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Commonwealth of Virginia Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium 2012-2014 Biennial Budget Office of Natural Resources B-3 Part B: Executive Budget

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Commonwealth of Virginia Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium 2012-2014 Biennial BudgetOffice of Natural Resources B-3 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium OFFICE OF NATURAL RESOURCES The Honorable Doug Domenech, Secretary of Natural Resources The Secretary of Natural Resources advises the Governor on natural resources and  energy issues and works to advance the Governor’s top environmental priorities. The  Secretary oversees agencies that protect, manage, and restore the Commonwealth’s  natural and historic resources. The Secretary’s office and all of the natural resources  agencies work together to  uphold the provisions of Article XI of the Virginia  Constitution. Off ice of Natural Resources Includes: Secretary of Natural Resources Department of Ga m e and Inland Fisheries Chippokes Plantation Farm Foundation Department of Historic Resources Department of Conservation and Recreation Marine Resources Commission Department of Environmental Quality Virginia Museum of Natural History B-4 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium Commonwealth of Virginia Office of Natural Resources2012-2014 Biennial Budget Off ice of Natural Resources Operating Budget History Financing of the Office of Natural Resources* Based on 2012‐2014 Proposed Operating Budget *Funds with totals less than 1% have not been included 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Millions 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Nongeneral Fund General Fund ENTERPRISE 3.2% TRUST AND AGENCY 9.6% FEDERAL TRUST 19.7% SPECIAL 10.2% GENERAL 29.7% DEDICATED SPECIAL REVENUE 27.6% Commonwealth of Virginia Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium 2012-2014 Biennial BudgetOffice of Natural Resources B-5 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium The Secretary of Natural Resources advises the Governor on natural resources and energy issues and works to advance the Governor's top environmental priorities. The Secretary oversees agencies that protect, manage, and restore the Commonwealth’s natural and historic resources. The Secretary's off ice and all of the natural resources agencies work together to uphold the provisions  of Article XI of the Virginia Constitution. Recommended Operating Budget Addenda  Distribute Central Appropriation amounts to agency  budgets Adjusts the agency budget to reflect amounts moved to or from Central Appropriations to cover the costs of items such as changes in retirement and other benef it contribution rates, as well as the distribution of other centrally funded items.  Adjust funding to reflect changes in information  technology and telecommunication charges Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of information technology and telecommunication charges based on changes in utilization, services, and rate changes approved by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission on July 1, 2010, and September 1, 2011.  Adjust funding to reflect changes in rent charges at the  seat of government Provides additional funding to cover the general fund share of increased rent charges at the seat of government. The rent rate increase, the first in six years, results from additional costs to maintain facilities.  Fund changes in state employee workers' compensation  premiums Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of state employee workers' compensation premiums based on the allocation of FY 2013 and FY 2014 program costs provided by the Department of Human Resource Management. The allocation is based on the historical experience of the  agency and reflects the current policy of providing agencies with 50 percent of any increased costs and allowing agencies to retain 50 percent of any reduced costs. Chippokes Plantation Farm Foundation provides the public with an enjoyable education experience, which focuses on the history of agriculture, forestry, and conservation. Located on the banks of  the historic James River, the Foundation operates one of the oldest continuously farmed plantations in the country. Secretary of Natural Resources Operating Budget Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Personnel  Costs 2009 Appropriation $ 670,332 $0 $606,029 2010 Appropriation $667,714 $0 $606,029 2011 Appropriation $591,029 $0 $514,736 2012 Appropriation $591,029 $ 100,000 $614,736 2013 Base Budget $591,029 $ 100,000 $620,588 2013 Addenda $7,392 $0 $6,146 2013 To t a l $598,421 $ 100,000 $626,734 2014 Base Budget $591,029 $ 100,000 $620,588 2014 Addenda $7,988 $0 $6,146 2014 To t a l $ 599,017 $ 100,000 $626,734 Authorized Positions Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Total  Positions 2009 Appropriation 6.00 0.00 6.00 2010 Appropriation 6.00 0.00 6.00 2011 Appropriation 6.00 0.00 6.00 2012 Appropriation 6.00 0.00 6.00 2013 Base Budget 6.00 0.00 6.00 2013 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2013 To t a l 6.00 0.00 6.00 2014 Base Budget 6.00 0.00 6.00 2014 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2014 To t a l 6.00 0.00 6.00 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ 6,110 $6,110 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $(482) $(482) FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $1,763 $2,350 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $1 $10 Chippokes Plantation Farm Foundation Operating Budget Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Personnel  Costs 2009 Appropriation $137,842 $67,103 $0 2010 Appropriation $84,181 $100,103 $147,937 2011 Appropriation $117,078 $67,103 $ 178,440 2012 Appropriation $117,078 $67,103 $ 178,440 2013 Base Budget $117,078 $67,103 $165,409 2013 Addenda $537 $691 $336 2013 To t a l $ 117,615 $ 67,794 $165,745 2014 Base Budget $117,078 $67,103 $165,409 2014 Addenda $546 $691 $336 2014 To t a l $ 117,624 $ 67,794 $165,745 B-6 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium Commonwealth of Virginia Office of Natural Resources2012-2014 Biennial Budget Recommended Operating Budget Addenda  Distribute Central Appropriation amounts to agency  budgets Adjusts the agency budget to reflect amounts moved to or from Central Appropriations to cover the costs of items such as changes in retirement and other benef it contribution rates, as well as the distribution of other centrally funded items.  Fund changes in state employee workers' compensation  premiums Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of state employee workers' compensation premiums based on the allocation of FY 2013 and FY 2014 program costs provided by the Department of Human Resource Management. The allocation is based on the historical experience of the  agency and reflects the current policy of providing agencies with 50 percent of any increased costs and allowing agencies to retain 50 percent of any reduced costs.  Provide funding to agencies for changes in payroll  processing costs Provides funding for organizational changes related to processing payroll that are expected to achieve long term efficiencies.  The Department of Conservation and Recreation provides opportunities that encourage and enable people to enjoy, protect, and restore Virginia's natural and cultural resources. Recommended Operating Budget Addenda  Distribute Central Appropriation amounts to agency  budgets Adjusts the agency budget to reflect amounts moved to or from Central Appropriations to cover the costs of items such as changes in retirement and other benef it contribution rates, as well as the distribution of other centrally funded items.  Remove funding for deposit to the Civil War Historic Site  Preservation Fund Removes general fund appropriation that was included in FY 2012 for transfer to the Department of Historic Resources for deposit to the Civil War Historic Site Preservation Fund. Authorized Positions Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Total  Positions 2009 Appropriation 2.00 0.00 2.00 2010 Appropriation 2.00 0.00 2.00 2011 Appropriation 2.00 0.00 2.00 2012 Appropriation 2.00 0.00 2.00 2013 Base Budget 2.00 0.00 2.00 2013 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2013 To t a l 2.00 0.00 2.00 2014 Base Budget 2.00 0.00 2.00 2014 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2014 To t a l 2.00 0.00 2.00 FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $691 $691 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $(90) $(81) FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $627 $627 Department of Conservation and Recreation Operating Budget Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Personnel  Costs 2009 Appropriation $45,768,934 $70,647,490 $38,637,311 2010 Appropriation $ 55,474,935 $75,051,344 $39,667,196 2011 Appropriation $ 71,191,797 $85,153,345 $ 39,240,984 2012 Appropriation $ 43,486,306 $85,081,172 $ 40,451,425 2013 Base Budget $ 43,486,306 $85,081,172 $40,157,250 2013 Addenda $ 2,360,769 $459,529 $758,015 2013 To t a l $45,847,075 $ 85,540,701 $40,915,265 2014 Base Budget $ 43,486,306 $85,081,172 $40,157,250 2014 Addenda $ (4,594,030) $(5,956,228) $758,015 2014 To t a l $ 38,892,276 $ 79,124,944 $40,915,265 Authorized Positions Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Total  Positions 2009 Appropriation 439.50 99.50 539.00 2010 Appropriation 419.50 97.50 517.00 2011 Appropriation 416.50 100.50 517.00 2012 Appropriation 436.50 100.50 537.00 2013 Base Budget 436.50 100.50 537.00 2013 Addenda ‐13.00 0.00 ‐13.00 2013 To t a l 423.50 100.50 524.00 2014 Base Budget 436.50 100.50 537.00 2014 Addenda ‐13.00 0.00 ‐13.00 2014 To t a l 423.50 100.50 524.00 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $294,356 $294,356 Nongeneral Fund $104,786 $104,786 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (1,000,000) $ (1,000,000) Commonwealth of Virginia Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium 2012-2014 Biennial BudgetOffice of Natural Resources B-7 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium  Remove funding for deposit to the Virginia Land  Conservation Fund Removes general fund appropriation provided in FY 2012 for deposit to the Virginia Land Conservation Fund.  Remove nongeneral fund appropriation for the  Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Removes nongeneral fund appropriation established by the General Assembly for the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund. Historically, the General Assembly appropriates these funds for specific projects approved by the legislative Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Advisory Committee.  Remove pass‐through funding for Soil and Water  Conservation District operations Removes general fund appropriation provided by the General Assembly in FY 2012 for operational support for Soil and Water Conservation Districts.  Adjust the base nongeneral fund appropriation for the  Water Quality Improvement Fund to reflect annual  spending Adjusts the agency's base appropriation for the Water Quality Improvement Fund to accurately reflect ongoing annual expenditures.  Increase the nongeneral fund appropriation for the  Conservation Resources Fund Increases the Conservation Resources Fund appropriation to reflect an anticipated increase in revenues from a growth in park patronage.  Moneys in the fund are used to support park operating and capital needs.   Increase the nongeneral fund appropriation for the Land  Preservation Fund  Increases the Land Preservation Fund appropriation to support additional revenue transferred from the Department of Taxation related to collaborative work with the land preservation tax credit.  Provide nongeneral fund appropriation for nonpoint  source reduction programs Adjusts the agency's appropriation for the Natural Resources Commitment Fund (NRCF); a subfund of the Water Quality Improvement Fund. Moneys in the NRCF are used to promote nonpoint source reduction programs; specifically agricultural best management practices.    Reflect the creation of a Stormwater Division Reflects an internal agency reorganization that consolidates the former Divisions of Soil and Water Conservation and Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance into a single new Division of Stormwater Management.   Reflect the realignment of service areas related to  planning and recreation Streamlines the agency’s structure by consolidating the Financial Assistance for Recreational Development service area into the Natural Outdoor Recreational and Open Space Resource Research, Planning, and Technical Assistance service area.  Adjust funding to reflect changes in information  technology and telecommunication charges Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of information technology and telecommunication charges based on changes in utilization, services, and rate changes approved by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission on July 1, 2010, and September 1, 2011.  Adjust funding to reflect changes in rent charges at the  seat of government Provides additional funding to cover the general fund share of increased rent charges at the seat of government. The rent rate increase, the first in six years, results from additional costs to maintain facilities.  Authorize the use of Water Quality Improvement Fund  reserve balances for stormwater planning assistance for  localities Provides language authorizing the use of cash balances in the Water Quality Improvement Fund reserve to provide technical assistance to localities for stormwater management. FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (1,000,000) $ (1,000,000) FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $ (311,777) $ (311,777) FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (1,000,000) $ (1,000,000) FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $ (19,449,174) $ (19,449,174) FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $1,600,000 $ 1,600,000 FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $70,000 $ 70,000 FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $ 17,995,694 $ 11,579,937 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ 110,788 $110,788 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $37,605 $50,140 B-8 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium Commonwealth of Virginia Office of Natural Resources2012-2014 Biennial Budget  Fund changes in state employee workers' compensation  premiums Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of state employee workers' compensation premiums based on the allocation of FY 2013 and FY 2014 program costs provided by the Department of Human Resource Management. The allocation is based on the historical experience of the  agency and reflects the current policy of providing agencies with 50 percent of any increased costs and allowing agencies to retain 50 percent of any reduced costs.  Provide funding for deposit to the Water Quality  Improvement Fund Provides general fund appropriation for a mandatory deposit to the Water Quality Improvement Fund (WQIF) within the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). This amount is based on a total of $50.3 million from FY 2011 year‐ end surpluses designated for deposit to  the WQIF. Of this total amount, the Secretary of Natural Resources has designated 10 percent for deposit to the WQIF within DCR and 90 percent for deposit to the WQIF within the Department of Environmental Quality.  Provide funding for relocation and consolidation of  off ices to the Main Street Center Provides general fund appropriation for costs associated with the relocation and consolidation of the Richmond off ices of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) into one facility: the Main Street Center.  This move is expected to save costs to both  DCR and the Department of General Services due to eff iciencies achieved.  Provide funding to agencies for changes in payroll  processing costs Provides funding for organizational changes related to processing payroll that are expected to achieve long term efficiencies.  Recommended Savings Addenda  Eliminate currently vacant positions Eliminates vacant positions within the Department of Conservation and Recreation: one in the administrative service area, four in the stormwater division, seven in the state park division, and one in the design and recreation division.  None of these positions are currently f illed and all have been vacant for several years.    Reset f inancial assistance to Soil and Water Conservation  Districts Resets financial assistance to the Soil and Water Conservation Districts based on a change in the agency's determination of funding amounts provided.  Supplant general fund appropriation with revenue  generated by increasing park service fees Supplants general fund appropriation supporting agency operating costs with increased revenue from targeted increases to state park fees.   State park fees are adjusted periodically to reflect market and user demands.  The Department of Environmental Quality protects and enhances Virginia’s environment, and  promotes the health and well being of the citizens of the Commonwealth. FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $4,380 $10,734 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $5,029,933 $0 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $1,943,755 $0 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $86,792 $86,792 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (650,000) $ (650,000) Authorized Positions ‐13.00 ‐13.00 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (1,046,840) $ (1,046,840) FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $ (450,000) $ (450,000) Nongeneral Fund $ 450,000 $450,000 Department of Environmental Quality Operating Budget Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Personnel  Costs 2009 Appropriation $41,280,848 $ 177,659,797 $69,843,099 2010 Appropriation $36,860,814 $ 176,909,797 $69,843,099 2011 Appropriation $ 36,800,630 $ 121,954,797 $ 63,421,145 2012 Appropriation $ 32,853,834 $ 121,954,797 $63,469,794 2013 Base Budget $ 32,853,834 $ 121,954,797 $63,491,031 2013 Addenda $ 46,030,243 $ (1,988,255) $428,686 2013 To t a l $ 78,884,077 $ 119,966,542 $ 63,919,717 2014 Base Budget $ 32,853,834 $ 121,954,797 $63,491,031 2014 Addenda $137,197 $ (1,988,255) $ 430,538 2014 To t a l $ 32,991,031 $ 119,966,542 $63,921,569 Commonwealth of Virginia Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium 2012-2014 Biennial BudgetOffice of Natural Resources B-9 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium Recommended Operating Budget Addenda  Distribute Central Appropriation amounts to agency  budgets Adjusts the agency budget to reflect amounts moved to or from Central Appropriations to cover the costs of items such as changes in retirement and other benef it contribution rates, as well as the distribution of other centrally funded items.  Adjust the nongeneral fund appropriation for waste tire  revenue Reduces the nongeneral fund appropriation included in the agency's base for grants made in accordance with the waste tire program to reflect a transfer of revenues to the Commonwealth Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund in the Department of Transportation.    Move the Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund  appropriation from the Water Protection program to the  Land Protection program Transfers the Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund appropriation from the Water Protection program to the Land Protection program.  Reallocate dedicated special revenue appropriation  between service areas Reallocates dedicated special revenue appropriation between service areas to better align the agency's budget with projected expenditures.   Reallocate federal funds between service areas Reallocates federal fund appropriation between service areas to better align the agency's budget with projected expenditures.  Reallocate general fund appropriation between service  areas Reallocates general fund appropriation between service areas to better align the agency's budget with projected expenditures.  Reallocate the Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund  between service areas Reallocates the Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund appropriation between service areas for better alignment with projected expenditures.  Reallocate Title V Fund between service areas Reallocates the Title V Fund appropriation between service areas to align the agency's budget with expenditures.  Adjust funding to reflect changes in information  technology and telecommunication charges Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of information technology and telecommunication charges based on changes in utilization, services, and rate changes approved by the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission on July 1, 2010, and September 1, 2011.  Delete language relating to the Interstate Commission on  the Potomac River Basin Strikes language relating to the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin.  This action aligns the Appropriation Act with a decision of the 2011 General Assembly to eliminate all funding for the commission.  Delete outdated language in the Appropriation Act  pertaining to waste Deletes language in the Appropriation Act pertaining to outdated solid waste fee structure.   Fund changes in state employee workers' compensation  premiums Adjusts the agency's budget for the general fund share of state employee workers' compensation premiums based on the allocation of FY 2013 and FY 2014 program costs provided by the Department of Human Resource Management. The allocation is based on the historical experience of the  agency and reflects the current policy of providing agencies with 50 percent of any increased costs and allowing agencies to retain 50 percent of any reduced costs. Authorized Positions Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Total  Positions 2009 Appropriation 392.50 503.50 896.00 2010 Appropriation 392.50 503.50 896.00 2011 Appropriation 393.50 503.50 897.00 2012 Appropriation 390.50 503.50 894.00 2013 Base Budget 390.50 503.50 894.00 2013 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2013 To t a l 390.50 503.50 894.00 2014 Base Budget 390.50 503.50 894.00 2014 Addenda 0.00 0.00 0.00 2014 To t a l 390.50 503.50 894.00 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $86,861 $86,861 Nongeneral Fund $ 341,745 $ 341,745 FY 2013 FY 2014 Nongeneral Fund $ (2,330,000) $ (2,330,000) FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $112,775 $ 112,775 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $16,213 $17,561 B-10 Part B: Executive Budget 2012-2014 Biennium Commonwealth of Virginia Office of Natural Resources2012-2014 Biennial Budget  Provide funding for a portion of FY 2013 Title V program  costs Provides general fund appropriation to partially support the Title V program in FY 2013.  A separate language addenda directs establishment of fees sufficient to support the full costs of the program for the remainder of FY 2013 and the entirety of  FY 2014.  Provide funding for deposit to the Water Quality  Improvement Fund Provides general fund appropriation for a mandatory deposit to the Water Quality Improvement Fund (WQIF) within the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).   This amount is based on a total of $50.3 million from FY 2011 year‐end surpluses designated for deposit to the  WQIF.  Of this total amount, the Secretary of Natural Resources has designated 10 percent for deposit to the WQIF within the Department of Conservation and Recreation and 90 percent for deposit to the WQIF within DEQ.  Provide language directing stakeholders to reach  agreement on fee structure for supporting the state Title  V program Provides language clarifying that stakeholders affected by the Title V program must reach a compromise on a fee structure that is adequate to support all Title V costs, or administration of the state program may return  to the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Recommended Savings Addenda  Eliminate Chesapeake Bay Foundation funding for field  studies Prioritizes resources to meet standards of Virginia's Watershed Implementation Plan by eliminating pass‐through funding to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.  The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries mission is to manage Virginia's wildlife and inland fish to maintain optimum populations of all species to serve  the needs of the Commonwealth; to provide opportunity for all to enjoy wildlife, inland fish, boating and related outdoor recreation; and to promote safety for persons and property in connection with boating, hunting and fishing. Recommended Operating Budget Addenda  Distribute Central Appropriation amounts to agency  budgets Adjusts the agency budget to reflect amounts moved to or from Central Appropriations to cover the costs of items such as changes in retirement and other benef it contribution rates, as well as the distribution of other centrally funded items. The Department of Historic Resources (DHR) fosters, encourages,  and supports the stewardship and use of Virginia’s signif icant architectural, archaeological, and historic resources as valuable assets for the economic, educational, social, and cultural benef it of citizens and communities. FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $625,000 $0 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $45,269,394 $0 FY 2013 FY 2014 General Fund $(80,000) $ (80,000) Department of Ga m e and Inland Fisheries Operating Budget Summary General Fund Nongeneral  Fund Personnel  Costs 2009 Appropriation $0 $52,173,376 $ 33,990,055 2010 Appropriation $0 $52,173,376 $ 33,990,055 2011 Appropriation $0 $ 53,473,376 $ 37,794,788 2012 Appropriation $0 $ 55,243,003 $ 39,564,415 2013 Base Budget $0 $ 55,243,003 $

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