D.C. Law 22-15. Fiscal Year 2017 Revised Local BudgetTemporary Adjustment Act of 2017.

D.C. Law 22-15. Fiscal Year 2017 Revised Local BudgetTemporary Adjustment Act of 2017.

AN ACT

To adjust, on anTemporary basis, certain allocations in the Fiscal Year 2017 Local Budget Act of 2016 pursuant to the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2017 Revised Local Budget Temporary Adjustment Act of 2017".

Note § 47-369.02, § 1-204.46

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 817 of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, approved March 13, 2009 (123 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 47-369.02), the Fiscal Year 2017 budgets for the following agencies shall be adjusted by the following amounts:

PART A. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FUNDS — SUMMARY OF EXPENSES

$66,050,000 is added (including $65,0781,000 in local funds (including $3,430,000 in dedicated taxes), $302,000 in other funds, and $667,000 in enterprise and other funds); to be allocated as follows:

Governmental Direction and Support

The appropriation for Governmental Direction and Support is decreased by $6,043,000 in local funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) Department of General Services. – ($6,043,000) is removed from local funds.

Economic Development and Regulation

The appropriation for Economic Development and Regulation is decreased by $37,700,000 in local funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) Department of Housing and Community Development. – $3,000,000 is added to be available in local funds;

(2) Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy. – ($40,000,000) is removed from local funds; and

(3) Commission on the Arts and Humanities. – ($700,000) is removed from local funds.

Public Safety and Justice

The appropriation for Public Safety and Justice is increased by $7,000,000 in local funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. – $2,000,000 is added to be available in local funds; and

(2) Department of Corrections. – $5,000,000 is added to be available in local funds.

Public Education

The appropriation for Public Education is increased by $8,701,000 in local funds (including $3,430,000 in dedicated taxes); to be allocated as follows:

(1) Office of the State Superintendent of Education. – $8,701,000 is added to be available in local funds (including $3,430,000 in dedicated taxes); provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Special Education Enhancement Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2017.

Human Support Services

The appropriation for Human Support Services is decreased by $200,000 in local funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) Department of Health. – ($200,000) is removed from local funds.

Public Works

The appropriation for Public Works is increased by $115,000 in other funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) District Department of the Environment. – $115,000 is added to be available in other funds.

Financing and Other

The appropriation for Financing and Other is increased by $93,510,000 (including $93,323,000 in local funds and $187,000 in other funds); to be allocated as follows:

(1) Repayment of Interest on Short-Term Borrowings. – ($1,250,000) is removed from local funds;

(2) Non-Departmental. – ($1,100,000) is removed from local funds;

(3) Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund. – $33,000 is added to be available in local funds;

(4) Emergency and Contingency Reserve Funds. – $95,640,000 is added to be available in local funds; and

(5) Convention Center Transfer. – $187,000 is added to be available in other funds.

Enterprise and Other

The appropriation for Enterprise and Other is increased by $667,000 in enterprise and other funds; to be allocated as follows:

(1) University of the District of Columbia. – $480,000 is added to be available in enterprise and other funds; and

(2) Washington Convention and Sports Authority. – $187,000 is added to be available in enterprise and other funds.

Sec. 3. Remaining Fiscal Year 2017 unexpended revenue of $194,011,000 shall be carried over into Fiscal Year 2018 as fund balance and shall be available as set forth in the approved Fiscal Year 2018 Budget and Financial Plan.

Sec. 4. Fifty percent of all Fiscal Year 2017 local agency underspending certified in the Fiscal Year 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report shall be allocated to the Workforce Investments account to pay for salary increases or other items required by the terms of collective bargaining agreements that will become effective in Fiscal Year 2018 and beyond.

Sec. 5. Capital project rescissions.

In Fiscal Year 2017, the Chief Financial Officer shall rescind capital project allotments as set forth in the following tabular array, with the savings to be used in accordance with the Fiscal Year 2018 Local Budget Act of 2017, passed on 2nd reading on June 13, 2017 (Enrolled version of Bill 22-242):

Project No Project Title Fund Detail Rescissions
AA237C Renovation of DC Armory 300 ($588.40)
AB102C Archives 300 ($1,724,000.00)
AD302C Citywide Streetlight Upgrade 330 ($0.01)
AH717C Community Initiatives 300 ($10,000.00)
AH7GPC Arts & Humanities Grants & Projects 300 ($25,790.83)
AW707C Boathouse Row 300 ($13,020.00)
AWT01C Walter Reed Redevelopment 300 ($1,404,646.66)
Walter Reed Redevelopment 301 ($595,353.34)
BF208C Performance Based Budgeting 300 ($1,885.27)
Performance Based Budgeting 303 ($5,820.00)
BP102C Small Capital Projects 314 ($900,000.00)
BR005C H Street Bridge 300 ($29,492,887.00)
H Street Bridge 309 ($1,500,000.00)
BU501C DOT GPS 300 ($1,000,000.00)
CAC38C Bundy School Child Advocacy Center Mod. 300 ($0.10)
CE307C Bridge Maintenance 300 ($525,105.46)
CG314C Tree Planting 301 ($2,600,000.00)
CSP02C Interim System Improvements 300 ($57,123.97)
DCI16C DFS Capital Improvement Program 301 ($500,000.00)
EA710B Neighborhood Revitalization 300 ($22,351.71)
EB304C Commercial Corridor Redevelopment 300 ($210.23)
Commercial Corridor Redevelopment 301 ($8,511.60)
EB307C Old Convention Center Redevelopment 300 ($0.23)
EB341C Capital Improvement Grants from Great Streets 301 ($63,393.00)
EB343C Georgia Avenue Great Streets 300 ($74,788.60)
EB402C Pennsylvania Avenue SE Properties 300 ($51,925.00)
EB405C Downtown Flood Barricade 301 ($2.00)
EB407C Baseball Academy 300 ($10.00)
ED302C Local Streets Parking Studies 330 ($10,957.53)
ED305C Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements 300 ($20,123.32)
EDS00C Great Streets Initiative 300 ($12,770.44)
EN701C OAG - Office Equipment & Fleet Upgrades 301 ($40,000.00)
EQ910E Master Equipment Lease – OCFO 302 ($0.01)
EW001C 11th Street Bridge 330 ($3,233.77)
G2501C Underground Fuel Storage Tank Removal 300 ($2,319.50)
G2502C Underground Fuel Storage Tank Removal 300 ($5,000.00)
GM314C Selective Additions/New Construction Lab 300 ($439,094.71)
HZ101C Renovate Unit 6, Oakhill Youth Center 300 ($0.01)
HZ105C YSA Transitional Living 300 ($0.35)
MH137C Dunbar SHS Modernization 300 ($1,045,723.99)
MO337C Moten ES Modernization/Renovation 300 ($46,351.51)
Moten ES Modernization/Renovation 301 ($0.09)
N1410C Electronic Security Standardization 300 ($0.01)
N1412C GOV. CTRS. POOL/Anacostia Gateway (FEMS & DDOT) 300 ($12,180.86)
NG337C Hart MS Modernization 300 ($30,515.75)
NG516C Grimke School Redevelopment 301 ($2,900,000)
NP000C Non-Participating Highway Trust Fund Support 300 ($448,141.89)
Non-Participating Highway Trust Fund Support 321 ($1,551,858.11)
NX437C Anacostia HS Modernization/Renovation 300 ($86,447.82)
PE337C Drew ES Modernization/Renovation 300 ($26,891.34)
PL801C Restore Eastern Market & Georgetown Library 301 ($3,789.03)
PLU00C Power Line Undergrounding 300 ($1,000,000.00)
QH750C Park Improvements - Project Management 300 ($1,086.27)
Park Improvements - Project Management 301 ($327,913.73)
QM601C Raymond Recreation Center 300 ($1,268.87)
Raymond Recreation Center 301 ($1,736.78)
QN501C Langdon Community Center Redevelopment 300 ($10.73)
RES01C Reservation 13 - Demolition & Site Work 300 ($0.52)
RG003C Playground Equipment 300 ($4,086.42)
RG011C Water Fountain Replacement 300 ($20.07)
RR015C Park Lighting 301 ($5,000.00)
SA306C H St/Benning/K St Line 300 ($1,274,230.71)
H St/Benning/K St Line 333 ($0.76)
SET38C Southeast Tennis and Learning Center 300 ($296,419.51)
Southeast Tennis and Learning Center 330 ($9,352.84)
SR096C Eastern Market Plaza & French Street Streetscape 300 ($100,000.00)
STH01C Strand Theater 300 ($55,591.32)
SWS13C Security Camera Upgrade 301 ($16,316.82)
WIL05C IT Upgrades 301 ($2,243,000.00)
YY156C Simon ES Renovation 300 ($60,404.77)
Simon ES Renovation 301 ($11,490.00)
YY161C Beers ES Modernization/Renovation 300 ($24,236.34)
YY169C Mann ES Modernization/Renovation 300 ($32,691.60)
YY191C Payne ES Renovation/Modernization 300 ($244,823.16)
Payne ES Renovation/Modernization 301 ($25,000.00)
YY192C Plummer ES Renovation/Modernization 300 ($3,764.70)
YY1RTC River Terrace Special Education Center 300 ($164,244.73)
River Terrace Special Education Center 301 ($36.00)
Grand Total ($53,165,540.10)

Sec. 6. 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 2017 the following amounts from certified fund balances and other revenue in the identified accounts to the General Fund of the District of Columbia:

Agency Fund Detail Fund Detail Title Proposed Sweep
Fixed Cost Commodity Reserve:
Commodities Cost Reserve Fund 5,000,000
Dedicated Taxes:
HT0 Healthy DC Fund 11,589,623
Other Special Purposes:
AE0 1243 Public-Private Partnership Administration Fund 50,000
AG0 0602 Lobbying Registration Fee Fund 56,665
AT0 6115 OFT Central Collection Unit 2,700,000
AT0 0606 Recorder of Deeds Surcharge 931,891
CB0 0616 Litigation Support 617,179
CB0 0615 Nuisance Abatement Fund 62,041
CF0 0618 Wage Theft 79,850
CI0 0600 Special Purpose Revenue 5,070,000
CR0 6006 Nuisance Abatement 13,789
CR0 6008 Real Estate Guarantee and Education Fund 596,434
CR0 6009 Real Estate Appraisal Fee 1,608,918
CR0 6010 OPLA - Special Account 288,657
CR0 6013 Basic Business License Fund 25,000
CR0 6020 Board of Engineers Fund 643,180
CR0 6030 Green Building Fund 218,771
CR0 6040 Corporate Recordation Fund 1,722,271
CR0 6045 Vending Regulations Fund 414,232
DB0 0610 DHCD Unified Fund 1,143,844
EB0 0609 Industrial Revenue Bond Program 1,893,807
EB0 0632 AWC & NCRC Development 2,506,193
FA0 1614 Miscellaneous 100,000
FB0 1555 Reimbursable from Other Governments 117,218
GD0 0618 Student Residency Verification Fund 300,000
HC0 0661 ICF / MR Fees and Fines 202,503
HC0 0605 SHPDA Fees 392,000
HC0 0673 DOH - Regulatory Enforcement Fund 76,473
HT0 0631 Medicaid Collections -3rd Party Liability 595,296
HT0 0633 Medicaid Recovery Audit Contractor 142
HC0 0655 SPHDA Admission Fee 19,469
HT0 0632 Bill of Rights - Grievance and Appeals 255,353
HT0 0634 Assessment Fund 74,089
JA0 0603 SSI Payback (Interim Disability Assistance) 1,227,153
KA0 6901 DDOT Enterprise Fund-Non Tax Revenues 825,298
KE0 6501 WMATA Operations Fund 48,777,018
KG0 0662 Renewable Energy Development Fund 4,000,000
KG0 0670 Anacostia River Clean Up Fund 500,000
SR0 2910 Foreclosure Mediation Fund 17,900
TC0 2400 Public Vehicles for Hire Consumer Service 500,000
Subtotal SPR 78,622,634
Total 95,212,257

(b) The total amount identified in subsection (a) of this section shall be made available as follows:

(1) $13,000,000 shall be made available in Fiscal Year 2017;

(2) The remaining amount shall be made available as set forth in the approved Fiscal Year 2018 Budget and Financial Plan.

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.

(a) 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), a 30-day period of congressional review as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02(c)(1)), and publication in the District of Columbia Register.

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect.