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May 27, 1999
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TO MAKE SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE OPERATIONS OF STATE GOVERNMENT OF SURPLUS FISCAL YEAR 1997-98 GENERAL FUND REVENUES.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:
SECTION 1. The following sums are appropriated from fiscal year 1997-98 surplus general fund revenues for the purposes stated:
(1) SC State Ports Authority
Charleston Harbor Dredging 24,000,000
(2) Higher Education Tuition Grants
Tuition Grants Increase 600,000
(3) Board for Technical and Comprehensive
Special Schools - Annualization 1,000,000
(4) Department of Health and Human Services
Medicaid - Continuation of FY 1998-99
(5) Department of Social Services
Emotionally Disturbed Children -
Continuation of Assimilation of Women 772,500
(7) Clemson Municipal Services 1,117,000
(7.1) The funds appropriated for municipal services must be used to pay for the unique costs for maintenance of municipal corporation services including personnel, operations, equipment and facilities necessary for a municipal court, fire protection, and emergency medical services.
(8) Commission for the Blind
Building Renovation for Projects with Industry 250,000
(9) Dept. of Corrections
Operating Funds for Four 256-Bed Additions 3,175,754
Correctional Officer Pay Increase - 3% 3,900,000
(10) Division of Regional Development
Local Government Grant Fund 4,000,000
(11) Arts Commission
(12) Matching Funds for FEMA Assistance 863,381
(13) Judicial Department
Information Technology 343,200
(13.1) (Supplemental Carry Forward) These funds originally appropriated to the department by SECTION 2 (22)(b), Part III, Act 155 of 1997, for Judicial Commitment are by this item reappropriated to the department for the purpose stated.
Total Appropriations 66,121,835
SECTION 2. Unexpended funds appropriated pursuant to this joint resolution may be carried forward to succeeding fiscal years and used for the same purposes.
SECTION 3. This joint resolution takes effect upon approval by the Governor.
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