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 1        AN ACT concerning appropriations.

 2        Be it  enacted  by  the  People  of  the  State  of  Illinois,
 3    represented in the General Assembly:

 4                              ARTICLE 1

 5        Section   1.  "AN   ACT   making    appropriations    and
 6    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
 7    is amended by changing Sections 1, 3 and 6 of  Article  1  as
 8    follows:

 9        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 1, Sec. 1)
10        Sec.  1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
11    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
12    ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department on Aging:
13                 DIVISION OF OLDER AMERICAN SERVICES
14    Payable from Services for Older
15     Americans Fund:
16      For Personal Services ........................ $    994,400
17      For State Contributions to State
18       Employees' Retirement System ................      101,400
19      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       76,000
20      For Group Insurance ..........................      118,400
21      For Travel .........................    49,700 <L      44,700>
22        Total                                          $1,334,900

23        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 1, Sec. 3)
24        Sec.  3.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
25    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
26    ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department on Aging:
27                 DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
28    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
29      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,464,100
 
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 1      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 2       Paid by Employer ............................      123,000
 3      For State Contributions to State
 4       Employees' Retirement System ................      149,300
 5      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      112,000
 6      For Contractual Services .....................      181,000
 7      For Travel ...................................       49,400
 8      For Commodities ..............................       19,500
 9      For Printing .................................       23,600
10      For Equipment ................................       78,300
11      For Telecommunications .......................       51,000
12      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        2,500
13        Total                                          $2,253,700
14    Payable from Services for Older
15     Americans Fund:
16      For Personal Services ........................ $    483,800
17      For Employee Retirement Contributions
18       Paid by Employer ............................       59,100
19      For State Contributions to State
20       Employees' Retirement System ................       49,400
21      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       37,100
22      For Group Insurance ..........................      102,300
23      For Contractual Services .............  66,100       21,100
24      For Travel ...................................       26,400
25      For Commodities ..............................        7,200
26      For Printing .........................  17,800       12,800
27      For Equipment ........................  41,100        1,100
28      For Telecommunications........................       15,500
29      For Operations of Auto Equipment .............        2,400
30        Total                                            $818,200

31        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 1, Sec. 6)
32        Sec.  6.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
33    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
 
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 1    ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department on Aging:
 2                         DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS
 3                            GRANTS-IN-AID
 4    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 5      For the purchase of Illinois Community
 6       Care Program homemaker and
 7       Senior Companion Services ................... $169,250,000
 8      For Case Coordination Units ..................   23,907,100
 9      For Grants for distribution to the 13 Area
10       Agencies on Aging for costs for home
11       delivered meals and mobile food equipment ...    6,618,500
12      Grants for Community Based Services
13       including information and referral
14       services, transportation and delivered
15       meals .......................................    3,107,200
16      Grants for Community Based Services for
17       equal distribution to each of the 13
18       Area Agencies on Aging ......................    2,000,000
19      For Grants for Adult Day Care Services .......   11,831,700
20      For Purchase of Services in connection with
21       Alzheimer's Initiative and Related
22       Programs ....................................      107,100
23      For Grants for Retired Senior
24       Volunteer Program ...........................      800,000
25      For Planning and Service Grants to
26       Area Agencies on Aging ......................    2,293,300
27      For Grants for the Foster
28       Grandparent Program .........................      350,000
29      For Expenses to the Area Agencies
30       on Aging for Long-Term Care Systems
31       Development .................................      282,400
32      For Grants for Suburban Area Agency
33       on Aging for the Red
34       Tape Cutter Program .........................      257,500
 
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 1      For Grants for Chicago Department on Aging
 2       for the Red Tape Cutter Program .............      617,500
 3      For the Ombudsman Program ....................      400,000
 4      For Grants for Prior Year Court of
 5       Claims Payments for the Community
 6       Care Program.................................      100,000
 7      For Community Based Services, including
 8      information and referral services,
 9      transportation, and delivered meals,
10      to be distributed to the following
11      Area Agencies on Aging:
12        Chicago Department on Aging
13          (Area 12) ................      $428,954
14        Northeastern Illinois Area
15          Agency (Area 2) ..........        68,554
16        Suburban Area Agency
17          (Area 13) ................       161,154
18        Total                                           $658,662
19        Total                         $222,580,962  $221,922,300

20    Payable from Services for Older Americans Fund:
21      For Grants for
22       Social Services .............  $ 21,505,100  $ 18,330,100
23      For Grants for Nutrition Services ...........   29,980,100
24      For Grants for Employment Services ..........    3,383,700
25      For Grants for USDA Adult Day Care ..........    1,000,000
26        Total                                        $52,693,900

27    Payable from the Tobacco Settlement Recovery Fund:
28      For Grants for Senior Health
29       Assistance Programs ......................... $  1,000,000
30      For Grants for Distribution to
31       the 13 Area Agencies on Aging for
32       costs for Mobile Food Equipment .............   $  800,000
 
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 1        Section    2.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 2    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
 3    is amended by changing Section 19A  and adding new Section 25
 4    to Article 1 as follows:

 5        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 1, Sec. 19A)
 6        Sec. 19A.  The sum of $15,063,347 $10,254,100, or so much
 7    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General
 8    Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department of Agriculture for payment
 9    into the Thoroughbred and  Standardbred  Horse  Racing  Purse
10    Accounts  at Illinois Pari-mutuel Tracks.  The amount paid to
11    each Account shall be the amount certified  by  the  Illinois
12    Racing  Board  in  January  2000  to be transferred from each
13    Account to each eligible racing facility.

14        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 1, new Sec. 25)
15        Sec. 25.  The sum of $800,000, or so much thereof as  may
16    be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
17    to  the  Department  of  Agriculture  for  a  grant   to   an
18    aquaculture  cooperative for the purpose of developing a fish
19    processing center.

20        Section   3.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and
21    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
22    is amended by changing Section 4 of Article 2 as follows:

23        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 2, Sec. 4)
24        Sec. 4.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
25    as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects and
26    purposes hereinafter named are appropriated to the Department
27    of Central Management Services:
28                         BUREAU OF BENEFITS
29                  PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
30      For Personal Services ........................ $    563,900



 
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 1      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 2       Paid by Employer ............................       22,600
 3      For State Contributions to State
 4       Employees' Retirement System ................       57,600
 5      For State Contributions to Social
 6       Security ....................................       41,100
 7      For Group Insurance ..........   650,367,100   630,367,100
 8      For Contractual Services .....................      107,200
 9      For Travel ...................................        8,600
10      For Commodities...............................        9,900
11      For Printing .................................        4,300
12      For Equipment ................................        1,700
13      For Telecommunications Services ..............       14,900
14      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............          900
15      For payment of claims under the
16       Representation and Indemnification
17       in Civil Law Suits Act ......................    2,447,200
18      For payment of Workers' Compensation
19       Act claims and contractual services in
20       connection with said claims
21       payments ....................................   19,238,100
22      For auto liability, adjusting and administration
23       of claims, loss control and prevention
24       services, and auto liability claims .........    1,752,900
25        Total                                        $654,638,000

26     PAYABLE FROM LOCAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVE FUND
27      For Personal Services ........................ $    490,800
28      For Employee Retirement Contributions
29       Paid by Employer ............................       19,700
30      For State Contributions to State
31       Employees' Retirement System ................       50,100
32      For State Contributions to Social
33       Security ....................................       37,600
34      For Group Insurance ..........................       88,800
 
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 1      For Contractual Services .....................      169,500
 2      For Travel ...................................       19,000
 3      For Commodities...............................       10,000
 4      For Printing .................................      140,000
 5      For Equipment ................................       17,700
 6      For Electronic Data Processing ...............       47,000
 7      For Telecommunications Services ..............       18,400
 8      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        6,500
 9        Total                                          $1,115,100

10      For the Local Governments Contribution
11       Under Program of Group Life, Dental, Hospital,
12       And Surgical And Medical Insurance For
13       Persons Serving Local Governments ...........$ 112,255,500

14                       PAYABLE FROM ROAD FUND
15      For Group Insurance ..........................$  79,551,400
16      For payment of claims and claims
17       administration under the
18       Workers' Compensation Act ...................$   4,405,500

19              PAYABLE FROM GROUP INSURANCE PREMIUM FUND
20      For expenses of Cost Containment Program ........$  288,000

21      For Life Insurance Coverage As Elected
22       By Members Per The State Employees
23       Group Insurance Act .........................$  78,827,200

24             PAYABLE FROM HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVE FUND
25      For Expenses of a Cost Containment Program ......$  158,900

26      For Provisions of Health Care Coverage
27       As Elected by Eligible Members Per State
28       Employees Group
29       Insurance Act ...........$  1,005,744,400   $  985,744,400

30          PAYABLE FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION REVOLVING FUND
31      For administrative costs of claims services
 
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 1       and payment of temporary total
 2       disability claims of any state agency
 3       or university employee .........................$  650,000

 4        Expenditures  from  appropriations  for   treatment   and
 5    expense   may   be  made  after  the  Department  of  Central
 6    Management Services has certified that the injured person was
 7    employed and that the nature of the injury is compensable  in
 8    accordance  with  the provisions of the Workers' Compensation
 9    Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act, and  then  has
10    determined  the amount of such compensation to be paid to the
11    injured person.
12        Expenditures  for  this  purpose  may  be  made  by   the
13    Department  of  Central Management Services without regard to
14    the fiscal year in which benefit or services was rendered  or
15    cost  incurred  as  allowable  or  provided  by  the Workers'
16    Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act.

17       PAYABLE FROM STATE EMPLOYEES DEFERRED COMPENSATION FUND
18      For expenses related to the administration
19       of the State Employees Deferred
20       Compensation Plan.............................$  1,856,900

21        Section   4.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and
22    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
23    is amended by changing Section 13 of Article 2 as follows:

24        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 2, Sec. 13)
25        Sec. 13.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
26    as may be necessary, respectively, for payments for  care  of
27    children  served  by  the  Department  of Children and Family
28    Services:
29                            GRANTS-IN-AID
30                          REGIONAL OFFICES
31                  PAYABLE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
 
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 1      For Foster Homes and Specialized
 2       Foster Care and Prevention .................. $246,645,700
 3      For Counseling and Auxiliary Services ........   21,535,300
 4      For Homemaker Services .......................    7,857,400
 5      For Institution and Group Home Care and
 6       Prevention ..................................  161,244,200
 7      For Services Associated with the Foster
 8       Care Initiative .............................    6,707,400
 9      For Purchase of Adoption and
10       Guardianship Services .......................  131,355,200
11      For Health Care Network ......................    4,634,700
12      For Cash Assistance and Housing
13       Locator Service to Families in the
14       Class Defined in the Norman Consent Order ...    3,547,900
15      For Youth in Transition Program ..............      715,500
16      For Children's Personal and
17       Physical Maintenance ........................    5,612,900
18      For MCO Technical Assistance and
19       Program Development .........................    1,693,300
20      For Pre Admission/Post Discharge
21       Psychiatric Screening .......................    8,216,500
22      For Counties to Assist in the Development
23       of Children's Advocacy Centers ..............    2,025,300
24      For the Statewide Office of Children's
25       Advocacy Centers of Illinois,
26       pursuant to P.A. 91-0158 .............200,000
27      For Psychological Assessments
28       including Operations and
29       Administrative Expenses .....................    4,987,000
30        Total                                        $606,778,300
31             PAYABLE FROM DCFS CHILDREN'S SERVICES FUND
32      For Foster Homes and Specialized
33       Foster Care and Prevention .................. $164,353,700
34      For Counseling and Auxiliary Services ........    9,646,800
 
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 1      For Homemaker Services .......................    1,178,300
 2      For Institution and Group Home Care and
 3       Prevention ..................................  102,687,600
 4      For Services Associated with the Foster
 5       Care Initiative .............................    2,061,100
 6      For Purchase of Adoption and
 7       Guardianship Services .......................   85,154,500
 8      For Family Preservation Services..............   23,066,800
 9      For Purchase of Children's Services...........      722,700
10      For Family Centered Services Initiative ......   10,550,000
11        Total                                        $399,421,500

12        Section   5.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and
13    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
14    is amended by repealing Sections 152,  261,  268,  297,  529,
15    583,  712, 828, 860, 943, 974, 975, 1045, 1073 and 1233a, and
16    changing Sections 50, 61, 85, 88, 325, 421,  429,  519,  541,
17    575, 601, 662, 821, 831, 838, 850, 852, 945, 988, 1000, 1004,
18    1017, 1141, 1151, 1154, 1236, 1241, 1242 and 1265, and adding
19    new Sections 1270, 1271, 1272, 1273 and 1274 to Article 75 as
20    follows:

21        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 50)
22        Sec.  50.  The  sum  of $3,500,000, or so much thereof as
23    may be necessary and as remains unexpended at  the  close  of
24    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
25    made for such purpose in Article 16, Section  78c  of  Public
26    Act   91-20,   approved   June   7,   1999,  as  amended,  is
27    reappropriated from  the  Capital  Development  Fund  to  the
28    Department  of  Commerce and Community Affairs for a grant to
29    Argonne  National  Laboratory  for  the  "TRUE  GRID  I-WIRE"
30    Program.

31        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 61)
 
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 1        Sec. 61.  The amount of $200,000,000 $120,000,000, or  so
 2    much  thereof  as  may  be  necessary, is appropriated to the
 3    Department of Commerce and Community  Affairs  from  the  Low
 4    Income  Home Energy Assistance Block Grant Fund for grants to
 5    eligible  recipients  under  the  Low  Income   Home   Energy
 6    Assistance  Act of 1981, including reimbursement for costs in
 7    prior years.

 8        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 85)
 9        Sec. 85.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof  as  may
10    be  necessary  and  as  remains  unexpended  at  the close of
11    business on June 30, 2000, from  reappropriations  heretofore
12    made  for  such purpose in  Article 16, Section 116 of Public
13    Act 91-20, as amended, is  reappropriated  from  the  General
14    Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department  of Commerce and Community
15    Affairs for the purpose of a grant  to  the  Village  of  St.
16    Joseph for a park area computer system upgrade.

17        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 88)
18        Sec.  88.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
19    be necessary and  as  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
20    business  on  June 30, 2000, from reappropriations heretofore
21    made for such purpose in  Article 16, Section 119  of  Public
22    Act  91-20,  as  amended,  is reappropriated from the General
23    Revenue Fund to the  Department  of  Commerce  and  Community
24    Affairs  for the purpose of a grant to the Village of Chatham
25    for recreation and play equipment road  improvements  by  the
26    new high school.

27        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 325)
28        Sec.  325.  The  amount of $25,000, or so much thereof as
29    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
30    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
31    made in Article 16, Section 372 of Public Act 91-20, approved
 
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 1    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
 2    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
 3    Affairs  for  a  grant to the Village of Sauk Village for all
 4    costs associated with field improvements baseball lights.

 5        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 421)
 6        Sec. 421.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof  as
 7    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
 8    business on June 30,  2000,  from  appropriations  heretofore
 9    made  for  such purposes in Article 16, Section 473 of Public
10    Act  91-20,  approved  June   7,   1999,   as   amended,   is
11    reappropriated  from  the  Capital  Development  Fund  to the
12    Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for a  grant  to
13    Maywood  Boys  and  Girls Club for second floor improvements,
14    and/or the installation of a fence and building sign.

15        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 429)
16        Sec. 429.  The amount of $10,000, or so much  thereof  as
17    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
18    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
19    made in Article 16, Section 481 of Public Act 91-20, approved
20    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
21    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Commerce and Community
22    Affairs for  a  grant  to  the  Time  Dollar  Cross-Age  Peer
23    Tutoring  Program  Computer  Program for all costs associated
24    with computers in every household in Chicago.

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 519)
26        Sec. 519.  The amount of $30,000, or so much  thereof  as
27    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
28    business on June 30,  2000,  from  appropriations  heretofore
29    made  for  such purposes in Article 16, Section 575 of Public
30    Act  91-20,  approved  June   7,   1999,   as   amended,   is
31    reappropriated  from  the  Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the
 
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 1    Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for a  grant  to
 2    the  Rogers  Park  Community  Development Corporation for the
 3    purpose of operational expenses, salaries, office  equipment,
 4    and  the  purchase and installation of a telephone system and
 5    network computer system.

 6        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 541)
 7        Sec. 541.  The amount of $18,000, or so much  thereof  as
 8    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
 9    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
10    made in Article 16, Section 597 of Public Act 91-20, approved
11    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
12    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Commerce and Community
13    Affairs for a grant to McHenry  County  for  the  purpose  of
14    purchasing a six-wheel police vehicle, and other equipment.

15        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 575)
16        Sec.  575.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
17    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
18    business  on  June  30,  2000, from appropriations heretofore
19    made for such purposes in Article 16, Section 631  of  Public
20    Act   91-20,   approved   June   7,   1999,  as  amended,  is
21    reappropriated from  the  Capital  Development  Fund  to  the
22    Department  of  Commerce and Community Affairs for a grant to
23    the City of Sparta for the purpose  of  improvements  at  the
24    Teen   Center,   fire  department,  and  senior  center,  and
25    upgrading of the Public Library parking lot.

26        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 601)
27        Sec. 601.  The amount of $10,000, or so much  thereof  as
28    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
29    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
30    made in Article 16, Section 658 of Public Act 91-20, approved
31    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
 
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 1    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Commerce and Community
 2    Affairs for a grant  to  the  Millstadt  Union  Fire  Company
 3    Village of Millstadt Fire Department for fire equipment.

 4        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 662)
 5        Sec.  662.  The  amount of $50,000, or so much thereof as
 6    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
 7    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
 8    made in Article 16, Section 739 of Public Act 91-20, approved
 9    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
10    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
11    Affairs  for  a  one-time  grant  to the ACORN Community Land
12    Association Association of Community Organizations for Reform
13    Now (ACORN) of Little Village for all costs  associated  with
14    Block Club creation  and Neighborhood Watch programs.

15        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 821)
16        Sec.  821.  The  amount of $50,000, or so much thereof as
17    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
18    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
19    made in Article 16, Section 897 of Public Act 91-20, approved
20    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
21    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
22    Affairs  for  a  grant  to  Cornerstone  for  the  purpose of
23    purchasing, and/or installing a plumbing and sprinkler system
24    modifying heating, air conditioning, and sprinkler systems.

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 831)
26        Sec. 831.  The amount of $15,000, or so much  thereof  as
27    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
28    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
29    made in Article 16, Section 907 of Public Act 91-20, approved
30    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
31    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Commerce and Community
 
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 1    Affairs for a grant to Northeastern University for a grant to
 2    the North Avondale Neighbors Association.

 3        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 838)
 4        Sec. 838.  The amount of $10,000, or so much  thereof  as
 5    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
 6    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
 7    made in Article 16, Section 914 of Public Act 91-20, approved
 8    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
 9    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Commerce and Community
10    Affairs for a grant to the Village  of  Mounds  for  building
11    renovation, equipment, furniture, and miscellaneous purchases
12    a feasibility study.

13        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 850)
14        Sec.  850.  The  amount of $10,000, or so much thereof as
15    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
16    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
17    made in Article 16, Section 926 of Public Act 91-20, approved
18    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
19    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
20    Affairs for a grant to the T.L. Foundation Lowden Homes LAC.

21        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 852)
22        Sec.  852.  The  amount of $10,000, or so much thereof as
23    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
24    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
25    made in Article 16, Section 928 of Public Act 91-20, approved
26    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
27    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
28    Affairs for a grant to the T.L. Foundation Trumbull Park LAC.

29        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 945)
30        Sec.  945.  The  amount of $70,000, or so much thereof as
 
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 1    may be necessary, and remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
 2    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
 3    made in  Article  16,  Section  1022  of  Public  Act  91-20,
 4    approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the
 5    Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and
 6    Community Affairs for a grant to the Amy B. Jones  Foundation
 7    Luck Awareness Program.

 8        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 988)
 9        Sec.  988.  The sum of $36,191,100, or so much thereof as
10    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
11    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
12    made in  Article  16,  Section  1060  of  Public  Act  91-20,
13    approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the
14    Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and
15    Community Affairs for grants to units  of  local  government,
16    educational  facilities  and not-for-profit organizations for
17    infrastructure improvements  including  but  not  limited  to
18    planning, construction, reconstruction, equipment, utilities,
19    and   vehicles,   and  all  costs  associated  with  economic
20    development, community programs, educational programs, public
21    health, and public safety.

22        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1000)
23        Sec. 1000.  The sum of $65,000, or so much thereof as may
24    be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of  business
25    on  June  30,  2000,  from appropriations heretofore made for
26    such purposes in Article 16,  Section  1072a  of  Public  Act
27    91-20,  approved  June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated
28    from the Capital Development Fund Board to the Department  of
29    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs  for  a grant to the Senior
30    Services Center in  Joliet for a new elevator.

31        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1004)
 
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 1        Sec. 1004.  The sum of $2,000, or so much thereof as  may
 2    be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business
 3    on  June  30,  2000, from an appropriation heretofore made in
 4    Article 16, Section 1075 of Public Act 91-20,  approved  June
 5    7,  1999,  as  amended,  is  reappropriated from the Fund for
 6    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
 7    Affairs  for  a  grant  to  the  Indo-American Center for the
 8    purpose of promoting  relations  within  the  community  17th
 9    District CAPS for telecommunications.

10        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1017)
11        Sec. 1017.  The sum of $75,000, or so much thereof as may
12    be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business
13    on  June  30,  2000, from an appropriation heretofore made in
14    Article 16, Section 1088 of Public Act 91-20,  approved  June
15    7,  1999,  as  amended,  is  reappropriated from the Fund for
16    Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and  Community
17    Affairs  for  a grant to the Association House of Chicago for
18    the West Town Leadership Project.

19        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1141)
20        Sec. 1141.  The sum of $120,000, or so  much  thereof  as
21    may  be  necessary  and  remains  unexpended  at the close of
22    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
23    made  in  Article  16,  Section  1211  of  Public  Act 91-20,
24    approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the
25    Fund for Illinois' Future to the Department of  Commerce  and
26    Community  Affairs  for  a  grant  to  the Seniors Activities
27    Association of St. Clair County City of  Washington  Park  to
28    purchase and renovate the Senior Center.

29        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1151)
30        Sec.  1151.  The  sum  of $110,000, or so much thereof as
31    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
 
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 1    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
 2    made in  Article  16,  Section  1221  of  Public  Act  91-20,
 3    approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the
 4    Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and
 5    Community Affairs for a grant  to  the  Department  of  Human
 6    Services for the Community Mental Health Council for training
 7    of State of Illinois employees on violence prevention.

 8        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1154)
 9        Sec.  1154.  The  sum  of $250,000, or so much thereof as
10    may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the  close  of
11    business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation heretofore
12    made in  Article  16,  Section  1225  of  Public  Act  91-20,
13    approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the
14    Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and
15    Community Affairs for a grant to the City of East  St.  Louis
16    for  the  rehabilitation  of  the  fire  station  at 18th and
17    Broadway and the purchase of a fire truck.

18        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1236)
19        Sec. 1236.  The amount of $500,000, or so much thereof as
20    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
21    Commerce  and Community Affairs from the General Revenue Fund
22    for a  grant  to  Third  World  Press  Northeastern  Illinois
23    University  to  support  the  activities  of the Institute of
24    Positive Education.

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1241)
26        Sec. 1241.  The amount of $62,666,500 $62,030,000, or  so
27    much  thereof  as  may be necessary, is appropriated from the
28    Fund for Illinois' Future to the Department of  Commerce  and
29    Community  Affairs  for  the  administrative costs associated
30    with  the   Department's   facilitation   of   infrastructure
31    improvements,   or   for   grants   to   governmental  units,
 
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 1    educational facilities, and not-for-profit organizations  for
 2    all  costs associated with, but not limited to infrastructure
 3    improvements,   miscellaneous   purchases,   and    operating
 4    expenses.

 5        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1242)
 6        Sec.  1242.  The amount of $30,300,000 $30,000,000, or so
 7    much thereof as may be necessary, is  appropriated  from  the
 8    Capital  Development  Fund  to the Department of Commerce and
 9    Community  Affairs  for   grants   to   governmental   units,
10    educational  facilities  and not-for-profit organizations for
11    all costs associated with, but not limited to  infrastructure
12    improvements.

13        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, Sec. 1265)
14        Sec.  1265.  The amount of $17,500,000 $10,000,000, or so
15    much thereof as may be necessary, is  appropriated  from  the
16    Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the Department of Commerce and
17    Community Affairs for all costs  associated  with  grants  to
18    various   units   of   local  government,  community,  civic,
19    not-for-profit,   educational   facilities    and    business
20    development  organizations  for  the  purpose of grants which
21    include,  but  are  not  limited   to,   one-time   operating
22    assistance,     construction,    rehabilitation,    equipment
23    purchases, and any other necessary costs.

24        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, new Sec. 1270)
25        Sec. 1270.  The amount of $75,000, or so much thereof  as
26    may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department of
27    Commerce and Community Affairs from the  Fund  for  Illinois'
28    Future for a grant to the Illinois Youth Advocate Program.

29        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, new Sec. 1271)
30        Sec.  1271.  The amount of $15,000, or so much thereof as
 
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 1    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
 2    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs from the Fund for Illinois'
 3    Future for a grant to the Tri-City Girls' Softball League.

 4        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, new Sec. 1272)
 5        Sec. 1272.  The amount of $150,000, or so much thereof as
 6    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
 7    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs from the Fund for Illinois'
 8    Future for a grant to the Pastors Network of Illinois.

 9        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, new Sec. 1273)
10        Sec. 1273.  The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
11    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
12    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs from the Fund for Illinois'
13    Future  for  a  grant  to  the  Valley   Kingdom   Ministries
14    International.

15        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 75, new Sec. 1274)
16        Sec.  1274.  The amount of $35,000, or so much thereof as
17    may be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
18    Commerce  and  Community  Affairs from the Fund for Illinois'
19    Future for a grant to  the  Village  of  Dolton  for  various
20    improvements.

21        Section    6.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
22    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
23    is amended by changing Section 2 of Article 5 as follows:

24        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 5, Sec. 2)
25        Sec.  2.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
26    as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
27    objects  and purposes hereinafter named, to the Department of
28    Financial Institutions:
 
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 1                           CONSUMER CREDIT
 2    Payable from Financial Institution Fund:
 3      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,027,900
 4      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 5       Paid by Employer ............................       41,100
 6      For State Contributions to the State
 7       Employees' Retirement System ................      104,600
 8      For State Contributions to
 9       Social Security .............................       78,700
10      For Group Insurance ..........................      155,400
11      For Contractual Services .....................       88,400
12      For Travel ...................................       89,000
13      For Commodities ..............................        3,900
14      For Printing .................................        5,100
15      For Equipment ................................        2,500
16      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      132,000
17      For Trustee Expenses
18       Relating to Intercounty
19       Title Co. Closure ....................250,000
20      For Refunds ..................................        2,500
21        Total                                          $1,731,100
22                            CREDIT UNION
23    Payable from Credit Union Fund:
24      For Personal Services ........................ $  2,228,100
25      For Employee Retirement Contributions
26       Paid by Employer ............................       89,200
27      For State Contributions to State
28       Employees' Retirement System ................      227,200
29      For State Contributions to
30       Social Security .............................      170,400
31      For Group Insurance ..........................      399,600
32      For Contractual Services .....................      100,000
33      For Travel ...................................      209,900
34      For Commodities ..............................        6,900
 
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 1      For Printing .................................        2,900
 2      For Equipment ................................        5,000
 3      For Electronic Data Processing................      132,000
 4      For Telecommunications Services...............       20,000
 5      For Refunds ..................................        1,000
 6        Total                                          $3,592,200
 7                          CURRENCY EXCHANGE
 8    Payable from Financial Institution Fund:
 9      For Personal Services ........................ $    750,500
10      For Employee Retirement Contributions
11       Paid by Employer ............................       30,000
12      For State Contributions to the State
13       Employees' Retirement System ................       76,600
14      For State Contributions to
15       Social Security .............................       57,300
16      For Group Insurance ..........................      103,600
17      For Contractual Services .....................       20,100
18      For Travel ...................................       25,500
19      For Commodities ..............................        2,000
20      For Printing .................................        1,400
21      For Equipment ................................        7,500
22      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      132,000
23      For Refunds ..................................        1,000
24        Total                                          $1,207,500

25        Section   7.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and
26    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
27    is amended by changing Sections 12, 13, 22, 41, 41.1 and 42.1
28    of Article 5 as follows:

29        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 12)
30        Sec. 12.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
31    may be necessary, respectively, for the purposes  hereinafter
32    named,  are  appropriated to the Department of Human Services
 
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 1    for Grants-In-Aid and Purchased Care in its  various  regions
 2    pursuant  to  Sections  3 and 4 of the Community Services Act
 3    and the Community Mental Health Act:
 4              MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
 5                  GRANTS-IN-AID AND PURCHASED CARE
 6    For Community Service Grant Programs for
 7      Persons with Mental Illness:
 8        Payable from General Revenue Fund .......... $163,417,800
 9        Payable from Community Mental
10        Health Services Block
11        Grant Fund......................  11,827,400    9,827,400
12        Payable from the DHS Federal
13        Projects Fund ..............................   10,000,000
14    For Costs Associated With The
15      Purchase and Disbursement of
16      Psychotropic Medications for Mentally
17      Ill Clients in the Community:
18        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........    3,000,000
19    For Community Integrated Living
20      Arrangements for Persons with
21      Mental Illness:
22        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........   35,618,700
23    For Medicaid Services for Persons with
24      Mental Illness/and KidCare Clients:
25        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........   44,689,000
26    For Emergency Psychiatric Services:
27        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   10,020,700
28    For Community Service Grant Programs for
29      Children and Adolescents with
30       Mental Illness:
31        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   23,872,000
32        Payable from Community Mental
33        Health Services Block
34        Grant Fund ........................4,036,400    3,371,400
 
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 1    For Purchase of Care for Children and
 2      Adolescents with Mental Illness
 3      approved through the Individual
 4      Care Grant Program:
 5        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........   20,976,800
 6    For Costs Associated with Children and
 7      Adolescent Mental Health Programs:
 8       Payable from General Revenue Fund ...........   11,040,800
 9    For Teen Suicide Prevention Including
10      Provisions Established in Public Act
11      85-0928:
12        Payable from Community Mental Health
13        Services Block Grant Fund ..................      206,400
14    For Grants for Mental Health Research:
15        Payable from Mental Health Research
16        Fund .......................................      150,000
17        Total                                        $338,191,000
18    For Community Service Grant Programs for
19      Persons with Developmental Disabilities:
20        Payable from General
21          Revenue Fund: ..............  $99,368,200   $96,848,500
22    For Community Integrated Living
23      Arrangements for the Persons with
24      Developmental Disabilities:
25        Payable from General
26          Revenue Fund ...............  230,041,400   224,208,200
27    For Purchase of Care for Persons with
28      Developmental Disabilities:
29        Payable from General
30          Revenue Fund ...............   85,341,000    82,924,300
31        Payable from the Mental Health Fund .           9,965,600
32    For Medicaid Services for Persons with
33      Developmental Disabilities:
34      Payable from General
 
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 1           Revenue Fund ..............   14,149,600    13,790,800
 2    For costs associated with the provision
 3      of Specialized Services to Persons with
 4      Developmental Disabilities,
 5      Payable from General
 6          Revenue Fund ...............   10,137,100  <L   9,880,000>
 7        Total                                        $437,617,400

 8        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 13)
 9        Sec. 13.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
10    may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Human
11    Services for the following purposes:
12    For Expenses Related to Providing Care,
13      Support, and Treatment of Low Income,
14      Developmentally Disabled Persons:
15        Payable from the Fund for the
16          Developmentally Disabled.................. $    100,000
17    For Family Assistance and Home Based
18      Support Services:
19        Payable from General Revenue Fund -
20          For costs associated with Family
21           Assistance Programs at the approximate
22           costs set forth below:
23        Payable from General Revenue Fund ..........    8,191,300
24           For Persons with Developmental
25           Disabilities ...................6,273,900
26           For Persons with Mental
27           Illness ........................1,917,400
28          For costs associated with Home Based
29           Support Services Programs at the
30           approximate costs set forth below:
31        Payable from General Revenue Fund...........   11,721,300
32           For Persons with Developmental
33           Disabilities ...................8,641,865
 
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 1           For Persons with Mental
 2           Illness ........................3,079,435
 3    For Costs Related to the Determination of
 4      Eligibility and Service Needs for
 5      Persons with Developmental Disabilities:
 6        Payable from General
 7          Revenue Fund ...............    4,055,200     3,952,400
 8      For Intermediate Care Facilities for the
 9      Mentally Retarded and Alternative
10      Community Programs in fiscal year 2001
11      and in all prior fiscal years:
12        Payable from the
13          General Revenue Fund .......  332,670,600   319,016,100
14        Payable from the Care Provider Fund for
15          Persons With A Developmental Disability ..   36,000,000
16    For a Grant to Lewis and Clark Community
17      College to Provide a Comprehensive
18      Program of Services Designed Specifically
19      to Serve the Growing Number of Students
20      with Developmental Disabilities
21        Payable from the General Revenue Fund ......      220,000
22    For Costs Associated with Quality Assurance
23      and Enhancements Related to the Home and
24      Community Based Waiver Program, Including
25      Operating and Administrative Costs
26        Payable from the General Revenue Fund ......    9,800,000
27    For Costs Associated with Services for
28      Individuals with Developmental
29      Disabilities to Enable Them to Reside
30      in Their Homes
31        Payable from the
32           General Revenue Fund ......    6,156,100   <L  6,000,000>
33        Total                                        $395,001,100
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 22)
 2        Sec. 22.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 3    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
 4    hereinafter  named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
 5    contingent expenditures of the Department of Human Services:
 6     PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION - DISABILITIES AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
 7    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 8      For Personal Services ........................ $ 11,445,700
 9      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
10       by Employer .................................      449,800
11      For Retirement Contributions .................    1,167,500
12      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      875,600
13      For Contractual Services .....................    2,186,700
14      For Travel ...................................      420,300
15      For Commodities ..............................   17,114,200
16      For Printing .................................       40,600
17      For Equipment ................................    1,384,600
18      For Telecommunications Services ..............      274,200
19      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        3,500
20      For Contractual Services:
21       For Private Hospitals for
22        Recipients of State Facilities .............    1,273,900
23        Total                                         $36,636,600
24    Payable from the Prevention/Treatment -
25     Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Block
26     Grant Fund:
27      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,667,500
28      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
29       by Employer .................................       66,700
30      For Retirement Contributions .................      170,000
31      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      127,600
32      For Group Insurance ..........................      211,200
33      For Contractual Services .....................    1,375,300
34      For Travel ...................................      133,600
 
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 1      For Commodities ..............................       53,800
 2      For Printing .................................       80,200
 3      For Equipment ................................        5,300
 4      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      400,000
 5      For Telecommunications Services ..............      117,800
 6      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        2,100
 7      For Expenses Associated with the
 8       Administration of the Alcohol and
 9       Substance Abuse Prevention and
10       Treatment Programs ..........................      128,100
11      For Deposit into the Group Home
12       Loan Revolving Fund .........................      100,000
13        Total                                          $4,639,200
14    Payable from the Vocational Rehabilitation Fund:
15      For Personal Services ........................ $    625,300
16      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
17       by Employer .................................       25,100
18      For Retirement Contributions .................       63,800
19      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       47,800
20      For Group Insurance ..........................       80,000
21      For Contractual Services .....................       60,200
22      For Travel ...................................       15,100
23      For Commodities ..............................          300
24      For Equipment ................................       40,000
25      For Telecommunications Services ..............       16,900
26        Total                                            $974,500
27    Payable from the Drunk and Drugged
28     Driving Prevention Fund:
29      For Personal Services ........................ $    237,700
30      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
31       by Employer .................................        9,500
32      For Retirement Contributions .................       24,300
33      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       18,300
34      For Group Insurance ..........................       25,600
 
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 1        Total                                            $315,400
 2    Payable from the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Fund:
 3      For Personal Services ........................ $    287,500
 4      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
 5       by Employer .................................       11,400
 6      For Retirement Contributions .................       29,400
 7      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       22,100
 8      For Group Insurance ..........................       25,600
 9      For Contractual Services .....................    1,879,400
10      For Travel ...................................       24,400
11      For Commodities ..............................        6,400
12      For Printing .................................       19,000
13      For Equipment ................................       10,500
14      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      451,300
15      For Telecommunications Services ..............        5,100
16      For Expenses Associated with the
17       Administration of the Alcohol and
18       Substance Abuse Prevention and
19       Treatment Programs ..........................      222,200
20        Total                                          $2,994,300
21    Payable from the Community Mental Health Services
22     Block Grant Fund:
23      For Personal Services ........................ $    432,500
24      For Employee Retirement Contributions Paid
25       by Employer .................................       17,300
26      For Retirement Contributions .................       44,100
27      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       33,100
28      For Group Insurance ..........................       64,000
29      For Contractual Services ............  150,100      128,100
30      For Travel ...........................  10,000        2,000
31      For Commodities ......................  30,000
32      For Equipment .......................    5,000
33        Total                                            $721,100
34    Payable from the DHS Federal Projects Fund:
 
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 1      For Federally Assisted Programs .............. $  7,299,200
 2    Payable from the Mental Health Fund:
 3      For Costs Related to Provision of Support
 4       Services Provided to Departmental and Non-
 5       Departmental Organizations .................. $  3,720,400
 6    Payable from the Youth Alcoholism and Substance
 7     Abuse Prevention Fund:
 8      For Deposit into the Fund Which Receives All
 9       Payments Under Section 5-3 of Act for
10       Alcoholic Liquors ........................... $    150,000

11        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 41)
12        Sec. 41.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
13    as may be necessary, are appropriated to  the  Department  of
14    Human  Services  for  the  objects  and  purposes hereinafter
15    named:
16                          COMMUNITY HEALTH
17    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
18      For Personal Services ........................ $  4,765,400
19      For Employee Retirement Contributions
20       Paid by Employer ............................      189,800
21      For Retirement Contributions .................      486,100
22      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      364,600
23      For Contractual Services .....................      210,400
24      For Travel ...................................      144,900
25      For Commodities ..............................       22,700
26      For Printing .................................        6,400
27      For Equipment ................................       38,200
28      For Telecommunications Services ..............       59,000
29      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............          400
30      For Expenses for the Development and
31       Implementation of Cornerstone ...............    3,100,000
32        Total                                          $9,387,900

33    Payable from the DHS Federal Projects Fund:
 
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 1      For Personal Services ........................ $    589,200
 2      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 3       Paid by Employer ............................       23,700
 4      For Retirement Contributions .................       60,200
 5      For State Contributions to Social Security ...       45,100
 6      For Group Insurance ..........................       70,400
 7      For Contractual Services .....................    1,393,700
 8      For Travel ...................................      155,500
 9      For Commodities ..............................       36,000
10      For Printing .................................       22,000
11      For Equipment ................................      568,000
12      For Telecommunications Services ..............      246,800
13      For Expenses Related to Public Health
14       Programs ....................................      256,200
15      For Operational Expenses for Maternal
16       and Child Health Special Projects of
17       Regional and National Significance ..........      226,300
18        Total                                          $3,693,100

19    Payable from the USDA Women, Infants
20     and Children Fund:
21      For Personal Services ........................ $  2,854,400
22      For Employee Retirement Contributions
23       Paid by Employer ............................      114,100
24      For Retirement Contributions .................      291,200
25      For State Contributions to Social Security ...      218,300
26      For Group Insurance ..........................      384,000
27      For Contractual Services .....................      494,500
28      For Travel ...................................      239,000
29      For Commodities ..............................       53,000
30      For Printing .................................      184,500
31      For Equipment ................................      279,000
32      For Telecommunications Services ..............      250,000
33      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       17,200
34      For Operational Expenses of the Women,
 
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 1       Infants and Children (WIC) Program,
 2       Including Investigations ....................    1,600,000
 3      For Operational Expenses of Banking
 4       Services for Food Instruments
 5       Verification and Vendor Payment under
 6       the Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
 7       Program .......................      800,000       700,000
 8      For Operational Expenses of the
 9       Federal Commodity Supplemental
10       Food Program ................................       42,500
11      For Operational Expenses Associated
12       with Support of the USDA Women,
13       Infants and Children Program ................      150,000
14        Total                                          $7,871,700

15    Payable from the Sexual Assault
16     Services Fund:
17      For Expenses Related to the
18       Sexual Assault Services Program...................$ 75,000
19    Payable from the Maternal and Child
20     Health Services Block Grant
21     Fund:
22      For Operational Expenses of Maternal and
23       Child Health Programs..........................$ 3,943,500
24    Payable from the Preventive Health
25     and Health Services Block
26     Grant Fund:
27      For Expenses of Preventive Health and
28       Health Services Programs..........................$ 55,000
29    Payable from the DHS State Projects Fund:
30      For Operational Expenses for
31       Public Health Programs...........................$ 368,000

32        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 41.1)
33        Sec. 41.1.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
 
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 1    thereof   as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the
 2    Department of Human Services for  the  objects  and  purposes
 3    hereinafter named:
 4                          COMMUNITY HEALTH
 5                            GRANTS-IN-AID
 6    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
 7      For Grants to Public and Private Agencies
 8       for Problem Pregnancies ..................... $    257,800
 9      For Grants for the Extension and Provision
10       of Perinatal Services for Premature and
11       High-Risk Infants and Their Mothers .........    1,184,300
12      For Grants to Provide Assistance to Sexual
13       Assault Victims and for Sexual Assault
14       Prevention Activities .......................    5,542,000
15      For Grants for Programs to Reduce
16       Infant Mortality and to Provide
17       Case Management and Outreach Services .......   17,354,800
18      For Grants for Programs to Reduce Infant
19       Mortality and to Provide Case
20       Management and Outreach Services for
21       Medicaid Eligible Families ..................   28,599,600
22      For Grants for the Zero to Five
23       Saves Lives..................................    2,000,000
24      For Grants to the Chicago Department of
25       Health for Maternal and Child
26       Health Services .............................    1,105,700
27      For Grants and Administrative Expenses
28       Related to the Healthy
29       Families Program.............................    8,836,700
30      For Domestic Violence Shelters
31       and Services Program ........................   21,979,200
32      For Grants for After School Youth
33       Support Programs ............................   19,782,600
34      For Grants Associated with the
 
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 1       Project Success Program .....................    3,826,300
 2      For Teen Parent Services .....................    7,698,300
 3      For Grants Associated With Organizing
 4       Youth Basketball ............................      100,000
 5      For Grants for South Shore Community
 6       Partnership Network to Provide
 7       Low Income Persons Access
 8       to the Internet .............................      125,000
 9      For Grants for Crisis Nurseries ..............      500,000
10      For Grants for Gilead Referral
11       & Outreach Center for the Uninsured .........      250,000
12      For Grants to Family Planning Programs
13       For Contraceptive Services ..................      750,000
14        Total                                        $119,892,300

15    Payable from the Special Purposes Trust Fund:
16      For Family Violence Prevention Services ...... $  5,000,000
17    Payable from the DHS Federal Projects Fund:
18      For Grants for Public Health
19       Programs ....................................      830,000
20      For Grants for Maternal and Child
21       Health Special Projects of Regional
22       and National Significance ...................      600,000
23      For Grants for Family Planning
24       Programs Pursuant to Title X of
25       the Public Health Service Act ...............    7,000,000
26      For Grants for the Federal Healthy
27       Start Program ...............................    4,000,000
28        Total                                         $17,430,000
29    Payable from the American Diabetes
30     Association Fund:
31      For Grants for Diabetes Research ...............$   150,000
32    Payable from the Children's Cancer Fund:
33      For Grants for Children's Cancer Research ......$   150,000
34    Payable from the Special Purposes
 
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 1     Trust Fund:
 2      For Community Grants ..........................$  5,698,100
 3    Payable from the Domestic Violence Abuser
 4     Services Fund:
 5      For Domestic Violence Abuser Services ..........$   100,000
 6    Payable from the Federal National
 7     Community Services Grant Fund:
 8      For Payment for Community Activities,
 9       Including Prior Years' Costs .................$  6,000,000

10    Payable from the USDA Women, Infants and Children Fund:
11      For Grants to Public and Private Agencies
12       for Costs of Administering the USDA Women,
13       Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition
14       Program ....................... $ 35,000,000  $ 32,060,000
15      For Grants for the Federal
16       Commodity Supplemental
17        Food Program .................                  1,400,000
18      For Grants for Free Distribution of Food
19       Supplies under the USDA Women,
20       Infants, and Children (WIC)
21       Nutrition Program .............  160,000,000   156,723,400
22      For Grants for Administering USDA Women,
23       Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition
24       Program Food Centers ..........   20,000,000  <L  17,500,000>
25        Total                                        $207,683,400

26    Payable from the Maternal and Child Health
27     Services Block Grant Fund:
28      For Grants for Maternal and Child Health
29       Programs, Including Programs Appropriated
30       Elsewhere in this Section ................... $ 10,867,000
31      For Grants to the Chicago Department of
32       Health for Maternal and Child Health
33       Services ....................................    5,000,000
 
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 1      For Grants to the Board of Trustees of the
 2       University of Illinois, Division of
 3       Specialized Care for Children ...............    7,800,000
 4      For Grants for an Abstinence Education
 5       Program including operating and
 6       administrative costs ........................    3,500,000
 7        Total                                         $27,167,000

 8    Payable from the Preventive Health and Health
 9     Services Block Grant Fund:
10      For Grants to Provide Assistance to Sexual
11       Assault Victims and for Sexual Assault
12       Prevention Activities ....................... $    500,000
13      For Grants for Rape Prevention Education
14       Programs, including operating and
15       administrative costs ........................    3,000,000
16        Total                                          $3,500,000

17    Payable from the DHS State Projects Fund:
18      For Grants to Establish Health Care
19       Systems for DCFS Wards ......................$   3,376,400

20    Payable from Domestic Violence Shelter
21     and Service Fund:
22      For Domestic Violence Shelters and
23       Services Program ...............................$1,000,000

24    For Children's Health Programs:
25        Payable from Tobacco Settlement
26        Recovery Fund ..............................   $1,750,000

27    For a Grant to the Coalition for
28      Technical Assistance and Training
29      Related to Children's Health:
30        Payable from Tobacco Settlement
31        Recovery Fund .............................. $    250,000
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 5, Sec. 42.1)
 2        Sec.  42.1.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so much
 3    thereof as may be necessary, respectively,  are  appropriated
 4    to the Department of Human Services:
 5                      COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICES
 6                            GRANTS-IN-AID
 7    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 8      For Community Services ....................... $  7,343,200
 9      For Youth Services Grants Associated with
10       Juvenile Justice Reform .....................    3,500,000
11      For Comprehensive Community-Based
12       Service to Youth ............................   13,699,700
13      For Unified Delinquency Intervention
14       Services ....................................    3,187,900
15      For Homeless Youth Services ..................    4,276,600
16      For Parents Too Soon Program .................    7,085,000
17      For Delinquency Prevention ...................    1,634,200
18      For Grants Associated with the
19       Early Intervention Program, including
20       operating and administrative
21       costs .........................   45,740,000  <L  35,740,000>
22        Total                                         $76,466,600
23    Payable from the Special Purposes Trust Fund:
24    For Parents Too Soon Program,
25      including grants and operations .............. $  3,665,200
26    Payable from the Early Intervention
27     Revolving Fund:
28      For Grants Associated With the
29       Early Intervention Program, including
30       operating and administrative
31       costs .........................   85,000,000    50,000,000
32    Payable from the DHS Federal Projects Fund:
33      For Grants Associated With the
34       Early Intervention Program, including
 
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 1       operating and administrative
 2       costs .......................................   28,000,000
 3        Total                                         $81,665,200

 4        Section    8.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 5    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
 6    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 7 as follows:

 7        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 7, Sec. 1)
 8        Sec.  1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
 9    may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and  purposes
10    hereinafter  named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
11    contingent expenses of the Department of Insurance:
12                 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT DIVISION
13    Payable from Insurance Producer
14     Administration Fund:
15      For Personal Services ........................ $    807,600
16      For Employee Retirement Contributions
17       Paid by Employer ............................       32,400
18      For State Contributions to the State
19       Employees' Retirement System ................       82,400
20      For State Contributions to
21       Social Security .............................       61,800
22      For Group Insurance ..........................      162,800
23      For Contractual Services .......    1,328,000       928,000
24      For Travel ...................................        2,000
25      For Commodities ..............................       49,500
26      For Printing .................................      109,800
27      For Equipment ................................      114,300
28      For Telecommunications Services ..............       15,400
29      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       10,600
30        Total                            $2,776,600    $2,376,600
31    Payable from Insurance Financial Regulation Fund:
32      For Personal Services......................... $    699,800
 
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 1      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 2       Paid by Employer ............................       28,100
 3      For State Contributions to the State
 4       Employees' Retirement System.................       71,300
 5      For State Contributions to
 6       Social Security..............................       53,500
 7      For Group Insurance...........................      155,400
 8      For Contractual Services........    1,712,800     1,212,800
 9      For Travel....................................        2,000
10      For Commodities ..............................       59,500
11      For Printing..................................       46,500
12      For Equipment ................................       60,600
13      For Telecommunications Services...............       12,400
14      For Operation of Auto Equipment...............        7,100
15        Total                            $2,909,000    $2,409,000

16        Section   9.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and
17    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
18    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 10 as follows:

19        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 10, Sec. 1)
20        Sec. 1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
21    may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
22    hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary  and
23    contingent expenses of the Department of Military Affairs:
24                           FOR OPERATIONS
25                   OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
26    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
27      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,314,900
28      For Employee Retirement Contributions
29       Paid By Employer ............................       52,600
30      For State Contributions to State
31       Employees' Retirement System ................      134,200
32      For State Contributions to
 
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 1       Social Security .............................      100,600
 2      For Contractual Services .....................       45,900
 3      For Travel ...................................       15,900
 4      For Commodities ..............................       15,700
 5      For Printing .................................        6,500
 6      For Equipment ................................       64,900
 7      For Electronic Data Processing ...............       56,300
 8      For Telecommunications Services ..............       35,500
 9      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       20,000
10      For State Officer's Candidate School .........        2,200
11      For Lincoln's Challenge ......................    3,049,200
12        Total                                          $4,914,400
13    Payable from Federal Support Agreement Revolving Fund:
14      Army/Air Reimbursable Positions .............. $  4,624,500
15      Lincoln's Challenge ............    4,890,900     3,962,900
16      Lincoln's Challenge Stipend Payments .........    1,700,000
17        Total                           $11,215,400   $10,287,400
18                        FACILITIES OPERATIONS
19    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
20      For Personal Services ........................ $  5,276,400
21      For Employee Retirement Contributions
22       Paid by Employer ............................      211,100
23      For State Contributions to State
24       Employees' Retirement System ................      538,100
25      For State Contributions to
26       Social Security .............................      403,700
27      For Contractual Services .....................    2,153,600
28      For Commodities ..............................      112,100
29      For Equipment ................................       68,200
30        Total                                          $8,763,200

31        Section   10.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
32    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
33    is amended by repealing Section  269  and  changing  Sections
 
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 1    235,  245,  247 and 268 and adding new Section 275 to Article
 2    11 as follows:

 3        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 11, Sec. 235)
 4        Sec. 235.  The sum of $280,000, or so much thereof as may
 5    be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of  business
 6    on  June  30,  2000, from an appropriation heretofore made in
 7    Article 20, Section 263 of Public Act 91-20, approved June 7,
 8    1999,  as  amended,  is  reappropriated  from  the  Fund  for
 9    Illinois' Future to the Department of Natural Resources for a
10    grant to the Fon du Lac Park District  for  land  acquisition
11    the purpose of a trail enhancement project.

12        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 11, Sec. 245)
13        Sec. 245.  The sum of $125,000, or so much thereof as may
14    be  necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business
15    on June 30, 2000, from an appropriation  heretofore  made  in
16    Article 20, Section 273 of Public Act 91-20, approved June 7,
17    1999,  as  amended,  is  reappropriated  from  the  Fund  for
18    Illinois' Future to the Department of Natural Resources for a
19    grant   to   the   Illinois   Valley   YMCA  to  construct  a
20    walking/biking  path,  toboggan  run,  ice  hockey  rink  and
21    rollerblade park City of LaSalle for  park  improvements  and
22    installation of facilities for roller skaters.

23        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 11, Sec. 247)
24        Sec. 247.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may
25    be  necessary  is  and  remains  unexpended  at  the close of
26    business on June 30, 2000, from an  appropriation  heretofore
27    made in Article 20, Section 275 of Public Act 91-20, approved
28    June 7, 1999, as amended, is reappropriated from the Fund for
29    Illinois'  Future to the Department of Natural  Resources for
30    a grant to the Illinois Valley YMCA in Peru for  establishing
31    a   recreational   park   LaSalle-Peru   Township  Recreation
 
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 1    Authority for the acquisition and development of  a  regional
 2    park.

 3        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 11, Sec. 268)
 4        Sec.  268.  The  sum of $7,500,000, or so much thereof as
 5    may be necessary, is appropriated from the Fund for Illinois'
 6    Future to the Department of Natural Resources for  all  costs
 7    associated  with  grants to various units of local government
 8    and not-for-profit entities for  infrastructure  improvements
 9    including  but not limited to park and recreational projects,
10    facilities, bike paths, equipment  and  any  other  necessary
11    costs.

12        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 11, new Sec. 275)
13        Sec. 275.  The sum of $115,000, or so much thereof as may
14    be  necessary,  is  appropriated to the Department of Natural
15    Resources from the General Revenue Fund for a  grant  to  the
16    City of Ottawa for acquisition of Harper's Farm.

17        Section   11.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
18    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
19    is amended by changing Section 2 of Article 10 as follows:

20        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 10, Sec. 2)
21        Sec.  2.  In   addition   to   any   amounts   heretofore
22    appropriated, the following named amounts, or so much thereof
23    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
24    Department of Public Aid for Medical Assistance:
25      FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER THE ILLINOIS PUBLIC AID CODE
26           AND THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM ACT
27    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
28      For Physicians.................. $433,738,000  $396,727,000
29      For Dentists..................................   65,670,700
30      For Optometrists..............................    7,825,400

 
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 1      For Podiatrists...............................    2,336,000
 2      For Chiropractors.............................    1,299,500
 3      For Hospital In-Patient and
 4       Disproportionate Share ...... 1,548,604,900  1,424,218,800
 5      For Hospital Ambulatory Care..   373,341,400    361,682,000
 6      For Prescribed Drugs .........   985,723,800    958,780,300
 7      For Skilled, Intermediate, and Other
 8       Related Long Term Care Services ............ 1,058,858,600
 9      For Community Health Centers.................    81,818,500
10      For Hospice Care ............................    21,388,900
11      For Independent Laboratories.................    15,157,000
12      For Home Health Care, Therapy, and
13        Nursing Services...........................    67,150,000
14      For Appliances...............................    36,983,600
15      For Transportation...........................    57,429,100
16      For Other Related Medical Services
17       and for development, implementation,
18       and operation of the managed
19       care and children's health
20       programs including operating
21       and administrative costs and
22       related distributive purposes...............    79,486,000
23      For Medicare Part A Premiums.................    11,654,700
24      For Medicare Part B Premiums.................    87,350,400
25      For Medicare Part B Premiums for
26       Qualified Individuals under the
27       Federal Balanced Budget Act of 1997 ........     4,397,700
28      For Health Maintenance Organizations and
29       Managed Care Entities ......................   236,526,700
30        Total                      $5,176,740,900  $4,976,740,900

31        The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be
32    necessary, are appropriated to the Department of  Public  Aid
33    for the purposes hereinafter named:
34                       FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
 
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 1    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 2      For Grants for Medical Care for Persons
 3       Suffering from Chronic Renal Disease ........ $  2,873,700
 4      For Grants for Medical Care for Persons
 5       Suffering from Hemophilia ...................    4,000,500
 6      For Grants for Medical Care for Sexual
 7       Assault Victims .............................      606,900
 8        Total                                          $7,481,100

 9        The  Department,  with  the  consent  in writing from the
10    Governor, may reapportion not more than two  percent  of  the
11    total  appropriations  in  Section  2 above among the various
12    purposes therein enumerated.

13        In addition to any amounts heretofore  appropriated,  the
14    amount of $8,758,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary,
15    is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of Public Aid from the
16    General Revenue Fund for expenses relating to the  Children's
17    Health   Insurance  Program  Act,  including  payments  under
18    Section 25 (a)(1) of that  Act,  and  related  operating  and
19    administrative costs.

20        Section   12.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
21    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
22    is amended by changing Section 2.1 of Article 11 as follows:

23        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 11, Sec. 2.1)
24        Sec. 2.1.  The following named amount, or so much thereof
25    as may be necessary, are appropriated to  the  Department  of
26    Public Health for the objects and purposes hereinafter named:
27                OFFICE OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
28    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
29      For Grants for Development of Local Health
30       Departments and the Public Health
31       Workforce, including Operational Expenses ... $    262,000
 
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 1      For a Grant for the Promotion and
 2       Marketing of the Adoption
 3       Registry ..............................67,900
 4        Total                               $329,900

 5        Section   13.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 6    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
 7    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 14 as follows:

 8        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 14, Sec. 1)
 9        Sec. 1.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
10    as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects and
11    purposes hereinafter named,  are  appropriated  to  meet  the
12    ordinary   and  contingent  expenses  of  the  Department  of
13    Revenue:
14                             OPERATIONS
15                         GOVERNMENT SERVICES
16    For Personal Services:
17      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............ $  4,804,000
18      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............      578,600
19      Payable from Illinois Tax
20       Increment Fund ..............................      187,900
21      Payable from Personal Property Tax
22       Replacement Fund ............................      773,200
23    For Extra Help:
24      Payable from the General Revenue Fund ........       81,500
25    For Employee Retirement Contributions
26      Paid by Employer:
27      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      195,400
28      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............       23,100
29      Payable from Illinois Tax
30       Increment Fund ..............................        7,600
31      Payable from Personal Property Tax
32       Replacement Fund ............................       31,000
 
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 1    For State Contributions to State
 2     Employees' Retirement System:
 3      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      488,600
 4      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............       57,800
 5      Payable from Illinois Tax
 6       Increment Fund ..............................       18,800
 7      Payable from Personal Property Tax
 8       Replacement Fund ............................       77,400
 9    For State Contributions to Social Security:
10      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      354,600
11      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............       43,000
12      Payable from Illinois Tax
13       Increment Fund ..............................       14,400
14      Payable from Personal Property Tax
15       Replacement Fund ............................       54,400
16    For Group Insurance:
17      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund..............       96,200
18      Payable from Illinois Tax
19       Increment Fund ..............................       29,600
20      Payable from Personal Property Tax
21       Replacement Fund.............................      133,200
22    For Contractual Services:
23      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      149,500
24      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............       30,600
25      Payable from Personal Property Tax
26       Replacement Fund ............................       10,000
27    For Travel:
28      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       76,900
29      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............       19,300
30      Payable from Personal Property Tax
31       Replacement Fund ............................       23,200
32    For Commodities:
33      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............        6,400
34      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............        1,500
 
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 1      Payable from Personal Property Tax
 2       Replacement Fund ............................        5,800
 3    For Equipment:
 4      Payable from General Revenue Fund.............      418,500
 5      Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund .............      114,100
 6      Payable from Personal Property Tax
 7       Replacement Fund ............................       65,000
 8    For Administration of the
 9      Illinois Affordable Housing Act:
10      Payable from Illinois Affordable
11       Housing Trust Fund ..........................    1,900,000
12    For Administration of the Circuit
13      Breaker/Pharmaceutical Program per
14      P.A. 91-699:
15      Payable from the General Revenue
16       Fund ...............................3,000,000
17    For Transfer from the General Revenue
18      into the Senior Citizens Real Estate
19      Deferred Tax Revolving Fund...................    2,400,000
20        Total                                         $13,271,100

21        Section   14.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
22    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
23    is  amended  by  changing  Sections  1 and 13, and adding new
24    Section 20 to Article 15 as follows:

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 15, Sec. 1)
26        Sec. 1.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
27    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
28    Department of State Police for the following purposes:
29                     DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION
30    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
31      For Personal Services ........................ $  8,677,100
32      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 
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 1       Paid by Employer ............................      358,200
 2      For State Contributions to State
 3       Employees' Retirement System ................      865,100
 4      For State Contributions to
 5       Social Security .............................      545,500
 6      For Contractual Services .....................    4,351,400
 7      For Travel ...................................      205,000
 8      For Commodities ..............................      827,000
 9      For Printing .................................      167,200
10      For Equipment ................................      338,600
11      For Equipment:
12       Lease-Purchase of Police Cars-FY99 ..........    3,433,100
13       Purchase of Police Cars-FY01 ................    2,378,000
14      For Telecommunications Services ..............      249,100
15      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      320,700
16      For Repairs and Maintenance and
17       Permanent Improvements ......................       60,000
18      Permanent Improvements - For
19       All Costs Associated with the
20       CODIS Building .....................1,000,000
21      For Expenses of Apprehension of
22       Fugitives ...................................       50,000
23      For Contractual Services:
24       For Payment of Tort Claims ..................      110,500
25      For Refunds ..................................       57,400
26      For Expenses regarding implementation
27       of the Juvenile Justice Reform
28       provisions ..................................      548,000
29        Total                                         $23,541,900
30    Payable from Missing and Exploited Children
31     Trust Fund:
32      For the Administration and fulfillment
33       of its responsibilities under the
34       Intergovernmental Missing Child
 
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 1       Recovery Act of 1984 .............................. 50,000
 2    Payable from the State Police Wireless Service
 3     Service Emergency Fund:
 4      For costs associated with the
 5       administration and fulfillment
 6       of its responsibilities under
 7       the Wireless Emergency Telephone
 8       Safety Act..................................... $1,300,000

 9        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 15, Sec. 13)
10        Sec. 13.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
11    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
12    Department of State Police for the following purposes:
13          DIVISION OF FORENSIC SERVICES AND IDENTIFICATION
14    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
15      For Personal Services ........................ $ 31,465,000
16      For Employee Retirement Contributions
17       Paid by Employer ............................    1,267,400
18      For State Contributions to State
19       Employees' Retirement System ................    3,137,200
20      For State Contributions to
21       Social Security .............................    2,088,000
22      For Contractual Services .......    5,569,400     6,569,400
23      For Travel ...................................      285,700
24      For Commodities ..............................    2,606,100
25      For Printing .................................      147,500
26      For Equipment ................................    2,821,400
27      For Electronic Data Processing................    3,615,600
28      For Telecommunications Services ..............      778,000
29      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      171,000
30      For Administration of a Statewide Sexual
31       Assault Evidence Collection Program .........      101,200
32        Total                                         $55,053,500
33      For Administration and Operation
 
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 1       of State Crime Laboratories:
 2      Payable from State Crime Laboratory Fund ......... $550,000
 3      Payable from State Crime Laboratory
 4       DUI Fund ........................................ $400,000
 5      Payable from State Offender DNA
 6       Identification  System Fund ..................... $600,000

 7        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 15, new Sec. 20)
 8        Sec.  20.  The  amount of $255,600, or so much thereof as
 9    may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
10    Fund  to  the  Department  of  State  Police  for  the  costs
11    associated with the Diesel Emission testing program.

12        Section   15.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
13    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
14    is amended by changing Sections 1b, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,  13,
15    14 and 15 of Article 16 as follows:

16        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 1b)
17        Sec. 1b.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
18    as  may  be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to
19    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
20    hereinafter named:
21      For Tort Claims, including payment
22       pursuant to P.A. 80-1078 .................... $    500,000
23      For representation and indemnification
24       for the Department of Transportation,
25       the Illinois State Police and the
26       Secretary of State provided that the
27       representation required resulted from
28       the Road Fund portion of their normal
29       operations ..................................      260,000
30      For Enhancement and Congestion
31       Mitigation and Air Quality
 
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 1       Projects.......................   30,000,000     5,000,000
 2      For auto liability payments for the
 3       Department of Transportation, the
 4       Illinois State Police and the
 5       Secretary of State provided that
 6       the liability resulted from the
 7       Road Fund portion of their
 8       normal operations ...........................    1,932,200
 9      For grants to Illinois Universities
10      for applied research on transportation........      520,000
11      For payment of claims as provided by the
12       "Workers' Compensation Act" or the "Workers'
13       Occupational Diseases Act", including
14       Treatment, Expenses and Benefits Payable
15       for Total Temporary Incapacity for Work
16       for State Employees whose salaries are paid
17       from the Road Fund:
18      For Awards and Grants ........................   10,600,000
19        Total                                         $18,812,200
20        Expenditures  from  appropriations  for   treatment   and
21    expense  may  be  made after the Department of Transportation
22    has certified that the injured person was employed  and  that
23    the  nature  of  the injury is compensable in accordance with
24    the provisions  of  the  Workers'  Compensation  Act  or  the
25    Workers'  Occupational  Diseases Act, and then has determined
26    the amount of such compensation to be  paid  to  the  injured
27    person.   Expenditures  for  this  purpose may be made by the
28    Department of Transportation without  regard  to  the  fiscal
29    year  in  which  benefit  or  service  was  rendered  or cost
30    incurred  as  allowable   or   provided   by   the   Workers'
31    Compensation Act or the Workers' Occupational Diseases Act.

32        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 7)
33        Sec.  7.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 
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 1    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
 2    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
 3    hereinafter named:
 4                    DISTRICT 1, SCHAUMBURG OFFICE
 5                             OPERATIONS
 6      For Personal Services .......... $ 78,471,500  $ 75,971,500
 7      For Extra Help .................    6,102,300     5,602,300
 8      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 9       Paid by State .................    3,382,000     3,262,000
10      For State Contributions to State
11       Employees' Retirement System ..    8,455,100     8,155,100
12      For State Contributions
13       to Social Security ............    6,241,900     6,011,900
14      For Contractual Services .......   16,768,700    15,118,700
15      For Travel .....................                    223,600
16      For Commodities ................    6,270,600     4,820,600
17      For Equipment ..................                  1,432,600
18      For Equipment:
19       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  4,184,000
20      For Telecommunications Services .                 1,471,900
21      For Operation of
22       Automotive Equipment ..........    7,454,500  <L_  6,089,500>
23        Total                          $140,458,700  $132,343,700

24        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 8)
25        Sec.  8.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
26    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
27    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
28    hereinafter named:
29                      DISTRICT 2, DIXON OFFICE
30                             OPERATIONS
31      For Personal Services .......... $ 24,848,800  $ 23,848,800
32      For Extra Help .................    2,471,400     1,971,400
33      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 
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 1       Paid by State .................    1,092,800     1,032,800
 2      For State Contributions to State
 3       Employees' Retirement System ..    2,732,000     2,582,000
 4      For State Contributions
 5       to Social Security ............    1,968,900     1,853,900
 6      For Contractual Services .......    4,072,300     3,507,300
 7      For Travel .....................                    238,300
 8      For Commodities ................    3,216,600     1,696,600
 9      For Equipment ..................                    790,000
10      For Equipment:
11       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,353,300
12      For Telecommunications Services .                   224,500
13      For Operation of
14       Automotive Equipment ..........    2,772,600  <L   2,072,600>
15        Total                           $45,781,500   $41,171,500

16        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 9)
17        Sec.  9.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
18    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
19    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
20    hereinafter named:
21                      DISTRICT 3, OTTAWA OFFICE
22                             OPERATIONS
23      For Personal Services .......... $ 23,061,800  $ 22,061,800
24      For Extra Help .................    2,146,300     1,796,300
25      For Employee Retirement Contributions
26       Paid by State .................    1,008,300       954,300
27      For State Contributions to State
28       Employees' Retirement System ..    2,520,800     2,385,800
29      For State Contributions
30       to Social Security ............    1,831,300     1,727,300
31      For Contractual Services .......    3,362,100     3,020,100
32      For Travel .....................                    100,800
33      For Commodities ................    3,074,100     2,049,100
 
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 1      For Equipment ..................                    911,500
 2      For Equipment:
 3       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,374,300
 4      For Telecommunications Services .                   205,600
 5      For Operation of
 6       Automotive Equipment ..........    2,477,500  <L   1,967,500>
 7        Total                           $42,074,400   $38,554,400

 8        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 10)
 9        Sec. 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
10    as  may  be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to
11    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
12    hereinafter named:
13                      DISTRICT 4, PEORIA OFFICE
14                             OPERATIONS
15      For Personal Services .......... $ 19,418,200  $ 18,718,200
16      For Extra Help .................    2,363,400     2,013,400
17      For Employee Retirement Contributions
18       Paid by State .................      871,300       829,300
19      For State Contributions to State
20       Employees' Retirement System ..    2,178,200     2,073,200
21      For State Contributions
22       to Social Security ............    1,573,700     1,492,700
23      For Contractual Services .......    4,083,100     3,833,100
24      For Travel .....................                    138,700
25      For Commodities ................    1,425,600     1,075,600
26      For Equipment ..................                  1,004,500
27      For Equipment:
28       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,153,300
29      For Telecommunications Services .                   219,200
30      For Operation of
31       Automotive Equipment ..........    1,714,400  <L   1,414,400>
32        Total                           $36,143,600   $33,965,600
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 11)
 2        Sec. 11.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 3    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
 4    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
 5    hereinafter named:
 6                      DISTRICT 5, PARIS OFFICE
 7                             OPERATIONS
 8      For Personal Services .......... $ 21,661,700  $ 20,861,700
 9      For Extra Help .................    1,809,700     1,459,700
10      For Employee Retirement Contributions
11       Paid by State .................      938,900       892,900
12      For State Contributions to State
13       Employees' Retirement System ..    2,347,100     2,232,100
14      For State Contributions
15       to Social Security ............    1,672,800     1,584,800
16      For Contractual Services .......    3,059,600     2,834,600
17      For Travel .....................                     89,500
18      For Commodities ................    1,687,300     1,237,300
19      For Equipment ..................                    688,500
20      For Equipment:
21       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                    957,100
22      For Telecommunications Services .                   147,500
23      For Operation of
24       Automotive Equipment ..........    2,138,200    <L 1,638,200>
25        Total                            37,197,900   $34,623,900

26        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 12)
27        Sec. 12.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
28    as  may  be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to
29    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
30    hereinafter named:
31                   DISTRICT 6, SPRINGFIELD OFFICE
32                             OPERATIONS
33      For Personal Services ..........   22,437,100  $ 21,637,100
 
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 1      For Extra Help .................    1,839,200     1,339,200
 2      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 3       Paid by State .................      971,100       919,100
 4      For State Contributions to State
 5       Employees' Retirement System ..    2,427,600     2,297,600
 6      For State Contributions
 7       to Social Security ............    1,777,300     1,677,300
 8      For Contractual Services .......    3,615,300     3,390,300
 9      For Travel .....................                    141,100
10      For Commodities ................    1,733,000     1,358,000
11      For Equipment ..................                    544,600
12      For Equipment:
13       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,250,200
14      For Telecommunications Services .                   209,300
15      For Operation of
16       Automotive Equipment ..........    2,315,700    <L 1,815,700>
17        Total                           $39,261,500   $36,579,500

18        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 13)
19        Sec. 13.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
20    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
21    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
22    hereinafter named:
23                    DISTRICT 7, EFFINGHAM OFFICE
24                             OPERATIONS
25      For Personal Services .......... $ 15,124,200  $ 14,524,200
26      For Extra Help .................    1,239,900       889,900
27      For Employee Retirement Contributions
28       Paid by State .................      654,600       616,600
29      For State Contributions to State
30       Employees' Retirement System ..    1,636,400     1,541,400
31      For State Contributions
32       to Social Security ............    1,175,100     1,102,100
33      For Contractual Services .......    2,285,800     1,985,800
 
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 1      For Travel .....................                    149,300
 2      For Commodities ................    1,297,800       697,800
 3      For Equipment ..................                    732,000
 4      For Equipment:
 5       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                    849,500
 6      For Telecommunications Services .                   106,700
 7      For Operation of
 8       Automotive Equipment ..........    1,176,200      <L 851,200>
 9        Total                            26,427,500   $24,046,500

10        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 14)
11        Sec. 14.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
12    as  may  be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to
13    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
14    hereinafter named:
15                   DISTRICT 8, COLLINSVILLE OFFICE
16                             OPERATIONS
17      For Personal Services .......... $ 28,698,300  $ 27,498,300
18      For Extra Help .................    2,006,800     1,756,800
19      For Employee Retirement Contributions
20       Paid by State .................    1,228,200     1,170,200
21      For State Contributions to State
22       Employees' Retirement System ..    3,070,500     2,925,500
23      For State Contributions
24       to Social Security ............    2,179,900     2,068,900
25      For Contractual Services .......    5,847,400     5,672,400
26      For Travel .....................                    208,800
27      For Commodities ................    1,542,200     1,317,200
28      For Equipment ..................                  1,093,400
29      For Equipment:
30       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,563,700
31      For Telecommunications Services .                   339,100
32      For Operation of
33       Automotive Equipment ..........    2,013,000    <L 1,813,000>
 
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 1        Total                           $49,791,300   $47,427,300

 2        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 16, Sec. 15)
 3        Sec. 15.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 4    as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road  Fund  to
 5    the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes
 6    hereinafter named:
 7                    DISTRICT 9, CARBONDALE OFFICE
 8                             OPERATIONS
 9      For Personal Services .......... $ 14,799,600  $ 14,399,600
10      For Extra Help .................    1,657,300     1,407,300
11      For Employee Retirement Contributions
12       Paid by State .................      658,300       632,300
13      For State Contributions to State
14       Employees' Retirement System ..    1,645,700     1,580,700
15      For State Contributions
16       to Social Security ............    1,102,700     1,052,700
17      For Contractual Services .......    2,410,300     2,250,300
18      For Travel .....................                     67,100
19      For Commodities ................      740,000       615,000
20      For Equipment ..................                    729,900
21      For Equipment:
22       Purchase of Cars and Trucks ...                  1,093,100
23      For Telecommunications Services .                   103,500
24      For Operation of
25       Automotive Equipment ..........    1,286,700    <L 1,086,700>
26        Total                           $26,294,200   $25,018,200

27        Section   16.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
28    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
29    is amended by changing Sections 6a2, 8a, 8b3, 9a,  9a3,  9a6,
30    25,  70  and  81, and adding new Section 25a to Article 17 as
31    follows:
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 6a2)
 2        Sec. 6a2.  The sum  of  $901,100  $635,400,  or  so  much
 3    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
 4    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
 5    and    reappropriation    concerning   airport   improvements
 6    heretofore made in Article 24a, Section 18a2 and Article 24b,
 7    Section  6a2  of  Public  Act   91-0020,   as   amended,   is
 8    reappropriated   from   the   General  Revenue  Fund  to  the
 9    Department of Transportation for the same purposes.

10        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 8a)
11        Sec. 8a.  The  sum  of  $383,400  $303,700,  or  so  much
12    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
13    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
14    and reappropriation heretofore made for public transportation
15    technical  studies  in  Article  24a, Section 19a and Article
16    24b, Section  8a  of  Public  Act  91-0020,  as  amended,  is
17    reappropriated   from   the   General  Revenue  Fund  to  the
18    Department of Transportation for the same purposes.

19        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 8b3)
20        Sec. 8b3.  The sum of $14,221,200 $8,819,200, or so  much
21    thereof  as  may  be  necessary and remains unexpended at the
22    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
23    and    reappropriation   concerning   Public   Transportation
24    heretofore made in Article 24a, Section 19b8 and Article 24b,
25    Section  8b6  of  Public  Act   91-0020,   as   amended,   is
26    reappropriated   from   the   General  Revenue  Fund  to  the
27    Department of Transportation for the same purposes.

28        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 9a)
29        Sec. 9a.  The sum of $5,748,600 $3,088,400,  or  so  much
30    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
31    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
 
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 1    and   reappropriation   concerning   Rail   Freight   Service
 2    Assistance  Program  heretofore  made in Article 24a, Section
 3    20a1 and Article 24b, Section 9a of Public  Act  91-0020,  as
 4    amended,  is  reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund to
 5    the Department of Transportation for the same purposes.

 6        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 9a3)
 7        Sec. 9a3.  The sum of $1,937,700 $1,534,700, or  so  much
 8    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
 9    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
10    and  reappropriation concerning the State's share of the Rail
11    Freight Loan Repayment Program  heretofore  made  in  Article
12    24a,  Section 20a4 and Article 24b, Section 9a3 of Public Act
13    91-0020, as  amended,  is  reappropriated  from  the  General
14    Revenue Fund to the Department of Transportation for the same
15    purposes.

16        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 9a6)
17        Sec.  9a6.  The  sum of $2,439,400 $1,525,800, or so much
18    thereof as may be necessary, and remains  unexpended  at  the
19    close  of  business  on June 30, 2000, from the appropriation
20    and reappropriation heretofore made in Article  24a,  Section
21    20a6  and  Article 24b, Section 9a6 of Public Act 91-0020, as
22    amended, is reappropriated from the General Revenue  Fund  to
23    the  Department  of Transportation for the state share of the
24    High Speed Rail Project.

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 25)
26        Sec. 25.  The  sum  of  $208,100  $358,100,  or  so  much
27    thereof  as  may  be necessary, and remains unexpended at the
28    close of business on June 30, 2000, from the  reappropriation
29    heretofore  made  in  Article  24b,  Section 29 of Public Act
30    91-0020, as  amended,  is  reappropriated  from  the  General
31    Revenue Fund to the Illinois Department of Transportation for
 
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 1    a  study  of  the  expansion  of  Route 23 to four lanes from
 2    Streator to Ottawa.

 3        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, new Sec. 25a)
 4        Sec. 25a.  The sum of $35,000, or so much thereof as  may
 5    be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
 6    to the Department of Transportation for a grant to the Grundy
 7    County Economic Development Council for a study  of  creating
 8    an interchange at Route 80 and Brisbin Road.

 9        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 70)
10        Sec.  70.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
11    be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business
12    on June 30, 2000, from the appropriation heretofore  made  in
13    Article 24a, Section 77 of Public Act 91-0020, as amended, is
14    reappropriated  from  the  Fund  for  Illinois' Future to the
15    Department of Transportation for a grant to the City of  Lake
16    Forest  for  the  installation of crossing gates at Westleigh
17    Road and the installation of crossing gates at Old  Elm  Road
18    grade crossing to construct a pedestrian crossing.

19        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 17, Sec. 81)
20        Sec.  81.  The  sum  of $5,226,000 $5,526,000, or so much
21    thereof as may be necessary, and remains  unexpended  at  the
22    close  of  business  on June 30, 2000, from the appropriation
23    heretofore made in Article 24a,  Section  96  of  Public  Act
24    91-0020,  as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to
25    the  Department  of  Transportation  for  the   contract   or
26    intergovernmental   agreement   costs   associated  with  the
27    projects described below and having the  estimated  costs  as
28    follows:
29      For the purchase of an accelerated
30       loading facility machine at the
31       University of Illinois..........................$1,500,000
 
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 1      For improvements to Waukegan Road
 2       in Morton Grove...................................$200,000
 3      For improvements to Hall Street
 4       and Holly Road in the City
 5       of Olney..........................................$600,000
 6      For intersection improvements at
 7       Route 131 and 176 in the Village
 8       of Lake Bluff.....................................$215,000
 9      For studying, designing and
10       installing right turn lanes
11       from Glenmore Woods to Route 137
12       in the Village of Green Oaks......................$100,000
13      For a right turn lane from Reigate
14       Woods to Route 137 in the
15       Village of Green Oaks.............................$100,000
16      For improvements to village streets
17       and an engineering study for a
18       possible grade separation on
19       Western Avenue in the City
20       of Blue Island....................................$100,000
21      For improvements to city streets
22       in the City of Chicago Ridge......................$200,000
23      For improvements to city streets
24        in the City of Oak Lawn..........................$250,000
25      For an engineering study of the
26       135th Street at Cicero in the
27       Village of Crestwood..............................$200,000
28      For intersection improvements at
29       Route 176 and Walkup Avenue
30       in the City of Crystal Lake.......................$200,000
31      For the construction of Creek Drive
32       Bridge over Nettle Creek in the
33       City of Morris....................................$350,000
34      For the improvements of Route 113
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -63-               LRB9204861REdv
 1       in the Village of Braidwood.......................$152,000
 2      For installation of traffic signals
 3       on 115th Street between Pulaski
 4       Road and Kolin Avenue in the
 5       City of Chicago...................................$125,000
 6      For resurfacing of 69th Street between
 7       State Street and South Chicago Avenue
 8      To be used for a street restoration
 9       project on West 74th Street from
10       Ashland to Vincennes in the
11       City of Chicago...................................$464,000
12      To resurface or repair King Drive
13       between 67th Street and 79th
14       Street in the City of Chicago.....................$200,000
15      For improvements in the Village
16       of Sun River Terrace..............................$100,000
17      For improvements to unmarked state
18       highway from east of city
19       limits to U.S. 51 in the
20       Village of DuBois.................................$120,000
21      For improvements on Route
22       3/Ellis Boulevard in the
23       Village of Ellis Grove............................$100,000
24      For improvements to New Boston
25       Road in Mercer County..............................250,000

26        Section   17.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
27    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
28    is amended by changing Sections 4 and  6  of  Article  12  as
29    follows:

30        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 12, Sec. 4)
31        Sec.  4.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
32    as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -64-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    Department  of Veterans' Affairs for the objects and purposes
 2    hereinafter named:
 3                  ILLINOIS VETERANS' HOME AT QUINCY
 4    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
 5      For Personal Services ........................ $ 10,212,100
 6      For Employee Retirement Contributions
 7       Paid by Employer ............................      408,400
 8      For State Contributions to the State
 9       Employees' Retirement System ................    1,041,600
10      For State Contributions to
11       Social Security .............................      781,100
12      For Contractual Services .....................        5,100
13      For Commodities ..............................          100
14      For Electronic Data Processing ...............          100
15      For Maintenance and Travel for
16       Aided Persons ...............................        1,300
17        Total                                         $12,449,800
18    Payable from Quincy Veterans' Home Fund:
19      For Personal Services ........................ $  9,578,100
20      For Member Compensation ......................       25,000
21      For Employee Retirement Contributions
22       Paid by Employer ............................      383,100
23      For State Contributions to the State
24       Employees' Retirement System ................      977,100
25      For State Contributions to
26       Social Security .............................      732,800
27      For Contractual Services ..........  1,956,000    1,750,000
28      For Contractual Services - Repair and
29       Maintenance .................................      200,000
30      For Travel ...................................        8,000
31      For Commodities ...................  3,600,000    3,250,000
32      For Printing .................................       23,700
33      For Equipment ................................      266,000
34      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      196,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -65-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      For Telecommunications Services ..............       71,000
 2      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       83,900
 3      For Refunds ..................................       42,200
 4        Total                            $18,142,900  $17,586,900

 5        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 12, Sec. 6)
 6        Sec. 6.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
 7    as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
 8    Department of Veterans' Affairs for the objects and  purposes
 9    hereinafter named:
10                 ILLINOIS VETERANS' HOME AT MANTENO
11    Payable from General Revenue Fund:
12      For Personal Services ........................ $  7,192,900
13      For Employee Retirement Contributions
14       Paid by Employer ............................      287,800
15      For State Contributions to the State
16       Employees' Retirement System ................      733,700
17      For State Contributions to
18       Social Security .............................      550,300
19      For Contractual Services .....................        5,000
20        Total                                          $8,769,700
21    Payable from Manteno Veterans' Home
22     Fund:
23      For Personal Services ........................ $  4,669,200
24      For Member Compensation ......................        2,500
25      For Employee Retirement Contributions
26       Paid by Employer ............................      186,700
27      For State Contributions to the State
28       Employees' Retirement System ................      476,300
29      For State Contributions to
30       Social Security .............................      357,100
31      For Contractual Services ..........  3,231,000    3,000,000
32      For Travel ...................................        6,000
33      For Commodities ..............................    1,100,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -66-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      For Printing .................................       22,800
 2      For Equipment ................................      429,800
 3      For Electronic Data Processing ...............      133,600
 4      For Telecommunications Services ..............       48,800
 5      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       43,200
 6      For Refunds ..................................       27,400
 7        Total                            $10,734,400  $10,503,400

 8        Section   18.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 9    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
10    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 19 as follows:

11        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 19, Sec. 1)
12        Sec. 1.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
13    as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects and
14    purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated  from  the  Bank
15    and  Trust  Company  Fund  to  the  Office  of Banks and Real
16    Estate:
17      For Personal Services ........................ $ 10,728,100
18      For Employee Retirement Contributions
19       Paid by Employer ............................      425,300
20      For State Contribution to State
21       Employees' Retirement System ................    1,084,100
22      For State Contributions to
23       Social Security .............................      808,700
24      For Group Insurance ..........................    1,398,600
25      For Contractual Services .....................    1,226,400
26      For Legal Services ...........................      100,000
27      For Travel ...................................    1,030,000
28      For Commodities ..............................       45,900
29      For Printing .................................       29,000
30      For Equipment ................................       76,800
31      For Electronic Data Processing ...............    1,240,900
32      For Telecommunications Services ..............      221,200
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -67-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        5,000
 2      For Corporate Fiduciary
 3       Receivership ..................      438,818       150,000
 4      For Refunds ..................................        1,000
 5        Total                                         $18,571,000

 6        Section   19.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 7    reappropriations," Public Act 91-708, approved May 17,  2000,
 8    is  amended  by  changing  Sections  3  and  7 and adding new
 9    Sections 7.3, 14.1, 38 and 39 to Article 1 as follows:

10        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, Sec. 3)
11        Sec. 3.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
12    as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the Capital
13    Development Fund to the Capital  Development  Board  for  the
14    Department   of  Corrections  for  the  projects  hereinafter
15    enumerated:
16                              STATEWIDE
17    For planning, design, construction, equipment
18      and all other necessary costs for a
19      maximum security facility .................... $129,000,000
20    For planning a medium security facility
21      and land acquisition .........................    6,000,000
22    For replacing locks and control panels
23      at the following locations at the
24      approximate costs set forth below ............    2,700,000
25       Illinois River
26        Correctional Center .................850,000
27       Western Illinois
28        Correctional Center .................850,000
29       Danville Correctional
30        Center ............................1,000,000
31    For replacing roofing systems at
32      the following locations at the
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -68-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      approximate cost set forth below .............    1,730,000
 2       Menard Correctional Center ...........170,000
 3       Vienna Correctional Center ...........155,000
 4       Illinois Youth Center -
 5        Harrisburg ...........................95,000
 6       Dixon Correctional Center ............500,000
 7       Pontiac Correctional Center ..........440,000
 8       Illinois Youth Center - Joliet .......370,000
 9    For replacing or upgrading security and
10      monitoring systems at the following
11      locations at the approximate cost set
12      forth below ..................................      755,000
13       Vienna Correctional
14        Center ..............................250,000
15       Pontiac Correctional
16        Center ..............................200,000
17       Joliet Correctional
18        Center ..............................305,000
19    For planning and replacing windows at the
20      following locations at the approximate cost
21      set forth below ..............................    3,285,000
22       Vienna Correctional
23        Center ............................1,780,000
24       Sheridan Correctional
25        Center ..............................425,000
26       Illinois Youth Center -
27        Valley View .........................500,000
28       Illinois Youth Center -
29        Joliet ..............................165,000
30       Dixon Correctional
31        Center ..............................235,000
32       Shawnee Correctional
33        Center ..............................180,000
34    For upgrading and renovating showers at
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -69-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      the following locations at the approximate
 2      cost set forth below .........................    1,975,000
 3       Shawnee Correctional
 4        Center ..............................800,000
 5       Danville Correctional
 6        Center ..............................800,000
 7       Graham Correctional
 8        Center ..............................200,000
 9       Centralia Correctional
10        Center ..............................175,000
11    For replacing security fencing at the
12      following locations at the approximate
13      cost set forth below .........................    1,500,000
14       Hill Correctional
15        Center ..............................400,000
16       Western IL Correctional
17        Center ..............................300,000
18       Joliet Correctional
19        Center ..............................200,000
20       Logan Correctional
21        Center ..............................200,000
22       Dixon Correctional
23        Center ..............................100,000
24       Shawnee Correctional
25        Center ..............................100,000
26       Graham Correctional
27        Center ..............................100,000
28       Danville Correctional
29        Center ..............................100,000
30    For upgrading roads and parking lots at
31      the following locations at the approximate
32      cost set forth below .........................    1,000,000
33       Dwight Correctional
34        Center ..............................500,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -70-               LRB9204861REdv
 1       Illinois Youth Center -
 2        Valley View .........................500,000
 3               DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER - LEE COUNTY
 4    For constructing a gun range and
 5      classroom building ........................... $    500,000
 6                     DWIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER
 7    For renovating C9 and Old Hospital .............    3,810,000
 8    For renovating Housing Unit C8, in
 9      addition to funds previously
10      appropriated .................................      270,000
11                   EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
12    For replacing the chiller/absorber .............      400,000
13                      HILL CORRECTIONAL CENTER
14    For upgrading electrical system ................      185,000
15                            HOPKINS PARK
16    For a grant to the Village of Hopkins
17      Park for For infrastructure improvements
18      in connection with the Hopkins Park
19      Correctional Center .........................     8,300,000
20             ILLINOIS RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER - CANTON
21    For replacing warehouse freezers ...............      150,000
22           ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - KEWANEE - HENRY COUNTY
23    For constructing a 60-bed inmate
24      housing addition .............................    4,000,000
25                  ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - RUSHVILLE
26    For planning, design, construction, equipment
27      and all other necessary costs to add
28      a cellhouse ..................................   14,000,000
29          ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES - KANE COUNTY
30    For constructing an R & C building
31      and other improvements .......................   34,000,000
32    For upgrading plumbing system and replacing
33      toilets and sinks ............................      675,000
34                 LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER - LINCOLN
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -71-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    For constructing a medical building
 2      and dietary building .........................   11,000,000
 3            MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER - RANDOLPH COUNTY
 4    For stabilizing dam, in addition to funds
 5      previously appropriated ......................      510,000
 6    For correcting slope failure & MSU
 7      improvements .................................      875,000
 8    For upgrading electrical distribution
 9      system .......................................    2,500,000
10    For replacing the HVAC system ..................      550,000
11           PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER - LIVINGSTON COUNTY
12    For expanding the main sally port ..............      400,000
13    For renovating the exterior of North/
14      South Cellhouses .............................      600,000
15                    SHERIDAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
16    For upgrading the storm sewers .................      115,000
17               STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER - JOLIET
18    For planning and beginning renovation of
19      H & I houses .................................      500,000
20    For replacing the water line ...................    3,320,000
21    For upgrading electrical system in
22      "B" House ....................................    1,500,000
23                    VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
24    For constructing a multi-purpose program
25      building .....................................    1,300,000
26    For converting Administration Building and
27      planning construction of an Administration/
28      Health Care Unit .............................      800,000
29    For upgrading the primary water
30      distribution system ..........................    1,300,000
31         WESTERN ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL CENTER - MT. STERLING
32    For replacing warehouse freezers ...............      150,000
33        Total, Section 3                             $231,355,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -72-               LRB9204861REdv
 1        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, Sec. 7)
 2        Sec. 7.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
 3    as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the Capital
 4    Development Fund to the Capital  Development  Board  for  the
 5    Department  of Natural Resources for the projects hereinafter
 6    enumerated:
 7                          STATEWIDE PROGRAM
 8    For fabrication of visitors centers
 9      exhibit ...................................... $    700,000
10    For replacing and constructing vault
11      toilets at the following locations,
12      at the approximate cost set forth
13      below ........................................    1,805,000
14       Wayne Fitzgerrell State Park .........414,000
15       Goose Lake Prairie State Park .........71,000
16       Wolf Creek State Park ................805,000
17       Hennepin Canal Parkway
18       State Trail ..........................435,000
19       Kaskaskia River Fish &
20       Wildlife Area .........................80,000
21       For providing dump stations..................      200,000
22    For rehabilitating bridges at the
23      following locations, at the approximate
24      cost set forth below .........................    1,076,000
25       Rock Island Trail ....................681,000
26       Frank Holten State Park ..............300,000
27       Horseshoe Lake State Park .............70,000
28       Castle Rock State Park ................25,000
29    For rehabilitating dams at the
30      following locations, at the
31      approximate cost set forth below .............    1,435,000
32       Ramsey Lake State Park ...............535,000
33       Rock Cut State Park ..................450,000
34       Snakeden Hollow State Park ...........450,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -73-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    For replacing roofs at the following
 2      locations, at the approximate
 3      cost set forth below .........................    1,384,000
 4       Southern IL Arts &
 5        Crafts Center .......................290,000
 6       Frank Holten State Park ...............28,000
 7       DNR Geological Survey-
 8        Champaign ...........................124,000
 9       Sangchris Lake State
10        Park .................................50,000
11       Illini State Park ....................125,000
12       Shelbyville Fish &
13        Wildlife Area .......................100,000
14       Trail of Tears State
15        Forest ..............................219,000
16       Sanganois Conservation Area ...........48,000
17       Rice Lake State Park .................125,000
18       Hidden Spring State Park ..............67,000
19       Siloam Springs State Park .............48,000
20       Mississippi Palisades
21        State Park ..........................160,000
22                CASTLE ROCK STATE PARK - OGLE COUNTY
23    For replacing maintenance building .............      434,000
24               FORT MASSAC STATE PARK - MASSAC COUNTY
25    For reconstructing the fort ....................    4,300,000
26                     GEOLOGICAL SURVEY-CHAMPAIGN
27    For constructing two pole
28      storage buildings ............................      322,000
29                  HENNEPIN CANAL PARKWAY STATE PARK
30    For rehabilitating aqueducts
31      #3, #4 and #8 ................................      750,000
32               ILLINOIS BEACH STATE PARK - LAKE COUNTY
33    For replacing sanitary sewer line ..............      545,300
34                KASKASKIA RIVER FISH & WILDLIFE AREA
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -74-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    For providing electrical service ...............      106,000
 2               KICKAPOO STATE PARK - VERMILION COUNTY
 3    For rehabilitating the water
 4      system and day-use areas .....................    1,041,000
 5                            LAKE CALUMET
 6    For acquiring land, planning and beginning
 7      construction of a Visitors Center ............    3,000,000
 8            LAKE MURPHYSBORO STATE PARK - JACKSON COUNTY
 9    For replacing the district office
10      building .....................................      499,000
11               LINCOLN TRAIL STATE PARK - CLARK COUNTY
12    For renovating the concession
13      building .....................................      815,000
14               LINCOLN TRAIL STATE PARK - CLARK COUNTY
15    For upgrading campground electrical
16      and drainage .................................      460,000
17           LITTLE GRASSY FISH HATCHERY - WILLIAMSON COUNTY
18    For improving drainage discharge ...............      250,000
19                   MASON STATE FOREST TREE NURSERY
20    For expanding the cold storage facility ........      638,000
21                   MASON STATE FOREST TREE NURSERY
22    For expanding the seed cleaning facility .......      662,000
23                    MORRISON-ROCKWOOD STATE PARK
24    For improving the water system
25      and rehabilitating the campground water ......      418,000
26                   NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY - HAVANA
27    For renovating Forbes Biological Station .......      683,000
28                PRAIRIE RIDGE SANCTUARY NATURAL AREA
29    For replacing the Service & Hazardous
30      Materials buildings and installing a fuel
31      tank .........................................      366,000
32             RESEARCH & COLLECTIONS CENTER - SPRINGFIELD
33    For renovating the interior ....................      991,000
34               ROCK CUT STATE PARK - WINNEBAGO COUNTY
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -75-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    For upgrading the sewage system ................    2,409,000
 2                  NEW OFFICE BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD
 3    For completing construction of an
 4      office building, in addition to funds
 5      previously appropriated ......................    2,000,000
 6                 WASTE MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH CENTER
 7    For constructing a garage and
 8      storage area .................................      394,000
 9                      WATER SURVEY - CHAMPAIGN
10    For constructing a vehicle maintenance
11      and shop building ............................    3,568,000
12                        WILDLIFE PRAIRIE PARK
13    For planning and beginning the upgrade
14      of the park ..................................    1,000,000
15        Total, Section 7                              $32,251,300

16        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, new Sec. 7.3)
17        Sec. 7.3.  The sum of $3,000,000, or so much  thereof  as
18    may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
19    Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for a grant
20    to the City of  Chicago  for  acquiring  land,  planning  and
21    beginning construction of a visitor center at Lake Calumet.

22        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, new Sec. 14.1)
23        Sec.  14.1.  The sum of $8,300,000, or so much thereof as
24    may  be  necessary,  is   appropriated   from   the   Capital
25    Development  Fund  to  the  Capital Development Board for the
26    Office of the Secretary  of  State  to  construct  a  parking
27    garage.

28        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, new Sec. 38)
29        Sec.  38.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
30    be necessary, is appropriated from  the  Capital  Development
31    Fund  to  the  Capital  Development Board for the repaving of
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -76-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    23rd Street from Nameoki Road to Route 162 in Granite City.

 2        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 1, new Sec. 39)
 3        Sec. 39.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as  may
 4    be  necessary,  is  appropriated from the Capital Development
 5    Fund to the Capital Development Board for the resurfacing  of
 6    Arlington Drive in Nameoki Township.

 7        Section   20.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 8    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-708, approved May 17, 2000,
 9    is amended by changing Sections 2,  6,  9,  11  and  96,  and
10    adding new Section 97 to Article 2 as follows:

11        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, Sec. 2)
12        Sec.  2.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
13    as may be necessary and remain unexpended  at  the  close  of
14    business   on   June   30,   2000,  from  appropriations  and
15    reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article
16    27, Section 11 and Article 28, Sections 2 and  13  of  Public
17    Act  91-20,  are  reappropriated from the Capital Development
18    Fund to the Capital  Development  Board  for  the  Courts  of
19    Illinois for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
20                 MT. VERNON APPELLATE COURT BUILDING
21    (From Article 28, Section 13 of Public Act 91-20)
22    For expanding the courthouse ...................    1,531,730
23    For expanding the courthouse, in
24      addition to funds previously
25      appropriated ..........................792,000
26          SECOND DISTRICT APPELLATE COURT BUILDING - ELGIN
27    (From Article 28, Section 2 of Public Act 91-20)
28    For replacing the roof ......................... $     17,994
29                SPRINGFIELD - SUPREME COURT BUILDING
30    (From Article 27, Section 11 of Public Act 91-20)
31    For installing humidifier and water
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -77-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      filtration systems ...........................    1,600,000
 2    For upgrading the library, in
 3      addition to funds previously appropriated ....      450,000
 4    (From Article 28, Section 13 of Public Act 91-20)
 5    For replacing plumbing system ..................      917,599
 6    (From Article 28, Section 2 of Public Act 91-20)
 7    For planning and beginning the
 8      library upgrade ..............................       62,411
 9               THIRD DISTRICT APPELLATE COURT - OTTAWA
10    (From Article 27, Section 11 of Public Act 91-20)
11    For replacing the Annex roof ...................       50,000
12        Total, Section 2                               $4,629,734

13        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, Sec. 6)
14        Sec.  6.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
15    as may be necessary and remain unexpended  at  the  close  of
16    business   on   June   30,   2000,  from  appropriations  and
17    reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article
18    27, Section 3, and Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20,
19    are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund  to  the
20    Capital  Development  Board for the Department of Corrections
21    for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
22    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
23                    DANVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
24    For renovation of interior and
25      exterior walls, in addition to
26      funds previously appropriated
27      less the amount of $797,148 .................. $    951,766
28    For correction of construction defects .........      249,801
29                 DECATUR WOMEN'S CORRECTIONAL CENTER
30    For the planning and conversion of
31      Meyer Mental Health Center into a
32      correctional facility ........................    2,666,025
33                      DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -78-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    For renovation of the groundwater storage
 2      tank and abatement of crawlspace
 3      pipes in Buildings 26, 27 and 29 .............       57,817
 4    For upgrading the steam distribution system
 5      and replacement of the boiler system
 6      including asbestos abatement .................       87,937
 7                     DWIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER
 8    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
 9    For upgrading the water treatment plant ........    1,000,000
10    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
11    For upgrading water and sewer systems ..........       87,370
12    For renovating buildings, in addition
13      to funds previously appropriated .............      416,122
14    For constructing a gatehouse and
15      sally port and upgrading the
16      security system ..............................    1,972,120
17    For completion of medical unit,
18      in addition to funds previously
19      appropriated .................................       95,528
20    For planning the expansion of the
21      Education Building and constructing
22      a dietary and a warehouse ....................    1,503,268
23    For renovation of buildings ....................       68,161
24                   EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
25    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
26    For upgrading fire alarm and building
27      automation systems ...........................      900,000
28    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
29    For upgrading the electrical
30      system .......................................    1,250,312
31    For upgrading locking system, in addition
32      to funds previously appropriated .............       13,911
33                        HANNA CITY WORK CAMP
34    For upgrading electrical system ................      582,628
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -79-               LRB9204861REdv
 1                HILL CORRECTIONAL CENTER - GALESBURG
 2    For upgrading and expanding freezer
 3      capacity, in addition to funds
 4      previously appropriated ......................      207,942
 5    For replacing domestic water lines .............      365,398
 6                 ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES
 7    For planning and beginning the upgrade
 8      of existing facility .........................      512,982
 9                 ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - HARRISBURG
10    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
11    For upgrading mechanical control system ........      515,000
12    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
13    For upgrading the domestic water system ........      137,253
14    For upgrading the HVAC system ..................       68,674
15                   ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - JOLIET
16    For planning, site improvements,
17      utility upgrade, equipment and all
18      costs necessary to construct a
19      housing unit and dietary facility ............       80,303
20    For completing the upgrade of electrical
21      systems, in addition to funds
22      previously appropriated less the
23      amount of $153,051 ...........................      206,511
24    For upgrading the fire alarm system ............      191,768
25    For completing the upgrade of the utilities, in
26      addition to funds previously appropriated ....       40,647
27                 ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - VALLEY VIEW
28    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
29    For replacing boilers, controls, hot
30      water heaters and softeners in
31      residential units and administration
32      building .....................................    1,300,000
33    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
34    For upgrading dormitory restrooms
 
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 1      and fixtures, in addition to
 2      funds previously appropriated ................       20,715
 3    For planning and beginning the
 4      upgrade of dormitory restrooms
 5      and fixtures .................................       52,014
 6    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
 7                 ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - WARRENVILLE
 8    For rehabilitation of the administration
 9      building .....................................      791,000
10    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
11                     JOLIET CORRECTIONAL CENTER
12    For correcting erosion and
13      stabilizing the masonry wall .................    1,738,700
14    For upgrading the power house and
15      installation of a generator ..................      108,292
16    For completing the west cellhouse renovation,
17      including asbestos abatement, in addition
18      to funds previously appropriated .............       67,226
19    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
20         LAWRENCE COUNTY CORRECTIONAL CENTER - LAWRENCEVILLE
21    For constructing two cellhouses, in
22      addition to funds previously appropriated ....   14,300,000
23    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
24                     LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
25    For upgrading the locking systems and doors ....       42,374
26    For renovation of the Dietary, construction
27      of a cooler addition and installation
28      of blast chillers ............................      424,037
29                      LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
30    For planning and beginning replacement
31      of the Dietary and Medical Buildings .........      380,350
32    For renovation of sewer system .................      135,872
33    For renovation of the water tower ..............       94,886
34    For rehabilitation of the roof ventilation
 
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 1      systems ......................................       77,948
 2                MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER - CHESTER
 3    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
 4    For improving ventilation and dehumidification
 5      systems in the kitchen and dining rooms ......      500,000
 6    For replacing shower room and guard tower ......      500,000
 7    For upgrading mechanical bar screen and storm
 8      and sanitary sewer system ....................    1,300,000
 9    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
10    For completing the upgrade of roads and
11      sidewalks, in addition to funds
12      previously appropriated ......................      104,292
13    For completing upgrade of North Cellhouse
14      plumbing system, in addition to funds
15      previously appropriated ......................      386,343
16    For planning and beginning upgrade
17      of the storm tunnel ..........................      100,000
18    For replacing toilets and waste lines
19      at E/W Cellhouse and upgrade
20      North Cellhouse plumbing......................    2,539,696
21    For renovation or replacement of the
22      Old Hospital Building, in addition to
23      funds previously appropriated ................    4,700,000
24    For replacing and installing
25      water storage tank ...........................      581,148
26    For replacing Boiler #2, in addition
27      to funds previously appropriated .............      624,899
28    For converting a room into a shower room .......       50,321
29    For upgrading roads and sidewalks ..............       24,763
30    For upgrading the coal handling system
31      and repair or replace boiler system ..........       40,851
32    For conversion of the Maintenance Building
33      to an inmate dormitory .......................       35,345
34    For upgrading the steam and water distribution
 
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 1      systems, in addition to funds previously
 2      appropriated .................................      129,742
 3    For replacement of the chimney stack and
 4      boilers, in addition to funds previously
 5      appropriated .................................       87,501
 6    For replacement of hot water heaters and
 7      deairing tanks ...............................      110,000
 8    For planning and beginning the
 9      renovation of the old
10      hospital building ............................       73,792
11    For renovation of elements of the power
12      plants, including the main generator .........       22,982
13    For planning and beginning the
14      renovation of the Administration Building ....       15,604
15    For planning and construction of the
16      Administration Building ......................    1,200,000
17                     PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER
18    For completing replacement of hot water
19      lines, in addition to funds previously
20      appropriated .................................    1,100,000
21    For renovation of main sally port ..............      279,377
22    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
23                    SHERIDAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
24    For replacing doors and locks ..................      150,000
25               STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER - JOLIET
26    For constructing a housing unit, cellhouse,
27      vehicle maintenance building and
28      warehouse for the reception and
29      classification center, in addition to
30      funds previously appropriated ................   28,500,000
31    For replacing windows in B House ...............    3,000,000
32    For replacing cell fronts in F House ...........    1,000,000
33    For upgrading plumbing system in F House,
34      in addition to funds previously
 
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 1      appropriated .................................    3,500,000
 2    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 3    For replacing power plant and
 4      utility distribution system ..................   10,000,000
 5    For planning, design, construction,
 6      equipment and all other necessary costs
 7      for an Adult Reception and Classification
 8      Center .......................................   44,000,000
 9    For upgrading storm drainage and
10      wastewater systems ...........................    1,187,719
11    For upgrading electrical system and elevator
12      and installing HVAC system ...................    1,200,000
13    For replacement of the MSU .....................    5,856,379
14    For upgrading the doors, locks and hardware
15      in B Cellhouse ...............................       27,509
16    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
17                   TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
18    For upgrading shower ventilation system ........      250,000
19                     THOMSON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
20    For constructing three cellhouses and
21      expanding educational and vocational
22      space, in addition to funds previously
23      appropriated, less the amount of
24      $8,300,000 ...................................   38,140,175
25                    VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
26    For planning and beginning construction
27      for a slaughter house and meat plant .........      500,000
28    For repairing exterior masonry, in addition
29      to funds previously appropriated .............      750,000
30    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
31    For renovation of dormitory shower rooms .......      209,803
32                     VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
33    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
34    For replacing windows, in addition to
 
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 1      funds previously appropriated ................      800,000
 2    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 3    For completing upgrade of the steam
 4      distribution system, in addition to
 5      funds previously appropriated ................      844,021
 6    For upgrading electrical system and
 7      installing emergency generator ...............    1,138,148
 8    For renovating the kitchen .....................    1,881,524
 9    For upgrading the steam distribution system
10      and renovation of Powerhouse, in addition
11      to funds previously appropriated .............      459,890
12    For installation of security fencing ...........       31,675
13    For upgrading air conditioning system
14      and replacement of cooling tower .............      564,684
15    For upgrading the electrical, plumbing and
16      HVAC systems in four buildings ...............      139,651
17    For completing the rehabilitation of duct
18      systems and walls, in addition to funds
19      previously appropriated ......................      208,115
20                              STATEWIDE
21    (From Article 27, Section 3 of Public Act 91-20)
22    For planning, design, construction, equipment
23      and all other necessary costs for a
24      female multi-security level
25      correctional center ..........................   80,000,000
26    For replacing roofing systems at the
27      following locations at the approximate
28      cost set forth below .........................    1,100,000
29        Vienna Correctional Center ..........500,000
30        Sheridan Correctional Center ........600,000
31    For replacing or installing mechanical bar
32      screens at the following locations at the
33      approximate cost set forth below .............      690,000
34        Graham Correctional Center -
 
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 1         Hillsboro ..........................340,000
 2        Western Illinois Correctional
 3         Center - Mt. Sterling ..............350,000
 4    For upgrading security control systems and
 5      panels in housing units at the following
 6      locations at the approximate cost set
 7      forth below ..................................    4,850,000
 8        Danville Correctional Center ........500,000
 9        Hill Correctional Center -
10         Galesburg ........................1,500,000
11        Western Illinois Correctional
12         Center - Mt. Sterling ..............675,000
13        Illinois River Correctional
14         Center - Canton ....................675,000
15        Shawnee Correctional Center -
16         Vienna ...........................1,500,000
17    (From Article 28, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
18    For planning, design, construction,
19      equipment and all other necessary costs
20      for a juvenile facility ......................   19,657,100
21    For replacing locks and doors at the
22      following locations at the approximate
23      cost set forth below .........................      952,203
24        Dwight Correctional Center ......... 112,000
25        Illinois River Correctional
26         Center - Canton .................... 29,000
27        IYC - Joliet ....................... 680,803
28        IYC - Pere Marquette - Grafton ..... 130,400
29    For replacing roofing systems at the following
30      locations at the approximate cost set forth
31      below ........................................    1,273,264
32        Dixon Correctional Center,
33         four buildings .................... 649,764
34        IYC - St. Charles, two buildings ... 200,000
 
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 1        Joliet Correctional Center,
 2         six buildings ..................... 285,000
 3        Logan Correctional Center - Lincoln
 4         three buildings ..................... 9,000
 5        Menard Correctional Center - Chester
 6         six buildings ...................... 69,000
 7        Pontiac Correctional Center,
 8         one building ....................... 60,500
 9    For inspecting and upgrading water towers
10      at the following locations at the approximate
11      costs set forth below ........................    3,182,971
12        Dixon Correctional Center,
13         Upgrade Water Tower ............. 1,000,000
14        Graham Correctional Center - Hillsboro
15         Upgrade Water Tower  .............. 215,000
16        Joliet Correctional Center,
17         Upgrade Water Tower ............... 150,000
18        Logan Correctional Center - Lincoln
19         Complete Water Tower Upgrade  ..... 600,000
20        Menard Correctional Center - Chester
21         Upgrade Water Tower  .............. 325,000
22        Stateville Correctional Center - Joliet
23         Upgrade Water Tower  ............ 1,000,000
24        Statewide, Inspect and Upgrade
25         Water Towers ...................... 300,000
26    For upgrading fire and safety systems at
27      the following locations at the approximate
28      costs set forth below, in addition to
29      funds previously appropriated ................    3,370,000
30        Menard Correctional Center -
31         Chester ......................... 2,200,000
32        Sheridan Correctional Center ....... 320,000
33        Vienna Correctional Center ......... 850,000
34    For replacing roofing systems at the
 
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 1      following locations at the approximate
 2      costs set forth below: .......................      353,102
 3       Big Muddy Correctional Center, Ina
 4        Two buildings ........................ 1,000
 5       East Moline Correctional Center,
 6        Three buildings .................... 246,102
 7       Graham Correctional Center, Hillsboro
 8        Seven buildings ..................... 87,000
 9       Sheridan Correctional Center, LaSalle
10        Three buildings ..................... 18,000
11       Stateville Correctional Center, Joliet
12        One building ......................... 1,000
13    For replacing doors and locks at the
14      following locations at the approximate
15      costs set forth below: .......................      992,476
16       IYC - St. Charles ................... 363,000
17       Lincoln Correctional Center ......... 350,000
18       Jacksonville Correctional Center .... 128,000
19       Sheridan Correctional Center ........ 151,476
20    For upgrading fire safety systems at the
21      following locations at the approximate
22      costs set forth below, in addition to
23      funds previously appropriated: ...............    5,433,479
24       Menard Correctional Center .......... 933,479
25       Pontiac Correctional Center ....... 3,000,000
26       Stateville Correctional Center .... 1,500,000
27    For upgrading water and wastewater
28      systems at the following locations
29      at the approximate costs set forth below: ....    2,418,683
30       Big Muddy Correctional Center
31        for installing mechanical
32        bar screen ......................... 172,000
33       Centralia Correctional Center
34        for upgrading water
 
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 1        treatment plant .................. 1,465,183
 2       East Moline Correctional Center
 3        for upgrading sewer system ........... 5,000
 4       Ed Jenison Work Camp (Paris)
 5        for installing mechanical
 6        bar screen ......................... 105,000
 7       IYC - Harrisburg for upgrading
 8        water distribution system .......... 204,000
 9       Kankakee MSU for constructing
10        well #2 ............................ 300,500
11       IYC - St. Charles for upgrading
12        sewage/storm system ................ 143,000
13       IYC - Valley View for installing
14        mechanical bar screen ............... 24,000
15    For correction of deficiencies in
16      water systems at three correctional
17      facilities ...................................      100,000
18    For replacement of locks, windows and
19      doors at the following locations
20      as set forth below: ..........................    1,152,730
21       Dwight ................................ 6,500
22       IYC Harrisburg ...................... 105,000
23       IYC Joliet .......................... 435,000
24       Menard .............................. 350,230
25       Pontiac .............................. 78,000
26       IYC Valley View ..................... 101,000
27       Vienna ............................... 77,000
28    For planning, design, construction,
29      equipment and other necessary costs
30      for a Maximum Security Correctional
31      Center, in addition to funds previously
32      appropriated .................................   78,807,420
33    For planning, design, construction,
34      equipment and other necessary costs
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -89-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      for a Correctional Facility for
 2      juveniles ....................................   28,086,248
 3    For planning, design, construction,
 4      equipment and other necessary costs
 5      for a Medium Security Correctional
 6      Facility .....................................   39,909,597
 7    For planning, construction, utilities, site
 8      improvements, equipment and other expenses
 9      necessary for the construction of a close
10      supervision super maximum security prison ....      173,561
11    For upgrading for fire safety at five
12      locations and replacing boilers...............       27,567
13    For correcting defects in the food preparation
14      areas, including roofs .......................      125,979
15    For renovation and improvements at various
16      correctional facilities at the approximate
17      costs set forth below: .......................      117,693
18       Roof Replacement ......................70,000
19       Road Repavement .......................47,693
20    For replacement of cell doors and locks
21      and rehabilitation of locking systems at
22      the following locations at the approximate
23      costs set forth below: .......................      118,902
24       Kankakee MSU
25        For rehabilitation of locking
26        systems .............................118,902
27    For renovation of roads and parking lots
28      and replacement of boilers at the
29      following locations at the approximate
30      costs set forth below ........................       42,785
31       Dixon Correctional Center
32        For roads and parking .................6,000
33       Logan Correctional Center
34        For roads and parking .................5,656
 
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 1       Menard Correctional Center
 2        For roads and parking and
 3         replacement of boilers...............22,929
 4       Vienna Correctional Center
 5        For roads .............................8,200
 6    For replacement of roofs at various Department of
 7      Corrections locations ........................      118,405
 8    For roof replacement at the following
 9      locations at the approximate costs
10      set forth below: .............................      179,543
11       Graham Correctional Center
12        Five buildings ........................6,543
13       Graham Correctional Center
14        Thirty-two buildings ..................6,000
15       Menard Correctional Center
16        Warehouse Building ...................26,000
17       Menard Correctional Center
18        Five buildings .......................55,000
19       Pontiac Correctional Center
20        Eight buildings .......................6,500
21       Illinois Youth Center-St. Charles
22        Three buildings ......................15,500
23       Sheridan Correctional Center
24        Six buildings ........................16,000
25       Stateville Correctional Center
26        Seven buildings ......................24,000
27       Ill Youth Center-Valley View
28        Administration Building and
29         Kitchen Addition ....................24,000 ____________
30        Total, Section 6                             $464,595,875

31        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, Sec. 9)
32        Sec. 9.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
33    as  may  be  necessary  and remain unexpended at the close of
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -91-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    business  on  June  30,   2000,   from   appropriations   and
 2    reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in Article
 3    27, Section 5, and Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20,
 4    are  reappropriated  from the Capital Development Fund to the
 5    Capital  Development  Board  for  the  Department  of   Human
 6    Services for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
 7             ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - MADISON COUNTY
 8    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
 9    For constructing two building additions
10      at the Forensic Complex ...................... $ 11,745,592
11    For rehabilitation of the central dietary ......    1,803,719
12                    CHESTER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
13    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
14    For upgrading access control/duress system ..... $  1,500,000
15    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
16    For renovating kitchen area ....................      924,766
17    For replacing fencing and upgrading
18      recreational yard ............................      383,073
19    For renovating support and residential
20      area .........................................    3,740,527
21    For construction of a storage building  ........       25,003
22          SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE
23    For planning and renovation of residential
24      and program units for children and
25      adolescent services ..........................      794,770
26             CHICAGO READ MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - CHICAGO
27    For upgrading fire/life safety systems, in
28      addition to funds previously appropriated ....      235,000
29    For renovating residential units, in
30      addition to funds previously
31      appropriated .................................    2,171,000
32    For renovation of utility rooms and installation
33      of drinking fountains ........................       56,815
34    For renovation of the West Campus Nurses'
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -92-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      Stations .....................................      308,034
 2    For renovation of Henry Horner Children's
 3      Center and West Campus for fire and
 4      life safety codes ............................      364,926
 5    For renovation of the West Campus shower
 6      and toilet rooms .............................      253,620
 7    For rehabilitation of the bathroom shower
 8      walls in ten buildings .......................       16,780
 9        CHOATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - ANNA
10    For rehabilitating or replacing the
11      Cypress Building .............................    1,512,106
12    For completing HVAC system upgrade,
13      in addition to funds previously
14      appropriated .................................    1,242,427
15    For upgrading the mechanical equipment,
16      in addition to funds previously
17      appropriated .................................       42,362
18    For renovating a residential building,
19      in addition to funds previously
20      appropriated .................................       28,215
21    For upgrading the mechanical equipment,
22      in addition to funds previously
23      appropriated .................................       20,743
24              ELGIN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - KANE COUNTY
25    For replacing power plant and engineering
26      building .....................................    8,029,000
27    For renovating the central dietary
28      and kitchen ..................................    3,943,200
29    For construction of an Adult Psychiatric
30      Building, in addition to funds previously
31      appropriated .................................    3,681,000
32    For construction of roads, parking lots
33      and street lights ............................    2,341,783
34    For upgrading and expanding the mechanical
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -93-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      infrastructure, in addition to funds
 2      previously appropriated ......................    3,298,701
 3    For construction of a forensic services complex
 4      at Elgin Mental Health Center, in addition
 5      to funds previously appropriated .............    3,489,690
 6    For construction of a forensic services
 7      complex, in addition to funds previously
 8      appropriated .................................      150,050
 9    For renovation of the HVAC systems,
10      replacement of windows and installation
11      of security screens, in addition
12      to funds previously appropriated .............    2,062,047
13    For construction of a Forensic Services
14      Facility, in addition to funds
15      previously appropriated  .....................      275,052
16    For upgrading and expanding mechanical
17      infrastructure, in addition to funds
18      previously appropriated ......................       11,522
19    For upgrading for fire and life safety .........      167,937
20    For planning the renovation of the Forensic
21      Building and abating asbestos ................      237,723
22    For renovation of the Central Stores
23      Building .....................................       85,679
24    For the demolition of the Old Main Building
25      and construction of an Adult
26      Psychiatric Center ...........................      316,085
27                  FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DWIGHT
28    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
29    For upgrading electrical system and installing
30      an emergency generator .......................      842,000
31    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
32    For renovating dietary, in addition
33      to funds previously appropriated .............       67,876
34    For replacement of absorbers and
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -94-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      upgrading HVAC system ........................      709,522
 2    For renovation of Building #8 and
 3      window replacement of Building
 4      #1, in addition to funds
 5      previously appropriated ......................      108,533
 6               HOWE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - TINLEY PARK
 7    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 8    For renovating residences, in addition to
 9      funds previously appropriated ................    2,792,000
10    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
11    For replacing roofs ............................       21,272
12    For planning and beginning access
13      to water supply from village .................       53,402
14    For planning and rehabilitation of
15      utility tunnels ..............................       68,825
16    For renovation of residential buildings ........    2,468,404
17    For replacement of steam and
18      condensate lines .............................       51,233
19    For renovation of the boilers in the power
20      plant ........................................       29,856
21             ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - JACKSONVILLE
22    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
23    For renovating the fire alarm systems, in
24      addition to funds previously appropriated ....      500,000
25      ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED - JACKSONVILLE
26    For installation of individual
27      package boilers, in addition
28      to funds previously appropriated .............      400,000
29          JACKSONVILLE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - MORGAN COUNTY
30    For rehabilitating cooling towers at
31      the power plant ..............................      270,000
32    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
33    For extending chilled water line ...............      173,967
34    For rehabilitation of bathrooms and
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -95-               LRB9204861REdv
 1      replacing doors ..............................      285,661
 2    For rehabilitation of the electrical
 3      distributions system, in addition to
 4      Funds previously appropriated ................       68,281
 5    For installation of fire safety systems in
 6      four buildings and replacement of a
 7      code compliance generator ....................       43,611
 8                KILEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - WAUKEGAN
 9    For renovating homes ...........................      129,786
10    For renovation of homes ........................       18,771
11             LINCOLN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - LOGAN COUNTY
12    For upgrading power plant and installing
13      EMS, in addition to funds previously
14      appropriated .................................    1,714,388
15    For renovating or replacing
16      Elmhurst Cottage .............................    1,782,449
17    For renovating or replacing Elmhurst
18      Cottage, in addition to funds
19      previously appropriated .............1,351,795
20    For installation of a rethermalization food
21      service system, in addition to funds
22      previously appropriated ......................      690,254
23    For upgrading the architectural and mechanical
24      systems, in addition to funds
25      previously appropriated ......................      191,884
26    For installation of rethermalization food
27      service system ...............................       36,162
28    For upgrading the HVAC systems, including
29      chillers .....................................       25,157
30             LUDEMAN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - PARK FOREST
31    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
32    For renovating residential and neighborhood
33      homes, in addition to funds previously
34      appropriated .................................    1,850,000
 
HB0371 Engrossed            -96-               LRB9204861REdv
 1    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
 2    For replacing plumbing, HVAC and
 3      boiler systems ...............................      788,685
 4    For renovation of residential buildings,
 5      in addition to funds previously
 6      appropriated .................................    1,879,827
 7    For rehabilitation of the roads and parking
 8      areas and constructing walks .................      123,928
 9    For renovation of residences ...................       36,652
10                 MADDEN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - HINES
11    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
12    For renovating pavilions for safety/
13      security, in addition to
14      funds previously appropriated ................    1,200,000
15    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
16    For renovating dietary .........................      910,000
17    For renovation of pavilions, in addition
18      to funds previously appropriated .............      818,745
19    For upgrading residences for safety and
20      security .....................................       39,970
21    For replacement of a cooling tower and
22      chiller and installation of an emergency
23      generator ....................................      166,143
24            MCFARLAND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - SPRINGFIELD
25    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
26    For renovating Kennedy Hall ....................    2,500,000
27    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
28    For renovating Stevenson Hall ..................      977,270
29    For replacement of the HVAC management
30      control panel, in addition to funds
31      previously appropriated ......................       57,476
32    For rehabilitation of the dietary facility .....       50,103
33               MURRAY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - CENTRALIA
34    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 
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 1    For replacing energy management system .........      815,000
 2    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
 3    For renovating Elm Cottage .....................    1,915,878
 4               SHAPIRO DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - KANKAKEE
 5    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 6    For upgrading HVAC systems in four
 7      residential buildings ........................    1,210,000
 8    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
 9    For planning and beginning the upgrade
10      of steam and condensate lines ................      310,083
11    For rehabilitating HVAC system .................    1,166,000
12    For replacing cooling towers and
13      rehabilitating absorbers .....................    1,040,000
14    For completion of the HVAC system, in
15      addition to funds previously
16      appropriated .................................       87,283
17    For replacement of boiler, in
18      addition to funds previously
19      appropriated .................................      765,000
20    For replacement of water mains
21      and valves ...................................      466,192
22    For planning and beginning sewer and
23      manhole renovation ...........................       12,911
24    For rehabilitation of the boilers ..............      184,605
25    For planning and replacement of windows ........      150,291
26    For upgrading fire safety systems in the
27      support buildings ............................       99,204
28    For installation of air conditioning in
29      Building #704, in addition to funds
30      previously appropriated ......................       75,695
31    For replacement of cooling towers in
32      Buildings #100A and #100B ....................       26,402
33    For installation of air conditioning in
34      Buildings #502 and #514 ......................       37,554
 
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 1               SINGER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - ROCKFORD
 2    For replacing roofs ............................       81,351
 3    For renovating mechanicals and
 4      residential areas ............................    2,607,775
 5    For replacement of absorbers ...................      156,150
 6                  TINLEY PARK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
 7    For upgrading fire/life safety systems
 8      and bedroom lighting, in addition to
 9      funds previously appropriated ................      236,000
10                  TINLEY PARK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER/
11                      HOWE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
12    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
13    For replacement of the bar screen and
14      renovating the sewer system, in
15      addition to funds previously appropriated ....      120,546
16    For rehabilitation of the electrical
17      distribution system, in addition to
18      funds previously appropriated ................      817,980
19    For renovating and making mechanical
20      improvements to Spruce Hall and Maple Hall ...       66,894
21    For renovation for accessibility in four
22      buildings ....................................      137,036
23    For planning the sewer system renovation and
24      replacement of the rag catcher ...............       57,744
25    For renovation for fire and life safety in
26      three residences .............................      153,206
27    For replacement of the windows in nine
28      buildings ....................................       24,246
29                ZELLER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - PEORIA
30    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
31    For upgrading HVAC and mechanical systems ......      685,000
32    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
33    For renovation of the nurses' stations,
34      in addition to funds previously
 
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 1      appropriated .................................      737,149
 2    For renovation of Nurses' Stations and
 3      seclusion rooms ..............................       42,558
 4                              STATEWIDE
 5    (From Article 27, Section 5 of Public Act 91-20)
 6    For replacing and repairing roofing systems
 7      at the following locations at the approximate
 8      cost set forth below .........................    2,310,000
 9        Choate Developmental Center -
10         Anna ...............................300,000
11        Chicago-Read Mental Health Center ...100,000
12        Tinley Park Mental Health Center.....185,000
13        Illinois School for the Visually
14         Impaired - Jacksonville ............160,000
15        Shapiro Developmental Center -
16         Kankakee ...........................545,000
17        Kiley Developmental Center -
18         Waukegan ...........................300,000
19        Ludeman Developmental Center -
20         Park Forest ........................720,000
21    For upgrading roads at the following
22      locations at the approximate
23      cost set forth below .........................    1,000,000
24        Howe Developmental Center -
25         Tinley Park ........................520,000
26        Shapiro Developmental Center -
27         Kankakee ...........................480,000
28    (From Article 28, Section 8 of Public Act 91-20)
29    For replacing roofing systems at the
30      following locations at the approximate
31      costs set forth below: .......................      157,025
32       Elgin Mental Health Center,
33         five buildings .....................113,025
34       Jacksonville Mental Health and
 
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 1         Developmental Center,
 2         two buildings........................44,000
 3    For replacement of roofing systems at the
 4      following locations at the approximate costs
 5      set forth below: .............................      679,960
 6        Lincoln Development Center ...........79,960
 7        Murray Developmental Center .........200,000
 8        Elgin Developmental Center ..........200,000
 9        Shapiro Developmental Center ........200,000
10    For construction of a forensic services complex
11      at Alton Mental Health Center and Elgin
12      Mental Health Center, in addition to funds
13      previously appropriated ......................       36,901
14    For conducting the preliminary design
15      and to begin to construct, convert and/
16      or rehabilitate a forensic facility ..........        8,358
17    For upgrading roads and parking lots at
18      the following locations at the
19      approximate costs set forth below: ...........       34,740
20        McFarland Mental Health Ctr ...........5,544
21        Shapiro Developmental Center .........32,562
22    For rehabilitation of water towers -
23      Murray and Chester ...........................      230,341
24    For replacement of roofs at the following
25      locations at the approximate costs set
26      forth below: .................................      412,632
27        Alton Mental Health Center -
28          Five buildings .....................50,000
29        Elgin Mental Health Center -
30          Three buildings ....................52,000
31        Lincoln Developmental Center -
32          Three buildings ....................80,000
33        Lincoln Developmental Center -
34          Four buildings ......................6,601
 
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 1        Ludeman Developmental Center -
 2          Support buildings ..................50,000
 3        Ludeman Developmental Center-
 4          Residences .........................22,158
 5        Mabley Developmental Center -
 6          One building ......................103,517
 7        Madden Mental Health Center -
 8          Buildings and covered walkways ......5,000
 9        McFarland Mental Health Center -
10          Three buildings .....................5,000
11        Meyer Mental Health Center -
12          One building ........................2,000
13        Shapiro Developmental Center -
14          Three buildings ...................187,000
15        Shapiro Developmental Center -
16          Two buildings ......................16,351
17        Shapiro Developmental Center -
18          Five buildings .....................67,831
19        Tinley Park Mental Health Center -
20          One building ........................7,252
21        Tinley Park Mental Health Center -
22          Oak Hall ...........................11,770
23                       STATEWIDE - FIRE SAFETY
24    For installation of fire safety systems
25    (Formerly for Murray Developmental Center) .....       14,516
26    For installation of fire safety systems
27    (Formerly for Lincoln Developmental Center) ....       30,888
28    To renovate fire safety systems, including
29      installation of sprinklers, at the following
30      locations at the approximate costs set
31      forth below: .................................      325,247
32        Singer Mental Health Center .........325,247
33    For fire safety and other work necessary to meet
34      state and federal certification standards for
 
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 1      the following projects:
 2       For installation of sprinkler systems at
 3        Chicago-Read Mental Health Center ..........       44,484
 4        Total, Section 9                              $99,771,865

 5        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, Sec. 11)
 6        Sec. 11.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
 7    as  may  be  necessary  and remain unexpended at the close of
 8    business  on  June  30,   2000,   from   appropriations   and
 9    reappropriations   heretofore   made  for  such  purposes  in
10    Article 27, Section 7, and Article 28, Section  9  of  Public
11    Act  91-20,  are  reappropriated from the Capital Development
12    Fund to the Capital Development Board for the  Department  of
13    Military Affairs for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
14                            AURORA ARMORY
15    (From Article 28, Section 9 of Public Act 91-20)
16    For planning and beginning construction of
17      an armory .................................... $     10,820
18                     CAMP LINCOLN - SPRINGFIELD
19    For renovating heating system and
20      replacing windows ............................      857,072
21    For construction of a military academy
22      facility .....................................      638,820
23    For site improvements and construction for
24      a military academy facility, including
25      repair and reconstruction of access
26      roads and drives at Camp Lincoln .............       24,062
27    For planning, design, site improvements, and
28      other costs associated with the conversion
29      of the old "Castle" or Commissary Building
30      for use as a military museum .................       65,581
31                          CARBONDALE ARMORY
32    For upgrading mechanical systems
33      less the amount of $792,000 ..................      868,328
 
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 1    (From Article 27, Section 7 of Public Act 91-20)
 2                          CHAMPAIGN ARMORY
 3    For replacing roofing systems and
 4      rehabilitating exterior walls ................      300,000
 5    (From Article 28, Section 9 of Public Act 91-20)
 6                          CRESTWOOD ARMORY
 7    For replacing roofing system and
 8      rehabilitating exterior ......................      762,532
 9                           DANVILLE ARMORY
10    For planning and construction of a new armory ..    1,070,000
11    (From Article 27, Section 7 of Public Act 91-20)
12                           DELAVAN ARMORY
13    For rehabilitating the exterior and
14      replacing roofing system .....................      700,000
15                      DIXON ARMORY - LEE COUNTY
16    (From Article 28, Section 9 of Public Act 91-20)
17    For upgrading mechanical and
18      electrical systems ...........................    1,754,805
19                         DONNELLEY BUILDING
20    For the rehabilitation and renovation of
21      the Donnelley Building and purchase of
22      land for parking .............................      149,701
23                        GENERAL JONES ARMORY
24    For renovation of the exterior and interior,
25      mechanical areas and expansion of the
26      parking lot, in addition to amounts
27      previously appropriated ......................      432,215
28    For replacement of the Assembly Hall
29      roofing system including its structural
30      system .......................................      111,135
31                          LITCHFIELD ARMORY
32    For rehabilitation of exterior and upgrading
33      the interior .................................        7,017
34                  MACHESNEY PARK ARMORY (ROCKFORD)
 
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 1    For the state's share for additional planning
 2      and construction of an armory and
 3      Organizational Maintenance Shop ..............      218,047
 4                          MARSEILLES ARMORY
 5    For planning and beginning four
 6      buildings and wastewater facilities ..........        7,444
 7                     NORTHWEST ARMORY - CHICAGO
 8    For renovation of interior and exterior,
 9      in addition to funds previously
10      appropriated for such purposes ...............    1,184,276
11    (From Article 27, Section 7 of Public Act 91-20)
12                           PONTIAC ARMORY
13    For rehabilitating the exterior and
14      replacing the roofing system .................      600,000
15    (From Article 28, Section 9 of Public Act 91-20)
16                         ROCK ISLAND ARMORY
17    For construction of an armory and
18      maintenance shop .............................       64,292
19                    SALEM ARMORY - MARION COUNTY
20    For replacement of the boiler and
21      all domestic plumbing, piping and
22      fixtures, and upgrading of the
23      kitchen, including equipment .................      209,179
24                 SAUK AREA CAREER SCHOOL - CRESTWOOD
25    For the purchase and renovation of the
26      former Sauk Area Career School, converting
27      to an armory and upgrading the parking
28      lot ..........................................       84,023
29                  STREATOR ARMORY - LASALLE COUNTY
30    (From Article 27, Section 7 of Public Act 91-20)
31    For replacing the roofing system and
32      tuckpointing walls ...........................      300,000
33    (From Article 28, Section 9 of Public Act 91-20)
34    For renovation of the mechanical
 
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 1      systems, in addition to funds
 2      previously appropriated ......................       98,936
 3                           WAUKEGAN ARMORY
 4    For replacing roofing system ...................      250,897
 5                        WEST FRANKFORT ARMORY
 6    For replacing roofs and rehabilitating
 7      exterior .....................................    1,142,213
 8                      WILLIAMSON COUNTY ARMORY
 9    For providing the State's share for planning
10      and construction of a new armory, in
11      addition to amounts previously
12      appropriated .................................       14,316
13                              STATEWIDE
14    For replacement of roofs at the following
15      locations at the approximate costs set
16      forth below ..................................      115,420
17          Camp Lincoln - AGO Building .......115,420 ____________
18        Total, Section 11                             $12,041,131

19        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, Sec. 96)
20        Sec.  96.  The  amount  of  $400,000 $500,000, or so much
21    thereof as may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the
22    close  of  business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation
23    heretofore made for such purposes in Article 27,  Section  56
24    of  Public  Act  91-20, approved June 7, 1999, as amended, is
25    reappropriated from  the  Capital  Development  Fund  to  the
26    Capital  Development  Board  for a grant to the Winnetka Park
27    District for the purpose of all  costs  associated  with  the
28    construction of a recreational center/ice arena.

29        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 2, new Sec. 97)
30        Sec.  97.  The  amount of $100,000, or so much thereof as
31    may be necessary, is appropriated to the Capital  Development
32    Board from the Capital Development Fund to the North Suburban
 
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 1    Special  Recreation  Association for the purpose of all costs
 2    associated with the recreation center, offices, ice arena and
 3    for acquiring and developing an office.

 4        Section   21.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 5    reappropriations," Public Act 91-708, approved May 17,  2000,
 6    is  amended  by  changing  Sections  36, 2-53, 4-1 and 5-1 of
 7    Article 3 as follows:

 8        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 3, Sec. 36)
 9        Sec. 36.  The amount of $15,552,100  $15,327,100,  or  so
10    much  thereof  as  may be necessary, is appropriated from the
11    Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department  of  Commerce  and
12    Community  Affairs  for  grants to units of local government,
13    educational facilities and not-for-profit  organizations  for
14    all costs associated with infrastructure improvements.

15        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 3, Sec. 2-53)
16        Sec.  2-53.  The sum of $1,000,000 $1,225,000, or so much
17    thereof as may be necessary and  remains  unexpended  at  the
18    close  of  business  on  June 30, 2000, from an appropriation
19    heretofore made for such purpose in Article 40,  Division  I,
20    Section   2-53   of   Public   Act   91-20,  as  amended,  is
21    reappropriated from the  Build  Illinois  Bond  Fund  to  the
22    Department  of  Commerce and Community Affairs for a grant to
23    the  Village   of   Glendale   Heights   for   water   system
24    infrastructure and other community improvements.

25        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 3, Sec. 4-1)
26        Sec.  4-1.  The sum of $75,000,000, or so much thereof as
27    may be necessary, (less $3,500,000 to be lapsed) and  remains
28    unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2000, from an
29    appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 40,
30    Division  I,  Section 4-1 of Public Act 91-20, as amended, is
 
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 1    reappropriated from the  Build  Illinois  Bond  Fund  to  the
 2    Department  of  Commerce  and Community Affairs for grants to
 3    governmental units and educational facilities and  non-profit
 4    organizations  for  all costs associated with but not limited
 5    to infrastructure improvements.

 6        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 3, Sec. 5-1)
 7        Sec. 5-1.  The sum of $75,000,000, or so much thereof  as
 8    may  be  necessary (less $3,500,000 to be lapsed) and remains
 9    unexpended at the close of business on June  30,  2000,  from
10    appropriations  heretofore  made for such purposes in Article
11    40, Division I, Section 5-1 of Public Act 91-20, as  amended,
12    is  reappropriated  from  the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the
13    Department of Commerce and Community Affairs  for  grants  to
14    governmental  units and educational facilities and non-profit
15    organizations for all costs associated with but  not  limited
16    to infrastructure improvements.

17        Section   22.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
18    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-707, approved May 17, 2000,
19    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 3 as follows:

20        (P.A. 91-707, Art. 3, Sec. 1)
21        Sec. 1.  The sum of $27,324,300 $17,324,300, or  so  much
22    thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General
23    Revenue  Fund  for  payment to the Board of the Comprehensive
24    Health Insurance Plan pursuant to subsection (b)  of  Section
25    12 of the Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan Act.

26        Section   24.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
27    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-708, approved May 17, 2000,
28    is amended by adding new Section 1a to Article 5 as follows:

29        (P.A. 91-708, Art. 5, new Sec. 1a)
 
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 1        Sec. 1a.  The amount of $100,000 is appropriated from the
 2    General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims  for  payment  to
 3    Maureen   Prendergast,  the  widow  of  Fire  Captain  Thomas
 4    Prendergast, who suffered fatal injuries in the line of duty,
 5    as determined in Claim Number 00-CC-0935, filed  pursuant  to
 6    the "Law Enforcement Officer and Fireman Compensation Act".

 7        Section   25.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 8    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
 9    is amended by changing Section 30 of Article 30 as follows:

10        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 30, Sec. 30)
11        Sec. 30.  The following named sums, or so much  therefore
12    as  may  be  necessary, are appropriated to the Environmental
13    Protection Agency for conducting a household hazardous  waste
14    collection program, including costs from prior years:
15    Payable from the Solid Waste
16      Management Fund................................. $1,200,000
17    Payable from the General
18      Revenue Fund...................... $2,000,000    $1,000,000

19        Section   26.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
20    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
21    is amended by changing Section 3b of Article 39 as follows:

22        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 39, Sec. 3b)
23        Sec. 3b.  The amount of $1,284,780 $325,300, or  so  much
24    thereof  as  may  be  necessary and remains unexpended at the
25    close of business on June 30, 2000,  from  the  appropriation
26    heretofore  made in Public Act 91-23, Article 15, Section 3b,
27    approved June 9, 1999, is  reappropriated  from  the  General
28    Revenue Fund to the Prairie State 2000 Authority for training
29    grants  and  loans  to eligible employers entered into during
30    the 1999 fiscal year.
 
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 1        Section   27.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 2    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
 3    is amended by adding new Section 65 to Article 53 as follows:

 4        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 53, new Sec. 65)
 5        Sec.  65.  The sum of $105,500, or so much thereof as may
 6    be necessary, is appropriated for the ordinary and contingent
 7    expenses of the Senate Operations  Commission  including  the
 8    planning  costs,  construction costs, moving expenses and all
 9    other   costs   associated   with   the   construction    and
10    reconstruction of Senate Offices in the Capitol Complex area.

11        Section   28.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
12    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
13    is amended by changing Section 1 and adding new Section 3  to
14    Article 70 as follows:

15        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 70, Sec. 1)
16        Sec.  1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
17    as may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects  and
18    purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General
19    Revenue  Fund to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of
20    the Office of the Lieutenant Governor:
21                           GENERAL OFFICE
22      For Personal Services ........................ $  1,408,000
23      For Employee Retirement Contributions
24       Paid by Employer ............................       56,000
25      For State Contributions to State
26       Employees' Retirement System ................      140,800
27      For State Contributions to
28       Social Security .............................      107,000
29      For Contractual Services .....................      509,000
30      For Travel ...................................       85,000
31      For Commodities ..............................       25,000
 
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 1      For Printing .................................       30,000
 2      For Equipment ................................        7,800
 3      For Electronic Data Processing ...............       69,400
 4      For Telecommunications Services ..............       86,500
 5      For Operational and Grant
 6       Ordinary and Contingent  Expenses
 7       of the Rural Affairs Council ................      307,000
 8        Total                                          $2,831,500
 9        The amount of $200,000, or so  much  thereof  as  may  be
10    necessary,  is  appropriated from the General Revenue Fund to
11    the Office of the Lieutenant Governor for  the  ordinary  and
12    contingent   expenses  of  the  Illinois  River  Coordination
13    Council.

14        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 70, new Sec. 3)
15        Sec. 3.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof as may be
16    necessary, is appropriated  from  the  Lieutenant  Governor's
17    Grant  Fund  to  the  Office of the Lieutenant Governor to be
18    expended in accordance with the  terms  and  conditions  upon
19    which  such  funds  were  received and in the exercise of the
20    powers or performance of the duties  of  the  Office  of  the
21    Lieutenant Governor.

22        Section   29.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
23    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
24    is amended by changing Section 1 of Article 71 as follows:

25        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 71, Sec. 1)
26        Sec. 1.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
27    may  be  necessary,  respectively,  are  appropriated  to the
28    Attorney General to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses
29    of the following divisions of  the  Office  of  the  Attorney
30    General:
31                           GENERAL OFFICE
 
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 1    For Personal Services...........................  $26,867,600
 2    For State Contribution to State
 3        Employees Retirement System.................    2,690,400
 4    For State Contribution to Social Security.......    2,023,400
 5    For Employees Retirement Contributions
 6        Paid by Employer............................    1,077,700
 7    For Contractual Services........................    2,498,000
 8    For Contractual Services
 9        Expert Witnesses............................      100,000
10    For Contractual Services for
11        Expenses Authorized Pursuant
12        to Senate Bill 1975 of the
13        91st General Assembly ...............100,000
14    For Travel......................................      490,000
15    For Commodities.................................      190,000
16    For Printing....................................      120,000
17    For Equipment...................................      500,000
18    For Electronic Data Processing..................    1,625,000
19    For Telecommunications..........................      740,000
20    For Operation of Auto Equipment.................       84,000
21    For Expenses Incurred in Post Sentencing
22        Prosecution of all Cases of
23        Death Penalty...............................      175,000
24    For Expenses Incurred in Gang
25        Crime Prevention............................    2,000,000
26        Total                                         $41,181,100

27        Section   30.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
28    reappropriations,"  Public Act 91-706, approved May 17, 2000,
29    is amended by changing Sections 5 and 240 of  Article  72  as
30    follows:

31        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 72, Sec. 5)
32        Sec. 5.  The following named amounts, or so much of those
 
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 1    amounts  as  may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects
 2    and purposes  hereinafter  named,  are  appropriated  to  the
 3    Office  of  the  Secretary  of  State  to  meet the ordinary,
 4    contingent  and  distributive  expenses  of   the   following
 5    organizational units of the Office of the Secretary of State:

 6                    EXECUTIVE GROUP
 7    For Personal Services:
 8    For Regular Positions:
 9     Payable from General Revenue Fund ............. $  4,164,200
10    For Extra Help:
11     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       38,200
12    For Employee Contribution to State
13     Employees' Retirement System:
14      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............    3,882,500
15      Payable from Road Fund .......................    1,706,400
16      Payable from Vehicle
17       Inspection Fund .............................       42,700
18    For State Contribution to State
19     Employees' Retirement System:
20      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      420,300
21    For State Contribution to
22     Social Security:
23      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      336,000
24    For Contractual Services:
25     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      533,900
26    For Travel Expenses:
27     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      113,000
28    For Commodities:
29     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       45,300
30    For Printing:
31     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       12,700
32    For Equipment:
33     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       10,000
 
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 1    For Telecommunications:
 2      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      176,500
 3                    GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP
 4    For Personal Services:
 5    For Regular Positions:
 6     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............  $40,730,400
 7     Payable from Road Fund.........................    4,594,400
 8     Payable from Securities Audit
 9      and Enforcement Fund..........................    2,405,900
10     Payable from Division of Corporations
11      Special Operations Fund.......................      477,300
12     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
13      Fund .........................................      217,700
14     Payable from Registered Limited
15      Liability Partnership Fund....................       63,700
16    For Extra Help:
17     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      665,400
18     Payable from Road Fund.........................      372,900
19     Payable from Securities Audit
20      and Enforcement Fund..........................       11,400
21     Payable from Division of Corporations
22      Special Operations Fund.......................       19,800
23    For Employee Contribution to State
24     Employees' Retirement System:
25      Payable from Securities Audit
26       and Enforcement Fund.........................       96,200
27      Payable from Division of Corporations
28       Special Operations Fund......................       19,800
29      Payable from Lobbyist Registration
30       Fund ........................................        8,700
31      Payable from Registered Limited
32       Liability Partnership Fund...................        2,500
33    For State Contribution to
34     State Employees' Retirement System:
 
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 1      Payable from General Revenue
 2       Fund ........................................    4,139,600
 3      Payable from Road Fund........................      496,700
 4      Payable from Securities Audit
 5       and Enforcement Fund.........................      241,800
 6      Payable from Division of Corporations
 7       Special Operations Fund......................       49,700
 8      Payable from Lobbyist Registration
 9       Fund ........................................       21,800
10      Payable from Registered Limited
11       Liability Partnership Fund...................        6,400
12    For State Contribution to
13     Social Security:
14      Payable from General Revenue
15       Fund ........................................    3,154,200
16      Payable from Road Fund........................      366,200
17      Payable from Securities Audit
18       and Enforcement Fund.........................      182,500
19      Payable from Division of Corporations
20       Special Operations Fund......................       60,100
21      Payable from Lobbyist Registration
22       Fund ........................................       22,900
23      Payable from Registered Limited
24       Liability Partnership Fund...................        4,900
25    For Group Insurance:
26     Payable from Securities Audit
27      and Enforcement Fund..........................      399,600
28     Payable from Division of Corporations
29      Special Operations Fund.......................       94,300
30     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
31      Fund .........................................       37,000
32     Payable from Registered Limited
33      Liability Partnership Fund....................       14,800
34    For Contractual Services:
 
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 1     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............   14,830,900
 2     Payable from Road Fund.........................    1,200,000
 3     Payable from Securities Audit
 4      and Enforcement Fund..........................      362,700
 5     Payable from Division of Corporations
 6      Special Operations Fund.......................      293,800
 7     Payable from Motor Fuel Tax Fund...............      475,700
 8     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
 9      Fund .........................................       92,100
10     Payable from Registered Limited
11      Liability Partnership Fund....................          500
12    For Travel Expenses:
13     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      273,700
14     Payable from Road Fund.........................      305,300
15     Payable from Securities Audit
16      and Enforcement Fund..........................      248,100
17     Payable from Division of Corporations
18      Special Operations Fund.......................        3,400
19     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
20      Fund .........................................        2,200
21    For Commodities:
22     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............    1,016,400
23     Payable from Road Fund.........................       31,400
24     Payable from Securities Audit
25      and Enforcement Fund..........................       19,500
26     Payable from Division of Corporations
27      Special Operations Fund.......................        9,700
28     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
29      Fund .........................................        4,500
30     Payable from Registered Limited
31      Liability Partnership Fund....................        1,100
32    For Printing:
33     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      841,300
34     Payable from Road Fund.........................       33,800
 
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 1     Payable from Securities Audit
 2      and Enforcement Fund..........................       20,000
 3     Payable from Division of Corporations
 4      Special Operations Fund.......................        7,600
 5     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
 6      Fund .........................................        5,000
 7    For Equipment:
 8     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............    1,302,700
 9     Payable from Road Fund.........................       34,000
10     Payable from Securities Audit
11      and Enforcement Fund..........................       77,000
12     Payable from Division of Corporations
13      Special Operations Fund.......................        8,500
14     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
15      Fund .........................................       23,500
16     Payable from Registered Limited
17      Liability Partnership Fund....................            0
18    For Electronic Data Processing:
19     Payable from General Revenue Fund..............    3,050,000
20     Payable from Road Fund.........................            0
21     Payable from the Secretary of State
22      Special Services Fund.........................    4,000,000
23    For Telecommunications:
24     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      469,700
25     Payable from Road Fund.........................       75,500
26     Payable from Securities Audit
27      and Enforcement Fund..........................       92,200
28     Payable from Division of Corporations
29      Special Operations Fund.......................       11,000
30     Payable from Lobbyist Registration
31      Fund .........................................        3,000
32     Payable from Registered Limited
33      Liability Partnership Fund....................          800
34    For Operation of Automotive Equipment:
 
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 1     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      372,000
 2    For Refund of Fees and Taxes:
 3     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       15,000
 4     Payable from Road Fund.........................    1,275,500
 5    For Refunds of Fees and Taxes
 6     From Overpayments or Erroneous
 7     Deposits Into the Road Fund:
 8     No amounts may be transferred
 9     from this appropriation for any
10     other purpose
11     Payable from General
12     Revenue Fund .........................2,400,000
13                         MOTOR VEHICLE GROUP
14    For Personal Services:
15    For Regular Positions:
16     Payable from General Revenue Fund.............. $ 49,804,100
17     Payable from Road Fund.........................   31,826,500
18     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........    1,017,900
19     Payable from the Secretary of State
20      Special License Plate Fund....................      424,500
21     Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
22      Board Fund....................................      105,100
23    For Extra Help:
24     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............    2,117,400
25     Payable from Road Fund.........................    3,384,500
26     Payable From Vehicle Inspection Fund...........       48,800
27    For Employees Contribution to
28     State Employees' Retirement System:
29      Payable from the Secretary of State
30       Special License Plate Fund...................       17,000
31      Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
32       Board Fund...................................        4,200
33    For State Contribution to
34     State Employees' Retirement System:
 
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 1      Payable from General Revenue  Fund ...........    5,192,200
 2      Payable from Road Fund........................    3,521,100
 3      Payable From Vehicle Inspection Fund..........      106,700
 4      Payable from the Secretary of State
 5       Special License Plate Fund...................       42,400
 6      Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
 7       Board Fund...................................       10,500
 8    For State Contribution to
 9     Social Security:
10      Payable from General Revenue Fund ............    3,868,500
11      Payable from Road Fund........................    2,132,900
12      Payable From Vehicle Inspection Fund..........       81,100
13      Payable from the Secretary of State
14       Special License Plate Fund...................       32,100
15      Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
16       Board Fund...................................        8,000
17    For Group Insurance:
18     Payable From Vehicle Inspection Fund...........      267,900
19     Payable from the Secretary of State
20      Special License Plate Fund....................      111,000
21    For Contractual Services:
22     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............    2,011,100
23     Payable from Road Fund.........................   13,161,600
24     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........      740,000
25     Payable from CDLIS AAMVANET
26      Trust Fund....................................      500,000
27     Payable from the Secretary of State
28      Special License Plate Fund....................        8,500
29     Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
30      Board Fund....................................       85,000
31    For Travel Expenses:
32     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      183,900
33     Payable from Road Fund.........................      787,800
34     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........          500
 
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 1     Payable from the Secretary of State
 2      Special License Plate Fund....................        1,400
 3     Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
 4      Board Fund....................................        2,500
 5    For Commodities:
 6     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      284,800
 7     Payable from Road Fund.........................    6,198,500
 8     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........       19,000
 9     Payable from the Secretary of State
10      Special License Plate Fund....................      406,400
11    For Printing:
12     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      328,300
13     Payable from Road Fund.........................    5,197,200
14     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........       60,000
15     Payable from the Secretary of State
16      Special License Plate Fund....................            1
17    For Equipment:
18     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............       53,100
19     Payable from Road Fund.........................      868,500
20     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........        4,000
21     Payable from the Secretary of State
22      Special License Plate Fund....................       70,200
23     Payable from Motor Vehicle Review
24      Board Fund....................................            1
25     Payable from CDLIS AAMVANET....................      400,000
26    For Telecommunications:
27     Payable from General Revenue Fund .............      112,300
28     Payable from Road Fund.........................    2,439,300
29     Payable from Vehicle Inspection Fund...........        3,500
30     Payable from the Secretary of State
31      Special License Plate Fund....................            0
32    For Operation of Automotive Equipment:
33     Payable from Road Fund.........................      440,000
 
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 1        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 72, Sec. 240)
 2        Sec. 240.  The sum of $25,000 $17,000, or so much thereof
 3    as  may be necessary, is appropriated from the Mammogram Fund
 4    to the Secretary of State for grants to the  Susan  G.  Komen
 5    Foundation  for breast cancer research, education, screening,
 6    and treatment.

 7        Section   31.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
 8    reappropriations," Public Act 91-706, approved May 17,  2000,
 9    is  amended  by  changing Sections 10 and 25 of Article 74 as
10    follows:

11        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 74, Sec. 10)
12        Sec. 10. The amount of $6,500,000 $6,000,000, or so  much
13    of  that  amount  as may be necessary, is appropriated to the
14    State Treasurer from the Bank Services  Trust  Fund  for  the
15    purpose  of  making  payments  to  financial institutions for
16    banking services  pursuant  to  the  State  Treasurer's  Bank
17    Services Trust Fund Act.

18        (P.A. 91-706, Art. 74, Sec. 25)
19        Sec.  25.  The  amount  of $27,000,000 $19,000,000, or so
20    much of that amount as may be necessary, is  appropriated  to
21    the   State   Treasurer  from  the  Transfer  Tax  Collection
22    Distributive Fund for  the  purpose  of  making  payments  to
23    counties  pursuant  to Section 13b of the Illinois Estate and
24    Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Act.

25        Section   32.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
26    reappropriations," Public Act 91-705, approved May 17,  2000,
27    is  amended  by changing Sections 25, 26, 35, 85, and 110 and
28    adding new Sections 104 and 106 to Article 15 as follows:

29        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, Sec. 25)
 
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 1        Sec. 25.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
 2    amounts  as  may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects
 3    and purposes named, are appropriated to the  State  Board  of
 4    Education for Grants-In-Aid:
 5    From the General Revenue Fund:
 6      For compensation of Regional
 7       Superintendents of Schools
 8       and assistants under Section
 9       18-5 of the School Code........   $7,382,100    $7,082,100
10      For payment of one time employer's
11       contribution to Teachers'
12       Retirement System as provided
13       in the Early Retirement Incentive
14       Provision of Public Act 87-1265
15       and under Section 16-133.2
16       of Illinois Pension Code.......      242,900       142,900
17      For orphanage tuition claims and
18       State owned housing claims
19       as provided under Section 18-3
20       of the School Code.............                 16,000,000
21      For financial assistance to
22       Local Education Agencies for
23       the Philip J. Rock Center
24       and School as provided by
25       Section 14-11.02 of the
26       School Code....................                  2,960,000
27      For financial assistance to Local
28       Education Agencies for the
29       purpose of maintaining an
30       educational materials
31       coordinating unit as provided
32       for by Section 14-11.01
33       of the School Code.............                  1,162,000
34      For reimbursement to school districts
 
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 1       for services and materials for
 2       programs under Section 14A-5
 3       of the School Code.............                 19,695,800
 4      For reimbursement to school districts
 5       for extraordinary special education
 6       and facilities under Section
 7       14-7.02a of the School Code....  228,367,500   241,500,000
 8      For reimbursement to school districts
 9       for services and materials used
10       in programs for the use of
11       disabled children under Section
12       14-13.01 of the School Code....  300,225,000   298,500,000
13      For reimbursement on a current basis
14       only to school districts that
15       provide for education of
16       handicapped orphans from residential
17       institutions as well as foster
18       children who are mentally
19       impaired or behaviorally disordered
20       as provided under Section 14-7.03
21       of the School Code.............                127,000,000
22      For financial assistance to Local
23       Education Agencies with over
24       500,000 population to meet the
25       needs of those children who come
26       from environments where the
27       dominant language is other than
28       English under Section 34-18.2
29       of the School Code.............                 35,333,200
30      For financial assistance to Local
31       Education Agencies with under 500,000
32       population to meet the needs of
33       those children who come from
34       environments where the dominant
 
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 1       language is other than English
 2       under Section 10-22.38a of
 3       the School Code................                 27,218,800
 4      For distribution to eligible recipients
 5       for establishing and maintaining
 6       educational programs for Low
 7       Incidence Disabilities.........                  1,500,000
 8      For reimbursement to school districts
 9       for a portion of the cost of
10       transporting disabled students
11       under subsection (b) of
12       Section 14-13.01 of
13       the School Code................  205,875,000   192,000,000
14      For reimbursement to school districts
15       and for providing free lunch and
16       breakfast programs under the
17       provision of the School Free
18       Lunch Program Act..............                 20,500,000
19      For providing the loan of textbooks
20       to students under Section 18-17 of
21       the School Code................                   30,192,100
22        Total, this Section                          $1,020,861,900

23        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, Sec. 26)
24        Sec.  26.   The  following  amounts,  or so much of those
25    amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
26    and  purposes  named,  are appropriated to the State Board of
27    Education for Grants-In-Aid:
28    From the Education Assistance Fund:
29      For tuition of disabled children
30       attending schools under Section
31       14-7.02 of the School Code.....               $ 48,000,000
32      For reimbursement to school districts
33       qualifying under Section 29-5
 
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 1       of The School Code for a portion
 2       of the cost of transporting common
 3       school pupils..................  215,437,500   <L208,500,000>
 4        Total, this Section                          $256,500,000

 5        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, Sec. 35)
 6        Sec. 35.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
 7    amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
 8    from the General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education
 9    for the objects and purposes named:
10      The following amount, or so much thereof as
11       may be necessary, is appropriated
12       from the General Revenue Fund
13       to the State Board of Education
14       as a consolidated appropriation
15       for all costs associated with
16       Regional Offices' of Education,
17       including, but not limited to:
18       ROE School Bus Driver Training,
19       ROE School Services, and ROE
20       Supervisory Expense............                $12,512,000
21      For operational costs and grants
22       for Mathematics Statewide......                  1,000,000
23      For costs associated with the
24       Reading Improvement Statewide
25       Program........................                  3,000,000
26      For all costs, including prior year claims
27       associated with Special Education
28       lawsuits, including Corey H....                  1,000,000
29      The following amount, or so much thereof as
30       may be necessary, is appropriated
31       from the General Revenue Fund
32       to the State Board of Education
33       as a consolidated appropriation
 
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 1       for all costs associated with career
 2       awareness and development programs,
 3       including, but not limited to:
 4       Career Awareness & Development,
 5       Jobs for Illinois Graduates and
 6       Illinois Government Internship
 7       Program........................                  5,247,700
 8      For operational costs and grants
 9       for Family Literacy............                  1,000,000
10      The following amount, or so much thereof
11       as may be necessary, is appropriated
12       from the General Revenue Fund
13       to the State Board of Education
14       as a consolidated appropriation
15       for all costs associated with
16       teacher education programs,
17       including, but not limited to:
18       National Board Certification, Teacher
19       of the Year and Teacher Framework
20       Implementation.................                  1,740,000
21      For purposes of providing liability
22       coverage to certificated persons in
23       accordance with Section 2-3.124
24       of the School Code.............                    400,000
25      For costs associated with regional
26       and local Optional Education Programs
27       for dropouts, those at risk of
28       dropping out, and Alternative
29       Education Programs for chronic
30       truants........................                 18,660,000
31      For costs associated with the Metro
32       East Consortium for Child
33       Advocacy.......................                    250,000
34      For all costs associated with
 
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 1       Professional Development Statewide.              3,000,000
 2      For costs associated with
 3       funding Vocational Education
 4       Staff Development..............                  1,299,800
 5      For costs associated with the
 6       Certificate Renewal Administrative
 7       Payment Program................                  1,000,000
 8      For operational costs and grants associated
 9       with the Summer Bridges Program
10       to assist school districts which
11       had one or more schools with
12       a significant percentage of third
13       and sixth grade students in the
14       "does not meet" category on the
15       1998 State reading scores to achieve
16       standards in reading...........                 23,000,000
17      For costs associated with the
18       Parental Involvement Campaign
19       Program........................                  1,500,000
20      The following amount, or so much thereof
21       as may be necessary, is appropriated
22       from the General Revenue Fund
23       to the State Board of Education
24       as a consolidated appropriation
25       for all costs associated with
26       standards, assessment and
27       accountability programs, including,
28       but not limited to: Arts Planning
29       K-6, Assessment Programs, Learning
30       Improvement and Quality Assurance
31       and Learning Standards.........   31,309,700    30,409,700
32      For operational costs associated with
33       administering the Reading
34       Improvement Block Grant........                    389,500
 
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 1      For operational costs associated with
 2       administering the the Professional
 3       Development Block Grant........                    427,500
 4      For costs associated with the
 5       Minority Transition Program....                    300,000
 6      For funding the Golden Apple
 7       Scholars Program...............                  2,554,300
 8      For all costs associated with vocational
 9       education programs.............                 53,874,500
10      The following amount, or so much thereof
11       as may be necessary, is appropriated
12       from the General Revenue Fund
13       to the State Board of Education
14       as a consolidated appropriation
15       for all costs associated with
16       student at-risk programs,
17       including, but not limited to:
18       Hispanic Student Dropout
19       Prevention Programs, Illinois
20       Partnership Academy and Urban
21       Education Partnership Programs.                  2,649,600
22      For administrative costs associated
23       with Scientific Literacy, Mathematics
24       and the Center on Scientific Literacy.           2,255,000
25      For administrative costs associated
26       with the Substance Abuse and
27       Violence Prevention Programs...                    248,000
28      For operational expenses of administering the
29       Early Childhood Block Grant....                    659,200
30      For operational costs and reimbursement
31       to a parent or guardian under the
32       transportation provisions of Section
33       29-5.2 of the School Code......                 16,120,000
34      For funding the Teachers Academy for
 
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 1       Math and Science in Chicago....    5,880,000     5,500,000
 2      For operational costs of the Residential
 3       Services Authority for Behavior
 4       Disorders and Severely Emotionally
 5       Disturbed Children and Adolescents.                500,000
 6      For costs associated with education
 7       and related educational Services
 8       to recipients of Public Assistance
 9       as provided in Section 10-22.20
10       of the School Code and the
11       Adult Education Act
12       first and then for payment of
13       costs of education and education
14       related services as provided
15       for in Section 10-22.20
16       of the School Code and the
17       Adult Education Act............                 10,068,200
18      For costs associated with administering
19       Alternative Education Programs
20       for disruptive students pursuant to
21       Article 13A of the School Code.                 16,852,000
22      For operational costs and grants
23       for schools associated with the
24       Academic Early Warning List and
25       other at-risk schools..........                  4,350,000
26      The following amount, or so much thereof
27       as may be necessary, is appropriated
28       from the General Revenue Fund to
29       the State Board of Education
30       as a consolidated appropriation
31       for all costs associated
32       with statewide regional programs,
33       including, but not limited to:
34       ROE Audits, ISBE Services as ROE,
 
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 1       ROE Technology, GED Testing,
 2       Administrators Academy and the
 3       Leadership Development Institute.                3,444,300
 4      For costs associated with the
 5       Association of Illinois Middle-Level
 6       Schools Program................                    100,000
 7      For costs associated with the
 8       Environmental and Nature Training
 9       Institute for Conservation Education
10       (E.N.T.I.C.E.) Program.........                    300,000
11      For funding the Illinois State Board of
12       Education Technology Program...                    880,000
13        Total, this Section                          $226,491,300

14        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, Sec. 85)
15        Sec. 85.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
16    amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
17    to the State Board of Education for the following objects and
18    purposes:
19    Payable from the Common School Fund:
20      For general apportionment as provided
21       by Section 18-8 of
22       the School Code............                 $2,520,250,000
23    Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
24      For summer school payments as provided
25       by Section 18-4.3 of the School Code.            6,500,000
26      For supplementary payments to school
27       districts as provided in Section
28       18-8.2, Section 18-8.3, Section
29       18-8.5, and Section 18-8A(5)(m)
30       of the School Code.........      4,200,000  <L     7,200,000>
31        Total, this Section                        $2,533,950,000

32        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, new Sec. 104)
 
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 1        Sec. 104.  The amount of $1,355,000, or so  much  thereof
 2    as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
 3    Fund  to  the  State  Board of Education for deposit into the
 4    School District Emergency  Financial  Assistance  Fund.   The
 5    State  Board of Education may deposit this entire amount into
 6    the fund immediately for  grants  under  Article  1B  of  the
 7    School Code.

 8        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, new Sec. 106)
 9        Sec.  106.   The amount of $1,355,000, or so much of that
10    amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the   School
11    District  Emergency  Financial  Assistance  Fund to the State
12    Board  of  Education  for  emergency   financial   assistance
13    pursuant  to  Section  5/1B-8  of  the  School  Code  at  the
14    approximate costs set forth below:
15      For a grant to Round Lake Area
16       Schools District #116 .........        550,000
17      For the School District Emergency
18       Financial Assistance Fund .....        805,000
19        Total                              $1,355,000

20        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 15, Sec. 110)
21        Sec.  110.   The amount of $65,845,000 $65,000,000, or so
22    much of this amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from
23    the General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education  for
24    supplementary  payments  to school districts under subsection
25    (J) of Section 18-8.05 of the School Code.

26        Section   33.   "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
27    reappropriations," Public Act 91-705, approved May 17,  2000,
28    is  amended  by  changing Sections 55 and 75 of Article 12 as
29    follows:

30        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 12, Sec. 55)
 
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 1        Sec. 55.  The following sum, or so much thereof as may be
 2    necessary, is appropriated from  the  Federal  State  Student
 3    Incentive  Trust  Fund  to  the  Illinois  Student Assistance
 4    Commission for the following purpose:
 5                               Grants
 6      For payment of grant awards to full-time and
 7       part-time students eligible to receive such
 8       awards, as provided by law........$2,350,000    $2,000,000

 9        (P.A. 91-705, Art. 12, Sec. 75)
10        Sec. 75.  The sum of $5,000,000 $3,000,000,  or  so  much
11    thereof  as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois
12    Student Assistance Commission from the Federal  Student  Loan
13    Fund  for  transfer  to  the  Student Loan Operating Fund for
14    activities related to the collection  and  administration  of
15    default prevention fees.

16                              ARTICLE 2

17        Section   1.   In  addition  to  any  amounts  previously
18    appropriated for such purposes, the amount of $5,000,000,  or
19    so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the
20    General  Revenue  Fund  to  the Court of Claims to pay claims
21    under the Crime Victims Compensation Act.

22        Section 2. The following named amounts  are  appropriated
23    from  the  General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims to pay
24    claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made  by
25    the Court of Claims as follows:
26        No.   91-CC-1736,   Nestor  Ferro.  Personal
27    Injury, against the Department of Corrections...  $100,000.00
28        No. 92-CC-0252, Janet S.  Gregory,  Executor
29    of  the  Estate  of  Richie Todd Gregory, Jordan
30    Gregory, a Minor, by his Mother and Next Friend,
 
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 1    Janet Sue Gregory, Nicholas Gregory, a Minor, by
 2    his Mother and Next Friend,  Janet  Sue  Gregory
 3    and  Andre Garcia by his Mother and Next Friend,
 4    Janet Sue Gregory. Wrongful Death, Survival  and
 5    the  Structural Work Act, against the Department
 6    of Central Management Services and State Police.   $75,000.00
 7        No.   94-CC-1303,   Judy   Cogan,    Special
 8    Administrator  of  the  Estate of Edward Bishop.
 9    Death, against the Department of Human Services:
10    DMHDD...........................................   $75,000.00
11        No. 94-CC-2436,  Myra  J.  Durbin.  Personal
12    Injury, against the Department of Transportation.  $15,000.00
13        No.   94-CC-3710,   James  Brandon  Shaffer.
14    Personal Injury and property damage, against the
15    Department of Corrections.......................   $12,000.00
16        No.  98-CC-2853,  R.R.  Donnelley   &   Sons
17    Company.   Debt,   against   the  Department  of
18    Military Affairs................................   $40,358.04
19        No. 00-CC-3576,  John  Willis,  Jr.  Illegal
20    Incarceration,   against   the   Department   of
21    Corrections.....................................  $125,035.97
22        No.  00-CC-4622,  Indiana University.  Debt,
23    against the Department of Human Services........  $114,000.00
24        No.   01-CC-0279,   Perry   Cobb.    Illegal
25    Incarceration,   against   the   Department   of
26    Corrections.....................................  $120,300.00
27        No   01-CC-0279,   Darby   Tillis.   Illegal
28    Incarceration,   against   the   Department   of
29    Corrections.....................................  $120,300.00

30        Section 3.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
31    to  the  Court  of  Claims from the Education Assistance Fund
32    007,  to  pay  claims   in   conformity   with   awards   and
33    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 
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 1        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 2    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,352.00

 3        Section 4.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
 4    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 011, Road Fund, to pay
 5    claims  in conformity with awards and recommendations made by
 6    the Court of Claims as follows:
 7        No.   92-CC-0271,   John    M.    Steinberg,
 8    Administrator   of   the   Estate   of  Mary  J.
 9    Steinberg, Deceased; John M. Steinberg, Executor
10    of  the  Estate  of   Margaret   I.   Steinberg,
11    Deceased; and John M. Steinberg, Executor of the
12    Estate of Virgil J. Steinberg, Deceased.  Death,
13    against the Department of Transportation........  $119,000.00
14        No.   92-CC-3059,  Robert  Gushes.  Personal
15    Injury, against the Department of Transportation.  $12,000.00
16        No.  94-CC-2474,  John  Alvarado.   Personal
17    Injury, against the Department of Transportation.  $85,000.00
18        No. 96-CC-0849, Jose  Lara  and  Irma  Lara.
19    Personal   Injury,  against  the  Department  of
20    Transportation..................................    $8,000.00

21        Section 5.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
22    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 012, Motor Fuel Tax
23    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
24    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
25        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
26    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $231.20

27        Section 6.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
28    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 013, Alcoholism and
29    Substance Abuse Block Grant Fund, to pay claims in conformity
30    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
31    as follows:
 
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 1        No.  00-CC-1553,  The  Wells  Center,  Debt,
 2    against the Department of Human Services: DASA..   $51,801.38
 3        No.  00-CC-4520,  HRDI.  Debt,  against  the
 4    Department of Human Services: DASA..............   $15,827.18

 5        Section  7.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 6    to the Court of Claims from State  Fund  018,  Transportation
 7    Regulatory  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
 8    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 9        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
10    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $2,720.62

11        Section  8.  The following named amounts are appropriated
12    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  021,  Financial
13    Institution Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
14    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
15        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
16    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $340.11

17        Section 9.  The following named amounts are  appropriated
18    to   the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  022,  General
19    Professions Dedicated Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with
20    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
21    follows:
22        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
23    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $146.50

24        Section 10.  The following named amounts are appropriated
25    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 041, Wildlife and Fish
26    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
27    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
28        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
29    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $7,678.08
 
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 1        Section 11.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from State Fund 045, Agricultural
 3    Premium Fund, to pay claims in  conformity  with  awards  and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 6    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,260.00

 7        Section 12. The following named amounts are  appropriated
 8    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 047, Fire Prevention
 9    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
10    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
12    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $20.84

13        Section 13. The following named amounts are  appropriated
14    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 048, Rural/Downstate
15    Health Access Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards
16    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
17        No.  00-CC-4695,  Deborah  L.  Edberg,  M.D.
18    Debt, against the Department of Public Health...    $6,250.00

19        Section 14.  The following named amounts are appropriated
20    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal Fund 052, Title III
21    Social Security and Employment Service Fund, to pay claims in
22    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
23    of Claims as follows:
24        No.  00-CC-4700, Viasoft.  Debt, against the
25    Department of Employment Security...............   $97,500.00
26        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
27    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........  $140,291.90

28        Section 15.  The following named amounts are appropriated
29    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 054, State Pensions
30    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
 
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 1    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 2        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 3    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $28.00

 4        Section 16. The following named amounts are  appropriated
 5    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 057, Illinois State
 6    Pharmacy Disciplinary Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with
 7    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
 8    follows:
 9        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
10    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $21.22

11        Section 17.  The following named amounts are appropriated
12    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 059, Public Utility
13    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
14    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
15        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
16    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $944.31

17        Section 18.  The following named amounts are appropriated
18    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 063,  Public  Health
19    Services  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
20    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
21        No.   01-CC-0329,   Will    County    Health
22    Department.  Debt,  against  the  Department  of
23    Public Health...................................   $77,977.49
24        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
25    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $43,140.95

26        Section 19.  The following named amounts are appropriated
27    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund  065,  Environmental
28    Protection  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
29    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
30        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
 
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 1    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $4,181.11

 2        Section 20.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 3    to  the  Court  of  Claims from State Fund 091, Clean Air Act
 4    Permit Fund, to pay claims  in  conformity  with  awards  and
 5    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 6        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 7    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $461.98

 8        Section 21.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 9    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  093,  Illinois  State
10    Medical  Disciplinary  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
11    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
12    follows:
13        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
14    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $2,325.85

15        Section 22. The following named amounts are  appropriated
16    to  the Court of Claims from State Fund 113, Community Health
17    Center Care Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
18    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
19        No.  00-CC-4695,  Deborah  L.  Edberg,  M.D.
20    Debt, against the Department of Public Health...   $16,000.00

21        Section 23.  The following named amounts are appropriated
22    to the Court of Claims from  State  Fund  129,  State  Gaming
23    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
24    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
25        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
26    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $449.46

27        Section 24.  The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State Fund 163, Weights and
29    Measures Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards  and
 
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 1    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 2        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 3    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $547.81

 4        Section 25.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 5    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 175,  Illinois  School
 6    Asbestos  Abatement  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with
 7    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 8    follows:
 9        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
10    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $783.89

11        Section 26. The following named amounts are  appropriated
12    to   the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  215,  Capital
13    Development Board Revolving Fund, to pay claims in conformity
14    with awards and recommendations made by the Court  of  Claims
15    as follows:
16        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
17    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $235.00

18        Section 27.  The following named amounts are appropriated
19    to the Court of Claims  from  State  Fund  244,  Savings  and
20    Residential   Finance  Regulatory  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in
21    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
22    of Claims as follows:
23        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
24    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $523.20

25        Section 28.  The following named amounts are appropriated
26    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 253, Horse Racing  Tax
27    Allocation  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
28    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
29        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
30    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $5,750.00
 
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 1        Section 29.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to  the  Court  of  Claims from State Fund 274, Self-Insurers
 3    Administration Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards
 4    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 6    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $69.44

 7        Section 30.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 297, Guardianship  and
 9    Advocacy  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
10    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        No.   00-CC-4023,   Illinois    Correctional
12    Industries.  Debt,  against the Guardianship and
13    Advocacy Commission.............................   $54,900.48
14        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
15    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $493.88

16        Section 31.  The following named amounts are appropriated
17    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 301, Working Capital
18    Revolving Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards  and
19    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
20        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
21    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $3,330.68

22        Section 32. The following named amounts are  appropriated
23    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State Fund 304, Statistical
24    Services Revolving Fund, to pay  claims  in  conformity  with
25    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
26    follows:
27        No.    01-CC-0150,    Storage     Technology
28    Corporation.  Debt,  against  the  Department of
29    Central Management Services.....................   $52,300.00
30        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
31    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $17,430.44
 
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 1        Section  33. The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to the Court of Claims from State  Fund  312,  Communications
 3    Revolving  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity with awards and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
 6    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $53,791.86

 7        Section 34.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  386, Appraisal
 9    Administration Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards
10    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
12    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $451.31

13        Section 35.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 404, Urban  Planning
15    Assistance  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
16    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
17        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
18    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $32.90

19        Section 36.  The following named amounts are appropriated
20    to  the  Court  of  Claims from Federal Fund 408, DHS Special
21    Purposes Trust Fund, to pay claims in conformity with  awards
22    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
23        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
24    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $10,567.07

25        Section 37.  The following named amounts are appropriated
26    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund  447,  GI  Education
27    Fund,   to   pay   claims   in  conformity  with  awards  and
28    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
29        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
30    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $22.11
 
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 1        Section 38.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to  the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 476, Wholesome Meat
 3    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 6    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $67.60

 7        Section 39.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to the Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  488,  Criminal
 9    Justice  Trust  Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
10    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
11        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
12    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $185.00

13        Section 40.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  495, Old Age
15    Survivors Insurance Fund, to pay claims  in  conformity  with
16    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
17    follows:
18        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
19    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,847.67

20        Section 41.  The following named amounts are appropriated
21    to  the  Court  of  Claims from Federal Fund 561, SBE Federal
22    Department of Education Fund, to  pay  claims  in  conformity
23    with  awards  and recommendations made by the Court of Claims
24    as follows:
25        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
26    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $2,329.95

27        Section 42.  The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to  the  Court  of  Claims from Federal Fund 592, DHS Federal
29    Projects Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with  awards  and
30    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 
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 1        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 2    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $2,933.53

 3        Section 43.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 4    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  607,  Special
 5    Projects  Division  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with
 6    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 7    follows:
 8        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 9    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $2,501.39

10        Section 44.  The following named amounts are appropriated
11    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  614,   Capital
12    Litigation  Trust  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in conformity with
13    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
14    follows:
15        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
16    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,525.00

17        Section 45.  The following named amounts are appropriated
18    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 646, Alcoholism  and
19    Substance Abuse Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
20    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
21        No.   99-CC-1591,   Reimburse   the  General
22    Revenue Fund. Against the  Department  of  Human
23    Services: DASA..................................   $83,888.05
24        No.  00-CC-2718,  Board  of  Trustees of the
25    University  of  Illinois.   Debt,  against   the
26    Department of Human Services: DASA..............   $44,005.99

27        Section  46. The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to the Court of Claims from Federal  Fund  700,  USDA  Women,
29    Infants  and  Children Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
30    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 
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 1    follows:
 2        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 3    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $169.54

 4        Section 47.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 5    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  708,  Illinois
 6    Standardbred Breeders Fund, to pay claims in conformity  with
 7    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
 8    follows:
 9        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
10    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $107.86

11        Section 48.  The following named amounts are appropriated
12    to  the  Court  of  Claims from State Fund 711, State Lottery
13    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
14    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
15        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
16    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $6,067.46

17        Section 49.  The following named amounts are appropriated
18    to the  Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  726,  Federal
19    Industrial  Services  Fund,  to pay claims in conformity with
20    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
21    follows:
22        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
23    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........        $9.07

24        Section 50. The following named amounts are  appropriated
25    to  the Court of Claims from State Fund 762, Local Initiative
26    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
27    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
28        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
29    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $15,016.64
 
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 1        Section 51.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 2    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 795,  Bank  and  Trust
 3    Company  Fund,  to  pay  claims in conformity with awards and
 4    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 5        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
 6    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,044.00

 7        Section 52.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 8    to  the  Court  of Claims from State Fund 796, Nuclear Safety
 9    Emergency Preparedness Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
10    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
11    follows:
12        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
13    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $316.42

14        Section 53.  The following named amounts are appropriated
15    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund 798,  Rehabilitation
16    Services  Elementary  &  Secondary Education Act Fund, to pay
17    claims in conformity with awards and recommendations made  by
18    the Court of Claims as follows:
19        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
20    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $1,633.00

21        Section 54.  The following named amounts are appropriated
22    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 802, Personal Property
23    Tax Replacement Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards
24    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
25        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
26    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $27.60

27        Section 55.  The following named amounts are appropriated
28    to  the  Court of Claims from State Fund 828, Hazardous Waste
29    Fund,  to  pay  claims  in   conformity   with   awards   and
30    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 
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 1        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 2    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........    $7,278.78

 3        Section 56.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 4    to the Court of Claims from Federal Fund  872,  Maternal  and
 5    Child  Health  Services  Block  Grant  Fund, to pay claims in
 6    conformity with awards and recommendations made by the  Court
 7    of Claims as follows:
 8        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 9    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $50,620.17

10        Section 57.  The following named amounts are appropriated
11    to the Court of Claims from State Fund  884,  D.N.R.  Special
12    Projects  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
13    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
14        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
15    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $19,538.70

16        Section 58.  The following named amounts are appropriated
17    to   the   Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  888,  Design
18    Professionals Administration and Investigation Fund,  to  pay
19    claims  in conformity with awards and recommendations made by
20    the Court of Claims as follows:
21        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
22    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $23.10

23        Section 59.  The following named amounts are appropriated
24    to the Court of Claims from State Fund 905, Illinois Forestry
25    Development Fund, to pay claims in conformity with awards and
26    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
27        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
28    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $193.08

29        Section 60.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 
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 1    to the Court of Claims from  State  Fund  906,  State  Police
 2    Services  Fund,  to  pay claims in conformity with awards and
 3    recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
 4        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
 5    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $455.81

 6        Section 61.  The following named amounts are appropriated
 7    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  920, Metabolic
 8    Screening and Treatment Fund, to  pay  claims  in  conformity
 9    with  awards  and recommendations made by the Court of Claims
10    as follows:
11        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
12    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $16,245.47

13        Section 62.  The following named amounts are appropriated
14    to  the  Court  of  Claims from State Fund 957, Child Support
15    Enforcement Trust Fund, to  pay  claims  in  conformity  with
16    awards  and  recommendations  made  by the Court of Claims as
17    follows:
18        No. 00-CC-0893, Clerk of the  Circuit  Court
19    of  Cook County. Debt, against the Department of
20    Public Aid......................................  $270,512.11
21        For   payments   of   awards   for    lapsed
22    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........   $35,719.13

23        Section 63.  The following named amounts are appropriated
24    to  the  Court  of  Claims  from  State  Fund  962,  Park and
25    Conservation Fund, to pay claims in  conformity  with  awards
26    and recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:
27        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
28    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........      $161.22

29        Section 64.  The following named amounts are appropriated
30    to the Court  of  Claims  from  Federal  Fund  888,  Attorney
 
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 1    General  Federal Grant Fund, to pay claims in conformity with
 2    awards and recommendations made by the  Court  of  Claims  as
 3    follows:
 4        For    payments   of   awards   for   lapsed
 5    appropriation claims less than $50,000..........       $90.00

 6                             ARTICLE 99

 7        Section 99.  Effective Date.  This Act takes effect  upon
 8    becoming law.

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