D.C. Act 23-351. Fiscal Year 2020 Revised Local Budget Adjustment Emergency Act of 2020.

D.C. Act 23-351. Fiscal Year 2020 Revised Local Budget Adjustment Emergency Act of 2020.

AN ACT

To adjust, on an emergency basis, certain allocations in the Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019 to maintain a balanced budget for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2020 Revised Local Budget Adjustment Emergency Act of 2020".

Note § 47-369.02, § 1-204.46

Sec. 2. The appropriations set forth in the Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019, effective August 31, 2019 (D.C. Law 23-11; 66 DCR 8242), are decreased by ($350,919,995) (including ($317,868,607) in local funds, ($23,355,258) in dedicated taxes, $9,000,000 in enterprise funds, and ($18,696,130) in other funds), to be allocated as follows:

Governmental Direction and Support

The appropriation for Governmental Direction and Support is decreased by ($9,712,253) in local funds, to be allocated as follows:

(1) Board of Ethics and Government Accountability. – ($71,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(2) Captive Insurance Agency. – ($107,966) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Contract Appeals Board. – ($61,621) is rescinded from local funds;

(4) Department of General Services. –$9,654,210 is added to local funds;

(5) Department of Human Resources. – $200,000 is added to local funds;

(6) Executive Office of the Mayor. – ($700,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(7) Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel. – ($425,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(8) Office of Campaign Finance. – ($483,149) is rescinded from local funds;

(9) Office of Contracting and Procurement. – ($2,365,951) is rescinded from local funds;

(10) Office of Disability Rights. – ($51,784) is rescinded from local funds;

(11) Office of Employee Appeals. – ($35,343) is rescinded from local funds;

(12) Office of Finance and Resource Management. – ($383,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(13) Office of Risk Management. – ($368,898) is rescinded from local funds;

(14) Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. – ($1,519,348) is rescinded from local funds;

(15) Office of the Chief Financial Officer. – ($2,000,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(16) Office of the Chief Technology Officer. – ($8,166,742) is rescinded from local funds;

(17) Office of the City Administrator. – ($350,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(18) Office of the Inspector General. – ($1,300,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(19) Office of the Secretary. – ($38,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(20) Office of the Senior Advisor. – ($86,769) is rescinded from local funds;

(21) Public Employee Relations Board. – ($127,526) is rescinded from local funds; and

(22) Expenditure Commission. – ($924,366) is rescinded from local funds.

Economic Development and Regulation

The appropriation for Economic Development and Regulation is decreased by ($17,805,648) in local funds, to be allocated as follows:

(1) Commission on the Arts and Humanities. – ($983,010) is rescinded from local funds;

(2) Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. – ($350,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Department of Employment Services. – ($2,900,783) is rescinded from local funds;

(4) Department of Housing and Community Development. – ($321,710) is rescinded from local funds;

(5) Department of Small and Local Business Development. – ($535,035) is rescinded from local funds;

(6) Housing Authority Subsidy. – ($15,871,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(7) Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment. – ($186,698) is rescinded from local funds;

(8) Office of Planning. – ($368,038) is rescinded from local funds;

(9) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. – $4,380,000 is added to local funds;

(10) Office of the People's Counsel. – ($74,226) is rescinded from local funds;

(11) Office of the Tenant Advocate. – ($311,897) is rescinded from local funds;

(12) Office of Zoning. – ($190,261) is rescinded from local funds;

(13) Real Property Tax Appeals Commission. – ($28,290) is rescinded from local funds; and

(14) Rental Housing Commission – ($64,700) is rescinded from local funds.

Public Safety and Justice

The appropriation for Public Safety and Justice is decreased by ($202,333,690) in local funds, to be allocated as follows:

(1) Corrections Information Council. – ($7,817) is rescinded from local funds;

(2) Criminal Code Reform Commission. – ($68,779) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. – ($231,285) is rescinded from local funds;

(4) Department of Corrections. – ($22,658,465) is rescinded from local funds;

(5) Department of Forensic Sciences. – ($1,119,022) is rescinded from local funds;

(6) District of Columbia National Guard. – ($112,481) is rescinded from local funds;

(7) District of Columbia Sentencing Commission. – ($120,204) is rescinded from local funds;

(8) Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. – ($72,750,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(9) Metropolitan Police Department. – ($97,519,285) is rescinded from local funds;

(10) Office of Administrative Hearings. – $74,350 is added to local funds;

(11) Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement. – ($454,788) is rescinded from local funds;

(12) Office of Police Complaints. – ($160,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(13) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. – ($2,392,373) is rescinded from local funds;

(14) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice. – ($92,174) is rescinded from local funds;

(15) Office of Unified Communications. – ($1,655,501) is rescinded from local funds; and

(16) Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants. – ($3,065,866) is rescinded from local funds.

Public Education System

The appropriation for Public Education System is decreased by ($18,792,741) in local funds, to be allocated as follows:

(1) District of Columbia Public Charter Schools. – $5,655,390 is added to local funds;

(2) District of Columbia Public Library. – ($1,411,494) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) District of Columbia Public Schools. – ($5,841,830) is rescinded from local funds;

(4) District of Columbia State Athletics Commission. – ($43,763) is rescinded from local funds;

(5) Non-Public Tuition. – ($303,922) is rescinded from local funds;

(6) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education. – ($4,488,495) is rescinded from local funds;

(7) Office of the State Superintendent of Education. – ($7,810,304) is rescinded from local funds;

(8) Special Education Transportation. – ($1,716,030) is rescinded from local funds;

(9) State Board of Education. – ($151,807) is rescinded from local funds; and

(10) University of the District of Columbia Subsidy Account. – ($2,680,486) is rescinded from local funds.

Human Support Services

The appropriation for Human Support Services is decreased by ($91,696,481) in local funds, to be allocated as follows:

(1) Child and Family Services Agency. – ($2,999,274) is rescinded from local funds;

(2) Department of Aging and Community Living. – ($1,527,525) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Department of Health. – ($6,291,168) is rescinded from local funds;

(4) Department of Health Care Finance. – ($57,223,759) is rescinded from local funds;

(5) Department of Human Services. – $12,084,296 is added to local funds;

(6) Department of Parks and Recreation. – ($3,415,809) is rescinded from local funds;

(7) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. – ($7,017,034) is rescinded from local funds;

(8) Department on Disability Services. – ($20,700,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(9) Employees' Compensation Fund. – ($3,789,438) is rescinded from local funds;

(10) Office of Human Rights. – ($728,995) is rescinded from local funds;

(11) Office of Veterans' Affairs. – ($8,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(12) Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs. – ($8,125) is rescinded from local funds; and

(13) Office on Latino Affairs. – ($71,650) is rescinded from local funds.

Public Works

The appropriation for Public Works is decreased by $50,234,867 (including ($8,183,479) in local funds, ($23,355,258) in dedicated taxes, and ($18,696,130) in other funds) to be allocated as follows:

(1) Department of Energy and Environment. – ($3,851,483) is rescinded from local funds;

(2) Department of For-Hire Vehicles. – ($369,569) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Department of Motor Vehicles. – $2,245,119 is added to local funds;

(4) Department of Public Works. – ($3,943,398) is rescinded from local funds;

(5) Department of Transportation. – ($2,184,399) is rescinded from local funds;

(6) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Operations and Infrastructure. – ($79,749) is rescinded from local funds; and

(7) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. – ($42,251,388) is rescinded (including ($23,355,258) from dedicated taxes and ($18,696,130) from other funds).

Financing and Other

The appropriation for Financing and Other is increased by $30,655,685 in local funds to be allocated as follows:

(1) Non-Departmental. – $13,753,300 is added to local funds;

(2) Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund. – ($17,000,000) is rescinded from local funds;

(3) Emergency and Contingency Reserve Funds. – $23,737,344 is added to local funds;

(4) Workforce Investments Account. – $2,037,034 is added to local funds;

(5) Settlements and Judgements. – ($871,993) is rescinded from local funds; and

(6) Convention Center Transfer. – $9,000,000 is added to local funds.

Enterprise and Other

The appropriation for Enterprise and Other is increased by $9,000,000 in enterprise funds to be allocated as follows:

(1) Washington Convention and Sports Authority. – $9,000,000 is added to enterprise funds.

Sec. 3. Advance payments to District of Columbia Public Schools and Public Charter Schools.

(a) Section 2 of the Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019, effective August 31, 2019 (D.C. Law 23-11; 66 DCR 8242), is amended as follows:

(1) The appropriation for District of Columbia Public Charter Schools is amended by striking the phrase "(as adopted by the District)" and inserting the phrase "(as approved by the Council on second reading)" in its place.

(2) The appropriation for District of Columbia Public Schools is amended by striking the phrase "(as adopted by the District)" and inserting the phrase "(as approved by the Council on second reading)" in its place.

(b) Notwithstanding section 2403(a)(2)(A)(i) of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.03(a)(2)(A)(i)), and section 107b of the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Act of 1998, effective April 13, 2005 (D.C. Law 15-348; D.C. Official Code § 38-2906.02) ("UPSFF Act"), for school year 2020-2021, the Mayor shall make the first quarterly payment required to be made to public charter schools pursuant to section 107b of the UPSFF Act no later than August 1, 2020.

(c) This section shall apply as of July 15, 2020.

Sec. 4. Designated fund transfers.

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of law limiting the use of funds in the accounts listed in the following chart, the Chief Financial Officer shall transfer in Fiscal Year 2020 the following amounts from certified fund balances and other revenue in the identified accounts to the General Fund of the District of Columbia:

Agency Code Agency Fund Detail Fund Name FY 2020
Special Purpose Revenue
AG0 BEGA 0601 Accountability Fund 60,000
AT0 OCFO 0606 Recorder of Deeds Surcharge 700,000
BD0 OP 2001 Historic Landmark and Historic District Filing Fees 127,039
BX0 DCCAH 0600 Arts and Humanities Enterprise Fund 222,753
CB0 OAG 0616 Litigation Support Fund 1,024,373
CF0 DOES 0619 DC Jobs Trust Fund 230,000
CI0 OCTFME 0600 Special Purpose Revenue 700,000
CQ0 OTA 6000 Rental Unit Fee Fund 462,101
CR0 DCRA 6009 R-E Appraisal Fee 75,000
CR0 DCRA 6040 Corporate Recordation Fund 5,895,623
CR0 DCRA 6050 Expedited Permit Review 1,150,000
DB0 DHCD 0610 DHCD Unified Fund 2,300,000
EB0 DMPED 0419 H St Retail Priority Area 324,764
EN0 DSLBD 6160 Streetscape Loan Relief Fund 44,080
FB0 FEMS 0601 FEMS Reform Fund 189,064
FL0 DOC 0605 Corrections Reimbursement Juveniles 268,000
GD0 OSSE 0620 Child Development Facilities Fund 86,737
GD0 OSSE 6007 Site Evaluation 40,000
GL0 DCSAC 0619 State Athletic Acts Programming and Office Fund 49,801
HC0 DOH 0605 SHPDA Fees 47,351
HC0 DOH 0632 Pharmacy Protection 286,116
HC0 DOH 0643 Board of Medicine 1,173,462
HT0 DHCF 0631 Medicaid Collections Third Party Liability 384,592
HT0 DHCF 0632 Bill of Rights (Grievances and Appeals) 1,596,337
KA0 DDOT 0643 Tree Fund 129,015
KG0 DOEE 0645 Pesticide Product Registration 361,081
KG0 DOEE 0647 Mold Assessment and Remediation 69,386
KG0 DOEE 6400 DC Municipal Aggregation Program 57,510
KG0 DOEE 6500 Benchmarking Enforcement Fund 102,134
KT0 DPW 6010 Super Can Program 37,751
KT0 DPW 6052 Solid Waste Diversion Fund 113,762
KT0 DPW 6082 Solid Waste Disposal Fee Fund 37,889
KT0 DPW 6591 Clean City Fund 205,723
KV0 DMV 6258 Motor Vehicle Inspection Station 1,200,000
LQ0 ABRA 6017 ABC - Import and Class License Fees 249,202
RJ0 MLCIA 0640 Subrogation Fund 4,321,489
RM0 DMH 0640 DMH Medicare and Third Party Reimbursement 188,400
SR0 DISB 2350 Securities and Banking Fund 1,100,000
SR0 DISB 2910 Foreclosure Mediation Fund 29,650
TO0 OCTO 0602 DC Net Services Support 3,295,975
UC0 OUC 1630 911 and 311 Assessments 1,455,501
Dedicated Taxes
BX0 DCCAH 0110 Commission on Arts and Humanities 1,245,000
HT0 DHCF 0111 Healthy DC Fund 449,244
LQ0 ABRA 0110 Dedicated Taxes 783,683
Local
BG0 ECF Employee Compensation Fund 500,000
CJ0 OCF Fair Elections Fund 400,000
KG0 DOEE CRIAC Relief Fund 3,000,000
UP0 WI Workforce Investments Fund 57,202,000
Total $ 93,971,588

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of law limiting the use of funds in the accounts listed in D.C. Official Code § 47-392.02(j-5)(1) and (2), the amounts deposited and committed to those accounts pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 47-392.02(j-5) in Fiscal Year 2020, based on the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2019, shall, after such deposits and commitments have been made, be transferred by the Chief Financial Officer before the end of Fiscal Year 2020 to the unassigned balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia.

(c) The amounts identified in subsections (a) and (b) of this section shall be made available as set forth in the approved Fiscal Year 2021 Budget and Financial Plan.

Sec. 5. Capital project reallocations.

In Fiscal Year 2020, the Chief Financial Officer shall rescind or adjust capital project allotments as set forth in the following tabular array, with the savings to be used as set forth in the approved Fiscal Year 2021 Budget and Financial Plan:

Owner Agency Project No Project Title Fund Detail Total
AB0 WIL04C JOHN A. WILSON BUILDING FUND 300 (825,000)
301 (175,000)
AM0 BC101C FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT 300 (567,438)
PL104C ADA COMPLIANCE POOL 300 (200,000)
PL402C ENHANCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE 300 (48,903)
304 (101,097)
PL601C HVAC REPAIR RENOVATION POOL 300 210,000
PL901C ENERGY RETROFITTING OF DISTRICT BUILDING 300 (891,664)
SPC01C DC UNITED SOCCER STADIUM 300 (1,118,607)
AT0 IFSMPC MP-NEW FINANCIAL SYSTEM 304 43,117,668
BA0 AB102C ARCHIVES 300 (11,869,946)
BN0 BRM26C HSEMA EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER RENOVA 300 (250,000)
CF0 PFL08C PAID FAMILY LEAVE IT APPLICATION 304 (16,500,000)
EB0 AWR01C SAINT ELIZABETHS E CAMPUS INFRASTRUCTURE 300 53,812,655
301 (11,000,000)
CHN19C CHILDREN'S NATIONAL 300 (10,000,000)
309 10,000,000
FB0 LC837C RELOCATION OF ENGINE COMPANY 26 300 (3,850,000)
GA0 GM121C MAJOR REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 300 365,000
OA737C STODDERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MODERNIZATION 300 500,000
SG403C KEY ES 300 (500,000)
TB137C BRENT ES MODERNIZATION 300 (8,976,668)
HA0 BSM37C BENNING STODDERT MODERNIZATION 300 (12,398)
NPKPPC NATIONAL PARK PURCHASE 300 (5,000,000)
Q11HRC HILLCREST RECREATION CENTER 300 (57,648)
QE238C RIDGE ROAD RECREATION CENTER 300 (9,954)
QL201C OFF-LEASH DOG PARKS 301 (1,550,000)
QM701C CHEVY CHASE COMMUNITY CENTER 300 (6,500,000)
QN702C ATHLETIC FIELD AND PARK IMPROVEMENTS 300 80,000
301 (80,000)
JA0 HSW04C WARD 4 TEMPORARY HOUSING FOR FAMILIES 300 (129,000)
PSH01C PSH UNITS FOR SENIOR WOMEN 300 5,673,332
304 (5,673,332)
KA0 AW031C S CAPITOL ST/FREDERICK DOUGLASS BRIDGE 310 23,900,000
BR005C H STREET BRIDGE 300 (10,541,000)
LMB31C NEW YORK AVENUE MEDIAN STREETSCAPES 300 (1,000,000)
LMSAFC SAFETY & MOBILITY 300 1,039,000
SA394C STREETCAR - BENNING EXTENSION 300 (25,000,000)
SR304C LOCAL STREETS WARD 4 300 825,000
301 (825,000)
KT0 CP201C COMPOSTING FACILITY 301 (1,075,000)
FLW02C DPW - FLEET VEHICLES > $100K 301 (3,375,000)
Grand Total 11,820,000

Sec. 6. Notwithstanding any provision of law, the $3,204,936 to be received by the District from the sale of Parcel 17 on the St.

Elizabeths campus shall be made available as set forth in this act.

Sec. 7. Fiscal impact statement.

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal impact statement required by section 4a of the General Legislative Procedures Act of 1975, approved October 16, 2006 (120 Stat. 2038; D.C. Official Code § 1-301.47a).

Sec. 8. Effective date.

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), and shall remain in effect for no longer than 90 days, as provided for emergency acts of the Council of the District of Columbia in section 412(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 788; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.12(a)).