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Sunday, May 31, 2009

ONE HUNDRED TENTH DAY

[Mr. Speaker, Mr. Thompson, in the Chair]



The House of Delegates met at 4:00 p.m., and was called to order by the Honorable Richard Thompson, Speaker.
Prayer was offered and the House was led in recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Clerk proceeded to read the Journal of Saturday, May 30, 2009, being the first order of business, when the further reading thereof was dispensed with and the same approved.
Committee Reports

Chairman White, from the Committee of Conference on matters of disagreement between the two houses, as to
Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010, Budget bill, making appropriations of public money out of the Treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article VI of the Constitution.
Submitted the following report, which was received:
Your committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two houses as to the amendment of the Senate to Engrossed Com. Sub. for House Bill No. 2010 having met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective houses as follows:
That both houses recede from their respective positions as to the amendment of the Senate, striking out everything after the enacting clause, and agree to the same as follows:
TITLE I - GENERAL PROVISIONS.

Section 1. General policy. - The purpose of this bill is to appropriate money necessary for the economical and efficient discharge of the duties and responsibilities of the state and its agencies during the fiscal year two thousand ten.
Sec. 2. Definitions. - For the purpose of this bill:
"Governor" shall mean the Governor of the State of West Virginia.
"Code" shall mean the Code of West Virginia, one thousand nine hundred thirty-one, as amended.
"Spending unit" shall mean the department, bureau, division, office, board, commission, agency or institution to which an appropriation is made.
The "fiscal year two thousand ten" shall mean the period from July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010.
"General revenue fund" shall mean the general operating fund of the state and includes all moneys received or collected by the state except as provided in section two, article two, chapter twelve of the code or as otherwise provided.
"Special revenue funds" shall mean specific revenue sources which by legislative enactments are not required to be accounted for as general revenue, including federal funds.
"From collections" shall mean that part of the total appropriation which must be collected by the spending unit to be available for expenditure. If the authorized amount of collections is not collected, the total appropriation for the spending unit shall be reduced automatically by the amount of the deficiency in the collections. If the amount collected exceeds the amount designated "from collections," the excess shall be set aside in a special surplus fund and may be expended for the purpose of the spending unit as provided by article two, chapter eleven-b of the code.
Sec. 3. Classification of appropriations. - An appropriation for:
"Personal services" shall mean salaries, wages and other compensation paid to full-time, part- time and temporary employees of the spending unit but shall not include fees or contractual payments paid to consultants or to independent contractors engaged by the spending unit.
Unless otherwise specified, appropriations for "personal services" shall include salaries of heads of spending units.
"Annual increment" shall mean funds appropriated for "eligible employees" and shall be disbursed only in accordance with article five, chapter five of the code.
Funds appropriated for "annual increment" shall be transferred to "personal services" or other designated items only as required.
"Employee benefits" shall mean social security matching, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, pension and retirement contributions, public employees insurance matching, personnel fees or any other benefit normally paid by the employer as a direct cost of employment. Should the appropriation be insufficient to cover such costs, the remainder of such cost shall be transferred by each spending unit from its "personal services" line item or its "unclassified" line item or other appropriate line item to its "employee benefits" line item. If there is no appropriation for "employee benefits," such costs shall be paid by each spending unit from its "personal services" line item, its "unclassified" line item or other appropriate line item. Each spending unit is hereby authorized and required to make such payments in accordance with the provisions of article two, chapter eleven-b of the code.
Each spending unit shall be responsible for all contributions, payments or other costs related to coverage and claims of its employees for unemployment compensation. Such expenditures shall be considered an employee benefit.
"BRIM Premiums" shall mean the amount charged as consideration for insurance protection and includes the present value of projected losses and administrative expenses. Premiums are assessed for coverages, as defined in the applicable policies, for claims arising from, inter alia, general liability, wrongful acts, property, professional liability and automobile exposures.
Should the appropriation for "BRIM Premiums" be insufficient to cover such cost, the remainder of such costs shall be transferred by each spending unit from its "personal services" line item, its "employee benefit" line item, its "unclassified" line item or any other appropriate line item to "BRIM Premiums" for payment to the Board of Risk and Insurance Management. Each spending unit is hereby authorized and required to make such payments.
"Current expenses" shall mean operating costs other than personal services and shall not include equipment, repairs and alterations, buildings or lands.
Each spending unit shall be responsible for and charged monthly for all postage meter service and shall reimburse the appropriate revolving fund monthly for all such amounts. Such expenditures shall be considered a current expense.
"Equipment" shall mean equipment items which have an appreciable and calculable period of usefulness in excess of one year.
"Repairs and alterations" shall mean routine maintenance and repairs to structures and minor improvements to property which do not increase the capital assets.
"Buildings" shall include new construction and major alteration of existing structures and the improvement of lands and shall include shelter, support, storage, protection or the improvement of a natural condition.
"Lands" shall mean the purchase of real property or interest in real property.
"Capital outlay" shall mean and include buildings, lands or buildings and lands, with such category or item of appropriation to remain in effect as provided by section twelve, article three, chapter twelve of the code.
From appropriations made to the spending units of state government, upon approval of the governor there may be transferred to a special account an amount sufficient to match federal funds under any federal act.
Appropriations classified in any of the above categories shall be expended only for the purposes as defined above and only for the spending units herein designated: Provided, That the secretary of each department shall have the authority to transfer within the department those general revenue funds appropriated to the various agencies of the department: Provided, however, That no more than five percent of the general revenue funds appropriated to any one agency or board may be transferred to other agencies or boards within the department: and no funds may be transferred to a "personal services" line unless the source funds are also wholly from a "personal services" line, or unless the source funds are from another activity that has exclusively funded employment expenses (any of object codes 001 through 016, 160 and 163) for at least twelve consecutive months prior to the time of transfer and the position(s) supported by the transferred funds are also permanently transferred to the receiving agency or board within the department: Provided further, That the secretary of each department and the director, commissioner, executive secretary, superintendent, chairman or any other agency head not governed by a departmental secretary as established by chapter five-f of the code shall have the authority to transfer funds appropriated to "personal services" and "employee benefits" to other lines within the same account and no funds from other lines shall be transferred to the "personal services" line: And provided further, That the secretary of each department and the director, commissioner, executive secretary, superintendent, chairman or any other agency head not governed by a departmental secretary as established by chapter five-f of the code shall have the authority to transfer general revenue funds appropriated to "annual increment" to other general revenue accounts within the same department, bureau or commission for the purpose of providing an annual increment in accordance with article five, chapter five of the code: And provided further, That no authority exists hereunder to transfer funds into line- items to which no funds are legislatively appropriated: And provided further, That if the Legislature by subsequent enactment consolidates agencies, boards or functions, the secretary or other appropriate agency head may transfer the funds formerly appropriated to such agency, board or function in order to implement such consolidation. No funds may be transferred from a Special Revenue Account, dedicated account, capital expenditure account or any other account or fund specifically exempted by the Legislature from transfer, except that the use of the appropriations from the State Road Fund for the office of the Secretary of the Department of Transportation is not a use other than the purpose for which such funds were dedicated and is permitted.
Appropriations otherwise classified shall be expended only where the distribution of expenditures for different purposes cannot well be determined in advance or it is necessary or desirable to permit the spending unit the freedom to spend an appropriation for more than one of the above classifications.
Sec. 4. Method of expenditure. - Money appropriated by this bill, unless otherwise specifically directed, shall be appropriated and expended according to the provisions of article three, chapter twelve of the code or according to any law detailing a procedure specifically limiting that article.
Sec. 5. Maximum expenditures. - No authority or requirement of law shall be interpreted as requiring or permitting an expenditure in excess of the appropriations set out in this bill.
TITLE II - APPROPRIATIONS.

ORDER OF SECTIONS

SECTION 1.
Appropriations from general revenue.

SECTION 2.
Appropriations from state road fund.

SECTION 3.
Appropriations from other funds.

SECTION 4.
Appropriations from lottery net profits.

SECTION 5.
Appropriations from state excess lottery revenue.

SECTION 6.
Appropriations of federal funds.

SECTION 7.
Appropriations from federal block grants.

SECTION 8.
Awards for claims against the state.

SECTION 9.
Special revenue appropriations.

SECTION 10.
State improvement fund appropriations.

SECTION 11.
Specific funds and collection accounts.

SECTION 12.
Appropriations for refunding erroneous payment.

SECTION 13.
Sinking fund deficiencies.

SECTION 14.
Appropriations for local governments.

SECTION 15.
Total appropriations.

SECTION 16.
General school fund.

Section 1. Appropriations from general revenue. - From the State Fund, General Revenue, there are hereby appropriated conditionally upon the fulfillment of the provisions set forth in article two, chapter eleven-b of the code the following amounts, as itemized, for expenditure during the fiscal year two thousand ten.
LEGISLATIVE

  1. -Senate

Fund 0165 FY 2010 Org 2100

General
Revenue
ActivityFund

Compensation of Members (R)003$
1,010,000

Compensation and Per Diem of Officers
and Employees (R)005
3,003,210

Employee Benefits (R)010
597,712

Current Expenses and Contingent Fund (R)021
561,392

Repairs and Alterations (R)064
450,000

Computer Supplies (R)101
40,000

Computer Systems (R)102
250,000

Printing Blue Book (R)103
150,000

Expenses of Members (R)
399
700,000

BRIM Premium (R)
913
29,482

Total$
6,791,796

The appropriations for the senate for the fiscal year 2009 are to remain in full force and effect and are hereby reappropriated to June 30, 2010. Any balances so reappropriated may be transferred and credited to the fiscal year 2010 accounts.
Upon the written request of the Clerk of the Senate, the auditor shall transfer amounts between items of the total appropriation in order to protect or increase the efficiency of the service.
The Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the president, is authorized to draw his or her requisitions upon the auditor, payable out of the Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the senate, for any bills for supplies and services that may have been incurred by the senate and not included in the appropriation bill, for supplies and services incurred in preparation for the opening, the conduct of the business and after adjournment of any regular or extraordinary session, and for the necessary operation of the senate offices, the requisitions for which are to be accompanied by bills to be filed with the auditor.
The Clerk of the Senate, with the written approval of the president, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such staff personnel during any session of the Legislature as shall be needed in addition to staff personnel authorized by the senate resolution adopted during any such session. The Clerk of the Senate, with the written approval of the president, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such staff personnel between sessions of the Legislature as shall be needed, the compensation of all staff personnel during and between sessions of the Legislature, notwithstanding any such senate resolution, to be fixed by the President of the Senate. The clerk is hereby authorized to draw his or her requisitions upon the auditor for the payment of all such staff personnel for such services, payable out of the appropriation for Compensation and Per Diem of Officers and Employees or Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the senate.
For duties imposed by law and by the senate, the Clerk of the Senate shall be paid a monthly salary as provided by the senate resolution, unless increased between sessions under the authority of the president, payable out of the appropriation for Compensation and Per Diem of Officers and Employees or Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the senate.
The distribution of the blue book shall be by the office of the Clerk of the Senate and shall include seventy-five copies for each member of the Legislature and two copies for each classified and approved high school and junior high or middle school and one copy for each elementary school within the state.
  1. -House of Delegates

Fund 0170 FY 2010 Org 2200

Compensation of Members (R)003$
3,000,000

Compensation and Per Diem of Officers
and Employees (R)005
700,000

Current Expenses and Contingent Fund (R)021
4,448,980

Expenses of Members (R)399
1,700,000

BRIM Premium (R)913
50,000

Total$
9,898,980

The appropriations for the house of delegates for the fiscal year 2009 are to remain in full force and effect and are hereby reappropriated to June 30, 2010. Any balances so reappropriated may be transferred and credited to the fiscal year 2010 accounts.
Upon the written request of the Clerk of the House of Delegates, the auditor shall transfer amounts between items of the total appropriation in order to protect or increase the efficiency of the service.
The Clerk of the House of Delegates, with the approval of the speaker, is authorized to draw his or her requisitions upon the auditor, payable out of the Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the house of delegates, for any bills for supplies and services that may have been incurred by the house of delegates and not included in the appropriation bill, for bills for services and supplies incurred in preparation for the opening of the session and after adjournment, and for the necessary operation of the house of delegates' offices, the requisitions for which are to be accompanied by bills to be filed with the auditor.
The Speaker of the House of Delegates, upon approval of the house committee on rules, shall have authority to employ such staff personnel during and between sessions of the Legislature as shall be needed, in addition to personnel designated in the house resolution, and the compensation of all personnel shall be as fixed in such house resolution for the session, or fixed by the speaker, with the approval of the house committee on rules, during and between sessions of the Legislature, notwithstanding such house resolution. The Clerk of the House of Delegates is hereby authorized to draw requisitions upon the auditor for such services, payable out of the appropriation for the Compensation and Per Diem of Officers and Employees or Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the house of delegates.
For duties imposed by law and by the house of delegates, including salary allowed by law as keeper of the rolls, the Clerk of the House of Delegates shall be paid a monthly salary as provided in the house resolution, unless increased between sessions under the authority of the speaker, with the approval of the house committee on rules, and payable out of the appropriation for Compensation and Per Diem of Officers and Employees or Current Expenses and Contingent Fund of the house of delegates.
  1. -Joint Expenses

(WV Code Chapter 4)

Fund 0175 FY 2010 Org 2300

Joint Committee on
Government and Finance (R)
104$
7,113,700

Legislative Printing (R)105
800,000

Legislative Rule-Making
Review Committee (R)
106
155,000

Legislative Computer System (R)107
950,000

Joint Standing Committee
on Education (R)
108
88,000

Tax Reduction and Federal Funding
Increased Compliance(TRAFFIC)(R)
642
0

BRIM Premium (R)
913
22,000

Total$
9,128,700

The appropriations for the joint expenses for the fiscal year 2009 are to remain in full force and effect and are hereby reappropriated to June 30, 2010. Any balances so reappropriated may be transferred and credited to the fiscal year 2010 accounts.
Upon the written request of the Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, and the Clerk of the House of Delegates, with the approval of the Speaker of the House of Delegates, and a copy to the Legislative Auditor, the auditor shall transfer amounts between items of the total appropriation in order to protect or increase the efficiency of the service.
The appropriation for the Tax Reduction and Federal Funding Increased Compliance (TRAFFIC) (fund 0175, activity 642) is intended for possible general state tax reductions or the offsetting of any reductions in federal funding for state programs.
JUDICIAL

  1. -Supreme Court -

General Judicial

Fund 0180 FY 2010 Org 2400

Personal Services (R)
001
$66,799,069

Annual Increment (R)004
870,250

Employee Benefits (R)
010
20,963,317

Childrens' Protection Act (R)
090
2,583,038

Unclassified (R)
099
22,419,979

Judges' Retirement System (R)110
2,879,000

Retirement Systems -
Unfunded Liability (R)
775
1,075,000

BRIM Premium (R)913
374,015

Total
$117,963,668

The appropriations to the supreme court of appeals for the fiscal years 2008 and 2009 are to remain in full force and effect and are hereby reappropriated to June 30, 2010. Any balances so reappropriated may be transferred and credited to the fiscal year 2010 accounts.
This appropriation shall be administered by the Administrative Director of the Supreme Court of Appeals, who shall draw requisitions for warrants in payment in the form of payrolls, making deductions therefrom as required by law for taxes and other items.
The appropriations for the Judges' Retirement System (activity 110) and Retirement Systems - Unfunded Liability (activity 775) are to be transferred to the consolidated public retirement board, in accordance with the law relating thereto, upon requisition of the Administrative Director of the Supreme Court of Appeals.
EXECUTIVE

  1. -Governor's Office

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 0101 FY 2010 Org 0100

Personal Services001$2,406,443
Salary of Governor002
150,000

Annual Increment004
27,870

Employee Benefits010
694,004

Office of Economic Opportunity
034
131,057

Unclassified (R)099
1,267,777

GO HELP
116
523,424

National Governors' Association123
60,700

Southern States Energy Board
124
28,732

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Southern Governors' Association
314
25,000

Pharmaceutical Advocate
753
0

BRIM Premium
913
156,851

P20 Jobs Cabinet
954
40,000

Total$5,511,858
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0101, activity 099), JOBS Fund (fund 0101, activity 665), and Pharmaceutical Cost Management Council (fund 0101, activity 796) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Governor's Office -

Custodial Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 0102 FY 2010 Org 0100

Unclassified
099
623,816

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
623,816

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 0102, activity 096) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Funds are to be used for current general expenses, including compensation of employees, household maintenance, cost of official functions and additional household expenses occasioned by such official functions.
  1. -Governor's Office -

Civil Contingent Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 0105 FY 2010 Org 0100

Civil Contingent Fund - Total (R)
114
$0

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriation for Business and Economic Development Stimulus - Surplus (fund 0105, activity 084), Civil Contingent Fund - Total (fund 0105, activity 114), Civil Contingent Fund - Total - Surplus (fund 0105, activity 238), Civil Contingent Fund - Surplus (fund 0105, activity 263), Business and Economic Development Stimulus (fund 0105, activity 586), and Civil Contingent Fund (fund 0105, activity 614) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From this appropriation there may be expended, at the discretion of the Governor, an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars as West Virginia's contribution to the interstate oil compact commission.
The above appropriation is intended to provide contingency funding for accidental, unanticipated, emergency or unplanned events which may occur during the fiscal year and is not to be expended for the normal day-to-day operations of the governor's office.
  1. -Auditor's Office -

General Administration

(WV Code Chapter 12)

Fund 0116 FY 2010 Org 1200

Personal Services001$
2,264,450

Salary of Auditor002
95,000

Annual Increment004
47,686

Employee Benefits010
826,778

Unclassified (R) 099
545,454

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
15,428

Total$
3,794,796

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0116, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Treasurer's Office

(WV Code Chapter 12)


Fund 0126 FY 2010 Org 1300

Personal Services001$
1,984,224

Salary of Treasurer002
95,000

Annual Increment004
31,060

Employee Benefits010
639,741

Unclassified (R)099
808,794

Abandoned Property Program118
266,847

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Personal Finance Education Program
for 21st Century Skills
313
0

Tuition Trust Fund (R)692
157,965

BRIM Premium
913
30,809

Total
$
4,014,440

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0126, activity 099) and Tuition Trust Fund (fund 0126, activity 692) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Department of Agriculture

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 0131 FY 2010 Org 1400

Personal Services001$
4,073,184

Salary of Commissioner002
95,000

Annual Increment004
101,842

Employee Benefits010
1,645,539

Animal Identification Program039204,353
State Farm Museum
055
110,000

Unclassified (R)099
1,308,754

Gypsy Moth Program (R)119
1,531,105

Huntington Farmers Market
128
50,000

Black Fly Control (R)
137
756,343

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Donated Foods Program
363
50,000

Predator Control (R)470
260,000

Logan Farmers Market
501
43,689

Bee Research
691
76,429

Microbiology Program (R)785
163,000

Moorefield Agriculture Center (R)786
1,172,462

BRIM Premium
913
130,202

Threat Preparedness
942
77,881

WV Food Banks
969
100,000

Senior's Farmers' Market Nutrition
Coupon Program
970
65,035

Total
$
12,014,818

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0131, activity 099), Gypsy Moth Program (fund 0131, activity 119), Black Fly Control (fund 0131, activity 137), Predator Control (fund 0131, activity 470), Microbiology Program (fund 0131, activity 785), and Moorefield Agriculture Center (fund 0131, activity 786) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
A portion of the Unclassified appropriation may be transferred to a special revenue fund for the purpose of matching federal funds for marketing and development activities.
From the above appropriation for WV Food Banks (activity 969), the full appropriation shall be allocated to the Huntington Food Bank and the Mountaineer Food Bank in Braxton County.
  1. -West Virginia Conservation Agency


(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 0132 FY 2010 Org 1400

Personal Services001$
502,380

Annual Increment004
10,726

Employee Benefits010
210,554

Unclassified (R) 099
442,292

Soil Conservation Projects (R)120
10,662,863

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Marlinton Flood Wall (R)
757
1,500,000

BRIM Premium
913
12,969

Total$
13,341,784

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0132, activity 099), Soil Conservation Projects (fund 0132, activity 120), and Marlinton Flood Wall (fund 0132, activity 757) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Meat Inspection

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 0135 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified099$
691,433

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
691,433

Any part or all of this appropriation may be transferred to a special revenue fund for the purpose of matching federal funds for the above-named program.
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Agricultural Awards

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 0136 FY 2010 Org 1400

Programs & Awards for 4-H Clubs and FFA/FHA
577
$ 15,000

Commissioner's Awards and Programs737
43,650

Total
$58,650

  1. -Department of Agriculture -

West Virginia Agricultural Land Protection Authority

(WV Code Chapter 8A)

Fund 0607 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total
096
$
108,150

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for West Virginia Agricultural Land Protection Authority (fund 0607, activity 096) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Attorney General

(WV Code Chapters 5, 14, 46A and 47)


Fund 0150 FY 2010 Org 1500

Personal Services (R)001
$
2,458,451

Salary of Attorney General002
95,000

Annual Increment004
58,175

Employee Benefits (R)010
931,612

Unclassified (R)099
674,309

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Better Government Bureau 740
314,309

BRIM Premium
913
118,590

Total
$
4,650,446

Any unexpended balances remaining in the above appropriations for Personal Services (fund 0150, activity 001), Employee Benefits (fund 0150, activity 010), Unclassified (fund 0150, activity 099), and Agency Client Revolving Liquidity Pool (fund 0150, activity 362) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
When legal counsel or secretarial help is appointed by the attorney general for any state spending unit, this account shall be reimbursed from such spending units specifically appropriated account or from accounts appropriated by general language contained within this bill: Provided, That the spending unit shall reimburse at a rate and upon terms agreed to by the state spending unit and the attorney general: Provided, however, That if the spending unit and the attorney general are unable to agree on the amount and terms of the reimbursement, the spending unit and the attorney general shall submit their proposed reimbursement rates and terms to the Governor for final determination.
  1. -Secretary of State

(WV Code Chapters 3, 5 and 59)


Fund 0155 FY 2010 Org 1600

Personal Services001$
684,299

Salary of Secretary of State002
95,000

Annual Increment004
14,890

Employee Benefits010 268,484
Unclassified (R)099
246,127

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium913
15,393

Total
$
1,324,193

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0155, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Election Commission

(WV Code Chapter 3)


Fund 0160 FY 2010 Org 1601

Unclassified - Total096$
10,275

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

  1. -Department of Administration -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 0186 FY 2010 Org 0201

Personal Services
001$
484,703

Annual Increment
004
3,026

Employee Benefits
010
121,826

Unclassified
099
116,553

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Financial Advisor (R)
304
200,886

Lease Rental Payments
516
16,000,000

Design-Build Board
540
19,068

BRIM Premium
913
3,990

Total
$
16,950,052

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Financial Advisor (fund 0186, activity 304) and Debt Reduction (fund 0186, activity 635) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The appropriation for Lease Rental Payments shall be disbursed as provided by chapter thirty-one, article fifteen, section six-b of the code.
  1. -Consolidated Public Retirement Board

(WV Code Chapter 5)


Fund 0195 FY 2010 Org 0205

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Pension Merger Administrative Costs (fund 0195, activity 429) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The division of highways, division of motor vehicles, public service commission and other departments, bureaus, divisions, or commissions operating from special revenue funds and/or federal funds shall pay their proportionate share of the retirement costs for their respective divisions. When specific appropriations are not made, such payments may be made from the balances in the various special revenue funds in excess of specific appropriations.
  1. -Division of Finance

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 0203 FY 2010 Org 0209

Personal Services001$
82,411

Annual Increment004
1,101

Employee Benefits010
30,629

Unclassified099
120,435

GAAP Project (R)125
711,988

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
4,526

Total$
951,090

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for GAAP Project (fund 0203, activity 125) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of General Services

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 0230 FY 2010 Org 0211

Personal Services001$
1,475,957

Annual Increment004
27,742

Employee Benefits010
618,448

Unclassified099
735,223

Fire Service Fee
126
14,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Preservation and Maintenance of Statues
and Monuments on Capitol Grounds
371
68,000

BRIM Premium913
112,481

Total$
3,051,851

From the above appropriation for Preservation and Maintenance of Statues and Monuments on Capitol Grounds (activity 371), the Division shall consult the Culture and History and Capitol Building Commission in all aspects of planning, assessment, maintenance and restoration.
  1. -Division of Purchasing

(WV Code Chapter 5A)


Fund 0210 FY 2010 Org 0213

Personal Services001$
710,848

Annual Increment004
12,095

Employee Benefits010
258,005

Unclassified099
203,957

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
6,167

Total$
1,191,072

The division of highways shall reimburse the Unclassified appropriation (fund 2031, activity 099) within the division of purchasing for all actual expenses incurred pursuant to the provisions of section thirteen, article two-a, chapter seventeen of the code.
  1. -Commission on Uniform State Laws

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 0214 FY 2010 Org 0217

Unclassified - Total096$
49,000

To pay expenses for members of the commission on uniform state laws.
  1. -West Virginia Public Employees Grievance Board

(WV Code Chapter 6C)

Fund 0220 FY 2010 Org 0219

Personal Services001$
650,070

Annual Increment004
9,097

Employee Benefits010
180,098

Unclassified099
135,443

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
3,885

Total$
978,593

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0220, activity 097) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Ethics Commission

(WV Code Chapter 6B)

Fund 0223 FY 2010 Org 0220

Unclassified099$
691,098

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
2,788

Total$
693,886

  1. -Public Defender Services

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 0226 FY 2010 Org 0221

Personal Services001$
655,000

Annual Increment004
11,100

Employee Benefits010
227,896

Unclassified 099
435,622

Appointed Counsel Fees and
Public Defender Corporations (R)127
30,479,274

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
4,216

Total$
31,813,108

Any unexpended balance remaining in the above appropriation for Appointed Counsel Fees and Public Defender Corporations (fund 0226, activity 127) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Committee for the Purchase of

Commodities and Services from the Handicapped

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 0233 FY 2010 Org 0224

Unclassified - Total096$
5,055

  1. -West Virginia Prosecuting Attorneys Institute

(WV Code Chapter 7)

Fund 0557 FY 2010 Org 0228

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
$
0

Forensic Medical Examinations (R)683
144,808

Federal Funds/Grant Match (R)749
101,556

Total$246,364
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Forensic Medical Examinations (fund 0557, activity 683) and Federal Funds/Grant Match (fund 0557, activity 749) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Children's Health Insurance Agency

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 0588 FY 2010 Org 0230

Unclassified
099
$
10,972,709

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
10,972,709

  1. -Real Estate Division

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 0610 FY 2010 Org 0233

Unclassified
099
$
639,607

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
4,200

Total
$
643,807

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

  1. -Division of Tourism

(WV Code Chapter 5B)

Fund 0246 FY 2010 Org 0304

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Tourism - Special Projects (fund 0246, activity 859) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Forestry

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 0250 FY 2010 Org 0305

Personal Services001$2,550,907
Annual Increment00468,934
Employee Benefits0101,107,622
Unclassified
099
639,230

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
141,742

Total$
4,508,435

Out of the above appropriation a sum may be used to match federal funds for cooperative studies or other funds for similar purposes.
  1. -Geological and Economic Survey

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 0253 FY 2010 Org 0306

Personal Services001$1,278,901
Annual Increment00439,543
Employee Benefits010445,253
Unclassified099237,689
Mineral Mapping System (R)2071,575,140
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Geoscience Education Program
541
0

BRIM Premium
913
20,228

Total$
3,596,754

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Mineral Mapping System (fund 0253, activity 207) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above Unclassified appropriation includes funding to secure federal and other contracts and may be transferred to a special revolving fund (fund 3105, activity 099) for the purpose of providing advance funding for such contracts.
  1. -West Virginia Development Office

(WV Code Chapter 5B)


Fund 0256 FY 2010 Org 0307

Personal Services001$3,433,743
Annual Increment00484,249
Employee Benefits0101,181,040
ARC-WV Home of Your Own Alliance
048
38,400

Southern WV Career Center
071
472,080

Unclassified0991,757,758
Partnership Grants (R)
131
637,000

National Youth Science Camp
132
200,000

Local Economic Development
Partnerships (R)
1331,795,200

ARC Assessment
136
160,616

Mid-Atlantic Aerospace Complex (R)
231
169,712

Guaranteed Work Force Grant (R)
242
2,157,120

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Mingo County Surface Mine Project
296
120,000

Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced/
Flexible Manufacturing - Technology
Outreach and Programs for Environmental
and Advanced Technologies
367
499,008

Advantage Valley
389
71,328

Chemical Alliance Zone
390
36,768

WV High Tech Consortium
391
226,352

Regional Contracting Assistance Center
418
144,000

Highway Authorities
431
833,090

Charleston Farmers Market
476
96,000

International Offices (R)593663,018
Small Business Development (R)
703
262,260

WV Manufacturing Extension Partnership
731
138,240

Polymer Alliance
754
110,400

Regional Councils
784
422,400

Mainstreet Program
794
192,821

National Institute of Chemical Studies
805
67,680

Local Economic Development
Assistance (R)
819
8,327,000

I-79 Development Council
824
25,000

BRIM Premium
913
26,096

4-H Camp Improvements
941
0

Hatfield McCoy Recreational Trail
960
240,000

Hardwood Alliance Zone
992
40,896

Total$
24,629,275

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Tourism - Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0256, activity 075), Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0256, activity 097), Partnership Grants (fund 0256, activity 131), Local Economic Development Partnerships (fund 0256, activity 133), Mid-Atlantic Aerospace Complex (fund 0256, activity 231), Guaranteed Work Force Grant (fund 0256, activity 242), Local Economic Development Assistance - Surplus (fund 0256, activity 266), Industrial Park Assistance (fund 0256, activity 480), Leverage Technology and Small Business Development Program (fund 0256, activity 525), International Offices (fund 0256, activity 593), Small Business Development (fund 0256, activity 703), Local Economic Development Assistance (fund 0256, activity 819), Economic Development Assistance (fund 0256, activity 900), 4-H Camp Improvements (activity 941), and Mining Safety Technology (fund 0256, activity 945) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation to Local Economic Development Partnerships (activity 133) shall be used by the West Virginia development office for the award of funding assistance to county and regional economic development corporations or authorities participating in the certified development community program developed under the provisions of section fourteen, article two, chapter five-b of the code. The West Virginia development office shall award the funding assistance through a matching grant program, based upon a formula whereby funding assistance may not exceed $34,000 per county served by an economic development corporation or authority.
From the above appropriation for Highway Authorities (fund 0256, activity 431), $121,250 is for King Coal Highway Authority; $121,250 is for Coal Field Expressway Authority; $97,000 is for Coal Heritage Highway Authority; $97,000 is for Coal Heritage Area Authority; $48,500 is for Little Kanawha River Parkway; $87,300 is for Midland Trail Scenic Highway Association; $55,290 is for Shawnee Parkway Authority; $97,000 is for Corridor G Regional Development Authority; $60,000 is for Corridor H Authority; and $48,500 is for Route 2 I68 Highway Authority.

  1. -Division of Labor

(WV Code Chapters 21 and 47)


Fund 0260 FY 2010 Org 0308

Personal Services001$1,849,948
Annual Increment00434,586
Employee Benefits010741,610
Unclassified099
800,128

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
47,521

Total$3,473,793
  1. -Division of Natural Resources

(WV Code Chapter 20)


Fund 0265 FY 2010 Org 0310

Personal Services001$9,510,723
Annual Increment004327,177
Employee Benefits0104,136,440
Gypsy Moth Suppression Program -
Wildlife Management Areas0140
Unclassified09912,255
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Litter Control Conservation Officers564
162,756

Upper Mud River Flood Control654185,285
Law Enforcement806
2,962,106

BRIM Premium
913
308,815

Total$
17,605,557

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Land Purchase (fund 0265, activity 761) and Fish Hatchery Improvements (fund 0265, activity 825) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Any revenue derived from mineral extraction at any state park shall be deposited in a special revenue account of the division of natural resources, first for bond debt payment purposes and with any remainder to be for park operation and improvement purposes.
  1. -Division of Miners' Health,

Safety and Training

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 0277 FY 2010 Org 0314

Personal Services001$6,188,925
Annual Increment00483,914
Employee Benefits0102,258,803
Unclassified0992,247,736
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

WV Diesel Equipment Commission
712
38,132

BRIM Premium
913
68,134

Total$10,885,644
Included in the above appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0277, activity 099) is $500,000 for the third year of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Mine Rescue and Rapid Response Team.
  1. -Board of Coal Mine

Health and Safety

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 0280 FY 2010 Org 0319

Personal Services001$119,465
Annual Increment0041,020
Employee Benefits01032,363
Unclassified099
14,064

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer289
0

Total$166,912
  1. -Coal Mine Safety and Technical Review Committee

(WV Code Chapter 22)

Fund 0285 FY 2010 Org 0320

Unclassified
099
$33,515

Coal Forum
664
15,000

Mine Safety Technology Task Force
061
30,000

Total
$78,515

It is the intent of the Legislature that the Coal Forum (activity 664) is to expend funds from its appropriation on technical, environmental and coal education programs.
  1. -WORKFORCE WV

(WV Code Chapter 23)

Fund 0572 FY 2010 Org 0323

Unclassified - Total
096
$100,000

  1. -Department of Commerce -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 0606 FY 2010 Org 0327

Unclassified
099
$
459,047

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
459,047

  1. -Division of Energy

(WV Code Chapter 5H)

Fund 0612 FY 2010 Org 0328

Unclassified
099
$1,808,691

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
1,808,691

From the above appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0612, activity 099) $730,000 is for West Virginia University and $730,000 is for Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College for the Mine Training and Energy Technologies Academy.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

  1. -State Department of Education -

School Lunch Program

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0303 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$
247,203

Annual Increment004
5,073

Employee Benefits010
90,174

Unclassified099
2,187,765

Total$
2,530,215

  1. -State FFA-FHA Camp and

Conference Center

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0306 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$
625,015

Annual Increment00421,446
Employee Benefits010259,892
Unclassified099
129,288

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
21,694

Total$1,057,335
  1. -State Department of Education

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0313 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$
3,480,698

Annual Increment004
50,221

Employee Benefits010
1,101,024

Unclassified (R)099
3,400,000

34/1000 Waiver
139
237,751

Increased Enrollment
140
5,805,078

Safe Schools
143
2,482,124

Teacher Mentor (R)
158
842,034

National Teacher Certification (R)
161
400,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Technology Repair and Modernization
298
990,628

Tax Assessment Errors
353
0

HVAC Technicians355
493,853

READS
365
0

Early Retirement Notification Incentive
366
297,188

MATH Program
368
396,251

21st Century Fellows
507
297,188

Teacher Reimbursement
573
297,188

Hospitality Training
600
337,099

Low Student Enrollment Allowance
615
600,000

Hi-Y Youth in Government
616
98,000

High Acuity Special Needs
634
250,000

Foreign Student Education
636
95,122

State Teacher of the Year
640
43,828

Principals Mentorship
649
79,250

Allowance for Work Based Learning
744
0

Pilot Program of Structured In-School
Alternatives
826
100,000

21st Century Innovation Zones
876
500,000

Student Enrichment Program
879
0

21st Century Learners (R)
886
2,723,350

BRIM Premium
913
267,786

High Acuity Health Care Needs Program
920
990,628

School Nurse Funding
921
1,016,521

21st Century Assessment and Professional
Development931
4,457,825

Allowance for Extraordinary
Sustained Growth
943
298,752

WV Commission on Holocaust Education
935
15,000

Regional Education Service Agencies
972
4,200,000

Sparse Population Allocation
973
312,048

Educational Program Allowance
996
247,657

Total$
37,204,092

The above appropriation includes the state board of education and their executive office.
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0313, activity 099), Teacher Mentor (fund 0313, activity 158), National Teacher Certification (fund 0313, activity 161), High Acuity Special Needs (fund 0313, activity 634), 21st Century Learners (fund 0313, activity 886), and Educational Enhancements - Surplus (fund 0313, activity 927) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Sparse Population Allocation (activity 973), funding shall be provided in the same manner as in Fiscal Year 2009. It shall be available to those counties whose population falls at or below 2.5 students per square mile and which have more than 650 square miles for transportation purposes.
From the above appropriation for Educational Program Allowance (activity 996), $100,000 shall be expended for Webster County Board of Education for Hacker Valley and $150,000 for the Randolph County Board of Education for Pickens School.
From the above appropriation for Low Student Enrollment Allowance (activity 615), funds shall be allocated to county boards of education in accordance with the provisions of §18-9A-22 of the Code of West Virginia.
The above appropriation for Hospitality Training (activity 600), shall be allocated only to entities that have a plan approved for funding by the Department of Education, at the funding level determined by the State Superintendent of Schools. Plans shall be submitted to the State Superintendent of Schools to be considered for funding.
  1. -State Department of Education -

Aid for Exceptional Children

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0314 FY 2010 Org 0402

Special Education - Counties159$
7,271,757

Special Education - Institutions1603,694,082
Education of Juveniles Held in
Predispositional Juvenile
Detention Centers302
591,216

Education of Institutionalized
Juveniles and Adults (R)472
16,539,199

Total$28,096,254
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Education of Institutionalized Juveniles and Adults (fund 0314, activity 472) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriations, the superintendent shall have authority to expend funds for the costs of special education for those children residing in out-of-state placements.
  1. -State Department of Education -

State Aid to Schools

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0317 FY 2010 Org 0402

Other Current Expenses022$148,912,188
Advanced Placement
053
155,458

Professional Educators151841,429,198
Service Personnel152278,695,752
Fixed Charges153102,684,546
Transportation15471,357,448
Administration155
15,842,837

Improved Instructional Programs156
37,185,054

21st Century Strategic Technology
Learning Growth
936
4,184,906

Basic Foundation Allowances
1,500,447,387

Less Local Share
(373,447,774)

Total Basic State Aid
1,126,999,613

Public Employees' Insurance Matching012213,776,225
Teachers' Retirement System01952,149,000
School Building Authority453
23,308,825

Retirement Systems - Unfunded Liability
775300,850,000

Total
$
1,717,083,663

The above appropriation for the State Aid to Schools shall be supplemented with additional funding provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to maintain the public education state aid to schools funding formula for fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Board of Education -

Vocational Division

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0390 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$
1,042,746

Annual Increment004
22,869

Employee Benefits010
376,024

Unclassified099
1,198,660

Wood Products - Forestry Vocational
Program
146
58,289

Albert Yanni Vocational Program
147
148,594

Vocational Aid
148
17,377,688

Adult Basic Education149
3,906,702

Program Modernization
305
990,628

Technical & Secondary Program
Improvement Staff
330
300,076

GED Testing (R)339
580,857

Aquaculture Support
769
0

FFA Grant Awards
839
12,878

Pre-Engineering Academy Program
840
297,188

Total$
26,313,199

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for GED Testing (fund 0390, activity 339) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.

  1. -State Board of Education -

Division of Educational Performance Audits

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0573 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$
432,124

Annual Increment004
5,196

Employee Benefits010
115,979

Unclassified099
179,782

Total$
733,081

  1. -West Virginia Schools for the

Deaf and the Blind

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 0320 FY 2010 Org 0403

Personal Services001$8,057,712
Annual Increment004
8,366

Employee Benefits010
3,266,213

Unclassified099
1,607,491

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
62,500

BRIM Premium
913
59,087

Total$
13,061,369

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0320, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE ARTS

  1. -Department of Education and the Arts -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 0294 FY 2010 Org 0431

Unclassified (R)
099
$
897,933

Center for Professional Development (R)
115
2,937,267

National Youth Science Camp
132
0

WV Humanities Council
168
450,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Benedum Professional Development
Collaborative (R)
427
1,100,000

Governor's Honor Academy (R)
478
500,780

Energy Express
861
470,000

BRIM Premium
913
4,509

Special Olympic Games
966
25,000

Total$6,385,489
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0294, activity 099), Center for Professional Development (fund 0294 activity 115), Benedum Professional Development Collaborative (fund 0294, activity 427), and Governor's Honor Academy (fund 0294, activity 478) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Culture and History

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 0293 FY 2010 Org 0432

Personal Services001$2,626,190
Annual Increment00459,087
Employee Benefits010
1,106,721

Unclassified099
976,929

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Culture and History Programming732
292,945

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
100,000

Historical Highway Marker Program (R)
844
75,035

BRIM Premium
913
33,677

Total$
5,270,584

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0293, activity 097), Capital Outlay, Repairs and Equipment (fund 0293, activity 589), Capital Outlay, Repairs and Equipment - Surplus (fund 0293, activity 677), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0293, activity 755), Independence Hall (fund 0293, activity 812), and Historical Highway Marker Program (fund 0293, activity 844) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The Unclassified appropriation includes funding for the arts funds, department programming funds, grants, fairs and festivals and Camp Washington Carver and shall be expended only upon authorization of the division of culture and history and in accordance with the provisions of chapter five-a, article three, and chapter twelve of the code.
All federal moneys received as reimbursement to the division of culture and history for moneys expended from the general revenue fund for the arts fund and historical preservation are hereby reappropriated for the purposes as originally made, including personal services, current expenses and equipment.
From the above appropriation for Unclassified (activity 099), 15,000 shall be expended for the South Eastern Museums Conference and $100,000 shall be used for the Sesquicentennial Celebration.
  1. -Library Commission

(WV Code Chapter 10)

Fund 0296 FY 2010 Org 0433

Personal Services001$
991,852

Annual Increment00436,840
Employee Benefits010391,210
Unclassified099238,479
Services to Blind & Handicapped181184,140
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
15,177

Total$1,857,698
  1. -Educational Broadcasting Authority

(WV Code Chapter 10)

Fund 0300 FY 2010 Org 0439

Personal Services001$
3,195,396

Annual Increment00471,540
Employee Benefits0101,151,499
Unclassified (R)099910,942
Mountain Stage
249
300,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
50,000

BRIM Premium
913
41,929

Total$5,721,306
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0300, activity 097), Unclassified (fund 0300, activity 099) and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0300, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Board of Rehabilitation -

Division of Rehabilitation Services

(WV Code Chapter 18)

Fund 0310 FY 2010 Org 0932

Personal Services001$7,414,605
Annual Increment004166,317
Independent Living Services (R)
009
500,000

Employee Benefits0102,516,516
Unclassified
099
502,066

Workshop Development1631,816,149
Supported Employment Extended Services
206
119,032

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Ron Yost Personal Assistance Fund (R)407
400,000

Employment Attendant Care Program
598
229,000

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
100,000

BRIM Premium
913
67,033

Total$13,830,718
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Independent Living Services (fund 0310, activity 009), Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0310, activity 097), Ron Yost Personal Assistance Fund (fund 0310, activity 407), and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0310, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Workshop Development (activity 163), funds shall be used exclusively with the private non-profit community rehabilitation program organizations known as work centers or sheltered workshops. The appropriation shall also be used to continue the support of the program, services, and individuals with disabilities currently in place at those 31 organizations.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

  1. -Environmental Quality Board

(WV Code Chapter 20)


Fund 0270 FY 2010 Org 0311

Personal Services001$73,982
Annual Increment004390
Employee Benefits01018,068
Unclassified
099
49,235

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
684

Total$142,359
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection

(WV Code Chapter 22)

Fund 0273 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services
001
$3,443,518

Annual Increment
004
70,049

Employee Benefits
010
1,225,635

Water Resources Protection
and Management
068
570,254

Unclassified
099
1,024,751

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Dam Safety
607
208,470

West Virginia Stream Partners Program
637
77,396

WV Contribution to River Commissions
776
148,485

Office of Water Resources
Non-Enforcement Activity
855
1,175,370

BRIM Premium
913
56,802

Welch DEP Office Continuing Operation 9930
Total
$8,000,730

A portion of the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0273, activity 099) and Dam Safety (fund 0273, activity 607) may be transferred to the special revenue fund Dam Safety Rehabilitation Revolving Fund (fund 3025) for the state deficient dams rehabilitation assistance program.
  1. -Air Quality Board

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 0550 FY 2010 Org 0325

Unclassified
099
$97,393

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
2,013

Total
$99,406

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. -Department of Health and Human Resources -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 0400 FY 2010 Org 0501

Unclassified099$
207,091

Women's Commission (R)
191
182,911

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Commission for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing
704
255,440

Total
$
645,442

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for the Women's Commission (fund 0400, activity 191) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Health -

Central Office

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 0407 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$7,860,865
Annual Increment004207,144
Employee Benefits0103,196,271
Chief Medical Examiner
045
4,644,302

Unclassified0995,193,262
State Aid for Local and
Basic Public Health Services18416,642,949

Safe Drinking Water Program187516,556
Women, Infants and Children
210
65,022

Basic Public Health Services Support
212
0

Early Intervention
223
3,307,043

Cancer Registry
225
209,440

ABCA Tobacco Retailer Education
Program - Transfer
239
200,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

CARDIAC Project
375
500,000

State EMS Technical Assistance
379
1,440,062

EMS Program for Children
381
51,131

Statewide EMS Program Support (R)
383
967,216

Primary Care Centers - Mortgage Finance
413
786,918

Black Lung Clinics
467
198,646

Center for End of Life
545
250,000

Women's Right to Know
546
40,000

Pediatric Dental Services
550
150,921

Vaccine for Children
551
441,804

Adult Influenza Vaccine
552
65,000

Tuberculosis Control
553
257,274

Maternal & Child Health Clinics,
Clinicians and Medical Contracts
& Fees (R)
5758,842,075

Epidemiology Support6261,733,837
Primary Care Support6288,849,423
State Aid to Local Health Departments7020
Health Right Free Clinics7274,249,336
Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
625,000

Healthy Lifestyles (R)
778
168,000

Emergency Response Entities -
Special Projects (R)
822
784,000

Assistance to Primary Health Care
Centers Community Health
Foundation (R)
845
650,000

Osteoporosis and Arthritis Prevention
849
256,507

Diabetes Education and Prevention
35,000

Tobacco Education Program (R)
906
5,687,358

BRIM Premium
913
211,214

State Trauma and Emergency Care System
918
1,813,822

Total$
81,097,398

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Statewide EMS Program Support (fund 0407, activity 383), Maternal and Child Health Clinics, Clinicians and Medical Contracts and Fees (fund 0407, activity 575), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0407, activity 755), Healthy Lifestyles (fund 0407, activity 778), Emergency Response Entities - Special Projects (fund 0407, activity 822), Assistance to Primary Health Care Centers Community Health Foundation (fund 0407, activity 845) and Tobacco Education Program (fund 0407, activity 906) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Unclassified (activity 099), an amount not less than $100,000 is for the West Virginia Cancer Coalition; $50,000 shall be expended for the West Virginia Aids Coalition; $100,000 is for Adolescent Immunization Education; and $50,000 is for Hospital Hospitality House of Huntington.
From the above appropriation for Maternal and Child Health Clinics,
Clinicians and Medical Contracts and Fees (fund 0407, activity 575) $250,000 is for the West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Women's Health; and $400,000 shall be transferred to the Breast and Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Treatment Fund.
From the above appropriation for ABCA Tobacco Retailer Education Program - Transfer (activity 239), $200,000 shall be transferred to the Alcohol Beverage Control Administration (fund 7352, org 0708) for expenditure.
Included in the above appropriation for Primary Care Centers - Mortgage Finance is $50,000 for the mortgage payment for the Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.; $53,140 for the mortgage payment for the Monroe Health Center; $42,564 for the mortgage payment for Roane County Family Health Care, Inc.; $30,000 for the mortgage payment for the Tug River Health Association, Inc.; $48,000 for the mortgage payment for the Primary Care Systems (Clay); $20,000 for the mortgage payment for the Belington Clinic; $30,000 for the mortgage payment for the Tri-County Health Clinic; $15,000 for the mortgage payment for Valley Health Care (Randolph); $58,560 for the mortgage payment for Valley Health Systems, Inc. (Woman's Place and Harts Health Clinic); $8,000 for the mortgage payment for Northern Greenbrier Health Clinic; $12,696 for the mortgage payment for the Women's Care, Inc. (Putnam); $25,000 for the mortgage payment for the Preston-Taylor Community Health Centers, Inc.; $20,000 for the mortgage payment for the North Fork Clinic (Pendleton); $40,000 for the mortgage payment for the Pendleton Community Care; $38,400 for the mortgage payment for Clay-Battelle Community Health Center; $33,600 for the mortgage payment for Mountaineer Health Clinic in Paw Paw; $13,000 for the mortgage payment for the St. George Medical Clinic; $28,000 for the mortgage payment for the Bluestone Health Center; $45,000 for the mortgage payment for Wheeling Health Right; $48,000 for the mortgage payment for the Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center, Inc.; $54,000 for the mortgage payment for the Shenandoah Valley Medical Systems, Inc.; $45,000 for the mortgage payment for the Change, Inc.; and $28,958 for the mortgage payment for the Wirt County Health Services Association.

  1. -Consolidated Medical Service Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 0525 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$667,097
Annual Increment00414,869
Employee Benefits010269,993
Unclassified
099
6,663

Special Olympics208
26,074

Behavioral Health Program -
Unclassified (R)
21956,979,562

Family Support Act
221
1,093,923

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Institutional Facilities Operations (R)33584,564,779
Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
1,000,000

Colin Anderson Community Placement (R)
803
1,164,000

Renaissance Program
804
194,000

BRIM Premium
913
1,088,070

Total$
147,069,030

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Behavioral Health Program - Unclassified (fund 0525, activity 219), Institutional Facilities Operations (fund 0525, activity 335), Capital Outlay (fund 0525, activity 511), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0525, activity 755), and Colin Anderson Community Placement (fund 0525, activity 803) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The secretary shall, within fifteen days after the close of the six-month period of said fiscal year, file with the legislative auditor and the department of revenue an itemized report of expenditures made during the preceding six-month period.
Included in the above appropriation for Behavioral Health Program - Unclassified (fund 0525, activity 219) is $100,000 for the Four Angels Substance Abuse Treatment Project development.
From the above appropriation to Institutional Facilities Operations, together with available funds from the division of health - hospital services revenue account (fund 5156, activity 335), on July 1, 2009, the sum of $160,000 shall be transferred to the department of agriculture - land division as advance payment for the purchase of food products; actual payments for such purchases shall not be required until such credits have been completely expended.
Additional funds have been appropriated in fund 5156, fiscal year 2010, organization 0506, for the operation of the institutional facilities. The secretary of the department of health and human resources is authorized to utilize up to ten percent of the funds from the Institutional Facilities Operations line item to facilitate cost effective and cost saving services at the community level.
  1. -Division of Health -

West Virginia Drinking Water Treatment

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 0561 FY 2010 Org 0506

West Virginia Drinking Water Treatment
Revolving Fund - Transfer689$
700,000

The above appropriation for Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund - Transfer shall be transferred to the West Virginia Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund or appropriate bank depository and the Drinking Water Treatment Revolving - Administrative Expense Fund as provided by chapter sixteen of the code.
  1. -Human Rights Commission

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 0416 FY 2010 Org 0510

Personal Services001$735,925
Annual Increment00419,912
Employee Benefits010249,257
Unclassified099261,293
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
9,311

Total$
1,275,698

  1. -Division of Human Services

(WV Code Chapters 9, 48 and 49)

Fund 0403 FY 2010 Org 0511

Personal Services001$26,387,846
Annual Increment004771,638
Employee Benefits01011,018,122
Unclassified09918,016,131
Child Care Development1441,276,575
Medical Services Contracts and Office
of Managed Care1832,335,469
Medical Services (R)189267,315,568
Social Services19575,586,872
Family Preservation Program1961,565,000
Family Resource Networks (R)
274
1,905,367

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Domestic Violence Legal Services Fund384
400,000

James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic
Illness Fund455
693,724

MR/DD Waiver
466
80,353,483

Child Protective Services Case Workers 46817,358,849
Medical Services Trust Fund Transfer 5120
OSCAR and RAPIDS 515
3,539,120

WV Teaching Hospitals
Tertiary/Safety Net
547
6,356,000

Child Welfare System 6032,682,490
In-Home Family Education
688
1,250,000

WV Works Separate State Program
698
5,000,000

Child Support Enforcement705
6,929,116

Medicaid Auditing706604,108
Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families/Maintenance of Effort70722,969,096
Child Care Maintenance of
Effort Match7085,693,743
Child and Family Services
736
2,850,000

Grants for Licensed Domestic Violence
Programs and Statewide Prevention7502,500,000
Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
12,500

Medical Services Administrative Costs
789
16,675,238

Indigent Burials (R)851
1,700,000

BRIM Premium
913
834,187

Rural Hospitals Under 150 Beds
940
2,596,000

Children's Trust Fund - Transfer 951300,000
Total$
587,476,242

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Medical Services (fund 0403, activity 189), Family Resource Networks (fund 0403, activity 274), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0403, activity 755), and Indigent Burials (fund 0403, activity 851) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Fund (activity 455) shall be transferred to the James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Fund (fund 5454) as provided by chapter sixteen, article five-q, of the code.
The above appropriation for Domestic Violence Legal Services Fund (activity 384) shall be transferred to the Domestic Violence Legal Services Fund (fund 5455).
Notwithstanding the provisions of Title I, section three of this bill, the secretary of the department of health and human resources shall have the authority to transfer funds within the above account: Provided, That no more than five percent of the funds appropriated to one line item may be transferred to other line items: Provided, however, That no funds from other line items shall be transferred to the personal services line item.
From the above appropriation for Child Support Enforcement (fund 0403, activity 705) an amount not to exceed $300,000 may be transferred to a local banking depository to be utilized to offset funds determined to be uncollectible.
From the above appropriation for the Grants for Licensed Domestic Violence Programs and Statewide Prevention (activity 750), $500,000 shall be divided equally and distributed among the fourteen (14) licensed programs and the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WVCADV).
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Grants for Licensed Domestic Violence Programs and Statewide Prevention (activity 750), shall be distributed according to the formula established by the Family Protection Services Board.
The secretary shall have authority to expend funds for the educational costs of those children residing in out-of-state placements, excluding the costs of special education programs.
The above appropriation for Children's Trust Fund - Transfer (activity 951) shall be transferred to the Children's Fund (fund 5469, org 0511).
From the WV Works Separate State Program (activity 698), $1,700,000 shall be transferred to the WV WORKS Separate State College Program Fund, and $3,300,000 shall be transferred to the WV WORKS Separate State Two Parent Families Program Fund.
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS

AND PUBLIC SAFETY

  1. -Department of Military Affairs and

Public Safety -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 0430 FY 2010 Org 0601

Unclassified (R)
099
$728,246

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Fusion Center
469
488,759

BRIM Premium
913
9,404

WV Fire and EMS Survivor Benefit
939
200,000

Homeland State Security Administrative
Agency (R)
953
583,059

Total
$
2,009,468

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0430, activity 099), Capital Outlay (fund 0430, activity 511), Interoperable Communications System - Surplus (fund 0430, activity 771) and Homeland State Security Administrative Agency (fund 0430, activity 953), at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Adjutant General -

State Militia

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 0433 FY 2010 Org 0603

Personal Services001$0
Annual Increment0040
Employee Benefits0100
Unclassified (R)099
17,521,218

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy
709
1,500,000

BRIM Premium913
0

Total$
19,021,218

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0433, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation an amount approved by the adjutant general and the secretary of military affairs and public safety may be transferred to the State Armory Board for operation and maintenance of National Guard Armories.
  1. -Adjutant General -

Military Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 0605 FY 2010 Org 0603

Unclassified - Total096$200,000
  1. -West Virginia Parole Board

(WV Code Chapter 62)

Fund 0440 FY 2010 Org 0605

Personal Services001$191,650
Annual Increment004
2,307

Employee Benefits010232,693
Unclassified099209,172
Salaries of Members of West Virginia
Parole Board227
455,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
4,712

Total$
1,095,534

  1. -Division of Homeland Security and

Emergency Management

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 0443 FY 2010 Org 0606

Personal Services001$409,963
Annual Increment0048,060
Employee Benefits010169,311
Unclassified (R)
099
336,750

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Radiological Emergency Preparedness
554
30,000

Federal Funds/Grant Match (R)
749
679,089

Mine and Industrial Accident Rapid
Response Call Center
781
564,360

Early Warning Flood System (R)877
525,897

BRIM Premium
913
20,336

WVU Charleston Poison Control Hotline
944
596,100

Disaster Mitigation
952
50,000

Total$
3,389,866

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0443, activity 099), Federal Funds/Grant Match (fund 0443, activity 749), and Early Warning Flood System (fund 0443, activity 877) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.

  1. -Division of Corrections -

Central Office

(WV Code Chapters 25, 28, 49 and 62)

Fund 0446 FY 2010 Org 0608

Personal Services001$423,953
Annual Increment0047,235
Employee Benefits010135,989
Unclassified099
103,470

Total$
670,647

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Management Information System (fund 0446, activity 398) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Corrections -

Correctional Units

(WV Code Chapters 25, 28, 49 and 62)

Fund 0450 FY 2010 Org 0608

Employee Benefits
010
$
363,744

Childrens Protection Act (R)
090
929,068

Unclassified
099
1,120,067

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Charleston Work Release
456
1,360,388

Beckley Correctional Center
490
1,043,117

Huntington Work Release
495
938,740

Anthony Center
504
4,822,085

Huttonsville Correctional Center
514
20,722,846

Northern Correctional Facility
534
7,102,936

Inmate Medical Expenses (R)
535
24,226,064

Pruntytown Correctional Center
543
7,265,811

Payments to Federal, County and/or
Regional Jails (R)
555
20,000,000

Corrections Academy
569
1,326,521

Martinsburg Correctional Center
663
3,480,257

Parole Services
686
2,553,391

Special Services
687
3,271,051

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
1,000,000

McDowell County Correctional Center
790
1,949,983

Stephens Correctional Facility
791
6,474,500

St. Mary's Correctional Facility
881
13,022,560

Denmar Correctional Facility
882
4,455,189

Ohio County Correctional Facility
883
1,670,038

Mt. Olive Correctional Facility
888
20,289,903

Lakin Correctional Facility
896
8,536,736

BRIM Premium913
829,190

Total$
158,754,185

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Children's Protection Act (fund 0450, activity 090), Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0450, activity 097), Inmate Medical Expenses (fund 0450, activity 535), Payments to Federal, County and/or Regional Jails (fund 0450, activity 555), and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0450, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The commissioner of corrections shall have the authority to transfer between line items appropriated to the individual correctional units above and may transfer funds from the individual units to Payments to Federal, County and/or Regional Jails (fund 0450, activity 555) or Inmate Medical Expenses (fund 0450, activity 535).
From the above appropriation to Unclassified, on July 1, 2009, the sum of $300,000 shall be transferred to the department of agriculture - land division as advance payment for the purchase of food products; actual payments for such purchases shall not be required until such credits have been completely expended.
  1. -West Virginia State Police

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 0453 FY 2010 Org 0612

Personal Services001$42,790,885
Annual Increment004249,120
Employee Benefits0108,553,337
Childrens Protection Act
090
827,312

Unclassified0998,801,916
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Vehicle Purchase451600,000
Barracks Lease Payments
556
246,478

Communications and
Other Equipment (R)5581,013,285
Trooper Retirement Fund6054,764,396
Handgun Administration Expense74779,698
Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
250,000

Retirement Systems - Unfunded Liability
775
9,876,000

Automated Fingerprint
Identification System
898
647,084

BRIM Premium913
5,418,504

Total$
84,118,015

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Communications and Other Equipment (fund 0453, activity 558), and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0453, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Personal Services, an amount not less than $25,000 shall be expended to offset the costs associated with providing police services for the West Virginia State Fair.
  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs

(WV Code Chapter 9A)

Fund 0456 FY 2010 Org 0613

Personal Services001$1,243,974
Annual Increment00443,710
Employee Benefits010524,725
Unclassified099268,823
Veterans' Field Offices
228
177,140

Veterans' Nursing Home
286
6,583,435

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Veterans' Toll Free Assistance Line
328
5,105

Veterans' Reeducation Assistance (R)
329
211,604

Veterans' Grant Program (R)
342
150,000

Veterans' Grave Markers
473
15,750

Veterans' Transportation
485
625,000

Memorial Day Patriotic Exercise
697
20,000

Educational Opportunities for
Children of Deceased Veterans (R)
854
50,000

BRIM Premium
913
23,860

Total$
9,943,126

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Veterans' Reeducation Assistance (fund 0456, activity 329), Veterans' Grant Program (fund 0456, activity 342), Women's Veterans' Monument (fund 0456, activity 385), Veterans' Bonus (fund 0456, activity 483), and Educational Opportunities for Children of Deceased Veterans (fund 0456, activity 854) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for Veterans' Nursing Home (fund 0456, activity 286) may be transferred to the Veterans Facilities Support Fund (fund 6703, org 0613) at the discretion of the director of the Division of Veterans' Affairs.
  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs -

Veterans' Home

(WV Code Chapter 9A)

Fund 0460 FY 2010 Org 0618

Personal Services001$
745,991

Annual Increment00427,644
Employee Benefits010354,353
Unclassified099
29,859

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total$
1,157,847

  1. -Fire Commission

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 0436 FY 2010 Org 0619

Unclassified
099
$
85,427

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
85,427


  1. -Division of Criminal Justice Services

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 0546 FY 2010 Org 0620

Personal Services001$309,419
Annual Increment0044,525
Employee Benefits010109,047
Unclassified099103,565
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Child Advocacy Centers (R)
458
1,000,606

Community Corrections (R)
561
3,500,000

Statistical Analysis Program597
51,823

Grants Program
694
250,000

BRIM Premium
913
1,660

Total$
5,330,645

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Community Corrections (fund 0546, activity 561), and Child Advocacy Centers (fund 0546, activity 458) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Child Advocacy Centers (fund 0546, activity 458), the division may retain an amount not to exceed five percent of the total appropriation for administrative purposes.
  1. -Division of Juvenile Services

(WV Code Chapter 49)

Fund 0570 FY 2010 Org 0621

Jones Building Treatment Center (R)
261
$
0

Statewide Reporting Centers (R)
262
3,028,129

Robert L. Shell Juvenile Center
267
2,080,735

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Central Office
701
2,373,936

Capital Outlay and Maintenance (R)
755
250,000

Gene Spadaro Juvenile Center
793
2,184,382

BRIM Premium
913
96,187

WV Industrial Home for Youth (R)
979
11,314,554

Davis Center (R)
980
5,583,323

Eastern Regional Juvenile Center
981
1,829,430

Northern Regional Juvenile Center
982
1,415,513

North Central Regional
Juvenile Center
983
1,950,250

Southern Regional Juvenile Center
984
2,004,841

Tiger Morton Center
985
2,154,081

Donald R. Kuhn Juvenile Center
986
4,241,233

J.M. "Chick" Buckbee
Juvenile Center
987
2,065,267

Total
$
42,571,861

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Jones Building Treatment Center (fund 0570, activity 261), Statewide Reporting Centers (fund 0570, activity 262), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0570, activity 755), WV Industrial Home for Youth (fund 0570, activity 979), and Davis Center (fund 0570, activity 980) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriations, on July 1, 2009, the sum of $50,000 shall be transferred to the department of agriculture - land division as advance payment for the purchase of food products; actual payments for such purchases shall not be required until such credits have been completely expended.
The director of juvenile services shall have the authority to transfer between line items appropriated to the individual juvenile centers above.
  1. -Division of Protective Services

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 0585 FY 2010 Org 0622

Personal Services
001
$
1,348,894

Annual Increment
004
38,090

Employee Benefits
010
599,124

Unclassified (R)
099
341,232

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium913
9,969

Total$
2,337,309

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Equipment (fund 0585, activity 070) and Unclassified (fund 0585, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

  1. -Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 11)

Fund 0465 FY 2010 Org 0701

Unclassified (R)
099
$
860,220

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
860,220

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified - Total (fund 0465, activity 096) and Unclassified (fund 0465, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Tax Division

(WV Code Chapter 11)


Fund 0470 FY 2010 Org 0702

Personal Services (R)001$13,270,094
Annual Increment004322,206
Employee Benefits (R)0104,968,482
Unclassified (R)09910,214,281
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

GIS Development Project (R)
562
150,000

Multi State Tax Commission
653
77,958

BRIM Premium913
14,420

Total$
29,017,441

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Personal Services (fund 0470, activity 001), Employee Benefits (fund 0470, activity 010), Tax Technology Upgrade (fund 0470, activity 094), Unclassified (fund 0470, activity 099), Integrated Tax Accounting System (fund 0470, activity 292), GIS Development Project (fund 0470, activity 562), and Remittance Processor (fund 0470, activity 570) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Budget Office

(WV Code Chapter 11B)

Fund 0595 FY 2010 Org 0703

Unclassified (R)
099
$
890,921

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Pay Equity Reserve
364
250,000

BRIM Premium
913
3,628

Total
$
1,144,549

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0595, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -West Virginia Office of Tax Appeals

(WV Code Chapter 11)


Fund 0593 FY 2010 Org 0709

Unclassified
099
$677,300

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$
677,300

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 0593, activity 096) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Professional and

Occupational Licenses -

State Athletic Commission

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 0523 FY 2010 Org 0933

Unclassified - Total
096
$89,935

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


  1. -State Rail Authority

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 0506 FY 2010 Org 0804

Unclassified
099
$2,514,902

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
186,413

Total
$2,701,315

From the above appropriation for Unclassified (activity 099), $30,000 shall be expended for improvements at the Duffield Station.
  1. -Division of Public Transit

(WV Code Chapter 17)


Fund 0510 FY 2010 Org 0805

Unclassified (R)
099
$1,757,022

Federal Funds/Grant Match(R)
749
1,175,620

Total
$2,932,642

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0510, activity 099), and Federal Funds/Grant Match (fund 0510, activity 749) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Public Port Authority

(WV Code Chapter 17)


Fund 0581 FY 2010 Org 0806

Unclassified (R)099$415,277
Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

BRIM Premium
913
2,764

Total
$
418,041

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0581, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Aeronautics Commission


(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 0582 FY 2010 Org 0807

Unclassified (R)
099
$1,274,557

Civil Air Patrol
234
163,258

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Total
$1,437,815

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 0582, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for Unclassified, the sum of $120,000 shall be distributed equally to each of the twelve local Civil Air Patrol Squadrons.
BUREAU OF SENIOR SERVICES


  1. -Bureau of Senior Services

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 0420 FY 2010 Org 0508

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Surplus (fund 0420, activity 284) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
HIGHER EDUCATION


  1. -West Virginia Council for

Community and Technical College Education -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapter 18B)

Fund 0596 FY 2010 Org 0420

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
$
0

New River Community and
Technical College
358
5,509,896

West Virginia Council for Community
and Technical Education (R)
392
874,357

Eastern West Virginia Community and
Technical College
412
2,002,722

West Virginia State Community and
Technical College
445
0

Kanawha Valley Community and Technical
College
445
3,927,576

Southern West Virginia Community and
Technical College
446
8,387,167

West Virginia Northern Community and
Technical College
447
7,472,803

West Virginia University -
Parkersburg
471
9,422,264

West Virginia University Institute
for Technology Community and
Technical College
486
0

Bridgemont Community and Technical
College
486
3,790,870

Marshall Community and
Technical College
487
5,735,796

Community College
Workforce Development (R)
878
967,707

Blue Ridge Community and
Technical College
885
2,871,671

College Transition Program (R)
887
333,500

West Virginia Advance Workforce
Development (R)
893
3,850,000

Technical Program Development (R)
894
2,402,500

Pierpont Community and Technical College
930
8,080,538

Total
$
65,629,367

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified - Surplus (fund 0596, activity 097), West Virginia Council for Community and Technical Education (fund 0596, activity 392), Community College Workforce Development (fund 0596, activity 878), College Transition Program (fund 0596, activity 887), West Virginia Advance Workforce Development (fund 0596, activity 893), and Technical Program Development (fund 0596, activity 894) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
From the above appropriation for the Community College Workforce Development (activity 878), $200,000 shall be expended on the Mine Training Program in Southern West Virginia.
The institutions operating with special revenue funds and/or federal funds shall pay their proportionate share of the Board of Risk and Insurance Management total insurance premium cost for their respective institutions.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

Administration -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapter 18B)

Fund 0589 FY 2010 Org 0441

Unclassified (R)
099
$
2,181,965

Higher Education Grant Program
164
31,092,532

WVNET
169
2,011,602

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

PROMISE Scholarship - Transfer
800
16,000,000

HEAPS Grant Program (R)
867
5,004,027

BRIM Premium
913
19,953

Total
$
56,310,079

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 0589, activity 099), VISTA E-Learning (fund 0589, activity 519), Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences - Rural Health Initiative Program and Site Support (fund 0589, activity 595), Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 0589, activity 755), and HEAPS Grant Program (fund 0589, activity 867) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for Higher Education Grant Program (activity 164) shall be transferred to the Higher Education Grant Fund (fund 4933, org 0441) established by chapter eighteen-c, article five, section three.
The above appropriation for PROMISE Scholarship - Transfer (activity 800) shall be transferred to the PROMISE Scholarship Fund (fund 4296, org 0441) established by chapter eighteen-c, article seven, section seven.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

System -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapter 18B)

Fund 0586 FY 2010 Org 0442

WVU School of Health Science -
Eastern Division
056
$
2,535,527

School of Osteopathic Medicine
172
7,244,063

Marshall Medical School
173
11,967,464

WVU-School of Health Sciences
174
16,620,863

WVU School of Health Sciences -
Charleston Division
175
2,543,185

Rural Health Outreach Programs
377
600,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

School of Osteopathic Medicine
BRIM Subsidy
403
168,841

Bluefield State College
408
6,174,504

Concord University
410
9,634,825

Fairmont State University
414
13,769,754

Glenville State College
428
6,268,810

Shepherd University
432
10,665,423

West Liberty University
439
8,854,062

West Virginia State University
441
10,391,801

Marshall University
448
49,406,129

Marshall University Medical School
BRIM Subsidy
449
982,670

West Virginia University
459
110,312,115

West Virginia University School of
Medicine BRIM Subsidy
460
1,354,826

Jackson's Mill
461
0

West Virginia University Institute
for Technology
479
8,247,189

Vista-E Learning
519
289,265

State Priorities - Brownfield Professional
Development (R)
531
777,092

Rural Health Initiative - Medical
Schools Support
581
461,156

Area Health Education Centers
743
0

West Virginia State University Land
Grant Match956
1,846,384

West Virginia University -
Potomac State
994
4,437,890

Total
$
285,553,838

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Rural Health Outreach Programs (fund 0586, activity 377), Marshall School of Medicine - Surplus (fund 0586, activity 452), WVUIT-ABET Accreditation (fund 0586, activity 454), Jackson's Mill (fund 0586, activity 461), State Priorities-Brownfield Professional Development (fund 0586, activity 531), Jackson's Mill - Surplus (fund 0586, activity 842), and Blanchette Rockefeller Neurological Institute - Surplus (fund 0586, activity 947) at the close of fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Included in the appropriation for WVU - School of Health Sciences
and Marshall Medical School are $943,080 and $295,477, respectively, for Graduate Medical Education which may be transferred to the Department of Health and Human Resources' Medical Service Fund (fund 5084) for the purpose of matching federal or other funds to be used in support of graduate medical education, subject to approval of the Vice-Chancellor for Health Sciences and the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources. If approval is denied, the funds may be utilized by the respective institutions for expenditure on graduate medical education.
Included in the above appropriation for WVU - School of Health Sciences is $800,000 for the Blanchette Rockefeller Project.
Included in the above appropriation for Glenville State College is $200,000 for a 13 county consortium between the County School Systems and Glenville State.
Included in the above appropriation for West Virginia University is $34,500 for the Marshall and WVU Faculty and Course Development International Study Project, $246,429 for the WVU Law School - Skills Program, $147,857 for the WVU Coal and Energy Research Bureau, $19,714 for the WVU College of Engineering and Mineral Resources-Diesel Training - Transfer, $82,500 for the WVU - Sheep Study, $500,000 for the Mining Engineering Program, $500,000 for the Center for Multiple Sclerosis Program, $550,000 for the Davis College of Forestry Agriculture and Consumer Sciences various improvements, $200,000 for Reedsville Arena and outreach activities, $80,000 for a Landscape Architect at Davis College of Forestry Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, $100,000 for the WVU - Soil Testing Program, $100,000 for a veterinarian, 50,000 for the WVU Cancer Study, 220,000 for the WVU Petroleum Engineering Program, $100,000 for the WV Alzheimer Disease Register and $100,000 for the rifle team.
Included in the above appropriation for Marshall Medical School is $417,351 for the Marshall University Forensic Lab and $175,061 for the Marshall University Center for Rural Health.
Included in the above appropriation for Marshall University is $181,280 for the Marshall University - Southern WV CTC 2+2 Program and $100,000 for the Luke Lee Listening Language & Learning Lab.
Included in the above appropriation for Concord University is $100,000 for the Geographic Alliance.
Included in the above appropriation for Shepherd University is $100,000 for the Gateway Program.
From the above appropriation for Rural Outreach Programs (activity 377) includes rural health activities and programs; rural residency development and education; and rural outreach activities. These funds shall be dispersed equally among the three (3) medical schools.
From the above appropriation for WVU - Potomac State is $50,000 for maintenance, repairs and equipment, $75,000 for Potomac State Farms for maintenance, repairs, and equipment and $82,500 for the Potomac State Equine Program.
The institutions operating from special revenue funds and/or federal funds shall pay their proportionate share of the Board of Risk and Insurance Management total insurance premium cost for their respective institutions.
From the above appropriations to the respective medical schools, the line items for BRIM subsidies funding shall be paid to the Board of Risk and Insurance Management as a general revenue subsidy against the "Total Premium Billed" to each institution as part of the full cost of their malpractice insurance coverage.
Total TITLE II, Section 1 - General Revenue

(Including claims against the state)
$3,787,976,953

Sec. 2. Appropriations from state road fund. - From the state road fund there are hereby appropriated conditionally upon the fulfillment of the provisions set forth in article two, chapter eleven-b of the code the following amounts, as itemized, for expenditure during the fiscal year two thousand ten.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

  1. -Division of Motor Vehicles

(WV Code Chapters 17, 17A, 17B, 17C, 17D, 20 and 24A)


Fund 9007 FY 2010 Org 0802

State
Road
ActivityFund
Personal Services001$15,153,148
Annual Increment004297,660
Employee Benefits0106,626,528
Unclassified099
15,404,133

Total$37,481,469
  1. -Division of Highways

(WV Code Chapters 17 and 17C)


Fund 9017 FY 2010 Org 0803

Debt Service040$50,000,000
Maintenance
237
309,184,000

Maintenance, Contract Paving and
Secondary Road Maintenance27240,000,000
Bridge Repair and Replacement27333,500,000
Inventory Revolving2754,000,000
Equipment Revolving27620,000,000
General Operations27756,500,000
Interstate Construction278115,000,000
Other Federal Aid Programs279350,700,000
Appalachian Programs280112,000,000
Nonfederal Aid Construction28132,000,000
Highway Litter Control282
1,691,000

Federal Economic Stimulus
891
204,572,000

Total
$
1,329,147,000

The above appropriations are to be expended in accordance with the provisions of chapters seventeen and seventeen-c of the code.
The commissioner of highways shall have the authority to operate revolving funds within the state road fund for the operation and purchase of various types of equipment used directly and indirectly in the construction and maintenance of roads and for the purchase of inventories and materials and supplies.
There is hereby appropriated within the above items sufficient money for the payment of claims, accrued or arising during this budgetary period, to be paid in accordance with sections seventeen and eighteen, article two, chapter fourteen of the code.
It is the intent of the Legislature to capture and match all federal funds available for expenditure on the Appalachian highway system at the earliest possible time. Therefore, should amounts in excess of those appropriated be required for the purposes of Appalachian programs, funds in excess of the amount appropriated may be made available upon recommendation of the commissioner and approval of the governor. Further, for the purpose of Appalachian programs, funds appropriated to line items may be transferred to other line items upon recommendation of the commissioner and approval of the governor.
Total TITLE II, Section 2 - State Road Fund

(Including claims against the state)
$
1,367,137,215

Sec. 3. Appropriations from other funds. - From the funds designated there are hereby appropriated conditionally upon the fulfillment of the provisions set forth in article two, eleven-b of the code the following amounts, as itemized, for expenditure during the fiscal year two thousand ten.
LEGISLATIVE

  1. -Crime Victims Compensation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 14)


Fund 1731 FY 2010 Org 2300

Other
ActivityFunds

Personal Services001$286,000
Annual Increment0046,200
Employee Benefits010109,200
Unclassified099135,603
Economic Loss Claim Payment Fund (R)334
3,597,775

Total$4,134,778
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Economic Loss Claim Payment Fund (fund 1731, activity 334) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
JUDICIAL

  1. -Supreme Court -

Family Court Fund

(WV Code Chapter 51)


Fund 1763 FY 2010 Org 2400

Unclassified - Total096$1,000,000
EXECUTIVE

  1. -Auditor's Office -

Land Operating Fund

(WV Code Chapters 11A, 12 and 36)


Fund 1206 FY 2010 Org 1200

Personal Services001$286,431
Annual Increment0049,300
Employee Benefits010134,986
Unclassified099
676,054

Total$
1,106,771

There is hereby appropriated from this fund, in addition to the above appropriation, the necessary amount for the expenditure of funds other than personal services or employee benefits to enable the division to pay the direct expenses relating to land sales as provided in chapter eleven-a of the West Virginia Code.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of fees and collections as provided by law.
  1. -Auditor's Office -

Local Government Purchasing Card Expenditure Fund

(WV Code Chapter 6)

Fund 1224 FY 2010 Org 1200

Unclassified - Total096$154,922
  1. -Auditor's Office -

Securities Regulation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 32)

Fund 1225 FY 2010 Org 1200

Personal Services001$1,164,662
Annual Increment00418,316
Employee Benefits010469,696
Unclassified099
1,471,122

Total$
3,123,796

  1. -Auditor's Office -

Technology Support and Acquisition Fund

(WV Code Chapter 12)


Fund 1233 FY 2010 Org 1200

Unclassified - Total096$400,000
Fifty percent of the deposits made into this fund shall be transferred to the Treasurer's Office - Technology Support and Acquisition Fund (fund 1329, org 1300) for expenditure for the purposes described in West Virginia Code § 12-3-10c.
  1. -Auditor's Office -

Purchasing Card Administration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 12)


Fund 1234 FY 2010 Org 1200

Unclassified - Total096$3,254,610
  1. -Auditor's Office -

Office of the Chief Inspector

(WV Code Chapter 6)

Fund 1235 FY 2010 Org 1200

Personal Services001$2,033,874
Annual Increment004
39,288

Employee Benefits010
705,782

Unclassified099
622,315

Total$
3,401,259

  1. -Treasurer's Office -

College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program

Administrative Account

(WV Code Chapter 18)

Fund 1301 FY 2010 Org 1300

Unclassified - Total096
$
1,402,462

  1. -Treasurer's Office -

Technology Support and Acquisition Fund

(WV Code Chapter 12)

Fund 1329 FY 2010 Org 1300

Unclassified - Total096$475,000
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Agriculture Fees Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 1401 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total096$2,683,867
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

West Virginia Rural Rehabilitation Program

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 1408 FY 2010 Org 1400

Personal Services
001
$
53,384

Annual Increment
004
998

Employee Benefits
010
15,673

Unclassified
099
975,996

Total$1,046,051
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

General John McCausland Memorial Farm

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 1409 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total096$
210,000

The above appropriation shall be expended in accordance with article twenty-six, chapter nineteen of the code.
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Farm Operating Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 1412 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total096$1,507,094
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Donated Food Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 1446 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total
096
$
4,539,525

  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Integrated Predation Management Fund

(WV Code Chapter 7)

Fund 1465 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total
096
$
25,000

  1. -Attorney General -

Antitrust Enforcement

(WV Code Chapter 47)


Fund 1507 FY 2010 Org 1500

Personal Services001$262,577
Annual Increment0042,437
Employee Benefits01081,703
Unclassified099
156,266

Total$
502,983

  1. -Attorney General -

Preneed Burial Contract Regulation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 47)

Fund 1513 FY 2010 Org 1500

Unclassified - Total096$262,818
  1. -Attorney General -

Preneed Funeral Guarantee Fund

(WV Code Chapter 47)

Fund 1514 FY 2010 Org 1500

Unclassified - Total096$901,135
  1. -Secretary of State -

Service Fees and Collection Account

(WV Code Chapters 3, 5, and 59)

Fund 1612 FY 2010 Org 1600

Personal Services
001
$
300,000

Employee Benefits
010
68,300

Unclassified
099
881,700

Total
$
1,250,000


  1. -Secretary of State -

General Administrative Fees Account

(WV Code Chapters 3, 5 and 59)


Fund 1617 FY 2010 Org 1600

Personal Services001$1,200,000
Annual Increment00415,000
Employee Benefits010467,673
Unclassified099
834,678

Technology Improvements
599
0

Total$
2,517,351

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

  1. -Department of Administration -

Office of the Secretary

Employee Pension and Health Care Benefit Fund

(WV Code Chapter 18)

Fund 2044 FY 2010 Org 0201

Unclassified - Total096$6,688,000
The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 2044, activity 096) shall be transferred to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board - West Virginia Teachers' Retirement System Employers Accumulation Fund (fund 2601).
  1. -Division of Information Services and Communications

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 2220 FY 2010 Org 0210

Personal Services001$16,326,413
Annual Increment004342,459
Employee Benefits010 5,659,244
Unclassified099
15,551,701

Total$
37,879,817

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of collections made by the division of information services and communications as provided by law.
Each spending unit operating from the general revenue fund, from special revenue funds or receiving reimbursement for postage from the federal government shall be charged monthly for all postage meter service and shall reimburse the revolving fund monthly for all such amounts.
  1. -Division of Personnel

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 2440 FY 2010 Org 0222

Personal Services001$2,763,429
Annual Increment00472,348
Employee Benefits010991,588
Unclassified099
1,207,158

Total$
5,034,523

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of fees collected by the division of personnel.
  1. -West Virginia Prosecuting Attorneys Institute

(WV Code Chapter 7)

Fund 2521 FY 2010 Org 0228

Unclassified - Total (R)096$550,092
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 2521, activity 096, fiscal year 2009) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Office of Technology -

Chief Technology Officer Administration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 2531 FY 2010 Org 0231

Unclassified - Total096
$
1,881,795

From the above fund, the provisions of West Virginia Code §11B-2-18 shall not operate to permit expenditures in excess of the funds authorized for expenditure herein.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

  1. -Division of Forestry

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 3081 FY 2010 Org 0305

Personal Services001$366,741
Annual Increment0047,594
Employee Benefits010125,605
Unclassified099
363,374

Total$
863,314

  1. -Division of Forestry -

Timbering Operations Enforcement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 3082 FY 2010 Org 0305

Unclassified - Total096$141,750
  1. -Division of Forestry -

Severance Tax Operations

(WV Code Chapter 11)


Fund 3084 FY 2010 Org 0305

Unclassified - Total096$2,264,568
  1. -Geological and Economic Survey

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 3100 FY 2010 Org 0306

Personal Services001$25,821
Employee Benefits0102,351
Unclassified099
190,107

Total$
218,279

The above appropriation shall be used in accordance with section four, article two, chapter twenty-nine of the code.
  1. -West Virginia Development Office -

Department of Commerce

Marketing and Communications Operating Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5B)

Fund 3002 FY 2010 Org 0307

Unclassified - Total
096
$
3,018,485

  1. -Division of Labor -

Contractor Licensing Board Fund

(WV Code Chapter 21)


Fund 3187 FY 2010 Org 0308

Personal Services001$1,095,009
Annual Increment00412,643
Employee Benefits010469,000
Unclassified099
563,475

Total$
2,140,127

  1. -Division of Labor -

Elevator Safety Act

(WV Code Chapter 21)

Fund 3188 FY 2010 Org 0308

Personal Services001$80,254
Annual Increment0041,188
Employee Benefits01039,313
Unclassified099
65,087

Total$
185,842

  1. -Division of Labor -

Crane Operator Certification Fund

(WV Code Chapter 21)

Fund 3191 FY 2010 Org 0308

Unclassified - Total096$136,849
  1. -Division of Labor -

Amusement Rides and Amusement Attraction Safety Fund

(WV Code Chapter 21)

Fund 3192 FY 2010 Org 0308

Unclassified - Total096$107,066
  1. -Division of Labor -

State Manufactured Housing Administration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 21)

Fund 3195 FY 2010 Org 0308

Personal Services001$102,203
Annual Increment
004
2,262

Employee Benefits
010
46,861

Unclassified
099
28,724

BRIM Premium
913
3,404

Total
$
183,454

  1. -Division of Labor -

Weights and Measures Fund

(WV Code Chapter 47)

Fund 3196 FY 2010 Org 0308

Unclassified - Total
096
$50,000

  1. -Division of Natural Resources

(WV Code Chapter 20)

Fund 3200 FY 2010 Org 0310

Wildlife Resources023$5,493,200
Administration1551,303,878
Capital Improvements and
Land Purchase (R)
248
1,373,300

Law Enforcement
806
5,493,200

Total$
13,663,578

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of fees collected by the division of natural resources.
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Capital Improvements and Land Purchase (fund 3200, activity 248, fiscal year 2008 and fiscal year 2009) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Natural Resources -

Game, Fish and Aquatic Life Fund

(WV Code Chapter 20)

Fund 3202 FY 2010 Org 0310

Unclassified - Total096$75,000
  1. -Division of Natural Resources -

Nongame Fund

(WV Code Chapter 20)

Fund 3203 FY 2010 Org 0310

Personal Services001$704,058
Annual Increment0048,850
Employee Benefits010274,984
Unclassified099
323,849

Total$
1,311,741

  1. -Division of Natural Resources -

Planning and Development Division

(WV Code Chapter 20)

Fund 3205 FY 2010 Org 0310

Personal Services001$130,300
Annual Increment0042,220
Employee Benefits01051,341
Unclassified099
217,075

Total$
400,936

  1. -Division of Natural Resources -

Whitewater Study and Improvement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 20)

Fund 3253 FY 2010 Org 0310

Unclassified - Total096$135,000
  1. -Division of Natural Resources -

Whitewater Advertising and Promotion Fund

(WV Code Chapter 20)


Fund 3256 FY 2010 Org 0310

Unclassified - Total096$20,000
  1. -Miners' Health, Safety and Training Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22A)

Fund 3355 FY 2010 Org 0314

Personal Services
001
$
339,000

Annual Increment
004
900

Employee Benefits
010
126,800

WV Mining Extension Service
026
150,000

Unclassified
099
1,046,900

Mine Safety Technology Task Force
061
115,000

Total
$1,778,600

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Disaster Mitigation (fund 3355, activity 952) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Energy -

Energy Assistance

(WV Code Chapter 5B)


Fund 3010 FY 2010 Org 0328

Energy Assistance - Total (R)
647
$
300,000

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Energy Assistance - Total (fund 3010, activity 647) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Energy -

Office of Coal Field Community Development

(WV Code Chapter 5B)

Fund 3011 FY 2010 Org 0328

Unclassified - Total (R)
096
$835,111

Any unexpended balance remaining in the above appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 3011, activity 096) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

  1. -State Board of Education -

Strategic Staff Development

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 3937 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total096$800,000
  1. -State Department of Education -

School Building Authority

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 3959 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$794,734
Annual Increment0048,460
Employee Benefits010276,409
Unclassified099
271,715

Total
$1,351,318

The above appropriation for the administrative expenses of the school building authority shall be paid from the interest earnings on debt service reserve accounts maintained on behalf of said authority.
  1. -State Department of Education -

FFA-FHA Camp and Conference Center

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 3960 FY 2010 Org 0402

Personal Services001$825,000
Annual Increment00413,000
Employee Benefits010293,550
Unclassified099
778,450

Total$
1,910,000

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE ARTS

  1. -Office of the Secretary -

Lottery Education Fund Interest Earnings -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 3508 FY 2010 Org 0431

Governor's Honor Academy
478
$
100,000

EPSCoR (R)
571
359,368

Literacy Project (R)
899
350,000

Total
$
809,368

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 3508, activity 096), EPSCoR (fund 3508, activity 571), Educational Enhancements (fund 3508, activity 695), and Literacy Project (fund 3508, activity 899) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Culture and History -

Public Records and Preservation Revenue Account

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 3542 FY 2010 Org 0432

Unclassified - Total
096
$
800,000

  1. -State Board of Rehabilitation -

Division of Rehabilitation Services -

West Virginia Rehabilitation Center -

Special Account

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 8664 FY 2010 Org 0932

Unclassified - Total096$905,360
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

  1. -Solid Waste Management Board

(WV Code Chapter 22C)


Fund 3288 FY 2010 Org 0312

Personal Services001$577,984
Annual Increment0046,720
Employee Benefits010183,319
Unclassified099
1,792,680

Total$2,560,703
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Hazardous Waste Management Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3023 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services
001
$
311,500

Annual Increment
004
8,480

Employee Benefits
010
119,508

Unclassified
099
159,558

Total
$
599,046

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Air Pollution Education and Environment Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3024 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services
001
$
314,004

Annual Increment
004
3,730

Employee Benefits
010
94,974

Unclassified
099
593,833

Total
$
1,006,541

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Special Reclamation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3321 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$931,956
Annual Increment00412,360
Employee Benefits010351,585
Unclassified099
16,667,832

Total$
17,963,733

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Oil and Gas Reclamation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3322 FY 2010 Org 0313

Unclassified - Total096$674,360
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Oil and Gas Operating Permit and Processing Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3323 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$1,041,794
Annual Increment0044,889
Employee Benefits010364,058
Unclassified099
874,153

Total$
2,284,894

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Mining and Reclamation Operations Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3324 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$3,889,958
Annual Increment00460,642
Employee Benefits0101,785,550
Unclassified099
3,262,525

Total$
8,998,675

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Underground Storage Tank

Administrative Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3325 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$259,844
Annual Increment0048,875
Employee Benefits01093,757
Unclassified099
196,796

Total$
559,272

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Hazardous Waste Emergency Response Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3331 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$499,813
Annual Increment00410,834
Employee Benefits010 191,983
Unclassified099
834,243

Total$
1,536,873

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Solid Waste Reclamation and

Environmental Response Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3332 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$555,417
Annual Increment0046,156
Employee Benefits010183,266
Unclassified0994,026,024
Total$4,770,863
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Solid Waste Enforcement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3333 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$1,896,868
Annual Increment00435,550
Employee Benefits010741,892
Unclassified099
1,212,109

Total$3,886,419
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Air Pollution Control Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3336 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$3,924,850
Annual Increment00455,389
Employee Benefits0101,294,579
Unclassified099
2,308,152

Total$7,582,970
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Environmental Laboratory

Certification Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 3340 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$158,556
Annual Increment0043,590
Employee Benefits01052,464
Unclassified099
149,840

Total$364,450
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Stream Restoration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)



Fund 3349 FY 2010 Org 0313

Unclassified - Total096$2,533,626
  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Litter Control Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)

Fund 3486 FY 2010 Org 0313

Unclassified - Total
096
$
60,000

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Recycling Assistance Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)



Fund 3487 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services
001
$
377,086

Annual Increment
004
6,788

Employee Benefits
010
132,289

Unclassified099
2,256,743

Total
$
2,772,906

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection -

Mountaintop Removal Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)

Fund 3490 FY 2010 Org 0313

Personal Services001$768,384
Annual Increment
004
11,723

Employee Benefits
010
281,953

Unclassified
099
492,090

Total
$
1,554,150

  1. -Oil and Gas Conservation Commission -

Special Oil and Gas Conservation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22C)


Fund 3371 FY 2010 Org 0315

Personal Services001$115,814
Annual Increment0042,976
Employee Benefits01037,262
Unclassified099
73,206

Total$229,258
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. -Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists

(WV Code Chapters 16 and 30)


Fund 5425 FY 2010 Org 0505

Personal Services001$0
Annual Increment0040
Employee Benefits0100
Unclassified099
0

Total$
0

  1. -WV Board of Medicine

(WV Code Chapter 30)


Fund 5106 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$0
  1. -Division of Health -

Tobacco Settlement Expenditure Fund

(WV Code Chapter 4)

Fund 5124 FY 2010 Org 0506

Any unexpended balances remaining in the above appropriations for Institutional Facilities Operations (fund 5124, activity 335) and Tobacco Education Program (fund 5124, activity 906) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Health -

Vital Statistics

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5144 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$342,687
Annual Increment00411,190
Employee Benefits010159,369
Unclassified.099
633,288

Total$
1,146,534

  1. -Division of Health -

Hospital Services Revenue Account

(Special Fund)

(Capital Improvement, Renovation and Operations)

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5156 FY 2010 Org 0506

Debt Service (R)040$200,438
Institutional Facilities
Operations (R)33538,674,129
Medical Services Trust Fund -
Transfer (R)512
25,300,000

Total$
64,174,567

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for hospital services revenue account at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010, except for fund 5156, activity 040 (fiscal year 2008); $414,508.51 for fund 5156, activity 335 (fiscal year 2004); $514,104.86 for fund 5156, activity 335 (fiscal year 2005); $1,784,716.00 for fund 5156, activity 335 (fiscal year 2006); and $3,403,952.63 for fund 5156, activity 335 (fiscal year 2008) which shall expire on June 30, 2009.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the hospital services revenue account special fund created by section thirteen, article one, chapter sixteen of the code, and shall be used for operating expenses and for improvements in connection with existing facilities and bond payments.
The secretary of the department of health and human resources is authorized to utilize up to ten percent of the funds from the appropriation for Institutional Facilities Operations line to facilitate cost effective and cost saving services at the community level.
Necessary funds from the above appropriation may be used for medical facilities operations, either in connection with this account or in connection with the line item designated Institutional Facilities Operations in the consolidated medical service fund (fund 0525, fiscal year 2010, organization 0506).
From the above appropriation to Institutional Facilities Operations, together with available funds from the consolidated medical services fund (fund 0525, activity 335) on July 1, 2009, the sum of $160,000 shall be transferred to the department of agriculture - land division as advance payment for the purchase of food products; actual payments for such purchases shall not be required until such credits have been completely expended.
  1. -Division of Health -

Laboratory Services

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5163 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$612,001
Annual Increment00413,774
Employee Benefits010266,536
Unclassified099
1,302,955

Total$
2,195,266

  1. -Division of Health -

Health Facility Licensing

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5172 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$423,536
Annual Increment0047,936
Employee Benefits010160,258
Unclassified099
186,626

Total$
778,356

  1. -Division of Health -

Hepatitis B Vaccine

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5183 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services001$61,049
Annual Increment0042,047
Employee Benefits01023,562
Unclassified.099
2,996,007

Total$
3,082,665

  1. -Division of Health -

Lead Abatement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5204 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$40,000
  1. -Division of Health -

West Virginia Birth to Three Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5214 FY 2010 Org 0506

Personal Services
001
$
486,967

Annual Increment
004
5,890

Employee Benefits
010
202,735

Unclassified
099
24,195,585

Total
$
24,891,177

  1. -Division of Health -

Tobacco Control Special Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5218 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified-Total
096
$
85,000

  1. -West Virginia Health Care Authority -

Health Care Cost Review Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5375 FY 2010 Org 0507

Personal Services001$2,148,295
Annual Increment00431,072
Employee Benefits010690,728
Hospital Assistance
025600,000

Unclassified099
3,192,945

Total$
6,663,040

The above appropriation is to be expended in accordance with and pursuant to the provisions of article twenty-nine-b, chapter sixteen of the code and from the special revolving fund designated health care cost review fund.
The Health Care Authority is authorized to transfer up to $1,500,000 from this fund to the West Virginia Health Information Network Account (fund 5380) as authorized per WV Code 16- 29G-4.
  1. -West Virginia Health Care Authority -

West Virginia Health Information Network Account

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5380 FY 2010 Org 0507

Unclassified
099
$1,500,000

Technology Infrastructure Network
351
3,500,000

Total
$
5,000,000

  1. -West Virginia Health Care Authority -

Revolving Loan Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5382 FY 2010 Org 0507

Unclassified - Total
096
$2,000,000

  1. -Division of Human Services -

Health Care Provider Tax

(WV Code Chapter 11)


Fund 5090 FY 2010 Org 0511

Medical Services189$165,595,278
Medical Services Administrative Costs
789
412,022

Total
$
166,007,300

From the above appropriation for Medical Services Administrative Costs (fund 5090, activity 789), $200,000 shall be transferred to the tax division per WV Code §11-27-32 and the remainder shall be transferred to a special revenue account in the treasury for use by the department of health and human resources for administrative purposes. The remainder of all moneys deposited in the fund shall be transferred to the West Virginia medical services fund (fund 5084).
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Child Support Enforcement

(WV Code Chapter 48A)

Fund 5094 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total (R)096$44,287,194
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 5094, activity 096) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010, except for fund 5094, activity 096, fiscal year 2006 which shall expire on June 30, 2009.
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Medical Services Trust Fund

(WV Code Chapter 9)


Fund 5185 FY 2010 Org 0511

Medical Services189
$
30,556,594

Medical Services Administrative Costs
789
536,433

Total
$
31,093,027

The above appropriation to Medical Services shall be used to provide state match of Medicaid expenditures as defined and authorized in subsection (c) of WV Code 9-4A-2a. Expenditures from the fund are limited to the following: payment of backlogged billings, funding for services to future federally mandated population groups and payment of the required state match for medicaid disproportionate share payments. The remainder of all moneys deposited in the fund shall be transferred to the division of human services accounts.
  1. -Division of Human Services -

James "Tiger" Morton Catastrophic Illness Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5454 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total
096
$1,609,076

  1. -Family Protection Services Board -

Domestic Violence Legal Services Fund

(WV Code Chapter 48)

Fund 5455 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total
096
$838,022

  1. -Division of Human Services -

West Virginia Works Separate State College Program Fund

(WV Code Chapter 9)

Fund 5467 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total
096
$1,700,000

  1. -Division of Human Services -

West Virginia Works Separate State Two-Parent Program Fund

(WV Code Chapter 9)

Fund 5468 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total
096
$3,300,000

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS AND PUBLIC SAFETY

  1. -Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety -

Office of the Secretary -

Law-Enforcement, Safety and

Emergency Worker Funeral

Expense Payment Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 6003 FY 2010 Org 0601

Unclassified - Total096$25,000
  1. -State Armory Board -

General Armory Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 6057 FY 2010 Org 0603

Unclassified - Total096$600,000
  1. -Division of Homeland Security and

Emergency Management -

West Virginia Interoperable Radio Project

(WV Code Chapter 24)

Fund 6295 FY 2010 Org 0606

Unclassified - Total (R)
096
$
2,000,000

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total (fund 6295, activity 096) at the close of fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -West Virginia Division of Corrections -

Parolee Supervision Fees

(WV Code Chapter 62)


Fund 6362 FY 2010 Org 0608

Personal Services001$ 275,000
Annual Increment0042,070
Employee Benefits01088,812
Unclassified
099
376,923

Total$
742,805

  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Motor Vehicle Inspection Fund

(WV Code Chapter 17C)


Fund 6501 FY 2010 Org 0612

Personal Services001$765,276
Annual Increment00429,580
Employee Benefits010294,849
Unclassified099
375,127

BRIM Premium
913
302,432

Total$
1,767,264

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of fees collected for inspection stickers as provided by law.
  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Drunk Driving Prevention Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 6513 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified099$1,327,000
BRIM Premium
913
154,452

Total
$
1,481,452

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of receipts collected pursuant to sections nine-a and sixteen, article fifteen, chapter eleven of the code and paid into a revolving fund account in the state treasury.
  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Surplus Real Property Proceeds Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 6516 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified099$444,980
BRIM Premium
913
77,222

Total
$
522,202

  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Surplus Transfer Account

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 6519 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified (R)099$312,002
BRIM Premium
913
54,063

Total
$
366,065

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified (fund 6519, fiscal year 2008, activity 099) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Central Abuse Registry Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 6527 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified099$246,879
BRIM Premium
913
18,524

Total
$
265,403

  1. -West Virginia State Police -

Bail Bond Enforcer Fund

(WV Code Chapter 15)

Fund 6532 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified - Total096$3,308
  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs -

Veterans' Facilities Support Fund

(WV Code Chapter 9A)


Fund 6703 FY 2010 Org 0613

Unclassified - Total096$3,000,000
  1. -Regional Jail and Correctional

Facility Authority

(WV Code Chapter 31)


Fund 6675 FY 2010 Org 0615

Personal Services001$1,374,952
Annual Increment00421,860
Employee Benefits010438,339
Debt Service0409,000,000
Unclassified099
545,235

Total$
11,380,386

  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs -

WV Veterans' Home -

Special Revenue Operating Fund

(WV Code Chapter 9A)


Fund 6754 FY 2010 Org 0618

Unclassified - Total096$466,000
  1. -Fire Commission -

Fire Marshal Fees

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 6152 FY 2010 Org 0619

Personal Services001$1,815,193
Annual Increment00431,024
Employee Benefits010647,548
Unclassified
099
1,447,562

BRIM Premium913
58,013

Total$
3,999,340

Any unexpended cash balance remaining in fund 6152 at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby available for expenditure as part of the fiscal year 2010 appropriation.
  1. -Division of Criminal Justice Services -

WV Community Corrections Fund

(WV Code Chapter 62)


Fund 6386 FY 2010 Org 0620

Unclassified - Total096$2,010,348
  1. -Criminal Justice Services -

Court Security Fund

(WV Code Chapter 51)


Fund 6804 FY 2010 Org 0620

Unclassified - Total096$1,500,000
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

  1. -Division of Banking

(WV Code Chapter 31A)


Fund 3041 FY 2010 Org 0303

Personal Services001$1,705,543
Annual Increment00422,320
Employee Benefits010548,291
Unclassified099
686,383

Total$
2,962,537

  1. -Office of the Secretary -

State Debt Reduction Fund

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 7007 FY 2010 Org 0701

Unclassified - Total - Transfer
402
$23,701,000

The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer shall be transferred to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board - West Virginia Teachers' Retirement System Employers Accumulation Fund (fund 2601).
  1. -Tax Division -

Cemetery Company Account

(WV Code Chapter 35)


Fund 7071 FY 2010 Org 0702

Personal Services001$17,274
Annual Increment
004
340

Employee Benefits0105,845
Unclassified099
7,717

Total$
31,176

  1. -Tax Division -

Special Audit and Investigative Unit

(WV Code Chapter 11)


Fund 7073 FY 2010 Org 0702

Personal Services001$895,551
Annual Increment00423,100
Employee Benefits010331,342
Unclassified099
229,847

Total$
1,479,840

  1. -Tax Division -

Special District Excise Tax Administration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 11)

Fund 7086 FY 2010 Org 0702

Unclassified - Total096$51,372
  1. -Tax Division -

Wine Tax Administration Fund

(WV Code Chapter 60)

Fund 7087 FY 2010 Org 0702

Unclassified - Total096$255,734
  1. -State Budget Office -

Public Employees Insurance Reserve Fund

(WV Code Chapter 11B)


Fund 7400 FY 2010 Org 0703

Public Employees Insurance Reserve
Fund - Transfer
903
$
6,800,000

The above appropriation for Public Employees Insurance Reserve Fund - Transfer shall be transferred to the Medical Services Trust Fund (fund 5185, org 0511) for expenditure.
  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Examination Revolving Fund

(WV Code Chapter 33)


Fund 7150 FY 2010 Org 0704

Personal Services001$505,497
Annual Increment0045,812
Employee Benefits010147,384
Unclassified099
1,489,260

Total$
2,147,953

  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Consumer Advocate

(WV Code Chapter 33)


Fund 7151 FY 2010 Org 0704

Personal Services001$375,601
Annual Increment0045,640
Employee Benefits010129,597
Unclassified099
281,626

Total$
792,464

  1. -Insurance Commissioner

(WV Code Chapter 33)


Fund 7152 FY 2010 Org 0704

Personal Services001$16,045,026
Annual Increment004353,336
Employee Benefits0106,848,269
Unclassified099
14,286,885

Total$
37,533,516

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of collections of fees and charges as provided by law.
  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Workers' Compensation Old Fund

(WV Code Chapter 23)


Fund 7162 FY 2010 Org 0704

Unclassified - Total
096
$
550,000,000

  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Workers' Compensation Uninsured Employers' Fund

(WV Code Chapter 23)


Fund 7163 FY 2010 Org 0704

Unclassified - Total
096
$
27,000,000

  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Self-Insured Employer Guaranty Risk Pool

(WV Code Chapter 23)


Fund 7164 FY 2010 Org 0704

Unclassified - Total
096
$
5,000,000

  1. -Insurance Commissioner -

Self-Insured Employer Security Risk Pool

(WV Code Chapter 23)


Fund 7165 FY 2010 Org 0704

Unclassified - Total
096
$
10,000,000

  1. -Lottery Commission -

Revenue Center Construction Fund

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 7209 FY 2010 Org 0705

Unclassified - Total
096
$
73,000,000

  1. -Municipal Bond Commission

(WV Code Chapter 13)


Fund 7253 FY 2010 Org 0706

Personal Services001$163,463
Annual Increment0045,332
Employee Benefits01070,957
Unclassified099
84,260

Total$324,012
  1. -Racing Commission -

Relief Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 7300 FY 2010 Org 0707

Medical Expenses - Total245$57,000
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of collections of license fees and fines as provided by law.
No expenditures shall be made from this account except for hospitalization, medical care and/or funeral expenses for persons contributing to this fund.
  1. -Racing Commission -

Administration and Promotion

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 7304 FY 2010 Org 0707

Personal Services001$123,351
Annual Increment0042,170
Employee Benefits01032,456
Unclassified099
82,161

Total$
240,138

  1. -Racing Commission -

General Administration

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 7305 FY 2010 Org 0707

Personal Services001$1,796,977
Annual Increment00425,206
Employee Benefits010462,987
Unclassified099
755,728

Total$
3,040,898

  1. -Racing Commission -

Administration, Promotion and Education Fund

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 7307 FY 2010 Org 0707

Unclassified - Total096$2,770,956
  1. -Alcohol Beverage Control Administration -

Wine License Special Fund

(WV Code Chapter 60)


Fund 7351 FY 2010 Org 0708

Personal Services001$112,338
Annual Increment0043,780
Employee Benefits01050,468
Unclassified099
140,324

Total$
306,910

To the extent permitted by law, four classified exempt positions shall be provided from Personal Services line item for field auditors.
  1. -Alcohol Beverage Control Administration

(WV Code Chapter 60)


Fund 7352 FY 2010 Org 0708

Personal Services001$3,683,360
Annual Increment00498,092
Employee Benefits0101,629,154
Unclassified099
3,030,048

Total$
8,440,654

From the above appropriation an amount shall be used for the Tobacco/Alcohol Education Program.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of liquor revenues.
The above appropriation includes the salary of the commissioner and the salaries, expenses and equipment of administrative offices, warehouses and inspectors.
There is hereby appropriated from liquor revenues, in addition to the above appropriation, the necessary amount for the purchase of liquor as provided by law.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

  1. -Division of Motor Vehicles -

Dealer Recovery Fund

(WV Code Chapter 17)


Fund 8220 FY 2010 Org 0802

Unclassified - Total
096
$
189,000

  1. -Division of Motor Vehicles -

Motor Vehicle Fees Fund

(WV Code Chapter 17B)


Fund 8223 FY 2010 Org 0802

Unclassified - Total096$4,597,699
  1. -Division of Highways -

A. James Manchin Fund

(WV Code Chapter 17)


Fund 8319 FY 2010 Org 0803

Unclassified - Total096$2,719,000
  1. -Public Port Authority -

Special Railroad and Intermodal Enhancement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 17)

Fund 8254 FY 2010 Org 0806

Unclassified - Total096$2,500,000
BUREAU OF SENIOR SERVICES

  1. -Bureau of Senior Services -

Community Based Service Fund

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 5409 FY 2010 Org 0508

Unclassified - Total
096
$
7,250,000

HIGHER EDUCATION

  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

System -

Registration Fee Capital Improvement Fund

(Capital Improvement and Bond Retirement Fund)

Control Account

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18B)


Fund 4902 FY 2010 Org 0442

Debt Service
040
$
4,822,241

General Capital Expenditures (R)
306
500,000

Total
$
5,322,241

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for General Capital Expenditures (fund 4902, activity 306, fiscal year 2009) at the close of fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special capital improvements fund created in section eight, article ten, chapter eighteen-b of the code. Projects are to be paid on a cash basis and made available on July 1 of each year.
The above appropriations, except for debt service, may be transferred to special revenue funds for capital improvement projects at the institutions.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

System -

Tuition Fee Capital Improvement Fund

(Capital Improvement and Bond Retirement Fund)

Control Account

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18B)


Fund 4903 FY 2010 Org 0442

Debt Service
040
$
23,429,974

General Capital Expenditures
306
3,000,000

Facilities Planning
and Administration (R)
386
414,056

Total
$
26,844,030

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Facilities Planning and Administration (fund 4903, activity 386) at the close of fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special capital improvement fund created in section eight, article ten, chapter eighteen-b of the code. Projects are to be paid on a cash basis and made available on July 1.
The above appropriations, except for debt service, may be transferred to special revenue funds for capital improvement projects at the institutions.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

Tuition Fee Revenue Bond Construction Fund

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18B)

Fund 4906 FY 2010 Org 0442

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The appropriation shall be paid from available unexpended cash balances and interest earnings accruing to the fund. The appropriation shall be expended at the discretion of the Higher Education Policy Commission and the funds may be allocated to any institution within the system.
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the unexpended proceeds of revenue bonds previously issued pursuant to section eight, article twelve-b, chapter eighteen of the code, which have since been refunded.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

West Virginia University -

West Virginia University Health Sciences Center

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18B)


Fund 4179 FY 2010 Org 0463

Unclassified - Total (R)
096
$
15,812,292

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation at the close of fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

Marshall University -

Marshall University Land Sale Account

(WV Code Chapter 18B)


Fund 4270 FY 2010 Org 0471

Unclassified - Total
096
$
2,292,914

The total amount of this appropriation shall be used for the purchase of additional real property or technology, or for capital improvements at the institution.
MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS


  1. -Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists

(WV Code Chapter 16 and 30)


Fund 5425 FY 2010 Org 0505

Personal Services001$257,886
Annual Increment0047,750
Employee Benefits010115,033
Unclassified.099
119,366

Total$500,035
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of collections made by the board of barbers and cosmetologists as provided by law.

  1. -Hospital Finance Authority

(WV Code Chapter 16)


Fund 5475 FY 2010 Org 0509

Personal Services001$48,520
Annual Increment0041,180
Employee Benefits01018,568
Unclassified.099
30,507

Total$98,775
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of fees and collections as provided by article twenty-nine-a, chapter sixteen of the code.
  1. -WV State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 8517 FY 2010 Org 0906

Unclassified - Total096$381,443
  1. -WV Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses

(WV Code Chapter 30)
Fund 8520 FY 2010 Org 0907
Unclassified - Total096$927,146
  1. -Public Service Commission

(WV Code Chapter 24)


Fund 8623 FY 2010 Org 0926

Personal Services001$8,348,143
Annual Increment004161,734
Employee Benefits0102,719,122
Unclassified099
2,957,041

PSC Weight Enforcement
345
4,294,773

Debt Payment/Capital Outlay
520
350,000

BRIM Premium913
114,609

Total$18,945,422
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of collection for special license fees from public service corporations as provided by law.
The Public Service Commission is authorized to spend up to $500,000, from surplus funds in this account, to meet the expected deficiencies in the Motor Carrier Division (fund 8625, org 0926) due to the amendment and reenactment of §24A-3-1 by Enrolled House Bill Number 2715, Regular Session, 1997.
  1. -Public Service Commission -

Gas Pipeline Division -

Public Service Commission Pipeline Safety Fund

(WV Code Chapter 24B)


Fund 8624 FY 2010 Org 0926

Personal Services001$163,509
Annual Increment0046,890
Employee Benefits01054,843
Unclassified099
85,966

Total$311,208
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of receipts collected for or by the public service commission pursuant to and in the exercise of regulatory authority over pipeline companies as provided by law.
  1. -Public Service Commission -

Motor Carrier Division

(WV Code Chapter 24A)


Fund 8625 FY 2010 Org 0926

Personal Services001$1,552,208
Annual Increment00449,647
Employee Benefits010532,255
Unclassified099
679,790

Total$2,813,900
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of receipts collected for or by the public service commission pursuant to and in the exercise of regulatory authority over motor carriers as provided by law.
  1. -Public Service Commission -

Consumer Advocate

(WV Code Chapter 24)


Fund 8627 FY 2010 Org 0926

Personal Services001$533,932
Annual Increment0048,692
Employee Benefits010165,481
Unclassified099
339,056

BRIM Premium
913
4,533

Total$1,051,694
The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid from a special revenue fund out of collections made by the public service commission.
  1. -Real Estate Commission

(WV Code Chapter 30)


Fund 8635 FY 2010 Org 0927

Personal Services001$368,686
Annual Increment0048,828
Employee Benefits010125,754
Unclassified099
300,622

Total
$
803,890

The total amount of this appropriation shall be paid out of collections of license fees as provided by law.
  1. -WV Board of Examiners for Speech-Language

Pathology and Audiology

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 8646 FY 2010 Org 0930

Unclassified - Total096$114,000
  1. -WV Board of Respiratory Care

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 8676 FY 2010 Org 0935

Unclassified - Total096$112,120
  1. -WV Board of Licensed Dietitians

(WV Code Chapter 30)


Fund 8680 FY 2010 Org 0936

Unclassified - Total096$18,900
  1. -Massage Therapy Licensure Board

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 8671 FY 2010 Org 0938

Unclassified - Total096
$125,578

  1. -Board of Medicine

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 9070 FY 2010 Org 0945

Unclassified - Total
096
$
1,231,332

  1. -Economic Development Project Bridge Loan Fund

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 9066 FY 2010 Org 0944

Unclassified - Total
096
$
2,400,000

The above appropriation for Unclassified-Total (activity 096) shall be transferred to the Housing Development Fund.
  1. -Board of Treasury Investments

(WV Code Chapter 12)

Fund 9152 FY 2010 Org 0950

Unclassified - Total
096
$
1,266,707

There is hereby appropriated from this fund, in addition to the above appropriation, the amount of funds necessary for the Board of Treasury Investments to pay the fees and expenses of custodians, fund advisors and fund managers for the Consolidated fund of the State as provided in Chapter 12, Article 6C of the West Virginia Code.
The total amount of the appropriation shall be paid from the special revenue fund out of fees and collections as provided by law.
Total TITLE II, Section 3 - Other Funds

(Including claims against the state)
$
1,424,170,416

Sec. 4. Appropriations from lottery net profits. - Net profits of the lottery are to be deposited by the director of the lottery to the following accounts in the amounts indicated. The director of the lottery shall prorate each deposit of net profits in the proportion the appropriation for each account bears to the total of the appropriations for all accounts.
After first satisfying the requirements for Fund 2252, Fund 3963, and Fund 4908 pursuant to section eighteen, article twenty-two, chapter twenty-nine of the code, the director of the lottery shall make available from the remaining net profits of the lottery any amounts needed to pay debt service for which an appropriation is made for Fund 9065, Fund 4297, and Fund 3514 and is authorized to transfer any such amounts to Fund 9065, Fund 4297, and Fund 3514 for that purpose. Upon receipt of reimbursement of amounts so transferred, the director of the lottery shall deposit the reimbursement amounts to the following accounts as required by this section.
  1. -Education, Arts, Sciences and Tourism -

Debt Service Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5)


Fund 2252 FY 2010 Org 0211

Lottery
ActivityFunds

Debt Service - Total310$8,240,000
  1. -West Virginia Development Office -

Division of Tourism

(WV Code Chapter 5B)


Fund 3067 FY 2010 Org 0304

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
$
0

Tourism - Telemarketing Center
463
86,400

WV Film Office
498
348,159

Tourism - Advertising (R)
618
3,092,931

Tourism - Unclassified (R)
662
4,078,958

Total
$
7,606,448

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Capitol Complex - Capital Outlay (fund 3067, activity 417), Tourism - Advertising (fund 3067, activity 618), Tourism - Unclassified (fund 3067, activity 662), and Tourism - Special Projects (fund 3067, activity 859) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Natural Resources

(WV Code Chapter 20)


Fund 3267 FY 2010 Org 0310

Gypsy Moth Suppression
Program for State Parks (R)
017
$
42,997

Unclassified (R)
099
2,279,975

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Pricketts Fort State Park
324
120,000

Non-Game Wildlife (R)
527
429,357

State Parks and
Recreation Advertising (R)
619
577,614

Total
$
3,449,943

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Gypsy Moth Suppression Program for State Parks (fund 3267, activity 017), Unclassified (fund 3267, activity 099), Capital Outlay - Parks (fund 3267, activity 288), Non-Game Wildlife (fund 3267, activity 527), and State Parks and Recreation Advertising (fund 3267, activity 619) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Department of Education

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)

Fund 3951 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified (R)
099
$
4,116,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

FBI Checks
372
114,831

Vocational Education
Equipment Replacement
393
812,067

Assessment Program (R)
396
6,444,969

SAS in Schools
613
0

21st Century Technology Infrastructure
Network Tools and Support (R)
933
22,854,919

Total$34,342,786
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 3951, activity 099), Technology Infrastructure Network (fund 3951, activity 351), Assessment Program (fund 3951, activity 396), and 21st Century Technology Infrastructure Network Tools and Support (fund 3951, activity 933) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -State Department of Education -

School Building Authority -

Debt Service Fund

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 3963 FY 2010 Org 0402

Debt Service - Total310$18,000,000
  1. -Department of Education and the Arts -

Office of the Secretary -

Control Account -

Lottery Education Fund

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 3508 FY 2010 Org 0431

Unclassified (R)
099
$
220,000

Commission for National and
Community Service
193
435,050

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Arts Programs (R)
500
80,000

College Readiness (R)
579
181,577

Challenger Learning Center
862
125,000

Statewide STEM 21st Century Academy
897
150,000

Total
$1,191,627

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Unclassified (fund 3508, activity 099), Arts Programs (fund 3508, activity 500), and College Readiness (fund 3508, activity 579) at the close of fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Culture and History -

Lottery Education Fund

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 3534 FY 2010 Org 0432

Huntington Symphony
027
$
95,000

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Holiday Celebration
03110,800

Fairs and Festivals1222,776,340
Archeological Curation/Capital
Improvements (R)
24653,005

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Historic Preservation Grants (R)311556,499
West Virginia Public Theater
312
190,000

Tri-County Fair Association
343
23,750

George Tyler Moore Center for the
Study of the Civil War
397
57,000

Greenbrier Valley Theater
423
142,500

Theater Arts of West Virginia
464
300,000

Marshall Artists Series
518
57,000

Grants for Competitive Arts Program (R)
624
1,075,000

West Virginia State Fair
657
50,000

Contemporary American Theater Festival`
811
95,000

Independence Hall812
47,500

Mountain State Forest Festival
864
66,500

WV Symphony
907
95,000

Wheeling Symphony
908
95,000

Appalachian Children's Chorus
916
95,000

Total$5,880,894
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Archeological Curation/Capital Improvements (fund 3534, activity 246), Historic Preservation Grants (fund 3534, activity 311), Grants for Competitive Arts Program (fund 3534, activity 624), and Project ACCESS (fund 3534, activity 865) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Included in the above appropriation for Fairs and Festivals (fund 3534, activity 122) funding shall be provided to the African-American Cultural Heritage Festival $5,000, African-American Heritage Family Tree Museum (Fayette) $4,500, African-American Jubilee (Ohio) $5,500, Alderson 4th of July Celebration (Greenbrier) $5,000, Allegheny Echo (Pocahontas) $7,500, Alpine Festival/Leaf Peepers Festival (Tucker) $11,250, American Legion Post 8, Veterans Day Parade $2,000, Angus Beef and Cattle Show (Lewis) $1,500, Antique Market Fair (Lewis) $2,000, Apollo Theater-Summer Program (Berkeley) $2,000, Appalachian Autumn Festival (Braxton) $3,500, Appalachian Mountain Bike Race (Calhoun) $1,500, Apple Butter Festival (Morgan) $6,000, Aracoma Story (Logan) $50,000, Arkansaw Homemaker's Heritage Weekend (Hardy) $3,500, Armed Forces Day-South Charleston (Kanawha) $3,000, Arthurdale Heritage New Deal Festival (Preston) $5,000, Arts Monongahela (Monongalia) $20,000, Athens Town Fair (Mercer) $2,000, Augusta Fair (Randolph) $5,000, Barbour County Arts & Humanities Council $1,500, Barbour County Fair $25,000, Barboursville Octoberfest (Cabell) $5,000, Bass Festival (Pleasants) $1,850, Battelle District Fair (Monongalia) $5,000, Battle of Dry Creek (Greenbrier) $1,500, Battle of Lewisburg Civil War Days (Greenbrier) $3,000, Battle of Point Pleasant Memorial Committee (Mason) $5,000, Beckley Main Street (Raleigh) $5,000, Belle Boyd House (Berkeley) $2,000, Belle Town Fair (Kanawha) $4,500, Bergoo Down Home Days (Webster) $2,500, Berkeley County Youth Fair $18,500, Black Bear 4K Mountain Bike Race $1,000, Black Heritage Festival (Harrison) $6,000, Black Walnut Festival (Roane) $10,000, Blue-Gray Reunion (Barbour) $3,500, Boone County Fair $10,000, Boone County Labor Day Celebration $4,000, Bradshaw Fall Festival (McDowell) $2,000, Bramwell Street Fair (Mercer) $3,500, Braxton County Fairs and Festivals Association $11,500, Braxton County Monster Fest/WV Autumn Festival $2,500, Bridgeport Bennedum Festival (Harrison) $1,500, Brooke County Fair $3,500, Bruceton Mills Good Neighbor Days (Preston) $2,000, Buckwheat Festival (Preston) $8,500, Buffalo 4th of July Celebration (Putnam) $500, Buffalo Creek Memorial (Logan) $5,000, Burlington Apple Harvest Festival (Mineral) $30,000, Burlington Pumpkin Harvest Festival (Raleigh) $5,000, Cabell County Fair $10,000, Calhoun County Wood Festival $2,000, Campbell's Creek Community Fair (Kanawha) $2,500, Cape Coalwood Festival Association (McDowell) $2,500, Capon Bridge Annual VFD Celebration (Hampshire) $1,000, Capon Bridge Founders Day Festival (Hampshire) $2,000, Capon Springs Ruritan 4th of July (Hampshire) $1,000, Carnegie Hall, Inc. (Greenbrier) $70,000, Cass Homecoming (Pocahontas) $2,000, Cedarville Town Festival (Gilmer) $1,000, Celebration in the Park (Wood) $4,000, Celebration of America (Monongalia) $6,000, Ceredo Historical Society (Wayne) $2,000, Ceredo-Kenova Railroad Museum (Wayne) $2,000, Chapmanville Apple Butter Festival (Logan) $1,000, Chapmanville Fire Department 4th of July $3,000, Charles Town Christmas Festival (Jefferson) $5,000, Charles Town Heritage Festival (Jefferson) $5,000, Cherry River Festival (Nicholas) $6,500, Chester Fireworks (Hancock) $1,500, Chester Fourth of July Festivities (Hancock) $5,000, Chief Logan State Park-Civil War Celebration (Logan $8,000, Christmas in Shepherdstown (Jefferson) $4,000, Christmas in the Park (Brooke) $5,000, Christmas in the Park (Logan) $25,000, City of Dunbar Critter Dinner (Kanawha) $10,000, City of New Martinsville Festival of Memories (Wetzel) $11,000, City of Pleasant Valley Celebration (Marion) $2,500, Civil War Horse Cavalry Race (Barbour) $1,000, Clay County Golden Delicious Apple Festival $7,000, Coal Field Jamboree (Logan) $35,000, Coalton Days Fair (Randolph) $7,000, Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society $10,000, Country Roads Festival (Fayette) $2,000, Cowen Railroad Festival (Webster) $3,500, Craigsville Fall Festival (Nicholas) $3,500, Delbarton Homecoming (Mingo) $3,500, Doddridge County Fair $7,000, Durbin Days (Pocahontas) $5,000, Elbert/Filbert Reunion Festival (McDowell) $1,500, Elizabethtown Festival (Marshall) $5,000, Elkins Randolph County 4th of July Car Show $2,000, Fairview 4th of July Celebration (Marion) $1,000, Farm Safety Day (Preston) $2,000, Fayette American Legion 4th of July $1,000, FestivALL Charleston (Kanawha) $20,000, First Stage Children's Theater Company (Cabell) $2,000, Flanagan Murrell House (Summers) $10,000, Flemington Day Fair and Festival (Taylor) $3,500, Follansbee Community Days (Brooke) $8,250, Fort Ashby Fort (Mineral) $1,500, Fort Gay Mountain Heritage Days (Wayne) $5,000, Fort New Salem (Harrison) $3,700, Fort Randolph (Mason) $5,000, Frankford Autumnfest (Greenbrier) $5,000, Franklin Fishing Derby (Pendleton) $7,500, Franklins Fireman Carnival (Pendleton) $5,000, Freshwater Folk Festival (Greenbrier) $5,000, Frieda J. Riley Award (Harrison) $3,000, Friends Auxiliary of W.R. Sharpe Hospital $5,000, Frontier Days (Harrison) $3,000, Frontier Fest/Canaan Valley (Taylor County) $5,000, Fund for the Arts-Wine & All that Jazz Festival $2,500, Gassaway Days Celebration (Braxton) $5,000, General Adam Stephen Memorial Foundation $18,525, Gilbert Kiwanis Harvest Festival (Mingo) $4,000, Gilbert Spring Fling (Mingo) $5,000, Gilmer County Farm Show $4,000, Grafton Mother's Day Shrine Committee (Taylor) $8,500, Grant County Arts Council $2,000, Grape Stomping Wine Festival (Nicholas) $2,000, Great Greenbrier River Race (Pocahontas) $10,000, Greater Quinwood Days (Greenbrier) $2,000, Green Spring Days (Hampshire) $1,000, Guyandotte Civil War Days (Cabell) $10,000, Hamlin 4th of July Celebration (Lincoln) $5,000, Hampshire Civil War Celebration Days $1,000, Hampshire County 4th of July Celebration $20,000, Hampshire County Fair $6,000, Hampshire County French & Indian War Celebration $1,000, Hampshire Heritage Days $4,000, Hancock County Oldtime Fair $5,000, Hardy County Commission - 4th of July $10,000, Hardy County Tour and Crafts Association $20,000, Hatfield McCoy Matewan Reunion Festival (Mingo) $5,000, Hatfield McCoy Trail National ATV and Dirt Bike Weekend $5,000, Heritage Craft Center of the Eastern Panhandle $7,000, Heritage Craft Festival (Monroe) $1,000, Heritage Days Festival (Roane) $1,500, Heritage Farm Museum & Village (Cabell) $50,000, Hicks Festival (Tucker) $2,000, Hilltop Festival (Huntington) $1,000, Hinton Railroad Days (Summers) $5,500, Historic Fayette Theater (Fayette) $5,500, Historic Middleway Conservancy (Jefferson) $1,000, Holly River Festival (Webster) $1,500, Hundred 4th of July (Wetzel) $7,250, Hundred American Legion Earl Kiger Post Bluegrass Festival (Wetzel) $2,000, Huntington Outdoor Theater (Cabell) $2,000, Hurricane 4th of July Celebration (Putnam) $5,000, Iaeger Lions Club Annual Golf Show (McDowell) $1,500, Iaeger Town Fair (McDowell) $1,500, Indian Mound Cemetery (Hampshire) $2,000, Irish Heritage Festival of WV (Raleigh) $5,000, Irish Spring Festival (Lewis) $1,000, Italian Heritage Festival-Clarksburg (Harrison) $30,000, Jackson County Fair $5,000, Jacksonburg Homecoming (Wetzel) $1,000, Jane Lew Arts and Crafts Fair (Lewis) $1,000, Jefferson County African American Heritage Festival $5,000, Jefferson County Black History Preservation Society $5,000, Jefferson County Fair Association $25,000, Jefferson County Historical Landmark Commission $8,000, Jersey Mountain Ruritan Pioneer Days (Hampshire) $1,000, John Henry Days Festival (Monroe) $5,000, Johnnie Johnson Blues and Jazz Festival (Marion) $5,000, Johnstown Community Fair (Harrison) $2,500, Junior Heifer Preview Show (Lewis) $2,000, Kanawha Coal Riverfest-St. Albans July $5,000, Kanawha County Fair (Kanawha) $5,000, Kay Ford Reunion (Kanawha) $2,500, Kenova Fall Festival (Wayne) $5,000, Kermit Fall Festival (Mingo) $3,000, Keyser Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration (Mineral) $1,000, King Coal Festival (Mingo) $5,000, Kingwood Downtown Street Fair and Heritage Days (Preston) $2,000, L.Z. Rainelle WV Veterans Reunion (Greenbrier) $5,000, Lady of Agriculture (Preston) $1,000, Lamb and Steer Show $9,000, Larry Joe Harless Center Octoberfest Hatfield McCoy Trail (Mingo) $10,000, Last Blast of Summer (McDowell) $5,000, Laurel Mt. Re- enactment Committee (Barbour) $3,250, Levels VFD Lawn Association (Hampshire) $1,000, Lewis County Fair Association $3,500, Lewisburg Shanghai (Greenbrier) $2,000, Lincoln County Fall Festival $8,000, Lincoln County Winterfest $5,000, Lincoln District Fair (Marion) $2,500, Lindside 4th of July (Monroe) $500, Little Birch Days Celebration (Braxton) $500, Little Levels Heritage Festival $2,000, Logan County Arts and Crafts Fair $4,000, Logan Freedom Festival $15,000, Lost Creek Community Festival $7,000, Maddie Carroll House (Cabell) $7,500, Mannington District Fair (Marion) $6,000, Maple Syrup Festival (Randolph) $1,000, Marion County FFA Farm Fest $2,500, Marmet Annual Labor Day Celebration (Kanawha) $2,000, Marshall County Antique Power Show $2,500, Marshall County Fair $7,500, Marshall County Historical Society $8,500, Mason County Fair $5,000, Mason Dixon Festival (Monongalia) $7,000, Matewan Massacre Reenactment (Mingo) $6,000, Matewan-Magnolia Fair (Mingo) $45,000, McARTS-McDowell County $20,000, McCoy Theater (Hardy) $20,000, McDowell County Fair $2,500, McGrew House History Day $2,000, McNeill's Rangers (Mineral) $8,000, Meadow Bridge Hometown Festival (Fayette) $1,250, Meadow River Days Festival $3,000, Mercer Bluestone Valley Fair $2,000, Mercer County Fair $2,000, Mid Ohio Valley Antique Engine Festival (Wood) $3,000, Milton Christmas in the Park (Cabell) $2,500, Milton Fourth of July Celebration (Cabell) $2,500, Mineral County Fair $1,750, Mineral County Veterans Day Parade $1,500, Molasses Festival (Calhoun) $2,000, Monroe County Farmer's Day - Union $2,000, Monroe County Harvest Festival $2,000, Moon Over Mountwood Fishing Festival (Wood) $3,000, Morgan County Fair-History Wagon $1,500, Morgantown Theater Company $20,000, Mothers' Day Festival (Randolph) $2,500, Moundsville Bass Festival $4,000, Moundsville July 4th Celebration (Marshall) $5,000, Mount Liberty Fall Festival (Barbour) $2,500, Mountain Fest (Monongalia) $20,000, Mountain Festival (Mercer) $4,625, Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival (Jefferson) $5,000, Mountain Music Festival (McDowell) $2,500, Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival (Berkeley) $7,500, Mountain State Arts and Crafts Fair (Jackson) $40,000, Mountain State Arts Crafts Fair Cedar Lakes (Jackson) $5,000, Mountaineer Boys' State (Lewis) $10,000, Mountaineer Hot Air Balloon Festival (Monongalia) $4,000, Mud River Festival (Lincoln) $8,000, Mullens Dogwood Festival (Wyoming) $7,000, Multi-Cultural Festival of West Virginia $20,000, Music Hall of Fame (Marion) $5,000, Nettle Festival (Pocahontas) $5,000, New Cumberland Christmas Parade (Hancock) $3,000, New Cumberland Fourth of July Fireworks (Hancock) $5,000, New River Bridge Day Festival (Fayette) $40,000, Newburg Volunteer Fireman's Field Day (Preston) $1,000, Newell Annual Clay Festival (Hancock) $3,000, Nicholas County Fair $5,000, Nicholas County Potato Festival $3,500, Nicholas Old Main Foundation (Nicholas) $2,000, Norman Dillon Farm Museum (Berkeley) $10,000, North Preston Farmers Club - Civil War Times $1,000, North River Valley Festival (Hampshire) $1,000, Northern Preston Mule Pull and Farmers Days $4,000, Oak Leaf Festival (Fayette) $6,000, Oceana Heritage Festival (Wyoming) $6,000, Oglebay City Park - Festival of Lights (Ohio) $80,000, Oglebay Festival (Ohio) $10,000, Ohio County Fair $9,000, Ohio Valley Beef Association (Wood) $2,500, Old Central City Fair (Huntington) $5,000, Old Opera House Theater Company (Jefferson) $15,000, Old Tyme Christmas (Jefferson) $2,400, Paden City Labor Day Festival (Wetzel) $6,500, Parkersburg Arts Center $20,000, Parkersburg Homecoming (Wood) $12,000, Patty Fest (Monongalia) $2,000, Paw Paw District Fair (Marion) $3,500, Pax Reunion Committee (Fayette) $5,000, Pendleton County 4-H Weekend $2,000, Pendleton County Committee for Arts $15,000, Pendleton County Fair $25,000, Pennsboro Country Road Festival (Ritchie) $2,000, Petersburg Fourth of July Celebration (Grant) $20,000, Petersburg HS Celebration (Grant) $10,000, Piedmont-Annual Back Street Festival (Mineral) $4,000, Pinch Reunion (Kanawha) $1,500, Pine Bluff Fall Festival (Harrison) $4,000, Pine Grove 4th of July Festival (Wetzel) $7,000, Pineville Festival (Wyoming) $6,000, Pleasants County Agriculture Youth Fair $5,000, Poca Heritage Days (Putnam) $3,000, Pocahontas County Pioneer Days $7,000, Pocahontas Historic Opera House $6,000, Point Pleasant Stern Wheel Regatta (Mason) $5,000, Potomac Highlands Maple Festival (Grant) $6,000, Princeton Street Fair (Mercer) $5,000, Putnam County Fair $5,000, Quartets on Parade (Hardy) $4,000, Rainelle Fall Festival (Greenbrier) $3,000, Raleigh County All Wars Museum $10,000, Rand Community Center Festival (Kanawha) $2,500, Randolph County Community Arts Council $3,000, Randolph County Fair $7,000, Randolph County Ramp and Rails $2,000, Ranson Christmas Festival (Jefferson) $5,000, Ranson Festival (Jefferson) $5,000, Ravenswood Octoberfest (Jackson) $8,000, Reedsville VFD Fair (Preston) $2,000, Renick Liberty Festival (Greenbrier) $1,000, Rhododendron Girls' State (Ohio) $10,000, Riders of the Flood (Greenbrier) $3,000, Ripley 4th of July (Jackson) $15,000, Ritchie County Fair and Exposition $5,000, Ritchie County Pioneer Days $1,000, River City Festival (Preston) $1,000, Riverfest (Marion) $2,000, Roane Co. 4-H and FFA Youth Livestock Program $5,000, Roane County Agriculture Field Day $3,000, Ronceverte River Festival (Greenbrier) $5,000, Rowlesburg Labor Day Festival (Preston) $1,000, Rupert Country Fling (Greenbrier) $3,000, Saint Spyridon Greek Festival (Harrison) $2,500, Salem Apple Butter Festival (Harrison) $4,000, Scottish Heritage Society/N.Central WV Central (Harrison) $5,000, Sistersville 4th of July Fireworks (Tyler) $5,500, Smoke on the Water (Kanawha) $2,000, Smoke on the Water (Wetzel) $3,000, Society for the Preservation of McGrew House (Preston) $3,500, Soldiers' Memorial Theater (Raleigh) $10,000, South Charleston Summerfest (Kanawha) $10,000, Southern Wayne County Fall Festival $1,000, Southern WV Veterans' Museum (Summers) $4,500, Spirit of Grafton Celebration (Taylor) $7,000, Spirit of Grafton Celebration (Taylor) $3,000, Spring Mountain Festival (Grant) $4,000, Springfield Peach Festival (Hampshire) $1,200, St. Albans City of Lights - December (Kanawha) $5,000, Stoco Reunion (Raleigh) $2,500, Stonewall Jackson Heritage Arts and Crafts $11,000, Storytelling Festival (Lewis) $500, Strawberry Festival (Upshur) $30,000, Summers County Historic Landmark Commission $5,000, Tacy Fair (Barbour) $1,000, Taste of Parkersburg (Wood) $5,000, Taylor County Fair $5,500, Terra Alta VFD 4th of July Celebration (Preston) $1,000, Those Who Served War Museum (Mercer) $4,000, Three Rivers Avian Center (Summers) $15,000, Three Rivers Coal Festival (Marion) $7,750, Thunder on the Tygart - Mothers' Day Celebration $15,000, Town of Anawalt 60th year Inc. Ceremony (McDowell) $1,500, Town of Delbarton 4th of July Celebration $3,000, Town of Fayetteville Heritage Festival (Fayette) $7,500, Town of Matoaka Hog Roast (Mercer) $1,000, Treasure Mountain Festival (Pendleton) $25,000, Tri-County Fair (Grant) $15,000, Tucker County Arts Festival and Celebration $18,000, Tucker County Fair $4,750, Tucker County Health Fair $2,000, Tug Valley Arts Council (Mingo) $5,000, Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce Coal House (Mingo) $2,000, Tunnelton Depot Days (Preston) $1,000, Tunnelton Historical Society (Preston) $2,000, Tunnelton Volunteer Fire Department (Preston) $1,000, Turkey Festival (Hardy) $3,000, Tyler County Fair $5,200, Tyler County Fourth of July $500, Uniquely West Virginia Festival (Morgan) $2,000, Upper Ohio Valley Italian Festival (Ohio) $12,000, Upshur County Fair $7,000, Valley District Fair- Reedsville (Preston) $3,500, Veterans Welcome Home Celebration (Cabell) $3,000, Vietnam Veterans of America Christmas Party (Cabell) $1,000, Volcano Days at Mountwood Park (Wood) $5,000, War Homecoming Fall Festival $1,500, Wardensville Fall Festival (Hardy) $5,000, Wayne County Fair $5,000, Wayne County Fall Festival $5,000, Webb Chapel Cemetery Association Event (Preston) $2,000, Webster County Wood Chopping Festival $15,000, Webster Wild Water Weekend $2,000, Weirton July 4th Celebration (Hancock) $20,000, Wellsburg 4th of July Celebration (Brooke) $7,500, Wellsburg Apple Festival of Brooke County $5,000, West Virginia Blackberry Festival (Harrison) $5,000, West Virginia Chestnut Festival (Preston) $1,000, West Virginia Coal Festival (Boone) $10,000, West Virginia Dairy Cattle Show $10,000, West Virginia Dandelion Festival (Greenbrier) $5,000, West Virginia Fair and Exposition (Wood) $8,100, West Virginia Fireman's Rodeo (Fayette) $2,500, West Virginia Honey Festival (Wood) $2,000, West Virginia Museum of Glass (Lewis) $5,000, West Virginia Music Hall Fame (Kanawha) $3,000, West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival (Tyler) $11,000, West Virginia Polled Hereford Assoc. $1,500, West Virginia Poultry Festival (Hardy) $5,000, West Virginia Pumpkin Festival (Cabell) $10,000, West Virginia Roundhouse Rail Days (Berkeley) $10,000, West Virginia State Folk Festival (Gilmer) $5,000, West Virginia Water Festival - City of Hinton (Summers) $16,000, West Virginia Wine & Jazz Festival (Monongalia) $9,000, West Virginia Wine and Arts Festival (Berkeley) $5,000, Weston VFD 4th of July Firemen Festival (Lewis) $2,000, Wetzel County Autumnfest $5,500, Wetzel County Town and Country Days $17,000, Wheeling Celtic Festival (Ohio) $2,000, Wheeling City of Lights (Ohio) $8,000, Wheeling Sterwheel Regatta (Ohio) $10,000, Wheeling Vintage Raceboat Regatta (Ohio) $20,000, Whipple Community Action (Fayette) $2,500, Widen Days Festival (Calhoun) $2,000, Wileyville Homecoming (Wetzel) $4,000, Wine Festival and Mountain Music Event (Harrison) $5,000, Winter Festival of the Waters (Berkeley) $5,000, Wirt County Fair $2,500, Wirt County Pioneer Days $2,000, WV State Monarch Butterfly Festival (Brooke) $5,000, WV Strawberry Festival (horse pull) $2,500, YMCA Camp Horseshoe (Ohio) $100,000, Youth Museum of Southern WV (Raleigh) $12,000, Youth Stockman Beef Expo. (Lewis) $2,000.
Any Fairs & Festival awards shall be funded in addition to, and not in lieu of, individual grant allocations derived from the Arts Council and the Cultural Grant Program allocations.
  1. -Library Commission -

Lottery Education Fund

(WV Code Chapter 10)

Fund 3559 FY 2010 Org 0433

Books and Films
179
$
450,000

Services to Libraries
180
550,000

Grants to Public Libraries182
8,348,884

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Digital Resources
309
219,992

Libraries - Special Projects
625
784,000

Infomine Network884
842,005

Total$11,194,881
  1. -Bureau of Senior Services -

Lottery Senior Citizens Fund

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 5405 FY 2010 Org 0508

Personal Services001$137,542
Annual Increment
004
2,600

Employee Benefits
010
60,120

Unclassified099
350,448

Local Programs Service Delivery Costs200
2,475,250

Silver Haired Legislature202
15,000

Area Agencies Administration 203
78,685

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Senior Citizen Centers and Programs (R) 462
2,600,000

Transfer to Division of Human Services
for Health Care and Title XIX Waiver
for Senior Citizens (R)53923,822,578
Roger Tompkins Alzheimers Respite Care
643
1,796,248

Regional Aged and Disabled
Resource Center
767
1,000,000

Senior Services Medicaid Transfer871
8,670,000

Legislative Initiatives for the Elderly904
10,000,000

Long Term Care Ombudsman
905
321,325

BRIM Premium
913
7,243

West Virginia Elder Watch
934
150,000

In-Home Services and Nutrition
for Senior Citizens917
5,700,000

Total$57,187,039
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Senior Citizen Centers and Programs (fund 5405, activity 462), and Transfer to Division of Human Services for Health Care and Title XIX Waiver for Senior Citizens (fund 5405, activity 539) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for Transfer to Division of Human Services for Health Care and Title XIX Waiver for Senior Citizens along with the federal moneys generated thereby shall be used for reimbursement for services provided under the program. Further, the program shall be preserved within the aggregate of these funds.
  1. -Community and Technical College -

Capital Improvement Fund

(WV Code Chapter 18B)


Fund 4908 FY 2010 Org 0442

Debt Service - Total (R)
310
$5,000,000

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Debt Service - Total (fund 4908, activity 310) at the close of fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

Lottery Education -

Higher Education Policy Commission -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapters 18B and 18C)


Fund 4925 FY 2010 Org 0441

Marshall Medical School -
RHI Program and Site Support (R)
033
$449,326

WVU Health Sciences -
RHI Program and Site Support (R)
035
1,236,178

RHI Program and Site Support -
District Consortia (R)
036
2,332,340

RHI Program and Site Support -
RHEP Program Administration (R)
037
178,004

RHI Program and Site Support -
Grad Med Ed and Fiscal Oversight (R)
038
101,727

Higher Education Grant Program (R)
164
3,240,668

Tuition Contract Program (R)
165
1,020,834

Minority Doctoral Fellowship (R)
166
150,000

Underwood-Smith Scholarship
Program - Student Awards (R)
167
141,142

Health Sciences Scholarship (R)
176
250,900

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences -
Rural Health Residency Program (R)
601
262,713

MA Public Health Program and
Health Science Technology (R)
623
60,030

Marshall University Graduate
College Writing Project (R)
807
24,193

WV Engineering, Science, and
Technology Scholarship Program (R)
868
470,473

Health Sciences Career
Opportunities Program (R)
869
363,675

HSTA Program (R)
870
1,343,803

WV Autism Training Center (R)
932
2,012,918

Center for Excellence in Disabilities (R)
967
277,458

Total
$
13,916,382

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations at the close of fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for Underwood-Smith Scholarship Program - Student Awards (activity 167) shall be transferred to the Underwood -Smith Teacher Scholarship Fund (fund 4922, org 0441) established by chapter eighteen-c, article four, section one.
The above appropriation for WV Engineering, Science, and Technology Scholarship Program (activity 868) shall be transferred to the West Virginia Engineering, Science and Technology Scholarship Fund (fund 4928, org 0441) established by chapter eighteen-c, article six, section one.
The above appropriation for Higher Education Grant Program (activity 164) shall be transferred to the Higher Education Grant Fund (fund 4933, Org 0441) established by W.Va. Code 18C-5-3.
Total TITLE II, Section 4 - Lottery Revenue$
166,010,000

Sec. 5. Appropriations from state excess lottery revenue fund. - In accordance with section eighteen-a, article twenty-two, chapter twenty nine of the code, the following appropriations shall be deposited and disbursed by the director of the lottery to the following accounts in this section in the amounts indicated.
After first funding the appropriations required by W.V. Code §29-22-18a, the director of the lottery shall provide funding from the state excess lottery revenue fund for the remaining appropriations in this section to the extent that funds are available. In the event that revenues to the state excess lottery revenue fund are not sufficient to meet all the appropriations made pursuant to this section, then the director of the lottery shall first provide the necessary funds to meet the appropriation for Fund 7208, activity 482 of this section; next, to provide the funds necessary for Fund 7208, activity 095 of this section; next, to provide the funds necessary for Fund 3517, activity 775 of this section; next, to provide the funds necessary for Fund 3517, activity 062, Technology System Specialists of this section; next, to provide the funds necessary for Fund 3517, activity 978 of this section. Allocation of the funds for each appropriation shall be allocated in succession before any funds are provided for the next subsequent appropriation.
  1. -Lottery Commission -

Refundable Credit

Fund 7207 FY 2010 Org 0705

Lottery
ActivityFunds
Unclassified - Total - Transfer
402
$
10,000,000

The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer (activity 402) shall be transferred to the General Revenue Fund to provide reimbursement for the refundable credit allowable under chapter eleven, article twenty-one, section twenty-one of the code. The amount of the required transfer shall be determined solely by the state tax commissioner and shall be completed by the director of the lottery upon the commissioner's request.
  1. -Lottery Commission -

General Purpose Account


Fund 7206 FY 2010 Org 0705

Unclassified - Total - Transfer402$65,000,000
The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer (activity 402) shall be transferred to the General Revenue Fund as determined by the director of the lottery.
  1. -Education Improvement Fund


Fund 4295 FY 2010 Org 0441

Unclassified - Total - Transfer402$29,000,000
The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer (activity 402) shall be transferred to the PROMISE Scholarship Fund (fund 4296, org 0441) established by chapter eighteen-c, article seven, section seven.
The Legislature has explicitly set a finite amount of available appropriations and directed the administrators of the Program to provide for the award of scholarships within the limits of available appropriations.
  1. -Economic Development Authority -

Economic Development Project Fund

Fund 9065 FY 2010 Org 0944

Debt Service - Total310$19,000,000
Pursuant to subsection (f), section eighteen-a, article twenty-two, chapter twenty-nine of the code, excess lottery revenues are authorized to be transferred to the lottery fund as reimbursement of amounts transferred to the economic development project fund pursuant to section four of this title and subsection (f), section eighteen, article twenty-two, chapter twenty-nine of the code.
  1. -School Building Authority


Fund 3514 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total096$19,000,000
Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer (fund 3514, activity 402) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -West Virginia Infrastructure Council


Fund 3390 FY 2010 Org 0316

Unclassified - Total - Transfer402$40,000,000
The above appropriation for Unclassified - Total - Transfer (activity 402) shall be transferred to the West Virginia Infrastructure Fund (fund 3384, org 0316) created by chapter thirty-one, article fifteen-a, section nine of the code.
  1. -Higher Education Improvement Fund

Fund 4297 FY 2010 Org 0441

Unclassified - Total
096$10,000,000

  1. -State Park Improvement Fund

Fund 3277 FY 2010 Org 0310

Unclassified - Total (R)
096$5,000,000

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Appropriations to the State Park Improvement Fund are not to be expended on personal services or employee benefits.
  1. -Lottery Commission -

Excess Lottery Revenue Fund Surplus

Fund 7208 FY 2010 Org 0705

Teachers' Retirement Savings Realized
095
$
6,688,000

Other Post Employee Benefits - Transfer
289
0

Unclassified - Transfer
482
62,900,000

School Access Safety
978
0

Total
$
69,588,000

The above appropriation for Unclassified - Transfer (fund 7208, activity 482) shall be transferred to the General Revenue Fund.
The above appropriation for Teachers' Retirement Savings Realized (fund 7208, activity 095) shall be transferred to the Employee Pension and Health Care Benefit Fund.
  1. -Joint Expenses

(WV Code Chapter 4)

Fund 1736 FY 2010 Org 2300

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Tax Reduction and Federal Funding Increased Compliance (TRAFFIC) - Lottery Surplus (fund 1736, activity 929) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Governor's Office

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 1046 FY 2010 Org 0100

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Publication of Papers and Transition Expenses - Lottery Surplus (fund 1046, activity 066) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Finance



Fund 2208 FY 2010 Org 0209

Enterprise Resource Planning System
Planning Project
087
$
0

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation Enterprise Resource Planning System Planning Project (fund 2208, activity 087) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation for Enterprise Resource Planning System Planning Project, activity 087, shall be expended upon consultation with the executive and legislative branches.
  1. -Office of Technology

(WV Code Chapter 5A)

Fund 2532 FY 2010 Org 0231

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Unclassified - Lottery Surplus (fund 2532, activity 928) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -West Virginia Development Office

(WV Code Chapter 5B)

Fund 3170 FY 2010 Org 0307

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Recreational Grants or Economic Development Loans (fund 3170, activity 253), Economic Development Assistance (fund 3170, activity 900), and Connectivity Research and Development - Lottery Surplus (fund 3170, activity 923) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
The above appropriation to Connectivity Research and Development - Lottery Surplus shall be used by the West Virginia Development Office for the coordinated development of technical infrastructure in areas where expanded resources and technical infrastructure may be expected or required pursuant to the provisions of 5A-6-4 of the code.
  1. -State Department of Education


Fund 3517 FY 2010 Org 0402

Student Enrichment Program
879
$
0

Retirement Systems-Unfunded Liability
775
30,530,000

School Access Safety
978
10,000,000

Technology System Specialists
062
5,000,000

Total
$
45,530,000

From the above appropriation for Technology System Specialists (activity 062), the State Department of Education shall make available matching grants of $40,000 to county boards of education for each learning technology proficient school with a minimum net enrollment of 450 students for a full-time Technology System Specialist to be employed within the school. The grants shall be awarded until funds are exhausted. The grants shall be determined on a competitive basis by the West Virginia State Department of Education and report guidelines and procedures to the Legislative Oversight Committee on Education Accountability (LOCEA). The State Department of Education shall enter an agreement with each county board of education receiving a grant specifying a county board matching obligation of at least $20,000 of the total employment costs represented by each grant-funded position and the Technology System Specialist job description and qualifications. Learning technology proficient school is hereby defined as a public school having at least one classroom computer for every five students, at least one digital projector for every five classrooms and at least one interactive whiteboard, as evidenced by the West Virginia Department of Education 2008 Digital Divide Survey.
From the above appropriation for Retirement Systems - Unfunded Liability (fund 3517, activity 775) shall be transferred to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board-West Virginia Teachers' Retirement System Employers Accumulation Fund (fund 2601).
The above appropriation for School Access Safety (fund 3517, activity 978), shall be transferred to the School Access Safety Fund (fund 3516).
From the above appropriation for School Access Safety (activity 978)up to $5,000,000 may be used to work with public schools throughout the state for tactical surveys of the school facilities.

  1. -Higher Education Policy Commission -

Administration -

Control Account

(WV Code Chapter 18B)

Fund 4932 FY 2010 Org 0441

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Advanced Technology Centers (fund 4932, activity 028), and HEAPS Grant Program (fund 4932, activity 867) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.

  1. -Division of Health -

Central Office

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 5219 FY 2010 Org 0506

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Chief Medical Examiner - Capital Improvements - Lottery Surplus (fund 5219, activity 051), and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 5219, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Department of Military Affairs and

Public Safety -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)

Fund 6005 FY 2010 Org 0601

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Interoperable Communications System (fund 6005, activity 303) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Division of Corrections -

Correctional Units

(WV Code Chapters 25, 28, 49 and 62)

Fund 6283 FY 2010 Org 0608

Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Capital Outlay, Repairs and Equipment (fund 6283, activity 589), and Capital Outlay and Maintenance (fund 6283, activity 755) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 are hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Tax Division

(WV Code Chapter 11)

Fund 7082 FY 2010 Org 0702

Any unexpended balance remaining in the appropriation for Remittance Processor - Lottery Surplus (fund 7082, activity 054) at the close of the fiscal year 2009 is hereby reappropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
Total TITLE II, Section 5 - Excess Lottery Funds
$
312,118,000

Sec. 6. Appropriations of federal funds. - In accordance with article eleven, chapter four of the code, from federal funds there are hereby appropriated conditionally upon the fulfillment of the provisions set forth in article two, eleven-b of the code the following amounts, as itemized, for expenditure during the fiscal year two thousand ten.
LEGISLATIVE

  1. -Crime Victims Compensation Fund

(WV Code Chapter 14)


Fund 8738 FY 2010 Org 2300

Federal
ActivityFunds
Unclassified - Total096$1,314,969
Federal Economic Stimulus891 348,230
Total$1,663,199
JUDICIAL

  1. -Supreme Court


Fund 8867 FY 2010 Org 2400

Unclassified - Total096$1,500,000
EXECUTIVE

  1. -Governor's Office -


American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

(WV Code Chapter 5)


Fund 8701 FY 2010 Org 0100

Federal Economic Stimulus891$266,468,000
The above appropriation for Federal Economic Stimulus shall be used in accordance with regulations and guidelines provided by the U.S. Department of Education which include restoring funding levels in the public education funding formula and higher education institutions.
  1. -Governor's Office -


Office of Economic Opportunity

(WV Code Chapter 5)


Fund 8797 FY 2010 Org 0100

Unclassified - Total096$7,272,541
Federal Economic Stimulus891 25,000,000
Total$32,272,541
  1. -Governor's Office -

Commission for National and Community Service

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 8800 FY 2010 Org 0100

Unclassified - Total096$5,662,509
Federal Economic Stimulus891 174,851
Total$5,837,360
  1. -Auditor's Office -

National White Collar Crime Center

(WV Code Chapter 12)


Fund 8807 FY 2010 Org 1200

Unclassified - Total096$14,006,826
  1. -Department of Agriculture

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 8736 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total096$4,303,826
Federal Economic Stimulus891 716,000
Total$5,019,826
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Meat Inspection

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 8737 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total096$852,868
  1. -Department of Agriculture -

State Conservation Committee

(WV Code Chapter 19)

Fund 8783 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total
096
$1,814,314

  1. -Department of Agriculture -

Land Protection Authority

Fund 8896 FY 2010 Org 1400

Unclassified - Total
096
$60,000

  1. -Secretary of State -

State Election Fund

(WV Code Chapter 3)

Fund 8854 FY 2010 Org 1600

Unclassified - Total
096
$1,290,000

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

  1. -West Virginia Prosecuting Attorney's Institute

(WV Code Chapter 7)

Fund 8834 FY 2010 Org 0228

Unclassified - Total
096$81,343

  1. -Children's Health Insurance Agency

(WV Code Chapter 5)

Fund 8838 FY 2010 Org 0230

Unclassified - Total
096
$37,948,479

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

  1. -Division of Forestry

(WV Code Chapter 19)


Fund 8703 FY 2010 Org 0305

Unclassified - Total096$4,167,091
Federal Economic Stimulus891 7,000,000
Total
$11,167,091


  1. -Geological and Economic Survey

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 8704 FY 2010 Org 0306

Unclassified - Total096
$ 380,000

Federal Economic Stimulus891 25,000
Total
$ 405,000

  1. -West Virginia Development Office

(WV Code Chapter 5B)


Fund 8705 FY 2010 Org 0307

Unclassified - Total096$ 9,684,681
  1. -Division of Labor

(WV Code Chapters 21 and 47)


Fund 8706 FY 2010 Org 0308

Unclassified - Total
096$ 566,143

  1. -Division of Natural Resources

(WV Code Chapter 20)


Fund 8707 FY 2010 Org 0310

Unclassified - Total096
$ 9,323,422

  1. -Division of Miners' Health,

Safety and Training

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 8709 FY 2010 Org 0314

Unclassified - Total096$ 784,352
  1. -Workforce West Virginia

(WV Code Chapter 23)

Fund 8835 FY 2010 Org 0323

Unclassified099$ 512,657
Reed Act 2002-Unemployment Compensation6222,850,000
Reed Act 2002-Employment Services
630
1,650,000

Total
$5,012,657

Pursuant to the requirements of 42 U.S.C. 1103, Section 903 of the Social Security Act, as amended, and the provisions of section nine, article nine, chapter twenty-one-a of the code of West Virginia, one thousand nine hundred thirty-one, as amended, the above appropriation to Unclassified shall be used by the Workforce West Virginia for the specific purpose of administration of the state's unemployment insurance program or job service activities, subject to each and every restriction, limitation or obligation imposed on the use of the funds by those federal and state statutes.
  1. -Division of Energy

(WV Code Chapter 5B)

Fund 8892 FY 2010 Org 0328

Unclassified - Total096$ 1,505,435
Federal Economic Stimulus891 27,000,000
Total
$28,505,435


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

  1. -State Department of Education

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)


Fund 8712 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total096$235,000,000
Federal Economic Stimulus891 85,000,000
Total$320,000,000
  1. -State Department of Education -

School Lunch Program

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)


Fund 8713 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total
096
$115,000,000

Federal Economic Stimulus
891
650,000

Total
$115,650,000

  1. -State Board of Education -

Vocational Division

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)


Fund 8714 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total
096$16,250,000

  1. -State Department of Education -

Aid for Exceptional Children

(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)


Fund 8715 FY 2010 Org 0402

Unclassified - Total
096$106,800,000

Federal Economic Stimulus
891 80,000,000

Total
$186,800,000

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND THE ARTS

  1. -Department of Education and the Arts -

Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)


Fund 8841 FY 2010 Org 0431

Unclassified - Total
096$325,000

Federal Economic Stimulus
891 50,000

Total
$375,000

  1. -Division of Culture and History

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 8718 FY 2010 Org 0432

Unclassified - Total
096
$2,233,324

Federal Economic Stimulus
891
300,000

Total
$2,533,324

  1. -Library Commission

(WV Code Chapter 10)


Fund 8720 FY 2010 Org 0433

Unclassified - Total096$1,950,351
  1. -Educational Broadcasting Authority

(WV Code Chapter 10)

Fund 8721 FY 2010 Org 0439

Unclassified - Total
096
$1,500,000

  1. -State Board of Rehabilitation -

Division of Rehabilitation Services

(WV Code Chapter 18)

Fund 8734 FY 2010 Org 0932

Unclassified - Total096
$32,224,316

Federal Economic Stimulus
891 4,808,444

Total
$37,032,760

  1. -State Board of Rehabilitation -

Division of Rehabilitation Services -

Disability Determination Services

(WV Code Chapter 18)


Fund 8890 FY 2010 Org 0932

Unclassified - Total
096
$ 21,731,781

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

  1. -Division of Environmental Protection

(WV Code Chapter 22)


Fund 8708 FY 2010 Org 0313

Unclassified - Total096
$153,476,907

Federal Economic Stimulus891 64,700,000
Total$218,176,907
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. -Consolidated Medical Service Fund

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 8723 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096 $7,325,557
  1. -Division of Health -

Central Office

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 8802 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096 $86,579,129
Federal Economic Stimulus891 4,256,000
Total$90,835,129
  1. -Division of Health -

West Virginia Safe Drinking Water Treatment

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 8824 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$16,000,000
Federal Economic Stimulus89114,500,000
Total$30,500,000
  1. -West Virginia Health Care Authority

(WV Code Chapter 16)

Fund 8851 FY 2010 Org 0507

Unclassified - Total096
$ 2,500,000

Federal Economic Stimulus891 3,000,000
Total $ 5,500,000
  1. -Human Rights Commission

(WV Code Chapter 5)


Fund 8725 FY 2010 Org 0510

Unclassified - Total
096 $438,899

  1. -Division of Human Services

(WV Code Chapters 9, 48 and 49)


Fund 8722 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified
099
$155,854,516

Medical Services
189
1,890,000,000

Medical Services Administrative Costs
789
66,082,651

Federal Economic Stimulus
891
221,214,902

Total
$2,333,152,069

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS

AND PUBLIC SAFETY

  1. -Office of the Secretary

(WV Code Chapter 5F)


Fund 8876 FY 2010 Org 0601

Unclassified - Total096$20,002,304
  1. -Adjutant General - State Militia

(WV Code Chapter 15)



Fund 8726 FY 2010 Org 0603

Unclassified - Total096$96,633,010
Federal Economic Stimulus891$ 4,535,000
Total$101,168,010
  1. -Division of Homeland Security and

Emergency Management

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 8727 FY 2010 Org 0606

Unclassified - Total
096$21,255,931

  1. -Division of Corrections

(WV Code Chapters 25, 28, 49 and 62)

Fund 8836 FY 2010 Org 0608

Unclassified - Total
096
$110,000

  1. -West Virginia State Police

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 8741 FY 2010 Org 0612

Unclassified - Total096$31,436,810
Federal Economic Stimulus891 485,386
Total$31,922,196
  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs

(WV Code Chapter 9A)


Fund 8858 FY 2010 Org 0613

Unclassified - Total096$11,200,000
  1. -Division of Veterans' Affairs -

Veterans' Home

(WV Code Chapter 9A)


Fund 8728 FY 2010 Org 0618

Unclassified - Total096$1,774,230
  1. -Fire Commission

(WV Code Chapter 29)

Fund 8819 FY 2010 Org 0619

Unclassified - Total096$80,000
  1. -Division of Criminal Justice Services

(WV Code Chapter 15)


Fund 8803 FY 2010 Org 0620

Unclassified - Total
096$13,146,311

Federal Economic Stimulus891 10,045,566
Total$ 23,191,877
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

  1. -Tax Division -

Consolidated Federal Fund

(WV Code Chapter 11)

Fund 8899 FY 2010 Org 0702

Unclassified - Total
096
$10,000

  1. -Insurance Commissioner

(WV Code Chapter 33)


Fund 8883 FY 2010 Org 0704

Unclassified - Total096$4,200,000
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

  1. -Division of Motor Vehicles

(WV Code Chapter 17B)


Fund 8787 FY 2010 Org 0802

Unclassified - Total096$18,167,668
  1. -Division of Public Transit

(WV Code Chapter 17)

Fund 8745 FY 2010 Org 0805

Unclassified - Total096$23,127,478
Federal Economic Stimulus89110,051,239
Total$33,178,717
  1. -Public Port Authority

(WV Code Chapter 17)

Fund 8830 FY 2010 Org 0806

Unclassified - Total096$1,050,000
BUREAU OF SENIOR SERVICES

  1. -Bureau of Senior Services

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 8724 FY 2010 Org 0508

Unclassified - Total096 $14,515,250
Federal Economic Stimulus891 340,092
Total $14,855,342
MISCELLANEOUS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

  1. -Board of Pharmacy

(WV Code Chapter 30)

Fund 8857 FY 2010 Org 0913

Unclassified - Total096$260,000
  1. -Public Service Commission -

Motor Carrier Division

(WV Code Chapter 24A)


Fund 8743 FY 2010 Org 0926

Unclassified - Total096
$1,562,171

  1. -Public Service Commission -

Gas Pipeline Division

(WV Code Chapter 24B)


Fund 8744 FY 2010 Org 0926

Unclassified - Total
096$282,370

  1. -National Coal Heritage Area Authority

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 8869 FY 2010 Org 0941

Unclassified - Total
096$600,000


  1. -Coal Heritage Highway Authority

(WV Code Chapter 29)


Fund 8861 FY 2010 Org 0942

Unclassified - Total096$ 50,000
Total TITLE II, Section 6 - Federal Funds
$4,108,936,130

Sec. 7. Appropriations from federal block grants. - The following items are hereby appropriated from federal block grants to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year 2010.
  1. -Governor's Office -

Office of Economic Opportunity

Community Services


Fund 8799 FY 2010 Org 0100

Unclassified - Total096$9,632,952
Federal Economic Stimulus891 5,597,000
Total$15,229,952
  1. -West Virginia Development Office -

Community Development


Fund 8746 FY 2010 Org 0307

Unclassified - Total096
$38,351,067

Federal Economic Stimulus
891 5,000,000

Total$43,351,067
  1. -Workforce West Virginia -

Workforce Investment Act


Fund 8749 FY 2010 Org 0323

Unclassified - Total096$25,030,749
Federal Economic Stimulus891
7,555,357

Total$32,586,106
  1. -Division of Energy -

Energy and Conservation


Fund 8702 FY 2010 Org 0328

Federal Economic Stimulus891$10,000,000
  1. -Division of Health -

Maternal and Child Health


Fund 8750 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$10,974,424
  1. -Division of Health -

Preventive Health


Fund 8753 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$2,244,387
  1. -Division of Health -

Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment


Fund 8793 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$11,586,339
  1. -Division of Health -

Community Mental Health Services


Fund 8794 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$3,345,285
  1. -Division of Health -

Abstinence Education Program


Fund 8825 FY 2010 Org 0506

Unclassified - Total096$700,000
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Energy Assistance


Fund 8755 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total096$50,000,000
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Social Services


Fund 8757 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total096$16,007,529
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

Fund 8816 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total096$130,250,890
Federal Economic Stimulus891 30,000,000
Total$160,250,890
  1. -Division of Human Services -

Child Care and Development

Fund 8817 FY 2010 Org 0511

Unclassified - Total
096$40,022,445

Federal Economic Stimulus891 6,523,500
Total$46,545,945
  1. -Division of Criminal Justice Services -

Juvenile Accountability Incentive

Fund 8829 FY 2010 Org 0620

Unclassified - Total096$500,000
Total TITLE II, Section 7 -
Federal Block Grants
$403,321,924

Sec. 8. Awards for claims against the state. - There are hereby appropriated for fiscal year 2010, from the fund as designated, in the amounts as specified, general revenue funds in the amount of $80,942, special revenue funds in the amount of $305,999 and state road funds in the amount of $508,746 for payment of claims against the state.
Sec. 9. Special revenue appropriations. - There are hereby appropriated for expenditure during the fiscal year two thousand ten appropriations made by general law from special revenues which are not paid into the state fund as general revenue under the provisions of section two, article two, chapter twelve of the code: Provided, That none of the money so appropriated by this section shall be available for expenditure except in compliance with and in conformity to the provisions of articles two and three, chapter twelve and article two, chapter eleven-b of the code, unless the spending unit has filed with the director of the budget and the legislative auditor prior to the beginning of each fiscal year:
(a) An estimate of the amount and sources of all revenues accruing to such fund;
(b) A detailed expenditure schedule showing for what purposes the fund is to be expended.
Sec. 10. State improvement fund appropriations. - Bequests or donations of nonpublic funds, received by the governor on behalf of the state during the fiscal year two thousand ten, for the purpose of making studies and recommendations relative to improvements of the administration and management of spending units in the executive branch of state government, shall be deposited in the state treasury in a separate account therein designated state improvement fund.
There are hereby appropriated all moneys so deposited during the fiscal year two thousand ten to be expended as authorized by the governor, for such studies and recommendations which may encompass any problems of organization, procedures, systems, functions, powers or duties of a state spending unit in the executive branch, or the betterment of the economic, social, educational, health and general welfare of the state or its citizens.
Sec. 11. Specific funds and collection accounts. - A fund or collection account which by law is dedicated to a specific use is hereby appropriated in sufficient amount to meet all lawful demands upon the fund or collection account and shall be expended according to the provisions of article three, chapter twelve of the code.
Sec. 12. Appropriations for refunding erroneous payment. - Money that has been erroneously paid into the state treasury is hereby appropriated out of the fund into which it was paid, for refund to the proper person.
When the officer authorized by law to collect money for the state finds that a sum has been erroneously paid, he or she shall issue his or her requisition upon the auditor for the refunding of the proper amount. The auditor shall issue his or her warrant to the treasurer and the treasurer shall pay the warrant out of the fund into which the amount was originally paid.
Sec. 13. Sinking fund deficiencies. - There is hereby appropriated to the governor a sufficient amount to meet any deficiencies that may arise in the mortgage finance bond insurance fund of the West Virginia housing development fund which is under the supervision and control of the municipal bond commission as provided by section twenty-b, article eighteen, chapter thirty-one of the code, or in the funds of the municipal bond commission because of the failure of any state agency for either general obligation or revenue bonds or any local taxing district for general obligation bonds to remit funds necessary for the payment of interest and sinking fund requirements. The governor is authorized to transfer from time to time such amounts to the municipal bond commission as may be necessary for these purposes.
The municipal bond commission shall reimburse the state of West Virginia through the governor from the first remittance collected from the West Virginia housing development fund or from any state agency or local taxing district for which the governor advanced funds, with interest at the rate carried by the bonds for security or payment of which the advance was made.
Sec. 14. Appropriations for local governments. - There are hereby appropriated for payment to counties, districts and municipal corporations such amounts as will be necessary to pay taxes due counties, districts and municipal corporations and which have been paid into the treasury:
(a) For redemption of lands;
(b) By public service corporations;
(c) For tax forfeitures.
Sec. 15. Total appropriations. - Where only a total sum is appropriated to a spending unit, the total sum shall include personal services, annual increment, employee benefits, current expenses, repairs and alterations, equipment and capital outlay, where not otherwise specifically provided and except as otherwise provided in TITLE I - GENERAL PROVISIONS, Sec. 3.
Sec. 16. General school fund. - The balance of the proceeds of the general school fund remaining after the payment of the appropriations made by this act is appropriated for expenditure in accordance with section sixteen, article nine-a, chapter eighteen of the code.
TITLE III - ADMINISTRATION.

Section 1. Appropriations conditional. - The expenditure of the appropriations made by this act, except those appropriations made to the legislative and judicial branches of the state government, are conditioned upon the compliance by the spending unit with the requirements of article two, chapter eleven-b of the code.
Where spending units or parts of spending units have been absorbed by or combined with other spending units, it is the intent of this act that appropriations and reappropriations shall be to the succeeding or later spending unit created, unless otherwise indicated.
Sec. 2. Constitutionality. - If any part of this act is declared unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, its decision shall not affect any portion of this act which remains, but the remaining portion shall be in full force and effect as if the portion declared unconstitutional had never been a part of the act.
On motion of Delegate White, the report of the Committee of Conference was adopted.
The bill, as amended by said report, was then put upon its passage.
On the passage of the bill, the yeas and nays were taken (Roll No. 533), and there were--yeas 81, nays 10, paired 4, absent and not voting 5, with the nays, paired and absent and not voting and paired being as follows:
Nays: Andes, Armstead, Blair, Cowles, Duke, Lane, Overington, Porter, Shott and Sobonya.
Paired:
Manchin (Yea)
Walters (Nay)

Manypenny (Yea)
J. Miller (Nay)

Absent And Not Voting: Beach, Brown, Cann, McGeehan and Staggers.
So, a majority of the members elected to the House of Delegates having voted in the affirmative, the Speaker declared the bill (Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010) passed.
Delegate Boggs moved that the bill take effect from its passage.
On this question, the yeas and nays were taken (Roll No. 534), and there were--yeas 86, nays 5, paired 4, absent and not voting 5, with the nays, paired and absent and not voting and paired being as follows:
Nays: Andes, Cowles, Overington, Shott and Sobonya.
Paired:
Manchin (Yea)
Walters (Nay)

Manypenny (Yea)
J. Miller (Nay)

Absent And Not Voting: Beach, Brown, Cann, McGeehan and Staggers.
So, two thirds of the members elected to the House of Delegates having voted in the affirmative, the Speaker declared the bill (Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010) takes effect from its passage.
Ordered, That the Clerk of the House communicate to the Senate the action of the House of Delegates and request concurrence therein.
At 4:32 p.m., on motion of Delegate Boggs, the House of Delegates recessed until 6:30 p.m., and reconvened at that time.
Miscellaneous Business

Unanimous consent having been obtained, Delegate Sobonya addressed the House concerning the Budget Bill.
At the conclusion of her remarks, Delegate Ireland asked and obtained unanimous consent that her remarks be printed in the Appendix to the Journal.
Delegate Cowles also addressed the House concerning the Budget Bill, and at the conclusion of his remarks, Delegate Sobonya asked and obtained unanimous consent that they be printed in the Appendix to the Journal.
Delegate Duke addressed the House concerning the Budget appropriations.
At the conclusion of his remarks, Delegate Sumner asked and obtained unanimous consent that they be printed in the Appendix to the Journal.
Delegate Shott submitted the following vote explanation on the passage of Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010, as follows:
Delegate Shott. My vote against the Budget Bill (Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010) was in no way a vote against the expenditure of funds that support education, health care and the many necessary and worthwhile agencies and programs that provide services to West Virginians.  Rather, my vote against the budget was a protest against the failure of state government to take any meaningful action to "tighten its belt," as most West Virginians have been required to do during these difficult times, and the failure to pass any legislation to ease the economic burdens facing most West Virginians.  Not only did state government fail to "tighten its belt," but the total spending authorized for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2009, actually increased.
            Even more troubling is state government's attitude that it should take more from West Virginians instead of spending what it has already taken.  Nearly all West Virginians would agree that government should not take more than it needs to operate effectively and efficiently.  However, the government has accumulated "pockets" of money in numerous accounts that it does not need for current operations and which it categorizes as "rainy day funds," "reserves," "unexpended balances," and other similar terms.  Yet, even in the extremely difficult economic times we are experiencing, there was very little effort to determine what funds are "squirreled away" in these pockets and how they could be used to reduce taxes on struggling West Virginians and to avoid harmful tax increases on businesses upon which West Virginians rely to provide jobs.
            I support and will continue to work for improvements to our public and higher education system, to our health care system, to our law enforcement and legal system, and those agencies and programs that serve our youth, senior citizens, and those who are disabled or economically disadvantaged.  My vote against this Budget was based upon my belief that those West Virginians whom I represent would want me to speak out against the refusal of state government to make the same sacrifices they have had to make and to insist that state government wisely and effectively use what funds it has already taken from West Virginians.
John H. Shott
Delegate, 24th District
Messages from the Senate

A message from the Senate, by
The Clerk of the Senate, announced the adoption of the report of the Committee of Conference on, and the passage, as amended by said report, to take effect from passage, and requested the concurrence of the House of Delegates in the passage, of
Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010, Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution.
At the request of Delegate Wells, and by unanimous consent, permission was granted the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, after it had examined, found truly enrolled and presented to His Excellency, the Governor, for his action, bills passed but not presented to him prior to the adjournment of this session of the Legislature, to file its report with the Clerk and that such reports be included in the final Journal of this session, and that communications from His Excellency, the Governor, as to his action on bills after adjournment of the session, also be included in the Journal.
In accordance with the foregoing unanimous consent request, Delegate Wells filed reports of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bill as follows:
June 1, 2009

(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2423), Relating to the Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2535), Creating a tax credit for certain solar energy systems,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2701), Relating to an escape of any person from the custody of the Division of Juvenile Services,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2771), Relating to the West Virginia Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace Act,
(Enr. H. B. 2920), Eliminating the felony conviction for a second or subsequent conviction of petit larceny,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2926), Establishing a procedure for challenging a candidate's qualifications for elected office,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3120), Increasing the WV Prosecuting Attorneys Institute's executive council's elected members from five to seven and permitting the appointment of special prosecutors in juvenile delinquency, child abuse or neglect proceedings,
( Enr. H. B. 3170), Relating to WV Guardianship and Conservatorship Act,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3194), Making it a misdemeanor to knowingly file false information with the Secretary of State.
(Enr. H. B. 3197), Authorizing municipalities to permit nonpolice officers to issue citations for littering,
And,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3288), Relating to mental health parity.
June 3, 2009

(Com. Sub. for H. B. 2010), Budget Bill, making appropriations of public money out of the treasury in accordance with section fifty-one, article six of the Constitution,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 239), Allowing majority vote for certain metro government approval,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 414), Creating Governor's Office of Health Enhancement and Lifestyle Planning,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 501), Prohibiting animal gas chamber euthanasia,
(Enr. S. B. 528), Relating to certain fees collected by county clerks,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 695), Relating to payment for certain state employees' unused sick leave,
And,
(Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 715), Establishing Chesapeake Bay Restoration Initiative.
On motion of Delegate Boggs, the Speaker was authorized to appoint a committee of three to notify the Senate that the House of Delegates had completed the business of the First Regular Session of the Seventy-ninth Legislature and was ready to adjourn sine die.
Whereupon,
The Speaker appointed as members of such committee the following:
Delegates Iaquinta, Shook and Schadler.
On motion of Delegate Boggs, the Speaker was authorized to appoint a committee of three on the part of the House of Delegates, to join with a similar committee of the Senate, to inform His Excellency, the Governor, that the Legislature was ready to adjourn sine die.
Whereupon,
The Speaker appointed as members of such committee:
Delegates Moore, D. Poling and Evans.

Messages from the Senate

A message from the Senate, by
Senators Yost, White and Sypolt, announced that the Senate had completed the business of this First Regular Session and was ready to adjourn sine die.
Delegate Iaquinta, from the committee to notify the Senate of impending sine die adjournment, announced that the committee had performed that duty.
Delegate Moore, from the committee to inform His Excellency, the Governor, that the Legislature had completed the business of this Second Regular Session and was ready to adjourn sine die, announced the performance of that duty.
Messages from the Executive

Subsequent to the adjournment of the session, communications were received from His Excellency, the Governor, advising that on April 12, 2009, communications were received from His Excellency, the Governor, advising that on April 11, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2225, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2305, H. B. 2474, H. B. 2652, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2702, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2703, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2904, H. B. 3066, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3076, H. B. 3189, Com. Sub. for S. B. 263, Com. Sub. for S. B. 307, Com. Sub. for S. B. 341, S. B. 346, S. B. 436 and Com. Sub. for 453; and on April 13, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for S. B. 321; and on April 16, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for S. B. 552; and on April 17, 2009, he approved S. B. 771, S. B. 772 and S. B. 773; and on April 20, 2009, he approved H. B. 2404, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2738, H. B. 3229, Com. Sub. for S. B. 259, Com. Sub. for S. B. 284, S. B. 487, Com. Sub. for S. B. 526, S. B. 572, S. B. 587 and S. B. 588; and on April 21, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2757, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3082, Com. Sub. for S. B. 261, Com. Sub. for S. B. 384, S. B. 431, S. B. 473, Com. Sub. for S. B. 489, S. B. 719 and S. B. 760; and on April 24, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2170, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2418, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2419, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2421, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2464, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2504, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2530, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2532, H. B. 2541, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2567, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2685; and on April 30, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2222, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2407, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2569, H. B. 2651, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2684, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2694, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2719, H. B. 2734, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2739, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2742, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2753, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2819, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2839, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2863, H. B. 2950, H. B. 2952, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3036, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3134, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3196, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3305, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3313, S. B. 12, Com. Sub. for S. B. 153, Com. Sub. for S. B. 370, Com. Sub. for S. B. 405, S. B. 424, S. B. 476, S. B. 493, S. B. 503, Com. Sub. for S. B. 612 and S. B. 764; and on May 4, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2335, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2360, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2401, H. B. 2536, H. B. 2539, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2557, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2566, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2660, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2690, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2737, H. B. 2841, Com. Sub. for 2860, H. B. 3340, Com. Sub. for S. B. 600, S. B. 610 and Com. Sub. for S. B. 694; and on May 6, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2869, H. B. 2913, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2916, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2999, H. B. 3011, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3017, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3063, H. B. 3155, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3240, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3336, Com. Sub. for S. B. 613, Com. Sub. for S. B. 631 and S. B. 767; and on May 7, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2218, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2528, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2788, H. B. 2884, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2958, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2976, Com. Sub. for S. B. 278, Com. Sub. for S. B. 398, Com. Sub. for S. B. 451, S. B. 515, Com. Sub. for. S. B. 533, Com. Sub. for S. B. 537, Com. Sub. for S. B. 540, Com. Sub. for S. B. 575, Com. Sub. for S. B. 687 and Com. Sub. for S. B. 706; and on May 8, 2009, he approved H. B. 2981, H. B. 3047, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3074, H. B. 3295, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3314, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3339Com. Sub. for S. B. 99, Com. Sub. for S. B. 195, Com. Sub. for S. B. 243, Com. Sub. for S. B. 244, Com. Sub. for S. B. 258, S. B. 262, Com. Sub. for S. B. 293, S. B. 306, Com. Sub. for S. B. 318, S. B. 322, S. B. 344, S. B. 347, Com. Sub. for S. B. 382, Com. Sub. for S. B. 404, Com. Sub. for S. B. 408, S. B. 425, S. B. 434, Com. Sub. for S. B. 440, Com. Sub. for S. B. 456, S. B. 464, S. B. 468, S. B. 481, S. B. 490, S. B. 492, Com. Sub. for S. B. 494, S. B. 495, Com. Sub. for S. B. 532, S. B, 556, S. B. 594, S. B. 595, S. B. 632, S. B. 636, Com. Sub. for S. B. 641, S. B. 669 and S. B. 761; and on May 11, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2309, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2531, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2695, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2885, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3195, Com. Sub. for S. B. 172, Com. Sub. for S. B. 227, Com. Sub. for S. B. 246, Com. Sub. for S. B. 256, S. B. 335, S. B. 338, Com. Sub. for S. B. 373, S. B. 445 and Com. Sub. for S. B. 470; and on May 12, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2723, H. B. 2801, Com. Sub. for H. B. 2877, H. B. 2831, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3278, Com. Sub. for S. B. 279, Com. Sub. for S. B. 280, Com. Sub. for S. B. 326, Com. Sub. for S. B. 472, Com. Sub. for S. B. 498, Com. Sub. for S. B. 724 and S. B. 756; and on May 13, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 3146, Com. Sub. for H. B. 3208, Com. Sub. for S. B. 339, Com. Sub. for S. B. 461 and S. B. 521; and on May 18, 2009, he approved Com. Sub. for H. B. 2968; and on June 5, 2009, he approved Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2423, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2535, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2701, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2771, Enr. H. B. 2920, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 2926, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3120, Enr. H. B. 3170, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3194, Enr. H. B. 3197, Enr. Com. Sub. for H. B. 3288, Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 239, Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 414, Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 501, Enr, S. B. 528, Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B.695 and Enr. Com. Sub. for S. B. 715.
Subsequent to the adjournment of session, the following communication was received from His Excellency, the Governor, setting forth his disapproval of bills heretofore passed by both houses as follows:
State of West Virginia

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Charleston, WV 25305

May 7, 2009

Veto Message
The Honorable Richard Thompson
Speaker
West Virginia House of Delegates
State Capitol
Charleston, WV 25305
Dear Speaker Thompson:
Pursuant to the provisions of Section Fourteen, Article VII of the Constitution of West Virginia, I hereby disapprove and return Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 484. Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 484, if approved, would amend the State's property tax assessment and appeals process and define certain terms. I must object to this Bill because of technical infirmities, including the need for technical revision of certain definitions and
revision of specified dates regarding the property valuation and assessment process. The definition
of "assessment year" is problematic because it would create confusion as to the appropriate date to
assess real and personal property, and could be interpreted to require property be assessed based on
its value determined over the span of a year, instead of on a date certain. The definition of "tax year"
set forth in the Bill conflicts with the definition of the same term in §11-5-3 of the Code of West
Virginia, which in some cases applies to the same property. References to the term "the year preceding the assessment year" are erroneous, and create flawed, arguably impossible, timing requirements for reviews of appraisals by the Tax Commissioner and for appeals of valuation by
taxpayers.
For these reasons, I must veto Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 484. Nevertheless, I urge the Legislature to amend the Bill and return it for approval.
Very truly yours,
Joe Manchin, III
Governor.
State of West Virginia

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Charleston, WV 25305

May 8, 2009

Veto Message
The Honorable Richard Thompson
Speaker
West Virginia House of Delegates
State Capitol
Charleston, WV 25305
Dear Speaker Thompson:
Pursuant to the provisions of Section Fourteen, Article Seven of the Constitution of West Virginia, I hereby disapprove and return Enrolled Senate Bill No. 507. Enrolled Senate Bill No.507 would require the West Virginia Clean Coal Technology Council to "[s]tudy carbon capture and control technology and report the results of the study quarterly to the Joint Committee on Government Finance." I must object to this Bill for two reasons. First, the West Virginia Clean Coal Technology Council expired on July 1,2005 and is now defunct. Second, the study required by the Bill would duplicate the provisions of Enrolled Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 2860, which establishes a Working Group to study carbon capture and sequestration and report to the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection and the Legislature on its findings.
For these reasons, I must veto this legislation.
Very truly yours,
Joe Manchin, III
Governor.
State of West Virginia

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Charleston, WV 25305

May 7, 2009

Veto Message
The Honorable Richard Thompson
Speaker
West Virginia House of Delegates
State Capitol
Charleston, WV 25305
Dear Speaker Thompson:
Pursuant to the provisions of Section Fourteen, Article VII of the Constitution of West Virginia, I hereby disapprove and return Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 672. Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 672 would require the payment of increased Medicaid reimbursement rates to providers of behavioral health care services. Principally, the Bill is intended to increase funding for behavioral health and rehabilitation services provided by thirteen community-based comprehensive behavioral health centers. If approved, the Bill would codify reimbursement rate increases for thirty-two specific Medicaid service codes. After many thoughtful hours of deliberation and meetings with groups concerned about behavioral health care, I have decided to veto the Bill because it sets a precarious legal precedent for Medicaid and does not fairly address the need for additional resources throughout the entire behavioral health care system.
I agree that more public resources should be committed to behavioral health care in West Virginia. Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 687, which I will approve with my signature today, reestablishes the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission, a body charged
with finding solutions to problems within West Virginia's behavioral health care system. I have asked the Commission to provide immediate recommendations for increases in behavioral health
care spending, including recommendations for effective Medicaid reimbursement rate increases.
To pay for increases the Commission recommends, I have proposed to the Legislature a commitment of $12,000,000 in new state and federal dollars for behavioral health care. These additional funds will be utilized throughout the entire behavioral health care system to provide help
to people who are truly in need of critical services, including community-based services.
I commend the Legislature for working to improve our behavioral health care system, and
I thank the supporters of Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 672 for bringing the emergent needs of the behavioral health care community to the forefront. I am committed to improving behavioral health care, expanding community-based services and alleviating pressures
on our State hospitals and jails, and I truly believe that additional funding and the continuation of
the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Commission are significant steps toward achieving those goals. However, for all of the reasons above, I must veto Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate
Bill No. 672.
Very truly yours,
Joe Manchin, III
Governor.
State of West Virginia

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

Charleston, WV 25305

June 5, 2009

The Honorable Natalie E. Tennant
Secretary of State
State of West Virginia
Building 1, Suite 157-K
State Capitol
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
Dear Secretary Tennant:
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 51, Article VI of the Constitution of West Virginia, I hereby return Enrolled Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 2010, passed May 31, 2009, approved with the following objections.
My first objection to the Bill is contained in Item 60, page 64, line 35, which states:
"Health Right Free Clinics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .727 4,249,336"
Being acutely aware of the national economy, the budget deficits currently facing the vast majority of states, and the future funding challenges in West Virginia's Medicaid program, it is imperative that a cautious and prudent approach be taken to avoid building the State's base budget. The above appropriation of $4,249,336 is $500,000 above the funding available in FY 2009. In addition, funding available for this program increased by $1,000,000 from FY 2008 to FY 2009. Therefore, I am reducing the base building appropriation by the amount of $500,000, to $3,749,336. I will, however, submit to the Legislature a request for a one-time supplemental appropriation in the amount of $300,000 to support this program.
My second objection to the Bill is contained in Item 64, page 71, line 23, which states:
"In-Home Family Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .688 1,250,000"
Being acutely aware of the national economy, the budget deficits currently facing the vast
majority of states, and the future funding challenges in West Virginia's Medicaid program, it is
imperative that a cautious and prudent approach be taken to avoid building the State's base budget. The above appropriation of $1,250,000 is $500,000 above the funding available in FY 2009. In addition, funding available for this program increased by $145,000 from FY 2008 to FY 2009. Therefore, I am reducing the base building appropriation by the amount of $500,000, to $750,000. I will, however, submit to the Legislature a one-time supplemental appropriation for $300,000 to support this program.
My third objection to the Bill is contained in Item 64, page 72, line 32 through line 33, which
states:
"Grants for Licensed Domestic Violence Programs
and Statewide Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
750
2,500,000"

Being acutely aware of the national economy, the budget deficits currently facing the vast
majority of states, and the future funding challenges in West Virginia's Medicaid program, it is imperative that a cautious and prudent approach be taken to avoid building the State's base budget. The above appropriation of $2,500,000 is $1,000,000 above the funding available in FY 2009. Therefore, I am reducing the base building appropriation by the amount of $1, 000, 000, to $1,500,000. I will, however, submit to the Legislature a one-time supplemental appropriation for $1,000,000 to support this program.
My fourth objection to the Bill is contained in Item 274, page 204, line 4, which states:
"Technology System Specialists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
062
5,000,000"

Being acutely aware of the national economy and of the budget deficits currently facing many
other states, it is imperative that a cautious and prudent approach is taken to avoid building the State's base budget. The above appropriation of $5,000,000 would start a new program for FY 2010 that has not been fully vetted to determine if there is redundancy with existing programs or a true need. Therefore, I am reducing the appropriation by its full amount, $5,000,000, to $0, to prevent base building of the budget.
My fifth objection to the Bill is contained in the language found in Item 274, page 205, line 6 through line 28, which states:
"From the above appropriation for Technology System Specialists (activity 062), the State
Department of Education shall make available matching grants of $40,000 to county boards of education for each learning technology proficient school with a minimum net enrollment of 450 students for a full-time Technology System Specialist to be employed within the school. The grants
shall be awarded until funds are exhausted. The grants shall be determined on a competitive basis
by the West Virginia State Department of Education and report guidelines and procedures to the Legislative Oversight Committee on Education Accountability (LOCEA). The State Department of Education shall enter an agreement with each county board of education receiving a grant specifying a county board matching obligation of at least $20,000 of the total employment costs represented by each grant-funded position and the Technology System Specialist job description and qualifications. Learning technology proficient school is hereby defined as a public school having at least one classroom computer for every five students, at least one digital projector for every five classrooms and at least one interactive whiteboard, as evidenced by the West Virginia Department of Education 2008 Digital Divide Survey."
As fully set forth in my fourth objection herein, I am deleting the funding of$5,000,000 for
Technology System Specialists. Therefore, I am deleting the corresponding language in its entirety
contained from line 6 through line 28, on page 205.
For the reasons stated herein, I have approved, with the above objections, Enrolled Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 2010.
Sincerely,
Joe Manchin, III
Governor.
There being no further business to come before the House, at 6:46 p.m., on motion of Delegate Boggs, the House of Delegates adjourned sine die.


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We hereby certify that the forgoing record of the proceedings of the House of Delegates, First Regular Session, 2009, is the official Journal of the House of Delegates for said session.




Richard Thompson
Speaker of the House of Delegates



Gregory M. Gray

Clerk of the House of Delegates


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