Connecticut Seal

House Bill No. 8001

June Special Session, Public Act No. 07-1

AN ACT CONCERNING THE STATE BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM ENDING JUNE 30, 2009, AND MAKING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR.

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

Section 1. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

GENERAL FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

41,671,855

 

Other Expenses

15,771,573

 

Equipment

818,200

 

Flag Restoration

50,000

 

Minor Capital Improvements

1,100,000

 

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

535,000

 

Redistricting

100,000

 

Old State House

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Interstate Conference Fund

350,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

60,896,628

     
 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

 
 

Personal Services

10,854,479

 

Other Expenses

764,934

 

Equipment

100,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

11,719,413

     
 

COMMISSION ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

284,787

 

Other Expenses

174,000

 

Equipment

9,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

468,287

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

 
 

Personal Services

699,199

 

Other Expenses

334,657

 

Equipment

4,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,038,356

     
 

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

 
 

Personal Services

797,453

 

Other Expenses

208,520

 

Equipment

5,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,010,973

     
 

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

465,776

 

Other Expenses

103,360

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

571,636

     
 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

335,775

 

Other Expenses

75,161

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

413,436

     
 

TOTAL

76,118,729

 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

3,073,000

 

Other Expenses

379,116

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

New England Governors' Conference

85,500

 

National Governors' Association

107,600

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,645,316

     
 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

 
 

Personal Services

1,640,000

 

Other Expenses

1,500,000

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,140,100

     
 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

485,547

 

Other Expenses

87,070

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

572,717

     
 

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,482,675

 

Other Expenses

261,406

 

Equipment

31,150

 

Commission's Per Diems

16,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,791,231

     
 

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

 
 

Personal Services

1,506,533

 

Other Expenses

160,000

 

Equipment

34,600

 

Judge Trial Referee Fees

25,000

 

Reserve for Attorney Fees

50,000

 

Information Technology Initiatives

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,276,133

     
 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,833,792

 

Other Expenses

190,000

 

Equipment

33,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,057,292

     
 

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

90,135

 

Other Expenses

21,691

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

111,926

     
 

STATE PROPERTIES REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

312,952

 

Other Expenses

189,244

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

502,296

     
 

STATE TREASURER

 
 

Personal Services

4,302,516

 

Other Expenses

338,388

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,641,004

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER

 
 

Personal Services

19,617,998

 

Other Expenses

5,952,156

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

19,570

 

AGENCY TOTAL

25,589,824

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

58,713,872

 

Other Expenses

10,825,454

 

Equipment

100

 

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

425,767

 

AGENCY TOTAL

69,965,193

     
 

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

 
 

Personal Services

5,953,694

 

Other Expenses

1,183,128

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,136,922

     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

264,523

 

Other Expenses

13,199,326

 

Equipment

100

 

Surety Bonds for State Officials and Employees

69,350

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,533,299

     
 

GAMING POLICY BOARD

 
 

Other Expenses

2,903

     
 

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

15,949,132

 

Other Expenses

3,830,808

 

Equipment

100

 

Automated Budget System and Data Base Link

63,610

 

Leadership, Education, Athletics in Partnership

850,000

 

(LEAP)

 
 

Cash Management Improvement Act

100

 

Justice Assistance Grants

2,993,017

 

Neighborhood Youth Centers

1,225,200

 

Land Use Education

150,000

 

Office of Property Rights Ombudsman

205,224

 

Office of Business Advocate

573,510

 

Water Planning Council

200,000

 

Urban Youth Violence Prevention

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Relief for Elderly Renters

17,736,170

 

Private Providers

39,000,000

 

Regional Planning Agencies

1,000,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability

576,142

 

Exemption

 
 

Distressed Municipalities

7,800,000

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,899

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

1,000,000

 

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,099

 

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery and

75,630,000

 

Equipment

 
 

Capital City Economic Development

7,900,000

 

Property Tax Exemption for Hybrid Vehicles

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

201,659,011

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

 
 

Personal Services

24,839,950

 

Other Expenses

7,417,755

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Support Services for Veterans

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

Headstones

370,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,835,905

     
 

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

 
 

Personal Services

457,026

 

Other Expenses

301,824

 

Equipment

1,000

 

CETC Workforce

2,096,139

 

Job Funnels Projects

1,000,000

 

Connecticut Career Choices

800,000

 

Nanotechnology Study

300,000

 

SBIR Initiative

250,000

 

Career Ladder Pilot Program

500,000

 

Spanish-American Merchants Association

300,000

 

Adult Literacy Council

172,889

 

Film Industry Training Program

1,000,000

 

SBIR Matching Grants

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,428,878

     
 

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

 
 

Personal Services

313,160

 

Other Expenses

104,676

 

AGENCY TOTAL

417,836

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

21,028,451

 

Other Expenses

1,171,739

 

Equipment

100

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

382,000

 

Loss Control Risk Management

278,241

 

Employees' Review Board

52,630

 

Quality of Work-Life

350,000

 

Refunds of Collections

30,000

 

W. C. Administrator

5,450,055

 

Hospital Billing System

150,000

 

Correctional Ombudsman

299,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,192,216

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION

 
 

TECHNOLOGY

 
 

Personal Services

9,096,846

 

Other Expenses

7,661,753

 

Equipment

100

 

Connecticut Education Network

3,239,119

 

Internet and Email Services

6,200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

26,197,818

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 
 

Personal Services

7,098,921

 

Other Expenses

26,476,580

 

Equipment

100

 

Management Services

4,220,675

 

Rents and Moving

10,962,767

 

Capitol Day Care Center

114,250

 

Facilities Design Expenses

5,054,291

 

AGENCY TOTAL

53,927,584

     
 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

 
 

Personal Services

29,703,318

 

Other Expenses

1,609,424

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

31,312,842

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS COMMISSIONER

 
 

Personal Services

280,605

 

Other Expenses

37,079

 

Equipment

100

 

Adjudicated Claims

85,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

402,784

     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

42,509,461

 

Other Expenses

2,807,941

 

Equipment

46,250

 

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,074,800

 

Witness Protection

447,913

 

Training and Education

120,908

 

Expert Witnesses

236,643

 

Medicaid Fraud Control

631,706

 

AGENCY TOTAL

47,875,622

     
 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

 
 

Other Expenses

1,000

     
 

STATE MARSHAL COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

306,432

 

Other Expenses

162,870

 

Equipment

25,100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

494,402

     
 

TOTAL

566,712,054

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 
 

Personal Services

125,224,894

 

Other Expenses

30,350,165

 

Equipment

100

 

Stress Reduction

53,354

 

Fleet Purchase

7,831,693

 

Gun Law Enforcement Task Force

400,000

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

3,504,547

 

COLLECT

51,500

 

Urban Violence Task Force

308,700

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Civil Air Patrol

36,758

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

SNTF Local Officer Incentive Program

238,800

 

AGENCY TOTAL

168,000,511

     
 

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND

 
 

TRAINING COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

2,012,391

 

Other Expenses

1,020,397

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,032,888

     
 

BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS

 
 

Personal Services

84,161

 

Other Expenses

14,751

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

99,012

     
 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

3,362,747

 

Other Expenses

2,998,543

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Firing Squads

319,500

 

Veteran's Service Bonuses

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

6,931,790

     
 

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND

 
 

CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

1,632,884

 

Other Expenses

832,092

 

Equipment

100

 

Firefighter Training 1

750,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Fire Training School - Willimantic

165,353

 

Fire Training School - Torrington

84,650

 

Fire Training School - New Haven

46,750

 

Fire Training School - Derby

37,956

 

Fire Training School - Wolcott

102,363

 

Fire Training School - Fairfield

124,100

 

Fire Training School - Hartford

140,950

 

Fire Training School - Middletown

60,350

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

1,650

 

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

100,000

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

55,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,134,198

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

10,102,274

 

Other Expenses

1,390,542

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

11,492,916

     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

8,390,252

 

Other Expenses

1,517,684

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Workforce Investment Act

25,895,848

 

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

5,000,000

 

Jobs First Employment Services

16,219,096

 

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

Individual Development Accounts

350,000

 

STRIDE

300,000

 

Apprenticeship Program

633,603

 

Connecticut Career Resource Network

161,398

 

21st Century Jobs

1,000,532

 

TANF Job Reorganization

6,500,000

 

Incumbent Worker Training

500,000

 

STRIVE

300,000

 

Unemployment Benefits for Military Spouses

175,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

67,444,413

     
 

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

312,519

 

Other Expenses

51,912

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

364,531

     
 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND

 
 

OPPORTUNITIES

 
 

Personal Services

7,177,319

 

Other Expenses

743,717

 

Equipment

5,800

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,933,486

     
 

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY

 
 

FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

 
 

Personal Services

2,259,329

 

Other Expenses

392,882

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,653,211

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

790,846

 

Other Expenses

144,264

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Child Fatality Review Panel

82,494

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,018,604

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY

 
 

MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND

 
 

SECURITY

 
 

Personal Services

4,035,995

 

Other Expenses

511,511

 

Equipment

100

 

American Red Cross

225,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,772,606

     
 

TOTAL

277,878,166

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

3,760,000

 

Other Expenses

797,601

 

Equipment

100

 

CT Seafood Advisory Council

47,500

 

Food Council

25,000

 

Vibrio Bacterium Program

10,000

 

Connecticut Wine Council

47,500

 

Senior Food Vouchers

400,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

WIC Program for Fresh Produce for Seniors

110,000

 

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

1,200

 

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

1,000

 

Exhibits and Demonstrations

5,600

 

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

15,000

 

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

84,090

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,304,591

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

 
 

PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

32,674,000

 

Other Expenses

3,726,500

 

Equipment

100

 

Stream Gaging

184,392

 

Mosquito Control

369,905

 

State Superfund Site Maintenance

391,000

 

Laboratory Fees

275,875

 

Dam Maintenance

137,940

 

Invasive Plants Council

500,000

 

Storm Drain Filters

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Agreement USGS-Geological Investigation

47,000

 

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

143,641

 

New England Interstate Water Pollution

8,400

 

Commission

 
 

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

2,040

 

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control

40,200

 

Commission

 
 

Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission

50,200

 

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream

199,039

 

Monitoring

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

39,250,232

     
 

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

 
 

Personal Services

155,612

 

Other Expenses

14,500

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,212

     
 

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

 
 

Personal Services

3,780,202

 

Other Expenses

1,048,949

 

Equipment

1,000

 

State-Wide Marketing

4,300,000

 

Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts/

500,000

 

Shubert Theater

 
 

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

500,000

 

New Britain Arts Alliance

100,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Discovery Museum

500,000

 

National Theatre for the Deaf

200,000

 

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

4,000,000

 

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

250,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Greater Hartford Arts Council

125,000

 

Stamford Center for the Arts

500,000

 

Stepping Stone Child Museum

50,000

 

Maritime Center Authority

675,000

 

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

2,400,000

 

Tourism Districts

4,500,000

 

Connecticut Humanities Council

2,500,000

 

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

45,000

 

Amistad Vessel

500,000

 

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

1,000,000

 

New Haven Arts Council

125,000

 

Palace Theater

500,000

 

Beardsley Zoo

400,000

 

Mystic Aquarium

750,000

 

Quinebaug Tourism

100,000

 

Northwestern Tourism

100,000

 

Eastern Tourism

100,000

 

Central Tourism

100,000

 

Twain/Stowe Homes

120,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,770,151

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

 
 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
 

Personal Services

7,243,104

 

Other Expenses

1,352,314

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

629,654

 

Small Business Incubator Program

1,000,000

 

Fair Housing

350,000

 

BioFuels Production Account

100,000

 

CCAT - Energy Application Research

225,000

 

Main Street Initiatives

80,000

 

Residential Service Coordinators

1,000,000

 

Office of Military Affairs

150,000

 

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

250,000

 

Southeast CT Incubator

250,000

 

Southeast CT Marketing Plan

100,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Entrepreneurial Centers

142,500

 

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

1,851,037

 

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

6,345,205

 

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

588,903

 

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

1,823,004

 

CONNSTEP

1,000,000

 

Development Research and Economic Assistance

250,000

 

SAMA Bus Windham

300,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

25,031,721

     
 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

 
 

Personal Services

6,057,973

 

Other Expenses

712,495

 

Equipment

100

 

Mosquito Control

215,501

 

Wildlife Disease Prevention

76,804

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,062,873

     
 

TOTAL

106,589,780

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

33,380,208

 

Other Expenses

5,787,452

 

Equipment

15,950

 

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

490,909

 

Community Services Support for Persons with

199,177

 

AIDS

 
 

Children's Health Initiatives

1,598,284

 

Childhood Lead Poisoning

338,032

 

AIDS Services

7,326,662

 

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and

2,351,494

 

Treatment

 
 

Services for Children Affected by AIDS

264,325

 

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,371,764

 

Medicaid Administration

3,741,609

 

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

300,000

 

Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness Program

125,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Community Health Services

9,284,758

 

Emergency Medical Services Training

68,171

 

Emergency Medical Services Regional Offices

677,477

 

Rape Crisis

426,877

 

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

820,761

 

Genetic Diseases Programs

895,323

 

Loan Repayment Program

125,067

 

Immunization Services

9,044,950

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Local and District Departments of Health

5,352,419

 

Venereal Disease Control

216,900

 

School Based Health Clinics

10,209,364

 

AGENCY TOTAL

94,412,933

     
 

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE ACCESS

 
 

Personal Services

2,031,215

 

Other Expenses

535,808

 

Equipment

21,375

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,588,398

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

 
 

Personal Services

4,816,453

 

Other Expenses

734,404

 

Equipment

8,500

 

Medicolegal Investigations

283,228

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,842,585

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDATION

 
 

Personal Services

303,862,381

 

Other Expenses

27,932,956

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Human Resource Development

231,358

 

Family Support Grants

3,280,095

 

Cooperative Placements Program

19,824,762

 

Clinical Services

4,828,372

 

Early Intervention

26,945,837

 

Community Temporary Support Services

67,315

 

Community Respite Care Programs

330,345

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

14,006,214

 

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Rent Subsidy Program

3,985,034

 

Family Reunion Program

137,900

 

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

157,252,164

 

Community Residential Services

363,226,226

 

AGENCY TOTAL

926,911,959

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

185,409,495

 

Other Expenses

32,026,825

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Housing Supports and Services

11,232,800

 

Managed Service System

29,755,820

 

Legal Services

536,085

 

Connecticut Mental Health Center

8,692,614

 

Capitol Region Mental Health Center

340,408

 

Professional Services

8,683,898

 

Regional Action Councils

300,000

 

General Assistance Managed Care

79,700,717

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

12,574,839

 

Nursing Home Screening

614,102

 

Young Adult Services

32,373,422

 

TBI Community Services

5,517,529

 

Jail Diversion

4,252,241

 

Behavioral Health Medications

8,989,095

 

Prison Overcrowding

4,039,612

 

Community Mental Health Strategy Board

10,106,105

 

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

3,927,000

 

Discharge and Diversion Services

3,025,618

 

Home and Community Based Services

1,935,683

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

27,407,045

 

Governor's Partnership to Protect Connecticut's

501,000

 

Workforce

 
 

Grants for Mental Health Services

77,306,334

 

Employment Opportunities

10,322,196

 

AGENCY TOTAL

559,571,483

     
 

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

319,422

 

Other Expenses

49,936

 

AGENCY TOTAL

369,358

     
 

TOTAL

1,589,696,716

 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

115,297,549

 

Other Expenses

95,197,869

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Children's Health Council

218,317

 

HUSKY Outreach

1,706,452

 

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

201,202

 

State Food Stamp Supplement

254,349

 

Day Care Projects

465,353

 

HUSKY Program

43,550,037

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Rehabilitation

7,385,768

 

Medicaid

3,559,525,038

 

Lifestar Helicopter

1,388,190

 

Old Age Assistance

31,882,892

 

Aid to the Blind

593,751

 

Aid to the Disabled

56,807,141

 

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

114,886,163

 

Emergency Assistance

500

 

Food Stamp Training Expenses

32,397

 

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract to

51,217,380

 

the Elderly

 
 

Healthy Start

1,441,196

 

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

105,935,000

 

Connecticut Home Care Program

58,657,625

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

1,007,671

 

Programs

 
 

Services to the Elderly

5,942,599

 

Safety Net Services

2,049,247

 

Transportation for Employment Independence

3,209,745

 

Program

 
 

Transitionary Rental Assistance

1,186,680

 

Refunds of Collections

187,150

 

Services for Persons With Disabilities

740,485

 

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

89,985,229

 

Nutrition Assistance

446,829

 

Housing/Homeless Services

40,746,812

 

Employment Opportunities

1,231,379

 

Human Resource Development

35,251

 

Child Day Care

7,891,151

 

Independent Living Centers

638,467

 

AIDS Drug Assistance

606,678

 

Disproportionate Share-Medical Emergency

53,725,000

 

Assistance

 
 

DSH-Urban Hospitals in Distressed Municipalities

31,550,000

 

State Administered General Assistance

176,286,646

 

School Readiness

4,355,361

 

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

11,020,000

 

Community Services

4,422,969

 

Alzheimer Respite Care

2,294,388

 

Family Grants

470,099

 

Human Service Infrastructure Community Action

4,447,292

 

Program

 
 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

1,486,008

 

Medicare Part D Supplemental Needs Fund

5,000,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Child Day Care

4,943,127

 

Human Resource Development

29,667

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

5,087

 

Programs

 
 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

848,312

 

Services to the Elderly

43,118

 

Housing/Homeless Services

666,341

 

Community Services

160,499

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,704,304,456

     
 

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

315,000

 

Other Expenses

115,000

 

Equipment

20,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

450,000

     
 

TOTAL

4,704,754,456

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

133,140,012

 

Other Expenses

17,507,365

 

Equipment

57,475

 

Institutes for Educators

135,914

 

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

1,274,995

 

Teachers' Standards Implementation Program

3,043,773

 

Early Childhood Program

4,892,247

 

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6, and 8

14,858,451

 

Primary Mental Health

490,000

 

Adult Education Action

266,689

 

Vocational Technical School Textbooks

750,000

 

Repair of Instructional Equipment

387,995

 

Minor Repairs to Plant

390,213

 

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

400,000

 

Connecticut Writing Project

60,000

 

Resource Equity Assessments

484,834

 

Readers as Leaders

65,000

 

Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

900,000

 

High School Technology Initiative

1,000,000

 

Best Practices

500,000

 

Para Professional Development

150,000

 

School Readiness Staff Bonuses

75,000

 

School Accountability

1,925,000

 

Preschool Quality Rating System

3,000,000

 

Connecticut Science Center

300,000

 

Reach Out and Read

150,000

 

Sheff Settlement

4,874,182

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

American School for the Deaf

9,246,202

 

RESC Leases

800,000

 

Regional Education Services

1,730,000

 

Omnibus Education Grants State Supported

7,903,417

 

Schools

 
 

Head Start Services

2,748,150

 

Head Start Enhancement

1,773,000

 

Family Resource Centers

6,359,461

 

Charter Schools

35,274,700

 

CT Public Television

150,000

 

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

625,000

 

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

2,200,000

 

After School Enhancements

150,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Agriculture

4,485,985

 

Transportation of School Children

47,964,000

 

Adult Education

20,596,400

 

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

4,775,000

 

Education Equalization Grants

1,809,212,288

 

Bilingual Education

2,129,033

 

Priority School Districts

130,044,256

 

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

Interdistrict Cooperation

14,127,369

 

School Breakfast Program

1,634,103

 

Excess Cost - Student Based

124,550,187

 

Non-Public School Transportation

3,995,000

 

School to Work Opportunities

213,750

 

Youth Service Bureaus

2,944,598

 

OPEN Choice Program

14,031,479

 

Early Reading Success

2,403,646

 

Magnet Schools

103,482,519

 

After School Program

5,300,000

 

Young Adult Learners

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,552,658,018

     
 

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR

 
 

THE BLIND

 
 

Personal Services

4,192,613

 

Other Expenses

870,205

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually

7,120,796

 

Handicapped Children

 
 

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

673,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Supplementary Relief and Services

115,425

 

Vocational Rehabilitation

989,454

 

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

331,761

 

Connecticut Radio Information Service

92,253

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,386,507

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HEARING

 
 

IMPAIRED

 
 

Personal Services

675,472

 

Other Expenses

162,454

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Part-Time Interpreters

224,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,062,926

     
 

STATE LIBRARY

 
 

Personal Services

5,771,524

 

Other Expenses

870,459

 

Equipment

1,000

 

State-Wide Digital Library

2,067,485

 

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

262,097

 

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

1,200,000

 

State-Wide Data Base Program

710,206

 

Info Anytime

150,000

 

Computer Access

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

350,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants to Public Libraries

347,109

 

Connecticard Payments

1,226,028

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,155,908

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

2,713,377

 

Other Expenses

172,569

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Minority Advancement Program

2,402,814

 

Alternate Route to Certification

477,033

 

National Service Act

345,647

 

International Initiatives

70,000

 

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

481,374

 

Education and Health Initiatives

550,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Capitol Scholarship Program

8,926,895

 

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled

4,000

 

Veterans

 
 

Connecticut Independent College Student Grant

23,913,860

 

Connecticut Aid for Public College Students

30,208,469

 

New England Board of Higher Education

183,750

 

Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak

59,393

 

Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine

100,000

 

Washington Center

25,000

 

ECE - Collaboration with Higher Ed

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

71,135,181

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

Operating Expenses

212,761,424

 

Tuition Freeze

4,741,885

 

Regional Campus Enhancement

7,330,822

 

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

100,000

 

Water Basin Planning

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

225,134,131

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH

 
 

CENTER

 
 

Operating Expenses

93,668,388

 

AHEC

505,707

 

AGENCY TOTAL

94,174,095

     
 

CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE

 
 

Operating Expenses

2,063,453

 

Distance Learning Consortium

645,690

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,709,143

     
 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

1,723,673

 

Other Expenses

819,324

 

Equipment

1,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Retirement Contributions

428,560,263

 

Retirees Health Service Cost

14,373,790

 

Municipal Retiree Health Insurance Costs

8,561,136

 

AGENCY TOTAL

454,039,186

     
 

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

 
 

COLLEGES

 
 

Operating Expenses

146,275,410

 

Tuition Freeze

2,160,925

 

Manufacturing Technology Program - Asnuntuck

345,000

 

Expand Manufacturing Technology Program

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

148,981,335

     
 

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 
 

Operating Expenses

151,066,414

 

Tuition Freeze

6,561,971

 

Waterbury-Based Degree Program

986,207

 

AGENCY TOTAL

158,614,592

     
 

TOTAL

3,736,051,022

 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Personal Services

425,949,991

 

Other Expenses

72,970,837

 

Equipment

100

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,250,722

 

Inmate Medical Services

99,524,982

 

Parole Staffing and Operations

4,997,094

 

Mental Health AIC

500,000

 

Amer-i-can Program

250,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,500

 

Legal Services to Prisoners

768,595

 

Volunteer Services

170,758

 

Community Support Services

33,662,463

 

AGENCY TOTAL

663,055,042

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 
 

Personal Services

276,541,023

 

Other Expenses

51,933,665

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Short-Term Residential Treatment

692,358

 

Substance Abuse Screening

1,770,379

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

10,073,507

 

Local Systems of Care

2,031,671

 

Family Support Services

14,971,422

 

Emergency Needs

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Health Assessment and Consultation

937,541

 

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

13,788,591

 

Day Treatment Centers for Children

5,628,767

 

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

12,358,095

 

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

6,020,272

 

Community Emergency Services

192,543

 

Community Based Prevention Programs

4,713,620

 

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

1,819,203

 

Support for Recovering Families

8,524,733

 

No Nexus Special Education

8,037,889

 

Family Preservation Services

5,228,540

 

Substance Abuse Treatment

4,358,271

 

Child Welfare Support Services

3,973,001

 

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

70,864,881

 

Board and Care for Children - Foster

115,752,462

 

Board and Care for Children - Residential

206,405,352

 

Individualized Family Supports

16,327,115

 

Community KidCare

23,553,065

 

Covenant to Care

161,666

 

Neighborhood Center

257,777

 

AGENCY TOTAL

867,918,409

     
 

COUNCIL TO ADMINISTER THE CHILDREN'S

 
 

TRUST FUND

 
 

Personal Services

1,304,261

 

Other Expenses

80,000

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Children's Trust Fund

13,153,290

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,538,551

     
 

TOTAL

1,545,512,002

 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

302,825,084

 

Other Expenses

67,082,250

 

Equipment

2,657,544

 

Alternative Incarceration Program

45,880,152

 

Justice Education Center, Inc.

300,000

 

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

30,828,133

 

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,169,380

 

Probate Court

1,450,000

 

Youthful Offender Services

5,679,348

 

Victim Security Account

125,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

459,996,891

     
 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

33,237,717

 

Other Expenses

1,348,386

 

Equipment

100

 

Special Public Defenders - Contractual

3,044,467

 

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

5,850,292

 

Expert Witnesses

1,615,646

 

Training and Education

98,314

 

AGENCY TOTAL

45,194,922

     
 

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

546,362

 

Other Expenses

185,314

 

Equipment

5,550

 

Training for Contracted Attorneys

75,000

 

Contracted Attorneys

11,522,697

 

Contracted Attorney Related Expenses

114,435

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,449,358

     
 

TOTAL

517,641,171

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO THE

 
 

GOVERNOR

 
 

Governor's Contingency Account

15,000

     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

1,293,087,052

 

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

99,411,999

 

CHEFA Day Care Security

6,500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,398,999,051

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio Network

25,176

 

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio Network

16,756

 

Equal Grants to Thirty-Four Non-Profit General

31

 

Hospitals

 
 

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

Interstate Environmental Commission

96,880

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

73,019,215

 

State Property

 
 

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

115,431,737

 

Private Tax-Exempt Property

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

188,974,506

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

4,462,358

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

481,808,264

 

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

29,749,000

 

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,781,000

 

Judges and Compensation Commissioners

13,433,610

 

Retirement

 
 

Insurance - Group Life

6,667,062

 

Employers Social Security Tax

218,965,640

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

444,484,884

 

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

442,930,000

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

2,312,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,646,594,318

     
 

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

 
 

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

53,134,280

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

22,510,514

     
 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

140,101

 

Other Expenses

29,933

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

170,134

     
 

TOTAL

3,310,397,803

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

16,431,351,899

 

GENERAL FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Legislative Unallocated Lapses

-2,700,000

 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-87,780,000

 

General Personal Services Reduction

-15,000,000

 

General Other Expenses Reduction

-11,000,000

     
 

NET -

16,314,871,899

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Sec. 2. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Other Expenses

2,375,200

     
 

TOTAL

2,375,200

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

 
 

Personal Services

43,441,065

 

Other Expenses

16,181,316

 

Equipment

830,767

 

Insurance Enforcement

659,785

 

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and

283,000

 

Networks Project

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

61,395,933

     
 

TOTAL

61,395,933

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TRANSPORTATION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 
 

Personal Services

148,549,494

 

Other Expenses

47,940,156

 

Equipment

2,748,345

 

Minor Capital Projects

350,000

 

Highway and Bridge Renewal-Equipment

8,000,000

 

Highway Planning and Research

3,086,641

 

Hospital Transit for Dialysis

100,000

 

Rail Operations

100,042,527

 

Bus Operations

110,139,826

 

Highway and Bridge Renewal

12,537,504

 

Tweed-New Haven Airport Grant

600,000

 

ADA Para-transit Program

20,542,934

 

Non-ADA Dial-A-Ride Program

576,361

 

Southeast Tourism Transit System

3,000,000

 

Non Bondable Bus Capital Projects

150,000

 

SE CT Intermodal Transportation Center

750,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Town Aid Road Grants - TF

22,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

481,113,788

     
 

TOTAL

481,113,788

 

TRANSPORTATION

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

436,194,065

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

230,000

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

67,058,000

 

Insurance - Group Life

277,794

 

Employers Social Security Tax

17,795,000

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

35,872,600

 

AGENCY TOTAL

121,233,394

     
 

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

 
 

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

2,114,695

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

5,408,151

     
 

TOTAL

564,950,305

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

1,109,835,226

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-11,000,000

     
 

NET -

1,098,835,226

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 

Sec. 3. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants To Towns

86,250,000

     
 

TOTAL

86,250,000

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

86,250,000

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 

Sec. 4. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
 

Personal Services

741,673

 

Other Expenses

65,157

 

Equipment

6,000

 

Award Payments to Veterans

1,979,800

 

Fringe Benefits

445,340

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,237,970

     
 

TOTAL

3,237,970

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

TOTAL

3,237,970

 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 

Sec. 5. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

377,824

 

Other Expenses

232,714

 

Equipment

79,900

 

Fringe Benefits

247,176

 

AGENCY TOTAL

937,614

     
 

TOTAL

937,614

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

100,446

     
 

TOTAL

100,446

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

1,038,060

 

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

 

Sec. 6. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

BANKING FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

 
 

Personal Services

10,388,853

 

Other Expenses

2,797,743

 

Equipment

330,100

 

Fringe Benefits

5,918,251

 

Indirect Overhead

234,139

 

AGENCY TOTAL

19,669,086

     
 

TOTAL

19,669,086

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

19,669,086

 

BANKING FUND

 

Sec. 7. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

INSURANCE FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

12,658,588

 

Other Expenses

2,301,610

 

Equipment

144,500

 

Fringe Benefits

7,162,835

 

Indirect Overhead

150,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

22,417,533

     
 

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

516,965

 

Other Expenses

144,781

 

Equipment

8,533

 

Fringe Benefits

299,840

 

Indirect Overhead

23,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

993,119

     
 

TOTAL

23,410,652

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

23,410,652

 

INSURANCE FUND

 

Sec. 8. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY

 
 

CONTROL FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

 
 

Personal Services

1,422,273

 

Other Expenses

527,934

 

Equipment

25,200

 

Fringe Benefits

794,090

 

Indirect Overhead

236,127

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,005,624

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

11,722,520

 

Other Expenses

1,702,115

 

Equipment

101,500

 

Fringe Benefits

6,654,296

 

Indirect Overhead

149,575

 

Nuclear Energy Advisory Council

9,116

 

AGENCY TOTAL

20,339,122

     
 

TOTAL

23,344,746

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

23,344,746

 

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY

 
 

CONTROL FUND

 

Sec. 9. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

54,199

     
 

TOTAL

54,199

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Occupational Health Clinics

673,450

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

9,568,184

 

Other Expenses

3,653,058

 

Equipment

109,043

 

Criminal Justice Fraud Unit

487,786

 

Rehabilitative Services

2,645,534

 

Fringe Benefits

5,545,275

 

Indirect Overhead

965,850

 

AGENCY TOTAL

22,974,730

     
 

TOTAL

23,648,180

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

23,702,379

 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 10. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 
   

2007- 2008

     
   

$

     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Criminal Injuries Compensation

3,525,000

     
 

TOTAL

3,525,000

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

3,525,000

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 11. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

GENERAL FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

44,570,566

 

Other Expenses

16,906,885

 

Equipment

807,200

 

Flag Restoration

50,000

 

Minor Capital Improvements

1,100,000

 

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

437,500

 

Redistricting

50,000

 

Old State House

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Interstate Conference Fund

375,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

64,797,151

     
 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

 
 

Personal Services

11,343,936

 

Other Expenses

780,994

 

Equipment

100,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,224,930

     
 

COMMISSION ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

375,849

 

Other Expenses

89,200

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

467,549

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

 
 

Personal Services

732,257

 

Other Expenses

341,687

 

Equipment

3,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,076,944

     
 

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

 
 

Personal Services

841,228

 

Other Expenses

212,880

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,056,608

     
 

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

494,179

 

Other Expenses

103,440

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

600,119

     
 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

357,059

 

Other Expenses

76,386

 

Equipment

2,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

435,945

     
 

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS

 
 

COMMISSION

 
 

Other Expenses

25,000

     
 

TOTAL

80,684,246

 

LEGISLATIVE

 
     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

3,244,000

 

Other Expenses

379,116

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

New England Governors' Conference

90,500

 

National Governors' Association

112,600

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,826,316

     
 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

 
 

Personal Services

1,700,000

 

Other Expenses

1,600,000

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,300,100

     
 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

 
 

Personal Services

505,177

 

Other Expenses

87,070

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

592,347

     
 

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,601,174

 

Other Expenses

265,726

 

Equipment

15,400

 

Commission's Per Diems

17,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,899,300

     
 

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

 
 

Personal Services

1,561,773

 

Other Expenses

183,882

 

Equipment

2,500

 

Judge Trial Referee Fees

25,000

 

Reserve for Attorney Fees

50,000

 

Information Technology Initiatives

400,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,223,155

     
 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

1,911,312

 

Other Expenses

200,000

 

Equipment

30,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,141,312

     
 

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

95,959

 

Other Expenses

21,691

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

117,750

     
 

STATE PROPERTIES REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

325,702

 

Other Expenses

189,244

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

515,046

     
 

STATE TREASURER

 
 

Personal Services

4,471,817

 

Other Expenses

338,388

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,810,305

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER

 
 

Personal Services

20,415,618

 

Other Expenses

6,008,110

 

Equipment

100

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

19,570

 

AGENCY TOTAL

26,443,398

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

59,503,371

 

Other Expenses

10,821,216

 

Equipment

100

 

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

425,767

 

AGENCY TOTAL

70,750,454

     
 

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

 
 

Personal Services

6,123,939

 

Other Expenses

1,532,217

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,656,256

     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

268,096

 

Other Expenses

14,163,704

 

Equipment

100

 

Surety Bonds for State Officials and Employees

21,700

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,453,600

     
 

GAMING POLICY BOARD

 
 

Other Expenses

2,903

     
 

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

 
 

Personal Services

16,406,474

 

Other Expenses

3,838,273

 

Equipment

100

 

Automated Budget System and Data Base Link

63,610

 

Leadership, Education, Athletics in Partnership

850,000

 

(LEAP)

 
 

Cash Management Improvement Act

100

 

Justice Assistance Grants

2,963,182

 

Neighborhood Youth Centers

1,250,930

 

Land Use Education

150,000

 

Office of Property Rights Ombudsman

214,667

 

Office of Business Advocate

599,271

 

Water Planning Council

200,000

 

Urban Youth Violence Prevention

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Tax Relief for Elderly Renters

18,622,979

 

Private Providers

39,000,000

 

Regional Planning Agencies

1,000,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability

576,142

 

Exemption

 
 

Distressed Municipalities

7,800,000

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,899

 

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

900,000

 

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,099

 

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery and

104,930,000

 

Equipment

 
 

Capital City Economic Development

7,900,000

 

Property Tax Exemption for Hybrid Vehicles

900,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

232,641,726

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

 
 

Personal Services

25,806,728

 

Other Expenses

7,598,860

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Support Services for Veterans

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

Headstones

370,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

33,983,788

     
 

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE COMPETITIVENESS

 
 

Personal Services

475,029

 

Other Expenses

301,824

 

Equipment

1,000

 

CETC Workforce

2,096,139

 

Job Funnels Projects

1,000,000

 

Connecticut Career Choices

800,000

 

Nanotechnology Study

300,000

 

SBIR Initiative

250,000

 

Career Ladder Pilot Program

500,000

 

Spanish-American Merchants Association

300,000

 

Adult Literacy Council

176,784

 

Film Industry Training Program

1,000,000

 

SBIR Matching Grants

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,450,776

     
 

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

 
 

Personal Services

325,075

 

Other Expenses

105,157

 

AGENCY TOTAL

430,232

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

21,649,417

 

Other Expenses

1,121,739

 

Equipment

100

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

382,000

 

Loss Control Risk Management

278,241

 

Employees' Review Board

52,630

 

Quality of Work-Life

350,000

 

Refunds of Collections

30,000

 

W. C. Administrator

5,450,055

 

Hospital Billing System

101,005

 

Correctional Ombudsman

299,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,714,187

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION

 
 

TECHNOLOGY

 
 

Personal Services

9,801,197

 

Other Expenses

7,674,753

 

Equipment

100

 

Connecticut Education Network

3,239,119

 

Internet and Email Services

8,400,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,115,169

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 
 

Personal Services

7,448,015

 

Other Expenses

26,476,580

 

Equipment

100

 

Management Services

4,220,675

 

Rents and Moving

10,862,767

 

Capitol Day Care Center

114,250

 

Facilities Design Expenses

5,101,178

 

AGENCY TOTAL

54,223,565

     
 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

 
 

Personal Services

30,994,185

 

Other Expenses

1,629,091

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

32,623,376

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS COMMISSIONER

 
 

Personal Services

294,583

 

Other Expenses

37,506

 

Equipment

100

 

Adjudicated Claims

85,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

417,189

     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

43,503,403

 

Other Expenses

2,800,550

 

Equipment

100

 

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,074,800

 

Witness Protection

447,913

 

Training and Education

120,908

 

Expert Witnesses

236,643

 

Medicaid Fraud Control

660,737

 

AGENCY TOTAL

48,845,054

     
 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

 
 

Other Expenses

1,000

     
 

STATE MARSHAL COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

313,630

 

Other Expenses

161,374

 

Equipment

25,100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

500,104

     
 

TOTAL

608,678,408

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 
 

Personal Services

126,752,434

 

Other Expenses

30,132,509

 

Equipment

100

 

Stress Reduction

53,354

 

Fleet Purchase

8,351,138

 

Gun Law Enforcement Task Force

400,000

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

3,619,776

 

COLLECT

51,500

 

Urban Violence Task Force

318,018

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Civil Air Patrol

36,758

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

SNTF Local Officer Incentive Program

238,800

 

AGENCY TOTAL

169,954,387

     
 

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND

 
 

TRAINING COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

2,071,448

 

Other Expenses

1,029,219

 

Equipment

15,100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,115,767

     
 

BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS

 
 

Personal Services

89,197

 

Other Expenses

14,751

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

104,048

     
 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

3,493,752

 

Other Expenses

3,273,537

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Firing Squads

319,500

 

Veteran's Service Bonuses

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,337,789

     
 

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND

 
 

CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

1,687,862

 

Other Expenses

832,092

 

Equipment

100

 

Firefighter Training 1

795,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Fire Training School - Willimantic

170,314

 

Fire Training School - Torrington

85,650

 

Fire Training School - New Haven

50,910

 

Fire Training School - Derby

39,094

 

Fire Training School - Wolcott

105,434

 

Fire Training School - Fairfield

74,100

 

Fire Training School - Hartford

178,248

 

Fire Training School - Middletown

62,161

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

3,350

 

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

100,000

 

Fire Training School - Stamford

55,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,239,315

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

10,307,942

 

Other Expenses

1,378,409

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

11,686,451

     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

8,512,443

 

Other Expenses

1,524,500

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Workforce Investment Act

25,895,848

 

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

5,000,000

 

Jobs First Employment Services

16,337,976

 

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

Individual Development Accounts

600,000

 

STRIDE

300,000

 

Apprenticeship Program

654,700

 

Connecticut Career Resource Network

164,752

 

21st Century Jobs

1,001,957

 

TANF Job Reorganization

6,500,000

 

Incumbent Worker Training

500,000

 

STRIVE

300,000

 

Unemployment Benefits for Military Spouses

175,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

67,968,176

     
 

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

325,272

 

Other Expenses

51,912

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

377,284

     
 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND

 
 

OPPORTUNITIES

 
 

Personal Services

7,491,052

 

Other Expenses

551,617

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,650

 

AGENCY TOTAL

8,050,319

     
 

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY

 
 

FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

 
 

Personal Services

2,354,956

 

Other Expenses

392,882

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,748,838

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

826,699

 

Other Expenses

144,264

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Child Fatality Review Panel

84,917

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,056,880

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY

 
 

MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND

 
 

SECURITY

 
 

Personal Services

4,115,403

 

Other Expenses

511,511

 

Equipment

100

 

American Red Cross

225,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,852,014

     
 

TOTAL

281,491,268

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

3,860,000

 

Other Expenses

797,601

 

Equipment

100

 

CT Seafood Advisory Council

47,500

 

Food Council

25,000

 

Vibrio Bacterium Program

10,000

 

Connecticut Wine Council

47,500

 

Senior Food Vouchers

400,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

WIC Program for Fresh Produce for Seniors

110,000

 

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

1,200

 

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

1,000

 

Exhibits and Demonstrations

5,600

 

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

15,000

 

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

84,090

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,404,591

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

 
 

PROTECTION

 
 

Personal Services

33,758,800

 

Other Expenses

3,726,900

 

Equipment

100

 

Stream Gaging

195,456

 

Mosquito Control

375,203

 

State Superfund Site Maintenance

391,000

 

Laboratory Fees

275,875

 

Dam Maintenance

138,809

 

Invasive Plants Council

500,000

 

Storm Drain Filters

500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Agreement USGS-Geological Investigation

47,000

 

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

152,259

 

New England Interstate Water Pollution

8,400

 

Commission

 
 

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

2,040

 

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control

40,200

 

Commission

 
 

Thames River Valley Flood Control Commission

50,200

 

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream

210,981

 

Monitoring

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

40,373,223

     
 

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

 
 

Personal Services

162,620

 

Other Expenses

14,500

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

177,220

     
 

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND TOURISM

 
 

Personal Services

3,873,749

 

Other Expenses

1,048,949

 

Equipment

1,000

 

State-Wide Marketing

4,300,000

 

Ivoryton Playhouse

50,000

 

Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts/

500,000

 

Shubert Theater

 
 

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

500,000

 

New Britain Arts Alliance

100,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Discovery Museum

500,000

 

National Theatre for the Deaf

200,000

 

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

4,000,000

 

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

250,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Greater Hartford Arts Council

125,000

 

Stamford Center for the Arts

500,000

 

Stepping Stone Child Museum

50,000

 

Maritime Center Authority

675,000

 

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

2,400,000

 

Tourism Districts

4,500,000

 

Connecticut Humanities Council

2,500,000

 

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

45,000

 

Amistad Vessel

500,000

 

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

1,000,000

 

New Haven Arts Council

125,000

 

Palace Theater

500,000

 

Beardsley Zoo

400,000

 

Mystic Aquarium

750,000

 

Quinebaug Tourism

100,000

 

Northwestern Tourism

100,000

 

Eastern Tourism

100,000

 

Central Tourism

100,000

 

Twain/Stowe Homes

120,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,913,698

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

 
 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
 

Personal Services

7,430,874

 

Other Expenses

1,352,314

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

629,654

 

Small Business Incubator Program

1,000,000

 

Fair Housing

350,000

 

BioFuels Production Account

100,000

 

CCAT - Energy Application Research

225,000

 

CCAT - CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

1,000,000

 

Main Street Initiatives

80,000

 

Residential Service Coordinators

1,000,000

 

Office of Military Affairs

200,000

 

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

250,000

 

Southeast CT Incubator

500,000

 

Southeast CT Marketing Plan

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Entrepreneurial Centers

142,500

 

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

2,068,000

 

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

6,884,547

 

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

588,903

 

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

1,823,004

 

CONNSTEP

1,000,000

 

Development Research and Economic Assistance

250,000

 

SAMA Bus Windham

300,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

27,375,796

     
 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

 
 

Personal Services

6,300,651

 

Other Expenses

713,495

 

Equipment

100

 

Mosquito Control

221,869

 

Wildlife Disease Prevention

79,746

 

AGENCY TOTAL

7,315,861

     
 

TOTAL

110,560,389

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

35,174,223

 

Other Expenses

7,533,002

 

Equipment

9,600

 

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

490,909

 

Community Services Support for Persons with

199,177

 

AIDS

 
 

Children's Health Initiatives

1,609,658

 

Childhood Lead Poisoning

713,032

 

AIDS Services

7,906,553

 

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and

2,351,494

 

Treatment

 
 

Services for Children Affected by AIDS

264,325

 

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,371,764

 

Medicaid Administration

3,927,702

 

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

300,000

 

Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness Program

125,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Community Health Services

9,284,758

 

Emergency Medical Services Training

68,171

 

Emergency Medical Services Regional Offices

677,477

 

Rape Crisis

426,877

 

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

820,761

 

Genetic Diseases Programs

895,323

 

Loan Repayment Program

125,067

 

Immunization Services

9,044,950

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Local and District Departments of Health

5,352,419

 

Venereal Disease Control

216,900

 

School Based Health Clinics

10,209,364

 

AGENCY TOTAL

99,098,506

     
 

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE ACCESS

 
 

Personal Services

2,074,854

 

Other Expenses

236,218

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,311,172

     
 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

 
 

Personal Services

5,089,450

 

Other Expenses

746,205

 

Equipment

8,500

 

Medicolegal Investigations

100,039

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,944,194

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDATION

 
 

Personal Services

317,197,629

 

Other Expenses

27,922,237

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Human Resource Development

231,358

 

Family Support Grants

3,280,095

 

Cooperative Placements Program

20,090,604

 

Clinical Services

4,828,372

 

Early Intervention

28,213,749

 

Community Temporary Support Services

67,315

 

Community Respite Care Programs

330,345

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

14,246,035

 

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,500,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Rent Subsidy Program

4,537,554

 

Family Reunion Program

137,900

 

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

167,548,588

 

Community Residential Services

383,924,747

 

AGENCY TOTAL

974,057,528

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

197,104,779

 

Other Expenses

32,032,281

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Housing Supports and Services

12,598,532

 

Managed Service System

29,855,820

 

Legal Services

536,085

 

Connecticut Mental Health Center

8,842,614

 

Capitol Region Mental Health Center

340,408

 

Professional Services

8,683,898

 

Regional Action Councils

325,000

 

General Assistance Managed Care

81,240,508

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

13,244,566

 

Nursing Home Screening

618,934

 

Young Adult Services

39,433,118

 

TBI Community Services

5,559,318

 

Jail Diversion

4,362,006

 

Behavioral Health Medications

8,989,095

 

Prison Overcrowding

6,306,821

 

Community Mental Health Strategy Board

11,397,910

 

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

3,927,000

 

Discharge and Diversion Services

3,025,618

 

Home and Community Based Services

2,304,976

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

25,657,045

 

Governor's Partnership to Protect Connecticut's

501,000

 

Workforce

 
 

Grants for Mental Health Services

77,306,334

 

Employment Opportunities

10,322,196

 

AGENCY TOTAL

584,516,862

     
 

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

334,977

 

Other Expenses

50,022

 

AGENCY TOTAL

384,999

     
 

TOTAL

1,666,313,261

 

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

 
     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Personal Services

120,046,574

 

Other Expenses

92,555,196

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Children's Health Council

218,317

 

HUSKY Outreach

1,706,452

 

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

201,202

 

State Food Stamp Supplement

276,517

 

Day Care Projects

465,353

 

HUSKY Program

52,306,416

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Rehabilitation

7,385,768

 

Medicaid

3,723,963,566

 

Lifestar Helicopter

1,388,190

 

Old Age Assistance

32,821,026

 

Aid to the Blind

609,452

 

Aid to the Disabled

59,251,104

 

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

115,857,403

 

Emergency Assistance

500

 

Food Stamp Training Expenses

32,397

 

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract to

56,460,251

 

the Elderly

 
 

Healthy Start

1,441,196

 

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

105,935,000

 

Connecticut Home Care Program

63,057,625

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

1,007,671

 

Programs

 
 

Services to the Elderly

5,965,455

 

Safety Net Services

2,049,247

 

Transportation for Employment Independence

3,209,745

 

Program

 
 

Transitionary Rental Assistance

1,186,680

 

Refunds of Collections

187,150

 

Services for Persons With Disabilities

740,485

 

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

93,118,727

 

Nutrition Assistance

446,829

 

Housing/Homeless Services

42,446,812

 

Employment Opportunities

1,231,379

 

Human Resource Development

35,251

 

Child Day Care

10,184,456

 

Independent Living Centers

638,467

 

AIDS Drug Assistance

606,678

 

Disproportionate Share-Medical Emergency

53,725,000

 

Assistance

 
 

DSH-Urban Hospitals in Distressed Municipalities

31,550,000

 

State Administered General Assistance

183,393,217

 

School Readiness

4,955,500

 

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

11,020,000

 

Community Services

4,042,969

 

Alzheimer Respite Care

2,294,388

 

Family Grants

470,099

 

Human Service Infrastructure Community Action

4,447,292

 

Program

 
 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

1,486,008

 

Medicare Part D Supplemental Needs Fund

5,000,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Child Day Care

4,943,127

 

Human Resource Development

29,667

 

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

5,087

 

Programs

 
 

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

848,312

 

Services to the Elderly

43,118

 

Housing/Homeless Services

666,341

 

Community Services

160,499

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,908,116,161

     
 

STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING

 
 

Personal Services

330,750

 

Other Expenses

118,250

 

Equipment

1,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

450,000

     
 

TOTAL

4,908,566,161

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

135,171,412

 

Other Expenses

17,507,365

 

Equipment

57,475

 

Institutes for Educators

135,914

 

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

1,306,071

 

Teachers' Standards Implementation Program

3,048,558

 

Early Childhood Program

4,897,884

 

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6, and 8

15,224,921

 

Primary Mental Health

490,000

 

Adult Education Action

266,689

 

Vocational Technical School Textbooks

750,000

 

Repair of Instructional Equipment

387,995

 

Minor Repairs to Plant

390,213

 

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

400,000

 

Connecticut Writing Project

60,000

 

Resource Equity Assessments

499,126

 

Readers as Leaders

65,000

 

Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

1,050,000

 

High School Technology Initiative

1,000,000

 

Best Practices

500,000

 

Para Professional Development

150,000

 

School Readiness Staff Bonuses

150,000

 

School Accountability

1,925,000

 

Preschool Quality Rating System

2,500,000

 

CommPACT Schools

750,000

 

Connecticut Science Center

500,000

 

Reach Out and Read

150,000

 

Sheff Settlement

9,952,505

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

American School for the Deaf

9,979,202

 

RESC Leases

800,000

 

Regional Education Services

1,730,000

 

Omnibus Education Grants State Supported

7,945,417

 

Schools

 
 

Head Start Services

2,748,150

 

Head Start Enhancement

1,773,000

 

Family Resource Centers

6,359,461

 

Charter Schools

40,692,150

 

CT Public Television

150,000

 

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

625,000

 

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

2,200,000

 

After School Enhancements

150,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Vocational Agriculture

4,560,565

 

Transportation of School Children

47,964,000

 

Adult Education

20,596,400

 

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private Schools

4,775,000

 

Education Equalization Grants

1,889,182,288

 

Bilingual Education

2,129,033

 

Priority School Districts

124,246,970

 

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

Interdistrict Cooperation

14,127,369

 

School Breakfast Program

1,634,103

 

Excess Cost - Student Based

133,891,451

 

Non-Public School Transportation

3,995,000

 

School to Work Opportunities

213,750

 

Youth Service Bureaus

2,944,598

 

OPEN Choice Program

14,115,002

 

Early Reading Success

2,403,646

 

Magnet Schools

121,509,285

 

After School Program

5,500,000

 

Young Adult Learners

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,668,956,298

     
 

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR

 
 

THE BLIND

 
 

Personal Services

4,370,705

 

Other Expenses

870,205

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually

7,156,842

 

Handicapped Children

 
 

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

673,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Supplementary Relief and Services

115,425

 

Vocational Rehabilitation

989,454

 

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

331,761

 

Connecticut Radio Information Service

92,253

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,600,645

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HEARING

 
 

IMPAIRED

 
 

Personal Services

704,218

 

Other Expenses

162,454

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Part-Time Interpreters

316,200

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,183,872

     
 

STATE LIBRARY

 
 

Personal Services

5,856,069

 

Other Expenses

870,459

 

Equipment

1,000

 

State-Wide Digital Library

2,067,485

 

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

262,097

 

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

1,200,000

 

State-Wide Data Base Program

710,206

 

Info Anytime

150,000

 

Computer Access

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

350,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants to Public Libraries

347,109

 

Connecticard Payments

1,226,028

 

AGENCY TOTAL

13,240,453

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

2,866,195

 

Other Expenses

172,569

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Minority Advancement Program

2,405,666

 

Alternate Route to Certification

477,033

 

National Service Act

345,647

 

International Initiatives

70,000

 

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

481,374

 

Education and Health Initiatives

550,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Capitol Scholarship Program

8,927,779

 

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled

4,000

 

Veterans

 
 

Connecticut Independent College Student Grant

23,913,860

 

Connecticut Aid for Public College Students

30,208,469

 

New England Board of Higher Education

183,750

 

Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak

59,393

 

Washington Center

25,000

 

ECE - Collaboration with Higher Ed

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

71,191,735

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

Operating Expenses

217,199,850

 

Tuition Freeze

4,741,885

 

Regional Campus Enhancement

7,374,425

 

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

100,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

229,416,160

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH

 
 

CENTER

 
 

Operating Expenses

101,457,891

 

AHEC

505,707

 

AGENCY TOTAL

101,963,598

     
 

CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE

 
 

Operating Expenses

2,175,936

 

Distance Learning Consortium

683,472

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,859,408

     
 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

 
 

Personal Services

1,782,963

 

Other Expenses

778,633

 

Equipment

1,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Retirement Contributions

329,302,674

 

Retirees Health Service Cost

16,031,169

 

Municipal Retiree Health Insurance Costs

8,989,193

 

AGENCY TOTAL

356,885,632

     
 

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

 
 

COLLEGES

 
 

Operating Expenses

149,815,671

 

Tuition Freeze

2,160,925

 

Manufacturing Technology Program - Asnuntuck

345,000

 

Expand Manufacturing Technology Program

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

152,521,596

     
 

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 
 

Operating Expenses

152,884,620

 

Tuition Freeze

6,561,971

 

Waterbury-Based Degree Program

997,703

 

AGENCY TOTAL

160,444,294

     
 

TOTAL

3,773,263,691

 

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

 
     
 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Personal Services

426,896,070

 

Other Expenses

72,959,414

 

Equipment

100

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

24,898,513

 

Inmate Medical Services

104,194,273

 

Parole Staffing and Operations

5,126,361

 

Mental Health AIC

500,000

 

Amer-i-can Program

250,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,500

 

Legal Services to Prisoners

768,595

 

Volunteer Services

170,758

 

Community Support Services

33,662,463

 

AGENCY TOTAL

669,436,047

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 
 

Personal Services

290,594,636

 

Other Expenses

50,426,054

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Short-Term Residential Treatment

692,358

 

Substance Abuse Screening

1,770,379

 

Workers' Compensation Claims

10,562,850

 

Local Systems of Care

2,090,265

 

Family Support Services

16,052,540

 

Emergency Needs

1,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Health Assessment and Consultation

937,541

 

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

13,788,591

 

Day Treatment Centers for Children

5,628,767

 

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

12,358,095

 

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

6,020,272

 

Community Emergency Services

192,543

 

Community Based Prevention Programs

4,713,620

 

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

1,819,203

 

Support for Recovering Families

8,613,355

 

No Nexus Special Education

8,037,889

 

Family Preservation Services

5,228,540

 

Substance Abuse Treatment

4,358,271

 

Child Welfare Support Services

4,153,401

 

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

74,105,257

 

Board and Care for Children - Foster

119,996,026

 

Board and Care for Children - Residential

216,037,287

 

Individualized Family Supports

17,014,615

 

Community KidCare

23,553,065

 

Covenant to Care

161,666

 

Neighborhood Center

257,777

 

AGENCY TOTAL

900,165,863

     
 

COUNCIL TO ADMINISTER THE CHILDREN'S

 
 

TRUST FUND

 
 

Personal Services

1,397,385

 

Other Expenses

85,000

 

Equipment

1,000

 

Children's Trust Fund

13,653,290

 

Safe Harbor Respite

200,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

15,336,675

     
 

TOTAL

1,584,938,585

 

CORRECTIONS

 
     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

320,711,865

 

Other Expenses

70,808,550

 

Equipment

2,762,423

 

Alternative Incarceration Program

46,104,152

 

Justice Education Center, Inc.

300,000

 

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

30,936,484

 

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,169,380

 

Probate Court

2,500,000

 

Youthful Offender Services

8,088,299

 

Victim Security Account

155,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

485,536,153

     
 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

34,169,082

 

Other Expenses

1,456,446

 

Equipment

100

 

Special Public Defenders - Contractual

3,044,467

 

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

5,850,292

 

Expert Witnesses

1,615,646

 

Training and Education

126,114

 

AGENCY TOTAL

46,262,147

     
 

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

580,031

 

Other Expenses

184,674

 

Training for Contracted Attorneys

45,000

 

Contracted Attorneys

11,612,135

 

Contracted Attorney Related Expenses

114,435

 

AGENCY TOTAL

12,536,275

     
 

TOTAL

544,334,575

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO THE

 
 

GOVERNOR

 
 

Governor's Contingency Account

15,000

     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

1,421,390,258

 

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

114,018,431

 

CHEFA Day Care Security

8,500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,543,908,689

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio Network

25,176

 

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio Network

16,756

 

Equal Grants to Thirty-Four Non-Profit General

31

 

Hospitals

 
 

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

Interstate Environmental Commission

102,700

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

73,019,215

 

State Property

 
 

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of Taxes on

115,431,737

 

Private Tax-Exempt Property

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

188,980,326

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

4,667,627

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

504,424,039

 

Higher Education Alternative Retirement System

31,516,000

 

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,884,000

 

Judges and Compensation Commissioners

14,172,454

 

Retirement

 
 

Insurance - Group Life

6,787,064

 

Employers Social Security Tax

232,188,340

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

500,009,884

 

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

484,235,000

 

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

2,002,500

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,781,886,908

     
 

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

 
 

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

92,803,621

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

23,206,154

     
 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

 
 

Personal Services

142,160

 

Other Expenses

29,933

 

Equipment

100

 

AGENCY TOTAL

172,193

     
 

TOTAL

3,630,972,891

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

17,189,803,475

 

GENERAL FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Legislative Unallocated Lapses

-2,700,000

 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-87,780,000

 

General Personal Services Reduction

-14,000,000

 

General Other Expenses Reduction

-11,000,000

 

DoIT Consultants Lapse

-2,000,000

     
 

NET -

17,072,323,475

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Sec. 12. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

STATE INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 
 

BOARD

 
 

Other Expenses

2,517,540

     
 

TOTAL

2,517,540

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

 
 

Personal Services

44,376,964

 

Other Expenses

16,178,125

 

Equipment

966,136

 

Insurance Enforcement

659,785

 

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and

283,000

 

Networks Project

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

62,464,010

     
 

TOTAL

62,464,010

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TRANSPORTATION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 
 

Personal Services

151,867,442

 

Other Expenses

47,038,056

 

Equipment

2,238,870

 

Minor Capital Projects

350,000

 

Highway and Bridge Renewal-Equipment

8,000,000

 

Highway Planning and Research

3,192,843

 

Hospital Transit for Dialysis

100,000

 

Rail Operations

116,378,770

 

Bus Operations

116,865,218

 

Highway and Bridge Renewal

12,576,141

 

Tweed-New Haven Airport Grant

600,000

 

ADA Para-transit Program

22,223,606

 

Non-ADA Dial-A-Ride Program

576,361

 

Southeast Tourism Transit System

3,000,000

 

Non Bondable Bus Capital Projects

250,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Town Aid Road Grants - TF

22,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

507,257,307

     
 

TOTAL

507,257,307

 

TRANSPORTATION

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

449,526,814

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

Unemployment Compensation

242,000

 

State Employees Retirement Contributions

71,426,000

 

Insurance - Group Life

282,794

 

Employers Social Security Tax

19,960,600

 

State Employees Health Service Cost

38,404,600

 

AGENCY TOTAL

130,315,994

     
 

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

 
 

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

7,799,645

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

5,345,089

     
 

TOTAL

592,987,542

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

1,165,226,399

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 
     
 

LESS:

 
     
 

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-11,000,000

     
 

NET -

1,154,226,399

 

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

 

Sec. 13. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER - MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants To Towns

86,250,000

     
 

TOTAL

86,250,000

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

86,250,000

 

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND

 
 

MOHEGAN FUND

 

Sec. 14. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 
 

Personal Services

770,774

 

Other Expenses

65,157

 

Equipment

10,500

 

Award Payments to Veterans

1,979,800

 

Fringe Benefits

470,322

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,296,553

     
 

TOTAL

3,296,553

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 
     
 

TOTAL

3,296,553

 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

 

Sec. 15. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Personal Services

395,248

 

Other Expenses

232,714

 

Equipment

100

 

Fringe Benefits

263,011

 

AGENCY TOTAL

891,073

     
 

TOTAL

891,073

 

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

 
     
 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Debt Service

122,067

     
 

TOTAL

122,067

 

NON-FUNCTIONAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

1,013,140

 

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

 

Sec. 16. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

BANKING FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

 
 

Personal Services

10,805,361

 

Other Expenses

1,841,792

 

Equipment

100

 

Fringe Benefits

6,079,741

 

Indirect Overhead

234,139

 

AGENCY TOTAL

18,961,133

     
 

TOTAL

18,961,133

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

18,961,133

 

BANKING FUND

 

Sec. 17. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

INSURANCE FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

 
 

Personal Services

13,206,743

 

Other Expenses

2,138,612

 

Equipment

134,500

 

Fringe Benefits

7,398,610

 

Indirect Overhead

175,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

23,053,465

     
 

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE

 
 

Personal Services

541,822

 

Other Expenses

144,781

 

Equipment

1,333

 

Fringe Benefits

319,675

 

Indirect Overhead

25,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

1,032,611

     
 

TOTAL

24,086,076

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

24,086,076

 

INSURANCE FUND

 

Sec. 18. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY

 
 

CONTROL FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

 
 

Personal Services

1,482,485

 

Other Expenses

527,934

 

Equipment

22,700

 

Fringe Benefits

817,666

 

Indirect Overhead

236,127

 

AGENCY TOTAL

3,086,912

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL

 
 

Personal Services

12,266,483

 

Other Expenses

1,702,115

 

Equipment

97,501

 

Fringe Benefits

6,930,574

 

Indirect Overhead

149,575

 

Nuclear Energy Advisory Council

9,116

 

AGENCY TOTAL

21,155,364

     
 

TOTAL

24,242,276

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

24,242,276

 

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY

 
 

CONTROL FUND

 

Sec. 19. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Personal Services

55,336

     
 

TOTAL

55,336

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 
     
 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

LABOR DEPARTMENT

 
 

Occupational Health Clinics

674,587

     
 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

 
 

Personal Services

9,853,980

 

Other Expenses

3,311,885

 

Equipment

307,020

 

Criminal Justice Fraud Unit

498,030

 

Rehabilitative Services

2,695,840

 

Fringe Benefits

5,622,685

 

Indirect Overhead

986,133

 

AGENCY TOTAL

23,275,573

     
 

TOTAL

23,950,160

 

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

 
     
 

TOTAL

24,005,496

 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 20. (Effective July 1, 2007) The following sums are appropriated for the annual period as indicated and for the purposes described.

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 
   

2008- 2009

     
   

$

     
 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

 
 

Criminal Injuries Compensation

2,625,000

     
 

TOTAL

2,625,000

 

JUDICIAL

 
     
 

TOTAL

2,625,000

 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

 

Sec. 21. (Effective from passage) (a) The following sums are appropriated from the General Fund for the purposes herein specified for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007:

 

GENERAL FUND

 
   

$

     
 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 
 

Other Expenses

150,000

 

Connecticut Academy of Science and

400,000

 

Engineering

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

550,000

     
 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

 
 

Other Expenses

1,500,000

     
 

OFFICE OF POLICY AND

 
 

MANAGEMENT

 
 

Contingency Needs

12,000,000

 

Implement Energy Initiatives

5,000,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Regional Performance Incentive Program

10,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

27,000,000

     
 

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE

 
 

COMPETITIVENESS

 
 

Film Industry Equipment

500,000

 

Film Industry Study

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

750,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

 
 

SERVICES

 
 

Other Expenses

40,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 
 

Other Expenses

850,000

 

Rents and Moving

350,000

 

Permanent Upgrades to 61 Woodland Street

1,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,200,000

     
 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

 
 

Other Expenses

58,500

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 
 

Other Expenses

150,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY

 
 

CONTROL

 
 

State-wide Energy Efficiency and Outreach

5,000,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 
 

Dairy Farmers

4,000,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

 
 

PROTECTION

 
 

Clean Diesel Buses

10,000,000

 

Griswold Recreational Fields

50,000

 

Tidal Boundaries Study

50,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

10,100,000

     
 

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND

 
 

TOURISM

 
 

Nathan Hale Homestead

250,000

 

Bushnell Memorial

2,000,000

 

Fairfield Arts Council

150,000

 

Hartford Arena Study

250,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

2,650,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

 
 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
 

Biofuels

5,100,000

 

Deferred Maintenance for Public Housing

10,000,000

 

Home CT

4,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

19,100,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

500,000

 

Other Expenses

4,561,325

 

Equipment

775,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

5,836,325

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDATION

 
 

Other Expenses

1,778,321

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

Other Expenses

170,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

500,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

670,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Other Expenses

3,200,000

 

Crisis Hospital Fund

30,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

33,200,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 
 

Personal Services

208,836

 

Other Expenses

150,000

 

DNA Epicenter in New London

250,000

 

Distance Learning Initiative

850,000

 

Technical School Supplies

500,000

 

Longitudinal Data Systems

6,400,000

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

School Safety

10,000,000

 

Fuel Cell Projects

800,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

19,158,836

     
 

COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND

 
 

HEARING IMPAIRED

 
 

Part-Time Interpreters

320,000

     
 

STATE LIBRARY

 
 

Arts Inventory

150,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 
 

Other Expenses

200,000

 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Higher Education State Matching Grant

4,185,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,385,000

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

Operating Expenses

400,000

     
 

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 
 

HEALTH CENTER

 
 

Operating Expenses

200,000

     
 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

 
 

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

 
 

GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Retirement Contributions

300,000,000

     
 

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

 
 

COLLEGES

 
 

Operating Expenses

520,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Cheshire Prison Effluence

500,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND

 
 

FAMILIES

 
 

Other Expenses

300,000

 

Adolescent Psychiatric Services

300,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

600,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 
 

Bus Operations

9,494,500

 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Town Aid Road Grants

16,000,000

 

Elderly and Disabled Demand Responsive

3,900,000

 

Transportation Program

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

29,394,500

     
 

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

 
 

Defeasance (ECLM and Clean Energy)

85,000,000

 

Supportive Housing Debt Service

3,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

88,000,000

     
 

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS

 
 

ADMINISTERED BY THE

 
 

COMPTROLLER

 
     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER -

 
 

MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

 
 

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes

13,999,858

 

on State Property

 
 

Grants to Towns

13,497,038

 

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of

13,997,038

 

Taxes on Private Tax-Exempt Property

 
 

AGENCY TOTAL

41,493,934

     
 

STATE COMPTROLLER – FRINGE BENEFITS

 
 

State Employees Health Service Cost

4,000,000

 

Other Post Employment Benefits

10,000,000

 

AGENCY TOTAL

14,000,000

     
 

TOTAL -

$ 613,705,416

 

GENERAL FUND

 

(b) Except as provided in subsections (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), (k), (l), (m), (n), (o), (p), (q), (r), and (s) of this section, funds appropriated in subsection (a) of this section shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(c) Funds appropriated to Legislative Management in subsection (a) of this section, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 75,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 75,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(d) Funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in subsection (a) of this section, for Contingency Needs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 6,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 6,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(e) Funds appropriated to the Department of Administrative Services in subsection (a) of this section, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 40,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(f) Funds appropriated to the Department of Public Works in subsection (a) of this section, for Rents and Moving, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 350,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(g) Funds appropriated to the Department of Environmental Protection in subsection (a) of this section, for Clean Diesel Buses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(h) Funds appropriated to the Department of Education in subsection (a) of this section, for Longitudinal Data Systems, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 3,650,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 2,750,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(i) Funds appropriated to the Department of Education in subsection (a) of this section, for School Safety, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(j) Funds appropriated to the State Library in subsection (a) of this section, for Arts Inventory, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 75,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 75,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(k) Funds appropriated to the Department of Higher Education in subsection (a) of this section, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 100,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 100,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(l) Funds appropriated to the Teachers' Retirement Board in subsection (a) of this section, for Retirement Contributions, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 90,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 210,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(m) Funds appropriated to the Department of Transportation in subsection (a) of this section, for Bus Operations, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 2,200,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 7,294,500 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(n) Funds appropriated to the Department of Transportation in subsection (a) of this section, for Town Aid Road Grants, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 8,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 8,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(o) Funds appropriated to the Debt Service-State Treasurer in subsection (a) of this section, for Supportive Housing Debt Service, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 3,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(p) Funds appropriated to the Miscellaneous Appropriations Administered by the Comptroller in subsection (a) of this section, for the Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on State Property, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 6,999,929 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 6,999,929 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(q) Funds appropriated to the Miscellaneous Appropriations Administered by the Comptroller in subsection (a) of this section, for Grants to Towns, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 6,748,519 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 6,748,519 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(r) Funds appropriated to the Miscellaneous Appropriations Administered by the Comptroller in subsection (a) of this section, for the Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes on Private Tax-Exempt Property, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 6,998,519 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008; the sum of $ 6,998,519 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

(s) Funds appropriated to the State Comptroller – Fringe Benefits in subsection (a) of this section, for State Employee Health Service Cost, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose as follows: The sum of $ 4,000,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 22. (Effective July 1, 2007) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to any agency, from the General Fund, under sections 1 and 11 of this act, may be transferred at the request of such agency to any other agency by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, to take full advantage of federal matching funds, provided both agencies shall certify that the expenditure of such transferred funds by the receiving agency will be for the same purpose as that of the original appropriation or portion thereof so transferred. Any federal funds generated through the transfer of appropriations between agencies may be used for reimbursing General Fund expenditures or for expanding program services or a combination of both as determined by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee.

Sec. 23. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall monitor expenditures for Personal Services, during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, in order to reduce expenditures for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, by $ 15,000,000, and during the fiscal year June 30, 2009, by $ 14,000,000. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the constituent units of the State System of Higher Education.

(b) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall monitor expenditures for Other Expenses, during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, in order to reduce expenditures for such purpose during each fiscal year by $ 11,000,000. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the constituent units of the State System of Higher Education.

Sec. 24. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) to (d), inclusive, of section 4-85 of the general statutes and subsection (f) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, the Governor may, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, modify or reduce requisitions for allotments during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, in order to achieve collective bargaining and related savings required under this act, any other public or special act, or any collectively bargained agreement.

Sec. 25. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Appropriations for Personal Services in sections 1, 2, 11 and 12 of this act may be transferred from agencies to the Reserve for Salary Adjustments account upon the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee to reflect a more accurate impact of collective bargaining and related costs.

(b) The appropriations to the Reserve for Salary Adjustments account in sections 1, 2, 11 and 12 of this act, and any transfers to the account pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, may be transferred and necessary additions from the resources of special funds may be made by the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, to give effect to salary increases, other employee benefits, agency costs related to staff reductions including accrual payments, achievement of agency general personal services reductions, or other personal services adjustments authorized by this act, any other act or other applicable statute.

Sec. 26. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) That portion of unexpended funds, as determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, appropriated in special act 98-6, special act 99-10, special act 00-13, special act 01-1 of the June special session, public act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session and public act 04-216, which relate to collective bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(b) That portion of unexpended funds, as determined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, appropriated in sections 1 and 2 of this act, which relate to collective bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2008, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 27. (Effective July 1, 2007) The total number of positions which may be filled by any state agency shall not exceed the number of positions recommended by the joint standing committee on appropriations, including any revisions to such recommendation resulting from enactments of the General Assembly, as set forth in the report on the state budget published by the legislative Office of Fiscal Analysis, except upon the recommendation of the Governor and approval of the Finance Advisory Committee. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the constituent units of the State System of Higher Education.

Sec. 28. (Effective July 1, 2007) The Office of Policy and Management may transfer funds appropriated to Reserve for Salary Adjustments in section 1 of this act, for Reserve for Salary Adjustments, to the Department of Banking, Insurance Department, Department of Public Utility Control, Office of Consumer Counsel, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines' Fund and Workers' Compensation Commission, for employee accrual costs related to the Early Retirement Incentive Program.

Sec. 29. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Other Expenses, for the health care and pension consulting contract, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 30. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 750,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 49 (a) and (c) of public act 05-251 for Other Expenses to prevent potential base closures, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 31. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 396,000 of the unexpended balance of funds in the Office of Policy and Management, for Other Expenses, for a contract to audit the construction of Interstate 84 highway, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 32. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 565,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251 as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186 for Other Expenses for Energy Issues, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 33. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251 as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for licensing and permitting fees shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be made available for such purposes during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 34. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 1,500,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Justice Assistance Grants, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 35. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 350,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Workforce Competitiveness in section 1 of public act 06-186, for CETC Workforce, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 36. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the total number of positions which may be filled by the Department of Administrative Services, from the General Services Revolving Fund, shall not exceed one hundred twenty-four.

Sec. 37. (Effective July 1, 2007) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, and the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the total number of positions which may be filled by the Department of Information Technology, from the Technical Services Revolving Fund, shall not exceed 201 positions and 208 positions, respectively.

Sec. 38. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 413,738 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Information Technology in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall be transferred to Other Expenses and continue to be available for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for expenses related to the portal upgrade and disaster recovery and risk management.

Sec. 39. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (a) to (d), inclusive, of section 4-85 of the general statutes and subsection (f) of section 4-89 of the general statutes, the Governor may, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, modify or reduce requisitions for state agency allotments during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, in order to reallocate funding to reflect the implementation of a revised rate structure for services provided by the Department of Information Technology.

Sec. 40. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 535,000 appropriated to the Department of Public Safety in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses and made available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for helicopter maintenance costs.

Sec. 41. (Effective July 1, 2007) The balance of the Emissions Safety Account, within the Emissions Inspection Fund established under section 3 of public act 91-355, shall be transferred to the Emissions Inspection Account within said fund.

Sec. 42. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds transferred from the Reserve for Salary Adjustment account in the Special Transportation Fund, to the Department of Motor Vehicles, in section 39 of special act 00-13, and carried forward in subsection (a) of section 34 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, and subsection (a) of section 41 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and section 43 of public act 05-251 for the Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks Project, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

Sec. 43. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Motor Vehicles in section 49 of special act 99-10, and carried forward in subsection (b) of section 34 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, subsection (b) of section 41 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and subsection (a) of section 45 of public act 05-251, for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(b) Up to $ 7,000,000 of the unexpended balance appropriated to the Department of Transportation, for Personal Services, in section 12 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and carried forward and transferred to the Department of Motor Vehicles' Reflective License Plates account by section 33 of public act 04-216, and carried forward by section 72 of public act 04-2 of the May special session, and subsection (b) of section 45 of public act 05-251, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(c) Up to $ 8,500,000 of the unexpended balance appropriated to the State Treasurer, for Debt Service, in section 12 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, and carried forward and transferred to the Department of Motor Vehicles' Reflective License Plates account by section 33 of public act 04-216, and carried forward by section 72 of public act 04-2 of the May special session, and subsection (c) of section 45 of public act 05-251, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the purpose of upgrading the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration and driver license data processing systems for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

Sec. 44. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Military Department in section 1 of public act 05-251, for Veterans' Service Bonuses, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, and carried forward by subsection (a) of section 17 of public act 06-186, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(b) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Military Department in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Veterans' Service Bonuses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 45. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 100,000 of funds appropriated to the Department of Banking in section 4 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be made available for information technology upgrades during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 46. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Up to $ 225,000 of funds appropriated to the Insurance Department in section 5 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Equipment to be available for the purchase of a new phone system during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(b) Up to $ 125,000 of funds appropriated to the Insurance Department in section 5 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses to be available for information technology upgrades during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(c) Up to $ 50,000 of funds appropriated to the Insurance Department in section 5 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses and shall be available for credit card fees during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 47. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of section 31-261 of the general statutes, $ 28,000,000 of the amount credited to this state's account in the Unemployment Trust Fund pursuant to Section 903 of the Social Security Act, is deemed to be appropriated to the Labor Department. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, up to $ 15,000,000 may be used to support the administrative infrastructure of the agency and to improve agency information technology systems, provided not more than $ 3,000,000 of this sum shall be used for information technology systems. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, up to $ 13,000,000 may be used to support the administrative infrastructure of the agency. Such amounts shall be available for expenditure to the extent allowed under Section 903 of the Social Security Act.

Sec. 48. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 155,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for moving expenditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 49. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 560,000 appropriated to the Workers' Compensation Commission in section 19 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, as amended by section 9 of public act 04-216, and section 44 of public act 05-251, for Rehabilitative Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses, for information technology consultant services and software upgrades, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 50. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, and the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the Comptroller shall deposit into the Emergency Spill Response account established under section 22a-451 of the general statutes, the sum of $ 12,500,000 of the amount received by the state from the tax imposed under chapter 227 of the general statutes.

Sec. 51. (Effective July 1, 2008) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the Comptroller shall transfer $ 1,100,000 from the Environmental Quality Fund into the Environmental Conservation Fund.

Sec. 52. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Environmental Protection, for Lobster Restoration, in subsection (a) of section 8 of public act 06-186, and carried forward by subsection (b) of said section, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 53. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 500,000 appropriated to the Department of Economic and Community Development in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Connecticut Research Institute, for the purpose of establishing a research institute to collect and analyze economic development and workforce data, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the purpose of developing a state-wide economic development strategic plan during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 54. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 375,000 appropriated to the Department of Economic and Community Development in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Fuel Cell Economic Plan, for the purpose of assisting the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology in establishing a hydrogen fuel cell coalition and industry cluster, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purposes during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 55. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 450,000 appropriated to the Department of Economic and Community Development in section 1 of public act 06-186, for CCAT, for the purpose of assisting the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology in drafting a Fuel Cell Economic Development Plan, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 56. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health in section 27 of public act 06-186, from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund, for the establishment of a comprehensive cancer plan pursuant to section 52 of public act 06-195, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(b) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health in section 27 of public act 06-186, from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund, for cervical and breast cancer, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

Sec. 57. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and Treatment, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(b) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health in section 53 of public act 06-186, for Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and Treatment, shall not lapse June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(c) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health in section 54 of public act 06-186, for Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and Treatment, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

Sec. 58. (Effective July 1, 2007) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, up to $ 200,000 from the Stem Cell Research Fund established by section 19a-32e of the general statutes, may be used each year by the Commissioner of Public Health, for administrative expenses.

Sec. 59. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the sum of $ 1,950,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Public Health as follows: (1) Easy Breathing Program - $ 500,000; (2) for an adult asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program, at Norwalk Hospital - $ 150,000; (3) for an adult asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program, at Bridgeport Hospital - $ 150,000; (4) for the Children's Health Initiative, for a state-wide asthma awareness and prevention education program - $ 150,000; (5) for the Women's Healthy Heart program, competitive grants requiring a fifty per cent match, to municipalities, for the promotion of healthy lifestyles - $ 500,000; and (6) for physical fitness and nutrition programs for children from ages eight to eighteen, inclusive, who are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight - $ 500,000.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the sum of $ 1,450,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Public Health as follows: (1) Easy Breathing Program - $ 500,000; (2) for an adult asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program, at Norwalk Hospital - $ 150,000; (3) for an adult asthma program within the Easy Breathing Program, at Bridgeport Hospital - $ 150,000; (4) for the Children's Health Initiative, for a state-wide asthma awareness and prevention education program - $ 150,000; and (5) for the Women's Healthy Heart program, competitive grants to municipalities, in an amount not less than $ 5,000 or more than $ 50,000 for which a fifty per cent match shall be required, for the promotion of healthy lifestyles - $ 500,000.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the sum of $ 2,000,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Social Services, for the planning and development of a request for proposals for the Charter Oak Health Plan.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the sum of $ 11,000,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Social Services, for the implementation and administration of the Charter Oak Health Plan.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the sum of $ 500,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to The University of Connecticut Health Center for the Connecticut Health Information Network.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the sum of $ 500,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to The University of Connecticut Health Center for the Connecticut Health Information Network.

(g) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the sum of $ 1,000,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Social Services for the CHOICES Program.

(h) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general shall statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the sum of $ 1,000,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Social Services for the CHOICES Program.

(i) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 4-28e of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the sum of $ 300,000 shall be transferred from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for grants for tobacco education programs.

Sec. 60. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds transferred to the Department of Transportation pursuant to section 2 of public act 04-177, and carried forward by section 46 of public act 05-4 of the June special session and section 34 of public act 06-136, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, to support the implementation of the increased motorist assistance services recommended by the Transportation Strategy Board.

Sec. 61. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Transportation, for the Transportation Strategy Board, in subsection (a) of section 47 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, and carried forward by subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 47 of special act 01-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 2 of special act 01-1 of the November 15 special session, section 16 of public act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, subsection (a) of section 42 of public act 03-1 of the June 30 special session, section 36 of public act 03-4 of the June 30 special session, section 8 of public act 04-177, and section 47 of public act 05-4 of the June special session, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, for the programs and purposes of the Transportation Strategy Board.

Sec. 62. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 650,000 appropriated to the Department of Transportation in section 2 of public act 06-186, for Other Expense, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available as follows: The sum of $ 575,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, $ 500,000 of which may be expended to continue the contract to implement the department's construction software module, and $ 75,000 of which may be expended for conference materials; the sum of $ 75,000 shall be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, for conference materials.

Sec. 63. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 49 of public act 06-186, for Hospital Hardship, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 64. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 33,200,000 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Medicaid, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 65. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 5,906,052 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Medicaid, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure to cover the costs associated with leap year for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008. Funds shall be distributed as follows:

 

GENERAL FUND

 
     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDATION

 
 

Pilot Program for Client Services

    $ 6,686

 

Cooperative Placements Program

17,740

 

New Placements

4,028

 

Family Placements

5,481

 

Emergency Placements

10,825

 

Community Residential Services

848,976

 

AGENCY TOTAL

893,736

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND

 
 

ADDICTION SERVICES

 
 

General Assistance Managed Care

186,134

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 
 

Medicaid

3,876,000

 

Old Age Assistance

99,340

 

Aid to the Blind

1,751

 

Aid to the Disabled

175,644

 

AGENCY TOTAL

4,152,735

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND

 
 

FAMILIES

 
 

Family Support Services

4,989

 

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

175,735

 

Board and Care for Children - Foster

203,732

 

Board and Care for Children - Residential

288,991

 

AGENCY TOTAL

673,447

     
 

TOTAL –

    $ 5,906,052

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Sec. 66. (Effective July 1, 2007) All funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services for DMHAS – Disproportionate Share shall be expended by the Department of Social Services in such amounts and at such times as prescribed by the Office of Policy and Management. The Department of Social Services shall make disproportionate share payments to hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for operating expenses and for related fringe benefit expenses. Funds received by the hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for fringe benefits, shall be used to reimburse the Comptroller. All other funds received by the hospitals in the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services shall be deposited to grants - other than federal accounts. All disproportionate share payments not expended in grants - other than federal accounts shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year.

Sec. 67. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, the Department of Social Services may, in compliance with an advanced planning document approved by the federal Department of Health and Human Services for the procurement of a Medicaid management information system, establish a receivable for the reimbursement anticipated from such project.

(b) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, the Department of Social Services may, in compliance with an advanced planning document approved by the federal Department of Health and Human Services for the development of a data warehouse, establish a receivable for the reimbursement anticipated from such project.

Sec. 68. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 5,000,000 appropriated to The University of Connecticut Health Center, in section 1 of this act, may be transferred by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to the Disproportionate Share – Medical Emergency Assistance account in the Department of Social Services for the purpose of maximizing federal reimbursement.

Sec. 69. (Effective July 1, 2007) Any appropriation, or portion thereof, made to the Department of Veterans' Affairs in section 1 of this act, may be transferred by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to the Disproportionate Share – Medical Emergency Assistance account in the Department of Social Services for the purposes of maximizing federal reimbursement.

Sec. 70. (Effective July 1, 2007) During each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, $ 1,000,000 of the federal funds received by the Department of Education, from Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), shall be transferred to the Department of Mental Retardation, for the Birth-to-Three program, in order to carry out Part B responsibilities consistent with the IDEA.

Sec. 71. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Education in section 1 of public act 06-186, for the Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(b) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Education in section 1 of public act 06-186, for the Development of Mastery Exams, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for such purpose during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

(c) Up to $ 360,000 appropriated to the Department of Education, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Magnet Schools, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for a Pathways to Technology lease during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 72. (Effective July 1, 2007) Any unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Board of Education and Services for the Blind in section 1 of public act 06-186, for the Special Training for the Deaf Blind, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 73. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10a-22u of the general statutes, the amount of funds available to the Department of Higher Education, for expenditure from the student protection account, shall be $ 228,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, and $ 233,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 74. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 36,000,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to Debt Service - State Treasurer in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Debt Service, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 75. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 200,000 appropriated to the Teachers' Retirement Board in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Retirees Health Service Costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 76. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 20,000,000 appropriated to the Office of the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefit Accounts in section 1 of public act 06-186, for State Employee Health Service Costs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 77. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 12-564 of the general statutes, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the executive director of the Division of Special Revenue shall conduct a study with regard to the effect of legalized gambling on the citizens of this state. The study shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of said section 12-564. The sum of $ 350,000 appropriated to the Division of Special Revenue in section 8 of public act 06-186, and carried forward pursuant to said section 8, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for the purposes of such study.

Sec. 78. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Up to $ 600,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Commission on Culture and Tourism in section 1 of public act 04-216 and carried forward by subsection (b) of section 33 of public act 05-251, and section 18 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall be available for office consolidations and moving expenditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(b) Up to $ 200,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Commission on Culture and Tourism in section 18 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses to be available for office consolidations and moving expenditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 79. (Effective July 1, 2007) If, at any time during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the number of sworn personnel in the Department of Public Safety is fewer than one thousand two hundred twenty, the department shall begin a trooper training class at such time.

Sec. 80. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Each state agency or recipient of state funds for the biennium ending June 30, 2009, for a program that is designated as a new or expanded program as set forth in the report on the state budget published by the legislative Office of Fiscal Analysis, in conjunction with the Office of Policy and Management, shall submit a report to the joint standing committee on appropriations, through the Office of Fiscal Analysis, which sets forth the purpose of such program, not later than September 1, 2007.

(b) Not later than July 1, 2008, each entity required to submit a report in accordance with subsection (a) shall submit a progress report which sets forth (1) the population results to which such program makes a significant contribution; (2) indicators for such population results; and (3) measures of quality and client outcomes for such program, according to results based accountability principles, and which has been approved by the Office of Fiscal Analysis as meeting the requirements of results based accountability, to the Office of Policy and Management and the joint standing committee on appropriations, through the legislative Office of Fiscal Analysis.

(c) Each state agency or recipient of state funds for the biennium ending June 30, 2009, that is designated an early childhood care and education provider by the chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committee on appropriations, shall continue to provide and report information in a results based accountability format, as requested by the chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committee on appropriations, or their designees.

Sec. 81. (Effective July 1, 2007) During each of the fiscal years ending June 30, 2008, and June 30, 2009, the sum of $ 1,666,665 appropriated to the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Fund, for Grants to Towns, in sections 3 and 13 of this act shall be distributed to municipalities that are members of the Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments and to any distressed municipality that is a member of the Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments or the Windham Area Council of Governments. Said amounts shall be distributed proportionately to each such municipality based on the total amount of payments received by all such municipalities from said fund in the fiscal years ending June 30, 2007, and June 30, 2008, determined in accordance with section to 3-55j of the general statutes. The grants payable in accordance with this section shall be determined prior to the determination of grants pursuant to said section to 3-55j and shall not be reduced proportionately if the total of the grants payable to each municipality pursuant to said section exceeds the amount appropriated for such grants with respect to such year. The payments to municipalities authorized by this section shall be made in accordance with the schedule set forth in section 3-55i of the general statutes.

Sec. 82. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 2,887,000 appropriated to the Office of Legislative Management, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure as follows: (1) Other Expenses - $ 1,400,000; (2) Equipment - $ 400,000; (3) Flag Restoration - $ 64,000; and (4) Minor Capitol Improvements - $ 1,023,000.

Sec. 83. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 400,000 appropriated to the Office of Legislative Management shall be available for the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering for a hospital beds need analysis for central Connecticut during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 84. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Funds appropriated to the Department of Economic and Community Development, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Biofuels, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, as follows: (1) The sum of $ 4,000,000 shall be available for production grants; (2) the sum of $ 1,000,000 shall be transferred to the Department of Economic and Community Development, for grants to establish a fuel diversification research grant program; and (3) the sum of $ 100,000 shall be transferred to Eastern Connecticut State University, for the Institute for Sustainable Energy.

(b) For the purposes of subdivisions (1) and (2) of subsection (a) of this section, the department may enter into an agreement, pursuant to chapter 55a of the general statutes, with a person, firm, corporation or other entity for the operation of such program.

Sec. 85. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Up to $ 500,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for Regional Action Councils during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(b) Up to $ 500,000 made available to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, for the Pre-Trial Alcohol Substance Abuse Program, shall be available for Regional Action Councils during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 86. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 20,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Freedom of Information Commission for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Equipment, shall not lapse June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 87. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 12-818 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer an additional $ 400,000 of revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account established pursuant to section 17a-713 of the general statutes, for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of chronic gamblers in the state.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 12-818 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall transfer an additional $ 448,000 of the revenue received from the sale of lottery tickets to the chronic gamblers treatment and rehabilitation account established pursuant to section 17a-713 of the general statutes, for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of chronic gamblers in the state.

Sec. 88. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 8 of public act 06-186, for Contingency Needs, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for expenditure in accordance with said section 8 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 89. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 1,400,000 of the amount appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 21 of this act, for the Regional Performance Incentive Program, shall be used for the Geographic Information System.

Sec. 90. Subsection (a) of section 1 of special act 07-10 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) The Office of [Health Care Access] Legislative Management shall, within available appropriations, contract with the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering to conduct a needs-based analysis of The University of Connecticut Health Center facilities plan. Such analysis shall consider (1) a comparison of the center's proposal for a replacement hospital with the alternative plan for a remodeled center, (2) the projected state-wide need for hospital beds up to at least the year 2018, and any possible impact that any acute care hospital in the region may experience if the amount of beds is increased at the university hospital, (3) the center's need for a modernized academic medical facility to provide instruction and achieve excellence in the schools of medicine and dental medicine and program in biomedical science, attract medical and biomedical professionals to such schools and program and to support research and clinical trials, and (4) other factors that the academy may deem appropriate.

Sec. 91. (Effective July 1, 2007) Not later than June 30, 2008, the Comptroller may transfer $ 16,000,000 of General Fund revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for use as General Fund revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 92. (Effective from passage) Not later than June 30, 2007, the Comptroller may designate up to $ 80,000,000 of the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, to be accounted for as revenue of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 93. (Effective July 1, 2007) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the Comptroller is authorized to pay the fringe benefit costs for any employee of the John Dempsey Hospital who is a member of a state-wide collective bargaining unit from the central fringe benefit account appropriations from the General Fund. Such fringe benefit costs shall not exceed $ 3,600,000.

Sec. 94. Subsection (a) of section 14-41 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) Except as provided in section 14-41a, each motor vehicle operator's license shall be renewed every six years or every four years on the date of the operator's birthday in accordance with a schedule to be established by the commissioner. On and after July 1, [2007] 2009, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall screen the vision of each motor vehicle operator prior to every other renewal of the operator's license of such operator in accordance with a schedule adopted by the commissioner. Such screening requirement shall apply to every other renewal following the initial screening. In lieu of the vision screening by the commissioner, such operator may submit the results of a vision screening conducted by a licensed health care professional qualified to conduct such screening on a form prescribed by the commissioner during the twelve months preceding such renewal. No motor vehicle operator's license may be renewed unless the operator passes such vision screening. The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, to implement the provisions of this subsection relative to the administration of vision screening.

Sec. 95. Section 3-115b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) Effective with the fiscal year commencing July 1, [2007] 2009, the Comptroller is authorized to implement the use of generally accepted accounting principles, as prescribed by the Government Accounting Standards Board, with respect to the preparation and maintenance of the annual financial statements of the state, and the Office of Policy and Management is authorized to implement the use of generally accepted accounting principles, as prescribed by the Government Accounting Standards Board, with respect to the preparation of the annual budget of the state.

(b) To implement such accounting principles, the Comptroller and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall concurrently prepare conversion plans for the respective implementations pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. The conversion plans shall be submitted to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies not later than February 1, [2007] 2009.

(c) The Comptroller shall establish an opening combined balance sheet for all appropriated funds as of July 1, [2007] 2009, on the basis of generally accepted accounting principles. The accrued and unpaid expenses and liabilities and other adjustments for the purposes of generally accepted accounting principles, as of June 30, [2007] 2009, shall be aggregated and set up as a deferred charge on the combined balance sheet and such deferred charge shall be amortized in equal increments in each annual budget commencing with the fiscal year ending June 30, [2009] 2011, and for the succeeding fourteen fiscal years.

Sec. 96. Section 3-69a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) (1) For [each fiscal year until] the fiscal year ending June 30, 2005, the [cash portion of all] funds received under [this] part III of chapter 32 of the general statutes, excluding the proceeds from the sale of property deposited in the Special Abandoned Property Fund in accordance with section 3-62h, shall be deposited in the General Fund. [except as provided in section 3-62h. ]

(2) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, and each fiscal year thereafter, [an amount of the cash] a portion of [all] the funds received under [this] part III of said chapter 32 shall, upon deposit in the General Fund, be [deposited in] credited to the Citizens' Election Fund established in section 9-701, as amended by this act, as follows: [and, except as provided in section 3-62h, the remainder of the cash portion of funds received under this part during each such fiscal year shall be deposited in the General Fund. Said amount shall be: ] (A) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, seventeen million dollars, (B) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, sixteen million dollars, [and] (C) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, seventeen million three hundred thousand dollars, and (D) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, and [for] each fiscal year thereafter, the amount deposited for the preceding fiscal year, [as] adjusted in accordance with any change in the consumer price index for all urban consumers for such preceding fiscal year, as published by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. [, during such preceding fiscal year. ] The State Treasurer shall determine such adjusted amount not later than thirty days after the end of such preceding fiscal year.

(b) All costs incurred in the administration of [this] part III of chapter 32 of the general statutes, except as provided in section 3-62h and subsection (a) of this section, and all claims allowed under this part shall be paid from [the unappropriated resources of] the General Fund.

Sec. 97. Section 9-701 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

There is established [,] the "Citizens' Election Fund", which shall be a separate, nonlapsing account within the General Fund. [, a separate, nonlapsing account to be known as the "Citizens' Election Fund". ] The fund may contain any moneys required by law to be deposited in the fund. Investment earnings credited to the assets of the fund shall become part of the assets of the fund. The State Treasurer shall administer the fund. [Any balance remaining in the fund at the end of any fiscal year shall be carried forward in the fund for the next fiscal year. ] All moneys deposited in the fund shall be used for the purposes of sections 9-700 to 9-716, inclusive. The State Elections Enforcement Commission may deduct and retain from the moneys in the fund an amount equal to the costs incurred by the commission in administering the provisions of sections 9-603, 9-624, 9-675 to 9-677, inclusive, and 9-700 to 9-716, inclusive, provided [said] such amount shall not exceed two million dollars during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, [or] one million dollars during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, or two million three hundred thousand dollars during any fiscal year thereafter. Any portion of [said] such allocation [of two million or one million dollars] that exceeds the costs incurred by the commission in administering the provisions of sections 9-700 to 9-716, inclusive, [in] during the fiscal year [in] for which [said] such allocation is made shall continue to be available for [any said] such administrative costs incurred by the commission in [subsequent] succeeding fiscal years.

Sec. 98. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 10-67 to 10-73b, inclusive, of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2007, and June 30, 2008, the WACE Technical Training Center in Waterbury shall be eligible to spend up to $ 300,000 of funding received under the Adult Education Grant pursuant to said sections 10-67 to 10-73b, inclusive, for technical training.

Sec. 99. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 1,000,000 of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Payment in Lieu of Taxes New Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to the Litigation Expenses account for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 100. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 1,900,000 of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to the Litigation Expenses account for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 101. (Effective July 1, 2007) Funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, Private Provider account, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, and the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, shall be transferred to the following agencies that contract with private providers, to reflect a 3% cost of living adjustment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008: Departments of Mental Retardation, Mental Health and Addiction Services, Children and Families, Social Services, Public Health, and Correction; Judicial Department; and Council to Administer the Children's Trust Fund.

Sec. 102. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of the Energy Contingency account shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be made available for such purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 103. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 550,000 appropriated to the Department of Veterans' Affairs in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses and made available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for security improvements.

Sec. 104. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 30,000 appropriated to the Department of Administrative Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to the Correctional Ombudsman account and made available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for contract costs.

Sec. 105. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 250,000 of the funds appropriated to the Department of Administrative Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses and shall be made available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 106. (Effective July 1, 2007) The sum of $ 75,000 appropriated to the Department of Public Safety in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for Fingerprint Backlog Cards.

Sec. 107. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 50,000 of funds appropriated to the Department of Motor Vehicles, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to Other Expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for a Benchmark Comparison Study of DMV to national standards of other state motor vehicle departments.

Sec. 108. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of section 19a-55a of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, $ 800,000 of the amount collected pursuant to section 19a-55 of the general statutes shall be credited to the Newborn Screening Account, and be available for expenditure by the Department of Public Health for the purchase of upgrades to the newborn screening technology and for the expenses of the testing required by sections 19a-55 and 19a-59 of the general statutes.

Sec. 109. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Public Health for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for the Loan Repayment Program, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 110. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 395,000 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 1 of public act 06-186, for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center, for the purposes of pilot child and adolescent rapid emergency stabilization services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose under the Medicaid account during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 111. (Effective July 1, 2007) Funds recouped from managed care organizations during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, due to the behavioral health carve-out, shall be available for expenditure under the Medicaid program for said fiscal year.

Sec. 112. (Effective July 1, 2007) The unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for State Administered General Assistance, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for the payment of claims from the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 113. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) Up to $ 1,000,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Children and Families in section 1 of public act 05-251, and carried forward by section 23 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available to automate the Title IV-E eligibility system for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(b) Up to $ 300,000 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Children and Families in section 1 of public act 06-186, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be made available to automate the Title IV-E eligibility system for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 114. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 1,060,500 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Department of Children and Families, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Other Expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for moving expenses during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 115. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 500,000 of the unexpended funds appropriated to the Department of Children and Families, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, for Board and Care for Children - Foster Care, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and shall continue to be available for an electronic medical records system in FY 2008.

Sec. 116. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 20,000 of funds appropriated to the Division of Criminal Justice, for Other Expenses, for the development of an Electronic Case Management System, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 117. (Effective July 1, 2007) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, $ 100,000 of the funds appropriated for the State Department on Aging in section 1 of this act shall be transferred to the Department of Social Services for the purposes of analyzing and recommending the best structure, services, staffing and allocation of funds for the establishment of the new department, and $ 350,000 of the funds appropriated in section 1 of this act for the State Department on Aging shall be transferred to the Department of Social Services to enhance elderly services.

Sec. 118. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 33,500 of the unexpended balance of funds appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management, for Other Expenses for economic consulting services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for such purpose during the fiscal year ending year June 30, 2008.

Sec. 119. (Effective from passage) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2007, and June 30, 2008, the Commissioner of Social Services may, upon the request of a nursing facility providing services eligible for payment under the medical assistance program and after consultation with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, make a payment to such nursing facility in advance of normal bill payment processing, provided such advance shall not exceed estimated amounts due to such nursing facility for services provided to eligible recipients over the most recent two-month period. The commissioner shall recover such payment through reductions to payments due to such nursing facility or cash receipt within ninety days of issuance of such payment. The commissioner shall take prudent measures to assure that such advance payments are not provided to any nursing facility that is at risk of bankruptcy or insolvency, and may execute agreements appropriate for the security of repayment.

Sec. 120. (Effective July 1, 2007) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 10a-8c of the general statutes, funds appropriated to the Department of Higher Education, for the Higher Education Match, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, shall be expended for grants pursuant to subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 10a-77a, subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 10a-99a, subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of section 10a-109i and subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 10a-143a of the general statutes.

Sec. 121. (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) The sum of $ 1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Information Technology, in section 1 of this act, for Internet and E-Mail Services, shall be transferred to the Office of Policy and Management, to be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, for Connecticut Impaired Driving Records Information System.

(b) The sum of $ 1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Information Technology, in section 11 of this act, for Internet and E-Mail Services, shall be transferred to the Office of Policy and Management, to be available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, for Connecticut Impaired Driving Records Information System.

Sec. 122. (Effective July 1, 2007) Up to $ 100,000 appropriated to the Office of Policy and Management in section 1 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall be transferred to the Office of Policy and Management, Capital City Economic Development account, for the Greater Hartford Convention and Visitors Bureau, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 123. (Effective from passage) (a) The following sums are appropriated for the purposes herein specified for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007:

 

GENERAL FUND

$

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 
 

Personal Services

100,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

 
 

Personal Services

3,891,811

     
 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION

 
 

Special Public Defenders – Non-Contractual

650,000

     
 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

 
 

Workers' Compensation Claims

950,000

     
 

TOTAL –

5,591,811

 

GENERAL FUND

 

(b) The amounts appropriated in subsection (a) of this section shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure for such purpose in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

(c) The amount appropriated to the Labor Department for Workforce Investment Act in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, is reduced so that the total amount appropriated to the Labor Department for Workforce Investment Act is $ 25,895,848 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007.

(d) The sum of $ 6,108,189 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Medicaid, shall be transferred to the Department Correction, for Personal Services.

(e) The sum of $ 621,811 appropriated to the Department of Social Services in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Medicaid, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Inmate Medical Services.

(f) The sum of $ 1,350,000 appropriated to the Department of Mental Retardation in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Personal Services, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Inmate Medical Services.

(g) The sum of $ 1,428,189 appropriated to the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefits in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Employers Social Security Tax, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Inmate Medical Services.

(h) The sum of $ 1,728,189 appropriated to the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefits in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Higher Education Alternative Retirement System, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Other Expenses.

(i) The sum of $ 1,000,000 appropriated to the Department of Education in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Charter Schools, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Other Expenses.

(j) The sum of $ 271,811 appropriated to the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefits in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Employers Social Security Tax, shall be transferred to the Department of Correction, for Other Expenses.

(k) The sum of $ 20,000,000 appropriated to the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefits in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for State Employees Health Services Cost, shall be transferred to The University of Connecticut Health Center, for Operating Expenses.

(l) The sum of $ 2,100,000 appropriated to the State Comptroller-Fringe Benefits in section 11 of public act 05-251, as amended by section 1 of public act 06-186, for Higher Education Alternative Retirement System, shall be transferred to The University of Connecticut Health Center, for Operating Expenses.

(m) The amounts transferred in subsections (d) to (l), inclusive, of this section, shall not lapse on June 30, 2007, and such funds shall continue to be available for expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008.

Sec. 124. Section 12-296 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007, and applicable to sales occurring on or after July 1, 2007):

A tax is imposed on all cigarettes held in this state by any person for sale, said tax to be at the rate of [seventy-five and one-half] one hundred mills for each cigarette and the payment thereof shall be for the account of the purchaser or consumer of such cigarettes and shall be evidenced by the affixing of stamps to the packages containing the cigarettes as provided in this chapter.

Sec. 125. Section 12-316 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007, and applicable to the storage or use of unstamped cigarettes occurring on or after July 1, 2007):

A tax is hereby imposed at the rate of [seventy-five and one-half] one hundred mills for each cigarette upon the storage or use within this state of any unstamped cigarettes in the possession of any person other than a licensed distributor or dealer, or a carrier for transit from without this state to a licensed distributor or dealer within this state. Any person, including distributors, dealers, carriers, warehousemen and consumers, last having possession of unstamped cigarettes in this state shall be liable for the tax on such cigarettes if such cigarettes are unaccounted for in transit, storage or otherwise, and in such event a presumption shall exist for the purpose of taxation that such cigarettes were used and consumed in Connecticut.

Sec. 126. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) An excise tax is hereby imposed upon each distributor and each dealer, as each are defined in section 12-285 of the general statutes and licensed pursuant to chapter 214 of the general statutes, in the amount of twenty-four and one-half mills per cigarette, as defined in said section 12-285, in such distributor's or such dealer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2007, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date.

(b) Each such licensed distributor or dealer shall, not later than August 15, 2007, file with the Commissioner of Revenue Services, on forms prescribed by said commissioner, a report that shows the number of cigarettes in inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2007, or, if the business closes after eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, at eleven fifty-nine p. m. on such date, upon which inventory the tax under subsection (a) of this section shall be imposed. The tax shall be due and payable on the due date of such report. If any distributor or dealer required to file a report pursuant to this section fails to file such report on or before August 15, 2007, the commissioner shall make an estimate of the number of cigarettes in such distributor's or dealer's inventory as of the close of business on June 30, 2007, based upon any information that is in the commissioner's possession or that may come into the commissioner's possession. The provisions of chapter 214 of the general statutes pertaining to failure to file returns, examination of returns by the commissioner, the issuance of deficiency assessments or assessments where no return has been filed, the collection of tax, the imposition of penalties and the accrual of interest shall apply to the distributors and dealers required to pay the tax imposed under this section. Failure of any distributor or dealer to file such report when due shall be sufficient reason to revoke such distributor's or dealer's license under the provisions of said chapter 214 and to revoke any other state license or permit held by such distributor or dealer.

Sec. 127. Subsection (a) of section 12-541 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) There is hereby imposed a tax of ten per cent of the admission charge to any place of amusement, entertainment or recreation, except that no tax shall be imposed with respect to any admission charge (1) when the admission charge is less than one dollar or, in the case of any motion picture show, when the admission charge is not more than five dollars, (2) when a daily admission charge is imposed which entitles the patron to participate in an athletic or sporting activity, (3) to any event, other than events held at the stadium facility, as defined in section 32-651, all of the proceeds from which inure exclusively to an entity which is exempt from federal income tax under the Internal Revenue Code, provided such entity actively engages in and assumes the financial risk associated with the presentation of such event, (4) to any event, other than events held at the stadium facility, as defined in section 32-651, which in the opinion of the commissioner, is conducted primarily to raise funds for an entity which is exempt from federal income tax under the Internal Revenue Code, provided the commissioner is satisfied that the net profit which inures to such entity from such event will exceed the amount of the admissions tax which, but for this subdivision, would be imposed upon the person making such charge to such event, (5) to (A) any event at the Hartford Civic Center, the New Haven Coliseum, New Britain Beehive Stadium, New Britain Stadium, effective for events occurring on or after the date such stadium was placed in service, New Britain Veterans Memorial Stadium, Bridgeport Harbor Yard Stadium, Stafford Motor Speedway, Lime Rock Park, Thompson Speedway and Waterford Speedbowl, facilities owned or managed by the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut or any successor organization, the William A. O'Neill Convocation Center, the Connecticut Exposition Center, Nature's Art, the Connecticut Convention Center, or, commencing on or after November 1, 2006, Dodd Stadium or the Arena at Harbor Yard, and (B) games of the New Britain Rock Cats, New Haven Ravens or the Waterbury Spirit, (6) other than for events held at the stadium facility, as defined in section 32-651, paid by centers of service for elderly persons, as described in subdivision (d) of section 17b-425, (7) to any production featuring live performances by actors or musicians presented at Gateway's Candlewood Playhouse, Ocean Beach Park or any nonprofit theater or playhouse in the state, provided such theater or playhouse possesses evidence confirming exemption from federal tax under Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, (8) to any carnival or amusement ride, or (9) if the admission charge would have been subject to tax under the provisions of section 12-542 of the general statutes, revision of 1958, revised to January 1, 1999. On and after July 1, 2000, the tax imposed under this section on any motion picture show shall be eight per cent of the admission charge and, on and after July 1, 2001, the tax imposed on any such motion picture show shall be six per cent of such charge.

Sec. 128. Subsection (a) of section 12-494 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) There is imposed a tax on each deed, instrument or writing, whereby any lands, tenements or other realty is granted, assigned, transferred or otherwise conveyed to, or vested in, the purchaser, or any other person by his direction, when the consideration for the interest or property conveyed equals or exceeds two thousand dollars, (1) subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, at the rate of five-tenths of one per cent of the consideration for the interest in real property conveyed by such deed, instrument or writing, the revenue from which shall be remitted by the town clerk of the municipality in which such tax is paid, not later than ten days following receipt thereof, to the Commissioner of Revenue Services for deposit to the credit of the state General Fund, and (2) at the rate of one-fourth of one per cent of the consideration for the interest in real property conveyed by such deed, instrument or writing, and on and after July 1, [2007] 2008, at the rate of eleven one-hundredths of one per cent of the consideration for the interest in real property conveyed by such deed, instrument or writing, provided the amount imposed under this subdivision shall become part of the general revenue of the municipality in accordance with section 12-499.

Sec. 129. Section 70 of public act 07-242 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Notwithstanding the provisions of the general statutes, from the effective date of this section to [June 30, 2008] September 30, 2007, the provisions of chapter 219 of the general statutes shall not apply to sales of any household appliance that meets the federal Energy Star standard.

Sec. 130. Subsection (b) of section 16-32f of the general statutes, as amended by section 115 of public act 07-242, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(b) Not later than October 1, 2005, and annually thereafter, a gas company, as defined in section 16-1, shall submit to the Department of Public Utility Control a gas conservation plan, in accordance with the provisions of this section, to implement cost-effective energy conservation programs and market transformation initiatives. All supply and conservation and load management options shall be evaluated and selected within an integrated supply and demand planning framework. Such plan shall be funded during each state fiscal year by the revenue from the tax imposed by section 12-264 on the gross receipts of sales of all public services companies that is in excess of the revenue estimate for said tax that is approved by the General Assembly in the appropriations act for such fiscal year, provided the amount of such excess revenue that shall be allocated to fund such plan in any state fiscal year shall not exceed ten million dollars. [Such] Before the accounts for the General Fund have been closed for each fiscal year, such excess revenue shall be deposited by the Comptroller in an account held by the Energy Conservation Management Board, established pursuant to section 16-245m. Services provided under the plan shall be available to all gas company customers. Each gas company shall apply to the Energy Conservation Management Board for reimbursement for expenditures pursuant to the plan. The department shall, in an uncontested proceeding during which the department may hold a public hearing, approve, modify or reject the plan.

Sec. 131. Subdivision (3) of subsection (e) of section 116 of public act 07-242 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(3) The Fuel Oil Conservation Board shall establish a fuel oil conservation account. The account shall be a separate, nonlapsing accounting within the General Fund and shall be funded by annual revenue from the tax imposed by section 12-587 of the general statutes on the sale of petroleum products gross earnings that is in excess of said revenue collected during fiscal 2006, provided the amount of such revenue that shall be allocated to said account in [any year shall not exceed ten million dollars. Said funds shall be deposited into the fuel oil conservation account] the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2007, shall not exceed ten million dollars, and the amount of such revenue that shall be allocated to said account in fiscal years commencing on and after July 1, 2008, shall not exceed five million dollars. Before the accounts for the General Fund have been closed for each fiscal year, said funds shall be deposited by the Comptroller into the fuel oil conservation account.

Sec. 132. (Effective July 1, 2007) The Commissioner of Revenue Services, in consultation with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, shall conduct a study of the estate tax. The study shall include, but need not be limited to, the impact of the estate tax on the state's economic competitiveness and the state's ability to retain residents. Not later than February 1, 2008, the commissioner shall submit the study developed pursuant to this section to the Governor, and, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to finance, revenue and bonding.

Sec. 133. (Effective July 1, 2007) The Office of Legislative Research shall conduct a study concerning a state earned income tax credit. The study shall, include, but need not be limited to (1) the number of residents whose income, as a result of a state earned income tax credit, would rise above the federal poverty level, (2) the impact of such credit on local economies, including the amount of money received from such credit that is spent in economically distressed neighborhoods, (3) the effect of such credit on the state's labor force participation, (4) the effect of such credit on members of the armed forces of the United States, and (5) the effect of such credit on children in low-income families. Not later than February 1, 2008, the Office of Legislative Research shall submit the study developed pursuant to this section to the Governor, and, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to finance, revenue and bonding, appropriations and human services.

Sec. 134. Section 16-245e of the general statutes is amended by adding subsection (l) as follows (Effective from passage):

(NEW) (l) Funds appropriated to the Treasurer in section 21 of this act shall be used by the Treasurer for the purpose of (1) defeasing some or all of the state rate reduction bonds maturing after December 30, 2007, by irrevocably depositing with the bond trustee in trust such appropriation to be used for the scheduled payments of principal and interest on the said state rate reduction bonds and paying operating expenses, (2) purchasing state rate reduction bonds maturing after December 30, 2007, in the open market on such terms and conditions as the Treasurer determines to be in the best interest of the state for purposes of satisfying such bonds, or (3) defeasing or satisfying some or all of the state rate reduction bonds maturing after December 30, 2007, by a combination of the methods described in subdivisions (1) and (2) of this subsection. Such appropriation is for the purpose of paying debt service on bonds or other evidences of indebtedness and related costs and expenses provided for in the indenture. After the defeasance or satisfaction of all outstanding state rate reduction bonds, the trustee shall deliver to the Treasurer or apply in accordance with the instructions of the Treasurer all moneys held by it not necessary to defease or satisfy such bonds or allocated to pay operating expenses. Such funds shall be first applied to satisfy any unpaid operating expenses. After payment of the operating expenses, seventy-five per cent of any remaining amounts shall be paid to the Energy Conservation and Load Management Fund, established pursuant to section 16-245m, as amended by this act, and twenty-five per cent of such remaining amount shall be paid to the Renewable Energy Investment Fund, established pursuant to section 16-245n, as amended by this act. The Treasurer and the finance authority have the authority to take any necessary and appropriate actions to implement the defeasance or satisfaction of the state rate reduction bonds and the payment of all operating expenses so that the amount of state rate reduction charges which before defeasance secured the state rate reduction bonds can be applied to the Energy Conservation and Load Management Fund and the Renewable Energy Investment Fund.

Sec. 135. Subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of section 12-458 of the general statutes, as amended by section 1 of public act 07-199, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(2) On said date and coincident with the filing of such return each distributor shall pay to the commissioner for the account of the purchaser or consumer a tax (A) on each gallon of such fuels sold or used in this state during the preceding calendar month of twenty-six cents on and after January 1, 1992, twenty-eight cents on and after January 1, 1993, twenty-nine cents on and after July 1, 1993, thirty cents on and after January 1, 1994, thirty-one cents on and after July 1, 1994, thirty-two cents on and after January 1, 1995, thirty-three cents on and after July 1, 1995, thirty-four cents on and after October 1, 1995, thirty-five cents on and after January 1, 1996, thirty-six cents on and after April 1, 1996, thirty-seven cents on and after July 1, 1996, thirty-eight cents on and after October 1, 1996, thirty-nine cents on and after January 1, 1997, thirty-six cents on and after July 1, 1997, thirty-two cents on and after July 1, 1998, and twenty-five cents on and after July 1, 2000; and (B) in lieu of said taxes, each distributor shall pay a tax on each gallon of gasohol, as defined in section 14-1, sold or used in this state during such preceding calendar month, of twenty-five cents on and after January 1, 1992, twenty-seven cents on and after January 1, 1993, twenty-eight cents on and after July 1, 1993, twenty-nine cents on and after January 1, 1994, thirty cents on and after July 1, 1994, thirty-one cents on and after January 1, 1995, thirty-two cents on and after July 1, 1995, thirty-three cents on and after October 1, 1995, thirty-four cents on and after January 1, 1996, thirty-five cents on and after April 1, 1996, thirty-six cents on and after July 1, 1996, thirty-seven cents on and after October 1, 1996, thirty-eight cents on and after January 1, 1997, thirty-five cents on and after July 1, 1997, thirty-one cents on and after July 1, 1998, and twenty-four cents on and after July 1, 2000, and twenty-five cents on and after July 1, 2004; and (C) in lieu of [such rate,] said taxes, each distributor shall pay a tax on each gallon of diesel fuel, propane or natural gas sold or used in this state during such preceding calendar month, of eighteen cents on and after September 1, 1991, and twenty-six cents on and after August 1, 2002; (D) in lieu of said taxes, each distributor shall pay a tax on each gallon of propane or natural gas sold or used in this state during such preceding calendar month, of twenty-six cents on and after July 1, 2007; and (E) in lieu of said taxes, each distributor shall pay a tax on each gallon of diesel fuel sold or used in this state during such preceding calendar month, of [thirty-six cents on and after July 1, 2007, thirty-six and eight-tenths cents on and after July 1, 2008, and thirty-eight cents on and after July 1, 2013] thirty-seven cents on and after July 1, 2007, and at the applicable tax rate, as determined by the commissioner pursuant to section 136 of this act, on and after July 1, 2008.

Sec. 136. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2007) (a) (1) The Commissioner of Revenue Services shall, on or before June 15, 2008, and on or before the fifteenth day of June thereafter, calculate, in accordance with subsection (b) of this section, the applicable tax rate per gallon of diesel fuel on the sale or use of such fuel during the twelve-month period beginning on the next succeeding July first, and shall notify each distributor, the chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to finance, revenue and bonding, and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management of such applicable tax rate.

(2) The commissioner shall, on or before June 15, 2008, and on or before the fifteenth day of June thereafter, determine the average wholesale price per gallon of diesel fuel in this state during the twelve-month period ending on the next preceding March thirty-first by using wholesale price information for diesel fuel published by the Oil Price Information Service. Such wholesale price information for "Hartford/Rocky Hill" and "New Haven" shall be averaged by the commissioner. If either the first or last day of such twelve-month period falls on a Sunday or a legal holiday, as defined in section 1-4 of the general statutes, the next succeeding day which is not a Sunday or legal holiday shall be substituted for such first or last day, as the case may be.

(b) (1) The applicable tax rate per gallon of diesel fuel shall be the sum of (A) twenty-six cents, and (B) the product calculated in accordance with subdivision (2) of this subsection. The sum shall be rounded to the nearest one-tenth of a cent.

(2) The commissioner shall multiply (A) the average wholesale price per gallon of diesel fuel, as determined in accordance with subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of this section, by (B) the tax rate specified in subdivision (1) of subsection (b) of section 12-587 of the general statutes. The tax rate so specified shall be the tax rate in effect for the twelve-month period beginning on the next succeeding July first.

(c) For purposes of subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 12-459 of the general statutes, the tax provided for by section 12-458 of the general statutes shall, if determined by the commissioner to be eligible for refund, be refunded at the tax rate per gallon specified in subparagraph (A) of subdivision (1) of subsection (b) of this section.

Sec. 137. Subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of section 12-587 of the general statutes, as amended by public act 07-199, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(2) Gross earnings derived from the first sale of the following petroleum products within this state shall be exempt from tax: (A) Any petroleum products sold for exportation from this state for sale or use outside this state; (B) the product designated by the American Society for Testing and Materials as "Specification for Heating Oil D396-69", commonly known as number 2 heating oil, to be used exclusively for heating purposes or to be used in a commercial fishing vessel, which vessel qualifies for an exemption pursuant to section 12-412; (C) kerosene, commonly known as number 1 oil, to be used exclusively for heating purposes, provided delivery is of both number 1 and number 2 oil, and via a truck with a metered delivery ticket to a residential dwelling or to a centrally metered system serving a group of residential dwellings; (D) the product identified as propane gas, to be used exclusively for heating purposes; (E) bunker fuel oil, intermediate fuel, marine diesel oil and marine gas oil to be used in any vessel having a displacement exceeding four thousand dead weight tons; (F) for any first sale occurring prior to July 1, 2008, propane gas to be used as a fuel for a motor vehicle; (G) for any first sale occurring on or after July 1, 2002, grade number 6 fuel oil, as defined in regulations adopted pursuant to section 16a-22c, to be used exclusively by a company which, in accordance with census data contained in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, United States Office of Management and Budget, 1987 edition, is included in code classifications 2000 to 3999, inclusive, or in Sector 31, 32 or 33 in the North American Industrial Classification System United States Manual, United States Office of Management and Budget, 1997 edition; (H) for any first sale occurring on or after July 1, 2002, number 2 heating oil to be used exclusively in a vessel primarily engaged in interstate commerce, which vessel qualifies for an exemption under section 12-412; (I) for any first sale occurring on or after July 1, 2000, paraffin or microcrystalline waxes; (J) for any first sale occurring prior to July 1, 2008, petroleum products to be used as a fuel for a fuel cell, as defined in subdivision (113) of section 12-412; (K) a commercial heating oil blend containing not less than ten per cent of alternative fuels derived from agricultural produce, food waste, waste vegetable oil or municipal solid waste, including, but not limited to, biodiesel or low sulfur dyed diesel fuel; or (L) for any first sale occurring on or after July 1, 2007, diesel fuel [to be used exclusively in a qualified motor vehicle by a motor carrier, as both are defined in section 12-478] other than diesel fuel to be used in an electric generating facility to generate electricity.

Sec. 138. Subsection (b) of section 13b-61a of the general statutes, as amended by section 3 of public act 07-199, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 13b-61, for calendar quarters ending on or after September 30, 2006, the Comptroller shall deposit into the Special Transportation Fund an annual amount in accordance with the following schedule, from such funds received by the state from the tax imposed under said section 12-587, as amended by this act, on the gross earnings from the sales of petroleum products. Such transfers shall be made in quarterly installments.

 

Fiscal Year

Annual Transfer

 

2007

$ 141,000,000

 

2008

[$ 131,100,000] $127,800,000

 

2009

[$ 145,300,000] $141,900,000

 

2010

[$ 145,300,000] $141,900,000

 

2011

$ 165,300,000

 

2012

$ 165,300,000

 

2013

$ 165,300,000

 

2014 and thereafter

$ 179,200,000

Sec. 139. Subsection (c) of section 19a-88 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(c) (1) Each person holding a license to practice as a registered nurse, shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of [the professional services fee for class B, as defined in section 33-182l] one hundred dollars, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests. Each person holding a license to practice as a registered nurse who has retired from the profession may renew such license, but the fee shall be ten per cent of the professional services fee for class B, as defined in section 33-182l. Any license provided by the department at a reduced fee shall indicate that the registered nurse is retired.

(2) Each person holding a license as an advanced practice registered nurse shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of [the professional services fee for class C, as defined in section 33-182l] one hundred twenty dollars, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests. No such license shall be renewed unless the department is satisfied that the person maintains current certification as either a nurse practitioner, a clinical nurse specialist or a nurse anesthetist from one of the following national certifying bodies which certify nurses in advanced practice: The American Nurses' Association, the Nurses' Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Certification Corporation, the National Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Associates or the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. Each person holding a license to practice as an advanced practice registered nurse who has retired from the profession may renew such license, but the fee shall be ten per cent of the professional services fee for class C, as defined in section 33-182l. Any license provided by the department at a reduced fee shall indicate that the advanced practice registered nurse is retired.

(3) Each person holding a license as a licensed practical nurse shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of the professional services fee for class [A] C, as defined in section 33-182l, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests. Each person holding a license to practice as a licensed practical nurse who has retired from the profession may renew such license, but the fee shall be ten per cent of the professional services fee for class A, as defined in section 33-182l. Any license provided by the department at a reduced fee shall indicate that the licensed practical nurse is retired.

(4) Each person holding a license as a nurse-midwife shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of [the professional services fee for class C, as defined in section 33-182l] one hundred twenty dollars, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests. No such license shall be renewed unless the department is satisfied that the person maintains current certification from the American College of Nurse-Midwives.

(5) (A) Each person holding a license to practice physical therapy shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of the professional services fee for class B, as defined in section 33-182l, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests.

(B) Each person holding a physical therapist assistant license shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of the professional services fee for class A, as defined in section 33-182l, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests.

(6) Each person holding a license as a physician assistant shall, annually, during the month of such person's birth, register with the Department of Public Health, upon payment of a fee of seventy-five dollars, on blanks to be furnished by the department for such purpose, giving such person's name in full, such person's residence and business address and such other information as the department requests. No such license shall be renewed unless the department is satisfied that the practitioner has met the mandatory continuing medical education requirements of the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants or a successor organization for the certification or recertification of physician assistants that may be approved by the department and has passed any examination or continued competency assessment the passage of which may be required by said commission for maintenance of current certification by said commission.

Sec. 140. Section 29-112 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

The following fees shall be collected by the commissioner and by him paid to the State Treasurer: For inspection and annual approval of any premises or place where moving picture films are used or exhibited, [thirty-five] fifty dollars; for inspection and approval of any projection room or area as defined in regulations adopted under section 29-109, [ten] twenty-five dollars; for inspection of any other building or plan of building, incident to the administration of section 29-109, [ten] twenty-five dollars. Permits and approvals issued under the provisions of said sections may be for definite dates only, but, unless otherwise specified, shall cover the premises described from date of issue until the first day of February next following.

Sec. 141. Section 29-117 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

No person shall exhibit, show or use any moving picture film, reel or view in any place to which an admission fee is charged, except in a church, parish house, school or other building of a religious, ecclesiastical or educational organization in furtherance of its purposes, without a license for such purpose issued by the Commissioner of Public Safety. The commissioner, after investigation, shall issue the license required herein to any person found by him to be a suitable person, provided he shall have received a written application therefor, which application shall describe the location of the place and shall give its seating capacity and such other information as the commissioner requires. Such license shall be effective until September first next following its issuance, unless suspended or revoked for cause, and the applicant shall pay for the same and for each renewal thereof the sum of [thirty-five] fifty dollars. When any person so licensed exhibits, shows or uses or permits to be exhibited, shown or used in any place described in such license any moving picture film, title, subtitle or part thereof, reel or view of an immoral, degrading or criminal character, or which is unlawful under the provisions of section 53a-194 or 53a-196, the commissioner may, upon complaint or upon his own motion, suspend or revoke the license of such person. No license shall be granted to any person to whom two of the licenses issued have been either suspended or revoked. Any person, or the officer of any corporation, violating any provision of this section shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than one year or both.

Sec. 142. Section 29-130 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

The Commissioner of Public Safety shall prescribe a form of application to be signed by each applicant and may require such information respecting the business in which the applicant proposes to engage as he finds necessary to safeguard the public from all forms of lascivious conduct, immoral practices, vice or violations of the law. Said commissioner or any employee of the Department of Public Safety authorized by him for said purpose may enter into any place so licensed or upon the premises where such business is being conducted for the purpose of observing the conduct of the same. Said commissioner shall issue to each applicant so licensed a certificate to be designated "amusement park license", and each certificate shall state the name of the applicant, the location of the place where such amusement, entertainment, diversion or recreation may be conducted and the hours each day during which the same may be conducted. Each certificate shall be displayed conspicuously for public view by the licensee at the place where the business so licensed is conducted. Any such license may be suspended or revoked by said commissioner whenever it appears that any of the conditions required to be stated in such license have been violated. Such applications and license certificates shall be printed at the expense of the state. The annual license fee shall be [thirty-five] fifty dollars to be paid by the applicant to the Commissioner of Public Safety with each application for such license. Such licenses shall not be transferable and, if any licensee voluntarily discontinues operations thereunder, all rights secured thereby shall terminate. On and after January 1, 1986, the license year shall be from January first until December thirty-first following, inclusive. Each such license shall be for a period of one license year.

Sec. 143. Section 29-134 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

No owner shall exhibit or provide any amusement, as defined in section 29-133, in this state unless he has obtained a license therefor as hereinafter provided and otherwise complies with the provisions of sections 29-133 to 29-142, inclusive. An annual license fee of [fifty] one hundred dollars shall be paid by the applicant to the Commissioner of Public Safety with each application for such amusement license.

Sec. 144. Section 29-193 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

No new elevator or escalator shall be erected or installed and no elevator or escalator shall be relocated or altered until detailed plans and specifications of the proposed construction or other work have been submitted in triplicate to the department for approval. A fee of [one hundred fifty] two hundred dollars for each elevator or escalator payable to the department shall accompany each such proposal. Notice that such plans are approved or disapproved shall be given within a reasonable time and final inspection of the elevator or escalator, when installed, relocated or altered, shall be made before final approval for operation is given by the department. The department may issue a temporary operating permit, if necessary, pending final inspection and approval. The provisions of this chapter shall not prevent the operation of any elevator installed for temporary use in connection with building operations or the operation of any elevator for purposes connected with the installation or the testing of the same.

Sec. 145. Section 29-196 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

As soon as the department approves any new, relocated or altered elevator or escalator as being fit for operation, it shall issue to the owner a certificate of operation for a capacity and speed specified in the inspector's report. The fee for the certificate first issued shall be [one hundred fifty] two hundred dollars. Such certificate shall be posted conspicuously in the car or cage or on the platform of the elevator or escalator and shall be valid for twelve months. Thereafter, the certificate shall be renewed [each year] every two years upon receipt of the renewal fee of [forty] one hundred twenty dollars, except that private residence elevators, as defined in the regulations adopted pursuant to section 29-192, shall not be subject to said renewal requirement. No fee shall be required of the state or any agency of the state. No elevator or escalator may be lawfully operated without such certificate.

Sec. 146. Section 29-204 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

No new passenger tramway shall be erected or installed and no passenger tramway shall be relocated or altered until detailed plans and specifications of the proposed construction or other work have been submitted in duplicate to the department for approval. A fee of [one] two hundred dollars payable to the Department of Public Safety shall accompany each such proposal. Notice that such plans are approved or disapproved shall be given within a reasonable time, and final inspection of the passenger tramway, when installed, relocated or altered, shall be made before final approval for operating is given by the department.

Sec. 147. Section 29-206 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

The department shall enforce the regulations adopted pursuant to section 29-203, and shall inspect the construction, operation and maintenance of passenger tramways to determine whether such regulations have been complied with by the operators. Each passenger tramway shall be thoroughly inspected by a qualified inspector approved by the department at least once every twelve months. More frequent inspections of any passenger tramway may be made if the condition thereof indicates that additional inspections are necessary or desirable. As soon as the department inspects and approves any passenger tramway as being fit for operation, it shall issue to the operator, upon receipt of a fee of [one hundred fifty] two hundred dollars, a certificate of operation with such conditions and limitations as the commissioner shall prescribe. Such certificate shall be valid for twelve months and shall be renewed yearly, if the department approves the passenger tramway, upon payment of a renewal fee of [eighty] one hundred dollars. No passenger tramway may be operated without such operating certificate.

Sec. 148. Section 29-237 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

All boilers included under this chapter shall be inspected by a state boiler inspector or by a special inspector employed by an insurance company licensed to insure boilers in this state as follows:

(1) Power boilers, meaning boilers operating at steam or vapor pressures in excess of fifteen pounds per square inch gauge, except power boilers that operate with internal water treatment under the direct supervision of a qualified engineer, shall be inspected each year. Such boiler inspection shall consist of (A) a thorough internal and external inspection while not under pressure, and (B) an external inspection under operating conditions not more than six months after the internal and external inspection. No more than fourteen months shall elapse between internal inspections and between external inspections while under pressure.

(2) Power boilers that operate with internal water treatment under the direct supervision of a qualified engineer shall be inspected every eighteen months. Such boiler inspection shall consist of (A) a thorough internal and external inspection while not under pressure, and (B) an external inspection under operating conditions not more than nine months after the internal and external inspection.

(3) Where construction will permit, low pressure steam or vapor heating boilers, hot water heating boilers, hot water supply boilers and hot water heaters shall be inspected externally biennially and internally at the discretion of the boiler inspector. If a boiler inspector decides a hydrostatic test is necessary to determine the safety of a boiler or heater, such test shall be made under the inspector's direction. The Commissioner of Public Safety may order inspections by the Department of Public Safety or the insurance carrier in addition to the regular annual or biennial inspections to clear up any doubts as to the safety of continuing the operation of any boiler or heater included in this chapter. [, but no additional fee shall be charged or allowed for such additional inspections, unless the owner or user is found to have operated or ordered or permitted the operation of such boiler or heater, intentionally or negligently, in violation of this chapter or the boiler regulations. ] Each boiler insurance carrier shall forward to the commissioner, [within] not later than thirty days [following] after each inspection as required by this chapter, a report of such inspection upon appropriate forms as promulgated by the commissioner, who may use the form suggested by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Sec. 149. Section 29-238 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

[The owner or user of a boiler required by this chapter to be inspected by the Commissioner of Public Safety or by state boiler inspectors shall pay to the commissioner at the time of inspection a fee as follows:

(1) Boilers of fifty square feet or less of heating surface, thirty dollars; boilers of over fifty square feet of heating surface and less than one thousand square feet, forty dollars; boilers of over one thousand square feet of heating surface and less than four thousand square feet, sixty dollars; boilers of at least four thousand square feet of heating surface and less than ten thousand square feet of heating surface, eighty dollars; boilers of at least ten thousand square feet of heating surface, one hundred dollars. External inspection: Boilers having fifty square feet or less of heating surface, twenty dollars; boilers having over fifty square feet of heating surface, twenty-five dollars. Not more than the equivalent of the internal and external inspection fees shall be charged or collected for any and all such inspections of any boiler in any one year.

(2) Inspection of heating boilers without a manhole, thirty dollars; inspection of heating boilers with a manhole, fifty dollars; inspection of hot water supply boilers and hot water heaters, thirty dollars. Not more than one fee shall be charged or collected for any and all such inspections of any low pressure boiler in any two-year period.

(3) An additional fee based on the scale of fees applicable to an internal inspection of the boiler shall be charged in any instance where it is necessary to make a special trip to witness a hydrostatic test. ]

The owner or user of a boiler required by this chapter to be inspected by the Commissioner of Public Safety, state boiler inspectors or special inspectors shall pay to the commissioner the sum of forty dollars for each operating certificate issued. No fee shall be required of the state or any agency of the state. All fees collected by the commissioner under authority of this chapter shall be transferred by the commissioner to the State Treasurer for deposit in the General Fund. If the report of inspection by the Department of Public Safety inspector or special inspector indicates that any boiler meets the requirements of this chapter and the boiler regulations, an operating certificate shall be issued by the commissioner to the owner or user. Such certificate shall state the pressure and other conditions under which such boiler may be lawfully operated. An operating certificate shall be valid for a period of not more than twelve months from the date of internal inspection, in the case of power boilers inspected pursuant to subdivision (1) of section 29-237, except that the certificate shall be valid for a period of not more than two months beyond the period set by the Commissioner of Public Safety in accordance with section 29-237. An operating certificate shall be valid for a period of not more than eighteen months from the date of internal inspection in the case of power boilers inspected pursuant to subdivision (2) of section 29-237. Operating certificates shall be valid for twenty-four months in the case of low pressure steam or vapor heating boilers, hot water heating boilers, hot water supply boilers and hot water heaters approved by a nationally recognized testing agency. If a boiler inspected by a state boiler inspector or special inspector commissioned by said commissioner is found to conform with the requirements of this chapter and the boiler regulations, an operating certificate shall be issued by said commissioner to the owner or user upon the receipt of the insuring company's report or the state boiler inspector's report. [and such owner or user shall be exempt from the inspection fees provided by this section, except that for each certificate so issued the owner or user of the boiler shall pay to said commissioner the sum of twenty dollars. ] Said commissioner may order reinspection if reasonable doubt exists regarding any inspection. Such certificate shall state the pressure and other conditions under which such boiler may be lawfully operated and shall be valid not more than the period indicated in this section and shall be renewed each year in the case of power boilers inspected pursuant to subdivision (1) of section 29-237, every eighteen months in the case of power boilers inspected pursuant to subdivision (2) of section 29-237, and biennially in the case of hot water heating or hot water supply boilers and hot water heaters. An operating certificate shall be immediately invalid if the boiler is relocated or altered, unless such relocation or alteration has been approved in accordance with this chapter or the boiler code and regulations. No boiler shall be operated unless a valid operating certificate is displayed under glass in a conspicuous place in the room in which such boiler is located. If the boiler is not located within the building, the certificate shall be posted in a location convenient to the boiler inspected. In the case of a portable boiler such certificate shall be kept in a metal container to be fastened to the boiler or kept in a tool box accompanying the boiler.

Sec. 150. Section 29-349 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) The Commissioner of Public Safety shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the preparation of and may enforce reasonable regulations for the safe and convenient storage, transportation and use of explosives and blasting agents used in connection therewith, which regulations shall deal in particular with the quantity and character of explosives and blasting agents to be stored, transported and used, the proximity of such storage to inhabited dwellings or other occupied buildings, public highways and railroad tracks, the character and construction of suitable magazines for such storage, protective measures to secure such stored explosives and blasting agents and the abatement of any hazard that may arise incident to the storage, transportation or use of such explosives and blasting agents.

(b) No person, firm or corporation shall engage in any activity concerning the storage, transportation or use of explosives unless such person, firm or corporation has obtained a license therefor from the Commissioner of Public Safety. Such license shall be issued upon payment of a fee of [fifty] one hundred dollars and upon submission by the applicant of evidence of good moral character and of competence in the control and handling of explosives, provided, if such license is for the use of explosives, it may be issued only to an individual person after demonstration that such individual is technically qualified to detonate explosives. Any such license to use explosives shall bear both the fingerprints of the licensee obtained by the Commissioner of Public Safety at the time of licensing, and the licensee's photograph, furnished by the licensee, of a size specified by the commissioner and taken not more than one year prior to the issuance of the license. Each such license shall be valid for one year from the date of its issuance, unless sooner revoked or suspended, and may be renewed annually thereafter upon a payment of [thirty] seventy-five dollars.

(c) The Commissioner of Public Safety shall require any applicant for a license under this section to submit to state and national criminal history records checks. The criminal history records checks required pursuant to this subsection shall be conducted in accordance with section 29-17a.

(d) No person shall manufacture, keep, store, sell or deal in any explosives unless such person has a valid license under the provisions of subsection (b) of this section and obtains from the Commissioner of Public Safety or from the fire marshal of the town where such business is conducted a written permit therefor, which permit shall not be valid for more than one year and for which such person shall pay a fee of [twenty-five] fifty dollars. If the permit is issued by the Commissioner of Public Safety, the commissioner shall forward a copy thereof to the local fire marshal. Such permit so granted shall definitely state the location of the building where such business is to be carried on or such explosive deposited and shall state that such building or premises complies with the regulations provided for in this section.

(e) No person shall procure, transport or use any explosives unless such person has a valid license under subsection (b) of this section and has obtained a written permit therefor signed by the Commissioner of Public Safety or by the fire marshal of the town where such explosive is to be used, specifying the name of the purchaser, the amount to be purchased and transported and the purpose for which it is to be used. Any such permit to use explosives shall state the number of years the permittee has been engaged in blasting activity. Such permit shall be valid for such period, not longer than one year, as is required to accomplish the purpose for which it was obtained. No carrier shall transport any such explosive until the vehicle transporting the explosive has been inspected and approved by the Department of Public Safety and unless such written permit accompanies the same and no person shall have in such person's possession any such explosive unless such person has a license and permit therefor. The fee for such inspection shall be [twenty-five] fifty dollars. The fee for such permit shall be [twenty] thirty dollars. Each person who has in such person's custody or possession any explosive or any detonating caps for explosives shall keep the same either under personal observation or securely locked up.

(f) Any license or permit issued under the provisions of this section may be suspended or revoked by the issuing authority for violation by the licensee or permittee of any provision of law or regulation relating to explosives or conviction of such licensee or permittee of any felony or misdemeanor. Suspension or revocation of a license shall automatically suspend or revoke the permit and the suspension or revocation of a permit shall automatically suspend or revoke the license.

(g) Any person who, by himself or herself or by such person's employee or agent or as the employee or agent of another, violates any provision of this section, or any regulation made by the Commissioner of Public Safety pursuant to the provisions of this section, shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than ten years or both.

(h) As used in this section, "blasting agent" means any material, composition or mixture intended for blasting, consisting substantially of a fuel and oxidizer, none of the ingredients of which is an explosive as defined in section 29-343, and the finished product of which as mixed and packaged for use or shipment cannot be detonated by the test procedure established by regulations adopted by the Commissioner of Public Safety in accordance with chapter 54.

(i) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the Labor Commissioner shall regulate the storage, transportation and use of explosives and blasting agents in places of employment insofar as such activities relate to employee health and safety, provided such regulations shall be no less stringent than those prepared and enforced by the Commissioner of Public Safety pursuant to this section.

Sec. 151. Section 29-357 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no person, firm or corporation shall offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail or use or explode or possess with intent to sell, use or explode any fireworks. A person who is sixteen years of age or older may offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, purchase, use or possess with intent to sell or use sparklers or fountains of not more than one hundred grams of pyrotechnic mixture per item, which are nonexplosive and nonaerial, provided (1) such sparklers and fountains do not contain magnesium, except for magnalium or magnesium-aluminum alloy, (2) such sparklers and fountains containing any chlorate or perchlorate salts do not exceed five grams of composition per item, and (3) when more than one fountain is mounted on a common base, the total pyrotechnic composition does not exceed two hundred grams.

(b) The State Fire Marshal shall adopt reasonable regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, for the granting of permits for supervised displays of fireworks or for the indoor use of pyrotechnics, sparklers and fountains for special effects by municipalities, fair associations, amusement parks, other organizations or groups of individuals or artisans in pursuit of their trade. Such permit may be issued upon application to said State Fire Marshal and after (1) inspection of the site of such display or use by the local fire marshal to determine compliance with the requirements of such regulations, (2) approval of the chiefs of the police and fire departments, or, if there is no police or fire department, of the first selectman, of the municipality wherein the display is to be held as is provided in this section, and (3) the filing of a bond by the applicant as provided in section 29-358. No such display shall be handled or fired by any person until such person has been granted a certificate of competency by the State Fire Marshal, in respect to which a fee of [fifty] one hundred dollars shall be payable to the State Treasurer when issued and which may be renewed every three years upon payment of a fee of [thirty] one hundred fifty dollars to the State Treasurer, provided such certificate may be suspended or revoked by said marshal at any time for cause. Such certificate of competency shall attest to the fact that such operator is competent to fire a display. Such display shall be of such a character and so located, discharged or fired as in the opinion of the chiefs of the police and fire departments or such selectman, after proper inspection, will not be hazardous to property or endanger any person or persons. In an aerial bomb, no salute, report or maroon may be used that is composed of a formula of chlorate of potash, sulphur, black needle antimony and dark aluminum. Formulas that may be used in a salute, report or maroon are as follows: (A) Perchlorate of potash, black needle antimony and dark aluminum, and (B) perchlorate of potash, dark aluminum and sulphur. No high explosive such as dynamite, fulminate of mercury or other stimulator for detonating shall be used in any aerial bomb or other pyrotechnics. Application for permits shall be made in writing at least fifteen days prior to the date of display, on such notice as the State Fire Marshal by regulation prescribes, on forms furnished by him, and a fee of [thirty-five] fifty dollars shall be payable to the State Treasurer with each such application. After such permit has been granted, sales, possession, use and distribution of fireworks for such display shall be lawful for that purpose only. No permit granted hereunder shall be transferable. Any permit issued under the provisions of this section may be suspended or revoked by the State Fire Marshal or the local fire marshal for violation by the permittee of any provision of the general statutes, any regulation or any ordinance relating to fireworks.

(c) The State Fire Marshal may grant variations or exemptions from, or approve equivalent or alternate compliance with, particular provisions of any regulation issued under the provisions of subsection (b) of this section where strict compliance with such provisions would entail practical difficulty or unnecessary hardship or is otherwise adjudged unwarranted, provided any such variation, exemption, approved equivalent or alternate compliance shall, in the opinion of the State Fire Marshal, secure the public safety and shall be made in writing.

(d) Any person, firm or corporation violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than ninety days or be both fined and imprisoned, except that (1) any person, firm or corporation violating the provisions of subsection (a) of this section by offering for sale, exposing for sale or selling at retail or possessing with intent to sell any fireworks with a value exceeding ten thousand dollars shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor, and (2) any person, firm or corporation violating any provision of subsection (b) of this section or any regulation adopted thereunder shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor, except if death or injury results from any such violation, such person, firm or corporation shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

Sec. 152. Section 29-365 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

The fee to be paid to the licensing authority upon each application shall be as follows: For a fireworks manufacturing license, [one] two hundred dollars; for a dealer, wholesaler and jobber, [fifty] two hundred dollars. Fees collected by the State Fire Marshal shall be paid to the State Treasurer.

Sec. 153. Section 29-402 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) No person shall engage in the business of demolition of buildings without a certificate of registration obtained from the Department of Public Safety. An applicant for initial registration shall file an application with the Department of Public Safety, furnish evidence of expertise and financial responsibility and pay a fee of three hundred fifty dollars for a class B certificate and seven hundred fifty dollars for a class A certificate. Each certificate shall be valid for twelve months from date of issuance and shall be renewable on application of the registrant upon payment of an annual fee of two hundred dollars for a class B certificate and six hundred dollars for a class A certificate. The department may refuse to issue any such certificate for cause, and may revoke or refuse to renew any such certificate for failure to carry out and conform to the provisions of this part or to any regulations adopted hereunder, or for any violation of title 22a. No person shall be refused a certificate or a renewal thereof, and no certificate shall be revoked, without an opportunity for a hearing conducted by the Department of Public Safety.

(b) As used in this part, the term "registration" includes the whole or part of any permit which the Department of Public Safety issues under authority of the general statutes and which (1) requires persons to place their names on a list maintained by the department before they can engage in the business of demolition of buildings, (2) does not require a person to demonstrate competence by examination or other means, and (3) may be revoked or suspended by the department for cause.

(c) The provisions of this section shall not apply to (1) a person who is engaged in the disassembling, transportation and reconstruction of historic buildings for historical purposes or in the demolition of farm buildings or in the renovation, alteration or reconstruction of a single-family residence, (2) the removal of underground petroleum storage tanks, (3) the burning of a building or structure as part of an organized fire department training exercise, or (4) the demolition of a single-family residence or out building by an owner of such structure if it does not exceed a height of thirty feet, provided (A) the owner shall be present on site while such demolition work is in progress and shall be held personally liable for any injury to individuals or damage to public or private property caused by such demolition, and (B) such demolition shall be permitted only with respect to buildings which have clearance from other structures, roads or highways equal to or greater than the height of the structure subject to demolition. The local building official may require additional clearance when deemed necessary for safety.

Sec. 154. ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Taxes

 
 

Personal Income

$ 7,193,900,000

 

Sales and Use

3,598,900,000

 

Corporations

870,000,000

 

Public Service Corporations

253,100,000

 

Inheritance and Estate

185,400,000

 

Insurance Companies

258,100,000

 

Cigarettes

351,500,000

 

Real Estate Conveyance

200,000,000

 

Oil Companies

134,700,000

 

Alcoholic Beverages

47,000,000

 

Admissions, Dues and Cabaret

34,400,000

 

Miscellaneous

145,000,000

 

Total Taxes

13,272,000,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(812,800,000)

 

R & D Credit Exchange

(6,000,000)

 

Taxes Less Refunds

12,453,200,000

     
 

Other Revenue

 
 

Transfer Special Revenue

282,600,000

 

Indian Gaming Payments

437,500,000

 

Licenses, Permits and Fees

163,600,000

 

Sales of Commodities and Services

38,000,000

 

Rentals, Fines and Escheats

52,100,000

 

Investment Income

85,000,000

 

Miscellaneous

148,100,000

 

Refunds of Payments

(600,000)

 

Total Other Revenue

1,206,300,000

     
 

Other Sources

 
 

Federal Grants

2,643,100,000

 

Transfer from/to the Resources of the General Fund

(16,000,000)

 

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund

115,300,000

 

Transfer to Other Funds

(86,300,000)

 

Total Other Sources

2,656,100,000

     
 

Total Revenue

16,315,600,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - TRANSPORTATION FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Motor Fuels Tax

$ 516,000,000

 

Motor Vehicle Receipts

236,600,000

 

Licenses, Permits and Fees

164,000,000

 

Interest Income

47,000,000

 

Oil Companies Tax

127,800,000

 

Sales Tax - DMV

72,000,000

 

Transfer to Conservation Fund

(3,000,000)

 

Transfer to Emissions Enterprise Fund

(6,500,000)

 

Transfer to TSB Account

(15,300,000)

 

Total Revenue

1,138,600,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(8,800,000)

 

Refunds of Payments

(2,900,000)

     
 

Total Transportation Fund

1,126,900,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Transfers From the General Fund

$ 86,300,000

 

Total Revenue

86,300,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Investment Income

$ 3,300,000

 

Total Revenue

3,300,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Rentals & Investment Income

$ 1,100,000

 

Total Revenue

1,100,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - BANKING FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Fees and Assessments

$ 19,700,000

 

Total Revenue

19,700,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - INSURANCE FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Assessments & Investment Income

$ 23,500,000

 

Total Revenue

23,500,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CONSUMER COUNSEL & PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Fees and Assessments

$ 23,400,000

 

Total Revenue

23,400,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Fees, Assessments & Investment Income

$ 23,800,000

 

Total Revenue

23,800,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

   

2007-2008

 

Fines & Investment Income

$ 2,500,000

 

Use of Fund Balance

1,025,000

 

Total Revenue

3,525,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Taxes

 
 

Personal Income

$ 7,676,400,000

 

Sales and Use

3,747,700,000

 

Corporations

791,500,000

 

Public Service Corporations

257,800,000

 

Inheritance and Estate

191,000,000

 

Insurance Companies

263,300,000

 

Cigarettes

348,100,000

 

Real Estate Conveyance

204,000,000

 

Oil Companies

144,300,000

 

Alcoholic Beverages

47,500,000

 

Admissions, Dues and Cabaret

35,100,000

 

Miscellaneous

145,000,000

 

Total Taxes

13,851,700,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(874,100,000)

 

R & D Credit Exchange

(6,500,000)

 

Taxes Less Refunds

12,971,100,000

     
 

Other Revenue

 
 

Transfer Special Revenue

282,500,000

 

Indian Gaming Payments

449,000,000

 

Licenses, Permits and Fees

153,500,000

 

Sales of Commodities and Services

38,000,000

 

Rentals, Fines and Escheats

52,900,000

 

Investment Income

85,000,000

 

Miscellaneous

148,100,000

 

Refunds of Payments

(600,000)

 

Total Other Revenue

1,208,400,000

     
 

Other Sources

 
 

Federal Grants

2,768,100,000

 

Transfer from/to the Resources of the General Fund

96,000,000

 

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund

115,800,000

 

Transfer to Other Funds

(86,300,000)

 

Total Other Sources

2,893,600,000

     
 

Total Revenue

17,073,100,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - TRANSPORTATION FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Motor Fuels Tax

$ 523,600,000

 

Motor Vehicle Receipts

241,300,000

 

Licenses, Permits and Fees

166,000,000

 

Interest Income

47,000,000

 

Oil Companies Tax

141,900,000

 

Sales Tax - DMV

74,000,000

 

Transfer to Conservation Fund

(3,000,000)

 

Transfer to Emissions Enterprise Fund

(6,500,000)

 

Transfer to TSB Account

(15,300,000)

 

Total Revenue

1,169,000,000

     
 

Refunds of Taxes

(9,000,000)

 

Refunds of Payments

(3,000,000)

     
 

Total Transportation Fund

1,157,000,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Transfers From the General Fund

$ 86,300,000

 

Total Revenue

86,300,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Investment Income

$ 3,300,000

 

Total Revenue

3,300,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Rentals & Investment Income

$ 1,100,000

 

Total Revenue

1,100,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - BANKING FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Fees and Assessments

$ 19,000,000

 

Total Revenue

19,000,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - INSURANCE FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Assessments & Investment Income

$ 24,100,000

 

Total Revenue

24,100,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CONSUMER COUNSEL & PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Fees and Assessments

$ 24,300,000

 

Total Revenue

24,300,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Fees, Assessments & Investment Income

$ 24,100,000

 

Total Revenue

24,100,000

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND

   

2008-2009

 

Fines & Investment Income

$ 2,500,000

 

Use of Fund Balance

125,000

 

Total Revenue

2,625,000

Sec. 155. Section 1 of public act 07-231 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2007):

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 439 and sections 22a-430 and 22a-430b of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Public Health shall, not later than December 31, 2008, and within available appropriations, pursuant to section 19a-36 of the general statutes, establish and define categories of discharge that constitute alternative on-site sewage treatment systems with capacities of five thousand gallons or less per day. After the establishment of such categories, said commissioner shall have jurisdiction, within available appropriations, to issue or deny permits and approvals for such systems and for all discharges of domestic sewage to the groundwaters of the state from such systems. Said commissioner shall, pursuant to section 19a-36 of the general statutes and within available appropriations, establish minimum requirements for alternative on-site sewage treatment systems under said commissioner's jurisdiction, including, but not limited to: (1) Requirements related to activities that may occur on the property; (2) changes that may occur to the property or to buildings on the property that may affect the installation or operation of such systems; and (3) procedures for the issuance of permits or approvals by said commissioner, a local director of health, or a sanitarian licensed pursuant to chapter 395 of the general statutes. A permit or approval granted by said commissioner, such local director of health or such sanitarian for an alternative on-site sewage treatment system pursuant to this section shall: (A) Not be inconsistent with the requirements of the federal Water Pollution Control Act, 33 USC. section 1251 et seq. , the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, 42 USC. section 300f et seq. , and the standards of water quality adopted pursuant to section 22a-426 of the general statutes, as such laws and standards may be amended from time to time, (B) not be construed or deemed to be an approval for any other purpose, including, but not limited to, any planning and zoning or municipal inland wetlands and watercourses requirement, and (C) be in lieu of a permit issued under sections 22a-430 or 22a-430b of the general statutes. For purposes of this section, "alternative on-site sewage treatment system" means a sewage treatment system serving one or more buildings on a single parcel of property that utilizes a method of treatment other than a subsurface sewage disposal system and that involves a discharge of domestic sewage to the groundwaters of the state.

(b) In establishing and defining categories of discharge that constitute alternative on-site sewage treatment systems pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, and in establishing minimum requirements for such systems pursuant to section 19a-36 of the general statutes, said commissioner shall consider all relevant factors, including, but not limited to: (1) The impact that such systems or discharges may have individually or cumulatively on public health and the environment, (2) the impact that such systems and discharges may have individually or cumulatively on land use patterns, and (3) recommendations regarding responsible growth made to said commissioner by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management through the Office of Responsible Growth established by Executive Order No. 15 of Governor M. Jodi Rell.

(c) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall retain jurisdiction over any alternative on-site sewage treatment system not under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Public Health. The provisions of title 22a of the general statutes, shall apply to any such system not under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Public Health. The provisions of this section shall not affect any permit issued by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection prior to the effective date of this section and the provisions of title 22a of the general statutes, shall continue to apply to any such permit until such permit expires.

(d) A permit or approval denied by the Commissioner of Public Health, a local director of health or a sanitarian pursuant to subsection (a) of this section shall be subject to an appeal in the manner provided in section 19a-229 of the general statutes.

Sec. 156. Section 127 of public act 07-242 is repealed. (Effective from passage)

Approved June 26, 2007