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Public Act 90-0003

SB143 Enrolled                                SRA90SSUPP2MWcb

    AN    ACT     making     appropriations,     supplemental
appropriations, and legislative transfers.

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

    Section   1.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended  by  changing  Sections  3A, 4A, and 6A of
Article 77 and by adding Sections  29.1,  29.2,  29.3,  29.5,
29.6, and 29.7 to Article 77 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 77, Sec. 3A)

    Sec. 3A.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the General
Revenue  Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  the
Department  of  Corrections  for  the  projects   hereinafter
enumerated:
                          STATEWIDE
For replacement of locks,
  windows and doors at the
  following locations as set
  forth below: ...................               $    838,500
  IYC Joliet .....................      367,500
  Vienna .........................      471,000
                  DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For tuckpointing two buildings ................. $     65,000
               EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For upgrading locking systems, in addition
  to funds previously appropriated .............      800,000
           STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER - JOLIET
For tuckpointing seven buildings ...............      300,000
    Total, Section 3A                                $365,000
    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 77, Sec. 4A)

    Sec. 4A.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the General
Revenue  Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  the
Department of Mental Health  and  Developmental  Disabilities
for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                          STATEWIDE
For repair of the exterior masonry
  walls, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated ................................. $    677,000
         ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - MADISON COUNTY
For replacement of life/safety and
  security system in a residential
  building .....................................      246,000
           CHESTER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - CHESTER
For installation of emergency generator
  and upgrading EMS system .....................      350,000
         LUDEMAN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - PARK FOREST
For renovation of residential buildings,
  in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................    1,888,500
           SHAPIRO DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - KANKAKEE
For replacement of electrical feeder
  cable, in addition to the funds
  previously appropriated ......................      586,000
       TINLEY PARK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - COOK COUNTY
For rehabilitating exterior of
  residential building at Tinley ...............      215,000
    Total, Section 4A                                $892,000

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 77, Sec. 6A)

    Sec. 6A.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the General
Revenue  Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  the
Department of Natural Resources for the projects  hereinafter
enumerated:
                          STATEWIDE
For maintenance of lodge and
  concession facilities ........................ $    300,000
For rehabilitation or replacement
  of playground equipment ......................      250,000
For rehabilitation of trail systems ............      140,000
                  ILLINOIS BEACH STATE PARK
For stabilization of the shoreline..............      400,000
          STARVED ROCK STATE PARK - LASALLE COUNTY
For reconstruction of the seawall, in
  addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      500,000
    Total, Section 6A                              $1,090,000

    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.1 new)

    Sec.  29.1.  The amount of $3,349,400, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Capital Development Board for  planning,  design,
construction,  renovation,  and all other necessary costs for
the underground mainline  electrical  feeders  1  and  2  and
branch feeders 10, 11, and 12 at Southern Illinois University
at Carbondale.

    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.2 new)

    Sec.  29.2.   The  sum  of $4,000,000, or so much of that
amount as may be necessary, is appropriated  to  the  Capital
Development Board from the General Revenue Fund for equipment
for  the new science building at Illinois State University at
Normal.
    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.3 new)

    Sec. 29.3.  The sum of $3,391,000, or  so  much  of  that
amount  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated to the Capital
Development Board from the General Revenue Fund for Phase  II
flood  mitigation and control activities at Northern Illinois
University in DeKalb.

    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.5 new)

    Sec. 29.5.  The amount of $850,200, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the  Capital Development Board for Western Illinois
University to plan, design, repair, and renovate coal boilers
2 and 3.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.6 new)

    Sec. 29.6.  The amount of $2,432,200, or so much  thereof
as  may be necessary is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Board of Higher
Education for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                  CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
For renovating campus buildings and
  upgrading mechanical systems .................    2,432,200

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 77, Sec. 29.7 new)

    Sec. 29.7.  The amount of $500,000 or so much thereof  as
may  be  necessary  is  appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Office of
Water Resources  for  Chicago  Harbor/Lake  Michigan  Control
leakage at the mouth of the Chicago River.

    Section   2.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is  amended  by  changing  Article  18,  Section  6  as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 18, Sec. 6)

    Sec.  6.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
ordinary and contingent expenses of the Department on Aging:
                     DISTRIBUTIVE ITEMS
                        GRANTS-IN-AID
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For the purchase of Illinois Community
   Care Program homemaker and
   Senior Companion Services ................... $106,957,500
  For other services provided by the
   Illinois Act on the Aging ...................      292,600
  For Case Coordination Units ..................   12,571,300
  For Grants for distribution to the 13 Area
   Agencies on Aging for costs for home
   delivered meals and mobile food
   equipment .....................    2,236,100     1,836,100
  Grants for Community Based Services
   including information and referral
   services, transportation and delivered
   meals .......................................    3,107,210
  For Grants for Adult Day Care Services .......    7,516,200
  For Purchase of Services in connection with
   Alzheimer's Initiative and Related
   Programs ....................................      107,100
  For Grants for Retired Senior
   Volunteer Program ...........................      322,000
  For Planning and Service Grants to
   Area Agencies on Aging ......................    2,293,300
  For Grants for the Foster
   Grandparent Program .........................      199,200
  For Expenses to the Area Agencies
   on Aging for Long-Term Care Systems
   Development .................................      282,400
    Total                                        $135,484,910

Payable from Services for Older Americans Fund:
  For Grants for Social Services ............... $ 17,126,000
  For Grants for Nutrition Services ............   27,613,000
  For Grants for Employment
   Services ......................    3,005,800     2,620,800
  For Grants for USDA Adult Day Care ...........      777,000
    Total                                         $48,136,800

    Section   3.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is amended by  changing  Article  24,  Section  7.1  as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 24, Sec. 7.1)

    Sec.  7.1.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof   as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the
Department of Public Health for expenses of programs  related
to   Acquired  Immunodeficiency  Syndrome  (AIDS)  and  Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV):
           OFFICE OF HEALTH PROTECTION:  AIDS/HIV
Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $    509,500
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................       20,400
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................       25,500
  For State Contributions to Social Security ...       37,800
  For Contractual Services .....................       28,500
  For Travel ...................................       12,700
  For Equipment ................................        6,500
  For Expenses of an AIDS Hotline ..............      230,500
  For Expenses of AIDS/HIV Education,
   Services, Counseling, Testing,
   Referral and Partner Notification
   (CTRPN), and Patient and Worker
   Notification pursuant to Public
   Act 87-763 ....................   11,758,200     6,758,200
  For Expenses of the AIDS Advisory
   Council .......................                     11,600
    Total                                          $7,641,200

Payable from the Public Health Services Fund:
  For Expenses of Programs for Prevention
   of AIDS/HIV ................................. $  4,651,600
  For Expenses for Surveillance Programs and
   Seroprevalence Studies of AIDS/HIV ..........    1,500,000
  For Expenses Associated with the
   Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS
   Resource Emergency Act of
   1990 (CARE) and other AIDS/HIV
   services.......................   11,400,000     7,400,000
    Total                                         $13,551,600

    Section   4.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is amended by changing Article 25, Sections 2A, 5, and
5A as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 25, Sec. 2A)

    Sec. 2A.  The following named amount, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  is appropriated to the Department of
Rehabilitation Services:
                        GRANTS-IN-AID
                    HOME SERVICES PROGRAM
For Purchase of  Services  of  the   Home  Services  Program,
pursuant to 20 ILCS 2405/3:
  Payable from General Revenue
   Fund .......................... $115,448,200  $115,525,700

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 25, Sec. 5)

    Sec.  5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Department of Rehabilitation Services:
               REHABILITATION SERVICES BUREAUS
Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
  For Independent Living Older
   Blind Grant ................................. $     17,500
  For the Establishment of Scandinavian
   Lekotek Play Libraries ........      618,000      <L-600,000>
    Total                                            $617,500
Payable from Illinois Veterans' Rehabilitation Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $    822,700
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................       32,900
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................       41,100
  For State Contributions to Social Security ...       62,900
  For Group Insurance ..........................      110,300
  For Travel ...................................       12,200
  For Commodities ..............................        5,600
  For Equipment ................................        7,000
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       19,500
    Total                                          $1,114,200
Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 25,092,600
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................    1,003,700
  For Retirement Contributions .................    1,254,600
  For State Contributions to Social Security ...    1,919,600
  For Group Insurance ..........................    3,375,200
  For Contractual Services .....................    5,140,600
  For Travel ...................................      984,600
  For Commodities ..............................      277,800
  For Printing .................................      141,600
  For Equipment ................................      409,700
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      864,700
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............        4,600
  For Administrative Expenses of the
   Statewide Deaf Evaluation Center ............      150,000
  For Independent Living Older Blind Grant .....      245,500
  For Technology Related Assistance
   Project for Individuals of All Ages
   with Disabilities ...........................    1,050,000
    Total                                         $41,914,800

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 25, Sec. 5A)

    Sec. 5A.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
Department of Rehabilitation Services:
                        GRANTS-IN-AID
               REHABILITATION SERVICES BUREAUS
For Case Services to Individuals:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............ $  8,330,000
  Payable from Illinois Veterans'
   Rehabilitation Fund .........................    2,413,700
  Payable from DORS State Projects Fund ........      450,000
  Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..   37,022,800
For Implementation of Title VI, Part C of the
  Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as
  Amended--Supported Employment:
  Payable from General Revenue
   Fund ..........................    2,043,100     1,983,600
  Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..    1,900,000
For Small Business Enterprise Program:
  Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..    3,619,100
For Case Services to Migrant Workers:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       10,300
  Payable from Vocational Rehabilitation Fund ..      119,300
For Grants to Independent Living Centers:
  Payable from the General Revenue Fund ........    3,127,400
  Payable from the Vocational Rehabilitation
   Fund.........................................    2,000,000
For the Illinois Coalition for Citizens
  with Disabilities:
 Payable from the General Revenue Fund..........      122,800
 Payable from the Vocational Rehabilitation
   Fund.........................................       77,200
    Total                                         $61,176,200

    Section   5.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended  by  deleting  Section  41 of Article A of
Article 79, and by changing Sections 9, 18, 21, 22 and 34  of
Article A of Article 79, and by adding Section 41a to Article
A of Article 79 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec. 9)

    Sec. 9.  The sum of $500,000 or so much of that amount as
may  be necessary, is appropriated to the Illinois Department
of Transportation from the Build Illinois  Bond  Fund  for  a
grant   to   the   City  of  Mt.  Vernon  for  infrastructure
improvements under I-57.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec. 18)

    Sec. 18.  The sum of $120,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is  appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond
Fund to  the  Department  of  Transportation  for  all  costs
associated  with  signalization  improvements  at  DesPlaines
Avenue  and  Country  Club  Lane  Harlem  and  19th  in North
Riverside.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec. 21)

    Sec. 21.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is  appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond
Fund   to   the   Department   of   Natural   Resources   for
rehabilitation of the  concession  building  and  other  park
improvements at Johnson Sauk Trail State Park in Henry County
Transportation  for all costs associated with improvements to
Knox County Highway 10, Route 150.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec. 22)

    Sec. 22.  The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is  appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond
Fund to  the  Department  of  Transportation  for  all  costs
associated  with installing signalization of U.S. 34 and 11th
Street in  the  City  of  Monmouth  planning  the  Route  67,
Roseville Bypass.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec 34)

    Sec.  34.  The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the  Build  Illinois  Bond
Fund  to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for all
costs associated with wastewater and drinking  water  systems
water  system  development and improvements in the Village of
LaGrange Park.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 79, Art. A, Sec. 41a new)

    Sec. 41a.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary  is  appropriated  from the Build Illinois Bond
Fund to the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs  for
a  grant  to the City of Savannah for the Savannah Army Depot
Local Redevelopment Authority for all costs  associated  with
the redevelopment of the Savannah Army Depot.

    Section   6.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is amended  by  changing  Article  11,  Section  20  as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 11, Sec. 20)

    Sec. 20.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as
may  be  necessary,  respectively,  are appropriated from the
Asbestos Abatement Fund to the Attorney General to  meet  the
ordinary  and  contingent expenses of the Asbestos Litigation
Division:
                ASBESTOS LITIGATION DIVISION
For Personal Services........................... $    579,700
For State Contribution to State
  Employees' Retirement System..................       30,200
For State Contribution to
  Social Security...............................       44,300
For Group Insurance.............................       62,400
For Contractual Services..........      202,300        77,300
For Travel......................................       20,600
For Operational Expenses, Asbestos
  Litigation....................................       18,600
For Employees' Retirement Contributions
  Paid by the Employer..........................       23,200
    Total                                            $856,300

    Section   7.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  as  amended by Executive Order Number 7, is amended by
changing Article 51, Section 33, and by adding Section 80a to
Article 51 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 51, Sec. 33)

    Sec. 33.  The sum of $144,900,300 $96,450,300, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Federal
Local Airport Fund to the Department  of  Transportation  for
funding  the  local  or  federal share of airport improvement
projects undertaken pursuant to pertinent  state  or  federal
laws,  provided such amounts shall not exceed funds available
from federal and or local sources.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 51, Sec. 80a new)

    Sec. 80a.  The sum of $3,800,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to  the  Department  of  Transportation  for  all  costs
associated  with  the reconditioning and widening of Illinois
Route 83 at 127th and Cicero Avenue.

    Section   8.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is amended by changing Article 17, Sections 4 and 9 as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 17, Sec. 4)
    Sec.  4.  In   addition   to   any   amounts   heretofore
appropriated, the following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
Department of Public Aid for  Medical  Assistance,  including
such  Federal  funds  as  are  made  available by the Federal
government for the following purposes:
    FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE UNDER ARTICLES V, VI, AND VII
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Physicians............................. $   334,544,700
  For Dentists...............................      29,916,500
  For Optometrists...........................       2,455,600
  For Podiatrists............................         534,600
  For Chiropractors..........................         290,700
  For Hospital In-Patient and
   Disproportionate
   Share ......................... 1,130,645,600 1,123,845,600
  For Hospital Ambulatory Care..................  197,199,400
  For Prescribed Drugs .........................  502,817,200
  For Skilled and Intermediate
   Long Term Care ..............................  919,973,900
  For Community Health Centers..................   66,915,200
  For Hospice Care .............................   29,841,800
  For Independent Laboratories..................   16,584,400
  For Home Health Care..........................   47,533,500
  For Appliances................................   37,605,000
  For Transportation............................   41,942,800
  For Other Related Medical Services
   and for development, implementation,
   and operation of the managed
   care program including operating and
   administrative costs and related
   distributive purposes .......................   50,674,600
  For Medicare Part A Premiums..................   14,784,100
  For Medicare Part B Premiums..................   82,567,400
  For Health Maintenance Organizations and
   Managed Care Entities .......................  268,245,600
    Total                                      $3,768,272,600
    The Department, with the  consent  in  writing  from  the
Governor,  may  reapportion  not more than two percent of the
total  appropriation  in  Section  4   above   "For   Medical
Assistance  under  Articles V, VI, and VII" among the various
purposes therein enumerated.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 17, Sec. 9)

    Sec. 9.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as   may   be   necessary,   respectively,  for  the  objects
hereinafter named, are  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
Public  Aid  for  Employment  and Social Services and related
distributive purposes, including such Federal  funds  as  are
made  available  by  the Federal government for the following
purposes:
             FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES
              AND RELATED DISTRIBUTIVE PURPOSES
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Employability Development Services
   Including Operating and Administrative
   Costs and Related Distributive Purposes ...   $ 57,765,800
  For SSI Advocacy Services ..................      2,878,300
  For Homeless Shelter Program ...............      8,417,300
  For Domestic Violence Shelters
   and Services Program ......................      8,975,100
  For Extended Child Care ....................     29,308,900
  For USDA Federal Commodity Interim
   Transportation and Packaging ..............        282,300
  For Food Stamp Employment and Training
   including Operating and Administrative
   Costs and Related Distributive Purposes ...      1,349,400
  For Work Opportunity/Earnfare ..............     15,285,500
    Total                                        $124,262,600
Payable from Special Purposes Trust Fund:
  For Federal/State Employment Programs and
   Related Services ..........................   $  5,000,000
  For Parents-Too-Soon Program ...............      3,665,200
  For USDA Surplus Commodity
   Transportation and Distribution ...........      2,141,300
  For Refugee Resettlement Purchase
   of Service ................................      6,628,200
  For Family Violence Prevention
   Service .......................    1,560,000     1,000,000
  For the Title IV-A At Risk Child
   Care Program under the federal Social
   Security Act ................................   17,966,000
  For Advocacy Services ........................      605,000
  For Shelter Plus Care ........................      310,400
  For Homeless Assistance through the
   McKinney Block Grant ........................   10,000,000
  For the development and implementation
   of the Federal Title XX Empowerment
   Zone and Enterprise Community
   initiatives .................................  106,000,000
    Total                                        $153,316,100
Payable from Local Initiative Fund:
  For Purchase of Services under the
   Donated Funds Initiative Program .............$ 22,391,700
  Funds appropriated from the Local Initiative
   Fund in Section 9, above, shall be expended only
   for purposes authorized by the Department of
   Public Aid in written agreements.
Payable from Domestic Violence Shelter
 and Service Fund:
  For Domestic Violence Shelters and
   Services Program ..............................$ 1,800,000
Payable from Assistance to
 the Homeless Fund:
  For Costs Related to Providing
   Assistance to the Homeless
   Including Operating and
   Administrative Costs and Grants .................$ 300,000
Payable from Employment and Training Fund:
 For Costs Related to Employment and
  Training Programs Including Operating
   and Administrative Costs and Grants
   to Qualified Public and Private Entities
   for Purchase of Employment and Training
   Services .....................................$ 22,000,000

    Section   9.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended  by  changing  Article  75,  Section  5 as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 75, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following  amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
to  the  State  Board  of  Elections  for  its  ordinary  and
contingent expenses as follows:
                          The Board
For Contractual Services........................ $     17,900
For Travel......................................       13,600
For Equipment...................................          100
    Total                                             $31,600
                       Administration
For Personal Services........................... $    471,296
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid By Employer............................       18,852
For State Contributions to State Employees'
    Retirement System...........................       23,565
For State Contributions to
    Social Security.............................       36,055
For Contractual Services........................      316,400
For Travel......................................       10,000
For Commodities.................................       18,000
For Printing....................................       10,000
For Equipment...................................          100
For Telecommunications..........................       67,000
    Total                                            $971,268
                          Elections
For Personal Services........................... $  1,135,180
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid By Employer............................       45,407
For State Contributions to State
    Employees' Retirement System................       56,759
For State Contributions to
    Social Security.............................       86,842
For Contractual Services........................       13,780
For Travel......................................       44,485
For Printing....................................       32,000
For Equipment...................................          100
For Implementation of Public Law 103-31.........        5,000
For Remap of Congressional District #4..........            0
For completion of Phase 1 of the Census
    2000 Redistricting Program pursuant to
    Public Law 94-171...........................      300,000
For Needs Assessment for Statewide Voter
    Registration System.........................            0
    Total                            $1,719,553    $1,419,553

                       General Counsel
For Personal Services........................... $    196,681
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid By Employer............................        7,868
For State Contributions to State
    Employees' Retirement System................        9,835
For State Contributions to
    Social Security.............................       15,047
For Contractual Services........................       28,627
For Travel......................................        3,800
For Equipment...................................          100
    Total                                            $261,958
                     Campaign Financing
For Personal Services........................... $    517,820
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid By Employer............................       20,713
For State Contributions to State
    Employees' Retirement System................       25,891
For State Contributions to
    Social Security.............................       39,613
For Contractual Services........................        2,500
For Travel......................................       10,250
For Printing....................................       13,000
For Equipment...................................          100
    Total                                            $629,887
                             EDP
For Personal Services........................... $    176,951
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid By Employer............................        7,079
For State Contributions to State
    Employees' Retirement System................        8,848
For State Contributions to
    Social Security.............................       13,537
For Contractual Services........................      111,500
For Travel......................................        9,400
For Commodities.................................       18,160
For Printing....................................        1,350
For Equipment...................................      109,000
    Total                                            $455,825
              (Total, this Section $3,770,091)



    Section  10.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, as amended by Executive Order Number 7, is  amended  by
changing Article 27, Section 5 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 27, Sec. 5)

    Sec.  5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Department of Corrections for:
             BIG MUDDY RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,532,300
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      361,100
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      776,900
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,146,900
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,081,200
  For Travel ...................................       28,800
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       90,300
  For Commodities ..............................    3,277,800
  For Printing .................................       30,200
  For Equipment ................................      138,500
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       87,600
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       65,100
    Total                                         $25,616,700
                CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,954,300
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      292,200
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      797,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,162,500
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,268,400
  For Travel ...................................       27,500
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       67,600
  For Commodities ..............................    1,869,600
  For Printing .................................       28,200
  For Equipment ................................      136,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       46,000
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      109,700
    Total                                         $23,759,700
                DANVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,272,400
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      523,900
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      763,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,135,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,114,700
  For Travel ...................................       29,000
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       29,600
  For Commodities ..............................    3,015,100
  For Printing .................................       52,000
  For Equipment ................................      105,200
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       68,200
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      125,600
    Total                                         $25,234,700
             DECATUR WOMEN'S CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $    266,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................       13,200
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................       20,400
  For Contractual Services .....................      171,500
    Total                                            $471,900
                  DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 20,631,900
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      490,000
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    1,031,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,505,800
  For Contractual Services .....................    5,165,600
  For Travel ...................................       25,900
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       48,700
  For Commodities ..............................    3,085,700
  For Printing .................................       38,200
  For Equipment ................................      145,600
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       75,800
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      143,900
    Total                                         $32,388,700
                 DWIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 14,058,600
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      180,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      703,000
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,037,900
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,351,300
  For Travel ...................................       26,500
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       28,900
  For Commodities ..............................    1,834,300
  For Printing .................................       39,000
  For Equipment ................................      190,800
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       90,900
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      116,900
    Total                                         $22,658,900
               EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 11,510,400
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      285,000
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      575,500
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      813,100
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,914,500
  For Travel ...................................       25,400
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       44,400
  For Commodities ..............................    1,635,600
  For Printing .................................       22,400
  For Equipment ................................       77,900
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       73,400
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      109,500
    Total                                         $18,087,100
                 GRAHAM CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 16,892,100
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      276,500
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      844,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,235,000
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,418,900
  For Travel ...................................       18,300
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       27,800
  For Commodities ..............................    2,225,400
  For Printing .................................       31,200
  For Equipment ................................       82,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       88,200
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       58,900
    Total                                         $26,199,000
             ILLINOIS RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 16,984,100
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      540,500
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      849,200
  For State Contributions to Social Security ...    1,262,300
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,270,300
  For Travel ...................................       11,500
  For Travel and Allowance for Committed, Paroled
   and Discharged Prisoners ....................       79,100
  For Commodities ..............................    3,078,300
  For Printing .................................       26,900
  For Equipment ................................      167,500
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       65,400
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       77,800
    Total                                         $27,412,900
                  HILL CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 12,339,800
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      372,300
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      616,900
  For State Contributions to Social Security ...      898,800
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,769,100
  For Travel ...................................       16,900
  For Travel and Allowance for Committed, Paroled
   and Discharged Prisoners ....................       29,100
  For Commodities ..............................    2,436,200
  For Printing .................................       29,200
  For Equipment ................................       66,200
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       39,200
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       26,700
    Total                                         $20,640,400
              JACKSONVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 17,656,600
  For Student, Member and Inmate Compensation ..      415,600
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      882,800
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,305,900
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,026,800
  For Travel ...................................       22,400
  For Travel and Allowance for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............      117,200
  For Commodities ..............................    3,078,500
  For Printing .................................       32,600
  For Equipment ................................      244,800
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       80,900
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      124,500
    Total                                         $26,988,600
                 JOLIET CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 20,074,600
  For Student, Member and Inmate Compensation ..       84,000
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    1,003,700
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,481,600
  For Contractual Services .....................    6,347,300
  For Travel ...................................       52,500
  For Travel and Allowance for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       30,300
  For Commodities ..............................    1,110,400
  For Printing .................................       69,000
  For Equipment ................................      101,300
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      123,800
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      185,500
    Total                                         $30,664,000
                 LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 11,276,800
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      314,900
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      563,800
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      835,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,609,700
  For Travel ...................................        6,100
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       35,800
  For Commodities ..............................    3,314,900
  For Printing .................................       29,000
  For Equipment ................................       68,800
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       45,000
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       65,900
    Total                                         $19,166,100
                  LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,510,700
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      293,900
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      775,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,111,600
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,743,200
  For Travel ...................................        9,100
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       47,500
  For Commodities ..............................      839,900
  For Printing .................................       24,100
  For Equipment ................................      112,900
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      108,900
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      118,800
    Total                                         $21,696,200
                 MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services .......... $ 37,339,600   $35,933,350
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      422,600
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    1,867,000
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    2,763,500
  For Contractual Services .....................    6,035,500
  For Travel ...................................       85,700
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       54,300
  For Commodities ..............................    6,340,000
  For Printing .................................       58,000
  For Equipment ................................      343,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      135,100
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      122,600
    Total                                         $55,567,000
                 PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services .......... $ 29,013,700   $27,922,450
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      355,900
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    1,450,700
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    2,135,300
  For Contractual Services .....................    5,963,200
  For Travel ...................................       37,200
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       22,700
  For Commodities ..............................    4,575,800
  For Printing .................................       73,100
  For Equipment ................................      106,600
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      163,300
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       48,800
    Total                                         $43,946,300
                ROBINSON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 10,437,300
  For Student, Member and
   Inmate Compensation .........................      229,600
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      521,800
  For State Contribution to
   Social Security .............................      765,100
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,811,700
  For Travel ...................................       18,400
  For Travel and Allowances for
   Committed, Paroled and Discharged
   Prisoners ...................................       39,700
  For Commodities ..............................    1,755,800
  For Printing .................................       28,000
  For Equipment ................................       74,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       42,900
  For Operation of Automotive Equipment ........       60,900
    Total                                         $16,785,300
                 SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,219,100
  For Student, Member and
   Inmate Compensation .........................      383,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      761,000
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,113,200
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,583,800
  For Travel ...................................       23,600
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       83,800
  For Commodities ..............................    2,928,900
  For Printing .................................       25,400
  For Equipment ................................      103,900
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       65,500
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       69,300
    Total                                         $24,361,300
                SHERIDAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,141,400
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      309,300
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      757,100
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,107,500
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,445,900
  For Travel ...................................       23,600
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       56,300
  For Commodities ..............................    2,505,800
  For Printing .................................       28,000
  For Equipment ................................      125,500
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      101,900
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      145,200
    Total                                         $22,747,500
          SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $  9,152,300
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      143,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      457,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      679,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,603,700
  For Travel ...................................       14,500
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       28,100
  For Commodities ..............................    1,488,800
  For Printing .................................       33,000
  For Equipment ................................      165,300
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       39,300
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       32,000
    Total                                         $15,837,800
               STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services .......... $ 33,394,200   $32,141,700
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      309,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    1,669,700
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    2,495,600
  For Contractual Services .....................    5,357,400
  For Travel ...................................       42,400
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       14,000
  For Commodities ..............................    4,447,600
  For Printing .................................       44,100
  For Equipment ................................      109,800
  For Telecommunications Services ..............      147,100
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      220,800
    Total                                         $48,252,500
                  TAMMS CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $  3,235,600
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      105,000
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      161,900
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      244,300
  For Contractual Services .....................      429,100
  For Travel ...................................        6,900
  For Travel and Allowance for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       10,000
  For Commodities ..............................      199,800
  For Printing .................................        3,900
  For Equipment ................................       93,400
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       30,600
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       22,500
    Total                                          $4,543,000
               TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 10,424,000
  For Student, Member and Inmate Compensation ..      244,400
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      521,300
  For State Contribution to
   Social Security .............................      768,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,921,000
  For Travel ...................................        5,900
  For Travel and Allowance for
   Committed, Paroled and Discharged
   Prisoners....................................       32,400
  For Commodities ..............................    1,729,600
  For Printing .................................       17,000
  For Equipment ................................        4,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       48,500
  For Operation of Automotive Equipment ........       43,400
    Total                                         $16,760,000
                VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 17,769,800
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      459,600
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      888,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,312,800
  For Contractual Services .....................    3,011,700
  For Travel ...................................       21,800
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............      119,200
  For Commodities ..............................    2,612,000
  For Printing .................................       30,700
  For Equipment ................................      299,500
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       96,800
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............      112,000
    Total                                         $26,734,500
                 VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,582,400
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      247,600
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      779,200
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,131,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    2,500,900
  For Travel ...................................       16,400
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       61,600
  For Commodities ..............................    3,157,100
  For Printing .................................       15,100
  For Equipment ................................      148,400
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       58,600
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       86,900
    Total                                         $23,785,600
            WESTERN ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 15,070,400
  For Student, Member and Inmate
   Compensation ................................      440,500
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................      753,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,112,700
  For Contractual Services .....................    4,175,300
  For Travel ...................................       14,000
  For Travel and Allowances for Committed,
   Paroled and Discharged Prisoners ............       53,200
  For Commodities ..............................    3,302,900
  For Printing .................................       34,800
  For Equipment ................................      145,000
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       49,900
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............       75,800
    Total                                         $25,228,100

    Section   11.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended by changing Article 53, Sections 14 and 25
as follows:
    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 53, Sec. 14)

    Sec. 14.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Department of Agriculture for:
                      AWARDS AND GRANTS
                   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Payable from the Illinois Rural
 Rehabilitation Fund:
  For Illinois' part in administration
   of Titles I and II of the federal
   Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act:
  For Programs, Loans and Grants ................. $  500,000
Payable from the Agricultural Premium Fund:
  For Expenses of the Agricultural
   Research and Development
   Consortium at Peoria .......................... $  200,000
Payable from the General Revenue Fund:
  For the Agricultural Leadership Foundation ... $     60,000
  For distribution of institutional agricultural
   research grants to public universities
   authorized by the Food and Agriculture
   Research Act to include administrative
   costs incurred by the Department of
   Agriculture pursuant to Section 15 of the
   Food and Agriculture Research Act ...........    6,000,000
    Total                                          $6,060,000

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 53, Sec. 25)

    Sec.  25.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Department  of Agriculture for a grant to the Farmer
City Fair Association for land acquisition, construction, and
planning  of  fair  facilities  all  costs  associated   with
construction,    repair   and   maintenance   of   fairground
grandstands.

    Section  12.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is amended by changing Article 3, Sections 2, 6, 7, and
10 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 3, Sec. 2)

    Sec. 2.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be necessary, respectively, are appropriated for the
objects and purposes hereinafter named to meet  the  ordinary
and  contingent  expenses of the Illinois Economic and Fiscal
Commission:
For Personal Services.............     $540,300  $    555,300
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid by Employer..............       23,400        24,000
For State Contributions to State Employees'
    Retirement System...........................       22,300
For State Contribution to Social
    Security....................................       42,500
For Contractual Services........................       69,000
For Travel......................................        3,576
For Commodities.................................        2,100
For Printing....................................        2,300
For Equipment...................................        1,100
For Electronic Data Processing....       27,100        11,500
For Telecommunications Services.................       10,100
    Total                                            $743,776

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 3, Sec. 6)

    Sec. 6.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be necessary, respectively, are appropriated for the
objects and purposes hereinafter named to meet  the  ordinary
and contingent expenses of the Legislative Reference Bureau:
For Personal Services........................... $  1,262,200
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid by Employer............................       50,500
For State Contributions to State Employees'
    Retirement System.............       62,700        70,300
For State Contribution to Social
    Security....................................       96,600
For Contractual Services..........      145,000       113,400
For Travel........................       16,000         2,200
For Commodities.................................        9,000
For Printing......................      298,600       328,400
For Equipment.....................      120,900       126,800
For Telecommunications Services...       13,000        15,100
                                                             
    Total                                          $2,074,500

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 3, Sec. 7)

    Sec.  7.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Legislative  Audit  Commission  for  the purposes hereinafter
named:
For Personal Services........................... $    109,600
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid by Employer............................        6,200
For State Contribution to State Employees'
    Retirement System.............        6,400         5,400
For State Contributions to Social
    Security....................................        8,300
For Contractual Services..........        4,600         9,600
For Travel........................        9,700        10,700
For Commodities.................................        1,100
For Printing....................................        2,300
For Equipment.....................        6,000         2,000
For Electronic Data Processing....        1,500           500
For Telecommunications Services.................        2,900
    Total                                            $158,600

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 3, Sec. 10)

    Sec. 10.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated  for  the
objects  and  purposes hereinafter named to meet the ordinary
and contingent expenses of the Illinois Legislative  Research
Unit:
For Personal Services.............     $755,900  $    772,900
For Employee Retirement Contributions
    Paid by Employer............................       34,800
For State Contribution to State Employees'
    Retirement System...........................       41,500
For State Contribution to Social
    Security....................................       59,200
For Contractual Services........................       50,400
For Travel......................................        4,300
For Commodities.................................        9,500
For Printing....................................       11,700
For Equipment.....................       53,200        36,200
For Telecommunications Services.................       22,100
For New Member Conference.......................       30,000
    Total                                          $1,072,600

    Section  13.   The sum of $593,400, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to the Illinois Community College Board for payments to
former employees of State Community College District No.  601
as compensation for the sick leave and vacation benefits that
have  been  earned  and accumulated by those former employees

and that  remained  unused  and  unpaid  at  the  time  State
Community  College District No. 601 was abolished as a result
of the establishment of  the  new  public  community  college
district  on  July  1, 1996, as provided in Section 2-12.1 of
the Public Community College Act.

    Section 14.  The following named amounts are appropriated
to the Court of Claims from Special State  Fund  243,  Credit
Union  Fund,  to  pay  claims  in  conformity with awards and
recommendations made by the Court of Claims as follows:

No.95-CC-0521, Jones, Ware & Grenard,-- Debt,
    legal services rendered to the Department
    of Financial Institutions...................   $29,729.56

    Section  15.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is amended by changing Article 80, Sections 5, 10,  20,
and 110 and by adding Section 50 to Article 80 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 80, Sec. 5)

    Sec.  5.  The  following  amounts,  or  so  much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
and  purposes  named,  are appropriated from federal funds to
meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State  Board
of Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997:
From National Center for Education Statistics Fund
(Common Core Data Survey):
  For Contractual Services......................      $10,000
  For Travel....................................       22,000
    Total                                             $32,000
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title IV):
  For Personal Services.........................     $380,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       15,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       31,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............       11,000
  For Insurance.................................       35,200
  For Contractual Services......................       61,100
  For Travel....................................       44,500
  For Commodities...............................       23,600
  For Printing..................................        6,400
  For Equipment.................................        7,300
  For Telecommunications........................       13,900
    Total                                            $629,500
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title
VII Bilingual):
  For Personal Services.........................      $65,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        3,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................        6,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............        2,100
  For Insurance.................................        5,100
  For Contractual Services......................          500
  For Travel....................................        3,000
  For Commodities...............................          800
  For Printing..................................          500
    Total                                             $86,800
From   Federal   Department  of  Education  Fund
(Emergency Immigrant Education):
  For Personal Services.........................      $30,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        1,200
  For Retirement Contributions..................        1,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,800
  For Insurance.................................        5,100
  For Contractual Services......................       27,000
  For Travel....................................       15,000
  For Commodities...............................        4,700
  For Equipment...................        8,000        10,000
  For Telecommunications..........        2,000
                                                             
    Total                                             $96,000
From   MacArthur    Foundation    Fund    (Urban
Education):
  For Contractual Services......................       $7,500
  For Travel....................................       15,000
  For Commodities...............................        7,500
    Total                                             $30,000
From  Department  of  Health  and Human Services
Fund (Training School Health Personnel):
  For Personal Services.........................      $48,100
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        1,900
  For Retirement Contributions..................        5,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............          100
  For Insurance.................................        5,100
  For Contractual Services......................      234,800
  For Travel....................................        8,000
  For Commodities...............................        8,700
  For Printing..................................        4,500
  For Equipment.................................        8,500
  For Telecommunications........................        4,100
    Total                                            $328,900
From Department of Education Fund (Goals 2000):
  For Personal Services.........................      $58,300
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,300
  For Retirement Contributions..................        5,300
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,100
  For Insurance.................................        6,000
  For Contractual Services......................       91,700
  For Travel....................................        7,600
  For Commodities...............................          500
  For Printing..................................        1,900
  For Equipment.................................          400
  For Telecommunications........................        1,600
    Total                                            $176,700
From ISBE Federal National Community Service Fund
(Serve America):
  For Contractual Services......................      $35,000
  For Travel....................................        6,000
    Total                                             $41,000
From Carnegie Foundation Grant Fund:
  For Contractual Services......................     $124,000
  For Travel....................................        4,500
  For Commodities...............................          800
    Total                                            $129,300
From  Federal  Department  of  Agriculture  Fund
(Child Nutrition):
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,560,600
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      102,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................      194,600
  For Social Security Contributions.............       96,000
  For Insurance.................................      300,900
  For Contractual Services......................    1,132,400
  For Travel....................................      447,300
  For Commodities...............................      114,200
  For Printing..................................      149,100
  For Equipment.................................      226,100
  For Telecommunications........................       60,700
    Total                                          $5,384,300
From Federal Department of Education Fund  (Even
Start):
  For Personal Services.........................     $100,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        4,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       10,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............        2,500
  For Insurance.................................       12,600
  For Contractual Services......................        8,800
  For Travel....................................       52,000
  For Commodities...............................          800
  For Equipment.................................       18,000
    Total                                            $208,700
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title
I):
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,088,700
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       83,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................      198,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............       37,600
  For Insurance.................................      215,700
  For Contractual Services......................      517,200
  For Travel....................................      139,100
  For Commodities...............................       42,800
  For Printing..................................        5,000
  For Equipment.................................       52,500
  For Telecommunications........................       31,600
    Total                                          $3,412,100
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title
I - Migrant Education):
  For Personal Services.........................      $59,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid By Employer......        2,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................        5,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,300
  For Insurance.................................        6,300
  For Contractual Services......................       55,300
  For Travel....................................       16,500
  For Commodities...............................        2,800
  For Printing..................................        7,000
  For Equipment.................................       10,800
    Total                                            $166,600
From  Federal Department of Education Fund (Safe
and Drug Free Schools):
  For Personal Services.........................     $420,500
  For Employee Retirement Paid By Employer......       16,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................       37,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............       13,500
  For Insurance.................................       50,200
  For Contractual Services......................       71,900
  For Travel....................................       46,200
  For Commodities...............................        4,100
  For Printing..................................        1,500
  For Equipment.................................       10,000
  For Telecommunications........................        3,500
    Total                                            $676,000
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title
II Eisenhower Professional Development):
  For Personal Services.........................     $135,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        5,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................        9,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............        7,100
  For Insurance.................................       20,100
  For Contractual Services......................      420,800
  For Travel....................................       41,500
  For Commodities...............................        2,300
  For Printing..................................        1,500
  For Equipment.................................       10,000
  For Telecommunications........................        4,600
    Total                                            $657,500
From Federal Department of Education Fund (McKinney  Homeless
Assistance):
  For Personal Services.........................      $60,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................        3,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............        4,500
  For Insurance.................................        5,100
  For Contractual Services......................       60,000
  For Travel....................................       13,500
  For Commodities...............................        3,000
  For Printing..................................       10,000
  For Equipment.................................        5,000
    Total                                            $166,500
From   Federal   Department  of  Education  Fund
(Personnel Development Part D Training):
  For Personal Services.........................      $75,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        3,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................        7,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,100
  For Insurance.................................        7,600
  For Contractual Services......................      174,800
  For Travel....................................        7,500
  For Commodities...............................        2,300
  For Equipment.................................        1,500
    Total                                            $279,800
From  Federal  Department  of   Education   Fund
(Pre-School):
  For Personal Services.........................     $600,200
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       24,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       50,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       18,000
  For Insurance.................................       66,000
  For Contractual Services......................      498,200
  For Travel....................................       48,500
  For Commodities...............................       26,100
  For Printing..................................       25,100
  For Equipment.................................        3,500
  For Telecommunications........................        5,800
    Total                                          $1,365,400
From   Federal   Department  of  Education  Fund
(Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities):
  For Personal Services.........................     $450,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       18,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       37,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       15,000
  For Insurance.................................       46,500
  For Contractual Services......................      577,100
  For Travel....................................       39,500
  For Commodities...............................        2,800
  For Printing..................................        6,000
  For Equipment.................................        8,000
  For Telecommunications........................        5,800
    Total                                          $1,205,700
From  Federal  Department  of   Education   Fund
(Individuals  with  Disabilities Education Act -
IDEA):
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,900,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      116,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................      247,000
  For Social Security...........................       80,000
  For Insurance.................................      318,000
  For Contractual Services......................    1,167,700
  For Travel....................................      281,600
  For Commodities...............................       19,800
  For Printing..................................      139,500
  For Equipment.................................       68,000
  For Telecommunications........................       58,300
    Total                                          $5,395,900
From  Federal  Vocational   Education   Advisory
Council  Fund  (Illinois  Council  on Vocational
Education):
  For Personal Services.........................      $66,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................        4,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        5,000
  For Insurance.................................       15,100
  For Contractual Services......................      127,500
  For Travel....................................       39,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,500
  For Printing..................................       16,000
  For Equipment.................................       10,000
  For Telecommunications........................        7,500
    Total                                            $293,100
From  Federal  Department  of   Education   Fund
(Deaf-Blind):
  For Personal Services.........................      $65,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................        6,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        3,500
  For Insurance.................................       10,200
    Total                                             $87,700
From   Federal   Department  of  Education  Fund
(Vocational  and  Applied  Technology  Education
Title II):
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,980,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      119,200
  For Retirement Contributions..................      268,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............       89,400
  For Insurance.................................      296,000
  For Contractual Services......................      351,800
  For Travel....................................      208,300
  For Commodities...............................       11,800
  For Printing..................................       37,900
  For Equipment.................................       77,400
  For Telecommunications........................       37,600
    Total                                          $4,477,600
From  Federal  Department  of   Education   Fund
(Vocational Education - Title III):
  For Personal Services.........................     $195,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        7,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................       19,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        5,000
  For Insurance.................................       20,100
  For Contractual Services......................       28,200
  For Travel....................................       20,000
  For Commodities...............................          300
  For Equipment.................................        9,000
  For Telecommunications........................        1,900
    Total                                            $306,800
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Adult
Education):
  For Personal Services.........................     $520,600
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       19,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................       45,700
  For Social Security Contributions.............       10,000
  For Insurance.................................       47,600
  For Contractual Services......................      210,900
  For Travel....................................       74,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,400
  For Printing..................................        8,100
  For Equipment.................................       32,000
  For Telecommunications........................        9,900
    Total                                            $980,700
From Federal Department of Education Fund (Title
VI):
  For Personal Services.........................   $1,600,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       64,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................      128,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       56,000
  For Insurance.................................      180,600
  For Contractual Services......................      915,000
  For Travel....................................      212,700
  For Commodities...............................       12,700
  For Printing..................................       83,600
  For Equipment.................................       91,700
  For Telecommunications........................       53,100
    Total                                          $3,397,400
From the Department of Labor Fund:
  For operational costs and grants to
   implement the School-to-Work Program...........$10,000,000
From the ISBE National Science Foundation Fund:
  For operational costs of the Learning
   Technology for Schools Program .................$1,000,000
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational costs of the
   School-to-Work Program..........................$1,000,000
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational expenses for the Illinois
   Purchased Care Review Board.......................$202,100
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational expenses for Educational
   Research..........................................$110,300
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational costs and grants
   expenses for Youth With
   Disabilities....................................$1,500,000
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For costs associated with the Charter
   Schools Program................     $633,600      $250,000
From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational costs and grants to implement
   the Technology Literacy Program..............   $9,500,000
  For costs associated with the
   Telecommunications and Information
   Infrastructure Assistance Program ...........     $750,000
From the United States Environmental Protection Fund:
  For operational expenses for Environmental
   Instructors Practicum........................      $46,300

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 80, Sec. 10)
    Sec.  10.  The  following  amounts,  or  so much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
and purposes named, are appropriated from State funds to meet
the  ordinary  and  contingent expenses of the State Board of
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997:
                      -GENERAL OFFICE-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $1,984,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       70,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................       34,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............       65,800
  For Contractual Services......................      191,000
  For Travel....................................       85,000
  For Commodities...............................        4,500
  For Printing..................................        1,000
  For Equipment.................................        2,000
  For Regional Board of School Trustees.........       10,000
  For State Contribution to the Education
         Commission of the States...............       84,000
  For Contractual Services for teacher dismissal
         hearing costs under Sections 24-12,
         34-15, and 34-85 of the School
         Code.....................      156,000       106,000
  For  Operational  expenses  for  the  Illinois
         Purchased Care Review Board............      101,800
    Total                                          $2,740,300
                      -BOARD SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................     $204,100
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        8,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................        6,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............        5,200
  For Contractual Services......................       85,000
  For Travel....................................       76,300
  For Commodities...............................        1,700
    Total                                            $386,400
                  -GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................     $219,200
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        8,300
  For Retirement Contributions..................        3,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............        7,400
  For Contractual Services......................        2,000
  For Travel....................................       11,000
  For Commodities...............................          100
    Total                                            $251,400
           -COMMUNICATIONS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................     $759,200
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       24,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................        9,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............       16,000
  For Contractual Services......................       14,500
  For Travel....................................       21,600
  For Commodities...............................        8,000
    Total                                            $853,300
           -REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................     $242,100
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        9,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................        2,900
  For Social Security Contributions.............        7,200
  For Contractual Services......................        5,000
  For Travel....................................       21,000
  For Commodities...............................          500
    Total                                            $288,100
                   -LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,268,500
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       90,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................       42,600
  For Social Security Contributions.............       78,300
  For Contractual Services......................      211,000
  For Travel....................................       37,000
  For Commodities...............................       26,000
  For Printing..................................       26,000
  For Equipment.................................       40,000
  For Telecommunications........................       36,000
    Total                                          $2,855,800
          -POLICY PLANNING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $1,582,500
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       61,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       21,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       39,400
  For Contractual Services......................       15,000
  For Travel....................................       28,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,000
  For Printing..................................        8,000
    Total                                          $1,756,900
        -BUSINESS, COMMUNITY AND FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $1,043,700
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       40,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................       11,700
  For Social Security Contributions.............       28,800
  For Contractual Services......................        5,000
  For Travel....................................       51,000
  For Commodities...............................        1,000
  For Printing..................................        2,500
    Total                                          $1,183,800
             -EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION AND REFORM-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $1,307,800
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       48,200
  For Retirement Contributions..................       17,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       34,500
  For Contractual Services......................       10,000
  For Travel....................................       74,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,000
    Total                                          $1,493,500
           -ACCOUNTABILITY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $2,187,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       85,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................       26,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............       64,000
  For Contractual Services......................      117,000
  For Travel....................................       35,000
  For Commodities...............................        3,500
  For Printing..................................        3,000
    Total                                          $2,521,400
                -FISCAL AND SHARED SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund for the State Board of Education:
  For Personal Services.........................   $5,015,100
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      189,900
  For Retirement Contributions..................       79,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............      177,100
  For Contractual Services......................    1,941,500
  For Travel....................................      259,300
  For Commodities...............................      118,600
  For Printing..................................      199,100
  For Equipment.................................       59,300
  For Telecommunications........................      372,000
  For Operation of Automotive Equipment.........       22,500
  For Lump Sums ................................      200,000
    Total                                          $8,634,200
         -ILLINOIS COUNCIL ON VOCATIONAL EDUCATION-
From General Revenue Fund for  Illinois  Council
on Vocational Education:
  For Personal Services.........................      $52,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......          100
  For Retirement Contributions..................          100
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,000
  For Contractual Services......................       18,000
  For Travel....................................       14,300
  For Commodities...............................        1,100
    Total                                             $86,600
                      -GENERAL OFFICE-
From Driver Education Fund:
  For Personal Services.........................     $504,200
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       20,200
  For Retirement Contributions..................       11,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............       19,200
  For Insurance.................................       65,200
  For Contractual Services......................       67,000
  For Travel....................................       13,000
  For Commodities...............................        6,600
  For Printing..................................        4,500
  For Equipment.................................       39,000
  For Telecommunications........................       15,000
    Total                                            $765,000

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 80, Sec. 20)

    Sec.  20.  The  following  amounts,  or  so much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
and  purposes  named,  are appropriated to the State Board of
Education for Grants-In-Aid:
From the Common School Fund:
  For compensation of Regional
   Superintendents of Schools
   and assistants under Section
   18-5 of the School Code........ $6,318,600      $6,461,500
  For payment of one time employer's
   contribution to the Teachers'
   Retirement System as provided
   in the early retirement incentive
   provisions of Public Act 87-1265
   and under Section 16-133.2 of
   the Illinois Pension Code ..... 142,900
  For the Supervisory Expense
   Fund under Section 18-6
   of the School Code...........................      102,000
  For operational expenses of financial
   audits of each Regional Office of
   Education in the State as approved
   by Section 2-3.17a of the School
   Code.........................................      603,300
  For orphanage tuition claims and State
   owned housing claims as provided
   under Section 18-3 of the School Code........   12,453,200
    Total                                         $19,620,000

From the General Revenue Fund:
  For financial assistance  to  local  education
    agencies  for  the Philip J. Rock Center and
    School as provided by  Section  14-11.02  of
    the  School  Code  and  for  the  purpose of
    maintaining   an    educational    materials
    coordinating unit as provided for by Section
    14-11.01 of the School Code.................   $3,325,700
  For  tuition of handicapped children attending
    nonpublic schools under Section  14-7.02  of
    the School Code.............................   31,316,200
  For  reimbursement  to  school  districts  for
    extraordinary    special    education    and
    facilities  under  Section  14-7.02a  of the
    School Code.................................  101,071,500
  For  reimbursement  to  school  districts  for
    services and materials used in programs  for
    the   use   of  handicapped  children  under
    Section 14-13.01 of the School Code.........  209,831,300
  For reimbursement on a current basis  only  to
    school  districts that provide for education
    of  handicapped  orphans  from   residential
    institutions  as well as foster children who
    are  mentally   impaired   or   behaviorally
    disordered as provided under Section 14-7.03
    of the School Code..........................  110,478,600
  For  financial  assistance  to local education
    agencies with  over  500,000  population  to
    meet  the  needs  of those children who come
    from   environments   where   the   dominant
    language is other than English under Section
    34-18.2 of the School Code..................   31,209,000
  For financial assistance  to  local  education
    agencies  with  under  500,000 population to
    meet the needs of those  children  who  come
    from   environments   where   the   dominant
    language is other than English under Section
    10-22.38a of the School Code................   23,028,000
  For  distribution  to  eligible recipients for
    establishing and/or maintaining  educational
    programs for low incidence handicapped......    1,500,000
  For    reimbursement   to   school   districts
    qualifying under Section 29-5 of the  School
    Code   for   a   portion   of  the  cost  of
    transporting common school pupils...........  132,000,000
  For reimbursement to school  districts  for  a
    portion   of   the   cost   of  transporting
    handicapped students under Section  14-13.01
    (b) of the School Code......................  125,584,200
  For  reimbursement to school districts and for
    providing free lunch and breakfast  programs
    under the provision of the School Free Lunch
    Program Act.................................   15,650,000
  For   providing   the  loan  of  textbooks  to
    students under Section 18-17 of  the  School
    Code........................................    9,192,100
  For  grants for model early childhood parental
    training  programs  ages  0-5  pursuant   to
    Public Act 85-1046..........................    3,911,100
    Total                                        $798,097,700

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 80, Sec. 50 new)

    Sec.  50.  The sum of $155,000, or so much thereof as may
be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  Charter  Schools
Revolving Loan Fund to the State Board of Education for costs
associated with the Charter Schools Program.

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 80, Sec. 110)

    Sec. 110.  The following  amounts,  or  so  much  thereof
amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
from the Common School Fund to the State Board  of  Education
for the following objects and purposes:
  For  general  apportionment  as  provided by
    Section 18-8 of the School Code........... $1,804,571,500
  For summer school payments  as  provided  by
    Section 18-4.3 of the School Code.........      3,131,800
  For supplementary payments to school
districts as provided in Section 18-8.2,
Section 18-8.3, Section 18-8.5, and
Section 18-8A(5)(m) of the School
Code..............................   10,950,000    11,000,000
  For the payment of interest on the general
apportionment payment...........................    1,252,300
    Total                                      $1,819,955,600

    Section   16.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is amended by changing Article 19, Sections 3 and 4 as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 19, Sec. 3)

    Sec. 3.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be necessary, respectively, are appropriated for the
objects and purposes hereinafter named, to the Department  of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse:
                        GRANTS-IN-AID
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Community-Based Addiction Treatment
   Services to Medicaid-Eligible Clients ....... $ 28,620,800
  For Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services
   Provided to Eligible Medicaid Clients Where
   Local Tax Funds are State Match .............      100,100
For Addiction Treatment and Related Services:
  Payable from General Revenue
   Fund ..........................   56,923,800    55,912,300
  Payable from Drunk and Drugged Driving
   Prevention Fund .............................      543,700
  Payable from Drug Treatment Fund .............    5,016,300
  Payable from Prevention and Treatment
   of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
   Block Grant Fund ..............   40,925,100    40,258,100
  Payable from Alcoholism and Substance
   Abuse Fund ..................................   19,385,300
  Payable from Youth Drug Abuse
   Prevention Fund .............................      435,000
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Treatment and Related Services for
   DCFS Clients ................................   10,491,100
  For Treatment and Related Services for Medicaid-
   Eligible DCFS Clients .......................    3,469,900
For Addiction Prevention and Related Services:
  Payable from General Revenue
   Fund ..........................    4,434,400     4,031,200
  Payable from Youth Alcoholism and
   Substance Abuse Prevention Fund .............      960,300
  Payable from Alcoholism and
   Substance Abuse Fund ........................    1,600,000
  Payable from Prevention and Treatment
   of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
   Block Grant Fund ............................   12,566,900
For Grants and Administrative Expenses
   Related to the Welfare Reform
   Pilot Project ...............................    3,000,000
    Total                                        $186,391,000

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 19, Sec. 4)

    Sec.  4.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary and remain unexpended  at  the  close  of
business  on  June  30,  1996, from appropriations heretofore
made for such purposes in Article 20, Section 3 of Public Act
89-0022, are reappropriated from the General Revenue Fund  to
the Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse for services
incurred  prior to July 1, 1996, for the purposes hereinafter
enumerated:
  For Community Based Addiction Treatment
   Services to Medicaid-Eligible
   Clients .......................  $18,585,300   $20,000,000
  For Outpatient Addiction Treatment
   Services Provided to Medicaid-
   Eligible Clients where Local Tax
   Funds are State Matched .....................       50,100
    Total                                         $20,050,100

    Section 17.  The sum of $300,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Commerce Commission  to  pay  litigation
expenses  and  related costs associated with the enactment of
"AN ACT to abolish incinerator  subsidies  under  the  Retail
Rate Law."

    Section   18.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended by changing Article 78, Sections 5, 9, and
21 as follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 78, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary  and remain unexpended at the close of
business on June 30, 1996, from  reappropriations  heretofore
made  for  such  purposes in Article 80, Section 5, of Public
Act 89-0022, are reappropriated from the Capital  Development
Fund  to  the Capital Development Board for the Department of
Corrections for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For renovation of the Dietary .................. $    576,008
                DANVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For installation of a water softener system  ...       80,000
For renovation of interior walls and
  exterior masonry walls .......................      743,387
For correction of construction defects .........      363,136
For planning, utilities, site improvements,
  and other expenses necessary for the
  construction of a correctional facility ......       32,511
                  DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For completing the upgrade of Sewage Treatment
  Plant, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      805,336
For renovation of the Dietary and
  replacement of the blast chillers ............      220,918
For replacement of the cooling tower in
  the medical unit .............................        7,030
For upgrading the steam distribution system
  and replacement of the boiler system
  including asbestos abatement .................      304,916
For replacement of the cooling tower ...........       14,864
                     DU QUOIN WORK CAMP
For construction of classroom space and
  maintenance building, and
  site improvement .............................       83,026
                 DWIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For renovation of buildings  ...................    1,255,872
For tuckpointing and renovation of walls for
  17 buildings .................................        5,223
For installation of handicapped lifts and
  construction of ramps ........................       58,899
For renovation of the basement walls and
  correction of water infiltration of
  eight housing units  .........................        6,552
For rehabilitation of the water and sewer
  systems ......................................       86,877
               EAST MOLINE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For planning the upgrade of locking
  systems in nine buildings ....................       34,995
For stabilization of the slopes ................      150,121
For upgrading the steam distribution system
  and replacement of boilers, including
  asbestos abatement ...........................      264,888
           SOUTHWESTERN ILL. CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
For providing equipment and telecom,
  constructing a warehouse and upgrading
  a parking lot, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    1,278,823
For completing the conversion of existing
  buildings into a minimum security
  correctional facility, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................       44,937
                    HANNA CITY WORK CAMP
For the purchase and upgrade of the
  water system .................................        5,051
             ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - HARRISBURG
For purchasing and installation of equipment
  to complete the dietary expansion  ...........       25,607
For replacement of absorption chiller units
  and boiler systems in three buildings ........      239,985
                 JOLIET CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For completing the west cellhouse renovation,
  including asbestos abatement, in addition
  to funds previously appropriated .............    8,503,812
For renovation of the west cellhouse, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated ....       45,445
For rehabilitation of the electrical
  distribution system and renovation
  of the sanitary system at the
  barscreen ....................................       12,041
For renovation of steam, water, sewage and
  electrical systems ...........................       11,048
For planning the rehabilitation of
  West Cellhouses...............................      172,000

               ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - JOLIET
For completing the upgrade of electrical
  systems, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    2,090,299
For upgrading the fire alarm system ............      893,150
For upgrading the storm and sanitary sewers ....      965,000
For completing the upgrade of the utilities, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated ....       83,738
For completion of the steam system upgrade
  and initiation of the electrical
  system upgrade ...............................        6,239
                        KANKAKEE MSU
For providing equipment, telecom, lighting
  and freezer units, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................       94,419
For planning, construction, utilities,
  renovation, site improvements, and
  other expenses necessary for a minimum
  security women's prison ......................        4,133
For rehabilitation of the heating and air
  handling system in the resident buildings ....        4,817
                 LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For upgrading the locking systems and doors  ...       77,700
For upgrading the water supply .................      356,077
For renovation of the Dietary, construction
  of a cooler addition and installation
  of blast chillers  ...........................      487,520
                  LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For renovation of sewer system .................      881,858
For renovation of the water tower ..............      125,088
For rehabilitation of the roof ventilation
  systems ......................................       77,948
                 MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For planning, completion and rehabilitation
or replacement of the MSU "C" Building .........    2,525,680
For replacement of East and West
  Cellhouse windows and boilers.................      511,346
For improving the south yard for outdoor
  recreation ...................................       34,346
For repairs due to the Great Flood of
  1993 and projects to protect the facility
  from future floods ...........................      825,890
For upgrading the steam and water distribution
  systems and replacement of the MSU
  "C" Building .................................      576,422
For replacement of the chimney stack and
  boilers, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      400,000
For replacement of hot water heaters and
  deairing tanks ...............................      110,000
For planning the renovation of the old
  hospital building ............................      207,540
For renovation of the North Cellhouse II,
  Phase II .....................................        5,512
For renovation of elements of the power
  plant, including the main generator ..........       52,501
For planning for renovation of the
  Administration Building ......................       15,604
For completing the renovation of the
  Psychiatric Cellhouse ........................        5,247
           ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - PERE MARQUETTE
For completing the renovation of control
  center and construction of a confinement
  addition, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      250,279
For upgrading the dormitory restrooms  .........       65,380
                 PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For upgrading selected utilities and planning
  the rehabilitation and upgrade of the total
  system .......................................       31,129
For renovation of steam, water, sewage and
  electrical systems ...........................        5,875
                ROBINSON CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For Health and Life Safety improvements ........        8,875
                 SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For upgrading the heating and hot
  water system .................................      581,309
                SHERIDAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For completion of water and sewer systems
  upgrade, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................        2,699
For planning the upgrade of sewer and
  water utilities ..............................        6,954
               STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For upgrading the the gatehouse ................      464,185
For completing the upgrade of the security
  system, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      200,000
For rehabilitation of plumbing in Dietary  .....       79,710
For upgrading the doors, locks and hardware
  in B Cellhouse ...............................       59,940
For rehabilitation of the intercom system  .....      380,924
For upgrading the water supply to B house  .....      187,633
For upgrade of the utility system ..............        7,177
             ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES
For completing the upgrade of the water distribution
  system, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      308,328
For replacement of Madison Cottage .............      504,802
For rehabilitation of the utilities ............       42,004
               TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For Health and Life Safety improvements  .......        2,115
             ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - VALLEY VIEW
For planning the upgrade of dormitory restrooms
  and fixtures .................................       68,560
(From Article 80, Section 6 of Public Act 89-0022):
For upgrading locking systems and doors
  in J Hall ....................................       13,520
                VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For completing Dormitory G renovation and
  replacement of the cold storage facility, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated ....        3,230
For rehabilitation of the south wall of
  Dormitory G ..................................       35,833
                 VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
For completing the rehabilitation of duct
  system and walls, in addition to
  funds previously appropriated ................    2,909,382
For upgrading the electrical system ............      455,994
For planning the upgrade of the steam
  distribution system ..........................      200,471
For planning the replacement of the
  absorption chiller and cooling tower .........       42,625
For upgrading the library and school
  buildings ....................................      107,592
For planning the rehabilitation of the
  duct system and walls ........................      138,027
For upgrading the water and sewer
  utilities ....................................      396,000
             ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - WARRENVILLE
For installation of bathroom fixtures in
  cottages .....................................       11,523
                          STATEWIDE
For planning, design, construction,
  equipment and all other necessary
  costs for a youth boot camp at a
  site to be chosen from the list of
  finalists not selected for the
  super maximum security prison  ...............    5,198,856
For planning the construction of
  two work camps at sites to be
  chosen from the list of finalists not
  selected for the super maximum
  security prison ..............................      153,941
For completion of planning, site improvements,
  utility upgrade, equipment and construction of
  three housing units to add 672 cells
  to the adult correctional system .............      317,978
For planning, construction, utilities, site
  improvements, equipment and other expenses
  necessary for the construction of a close
  supervision super maximum security prison ....   43,312,099
For upgrading for fire safety at five
  locations and replacing boilers...............    3,799,775
For correcting defects in the food preparation
  areas, including roofs .......................      215,323
For planning, construction, utilities,
  site improvements, and other expenses
  necessary for the construction of two
  minimum and one medium security
  prisons ......................................      204,213
For utilities, construction, planning,
  design, site improvements, rehabilitation,
  equipment, or any other means of acquiring
  community correctional centers, adult work
  camps, and boot camps ........................       26,609
For replacement of boiler systems at the
  following locations at the approximate
  costs set forth below: .......................       17,704
    Illinois Youth Center -
      Joliet .............................17,704
For renovation and improvements at various
  correctional facilities at the approximate
  costs set forth below: .......................      117,693
    Roof Replacement .....................70,000
    Road Repavement ......................47,693
For replacement of cell doors and locks
  and rehabilitation of locking systems at
  the following locations at the approximate
  costs set forth below: .......................      118,902
    Kankakee MSU
      For rehabilitation of locking
      systems ...........................118,902
For renovation of roads and parking lots
  and replacement of boilers at the
  following locations at the approximate
  costs set forth below ........................      176,152
    Dixon Correctional Center
      For roads and parking ..............30,000
    Hanna City Work Camp
      For roads and parking ..............37,000
    Logan Correctional Center
      For roads and parking ..............10,000
    Menard Correctional Center
      For roads and parking and
       replacement of boilers............168,832
    Vienna Correctional Center
      For roads ..........................30,000
For replacement of roofs at various Department of
  Corrections locations ........................      500,000
For roof replacement at the following
  locations at the approximate costs
  set forth below: .............................    1,109,004
    Dixon Correctional Center
      Five Buildings .....................25,000
    Dwight Correctional Center
      Three buildings ...................122,000
    Dwight Correctional Center
      Multi-Purpose Building .............85,000
    Graham Correctional Center
      Five buildings ....................125,000
    Graham Correctional Center
      Thirty-two buildings ..............150,000
    Hanna City Work Camp
      13 buildings ........................7,000
    Joliet Correctional Center
      Five buildings ....................160,000
    Logan Correctional Center
      Two buildings .....................200,000
    Menard Psychiatric Center
      Six buildings .....................485,000
    Menard Correctional Center
      Warehouse Building .................70,000
    Menard Correctional Center
      Five buildings ....................700,000
    Pontiac Correctional Center
      Nine buildings .....................40,000
    Pontiac Correctional Center
      Eight buildings ....................75,000
    Illinois Youth Center-
      St. Charles
      three buildings ...................175,000
    Sheridan Correctional Ctr
      Six buildings ......................50,000
    Stateville Correctional Ctr
      16 buildings .......................50,000
    Stateville Correctional Ctr
      Seven buildings ...................135,000
    Ill Youth Center-
      Valley View
      Administration Building and
      Kitchen Addition ..................100,688
    Illinois Youth Center-
      Warrenville
      One residential building ..........150,000
    Total, Section 5                              $89,519,706

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 78, Sec. 9)

    Sec. 9.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary  and remain unexpended at the close of
business on June 30, 1996, from  reappropriations  heretofore
made  for  such  purposes in  Article 80, Section 9 of Public
Act 89-0022, as amended, are reappropriated from the  Capital
Development  Fund  to  the  Capital Development Board for the
Department of Mental Health  and  Developmental  Disabilities
for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                 ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For rehabilitation of storm and sanitary sewers, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated .... $    528,468
For rehabilitation of storm and sanitary
  sewers, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................       11,579
For installation of security screens ...........       75,000
For replacement of domestic hot water
  lines in seven buildings .....................       19,048
For upgrading fire safety systems in
  eight buildings   ............................       43,900
For renovation of ceilings in Holly, Maple,
  Locust and Elm ...............................       42,444
For replacement of the chiller and
  connection of the HVAC to the energy
  management system ............................      149,551
For replacement of two cooling towers in
  the Willow Building ..........................       68,639
For installation of emergency generators
  in four buildings ............................       14,137
For rehabilitation of bathrooms for
  handicapped accessibility ....................       25,847
For rehabilitation of the electrical
  distribution system ..........................      105,257
                CHESTER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For replacement of windows and door frames, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated  ...       34,509
For construction of a storage building  ........      803,585
For renovation of the HVAC system ..............      148,822
For upgrading the security system ..............      390,000
For planning the replacement of the
  security windows .............................       15,607
For construction of a Rehabilitative
  Services building ............................       79,400
For replacement of the emergency generator .....      167,651
                      CHICAGO METRO C&A
For renovation of ISPI building ................    4,500,000
For planning and renovation of residential
  and program units for children and
  adolescent services ..........................    1,039,329
              CHICAGO READ MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For renovation of utility rooms and installation of
  drinking fountains ...........................      218,000
For renovation of the West Campus Nurses'
  Stations .....................................    1,304,000
For renovation of Henry Horner Children's Center
  and West Campus for fire and life safety
  codes ........................................    1,421,941
For renovation of the West Campus shower
  and toilet rooms .............................      685,520
For replacement of penthouse louvers at
  the West Campus ..............................       65,347
For installation of an emergency generator
  in Henry Horner Children's Center ............       15,158
For rehabilitation of the bathroom shower
  walls in ten buildings .......................       96,691
For improvement of the site drainage and
  for upgrading the fire lane ..................       62,698
        CHOATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For upgrading the mechanical equipment,
  in addition to funds previously
  appropriated ...................      522,080        92,668
For planning and beginning the renovation of a
  residential building .........................       75,131
For renovation of the kitchen and residential
  units for rethermalization and air
  condition the kitchen, in addition to
  funds previously appropriated  ...............      101,678
For separating and upgrading of the combined
  sewer system, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................      194,466
For rehabilitation of resident buildings
  and upgrading of temperature controls ........      793,150
For renovation of the kitchen for
  rethermalization and air conditioning ........      102,476
For planning the separation and beginning
  the renovation of the combined sewers  .......       35,634
For construction of a coal pile retaining
  wall .........................................       18,748
                 ELGIN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For upgrading and expanding the mechanical
  infrastructure, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    3,300,000
For renovation of the HVAC systems,
  replacement of windows and installation
  of security screens, in addition
  to funds previously appropriated .............    2,092,543
For construction of a Forensic Services
  Facility, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated  .....................   24,612,256
For upgrading and expanding mechanical
  infrastructure, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    1,350,571
For upgrading for fire and life safety .........      902,122
For planning the renovation of the Forensic
  Building and abating asbestos ................      251,946
For renovation of the Central Stores
  Building .....................................      181,034
For upgrading the Medical Building HVAC
  system and replacement of the cooling
  towers .......................................       21,336
For upgrading the security systems and
  constructing a multi-purpose building
  for the Forensic Complex .....................       64,550
For the demolition of the Old Main Building
  and construction of an Adult
  Psychiatric Center ...........................   14,751,842
                  FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For renovation of Building #8, in addition
  to funds previously appropriated .............    1,619,590
For renovation of the exterior of Building #1,
  in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      499,782
For planning the renovation of Building #8 .....       44,709
For installation of an elevator and
  rehabilitation of corridor exits .............       25,140
           HOWE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - TINLEY PARK
For renovation of residences ...................      797,135
For replacement of steam and
  condensate lines .............................      565,000
For renovation of homes and walkways ...........      581,784
For renovation of the boilers in the power
  plant ........................................      241,583
For renovation of bathrooms and utility rooms
  in ten residences ............................       11,904
     JACKSONVILLE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For replacement of code compliance
  generators ...................................      158,336
For providing storage space ....................      154,718
For planning and beginning electrical
  distribution renovation ......................       21,950
For replacement of piping and heating units ....      495,095
For rehabilitation of bathrooms and replacement
  of doors .....................................      595,847
For rehabilitation of the boilers, turbine
  generator and switchgear .....................       40,851
For installation of fire safety systems in
  four buildings and replacement of a
  code compliance generator ....................      545,074
For replacement of two water softeners and
  four heaters .................................       41,100
                 KILEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For renovation of homes ........................      630,000
For renovation of bathrooms in homes ...........      637,788
For installation of fire safety systems in
  six buildings ................................      187,025
                LINCOLN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For replacement of an absorber, in addition to
  funds previously appropriated ................      120,000
For upgrading the architectural and mechanical
  systems, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    1,528,728
For installation of a code compliance
  generator ....................................      107,000
For rehabilitation of the coal bunker
  in the Powerhouse ............................      261,000
For installation of rethermalization food
  service system ...............................      707,034
For expansion of the sprinkler system in
  four buildings ...............................      185,081
For renovation of the boilers, replacement of
  controls and tuckpointing the exterior .......      194,718
For installation of air conditioning in
  Coty and Dietary Buildings ...................       49,508
For upgrading the HVAC systems, including
  chillers .....................................      104,852
                LUDEMAN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For renovation of residences ...................      709,410
For renovation of residences ...................      783,000
For renovation of restrooms for accessibility
  in two buildings .............................      178,501
For renovation of bathrooms in 15 residences ...      157,589
For installation of automatic sprinkler
  and fire alarm system ........................        9,133
             MABLEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DIXON
For installation of a sewer screening system  ..       79,101
For construction of a dietary and stores
  building .....................................       19,002
             MADDEN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - HINES
For renovation of pavilions ....................      370,000
For upgrading residences for safety and
  security .....................................      330,898
For replacing controls for sewage ejector ......       39,000
For replacement of a cooling tower and
  chiller ......................................      288,922
For installation of return air fan systems .....       42,195
For replacement of hot water heaters ...........      129,975
For upgrade of the central kitchen and
  renovation of eight pavilions ................        6,062
        MCFARLAND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - SPRINGFIELD
For renovation of a residential building .......      483,226
For replacement of the HVAC control panel ......      191,759
           MURRAY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - CENTRALIA
For replacement of cooling towers ..............      581,288
For installation of fire safety systems ........    1,366,824
For rehabilitation of the electrical
  distribution system ..........................      237,000
For replacement of the sewage ejector
  equipment and bar screen .....................       24,971
For replacement of the boiler shell and
  controls .....................................        5,747
For rehabilitation of the hot water
  distribution system ..........................       48,665
For renovation of Daisy Cottage ................      125,349
           SHAPIRO DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - KANKAKEE
For replacement of the roof and masonry repair,
  in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      128,000
For replacement of valves in the powerhouse ....      276,000
For replacement of electrical feeder cable .....      212,000
For planning and beginning sewer and
  manhole renovation ...........................       57,645
  as amended):
For rehabilitation of the boilers ..............      587,000
For planning and replacement of windows ........      234,721
For installation of an emergency generator .....      646,000
For upgrading fire safety systems in the
  support buildings ............................      677,677
For upgrading the HVAC system and installation
  air conditioning in the Dietary Building .....      225,383
For replacement of expansion joints in the
  utility tunnels ..............................      107,208
For installation of emergency generators in
  three residences .............................      330,000
For installation of air conditioning in
  Building #704, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................      108,049
For replacement of hot water tanks in the
  Laundry Building .............................      191,431
For replacement of switches and switchgear,
  in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................      183,051
For replacement of the water softener
  system in the powerhouse .....................      107,000
For replacement of cooling towers in
  Buildings #100A and #100B ....................      132,813
For replacement of roofing systems and
  renovation of the exterior in two
  buildings ....................................       49,253
For replacement of the electrical switchgear
  in the Power Plant ...........................       29,421
For replacement of the heating system in
  the Work Activity Center .....................       37,210
For planning the installation of an air
  conditioning system for Building #704 ........       45,376
For upgrading the HVAC system in the
  Administration building and other
  buildings ....................................      233,321
For installation of air conditioning in
  Buildings #502 and #514 ......................      238,756
For upgrading the electrical system ............      124,571
For upgrade of the electrical distribution
  system .......................................       62,102
                 SINGER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For replacement of cooling tower, expansion
  tanks and test absorbers .....................      179,923
For replacement of the water main ..............      570,258
For replacement of HVAC pumps and valves .......      258,409
For replacement of mechanical equipment ........       34,638
              TINLEY PARK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER/
                  HOWE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
For renovating and making mechanical
  improvements to Spruce Hall ..................      302,823
For planning the rehabilitation of the
  electrical distribution system ...............      101,337
For installation of security screens, in
  addition to funds previously appropriated ....      142,161
For renovation for accessibility in four
  buildings ....................................      703,813
For planning the sewer system renovation and
  replacement of the rag catcher ...............      390,886
For renovation for fire and life safety in
  three residences .............................      625,000
For replacement of piping in Maple Hall ........      234,158
For renovation of nursing stations and
  medication rooms in three residences .........      591,298
For rehabilitation of the domestic hot water
  system for Willow and Pine Halls .............      108,263
For rehabilitation of the washrooms in
  Spruce Hall ..................................      108,000
For replacement of the windows in nine
  buildings ....................................       70,125
                 ZELLER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For renovation of Nurses' Stations and
  seclusion rooms ..............................    1,223,000
For replacement of the heating and cooling
  pumps ........................................       12,465
                          STATEWIDE
                         ALTON/ELGIN
For construction of a forensic services complex
  at Alton Mental Health Center and Elgin
  Mental Health Center, in addition to funds
  previously appropriated ......................    8,346,593
For conducting the preliminary design to
  construct, convert and/or rehabilitate
  a forensic facility ..........................      212,483
                          STATEWIDE
For replacement of the roofing systems,
  upgrading the ventilation systems, and
  enclosure of HVAC units at the following
  locations at the approximate costs set
  forth below: .................................        5,763
    Jacksonville Mental Health Ctr
      Gillespie and Drake buildings
      including the enclosure of the
      rooftop HVAC unit on Gillespie ......5,763
For upgrading and rehabilitation of roads,
  parking lots and drainage systems at the
  following locations at the approximate
  costs set forth below: .......................      105,769
    Chester Mental Health Center
      For rehabilitation of the
      drainage system and upgrading
      parking lots ......................113,986
For upgrading roads and parking lots at
  the following locations at the
  approximate costs set forth below: ...........       40,544
    McFarland Mental Health Ctr ...........5,544
    Shapiro Developmental Center .........35,000
For rehabilitation of water towers -
  Murray and Chester ...........................      500,000
For replacement of roofs at the following
  locations at the approximate costs set
  forth below: .................................    3,031,603
    Alton Mental Health Center -
      five buildings ....................342,687
    Choate Mental Health Center -
      three buildings ....................17,479
    Choate Mental Health and
      Developmental Center
      Five buildings .....................15,034
    Chester Mental Health Ctr
      21 buildings .......................49,555
    Elgin Mental Health Center -
      three buildings ....................52,000
    Elgin Mental Health Center
      Six Buildings .....................115,000
    Jacksonville Developmental Center -
      one building .......................53,750
    Lincoln Developmental Center -
      three buildings ...................413,510
    Lincoln Developmental Center
      four buildings ......................6,601
    Ludeman Developmental Center
      Support buildings ..................91,447
    Ludeman Developmental Center
      residences .........................22,158
    Mabley Developmental Center -
      one building ......................103,517
    Madden Mental Health Center -
      buildings and covered walkways .....72,822
    McFarland Mental Health Center -
      three buildings ...................144,240
    Meyer Mental Health Center -
      one building ......................315,514
    Shapiro Developmental Center -
      three buildings ...................187,000
    Shapiro Developmental Center
      two buildings ......................16,351
    Shapiro Developmental Center
      Five buildings .....................67,831
    Tinley Park Mental Health Center -
      one building .......................26,048
    Tinley Park Mental Health Ctr
      Oak Hall ..........................109,034
                   STATEWIDE - FIRE SAFETY
To renovate fire safety systems, including
  installation of sprinklers, at the following
  locations at the approximate costs set
  forth below: .................................      354,529
    Anna Mental Health and
      Developmental Center ...............12,318
    Singer Mental Health and
      Developmental Center ..............335,021
For fire safety and other work necessary to meet
  state and federal certification standards for
  the following projects:
For installation of sprinkler systems at
  Chicago-Read Mental Health Center ............      148,010
For installation of sprinkler systems at
  Murray Developmental Center ..................        2,000
For installation of sprinkler systems at
  Waukegan Developmental Center ................       18,547
    Total, Section 9                             $103,689,207

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 78, Sec. 21)

    Sec. 21.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary  and remain unexpended at the close of
business on June 30, 1996, from  reappropriations  heretofore
made  for  such purposes in  Article 80, Section 21 of Public
Act 89-0022, are reappropriated from the Capital  Development
Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  the Illinois
Community  College  Board  for   the   projects   hereinafter
enumerated:
                  BELLEVILLE AREA COLLEGE
For planning buildings, additions and
  site improvements ............................ $ 1,746,900
               DANVILLE AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For rehabilitation of infrastructure
  and beginning construction of a
  classroom facility ...........................    2,305,427
For rehabilitation of the infrastructure and
  planning campus buildings ....................    1,522,392
                      COLLEGE OF DUPAGE
For completing the addition to
  the Student Resource Center ..................    2,180,400
             ILLINOIS EASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For remodeling the Student Services Office
  facilities ...................................       26,557
For replacement of the roofing system ..........      104,172
                   ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For construction of addition, site improvements,
  remodeling and purchasing equipment ..........    9,192,689
(From Article 80, Section 23 of Public Act 89-0022):
For planning, design, site improvements, utility
  adjustments, and any other costs associated
  with construction of a new Instructional
  Building at Elgin Community College ..........      428,894
               JOHN A. LOGAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For planning an addition and site improvements .      409,400
For construction of classroom additions
  and remodeling the existing facility,
  including utilities and site improvements ....       33,745
                 JOHN WOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For construction of a science and technology
  center and access road .......................    1,697,465
                    JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE
For construction of a business and technology
  center and remodeling the main campus
  building .....................................    1,343,174
For planning, design and site preparation of
  a Business Technology Center .................       12,744
                KISHWAUKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For construction and reconstruction at
  the library ..................................      100,055
                   COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY
For construction of a multi-use Instructional
  Center, including acquisition of equipment
  and remodeling of existing facilities ........    5,421,861
For initial costs associated with planning,
  design, construction, site improvements,
  utilities, remodeling and equipment for
  a multi-use instructional facility ...........      774,155
For planning a multi-use instructional
  building .....................................      159,865
                LAKE LAND COLLEGE - EFFINGHAM
For construction of an education and
  technology center ............................       29,622
             LEWIS AND CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For renovation of buildings, construction of an
  addition and site improvements ...............      815,800
For construction of health, mathematics and
  science laboratory facilities and
  remodeling Forbes Hall .........    2,801,529       824,549
For renovation of the main complex .............      464,317
For planning, design, and site preparation,
  and construction of a multi-purpose
  building .....................................       24,932
                   MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE
For construction of an addition, including
  equipment, a parking area and
  site improvements ............................      291,590
For expansion of existing library facilities
  and construction of classrooms at McHenry
  County College ...............................       45,736
              MORAINE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For planning and constructing a new classroom
  facility .....................................      500,000
For providing for an architectural engineering
  study, renovations, construction,
  reconstruction and remodeling of Buildings
  A, B and L ...................................      483,482
           MORTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE - COOK COUNTY
For construction of an addition and
  site improvements ............................      272,000
                PARKLAND COLLEGE - CHAMPAIGN
For construction of a child care center
  and access drives ............................        9,820
               PRAIRIE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
For construction of a Learning Resource
  Center addition ..............................      942,828
                      REND LAKE COLLEGE
For construction of an aquatic and
  rehabilitation center ........................    1,694,587
For replacement of the roof ....................       30,889
                SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE
For construction of humanities,
  administration, and child care facilities
  and remodeling campus buildings ..............    4,552,440
For the planning, design and site preparation
  of a Humanities/Administration Building ......       60,426
           TRITON COMMUNITY COLLEGE - RIVER GROVE
For planning, site improvements, construction
  and other expenses necessary for the
  construction of an addition to the Learning
  Resource Center ..............................      182,692
      WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COMMUNITY COLLEGE -PALATINE
For planning, developing, and designing a multi-
  purpose telecommunications
  instructional delivery center ................      350,000
              STATEWIDE - CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS
For planning, construction and renovation
  to correct defectively designed or
  constructed community college facilities,
  provided that monies recovered based upon
  claims arising out of such defective design
  or construction shall be paid to the state
  as required by Section 105.12 of the Public
  Community College Act as reimbursement for
  monies expended pursuant to this
  appropriation ................................    5,300,930
    Total, Section 21                             $44,336,535

    Section   19.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended  by  changing  Article  81,  Section  5 as
follows:
    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 81, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  for  the  objects and
purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated from the General
Revenue Fund  to  the  Board  of  Higher  Education  to  meet
ordinary  and  contingent expenses for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1997:
  For Personal Services...........    1,580,800  $  1,630,800
  For State Contributions to Social
  Security, for Medicare..........                      8,800
  For Contractual Services........      441,700       416,700
  For Travel......................                     63,000
  For Commodities.................                     16,000
  For Printing....................                     23,000
  For Equipment...................       60,000        35,000
  For Telecommunications..........                     42,000
    Total                                          $2,235,300

    Section  20.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations   and
reappropriations,"  Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June 28,
1996, is amended  by  changing  Article  54,  Section  88  as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-501, Art. 54, Sec. 88)

    Sec.  88.  The sum of $500,000, or so much of that amount
as may be necessary, is appropriated  to  the  Department  of
Commerce  and Community Affairs from the General Revenue Fund
for a grant to the Southwest Central Dispatch,  headquartered
in the City of Palos Heights Hills.

    Section   21.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996, is amended by deleting Section 28 of Article 49.

    Section   22.    "AN   ACT   making   appropriations  and
reappropriations," Public  Act  89-0501,  approved  June  28,
1996,  is  amended  by  adding  Section  56  to Article 47 as
follows:

    (P.A. 89-0501, Art. 47, Sec. 56 new)

    Sec. 56.  The sum of $75,000, or so much thereof  as  may
be  necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business
on June 30, 1996, from an appropriation  heretofore  made  in
Article   51,   Section   87   of   Public  Act  89-0022,  is
reappropriated  from  the  General  Revenue   Fund   to   the
Environmental  Protection  Agency  for  a grant to the Forest
Preserve   District   of   DuPage   County   for    shoreline
stabilization  work  at  the  Herrick  Lane  Forest Preserve,
DuPage County.

    Section 99.  Effective date.  This Act takes effect  upon
becoming law.

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