First Regular Session

Sixty-first General Assembly

LLS NO. 97-0266.01D JBC SENATE BILL 97-187

STATE OF COLORADO

BY SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto;

also REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero.

APPROPRIATIONS

A BILL FOR AN ACT

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of local affairs.

Bill Summary

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced and does not necessarily reflect any amendments which may be subsequently adopted.)

Makes a supplemental appropriation to the department of local affairs.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

SECTION 1. Part XII of section 2 of chapter 324, Session Laws of Colorado 1996, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

ITEM &
SUBTOTAL

$
TOTAL


$
GENERAL
FUND

$
GENERAL
FUND
EXEMPT
$

CASH
FUNDS

$
CASH
FUNDS
EXEMPT
$
FEDERAL
FUNDS

$

PART XII

DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE













(A) Administration














Personal Services

813,744



449,431






364,313

(T)a






(7.0 FTE)






(7.0 FTE)




Health, Life, and Dental

439,973



251,698




4,838

b

12,946

c

170,491


Short-term Disability

14,276



12,569




335

b

1,372

c



Salary Survey and Anniversary Increases

340,630



233,071




8,161

b

23,301

c

76,097


Workers' Compensation

19,629



17,887




216

b

1,526

c



Operating Expenses

519,104



380,709






28,263

d

110,132


Legal Services for 2,535 3,285 hours

120,278



96,221






20,451

c

3,606



158,725



134,668










Purchase of Services from Computer Center

5,918



5,583






335

c



Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

165,925



150,828






15,097

c



Vehicle Lease Payments

98,004



98,004










ADP Capital Outlay

17,353



15,472






1,881

c



Leased Space

25,460



23,745






1,715

(T)e



Capitol Complex Leased Space

310,826



276,098




219

f

9,170

g

25,339


Indirect Cost Assessment

364,313







9,491

h

354,822

i




3,255,433














3,293,880



























a This amount shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

b These amounts shall be from various sources of cash funds.

c These amounts shall be from various sources of cash funds exempt.

d Of this amount, $17,207(T) shall be from state agency user charges for the Automated Mapping System, $7,218 shall be from the State Lottery Fund, and $3,838(T) shall be from Limited Gaming Funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

e Of this amount, $1,143 shall be from the Local Government Severance Tax Fund, and $572 shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund.

f Of this amount, $100 shall be from the Nonresidential Structure Regulation Fund and $119 shall be from the Local Utility Management Assistance Fund.

g Of this amount, $5,150(T) shall be from the Local Government Severance Tax Fund, $2,575(T) shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund, $595 shall be from the Local Utility Management Assistance Fund and $850(T) shall be from limited gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.

h Of this amount, $1,399 shall be from Local Utility Management Assistance funds and $8,092 shall be from the Nonresidential Structure Regulation Fund.

i Of this amount, $112,862(T) shall be from the Office of Emergency Management, $35,037(T) shall be from the Office of Rural Job Training, $26,598(T) shall be from the Local Government Severance Tax Fund, $73,176(T) shall be from the HUD Programs, $29,208(T) shall be from the Community Services Block Grant, $34,539(T) shall be from the Community Development Block Grant, $13,299(T) shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund, $6,785 shall be from the State Lottery Fund, $6,995 shall be from Local Utility Management Assistance funds, $6,573(T) shall be from limited gaming funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue, and $9,750(T) shall be from the Department of Education.















(B) Youth Crime Prevention and Positive Intervention Programs










Family Development Center Grants69

960,000













Build A Generation Program Grants

300,000













Prevention/Intervention Grants116

7,000,000














8,260,000



8,260,000


























11,515,433














11,553,880


























(2) PROPERTY TAXATION













Board of Assessment Appeals

612,408














(16.0 FTE)













Property Taxation

2,091,241














(42.0 FTE)













Property Tax Advisory Committee

2,423













State Board of Equalization

16,091














2,722,163


2,722,163
























(3) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT













(A) Division of Housing














Personal Services

824,863



824,863














(15.0 FTE)










Factory Built Commercial Buildings Inspections

71,288







71,288

a












(1.0 FTE)






HUD Programs - Personal Services

491,500











491,500














(9.6 FTE)


Housing Rehabilitation and Construction Grants

600,000



600,000










Section 8 Grants

2,589,109











2,589,109


Housing Assistance Voucher Program

2,270,000











2,270,000


Emergency Shelter Program

893,450











893,450


HUD Housing Assistance

3,783,226











3,783,226


Housing Seminars

30,000







30,000

b






11,553,436



























a This amount shall be from the Nonresidential Structure Regulation Fund pursuant to Section 24-32-1905, C.R.S.

b This amount shall be from user fees.















(B) Division of Local Government












Personal Services

1,158,215



1,084,086




15,703

a

58,426

(T)b







(18.7 FTE)




(0.5 FTE)


(1.0 FTE)




Local Utility Management Assistance

84,585







14,041

c

70,544

d











53,322

c

31,263

d











(0.3 FTE)


(1.7 FTE)











(1.2 FTE)


(0.8 FTE)




Local Government













Training Seminars

40,000







40,000

e





Bond Allocation Committee

2,850



2,850










Nonrated Public Securities

15,000







15,000

f













(0.5 FTE)







1,300,650



























a This amount shall be from user charges for the Automated Mapping System.

b Of this amount, $4,000 shall be from state agency user charges for the Automated Mapping System, and $54,426 shall be from the State Lottery Fund.

c This amount shall be from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority pursuant to Section 37-95-107.6, C.R.S.

d This amount shall be from federal funds received from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority pursuant to Section 37-95-107.6, C.R.S.

e This amount shall be from fees paid by seminar participants.

f This amount shall be from the Nonrated Public Securities Cash Fund pursuant to Section 11-58-106(5), C.R.S.















(C) Conservation Trust Fund

26,560,000









26,560,000

a

















a This amount shall be from the State Lottery Fund pursuant to Section 24-35-210(4)(b), C.R.S.















(D) Contiguous County Limited Gaming Impact Fund

2,750,000









2,750,000

(T)a

















a This amount shall be from Limited Gaming Funds appropriated in the Department of Revenue.















(E) Community Partnership Office













(1) Americorp Community Service Program












Personal Services

160,232














(3.4 FTE)













Service Programs

2,102,763














2,262,995











2,262,995
















(2) U. S. Department of Education Grant













Personal Services

66,388














(1.0 FTE)













Service Programs

1,581,149














1,647,537











1,647,537
















(3) U.S. Department of Justice Grant













Program Costs

75,000











75,000



(1.0 FTE)





























46,149,618


























(4) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT













(A) Community Development













(1) Field Services Program Costs

1,892,224



961,912






439,208

(T)a

491,104






(12.5 FTE)






(7.0 FTE)


(8.7 FTE)
















a Of this amount, $256,865 shall be from the Local Government Severance Tax Fund, $132,324 shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund, and $50,019 shall be from Limited Gaming Funds in the Department of Revenue.















(2) Office of Emergency Management













Program Costs

6,566,303







40,000

a

20,000

b

6,506,303














(18.5 FTE)
















a This amount shall be from local government emergency training programs.

b This amount shall be from the non-appropriated budget of the Colorado Department of Transportation.















(3) Grants














Community Services Block Grant

2,665,854











2,665,854


Community Development Block Grant

11,200,000











11,200,000


Severance Tax Funds

15,000,000







12,500,000

a

2,500,000

b



Mineral Impact Funds

12,600,000









12,600,000

c



Rural Development Coordination Grant

170,000











170,000


Economic Development Administration Grant Program

12,000











12,000


Search and Rescue

433,846







363,846

d

70,000

e




(0.3 FTE)














42,081,700














a This amount shall be from the Local Government Severance Tax Fund pursuant to Section 39-29-110(1)(a), C.R.S.

b This amount shall be from reserves in the Local Government Severance Tax Fund.

c This amount shall be from the Local Government Mineral Impact Fund pursuant to Section 34-63-102(5)(a), C.R.S., which is comprised of federal mineral leasing revenues and the existing fund balance.

d This amount shall be from the Search and Rescue Fund.

e This amount shall be from reserves in the Search and Rescue Fund.















(4) Office of Rural Job Training













Program Costs

7,919,437









7,919,437

(T)a













(49.0 FTE)


















a This amount shall be from federal funds appropriated in the Office of the Governor.















(B) Economic Development













(1) Motion Picture and Television Production Program Costs

393,947