First Regular Session

Sixty-first General Assembly

LLS NO. 97-0270.01D JBC SENATE BILL 97-191

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 public health and environment.

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 public health and environment.

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

SECTION 1. Part XVI 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 XVI

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT















(1) ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT132, 133












Personal Services

3,064,295



88,561




30,285

a

2,945,449

b







327,445






2,706,565

b




(65.7 FTE)













Sick and Annual Payouts

466,461









466,461

b



Health, Life, and Dental

1,397,815



252,302




424,348

a

354,865

b

366,300


Short-term Disability

64,569



12,075




19,895

a

14,840

b

17,759


Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases and Shift Differential

1,431,552



270,065




498,194

a

324,633

b

338,660


Workers' Compensation

370,102



44,322






325,780

b



Operating Expenses

1,617,995









1,569,495

b

48,500


Legal Services for 22,495 Hours

1,067,315



208,058




50,707

a

743,370

b

65,180


Administrative Law Judge Services for 30 177 Hours

2,577



2,577











15,189



15,189










Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

173,143



44,155






128,988

b



Vehicle Lease Payments

231,101



61,776




57,883

a

42,732

b

68,710


Leased Space

3,503,147



66,835






3,429,294

b

7,018


Capitol Complex Leased Space

21,751



4,263






17,488

b



Utilities

279,772



34,733




183

a

244,856

b



Reimbursement for Members of the State Board of Health

4,868



4,868










Indirect Cost Assessment

47,900







8,195

a

32,280

b

7,425




13,277,902














13,756,975


























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

b Of these amounts, $9,216,455(T) $9,444,032(T) shall be from federal and cash funds indirect cost recoveries, $107,640(T) shall be from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, $109,692(T) shall be from the Department of Human Services, and $740,283 shall be from various sources of cash funds exempt.















(2) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES












Personal Services

1,413,167



611,750

(M)


143,327

a

420,368

b

237,722

c





(15.2 FTE)



(1.0 FTE)

(7.3 FTE)


(6.0 FTE)










(2.4 FTE)




(4.6 FTE)


Operating Expenses

475,751



113,710

(M)


89,376

a

206,130

b

66,535

c

Purchase of Services from Computer Center

221,731



221,731










Indirect Cost Assessment

86,228







20,194

a



66,034

c



2,196,877


























a Of these amounts, $52,748 shall be from hazardous materials and waste management, $51,226 shall be from stationary sources fees, $22,616 shall be from stormwater fees, $19,098 shall be from vital records, $17,039 shall be from radiation control fees, $13,707 shall be from water permit fees, and $76,463 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of these amounts, $605,948(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries and $20,550 from various cash fund reserves.

c For informational purposes only, these amounts include $130,083 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, $92,790 from the Women, Infant, and Children Grant, $48,394 from the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant, and $99,024 from various sources of federal funds.















(3) LABORATORY SERVICES134












(A) Laboratory Services













Personal Services

2,986,755



648,864




1,561,752

a

231,384

b

544,755






(16.7 FTE)




(35.1 FTE)


(2.9 FTE)


(12.8 FTE)

Operating Expenses

1,826,385



207,407




1,237,162

a

243,667

b

138,149


Indirect Cost Assessment

572,074







460,912

a

11,429

b

99,733


Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act

252,644











252,644














(4.0 FTE)



5,637,858



























a Of these amounts, $1,139,512 shall be from the Newborn Screening and Genetic Counseling Cash Fund, $80,029 shall be from the Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, $6,593 shall be from the Streptococcus Test Fund, and $2,033,692 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of these amounts, $208,705(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, $66,605(T) shall be from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center cost recoveries from the Laboratory Building, $4,029 shall be from reserves in the Streptococcus Test Fund, $144,231 shall be from reserves in the Newborn Screening and Genetic Counseling Cash Fund, and $62,910 shall be from various cash funds exempt.















(B) Implied Consent Specialists












Personal Services

210,011














(4.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

31,641













Indirect Cost Assessment

51,038














292,690







292,690

a


















a This amount shall be from the Law Enforcement Assistance Fund.

















5,930,548


























(4) LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES135












Public Health Nurses in areas not served by local and regional health departments

863,860



665,607

(M)






198,253

a

Public Health Sanitarians in areas not served by local and regional health departments

213,312



213,312









Local Organized Health Unit Distributions pursuant to Section 25-1-516, C.R.S.

4,008,650



3,595,597







413,053

a

Delta, Otero, La Plata/Archuleta, Las Animas/Huerfano, and the Northeast Regional Local Health Units

50,000



50,000










Indirect Cost Assessment

11,002











11,002

a



5,146,824


























a These amounts shall be from the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant.















(5) AIR QUALITY CONTROL DIVISION












(A) Administration














Personal Services

1,117,104







329,441

(H)a

326,418

b

461,245

c









(6.5 FTE)


(6.5 FTE)


(7.3 FTE)

Operating Expenses

70,126








14,782

b

55,344

c

Grants

483,527







112,204

a

87,163

b

284,160

c


782,427









386,063

b



High Altitude Study

169,664











169,664














(2.8 FTE)

Acid Rain Monitoring

147,900











147,900


Indirect Cost Assessment

1,585,958







685,206

d

591,319

b

309,433

e


3,574,279














3,873,179



























a These amounts shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.

c These amounts shall be from the Air Pollution Control Grant.

d Of this amount, $601,917 shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund, $48,008 shall be from the Ozone Protection Fund, and $35,281 shall be from various cash sources.

e This amount shall be from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.















(B) Vehicle Emission Control












Personal Services

585,394














(10.7 FTE)













Operating Expenses

99,509













Grants

1,261














686,164









686,164

a

















a This amount shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.















(C) Mobile Sources Section












Personal Services

704,671














(12.9 FTE)













Operating Expenses

38,518













Grants

29,939














773,128









773,128

a

















a This amount shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.















(D) Stationary Source Control












(1) Administration














Personal Services

966,627







619,707

a


346,920










(11.3 FTE)




(5.9 FTE)

Operating Expenses

33,682







18,183

a


15,499



1,000,309



























a These amounts shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.















(2) Special Purpose













Hazardous and Toxic Emissions

202,167







87,471

(H)a


114,696

b









(1.5 FTE)




(2.2 FTE)

Wood Burning Program

98,027







98,027

a












(1.5 FTE)