Votes on Rosen Report Items & Text of LD 1843, the FY2014 Supplemental Budget

The full text and fiscal note for LD 1843 (the FY2014 Supplemental Budget) is available here

Today Appropriations took a series of unanimous votes on an FY15 supplemental budget by approving several items from the Rosen Report.

Audio from today’s meeting may be found here: https://soundcloud.com/user576293011/afa-03202014

Department Initiative FY15 Line
Potato Board Reduces funding through a reduction of the Maine Potato Board’s Operational expenditures

1,710

6

Corrections Recognizing revenue changes resulting from the revision of work release terms from 12 months to 18 months

7,303

8

Corrections Recognizing revenue changes resulting from the revision of work release terms from 12 months to 18 months

12,429

14

Corrections Recognizing revenue changes resulting from the revision of work release terms from 12 months to 18 months

1,522

16

Corrections Reduces funding through the management of overtime

550,000

20

Corrections Recognizing revenue changes resulting from the revision of work release terms from 12 months to 18 months

2,179

22

Corrections Reduces funding for reduced lease costs

15,000

24

Corrections Recognizing revenue changes resulting from the revision of work release terms from 12 months to 18 months

61,431

33

Arts Commission Reduces PS as a result of salary savings

8,038

38

Charter School Commission Reduces funding for general operations

1,594

39

Cultural Affairs Council Reduces funding in the New Century Program

8,512

41

Education GPA- Reduces funding for contracted services

107,000

48

Education GPA- Reduces funding for technology costs

50,000

49

Education-Leadership team Reduces funding for operating expenses

642

51

Education-Leadership team Reduces funding for accounting services from DAFS

5,861

52

Education- PK-20 Eliminates various positions

75,580

53

Education- School finance and Operations Reduces funding for operating expenses

613

55

Education- Special Services Team Reduces funding for operating expenses

1,417

56

Education- State Board of Education Reduces funding for per diem payments to board members

600

57

Education- State Board of Education Reduces funding for travel reimbursements to board members

1,106

58

Maine State Library Reduces funding achieved by the outsourcing of computer hardware and service agreements

20,000

61

DAFS- FHM Recognizes payment from FAME back to the State as dedicated FHM revenue

8,019

67

IFW Reduces funding one-time by transferring part of one Public Service Coordinator I position GF to the Lifetime License Fund account

8,211

96

Centers for Innovation Reduces funding

1,254

113

DECD Reduces funding by reallocating Service Center costs

124,241

114

DMR Provides funding for scallop and sea urchin sampling contracts

(10,000)

126

DMR Reduces funding by transferring the cost of one Marine Resource Scientist II position from 75% GF and 25% FF to 25% GF, 25% FF and 50% OSR

37,409

127

DMR Reduces funding by transferring the cost of one Marine Resource Scientist II position from 75% GF and 25% FF to 25% GF, 25% FF and 50% OSR

(37,409)

128

DAFS Eliminates various positions

105,756

130

Treasurer Reduces funding for banking services

20,073

133

DAFS- MRS Reduces funding to reflect salary savings from managing vacancies

139,649

135

DPS- State Police Reduces funding to reflect salary savings from managing vacancies

277,293

136

Ethics Reduces funding in AO as a result of savings in general operations and supplies

1,441

144

DPS- Gambling Control Board Reduces funding in PS by freezing one vacant State Police Detective position

96,309

145

Schedule

The committee will continue its work Friday following session and on Saturday beginning at 1:00PM.

The full schedule may be found here: http://www.maine.gov/legis/ofpr/appropriations_committee/schedule_agendas/index.htm

As always please join the committee in Room 228, listen online at: http://www.maine.gov/legis/ofpr/appropriations_committee/audio/index.htm or watch MPBN’s Capitol Connection broadcast either here: http://www.mpbn.net/News/MaineCapitolConnection.aspx, over the air or through your cable provider.

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