View Amendment Current Amendment: DG cbhperf.DOCX to Bill 4813     Senator HUTTO proposes the following amendment (DG CBHPERF):
    Amend Amendment #23, as and if amended, bearing Document number N:\S-FINANC\AMEND\DG 90.20SUTA by striking the amendment in its entirety and inserting:

/     Amend the bill, as and if amended, Part IB, Section 90, STATEWIDE REVENUE, page 530, by striking paragraph 90.20 in its entirety and inserting:
    90.20.     (SR: Non-recurring Revenue) (A) The source of revenue appropriated in this provision is $514,784,450 of non-recurring revenue generated from the following sources and transferred to the State Treasurer. This revenue is deemed to have occurred and is available for use in Fiscal Year 2012-13 after September 1, 2012, following the Comptroller General's close of the state's books on Fiscal Year 2011-12.
    (1)     $122,333,689 from Fiscal Year 2010-11 Contingency Reserve Fund; and
    (2)     $392,450,761 from Fiscal Year 2011-12 unobligated general fund revenue as certified by the Board of Economic Advisors.
    Any restrictions concerning specific utilization of these funds are lifted for the specified fiscal year. The above agency transfers shall occur no later than thirty days after the close of the books on Fiscal Year 2011-12 and shall be available for use in Fiscal year 2012-13.
    (B)     The appropriations in this provision are listed in priority order. Item (1) must be funded first and each remaining item must be fully funded before any funds are allocated to the next item. Provided, however, that any individual item may be partially funded in the order in which it appears to the extent that revenues are available.
    The State Treasurer shall disburse the following appropriations by September 30, 2012, for the purposes stated:
        (1)     General Reserve Fund
                    Full 5% Funding     $     98,175,036;
        (2)     Y14-State Ports Authority
                    Harbor Deepening Reserve Fund     $     180,000,000;
        (3)     H59-State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education
                    CATT Program/ReadySC     $     11,250,000;
        (4)     P32-Department of Commerce
                    Research Funds     $     3,542,592;
        (5)     H63-Department of Education
                    (a)     EFA Hold Harmless (Education Foundation Supplement)     $     19,985,951;
                    (b)     EFA-IDEA Contingency Reserve     $     36,202,909;
        (6)     L04-Department of Social Services
                    Child Support Enforcement System     $     3,500,000;
        (7)     A20-Legislative Audit Council
                    (a)     Information Technology Upgrade (Servers, Computers, Software)     $     45,000;
                    (b)     Peer Review Audit - Government Auditing Standards     $     15,000;
        (8)     B04-Judicial Department
                    Supreme Court Building Renovation     $     3,200,000;
        (9)     C05-Administrative Law Court
                    Staff Attorney/Hearing Officer/Business Associate Equipment     $     6,900;
        (10)     P32-Department of Commerce
                    Deal Closing Fund     $     2,000,000;
        (11)     F03-Budget and Control Board
                    South Carolina Enterprise Information System-Statewide Program
                        SCEIS Program Sustainment     $     2,458,843;
        (12)     D10-State Law Enforcement Division
                    (a)     Personal Service and Operating     $     1,701,000;
                    (b)     Forensic Equipment     $     1,134,994;
                    (c)     Law Enforcement Operating     $     150,000;
                    (d)     CJIS/IT Equipment     $     4,777,000;
                    (e)     Vehicles     $     840,000;
                    (f)         Computer Equipment     $     138,500;
                    (g)     Lieutenant Governor's Security Detail Equipment     $     151,200;
        (13)     K05-Department of Public Safety
                    (a)     Emergency Communications Equipment     $     3,250,000;
                    (b)     Bureau of Protective Services Officers Equipment     $     44,700;
                    (c)     Capitol Complex Garage Security Equipment     $     75,000;
                    (d)     Vehicles     $     2,000,000;
        (14)     H63-Department of Education
                    Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities
                    Administration Building Construction     $     1,250,000;
        (15)     L12-John de la Howe School
                    (a)     Deferred Maintenance on Seven Cottages     $     400,000;
                    (b)     Information Technology Upgrade     $     200,014;
        (16)     H71-Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School
                    Window Replacement     $     750,000;
        (17)     H75-School for the Deaf and Blind
                    Robertson Hall Construction     $     1,477,550;
        (18)     J02-Department of Health and Human Services
                    Medicaid Management Information System     $     3,918,676;
        (19)     N04-Department of Corrections
                    (a)     Wateree Radium Drinking Water Compliance     $     6,000,000;
                    (b         Statewide Roof Replacement     $     2,500,000;
                    (c)     Statewide Major Maintenance Projects     $     2,500,000;
                    (d)     Victim Services Web Based Case Management System     $     500,000;
                    (e)     SC SAVIN Court Notification System     $     500,000;
                    (f)         Allendale CI Pre-Treatment Wastewater Plant Closing     $     350,000;
                    (g)     Statewide Infirmary Consolidation     $     300,000;
                    (h)     Farm Irrigation - Wateree     $     100,000;
                    (i)         Training Academy - Weapons Replacement     $     40,000;
        (20)     P24-Department of Natural Resources
                    (a)     Replacement of IT Equipment and Maintenance     $     1,260,505;
                    (b)     Water Resources Other Operating     $     1,000,000;
        (21)     E08-Secretary of State
                    Information Technology Upgrade     $     500,000;
        (22)     E20-Attorney General
                    (a)     Information Technology Upgrade     $     500,000;
                    (b)     Operating Expenses     $     500,000;
        (23)     E23-Commission on Indigent Defense
                    Information Technology Upgrade     $     101,000;
        (24)     P12-Forestry Commission
                    Firefighting Equipment     $     3,500,000;
        (25)     P28-Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
                    Destination Specific - 2 for 1 Match     $     4,000,000;
        (25.1)     (Destination Specific Match ) Each state dollar of the above appropriation for Destination Specific must be matched with two dollars of private funds.
        (26)     J04-Department of Health and Environmental Control
                    AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)     $     200,000;
        (27)     H63-Department of Education
                    (a)     Palmetto Priority Schools     $     500,000;
                    (b)     SC School Improvement Council     $     35,000;
        (28)     R52-State Ethics Commission
                    Information Technology Upgrade     $     25,000;
        (29)     X22-Local Government Fund-State Treasurer
                    Local Government Fund     $     40,000,000;
        (30)     P20-Clemson University-PSA
                    (a)     Advanced Plant Technology Lab     $     4,000,000;
                    (b)     Operating     $     100,000;
        (31)     H27-University of South Carolina-Columbia Campus
                    Child Abuse Medical Response Program     $     250,000;
        (32)     H37-University of South Carolina-Lancaster Campus
                    Deferred Maintenance     $     400,000;
        (33)     E24-Adjutant General's Office
                    (a)     State Guard     $     59,000;
                    (b)     Armory Maintenance     $     1,000,000;
        (34)     P16-Department of Agriculture
                    (a)     Marketing and Branding     $     500,000;
                    (b)     State Farmer's Market Infrastructure     $     400,000;
                    (c)     Market Operations     $     600,000;
        (35)     P21-South Carolina State University-PSA
                    LAC Audit     $     80,142;
        (36)     P24-Department of Natural Resources
                    Drill Rig for Geological Survey and Strengthened Services     $     200,000;and
        (37)     R44-Department of Revenue
                    Implementation of SCITS     $     4,374,496.
    Unexpended funds appropriated pursuant to this provision may be carried forward to succeeding fiscal years and expended for the same purposes.
    (C)     From the escrow account established pursuant to Proviso 90.13 of Act 310 of 2008, the remaining funds shall be used to offset any operating shortfalls resulting from the Barnwell Low Level Waste Facility operations in order to preserve the economic viability of the facility. The amount distributed to offset any operating shortfalls shall be determined by calculating the difference between the allowable operating costs plus adjustments as approved by the Public Service Commission, and the access fees paid by the Atlantic Compact generators. Funds remaining in the account to offset operating shortfalls shall also be used to maintain access fees to the facility for Fiscal Year 2012-13 at the Fiscal Year 2009-10 level. There shall also be paid from the escrow account the annual dues of the Southern States Energy Board.         /
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