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Substitute House Bill No. 5038

SPECIAL ACT NO. 96-8

AN ACT MAKING ADJUSTMENTS TO THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. Section 11 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

General Fund

1996-97

$

LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE

MANAGEMENT

Personal Services 20,860,159

Other Expenses 10,813,772

Equipment 630,500

Interim Committee

Staffing 365,000

Interim

Salary/Caucus

Offices 305,000

INDUSTRIAL RENEWAL

PLAN 180,000

Institute for

Municipal Studies [300,000] 250,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Council of State

Governments 84,452

National Conference

of State

Legislatures 96,321

National Conference

of Commissioners on

Uniform State Laws 16,979

Caucus of the New

England State

Legislatures 13,340

AGENCY TOTAL [33,485,523] 33,615,523

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC

ACCOUNTS

Personal Services 5,324,897

Other Expenses 407,188

Equipment 59,720

AGENCY TOTAL 5,791,805

COMMISSION ON THE

STATUS OF WOMEN

Personal Services 264,613

Other Expenses 87,750

Equipment 1,500

AGENCY TOTAL 353,863

COMMISSION ON

CHILDREN

Personal Services 230,285

Other Expenses 41,450

Equipment 2,000

AGENCY TOTAL 273,735

COMMISSION ON LATINO

AND PUERTO RICAN

AFFAIRS

Personal Services 129,261

Other Expenses 65,915

Equipment 3,000

AGENCY TOTAL 198,176

TOTAL [40,103,102] 40,233,102

LEGISLATIVE

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Personal Services [1,755,472] 1,702,808

Other Expenses 228,574

Equipment 10,200

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

New England Governors'

Conference 88,000

National Governor's

Association 89,292

AGENCY TOTAL [2,171,538] 2,118,874

SECRETARY OF THE

STATE

Personal Services [1,592,741] 1,593,959

Other Expenses 1,167,278

AGENCY TOTAL [2,760,019] 2,761,237

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S

OFFICE

Personal Services 167,638

Other Expenses [15,400] 25,400

AGENCY TOTAL [183,038] 193,038

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT

COMMISSION

Personal Services [436,334] 460,334

Other Expenses [32,845] 42,845

AGENCY TOTAL [469,179] 503,179

ETHICS COMMISSION

Personal Services [413,672] 433,672

Other Expenses 67,097

AGENCY TOTAL [480,769] 500,769

FREEDOM OF

INFORMATION

COMMISSION

Personal Services [578,536] 623,536

Other Expenses 96,500

AGENCY TOTAL [675,036] 720,036

JUDICIAL SELECTION

COMMISSION

Personal Services [42,704] 62,704

Other Expenses 20,120

AGENCY TOTAL [62,824] 82,824

[DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING

Personal Services 916,038

Other Expenses 410,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Independent Living

Handicapped Persons 56,250

Congregate

Facilities

Operation Costs 3,525,301

Housing Assistance

and Counseling

Program 75,000

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Tax Abatement 2,649,414

Payment in Lieu of

Taxes 2,900,000

Connecticut Housing

Partnership 1,369,633

AGENCY TOTAL 11,901,636]

STATE PROPERTIES

REVIEW BOARD

Personal Services 213,887

Other Expenses 134,796

AGENCY TOTAL 348,683

STATE TREASURER

Personal Services [2,553,171] 2,420,150

Other Expenses 457,872

Equipment 10,000

AGENCY TOTAL [3,021,043] 2,888,022

STATE COMPTROLLER

Personal Services [9,433,536] 11,699,664

Other Expenses [2,645,275] 2,705,586

Equipment 5,000

Wellness Program 50,000

State Employees

Retirement Data

Base [1,907,356] 650,000

[Financial Management

Information Systems 1,479,489]

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Governmental

Accounting

Standards Board 19,570

AGENCY TOTAL [15,540,226] 15,129,820

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

SERVICES

Personal Services [37,292,758] 36,173,975

Other Expenses 11,305,198

Collection and

Litigation

Contingency Fund [187,500] 87,500

AGENCY TOTAL [48,785,456] [4m47,566,673 [0m

DIVISION OF SPECIAL

REVENUE

Personal Services [11,178,123] 7,399,388

Other Expenses [25,286,172] 3,915,815

AGENCY TOTAL [36,464,295] 11,315,203

STATE INSURANCE

PURCHASING BOARD

Personal Services 83,325

Other Expenses 7,140,173

Surety Bonds for

State Officials and

Employees 123,675

AGENCY TOTAL 7,347,173

GAMING POLICY BOARD

Other Expenses 4,000

OFFICE OF POLICY AND

MANAGEMENT

Personal Services [10,064,974] 11,063,890

Other Expenses [1,391,320] 1,439,820

Energy Conservation

Program 46,854

Automated Budget

System and Data

Base Link [617,611] 602,611

Leadership,

Education,

Athletics in

Partnership (LEAP) 1,000,000

[Juvenile Justice

Centers 1,563,000]

Children and Youth

Program Development 750,000

Cash Management

Improvement Act 100

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Regional Planning

Agencies 600,000

Tax Relief for

Elderly Renters [5,950,000] 11,000,000

Justice Assistance

Grants 1,772,183

Drug Enforcement

Program 976,749

Private Providers* [13,400,000] 17,400,000

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-238, S. 9, 25.)

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Reimbursement

Property Tax -

Disability

Exemption [316,372] 400,000

Distressed

Municipalities [4,500,000] 3,200,000

Property Tax Relief

Elderly Circuit

Breaker [12,286,726] 26,000,000

Property Tax Relief

Elderly Freeze

Program [5,752,212] 7,300,000

Property Tax Relief

for Veterans [5,694,690] 9,000,000

Justice Assistance

Grants 302,150

Drug Enforcement

Program 15,018,337

P.I.L.O.T. - New

Manufacturing

Machinery and

Equipment [63,900,000] 56,900,000

Youth Centers 1,774,080

AGENCY TOTAL [147,677,358] 166,546,774

DEPARTMENT OF

VETERANS' AFFAIRS

Personal Services [19,531,987] 18,946,027

Other Expenses 4,770,279

AGENCY TOTAL [24,302,266] 23,716,306

DEPARTMENT OF

ADMINISTRATIVE

SERVICES

Personal Services [18,626,883] 16,729,813

Other Expenses [3,447,103] 3,606,603

Loss Control Risk

Management 705,000

Employees' Review

Board [16,000] 14,000

Quality of Work-Life

Fund 350,000

Refunds of

Collections [50,000] 45,000

W. C. Administrator [6,152,823] 5,097,000

[Hospital Billing

System 1,426,252]

Automated Personnel

System [1,493,446] 2,493,446

New Collections

Projects [100,000] 200,000

AGENCY TOTAL [32,367,507] 29,240,862

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

WORKS*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 34.)

Personal Services [4,194,990] 4,894,990

Other Expenses [16,118,381] 14,725,934

Equipment 10,000

THAMES RIVER CAMPUS

MANAGEMENT 851,500

FAIRFIELD HILLS

CAMPUS MANAGEMENT 2,500,000

Rents and Moving [7,000,000] 6,800,000

Capitol Day Care

Center 109,250

Facilities Design

Expenses 285,000

AGENCY TOTAL [27,717,621] 30,176,674

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Personal Services [14,868,056] 15,250,619

Other Expenses [862,729] 956,729

Equipment 5,000

Sheff vs. O'Neill 190,000

AGENCY TOTAL [15,925,785] 16,402,348

OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS

COMMISSIONER

Personal Services [117,116] 132,716

Other Expenses 18,903

Adjudicated Claims 98,800

AGENCY TOTAL [234,819] 250,419

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL

JUSTICE

Personal Services [21,494,209] 22,360,558

Other Expenses [2,138,169] 1,864,325

EQUIPMENT 58,775

Forensic Sex

Evidence Exams [150,000] 125,000

Witness Protection 100,000

Training and

Education [60,000] 56,800

Expert Witnesses [140,000] 175,000

AGENCY TOTAL [24,082,378] 24,740,458

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

COMMISSION

Other Expenses 1,328

TOTAL [402,523,977] 382,554,700

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

SAFETY

Personal Services [37,124,332] 34,741,099

Other Expenses [7,687,018] 8,401,170

Equipment 102,473

Stress Reduction 53,354

Trooper Training

Class [416,352] 925,512

Fleet Purchase 1,836,669

Workers'

Compensation Claims [1,555,223] 855,223

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Civil Air Patrol 38,692

AGENCY TOTAL [48,814,113] 46,954,192

[MUNICIPAL POLICE

TRAINING COUNCIL]

POLICE OFFICER

STANDARDS AND

TRAINING COUNCIL

Personal Services [1,162,261] 1,087,652

Other Expenses [565,240] 707,240

AGENCY TOTAL [1,727,501] 1,794,892

BOARD OF FIREARMS

PERMIT EXAMINERS

Personal Services 61,756

Other Expenses 16,707

AGENCY TOTAL 78,463

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

Personal Services [2,293,432] 2,208,580

Other Expenses [2,084,284] 2,094,284

Equipment [26,000] 13,000

Firing Squads 175,000]

AGENCY TOTAL [4,578,716] 4,315,864

COMMISSION ON FIRE

PREVENTION AND

CONTROL

Personal Services [936,822] 876,663

Other Expenses 458,110

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Payments to

Volunteer Fire

Companies 160,000

AGENCY TOTAL [1,554,932] 1,494,773

DEPARTMENT OF

CONSUMER PROTECTION

Personal Services [7,727,220] 7,233,020

Other Expenses [1,092,573] 1,085,573

AGENCY TOTAL [8,819,793] 8,318,593

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Personal Services [6,738,568] 6,676,411

Other Expenses 985,969

Equipment 5,277

Vocational and

Manpower Training 1,925,300

Displaced Homemakers 419,365

Regional Workforce

Development Boards 450,000

Community Employment

Incentive Program [3,469,691] 4,969,691

Summer Youth

Employment 800,314

AGENCY TOTAL [14,794,484] 16,232,327

COMMISSION ON HUMAN

RIGHTS AND

OPPORTUNITIES

Personal Services [4,222,202] 4,202,827

Other Expenses 649,796

Martin Luther King,

Jr. Commission 5,230

AGENCY TOTAL [4,877,228] 4,857,853

OFFICE OF PROTECTION

AND ADVOCACY FOR

PERSONS WITH

DISABILITIES

Personal Services [1,686,746] 1,656,796

Other Expenses 331,812

AGENCY TOTAL [2,018,558] 1,988,608

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

PERSONAL SERVICES 90,000

OTHER EXPENSES 30,000

EQUIPMENT 10,500

AGENCY TOTAL 130,500

TOTAL [87,263,788] 86,166,065

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE

Personal Services [2,435,141] 2,398,889

Other Expenses [599,075] 564,075

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

WIC Program for

Fresh Produce for

Seniors 29,114

Collection of

Agricultural

Statistics 1,200

Tuberculosis and

Brucellosis

Indemnity 1,000

Exhibits and

Demonstrations 600

Connecticut Grown

Product Promotion 15,000

WIC Coupon Program

for Fresh Produce 95,886

AGENCY TOTAL [3,177,016] 3,105,764

DEPARTMENT OF

ENVIRONMENTAL

PROTECTION

Personal Services [23,819,024] 23,574,029

Other Expenses [3,112,338] 3,134,338

TITLE V PERMITTING

STATE FACILITIES 225,000

Laboratory Fees 280,076

Dam Maintenance 98,126

Emergency Spill

Response 6,815,000

Digital Soil Survey 1,000

Long Island Sound

Research Fund 1,000

Emergency Response

Commission 79,424

Beardsley Park and

Zoo [961,100] 450,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Soil Conservation

Districts 1,000

Agreement USGS -

Geological

Investigation 47,000

Agreement USGS -

Hydrological Study 119,800

New England

Interstate Water

Pollution

Commission 8,400

Northeast Interstate

Forest Fire Compact 2,000

Connecticut River

Valley Flood

Control Commission 39,400

Thames River Valley

Flood Control

Commission 50,200

Environmental Review

Teams 1,000

Agreement USGS

Water Quality

Stream Monitoring 166,000

AGENCY TOTAL [35,601,888] 35,092,793

COUNCIL ON

ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Personal Services 81,271

Other Expenses 6,470

AGENCY TOTAL 87,741

CONNECTICUT

HISTORICAL COMMISSION

Personal Services [727,266] 725,881

Other Expenses [71,436] 93,536

AGENCY TOTAL [798,702] 819,417

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC

AND COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT*

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-178, S. 17, 18.)

PERSONAL SERVICES 4,172,500

OTHER EXPENSES 3,449,230

UCONN EDUCATIONAL

PROPERTIES, INC. 325,000

ECONOMIC INFORMATION

SYSTEMS 100,000

CT SCIENCE PARK 70,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

SMALL BUSINESS

DEVELOPMENT CENTERS 5,000

ENTREPRENEURIAL

CENTERS 215,000

INSTITUTE FOR

COMMUNITY AND

REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT 100,000

INDEPENDENT LIVING

HANDICAPPED PERSONS 56,250

CONGREGATE FACILITIES

OPERATION COSTS 2,917,608

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

AND COUNSELING

PROGRAM 75,000

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

TAX ABATEMENT 2,588,120

PAYMENT IN LIEU OF

TAXES 2,644,904

CONNECTICUT HOUSING

PARTNERSHIP 1,234,802

AGENCY TOTAL 17,953,414

[DEPARTMENT OF

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Personal Services 3,241,178

Other Expenses 2,889,230

UConn Educational

Properties Inc. 475,000

Employee Plant

Purchase 23,677

Freedom Trail 32,500

CT Plan Research 12,320

Economic Information

Systems 100,000

CT Science Park 70,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Small Business

Development Centers 5,000

Promotion of

Connecticut

Business and

Tourism Attractions 100,000

Institute for

Community and

Regional

Development 100,000

AGENCY TOTAL 7,048,905]

AGRICULTURAL

EXPERIMENT STATION

Personal Services [3,672,684] 3,562,503

Other Expenses 390,300

AGENCY TOTAL [4,062,984] 3,952,803

TOTAL [50,777,236] 61,011,932

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC HEALTH*

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-238, S. 20, 25.)

Personal Services [24,097,986] 22,772,246

Other Expenses [5,064,540] 5,420,540

Young Parents

Program [301,250] 201,250

Pregnancy Healthline 112,100

Needle and Syringe

Exchange Program 404,700

Community Services

Support for Persons

with [Aids] AIDS 207,223

Teen Pregnancy

Prevention Campaign 50,000

Children's Health

Initiative [1,516,091] 1,405,691

Childhood Lead

Poisoning 255,450

AIDS Services 3,404,715

Liability Coverage

for Volunteer

Retired Physicians 150,000

BREAST AND CERVICAL

CANCER DETECTION

AND TREATMENT 1,875,923

SERVICES FOR CHILDREN

AFFECTED BY AIDS 300,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Community Health

Services [5,575,436] 6,182,377

Newington Children's

Hospital 95

Emergency Medical

Services Training 35,000

Emergency Medical

Services Regional

Offices 378,110

Rape Crisis 444,120

X-Ray Screening

and Tuberculosis

Care [447,392] 597,392

Genetic Diseases

Programs 577,357

Loan Repayment

Program [294,500] 194,500

Immunization Services 4,330,520

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Local and District

Departments of

Health 2,634,921

Venereal Disease

Control 222,275

School Based Health

Clinics 3,662,129

AGENCY TOTAL [54,165,910] 55,818,634

OFFICE OF HEALTH

CARE ACCESS

Personal Services [1,755,213] 1,702,557

Other Expenses [1,007,070] 916,394

Administration-

Uncompensated Care 500,000

AGENCY TOTAL [3,262,283] 3,118,951

OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL

EXAMINER

Personal Services [2,179,221] 2,204,021

Other Expenses [1,448,389] 1,531,989

AGENCY TOTAL [3,627,610] 3,736,010

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL

RETARDATION

Personal Services [205,631,952] 203,349,305

Other Expenses [20,038,615] 19,903,889

Human Resource

Development [385,600] 385,600

Family Support

Grants 969,000

Pilot Programs for

Client Services 1,864,826

Clinical Services 3,816,113

Early Intervention* [423,561] 11,489,562

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 37(a).)

Temporary Support

Services 200,000

Community Temporary

Support Services 100,000

Community Respite

Care Programs 200,000

Workers'

Compensation Claims [12,538,299] 11,219,258

DENTAL SERVICES 236,718

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Rent Subsidy Program [2,109,606] 2,014,436

Respite Care 1,473,384

Family Reunion

Program 140,000

Employment

Opportunities and

Day Services [70,808,282] 72,455,692

Family Placements 1,604,797

Emergency Placements 3,085,349

Community

Residential

Services [142,701,174] 150,531,528

AGENCY TOTAL [468,090,558] 485,039,457

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL

HEALTH AND ADDICTION

SERVICES*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 34.)

Personal Services [44,597,803] 36,672,150

Other Expenses [9,545,861] 11,229,496

Corporation for

Supportive Housing 1,000,000

[Coordinated

Substance Abuse and

Mental Health

Services for

Families 200,000]

Pre-Trial Alcohol

Education System 990,738

Managed Service

System [4,208,285] 6,185,818

Drug Treatment for

Schizophrenia [1,700,000] 1,743,195

Legal Services 397,200

Connecticut Mental

Health Center [7,004,564] 7,172,564

Capitol Region

Mental Health

Center [573,781] 363,781

Professional

Services [5,847,627] 5,515,371

Regional Action

Councils 675,000

General Assistance

Projects [3,384,890] 7,264,226

Substance Abuse

Treatment Programs 20,000

Mental Health/Medicaid

Managed Care [1,510,000] 1,510,000

CHRONIC GAMBLERS

TREATMENT AND

REHABILITATION 100,000

Workers'

Compensation Claims [8,295,339] 6,799,339

EASTERN REGION 1,500,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Grants for Substance

Abuse Services [19,386,325] 20,806,892

Grants for

Vocational Services [384,792] 381,725

Governor's

Partnership to

Protect

Connecticut's

Workforce 450,000

Grants for Mental

Health Services [60,165,660] 60,194,659

Employment

Opportunities [8,361,097] 8,239,842

AGENCY TOTAL [178,698,962] 179,211,996

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY

REVIEW BOARD

Personal Services [158,027] 171,777

Other Expenses [38,660] 43,660

AGENCY TOTAL [196,687] 215,437

TOTAL [708,042,010] 727,140,485

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

HUMAN SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL

SERVICES*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 36.)

Personal Services [82,195,419] 79,729,556

Other Expenses [16,015,578] 30,940,578

Nursing Home Reform

Act 1,218,238

Financial Management

Reporting 25,000

Families in Crisis 437,500

Children's Health

Initiative [4,267,500] 2,440,359

Job Connection

Program [17,422,550] 15,422,550

Independent Living

Center-Administration 23,441

Anti-Hunger Programs [90,938] 121,338

Blood Tests in

Paternity Actions 120,000

State-wide GA Data

Base/Tracking System [4,000,000] 3,000,000

Day Care Projects 496,300

Commission on Aging 200,000

Privatize Data

Processing Services [44,110,228] 28,210,228

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Vocational

Rehabilitation 6,794,000

Medicaid [1,913,579,149] 1,887,133,071

Aid to Families

with Dependent

Children [316,314,724] 296,384,058

Day Care [44,303,219] 56,459,931

AFDC-Unemployed

Parent [24,923,727] 20,569,119

Old Age Assistance [28,755,787] 31,464,425

Aid to the Blind [698,154] 673,817

Aid to the Disabled [71,619,117] 68,719,190

Adjustment of

Recoveries 150,000

Emergency Assistance 500

Food Stamp Training

Program 130,800

Connecticut

Pharmaceutical

Assistance Contract to

the Elderly [30,015,910] 25,665,628

Maternal and Child

Health Services 1,615,300

DMHAS Medicaid

Disproportionate

Share 191,000,000

Connecticut Home

Care Program [15,737,530] 13,601,835

Human Resource

Development-Hispanic

Programs 318,914

Services to the

Elderly 3,298,860

[Hospital Assistance

Program 25,000,000]

Opportunity

Industrial Centers 535,290

Refunds of

Collections 625,651

Energy Assistance 2,300,100

Services for Persons

with Disabilities 6,991,366

Child Care

Certificate Program 10,243,589

Residences for

Persons with AIDS 1,274,000

Supplemental

Nutrition

Assistance [389,120] 409,520

Housing/Homeless

Services [24,499,890] 24,999,890

Community Services [1,249,319] 1,384,319

Employment

Opportunities 881,376

Families in Training 28,500

Human Resource

Development 4,812,300

Child Day Care 5,593,155

Independent Living

Centers 593,845

AIDS Drug Assistance 592,000

Shelter Services for

Victims of

Household Abuse 1,124,365

Disproportionate Share

- Medical Emergency

Assistance 254,000,000

State Administered

General Assistance [13,393,741] 3,860,507

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

General Assistance [127,747,487] 91,102,290

Child Day Care 5,252,824

Human Resource

Development 509,330

Human Resource

Development-Hispanic

Programs 38,928

Teenage Pregnancy

Prevention Block

Grant [637,500] 950,000

Vocational

Rehabilitation 39,000

Traumatic Brain

Injury 109,000

AGENCY TOTAL [3,308,340,059] 3,184,615,681

TOTAL [3,308,340,059] 3,184,615,681

HUMAN SERVICES

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

DEPARTMENT OF

EDUCATION

Personal Services [76,582,388] 76,602,388

Other Expenses 11,136,366

Training

Paraprofessionals

for Teaching 372,000

Literacy Volunteers 20,860

Institutes for

Educators [500,000] 328,000

Basic Skills Exam

Teachers in

Training [1,440,000] 1,290,000

Teachers' Standards

Implementation

Program [3,510,000] 3,282,000

Development of

Mastery Exams

Grades 4, 6, and 8 3,916,831

Primary Mental

Health 294,000

Adult Education

Action 300,000

Vocational Technical

School Textbooks 500,000

Repair of

Instructional

Equipment 237,500

Minor Repairs to

Plant 332,500

Connecticut

Pre-Engineering

Program 100,000

CONTRACTING

INSTRUCTIONAL TV

SERVICES 209,000

CONNECTICUT WRITING

PROJECT 100,000

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

American School for

the Deaf 5,851,558

[Contracting

Instructional TV

Services 209,000]

Regional Education

Services 2,122,384

Omnibus Education

Grants State

Supported Schools 2,854,000

[Birth to Three-Early

Childhood 11,366,001]

Head Start Services 3,100,000

Head Start

Enhancement 1,000,000

Family Resource

Centers [1,032,500] 2,032,500

Nutmeg Games 50,000

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

School Building

Grants and Interest

Subsidy 75,000

Vocational

Agriculture [2,115,000] 2,515,000

Transportation of

School Children [37,173,760] 36,097,667

Adult Education [13,110,000] 12,460,000

Health and Welfare

Services Pupils

Private Schools 2,900,000

Education

Equalization Grants [1,252,047,937] 1,247,478,175

Bilingual Education 2,200,000

Priority School

Districts [11,125,000] 16,125,000

Young Parents

Program 233,000

Interdistrict

Cooperation [15,600,000] 15,400,000

School Breakfast

Program 1,489,000

Excess Cost -

Student Based [15,009,000] 18,009,000

Excess Cost - Equity 11,500,000

Medicaid

Coordination 3,520,000

Student Achievement

Grant 1,000,000

Nonpublic School

Transportation [4,061,000] 4,034,069

Celebration of

Excellence 25,000

School to Work

Opportunities [100,000] 250,000

Extended School

Hours and Support

Programs [1,600,000] 1,280,000

PROJECT CONCERN -

RECEIVING DISTRICT 265,160

Youth Service

Bureaus 2,763,398

AGENCY TOTAL [1,504,474,983] 1,495,651,356

BOARD OF EDUCATION

AND SERVICES FOR THE

BLIND

Personal Services 2,526,687

Other Expenses 326,291

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Supplementary Relief

and Services 118,560

Education of

Handicapped Blind

Children 6,912,500

Vocational

Rehabilitation 965,515

Education of

Pre-School Blind

Children 24,100

Special Training for

the Deaf Blind 330,000

Connecticut Radio

Information Service 42,750

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Services for Persons

with Impaired

Vision 235,000

Tuition and

Services-Public

School Children 650,000

AGENCY TOTAL 12,131,403

COMMISSION ON THE

DEAF AND HEARING

IMPAIRED

Personal Services [519,770] 557,770

Other Expenses [104,286] 158,786

Part-Time

Interpreters 200,000

AGENCY TOTAL [824,056] 916,556

STATE LIBRARY

Personal Services [4,387,311] 4,321,621

Other Expenses 848,847

Equipment-Law

Department 340,964

Library &

Educational

Materials 396,041

Statewide Data Base

Program 442,327

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Support Cooperating

Library Service

Units 807,829

Basic Cultural

Resources Grant [1,000,000] 2,160,695

[Grants-Local

Institutions in

Humanities 75,000]

Connecticut

Educational

Telecommunications

Corporation [650,000] 850,000

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Grants to Public

Libraries 453,776

Connecticard

Payments 697,835

AGENCY TOTAL [10,099,930] 11,319,935

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER

EDUCATION

Personal Services [1,581,581] 1,534,134

Other Expenses 150,350

Minority Advancement

Program [1,320,721] 1,420,721

Alternate Route to

Certification 10,000

Student Community

Services 15,000

National Service Act 255,215

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Scholastic

Achievement Grant 2,100,000

Awards to Children of

Deceased/Disabled

Veterans 6,000

Connecticut

Independent College

Student Grant 12,055,530

Connecticut Aid for

Public College

Students 5,562,888

New England Board of

Higher Education [316,270] 348,914

AGENCY TOTAL [23,373,555] 23,458,752

UNIVERSITY OF

CONNECTICUT*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 35(f).)

Operating Expenses [136,693,158] 134,568,158

UNIVERSITY OF

CONNECTICUT HEALTH

CENTER

Operating Expenses [57,054,681] 56,198,861

[Geriatric Training

for Professional

Staff 400,000

AGENCY TOTAL 57,454,681]

CHARTER OAK COLLEGE

Operating Expenses 720,032

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT

BOARD

Personal Services [1,130,000] 1,113,110

Other Expenses 473,092

Equipment 1,600

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Retirement

Contributions 147,884,700

Retirees Health

Service Cost 3,632,000

AGENCY TOTAL [153,121,392] 153,104,502

REGIONAL COMMUNITY -

TECHNICAL COLLEGES*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 35(b), (c).)

Operating Expenses [81,351,566] 80,531,293

Wilcox School of

Nursing 500,000

AGENCY TOTAL [81,851,566] 81,031,293

CONNECTICUT STATE

UNIVERSITY*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 35(d), (e).)

Operating Expenses [95,687,186] 94,251,878

LONG ISLAND SOUND

COUNCIL 75,000

AGENCY TOTAL 94,326,878

TOTAL [2,076,431,942] 2,063,427,726

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

CORRECTIONS

DEPARTMENT OF

CORRECTION

Personal Services [284,220,366] 279,038,928

Other Expenses [87,922,284] 88,780,566

Equipment [330,108] 2,330,108

Workers'

Compensation Claims [17,765,495] 14,265,495m

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Aid to Paroled and

Discharged Inmates 136,906

Legal Services to

Prisoners 750,000

Volunteer Services 189,885

Community

Residential

Services 11,723,986

Community

Nonresidential

Services 1,005,648

AGENCY TOTAL [404,044,678] 398,221,522

BOARD OF PARDONS

Other Expenses 31,601

BOARD OF PAROLE

Personal Services [2,622,780] 2,853,042

Other Expenses [840,976] 871,426

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Community

Residential

Services 1,020,000

Community

Nonresidential

Services [2,691,600] 1,974,064

AGENCY TOTAL [7,175,356] 6,718,532

DEPARTMENT OF

CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Personal Services [110,197,081] 114,551,386

Other Expenses [15,908,883] 19,214,683

SHORT-TERM

RESIDENTIAL

TREATMENT 360,000

Wilderness School

Program 96,250

Children's Trust

Fund [500,000] 670,000

[Coordinated

Substance Abuse and

Mental Health

Services for

Families 100,000]

Substance Abuse

Screening 1,600,000

Workers'

Compensation Claims [1,735,209] 1,688,611

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Grants for

Psychiatric Clinics

for Children [9,965,967] 10,107,275

Day Treatment

Centers for

Children 4,104,352

Treatment and

Prevention of Child

Abuse [3,457,946] 4,901,846

Community Emergency

Services 1,010,822

Community Preventive

Services 3,329,402

Aftercare for

Children 87,862

Family Violence

Services 352,367

Health and Community

Services 1,484,822

No Nexus Special

Education [3,016,000] 2,016,121

Family Preservation

Services [4,256,376] 5,310,515

Substance Abuse

Treatment 1,655,941

Child Welfare

Support Services 2,211,956

Juvenile Case

Management

Collaborative 547,600

Board and Care for

Children-Adoption 16,871,313

Board and Care for

Children-Foster [27,637,970] 35,002,066

Board and Care for

Children-

Residential [54,903,218] 64,108,931

AGENCY TOTAL [265,031,337] 291,284,121

COUNTY SHERIFFS

Personal Services [969,503] 954,721

Other Expenses 910,000

Special Deputy

Sheriffs [16,867,880] 18,089,880

AGENCY TOTAL [18,747,383] 19,954,601

TOTAL [695,030,355] 716,210,377

CORRECTIONS

JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Personal Services [117,886,540] 118,610,051

Other Expenses [33,948,152] 35,115,358

Equipment [876,600] 924,600

Alternative

Incarceration

Program [18,454,484] 19,019,484

Justice Education

Center, Inc. 225,000

Children Impacted by

Domestic Violence 150,000

Juvenile Alternative

Incarceration [2,274,801] 5,980,820

Post-Release

Nonresidential

Services 1,300,000

[Juvenile Services

Enhancement 1,929,064]

JUVENILE JUSTICE

CENTERS 1,363,000

AGENCY TOTAL [177,044,641] 182,688,313

PUBLIC DEFENDER

SERVICES COMMISSION

Personal Services 14,278,470

Other Expenses 541,757

Special Public

Defenders-

Contractual 1,210,000

Special Public

Defenders -

Noncontractual 565,000

Expert Witnesses 500,000

Training and

Education 27,000

AGENCY TOTAL 17,122,227

TOTAL [194,166,868] 199,810,540

JUDICIAL

NON-FUNCTIONAL

MISCELLANEOUS

APPROPRIATIONS TO THE

GOVERNOR

Governor's

Contingency Account 18,000

DEBT SERVICE - STATE

TREASURER

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Debt Service [753,798,744] 744,991,164

UCONN 2000 - Debt

Service [9,300,000] 10,296,229m

AGENCY TOTAL [763,098,744] 755,287,393

RESERVE FOR SALARY

ADJUSTMENTS*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 9.)

Reserve for Salary

Adjustments [191,654,000] 186,404,000

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

CLAIMS - DEPARTMENT

OF ADMINISTRATIVE

SERVICES

Workers'

Compensation Claims 11,862,111

[SECOND INJURY

PAYMENTS - DEPARTMENT

OF ADMINISTRATIVE

SERVICES

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Second Injury

Payments 300,000]

MISCELLANEOUS

APPROPRIATIONS

ADMINISTERED BY

THE COMPTROLLER

JUDICIAL REVIEW

COUNCIL

Personal Services 93,905

Other Expenses 92,200

Equipment 1,000

AGENCY TOTAL 187,105

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS

Other Expenses 450,000

FIRE TRAINING SCHOOLS

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Willimantic 65,400

Torrington 48,100

New Haven 32,200

Derby 32,200

Wolcott 42,200

Fairfield 32,200

Hartford 57,000

AGENCY TOTAL 309,300

MAINTENANCE OF COUNTY

BASE FIRE RADIO

NETWORK

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Maintenance of

County Base Fire

Radio Network 21,000

MAINTENANCE OF

STATEWIDE FIRE RADIO

NETWORK

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Maintenance of

Statewide Fire

Radio Network 14,000

EQUAL GRANTS TO

THIRTY-FOUR NONPROFIT

GENERAL HOSPITALS

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Equal Grants to

Thirty-Four Nonprofit

General Hospitals 34

CONNECTICUT STATE

POLICE ASSOCIATION

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Connecticut State

Police Association 64,180

CONNECTICUT STATE

FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Connecticut State

Firemen's

Association 72,040

EMERGENCY

COMMUNICATIONS

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Tolland County Fire

Service Mutual Aid,

Inc. 164,000

Quinebaug Valley

Emergency

Communications,

Inc. 115,200

Litchfield County

Dispatch, Inc. 119,360

Colchester Emergency

Center 138,960

Willimantic

Switchboard Fire

Chief's

Association, Inc. 90,400

NWC/PS Communication

Center Inc. 167,280

Westbrook 112,720

Emergency Medical

Communications

Center, Inc. [140,000] 110,000

AGENCY TOTAL [1,047,920] 1,017,920

INTERSTATE SANITATION

COMMISSION

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Interstate

Sanitation

Commission [65,000] 3,333

REIMBURSEMENTS TO

TOWNS FOR LOSS OF

TAXES ON STATE

PROPERTY

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Reimbursements to

Towns for Loss of

Taxes on State

Property [32,139,403] 30,372,807

REIMBURSEMENTS TO

TOWNS FOR LOSS OF

TAXES ON PRIVATE

TAX-EXEMPT PROPERTY

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Reimbursements to

Towns for Loss of

Taxes on Private

Tax-Exempt Property [70,085,484] 68,690,081

UNEMPLOYMENT

COMPENSATION

Other Expenses 6,600,000

STATE EMPLOYEES

RETIREMENT

CONTRIBUTIONS

Other Expenses [229,271,275] 228,072,482

HIGHER EDUCATION

ALTERNATIVE

RETIREMENT SYSTEM

Other Expenses 10,950,000

PENSIONS AND

RETIREMENTS-OTHER

STATUTORY

Other Expenses 1,300,000

JUDGES AND

COMPENSATION

COMMISSIONERS

RETIREMENT

Other Expenses [11,565,290] 9,341,737

INSURANCE - GROUP

LIFE

Other Expenses [2,400,000] 2,392,530

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL

SECURITY TAX

Other Expenses [120,141,038] 120,840,413

STATE EMPLOYEES

HEALTH SERVICE COST

Other Expenses [168,608,800] 169,260,600

RETIRED STATE

EMPLOYEES HEALTH

SERVICE COST

Other Expenses 95,200,000

TOTAL [750,491,869] 745,159,562

MISCELLANEOUS

APPROPRIATIONS

ADMINISTERED BY

THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL [1,717,424,724] 1,698,731,066

NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL - GENERAL FUND [9,280,104,061] 9,159,901,674

LESS:

LEGISLATIVE UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -725,000

Estimated Unallocated

Lapses [-73,100,000] -85,000,000

GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICES [0m

REDUCTIONS -12,000,000

DATA PROCESSING

LAPSE -1,000,000

General Other Expenses

Reductions -12,000,000

[Statewide Hiring

Freeze -37,500,000]

NET - GENERAL FUND [9,157,504,061] 9,049,176,674

Sec. 2. Section 12 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Special Transportation Fund

1996-97

$

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

STATE INSURANCE

PURCHASING BOARD

Other Expenses 2,560,017

TOTAL 2,560,017

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

SAFETY

Personal Services [31,707,477] 31,974,075

Other Expenses 3,073,482

Equipment 130,616

[Trooper Training

Class 971,488]

Fleet Purchase 3,316,573

Workers'

Compensation Claims [2,764,274] 1,664,274

AGENCY TOTAL [41,963,910] 40,159,020

MOTOR VEHICLE

DEPARTMENT

Personal Services [29,512,300] 26,956,808

Other Expenses [12,688,969] 12,735,569

Equipment [950,000] 450,000

Graduated Licenses 200,000

AGENCY TOTAL [43,351,269] 40,342,377

TOTAL [85,315,179] 80,501,397

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TRANSPORTATION

DEPARTMENT OF

TRANSPORTATION*

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-222, S. 40, 41.)

Personal Services [98,666,938] 89,944,417

Other Expenses [31,739,375] 30,852,775

Equipment 1,500,000

Highway and Planning

Research 2,639,900

Minor Capital

Projects 350,000

Highway & Bridge

Renewal-Equipment 4,000,000

Handicapped Access

Program [7,449,937] 6,201,107

HOSPITAL TRANSIT

FOR DIALYSIS 113,000

Rail Operations [63,916,177] 60,916,177

Bus Operations 58,451,259

Workers'

Compensation Claims 2,264,426

Highway and Bridge

Renewal 9,200,000

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

GOVERNMENTS

Aircraft

Registration 2,036,000

Town Aid Road Grants 20,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL [302,214,012] 288,469,061

TOTAL [302,214,012] 288,469,061

TRANSPORTATION

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE

TREASURER

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Debt Service [375,720,000] 371,520,000

RESERVE FOR SALARY

ADJUSTMENTS*

*(Revisors' note: See also Sec. 9.)

Reserve for Salary

Adjustments 17,200,000

MISCELLANEOUS

APPROPRIATIONS

ADMINISTERED BY

THE COMPTROLLER

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS

Other Expenses 510,000

UNEMPLOYMENT

COMPENSATION

Other Expenses 650,000

STATE EMPLOYEES

RETIREMENT

CONTRIBUTIONS

Other Expenses [33,486,000] 33,469,400

INSURANCE - GROUP

LIFE

Other Expenses 129,000

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL

SECURITY TAX

Other Expenses 12,845,000

STATE EMPLOYEES

HEALTH SERVICE COST

Other Expenses 18,843,000

TOTAL [66,463,000] 66,446,400

MISCELLANEOUS

APPROPRIATIONS

ADMINISTERED BY

THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL [459,383,000] 455,166,400

NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL - [849,472,208] 826,696,875

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

LESS:

Estimated Unallocated

Lapses -6,000,000

[Statewide Hiring

Freeze -6,300,000]

NET - [837,172,208] 820,696,875

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

Sec. 3. Section 14 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Soldiers, Sailors and Marines' Fund

1996-97

$

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

DEPARTMENT OF

VETERANS' AFFAIRS

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Burial Expenses 18,000

Headstones 235,000

AGENCY TOTAL 253,000

TOTAL 253,000

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

FIRING SQUADS 175,000

TOTAL 175,000

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

HUMAN SERVICES

SOLDIERS, SAILORS

AND MARINES' FUND

Personal Services 743,890

Other Expenses 385,005

Equipment 6,730

Award Payments to

Veterans 2,400,000

AGENCY TOTAL 3,535,625

TOTAL 3,535,625

HUMAN SERVICES

TOTAL [3,788,625] 3,963,625

SOLDIERS, SAILORS

AND MARINES' FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED LAPSES -170,000

NET - SOLDIERS, SAILORS

AND MARINES' FUND 3,793,625

Sec. 4. Section 15 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Regional Market Operation Fund

1996-97

$

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE

Personal Services 473,695

Other Expenses 306,553

Equipment 2,500

AGENCY TOTAL 782,748

TOTAL 782,748

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE

TREASURER

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS

TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Debt Service [207,099] 207,122

TOTAL [207,099] 207,122

NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL [989,847] 989,870

REGIONAL MARKET

OPERATION FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -20,000

NET - REGIONAL MARKET

OPERATION FUND 969,870

Sec. 5. Section 16 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Banking Fund

1996-97

$

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

Personal Services 7,977,361

Other Expenses 2,998,541

Equipment 200,000

Fringe Benefits 3,510,271

Indirect Overhead 431,335

AGENCY TOTAL 15,117,508

TOTAL 15,117,508

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL 15,117,508

BANKING FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -500,000

NET - BANKING FUND 14,617,508

Sec. 6. Section 17 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Insurance Fund

1996-97

$

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF

INSURANCE

Personal Services [7,312,917] 7,571,373

Other Expenses [980,813] 1,080,813

Equipment 215,237

Fringe Benefits 3,218,019

Indirect Overhead 327,000

AGENCY TOTAL [12,053,986] 12,412,442

TOTAL [12,053,986] 12,412,442

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL [12,053,986] 12,412,442

INSURANCE FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -315,000

NET - INSURANCE FUND 12,097,442

Sec. 7. Section 18 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Consumer Counsel and Public Utility Fund

1996-97

$

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

OFFICE OF CONSUMER

COUNSEL

Personal Services 891,408

Other Expenses [316,983] 381,983

Equipment 14,603

Fringe Benefits [392,940] 327,940

Indirect Overhead 7,100

AGENCY TOTAL [1,623,034] 1,623,034

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC

UTILITY CONTROL

Personal Services 6,952,630

Other Expenses 1,837,006

Equipment 205,000

[Administrative

Expenses-Communication

Services 29,865]

Siting Council

Management

Hazardous Wastes [38,800] 34,920

Fringe Benefits 3,059,266

Indirect Overhead 421,470

AGENCY TOTAL [12,544,037] 12,510,292

TOTAL [14,167,071] 14,133,326

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL [14,167,071] 14,133,326

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND

PUBLIC UTILITY FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -400,000

NET - CONSUMER COUNSEL

AND PUBLIC UTILITY

CONTROL FUND 13,733,326

Sec. 8. Section 19 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

Workers' Compensation Fund

1996-97

$

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

COMMISSION

Personal Services [7,225,396] 7,234,035

Other Expenses [2,837,654] 2,822,404

Equipment 216,562

Criminal Justice

Fraud Unit 405,000

Rehabilitative

Services [6,380,915] 6,402,915

Fringe Benefits [2,799,161] 2,797,048

Indirect Overhead [1,139,384] 789,384

AGENCY TOTAL [21,004,072] 20,667,348

TOTAL [21,004,072] 20,667,348

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL [21,004,072] 20,667,348

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

FUND

LESS:

ESTIMATED UNALLOCATED

LAPSES -600,000

NET - WORKERS'

COMPENSATION FUND 20,067,348

Sec. 9. Section 25 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: The appropriations [from the general fund] to the reserve for salary adjustment account in sections 1 and [11] 2 of [this act] SPECIAL ACT 95-12, SECTION 11 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, AS AMENDED BY SECTION 1 OF THIS ACT, AND SECTION 12 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, AS AMENDED BY SECTION 2 OF THIS ACT may be transferred and necessary additions from the resources of special funds may be made by the Governor to give effect to salary increases, other employee benefits, agency costs related to staff reductions, including accrual payments, or other personal services adjustments authorized by this act, any other act or other applicable statutes.

Sec. 10. Section 26 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

(a) That portion of the unexpended funds, as determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, appropriated in public act 91-3 of the June special session and special act 92-13, which relate to collective bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1996, and June 30, 1997.

(b) THAT PORTION OF THE UNEXPENDED FUNDS, AS DETERMINED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT, APPROPRIATED IN SECTIONS 1 AND 2 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, WHICH RELATE TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS AND RELATED COSTS, SHALL NOT LAPSE ON JUNE 30, 1996, AND SUCH FUNDS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR SUCH PURPOSE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 11. Section 29 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

(a) The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the State Comptroller in section 1 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for state employees retirement database, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for development of payroll, time and attendance, accounting and data base systems during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

(b) THE UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE STATE COMPTROLLER IN SECTION 1 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, FOR STATE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT DATABASE, SHALL NOT LAPSE ON JUNE 30, 1996, AND SUCH FUNDS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR EXPENDITURE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PAYROLL, TIME AND ATTENDANCE, ACCOUNTING AND DATABASE SYSTEMS DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 12. Section 30 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

(a) The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the State Comptroller in section 1 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for financial management information systems, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

(b) THE UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE STATE COMPTROLLER IN SECTION 1 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, SHALL NOT LAPSE ON JUNE 30, 1996, AND SUCH FUNDS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR EXPENDITURE FOR SUCH PURPOSE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 13. Section 31 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 93-80, for social services initiatives, and carried forward by subsection (b) of section 20 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 9 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, and the unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to said office in subsection (b) of section 54 of public act 93-80, for social services initiatives, and carried forward by section 12 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997. The sum of $2,789,895 of such amount shall be transferred to the Department of Children and Families, for other expenses, for the development of management information systems. Sec. 14. Section 33 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows: [Up to $200,000] THE UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF THE FUNDS appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for automated personnel system, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure to aid the agency in providing information services during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 15. Section 34 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

(a) The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Department of Administrative Services in section 1 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for development of a hospital billing system, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

(b) THE UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES IN SECTION 1 OF SPECIAL ACT 95-12, FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A HOSPITAL BILLING SYSTEM, SHALL NOT LAPSE ON JUNE 30, 1996, AND SUCH FUNDS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR EXPENDITURE FOR SUCH PURPOSE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 16. Section 41 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of public act 91-3 of the June special session, and carried forward by section 27 of special act 92-13, section 25 of public act 93-80, and section 30 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for financial management reporting, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997. The sum of $107,000 of such amount shall be transferred to Legislative Management, for fiscal reporting. THE SUM OF $1,000,000 OF SUCH AMOUNT SHALL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE PRIVATIZE DATA PROCESSING SERVICES ACCOUNT WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES.

Sec. 17. Section 43 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Workers' Compensation Commission in section 9 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 6 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, for development of the management information system, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 18. Section 47 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of public act 93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, and carried forward by section 24 of public act 93-80, and the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to said department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1995, for development of a Medicaid management information system, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 19. Section 55 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

(a) The unexpended balance of the funds transferred by the finance advisory committee to the Department of Social Services for energy assistance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1995, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

(b) THE UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF THE FUNDS IN THE ENERGY ASSISTANCE ACCOUNT SHALL NOT LAPSE ON JUNE 30, 1996, AND SUCH FUNDS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE FOR EXPENDITURE FOR SUCH PURPOSE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 20. Section 67 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The sum of $365,328 OF THE AMOUNT appropriated to the Department of Social Services for the Connecticut pharmaceutical assistance contract to the elderly program, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1995, shall not lapse on June 30, 1995, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for development of a Medicaid management information system during the fiscal [year] YEARS ending June 30, 1996 AND JUNE 30, 1997.

Sec. 21. The State Comptroller shall assess the funds established by sections 38a-52a, 36a-65, 16-48a and 31-344a of the general statutes to fully recover the costs of workers' compensation payments to employees of the Insurance Department, the Department of Banking, the Department of Public Utility Control, the Office of Consumer Counsel and the Workers' Compensation Commission for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997.

Sec. 22. Section 2 of special act 95-27 is amended to read as follows:

[(a)] The sum of $10,000 is appropriated to the lieutenant governor's office, from the general fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996, for other expenses.

[(b) The sum of $10,000 is appropriated to the lieutenant governor's office, from the general fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for other expenses.]

Sec. 23. Section 3 of special act 95-27 is amended to read as follows:

[(a)] The sum of $100,000 is appropriated to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account established pursuant to section 19a-4h of the general statutes, from the general fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996.

[(b) The sum of $100,000 is appropriated to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account established pursuant to section 19a-4h of the general statutes, from the general fund, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.]

Sec. 24. Section 4 of special act 95-27 is amended to read as follows:

[(a)] The sum of $1,835,695 of the amount appropriated to the department of social services, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996, for the Connecticut home care program, shall be transferred as follows: $500,000 shall be transferred to the office of policy and management, for Special Olympics Town Aid, for grants to municipalities for expenses incurred in connection with the 1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games in New Haven; $500,000 shall be transferred to the department of mental health and addiction services for a grant to E.T.P., Inc., of Windsor, and $835,695 shall be transferred to the state library, for the basic cultural resources grant.

[(b) The sum of $1,135,695 of the amount appropriated to the department of social services, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for the Connecticut home care program, shall be transferred as follows: $300,000 shall be transferred to the department of mental health and addiction services for a grant to E.T.P., Inc., of Windsor, and $835,695 shall be transferred to the state library, for the basic cultural resources grant.]

Sec. 25. Section 6 of special act 95-27 is amended to read as follows:

[(a)] The sum of $145,000 of the amount appropriated to the Department of Children and Families, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996, for personal services, shall be transferred to the Office of the Child Advocate, for operating expenses.

[(b) The sum of $145,000 of the amount appropriated to the department of children and families, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for personal services, shall be transferred to the office of the child advocate, for operating expenses.]

Sec. 26. The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of special act 95-12 for payments to local governments for drug enforcement programs shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 27. The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of special act 95-12 for dynamic tax analysis model shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997. Sec. 28. Up to $1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Environmental Protection in section 1 of special act 95-12 for emergency spill response shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 29. Payments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, and subsequent periods, made by the Department of Social Services for the emergency assistance for families program shall be made from the appropriations to the department for state administered general assistance and general assistance.

Sec. 30. (a) The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of special act 95-12 for the state-wide GA database/tracking system shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purposes during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

(b) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of special act 95-12 for children's health initiative shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

(c) Up to $5,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of special act 95-12, for the job connection program, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

(d) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 54 of public act 93-80, and carried forward by said section 54, section 30 of public act 94-1 of the May special session, and section 58 of special act 95-12, for buy-back of certificates of need, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

(e) Up to $5,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of special act 95-12, for day care, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

(f) Up to $1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of special act 95-12, for the Connecticut home care program, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 31. Up to $2,250,000 appropriated to the Department of Children and Families in section 1 of public act 95-12 for other expenses, substance abuse screening, treatment and prevention of child abuse, no nexus special education, and family preservation services shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, through the other expenses account, for the completion of the single state-wide computer system (LINK).

Sec. 32. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, the provisions of section 23 of special act 95-12 shall not apply to the legislative department. Legislative Management shall monitor expenditures in order to reduce expenditures of the legislative department by $725,000 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997. Sec. 33. Up to $8,500 appropriated to the Elections Enforcement Commission in section 1 of special act 95-12, for other expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 34. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, upon the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, funds may be transferred from the appropriation to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services to the appropriation to the Department of Public Works if the responsibility for the maintenance of Norwich Hospital is transferred to the Department of Public Works during said fiscal year.

Sec. 35. (a) Up to $95,000 of the unexpended funds in the Other Expenses account within the appropriation to the Department of Higher Education shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

*(b) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, Regional Community-Technical Colleges expenditures for central office, exclusive of funds reserved for distribution to the community and the technical colleges and expenditures supported by federal or private funds, shall not exceed 2.4 per cent of the total of (1) general fund appropriations and (2) operating fund expenditures, exclusive of federal and private funds.

*(c) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, Regional Community-Technical Colleges expenditures for central office, executive management, fiscal operations and general administration, exclusive of expenditures supported by federal or private funds, shall not exceed 11.7 per cent of the total of (1) general fund appropriations and (2) operating fund expenditures, exclusive of federal and private funds.

*(d) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, Connecticut State University expenditures for central office, exclusive of funds reserved for distribution to the state universities and expenditures supported by federal or private funds, shall not exceed 1.1 per cent of the total of (1) general fund appropriations and (2) operating fund expenditures, exclusive of federal and private funds.

*(e) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, Connecticut State University expenditures for central office, executive management, fiscal operations and general administration, exclusive of expenditures supported by federal or private funds, shall not exceed 7.9 per cent of the total of (1) general fund appropriations and (2) operating fund expenditures, exclusive of federal and private funds.

*(f) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, The University of Connecticut expenditures for executive management, fiscal operations and general administration, exclusive of expenditures supported by federal or private funds, shall not exceed 3.9 per cent of the total of (1) general fund appropriations and (2) other operating fund expenditures, exclusive of federal and private funds.

(g) The Commissioner of Higher Education shall review, within available appropriations, compliance with the provisions of subsections (b) to (f), inclusive, of this section and shall report findings to the joint standing committees of the general assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education and to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies not later than sixty days following the close of each quarter of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

*(Revisors' note: See also P.A. 96-178, S. 12, 18.

Sec. 36. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, two per cent of the state funds distributed to the Department of Social Services to area agencies on aging may be used by such agencies for administrative costs.

Sec. 37. (a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, $1,000,000 of the federal funds received by the Department of Education from Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act shall be transferred to the Department of Mental Retardation, for Early Intervention, for the Birth-to-Three program.

(b) The unexpended balance of the funds appropriated to the Connecticut Historical Commission in section 1 of special act 95-12, for the freedom trail, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 38. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, the Department of Transportation shall maintain the bus fare at one dollar, within existing budgetary resources.

Sec. 39. Up to $750,000 appropriated to the Department of Banking in section 6 of special act 95-12, for other expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for computer system re-engineering.

Sec. 40. The unexpended balance of the funds transferred to Legislative Management, for fiscal reporting, by section 41 of special act 95-12, as amended by section 16 of this act, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 41. Section 78 of special act 95-12 is amended to read as follows:

The appropriations in section 11 of [this act] SPECIAL ACT 95-12, AS AMENDED BY SECTION 1 OF THIS ACT are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

Taxes 1996-97

Personal Income $ [2,639,000,000] 2,849,000,000

Sales & Use [2,597,000,000] 2,559,900,000

Corporation [666,200,000] 682,200,000

Hospital Gross

Receipts [244,000,000] 192,000,000

Public Service [205,500,000] 187,800,000

Inheritance & Estate [230,600,000] 217,000,000

Insurance Companies [197,500,000] 170,400,000

Cigarettes 124,200,000

Real Estate

Conveyance [69,300,000] 62,000,000

Oil Companies [70,900,000] 66,400,000

Alcoholic Beverages 40,100,000

Admissions, Dues

& Cabaret [21,100,000] 21,700,000

Miscellaneous [27,700,000] 23,100,000

Total Taxes [7,133,100,000] 7,195,800,000

Refunds [(486,000,000)] (582,000,000)

Economic Recovery

Fund [0] (29,500,000)

Total Taxes Less

Refunds [6,647,100,000] 6,584,300,000

[4mOther Revenue

Transfers-Special

Revenue [287,000,000] 280,500,000

Indian Gaming

Payments [230,000,000] 210,000,000

Licenses, Permits,

Fees 113,700,000

Sales of Commodities

and Services [40,000,000] 37,000,000

Rents, Fines, Escheats 37,000,000

Investment Income [18,600,000] 23,700,000

Miscellaneous [200,600,000] 150,500,000

Total Other Revenue [926,900,000] 852,400,000

Other Sources

Federal Grants [1,669,000,000] 1,698,000,000

Transfers- To

Other Funds (85,000,000)

Total Other Sources [1,584,000,000] 1,613,000,000

Total General Fund

Revenues [9,158,000,000] 9,049,700,000

Sec. 42. Up to $1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Motor Vehicles, in section 2 of special act 95-12, for personal services, other expenses, equipment and graduated licenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 43. Up to $200,000 appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of special act 95-12, for other expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 1996, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997.

Sec. 44. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-30a of the general statutes, after the accounts for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996, are closed, if the Comptroller determines that there exists an unappropriated surplus in the General Fund, after any amounts required by provision of law to be transferred for other purposes have been deducted, the amount of such surplus, up to $89,500,000 shall be deemed to be appropriated to the treasurer for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997. The amount so appropriated shall be applied to the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for payment of principal and interest on economic recovery notes which become due and payable in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997. The amount so appropriated is authorized to be transferred to the economic recovery note debt retirement fund at such times as the principal of the economic recovery notes and the interest thereon shall become due and payable.

Sec. 45. (a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, the Governor shall monitor expenditures for personal services in order to reduce expenditures for such purpose during said fiscal year by $12,000,000, and shall, whenever possible, attempt to achieve such reductions through negotiations and attrition.

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, the Governor shall attempt, whenever possible, to achieve estimated unallocated lapses for said fiscal year without layoffs.

Sec. 46. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, with respect to any revenues received on account of any loans transferred or sold by any department during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, for which federally taxable state general obligation bonds were issued to finance such loans, such revenues shall be deposited in the General Fund. Sec. 47. Sections 24, 38 and 49 of special act 95-12 and section 1 of special act 95-27 are repealed.

Sec. 48. This act shall take effect July 1, 1996.

Approved May 31, 1996. Effective July 1, 1996.

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