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Title: Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ..
Alternate Title: Journal of the House of Representatives, State of Florida
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Florida of the session of ..
Physical Description: v. : ; 23-32 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: State Printer
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 1982
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Preceded by: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida
Succeeded by: Journal of the Florida House of Representatives

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives
        Page ii
        Page iii
    March 1982
        Monday, March 29
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
        Tuesday, March 30
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
    April 1982
        Tuesday, April 6
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
        Wednesday, April 7
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
            Page 15
            Page 16
            Page 17
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    Index
        Contents
            Page 164
        Members of the Hosue with Bills Sponsored
            Page 165
            Page 166
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Vetoed Bills
                Page 167
            Subject Index of House and Senate Bills and Resolutions
                Page 168
                Page 169
            House Bills and Resolutions by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
                Page 170
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J



journal



of the

House of Reoresenta-ives



pecia



Session



of the
Seventh Legislature



under the Constitution of 1968




MARCH 29 through APRIL 7, 1982



Including a record of transmittal of Acts subsequent to sine die adjournment



S



I










MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
[Democrats in Roman (80); Republicans in Italic (40)]
District



District



Part
1
2
3



of Escambia
Grover C. Robinson, III, Pensacola
Thomas R. "Tom" Patterson, Pensacola
Clyde H. "Jack" Hagler, Pensacola



Okaloosa, parts of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Walton
4 Bolley L. "Bo" Johnson, Gulf Breeze
5 Kenneth E. "Ken" Boles, Fort Walton
6 James G. Ward, Fort Walton Beach

Holmes, parts of Jackson, Walton, Washington
7 Sam Mitchell, Vernon

Parts of Bay, Walton, Washington
8 Ronald Clyde "Ron" Johnson, Panama City

Calhoun, Gulf, parts of Bay, Gadsden, Jackson, Liberty
9 Leonard J. Hall, Callaway

Franklin, parts of Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty,
Taylor, Wakulla
10 James Harold Thompson, Quincy

Leon, parts of Jefferson, Madison, Wakulla
11 Don C. Price, Tallahassee
12 Herbert F. "Herb" Morgan, Tallahassee

Columbia, Hamilton, parts of Madison, Suwannee
13 Wayne Hollingsworth, Lake City

Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, parts of
Hernando, Marion, Suwannee, Taylor
14 Gene Hodges, Cedar Key

Baker, Nassau, parts of Duval, Union
15 George A. Crady, Yulee

Part of Duval
16 Arnett E. Girardeau, D.D.S., Jacksonville
17 John Thomas, Jacksonville
18 John W. Lewis, III, Jacksonville
19 Andrew E. "Andy" Johnson, Jacksonville
20 Carl Ogden, Jacksonville
21 Thomas L. "Tommy" Hazouri, Jacksonville
22 Steve Pajcic, Jacksonville
23 Frederick B. "Fred" Tygart, Jacksonville
24 William G. "Bill" Bankhead, Jacksonville

Bradford, Clay, part of St. Johns
25 Frank Williams, Starke

Alachua, parts of Marion, Putnam, Union
26 Sidney "Sid" Martin, Hawthorne
27 Jon L. Mills, Gainesville

Parts of Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns
28 Hamilton D. Upchurch, Elkton

Volusia, part of Flagler
29 Tom C. Brown, Port Orange
30 Samuel P. Bell, III, Ormond Beach
31 T. K. Wetherell, Allandale



Parts of Lake, Marion
32 Christian "Chris" Meffert, Ocala
Parts of Orange, Seminole
33 Bob Hattaway, Altamonte Springs
Parts of Lake, Marion, Seminole
34 Bobby Brantley, Longwood
Parts of Lake, Marion, Sumter
35 Everett A. Kelly, Astatula
Parts of Hernando, Pasco, Polk, Sumter
36 Charles R. "Chuck" Smith, Brooksville

Parts of Pasco, Pinellas
37 Ronald R. "Ron" Richmond, Holiday
Part of Orange
38 Bruce McEwan, Orlando
39 Daniel Webster, Orlando
40 Richard "Rich" Crotty, Orlando
41 Fran Carlton, Orlando
42 Thomas B. "Tom" Drage, Jr., Orlando
43 Dick J. Batchelor, Orlando
Parts of Brevard, Orange, Seminole
44 Jason Steele, Rockledge
45 Winston W. "Bud" Gardner, Jr., Titusville
46 Marilyn Evans-Jones, Melbourne
47 Timothy D. "Tim" Deratany, Indialantic
Indian River, parts of Brevard, Okeechobee, Osceola,
St. Lucie
48 R. Dale Patchett, Vero Beach

Parts of Highlands, Osceola, Polk
49 Robert B. "Bob" Crawford, Winter Haven
50 Beverly B. Burnsed, Lakeland
51 Gene Ready, Lakeland
52 C. Fred Jones, Auburndale

Part of Pinellas
53 Peter M. "Pete" Dunbar, Crystal Beach
54 S. Curtis "Curt" Kiser, Palm Harbor
55 James Harrison "Jim" Smith, Jr., Clearwater
56 Betty Easley, Largo
57 Dennis L. Jones, D.C., Treasure Island
58 George F. Hieber, II, St. Petersburg
59 Robert E. "Bob" Melby, O.D., St. Petersburg
60 T. M. "Tom" Woodruff, St. Petersburg
61 Dorothy Eaton Sample, St. Petersburg

Parts of Hillsborough, Polk
62 Carl Carpenter, Jr., Plant City
63 S. L. "Spud" Clements, Jr., Brandon
64 John A. Grant, Jr., Tampa
65 James S. "Trooper Jim" Foster, Odessa

Part of Hillsborough
66 H. Lee Moffitt, Tampa
67 Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa
68 Richard S. "Dick" Hodes, M.D., Tampa
69 George H. Sheldon, Tampa
70 Helen Gordon Davis, Tampa










District
Hardee, parts of Manatee, Sarasota
71 Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Palmetto
72 Lawrence F. "Larry" Shackelford, Palmetto

Parts of Charlotte, Manatee, Sarasota
73 Thomas E. "Tom" Danson, Jr., Sarasota
74 Ted Ewing, Venice

DeSoto, parts of Charlotte, Highlands, Sarasota
75 Frederic H. "Fred" Burrall, Port Charlotte

Parts of Martin, St. Lucie
76 Charles L. "Chuck" Nergard, Port St. Lucie

Parts of Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach
77 William G. "Doc" Myers, M.D., Hobe Sound

Parts of Broward, Palm Beach
78 Ray Liberti, West Palm Beach
79 Eleanor Weinstock, Palm Beach
80 James L. "Jim" Watt, Lake Park
81 Reid Moore, Jr., Palm Beach
82 Bernard "Doc" Kimmel, M.D., West Palm Beach
83 Frank S. Messersmith, Lake Worth

Part of Broward
84 Thomas J. "Tom" Bush, Fort Lauderdale
85 Terence T. "Terry" O'Malley, Lauderhill
86 Linda C. Cox, Fort Lauderdale
87 Robert M. Woodburn, D.D.S., Wilton Manors
88 Tom Gustafson, Fort Lauderdale

Collier, Glades, parts of Hendry, Highlands, Lee
89 Mary Ellen Hawkins, Naples

Parts of Charlotte, Hendry, Lee
90 Franklin B. Mann, Fort Myers
91 Hugh Paul Nuckolls, Fort Myers



District
Parts of Broward, Dade
92 Tom McPherson, Fort Lauderdale
93 Harold Joseph Dyer, Hollywood
94 Frederick "Fred" Lippman, Hollywood
95 Walter C. "Walt" Young, Pembroke Pines
96 Lawrence J. "Larry" Smith, Hollywood
97 David J. Lehman, M.D., Hollywood
Part of Dade
98 Elaine Gordon, North Miami
99 Barry Kutun, Miami Beach
100 Virginia L. Rosen, North Miami
101 Harold W. "Hal" Spaet, Miami Beach
102 Michael Friedman, Miami Beach
103 Ronald A. "Ron" Silver, North Miami Beach
104 William Ray Hodges, Hialeah
105 Joe Lang Kershaw, Miami
106 Carrie P. Meek, Miami
107 A. M. "Tony" Fontana, Miami Lakes
(Resigned January 26, 1982)
107 Roberto Casas, Hialeah
(Elected January 26, 1982 to succeed
Rep. Fontana)
108 Robert R. "Bob" Reynolds, Miami Lakes
109 Joseph M. "Joe" Gersten, South Miami
(Resigned)
109 John F. Cosgrove, Coral Gables
(Elected November 3, 1981 to succeed
Rep. Gersten)
110 Roberta Fox, Miami
111 C. Thomas "Tom" Gallagher, III, Coconut Grove
112 Lawrence H. "Larry" Plummer, Coconut Grove
113 William E. "Bill" Sadowski, Miami
114 John "Gus" Plummer, Miami
115 James K. "Jim" Brodie, Miami
116 Dexter W. Lehtinen, Perrine
117 Scott W. McPherson, Miami
118 Charles A. "Charlie" Hall, Miami
119 Lawrence R. "Larry" Hawkins, Miami
Monroe, part of Dade
120 Joseph B. "Joe" Allen, Jr., Key West



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Speaker-Ralph H. Haben, j r.e



Clerk--Allen Morris



Sergeant at Arms--Wayne Westmark



Speaker pro tempore-Barry Kutun


















W J Jour..al OF THE


House of 1epreserjtatives


FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1980-1982



Number 1



Monday, March 29, 1982



Journal of the House of Representatives for a Special Session of the Seventh Legislature under the
Constitution of 1968, convened by Proclamation of the Governor and held at the Capitol in the City of
Tallahassee in the State of Florida, on Monday, March 29, 1982.



The House was called to order at 1:00 p.m. by the Honorable
Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker, pursuant to the following
Proclamation, which was read:

PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA
SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida con-
vened in Regular Session for the year 1982 on January 18,
1982, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature on March 18, 1982 extended
the Regular Session and adjourned sine die March 25, 1982, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature, during the Regular Session of
1982 and the extension thereof, failed to apportion the State
into districts for election of representatives to the United
States Congress, and
WHEREAS, the immediate apportionment of the State of
Florida into United States Congressional districts is necessary
for the orderly selection of representatives from Florida to
the United States Congress,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BOB GRAHAM, as Governor of
the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty
and by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by
Article III, Section 3(c) of the Florida Constitution, do hereby
proclaim as follows:

Section 1.
That the Legislature of the State of Florida be and is hereby
convened in Special Session pursuant to Article III, Section
3(c) of the Florida Constitution, commencing at 1:00 p.m.,
Monday, March 29, 1982 and extending through midnight,
Thursday, April 1, 1982.

Section 2.
That the Legislature is convened for the sole purpose of
apportioning the State into representative districts to the
United States Congress.



ATTEST:
GEORGE FIRESTONE
Secretary of State



IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed to this Proclamation con-
vening the Legislature in special ses-
sion at the Capitol, this 26 day of
March 1982.
BOB GRAHAM
Governor



The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready-
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Hodes, Ogden, Deratany, Lewis,
Steele, Watt; Representative Brodie, until 2:45 p.m.

A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer was offered by Representative James Harold Thomp-
son.

Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal
The Journal of March 26, Special Session, was approved as
corrected.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Bell--
HB 1-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the estab-
lishment of congressional districts; amending s. 8.001, Florida



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Statutes, providing definitions; amending s. 8.01, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for the division of the state into 19 congres-
sional districts; amending s. 8.011, Florida Statutes, relating
to the inclusion of unlisted territory in contiguous districts;
amending s. 8.03, Florida Statutes, relating to the election of
representatives to Congress; providing effective dates for con-
gressional districts created in 1982; providing for severability
of invalid portions; reenacting s. 8.05, Florida Statutes, relat-
ing to membership of governmental agencies appointed pur-
suant to former district boundaries; repealing s. 8.04, Florida
Statutes, providing effective dates for congressional districts
created in 1972; repealing s. 8.06, Florida Statutes, providing
for severability of invalid portions.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep.
Bell, the rules were waived and HB 1-D was read the second
time by title and the third time by title.

REP. MOFFITT IN THE CHAIR

The question recurred on the passage of HB 1-D. The vote
was:=

Yeas-83



Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw



Easley
Gallagher
Hawkins, M. E.
Hieber
Jones, D. L.
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Mills
Mitchell
Moore
Morgan
Nergard
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.



Mann
McEwan
McPherson, S.
Messersmith
Myers
Patchett
Plummer, J.



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Girardeau
Nays-Brodie, Steele, Deratany
So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Young



Richmond
Sample
Smith, J. H.
Tygart
Webster
Woodburn
Woodruff



certified to the



THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR



Recessed
The House stood in informal recess at 1:30 p.m. to recon-
vene at 2:15 p.m. or upon call of the Speaker.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:25 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Communication from the Governor

The following Proclamation was read:



PROCLAMATION

State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
(Amendment to Proclamation dated March 26, 1982)
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA SEN-
ATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, on the 26th day of March, 1982, a proclamation
of the Governor was issued convening a Special Session of the
Florida Legislature commencing at 1:00 P.M., Monday, March
29, 1982 and extending through midnight, Thursday, April 1,
1982, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
citizens of the State of Florida to amend the Proclamation of
March 26, 1982 in order to expand the call of the Special
Session so that the Legislature may consider the additional
legislative business set forth below, and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the
State to extend the length of the Special Session in order to
permit full and adequate consideration of all items within my
proclamation of March 26, 1982 and this amendment;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BOB GRAHAM, Governor of the
State of Florida, by virtue of the power and authority vested
in me by Article III, Section 3(c)(1), Florida Constitution, do
hereby proclaim as follows:
1. That Sections one (1) and two (2) of the Proclamation
of the Governor dated March 26, 1982 are hereby amended to
read:
Section 1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida be
and is hereby convened in Special Session pursuant to Article
III, Section 3(c) of the Florida Constitution, commencing at
1:00 p.m., Monday, March 29, 1982 and extending through
noon, Wednesday, April 7, 1982.
Section 2. That the Legislature is convened for the sole and
exclusive purpose of consideration of the following matters:
(a) Apportionment of the State into representative districts
to the United States Congress;
(b) State General Appropriations Act and necessary imple-
menting legislation.
(c) A One-Cent Increase in the State Sales Tax
2. Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated March 26, 1982 is ratified and con-
firmed.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
'.I10ES4 hereunto set my hand and caused the
e Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed to this Proclamation con-
evening the Legislature in Special Ses-
sion at the Capitol, this 29th day of
March, 1982.
_Wo aBOB GRAHAM
Governor
ATTEST:
GEORGE FIRESTONE
Secretary of State



Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By Representative Pajcic-
HB 2-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales,
use and other transactions; amending ss. 212.03(1), (3), and
(6), 212.031(1)(c) and (d), 212.04(1), 212.05, 212.055(1), 212.06
(1)(a), 212.08(3) and (11)(c), and 125.0165(1), Florida Stat-
utes, and amending s. 212.12(10) and (11), Florida Statutes,
and adding subsection (12); increasing said tax; creating part
II of chapter 212, Florida Statutes; providing legislative intent
and definitions; designating one-half of said tax increase as
the local government half-cent sales tax; providing for de-
posit in a Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing
Trust Fund for distribution to participating local governments;



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster



Nays-28
Bankhead
Brantley
Casas
Clements
Crotty
Drage
Dunbar



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March 29, 1982











JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



providing distribution formulas; providing for eligibility and
requiring that local governments adopt a resolution to deter-
mine uses; requiring a public hearing and notice; providing
method of computing notice amounts; providing for adjustment
of proposed millage rates and for specification of a "rate
without sales tax"; specifying uses of such tax; providing
for emergency distribution; amending s. 23.019(2)(b), Florida
Statutes; revising provisions relating to population census
determination; amending s. 30.49(2), Florida Statutes; specify-
ing categories into which sheriffs' proposed budgets and ex-
penditures shall be divided; amending s. 200.069(6) and (7),
Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (10); revising re-
quirements with respect to the notice of proposed property
taxes and providing for a statement to be included with re-
spect to effect of the local government half-cent sales tax;
adding subsection (9) to s. 200.065, Florida Statutes; specifying
content of notice of tax increase; adding subsection (3) to s.
218.23, Florida Statutes; providing effect of said tax on eligi-
bility requirements for revenue sharing; providing an appro-
priation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep.
Pajcic, the rules were waived and HB 2-D was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-75



Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kutun



Evans-Jones
Ewing
Gallagher
Hall, L. J.
Hieber
Jones, D. L.
Kimmel
Kiser



Lehman
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Morgan
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.
Price



McEwan
McPherson, S.
Messersmith
Moore
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett



Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Young




Richmond
Sample
Smith, J. H.
Tygart
Webster
Woodburn
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Lehtinen
Nays-M. E. Hawkins, J. Plummer, Steele, Deratany, Brodie

So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Explanation of Vote

I would briefly like to explain my nay vote on the sales tax.
After much controversy the majority of the GOP caucus (I
was in the minority) took a continued position against the sales
tax-thus the reason for my vote. I feel I have fulfilled my
caucus position but now I feel I have a more important obliga-
tion to fulfill to my constituents on the final vote on this
issue.

I have made it clear that I feel there are needs of this state-
property tax relief as well as adequate funding for crime
fighting, transportation including the Sunshine Skyway re-
placement and education-that can best be met through the
revenue generated by the sales tax. Therefore, I am prepared



to vote for a sales tax when it comes up for a final time if
it is similar to the House tax plan which adequately meet these
needs.
Representative George F. Hieber, II

By Representatives Morgan, Carlton, Mills, Gardner, and
Mann-
HB 3-D-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1982
and ending June 30, 1983, to pay salaries, other expenses, capital
outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other specified
purposes of the various agencies of state government; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Morgan,
the rules were waived and HB 3-D was read the second time
by title.

Representative T. McPherson offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 1-In Section 01, strike:



1046 Lump Sum
From General Revenue Fund
1212 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1219 Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund
1222 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1225 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1229 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
and insert:
1212 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1216 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1219 Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund
1222 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1225 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1229 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1230C Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
1230F Expenses
From General Revenue Fund
12301 Expenses
From General Revenue Fund



275,307

7,807
128,961
666,355
17,163
1,079



38,396
30,589
159,550
696,944
47,752
31,668
30,589

30,589
30,589



Rep. McPherson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

On motion by Rep. Morgan, the rules were waived and HB
3-D was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-76



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Dyer
Foster
Fox
Friedman



Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Morgan
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.



Price
Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Young



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Dyer
Foster
Fox
Friedman

Nays-31
Bankhead
Brantley
Bush
Casas
Crotty
Danson
Drage
Dunbar



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March 29, -1982











JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Evans-Jones
Ewing
Hall, L. J.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hieber
Jones, D. L.
Kimmel
Kiser



McEwan
McPherson, S.
Messersmith
Moore
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett



Richmond
Sample
Smith, J. H.
Tygart
Webster
Woodburn
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Nays--J. Plummer, Steele, Deratany, Brodie
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.


Explanation of Vote

For the same reason as my vote on the House tax plan, I
voted nay at this time on the House Appropriations bill.

Representative George F. Hieber, II


By Representatives Morgan and Mann-

'HB 4-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; authorizing and providing
funding for specified public educational capital outlay proj-
ects; transferring certain cigarette tax funds to the Cancer
and Chronic Disease Research and Treatment Center Trust
Fund; providing for a Cancer and Chronic Disease Research
and Treatment Center; conditionally transferring certain funds
from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund to the Public Edu-
cation Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; amending
s. 235.06(1), Florida Statutes, changing provisions relating to
fire safety inspections of educational plants; amending s. 235.-
196, Florida Statutes, authorizing school districts, community
colleges, and state universities to request funding for remod-
eling and renovation; specifying information in the request;
amending s. 235.435, Florida Statutes, redesignating subdi-
visions within the section; amending s. 240.295, Florida Stat-
utes, authorizing certain construction at state universities with-
out being recommended in an educational plant survey; delet-
ing certain required consultation with state university student
government associations prior to submission of proposed proj-
ects to the Board of Regents; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep.
Morgan, the rules were waived and HB 4-D was read the
second time by title and the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



Nays-31
Bankhead
Brantley
Bush
Casas
Crotty
Danson
Drage
Dunbar



Nays-7
Crotty
Drage



Yeas-102
The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Ewing
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L.J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser


Evans-Jones
McEwan



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek .
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.



Webster



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gardner, M. E. Hawkins, Brodie
Nays-J. Plummer, Steele, Deratany
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Recessed
On motion by Rep. Bell, the House recessed at 2:59 p.m. to
reconvene at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, or upon call of the Speaker.



Price
Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas..
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
March 29, 1982
HB 1-D-Passed 83-28
HB 2-D-Passed 75-31
HB 3-D-Passed 76-31
HB 4-D-Passed 102-7
[Source: Legislative Information Division]



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Patchett
Richmond



March 29, 1982


















lpe Foura OF THE W


H house of Iepreseita tives


FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1980-1982



Number 2



Tuesday, March 30, 1982



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.
The following Members were recorded present:



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Hodes, Bush, Martinez, Lewis, Cos-
grove, Tygart

A quorum was present.


Prayer

Prayer was offered by Representative Ray Liberti.


Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal

The Journal of March 29 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 4, title of HB 4-D, line 18, strike "plan" and
insert "plant"


Communication from the Governor

The following Proclamation was read:



PROCLAMATION

State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee

(Second Amendment to Proclamation dated March 26, 1982)

TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA SEN-
ATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:

WHEREAS, on the 26th day of March, 1982, a proclamation
of the Governor was issued convening a Special Session of the
Florida Legislature commencing at 1:00 p.m., Monday, March
29, 1982 and extending through midnight, Thursday, April 1,
1982, and

WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
citizens of the State of Florida to amend the Proclamation of
March 26, 1982, as amended, in order to expand the call of the
Special Session so that the Legislature may consider the addi-
tional legislative business set forth below, and

WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the
State to extend the length of the Special Session in order to
permit full and adequate consideration of all items within my
proclamation of March 26, 1982, as amended, and this amend-
ment;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, BOB GRAHAM, Governor of the
State of Florida, by virtue of the power and authority vested
in me by Article III, Section 3(c)(1), Florida Constitution, do
hereby proclaim as follows:

1. That Sections one (1) and two (2) of the Proclamation
of the Governor dated March 26, 1982, as amended, are hereby
amended to read:

Section 1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida be
and is hereby convened in Special Session pursuant to Article
III, Section 3(c) of the Florida Constitution, commencing at
1:00 p.m., Monday, March 29, 1982, and extending through noon,
Wednesday, April 7, 1982.

Section 2. That the Legislature is convened for the sole and
exclusive purpose of consideration of the following matters:

(a) Apportionment of the State into representative districts
to the United States Congress;

(b) State General Appropriations Act and necessary imple-
menting legislation;

(c) A One-Cent Increase in the State Sales Tax;

(d) A Bill relating to Public Education Capital Outlay.

2. Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated March 26, 1982, as amended, is rati-
fied and confirmed.
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The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster



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IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 30th day of March 1982.
BOB GRAHAM
Governor



ATTEST:
GEORGE FIRESTONE
Secretary of State



Recalled from the Senate
On motion by Rep. Mills, the Senate was requested to return
HB 4-D. The action was immediately certified to the Sen-
ate.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Moffitt-
HJR 6-D-A joint resolution of apportionment; providing for
the apportionment of the Legislature into a House of Repre-
sentatives of 120 members and a Senate of 40 members; adopt-
ing the federal decennial census for use in such apportionment;
declaring the state policies and goals followed by the Legis-
lature in such apportionment; prescribing representative and
senatorial districts; providing a 4-year term for all senators
except those elected in 1982 from odd-numbered districts who
shall be elected for 2 years; providing for omitted areas; pro-
viding severability of invalid portions; providing effective
dates.
Rep. Moffitt moved that HJR 6-D be admitted for intro-
duction, being outside the purview of the Call. The vote was:

Yeas-72



Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw


Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Gallagher
Grant
Hall, L. J.
Hieber
Jones, D. L.
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun Reynolds
Lehman Robinson
Liberti Rosen
Lippman Sadowski
Mann Shackelford
Martin Sheldon
Meek Silver
Meffert Smith, C. R.
Mills Smith, L. J.
Mitchell Spaet
Moffitt Thomas
Morgan Thompson
Ogden Upchurch
O'Malley Ward
Pajcic Weinstock
Plummer, L. H. Wetherell
Price Williams
Ready Young


McEwan Patterson
McPherson, S. Plummer, J.
McPherson, T. Richmond
Melby Sample
Messersmith Smith, J. H.
Moore Steele
Myers Watt
Nergard Webster
Nuckolls Woodburn
Patchett Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas--Lehtinen

The motion.was not agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote.

Recessed
The House stood in informal recess at 10:22 a.m., to reconvene
upon call of the Speaker.



Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:35 a.m.
A quorum was present.

Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate returns HB 4-D as requested.
Joe Brown, Secretary

On motions by Rep. Morgan, the House reconsidered passage
and all readings of HB 4-D and-

By Representatives Morgan and Mann-
HB 4-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; authorizing and providing
funding for specified public educational capital outlay proj-
ects; transferring certain cigarette tax funds to the Cancer
and Chronic Disease Research and Treatment Center Trust
Fund; providing for a Cancer and Chronic Disease Research
and Treatment Center; conditionally transferring certain funds
from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund to the Public Edu-
cation Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; amending
s. 235.06(1), Florida Statutes, changing provisions relating to
fire safety inspections of educational plants; amending s. 235.-
196, Florida Statutes, authorizing school districts, community
colleges, and state universities to request funding for remod-
eling and renovation; specifying information in the request;
amending s. 235.435, Florida Statutes, redesignating subdi-
visions within the section; amending s. 240.295, Florida Stat-
utes, authorizing certain construction at state universities with-
out being recommended in an educational plant survey; delet-
ing certain required consultation with state university student
government associations prior to submission of proposed proj-
ects to the Board of Regents; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Morgan,
the rules were waived and HB 4-D was read the second time
by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-10



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-1
Patchett
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.



The Chair
Alien
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Carpenter
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Dyer
Foster
Fox
Friedman

Nays-40
Bankhead
Brantley
Brodie
Burrall
Casas
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar



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The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed HB 2-D with amendments and requests the
concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Representative Pajcic-
HB 2-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales,
use and other transactions; amending ss. 212.03(1), (3), and
(6), 212.031(1)(c) and (d), 212.04(1), 212.05, 212.055(1), 212.06
(1)(a), 212.08(3) and (11)(c), and 125.0165(1), Florida Stat-
utes, and amending s. 212.12(10) and (11), Florida Statutes,
and adding subsection (12); increasing said tax; creating part
II of chapter 212, Florida Statutes; providing legislative intent
and definitions; designating one-half of said tax increase as
the local government half-cent sales tax; providing for de-
posit in a Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing
Trust Fund for distribution to participating local governments;
providing distribution formulas; providing for eligibility and
requiring that local governments adopt a resolution to deter-
mine uses; requiring a public hearing and notice; providing
method of computing notice amounts; providing for adjustment
of proposed millage rates and for specification of a "rate
without sales tax"; specifying uses of such tax; providing
for emergency distribution; amending s. 23.019(2) (b), Florida
Statutes; revising provisions relating to population census
determination; amending s. 30.49(2), Florida Statutes; specify-
ing categories into which sheriffs' proposed budgets and ex-
penditures shall be divided; amending s. 200.069(6) and (7),
Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (10); revising re-
quirements with respect to the notice of proposed property
taxes and providing for a statement to be included with re-
spect to effect of the local government half-cent sales tax;
adding subsection (9) to s. 200.065, Florida Statutes; specifying
content of notice of tax increase; adding subsection (3) to s.
218.23, Florida Statutes; providing effect of said tax on eligi-
bility requirements for revenue sharing; providing an appro-
priation; providing an effective date.
(Amendments 1 and 2 attached to original bill)

The Speaker appointed the following Members to a Conference
Committee on Tax: Representative Pajcic, Chairman; Repre-
sentatives Morgan, Crawford, Ogden, Dyer, and Fox, with Rep-
resentative Friedman, alternate. The action was immediately
certified to the Senate.

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed HB 3-D with amendments and requests the
concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Representative Morgan and others-
HB 3-D-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1982
and ending June 30, 1983, to pay salaries, other expenses, capital
outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other specified



purposes of the various agencies of state government; providing
an effective date.
(Amendments 1 and 2 attached to original bill)

The Speaker appointed the following Members to a Con-
ference Committee on Appropriations: Representative Morgan,
Chairman
Subcommittee I-Representatives Mills, Burnsed, and Lipp-
man, with Representative Gordon, alternate
Subcommittee II-Representatives Gardner and Kutun, with
Representative Carlton, alternate
Subcommittee III-Representatives Mann, Pajcic, and Bell,
with Representatives Carpenter and Hagler, alternates
The action was immediately certified to the Senate.

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the President has appointed Senators Gordon, Johnston, Jenne,
Kirkpatrick, Lewis, Margolis, Maxwell, McKnight, Peterson,
Scott, Skinner, Stuart, Thomas and Tobiassen; alternates-
Beard and Grizzle-as the Conferees on the part of the Senate
on HB 2-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the President has appointed Senators Gordon, Johnston, Jenne,
Kirkpatrick, Lewis, Margolis, Maxwell, McKnight, Peterson,
Scott, Skinner, Stuart, Thomas, Tobiassen and Vogt; alter-
nates-Beard and Grizzle-as the Conferees on the part of the
Senate on HB 3-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Record Votes
Representative Ready:
Yea-HB's 2-D, 3-D, 4-D

Recessed
On motion by Rep. Bell, the House recessed at 10:38 a.m.
for the purpose of holding conference committee meetings,
to reconvene at 10:30 a.m., Monday, April 5, or upon call of the
Speaker.



CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
March 30, 1982
HB 2-D Conference Committee appointed
HB 3-D Conference Committee appointed
HB 4-D Requested Senate to return; reconsidered; intro-
duced; passed 110-1
HJR 6-D Failed vote for introduction
[Source: Legislative Information Division]
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housee of Ipereseijtatives


FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1980-1982



Tuesday, April 6, 1982



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:00 p.m.
The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing



Foster Kutun
Fox Lehman
Friedman Lehtinen
Gallagher Lewis
Gardner Liberti
Girardeau Lippman
Gordon Mann
Gustafson Martin
Hagler Martinez
Hall, C. A. McEwan
Hall, L. J. McPherson, S.
Hattaway McPherson, T.
Hawkins, L. R. Meek
Hawkins, M. E. Meffert
Hazouri Melby
Hieber Messersmith
Hodes Mills
Hodges, G. Mitchell
Hodges, W. R. Moffitt
Hollingsworth Moore
Johnson, A. E. Morgan
Johnson, B. L. Nergard
Johnson, R. C. Nuckolls
Jones, C. F. Ogden
Jones, D. L. Pajcic
Kelly Patchett
Kershaw Patterson
Kimmel Plummer, J.
Kiser Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Grant, Myers, and O'Malley; Rep-
resentative Bankhead, upon the birth of a daughter.

A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer was offered by Representative Tom C. Brown.

Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal
The Journal of March 30 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 7, in conferees of Subcommittee III of Ap-
propriations, after "Carpenter" insert "and Hagler"; in motion
to recess, after "10:38 a.m." insert "for the purpose of holding
conference committee meetings,"

Introduction and Reference
By Representatives Gardner and Young-
HB 7-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to personnel
of the school system; amending ss. 230.321(1) and 230.66(5)
and (7), Florida Statutes, to conform to provisions of this
act; creating s. 231.001, Florida Statutes, authorizing district
8



school boards to adopt rules relating to personnel; amending s.
231.02, Florida Statutes, providing qualifications for employ-
ment in the district school system; amending s. 231.06, Florida
Statutes, providing penalties for assault or battery of district
school board employees; amending s. 231.07, Florida Statutes,
relating to the disturbance of school functions, to clarify; amend-
ing s. 231.085, Florida Statutes, relating to duties of principals;
amending s. 231.09, Florida Statutes, relating to duties of
instructional personnel; amending s. 231.141, Florida Statutes,
deleting provisions encouraging district school boards to ap-
point teacher aides in certain grades; amending s. 231.17(3) (a),
Florida Statutes, providing reemployment rights of beginning
teachers; amending s. 231.262, Florida Statutes, providing that
the Department of Education, rather than the Education Prac-
tices Commission, shall investigate complaints not subject to
the revocation or suspension of certificates; authorizing mem-
bers of the department general counsel staff to review in-
vestigations and conduct prosecutions; amending s. 231.28, Flor-
ida Statutes, authorizing the Education Practices Commission
to impose penalties as provided by law; providing additional
grounds for discipline; amending s. 231.29, Florida Statutes,
revising procedures for assessing district personnel; providing
for training programs for evaluators; excluding personnel files
from public view; amending s. 231.30(1), Florida Statutes, de-
leting specified certification fees and requiring the State Board
of Education to adopt rules pertaining to such fees; amending
s. 231.36, Florida Statutes, providing for professional service
contracts; providing that contracts shall contain provisions for
dismissal only for just cause; providing for renewal of con-
tracts; providing procedures in the case of unsatisfactory per-
formance, including notification, informal review, transfer of
position, inservice training, and hearing; providing for final
determination by the school board for nonrenewal; providing
that an employee with continuing contract status on July 1,
1984, may retain such contract; providing procedures for sus-
pension or dismissal upon certain grounds and providing for
appeal; providing for rules relating to reductions in personnel
who are on continuing or professional service contracts; provid-
ing for certain continuing service credit; providing that a re-
tired employee returning to work must return on a probationary
contract basis; providing that chapter 18964, Laws of Florida,
1937, as amended, chapter 21197, Laws of Florida, 1941, as
amended, and chapter 21287, Laws of Florida, 1941, as amended,
shall remain in full force, and prohibiting certain other local
tenure or other employee contract legislation; amending s. 231.-
381, Florida Statutes, to delete obsolete language; amending
s. 231.39, Florida Statutes, providing for leaves of absence with
or without compensation pursuant to district school board
rules; creating s. 231.391, Florida Statutes, authorizing school
boards to purchase retirement annuities; amending s. 231.40(2),
Florida Statutes, providing sick leave for noninstructional per-
sonnel; amending s. 231.41, Florida Statutes, providing for
illness-in-line-of-duty leave for all district school board em-
ployees; creating s. 231.415, Florida Statutes, providing that
leave provisions shall not supersede any local law establishing
a civil service system covering school district employees; amend-
ing s. 231.44, Florida Statutes, providing penalties for absence
without leave for all district school board employees; amend-
ing s. 231.45, Florida Statutes, requiring each principal and
superintendent to keep records of days present and absent for
employees; amending s. 231.47, Florida Statutes, requiring
school boards to adopt rules for the employment and compensa-
tion of substitute teachers; amending s. 231.471(1), Florida
Statutes, authorizing district school boards to hire teachers for



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less than a full school year; creating s. 231.472, Florida Stat-
utes, authorizing district school boards to provide annual leave
for 12-month employees; saving specified sections of chapter
231, Florida Statutes, from sunset review and repeal scheduled
October 1, 1982; providing for future review and repeal in
accordance with the Regulatory Sunset Act; providing an effec-
tive date.
Rep. Gardner moved that HB 7-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was out-
side the purview of the Call. The vote was:

Yeas-86



Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gustafson
Hall, C. A.
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Jones. C. F.
Kelly
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen



Hattaway
Hieber
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, D. L.
Kershaw



Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meffert
Messersmith
Mills
Moffitt
Moore
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Reynolds
Richmond



McEwan
Meek
Melby
Mitchell
Patterson
Ready



Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Young



Robinson
Sample
Smith, J. H.
Webster
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Crotty, Girardeau

The motion was agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote. Further consideration of the bill was tem-
porarily deferred.
Subsequently, HB 7-D was read the first time by title. On
motion by Rep. Gardner, the rules were waived and the bill
was read the second time by title and, under Rule 8.19, referred
to the Engrossing Clerk.

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 9-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to witnesses;
creating s. 43.261, Florida Statutes; providing for establishment
of witness coordinating offices; amending s. 40.29, Florida
Statutes; providing for the payment of certain witnesses;
amending s. 394.473(3), Florida Statutes; providing for the
payment of mental health professionals by the state; amending
s. 914.11, Florida Statutes; providing for the payment by the
state of witnesses subpoenaed by indigents; amending s. 916.-
11(3), Florida Statutes; providing for the payment of expert
witnesses by the state; amending s. 939.07, Florida Statutes;
providing for the payment of witnesses by the state; providing
an effective date.
Rep. Upchurch moved that HB 9-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 9-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Upchurch, the rules
were waived and HB 9-D was read the second time by title
and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Yeas-110
The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell

Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Crady
Crawford
Danson
Deratany
Drage
!Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing



Nays-1
Deratany
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Girardeau, Young
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

Progress Report
Rep. Morgan gave a progress report on the work of the
conference committees on the appropriations bill and the sales
tax bill.

By Representatives Ward, Patterson, Boles, and B. L. John-
son-
HR 10-D-A resolution commending the Laurel Hill High
School girls basketball team for successfully defending the Class
A State Girls' Basketball Championship.
WHEREAS, the Laurel Hill High School girls basketball team
for 1981-1982 has, through its actions, exemplified the traits of
sportsmanship, perseverance, and dedication to team above self,
traits that are greatly admired in the State of Florida, and are
in keeping with the best traditions of this state; and

WHEREAS, the Hoboes, by which name the team is affection-
ately known, compiled a 24-1 record on way to winning their
second consecutive Class A State Basketball Championship;
and
WHEREAS, under Coach Betty Howard, the eight-girl team
played courageous and heady basketball against opponents who
were superior in height, weight, numbers, and experience; and,
nevertheless, once again, brought glory upon the team and
honor to their respective schoolmates and fans by defeating
Hastings High School for the State Championship; and
WHEREAS, this team once again proved to the citizens of
the State of Florida that the basketball prowess of the Laurel
Hill Hoboes, which has been a source of pride to this small and
humble community, shall be a yardstick for measuring how
good any other basketball team in the state claims to be, NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida:
That the members, coaches, and fans of the 1981-1982 Laurel
Hill Hoboes are hereby saluted and commended for their great
character and the achievements which resulted therefrom.



Nays-23

Brantley
Cox
Dunbar
Gordon
Hagler
Hall, L. J.



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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this resolution,
signed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, with
the Great Seal of the State of Florida attached thereto, be
transmitted to Principal Grover Hicks, Coach Betty Howard,
and team members Freda Moore, Stephanie Moore, Shylaint
Moore, Orphie Moore, Wanda Moore, Jerri Clary, Denise Clary,
and senior Angela Moore as a tangible token of the sentiments
expressed herein.
Rep. Ward moved that HR 10-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and HR 10-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Ward, HR 10-D was read
the second time in full and adopted. The vote was:

Yeas-106



Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kershaw
Kimmel



Kiser
Kutun
Lehman
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt



Moore
Morgan
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman Ready
Lehtinen Reynolds
Lewis Richmond
Liberti Robinson
Lippman Rosen
Mann Sample
Martin Sheldon
Martinez Silver
McEwan Smith, C. R.
McPherson, S. Smith, J. H.
McPherson, T. Smith, L. J.
Meek Spaet
Meffert Steele
Melby Thomas
Messersmith Thompson
Mills Tygart
Mitchell Upchurch
Moffitt Ward
Moore Watt
Nergard Weinstock
Nuckolls Wetherell
Ogden Williams
Patchett Woodburn
Patterson Woodruff
Plummer, J. Young
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Nays-None
*otes after roll call:
Yeas-Morgan

By Representative Upchurch-
HB 8-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judi-
ciary; creating s. 25.384, Florida Statutes, creating the Court
Education Trust Fund; providing for the Supreme Court,
through the Florida Court Educational Council, to administer
the fund; providing for certain education and training for
judges, court administrators, and other judicial employees;
providing for the development and implementation of an edu-
cational program for the clerks of court; requiring a com-
prehensive plan; requiring an annual report to be submitted
to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House
of Representatives; amending s. 28.241(1), Florida Statutes,
providing an additional $1 service charge on certain civil actions
for the purposes of the fund; providing an effective date.
Rep. Upchurch moved that HB 8-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was out-
side the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 8-D was
read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Upchurch, the
rules were waived and HB 8-D was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-94



Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox



Crady
Crawford
Davis
Drage
Dyer
Easley
Foster



Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler



E



Nays-18
Brantley Evans-Jones
Carpenter Ewing
Crotty Gallagher
Danson Jones, D. L.
Dunbar Kelly
Votes after roll call:



Lehtinen
Meffert
Melby
Price
Sample



Smith, J. H.
Webster
Woodburn



Nays-Deratany
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

By Representatives Mills, Burnsed, Lippman, Batchelor, Fox,
Gordon, Sheldon, Ward, and Upchurch-
HB 12-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mentally
ill inmates in the state correctional system; creating part II of
chapter 945, Florida Statutes, creating the "Corrections Mental
Health Act"; providing legislative intent; providing definitions;
providing for the admission of inmates to mental health treat-
ment; providing for the rights of inmates provided treatment;
providing for the emergency admission of inmates to a mental
health treatment facility; providing for the discharge of inmates
from mental health treatment; providing for the operation and
administration of the act; amending s. 945.12(1), Florida Stat-
utes, deleting current reference to the transfer of certain
mentally ill or retarded prisoners by the Department of Cor-
rections; providing an effective date.
Rep. Mills moved that HB 12-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 12-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Mills, the rules were waived
and HB 12-D was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-98



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley



Evans-Jones Jones, C. F.
Ewing Jones, D. L.
Foster Kelly
Fox Kershaw
Friedman Kimmel
Gallagher Kiser
Gardner Kutun
Girardeau Lehman
Gordon Lehtinen
Gustafson Liberti
Hagler Lippman
Hall, C. A. Mann
Hall, L. J. Martin
Hattaway Martinez
Hawkins, L. R. McEwan
Hawkins, M. E. McPherson, S.
Hazouri Meek
Hieber Meffert
Hodes Melby
Hodges, G. Messersmith
Hodges, W. R. Mills
Hollingsworth Mitchell
Johnson, A. E. Moffitt
Johnson, B. L. Moore
Johnson, R. C. Nergard



Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Tygart
Upchurch
Weinstock
Wetherell
Woodburn
Young



Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodruff
Young



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Ewing
Foster



The Chair
Allen
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed



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"Nays-8
Bush Lewis Sample Williams
Deratany Patchett Webster Woodruff
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Thompson, Nuckolls, O'Malley
Yeas to Nays-Messersmith
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Conference Committee Appointed
The Speaker appointed the following Members to a Con-
ference Committee on HB 1-D, relating to Congressional redis-
tricting: Representatives Moffitt, Bell, Dunbar, Gustafson,
Ward, Thompson, Crawford, and L. H. Plummer, with Repre-
sentative G. Hodges, alternate.

Message from the Senate

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by



the required Constitutional two-thirds votes and passed HB's
8-D and 9-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

The bills were ordered enrolled.

Recessed

The House recessed at 1:56 p.m. for the purpose of holding
conference committee meetings, to reconvene at 9:00 a.m. tomor-
row or upon call of the Speaker.



CHAMBER ACTION ON BILLS
April 6, 1982
HB 7-D Introduction allowed; read second time
HB 8-D Introduction allowed; passed 94-18
HB 9-D Introduction allowed; passed 110-1
HR 10-D Introduction allowed; adopted 106-0
HB 12-D Introduction allowed; passed 98-8
[Source: Legislative Information Division]



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le ouralF THE


Hous e of eIpresei tatives


FOURTH SPECIAL SESSION-"D" of 1980-82



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.
The following Members were recorded present:



Messages from the Senate



Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representative O'Malley; Representative Martin at
4:00 p.m. for a speaking engagement; Representative Spaet at
5:15 p.m. due to illness

A quorum was present.


Prayer

Prayer was offered by Representative Ray Liberti.


Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.


The Journal

The Journal of April 6 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 8, in quorum roll call, strike "Fontana" and
insert "Casas"; on page 9 in roll call vote on passage of HB
9-D, insert "Foster" in Yea votes; on page 10, in roll call
votes on adoption of HR 10-D, and on passage of HB 8-D and
HB 12-D, strike "Fontana"

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The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required Constitutional two-thirds votes and passed as
amended SB's 11-D and 10-D and requests the concurrence of
the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Peterson and others-
SB 11-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to schools;
providing for instruction in writing skills; providing a formula
for allocating funds for such instruction; providing school dis-
trict eligibility requirements; requiring the Department of Ed-
ucation to establish criteria for determining if teaching writ-
ing is a primary emphasis; providing an effective date.
Rep. Young moved that SB 11-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 11-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Young, the rules were waived
and SB 11-D was read the second time by title and the third
time by title.

Rep. Silver moved the previous question, which was agreed
to. The question recurred on the passage of SB 11-D. The vote
was:

Yeas-73



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Easley
Foster
Fox
Friedman

Nays-35
Brantley
Burrall
Bush
Carpenter



Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, L. J.
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hodes
Hodges, W. R.
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis



Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage



Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Nergard
Nuckolls
Pajcic
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Dunbar
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Hattaway



Reynolds
Richmond
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Silver
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell



Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.



A digest of today's Chamber action appears on last page



Number 4



Wednesday, April 7, 1982



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing



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Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kiser
McEwan
Meffert



Melby
Myers
Ogden
Patchett
Patterson



Ready
Robinson
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Steele



Webster
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gallagher, Young, Mann, C.A. Hall, Dyer
Nays-Boles
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

By Senator Johnston and others--
SB 10-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judici-
ary; amending ss. 26.021(16), 26.031(1)(a), (e), (f), (i), (k),
(1), (o)-(q), (t), 34.022(6), (55), 35.06(2), Florida Statutes;
providing a residency requirement in the sixteenth circuit, Mon-
roe County; providing for additional circuit, county court, and
appellate judges; providing for elections; repealing ss. 26.031(2)
and 34.024, Florida Statutes, relating to specific compensation
for circuit and county court judges; requiring a specific ap-
propriation as a condition for implementation; providing an
effective date.
Rep. Upchurch moved that SB 10-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 10-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Upchurch, the rules
were waived and SB 10-D was read the second time by title
and the third time by title.

Representative Upchurch offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, line 20, strike "16" and insert: 17
Rep. Upchurch moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Upchurch offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 2, line 21, insert: (29) Hillsbor-
ough -. ------------------_-- ----------- ---_ 0 -
Rep. Upchurch moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Upchurch offered the following amendment:
Amendment 3-On page 2, line 22, insert: (64) Vo-
lusia ---------- --------- ___ __-6--__ -
Rep. Upchurch moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Upchurch offered the following title amend-
ment:
Amendment 4-On page 1, line 4, following the number "(6),"
insert: (29),
Rep. Upchurch moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Upchurch offered the following title amend-
ment:
Amendment 5-On page 1, line 4, following the number
"(55)," insert: (64),
Rep. Upchurch moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Meffert offered the following amendment:
Amendment 6-On page 3, line 6, strike "5th,"
Rep. Meffert moved the adoption of the amendment. On
motion by Rep. Upchurch, the amendment was laid on the
table.

The question recurred on the passage of SB 10-D. The vote
was:



Yeas-99
The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dyer
Easley

Nays-8
Danson
Dunbar



Evans-Jones
Foster
Friedman
Gallagher
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw



Ewing
Meffert



Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Patterson Webster
Richmond Williams



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Morgan, Fox, Gardner, Meek, Mann
Nays-J. H. Smith
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

Explanation of Vote on SB 10-D
I voted against SB 10-D because I did not have a copy of the
bill.
Representative Frank Williams

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed HB 4-D with amendments and requests
the concurrence of the House.

By Representatives Morgan and Mann-
HB 4-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
facilities construction and funding; authorizing and providing
funding for specified public educational capital outlay proj-
ects; transferring certain cigarette tax funds to the Cancer
and Chronic Disease Research and Treatment Center Trust
Fund; providing for a Cancer and Chronic Disease Research
and Treatment Center; conditionally transferring certain funds
from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund to the Public Edu-
cation Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; amending
s. 235.06(1), Florida Statutes, changing provisions relating to
fire safety inspections of educational plants; amending s. 235.-
196, Florida Statutes, authorizing school districts, community
colleges, and state universities to request funding for remod-
eling and renovation; specifying information in the request;
amending s. 235.435, Florida Statutes, redesignating subdi-
visions within the section; amending s. 240.295, Florida Stat-
utes, authorizing certain construction at state universities with-
out being recommended in an educational plant survey; delet-
ing certain required consultation with state university student
government associations prior to submission of proposed proj-
ects to the Board of Regents; providing for review and repeal;
providing an effective date.
(Amendments attached to original bill)

The President has appointed Senators Gordon, Johnston,
Jenne, Kirkpatrick, Lewis, Margolis, Maxwell, McKnight, Peter-



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



son, Scott, Skinner, Stuart, Thomas, Tobiassen and Vogt; alter-
nates-Beard and Grizzle-as the Conferees on the part of the
Senate on HB 4-D.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Conference Committee Appointed
The Speaker appointed the following Members to a Con-
ference Committee on HB 4-D: Representative Morgan, Chair-
man, and Representatives Mills, Burnsed, Lippman, Gardner,
Kutun, Mann, Pajcic, Bell, with Representatives Gordon, Carl-
ton, Carpenter, and Hagler, alternates.
The action was certified to the Senate.

Introduction and Reference
By Representative R. C. Johnson-
HB 19-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Panama
City; repealing the Firemen's Relief and Pension Fund of the
City of Panama City, Section 1A, Chapter 27812, Special Acts
of 1951, as amended by Section 1, Chapter 59-1713, Special
Acts of 1959; Section 2, Chapter 27812, Special Acts of 1951,
as amended by Section 1, Chapter 31147, Special Acts of 1955,
and Section 2, Chapter 59-1713, Special Acts of 1959; Section
3A, Chapter 27812, Special Acts of 1951, as amended by Section
1, Chapter 57-1700, Special Acts of 1957, and Section 1, Chap-
ter 69-1441, Special Acts of 1969; and Section 11, Chapter
27812, Special Acts of 1951, as amended by Section 4, Chapter
31147, Special Acts of 1955, and Section 4, Chapter 73-587,
Special Acts of 1973; and all amendments thereto (collectively
known as the Panama City Firemen's Relief and Pension
Fund); providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.

Rep. R. C. Johnson moved that HB 19-D be admitted for
introduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 19-D was
read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Johnson, the
rules were waived and HB 19-D was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-105



Ewing Kimmel
Foster Kutun
Fox Lehman
Friedman Lehtinen
Gallagher Lewis
Gardner Liberti
Girardeau Lippman
Grant Mann
Hagler Martin
Hall, C. A. Martinez
Hall, L. J. McEwan
Hattaway McPherson, S.
Hawkins, L. R. McPherson, T.
Hawkins, M. E. Meek
Hazouri Meffert
Hieber Messersmith
Hodes Mitchell
Hodges, G. Moore
Hodges, W. R. Morgan
Hollingsworth Myers
Johnson, A. E. Nergard
Johnson, B. L. Nuckolls
Johnson, R. C. Ogden
Jones, C. F. Pajcic
Jones, D. L. Patchett
Kelly Patterson
Kershaw Plummer, J.



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Bankhead, Sheldon, Ward, Batchelor
SSo the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Shackelford
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Watt
Webster
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



certified to the



By Representative Gallagher-
HB 23-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to intangible
personal property taxes; amending sections 5 and 9 of Senate
Bill 641 as passed by the 1982 Regular Session of the Legis-
lature to correct a scrivner's error with respect to the time that
amendments to certain information reports required under the
intangible personal property tax law take effect and with re-
spect to the time for which certain amendments to the
exemption portion of such tax law take effect; providing an
effective date.
Rep. Gallagher moved that HB 23-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 23-D was read the
first time by title. On motions by Rep. Gallagher, the rules
were waived and HB 23-D was read the second time by title
and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-110



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Nays-None



Foster
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman



Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready



Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Fox, Mills, Batchelor, Bell
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

By Representative Shackelford-
HB 20-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Braden
River Fire Control and Rescue District, Manatee County; amend-
ing sections 4, 5 and 6 of chapter 80-538, Laws of Florida,
amending the authorization of the district to levy special assess-
ments against taxable real estate; authorizing charges for
emergency services; providing the rate for such assessments;
providing for an impact fee; providing for notice; providing
that members of the board of commissioners shall be elected;
providing for a referendum.

Rep. Shackelford moved that HB 20-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 20-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Shackelford, the
rules were waived and HB 20-D was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-108



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead



Boles
Brantley
Brodie



Brown
Burnsed
Burrall



Bush
Carlton
Carpenter



The Chair
Allen
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones



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Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gallagher, Bell
So the bill passed and
Senate.



Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann



Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond



was immediately certified to the



By Representative Gardner-
HB 24-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community
services; creating ss. 409.710-409.716, Florida Statutes, creating
the "Community Services Block Grant Program Act"; pro-
viding legislative findings; providing definitions; creating a
Community Services Block Grant Fund; providing for distri-
bution of funds; directing the Department of Veteran and Com-
munity Affairs to establish an advisory committee; providing
for a report by the department; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Gard-
ner, the rules were waived and HB 24-D was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-106



Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, T.
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready



Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Davis
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.



Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
-Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Yeas-109
The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley

Nays-4



Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun



Johnson, A. E. Lewis
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gallagher



Lehman
Lehtinen
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready



Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Shackelford Thomas



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to..the
Senate.



By Representative Sadowski-
HB 26-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pest control;
amending s. 482.021(11), (12), (15), (22), Florida Statutes, and
adding subsections (25)-(28) to said section; providing defini-
tions; amending s. 482.051(1), (3), Florida Statutes, and adding
subsection (4) to said section; providing standards for adoption
of rules by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services; requiring advance notice of fumigation; amending
s. 482.071(1), Florida Statutes; providing procedures and fees
for licensure; providing for automatic expiration; amending
s. 482.091(1), (2), (5), Florida Statutes, and adding subsection
(6) to said section; providing for issuance and expiration of
identification cards; amending s. 482.111, Florida Statutes;
providing procedures and fees for issuance of certificates;
specifying effect of certificate; providing for disposition of
fees; providing continuing education requirements; amending
s. 482.132(1), (3), Florida Statutes; deleting obsolete material;
amending s. 482.141(2), Florida Statutes; specifying fees for
examination; amending s. 482.151, Florida Statutes; providing
procedures and fees for issuance of special identification cards;
specifying effect of card; providing for expiration; amending
s. 482.152, Florida Statutes; providing an exemption for one-
man certified operators; amending s. 482.161, Florida Statutes;
providing for administrative penalties; specifying effect of
revocation or suspension; amending s. 482.211(1), Florida Stat-
utes; providing exemptions; amending s. 482.226, Florida Stat-
utes; providing for reports of inspections for wood-destroying
organisms; creating s. 482.227, Florida Statutes; limiting use
of the terms "guarantee" and "warranty" in service contracts;
reviving and readopting, notwithstanding the Regulatory Sun-
set Act, chapter 482, Florida Statutes, as amended; allowing
to stand repealed under the Regulatory Sunset Act ss. 482.225,
482.162, Florida Statutes, relating to persons who held certifi-
cates and special identification cards on October 1, 1978, and
relating to disciplinary measures and probation; providing for
legislative review; providing an effective date.

Rep. Spaet moved that HB 26-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 26-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Spaet, the rules were waived
and HB 26-D was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Nays-None



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By Representatives Danson and .Kiser--,-
HR 22-D-A resolution recognizing March 25, 1982, as the
161st anniversary of the Greek Revolutionary War of Inde-
pendence and commending the Greek people.
WHEREAS, March 25, 1821, marks the date upon which the
Greek Revolutionary War of Independence began whereby
Bishop Germanos of the Diocese of Old Patras issued a procla-
mation of freedom which marked the end of 368 years of
enslavement by the Ottoman Turks, and
WHEREAS, on March 25, 1821, a handful of Greek patriots
led by Bishop Germanos raised a sky blue flag with a white
cross and thus began the revolution against the Turkish
tyranny which culminated in the emergence of the modern
Greek state, and
WHEREAS, during their period of enslavement the Greek
people, led by the Greek orthodox clergy managed to preserve
a national pride, keep alive the ancient Greek culture and
maintain a vigorous faith in the church, and
WHEREAS, Greeks have had a beneficial influence on the
State of Florida since the early 1920's when the Greeks made
Tarpon Springs a great sponge fishing center, and
WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the House of Representa-
tives take time out to recognize the Greek people upon the
161st anniversary of the Greek Revolutionary War of Inde-
pendence, NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida:
That the House of Representatives hereby recognizes March
25, 1982, as the 161st anniversary of the Greek Revolutionary
War of Independence and salutes the Greek people for their
spirit, courage and honor in the face of tyranny and accords
this expression in recognition and appreciation of the invalu-
able contributions which the Greek people have made to
Florida.
BE IT FURTHER RESOVED that a copy of this resolution
be presented to the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church of
Tarpon Springs, the St. Barbra's Greek Orthodox Church of
Braderiton, and the Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox Church
of Tallahassee as a tangible token of the sentiments expressed
herein.

Rep. Danson moved that HR 22-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HR 22-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Danson HR 22-D
was read the second time in full and adopted. The vote was:

Yeas-107



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox
Nays-None



Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L.J.
Hattaway- .
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw ::
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman



Lehtinen R
Lewis R
Liberti.
Lippman R
Mann S
Martin S
Martinez S
McEwan S
McPherson, S. S
McPherson, T. S
Meek S
Meffert S
Melby S
Messersmith S
Mitchell T
Moffitt T
Moore T
Morgan U
Myers V
Nergard V
Nuckolls V
Ogden V
:Patchett V
Patterson .V
Plummer, J. -
Plummer, L. H. Y
Price



1eynolds
richmond
Zobinson
Zosen
iadowski
ample
"hackelford
heldon
ilver
;mith, C. R,
mith, J. H.
mith, L. J.
paet
teele
'homas .
'hompson
'ygart
rpchurch
Vard
Tatt
Vebster
Veinstock
Vetherell
Villiams
Voodburn
youngg



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Bell

Consideration of Bill on Third Reading

HB 7-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to personnel
of the school system; amending ss. 230.321(1) and 230.66(5)
and (7), Florida Statutes, to conform to provisions of this act;
creating s. 231.001, Florida Statutes, authorizing district school
boards to adopt rules relating to personnel; amending s. 231.02,
Florida Statutes, providing qualifications for employment in
the district school system; amending s. 231.06, Florida Statutes,
providing penalties for assault or battery of district school
board employees; amending s. 231.07, Florida Statutes, relating
to the disturbance of school functions, to clarify; amending s.
231.085, Florida Statutes, relating to duties of principals;
amending s. 231.09, Florida Statutes, relating to duties of in-
structional personnel; amending s. 231.141, Florida Statutes,
deleting provisions encouraging district school boards to ap-
point teacher aides in certain grades; amending s. 231.17(3) (a),
Florida Statutes, providing reemployment rights of beginning
teachers; amending s. 231.262, Florida Statutes, providing that
the Department of Education, rather than the Education Prac-
tices Commission, shall investigate complaints not subject to
the revocation or suspension of certificates; authorizing mem-
bers of the department general counsel staff to review investi-
gations and conduct prosecutions; amending s. 231.28, Florida
Statutes, authorizing the Education Practices Commission to
impose penalties as provided by law; providing additional
grounds for discipline; amending s. 231.29, Florida Statutes,
revising procedures for assessing district personnel; providing
for training programs for evaluators; excluding personnel files
from public view; amending s. 231.30(1), Florida Statutes, delet-
ing specified certification fees and requiring the State Board of
Education to adopt rules pertaining to such fees; amending s.
231.36, Florida Statutes, providing for professional service con-
tracts; providing that contracts shall contain provisions for
dismissal only for just cause; providing for renewal of con-
tracts; providing procedures in the case of unsatisfactory per-
formance, including notification, informal review, transfer of
position, inservice training, and hearing; providing for final
determination by the school board for nonrenewal; providing
that an employee with continuing contract status on July 1,
1984, may retain such contract; providing procedures for sus-
pension or dismissal upon certain grounds and providing for
appeal; providing for rules relating to reductions in personnel
who are on continuing or professional service contracts; pro-
viding for certain continuing service credit; providing that a
retired employee returning to work must return on a proba-
tionary contract basis; providing that chapter 18964, Laws of
Florida, 1937, as amended, chapter 21197, Laws of Florida, 1941,
as amended, and chapter 21287, Laws of Florida, 1941, as
amended, shall remain in full force, and prohibiting certain
other local tenure or other employee contract legislation;
amending s. 231.381, Florida Statutes, to delete obsolete lan-
guage; amending s. 231.39, Florida Statutes, providing for
leaves of absence with or without compensation pursuant to
district school board rules; creating s. 231.391, Florida Statutes,
authorizing school boards to purchase retirement annuities;
amending s. 231.40(2), Florida Statutes, providing sick leave
for noninstructional personnel; amending s. 231.41, Florida
Statutes, providing for illness-in-line-of-duty leave for all dis-
trict school board employees; creating s. 231.415, Florida Stat-
utes, providing that leave provisions shall not supersede any
local law establishing a civil service system covering school
district employees; amending s. 231.44, Florida Statutes, pro-
viding penalties for absence without leave for all district school
board employees; amending s. 231.45, Florida Statutes, requir-
ing each principal and superintendent to keep records of days
present and absent for employees; amending s. 231.47, Florida
Statutes, requiring school boards to adopt rules for the em-
ployment and compensation of substitute teachers; amending
s. 231.471(1), Florida Statutes, authorizing district school
boards to hire teachers for less than a full school year; creat-
ing s. 231.472, Florida Statutes, authorizing district school
boards to provide annual leave for 12-month employees; saving
specified sections of chapter 231. Florida Statutes, from sun-
set review and repeal scheduled October 1, 1982; providing for
future review and repeal in accordance with the Regulatory
Sunset Act; providing an effective date.
-was read the third time by title.



Representatives Sadowski, Gardner, and Kimmel offered the
following amendment:



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Amendment 1-On page 22, line 8, strike: "This" and insert:
Except as otherwise hereinafter provided, this
Rep. Sadowski moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representatives Sadowski, Gardner, and Kimmel offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 23, line 8, strike the word "to" and
insert: In such hearing the employee may raise as an issue,
among other things, the sufficiency of the Superintendent's
charges of unsatisfactory performance. Such hearing shall
Rep. Sadowski moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

The question recurred on the passage of HB 7-D. The vote
was:

Yeas-106



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Easley
Evans-Jones



Ewing
Foster
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hileber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser



Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.



Nays-7
Batchelor Hagler Patterson
Dyer Jones, D. L. Smith, J. H.



Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff



Ward



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Young
Yeas to Nays-Dunbar, Sample
Nays to Yeas-Dyer
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Carpenter-
HB 16-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
creating the Florida Higher Education Loan Authority Act;
providing definitions; authorizing the creation of higher edu-
cation loan authorities; providing purpose; providing member-
ship, powers, and duties of authorities; providing powers relat-
ing to loans to qualified institutions of higher learning for
specified- purposes; providing for student educational loans;
providing for the authorization -and issuance of bonds; pro-
viding conditions and procedures; -providing for trust funds;
requiring an annual report; providing tax exemptions; creating
the college career work experience program; providing -for its
administration; providing eligibility requirements; creating the
College Career Work Experience Program Trust Fund;: amend-
ing s. 240.203(1), Florida Statutes, extending the period within
which the State Board of Education may review Board of



Regeiits' rules;' amending. '240.209(3) (a), Florida Statutes,
providing for the appointment or removal of the president of
each university in accordance with rules adopted by the Board
of Regents; amending s. 240.257(4)(a), Florida Statutes, and
adding a subsection, modifying the Florida Endowment Trust
Fund for Eminent Scholars Act as it relates to the New College
Foundation of the University of South Florida; amending s.
240.277, Florida Statutes, relating to expenditure by the Board
of Regents of certain funds and collections, to delete provisions
requiring gubernatorial approval; amending s. 240.311(2),
Florida Statutes, deleting authority of the State Community
College Coordinating Board over the suspension or dismissal
of the director of the Division of Community Colleges; adding
a paragraph to s. 240.319(3), Florida Statutes, to include within
the duties and powers of community college district boards of
trustees the authority to contract for the purchase, lease, or
acquisition in any manner, of equipment required by. the
college; amending s. 240.335, Florida Statutes, requiring com-
munity college boards of trustees to eradicate discrimination
in granting salaries and to file annual reports; amending s.
240.359(3)(d), Florida Statutes, eliminating a duplicative and
contradictory statutory requirement that community colleges
offer free courses to the elderly under certain circumstances;
amending s. 240.401(2), Florida Statutes, to provide for the
issuance of state tuition vouchers to students registered at
certain colleges or universities which grant baccalaureate or
associate degrees; amending s. 240.513(3)(b), (e), and (f),
Florida Statutes, providing for appropriation for Shands Teach-
ing Hospital to the J. Hillis Miller Health Center; amending
s. 242.62(2)(c) and (d) and (3), Florida Statutes, providing
for appropriation for the first accredited medical school to
the Department of Education; amending s. 243.151(1) and (3),
Florida Statutes, providing for the length of lease agreements
under specified conditions and for universities to negotiate
agreements under this section; amending s. 381.503(3) (a) and
(b), (4), (5)(c), (6), (7), and (8), Florida Statutes, modifying
provisions relating to the community hospital education program
established within the Department of Education; providing
special relief; providing conditional exemption for certain edu-
cational facilities from certain low energy requirements; pro-
viding effective dates.
Rep. Carpenter moved that HB 16-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 16-D was read
the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Carpenter, the rules
were waived and the bill was read the second time by title.

Representative Lewis offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 37, between lines 15 and 16, insert
Section 42. Subsection (6) of section 240.465, Florida Stat-
utes, is renumbered as subsection (7), and a new subsection
(6) is added to said section to read:
240.465 Delinquent accounts.-
(6) The Department of Education shall notify the Depart-
ment of Professional Regulation of each borrower who has been
determined to be delinquent in making legally required scholar-
ship loan or student loan repayments. Upon such notification,
each board within the Department of Professional Regulation
shall suspend the license of any such licensee until such time
as the delinquent status has been removed. (renumber follow-
ing section)
Rep. Lewis moved the adoption of the amendment. On motion
by Rep. Hodes, the amendment was laid on the table.

On motion by Rep. Carpenter, the rules were waived and HB
16-D was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-108



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
BurYsed
Burrall



Bush
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty-
Danson



Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Foster
Friedmaox
Friedmai n



Gallagher
Gardner -
Girardeau
Gordon _
Grant
"Hagler
Hall, C.-A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawklins, L.-R



April :7, 1982



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Nergard Smith, C. R.
Nuckolls Smith, J. H.
Ogden Smith, L. J.
Patchett Spaet
Patterson Steele
Plummer, J. Thomas
Plummer, L. H. Thompson
Price Tygart
Ready Upchurch
Reynolds Ward
Richmond Watt
Robinson Webster
Rosen Wetherell
Sample Williams
Shackelford Woodburn
Sheldon Woodruff
Silver Young



was immediately certified to the



By Representatives Steele and Easley-
HCR 17-D-A concurrent resolution honoring Burt Reynolds
for his many extraordinary contributions as an artist, teacher,
and humanitarian of international significance.
:Rep. Steele moved that HCR 17-D be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and HCR 17-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Steele, the rules were waived
and HCR 17-D was read the second time in full and adopted.
The vote was:

Yeas-l105



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox



Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hagler
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman



Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
Meek
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond



Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-1

Bush
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Meffert, Bell
Yeas to Nays-Webster
Nays to Yeas--Bush

Under the rule, the concurrent resolution was immediately
certified to the Senate.. .



Hawkins, M. E. Lehtineri
Hazouri Lewis
Hieber Liberti
Hodes Lippman
Hodges, G. Martin
Hodges, W. R. Martinez
Hollingsworth McEwan
Johnson, A. E. McPherson, S.
Johnson, B. L. McPherson, T.
Johnson, R. C. Meek
Jones, C. F. Meffert
Jones, D. L. Melby
Kelly Mitchell
Kershaw Moffitt
Kimmel Moore
Kutun Morgan
Lehman Myers
Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Bell, Dyer



and laetrile under certain circumstances; providing a descrip-
tion of drugs, devices, or cosmetics which are deemed adulterated
or misbranded; prohibiting the possession of certain new drugs
without a prescription; providing exceptions; providing for



By Representative Lippman-
HB 13-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to foods,
drugs, and cosmetics; creating part I of chapter 500, Florida
Statutes, designated as the "Florida Food Act"; amending s.
500.01, Florida Statutes, providing a short title; amending s.
500.02, Florida Statutes, relating to the purposes of the "Florida
Food Act"; amending s. 500.03, Florida Statutes, providing
definitions; amending s. 500.032, Florida Statutes, providing
for a declaration of policy and cooperation among departments
with respect to part I; amending s. 500.04, Florida Statutes,
prohibiting certain acts with respect to foods; amending s.
500.05, Florida Statutes, authorizing the Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer Services to seek injunctive relief to
restrain certain violations; amending s. 500.06(1) and (3),
Florida Statutes, conforming language; amending s. 500.07,
Florida Statutes, describing duties of certain prosecuting offi-
cers; amending s. 500.08, Florida Statutes, providing that cer-
tain minor violations of part I may be overlooked under cer-
tain circumstances; amending ss. 500.12(1), (4) and 500.121
(1)(a) and (3), Florida Statutes, conforming language; amend-
ing and renumbering s. 500.19, Florida Statutes, eliminating
reference to drugs, devices, or cosmetics with respect to false
advertising; amending and renumbering s. 500.20, Florida Stat-
utes, conforming language; amending and renumbering s. 500.21,
Florida Statutes, providing for inspection of factories and ware-
houses by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Serv-
ices; amending and renumbering s. 500.22, Florida Statutes,
providing for reports and dissemination of information by the
department; amending and renumbering s. 500.23, Florida Stat-
utes, eliminating reference to the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services; amending and renumbering s. 500.24,
Florida Statutes, conforming language; transferring ss. 500.29,
500.30, and 500.33, Florida Statutes; amending and renumbering
ss. 500.31 and 500.32, Florida Statutes, correcting cross ref-
erences; amending and renumbering s. 500.39, Florida Statutes,
eliminating reference to drugs, devices, or cosmetics, and to
the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, with
respect to records of interstate shipment; amending and re-
numbering s. 500.40, Florida Statutes, eliminating reference
to drugs, devices, or cosmetics; amending and renumbering ss.
500.41 and 500.42, Florida Statutes, eliminating obsolete lan-
guage; amending and renumbering s. 500.43, Florida Statutes,
eliminating obsolete language and correcting cross references;
amending and renumbering ss. 500.500, 500.501, 500.502, 500.503,
500.505, and 500.506, Florida Statutes, correcting statutory ref-
erences; transferring s. 500.504, Florida Statutes; creating
part II of chapter 500, Florida Statutes, consisting of ss. 500.401
through 500.448, Florida Statutes, designated as the "Florida
Drug and Cosmetic Act"; providing legislative purpose; provid-
ing definitions; providing for administration and enforcement
by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services; pro-
hibiting certain acts; providing for the establishment of the
Florida Drug and Cosmetic Technical Review Panel; providing
for the authority and responsibility of the panel; providing
for the issuance, renewal, denial, and revocation of permits
and registration by the Department of Health and Rehabilita-
tive Services; providing for applications for approval of pro-
prietary drugs; providing for applications for investigational
drugs; providing for clinical investigations and investigational
drugs; providing for generic drugs; providing for the sale,
delivery, manufacture, and distribution of new drugs; providing
for technical review, approval, and denial; authorizing the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to collect
certain fees; providing for permits, inspections, and fees with
respect to drug wholesale, drug repackaging, and drug, cosmetic,
or device manufacturing businesses, and for inspection of in-
vestigational drug programs; providing identification require-
ments with respect to drug products in finished, solid, oral
dosage form; providing penalties and remedies; providing for
the embargoing or destruction of articles or processing equip-
ment used in violation of law or rule; providing for records
with respect to interstate shipment; exempting certain carriers
from the provisions of part II; providing cause for seizure and
condemnation of drugs, devices, or cosmetics; providing pro-
cedures with respect to seizure; providing for the condemnation
and sale, or for release, of certain detained articles; providing
for the duty of certain prosecuting officers; providing that
certain minor violations need not be reported; providing penal.
ties; providing for the manufacture, sale, and use of DMSO



So the bill passed and
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complimentary drugs and for permits to distribute and dispose
of drugs; providing a schedule of certain drug application filings
and fees; providing for the deposit of such fees in the Florida
Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Trust Fund; providing that pheny-
lalanine is declared to be a prescription drug; providing for
annual registration of drugs, devices, and cosmetics; providing
the revocation and suspension of registration under part II;
providing for examination and investigation fees; providing for
reports and dissemination of information by the Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services; authorizing the department
to incur certain expenses; creating the "Florida Drug, Device,
and Cosmetic Trust Fund"; providing for rules; providing for
the denial or revocation of certain permits; transferring s.
500.1518, Florida Statutes, to chapter 465, Florida Statutes;
amending s. 465.022(1) (f), Florida Statutes, correcting a cross
reference; amending s. 893.02(11) (b) and (16), Florida Stat-
utes, correcting a cross reference; repealing s. 500.14, Florida
Statutes, relating to drugs or devices deemed adulterated; re-
pealing s. 500.15, Florida Statutes, relating to drugs or devices
deemed misbranded; repealing s. 500.151, Florida Statutes, re-
lating to the possession of certain drugs without a prescription;
repealing s. 500.152, Florida Statutes, relating to complimentary
drugs and the disposition of drugs unsuitable for dispensing;
repealing s. 500.156, Florida Statutes, relating to phenylalanine;
repealing s. 500.16, Florida Statutes, relating to the sale, etc.,
of new drugs; repealing s. 500.17, Florida Statutes, relating to
cosmetics deemed adulterated; repealing s. 500.18, Florida Stat-
utes, relating to cosmetics deemed misbranded; repealing s.
500.201, Florida Statutes, relating to the authority of the De-
partment of Health and Rehabiltative Services to make rules
with respect to drugs, devices, and cosmetics; repealing s.
500.341, Florida Statutes, relating to the registration of drugs,
devices, and cosmetics; repealing s. 500.351, Florida Statutes,
relating to examination and investigation fees; repealing s.
500.361, Florida Statutes, relating to the revocation and sus-
pension of registration; repealing s. 500.46, Florida Statutes,
relating to wholesale drug and drug manufacturer establish-
ment permits, renewals, and inspections; repealing s. 500.462,
Florida Statutes, relating to drug products in finished, solid,
oral dosage form; repealing ss. 500.1515 and 500.465, Florida
Statutes, relating to the regulation of laetrile; repealing ss.
500.1516 and 500.466, Florida Statutes, relating to regulation
of DMSO; repealing s. 500.47, Florida Statutes, relating to the
authority of the department of Health and Rehabilitative Serv-
ices to revoke or suspend permits; providing for review and
repeal in accordance with the Regulatory Sunset Act and the
Sundown Act; providing that I.A.T. blood fractions used in
the detection and treatment of cancer shall not be regulated
by the Florida Drug and Cosmetic Act, but shall be regulated
by the "Cancer Therapeutic Act of 1981"; providing an effec-
tive date.
Rep. Lippman moved that HB 13-D be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 13-D was read the
first time by title. On motions by Rep. Lippman, the rules were
waived and HB 13-D was read the second time by title and
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.



Nays-2
Allen



Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thompson
Tygart



Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock



Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Thomas



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Bell
Yeas to Nays-Hollingsworth
Nays to Yeas-Thomas
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Recessed

The House stood in informal recess at 11:00 a.m. and recon-
vened at 11:51 a.m. with a quorum present.

Communication from the Governor

The following Proclamation was read:
PROCLAMATION

State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
(Third Amendment to Proclamation dated March 26, 1982)
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA
SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
WHEREAS, on the 26th day of March, 1982, a proclamation
of the Governor was issued convening a Special Session of
the Florida Legislature commencing at 1:00 p.m., Monday,
March 29, 1982 and extending through midnight, Thursday,
April 1, 1982, and
WHEREAS, on March 29 and March 30, 1982, amendments
extending this Special Session through noon, Wednesday, April
7, 1982 and expanding the call so that the Legislature could
consider additional legislative business as specified in these
amendments, and
WHEREAS, consultation with the leadership of the Florida
Legislature reflects that progress is being made and that this
Special Session should be continued until the matters under
consideration are completed, and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of
the State to extend the length of the Special Session in order
to permit full and adequate consideration of all items within
my proclamation of March 26, 1982, as amended;



Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hagler
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.



Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.



Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen



NOW, THEREFORE, I, BOB GRAHAM, Governor of the
State of Florida, by virtue of the power and authority vested
in me by Article III, Section 3(c)(1), Florida Constitution,
do hereby extend the special session beginning at noon, Wednes-
day, April 7, 1982 and extending through 4:00 p.m., Wednes-
day, April 7, 1982.
Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclamation
of the Governor dated March 26, 1982, as amended, is ratified
and confirmed.

7 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 7th day of April, 1982.
BOB GRAHAM
OED Governor

ATTEST:
GEORGE FIRESTONE
Secretary of State



Yeas-104
The Chair
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany



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Recessed
The House recessed at 11:59 a.m., to reconvene at 12:50 p.m.
today.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 12:50 p.m. A
quorum was present.
Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has accepted the Conference Committee Report as
an entirety and passed HB 4-D as amended by the Conference
Committee Report. .
Joe Brown, Secretary

Conference Committee Report on HB 4-D
On motion by Rep. Morgan, the House took up the following
Report of the Conference Committee on HB 4-D:
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr.
Speaker, House of Representatives
The Honorable W. D. Childers
President of the Senate
Dear Sirs:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the Senate amendments to House Bill 4-D, same
being An act relating to educational facilities construction and
funding, having met, and after full and free conference, have
agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective
Houses, as follows:
1. That the Senate recede from its Amendments 1 and 2.
2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt
the Conference Committee amendments attached hereto,
and by reference made a part of this report.
Herbert F. Morgan, Chairman Jack D. Gordon, Vice-Chairman
Samuel P. Bell, III (By P. Thomas)
Beverly B. Burnsed Kenneth C. Jenne
Winston W. Gardner, Jr. Harry A. Johnston, II
Barry Kutun George Kirkpatrick
Frederick Lippman Tom Lewis
Franklin B. Mann Gwen Margolia
Jon Mills Clark Maxwell, Jr.
Steve Pajeic Robert W. McKnight
Curtis Peterson
Managers on the part of the James A. Scott
House of Representatives Sherrill Skinner
George Stuart, Jr.
Pat Thomas
Tom Tobiassen
John W. Vogt
Managers on the part of the
Senate
Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everything after
the enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. The Legislature hereby finds and determines that
the items and sums designated in this section shall constitute
authorized capital outlay projects within the meaning and as
required by s. 9(a) (2), Art. XII of the State Constitution, as
amended, and any other law. In accordance therewith, the
moneys in the following items are authorized to be expended
for the enumerated authorized capital outlay projects. From
moneys becoming available pursuant to the provisions of s.
9(a) (2), Art. XII of the State Constitution, there is hereby
appropriated $200,920,316 for public educational projects in the
fiscal year. The sums designated for each specific allocation
for a project is the maximum sum to be expended for each
specified phase from funds accruing under S. 9(a) (2), Article
XII of the State Constitution, as amended. The scope of each
project shall be planned in such a way as to provide that the



amounts specified shall not be exceeded, or any excess in cost
shall be funded by funds other than those derived from S.
9(a)(2), Article XII of the State Constitution, as amended.



From the funds appropriated for remodeling, renovation, and
maintenance, boards are encouraged, within the intent of the
appropriation, to fund projects which provide temporary em-
ployment for disadvantaged youths. Educational facilities funded
in whole or in part from this appropriation shall not be
required to meet the requirement as set forth in Section 2 of
CS for SB805, if Phase I documents as required in s. 235.26(5),
Florida Statutes, are approved by the Office of Educational
Facilities subsequent to the effective date of CS for SB805
and prior to the effective date of the appropriation. The
provisions of s. 216.301(3) (a), Florida Statutes, shall apply to
capital outlay funds appropriated to the Public Education Capi-
tal Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for the 1982-1983
appropriation.
(1)(a) The sum of $7,700,000 to the Shands Teaching
Hospital and Clinics, Incorporated, for the Shands Teaching
Hospital construction project. These funds represent the final
portion of the $40 million loan to Shands Teaching Hospital
and Clinics, Inc. Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics, Inc.,
shall repay the $40 million loan beginning in Fiscal Year 1985-
1986 at the rate of $4 million per year for 10 years to the
funds from which the construction moneys were advanced.
(b) The sum of $312,717 to the District School Board of
Dade County for the development of Fienberg Community School
pursuant to s. 235.196, Florida Statutes.
(c) The sum of $3,000,000 to the Board of Trustees of
Edison Community College for the construction and equipping
of a joint-use multipurpose hall with the University of South
Florida.
(d) The sum of $279,000 to the District School Board of
Columbia County for a community education project pursuant
to s. 235.196, Florida Statutes.
(e) The sum of $1,155,019 to the District School Board of
Lee County for a community education facility pursuant to
s. 235.196, Florida Statutes. These funds are to construct, equip,
and develop the system for a nature center in Lee County.
(f) The sum of $50,000 to the District School Board of
Putnam County for the renovation of an historical building at
Interlachen.
(g) The sum of $3,388,150 to the State Board of Education
for the construction of new facilities or remodeling of existing
facilities needed to house additional students resulting from
the HRS deinstitutionalization plan from Sunland Training
Centers. The District School Boards of Bay, Broward, Dade,
Duval, Escambia, Leon, Marion, Okaloosa, Orange, Seminole,
and Volusia Counties may submit to the commissioner a pro-
posal requesting capital outlay funds for needed facilities. The
commissioner shall evaluate the proposal with any other data
that he deems appropriate and after determining that the
facilities are needed recommend to the State Board of Educa-
tion for approval an amount to be allocated to the school board
for the purpose of carrying out the intent of this appropriation.
(h) The sum of $800,000 from the General Revenue Fund
to the Department of Education for public broadcasting equip-
ment matching grants. These funds are to match federal funds
for equipment grants. However, federal funds shall be matched
on the basis of one state dollar for every three federal dollars
and any excess of state funds not matched by federal dollars
shall revert to the General Revenue Fund.
(i) The sum of $598,910 to the Division of Blind Services
for the continuation of renovation of the heating and cooling
system and library modification at Daytona Beach.
(j) The sum of $300,000 to the District School Board of
Polk County for an historical, genealogical and cultural center.
(k) The isum of $564,656 to the Department of Education for
matching grants for I. T. V. equipment.
(1) The sum of $4, 322, 257 to the District School Board of
Citrus County for construction and equipping of a joint-use
facility in the Lecanto area of Citrus County to be shared with
Central Florida Community College pursuant to s. 235.195,
Florida Statutes.



(m) The sum of $687,593 to the Board of Trustees of
Brevard Community College for equipping a joint-use facility
with the University of Central Florida pursuant to s. 235.195,
Florida Statutes.



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(n) The sum of $42,000 to the District School Board of
Manatee County for a community education facility at Palmetto
City Park pursuant to s. 235.196, Florida Statutes.
(o) The sum of $50,000 to the District School Board of
Duval. County for a community education facility at Tree
Hill. This money is to be matched by a like amount from
non-state sources pursuant to s. 235.196, Florida Statutes.
(p) The sum of $65,000 to the District School Board of
Palm Beach County for construction of a fire training tower
at the South Technical Center pursuant to s. 235.196, Florida
Statutes.
(q) The sum of $1,158,801 to the District School Board of
Marion County for construction and equipping of a joint-use
facility with Levy County. The state's share of the total cost
of this facility shall not exceed 50 percent.
(r) The sum of $1,059,810 to the Florida School for the
Deaf and the Blind for the following projects:
Autoshop Expansion $213,529
Music Building (Planning) 92,504
Honor Dorm/Home Ec Building (Planning) 56,853
Maintenance 196,809
Multi-handicapped Building
(Planning and Land Acquisition) 500,115
From the funds appropriated in subsection (1) (c) of Section
46, Chapter 81-223, Laws of Florida, the Board of Trustees of
the Florida School for -the Deaf and the Blind is hereby au-
thorized to acquire property immediately adjacent to and
joining the present campus. Approval by the Department of
General Services and the Department of Natural Resources
shall be secured prior to acquisition.
(2) The sum of $89,772,370 to the school boards of the
67 school districts for the following allocations:
(a) The sum of $32,692,403 for remodeling, renovation,
maintenance, repairs, and site improvement pursuant to s.
235.435(1), Florida Statutes.
(b) The sum of $38,969,078 for new construction projects
pursuant to s. 235.435(3), Florida Statutes, as renumbered
by this act.
(c) The sum of $16,580,137 for the repayment of advanced
funding pursuant to s. 235.222, Florida Statutes.
These funds shall be used to fund other appropriations in this
act.
The commissioner may adjust the amounts appropriated in
paragraphs (b) and (c) upon determining final C.O. and D.S.
units for the 1981-1982 fiscal year.
(d) The sum of $1,000,000 to the Board of Regents of the
State University System for renovation and repairs at the
Laboratory Schools at the University of Florida, Florida State
University, Florida A & M University, and Florida Atlantic
University.
(e) The sum of $530,752 for the following vocational-techni-
cal projects:
1. Lee area vocational-technical center equipment $150,752
2. Washington area vocational-technical center
commercial food laboratory, planning, construc-
tion and equipment $185,000
3. Lake area vocational-technical center equipment $95,000
4. Santa Rosa area vocational-technical center
equipment $100,000
(3) The sum of $35,176,441 to the Boards of Trustees of
the 28 community colleges for the following allocations:
(a) The sum of $2,615,017 for remodeling, renovation, main-
tenance, repairs and site improvement pursuant to s. 235.435(1),
Florida Statutes. From the moneys made available to the Boards
of Trustees of the twenty-eight community colleges for remodel-
ing, renovation and maintenance projects, the sum of $148,000



is appropriated to Chipola Junior College for security lighting.
This money is to be paid back by withholding the share Chipola
would normally receive from the appropriation for this cate-
gory in 1983-84 and 1984-85.



April 7 7, 1982



(e) Pensacola Junior College is authorized to expend funds
received from the Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund
for the purchase of the Whittle property in Milton, Florida.
The purchase price is not to exceed $50,000.
(4) The sum of $49,737,592 to the Board of Regents of
the State University System for the following allocation:



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(b) The sum of $5,258,126 for repayment of advanced fund-
ing pursuant to s. 235.222, Florida Statutes. The repayment
is to be made in accordance with the recommendation in the
Commissioner's Capital Outlay Budget request. These funds
shall be used to fund other appropriations in this act.
(c) The sum of $27,303,298 for the following projects::
1. Santa Fe Allied Health Building,: onstruiiction
and equipment $5,700,000
2. Manatee -Venice Center, site planning, con-
struction and equipment $6,125,000
3. Edison Joint use share for multipurpose hall,
construction and equipment $1,500,000
4. Florida Jr. College Classroom/lab building
Phase I, planning and construction $3,500,000
This allocation to Florida Jr. College represents par-
tial cost of the project to be constructed by fast-
track scheduling. The Board of Trustees shall ar-
range the awarding of contracts whereby the amount
allocated herein shall not be exceeded during the
1982-83 fiscal year.
5. Palm Beach-learning resource center and aca-
demic laboratories (construction and equipment) $4,500,000
6. Pensacola Milton Center (planning & land) $750,000
7. Daytona Beach West Volusia Campus remod-
eling and/or land acquisition ($1,000,000) and
remodeling of main campus auditorium (plan-
ning) (50,000) $1,050,000
8. Broward Parking and access $650,000
9. Central Florida Joint use share for facility
at Lecanto $532,502
10. Brevard Joint use share for facility with the
University of Central Florida $343,796
11. Miami Dade Fire Center $1,638,000
12. Miami Dade Campus Security $564,000
13. Polk Joint use facility planning $150,000
If the results of the Postsecondary Education Plan-
ning Commission study of educational program
needs in Polk County indicate that a joint-use facil-
ity for Polk Community College arid the University
of South Florida is feasible, $150,000 is hereby
appropriated to conduct the planning for such a
joint-use facility.
14. Gulf Coast Equipment for Allied Health
Building $300,000
15. St. Petersburg Authorization is given to the
District Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg
Junior College to purchase approximately one.
acre of land as an addition to the Health Edu-
cation Facility site. This purchase shall not be
from funds appropriated by the Legislature in
Chapter 79-212 or Chapter 80-414, Laws of
Florida, from the Public Education Capital Out-
lay and Debt Service Trust Fund.
From the above projects the State Board of Education may
allocate savings from lower than estimated project cost to
emergency repair and maintenance needs, renovation, minor
projects, claims and handicapped corrections.
(d) The $530,823 appropriated in Section 46(3) (f)4., Chap-
ter 81-223, Laws of Florida, is hereby amended to include
planning for business education labs and allied health facilities
if such facilities are subsequently recommended in an educa-
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(a) The sum of $7,282,866 for remodeling, renovation, main-
tenance, repairs, and site improvement pursuant to s. 235.435(1),
Florida Statutes. From the amount appropriated for repair,
renovation, and maintenance, $35,000 is allocated to the Uni-
versity of South Florida to construct a dock at the Bayboro
campus.
(b) The sum of $42,454,726 for the following projects:
1. Florida A & M University School of Archi-
tecture construction and equipment $5,650,000
2. University of South Florida Engineering
Building construction and equipment $7,000,000
3. Florida State University Panama City Branch
construction and equipment $6,924,650
As of July 1, 1982, the responsibility for the opera-
tion and administration of the University Center of
the University of West Florida in Panama City
shall be transferred to the Florida State University.
This transfer shall include, but not be limited to,
responsibility for the following: educational pro-
grams; management; personnel, including faculty
and staff; student support and activities; and use
and disposition of all assets which have accrued to
the center, including lands, buildings, and plans for
use of the same. The president of the Florida State
University, in cooperation with the president of the
University of West Florida, shall, by July 1, 1982,
submit a plan to the Board of Regents and the
Legislature outlining the implementation of this
transfer.
4. Florida Atlantic University/Florida
International University-Broward Expansion $3,019,280
From this amount $2,019,280 is allocated to expand
the Commercial Boulevard facility and $1,000,000
is allocated to begin construction at the downtown
Ft. Lauderdale site.
5. University of Florida-Engineering
(planning) $ 600,000
6. Florida Atlantic University-Library
(planning) $ 585,000
7. University of South Florida-Joint use share
for a multipurpose hall, construction and
equipment $1,500,000
8. University of Florida-Reed Building
(renovation) $ 275,000
9. UWF Okaloosa Center
(planning) $ 25,000
The Board of Regents shall study the existing pro-
grams, course offerings, and facilities at the Uni-
versity of West Florida Center in Okaloosa County
and make recommendations concerning program and
facility needs at the center for the next five years.
The report shall be done in conjunction with the
University of West Florida and educational and
community groups in Okaloosa County. The report
shall include an analysis of the potential for use
of existing facilities in Okaloosa County to house
the center.
10. University of Central Florida/Brevard
Community College---Joint use
facility (completion) $ 343,796
11. Florida Atlantic University-Teaching
Gymnasium (equipment) $ 410,000
12. Florida International University
Completion of Academic II (phase I) $ 980,000



13. Florida International University
Teaching Gymnasium
(construction and equipment) $6,000,000
14. University of Central Florida
Engineering Building
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15. Florida International University Engi-
neering Building (renovation) $200,000
16. University of Florida-IFAS comple-
tion of Laboratory Animal Science Pro-
ject $1,800,000
17. University of West Florida Computer
Science Facility (planning) $142,000
From the above projects the Board of Regents may allocate
savings from lower than estimated project cost to emergency
repair and maintenance needs, renovation, minor projects,
claims and handicapped corrections.
Section 2. (1) The sum of $1,500,000 from the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund is
hereby appropriated to the Board of Regents of the State Uni-
versity System for matching funds to construct a facility at
the Holland Law Center at the University of Florida.
(2) The isum of $8,123,000 from the General Revenue Fund
is hereby appropriated to the Board of Regents of the State
University System for construction, renovation and equip-
ment for the Teaching Hospital program at Tampa General
Hospital.
(3) The sum of $2,733,200 is hereby appropriated to the
Board of Regents of the State University System from the
Capital Improvement Fee and Student Building Fee Trust
Fund for renovation of Gibbs Hall, Paddyfote Complex and
Truth Hall at Florida A & M University. The terms of condi-
tions of s. 7(1) (c) of chapter 80-414, Laws of Florida, shall
apply.
(4) The sum of $138,430 from the Capital Improvement
Fee Trust Fund and Student Building Fee Trust Fund and
$20,775 from General Revenue is hereby appropriated to the
Board of Regents of the State University System for Energy
Conservation Improvements at Florida Atlantic University.
(5) Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 216.301(3) (a),
Florida Statutes, the March 31, 1982 unencumbered balance of
the $2,350,000 provided in the specific appropriation 3E of
Section 3 of chapter 80-411, Laws of Florida, shall not revert
and shall be made available to the Board of Regents of the
State University System for the Northwest Regional Data
Center at Florida State University.
(6) The sum of $677,947 is hereby appropriated from the
Capital Improvement Fee Trust Fund and Student Building
Fee Trust Fund to the Board of Regents of the State Univer-
sity System for fire code corrections in housing at Florida
State University. The terms of conditions set forth in s. 7(1) (c)
of chapter 80-414, Laws of Florida, shall apply.
(7) (a) The sum of $1,650,000 is hereby appropriated from
the Capital Improvement Fee Trust Fund and the Student
Building Fee Trust Fund to the Board of Regents of the State
University System for the University of South Florida Fine
Arts Rehearsal Exhibition Facility. These funds are to isupple-
ment the 1981-1982 appropriation for this facility.
(b) The sum of $906,000 is hereby appropriated from the
Capital Improvement Fee Trust Fund and the Student Building
Fee Trust Fund to the Board of Regents of the State Univer-
sity System for athletic facilities at the University of West
Florida.
(c) First priority for the encumbrance of funds from the
Capital Improvement Fee Trust Fund and the Student Building
Fee Trust Fund shall be given to those projects appropriated
in s. 47 of chapter 81-223, Laws of Florida.
Section 3. (1) Beginning on July 1, 1982, the Legislature
authorizes the transfer of $45 million pursuant to the appro-
priation in subsection (2), from funds contained in the
Cigarette Tax Collection Trust Fund which are earmarked for
deposit in the General Revenue Fund pursuant to s. 210.20(3),
Florida Statutes, to the Cancer and Chronic Disease Research
and Treatment Center Trust Fund. The first proceeds of funds
earmarked for the General Revenue Fund shall be transferred
to the Cancer and Chronic Disease Research and Treatment



Center Trust Fund in an amount not to exceed $8,730,000 in
1982-1983, $25,020,000 in 1983-1984 and $11,250,000 in 1984-1985.
(2) The Board of Regents is hereby authorized to covenant
to complete a Cancer and Chronic Disease Research and Treat-
ment Center at the University of South Florida College of
Medicine. To complete this project, the Legislature appro-











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priates $8,730,000 in 1982-1983, $25,020,000 in 1983-1984, and
$11,250,000 in 1984-1985 from the Cancer and Chronic Disease
Research and Treatment Center Trust Fund. The total con-
struction cost of $45 million is guaranteed by the pledge of
the first proceeds from revenues contained in the Cigarette
Tax Collection Trust Fund which are earmarked from the
General Revenue Fund to the Cancer and Chronic Disease
Research and Treatment Trust Fund and the covenant to
complete the project as authorized in this section. The Board
of Regents shall administer the funds, manage the project, and
provide any technical or managerial assistance through the
completion of the project.
Section 4. The Legislature hereby appropriates the sum of
$2,700,000 from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund to the
Conservation and Renewable Energy Construction Account of
the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust
Fund. This appropriation is contingent on the passage of HB
965 or similar legislation.
Section 5. Section 235.06, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
235.06 Safety and sanitation standards and inspection of
property.-The State Board of Education is empowered and
directed to adopt rules prescribing standards for the safety
and health of occupants of educational plants as a part of the
State Uniform Building Code for Public Educational Facilities
Construction as provided in s. 235.26. These standards shall be
used by all public agencies when inspecting public educational
facilities. In accordance with such standards, each board shall
prescribe policies and procedures establishing a comprehensive
program of safety and sanitation for the protection of occu-
pants of public educational facilities. Such policies shall con-
tain procedures for periodic inspections as prescribed herein
and for withdrawal of any educational plant, or portion there-
of, from use until unsafe or unsanitary conditions are cor-
rected or removed.
(1) PERIODIC INSPECTION OF PROPERTY BY THE
BOARD.-Each board shall provide for periodic inspection of
each educational plant at least once during each fiscal year
to determine compliance with standards of sanitation and
safety prescribed in the rules of the state board. Such inspec-
tion shall be conducted by persons certified by the office
and, for fire safety inspections, by persons certified by the
State Fire Marshal. A-nuea4 fir-esfety inpeetiee sh el be ee-
dueted by the Divitsi e StFate -4r-e ter-shl e4 4 the eait-
fen4rt o4 f.suPaneeI 4f the i-vision 4 State Fire tarehea ie
unable to eo=die'e eny ae-nfti fireesafety inepeetien, upen a&p-
"preval e4 the division, ueeh in-peeotie shal4 be een^4eted by a
lees4 f4se deptnent 4f4ieiea wo 4e has een eertiiied by the
division as having eempleted the training requirements fe
peorsns iEnpee-ting eduetienal failities A copy of each inspec-
tion report shall be forwarded from the board to the commis-
sioner. A copy of the fire safety inspection report only shall
be forwarded from the board to the State Fire Marshal. Each
report shall include a plan of action and a schedule for the
correction of each deficiency. If major deficiencies are noted
in any inspection, the board shall either take action to prompt-
ly correct such deficiencies or withdraw the educational plant
from use until such time as the deficiencies are corrected.
The State Board of Education shall be responsible for the
enforcement of this subsection.
(2) INSPECTION OF EDUCATIONAL PROPERTY BY
OTHER PUBLIC AGENCIES.-A safety or sanitation inspec-
tion of any educational plant may be made at any time by
the Department of Education or any other state or local
agency authorized or required to conduct such inspections by
either general or special law. Such inspections shall be conducted
by staff members of the agency or by local personnel certified by
the office and for firesafety by persons certified by the State
Fire Marshal. Each agency conducting inspections shall use
the .standards adopted by the State Board of Education in
lieu of, and to the exclusion of, any other inspection standards
prescribed either by statute or administrative rule. The agency
shall submit a copy of the inspection report to the board, and
the board shall forward a copy as required in subsection (1).
Upon failure of the board to take corrective action within a
reasonable time, the agency may request the commissioner to:



(a) Order that appropriate action be taken to correct all
deficiencies in accordance with a schedule determined jointly
by the inspecting authority and the board; in the development



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and noneducational governmental agencies, in the legislative
capital outlay budget request, as provided in s. 235.41.
Section 7. Section 235.435, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:



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of such schedule, consideration shall be given to the seriousness
of the deficiencies and the ability of the board to obtain the
necessary funds; or
(b) After 30 calendar days' notice to the board, order all
or a portion of the educational plant withdrawn from use until
the deficiencies are corrected.
Section 6. Section 235.196, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
235.196 Community educational facilities.-
(1) Each school district, community college, or state uni-
versity may submit a request to the commissioner for funds
from the trust fund to construct a community educational
facility. Such request shall contain the following provisions:
(a) A detailed statement of the site, site development, and
the facility to be constructed. Such statement shall include an
analysis of the relationship of educational and community use
of the facility.
(b) The estimated number of students and community resi-
dents who are to utilize the facility.
(c) The estimated cost of the facility, site, and site develop-
ment.
(d) A resolution or other appropriate indication of intent
to participate in the funding and utilization of the educational
facility from a noneducational governmental agency, including
eiy community, public, or educational broadcasting stations
sta-tioe. Such indication shall include a commitment by such
governmental agency to provide at least one-half of the cost
of the site, site development, and the facility. Funds from
the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust
Fund may not be expended on any project unless specifically
authorized by the Legislature.
(2) Each school district, community college, or state uni-
versity may submit a request to the commissioner for funds
from the trust fund to remodel or renovate a community edu-
cational facility. Such request shall contain the following
provisions:
(a) A detailed statement, including floor plans, of the
community educational facility to be remodeled or renovated
on property owned by the educational agency listed above. Such
statement shall include an analysis of the relationship of
current educational and community use of the facility and
any changes in the utilization of the facility after completion
of the remodeling or renovation.
(b) The number of students and community residents who
are currently utilizing the facility and the estimated number
of students and community residents to utilize the facility after
completion of the remodeling or renovation.
(c) The estimated cost of the remodeling or renovation.
(d) A resolution or other appropriate indication of intent
to participate in the funding and utilization of the educational
facility to be remodeled or renovated from a noneducational
governmental agency, including community, public, and educa-
tional broadcasting stations. Such indication shall include a
commitment by such governmental agency to provide at least
one-half of the cost of the remodeling or renovation of the
educational facility. Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund moneys may not be expended on any
project unless specifically authorized by the Legislature.
(3) Each school district, community college, or state uni-
versity may submit a request to the commissioner for funds
from the trust fund for a project that would constitute a combi-
nation of subsections (1) and (2).

(44)-. The commissioner shall review such request for
allocation; and, upon determining compliance with the require-
ments of subsections s.boee'ti.ef (1), (2), or (3) and such other
provisions as deemed appropriate and after determining that the
project faeiity is substantially beneficial to the educational
system, he shall include recommendations for the joint funding
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235.435 Funds for comprehensive educational plant needs.-
(4- Allocations from the Public Education Capital Outlay
and Debt Service Trust Fund to the various boards for capital
outlay projects shall be determined as follows:
(1) (a) Funds for remodeling, renovation, maintenance, re-
pairs, and site improvement for existing satisfactory facilities
shall be given priority consideration by the Legislature for
appropriations allocated to the boards, including the Board
of Regents, from the total amount of the Public Education
Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund appropriated.
These funds shall be calculated pursuant to the following
basic formula: the building value times the building age over
the sum of the years' digits assuming a 50-year building
life. For relocatable facilities, a 20-year life shall be used.
"Building value" is calculated by multiplying each building's
total assignable square feet times the appropriate net-to-gross
conversion rate found in state board rules and that product
times the current average new construction cost. "Building
age" is calculated by multiplying the prior year's building age
times 1 minus the prior year's sum received from this sub-
section divided by the prior year's building value. To the net
result shall be added the number 1. Each board shall receive
the percentage generated by the preceding formula of the
total amount appropriated for the purposes of this section.
(b)-{. The provisions of chapters 230, 235, 236, 237, 255,
and 287, to the contrary notwithstanding, the remodeling,
renovation, maintenance, repair, and site improvement projects
funded under this section are exempt from day labor limitations,
performance bond requirements for projects costing less than
$25,000, the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act selec-
tion process for projects costing less than $100,000, and the
requirement of prior approval of plans and specifications by
the Office of Educational Facilities. This exemption does not
relieve each board, including the Board of Regents, of the
duty and responsibility of ensuring compliance with all require-
ments of the State Uniform Building Code for Educational
Facilities, or other applicable codes, for all remodeling, reno-
vation, maintenance, repair, and site improvement performed
or for the prudent management and efficient expenditure of
all funds received pursuant to this section.
(c).(-3)-(-) Each board, including the Board of Regents,
shall not use the funds received pursuant to this section to
supplant funds in the current fiscal year approved operating
budget, and all budgeted funds shall be expended at a rate not
less than would have been expended had the funds under this
section not been received.
(d)4-) Each board, including the Board of Regents, shall
maintain its effort for expenditures for remodeling, renovation,
maintenance, repair, and site improvement for the budget fiscal
year at not less than the level included in the approved operat-
ing budget for the current fiscal year.
(e).e} Each remodeling, renovation, maintenance, repair, or
site improvement project will expand or upgrade current edu-
cational plants to prolong the useful life of the plant.

(f)-d) Each board, including the Board of Regents, shall not
reduce employment for the remodeling, renovation, maintenance,
repair, and site improvement projects that are already budgeted
in its current fiscal year approved operating budget.

(g)--{e Each board, including the Board of Regents, shall
maintain fund accounting in a manner which will permit a
detailed audit of the funds expended in this program.

(h)-(-f. Remodeling projects shall be based on the recom-
mendations of a survey pursuant to s. 235.15.

(2)-4)(a) The department shall establish, as a part of the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund,
a separate account, in an amount determined by the Legisla-
ture, to be known as the "Special Facility Construction Ac-
count." The Special Facility Construction Account shall be
used to provide necessary construction funds to school districts
which have urgent construction needs but which lack sufficient



resources at present, and cannot reasonably anticipate suffi-
cient resources within the period of the next 3 years, for these
purposes from currently authorized sources of revenue.
4-b) A school district requesting funding from the Special
Facility Construction Account shall submit one specific con-
struction project, not to exceed one complete educational plant,



i]



(4)4*)(a) The boards of trustees of the community colleges
and the Board of Regents of the State University System shall
receive funds for projects based on a 3-year priority list, to be
updated annually, which is submitted to the Legislature in the
legislative budget request at least 45 days prior to the legis-



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to the Special Facility Construction Committee. The request
must meet the following criteria to be considered by the com-
mittee:
1. The project must be recommended in the most recent
survey or surveys by the district under the rules of the State
Board of Education.
2. The district must not have sufficient funds available in
total from all capital outlay sources that within the next 3
fiscal years would allow the district to raise the total estimated
cost of the project by itself,
3. There must be a certification from the Office of Edu-
cational Facilities of the inability of the district to pay for
the project within 3 years from the total amount available from
all capital outlay sources and that the project is recommended
by survey.
4. There must be a certification from the Office of Edu-
cational Facilities that the plans for the project are completed
and approved.
5. There must be an agreement signed by the district board
stating that it will advertise for bids within 30 days of receipt
of its encumbrance authorization from the office.
6. If a contract has not been signed 90 days after the
advertising of bids, the funding for the specific project shall
revert to the Special Facility Construction Account to be real-
located to other projects on the list. However, an additional
30 days may be granted by the commissioner.
(b)(-e). The Special Facility Construction Committee shall
be composed of the following: two representatives of the De-
partment of Education, a representative from the Governor's
office, a representative selected annually by the school boards,
and a representative selected annually by the superintendents.
(c)& The committee shall review the requests submitted
from the districts, evaluate the projects' ability to relieve criti-
cal needs, and rank the requests in priority order. The com-
mittee shall subtract from the total amount of the project the
total amount of funds generated by the requesting district
from all sources including the 2-mill levy for the next 3 fiscal
years. The resultant sum shall be the amount eligible to be
funded by the Legislature. This statewide priority list for
special facilities construction shall be submitted to the Legis-
lature in the legislative budget request at least 45 days prior
to the legislative session.
(3)+{4-(a) Each district school board shall receive an amount
from the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service
Trust Fund to be calculated by computing instruction units as
defined in s. 236.602(1). The number of base units as of fiscal
year 1967-1968 shall be computed; the number of growth units
up to and including fiscal year 1978-1979 shall be computed;
and the number of new growth units from fiscal year 1979-
1980 through the prior fiscal year shall be computed. From
the total amount appropriated by the Legislature pursuant to
this subsection, an equal amount shall be allocated to base
units, growth units, and new growth units. The allocation for
each of the three groups shall be prorated among the districts
in the same percentage that a district's units for each group
are to the total units for that group for all district school
boards. Each district school board shall receive the sum of all
three calculations of instructional units.
(b) Funds accruing to a district school board from the pro-
visions of this section shall be expended on needed projects
as shown by survey or surveys under the rules of the State
Board of Education.
(c) Funds allocated to each board in fiscal years prior to
1981-1982 may be spent on projects as defined in paragraph
(b).
(d) Funds distributed to the district school boards shall
only be allocated based on the provisions of paragraphs (1)(a),
(2) (a) subieetion -4- paragraph (-4) -() and -b, and para-
graph (a) of this subsection. No individual school district
projects shall be funded off the top of funds allocated to
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lative session. The Division of Community Colleges shall submit
a 3-year priority list for the entire State Community College
System. The Board of Regents shall submit a 3-year priority
list for the entire State University System. The lists shall
reflect decisions by the boards concerning program priorities
that implement the statewide plan for program growth and
quality improvement in education. Should the order of the
priority of the projects change from year to year, a justification
for such change shall be included with the updated priority
list.
(b) The boards of trustees of the community colleges and
the Board of Regents shall receive funds for remodeling, reno-
vation, maintenance and repairs, and site improvement for
existing satisfactory facilities pursuant to subsection (1).
Section 8. Section 240.295, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
240.295 State University System buildings; approval of
construction.-
(1) No construction of new, or remodeling of existing,
facilities, except as hereinafter provided, shall occur without
being recommended in an educational plant survey as pre-
scribed in chapter 235.
(2) This section shall not be construed to prohibit:
(a) Construction of any new buildings or remodeling of
existing buildings from nonstate sources such as federal grant
funds, private gifts, grants, or lease arrangements if such
grants or gifts are given for the specific purpose of construc-
tion. However, no facilities shall be constructed under this
paragraph that require general revenue funds for operation
or maintenance upon project completion or in subsequent years
of operation unless approved by the Legislature;
(b) The replacement of any buildings destroyed by fire or
other calamity; er
(c) Construction of dormitories or other auxiliary accom-
modations financed as provided in s. 243.131; or-
(d) Construction of new facilities or remodeling of existing
facilities to meet needs as determined by the university; pro-
vided that the amount of funds included in such project shall
not exceed $100,000.
(3) Other than those projects currently authorized, no
project proposed by a university which is to be funded from
Capital Improvement Trust Fund fees or building fees shall
be submitted to the Board of Regents for approval without
prior consultation with the student government association of
that university. The Board of Regents shall promulgate rules
which are consistent with this requirement.
Section 9. Subsection (1) of section 235.04, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
235.04 Disposal of property.-
(1) REAL PROPERTY.-Subject to rules of the state
board, a board may dispose of any land or real property which
is, by resolution of such board, determined to be unnecessary
for educational purposes as recommended in an educational
plant survey. A board shall take diligent measures to dispose
of educational property only in the best interests of the public.
However, appraisals by the board may be obtained prior to
or simultaneous with the authorization for advertisement of
bids.
Section 10. Subsection (4) of section 235.26, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
235.26 State Uniform Building Code for Public Educational
Facilities Construction.-The commissioner shall recommend
and the state board shall adopt, as part of the State Uniform
Building Code for public school construction, flood plain
management criteria in compliance with the rules and regula-
tions at 24 C.F.R., Parts 1909-1925, established by the United
States Department of Housing and Urban Development pur-
suant to 42 U.S.C. ss. 4001-4128. Wherever the words "Uniform



Building Code" appear, they shall meanthe "State Uniform
Building Code for Public Educational Facilities Construction."
It shall not be the intent of the Uniform Building Code to
inhibit the use of new materials or innovative techniques; nor
shall it specify or prohibit materials by brand names. The code
shall be flexible enough: to cover all phases of construction
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4. The date the encumbrance authorization is issued.
In addition, the office shall make a monthly report of the
amount of cash disbursed to the agency from each appropriated
allocation eneumbranee nd the date thereef and the amount



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and general welfare. The office may secure the service of other
state agencies or such other assistance as it may find desirable
in the revision of the code.
(4) ENFORCEMENT BY OFFICE OF EDUCATIONAL
FACILITIES.-As a further means of insuring that all edu-
cational facilities hereafter constructed or materially altered
or added to conform to the Uniform Building Code standards,
each board which undertakes the construction, erection, altera-
tion, renovation, repair, purchasing, lease purchase, or leasing
of any educational plant, the cost of which exceeds $100,000
$50,000, shall receive the approval of the office. No public
educational funds may legally be expended for the construc-
tion, erection, alteration, renovation, repair, purchasing, lease
purchase, or leasing of any educational plant unless the pro-
visions of this section are observed and until a written state-
ment has been issued from the office, within the time limits
as provided in this section, that approval has been granted.
Section 11. Subsection (1) and paragraph (a) of subsec-
tion (3) of section 235.31, Florida Statutes, are amended to
read:
235.31 Advertising and awarding contracts; day labor proj-
ects; prequalification of contractor.-
(1) As soon as practicable after any bond issue has been
voted upon and authorized or funds have been made available
for the construction, repair, alteration, or otherwise for the
improvement of any educational plant, and after plans for the
work have been approved by the office, the board, after ad-
vertising the same in the manner prescribed by law, shall
award the contract for such building or improvements to the
lowest responsible bidder. However, the board may, within its
discretion, reject all bids received, if it deems the same ex-
pedient, and may readvertise, calling for new bids. For con-
structing, renovating, and remodeling, or otherwise improving
educational facilities at a cost not exceeding $50,000, the board
may arrange for the work to be done on a day-labor basis. For
renovation and remodeling only at a cost of over $50,000 but
not exceeding $100,000, if no bids are received after advertising
the same in the manner prescribed by law, the work may be
done on a day labor basis.
(3) (a) The board may negotiate a contract with a con-
tractor for services, as provided in subsection (2), at com-
pensation which the board determines is fair, competitive, and
reasonable. In making such determination, the board shall con-
duct a detailed analysis of the cost of the services required,
in addition to considering their scope and complexity. For all
lump-sum or negotiated contracts estimated to cost over
$100,000 $5090400 the board shall require the contractor receiving
the award to execute a truth-in-negotiation certificate stating
that wage rates and other factual unit costs supporting the
compensation are accurate, complete, and current at the time
of contracting. Any contract under which such a certificate
is required shall contain a provision that the original contract
price and any additions thereto shall be adjusted to exclude
any significant sums when the board determines the contract
price was increased due to inaccurate, incomplete, or non-
current wage rates and other factual unit costs. All such con-
tract adjustments shall be made within 1 year following the
end of the contract.
Section 12. Paragraph (a) of subsection (8) of section
235.42, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
235.42 Educational plants construction funds; Public Edu-
cation Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; alloca-
tion of funds.-
(8) (a) The office shall make a monthly report, by project,
of requests for encumbrance authorization from each agency.
Each project shall be tracked in the following manner:
1. The date the request is received;
2. The anticipated encumbrance date requested by the
agency;
3. The date the project is eligible for encumbrance author-
ization; and











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of :cash .disbuirsed by the agency to vendors or contractors
from each appropriated allocation by month eneumbranee and
the date thereef.
Section 13. (1) Legislative intent.-It is the intent of the
Legislature to provide for the relocation of the University
of Central Florida Daytona Beach Center from its present
site to a joint use facility to be constructed on the main
campus of the Daytona Beach Community College. It is the
further intent of the Legislature that the cost of construct-
ing the new facility on the main campus of the Daytona
Beach Community College be paid in part through the sale of
the existing University of Central Florida Daytona Beach
Center property.
(2) Notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary,
the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust
Fund is directed to sell to the highest bidder with the current
appraised value as the minimum bid, upon approval of the
Board of Regents, approximately 21 acres of land at the
University of Central Florida Daytona Beach Center, including
the improvements thereon.
(3): The proceeds from the sale of such property shall be
payable to the Board of Regents for the planning, construction,
and equipping of a suitable joint use facility for the University
of Central Florida Daytona Beach Center and the Daytona
Beach Community College, located on the main campus of the
Daytona Beach Community College.
Section 14. Each section within chapter 235, Florida Stat-
utes, which is added or amended by this act, is repealed on
July 1, 1985, and shall be reviewed by the Legislature pursuant
to s. 53 of chapter 81-223, Laws of Florida.
Section 15. This act shall take effect July 1, 1982.

Conference Committee Amendment 2-Strike the title and in-
sert: A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational fa-
cilities construction and funding; authorizing and providing
funding for specified public educational capital outlay projects;
transferring certain cigarette tax funds to the Cancer and
Chronic Disease Research and Treatment Center Trust Fund;
providing for a Cancer and Chronic Disease Research and
Treatment Center; conditionally transferring certain funds from
the Grants and Donations Trust Fund to the Public Education
Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund; amending s. 235.-
06, Florida Statutes, changing provisions relating to fire safety
inspections of educational plants; amending s. 235.196, Florida
Statutes, authorizing school districts, community colleges, and
state universities to request funding for remodeling and ren-
ovation; specifying information in the request; amending s.
235.435, Florida Statutes, redesignating subdivisions within
the section; amending s. 240.295, Florida Statutes, authorizing
certain construction at state universities without being recom-
mended in an educational plant survey; amending s. 235.04(1),
Florida Statutes, authorizing certain educational boards to have
real property appraised prior to or simultaneous with the ad-
vertisement of bids for its sale; amending ss. 235.26(4) and
235.31(1) and (3) (a), Florida Statutes, revising the cost of
projects for which approval is required of the Office of Edu-
cational Facilities, day labor is authorized, and truth-in-nego-
tiation certificates shall be executed; amending s. 235.42(8)(a),
Florida Statutes, changing the contents of certain monthly re-
ports prepared by the Office of Educational Facilities of the
Department of Education; authorizing sale of certain property
at the University of Central Florida Daytona Beach Center
and providing for use of the proceeds; providing for review and
repeal; providing an effective date.

Conference Committee Amendment 3--On page 2, line 26,
strike "200,920,3i6" and insert: 201,170,316

Conference Committee Amendment4--On page 7, line 23,
strike "35,176,441" and insert: 35,426,441

Conference Committee Amendment 5-On page 8, line 8, strike
"27,303,298" and insert: 27,553,298

Conference Committee Amendment 6-On page 8, line 29,
strike "4,500,000" and insert: 4,750,000



On motion by Rep. Morgan, the Report of the Conference
Committee on HB 4-D was accepted and adopted in its en-
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The question recurred on the passage of HB 4-D. The vote
was:



Yeas-108
The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing



Fox Lewis
Friedman Liberti
Gardner Lippman
Girardeau Mann
Grant Martin
Gustafson Martinez
Hagler McEwan
Hall, C. A. McPherson, S.
Hall, L. J. McPherson, T.
Hattaway Meek
Hawkins, M. E. Melby
Hazouri Messersmith
Hieber Mills
Hodes Mitchell
Hodges, G. Moffitt
Hodges, W. R. Moore
Hollingsworth Morgan
Johnson, A. E. Myers
Johnson, B. L. Nergard
Johnson, R. C. Nuckolls
Jones, C. F. Ogden
Jones, D. L. Pajcic
Kelly Patterson
Kershaw Plummer, J.
Kimmel Plummer, L. H.
Kiser Price
Lehman Ready



Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
"Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays--
Patchett
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Kutun, Batchelor, Lehtinen, Clements, Gallagher, L. R.
Hawkins
So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee
Report. The action was certified to the Senate and the bill was
ordered enrolled after engrossment.

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed SB 13-D
and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Maxwell-
SB 13-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
creating section 233.0678, Florida Statutes; establishing the
Florida Youth Art Symposium for the purpose of rewarding
outstanding students and teachers in the state for their work in
visual and creative arts; providing an appropriation; providing
an effective date.
Rep. Young moved that SB 13-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 13-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Young, the rules were waived
and SB 13-D was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-106



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter



Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox-
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer



Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.



Hall, L.J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.











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Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.



Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Young



Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan

Nays-5
Bush
Shackelford



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Lehtinen, Sheldon, Bell, L. R. Hawkins
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed as amended
SB 15-D and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Langley-
SB 15-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to St. Johns
County; creating the Municipal Service District of Ponte
Vedra Beach; specifying boundaries; providing for member-
ship, terms, powers, and duties of the Board of District Trus-
tees; providing authorization to levy and collect ad valorem
taxes and to incur debts; limiting millage; providing for
millage increase; specifying powers of St. Johns County with
respect to the district; requiring the bonding of certain per-
sons; requiring audits; providing severability; validating cer-
tain taxes collected on behalf of the district; providing for
referendum; providing an effective date.

Rep. Williams moved that SB 15-D be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 15-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Williams, the rules
were waived and SB 15-D was read the second time by title
and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-108



Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth



Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell



Moffitt
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.



Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas



Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward



.27



Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell



Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic


Webster



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox
Friedman



Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman



Lehtinen Ready
Lewis Reynolds
Liberti Richmond
Lippman Robinson
Mann Rosen
Martin Sample
Martinez Shackelford
McEwan Sheldon
McPherson, S. Silver
McPherson, T. Smith, C. R.
Meek Smith, J. H.
Meffert Smith, L. J.
Melby Spaet
Messersmith Steele
Mills Thomas
Mitchell Thompson
Moffitt Tygart
Moore Ward
Morgan Watt
Myers Webster
Nergard Weinstock
Nuckolls Wetherell
Ogden Williams
Pajcic Woodburn
Patchett Woodruff
Patterson Young
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Clements
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.



Woodburn Woodruff



Nays-i
Meffert
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Lehtinen, Martin, Moore, Gallagher, L. R. Hawkins,
Bell
Nays to Yeas-Meffert
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required Constitutional two-thirds votes and passed SB's
16-D, 19-D, and 18-D and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Neal-
SB 16-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City
of Sebring; amending section 4, chapter 67-2070, Laws of
Florida; providing that certain nominees for membership on
the Sebring Airport Authority Board may live outside the
City of Sebring; providing an effective date.
Proof of publication of the required notice was attached.
Rep. Burrall moved that SB 16-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 16-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Burrall, the rules were
waived and SB 16-D was read the second time by title and
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-113



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage



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By Senator Kirkpatrick--
SB 19-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Depart-
ment of Health and Rehabilitative Services; amending and re-
numbering s. 409.185(4), Florida Statutes, and adding a new
subsection (4) to said section; requiring the Legislature to set
the standard of need and payment levels with respect to aid
to families with dependent children; requiring the Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Services to make recommendations
to the Governor regarding such standard of need; amending
s. 110.205(2) (i), Florida Statutes; providing for designation of
additional positions as exempt from career service; providing
an effective date.
Rep. Mills moved that SB 19-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 19-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Mills, the rules were waived
and SB 19-D was read the second time by title and the third
time by title.

Representative L. J. Hall offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, line 26, after the period, insert:
Section 2. Subsection (4) is added to section 409.235, Florida
Statutes, to read:
409.235 Aid to families with dependent children.-

(4) (a) If Title IV-A of the Social Security Act or 45CFR
233.90(b)(2) are changed in such a way as to permit the states
the option to withhold AFDC funds for school-age children not
in compliance with s. 232.01, or not attending a public school
or technical or vocational school, or not in compliance with 45
CFR224, the State of Florida shall implement such a policy.
This policy shall apply when education or alternative programs
currently exist within the district for which the child can
qualify in accordance with rules established by the department.
(b) The state shall actively pursue obtaining a waiver of
compliance with the requirements of 45CFR233.90(b)(2). (and
renumber the subsequent sections)
Rep. Hall moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed
of adoption. The vote was:

Yeas-55



Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Gallagher
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins, M. E.
Hieber
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly



Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
' Gordon
Gustafson
Hall, C. A.
Hawkins, L. R.
Hazouri
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Johnson, A. E.
Kershaw
Kutun
Lehman



Kimmel Richmond
Kiser Robinson
McEwan Sample
McPherson, S. Shackelford
Melby Smith, C. R.
Messersmith Smith, J. H.
Mitchell Steele
Moore Ward
Myers Watt
Nergard Webster
Nuckolls Williams
Patchett Woodburn
Patterson Woodruff
Ready



Lehtinen Price
Liberti Reynolds
Lippman Rosen
Mann Sadowski
Martin Sheldon
Martinez Silver
McPherson, T. Smith, L. J.
Meek Spaet
Meffert Thomas
Mills Thompson
Morgan Upchurch
Pajcic Weinstock
Plummer, J. Wetherell
Plummer, L. H. Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-L. J. Hall



The question recurred on the passage of SB 19-D. The vote
was:

Yeas-118



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing
Nays-None
So the bill
ate.



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price



Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson.
Rosen
Sadowski
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



passed and was immediately certified to the Sen-



By Senator Lewis and others-
SB 18-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the De-
partment of Law Enforcement; creating s. 943.035, Florida Stat-
utes; creating the Forfeiture and Investigative Support Trust
Fund; requiring the department to deposit sums from state
and federal criminal proceedings and the remaining proceeds
of sale of forfeited contraband articles into the fund to be
annually appropriated by the Legislature to the department in
order to defray departmental forfeiture costs, fund complex
investigations, and fund other needs determined by the Legis-
lature; providing an effective date.
Rep. Mills moved that SB 18-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 18-D was read the
first time by title. On motion by Rep. Mills, the rules were
waived and SB 18-D was read the second time by title.

Representatives Morgan and Mills offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 17, strike everything after
the enacting clause and insert: Section 1. Paragraph (a) of
subsection (3) of section 932.704, Florida Statutes, is amended
to read:
932.704 Forfeiture proceedings.-
(3) (a) Whenever the head of the law enforcement agency
effecting the forfeiture deems it necessary or expedient to
sell the property forfeited rather than to retain it for the
use of the law enforcement agency, or if the property is subject
to a lien which has been preserved by the court, he shall cause
a notice of the sale to be made by publication as provided by
law and thereafter shall dispose of the property at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash without appraisal. In
lieu of the sale of the property, the head of the law enforce-
ment agency, whenever he deems it necessary or expedient, may
salvage the property or transfer the property to any public
or nonprofit organization, provided such property is not subject
to a lien preserved by the court as provided in s. 932.703(3).
The proceeds of sale shall be applied: first, to payment of
the balance due on any lien preserved by the court in the



Allen
Bankhead
Boles
Brantley
Burrall
Bush
Casas
Clements
Crady
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar

Nays-56
The Chair
Bell
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Carpenter
Cosgrove
Cox
Crawford
Davis
Dyer
Foster
Fox



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forfeiture proceedings; second, to payment of the cost in-
curred by the seizing agency in connection with the storage,
maintenance, security, and forfeiture of such property; third,
to payment of the costs incurred by the state attorney; and
fourth, to payment of costs incurred by the court. The remain-
ing proceeds shall be deposited in a special law enforcement
trust fund established by the board of county commissioners
or the governing body of the municipality and shall be used
for law enforcement purposes only. These funds may be ex-
pended only upon appropriation to the sheriff's office or police
department, by the board of county commissioners or the
governing body of the municipality, to defray the costs of
protracted or complex investigations, to provide additional
technical equipment or expertise, to provide matching funds
to obtain federal grants, or for such other law enforcement
purposes as the board of county commissioners or governing
body of the municipality deems appropriate and shall not be
considered a source of revenue to meet normal operating needs.
In the event that the seizing law enforcement agency is a
state agency, all remaining proceeds shall be deposited into
the state General Revenue Fund. However, in the event the
seizing law enforcement agency is the Department of Law
Enforcement, the proceeds accrued pursuant to the provisions
of this chapter shall be deposited in the Forfeiture and In-
vestigative Support Trust Fund.
Section 2. Subsection (4) is added to section 943.36, Florida
Statutes, to read:
943.36 Submission of annual budget.-

(4) There is hereby created the Forfeiture and Investigative
Support Trust Fund. Moneys in the Forfeiture and Investiga-
tive Support Trust Fund shall be appropriated by the Legis-
lature, pursuant to the provisions of chapter 216, for purposes
deemed appropriate by the Legislature. Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, no funds shall be expended from the
Forfeiture and Investigative Support Trust Fund unless spe-
cifically appropriated by the Legislature.
Section 3. Amendments to sections of the Florida Statutes
enacted by this act shall not operate to repeal or otherwise
negate amendments to the same sections which may have been
enacted at the 1982 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature
and which are not indicated herein, and full effect shall be
given to each, if that is possible. If provisions of this act are
in direct conflict with amendments enacted at the 1982 Regular
Session of the Legislature, the provisions of this act shall
control.
Section 4. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.

Rep. Mills moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Morgan and Mills offered the following title
amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 1, line 1, strike the title and insert:
A bill to be entitled An act relating to forfeiture; amending
s. 932.704(3)(a), Florida Statutes, providing for the deposit of
proceeds accrued from certain forfeitures in the Forfeiture and
Investigative Support Trust Fund; adding subsection (4) to
s. 943.36, Florida Statutes, creating the Forfeiture and Investi-
gative Support Trust Fund; providing for appropriations from
the fund by the Legislature; providing an effective date.
Rep. Mills moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Rep. Mills, the rules were waived and SB
18-D, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-116



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed



Burrall
Bush
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady



Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley



Evans-Jones
Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant



Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw



Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell



Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford



Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff
Young



Nays-1
Sample
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Meek-
HR 5-D-A resolution honoring Hattie Hollingsworth, re-
cipient of the "Outstanding Public Servant for 1982" Award.
WHEREAS, Hattie Hollingsworth has been a dedicated and
conscientious public servant of the State of Florida for 33
consecutive years, and
WHEREAS, Hattie Hollingsworth has served continuously and
effectively under five different Attorneys General, and
WHEREAS, her commitment to public service has been an
outstanding example to other public employees of the highest
standards of job performance, and
WHEREAS, Hattie Hollingsworth has always been willing to
go that extra mile in an effort to insure that the job got done,
and done well, for the benefit of the public, and
WHEREAS, in going about her daily business, Hattie Hol-
lingsworth has endeared herself to employers and coworkers
throughout government in the State of Florida, and
WHEREAS, her exemplary performance has earned her the
coveted "Outstanding Public Servant for 1982" Award, given by
the North Florida Chapter of the American Society of Public
Administration, and
WHEREAS, Hattie Hollingsworth is the first public em-
ployee in a nonadministrative position to receive this award,
and
WHEREAS, it is only fitting and proper that the Florida
House of Representatives recognize Hattie Hollingsworth for
her achievement, NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida:
That the Florida House of Representatives does hereby
express its appreciation to Hattie Hollingsworth for the out-
standing public service which she has rendered to the state for
33 years, and commends her for a job well done.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution
be presented to Hattie Hollingsworth as a tangible token of the
sentiments expressed herein.
Rep. Meek moved that HR 5-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote and HR 5-D was read the first
time by title. On motions by Rep. Meek, HR 5-D was read the
second time in full and adopted.



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By Representative Cosgrove--
HR 29-D--A resolution recognizing March 27-29, 1982, as
Knights of Columbus Weekend.
WHEREAS, the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic community,
family, fraternal service organization, was instituted March 29,
1882, in New Haven, Connecticut, and
WHEREAS, the first Florida Council No. 611, Knights of
Columbus, Saint Augustine, Florida, was instituted October 13,
1901, and
WHEREAS, the Knights of Columbus, serving in sixty-two
jurisdictions worldwide, including all fifty of the United States,
exemplify the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and
patriotism, and
WHEREAS, the Knights of Columbus has provided service,
not only to members and families, but to fellowmen, the church,
the country, and God, and
WHEREAS, the Knights of Columbus, with approximately
1,400,000 members worldwide and approximately 24,000 in the
State of Florida in 119 local councils within thirty-two districts
throughout the 67 counties of the state, does and will continue
to benefit worthwhile local charities such as retarded citizens,
Easter Seals, Salvation Army, sharing centers, schools, nursing
homes, clinics, and hospitals, and
WHEREAS, the Knights of Columbus will celebrate the cen-
tennial year of its founding on March 29, 1982, under the ban-
ner of "A Tradition of Devotion-A Century of Service," NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida:
That the Florida Legislature hereby recognizes March 27-29,
1982, as Knights of Columbus Weekend in Florida and en-
courages the citizens of Florida to join in congratulating this
worthy organization during its 100th anniversary celebration.

Rep. Cosgrove moved that HR 29-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and HR 29-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Cosgrove, HR 29-D
was read the second time in full and adopted.
The Speaker called on Rep. Pajcic to explain the conference
committee report on the sales tax bill, pending its receipt from
the Senate.

THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

By Representatives Tygart, Gordon, and Fox-

HB 31-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Crimes
Compensation Trust Fund; amending s. 960.20, Florida Stat-
utes; providing that criminal traffic offenses are subject to
the imposition of additional costs; amending s. 960.25, Florida
Statutes; providing that fines for criminal traffic offenses
shall be subject to a surcharge; providing an effective date.
Rep. Tygart moved that HB 31-D be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 31-D was read
the first time by title. On motion by Rep. Tygart, the rules
were waived and HB 31-D was read the second time by title.
During consideration thereof, without objection, further con-
sideration of HB 31-D was temporarily deferred.

By Representatives Kutun, Moffitt, and Dyer-
HB 30-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on
sales, use and other transactions; providing a short title:



creating s. 212.057, Florida Statutes; authorizing counties to
levy a discretionary additional 1 percent tax for 1 year; specify-
ing that the proceeds be used for acquisition, construction or
improvement of sports, arts, and recreation centers; providing



additional requirements with respect to certain charter counties;
requiring that counties certify to the Department of Revenue
that they have entered into contracts for such purposes; pro-
viding for use of the proceeds for property tax relief and
certain other specified tax relief if such certification is not
made; providing that excess proceeds be used for such tax
relief; requiring referendum approval; providing for administra-
tion, collection, and enforcement; creating a trust fund; pro-
viding for levy of the tax by a municipality under certain circum-
stances; providing an effective date.

Rep. Kutun moved that HB 30-D be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote and HB 30-D was read
the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Kutun, the rules
were waived and HB 30-D was read the second time by title
and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-80



The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carpenter
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley

Nays-22
Bankhead
Brantley
Brodie
Bush
Casas
Crotty



Evans-Jones
Ewing
Friedman
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hall, C. A.
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun



Fox
Gallagher
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Jones, D. L.
Kelly



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
iMcPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Messersmith
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nuckolls
Ogden
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.
Price


McPherson, S.
Melby
Nergard
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Rosen



Ready
Richmond
Robinson
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Weinstock
Wetherell
Woodruff
Young


Sample
Smith, C. R.
Webster
Woodburn



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Reynolds, Mitchell, C. F. Jones
Nays-Deratany, G. Hodges
Yeas to Nays-Batchelor
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Sen-
ate.

Explanation of Vote on HB 30-D
I voted for HB 30-D because I support giving local govern-
ments increased discretion in solving local problems. However,
I regret that this undesirable ranking of priorities that would
lead us to allow more local discretion for the funding of sports
stadiums than for other more important local needs.
Representative Andrew E. Johnson

The Speaker called on Rep. Morgan, Chairman, and Repre-
sentatives Mills, Gardner, and Mann, Subcommittee Chairmen,
to explain the work of the conference committee on the appro-
priations bill.

Message from the Senate

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has accepted the Conference Committee Report as



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an entirety and passed HB 2-D as amended by the Conference
Committee Report.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Conference Committee Report on HB 2-D
On motion by Rep. Pajcic, the House took up the following
Report of the Conference Committee on HB 2-D:

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr.
Speaker, House of Representatives
The Honorable W. D. Childers
President of the Senate
Dear Sirs:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the Senate amendments to House Bill 2-D, same
being An act relating to tax on sales, use and other transac-
tions, having met, and after full and free conference, have
agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective
Houses, as follows:
1. That the Senate recede from its Amendments 1 and 2.
2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt
the Conference Committee amendments attached hereto,
and by reference made a part of this report.



Steve Pajcic, Vice-Chairman
Robert B. Crawford
Harold J. Dyer
Roberta Fox
Herbert F. Morgan
Carl Ogden
Managers on the part of the
House of Representatives



Harry A. Johnston, II, Chairman
Jack D. Gordon (not signed)
Kenneth C. Jenne
George Kirkpatrick
Tom Lewis
Gwen Margolis
Clark Maxwell, Jr.
Robert W. McKnight
Curtis Peterson
James A. Scott
Sherrill Skinner (dissent)
George Stuart, Jr.
Pat Thomas
Tom Tobiassen
John W. Vogt



Managers on the part of the
Senate
Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everything after
the enacting clause and insert: Section 1. Subsections (1),
(3), and (6) of section 212.03, Florida Statutes, are amended
to read:
212.03 Transient rentals tax; rate, procedure, enforcement,
exemptions, etc.-
(1) It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that
every person is exercising a taxable privilege who engages in
the business of renting, leasing, or letting any living quarters,
"sleeping or housekeeping accommodations in, from, or a part
of, or in connection with any hotel, apartment house, rooming-
house, tourist or trailer camp, as hereinbefore defined in this
chapter. For the exercise of said privilege a tax is hereby
levied as follows: in the amount equal to 5 4 percent of and
on the total rental charged for such living quarters, sleeping
or housekeeping accommodations by the person charging or
collecting the rental; provided that such tax shall apply to
hotels, apartment houses, roominghouses, tourist or trailer
camps, as hereinbefore defined in this chapter, whether or
not there be in connection with any of the same, any dining
rooms, cafes, or other places where meals or lunches are sold
or served to guests.
(3) Where rentals are received by way of property, goods,
wares, merchandise, services or other things of value, the tax
shall be at the rate of 5 4 percent of the value of said prop-
erty, services or other things of value.
(6) It is the legislative intent that every person is engaging
in a taxable privilege who leases or rents parking or storage
spaces for motor vehicles in parking lots or garages or who
leases or rents docking or storage spaces for boats in boat
docks or marinas. For the exercise of this privilege a tax is
hereby levied at the rate of 5 4 percent on the total rental
charged.



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Section 2. Paragraphs (c) and (d) of subsection (1) of
section 212.031, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
212.031 Lease or rental of real property.-
(1)
(c) For the exercise of such privilege a tax is levied in
the amount equal to 5 4 percent of and on the total rent
charged for such real property by the person charging or
collecting the rental.
(d) Where the rental of any such real property is paid
by way of property, goods, wares, merchandise, services or
other thing of value, the tax shall be at the rate of 5 4 percent
of the value of the property, services or other things of value.
Section 3. Subsection (1) of section 212.04, Florida Statutes,
is amended to read:
212.04 Admissions tax; rate, procedure, enforcement, etc.-
It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that every
person is exercising a taxable privilege who sells or receives
anything of value, by way of admissions. For the exercise of
said privilege, a tax is levied as follows:
(1) At the rate of 5 4 percent of sales price, or the actual
value received from such admissions, said 5 4 percent to be
added and collected with all such admissions from the purchaser
thereof; and such tax shall be paid for the exercise of the
privilege as defined in the preceding paragraph. Each ticket
shall reflect on its face the actual sales price of admission,
and the tax shall be computed and collected on the basis of
each such admission price.
Section 4. Section 212.05, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
212.05 Sales, storage, use tax.-It is hereby declared to be
the legislative intent that every person is exercising a taxable
privilege who engages in the business of selling tangible per-
sonal property at retail in this state, or who rents or furnishes
any of the things or services taxable under this chapter, or
who stores for use or consumption in this state any item or
article of tangible personal property as defined herein and
who leases or rents such property within the state.
(1) For the exercise of said privilege, a tax is levied on
each taxable transaction or incident and shall be due and pay-
able, according to the applicable brackets set forth in s. 212.-
12t402, as follows:
(a)l. At the rate of 5 4 percent of the sales price of
each item or article of tangible personal property when sold
at retail in this state, the tax to be computed on each taxable
sale for the purpose of remitting the amount of tax due the
state, and to include each and every retail sale. Occasional
or isolated sales of aircraft, boats, and motor vehicles of a
class or type which is required to be registered, licensed, titled,
or documented in this state or by the United States Govern-
ment shall be subject to tax at the rate provided in this para-
graph.
2. This paragraph shall not apply to the sale of a boat by
or through a registered dealer under this chapter to a purchaser
who removes such boat from this state within 10 days after
the date of purchase or, when the boat is repaired or altered,
within 10 days after completion of such repairs or alterations.
In no event shall the boat remain in this state more than 90
days after the date of purchase. This exemption shall not be
allowed unless the seller:
a. Obtains from the purchaser within 90 days from the
date of sale written proof that the purchaser licensed, regis-
tered, or documented the boat outside the state;
b. Requires the purchaser to sign an affidavit that he has
read the provisions of this section; and
c. Makes the affidavit a part of his permanent record.
In the event the purchaser fails to remove the boat from this
state within 10 days after purchase or, when the boat is re-
paired or altered, within 10 days after completion of such re-
pairs or alterations, or permits the boat to return to this



state within 6 months from date of departure, the purchaser
shall be liable-for use tax on the cost price of the boat and,
in addition thereto, payment of a penalty to the Department



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of Revenue equal to the tax payable. This penalty shall be
in lieu of the penalty imposed by s. 212.12(2) and is mandatory
and shall not be waived by the department.
(b) At the rate of 5 4 percent of the cost price of each
item or article of tangible personal property when the same
is not sold but is used, consumed, distributed, or stored for
use or consumption in this state.
(c) At the rate of 5 4 percent of the gross proceeds derived
from the lease or rental of tangible personal property, as de-
fined herein, except the rental of motion-picture film where
an admission is charged for viewing such film and the lease
or rental of a motor vehicle to one lessee or rentee for a period
of not less than 12 months where tax was paid on the acquisi-
tion of such vehicle by the lessor, where the lease or rental of
such property is an established business or part of an estab-
lished business or the same is incidental or germane to said
business.
(d) At the rate of 5 4 percent of the lease or rental price
paid by lessee or rentee, or contracted or agreed to be paid
by lessee or rentee, to the owner of the tangible personal prop-
erty.
(e) At the rate of 5 4 percent on charges for all telegraph
messages and long distance telephone calls beginning and
terminating in this state; on recurring charges to regular sub-
scribers for local telephone service and for wired television
service; on all charges for the installation of telephonic, wired
television, and telegraphic equipment; and, at the same rate,
on all charges for electrical power or energy. Telephone and
telegraph services originating within this state and com-
pleted outside this state or originating outside this state and
completed within this state are not taxable. The provisions
of s. 212.17(3), regarding credit for tax paid on charges sub-
sequently found to be worthless, shall be equally applicable to
any tax paid under the provisions of this section on charges
for telephone and telegraph services and electric power sub-
sequently found to be uncollectible. The word "charges" in
this paragraph shall not include any excise or similar tax
levied by the Federal Government, any political subdivision of
the state, or any municipality upon the purchase or sale of
telephone, wired television, or telegraph service, or electric
power, which tax is collected by the seller from the purchaser.
(f) At the rate of 5 4 percent on the sale, rental, use,
consumption, or storage for use in this state of machines
and equipment and parts and accessories therefore used in
manufacturing, processing, compounding, producing, mining,
or quarrying personal property for sale or to be used in
furnishing communications, transportation, or public utility
services.
(2) The said tax shall be collected by the dealer as de-
fined herein and remitted by him to the state at the time and
in the manner as hereinafter provided.
(3) The tax so levied is and shall be in addition to all
other taxes, whether levied in the form of excise, license, or
privilege taxes, and shall be in addition to all other fees
and taxes levied.
Section 5. Subsection (1) of section 212.055, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
212.055 Discretionary tax; charter counties; administration
and collection.-
(1) Each charter county which adopted a charter prior to
June 1, 1976, may levy, subject to the provisions of s. 125.0165
{f14 10-97 SrUpp], a discretionary 1-percent tax on all 3 or 5
4-percent taxable transactions under the provisions of this
chapter, except that the sales amount above $1,000 of any one
transaction shall not be taxable.
Section 6. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 212.06,
Florida Statutes, is amended to read:



E



212.06 Sales, storage, use tax; collectible from dealers;
dealers defined; dealers to collect from purchasers; legislative
intent as to scope of tax.-

(1) (a) The aforesaid tax at the rate of 5 4 percent of the
retail sales price as of the moment of sale, 5 4 percent of the
cost price as of the moment of purchase, or 5 4 percent of the
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mass of property in this state, as the case may be, shall be
collectible from all dealers as herein defined on the sale at
retail, the use, the consumption, the distribution and the
storage for use or consumption in this state, of tangible per-
sonal property. The full amount of the tax on credit sales,
installment sales, and sales made on any kind of deferred
payment plan shall be due at the moment of the transaction
in the same manner as a cash sale.
Section 7. Subsection (3) and paragraph (c) of subsection
(11) of section 212.08, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
212.08 Sales, rental, storage, use tax; specified exemptions.-
The sale at retail, the rental, the use, the consumption, the
distribution, and the storage to be used or consumed in this
state of the following tangible personal property are hereby spe-
cifically exempt from the tax imposed by this chapter.
(3) EXEMPTIONS, PARTIAL; CERTAIN FARM EQUIP-
MENT.-There shall be taxable at the rate of 3 percent the
sale, use, consumption, or storage for use in this state of self-
propelled or power-drawn farm equipment used exclusively by
a farmer on a farm owned, leased, or sharecropped by him in
plowing, planting, cultivating, or harvesting crops. The rental
of self-propelled or power-drawn farm equipment shall be taxed
at the rate of 5 4 percent.
(11) PARTIAL EXEMPTION; FLYABLE AIRCRAFT.-
(c) The maximum tax collectible under this subsection shall
not exceed 5 4 percent of the sales price of such aircraft. No
Florida tax shall be imposed on the sale of such aircraft if
the state in which the aircraft will be domiciled does not allow
Florida sales or use tax to be credited against its sales or
use tax. Furthermore, no tax shall be imposed on the sale of
such aircraft if the state in which the aircraft will be domi-
ciled has enacted a sales and use tax exemption for flyable
aircraft or if the aircraft will be domiciled outside the United
States.
Section 8. Subsections (12) and (13) of section 212.12,
Florida Statutes, are renumbered as subsections (13) and (14),
respectively, subsections (10) and (11) are amended, and new
subsection (12) is added to said section, to read:
212.12 Dealer's credit for collecting tax; penalties for non-
compliance; powers of Department of Revenue in dealing with
delinquents; brackets applicable to taxable transactions; records
required.-
(10) Taxes imposed by this chapter upon the privilege of
the use, consumption, or storage for consumption, or sale
of tangible personal property, admissions and rentals, and com-
munication services as herein taxed shall be collected upon the
basis of an addition of the tax imposed by this chapter to
the total price of such admissions, rentals, communication
services or sale price of such article or articles that are pur-
chased, sold, or leased at any one time by or to a customer
or buyer; and the dealer, or person charged herein, is required
to pay a privilege tax in the amount of the tax imposed by
this chapter on the total of his gross sales of tangible personal
property, admissions, and rentals, communication services, and
such person or dealer shall add the tax imposed by this chapter
to the price, rental, or admissions, and communication services
and collect the total sum from the purchaser, admitted, lessee,
or consumer. Notwithstanding the rate of taxes imposed upon
the privilege of sales, admissions, and rentals, and communi-
cation services, the following brackets shall be applicable to all
5-percent 4-per-eeft taxable transactions:
(a) On single sales of less than 10 cents, no tax shall be
added:
(b) On single sales in amounts from 10 cents to 20 2i
cents, both inclusive, 1 cent shall be added for taxes.
(c) On sales in amounts from 21 86 cents to 40 0 cents,
both inclusive, 2 cents shall be added for taxes.
(d) On sales in amounts from 41 g- cents to 60 9 cents,
both inclusive, 3 cents shall be added for taxes.



(e) On sales in amounts from 61 g4 cents to 80 cents f$,
both inclusive, 4 cents shall be added for taxes.

(f) On sales in amounts from 81 cents to $1, both inclusive,
5 cents shall be added for taxes.











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(g)-f- On sales in amounts of more than $1, 5 4 percent
shall be charged upon each dollar of price, plus the above
bracket charges upon any fractional part of a dollar.
(11) In charter counties which have adopted the discre-
tionary 1-percent tax, the following brackets shall be ap-
plicable to all taxable transactions which would otherwise have
been 5-percent 4-per-eet taxable transactions:
(a) On single sales of less than 10 cents, no tax shall be
added.
(b) On single sales in amounts from 10 cents to 16 28
cents, both inclusive, 1 cent shall be added for taxes.
(c) On sales in amounts from 17 cents to 33 44 cents,
both inclusive, 2 cents shall be added for taxes.
(d) On sales in amounts from 34 44- cents to 50 68 cents,
both inclusive, 3 cents shall be added for taxes.
(e) On sales in amounts from 51 6- cents to 66 84 cents,
both inclusive, 4 cents shall be added for taxes.
(f) On sales in amounts from 67 cents to 83 cents, both
inclusive, 5 cents shall be added for taxes.
(g).- On sales in amounts from 84 84 cents to $1, both
inclusive, 6 & cents shall be added for taxes.
(h)-g) On sales in amounts from $1 up to, and including,
the first $1,000 in price, 6 & percent shall be charged upon each
dollar of price, plus the above bracket charges upon any frac-
tional part of a dollar.
(i)(-h On sales in amounts of more than $1,000 in price, 6
& percent shall be added upon the first $1,000 in price; and 5
4 percent shall be added upon each dollar of price in excess of
the first $1,000 in price, plus the bracket charges upon any
fractional part of a dollar as provided for in subsection (10).
(12) The department shall promulgate by rule the tax
amounts and brackets applicable to transactions taxable at 3
percent pursuant to s. 212.08(3) and on transactions which
would otherwise have been so taxable in counties which have
adopted the discretionary 1-percent tax.
Section 9. Subsection (1) of section 125.0165, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
125.0165 Discretionary sales tax; adoption; application of
revenue.-
(1) Subject to the provisions of this section and pursuant to
the provisions of s. 212.055, the governing authority in each
charter county which adopted a charter prior to June 1, 1976,
is authorized to levy a discretionary additional 1 percent tax on
all 3 or 5 4 percent taxable transactions under the provisions
of chapter 212 for the purposes of development, construction,
equipment, maintenance, operation, supportive services, and
related costs of a fixed guideway rapid transit system. However,
the sales amount above $1,000 of any one transaction shall not
be taxable.
Section 10. Part II of chapter 212, Florida Statutes, which
shall be entitled "Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax," con-
sisting of sections 212.80, 212.82, 212.84, 212.86, 212.88, and
212.90, is created to read:
212.80 Definitions.-
(1) As used in this part, unless the context clearly indi-
cates a different meaning:
(a) "Population" means the latest official state estimate
of population certified pursuant to s. 28.019 prior to the be-
ginning of the local government fiscal year.
(b) "Voted millage" or "voted levies" refers to ad valorem
taxes authorized by vote of the electors pursuant to ss. 9(b) or
12, Art. VII of the State Constitution.
(c) "Utility tax relief" means a dollar amount which rep-
resents a reduction in taxes to be collected pursuant to ss. 166.-



231 and 166.232 for the upcoming fiscal year compared to. said
taxes collected in the current year resulting from a reduction
in the tax rate. All utility tax rate reductions afforded by par-
ticipation in the local government half-cent sales tax shall be
applied uniformly across all types of taxed utility services.



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munity, and not one of limited subject matter, pursuant to
chapter 50. The advertisement shall precede the public hearing
held pursuant to s. 200.065(2)(c) by 3 or 4 days.

(3) (a) If the maximum millage rate allowed under s. 200.-
085 is less than the rolled-back rate computed pursuant to
s. 200.065(1), the advertisement shall be in the following form:



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(2) All definitions and provisions of s. 200.001 shall be
applicable to this part.
(3) All estimates of moneys provided pursuant to this part
utilized by participating units of local government shall be 95
percent of those projections made by the Revenue Estimating
Conference and provided to local governments by the Division
of Economic and Demographic Research of the Joint Legislative
Management Committee, in consultation with the Department of
Revenue.
212.82 Local government half-cent sales tax; designated pro-
ceeds; clearing trust fund.-
(1) Each participating county or municipal government shall
receive a portion of the local government half-cent sales tax,
as provided in this part.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 212.20(1), one-half
of the net additional taxes remitted pursuant to this act by
a sales tax dealer located within the county shall be deposited
in the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing Trust
Fund and earmarked for distribution to the governing body
of that county and of each municipality within that county.
Such moneys shall be known as the local government half-cent
sales tax.
(3) There is hereby-created in the State Treasury the Local
Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing Trust Fund. Moneys
in the fund shall be distributed monthly to participating units of
local government.
212.84 Distribution formula.-
(1) Each participating county and municipal government
shall receive a proportion of moneys earmarked for distribution
within that county.
(2) The proportion for each county government shall be
computed by dividing the sum of the unincorporated area pop-
ulation plus two-thirds of the incorporated area population
by the sum of total county population plus two-thirds of the
incorporated area population.
(3) The proportion for each municipal government shall be
computed by dividing the population of that municipality by the
sum of total county population plus two-thirds of the incor-
porated area population.
212.86 Participation requirements; public notice; compli-
ance.-
(1) Only those units of local government which meet the
eligibility requirements for revenue sharing pursuant to s. 218.-
23 shall participate in the local government half-cent sales
tax. However, a municipality incorporated subsequent to the
effective date of this act which does not meet the applicable
criteria for incorporation pursuant to s. 165.061 shall not
participate in the local government half-cent sales tax. In either
case, distributions to eligible units of local government in that
county shall be made as though the nonparticipating munici-
pality had not incorporated.

(2) The governing body of each county and municipality
which will participate in the local government half-cent eales
tax for the first time in the upcoming fiscal year shall provide
public notice in the form of a newspaper advertisement. The
advertisement shall be no less than one-quarter page in size of
a standard-size or tabloid-size newspaper, and the headline in
the advertisement shall be in a type no smaller than 18 point.
The advertisement shall not be placed in that portion of the
newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The advertisement shall be published in a newspaper
of general paid circulation in the county. It is the legislative
intent that, whenever possible, the advertisement appear in a
newspaper that is published at least 5 days a week, unless
the only newspaper in the county is published less than 5 days
a week. It is further the legislative intent that the newspaper
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NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF
AND THE BUDGET
The ... (name of taxing authority) ... will receive an esti-
mated $..... from the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax
for the upcoming budget year.
State law requires $... (Amount A) ... to be used for
PROPERTY TAX REDUCTION.
Of the remainder, the ... (name of taxing authority)...
proposes to use $... (Amount B)... for FURTHER PROP-
ERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and $... (Amount C)... for EN-
HANCED PUBLIC SERVICES.
All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be
held on ... (date and time) ... at ... (meeting place)...
A DECISION on the use of these moneys will be made at
this hearing.
(b) If the maximum millage rate allowed under s. 200.085
is equal to the rolled-back rate computed pursuant to s. 200.-
065(1), and is equal to the millage rate proposed pursuant to
s. 200.065(2) (b), the advertisement shall be in the following
form:
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF
AND THE BUDGET
The ...(name of taxing authority)... will receive an esti-
mated $.... from the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax
for the upcoming budget year.
State law requires that priority consideration be given to
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF in establishing the budget.
The ... (name of taxing authority) .. proposes to use ALL
of these additional moneys for budget increases, but WILL
NOT INCREASE ITS PROPERTY TAX LEVY for the up-
coming year.
All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be
held on ... (date and time) ... at ... (meeting place) ...
A DECISION on the use of these moneys will be made at
this hearing.
(c) If the maximum millage rate allowed under s. 200.085
is equal to the rolled-back rate computed pursuant to s. 200.-
065(1), but the rate proposed pursuant to s. 200.065(2)(b) is
less, the advertisement shall be as provided in paragraph (b),
except that the third sentence shall be replaced with the follow-
ing:
The ... (name of taxing authority) ... proposes to use
$...(Amount B)... for PROPERTY TAX REDUCTIONS
and $... (Amount C)... for ENHANCED PUBLIC SERV-
ICES.
(d) If the millage proposed pursuant to s. 200.065(2)(b)
is greater than the rolled-back rate computed pursuant to s.
200.065(1), the advertisement shall be as provided in para-
graph (b) except that the third sentence shall be replaced with
the following:
The ... (name of taxing authority)... proposes to use ALL
of these additional moneys for budget increases, and to LIMIT
its PROPERTY TAX INCREASE to ... (Amount D)... per-
cent.
(e)1. Amount A shall be the difference between taxes levied
at the maximum applicable rate under s. 200.085 and taxes
which would be levied at the rolled-back rate, computed pur-
suant to s. 200.065(1).
2. Amount B shall be the difference, if any, between taxes
levied at the proposed millage rate and taxes levied at the
maximum applicable rate under s. 200.085.
3. Amount C shall be the total amount estimated to be
received pursuant to part II of chapter 212, less amounts A and
B.



4. Amount D is the percent by which the aggregate village
rate proposed pursuant to s. 200.065(2)(b) exceeds the rolled-
back rate, computed pursuant to s. 200.065(1).
5. All ad valorem levies used in this section shall exclude
voted levies and shall be based on aggregate millage rates.



ME



(4) The moneys appropriated for emergency distribution
shall be divided equally per capital among qualified county gov-
ernments, provided that such moneys when combined with
other moneys distributed pursuant to this part shall not ex-
ceed $20.00 per capital for any county government. Any excess
shall be redistributed in the same fashion to remaining quali-
fied county governments, provided that in no event shall the
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(f) For any government which levies a tax pursuant to
s. 166.231 or s. 166.232, the words "OR UTILITY" may follow
the word "PROPERTY" in the heading, and the following
sentence may be inserted after the third sentence in the
advertisement, if appropriate:
Additionally, $ (amount) will be used for UTILITY
TAX RELIEF.
(4) The proposed village rate supplied to the property ap-
praiser pursuant to s. 200.065(2)(b) shall reflect any re-
duction in property taxes afforded by the local government
half-cent sales tax. In the year preceding initial participation
in the local government half-cent sales tax, the proposed village
rates provided to the property appraiser pursuant to s. 200.065
(2) (b) shall be accompanied by millage rates sufficient to fund
the proposed budget had no sales tax revenues been forth-
coming. These rates shall be known as the "rates without sales
tax."
(5) The moneys which otherwise would be distributed pur-
suant to this part to a unit of local government which fails
to certify compliance as required by s. 218.23(1) or has.
otherwise failed to meet the requirements of subsections (2),
(3) and (4) and ss. 200.065 and 200.085 shall be deposited in
the General Revenue Fund for the 12 months following a
determination of noncompliance by the department.
212.88 Local government half-cent sales tax; uses; limita-
tions.-
(1) The proportion of the local government half-cent sales
tax received by county governments based on two-thirds of
the incorporated area population shall be deemed countywide
revenues, and shall be expended only for countywide tax relief
or countywide programs. The remaining county government
portion shall be deemed county revenues derived on behalf of
the unincorporated area, but may be expended on a countywide
basis.
(2) Municipalities shall expend their portion of the local
government half-cent sales tax only for municipalwide pro-
grams or for municipalwide property tax or municipal utility
tax relief.
(3) Local governments are authorized to pledge proceeds
of the local government half-cent sales tax for the payment
of principal and interest on any capital project.
212.90 Emergency distribution.-
(1) Each county government which meets the provisions
of subsection (2) and which participates in the local govern-
ment half-cent sales tax shall receive an emergency distribution
from the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing Trust
Fund, in addition to its regular monthly distribution as provided
in this part.
(2) The Legislature hereby finds and declares that a fiscal
emergency exists in any county which meets all of the following
criteria:
(a) Its population is less than 50,000.
(b) In any year from 1977 to 1981, inclusive, the value of
net new construction and additions placed on the tax roll for
that year was less than 2 percent of the taxable value for
school purposes on that year's roll, exclusive of said net value;
or the percentage increase in county taxable value from 1979
to 1980, 1980 to 1981, or 1981 to 1982 was less than 3 percent.
(c) The moneys estimated to be distributed to the county
government pursuant to s. 212.84 for the year will be less
than $20.00 per capital, based on the population of that county.
(3) Qualification under this section shall be determined an-
nually prior to the start of the local government fiscal year.
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(5) There is hereby annually appropriated from the General
Revenue Fund to the Local Government Half-cent Sales Tax
Clearing Trust Fund $2,500,000 to be used for emergency
distributions pursuant to this section, and to be expended dur-
ing the local government fiscal year. If any excess exists pur-
suant to subsection (4) at the end of the local government
fiscal year after all qualified county governments have reached
the $20.00 limitation, it shall revert to the General Revenue
Fund.
Section 11. Paragraph (b) of subsection (2) of section 23.-
019, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
23.019 Population census determination.-
(2)
(b) For the purpose of revenue-sharing distribution formulas
and distribution proportions for the local government half-
cent sales tax, inmates and patients residing in institutions oper-
ated by the federal government, the Department of Corrections,
or by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services shall
not be considered to be residents of the governmental unit in
which the institutions are located.
Section 12. Subsection (2) of section 30.49, Florida Statutes,
is amended to read:
30.49 Budgets.-
(2) (a) The sheriff shall submit with the proposed budget
his sworn certificate, stating that the proposed expenditures
are reasonable and necessary for the proper and efficient oper-
ation of the office for the ensuing year. Each proposed budget
shall show the estimated amounts of all proposed expenditures
for operating and equipping the sheriff's office and jail other
than construction, repair, or capital improvement of county
buildings during the said fiscal year. The expenditures shall
be itemized as follows:
1.{4.a Salary of the sheriff.
2.b-- Salaries of deputies and assistants.
3.4e} Expenses, other than salaries.
4.(4d Equipment.
5.+e} Investigations.
6.+-f4 Reserve for contingencies.
(b) Said budget and expenditures shall be divided into the
following categories:
1. Expenditures anticipated to be incurred in the mainte-
nance and operation of local correctional facilities and deten-
tion alternative facilities and in the staffing of bailiffs and
other personnel in assistance to the court, excluding service of
process.
2. Expenditures anticipated to be incurred in providing
other general law enforcement services of the sheriff.
Section 13. Section 200.191, Florida Statutes, is renumbered
as section 200.001, Florida Statutes, and amended to read:
200.001 200.Q1 Millages; definitions and general provi-
sions.-
(1) County millages shall be composed of four thee cate-
gories of eeuntywide millage rates, as follows:
(a) General county millage, which shall be that nonvoted
millage rate set by the governing body of the county.
(b) County debt service millage, which shall be that millage
rate necessary to raise taxes for debt service as authorized by a
vote of the electors pursuant to s. 12, Art. VII of the State
Constitution.
(c) County voted millage, which shall be that millage rate
set by the governing body of the county as authorized by a
vote of the electors pursuant to s. 9(b), Art. VII of the State
Constitution.
(d) County dependent special district millage, as provided
in subsection (5).



(2) Municipal millages shall be composed of four three cate-
gories of munic'palwide millage rates, as follows:



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27 A milege wae ees by a governing body ef a speeial die-
t iet independently e4 the beoad eea nty eH mmiasionese o the
governing ebdy e4 a .niipaity, whieh ehale be identified ae
to whether authorized by a peeial aet approved by the eleeter-a
autheoised paursuan toe or 4 Art. Re4 e4 the e S e Genit-
ian ee othecrwiser
e) 8-aige rates set by multieeuny special dietiets shall
be sepested by the sespeetive eeenty areas se rPevided a4beve



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(a) General municipal millage, which shall be that nonvoted
millage rate set by the governing body of the municipality.
(b) Municipal debt service millage, which shall be that
millage rate necessary to raise taxes for debt service as au-
thorized by a vote of the electors pursuant to s. 12, Art. VII
of the State Constitution.
(c) Municipal voted millage, which shall be that millage
rate set by the governing body of the municipality as author-
ized by a vote of the electors pursuant to s. 9(b), Art. VII of
the State Constitution.
(d) Municipal dependent special district millage, as pro-
vided in subsection (5).
(3) School millages shall be composed of five feur cate-
gories of eeuntywide millage rates, as follows:
(a) Nonvoted required ditriet school operating millage,
which shall be that nonvoted millage rate set by the county
school board for current operating purposes and imposed pur-
suant to s. 236.02(6).
(b) Nonvoted discretionary school operating millage, which
shall be that nonvoted millage rate set by the county school
board for operating purposes other than that imposed pur-
suant to s. 236.02(6), and other than that authorized in s.
236.25(2).
(c)4b- Voted district school operating millage, which shall
be that millage rate set by the district school board for current
school operating purposes as authorized by the electors pur-
suant to s. 9(b), Art. VII of the State Constitution.
(d)-e- Nonvoted Voted district school capital improvement
millage, which shall be that millage rate set by the district
school board for capital improvements as authorized in s. 236.25
(2) by the eleeters.
(e)4)- Voted district school debt service millage, which
shall be that millage rate set by the district school board as
authorized by a vote of the electors pursuant to s. 12, Art. VII
of the State Constitution.
(4) Independent special district millage millages shall be
that eempesed of two eategeries, as fe fll4ow
-e CeAuntywide millageeo, whih shale be b eparatd inte
two asease
Ir A millagte ate set by the beard e eeaoty cmmixuioner3,
ex effieie oe therwisem whieh shall be identified as te whether
autherised by a speeial se approved by the eleetess authorized
pursuant toe f- 4& A4. X4 e4 the State enetiatiefi, O
other-wise ee
26 A millage rate set by a governing body of an independent
a special district independently e4 the beard e eenty eem-
misioness, which shall be identified:
(a) As to whether authorized by a special act approved by
the electors pursuant to s. 9(b), Art. VII of the State Constitu-
tion, authorized pursuant to s. 15, Art. XII of the State Con-
stitution, or otherwise; and-
(b) As to whether levied countywide,
4{b. less than countywide amillagee, or on a multicounty basis.
whieb shpel be sepasaite into taV aeeas.
(5) Dependent special district millage shall be that
A millage rate set by the board of county commissioners
or the governing body of a municipality, ex officio or other-
wise, which shall be identified as to the area covered, as to the
taxing authority to which the district is dependent, and as
to whether authorized by a special act, authorized by a special
act and approved by the electors, authorized pursuant to s.
15, Art. XII of the State Constitution, authorized by s. 125.01
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(6)-5- At any time millage rates are published for the
purpose of giving notice, the rates shall be stated in terms of
dollars and cents per every thousand dollars of assessed prop-
erty value.
(7)*-r( Millages shall be fixed only by ordinance or resolu-
tion of the governing body of the taxing authority in the man-
ner specifically provided by general law or by special act.
(8) "County" means a political subdivision of the state as
established pursuant to s. 1, Art. VIII of the State Constitu-
tion.
(9) "Municipality" means a municipality created pursuant
to general or special law but excludes metropolitan and con-
solidated governments as provided in s. 6(e) and (f) of Art.
VIII of the State Constitution, which shall be considered county
governments. Such municipality must have held an election for
its legislative body pursuant to law and established such a
legislative body which meets pursuant to law.
(10) "Special district" means a local unit of special govern-
ment, except district school boards, created pursuant to general
or special law for the purpose of performing prescribed spe-
cialized functions within limited boundaries, and includes
municipal service taxing or benefit units.
(11) "Dependent special district" means a special district
whose governing head is the governing body of the county or
a municipality, ex officio, or otherwise, or whose budget is
established by said local government authority. Dependent
special district millage, when added to the millage of the
governing body to which it is dependent, shall not exceed the
maximum village applicable to said governing body.
(12) "Independent special district" means a special district
whose governing head is an independent body, either appointed
or elected, and whose budget is established independently of
the local governing authority, even though there may be ap-
propriation of funds generally available to a local governing
authority involved. Independent special district millage shall
not be levied in excess of a millage amount authorized by gen-
eral law and approved by vote of the electors pursuant to s.
9(b), Art. VII of the State Constitution, except for those inde-
pendent special districts levying millage for water manage-
ment purposes as provided in said section. However, independent
special district village authorized as of the date the 1968
State Constitution became effective need not be so approved,
pursuant to s. 2, Art. XII of the State Constitution.
(13) "Voted millage" or "voted levies" means ad valorem
taxes authorized by vote of the electors pursuant to ss. 9(b) or
12, Art. VII of the State Constitution.
(14) "Aggregate village rate" means the sum of all ad
valorem taxes levied by the governing body of a county or
municipality for countywide or municipalwide purposes, respec-
tively, plus ad valorem taxes levied for any district dependent
to the governing body, divided by the total taxable value of the
county or municipality, converted to a millage rate.
(15) "Tax reduction rate" means an ad valorem millage rate
to be levied for the upcoming fiscal year which will yield a
dollar amount equal to taxes which would be levied at the
rolled-back rate computed pursuant to s. 200.065(1) reduced
by 40 percent of the moneys estimated to be received pursuant
to part II of chapter 212, exclusive of moneys received pur-
suant to s. 212.90.
Section 14. Paragraph (e) of subsection (2) of section 200.-
065, Florida Statutes, is amended, and paragraph (i) is added
to subsection (3), and subsection (9) is added to said section,
to read:
200.065 Method of fixing millage.-
(2) No millage shall be levied until a resolution or ordi-
nance has been approved by the governing board of the taxing
authority, which resolution or ordinance must be approved by
said taxing authority according to the following procedure:
(e)l. In the hearings required pursuant to paragraphs (c)
and (d), the first substantive issue discussed shall be the per-
centage increase in millage over the rolled-back rate necessary
to fund the budget, if any, and the specific purposes for which
ad valorem tax revenues are being increased. During such dis-



cussion, the governing body shall hear comments regarding
the proposed increase and explain the reasons for the proposed
increase over the rolled-back rate. The general public shall



be allowed to speak and to ask questions prior to adoption of
any measures by the governing body. The governing body shall
adopt its tentative or final millage rate prior to adopting its
tentative or final budget.
2. These hearings shall be held after 5 p.m. if scheduled
on a day other than Saturday. No hearing shall be held on
Sunday. The county commission shall not schedule its hearings
on days scheduled by the school board. The hearing dates
scheduled by the county commission and school board shall
not be utilized by any other taxing authority within the county
for its public hearings. Multicounty taxing authorities shall
make every reasonable effort to avoid scheduling hearings on
days utilized by counties or school districts within their juris-
diction. However, hearings for municipal service taxing units
may be held on the same day as the hearing for the county
commission. A separate hearing shall be held for each munici-
pal service taxing unit. Tax levies and budgets for other de-
pendent special taxing districts shall be discussed and adopted
at the hearings for the taxing authority to which such dis-
tricts are dependent.
(3) The advertisement shall be no less than one-quarter
page in size of a standard-size or a tabloid-size newspaper, and
the headline in the advertisement shall be in a type no smaller
than 18 point. The advertisement shall not be placed in that
portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified ad-
vertisements appear. The advertisement shall be published in
a newspaper of general paid circulation in the county. It is the
legislative intent that, whenever possible, the advertisement
appear in a newspaper that is published at least 5 days a week,
unless the only newspaper in the county is published less than
5 days a week. It is further the legislative intent that the news-
paper selected be one of general interest and readership in the
community, and not one of limited subject matter, pursuant to
chapter 50.
(i) The amounts to be published as percentages of increase
over the rolled-back rate pursuant to this subsection shall be
based on aggregate millage rates and shall exclude voted mill-
age levies.
(9) Any taxing authority which will levy an ad valorem tax
for the upcoming budget year but does not levy an ad valorem
tax currently shall, in the advertisement specified in para-
graphs (3)(a), (3)(b), or (3)(f), replace the phrase "increase
its property tax levy by (amount) percent" with the
phrase "impose a new property tax levy of $ .. (amount) .
per $1,000 value."
Section 15. Subsections (6) and (7) of section 200.069, Flor-
ida Statutes, are amended, and subsection (10) is added to
said section, to read:
200.069 Notice of proposed property taxes.-Pursuant to s.
200.065(2) (b), the property appraiser, in the name of the tax-
ing authorities within his jurisdiction and at the expense of the
county, shall prepare and deliver by first-class mail to each
taxpayer to be listed on the current year's assessment roll a
notice of proposed property taxes, which notice shall be in sub-
stantially the following form. Notwithstanding the provisions
of s. 195.022, no county officer shall use a form other than
that provided by the department for this purpose.
(6) The notice shall further show a brief legal description
of the property and the name and mailing address of the owner
of record. This information shall appear below to the eight e
the information required under subsection (1).
(7) The notice shall further read:
The information below eepFesents the valuatie ef Your
property value as of January 1:



Assessed Exemptions Taxable E emptionr o e
Value Value Beheel Taies
$..-------------- $ $ 4 T ,,



ehoeel Taeable
af r e
g???



Last year's Few yer infermatiena ye prviees assessed
value: was $ (amount) .
If you feel the yew eserent assessed value of your property
is inaccurate or does not reflect fair market value, contact your
county property appraiser at ._-(phone number)__ or
-------(location)_.
If the property appraiser's office is unable to resolve the
matter as to market value to you e atistaeiei,, you may file



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a petition for adjustment with the Property Appraisal Adjust-
ment Board. Petition forms are available from the county proper-
ty appraiser and must be filed ON OR BEFORE ... (date)....
(10) (a) The notice for the upcoming year in which a county
or municipal government will first receive funds from the
local government half-cent sales tax pursuant to part II of
chapter 212 shall contain the following statement along the
bottom of the form:
NOTICE: Under the budget proposed by the (name of
taxing authority) ., its taxes as shown in column 2 would
have been (amount) ... percent higher without the local
government half-cent sales tax.
(b) Separate lines shall be shown for the county and for
the municipality or municipal service taxing unit applicable
to the parcel, if any.
(c) The percent increase shall be computed as 1 minus
the quotient of total taxes levied under the rate without sales
tax, as provided to the property appraiser pursuant to s. 212.86
(4), divided by total taxes levied under the proposed rate. The
result shall be multiplied by 100.
(d) If no property taxes are proposed for the upcoming
fiscal year, the statement shall read:
NOTICE: Under the budget proposed by the... (name of
taxing authority) .. its taxes as shown in column 2 would
have been $ (rate without sales tax) per $1,000 value
without the local government half-cent sales tax.
Section 16. Section 200.071, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
200.071 Limitation of millage; counties.-
(1) Except as otherwise provided herein, no aggregate ad
valorem tax village shall be levied against real and tangible
personal property by counties and dietriets as herein defined
in excess of 10 mills on the della e4 assessed vale, except
for voted levies. eeeial benefits and debt serve en ebliga
tieone iseeed in eennetion therewith and except for that
niaege eather4Ped inft 6f O AFr41 yI4 4 the State Geontitetien.
iawerese nothing in eet= 28QQ8948 2eOT94e 108844 2804248
A004 ad 2004G1 eshaRll prevent any bosrd of eeunty eean
mioeiono eer ditriet eekeehl beard to eaes levy at least
mills
(2) The board of county commissioners in eesnies net has-
ng a budget eenmmisien or beard shall have authcity, in event
the sum eggfreg of the proposed millage for the eeid county
and dependent districts therein is aggregate more than the
maximum allowed hereunder, reduce to apprtien the village to
be levied for county officers, departments, divisions, diatsete
commissions, authorities and dependent special districts inde-
pndent taking agencies so as not to exceed the maximum mill-
age provided herein under this section or s. 200.091. The budget
ie e budget beae in eeunties presently having seek
* "o boead shall make the apport ioment as above
provided in event the appeAtionment w neoary
(3) In any county which, through a especial taking district
eo a municipal service taxing unit covering a specific area
of the county not within the boundaries of any municipality,
provides services or facilities of the kind or type commonly
provided by municipalities, there may be levied, in addition to
the millages otherwise provided in this section, against real and
tangible personal property within each such special teing die-
triet or municipal service taxing unit an additional ad valorem
tax millage not in excess of 10 mills en the dollar eo aesessee
r'ele to pay for such services or facilities provided through
eel special tia dietriet or with the funds obtained through
such levy within such municipal service taxing unit.
Section 17. Section 200.081, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
200.081 Millage limitation; municipalities.-No municipality
shall levy ad valorem taxes for real and tangible personal prop-
erty in excess of 4 percent e4 the assessed 'as-- thereof 10
mills*, except for voted levies special beofits and debt erviee
on eobigation iesueed ith the aTpro- 4 these tanpa. e.s esub-
eet to ad 'salorern tanes eAn real and tanaible peefienal prep-

Section 18. Section 200.085, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:



200.085 Millage limitation; units participating in the local
government half-cent sales tax.-



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(a) The proceeds of said additional levy shall be expended
for crime control and crime prevention programs; and
(b) The dollar funding level for crime control and crime
prevention programs, exclusive of said additional levy, shall
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(1)(a) No unit of local government participating in the
distribution of funds pursuant to part II of chapter 212 shall
levy an aggregate millage rate for the first year of such par-
ticipation in excess of the tax reduction rate, exclusive of
voted levies.
(b) However, if 60 percent of the moneys estimated to be
received from distributions pursuant to part II of chapter
212, exclusive of moneys received pursuant to s. 212.90, are
less than 15 percent of the ad valorem taxes levied in the prior
year, exclusive of voted levies, the rate levied pursuant to
paragraph (a) may be increased to provide an additional
amount equal to the difference; provided that in no event shall
an aggregate millage rate be levied in excess of the rolled-
back rate computed pursuant to s. 200.065(1), exclusive of
voted levies.
(c) If 40 percent of the funds estimated to be received from
funds distributed pursuant to part II of chapter 212, exclusive
of moneys distributed pursuant to s. 212.90, by a unit of local
government which levies the tax reduction rate pursuant to this
subsection is greater than ad valorem taxes which would be
levied at the rolled-back rate, computed pursuant to s. 200.-
065(1), the excess shall be utilized to reduce taxes imposed
pursuant to s. 166.231 or s. 166.232. If no taxes are imposed pur-
suant to said sections, the excess shall be used to reduce taxes
imposed pursuant to chapter 205.
(d)l. A municipality whose rolled-back rate, computed pur-
suant to s. 200.065(1), for the first year of participation in
the local government half-cent sales tax is 4.0 mills or less and
which has not exercised its option pursuant to paragraph (b)
may levy an ad valorem millage greater than the tax reduc-
tion rate. Said millage shall not exceed the rolled-back rate,
and a dollar amount equal to 40 percent of the moneys esti-
mated to be received pursuant to part II of chapter 212, less
the difference between ad valorem taxes levied at the rolled-
back rate and ad valorem taxes actually levied by the munici-
pality, shall be utilized for municipal utility tax relief.
2. In any year in which the governing body of a munici-
pality seeks to increase municipal utility tax rates subsequent
to a reduction made pursuant to this paragraph, the decision
shall be made in a public hearing held exclusively for such
purpose. The hearing shall be preceded by a newspaper adver-
tisement generally meeting the requirements of s. 200.065(3),
and shall include notice of existing rates, existing revenues
therefrom, proposed rates, estimated revenues therefrom, and
the anticipated percentage increase.
(2) (a) No unit of local government participating in the
distribution of funds pursuant to part II of chapter 212 shall
levy an aggregate millage rate for the second and third years
of such participation in excess of 108 percent of the rolled-back
rate, computed pursuant to s. 200.065(1), exclusive of voted
levies. However, in any such year an amount not greater than
115 percent of said rolled-back rate, exclusive of voted levies,
may be levied if authorized by majority vote plus one of all
members of the governing body.
(b) However, the maximum millage rate which a local gov-
emrnment may levy pursuant to this subsection shall be calcu-
lated as though the maximum rate allowed for that govern-
ment pursuant to subsection (1) had been levied for the first
year of participation in the distribution of funds pursuant to
part II of chapter 212.
(3) Nothing in this section shall be construed to allow a
local government to levy ad valorem taxes in excess of any
applicable limitation established pursuant to a special act of
the Legislature.
(4) The limitations imposed in this section may be exceeded
by a county operating as a metropolitan government as pro-
vided in s. 6(f), Art. VIII of the State Constitution, and by the
municipalities within said county, if authorized by majority
vote of all members of the governing body. The excess shall
not exceed a dollar amount equal to a percentage of moneys
estimated to be received pursuant to part II of chapter 212,
which shall be that percentage by which the crime rate for
the county, as published by the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, exceeds the crime rate for the state for the pre-
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Section 19. Section 200.091, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
200.091 Referendum to increase millage.-The millage au-
thorized to be levied in s. 200.071 for county purposes, includ-
ing dependent districts therein, may be increased for periods
not exceeding 2 years, provided such levy has been approved
by a majority vote of the qualified electors in the county or
district e4 these voting in an election called for such purpose
pariieipated in only by the qualified eleete e4 the eeouty ors
distiect who pay etaxo en seal or preeonal property. Such elec-
tions may be called by the governing body of any such county
or district on its own motion, or shall be called upon submission
of a petition specifying the amount of millage sought to be
levied and the purpose for which the proceeds will be expended
and containing the signatures of at least 10 percent of the per-
sons qualified to vote in such election, signed within 60 days
prior to the date said petition is filed.
Section 20. Section 200.101, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
200.101 Referendum for millage in excess of limits.-The
qualified electors of a municipality Those tapayee eet
to ad valeoemt taxes on eal afnd tngible per-sonal poperty
may by majority vote of those voting approve an increase of
village above those limits imposed by s. 200.081 in a referendum
called for such purpose by the governing body of the munici-
pality, provided that such increase does not exceed a period of
2 years. Such referendum also may be initiated by submission of
a petition to the governing body of the municipality containing
10 percent of the signatures of those persons eligible to vote
in such referendum which signatures are affixed to the petition
within 60 days prior to its submission.
Section 21. Sections 200.111, 200.131, and 200.161, Florida
Statutes, are hereby repealed.
Section 22. Subsection (1) of section 218.23, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended, and subsection (3) is added to said section to
read:
218.23 Revenue sharing with units of local government.-
(1) To be eligible to participate in revenue sharing beyond
the minimum entitlement in any fiscal year, a unit of local
government is required to have:
(a) Reported its finances for its most recently completed
fiscal year to the Department of Banking and Finance, pursuant
to s. 218.32.
(b) Made provisions for annual postaudits of its financial
accounts in accordance with provisions of law.
(c) Levied, as shown on its most recent financial report
pursuant to s. 218.32, ad valorem taxes, exclusive of taxes levied
for debt service or other special millages authorized by the
voters, to produce the revenue equivalent to a millage rate of
3 mills on the dollar based on the 1973 taxable values as certi-
fied by the property appraiser pursuant to s. 193.122(2) or,
in order to produce revenue equivalent to that which would
otherwise be produced by such 3-mill ad valorem tax, to have
received a remittance from the county pursuant to s. 125.01
(6)(a), er collected an occupational license tax or a utility tax,
levied an ad valorem tax, or received revenue from any com-
bination of these four three sources? ia eembination with the
ad valeremn tax. If a new municipality is incorporated, the pro-
visions of this paragraph shall apply to the taxable values for
the year of incorporation as certified by the property appraiser.
This paragraph requires only a minimum amount of revenue to
be raised from the ad valorem tax, occupational license tax, and
the utility tax. It does not require a minimum millage rate.
(d) Certified that persons in its employ as law enforce-
ment officers, as defined in s. 943.10(1), meet the qualifica-
tions for employment as established by the Police Standards and
Training Commission; that its salary structure and salary plans
meet the provisions of chapter 943; and that no law enforcement
officer is compensated for his services at an annual salary rate
of less than $6,000. However, the department may waive the
minimum law enforcement officer salary requirement if a city
or county certifies that it is levying ad valorem taxes at 10 mills.
Additionally, to receive its share of be eligible to partiipate
ix revenue sharing funds fee the next LeI queteely distreibe-
tione, a unit of local government shall certify to the Department
of Revenue that the requirements of s. 200.065 and a. 200.085,.



if applicable, were met fellewed. The certification shall be made
annually within 30 days of adoption of an ordinance or resolu-
tion establishing a final property tax levy, or if no property



tax is levied, not later than November 1. The portion of reve-
nue sharing funds which would otherwise be distributed pur-
suant to this part to a unit of local government which has
not certified compliance or has otherwise failed to meet the
requirements of said sections shall be deposited in the General
Revenue Fund for the 12 months following a determination of
noncompliance by the department. extemsi exF the assessment
eale ipurIuet t ie et 93.183.
(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1)(c),
no unit of local government which was eligible to participate
in revenue sharing in the 3 years prior to initially participating
in the local government half-cent sales tax shall be ineligible
to participate in revenue sharing solely due to a millage or
utility tax reduction afforded by the local government half-
cent sales tax.
Section 23. Section 165.022, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
165.022 Preemption; effect on special laws.-
(1) It is further the purpose of this act to provide viable and
usable general law standards and procedures for forming and
dissolving municipalities and special districts in lieu of any pro-
cedure or standards now provided by general or special law.
The provisions of this act shall be the exclusive procedure pur-
suant to general law for forming or dissolving municipalities and
special districts in this state except in those counties operating
under a home rule charter which provides for an exclusive
method as specifically authorized by s. 6(e), Art. VIII of the
State Constitution. Any provisions of a general or special law
existing on July 1, 1974 in conflict with the provisions of this
act shall not be effective to the extent of such conflict.
(2) Pursuant to s. 11(a) (21), Art. III of the State Con-
stitution, the Legislature hereby prohibits special laws or
general laws of local application pertaining to creation of
dependent and independent special districts under conditions or
subject to provisions which conflict with those provided in this
chapter.
Section 24. Subsection (5) of section 165.031, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
165.031 Definitions.-The following terms and phrases, when-
used in this chapter, shall have the meanings ascribed to them
in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a
different meaning:
(5) "Special district" means a local unit of special govern-
ment, except district school boards, created pursuant to general
or special law for the purposes of performing prescribed, spe-
cialized functions, including municipal service functions, within
limited boundaries. This term includes dependent special dis-
tricts, as defined by s. 200.001(11), and independent special
districts, as defined by s. 200.001(12). All provisions of said
subsections shall be considered provisions of this chapter.
Section 25. Subsection (2) of section 165.041, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
165.041 Formation procedures; incorporation, creation, and
merger.-
(2) A charter for creation of a dependent special district
shall be adopted only by special act of the Legislature or by
ordinance of a county or municipal governing body having
jurisdiction over the area affected. Authorization for creation
of an independent special district shall be provided only by
general law.
Section 26. Subsection (29) of section 228.041, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
228.041 Definitions.-Specific definitions shall be as follows,
and wherever such defined words or terms are used in the
Florida School Code, they shall be used as follows:
(29) SCHOOL DISTRICT AD VALOREM NON.VOT-ED
DISCRETIONTARY MILLAGE.-School district millage shall
be defined as provided in s, 200.001(3). oavotd isesertienary
mileage is the number oe mile oe tax or a fraetional part f a
til oe tax that a dietri seheol beard ixs authresied to levy
withuet a favosable vote 4e the eleetors, ix eees e4 the millege
preseibed Lee the dioirlet-required leeal eeffeet



Section 27. Section 236.25, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:



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236.25 District school tax.-
(1) Each school board desiring to participate in the state
allocation of funds for current operation as prescribed by s.
236.081(6) shall levy noe mee then mils e4 tax on the non-
exempt assessed valuation for school purposes of the district,
exclusive of millage voted under the provisions of s. 9(b) or s.
12, Art. VII of the State Constitution, a millage rate not to
exceed the amount certified by the commissioner as the minimum
millage rate necessary to provide the district required local
effort for 1982-1983, pursuant to s. 236.081(4)(a)1., plus 1.6
mills. However, in no event shall the nonvoted discretionary
millage of a district exceed 25 percent of the millage which is
required pursuant to s. 236.081(4), exclusive of millage levied
pursuant to subsection (2).
(2) (a) In addition to the maximum millage levy as pro-
vided in subsection (1), each school board may levy not more
than a 2 mill equivalent against p to .mi'le teax en the
nonexempt assessed valuation for the ollewing school purposes
to fund:
1. New construction and remodeling projects, as set forth
in s. 235.435(5) (b) 235.436()-, without regard to the prioritiza-
tion in that section, sites and site improvement or expansion
to new -sites, existing sites, auxiliary facilities, or ancillary fa-
cilities.
2. Maintenance, renovation, and repair of existing school
plants. However, these funds shall not supplant current expendi-
tures from operating revenues for maintenance, renovation, and
repair, based on the average of the prior 3 fiscal years; and
such funds shall be subject to the provisions of s. 4 of chapter
79-583, Laws of Florida.
3. School bus replacement.
(b) Any school district levying the additional millage pur-
suant to this subsection provided by this eetion shall not re-
ceive funds as provided in s. 196.033 for such the additional
epital outlay village.
(c) In addition to the notice required in s. 200.065(3), a dis-
trict school board shall publish a second notice of intent to levy
additional taxes under this section. Such notice shall specify
the projects or number of school buses anticipated to be funded
by such additional taxes and shall be published in the size, with-
in the time periods, and in substantially the format required un-
der s. 200.065(3).
(d) The 2 mill equivalent authorized by paragraph (a)
shall be a rolled-back ad valorem village rate computed pur-
suant to s. 200.065(1) based on a 2 mill levy for 1981-1982
rolled-back in each subsequent year.
(3) These taxes shall be certified, assessed, and collected
as prescribed in s. 237.091 and shall be expended as provided
by law.
*(4) A4 levies ad eeleetione of 4 valereem toeax made fof
the npport 4 piblie prior to the efeetive date 4f thie
eeetien ore hereby approved, ratified and Meefirmed.
(4)-,- Nothing in s. 236.081(4)(a)1. chapter 7 5-84, Lews
e4 -Feria shall in any way be construed to increase the maxi-
mum school millage levies as provided for in subsection (1).
Section 28. Amendments to sections of the Florida Statutes
enacted by this act shall not operate to repeal or otherwise
negate amendments to the same sections which may have been
enacted at the 1982 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature
and which are not indicated herein, and full effect shall be given
to each, if that is possible. If provisions of this act are in direct
conflict with amendments enacted at the 1982 Regular Session
of the Legislature, the provisions of this act shall control.
Section 29. This act shall take effect April 19, 1982, pro-
vided that section 23 shall take effect only. if passed by at
least a three-fifths vote of the membership of each house. How-
ever, the increased sales tax provided in this act shall not apply
to any transaction occurring prior to May 1, 1982, except that
with respect to utility services regularly billed on a monthly
cycle basis, the increased sales tax provided in this part shall
apply to any such cycle ending on or after May 1, 1982. No
moneys remitted to the Department of Revenue prior to October
1, 1982, shall be deposited in the Local Government Half-cent
Sales Tax Clearing Trust Fund.



Conference Committee Amendment 2-Strike the title and
insert: A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation; amend-



April 7, 1982



On motion by Rep. Pajcic, the Report of the Conference
Committee on HB 2-D was accepted and adopted in its en-
tirety.

The question recurred on the passage of HB 2-D. The vote
was:



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ing ss. 212.03(1), (3), and (6), 212.031(1) (c) and (d), 212.04(1),
212.05, 212.055(1), 212.06(1)(a), 212.08(3) and (11)(c), and
125.0165(1), Florida Statutes, and amending s. 212.12(10) and
(11), Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (12); increasing
the tax on sales, use and other transactions; creating part II
of chapter 212, Florida Statutes; providing definitions; desig-
nating one-half of said tax increase as the local government
half-cent sales tax; providing for deposit in a Local Govern-
ment Half-cent Sales Tax Clearing Trust Fund for distribu-
tion to participating local governments; providing distribution
formulas; providing for eligibility; providing for public notice
and hearing; providing that proposed millage rates shall reflect
property tax reductions afforded by the tax; specifying uses
of such tax; providing for emergency distribution; providing an
annual appropriation; amending s. 23.019(2) (b), Florida Stat-
utes; revising provisions relating to population census determi-
nation; amending s. 30.49(2), Florida Statutes; specifying cate-
gories into which sheriffs' proposed budgets and expenditures
shall be divided; amending and renumbering s. 200.191, Florida
Statutes; defining county millages, municipal millages, school
millages, independent special district millage, and dependent
special district millage; providing additional definitions; amend-
ing s. 200.065(2) (e), Florida Statutes, and adding paragraph
(3) (i) and subsection (9) thereto; specifying when tax levies
and budgets for certain dependent special taxing districts shall
be discussed and adopted; providing requirements with respect
to amounts to be published as percentage of increase over rolled-
back rate; revising requirements with respect to notice of tax
increase for certain taxing authorities; amending s. 200.069(6)
and (7), Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (10); revising
requirements with respect to the notice of proposed property
taxes and providing for a statement to be included with re-
spect to effect of the local government half-cent sales tax;
amending ss. 200.071, 200.081, 200.091, and 200.101, Florida
Statutes, relating to limitation on county and municipal millage
and to referendum to increase village; specifying application
to counties and dependent districts therein; providing for addi-
tional levy within municipal service taxing units; revising
references to millage; directing boards of county commissioners
to reduce millage under certain circumstances and deleting
reference to authority of budget commission or board to ap-
portion millage; deleting requirement that only taxpayers may
participate in referendum; repealing s. 200.111, Florida Statutes,
which defines "district," s. 200.131, Florida Statutes, relating
to certain municipal millage in excess of limits, and s. 200.161,
Florida Statutes, relating to legislative intent with respect
to millage limitation; creating s. 260.085, Florida Statutes; im-
posing millage limitations on local governments participating
in the local government half-cent sales tax; providing for ex-
ceeding such limitations under certain circumstances; providing
for use of excess revenues from said tax to reduce the municipal
public service tax or occupational license taxes under certain
circumstances; requiring public hearing to increase municipal
utility tax rates under certain circumstances; amending s. 218.23
(1), Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (3) thereto; re-
vising eligibility requirements for local government participation
in revenue sharing; requiring certification of compliance with
s. 200.085, Florida Statutes; providing that revenue sharing
funds for units of local government which do not meet speci-
fied requirements shall be deposited in the General Revenue
Fund; specifying effect of local government half-cent sales
tax on revenue sharing eligibility; amending s. 165.022, Florida
Statutes; prohibiting special laws or general laws of local appli-
cation relating to creation of dependent and independent special
districts which conflict with chapter 165, Florida Statutes;
amending s. 165.031(5), Florida Statutes, defining "special
district"; amending s. 165.041(2), Florida Statutes; specifying
procedures for creation of dependent and independent special
districts; amending s. 228.041(29), Florida Statutes; providing
for the definition of school district village; amending s. 236.25,
Florida Statutes; specifying maximum millage rate to be levied
by school districts participating in the state allocation of funds
for current operation; specifying millage which may be levied in
addition thereto for capital outlay; revising cross references;
providing an effective date.











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Yeas-84
The Chair
Allen
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Davis
Easley
Fox
Friedman

Nays-31
Bankhead
Brantley
Bush
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar



Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Gustafson
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hattaway
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw


Evans-Jones
Ewing
Gallagher
Hall, L. J.
Jones, D. L.
Kiser
Liberti
McEwan



Kimmel
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Morgan
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic


Messersmith
Moore
Myers
Nergard
Patchett
Patterson
Richmond
Sample



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Williams, O'Malley, Dyer, L. R. Hawkins
So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee
Report. The action was certified to the Senate and the bill
was ordered enrolled after engrossment.

Introduction and Reference
By Representative Pajcic-
HB 21-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation
and local government finance; amending s. 197.013, Florida
Statutes; limiting application of provisions which allow pre-
payment of tax by installment; revising application and notice
dates; requiring that a taxpayer who makes the first install-
ment payment continue participation for the tax year; pro-
viding for computation of delinquent payments and for appli-
cability of delinquency provisions; providing inapplicability of
discount provisions; amending s. 193.1145(1), (2), (3), (8), (9),
and (11), Florida Statutes; providing a method based on interim
assessment rolls for levying and collecting ad valorem taxes
under certain circumstances; naming the property appraiser
and executive director of the Department of Revenue as the
defendant in certain civil actions; providing for provisional
millage rates to be applied to interim assessment rolls; delet-
ing a provision allowing a court to confirm as final taxes lev-
ied under an interim assessment roll; requiring the Department
of Revenue to adopt by rule certain procedures for notifying
taxpayers of final assessments; amending s. 195.096(2), (3) (a),
and (4), Florida Statutes; delaying the inclusion of personal
property tax rolls in the review of assessment rolls under cer-
tain circumstances; providing for publication by the Division of
Ad Valorem Tax of the Department of Revenue of certain
reviews of assessment rolls; correcting cross references; amend-
ing s. 200.065(2) (d) and (f) and (5), Florida Statutes, and
transferring and renumbering s. 236.25(2) (c), Florida Stat-
utes, as s. 200.065(9), Florida Statutes; providing for notice
and a public hearing of adoption of certain tentative budgets
and certain proposed millage rates; providing a time for hold-
ing school budget hearings; providing for adjustment by a
taxing authority of certain millage rates without a public
hearing in certain circumstances; providing for notice of school
capital outlay levies; creating s. 200.066, Florida Statutes;
providing for ad valorem tax levies of certain newly created
municipal service taxing units under certain circumstances;
providing for notice of such levies; creating s. 200.068, Florida
Statutes; requiring each taxing authority to certify to the De-
partment of Revenue that certain ordinances and resolutions
comply with certain provisions of law; providing for disposi-



Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Robinson
Rosen
Sadowski
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Upchurch
Ward
Weinstock
Wetherell
Young


Smith, J. H.
Steele
Tygart
Watt
Webster
Woodburn
Woodruff



special assessments; providing duties of the managing entity;
providing rights of time-share period titleholders; requiring that
funds received for ad valorem taxes and special assessments
shall be placed in escrow; amending s. 194.011(1) and (2), Flor-
ida Statutes, adding new paragraph (h) to s. 195.073(1), Florida



40



tion of excess taxes collected by a school district in certain
circumstances; amending s. 194.011(3) (d), Florida Statutes;
providing dates for filing petitions with the property appraisal
adjustment board; adding paragraph (e) to subsection (1) of
s. 194.032, Florida Statutes; allowing the property appraisal
adjustment board to meet beginning July 1 under certain cir-
cumstances; amending s. 193.461(2), Florida Statutes; pro-
viding for written notice of denial of agricultural classification;
providing a method for shortening the time periods specified
in ss. 200.065 and 194.032(1), Florida Statutes; amending s.
200.069(6) and (7), Florida Statutes; specifying the content of
the notice of proposed property taxes; repealing s. 196.011(6),
Florida Statutes, which requires a 10 percent random refiling
of applications for exemption or agricultural classification;
amending s. 193.122(2), Florida Statutes; providing for notice
of extension and certification of the assessment rolls; amend-
ing s. 129.03(3), Florida Statutes; providing a date for prep-
aration and presentation of the county budget; amending s.
213.05, Florida Statutes; providing responsibilities of the De-
partment of Revenue; amending s. 194.171(4), Florida Stat-
utes, and repealing subsection (5); requiring that, to maintain
an action to contest a tax assessment, the taxpayer must pay
taxes admitted to be owing assessed after the action is brought;
amending s. 194.192(2), Florida Statutes; providing a deficiency
rate of interest on ad valorem taxes; amending and renumber-
ing s. 193.114(5)-(8), Florida Statutes, as s. 193.1142, Florida
Statutes; providing time limitations with respect to assessment
roll approval; providing for issuance of review notices to prop-
erty appraisers; providing that notice of proposed taxes shall
not be issued prior to roll approval or institution of interim
procedures; amending ss. 192.115, 193.1145(1)(b) and (3)(a),
193.1147, 194.032(12), and 196.031(3)(e), Florida Statutes; cor-
recting cross references; adding subsection (10) to s. 200.065,
Florida Statutes; providing for adjustment of proposed millage
rates under certain conditions; amending s. 194.032(3) and (5),
Florida Statutes, and reenacting subsection (4); authorizing
either party to require each petitioner, all witnesses and the
property appraiser to testify under oath; providing for cross-
examination of witnesses; providing that no evidence shall be
considered by the board except during the scheduled hearing or
when the petitioner is given reasonable notice; specifying that
the provisions of chapter 120, Florida Statutes, shall not apply
to hearings of the property appraisal adjustment board; re-
quiring that when special masters are used, their recommenda-
tion shall be considered by the board; amending s. 195.096(7),
Florida Statutes; requiring biennial performance audits of the
administration of ad valorem tax laws by the Department of
Revenue; creating s. 195.0985, Florida Statutes; requiring the
department to annually publish assessment-to-sales ratio stud-
ies for each county; transferring and renumbering ss. 195.096
(10) and 195.097 (6), Florida Statutes, as subsections (1) and
(2), respectively, of s. 195.099, Florida Statutes, entitled, "Peri-
odic review"; repealing sections 14 and 16 of chapter 80-274,
Laws of Florida, relating to the "Assessment Review Trust
Fund"; providing for disposition of certain moneys and posi-
tions; designating parts I-VIII of chapter 197, Florida Statutes;
transferring and renumbering various sections; amending ss.
190.024, 193.1145(10)(a), 197.013(5), 197.116(9), 197.226(1),
336.59(2), and 582.44, Florida Statutes; correcting cross refer-
ences; repealing s. 197.356, Florida Statutes, relating to imple-
mentation of revisions of chapter 197, Florida Statutes; amend-
ing s. 196.161(1)(a), Florida Statutes; revising interest rate
on taxes due on property of certain deceased nonresidents which
was allowed a homestead exemption; amending s. 197.214, Flor-
ida Statutes; providing that special assessments imposed on
property in special districts and municipal service taxing or
benefit units shall be collected as provided for ad valorem
taxes; applying certain provisions of chapters 197 and 200,
Florida Statutes, to collections of special assessments; authoriz-
ing tax collectors to act as agent for the county in collecting
service charges under agreement with the board of county com-
missioners; providing for compensation; providing that tax cer-
tificates and deeds may not be issued for nonpayment of serv-
ice charges and such charges shall not be included on ad valorem
tax bills; amending s. 192.001(13), Florida Statutes, and add-
ing subsections (14) and (15) thereto; providing that the term
"taxpayer" includes the agent of a time-share period title holder,
and providing additional definitions; creating s. 192.037, Flor-
ida Statutes; providing procedures for assessment of fee time-
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Statutes, and amending s. 197.0167(1) and (2), Florida Statutes,
to conform; adding subsection (3) to s. 718.120, Florida Statutes,
relating to condominium property, to conform; amending s. 721.-
03(1) and (3), Florida Statutes, to conform and to specify
provisions that apply to all time-sharing plans under chapter
721, Florida Statutes; amending ss. 718.503(1) (h) and 721.06
(6), Florida Statutes; requiring certain notice relating to assess-
ment in contracts for the sale of condominium units in which
time-share estates are created and contracts for sale of time-
share periods in a time-sharing plan; amending s. 195.032, Flor-
ida Statutes; cloaking property assessments from certain at-
tack upon their correctness; amending s. 192.001(6), Florida
Statutes, and adding subsection (16) thereto; defining "taxable
value"; amending s. 193.114(2) (g) and (3) (f), Florida Statutes;
conforming certain language; amending ss. 197.012 and 197.-
016(1) and (3), Florida Statutes; specifying that the delin-
quency date for ad valorem taxes is April 1 or 60 days after
the mailing of tax notice, whichever is later; amending ss. 197.-
066, 197.072(2), 197.116(1), (3), (4), and (6), and 197.206(1),
Florida Statutes; clarifying language with respect to sale of
tax certificates; amending ss. 200.011(6) and 200.065(1) and (4),
Florida Statutes; providing that the tax collector shall receive
certification of millage rates from taxing authorities, certifi-
cation of taxable value of each taxing authority from the prop-
erty appraiser, and a copy of each resolution or ordinance set-
ting the millage rate for a taxing authority; amending s. 192.-
001(11)(d), Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (17) there-
to; amending s. 195.073(2) (a) and (b), Florida Statutes; repeal-
ing ss. 192.032(5) and 193.052(8), Florida Statutes; defining
"floating structure" and providing that floating structures are
included as tangible personal property for purposes of taxa-
tion and excluded from the definition of vessel under chapter
327, Florida Statutes; deleting provisions relating to taxation
of live-aboard vessels as tangible personal property; amending
ss. 327.02(1), 327.23, 327.25(6), and 327.58, Florida Statutes;
repealing s. 327.02(18), Florida Statutes; deleting references to
exemption of live-aboard vessels from vessel registration license
fees; repealing ss. 1-16 of Senate Bill 706 and s. 3 of Senate
Bill 281, 1982 Regular Session, and providing that said sections
shall be superseded by this act; providing effective dates.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Pajcic,
the rules were waived and HB 21-D was read the second time
by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-98



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Easley
Evans-Jones
Ewing

Nays-14
Brantley
Bush
Dunbar
Hodges, G.



Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges, W. R.
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Kutun


Hollingsworth
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Melby



Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett


Sample
Shackelford
Smith, J. H.
Webster



Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Wetherell
Williams




Woodburn
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Dyer
Nays to Yeas-Kelly
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.



41



Message from the Senate


The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed SB 14-D
and requests the concurrence of the House.
Joe Brown, Secretary


By Senator Jenne and others-

SB 14-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
creating s. 212.052, Florida Statutes; providing that research
or development costs are not subject to the tax on sales, use
and other transactions; providing a penalty for fraudulent
claims; providing for rules; amending s. 212.08(5) (b), Florida
Statutes; providing that industrial machinery and equipment
purchased for use by a new or expanding business shall be
exempt from sales tax at the time of purchase; providing for
temporary tax exemption permits; providing for recapture
of the amount of tax exempted in cases when the machinery
and equipment does not meet established criteria; providing
for refund of taxes paid on qualifying machinery and equip-
ment under certain conditions; providing for rules; revising
the method of calculating productive output; amending s. 213.-
053(1), (2), (4), (5), and (7), Florida Statutes, and adding
subsection (8) thereto; providing application of the con-
fidentiality and information sharing requirements of state
revenue laws; providing that the Department of Revenue shall
provide information pursuant to court order or in response
to subpoenas duces tecum from state attorneys, United States
attorneys, certain courts, state and federal grand juries, and
state and federal agencies having jurisdiction over RICO; pro-
viding that the department shall furnish to the Comptroller
the names and addresses of taxpayers claiming certain exemp-
tion or deductions; providing that the department may make
information available to the Secretary of the Department of
the Interior of the United States under certain conditions;
providing that the department may furnish certain informa-
tion to the proper state agencies; providing effective dates.

Rep. Crawford moved that SB 14-D be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Call. The motion was agreed to by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and SB 14-D was
read the first time by title. On motions by Rep. Crawford, the
rules were waived and SB 14-D was read the second time by
title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-101



The Chair
Allen
Bankhead
Batchelor
Bell
Boles
Brodie
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas
Clements
Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer
Easley



Fox
Friedman
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hall, C. A.
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hodes
Hodges, G.
Hodges, W. R.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, A. E.
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Lehman
Lehtinen
Lewis



Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Messersmith
Mills
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Morgan
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Price
Ready
Reynolds



Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Sample
Shackelford
Sheldon
Silver
Smith, C. R.
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Wetherell
Williams
Woodruff
Young



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Nays-6
Hieber Liberti Patterson Weinstock
Jones, D. L. Melby
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Hagler, Ewing
Nays to Yeas-D. L. Jones, Patterson
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Pajcic-
HB 28-D-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the mu-
nicipal public service tax; amending ss. 166.231 and 166.232,
Florida Statutes; removing the mandatory exemption granted
to each residential household on the first 50 kilowatts of elec-
tricity purchased monthly; authorizing any municipality to grant
each residential household an exemption on any amount up to
the first 500 kilowatts of electricity purchased monthly; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Rep.
Pajcic, the rules were waived and HB 28-D was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-42



Girardeau
Gordon
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hodes
Hodges, W. R.
Kutun
Lehman
Lehtinen


Ewing
Fox
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Grant
Hall, L. J.
Hattaway
Hieber
Hodges, G.
Hollingsworth
Johnson, B. L.
Johnson, R. C.
Jones, C. F.
Jones, D. L.
Kelly
Kershaw



Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Morgan
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, L. H.


Kimmel
Kiser
Lewis
Liberti
McEwan
McPherson, S.
Melby
Messersmith
Mitchell
Moffitt
Moore
Myers
Nergard
Nuckolls
Patchett
Plummer, J.
Price



Reynolds
Rosen
Shackelford
Sheldon
Smith, C. R.
Thompson
Weinstock
Wetherell
Young



Ready
Richmond
Robinson
Sample
Silver
Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Steele
Tygart
Upchurch
Ward
Watt
Webster
Williams
Woodburn
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Nays-Thomas
Yeas to Nays-Carlton, W. R. Hodges, Kutun, L. H. Plummer
Nays to Yeas-Fox
So the bill failed to pass.

Subsequently, on motion by Rep. Moffitt, the House recon-
sidered the vote by which HB 28-D failed to pass. The question
recurred on the passage of HB 28-D. The vote was:

Yeas-81



Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Carpenter
Casas



Cosgrove
Cox
Crady
Crotty
Danson



Davis
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Dyer



Easley
Ewing
Friedman
Gallagher
Gardner
Girardeau
Gordon
Grant
Hagler
Hall, C. A.
Hawkins, L. R.
Hawkins, M. E.
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Johnson, A. E.



Kelly
Kershaw
Kimmel
Kiser
Lehman
Liberti
Lippman
Mann
Martin
Martinez
McEwan
McPherson, S.
McPherson, T.
Meek
Meffert
Melby



Mills
Moffitt
Morgan
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patterson
Plummer, J.
Plummer, L. H.
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson
Rosen
Shackelford
Sheldon
Smith, C. R.



Smith, J. H.
Smith, L. J.
Spaet
Thomas
Thompson
Tygart
Upchurch
Watt
Webster
Weinstock
Wetherell
Woodruff
Young



Nays-29
Batchelor Hattaway Messersmith Sample
Boles Hodges, G. Mitchell Silver
Brantley Hodges, W. R. Moore Ward
Bush Hollingsworth Myers Williams
Clements Johnson, B. L. Nergard Woodburn
Crawford Johnson, R. C. Patchett
Evans-Jones Jones, D. L. Price
Hall, L. J. Lewis Ready
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Fox, Lehtinen
Yeas to Nays-Robinson, Upchurch
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has accepted the Conference Committee Report as an
entirety and passed HB 3-D as amended by the Conference Com-
mittee Report.
Joe Brown, Secretary
Conference Committee Report on HB 3-D
On motion by Rep. Morgan, the House took up the following
Report of the Conference Committee on HB 3-D:
The Honorable Ralph H. Haben, Jr.
Speaker, House of Representatives
The Honorable W. D. Childers
President of the Senate
Dear Sirs:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the Senate amendments to House Bill 3-D, same
being An act making appropriations, having met, and after
full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do
recommend to their respective Houses, as follows:
1. That the Senate recede from its Amendments 1 and 2.
2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt
the Conference Committee amendments attached hereto,
and by reference made a part of this report.
Herbert F. Morgan, Chairman Jack D. Gordon, Vice-Chairman
Samuel P. Bell, III (By P. Thomas)
Beverly B. Burned Kenneth C. Jenne
Winston W. Gardner, Jr. Harry A. Johnston, II
Barry Kutun George Kirkpatrick
Frederick Lippman Tom Lewis
Franklin B. Mann Gwen Margolis
Jon Mills Clark Maxwell, Jr.
Steve Pajcic Robert W. McKnight
Curtis Peterson
Managers on the part of the James A. Scott
House of Representatives Sherrill Skinner (dissent)
George Stuart, Jr.
Pat Thomas
Tom Tobiassen
John W. Vogt
Managers on the part of the
Senate



The Chair
Allen
Bell
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Carpenter
Cosgrove
Cox
Davis
Dyer

Nays-68
Bankhead
Batchelor
Boles
Brantley
Brodie
Burrall
Bush
Casas
Clements
Crady
Crawford
Crotty
Danson
Deratany
Drage
Dunbar
Evans-Jones



Allen
Bankhead
Bell
Brodie
Brown



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Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everytl
the enacting clause and insert:


SECTION 1. THE MONEYS IN THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
APPROPRIATED FROM THE NAMED FUNDS FOR THE 1982-83 FISCAL YEAR
STATE AGENCY INDICATED, AS THE AMOUNTS TO BE USED TO PAY THE SA
AND OTHER OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURES OF THE NAMED AGENCIES, AtD
LIEU OF ALL MONEYS APPROPRIATED FOR THESE PURPOSES IN OTHER SECTIi
THE FLORIDA STATUTES, EXCEPT THAT IF ADDITIONAL MONEYS ARE NEEI
MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF A CONTINUING APPROPRIATION OF A TRUST FUl
ADDITIONAL MONEYS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE NAMED TRUST FUND, THE EXECS
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR IS AUTHORIZED TO APPROVE THE EXPENDITI
ADDITIONAL, AVAILABLE MONEYS IN SUCH TRUST FUND IN SUCH AMOUNTS)
BE NECESSARY TO MEET SUCH DEFICIENCY IN OPERATIONS.

SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

ADMINISTERED FUNDS

1 NOT USED

2 NOT USED

2A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GENERAL SERVICES RENT PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5,428,592
FROM TRUST FUNDS . . . .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 2A ARE
TO BE DISTRIBUTED, BY THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR AS REQUIRED, TO VARIOUS AGENCIES TO PAY
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES RENTAL FEES.

THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES SHALL IMPLEMENT A
RENTAL FEE SCHEDULE FOR ALL STATE-OWNED BUILDINGS
UNDER THEIR CONTROL ON JULY 1, 1982.

3 NOT USED

4 NOT USED

4A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW ENFORCEMENT LONGEVITY BONUSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... 377,574

4B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INEQUITY PROBLEMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 295,840

5 SPECIAL. CATEGORIES
SALARY INCREASES ALL PAY PLAN CHANGES
AND SALARY INCREASES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 63,750,675
FROM TRUST FUNDS . . . .

6 %IOT USED

7 NOT USED

8 NOT USED

9 NOT USED

10 NOT USED

11 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CAREER SERVICE SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT FOR
COMPETITIVE AREA DIFFERENTIALS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... . 2,190,206
FROM TRUST FUNDS . . .

12 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRIBUTION RATE ADJUSTMENT FROM 9.1%
PERCENT TO 10.93% PERCENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 17,527,583
FROM TRUST FUrDS. .. . . ....

13 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA LAID AND WATER ADJUDICATORY
COtRISSION ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 5,000

14 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GOVERNOR ELECT OPERATING FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ......... 100,000

15 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GOVERNOR ELECT INAUGURATION EXPENSE FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ......... 100,000

16 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHERN GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 44,100

17 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHERN LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 44,100

18 NOT USED

19 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS -STATE



EMPLOYEES
FROM GEtlERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 500,000



ring after 20 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DEFICIENCY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

21 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
"INS ARE EMERGENCY
TO THE FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
LARIES
ARE IN 22 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ONS OF AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCIES
DED TO FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2
HD AND
CUTIVE 23 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
URE OF STATE EMPLOYEES GROUP HEALTH
AS MAY INSURANCE-PREMIUM INCREASES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . 18,4
FROM TRUST FUNDS . . . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 23 SHALL BE USED TO
CONTINUE THE STATE'S CONTRIBUTION OF 75% OF THE
PREMIUM FOR INDIVIDUAL COVERAGE AND 50% OF THE
PREMIUM FOR DEPENDENT COVERAGE DURING 1982-83.

24 NOT USED

24A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LANOSAT
FROM INTERAMA DISSOLUTION TRUST FUND .

2,000,000 25 NOT USED

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

FUNDS APPROPRIATED FROM THE STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM
TRUST FUND ARE BASED UPON A PERSOtNNEL ASSESSMENT OF
$44 PER POSITION IN 1982-83. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL
NOT PROVIDE DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES
RELATED TO THE PROPOSED PERSONNEL SYSTEM TO ANY
AGENCY UNLESS SAID AGENCY IS CHARGED A PERSONNEL
ASSESSMENT OF $44.

26 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

27 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

28 EXPENSES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

29 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

35,378,358 PERSONNEL, DIVISION OF

30 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE
TRUST FUND ...............
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .

PROVIDED THAT 5 POSITIONS FOR THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
OUTREACH RECRUITMENT PROGRAM INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 30 ARE ABOLISHED, EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1,
1982.

31 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE

720,000TUST FD
32 EXPENSES
FROM GRANTS AD DONATION NS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE
TRUST FUND . . .
7581000FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .
33 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .

34 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE
TRUST FUtND ...............



RETIREMENT, DIVISION OF

35 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

36 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

37 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

38 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUW . .
FROM OPERATItlG TRUST FUND . .



400,000



150,000



50,000




444,901



91
91,930



5



210
137,390



12,000



27,075



500



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43



8,749,776



219,000



906,505


62,180


253,712


2,591



34,532

305,29S
618,888








2.277,435


12,053

62,855
143,142



2,028
1,836



123,948






3,585,056



27,809



1,692,852



57,773














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April 7, 1982



39 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ELECTED STATE OFFICERS RETIREMENT CREDIT
MATCHING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

40 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

41 PENSIONS AND BENEFITS
CONFEDERATE PENSIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

STATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
(NON-CONTRIBUTORY)
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TEACHER'S SPECIAL PENSIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

DISABILITY BENEFITS TO JUSTICES AND JUDGES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SPECIAL PENSIONS AND RELIEF ACTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MEMBERS BENEFITS
FROM FLORIDA RETIREMENT SYSTEM TRUST
FUND . . . .

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS

42 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

43 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

44 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

45 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF

46 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .

47 NOT USED

48 EXPENSES
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .
49 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .

50 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM TRUST FUND .

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, DIVISION OF

51 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

51A OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

52 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

53 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

54 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

55 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. .

56 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROtl ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM HARNESS HORSE RACING PROMOTION
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM QUARTER HORSE RACING PROMOTION
TRUST FUND . . . .

57 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. ...



64,000


6,991




14,500



2,270,000


98,000


80,000


15,000


500,000







43
578,254






135,522



2,603



70

















34
765,047



4,000


276,279


16,410







206
2,186,555



28,102



547,956







7,294



58 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOIL SURVEY AND WATERSHED PLANNING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

59 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROMOTIONAL AWARDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
884,713 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM HARNESS HORSE RACING PROMOTION
TRUST FUND . . .
FROM QUARTER HORSE RACING PROMOTION
TRUST FUND . . . .

59A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONSTRUCTION GRANTS FOR AGRICULTURAL AND
LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT BUILDINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MONEYS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 59A
MAY BE EXPENDED IN LUMP SUM OR OTHERWISE AND SHALL
BE EXPENDED ONLY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.

59B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW ENFORCEMENT BONUS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

60 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

INSPECTION, DIVISION OF
322,500,000
61 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 44
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 5,
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

62 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
138,861 FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

63 EXPENSES
14,846 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

64 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
32,816 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

65 LUMP SUM
CONTINGENT UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE GRADING SERVICE
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

27,119 66 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
1,598,830 SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

67 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
227,990 FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND ..

STANDARDS, DIVISION OF
2,496
68 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 14
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
736,226
69 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

70 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
335,401
71 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND ....

72 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

CHEMISTRY, DIVISION OF

73 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 11
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,2
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

74 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

75 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3
1,388,663 FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

76 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
11,784 FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

77 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
420,111 FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

12,000 DAIRY INDUSTRY, DIVISION OF

9,775 78 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,0

79 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES



7,801 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....



441,192



10,000



100,000







21,000


224,743




46
561,008






B62,606



99,852





7




41,622


93,181




%9



6
53,587



8,669



87,123



48,395



26,625




;0
18,725


5,200



44



110,000

275,000

165,225



162,212





1,386,985


5,551



417,423



26,561





71,365



90,472




2,555,560


25,025


966,580


172,315


155,301





961,524



46,003



276,029



66,519



38,182














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



80 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

81 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

82 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MARKETING, DIVISION OF

83 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

84 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND ...
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND ..
85 EXPENSES
FROMt GENERAL REVENUE FUtNDO . .
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

86 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND ...
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUN .

87 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INSPECTION, DIVISION OF

88 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

89 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

90 EXPENSES
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

91 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

92 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
AUTOMATED TESTING EQUIPMENT
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

93 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

ANIMAL INDUSTRY, DIVISION OF

94 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

95 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

96 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND ..

97 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

98 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENT OF INDEMNITIES
FROM GENERAL REVEJ4UC FU . .
99 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY IIICENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROU GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

100 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

PLANT INDUSTRY, DIVISION OF

101 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM FIRE ANT CONTROL TRUST FUND .
FROM NURSERY INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

102 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROli NURSERY INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

103 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .
FROM FIRE ANT CONTROL TRUST FU . .
FROM LETHAL YELLOMING REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM NURSERY INSPECTION TRUST FD .

104 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .



105 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
APIAPIAN IIDOEMNITIES
FPOM GENERAL REVENUE FUD .....



247,537


13,546


28,938



167
177,184








173,836




5,475




21,347




522























593
4,757,607



200,000


810,506



92,578



1,500,000


1,644


42,215




256
4,026,723




10,700



1,426,818






66,666



106 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BLACKFLY CONTROL PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3

107 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CONSUMER SERVICES, DIVISION OF

108 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 4
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUD) ...
567,842 109 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
1,911,633 FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . .
FROt GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUN .
61,527 110 EXPENSES
29,953 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1
FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .

197,663 111 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
998,851 FROMl GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS
108 THRU 110 FROM THE GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND
10,906 $121,740 SHALL BE TRANSFERRED TO SUCH TRUST FUND
10,320 FROM THE FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND) PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 366.85, FLORIDA STATUTES.

FORESTRY, DIVISION OF
1,383
112 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,18!
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 15,0
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

7,220,285 113 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
1,738,454 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 4!
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

30,243 114 EXPENSES
82,957 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 4,3
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

945,305 115 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
232,937 STATE FOREST RECEIPT DISTRIBUTION
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

41,231 116 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3.4
FROM INCIOENTAL TRUST FUNI . .

635,000 117 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
116,782
118 DEBT SERVICE
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

119 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU) . .
4,158,859 FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FULR . .

AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER

120 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 21
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

371,049 121 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

122 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

123 NOT USED



BAlEING AND FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND
COMPTROLLER

OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION
136,401
124 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FU . .

125 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
55,107 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
577,628 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

126 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
100,000 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

127 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
944,893 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FU . .

150,000 127A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
214,719 REIMBURSEMENT TO HOLMES COUNTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

128 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUN . .



50,000


8,226



2
64,370



3,796



07,917



23,027










5
86,551



52,925



76,577



92,128




6,528





89,238



123
1,396,962



9,266



252,911



12,973



27,858


8,504



36,000



April 7, 1982



45



63,529



13,140



50,605















3,293,453



69,433



1,076,354



706,637



1,595,200



303,360



22,036




495,630


725,206


16,776













1,202,706



9,267



181,964



12,189



8,503



;














46



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ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING, DIVISION OF

129 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 215
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,680,183

ELEVEN OF THE POSITIONS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 129 ARE TO BE TRANSFERRED FROM THE
LEGISLATIVE DATA CENTER AND SHALL BE ELIGIBLE FOR
FULL CAREER SERVICE BENEFITS AND SHALL BE ALLOWED TO
TRANSFER ALL OF THEIR ACCRUED ANNUAL AND SICK LEAVE.

130 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 75,000

131 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 4,979,842

132 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
NATIONAL FOREST MONIES TO COUNTIES
FROM FLORIDA NATIONAL FOREST TRUST FUND .

133 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 18,821

134 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL RFVEIIUE FUND . . 51,842

BANKING, DIVISION OF

135 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 166
FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

136 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .
137 EXPENSES
FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . .

138 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

139 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . .



FINANCE, DIVISION OF

140 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

141 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

142 EXPENSES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

143 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

144 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

SECURITIES, DIVISION OF

145 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

146 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

147 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

148 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

149 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

BUSINESS REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF SECRETARY

150 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUIN . .

151 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND. .. ....

152 EXPENSES



61
















21
388,898


7,374


151,717


2,183


74,343





54
615,039



FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FU!N . .

153 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

154 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUIN . .

PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING, DIVISION OF

155 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 106
FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST FUND. .



156 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM PARI-tfUTUEL WAGERING TRUST FUND .

157 EXPENSES
FPOM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST FUND .

158 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
RACING TAX TO COUNTIES
FROM PARI-MUTUEL TAX COLLECTION TRUST
FUND . . . .

159 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM PARI-MUIUEL WAGERING TRUST FUND .

160 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENT OF AWARDS
FROM FLORIDA THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS
PROMOTIONAL TRUST FUND . . .

1,600,000 161 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST FUND. .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 155
THRU 161 SHALL NOT BE INTERPRETED TO PROVIDE
LEGISLATIVE INTENT FOR THE DIVISION TO IMPLEMENT
RULES OR PROCEDURES SIMILAR TO THOSE PROPOSED BY
PRICE-WATERHOUSE OR A SIMILAR STUDY RELATING TO
TOTALIZATORS UNLESS SUCH RULE OR PROCEDURE IS
SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY STATUTE.

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS, DIVISION OF
3,046,260
162 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 121
FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .
21,750 163 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .

754,634 164 EXPENSES
FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .

165 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
25,007 FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .
166 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITALITY EDUCATION PROGRAM
24,272 FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .



167 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACT WITH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES FOR FOOD SERVICE
1,204,106 INSPECTION
FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .

10,096 168 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRUST FUND .

286,887 FLORIDA LAND SALES AND CONDOMINIUMS, DIVISION OF
169 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 7
2,030 FROM FLORIDA CONDOMINIMUM TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA LAND SALES TRUST FUND ..
FROM FLORIDA REAL ESTATE TIME SHARING
53,203 TRUST FUND . . . .. .
170 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM FLORIDA CONDOMINIMUM TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA LAND SALES TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA REAL ESTATE TIME SHARING
TRUST FUND ...............

171 EXPENSES
FROM FLORIDA CONDOMINIUM TRUST FUD .
FROM FLORIDA LAND SALES TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA REAL ESTATE TIME SHARING
TRUST FUND . .....

172 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM FLORIDA CONDOMINIUM TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA LAND SALES TRUST FUND .
FROM FLORIDA REAL ESTATE TIME SHARING
TRUST FUD ........ ....

172A LUMP SUM
IMPLEMENT VOLUNTARY ARBITRATION FOR
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS
POSITIONS
FROM FLORIDA CONDOMINIUMS TRUST FI) .
494.202 FUNDS AND POSITIONS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 172A ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 572 OR
30,918 SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAN.



238,486


13,325



0



173 DATA PROCESSIIIG SERVICES
FROM FLORIDA COI)OMINIIMUM TRUST FUN ...
FROM FLORIDA LAWN SALES TRUST FUND ..
FROM FLORIDA REAL ESTATE TIME SHARING
TRUST FUN . . .



.4 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO, DIVISION OF
5,846
174 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 253
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUO .. ..... 5,198,772

175 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
1,851,073 FROi GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .15,006



April 7, 1982



1,107,335


425,157




29,915,500


33,416




3.292,290


105,840



2,155,588



7,102


428,157


94,200



70,000





391,000


230,765




755,208
352,392

167,154


30,121
1,261

90


408,567
106,247

45,576


5,333
5,031

244





313,415






45,723
13,916

6,626



72














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



176 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,3

177 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
BEVERAGE LICENSE TO CITIES AND COUNTIES
FROM BEVERAGE LICENSE TRUST FUND . .

178 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2

179 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

180 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

CITRUS, DEPARTMENT OF

181 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 22
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

182 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

183 EXPENSES
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

184 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

185 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADVERTISING REBATES
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

106 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM CITRUS ADVERTISING TRUST FUND .

THE DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS SHALL CONTRACT TO REIMBURSE
THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE FOR 75%, BUT NOT TO
EXCEED $100,000, OF THE COST OF CITRUS JUICE
PURCHASED FROM FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 198 AND DISPENSED AT THE FLORIDA
WELCOME STATIONS.

COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICES OF THE SECRETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES

187 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5



125,433






268,191



.92,680


.45,588



!5



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ..... 987,846
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



188 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

189 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

190 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TOURISM, DIVISION OF

191 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

192 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

193 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....

194 NOT USED

195 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

196 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAID ADVERTISING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



35,590


208,251


7,458



118
1,811,659


427,148


947,226




25,758



4,435,302



197 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADVERTISING PAMPHLETS AND MATERIALS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNO .. .... 6
FROM TOURISM PROMOTION TRUST FUND ..

198 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROIMOTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 7

OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
198, UP TO $30,000 IS PROVIDED TO THE SUNSHINE STATE
GAMES FOUNDATION FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OF COSTS
INCURRED AS A RESULT OF THE SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING
MEET TO BE HELD IN ORLANDO IN 1982, SPONSORED BY THE
GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL FITNESS.

199 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PRODUCTION AND DISPLAY OF FILMS AND
EXHIBITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, DIVISION OF

200 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 15
FROM GENERAL REVEIRE FUND ........ 3,1
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .



511,950




'86,200











80,000



80
07,288



201 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 358,415

202 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,585,503
7,500,000
202A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PENSACOLA CIVIC CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 12,500,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 202A MAY BE
DISBURSED IN ADVANCE.

203 OPERATING CAPITALL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .7,835

204 LUMP SUM
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION
PROJECTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 8,625,000
4,886,504
THE FUNDS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION
PROJECTS SHALL BE EXPENDED ONLY UPON DIRECTION OF
188,000 THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, DIVISION OF ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT, TO DEFRAY THE EXPENSES OF THOSE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
41,280,021 APPROVED AND PRIORITIZED BY SAID DIVISION. SAID
PROJECTS MAY INCLUDE COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS IF THE LOCAL
220,000 GOVERNING BODY AGREES BY APPROPRIATE RESOLUTION TO
ACCEPT FUTURE MAINTENANCE AND ALL ATTENDANT COSTS OF
THE PROJECT. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS APPROPRIATION,
TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS SHALL INCLUDE RIGHT-OF-WAY
563,300 ACQUISITION, ENGINEERING AND CONSULTANT COSTS,
CONSTRUCTION COSTS, SIGNALIZATION, AND ANY OTHER
EXPENSES NECESSARY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING
13,400 TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS OR INITIATION OF NEW
TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.

205 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAID ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,294,101

ALL FUNDS EXPENDED FOR RECEPTIONS BY VARIOUS
DEPARTMENT HEADS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND
TOURISM SHALL BE REIMBURSED FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE'S PROMOTIONAL FUNDS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 198 AND 205, UPON APPROVAL OF THE
OFFICE OF PLANNING ANU BUDGETING IN THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR.

205A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
29,003 GRANTS & AIDS-INTERNATIONAL TRADE
FAIR/DADE COUNTY/ TAMPA
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 350,000

COMMISSIONERS FOR THE PROMOTION OF UNIFORMITY OF
LEGISLATION IN THE UNITED STATES

205B EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .22,010

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DEPARTMENT.OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, THE DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS SHALL DETERMINE APPROPRIATE ADAPTIVE
BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING
INSTRUMENTS TO EVALUATE INMATES WHO APPEAR TO BE
MENTALLY RETARDED.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
AND BUDGET

206 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 158



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,2
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

207 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

208 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 7
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

209 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
43,200 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

210 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RETURN OF PAROLE VIOLATORS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . ... 1

211 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
DISCHARGE AND TRAVEL PAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 6

212 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,5

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECrETARY FO, PROGRAMS

THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS SHALL SUBMIT TO THE
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES ON OR BEFORE
JANUARY 1, 1983, AN EVALUATION REPORT ON THE MUTUAL
PARTICIPATION PROGRAM WHICH SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT
BE LIMITED TO, INFORMATION ON THE PROGRAM SINCE ITS
REINSTATEMENT RELATING TO THE NUMBER OF INMATES
6.980 CONSIDERED, ACCEPTED, COMPLETING, WITHDRAWING, AND
68,980



'29,858



36,750


72,76S



29,269



72,273



20,241


25,039



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76,400



17,012



7














48



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FAILING THE CONTRACT PROVISIONS; THE AVERAGE DAYS
PER INMATE AND TOTAL NUMBER OF INMATE DAYS REDUCED
BY THE PROGRAM; AID THE COST TO THE DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS TO ADMINISTER THIS PROGRAM.

213 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 94
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,89
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

214 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 48
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

215 OPERATING CAPI AL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 216
THROUGH 241 MAY BE TRANSFERRED UPON REQUEST OF THE
DEPARTMENT TO THE STATE COMPTROLLER, TO ACCOUNTS
ESTABLISHED FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT
SECRETARY, EACH REGION AND INSTITUTION WITHIN THE
RESPECTIVE BUDGET ENTITIES, FOR DISBURSEtIENT
PURPOSES, UPON RELEASE OF SAID APPROPRIATION BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. SUCH TRANSFERS
MAY ONLY BE MADE TO ACCOUNTS SIMILAR IN PURPOSE TO
THE CATEGORY OF APPROPRIATION FROM WHICH
TRANSFERRED.

OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY AND REGIONAL
ADMINISTRATION

216 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 113
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,23
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .



217 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

218 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

219 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

220 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE INSTITUTIONAL CLAIMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

221 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TUITION PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

MAJOR INSTITUTIONS

222 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

223 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

224 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

225 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

226 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

226A LUMP SUM
INCREASED INMATE POPULATION
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



1.131



35,037



8,329



30,382



666,898



34,387




5,000



316,457



6,637
114,959,750



846,251



31,667,107



1,488,046



15,618,633



335
6,000,000



FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 226A ARE PROVIDED
FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING THE NEEDS RELATED TO THE
INCREASE IN TIE PROJECTED INMATE POPULATION. THESE
FUNDS SHALL BE PLACED IN RESERVE UNTIL SUCH TIME THE
PROJECTED EXPENDITURES FOR THE INMATE POPULATION
EXCEED THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR SUCH PURPOSE.
PRIOR TO THE RELEASE OF ANY FUNDS, THE DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS SHALL SUBMIT TO THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES AND THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE
OF THE GOVERNOR A PLAN FOR THE DISBURSEMENT OF ANY
OF THESE FUNDS WHICH SHALL BE RELEASED ONLY UPON
LEGISLATIVE APPROVAL.

227 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 793,848
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

PROBATION AND PAROLE SERVICES

UP TO $700,284 AND 60 POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 228, 230, AND 231 SHALL BE CONTINGENT
UPON THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS CONTINUING TO
PILOT THE TESTING OF THE SEPARATION OF THE
SUPERVISION AND INVESTIGATION FUNCTIONS AND SEPARATE
STAFFING FOR PROBATION AND PAROLE SERVICES. A



REPORT ON THIS STUDY SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES BY DECEMBER 1,
1982.

228 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,466
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 24,220,317

32,929 229 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

230 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 3,876,920
11,058 FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

231 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 121,049

232 LUMP SUM
COST OF SUPERVISION PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 700,000

THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS SHALL RENEGOTIATE ALL
MISDEMEANOR PROBATION SUPERVISION CONTRACTS ON A
YEARLY BASIS TO INCLUDE ALL ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS WHO
APPLY PRIOR TO AUGUST 1 OF EACH YEAR.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 232 SHALL BE LIMITED
TO CASES INVOLVING FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR AND
THOSE SECOND DEGREE MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES OF PETTY
THEFT AND WORTHLESS CHECKS. FUNDING FOR SUPERVISION
OF THESE CASES IS PROVIDED FOR NO LONGER THAN 180
DAYS.

COMMUNITY FACILITIES AND ROAD PRISONS

THE PROBATION AND RESTITUTION CENTERS SHALL BE USED
159,260 SOLELY FOR FELONY PAROLEES AND PROBATIONERS.



233 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
23,047 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .
23,374 234 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .
134
235 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AIND DONATIONS TRUST FUND. .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

236 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND ....

237 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUN. .
759,888 FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS
27,985 238 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS TRUST
FUND . . . . .
89,897 239 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS TRUST
FUND . . . .

16,164 240 EXPENSES
FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS TRUST
FUND . . . . .

241 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS TRUST
FUND . . . .

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF, AND COMMISSIONER OF
EDUCATION



907
10,407,980




81,912




3,685,156



231,637



2,109,720



278



4,606,491



11,566



14,801,298



585,090



ALL MONEYS APPROPRIATED HEREIN TO THE DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION ARE CONDITIONAL UPON EACH DISTRICT SCHOOL
BOARD, EACH COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND
THE BOARD OF REGENTS SECURING PRIOR APPROVAL FROM
THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION BEFORE PURCHASING OR
LEASING ANY ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT OR
SOFTWARE COSTING IN EXCESS OF $6,000 IN ANY 12-MONTH
PERIOD. IN GRANTING APPROVAL, THE COMMISSIONER MUST
ENSURE THAT THE SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT IS COMPATIBLE
WITH THE FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING NETWORK, AND
THAT THE COSTS OF EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING ARE REDUCED
BY MAKING THE BEST USE OF EXISTING HARDWARE AND
SOFTWARE.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED HEREIN TO THE DEPARTMENT
44,046 OF EDUCATION, SCHOOL DISTRICTS, THE COMMUNITY
COLLEGES AND THE STATE UNIVERSITIES, THE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION SHALL GIVE PRIORITY TO IMPROVING
INFORMATION SYSTEMS, WITH SPECIFIC EMPHASIS ON
COMMON DATA DEFINITIONS AND DATA HANDLING PROCEDURES
WHICH WILL PROVIDE ANALYSES AND REPORTS UTILIZING
DATA FROM SCHOOL DISTRICTS, COMMUNITY COLLEGES OR
STATE UNIVERSITIES. SUCH DEVELOPMENT SHALL BE
CARRIED OUT THROUGH A CENTRALLY COORDINATED AND
SUPERVISED EFFORT.



April 7, 1982



179,066



8,894



417,287
4,770,215



160,678
96,030



145,485
1,142,790



69,579
699,939















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FUIPS APPROPRIATED FROM THE GENERAL TRUST FUND,
INCLUDING ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS APPROVED BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, MAY BE TRANSFERRED
BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO THE APPROPRIATE
TRUST FUND FOR DISBURSEMENT PURPOSES. SUCH
TRANSFERS SHALL BE MADE TO CATEGORIES OF
APPROPRIATIONS SIMILAR IN PURPOSE TO THE CATEGORY OF
APPROPRIATIONS FROM WHICH TRANSFERRED.

PRIOR TO THE DISTRIBUTION OF ANY FUNDS APPROPRIATED
IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 310 THROUGH 339 FOR THE
FEFP FORMULA AND FOR THE FORMULA FUNDED CATEGORICAL
PROGRAMS, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL CONDUCT AN
ALLOCATION CONFERENCE. CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS
SHALL INCLUDE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT, THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, AND THE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE.
CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS SHALL DISCUSS AND AGREE TO
ALL CONVENTIONS INCLUDINGG ROUNDING CONVENTIONS) AND
METHODS OF COMPUTATION THAT WILL BE USED TO
CALCULATE DISTRICTS' FEFP AND CATEGORICAL
ENTITLEMENTS FOR 1982-83. THESE CONVENTIONS AND
CALCULATION METHODS SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL
FURTHER AGREEIIENTS ARE REACHED IN SUBSEQUENT
ALLOCATION CONFERENCES CALLED BY THE COMMISSIONER
FOR THAT PURPOSE. THE COMMISSIONER SHALL ALSO,
PRIOR TO EACH RECALCULATION OF DISTRICTS' FEFP AND
CATEGORICAL ALLOCATIONS, PROVIDE CONFERENCE
PARTICIPANTS WITH ALL DATA NECESSARY TO REPLICATE
THOSE ALLOCATIONS PRECISELY. THESE DATA SHALL
INCLUDE A MATRIX BY DISTRICT BY PROGRAM OF ALL FTE
CHANGES MADE BR THE DEPARTMENT AS PART OF ITS
ADMINISTRATION OF STATEWIDE FTE CAPS.

THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION SHALL CONDUCT
ENROLLMENT ESTIMATING CONFERENCES, THE FIRST OF
WIIICH SlHALL BE PRIOR TO NOVEMBER 1, 1982, WITH THE
DIVISIONS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, VOCATIONAL EDUCATION,
COTlIUNITY COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES, THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS
COMTIITTEE AND SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, AND
JOINT MANAGEMENT' S DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONHOTIC
RESEARCH UNIT AS PARTICIPANTS. THE CONFERENCES
SHALL ADDRESS ENROLLMENT DATA UTILIZED FOR BOTH
OPERATING AND FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY PURPOSES. THE
COMMISSIONER SHALL REPORT THE RESULTS OF THE
CONFERENCES TO THE HOUSE AND SENATE APPROPRIATIONS
COMIIMITTEES PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1, 1982, FEBRUARY 15,
1983, AtID APRIL 1, 1983. THE OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT
ESTIMATE SHALL BE THAT ESTIMATE WHICH HAS BEEN
ADOPTED BY CONSENSUS AGREEMENT OF APPROPRIATE
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT, THE GOVERNOR, THE
HOUSE, AND THE SENATE.

THE COMMISSIONER SHALL HAVE "READ ONLY" ACCESS TO
THE ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING PROGRAMS AND DATA
ELEMENTS IN THE DIVISIONS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND
UNIVERSITIES BY JULY 1, 1982.

THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, WITH CONSULTATION FROM
THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE LEGISLATURE,
SHALL CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
PROVIDED FOR THE STATE CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM. INl
ADDITION, THIS STUDY SHALL INCLUDE AN EVALUATION OF
THE EDUCATION PROGRAMS PROVIDED FOR THE DADE COUNTY
PUBLIC SAFETY CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM AND THE TOMOKA
CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AS A MODEL FOR FUTURE
EVALUATIONS OF OTHER LOCAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES.
THE STATE BOAPD OF EDUCATION SHALL SUBMIT TO THE
SENATE AND HOUSE COMMITTEES ON APPROPRIATIONS,
CORRECTIONS, AND EDUCATION BY JANUARY 1, 1983, A
REPORT OF THIS COMPLETED STUDY WHICH SHALL INCLUDE,
BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, THIE FOLLOWING POINTS FOR THE
DEPARTMiENT OF EDUCATION AND AGAIN FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF CORRECTIOTIS:

1. A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAMS CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED WITHIN AND TO THE
CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM AND THEIR ENROLLMENTS WHICH
SHALL ADDRESS ACADEMIC, VOCATIONAL, ADULT, AND

COMPENSATORY EDUCATION.

2. AN ACCOUNTING OF THE IJUMBER OF CAREER SERVICE
ANO OTHER STAFF EMPLOYED BY FACH DEPARTMENT TO
ADMINISTER THESE PROGPMS.

3. A FISCAL ANALYSIS OF THE TOTAL COST TO EACH
DEPARTMENT IN FUNDS AND IN KIlN) TO PROVIDE THESE
PROGRAMS BY SPECIFIC TYPE INCLUDING THE SOURCE OF
THE FUNOIING.

4. A RECOMMEIlATION RELATING TO THE APPROPRIATE
EDUCATIONAL CURRICULA TO BE OFFERED BY EACH
DEPARTMENT.

5. A SET OF ALTERNATIVE FUNDING PROPOSALS FOR
CONTINUING AND EtHA)NCING EACH DEPARTMENT'S PROGRAMS.

6. A DESCRIPTION AND EVALUATION OF THE ADEQUACY OF
FACILITIES WITHIN THE CORRECTIONAL SETTING USED FOR
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS.

7. A RECOMME)IOATION BY SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM



RELATING TO THE APPROPRIATE STAFFING LEVEL TO BE
UTILIZED WITHIN EACH DEPARTMENT.



8. A REVIEW OF CURRENT QUALIFICATIONS FOR EDUCATION
STAFF AND A RECOttIENDATION RELATING TO THE
APPROPRIATE QUALIFICATIONS TO BE SET FOR EDUCATIONAL
STAFF WORKING IN THESE PROGRAMS.

9. A REVIEW OF ALL PROCEDURES CURRENTLY USED TO
ASSESS OFFENDER EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND A
RECOHnENDATION FOR CRITERIA OR CHANGES WHICH SHOULD
BE PROPOSED IN THIS AREA.

10. AN IDENTIFICATION OF THE CURRENT LEVEL OF
RESOURCES, OTHER THAN PERSONNEL, BEING UTILIZED IN
EACH SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM AND A
RECOMMENDATION IN THIS AREA.

OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR EDUCATIONAL
MANAGEMENT

242 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 135
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,991,873
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUD . . .
FROM PHIOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND .

THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND RESEARCH DIRECTOR OF THE
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF PHOSPHATE RESEARCH, DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION, SHALL BE EXEMPT FROM THE CAREER
SERVICE SYSTEM PROVIDED THESE POSITIONS 00 NOT
REPORT TO A POSITION IN THE CAREER SERVICE. THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION SHALL SET THE SALARY
FOR THESE POSITIONS INI ACCORDANCE WITH THE
CLASSIFICATION AtND PAY PLAtN ESTABLISHED FOR THE
SENIOR MANAGEMENT SERVICE.

243 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 225,307
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .
FROM PHOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND ....

244 EXPENSES
FROli GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 601,173
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUID . . .
FROM PITOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND .

245 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SCHOOL DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE -
FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM SCHOOL DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY
COLLEGE DISTRICT CAPITAL OUTLAY AND DEBT
SERVICE TRUST FUND . . .

COMMUNITY INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES FTE STUDENTS SHALL
NOT BE INCLUDED W)EN DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF CO&OS
INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES FOR
DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 245.

246 NOT USED

247 NOT USED

248 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FLUND . ... 11,335
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .
FROM PHOSPHATE hESEARC:i TRUST FUN .

248A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOUTHEASTERN COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC
MEDICINE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FLAND .. . 200,000

2488 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 270,000

248C SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -
ENGINEERING CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 248,000

2480 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STUDENT FINANCIAL AID STUDY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FULRI ........ 25,000



SHALL BE USED FOR A COPREHENlSIVE STUDY OF STUDENT
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS. RESPONSIBILITY FOR
THE CONDUCT OF THIS STUDY SHALL REST WITH THE
COMMIfSSION1ER, WHO SHALL ADMINISTER THESE FUNDS IN
CONSULTATION WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND THE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE. THE OUTCOME OF
THIS STUDY, WHICH MAY BE BASED ON RESEARCH CONDUCTED
BY PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS, SHALL BE FINDINGS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS THAT MAY BE USED BY THE LEGISLATURE
TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE STUDENT
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE POLICY.

248E SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA INFORMATION RESOURCE NETWORK
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 529,160

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 248E
SHALL BE USED TO ESTABLISH A NETWORK PILOT PROJECT



WITH TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY THE BOARD OF
REGENTS AS DESCRIBED IN "FLORIDA INFORMATION



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1,290,150
228,207













174,530
45,400



434,642
72,872







66,175,134













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10,000




















62,500















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RESOURCE NETWORK: A PLAN TO BUILD UPON." THE
OUTCOtE OF THIS PILOT PROJECT SHALL BE EVIDENCE
CLEARLY DEMONSTRATING, E.G., THROUGH THE ELECTRONIC
TRANSFER OF FTE DATA, THE FEASIBILITY OF FURTHER
EXPANSION OF THE NETWORK.

THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE IS DEDICATED TO COMPLETING
THE FLORIDA INFORMATION RESOURCES NETWORK (FIRN)
CURRENTLY BEING DEVELOPED. THE GOALS OF THE NETWORK
ARE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A STAIrWIDE INTERACTIVE
NETWORK AND THE PELLCTION OF THE DATA BURDEN ONi
TEACHERS AND OTHER PERSONNEL. TlE DEPARTMENT SHALL
CONTINUE THE DEVELOPMENT AND REFINEMENT OF AUTOMATED
PROGRAM COST REPORTING AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DATA
REPORTING FOR OCCUPATIONAL STUDENTS (VEDOS). INI
ADDITION, A PRINCIPAL EMPHASIS FOR 1982-83 SHALL
CONTINUE TO BE THE AUTOMATION OF STUDENT INFORMATION
SYSTEMS. IN PARTICULAR, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ASSIST
DISTRICTS TO AUTOMATE INDIVIDUAL STUDENT RECORDS,
STUDENT SCHEDULING, GRADE REPORTING, STUDENT
MEMBERSHIP AND FTE REPORTING. DISTRICTS SHALL
SUBMIT FTE STUDENT MEMBERSHIP REPORTS IN MACHINE
READABLE FORM. IF THE COMMISSIONER DETERMINES THAT
ANY DISTRICT IS NOT MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS
TOWARD ACCOMPLISHING THAT OBJECTIVE, HE SHALL NOTIFY
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF THIS FACT AND, IF
APPROPRIATE ACTION IS NOT TAKEN TIIAT PERMITS THE
DISTRICT TO SUBMIT ITS OCTOBER, 1982, REPORT IN
MACHINE READABLE FORM BY THE DEADLINE, THE DISTRICT
SCHOOL BOARD SHALL BE DIRECTED, PURSUANT TO THE
PROVISIONS OF S. 230.23(11)(B), F.S., TO WITHHOLD
THE FURTHER PAYMENT OF SALARY TO THE DISTRICT
SUPERINTENDENT UNTIL SUCH TIME AS AUTOMATED FTE
REPORTING IS ACCOMPLISHED.

248F SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF PHOSPHATE RESEARCH
FROM PHOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUN .

249 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
AUXILIARY LEARNING AIDS FOR POST SECONDARY
HANDICAPPED STUDENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,025,000

FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR AUXILIARY LEARNING AID
ASSISTANCE FOR HANDICAPPED STUDENTS W110 ARE
ATTENDING A STATE UNIVERSITY OR PUBLIC COMMUNITY
COLLEGE IN FLORIDA SHALL BE ADMINISTERED UNDER RULES
ADOPTED BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. SUCH RULES
SHALL INCLUDE STANDARDS OF ELIGIBILITY PROVIDING
THAT AUXILIARY AIDS WILL BE RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS
WHO ARE HAtNDICAPPED WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF SECTION
504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973, AS AMENDED,
AND WHO APE NOT ABLE TO OBTAIN AUXILIARY AID
ASSISTANCE UNDER STATE OR FEDERAL VOCATIONAL
REHABILITATION PROGRAMS OR OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
PROGRAMS. SUCH RULES SHALL PROVIDE FOR
REIMBURSEIIENT TO THE INSTITUTIONS BY THE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION FOR AUXILIARY AID ASSISTANCE PROVIDED
UNDER THIS PROGRAM. ANY FUNDS HEREIN APPROPRIATED
AND UNENCUMBERED AS OF THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR
SHALL REVERT TO THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND
UNALLOCATED.

UPON REQUEST BY THE INSTITUTION, AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO
207 OF AN INSTITUTION'S ALLOCATION MAY BE
DISTRIBUTED AT THE TIME OF ALLOCATION. ANY FUNDS
PROVIDED IN ADVANCE SHALL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE TOTAL
AMOUNT THE INSTITUTION IS ELIGIBLE TO BE REIMBURSED
FOR ACTUAL EXPENDITURES UNDER ITS PLAN. AT LEAST
ONCE DURIIIG EACH YEAR THE ALLOCATION, EXPENDITURES,
AND NEEDS OF ALL INSTITUTIONS SHALL BE REVIEWED.

IF THIS REVIEW SHOWS THAT ANY INSTITUTION IS fIOT
SPENDING THIS ALLOCATION AT A RATE THAT WOULD
EXHAUST THE ALLOCATION Bt THE END OF THE YEAR, THE
COMMISSIONER MAY ADJUST ALLOCATIONS BETWEEN AND
AMONlG INSTITUTIONS.

IONE OF THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR AUXILIARY LEARNING
AIDS SHALL BE EXPENDED FOR SALARIED POSITIONS EXCEPT
FOR INTERPRETORS FOR THE DEAF WITH PRIOR APPROVAL
UPON THE REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF A FULL TIME
INTERPRETER WORKLOAD.

250 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 4,796,843

251 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NURSING CONHRACT-UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 200,000

252 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOCIAL WORK CONTRACT BARRY COLLEGE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND) .... 214,220


253 SPECIAL CATEGO TtS
FIRST ACCREDITED MEDICAL SCHOOL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 8,364,080

FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
253, $205,408 IS PROVIDED AS TERMINAL SUPPORT FOR
THE tDO PHD PROGRAM.



254 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MANAGEMENTT TRAINING ACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 830,000



FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
254, $50,000 IS ALLOCATED TO THE COMMISSIONER TO:

(A) DEVELOP, FIELD TEST, AND REVISE AS NECESSARY,
TEACHER EVALUATION INSTRUtMENTS (SCREENING,
DIAGNOSTIC AND SUMIIATIVE INSTRUMENTS) BASED UPON
RESEARCH FINDINGS ABOUT TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS. SUCH
INSTRUMENT SHALL NOT BE LIMITED TO EVALUATION OF
BEGINNING TEACHERS.
(B) DEVELOP A SYSTEM AND MATERIALS TO TRAIN A
SAMPLE DISTRICT-LEVEL TEACHER EVALUATOR TO USE THE
EVALUATION INlSTPUtiENTS SPECIFIED ABOVE.
(C) DESIGN MATERIALS TO HELP TEACHERS REMEDIATE
DEFICIENCIES.
(0) DEVELOP ALTERNATIVE IIISERVICE-PRESERVICE
FEEDBACK PROCEDURE.
(El ANALYZE FLORIDA'S GENERIC TEACHER
COMIPETENCIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO RESEARCH
FINDINGS ABOUT TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS, AND THE STATUS
OF TEACHER EVALUATION POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN
FLORIDA.

THE COMMISSIONER SHALL SUBMIT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON
OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 1983, A REPORT ON ITEMS A E
ABOVE.

255 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
REGIONAL EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 618,700

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL NOTIFY THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL
EDUCATION BOARD THAT THE 1983-84 SCHOOL YEAR SHALL
BE THE FIRST OF A FOUR-YEAR PHASEOUT OF REMAINING
CONTRACT SPACES.

256 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DISTINGUISHED PERFORMANCE AWARDS
2,692,658 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .. 90,000

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 256
SHALL BE USED TO IMPLEMENT A PROGRAM TO RECOGNIZE
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN EDUCATION IN FLORIDA.
THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION SHALL IDENTIFY
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN EDUCATION MERITING
RECOGNITION. WHEN DEEMED APPROPRIATE BY THE
COMMISSIONER THE RECOGNITION AWARD SHALL BE
PRESENTED BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. EACH
RECOGNITION AWARD SHALL BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE
PERFORMANCE BEING RECOGNIZED AS DETERMINED BY THE
COMMISSIONER (E.G., CASH AWARDS, CERTIFICATES AND
PLAQUES). ADDITIONAL FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 256 ABOVE THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED IN
1981-82 MAY BE USED TO HIRE UP TO 1 PERSON.

257 HOT USED

258 NOT USED

258A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DGS CONTRACT FLEET
FROM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

259 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OZONA MODEL MATCHING GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . 100,000

260 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 250,000

THE COUNCIL MAY DISSEMINATE INFORMATION ABOUT ITS
ACTIVITIES BUT IT SHALL NOT PROVIDE FUNDS TO ANY
UNIVERSITY FOR iTHE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION
COSTS OF ANY OTHER NEWSLETTER OR RELATED
PUBLICATION.

261 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 15,000

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 261
SIALL BE USED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION TO
STIMULATE UNIQUE ACTIVITIES WHICH, IN THE OPINION OF
THE COtIIISSIONER, WOULD DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP
CONSISTENT WITH THE STATE'S GOALS FOR EDUCATION.

262 DEBT SERVICE
FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL OUTLAY AND
DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND . . .

OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR ADMINISTRATION

263 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 129
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUlI ....... 2,324,338

264 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 14,444
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

265 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 721,186
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 264 AND 265, THE SUM OF $30,000 SHALL



BE PROVIDED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STAFF TRAINING
PROGRAM TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT'S
PERSOtMEL OFFICE.



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266 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 29,991

267 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LITIGATION EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 20,000
FPOM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 267 SHALL REVERT IF
NOT EXPENDED OR ENCUMBERED ON LITIGATION EXPENSES.

268 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 1,209,326
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

OFFICE OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

THE FLORIDA STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMISSION
SHALL MAINTAIN THE SAME STANDARD OF FISCAL
RESPONSIBILITY AS THAT EXPECTED OF ALL OTHER STATE
AGENCIES. THE COMMISSION SMALL, WITH THE ACTIVE
COOPERATION OF THE COMMISSIONER, DEVELOP AN
OPERATING BUDGET FOR 1982-83 BASED ON AMOUNTS
APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 269 THROUGH
272. THE COMMISSION SHALL REPORT TO THE GOVERNOR
AND TO THE LEGISLATURE MONTHLY CONCERNING
EXPENDITURES TO DATE IN EACH OBJECT CATEGORY AID
SHALL PRESENT JUSTIFICATION FOR ANY TRANSFER OF
FUNDS BETWEEN OBJECT CATEGORIES AND FOR ANY
EXPENDITURE THAT, WHEN PRORATED OVER A TWELVE MONTH
PERIOD, WOULD CAUSE THE COMMISSION TO EXCEED ITS
BUDGET FOR THE YEAR. THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR
GENERAL SHALL PERFORM A MANAGEMENT AUDIT OF THE
COMMISSION AND REPORT ITS FINDINGS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE LEGISLATURE.

THE STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMISSION SHALL
CAUSE TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE STATE TREASURY ALL
INSURANCE PREMIUM FUNDS COLLECTED BY PARTICIPATING
GUARANTEED STUDENT LOAN LENDING INSTITUTIONS AND
HELD IN ACCOUNTS IN THE COMMISSION'S NAME. THE
COMMISSION SHALL REPORT FUND BALANCES FOR THESE
ACCOUNTS AS FOR ALL OTHER ACCOUNTS MAINTAINED ON
BEHALF OF THE COMMISSION.

269 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 144
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,199,118
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

270 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 129,967
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . .

271 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 590,908
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

272 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 144,947
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

273 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW PROFESSIONAL
PRACTICES PROCEDURES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 293,420

274 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RADIO READING SERVICE FOR THE BLIND
FROM GENERAL REVEtNUE FUND . . 82,205

275 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC BROADCASTING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 6,412,702

THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 275 SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS: $443,017 FOR
STATEWIDE GOVERNMENTAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS
PROGRAtMING; $5,969,685 FOR PROGRAMMING SUPPORT
GRANTS FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS.

RADIO STATIONS TO SHARE THE GRANTS ARE WKGC-FM,
PANAMA CITY; WFSU-FM, TALLAHASSEE; WJCT-FM,
JACKSONVILLE; WUSF-FM, TAMPA; MHRS-FM, BOYNTON
BEACH; WLPN-FM, MIAMI; WMFE-FM, ORLANDO; WUWF-FM,
PENSACOLA; WUFT-FM, GAINESVILLE; AND WQCS-FM, FT.
PIERCE.

276 NOT USED

276A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SOPHOMORE LEVEL TEST
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 780,000

THE COMMISSIONER SHALL MAINTAIN STATEWIDE
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ADItINISTRATION OF ALL TESTS
AND OTHER ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES IN THE COLLEGE-LEVEL
ACADEMIC SKILLS PROGRAM ANO HAY ASSIGII
ADtINISTPATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SUCH TESTS TO
ANy PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE. THE
STATE BOARD, UPON RECOMMENDATION OF THE
"COMIISSIOIIER, IS AUTHORIZED TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTS
FOR SUCH SERVICES WHICH BEGIN IN ONE FISCAL YEAR ANDr
CONTINUE INTO THE NEXT WHICH ARE PAID FROM THE
APPROPRIATION OF EITHER OR BOTH FISCAL YEARS.



THE ARTICULATION COORDINATING COMMITTEE SHALL
DEVELOP DEFINITIONS OF TERMS, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIIIITED TO, CREDIT, INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT, AND



NON1-CREDIT, WHICH ARE USED TO GENERATE FULL-TIME
EQUIVALENT STUDENTS OR AS PART OF THE REQUIREMENTS
FOR GRADUATION OR FOR EARNING DEGREES OR
CERTIFICATES. PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING THE
RELATIONSHIP OF THESE TERMS TO COURSES OFFERED BY
POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS AND PROCEDURES FOR
10,000 SETTING THE LEVEL AT WHICH THESE COURSES ARE TAUGHT
SHALL ALSO BE DEVELOPED. THESE DEFINITIONS AND
PROCEDURES SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE STATE BOARD OF
EDUCATION FOR IT TO CONSIDER FOR ADOPTION AS RULES
PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1983.

2768 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
657,512 COMMUNITY COLLEGES STUDENT COMPETENCIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 17,850
276C SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEACHER EDUCATION CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENlE FUND . 2,525,451

TIE DEPARTMENT WILL RELEASE TEACHER EDUCATION CENTER
FUNDS TO A UNIVERSITY AFTER IT HAS FILED WITH THE
DEPARTMENT COPIES OF AGREEMENTS WITH DISTRICT
OFFICIALS TO PROVIDE TEACHER EDUCATION CENTER
ACTIVITIES.

2760 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BEGINNING TEACHER EVALUATION COMMITTEE
FROMi QEtEPAL REVENUE FUND ...... 18,000

277 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION PROGRAM
ACQUISITION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 340.000

278 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CLAIM PAYMENTS FOR GUARANTEED STUDENT LOAN
PROGRAM
FROM STUDENT LOAN GUARANTY RESERVE TRUST
FU .ND . . .

A REPORT SHALL BE MADE TO THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATURE ON THE USE OF THE
APPROPRIATION FOR EACH FISCAL YEAR. THE REPORT
SHALL INCLUDE THE AMOUNTS OF ALL CLAIMS PAYMENTS FOR
THE GUARANTEED STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM AND THE SOURCE
FROM WHICH THOSE CLAIMS PAYMENTS ARE DRAWN.

1,155,587 279 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CAPITAL TECHNICAL CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 214,977

46,875 FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 279 MAY
BE USED TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT FOR THE CAPITAL
TECHNICAL CENTER'S RADIO AND TELEVISION FACILITIES.

693,016 280 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
SEMINOLE/MICCOSUKEE INDIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM SEMINOLEiMICCOSUKEE INDIAN TRUST
FUND . . .
2,400
FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 280
SHALL BE EXPENDED THROUGH THE SEMINOLE/MICCOSUKEE
INDIAN TRUST FUND.

THE AMOUNT OF EACH SCHOLARSHIP SHALL BE DETERMINED
BY THE SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FLORIDA AND THE MICCOSUKEE
TRIBE OF FLORIDA.

BOTH UNOERGPADUATE STUDENTS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
SHALL BE ELIGIBLE FOR THESE SCHOLARSHIPS.
281 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
SEMINOLE INDIAN SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 35,000

282 FINANCIAL ASSIS13NCE PAYMENTS
FLORIDA ACADEMIC SCHOLARS FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,600,000

283 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 50,000

284 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CHILDREN OF DECEASED AND DISABLED VETERANS
SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FULD ...... 50,000

285 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
FLORIDA STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... . 10,395,000
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND ..
FROM FLORIDA INSURED STUDENT LOAN TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 285
FROM THE FLORIDA INSURED STUDENT LOAN TRUST FUND
SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE GRANT AWARDS FOR STUDENTS
ATTENDING COtMMUNITY COLLEGES AND ARE INTENDED TO
SUPPLEMENT THE AMOUNT OF GENERAL REVENUE AND FEDERAL
TRUST FUNDS PROVIDED FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS.
THESE FUNDS SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED USING THE SAME
CRITERIA OF FINANCIAL NEED AS ARE USED TO DISTRIBUTE
THE BALANCE OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 285.



286 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
PUBLIC SERVICE WORK STUDY PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,000,000



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FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 286
SHALL BE USED TO ESTABLISH THE COLLEGE CAREER WORK
EXPERIENCE PROGRAM, TO BE ADMINISTERED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH POLICIES AND RULES TO BE ESTABLISHED BY THE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. THE PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM
IS TO INTRODUCE ELIGIBLE STUDENTS TO WORK EXPERIENCE
IN THEIR DECLARED MAJOR AREA OF STUDY. THIS PROGRAM
SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO A STUDENT ATTENDING ANY
COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY WHICH BY VIRTUE OF LAW OR
CHARTER IS ACCREDITED AND HOLDS MEMBERSHIP IN THE
COUNCIL ON POSTSECONDARY ACCREDITATION, WHICH GRANTS
BACCALAUREATE OR ASSOCIATE DEGREES, WHICH IS NOT A
PERVASIVELY SECTARIAN INSTITUTION, AND WHICH DOES
NOT DISCRIMINATE IN THE ADMISSION OF STUDENTS ON THE
BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX OR CREED. EACH
PARTICIPATING UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE SHALL BE
EMPOWERED TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH
ANY PRIVATE OR PUBLIC EMPLOYER FOR THE PURPOSE OF
ESTABLISHING A CAREER WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM.
FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR THE PROGRAM SHALL BE USED BY THE
PARTICIPATING COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY TO FUND ITS
SHARE OF THE STUDENT'S SALARY IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THESE PROVISIONS.

A STUDENT SHALL BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE
COLLEGE CAREER WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM IF:

(1) HE IS A GRADUATE OF A FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL
AND IS ENROLLED AS A FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE IN GOOD
STANDING AT AN ELIGIBLE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY.

(2) HE HAS RESIDED CONTINUOUSLY IN THE STATE FOR
THE TWO YEARS IMMEDIATELY PROCEEDING HIS APPLICATION
FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM AND IS NOT A
RESIDENT OF ANOTHER STATE, AND

(3) HE IS A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES OR IS
IN THE UNITED STATES FOR OTHER THAN TEMPORARY
PURPOSE WITH THE INTENT TO BECOME A CITIZEN.

THERE IS HEREBY CREATED IN THE STATE TREASURY THE
COLLEGE CAREER WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM TRUST FUND.
THE COMPTROLLER SHALL AUTHORIZE EXPENDITURES FROM
THIS FUND UPON RECEIPT OF VOUCHERS APPROVED BY THE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. ANY BALANCE THEREIN AT THE
END OF ANY FISCAL YEAR SHALL REMAIN THEREIN AND
SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR CARRYING OUT THESE
PROVISIONS. EACH PARTICIPATING UNIVERSITY OR
COLLEGE SHALL BE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE AN AMOUNT EQUAL
TO 50% OF THE WAGES TO BE PAID TO THE STUDENT FROM
THE TRUST FUND. THE PRIVATE OR PUBLIC EMPLOYER
SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FURNISHING THE FULL COST OF
ANY MANDATORY BENEFITS AND THE REMAINING 50% OF THE
WAGES TO BE PAID TO THE STUDENT. THE DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION MAY PRESCRIBE SUCH RULES FOR THE PROGRAM
AS ARE NECESSARY FOR ITS ADMINISTRATION, FOR
DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY FOR EACH INSTITUTION TO
RECEIVE FUNDS FOR STUDENTS, AND TO ENSURE THE PROPER
EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 286, A MAXIMUM AMOUNT EQUAL TO 1.5% OF
THE TOTAL APPROPRIATION MAY BE RETAINED BY THE
FLORIDA STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMISSION AND
USED FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THIS PROGRAM.

287 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
FROM EX-CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
ENDOWMENT TRUST FUND . . .

288 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
FLORIDA STUDENT LOANS
FROM STUDENT FINANCIAL AID TRUST FUND .

289 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
PRIVATE TUITION ASSISTANCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 9,500,000

THE AMOUNT OF THE TUITION VOUCHER SHALL BE $750. IF
THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
289 IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO PROVIDE $750 TO EACH
ELIGIBLE STUDENT, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PRORATE THE
AMOUNT AMONG ALL ELIGIBLE STUDENTS.

STUDENTS ENROLLED IN STATE CONTRACTED PROGRAMS AT
PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS WHOSE*,.UITION IS EQUIVALENT TO
THE TUITION IN THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SHALL NOT
BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE FUNDS UNDER THE STATE TUITION
VOUCHER FUND.

THE COMMISSIONER SHALL ESTABLISH A CUTOFF DATE FOR
THE SUBMISSION OF VOUCHERS FOR EACH REGISTRATION
PERIOD. NO FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 289 FOR 1982-83 SHALL BE USED TO PAY
ANY VOUCHER SUBMITTED FOR 1981-82 ENROLLMENT.

HANDICAPPED STUDENTS WHO COMPLETE A TOTAL OF 24
SEMESTER HOURS OF INSTRUCTION DURING A TWELVE MONTH
PERIOD THAT BEGINS AT THE START OF THE SCHOOL YEAR
SHALL BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A TUITION VOUCHER.

289A FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENT STUDENT
REGENT SCHOLARSHIP



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 25,000



BLIND SERVICES, DIVISION OF
290 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3;
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GPANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

291 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

292 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

293 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COnlUNITY REHABILITATION FACILITIES
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM WORKSHOP AND FACILITIES TRUST FUND

294 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AIN DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

295 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
296 LUMP SUM
VENDING STANDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 296 ARE FOR
RETIREMENT FUNDS FOR VENDING STAND OPERATORS.

297 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CLIENT SERVICES VOCATIONAL
REHABILITATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,7
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .

298 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CLIENT SERVICES MEDICAL AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVE;.r. FUND . . 1
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FU . .

299 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
VENDING STANDS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
FROM TRAINING AND OPERATING TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

300 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

PROJECTS, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS

301 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 15
FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND . . .

302 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
3,200 FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND .. .. . .

303 EXPENSES
25,000 FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND . . .

304 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PROJECTS, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS
FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND . . .

305 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND . . . .

306 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY RESEARCH
PROJECTS
FROM PROJECTS, CONTRACTS, AND GRANTS
TRUST FUND . . .



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2,680









291,628



'38,889





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23,193



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THE DEPARTMENT SHALL REVIEW ALL PROGRAMS FUNDED AS
AID TO LOCAL GOVEPNMENIS AND SPECIAL CATEGORIES THAT
ARE PART OF OP RELATED TO THE FLORIDA EDUCATION
FINANCE PROGRAM AND SHALL SUBMIT RECOMMENDATIONS TO
THE LEGISLATURE BY MARCH 1, 1983, REGARDING WAYS TO
MORE EFFECTIVELY ACCOMPLISH STATE POLICIES AND
PRIORITIES BY REDIRECTING THE EMPHASIS OF EXISTING
PROGRAMS OR BY CONSOLIDATING SIMILAR PROGRAMS.

307 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 237
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 3,794,640
FROM GENERAL TRUST FU . . .



2,922,431
48,707
364,779



51,163
29,095
1,999



802,026
47,177
141,555



82,420
525,000



47,543
36,504
6,785


40,952



1,710,589





1,257,775



345,375
848,338



45,092
1,243





3,233,339



550,303



2,487,477




2,477,991



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308 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 120,426
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

309 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,142,453
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

310 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL FINANCE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1963,394,614
FROM INTEREST STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND .
FROM PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND .

FROM THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310 FUNDS SHALL BE PROVIDED AS PARTIAL
EQUALIZATION OF DISTRICTS' DISCRETIONARY LEVY.
EQUALIZATION FUNDS SHALL BE CALCULATED IN THE
FOLLOWING MANNER. AN AMOUNT SHALL BE CALCULATED
THAT IS THE STATE AVERAGE AMOUNT PER UNWEIGHTED FTE
GENERATED WITH 4 ONE MILL LEVY. THIS AVERAGE SHALL
BE THE SUM OF THE VALUE OF A ONE MILL LEVY PER FTE
STUDENT FOR EACH DISTRICT DIVIDED BY THE STATE TOTAL
FTE. EACH DISTRICT'S EQUALIZATION ENTITLEMENT SHALL
BE CALCULATED BY MULTIPLYING (A) THE AMOUNT OF THE
ACTUAL DISCRETIONARY VILLAGE LEVIED BY THE DISTRICT
ABOVE 1.1 MILLS BY (B) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE
STATE AVERAGE VA'UE OF ONE MILI. PER FTE STUDENT AND
THE DISTRICT VALUE OF ONE MILL PER FTE STUDENT, AND
BY (C) THE DISTRICTS UIWEIGHTED FTE STUDENT COUNT.

FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982-83 EACH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
IS AUTHORIZED TO LEVY A MILLAGE TAX RATE IN ADDITION
TO THE MAXIMUM iONVOTED MILLAGE FOR OPERATING
PURPOSES AS SET FORTH IN CHAPTER 80-274, FLORIDA
STATUTES. THE MAXIMUM ADDITIONAL TAX RATE SHALL BE
THE PATE NECESSARY TO GENERATE AN AMOUNT THAT MAY
EQUAL BUT NOT EXCEED THE SUi OF 12.5% OF THE
DISTRICT S 1982-83 CALCULATED FEFP ENTITLEMENT AS
DETERMINED BY 1HE DEPARTMENT ON AUGUST 1, 1982, AiD
THE DISTRICT'S ALLOCATION FOR THE FOLLOWING
CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS: K-3 IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM,
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, INSTRUCT IONAL
MATERIALS AND COMPENSATORY EDUCATION. IN NO CASE
MAY A DISTRICT ESTABLISH A DISCRETIONARY RATE
GREATER THAN 1.6 MILLS.

EACH DISTRICT'S MAXIMUM DISCRETIONARY LEVY
ENTITLEMENT SHALL BE CALCULATED USING $876,255,027
AS THE STATE TOTAL REQUIRED LOCAL EFFORT.

THE ADMINISTRATOR-TEACHER RATIO FOR ANY SCHOOL
DISTRICT FOR 1982-83 SHALL NOT EXCEED THE 1977-78
ADMINISTRATOR-TEACHER RATIO. THE COtMISSIONER OF
EDUCATION SHALL DETERMINE THESE RATIOS AND REPORT
THEM TO THE LEGISLATURE.

IN THE EXPENDITURE OF FUIDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310, DISTRICTS SHALL GIVE A HIGH
PRIORITY TO PROVIDING A SALARY INCREASE TO ALL
INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL.

THE BASE STUDENT ALLOCATION IS $1,397.337 FOR
1982-83. THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION SHALL USE
FUNTS FROM THE WORKING CAPITAL FUND TO MAINTAIN THE
BASE STUDENT ALLOCATION IN 1982-83 IF FUNDS PROVIDED
IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 310 ARE INSUFFICIENT TO
MAINTAIN THIS LEVEL WHEN THE INSUFFICIENCY IS CAUSED
BY UNEXPECTED FLUCTUATIONS IN EITHER ENROLLMENTS OR
TAXPOLLS.

DISTRICTS IN 1982-83 SHALL BE GUARANTEED A 10% PER
FTE STUDENT INCREASE IN STATE FUNDING. THIS
GUARANTEE SHALL BE CALCULATED IN THE FOLLOWING
MANNER. AN AMOUNT SHALL BE CALCULATED FOR EACH
DISTRICT FOR BOTH THE 1981-82 AND 1982-83 SCHOOL
YEAR THAT IS EQUAL TO THE WEIGHTED AND CAPPED
STUDENT COUNT MULTIPLIED BY TIHE BASE STUDENT
ALLOCATION AND BY THE DISTRICT COST DIFFERENTIAL AND
ADDED TO THE DISTRICT'S ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL
DISCRETIONARY LEVY ENTITLEMENT. IF THE 1982-83
AMOUNT DIVIDED BY THE 1982-83 JTNWEIGHTEF FTE IS NOT
10% GREATER THAN THE 1981-82 AtC"hNT DIVIDED BY THE
1981-82 UNWEIGHTED FTE, A DISTRICT SHALL BE ENTITLED
TO RECEIVE FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310 WHATEVER AMOUNT IS NECESSARY TO
PROVIDE A 10% PER PUPIl. INCREASE.

THE APPROPRIATION IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONl 310 IS
TO BE ALLOCATED BY COMPARING THE U4WEIGHTED FTE'S IN
1982-83 TO THE ULIWEIGHTED FTE'S OF THE PRIOR YEAR.
IN THOSE DISTRICTS WHERE THERE IS A DECLINE IN THE
ULWEIGHTED FTE'S, 50% OF THE DECLINE IS TO BE
MULTIPLIED BY THE PRIOR YEAR CALCULATED FEFP PROGRAM
PER UNWEIGHTED FTE AND ADDED TO THE ALLOCATION OF
THAT DISTRICT. FOR THIS PURPOSE THE CALCULATED FEFP
PROGRAM IS COMPUTED BY MULTIPLYING THE WEIGHTED FTE
BY THE BASE STUDENT ALLOCATION AND THEN BY THE
DISTRICT COST DIFFERENTIAL. EIGHTY-FIVE (85)
PERCENT OF TIHE FTE DECLINE THAT RESULTS FROM THE
TRANSFER OF PROGRAMS FROM SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO OTHER
INSTITUTIONS SHALL NOT BE COUNTED IN THE CALCULATION
OF A DISTRICT'S DECLINIIIG ENROLLMENT ALLOCATION.

THE REQUIRED LOCAL EFFORT IN 1982-83 IS
$826,255,027. NO SCHOOL DISTRICT SHALL BE REQUIRED



TO LEVY A VILLAGE FOR LOCAL REQUIRED EFFORT THAT



WILL PRODUCE MORE 1HAN 100% OF THE CALCULATED FEFP
FOR THAT DISTRICT.
135,637
AN AMOUNT OF $145 IN 1982-83 FOR EACH POSTSECONDARY
VOCATIONAL UTNWEIGIITED FTE SHALL BE ADDED TO AND MADE
A PART OF THE LOCAL REQUIRED EFFORT FOR EACH
1,383,216 DISTRICT.

THE COtlMISSIONER OF EDUCATION SHALL REVIEW THE
ORGANIZATION, ADMINISTRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF
ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS OFFERED BY SCHOOL DISTRICTS
1,000,000 AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN ORDER TO ASSURE THE
15,600,000 CO(RDItIATED DELIVERY OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND
TO ELIMINATE ANY UNNECESSARY DUPLICATION OF PROGRAMS
IN SERVICE AREAS IN 1982-83 AND THE FUTURE. THE
COtIIISSIONER SHALL REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE NOT
LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 1983 ON THE COORDINATED
DELIVERY OF ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN THE STATE.

STUDENTS SERVED WITH FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310 FOR THE ADULT BASIC AND HIGH
SCHOOL PROGRAM SHALL BE SERVED IN THE FOLLOWING
PRIORITY OPDER:

1. STUDENTS WITH SKILLS AT OR BELOW THE EIGHTH
GRADE LEVEL STUDYING TO ACHIEVE LITERACY;

2. STUDENTS EARNING CREDIT REQUIRED FOR A
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR PREPARING FOR THE
GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) TEST;

3. STUDENTS WHO HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
BUT REQUIRE ADDITIONAL BASIC SKILLS TO
OBTAIN OR MAINTAIN EMPLOYMENT;

4. STUDENTS WHO HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
AID ARE EMPLOYED BUT DESIRE TO ENHANCE
THEIR PROFESSIONAL COIMPETENCIES;

5. PARTICIPANTS IN COURSES AND ACTIVITIES
PRINCIPALLY CONCERNED WITH COMMUNITY
PROBLEMS IN TIE AREAS OF HEALTH, SAFETY,
HUtAN RELATIONS, GOVERNMENT, CHILD
REARING, CONSUMER ECONOMICS AND THE
ENVIRONTlENT;

6. PARTICIPANTS IN RECREATION AND LEISURE
SKILL ACTIVITIES.

PRIORITIES 1-4 SHALL BE SERVED WITH FUNDS PROVIDED
FOR THE ADULT BASIC ANID HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM;
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT NO INDIVIDUAL IN A LOWER
PRIORITY ShALL BE SERVED BY A DISTRICT UNTIL ALL
STUDENTS IN A HIGHER PRIORITY HAVE BEEN SERVED. AN
AMtOUNT FOR EACH PRIORITY 3 AND 4 FTE, EQUAL TO THE
AMOLNIT CHARGED FOR POSTSECONOARY VOCATIONAL
STUDENTS, SHALL BE ADDED TO AND MADE A PART OF TlE
LOCAL REQUIRED EFFORT FOR EACH DISTRICT. PRIORITY 5
ACTIVITIES SHALL BE SUPPORTED WITH FUNDS
APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 345A FOR
COMMUNITY INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES, AND PRIORITY 6
ACTIVITIES SHALL BE SELF SUPPORTING.

BEGINNIn'G WITH THE JUWIE, 1982, STUDENT COUNT, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL COLLECT FROM DISTRICTS BOTH A TOTAL
FTE COUNT FOR THE ADULT BASIC AIND HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM AND SUBTOTAL COUNTS THAT CORRESPOND TO
PRIORITIES 1-4. PARTICIPANTS Il PRIORITY 5 AtND 6
ACTIVITIES SHALL NOT BE INCLUDED IN FTE COUNTS
REPORTED FOR FEFP FUNDING PURPOSES.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE WEIGHTED FTE PROGRAM CAPS:

1982-83

EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT PROGRAMS 236,562
VOCATIONAL K-12 PROGRAMS 181,814
ADULT PREPARATORY VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 74,758
ADULT BASIC AND HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS 38,494
ADULT SUPPLEMENTAL VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 8,228
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION 35,296



PROGRAM COST FACTORS FOR 1982-83 SHALL BE:

1. BASIC PROGRAMS

A. K-3
B. 4-9
C. 10-12
D. EDUCATIONAL ALTERNATIVES
E. K-3 MAINSTREAM
F. 4-9 MAINSTREAM
G. 10-12 MAINSTREAM
H. EDUCATIONAL ALTERNATIVES MAINSTREAM

2. SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS

A. EDUCABLE MENTALLY RETARDED
B. TRAINABLE MENTALLY RETARDED
C. PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
0. PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
PART-TIME
E. SPEECH AND HEARING PART-TIME
F. DEAF
G. VISUALLY HANDICAPPED PART-TIlE 1
H. VISUALLY HANDICAPPED
I. EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED PART-TIME



1.165
1.000
1.106
1.818
2.330
2.000
2.211
3.636



2.149
2.832
3.472

6.674
6.870
3.835
1.393
4.248
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J. EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED
K. SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY
PART-TIME
L. SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY
M. GIFTED PART-TIME
N. HOSPITAL AND HOMEBOUND PART-TIME
0. PROFOUNDLY HANDICAPPED
3. K-12 VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

A. AGRICULTURE
B. BUSINESS AND OFFICE
C. DISTRIBUTIVE
D. DIVERSIFIED
E. HEALTH
F. PUBLIC SERVICE
G. HOME ECONOMICS
H. INDUSTRIAL
I. EXPLORATORY


4. ADULT PREPARATORY VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

A. AGRICULTURE
B. BUSINESS AND OFFICE
C. DISTRIBUTIVE
D. DIVERSIFIED
E. HEALTH
F. PUBLIC SERVICE
G. HOME ECONOMICS
H. INDUSTRIAL

5. ADULT SUPPLEMENTAL VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

A. AGRICULTURE
B. BUSINESS AND OFFICE
C. DISTRIBUTIVE
D. HEALTH
E. PUBLIC SERVICE
F. HOME ECONOMICS
G. INDUSTRIAL

6. ADULT BASIC AND HIGH SCHOOL



3.242

4.391
2.347
2.427
13.295
4.843



1.991
1.475
1.414
1.381
1.967
1.975
1.588
2.013
1.390




1.923
1.499
1.471
1.370
2.021
2.073
1.679
1.823



1.760
1.428
1.183
1.251
1.437
1.170
1.543

0.999



INt THE ADMINISTRATION OF FEFP FUNDS PROVIDED FOR
AGRICULTURE JOB PREPARATORY VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL
PROGRAMS, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ENSURE THAT DISTRICTS
PROVIDE INSTRUCTION AND SUPERVISION FOR PROGRAMS
THAT INCLUDE AN ANNUAL PRODUCTION AND MARKETING
CYCLE; THIS SUPERVISION AND INSTRUCTION SHALL BE
MAINTAINED DURING ALL PHASES OF THE PRODUCTION AND
MARKETING CYCLE AND SHALL, IF NECESSARY TO COMPLETE
THE CYCLE, EXTEND BEYOND 180 DAYS.

ANY UMIWFIGHTED FTE ASSIGNED TO THE ALTERNATIVE
EDUCATION PROGRAM IN ANY DISTRICT WHICH IS IN EXCESS
OF 2.0% OF THE GRADES 4-12 UNWEIGHTED FTE FOR THAT
DISTRICT SHALL BE ADJUSTED TO A COST FACTOR OF 1.0
EXCEPT THE COMPUTATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THIS
CAP SHALL NOT INCLUDE FTE'S EARNED BY HRS CLIENTS
WHOSE EDUCATION IS PROVIDED BY PUBLIC SCHOOLS OR
STUDENTS TAKING INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
INSTRUCTION WHOSE NATIVE LANGUAGE IS OTHER THAN
ENGLISH. ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS SHALL
INCLUDE STUDENTS, AS SPECIFIED IN S. 232.01(1)(D)2.,
F.S., WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM A SPECIAL CLASS OR
PROGRAM BETTER SUITED TO THEIR SPECIAL NEEDS.
BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED
WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
PROGRAMS. INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION,
HOWEVER, MAY BE PROVIDED FOR STUDENTS WHOSE NATIVE
LANGUAGE IS OTHER THAN ENGLISH. IN THE EVENT THE
TOTAL NUMBER OF FTE REPORTED IN ALTERNATIVE
EDUCATION PROGRAMS EXCEEDS THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
UNDER THE STATEWIDE CAP, FIRST PRIORITY IN THE
REASSIGNMENT OF FTE IN EXCESS OF THE CAP SHALL BE
GIVEN TO STUDENTS IN ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS RECEIVING
INTENSIVE ENGLISH INSTRUCTION. REASSIGNMENT SHALL
OCCUR WITHIN THE STATEWIDE CAP.

ANY WEIGHTED FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STUDENT MEMBERSHIP
REPORTED IN THE ADULT BASIC AND HIGH SCHOOL
EDUCATION PROGRAM IN EXCESS OF THE 38,494 SHALL BE
COMPUTED AT A COST FACTOR OF 0.50.

ANY UNWEIGHTED FTE ASSIGNED TO THE SPECIFIC LEARNING
DISABILITY PART-TIME PROGRAM IN ANY DISTRICT WHICH
IS IN EXCESS OF 0.87 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL K-12
UNWEIGHTED FTE FOR THAT DISTRICT SHALL BE ADJUSTED
TO A COST FACTOR OF 1. HOWEVER, NO DISTRICT SHALL
RECEIVE LESS THAN THE UNWEIGHTED FTE GENERATED IN
1978-79.

FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
310 THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION SHALL ALLOCATE
$50,000 FROM THE TOTAL AMOUNT REQUIRED FOR EDUCATION
TRAINING PROGRAMS, AS PROVIDED IN SECTION
236.081(3), FLORIDA STATUTES, TO THE EDUCATION
STANDARDS COMMISSION FOR AN EVALUATION OF TEACHER
EDUCATION CENTERS. SUCH STUDY SHALL BE CONDUCTED IN
COOPERATION WITH EVALUATION CONSULTANTS AND STAFF OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, THE BOARD OF REGENTS,
THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE AND APPROPRIATE LEGISLATIVE
COMMITTEES. EACH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD AND
INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION PARTICIPATING IN THE
TEACHER EDUCATION CENTER PROGRAM SHALL COOPERATE
FULLY WITH THE EDUCATION STANDARDS COMMISSION TO



PROVIDE DATA NEEDED TO CONDUCT THIS EVALUATION. THE
EDUCATION STANDARDS COltMISSION SHALL SUBMIT THE
COMPLETED STUDY TO THE LEGISLATURE AND STATE BOARD
OF EDUCATION ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 1983, AND IT
SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO,
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CHANGING STATUTES AND PROCEDURES
RELATED TO TEACHER EDUCATION CENTERS, STAFF
DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATION, AND RECERTIFICATION.

NO DISTRICT SHALL BE FUNDED FOR ANY POSTSECONDARY
FTE'S WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE REGIONAL
COORDINATING COUNCIL.

IN THE EVENT INTEREST FROM THF STATE SCHOOL TRUST
FUND APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 310
EXCEEDS THE FUNDS AVAILABLE FROM SUCH FUND, THE
SHORTAGE SHALL BE MADE UP FROM THE PRINCIPAL OF THE
STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND.

EACH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD SHALL DEVELOP, IN
COOPERATION WITH THE AREA COfMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OR STATE UNIVERSITIES, A PLAN FOR
THE PROVISION OF ADVANCED INSTRUCTION FOR THOSE
STUDENTS WHO ATTAIN SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE ON THE
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY EXAMINATION OR THE SUBJECT
AREA EXAMINATIONS OR WHO DEMONSTRATE THROUGH OTHER
MEANS A READINESS TO ENGAGE IN POSTSECONDARY LEVEL
ACADEMIC WORK. EACH DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD IS
AUTHORIZED TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENTS WITH PUBLIC
COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND STATE UNIVERSITIES FOR THE
PROVISION OF ADVANCED INSTRUCTION FOR SUCH STUDENTS.
SUCH AGREEMENTS SHALL INCLUDE PROVISIONS FOP THE
EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS GENERATED FOR THIS
PURPOSE PURSUANT TO S. 236.013(2)(C) TO COVER
PERSOINIEL, MAINTENANCE, FEES AND OTHER COSTS OF
OFFERING THE ADVANCED INSTRUCTION.

THESE AGREEMENTS SHALL APPLY TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
WHO ARE IN PART-TIME MEMBERSHIP IN A PUBLIC
COltlUNITY COLLEGE OR STATE UNIVERSITY UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF SS. 240.115 AND 229.814 IN A COURSES)
WHICH REPRESENTS CREDIT TOWARD A HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA. A STUDENT MUST EXPRESS A WRITTEN INTENT TO
PURSUE A POSTSECONDARY DEGREE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO
PARTICIPATE IN THESE PROGRAMS. A PARTICIPATING
STUDENT SHALL NOT ENROLL IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE OR
UNIVERSITY COURSES WHICH DUPLICATE COURSES OFFERED
BY HIS HIGH SCHOOL, NOR SHALL HE ENROLL IN PHYSICAL
EDUCATION COURSES AT THE POSTSECONDARY LEVEL.

FPOM THE AMOUNT GENERATED THROUGH THE FEFP FOR
VOCATIONAL STUDENTS, DISTRICTS SHALL SPEND NO LESS
THAN 2.78X OF THE TOTAL FOR THE REPLACEMENT,
UPDATING, AND REPAIR OF VOCATIONAL EQUIPMENT.

THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310 SHALL BE CONSISTENT WITH THE
COtMMON DEFINITIONS, UNIFORM PROGRAM STRUCTURE,
EQUITABLE PROCEDURES FOR CHARGING FEES, AND
COMPARABLE PLACEMENT AND FOLLOW-UP INFORMATION
CONTAINED IN "A PLAN FOR A UNIFORM COORDINATED
SYSTEM OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION."

THE DEPARTMENT'S MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF FEFP FUNDS
SHALL BE MADE IN EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON THE 10TH
AND 23PD OF EACH MONTH.

THE DISTRICT COST DIFFERENTIAL USED IN THE
CALCULATION OF THE FEFP FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR SHALL BE
THE DISTRICT COST DIFFERENTIAL USED TO CALCULATE THE
INITIAL ALLOCATION FOR THAT FISCAL YEAR.

THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SHALL HAVE THE AUTHORITY
TO USE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
310 FOR THE OPERATION OF THE FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR BOYS
AT OKEECHOBEE IN OKEECHOBEE COUNTY EITHER DIRECTLY
OR THROUGH GRANTS OR CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS WITH
OTHER DULY ACCREDITED EDUCATION AGENCIES.

PURSUANT TO SECTION 236.0811, FLORIDA STATUTES,
DISTRICTS SHALL DEVELOP INSERVICE TRAINING PLANS
WHICH THEY SHALL SUBMIT TO THE DEPARTMENT. THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL REVIEW DISTRICTS' MASTER PLANS AND
ANNUAL UPDATES OF THOSE PLANS TO ENSURE THEY ARE
CONSISTENT WITH THE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
BEGINNING TEACHER PROGRAM, THE TEACHER EDUCATION
CENTER ACT, AND) THE MANAGEMENT TRAINING ACT. TO
MAINTAIN ONIGOINIG INSERVICE EDUCATION ACTIVITIES, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 310, INCLUDING THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN
SECTION 236.081(3), FLORIDA STATUTES, ALLOCATE TO
EACH DISTRICT THAT HAS SUBMITTED A SATISFACTORY PLAN
AN AMOUlNT EQUAL TO $4.30 TIMES THE DISTRICT'S
ESTIMATED 1982-83 FTE STUDENT COUNT; TO IMPLEMENT
THE BEGINNING TEACHER PROGRAM AN ADDITIONAL $1.70
PER FTE WILL BE ALLOCATED TO EACH DISTRICT.

311 AID TO LOCAL GOVERIlMEINTS
GRADES K 3 IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 81,364,350

THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION SHALL REPORT TO THE
LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1, 1982, CONCERNING
THE PROGRESS DISTRICTS HAVE MADE IN REDUCING CLASS
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THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 311 SHALL BE
DISTRIBUTED BY THE PERCENT OF EACH DISTRICT OF THE
STATE TOTAL FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STUDENTS IN GRADES
K-3.

IT IS THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATURE THAT UP TO
$311,461 OF THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 311 BE USED TO IMPLEMENT A
MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIAGNOSTIC AND TRAINING PROGRAM IN
THE COLLEGES OF EDUCATION AND MEDICINE AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLAN
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND THE
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION.

312 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 72,548,439

PURSUANT TO S. 236.083, F.S., SCHOOL CENTERS ARE
DEFINED TO INCLUDE COMMUNITY COLLEGES.

312A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM FOR THE GIFTED
FROM PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND .

313 NOT USED

313A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOREIGN LANGUAGE
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 313A
SHALL BE USED TO ESTABLISH PROGRAMS OF FOREIGN
LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
DISTRICTS SHALL DEVELOP AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR
THESE PROGRAMS AND SHALL APPLY TO THE DEPARTMENT FOR
FUNDS FOR THE PLAN. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL DEVELOP
CRITERIA FOR THE EVALUATION OF THESE APPLICATIONS
AND FOR THE EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS, WHICH
SHALL BE USED FOR THE SALARY OF TEACHERS AND FOR
APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. DISTRICTS
SHALL MATCH IN AN EQUAL AMOUNT FROM LOCAL FUNDS
WHATEVER AI6UNT OF STATE FUNDS THEY RECEIVE FOR THIS
PROGRAM. FUNDS USED FOR THE STATE PORTION OF THE
MATCH SHALL BE 1HAT AMOUNT OF FUNDS RECEIVED BY THE
STATE PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER II OF
THE EDUCATION CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF
1981 AID DEDICATED TO STATE PRIORITIES.

314 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAMl
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... .. 9,079,595
FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES TRUST
FUND . . . .

315 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 469,673

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 315. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL AWARD GRANTS
TO SELECTED SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF
PLANNING, DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING PROGRAMS OF
SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT, AS PROVIDED BY S.
229.555(1)(B), F.S. PRIORITY IN THE AWARDING OF
SUCH GRANTS SHALL BE GIVEN TO THOSE PROPOSALS WHICH
PROVIDE FOR MAXIMUM INVOLVEMENT OF THE SCHOOL BOARD,
DISTRICT AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION, SCHOOL FACULTY,
AND DISTRICT AND SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEES IN BOTH
THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS. FUNDS
SHALL ALSO BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE DEPARTMENT IN THE
FORM OF GRANTS RANGING FROM $500 TO $5,000 FOR THE
SUPPORT OF PROJECTS AT THE DISTRICT OR SCHOOL LEVEL
THAT EMPHASIZE DISTRICT AND SCHOOL ADVISORY
COMMITTEE IMPROVEMENT AND ANY OTHER EDUCATIONAL
ACTIVITY THAT WOULD BE IMPROVED THROUGH A CLOSER
WORKING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY.
THE $5,000 LIMIT SHALL NOT BE APPLICABLE TO
DISTRICT-WIDE PROJECTS FOR StHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT.
ALL PROJECTS SHALL BE DEVELOPED AND IMPLEMENTED WITH
THE ASSISTANCE OF DISTRICT AND SCHOOL ADVISORY
COMMITTEES. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PROVIDE THE
LEGISLATURE WITH A PROGRESS REPORT ANNUALLY ON THE
USE OF THE GRANTS. THE APPROPRIATION IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 315 DOES NOT INCLUDE FUNDS FOR SCHOOL
VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS.

316 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
STATE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 33,355,667

SCHOOL DISTRICTS SHALL SEEK MAXIMUM ADDITIONAL
FUNDING FOR COMPENSATORY EDUCATION PROGRAMS FROM
COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT FUNDS
AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT.

DISTRICTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE WHATEVER AMOUNT IS
NECESSARY FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 316 TO PROVIDE SUMMER REMEDIAL
PROGRAMS FOR TENTH-GRADE STUDENTS WHO FAIL TO PASS
THE FUBICTIONAL LITERACY EXAMINATION.

317 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SCHOOL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 319,929



FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 317, $2,000 SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO EACH



DISTRICT THAT SUBMITS A SCHOOL VOLUNTEER PLAN, AtD
DISTRICTS WITH SIX OR MORE SCHOOL VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
SHALL RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL $1.000. THE REMAINDER
OF THE APPROPRIA'TnN SHALL BE PRORATED AMONG
ELEMENTARY AID SECONDARY SCHOOLS OFFERING BASIC
PROGRAMS THAT HAVE A SCHOOL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM.

318 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,336,511

319 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 38,104,500

FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
319, THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IS DIRECTED TO
REIMBURSE COMMUNITY COLLEGES FOR INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS USED FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ARE EARNING CREDIT TOWARD
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION.

THE MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION PER FTE STUDENT IS $24.00
500,000 IN 1982-83. THE GROWTH ALLOCATION PER FTE STUDENT
IS $85.00 IN 1982-83. IF THE FUNDS PROVIDED ARE
INSUFFICIENT TO PAY IN FULL THE ALLOCATION FOR
GROWTH AND MAINTENANCE, THE GROWTH ALLOCATION SHALL
BE PAID IN FULL AND THE ALLOCATION FOR THE
MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION SHALL BE PRORATED AMONG ALL
1,265,113 ELIGIBLE FTE.

FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
319, $55,000 SHALL BE TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS FOR PARTIALLY SIGHTED PUPILS AS PROVIDED
FOR IN S. 233.49, F.S.

FROM THE AMOUNT PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
319, THE COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED TO PURCHASE,
UPON THE REQUISITION BY THE DISTRICTS, NOT MORE THAN
12,000 COPIES OF THE FLORIDA HANDBOOK FOR
DISTRIBUTION TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ON AN EQUITABLE
FORiMULA BASED ON THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN THE
RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS.

OF THE AMOUNT IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 319,
$3,895,500 IS TO BE ALLOCATED BY FTE FOR LIBRARY
MEDIA MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT. THE COMMISSIONER
SHALL ENSURE THAT EVERY DISTRICT THAT RECEIVES ANY
OF THE ABOVE ALLOCATION SHALL EXPEND AN AMOUNT EQUAL
TO THE FULL AMOUNT SPENT IN 1981-82 FOR LIBRARY
MEDIA MATERIALS PLUS THE AMOUNT OF INCREASE IN
FUNDING PROVIDED FOR LIBRARY MEDIA MATERIALS FOR
1982-83 ABOVE THE AMOUNT PROVIDED IN 1981-82. SAID
186,432,826 FUNDS ARE TO BE DISTRIBUTED BASED ON DISTRICT'S
PERCENT OF THE PRIOR YEAR'S FTE.

320 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
DISTRICT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 325,437

321 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FEDERAL GRANTS AND AIDS
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND ..

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 321
THAT ARE RECEIVED BY THE STATE PURSUANT TO THE
PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER II OF THE EDUCATION
CONSOLIDATION AND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1981 SHALL BE
ALLOCATED IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: 80% OF THE TOTAL
AMOUNT OF FUNDS RECEIVED SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO LOCAL
EDUCATION AGENCIES ACCORDING TO A FORMULA
RECOMtlENDED BY THE CHAPTER II ADVISORY COUNCIL TO
THE COltlISSIONER AND APPROVED BY THE U. S.
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION; 7 1/27 OF THE TOTAL SHALL
BE ALLOCATED TO THOSE DISTRICTS THAT HAVE, IN THEIR
APPLICATION FOR FUNDS, DEMONSTRATED AN INTENDED USE
OF THOSE FUNDS THAT IS MOST CONSISTENT WITH STATE
PRIORITIES FOR EDUCATION; 12 1/2% OF THE TOTAL SHALL
BE RETAINED BY THE DEPARTMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE
PURPOSES.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 321, $500,000 SHALL BE USED TO
ESTABLISH ONE RURAL AND ONE URBAN PILOT PROJECT
OFFERING MULTI-AGENCY SERVICES TO SEVERELY
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDREN AND TO CONDUCT
RELATED ACTIVITIES AUTHORIZED BY CHAPTER 81-254,
LAWS OF FLORIDA.

322 NOT USED

323 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 20,729,802

FROM THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
323, $50,000 IS ALLOCATED TO THE COMMISSIONER OF
EDUCATION TO CONDUCT A STUDY WHICH WILL RESULT IN A
RECO1tiENDATION FOR STATE POLICY AND A COURSE OF
ACTION TO REDUCE TRUANCY AND THE DROPOUT RATE AND TO
IMPROVE DISCIPLINE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE
STATE.

THE TASK FORCE, THROUGH THE COMMISSIONER, SHALL
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324 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LAW EDUCATION PROGRAMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 185,179

325 NOT USED
326 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
WRITING SKILLS ENHANCEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 10,000,000

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPPOPRIATION 326
SHALL BE USED TO HIRE ADDITIONAL TEACHERS IN ORDER
TO REDUCE TO 25 THE NUIIBER OF STUDENTS IN ENGLISH
CLASSES IN GRADES 10-12 THAT PRINCIPALLY EMPHASIZE
WRITING SKILLS INSTRUCTION AND TO REDUCE THE DAILY
PUPIL LOAD FOR TEACHERS OF SUCH CLASSES TO A MAXIMUM
OF 100. IT IS THE INTENT OF THIS SECTION THAT
STUDENTS IN CLASSES SUPPORTED BY FUNDS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 326 SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO PRODUCE NOT
LESS THAN ONE REPORT OR SIMILAR WRITTEN WORK PRODUCT
EACH WEEK OF CLASS. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ESTABLISH
AN EQUITABLE METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF
DISTRIBUTION OF THESE FUNDS BASED ON THE NUMBER OF
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STUDENTS IN THE DISTRICT
ENROLLED IN ENGLISH CLASSES IN GRADES 10-12 THAT
PRINCIPALLY EMPHASIZE WRITING SKILLS INSTRUCTION.

327 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 5,879
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

327A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GOVERNOR'S SUMMER PROGRAM FOR THE GIFTED
FROM GENERAL REVENU.F FUND . .. 223,500

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 327A
SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
INSTITUTIONS FOR NON-YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS FOR GIFTED
STUDENTS AT THE 7-11 GRADE LEVEL.

THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION AND THE GOVERNOR SHALL
DETERMINE THE CRITERIA FOR PROGRAM SELECTION AND THE
DISTRIBUTION OF THESE FUNDS.

328 NOT USED

329 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOLD HARMLESS FOR FEDERAL
CUBAN/HAITIAN/IMPACT AID
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 13,333,333

IN ADDITION TO OTHER HOLD HARMLESS PROVISIONS ABOVE
AND IN STATUTE, EACH SCHOOL DISTRICT SHALL BE
ENTITLED TO RECEIVE ADDITIONAL STATE FUNDS THROUGH
THE FEFP TO BE COMPUTED AS FOLLOWS!
(A) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AMOUNT OF FEDERAL
ASSISTANCE THE DISTRICT RECEIVED IN THE CURRENT YEAR
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF PL 95-561, COMMONLY
KNOWN AS FEDERAL IMPACT AID, AND 50% OF THE OFFICIAL
DISTRICT ENTITLEMENT FOR PAYMENT FOR 1980-81, AS
DETERMINED BY THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION;

(B) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AMOUNT OF FEDERAL
ASSISTANCE THE DISTRICT RECEIVED IN THE CURRENT
YEAR, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF PL 87-510, KNOWN
AS THE MIGRATION AND REFUGEE ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1962,
AND 50% OF THE OFFICIAL DISTRICT ENTITLEMENT FOR
1981-82 AS DETERMINED BY THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION;

(C) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AMOUNT OF FEDERAL
ASSISTANCE THE DISTRICT RECEIVED IN THE CURRENT YEAR
SPECIFICALLY TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR
CUFAN-HAITIAN ENTRANTS WHO ARRIVED IN THIS COUNTRY
IN 1')80 AND 1381, AND 50% OF THE 1980-81 AMOUNT
RECEIVED;

(D) THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AMOUNT OF FEDERAL
ASSISTANCE THE DISTRICT RECEIVED IN THE CURRENT
YEAR, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF PL 94-565
(PAYMENT IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES PAID TO
COUNTIES BECAUSE OF THE PURCHASE OF LAND BY THE
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT), AND 50% OF THE 1980-81 AMOUNT
RECEIVED.

FOR THESE PURPOSES, FEDERAL ASSISTANCE RECEIVED BY
SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND THE DETERMINATION OF
ENTITLEMENTS FOR ANY SPECIFIC YEAR SHALL MEAN THE
SCHOOL YEAR AS DEFINED IN S. 228.041(17), F. S. THE
TOTAL LIABILITY TO THE WORKING CAPITAL FUND PURSUANT
TO PROVISIONS OF TIIS HOLD HARMLESS SHALL NOT EXCEED
$13,333,333. IF THIS AMOUNT IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO
FULLY FUND THE PROVISIONS OF THIS HOLD HARMLESS, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL PRORATE EACH DISTRICT'S
ENTITLEMENT. THE DEPARTMENT MAY PROJECT ASSISTANCE
RECEIVED FOR CURRENT YEAR IF THE ALLOCATION HAS NOT
BEEN MADE BY MARCH 1.

329A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
YOUTH ART SYMPOSIUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 25,000

329B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MIGRANT EDUCATION PROGRAM (THREE AND FOUR



YEAR OLDS)
FROM GENERAL REVEIE FUND . . 2,000,000



330 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SEMINOLE INDIAN EDUCATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 330
SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO THE SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FLORIDA
FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THEIR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS.

330A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON SECONDARY SCHOOLS
IN FLORIDA
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

331 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTRUCTIONAL r;TERIA S MANAGEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
332 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS COUNCIL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

333 NOT USED

333A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FINE ARTS AWARDS PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

334 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA DIAGNOSTIC AND LEARNING RESOURCES
12,000 CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 8

334A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUMMER MATH/SCIENCE WORKSHOPS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3

335 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS ADVISORY COUNCIL
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

336 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 1,8
FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION
TRUST FUND . . . .

THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION MAY, IN 1982-83, UPON
THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION,
ENTER INTO CONTRACTS FOR CONTINUING ADMINISTRATION
OF THE STATE ASSESSMENT AND TEACHER CERTIFICATION
EXAMINATION PROGRAMS TO BE PAID FROM THE FUNDS
APPROPRIATED FOR STATE ASSESSMENT BY THE LEGISLATURE
IN 1983-84. IT IS THE INTENT THAT THE STATE
ASSESSMENT PROGRAM BE CONTINUED.

337 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
VISUALLY HANDICAPPED RESOURCES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1

338 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RESOURCE MATERIALS FOR THE HEARING
IMPAIRED
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

339 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE SCIENCE FAIR
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

339A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCHOOL SAFETY FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 2,5

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, DIVISION OF

340 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 15<
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,8
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

341 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

342 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 6
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND ....
FROM GENERAL 1RUST FUND ........

343 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FEDERAL FLOW-TIROUGH FUNtDS
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 343 ARE
INTENDED FOR THE USE OF LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES.
THE COMMISSIONER SHALL CONDUCT A MANAGEMENT REVIEW
OF CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE VOCATIONAL
DIVISION AND OTHER AGENCIES OR ENTITIES THAT PROVIDE
FOR THE PAYMENT OF SALARIES OR FOR WAGES PAID AS
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES TO PERSONNEL WHOSE OFFICE
LOCATION IS A FACILITY USED BY DIVISION STAFF OR
WHOSE PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE
SUBSTANTIALLY RELATED TO THOSE OF DIVISION STAFF.
THE FINDINGS OF THIS REVIEW SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE
LEGISLATURE AND SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT NECESSARILY
BE LIMITED TO, THE NUMBER OF CONTRACT POSITIONS



64,172








25,000



.52,904



51,084





10,000




26,425



00,000







97,508



72,828




78,003



00,000



9
92,763




20,830




32,059



56



40,297





561,550



5,000



1,716,104
251,089



20,831
17,717



596,736
301,074



40,924,475



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AVERAGE DURATION OF CONTRACT SUPPORT, AND THE
DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND SALARIES OF CONTRACT
PERSONNEL. THE COMMISSIONER'S REPORT SHALL INCLUDE
A PLAN FOR THE ORDERLY PHASE OUT OF CONTRACT
POSITIONS; ANY REQUEST FOR CONTINUATION OF SUPPORT
FOR POSITIONS CURRENTLY FUNDED THROUGH CONTRACT
SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE COMMISSIONER'S 1983-84
BUDGET REQUEST. THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CONTRACT
POSITIONS INl 1983-84 SHALL BE THE NUMBER OF CONTRACT
POSITIONS SUPPORTED ON JULY 1, 1981.

THE STATE PLAN FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEVELOPED
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF PUBLIC LAW 94-482
SHALL PROVIDE FOR THE EXPENDITURE OF AT LEAST
$6,200,000 FOR THE REPLACEMENT AND UPDATING OF
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM EQUIPMENT AtND FOR
PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS FOR ON-GOING
PROGRAMS; AND FOR $150,000 TO BE ALLOCATED TO
COMMUNITY COLLEGES FOR FOLLOW-UP AND EVALUATION
PROJECTS.

IN DEVELOPING THE STATE PLAN FOR VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION UNDER PUBLIC LAW 94-482, THE DEPARTMENT
SHALL MAKE PROVISION TO GIVE PRIORITY TO FUNDING THE
EXCESS COST OF PROVIDING SERVICES TO IMTS AfND
HANDICAPPED STUDENTS ENROLLED IN VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION PROGRAMS. INITIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO SCHOOL
DISTRICTS AND COMlITUNITY COLLEGES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
OF LOCAL APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 343 SHALL EMPHASIZE THIS
PRIORITY.

TRAINING WOMEN AND MINORITIES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
CAREERS SHALL BE A PRINCIPAL EMPHASIS OF VOCATIONAL
EDUCATION.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 343 NOT MOPE THAN $72,986 SHALL BE
USED TO PRODUCE OR TO DISTRIBUTE THE FLORIDA
VOCATIONAL JOURNAL OR ANY SUBSTITUTE PUBLICATION.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 343 THE DEPARTMENT MAY ALLOCATE AS
MUCH AS $337,837 FOR NEW JOB DEVELOPMENT IN
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMS.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 343, AS MUCH AS $500,000 MAY BE
ALLOCATED TO INSTITUTIONS AND DISTRICT BOARDS THAT
WISH TO IMPLEMENT THE FLORIDA CHOICES PORTION OF THE
FLORIDA CAREER INFORMATION DELIVERY SYSTEM (FCIDS).

344 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FEDERAL FLOW-THROUGH FUNDS/UNIFORM
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PLAN
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

345 NOT USED

345A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 4,889,963

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 345A SHALL
BE ALLOCATED AMONG REGIONS ACCORDING TO EACH
REGION'S PROPORTION OF THE STATE TOTAL OF POPULATION
18 OR OVER TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND
COtMiUNITY COLLEGES AS DETERMINED BY THE REGIONAL
COORDINATING COUNCILS.

345B AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,355,242

OF THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 3458
UP TO $25,000 SHALL BE USED TO ESTABLISH A COMMUNITY
EDUCATION COUNCIL WHOSE FUNCTION IS TO RAISE PRIVATE
FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION GRANTS.

346 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 14,356
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

346A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CAREER INFORMATION DELIVERY SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 550,000

347 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INDUSTRY SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 700,000
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND . .

THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 347 ARE
DESIGNATED FOR USE WITH SPECIFIC PROGRAMS TO BE
IDENTIFIED BY T,!" DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, DIVISION
OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; AND THE DIVISION OF
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WILL CARRY OUT ITS ASSIGNED
RESPONSIBILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES
PROVIDED BY THE DIVISION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
PURSUANT TO S. 250.66, F.S.

348 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
VOCATIONAL CONTRACTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS
POSITIONS 10
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND .....)



COMMUNITY COLLEGES, DIVISION OF

349 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 37
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .. 906,235

350 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 19,661
FROM COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

351 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 377,068
FROM EDUCATIONAL AIDS TRUST FUND ...

352 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COtMMUNITY COLLEGES PROGRAM FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FIUND . 294,486,540

THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 352 SHALL BE
ALLOCATED ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING ASSIGNED FTE
ENROLLMENTS:

1982-83

ADVANCED AND PROFESSIONAL 90,692
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (POSTSECONtARY,
POSTSECONDARI ADULT, AND SUPPLEMENTAL) 67,984
COMtPENSATORY 7,061
ADULT BASIC AND HIGH SCHOOL 15,087



TOTAL



180,844



THE ALLOCATION OF SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 352 SHALL
EXCLUDE ANY FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STUDENTS EARNED ON
A SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS AS PROVIDED FOR IN SS.
240.349(2) AID 240.359(3)(D), F.S., AS WELL AS ALL
FTE STUDENTS RECEIVING FEE WAIVERS WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF ADULT BASIC, SECONDARY STUDENTS,
DEPENDENTS OF SPECIAL RISK MEMBERS KILLED IN THE
LINE OF DUTY AND )EPENDENTS OF ELIGIBLE PERSOI1NEL
INVOLVED IN "OPERATION EAGLE CLAW." FURTHERIIORE,
ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS AND THE ANNUAL COST ANALYSIS
AND COIDS INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT DETERMINATIONS SHALL
ALSO EXCLUDE SUCH STUDENTS.


ALL ENROLLMENT ESTIMATING CONFERENCE FTE REPORTS
SHALL REFLECT BY COLLEGE BY DISCIPLINE ALL FEE
PAYING FTE. ALL OTHER REPORTS AND ALL DATA ELEMENTS
REQUIRED FOR THE APPROPRIATION AND ALLOCATION
PROCESS AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYSIS SHALL REFLECT FEE
PAYING FTE AND WAIVED FTE SEPARATELY BY COLLEGE BY
160,000 DISCIPLINE AND THERE SHALL BE A CROSSWALK BY THE
WAIVER CATEGORIES SPECIFIED IN THE COMMUNITY
COLLEGE'S FEE WAIVER REPORT.

IT IS THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATURE THAT AFTER
1982-83 NO COMMUNITY COLLEGE FTE EARNED BY FEE
WAIVERS SHALL BE FUNDED BY THE STATE EXCEPT AS
PROVIDED BY LAW.

IN 1982-83 NO COMMUNITY COLLEGE MAY WAIVE MORE THAN
5% OF ITS STUDENT FEES. THE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SYSTEM MAY PROVIDE ADULT BASIC EDUCATION AND HIGH
SCHOOL VOCATIONAL AND COLLEGE CREDIT INSTRUCTIONAL
PROGRAMS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS,
INCLUDING CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS AND INMATES THROUGH
CONTRACTS BETWEEN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITY COLLEGES BASED. ON IN-KIND
SERVICES. FTE GENERATED WILL BE FUNDED IN THE
1983-84 CCPF APPROPRIATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE STUDY CONDUCTED BY THE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
AND THE LEGISLATURE.

THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
352 SHALL BE BASED 1O EIGHT ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES,
SEVEN VOCATIONAL DISCIPLINES AND COMPENSATORY AND
14,353 ADULT PROGRAMS. THE VOCATIONAL DISCIPLINES SHALL BE
156 FURTHER SUBDIVIDED INTO POSTSECONOARY, POSTSECONDARY
ADULT, AND SUPPLEMENTAL. ALL FEDERAL FUNDS AND
OTHER LOCAL FUNDS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE
HISTORICAL COST USED IN THE ALLOCATION OF THE
APPROPRIATION.

IN THE ALLOCATION OF THIS APPROPRIATION A DEDUCTION
FOR ACTUAL STUDENT FEES CHARGED FOR 1981-82 BY
COLLEGE BY DISCIPLINE PER FTE SHALL BE APPLIED. NO
369,000 DEDUCTION FOR STUDENT FEES SHALL BE APPLIED TO ADULT
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PROGRAMS.

IN THE ALLOCATION OF SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 352, ANY
COMMUNITY COLLEGE WITH A TOTAL ASSIGNED FTE FOR
1982-83 ABOVE THE TOTAL ESTIMATED FTE FOR 1981-82
SHALL RECEIVE FUNDING FOR 49% OF THE ESTIMATED
INCREASE IN ASSIGNED FTE. THE TOTAL ESTIMATED
1981-82 FTE FOR THE COMMUNITY COLLEGES IS 174,262.
ALL COLLEGES ARE GUARANTEED A MINIMUM INCREASE OF
6.0% AND NO COLLEGE SHALL EXCEED AN INCREASE GREATER
THAN 29.59% OVER THE PRIOR YEAR ALLOCATION LESS THE
MANDATORY RESERVE PLAN OF DECEMBER 8, 1981 AND
573,631 CLOSE-OUT ADJUSTMENT.



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THE DIVISION OF COtIMUNITY COLLEGES SHALL HAVE
AUTHORITY 10 DISTRIBUTE THE ABOVE FUNDS IN 12
UNEQUAL INSTALLMENTS AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO PROVIDE
FOR THE RESOLUTION OF ANY CASH FLOW PROBLEMS IN THE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM.

tNO FUNDS SHALL BE ALLOCATED FROM SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 352 FOR THE OPERATION OF THE COMMUNITY
INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES PROGRAMS.

THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 352 FOR
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION SHALL BE EXPENDED CONSISTENT
WITH THE COMMON DEFINITIONS, UNIFORM PROGRAM
STRUCTURE, EQUITABLE PROCEDURES FOR CHARGING FEES,
AND COMPARABLE PLACEMENT AND FOLLOW-UP INFORMATION
CONTAINED IN A PLAN FOR A UNIFORM COORDINATED SYSTEM
OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION.

EXCEPT FOR DUAL ENROLLED STUDENTS, STUDENTS IN
ADVANCED AND PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS OR RELATED
CO1IPENSATORY PROGRAMS WHO HAVE ACQUIRED A HIGH
SCHOOL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OR ATTENDANCE AND
DO NOT HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GENERAL
EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA SHALL NOT EARN FTE'S FOR FUNDING
PURPOSES.

NO GENERAL REVENUE APPROPRIATED SHALL BE TRANSFERRED
TO THE SCHOLARSHIP OR LOAN AND ENDOWMENT FUNDS.
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS MAY BE INCREASED BY NO MORE THAN
5% OVER THE PRIOR YEAR THROUGH THE TRANSFER OF
STUDENT FEES AND OTHER NON-GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS.

EXCEPT FOR CO AND DS INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT CALCULATION,
THE ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS, ESTIMATES, AND ACTUAL
FTE FOR ADVANCED AND PROFESSIONAL, AND POSTSECONDARY
VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS WILL BE A YEAR-ROUND AVERAGE
BASED ON TOTAL STUDENT SEMESTER HOURS DIVIDED BY 40.
EXCEPT FOR CO AND DS INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT CALCULATION,
A FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT ENROLLMENT IN THE
DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAM, AND POSTSECONDARY ADULT AND
SUPPLEMENTAL DISCIPLINES IN THE VOCATIONAL PROGRAM
SHALL BE DEFINED AS 900 MEMBERSHIP HOURS PER YEAR.
FURTHERMORE, THE ANNUAL COST ANALYSIS AND ALL DATA
ELEMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE ALLOCATION PROCESS AND
LEGISLATIVE ANALYSIS SHALL REFLECT THESE
DEFINITIONS.

THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 354B SHALL BE
ALLOCATED AMONG COLLEGES ON THE BASIS OF ASSIGNED
FTE ENROLLMENT. EACH COttMUNITY COLLEGE SHALL MATCH
THESE APPROPRIATIONS FROM ANY SOURCE ON A DOLLAR FOR
DOLLAR BASIS.

THE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE COORDINATING BOARD SHALL
REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE BY JULY 1, 1982 ITS
SUGGESTED RULE FOR STUDENT FEES FOR 1982-83.

THE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE COORDINATING BOARD SHALL
REVIEW AND REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE BY AUGUST 1,
1982 PROPOSED POLICIES CONCERNING FEE WAIVERS.
INCLUDED SHALL BE POLICY STATEMENTS, CRITERIA, AND
JUSTIFICATION RELATIVE TO EACH TYPE OF STUDENT FEE
WAIVER PROPOSED.

THE 37 POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 349
INCLUDE 2 DIVISION OFFICE POSITIONS WHICH ARE TO BE
PHASED OUT IN 1982-83. THE NUMBER OF POSITIONS
AUTHORIZED IN THE DIVISION OFFICE ON JUNE 30, 1983
IS 35.

353 NOT USED

354 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

354A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MIAMI-DADE CAMPUS SECURITY PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1

3548 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LIBRARY BOOKS 4 INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,7

FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND

FUNDS PROVIDED TO THE FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
AND THE BLIND FOR OUTREACH SERVICES TO SCHOOL
DISTRICTS SHALL BE RELEASED BASED ON A WRITTEN
AGREEMENT WITH THE DIVISION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DESIGNATING THE SERVICES AS A COMPONENT OF THE
SYSTEM OF DIAGNOSTIC AND) LEARNING RESOURCE CENTERS
AUTHORIZED IN S. 229.832 229.834, F.S.

355 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 57
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNA) ........ 7,2
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

356 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN .. .. 1
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUS'I FUND .

357 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,3
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

358 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY



FRO GENERAL REVENUE FUN ... 3
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .



50,000



'00,000



4
54,488



29,864



85,928



520,881



359 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 3
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

360 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TALLADEGA DEAF.'BLIND PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

361 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEACHER EDUCATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FUt1DS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 361 SHALL
BE USED FOR THE DIRECT SUPPORT OF NON-CREDIT TEACHER
EDUCATION ACTIVITIES.

362 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STUDENTS HOME ON WEEKENDS PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2

KNOTT DATA CENTER

IT IS INTENDED THAT THE KNOTT DATA CENTER SHALL
CONTINUE AS A TERMINAL DATA CENTER WITH THE MAJORITY
OF ITS OPERATIONAL WORKLOAD PROCESSED AT THE
NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER.

363 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

364 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

365 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

366 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

367 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OVERTIME
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PLANNING COMMISSION

THE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PLANNING COMMISSION
SHALL STUDY MERGERS OF UPPER LEVEL UNIVERSITIES AND
COlNIUNITY COLLEGES TO DETERMINE IF ANY MERGERS WILL
CONTRIBUTE TO THE GOAL OF PROVIDING QUALITY
POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION IN FLORIDA.

THE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PLANNING COMMISSION
SHALL DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
EDUCATION PLAN FOR THE STATE. INITIALLY, PRIORITY
SHALL BE GIVEN TO DETERMINING THE NEED FOR NEW AND
EXPANDED PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC HEALTH AND NURSINtG. IN
THIS STUDY, CONSIDERATION SHOULD BE GIVEN TO RECENT
STUDIES CONDUCTED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS. THE
COMMISSION SHALL PROVIDE A REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE
NO EATER THAN MARCH 1, 1983 WHICH SHOWS IMMEDIATE
AID LONG-RANGE PLANS TO MEET THE NEEDS FOR THESE TWO
PROGRAMS.

THE COMMISSION SHALL REVIEW THE NEEDS FOR
ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN THE STATE, INCLUDING THE
RECENT CONSULTANT'S REPORT ON ENGINEERING, AND
RECOMMEND TO THE LEGISLATURE A PLAN TO MEET THESE
NEEDS NO LATER THAN MARCH 1, 1983.

368 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .......... !

369 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICfS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

370 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

371 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .

372 NOT USED

372A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
USF/PCC AND UCF/DBCC JOINT PROGRAM STUDY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND.......

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 372A SHALL
BE USED TO DETERMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING
JOINT PROGRAMS FOR POLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND) THE
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AND FOR DAYTONA BEACH
COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL
FLORIDA. IF THE PROJECT IS DETERMINED TO BE
FEASIBLE, AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM PLAN SHALL BE
,065,97 DEVELOPED TO MEET THE IDENTIFIED NEEDS AND A JOINT
UTILIZATION FACILITY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED CONSISTENT
WITH SS. 235.195 AND 235.04, FLORIDA STATUTES. IF
THE PROJECT IS DETERMINED NOT TO BE FEASIBLE, A
120,869 REPORT SHALL BE PREPARED WHICH DOCUMENTS THE
FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS WHICH LED TO THIS
DETERMINATION AND SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE
LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1, 1982.
148,885 3728 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEACHER EDUCATION STUDY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND )......... 1.



5
53,718


98,500


99,036


1,000





30,000




















86,275



115,944



58



159,511



03,350




17,900



8,195







13,040



9



1,106,931



4,020


364,694


3,857



10,000















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UNIVERSITIES, DIVISION OF

FOR ALLOCATION BY THE DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES TO
THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL AND
GENERAL ACTIVITIES: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, FLORIDA
STATE UNIVERSITY, FLORIDA A AND M UNIVERSITY,
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, FLORIDA ATLANTIC
UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY
OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
UNIVERSITY, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA.

THESE FUNDS SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO THE ABOVE
INSTITUTIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRIORITIES OF
THE SYSTEMWIDE AND INSTITUTIONAL MASTER PLANS.
RESOURCES ALLOCATED TO EACH UNIVERSITY TO SERVE
ASSIGNED STUDENT ENROLLMENTS SHALL RECOGNIZE
DIFFERENTIAL COSTS OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS WITHIN
DISCIPLINES AND DEGREE LEVELS.

FACULTY SALARY AVERAGES BY INSTITUTION, FELLOWSHIP
REQUIREMENTS AND GRADUATE ASSISTANT COMPENSATION
DIFFERENTIALS CONSISTENT WITH UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS
SHALL BE CONSIDERED IN THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS TO
UNIIVERSITIES.

APPROPRIATIONtS MADE IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 373
THROUGH 394 MAY BE TRANSFERRED UPON REQUEST OF THE
DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES TO THE STATE COMPTROLLER,
TO ACCOUNTS ESTABLISHED FOR EACH UNIVERSITY WITHIN
EACH BUDGET ENTITY FOR DISBURSEMENT PURPOSES, AIND
UPON RELEASE OF SAID APPROPRIATIONS BY THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. SUCH TRANSFERS MAY ONLY BE
MADE TO ACCOUNTS SIMILAR TO THE CATEGORY OF
APPROPRIATION FROM WHICH TRANSFERRED. HOWEVER,
SPECIAL CATEGORY APPROPRIATIONS MAY BE TRANSFERRED
TO TRADITIONAL EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS PROVIDED A
TECHNIQUE IS ESTABLISHED TO TRACK THE EXPENDITURES
BACK TO THE INITIAL APPROPRIATION.

NOIPESIDENT STUDENTS MAY BE ADMITTED TO THE
UNIVERSITY UPON SUCH TERMS AS THE UNIVERSITY MAY
ESTABLISH. HOWEVER, A UNIVERSITY SHALL NOT
AUTOMATICALLY CONVERT THE RESIDENCY STATUS OF AN
OUT-OF-STATE STUDENT FOR FEE PAYING PURPOSES. PRIOR
TO CONVERSION, ACTUAL EVIDENCE OF RESIDENCY MUST BE
PRESENTED.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS IS AUTHORIZED TO ESTABLISH
RULES PROVIDING FOR EVIDENCE THAT A PERSON INTENDS
10 PERMANENTLY RESIDE IN THE STATE.

PERSONS ENGAGED IN CONTINUING EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
WHO ARE OTHERWISE EMPLOYED ON A FULL-TIME BASIS BY
THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, MAY BE COMPENSATED FROM
FUNDS GENERATED FROM SUCH ACTIVITIES AT A LEVEL NOT
TO EXCEED TWENTY PERCENT OF THEIR CONTRACTED SALARY
RATE. SUCH COMPENSATION MAY BE IN ADDITION TO THAT
PROVIDED WITHIN THE TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE FOR
THE STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM.

THE ACADEMIC ANiD FACULI1 POSITIONS INCLUDED IN THE
DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES REPRESENT MAN-YEARS AND ARE
TO BE UTILIZED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS TO MAXIMIZE
THE SERVICES RENDERED DURING EACH ACADEMIC TERM.

EACH UNIVERSITY SHALL BE REPRESENTED IN THE CAPITOL
CENTER ONLY BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, OR
HIS SOLE DESIGNEE, UNLESS SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES HAVE
BEEN REQUESTED TO APPEAR BY THE LEGISLATURE.

WITHIN EACH BUDGET ENTITY WITHIN THE DIVISION OF
UNIVERSITIES, THERE MAY BE NO TRANSFERS OF RATE OR
POSITIONS FROM THE FACULTY PAY PLAN TO THE ALP OR
CAREER SERVICE PAY PLANS. THE BOARD OF REGENTS MAY
TRANSFER UP TO 5S OF THE AUTHORIZED POSITIOtNS AND
RATE BETWEEN THE A&P AND CAREER SERVICE PAY PLANS
PROVIDED THAT THE TRANSFER IS ON A DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
BASIS. THE 5% TRANSFER MAXIMUM IS TO BE BASED ON
THE SMALLER CATEGORY; I.E., POSITIONS OR RATE, AND
ALP OR CAREER SERVICE PAY PLAN.

EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES

THE ALLOCATION OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED HEREIN
SHALL BE BASED ON THE FOLLOWING ASSIGNED FTE
EINROLLMENTS, INCLUDING INCREASES IN ENGINEERING:

198:-83

LOWER LEVEL 19,791
UPPER LEVEL 48,827
GRADUATE CLASSROOM 13,601
THESIS/DISSERTATION 742


TOTAL 82,961


THE 1979-81 PLANNED ENROLLMENTS PLUS THOSE FUNDED BY
THE LEGISLATURE FOR 1981-82 ARE TO BE USED TO
PROVIDE THE CONTINUATIONl BASE ALLOCATION TO THE
UNIVERSITIES FOR 1982-83.

THE PURPOSE OF THE PLANNED ENROLLMENTS REQUIRED IN
S. 240.209, F.S., IS TO IMPLEMENT STATE EDUCATIONAL



POLICY. THE ENROLLMENT PLAN SHALL BE SUBMITTED AS
PART OF THE LEGISLATIVE BUDGET REQUEST AND SHALL
CONSIST OF FOUR COMPONENTS: EDUCATIONAL POLICY



STATEMENT, ADMISSIONS CONSTRAINTS,
ADMISSION-TO-FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT FACTORS, AND THE
PLANNED ENROLLMENTS. THE PLAN SHALL DISPLAY THE
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT ENROLLMENT BY COURSE LEVEL
WITHIN DISCIPLINE CATEGORY WITHIN UNIVERSITY FOR ALL
MAIN CAMPUSES, BRANCH CAMPUSES, CENTERS, AND SPECIAL
UNITS FOR A FIVE-YEAR PERIOD. ANY OTHER INFORMATION
REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT THE FORMULA BUDGETING PROCESS
SHALL BE PROVIDED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS ON A
TIMELY BASIS.

FEES COLLECTED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF CS/SCR 960
(1978) AS AMENDED BY CHAPTERS 79-212 AND 81-206,
LAWS OF FLORIDA, SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND
EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER MODIFIED BY SUBSEQUENT
LEGISLATIVE ACTS.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS IS AUTHORIZED TO DESIGNATE THE
DEPARTMENTS OF ACCOUNTING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITIES AS
SCHOOLS OF ACCOUNTING PROVIDED THAT THIS DESIGNATION
SHALL NOT CHANGE THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS TO THESE
PROGRAMS OR MODIFY THEIR STATUS IN THE EXISTING
MASTER PLAN.

EACH STATE UNIVERSITY IN THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM MAY
WITHHOLD TRANSMITTAL OF UP TO 20 PERCENT OF ITS
INCIDENTAL REVENUE TRUST FUNDS, NOT TO EXCEED
$250,000 PER INSTITUTION, FOR A MAXIMUM OF 90 DAYS,
FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUNDING COST REIMBURSABLE
CONTRACTS AND GRANTS. EACH UNIVERSITY SHALL,
BEGINNING WITH THE 1981-82 FISCAL YEAR TRANSFER TO A
WORKING CAPITAL FUND NOT LESS THAN 10 PERCENT OF ITS
RETAINED CONTRACT AND GRANTS OVERHEAD, IN THE TOTAL
AMOUNT IT DEEMS APPROPRIATE, TO FUND SUCH COST
REIMBURSABLE CONTRACTS.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL TRANSFER THE NECESSARY
POSITIONS AND RESOURCES TO ACCOMPLISH THE TRANSFER
OF THE PANAMA CITY CAMPUS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF
WEST FLORIDA TO THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY.

373 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5,908
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 104,695,055

374 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... 6,321,963

375 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 51,549,866

376 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 3,397,149

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 375 INCLUDE
NO NlOPE THAN $.60 PER 1,000 GALLONS FOR PAYMENT TO
THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE FOR WATER PROVIDED TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL ALLOCATE TO THE SOLAR
ENERGY CENTER AT CAFE CANAVERAL AT LEAST $2,236,657
IN 1982-83 OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED, INCLUDING
SALARY AD INFLA TIONARY ADJUSTMENTS, AS APPROPRIATED
BY THE LEGISLATURE. OF THE FUNDS ALLOCATED TO THE
SOLAR ENERGY CENTER, $150,000 SHALL BE ALLOCATED TO
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FOR SOLAR ENERGY RESEARCH
AND $120,000 SHALL BE USED TO FUND A JOINT PROJECT
WITHTH E FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; AND THE
FOLLOWING SHALL BE ALLOCATED: $3,500 TO THE
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES AT FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY;
$80,000 TO THE FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR
SOLAR ENERGY RESEARCH; $25,000 TO THE MOTE MARINE
LABORATORY FOR THE RED TIDE RESEARCH PROGRAM;
$100,000 FOR A PROGRAM TO PLAN AND DEVELOP
COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AMONG
UNIVERSITIES, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
TO BE LOCATED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA.
NO FUNDS SHALL BE USED FOR PLANNING, DESIGN OR
IMPLEMENTATION OF A SCHOOL OF OPTOMETRY.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL ALLOCATE TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAW SCHOOL AND TO THE FLORIDA
STATE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL NO LESS THAN THE CURRENT
YEAR FUNhDING, PLUS SALARY INCREASES AND OTHER
INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENTS. EACH UNIVERSITY IS FREE
TO ADD TO SAID FUNDING BASE FROM FUNDS OTHERWISE
ALLOCATED AND NOT RESTRICTED AS TO PURPOSE.

FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 373 THROUGH 376 AND 394, THE BOARD OF
REGENTS SHALL ALLOCATE TO THE EXTERNAL DEGREE
PROGRAM OF THE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY NO
LESS THAN CURRENT YEAR FUNDING, PLUS SALARY AND
INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENTS AS APPROPRIATED BY THE
LEGISLATURE.

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 373 THROUGH
376 AND 394, $750,000 SHALL BE USED FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Il THE STAFFING OF THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICES. THESE
FUNDS MAY BE USED FOR ESTABLISHING UP TO 30
ADDITIONAL POSITIONS AND FOR UPGRADING SALARIES OF
EXISTING PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS. THE BOARD OF
REGENTS SHALL CONDUCT THE NECESSARY STUDIES TO
ESTABLISH THE NEEDS AT EACH UNIVERSITY. THESE FUNDS
SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THE UNIVERSITIES BASED ON



THESE STUDIES. HONE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE USED TO
SUPPLANT RESOURCES CURRENTLY ALLOCATED TO THE
FINANCIAL AID OFFICES.



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FROM THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 373 THROUGH 376 AND 394, NO LESS THAN
THE CURRENT YEAR FUNDING OR $131,000, WHICHEVER IS
GREATER, PLUS SALARY AND INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENTS,
SHALL BE USED TO CONTINUE THE PROGRAM OF THE CENTER
FOR LABOR RESEARCH ANO STUDIES AT FLORIDA
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY.

FROM THE FUNDS INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS
373 THROUGH 376 AND 394, THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL
ALLOCATE TO THE UNIVERSITIES, AS A MINIMUM, ALL
AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED FOR LIBRARIES AND THE
UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS SHALL INCLUDE, AS A MINIMUM,
ALL SUCH AMOUNTS IN THE 1982-83 UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
AND GENERAL OPERATING BUDGETS. THE APPROPRIATED
AMOUNTS FOR LIBRARIES INCLUDED IN THE ALLOCATION BY
THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND IN THE OPERATING BUDGETS OF
THE UNIVERSITIES MAY NOT BE EXPENDED FOR ANY OTHER
PURPOSES.

THE 1983 SUMMER SCHOOL MATRICULATION AND TUITION
FEES SHALL HOT BE EXPENDED IN THE 1982-83 FISCAL
YEAR.

THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL TAKE ACTION TO REDUCE
EXPENDITURES EQUAL TO ANY ANTICIPATED SHORTFALL
DURING THE 1982-83 FISCAL YEAR WITH EACH UNIVERSITY
TO SHARE IN ANY SUCH SHORTFALL ON THE BASIS OF ITS
ANTICIPATED SHORTAGE, WITH UP TO 207 OF ANY SUCH
REDUCTION TO BE MADE FROM OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FUNDS AND T'HE REMAINDER PROPORTIONATELY FROM OTHER
APPROPRIATION CATEGORIES.

IF, IN THE 1982-83 FISCAL YEAR, INCIDENTAL FUND
COLLECTIONS EXCEED THE APPROPRIATION FOR SUCH FUND,
THEN GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS EQUAL TO SUCH EXCESS
SHALL BE RESERVED BY THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR. THE INCIDENTAL TRUCT rUND APPROPRIATION
FOR 1982-83 PROVIDES FOR THE USE OF ALL 1981-82
INCIDENTAL REVENUES WHICH ARE IN EXCESS OF THE
1981-82 APPROPRIATION.
NONE OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 373 THROUGH 376 AND 394 MAY BE USED IN
CONNECTION WITH THE OPERATION OF A CHILD CARE
CENTER.

INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 373 IS $100,000
TO IMPROVE THE SALARIES OF LAB SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL
PERSONNEL SUCH THAT THE SALARIES ARE COMPARABLE FOR
EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION TO THAT OF
PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THE LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

THE FUNDS' IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 377 ARE
APPROPRIATED TO THE SUS FOR THE PURPOSE OF
EXPEDITING COMPLIANCE AS SPECIFIED WITHIN THE
FLORIDA PLAN SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION, OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS. THESE FUNDS MAY
ALSO BE USED FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE FAMU SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY; NO MORE THAN SIX POSITIONS
MAY BE USED FOR THIS PURPOSE.

NOT MORE THAT 10% OF THE APPROPRIATION IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 382 MAY BE USED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE
COSTS. COMMUNITY COLLEGE INSTITUTIONS MAY
PARTICIPATE IN PROJECTS FUNDED BY THE INSTITUTE OF
GOVERNMENT. THIS PROGRAM SHALL SUPPORT RESEARCH,
TRAINING, AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHICH RESPONDS TO
SOLVING PROBLEMS OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.
4
UPON APPROVAL OF PROJECTS RELATED TO THE FUNDS
APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 382 FOR
MISSION-ORIENTED RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE, THE INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT MAY ALLOCATE
TO A GRANTS AND DONATIONS TPUST FUND THE AMOUNTS
NECESSARY TO FUND SUCH PROJECTS. ALL ALLOCATIONS
RELATED TO EACH PROJECT SHALL INCLUDE THE FULL
AMOUNT APPROVED FOR SUCH PROJECT.

THE POSITIONS AND AMOUNTS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
393 PLUS RELATED SALARY INCREASE AMOUNTS SHALL BE
THE MINIMUM RESOURCES EXPENDED FOR INSTRUCTION AND
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.

IN THE TRANSFER OF TEACHER EDUCATION FUNDS TO THE
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR SPECIAL PROGRAMS, THERE
SHALL BE NO REDUCTION IN THE REGULAR BUDGETS FOR
COLLEGES OF TEACHER EDUCATION IN EXCESS OF A
REDUCTION WHICH IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE REDUCTION IN
ENROLLMENT WORKLOAD.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 388A ARE PROVIDED
FOR THE PURCHASE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL
EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS,
EXCLUDING ENGINEERING. THE FUNDS ARE ALLOCATED, BY
UNIVERSITY, AS FOLLOWS:

UF 886,040
FSU 671,500
FAMU 168,980
USF 600,100
FAU 206,720
UMF 155,040
UCF 295,800
FIU 301,920
UNF 113,900



FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 391 SHALL BE USED TO
IMPROVE THE INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAM OF EACH



INSTITUTION AND HAY NOT BE USED TO SUPPLANT CURRENT
FUNDS. THE PRIMARY USE OF THESE FUNDS SHALL BE TO
IMPROVE THE STUDENT-FACULTY PATIO IN UNDERGRADUATE
INSTRUCTION. NO MORE THAN 100 POSITIONS IN ADDITION
TO THOSE AUTHORIZED IN CHAPTER 81-206, LAWS OF
FLORIDA, MAY BE ESTABLISHED IN THE SUS ASSOCIATED
WITH THE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATION.
HOWEVER, UP TO 15% OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MAY BE USED TO GIVE
DISCRETIONARY SALARY INCREASES TO CURRENTLY
AUTHORIZED 1981-82 FACULTY POSITIONS. SALARY RATES
FOR AUTHORIZED 1981-82 UNFILLED FACULTY POSITIONS
AND ANY SUCH POSITIONS WHICH SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME
UNFILLED MAY BE INCREASED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF
IMPROVING PROGRAM QUALITY. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED FOR ANY ACADEMIC PROGRAM NOT
CURRENTLY AUTHORIZED FOR IMPLEMENTATION BY THE BOARD
OF REGENTS. A PLAN TO IMPROVE INSTRUCTIONAL
QUALITY, WITH A PRIMARY EMPHASIS ON UNDERGRADUATE
INSTRUCTION, WITH THESE FUNDS SHALL BE APPROVED BY
THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND SUBMITTED TO THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO
THE RELEASE OF THESE FUNDS. EACH OF THE
UNIVERSITIES WITH AN APPROVED LAN PROGRAM MUST
ALLOCATE AT LEAST $100,000 IN ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR
LAN.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 391 ARE ALLOCATED BY
UNIVERSITY, AS FOLLOWS:

UF 1,066,340
FSU 820,250
FAMU 193,830
USF 688,350
FAU 237,120
UNF 177,840
UCF 339,300
FIU 346,320
UNF 130,650

THE BALANCE OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
391 SHALL BE ALLOCATED, BY UNIVERSITY, AS PROVIDED
IN CHAPTER 81-206, LAWS OF FLORIDA, PLUS RELATED
SALARY INCREASES AND OTHER INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENTS.

THE POSITIONS AND AMOUNTS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
393 PLUS RELATED SALARY INCREASE AMOUNTS SHALL BE
THE MINIMUM RESOURCES EXPENDED FOR INSTRUCTION AND
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 393A ARE PROVIDED TO
SUS INSTITUTIONS TO ENHANCE ENGINEERING PROGRAMS, TO
INCREASE THE PRODUCTION OF ENGINEERS, AND TO PROVIDE
PRACTICING ENGINEERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURSUE A
GRADUATE EDUCATION. FUNDS ARE PROVIDED FOR THE
JOINT FAHU-FSU Et;GINEERING INSTITUTE TO IMPLEMENT
COURSE OFFERINGS TO THE EXTENT JUDGED FEASIBLE BY
THE UNIVERSITIES AND THE BOARD OF REGENTS.

SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 393A DOES NOT IMPLY THE
APPROVAL OF A LOWER DIVISION AT ANY UNIVERSITY.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 393A ARE ALLOCATED
AS FOLLOWS:

USF $453,969 OPERATING FUNDS, $2,050,000
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT; UF -
$2,500,000 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT; UCF -
$2,000,000 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT; FAU -
$2,000,000 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT; FIU -
$483,170 OPERATING FUNDS; $325,000 SCIENTIFIC AND
TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT; FAMU-FSU $869,133 OPERATING
FUNDS; $500,000 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT;
AMD TO UF-UCF-USF FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION- $302,000
OPERATING FUNDS AND $1,099,000 SCIENTIFIC AND
TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT. THE BOARD OF REGENTS SHALL
SUBMIT AN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR THE CONTINUING
EDUCATION PROGRAMS PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 15, 1982.

377 LUMP SUM
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 5<

378 NOT USED

379 HNOT USED

380 NOT USED

381 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNMET NEEDS/BROWARD COUNTY
POSITIONS 2'
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,7

382 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,0

383 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
USF/INSTITUTE OF BANKING
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1



384 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LIBRARY BOOKS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 10.7



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385 NOT USED
385A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS-CITY OF ST.PETE
SALVADOR DALI RESEARCH FOUNDATION/MUSEUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

386 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

387 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

387A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUNCOAST AREA TEACHER TRAINING
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

387B SPECIAL CArEGORIES
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

388 NOT USED

388A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONAL
EQUIPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

389 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

390 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BRANCH CAMPUSES AND CENTERS
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

391 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU ..

392 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH LEARNING NEEDS
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

392A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CENTER FOR EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND LAN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

393 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INSTRUCTION AND RESEARCH
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .
393A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ENGINEERING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

393B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CENTER ON
GERONTOLOGY-USF
POSITIONS
FROH GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

394 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

395 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . .

396 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE INCIDENTAL TRUST
FU D . . . . .

397 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION INCIDENTAL TRUST
FUE) . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUE) . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE INCIDENTAL TRUST
FEED .. . . . .

398 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION FEDERAL GRANT



TRUST F . . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST F ) . . .



200,000



368,286



135,000



2
222,000



5
224,904






3,400,000



3
116,000



"45
970,892



14,789,719



2
93,000



65,000



6,631
179,280,518



12,582,272




3
250,000


1,176,114



2,177
42,444,530






2,369,287



10,240,264



1.706.541



FROM EXTENSION SERVICE INCIDENTAL TRUST
FU . . . .

399 LUMP SUM
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT LON ENERGY
TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 500,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 399 SHALL BE USED IN
THE FOLLOWING RESEARCH PROGRAM AREAS: PLANT AND
ANIMAL IMPROVEMENT THROUGH GENETIC MECHANISMS;
ROOT-MICROBIAL INTERACTIONS; AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
SOURCE TECHNOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS.
399A LUMP SUM
LETHAL YELLOWING HOtESTEAD
POSITIONS 4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 85,000

EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 399A,
NONE OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE UF INSTITUTE
OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES MAY BE EXPENDED
FOR LETHAL YELLOWING RESEARCH.

3998 LUMP SUM
ANIMAL FEED LOT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNDI . 200,000

FUNDS INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 3998 SHALL
BE USED BY THE UF INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE OFFICE
OF THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE TO DEVELOP A
PROGRAM TO ENCOURAGE THE ESTABLISHMENT IN FLORIDA OF
FARM FEED LOTS FOR CATTLE. UP TO FOUR FACULTY
POSITIONS AND FOUR CAREER SERVICE POSITIONS MAY BE
ESTABLISHED FOR THIS PURPOSE.

THIS ALLOCATION SHALL BE USED FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF
EXISTING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TECHNIQUES TO
DETERMINE THE OPTIMUM FEED TO OBTAIN THE HIGHEST AND
MOST NUTRITIONAL AND UtIIFORM YIELD IN SMALL FEEDLOT
OPERATIONS; THE DESIGN OF SMALL FEEDLOTS AND THE
LOCATIONS FOR SUCH FEEDLOT FACILITIES; AND THE
ADEQUACY OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE FACILITIES, AND OTHER
AREAS AS MAY BE IDENTIFIED JOINTLY BY THE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND IFAS. THIS
ALLOCATION SHALL NOT BE USED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
A SINGLE, LARGE-SCALE OPERATION, BUT SHALL BE USED
IN ASPECTS RELATING TO THE SMALL FEEDLOTS NECESSARY
TO RETAIN FLORIDA BEEF CALVES IN THE STATE INSTEAD
OF BEING SHIPPED OUT FOR GROWTH AND THEN RE-SOLD IN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA BEEF MARKETS. THE ACQUISITION
OF THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE THE FUNCTION OF IFAS.
THE DISTRIBUTION OF THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE THE
FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AGENTS.

400 NOT USED

80,590,309 B00A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT-EXTENSION
FROM EXPERIMENT STATION FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . .
FROM EXTENSION SERVICE FEDERAL GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .

4008 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ENGINEERING
POSITIONS 1
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUMO ..... .. 82,796
401 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 281,705

INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 395 THROUGH 398
AND 401 ARE FUNDS TO OPERATE A CENTER FOR AQUATIC
WEED RESEARCH AS A FUNCTIONAL ELEMENT OF THE UF -
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES. THE
CENTER IS HEREBY DESIGNATED AS THE LEAD AGENCY FOR
1,442,915 THE COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH
PROJECTS RELATED TO NOXIOUS AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL
1,984,115 AND IS DIRECTED TO COORDINATE ALL SUCH PROGRAMS WITH
OTHER AFFECTED AGENCIES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL RESOURCES, AS PRESCRIBED BY S. 372.925, F.
S.



204,000

68,500

36,000




597,364

1,995,000

300,040

216,300




413,396

34,000



FROM THE FUNDS AND POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 395 THROUGH 398 AND 401, THE CURRENT
LEVEL OF EXPENDITURES PLUS SALARY INCREASES AND
OTHER INFLATIONARY ADJUSTMENTS SHALL BE USED FOR
SAND HILL DECLINE RESEARCH.

THE UF INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
SHALL PREPARE A PLAN FOR SUBMISSION TO THE
LEGISLATURE WHICH WILL ALLOW THE VARIOUS
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTERS TO
DEVELOP LEGISLATIVE BUDGETS FOR RESEARCH PROBLEM
AREAS AND COMMODITY RESEARCH TO BE PERFORMED AT EACH
CENTER. THE PLAN SHALL INCLUDE PROCEDURES WHICH
WILL ENSURE THAT THE REQUESTS OF EACH CENTER ARE
THOROUGHLY CONSIDERED FOR INCLUSION IN THE
INSTITUTE'S LEGISLATIVE BUDGET REQUEST. THE PLAN
SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE LEGISLATURE NO LATER THAN
SEPTEMBER 1, 1982.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 400A ARE FOR THE
PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS FOR EXTENSION AND RESEARCH
FACULTY NOT LOCATED AT THE AIN CAMPUS IN
GAINESVILLE WHICH MAY NOT EXCEED A LEVEL II



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CAPACITY. TECHNICAL SUPPORT IN THE GAINESVILLE
CENTER SHALL BE PROVIDED BY EXISTING NERDC OR CIRCA
STAFF. THE FIRN PILOT NETWORK SHALL BE UTILIZED FOR
STATEWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS USING INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD PROTOCOL. THE GAINESVILLE COMPUTING
FACILITY MAY NOT BE UPGRADED BEYOND LEVEL II UNTIL
IT IS DEMONSTRATED THROUGH ACTUAL OPERATION OF MAJOR
STATEWIDE APPLICATIONS THAT THE UPGRADE IS
JUSTIFIED. FUNDS FROM OTHER SOURCES MAY NOT BE USED
TO CIRCUMVENT THIS PROVISO.

FROM THE FUNDS AND POSITIONS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 395 THROUGH 398 AND 401, THE UF -
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES SHALL,
IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS, CONDUCT A RESEARCH PROJECT
RELATED TO COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER, SPECIFICALLY
ADDRESSING THE PROBLEM AREAS REFERRED TO IN SB 674
OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION. UP TO $52,000 IS AUTHORIZED
TO BE EXPENDED FOR THE PROJECT.

THE LEGISLATURE REQUIRES THAT IFAS RESEARCH
ADMINISTRATION, iN CONJUNCTION WITH APPROPRIATE
INDUSTRY GROUPS, REPORT TO THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE BY SEPTEMBER 1, 1982
THE RESULTS OF A STUDY TO DETERMINE IF AND TO WHAT
EXTENT THEPE SHOULD BE INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION IN THE
FUNDING OF IFAS RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.



ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT STATIONt

402 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT
STATION TRUST FUND . . .

403 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT
STATION TRUST FU . . .

404 EXPENSES
FROM ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT
STATION TRUST FUND . . .

405 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT
STATION TRUST FUNO . . .

406 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT FUNDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND.....

407 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COASTAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC ENGINEERING
RESEARCH LAB
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

408 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ENERGY CONSERVATION AND CONVERSION LAB
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

409 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WATER CONSERVATION LAB
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

410 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
ADMINISTRATION STATE TECHNOLOGY
APPLICATION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER

411 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

412 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CENTER PROFESSIONAL
MEDICAL LIABILITY SELF INSURANCE TRUST
FU . . . .
FROM OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

413 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CENTER PROFESSIONAL
MEDICAL LIABILITY SELF INSURANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

414 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
FROM OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUNID .. .. ... .

415 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT-INSTRUCTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

415A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONAL
EQUIPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....



378



7,007,143



1,113,307




503,423



178,939



119,292





55,000



591
15,760,654




1,020,087







2,847,239







914,327





250,000




200,000



QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
415 SHALL BE USED TO IMPROVE THE INSTRUCTIONAL
PROGRAMS OF THE COLLEGES OF MEDICINE AND NURSING AND
MAY NOT BE USED TO SUPPLANT CURRENT FUNDS. NO MORE
THAN 8 NEW POSITIONS MAY BE ESTABLISHED IN THE
MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS QUALITY
IMPROVEMENT MONEY. HOWEVER, UP TO 15% OF THE FUNDS
APPROPRIATED FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MAY BE USED TO
GIVE DISCRETIONARY SALARY INCREASES TO CURRENTLY
AUTHORIZED 1981-82 FACULTY POSITIONS. SALARY RATES
FOR AUTHORIZED 1981-82 UNFILLED FACULTY POSITIONS
AND ANY SUCH POSITIONS WHICH SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME
UNFILLED MAY BE INCREASED FROM QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
FUNDS FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING PROGRAM
QUALITY. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED
FOR ANY ACADEMIC PROGRAM NOT CURRENTLY AUTHORIZED
FOR IMPLEMENTATION BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS. A PLAN
TO IMPROVE INSTRUCTIONAL QUALITY WITH THESE FUNDS
SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND
SUBMITTED TO THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
AND THE LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO THE RELEASE OF THESE
FUNDS.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 415A ARE PROVIDED
FOR THE PURCHASE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL
EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS OF
THE COLLEGES OF MEDICINE AND NURSING.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 411 THROUGH 414 FOR
PUBLIC HEALTH ARE TO IMPLEMENT A GRADUATE PROGRAM IN
PUBLIC HEALTH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
MEDICAL CENTER AND TO PLAN FOR A SCHOOL OF PUBLIC
HEALTH TO BE ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER SUBSEQUENTLY BY THE BOARD OF
REGENTS.



3C6180 CONTRACTS AND GRANTS
3,618,038
FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 416 THROUGH 419 ARE
FOR ALLOCATION BY THE DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES TO
THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS FOR CONTRACTS AND GRANTS
3,804,278
ACTIVITIES: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, J. HILLIS HILLER
HEALTH CENTER, INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
SCIENCES, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, FLORIDA A &A
UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY
OF SOUTH FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER, FLORIDA ATLANTIC
UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY
OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
UNIVERSITY, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA.
THE BOARD OF REGENTS IS AUTHORIZED TO ESTABLISH
ADDITIONAL POSITIONS AS NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT NEW
CONTRACTS AND GRANTS.

416 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3,195
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

417 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

418 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

419 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND .....


AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 420 THROUGH 424 ARE
FOR ALLOCATION BY THE DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES TO
THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS FOR THE AUXILIARY
ENTERPRISES ACTIVITIES: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, FLORIDA A A M UNIVERSITY,
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, FLORIDA ATLANTIC
72,232 UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA, UNIVERSITY
OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
AND UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA.

EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED HEREIN FOR THE
FOUR SUS REGIONAL DATA CENTERS AND THE FSU COMPUTING
25,000 CENTER IS SUBJECT TO REVIEW AND APPROVAL BY THE
COtMISSIONER OF EDUCATION OF THE BUDGET OF THOSE
4 2 CENTERS AND THE RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR THEIR
40,826 SERVICES.

420 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3,004
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .

421 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
196,740 FROM GENERAL TRUST F . . .

895,859 422 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND . . .
423 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND .. ....
159,661
424 DEBT SERVICE
FROM GENERAL TRUST FUND .. ....

GENERAL OFFICE

425 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 136
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .... 3,161,660
FROM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . ..



58,751,043


17,862,954


19,250,086



42,887,416


8,047,265


71,559,283


7,439,631


3,952,492



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426 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

427 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

428 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

429 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DISTRIBUTION TO UNIVERSITIES
FROM RACING SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUND .
FROM STUDENT FINANCIAL AID TRUST FUND .

430 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

431 CHALLENGE GRANTS
FROM EMINENT SCHOLARS TRUST FUND . .



436,570




966,823




14,852







41,285.



INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 426 IS $175,000
TO BE EXPENDED ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH AUDITS
REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON STUDENT
FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS. ANY AMOUNT NOT USED FOR
THIS PURPOSE SHALL REVERT TO THE GENERAL REVENUE
FUND.

TWO MILLION DOLLARS OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 431 SHALL BE DEPOSITED BY THE
BOARD OF REGENTS INTO THE NEW COLLEGE ENDOWMENT
TRUST FUND TO MATCH PRIVATE, VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS
10 THE NEW COLLEGE FOUNDATION ON BEHALF OF NEW
COLLEGE, A PART OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA.
UPON APPROVAL BY THE ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION, THE
BOAPD SHALL DISBURSE THE MONEY IN SUCH FUND TO THE
FOUNDATION TO BE DEPOSITED INTO AN ENDOWMENT TRUST
ACCOUNT, PROVIDED THAT PRIVATE, VOLUNTARY
CONTRIBUTIONS OF AT LEAST $3 MILLION HAVE BEEN
RECEIVED BY THE FOUNDATION BETWEEN JUNE 30, 1981,
AND JUNE 30, 1985, AND DEPOSITED DURING SUCH TIME
INTO AN ENDOWMENT TRUST ACCOUNT. PRIVATE VOLUNTARY
CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED IN EXCESS OF $3 MILLION WILL
NOT BE MATCHED. IF AT LEAST $3 MILLION IN PRIVATE,
VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS HAS NOT BEEN RECEIVED BY THE
FOUNDATION AND DEPOSITED INTO SUCH ACCOUNT BY JUNE
30, 1985, THE MONEY IN SUCH TRUST FUND SHALL REVERT
TO THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND.



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HEALTH CENTER EDUCATIONAL
AND GENERAL

432 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUS FUND . .
FROM LIABILITY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .

433 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .
FROM LIABILITY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

434 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .
FROM LIABILITY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

435 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .
FROM LIABILITY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

436 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SHANDS HOSPITAL CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

437 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
QUALITY ENHANCEMENT-INSTRUCTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

437A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANT TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

4378 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONAL
EQUIPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

438 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUlN . .
FROM LIABILITY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .



1,636
34,992,392




1,935,234






7,475,136






2,869,955







9,234.270



500,000



98,900




400,000


115,186



THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IS AUTHORIZED TO EMPLOY 15
ADDITIONAL HOUSE STAFF IN ADDITION TO CURRENTLY
AUTHORIZED HOUSE STAFF LINES, TO BE FUNDED BY SHANOS
TEACHING HOSPITAL AND CLINICS, INC., BY TRANSFER OF
FUtDS FROM THE HOSPITAL TO THE INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA HEALTH CENTER.



QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
437 SHALL BE USED TO IMPROVE THE INSTRUCTIONAL
PROGRAtlS OF THE COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, DENTISTRY,
11,340 VETERINARY MEDICINE, NURSING, PHARMACY, AND HEALTH
RELATED PROFESSIONS, AND MAY NOT BE USED TO SUPPLANT
CURRENT FUNDS. INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
437 IS $166,140 AND 3 POSITIONS FOR THE BONE MARROW
TRANSPLANT UNIT. NO MORE THAN 15 NEW POSITIONS MAY
42.325 BE ESTABLISHED IN THE HEALTH CENTER COLLEGES
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MONEY.
HOWEVER, UP TO 15% OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR
QUALITY- IMPROVEMENT MAY BE USED TO GIVE
DISCRETIONARY SALARY INCREASES TO CURRENTLY
AUTIIORIZED 1981-3" FACULTY POSITIONS. SALARY RATES
FOR AUTHORIZED 1981-82 UNFILLED FACULTY POSITIONS
625,000 AND AtY SUCH POSITIONS WHICH SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME
500,000 UNFILLED MAY BE INCREASED FROM QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
FUNDS FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING QUALITY.
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED FOR ANY
ACADEMIC PROGRAM NOT CURRENTLY AUTHORIZED FOR
IMPLEMENTATION BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS. A PLAN TO
IMPROVE INSTRUCTIONAL QUALITY WITH THESE FUNDS SHALL
7,200,000 BE APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS AND SUBMITTED TO
THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND THE
LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO THE RELEASE OF THESE FUNDS.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 4378 ARE PROVIDED
FOR THE PURCHASE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL
EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS OF
THE COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, VETERINARY
MEDICINE, NURSING, PHARMACY, AND HEALTH RELATED
PROFESSIONS.

FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE

438A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 342
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .. 5,457,619
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FU D . . . .

4388 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 206.249

438C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,181,525
FROM GRANTS AID DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . . .

4380 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAl REVENUE FUND . . 207,299

438E FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 128,902

THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 438A
1,429,037 THROUGH 438E CONTEMPLATE THAT THE FUNCTION OF THE
89,550 FLORIDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE IN TAMPA SHALL BE TO
PROVIDE PRACTICAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING AND
APPLIED RESEARCH IN MENTAL ILLNESS PREVENTION,
INTERVENTION, AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION,
3,504,382 RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL DEMONSTRATION
160,000 PROJECTS, AND EXEMPLARY TREATMENT AND CONSULTANT
SERVICES TO STATE HOSPITALS AND COMMUNITY SERVICES.
250,000 THE INSTITUTE ALSO HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO DEVELOP
ADVANCED PREVENTIVE AND TREATHFMT SYSTEMS IN MENTAL
HEALTH.

718,621 IT IS THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATURE THAT THERE BE NO
857,027 INCREASE IN POSITIONS OR CHANGE IN PAY PLAN.

1,206,380 THE LEGISLATURE SHALL EVALUATE PRIOR TO THE 1983
LEGISLATIVE SESSION THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE
PROGRAMS PROVIDED AT THE INSTITUTE AND THE
APPROPRIATENESS OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL PLACEMENT OF
83,251 THE MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE.
674
THE INSTITUTE SHALL BE ADMINISTERED BY THE
70,000 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA. THE UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTH FLORIDA SHALL DEVELOP AN ADMINISTRATIVE
AGREEMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES THAT MILL SPECIFY THE AMOUNT
AND TYPE OF TRAINING, CONSULTATION, AND SERVICE THAT
THE INSTITUTE WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE WITHIN ITS
RESOURCES TO HELP MEET THE TRAINING AND SERVICE
PRIORITIES OF DHRS.

THE INSTITUTE SHALL SUBMIT QUARTERLY PROGRESS
REPORTS TO THE RESPECTIVE SENATE AND HOUSE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, ON THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF
ITS PROGRAM OBJECTIVES, INCLUDING THOSE STATED IN
THE OHRS ADMINISTRATIVE AGREEMENT. THESE PROGRESS
REPORTS MILL ADDRESS THE DEGREE TO MHICH THE
INSTITUTE IS BEING OPERATED IN A COST-EFFECTIVE
MANNER, DELINEATING THE COSTS OF ITS SERVICES,
TRAINING, AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.

FROM THE FUNDS INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS
438A THROUGH 438E, UP TO $o100,00 SHALL BE USED FOR
2,701 A NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF ACUTE
130 CARE PSYCHIATRIC BEDS NEEDED FOR PSYCHIATRIC
RESIDENCY TRAINING AT USF COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND TO
DETERMINE THE COST OF CREATING THESE BEDS AT THE
FMHlI. THE STU)Y WILL BE DONE BY FMHI AHND THE



DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY OF THE USF COLLEGE OF
MEDICINE AND BE PRESENTED TO THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
AND LEGISLATURE NO LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 1983.



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ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF

439 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .
FROM WATER RESOURCE RESTORATION AND
PRESERVATION TRUST FUND . . .
440 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST F . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .

441 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .
FROM COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND .
FROM LICENSING AND PERMITTING TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .
FROM WATER RESOURCE RESTORATION AND
PRESERVATION TRUST FUND . . .

442 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
AID TO WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS -
OPERATIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

442A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
DESTIN/SOUTH WALTON COUNTY WATER PROJECT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

443 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .

444 NOT USED

445 LUMP SUM
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION SERVICE DELIVERY
POSITIONS
FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . .



738
11,380,472







104,358




2,837,171










2,040,082



100,000


287,372








6



SIX POSITIONS AND $515,000 IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
445 ARE CONTINGENT UPON CS/HB 502 OR SIMILAR
LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

446 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
U.S. GEOLOGIC SURVEY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 373,000
FROM U.S. COOPERATIVE TRUST FUND . .

447 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 500,000

FUNDS NOT TO EXCEED $75,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 447 SHALL BE USED BY THE DEPARTMENT TO
STUDY THE IMPACT OF LANDFILLS ON THE BISCAYNE
ACOUIFER.

448 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
POLLUTION RESTORATION CONTRACTS
FROM POLLUTION RECOVERY TRUST FUND .
449 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LOXAHATCHEE RIVER BASIN STUDY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .6,375

449A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUMANNEE RIVER FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND) ....... 350,000

449B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WATER ATLAS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 150,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 4498 ARE
APPROPRIATED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
REGULATION TO CONTRACT WITH THE FLORIDA RESOURCES
AND ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER, AT FLORIDA STATE
UNIVERSITY, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FLORIDA WATER
ATLAS.

449C SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SAflFORD/SEMINDLE COUNTY HAZARDOUS WASTE
CLEANUP
FROM HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
FUND . .. . .

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 449C ARE TO
BE USED TO CLEAN UP AND RESTORE THE HAZARDOUS WASTE
SITE IN SANFORD IN CONJUNCTION WITH S. 403.725(5),
F. S. THE $75,000 HEREBY APPROPRIATED IS TO BE
REPAID WITH INTEREST TO THE HAZARDOUS WASTE
MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND BY THE CITY CHEMICAL
CORPORATION AT THE END OF A 15 MONTH PERIOD
BEGINNING JULY 1, 1982. INTEREST SHALL ACCRUE AT AN
AN)4UAL RATE OF 18 PERCENT.



450 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND ...



739,373



ETHICS, COMMISSION ON

451 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
82,310
3,503,284 GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION, FLORIDA
41,597
OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
160,930 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

452 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
45,060 FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .
178,119
453 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .
13,105
12,600 454 EXPENSES
815,669 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
31,672 FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUD . .

10,392 455 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

456 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

457 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . ..

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

100,000 458 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
46,100 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

459 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

460 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
515,000 FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

461 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

461A LUMP SUM
ADDITIONAL WILDLIFE OFFICERS
POSITIONS
34,500 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

462 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .

463 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUN . .

464 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
26,870 ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .
FROM STATE GAlE TRUST FUND . .

464A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW ENFORCEMENT LONGEVITY BONUSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
465 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

FISHERIES, DIVISION OF

466 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

467 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

468 EXPENSES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND..........

469 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .
75,000
470 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FLD . .

WILDLIFE, DIVISION OF

471 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

472 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

473 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



21,434 FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .



64



8
302,398



137
325,780



4,500



100,073



9,443











370
6,154,505



15,451


860,973



8,589




20
720,000



149,669




1,171,601





928,450



2,211,964



146,769



1,318,843



74,969



7,744


89,291



992,691



226,721



19,377



410,375





13,617



189,837

54,310



124



112
110,699



32,297



2.282,400


53,860


1,032,672


146,800


2,040





1,893,257


241.973



52,000
1,167,509















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



474 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

475 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MANAGEMENT AREA LEASE PAYMENTS
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

476 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .

GENERAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES SHALL NOT
RECOMMEND THE ACQUISITION, RENT, OR LEASE-PURCHASE
OF ANY COMPUTER HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, OR
COMPUTER-RELATED EQUIPMENT INCLUDING WORD PROCESSING
EQUIPMENT WITHOUT PRIOR CONSULTATION WITH THE HOUSE
AND SENATE APPROPRIATION COttMITTEES AND THE JOINT
SELECT COMMITTEE ON ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING.

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION



477 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

478 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

479 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

480 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

481 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PURCHASING, DIVISION OF

482 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

483 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

484 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

485 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

486 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING, DIVISION OF

ADMINISTRATION AND CONSULTING SERVICES

487 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 2
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 6

488 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

489 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

490 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

THE DIVISION SHALL NOT INITIATE ANY NEW ACTIVITIES
WHICH REQUIRE ANY INFORMATION FROM AGENCIES OR DATA
CENTERS NOT DIRECTLY UNDER THEIR SUPERVISION WITHOUT
PRIOR APPROVAL OF THE JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING.



6,982



83
1,615,344



3.497


230,645


21,909


101,885



48
936,332


8,644


386,950


7,364


83,438



3
30,384


13,400


80,138


3.292



ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER

491 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 116
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

492 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

493 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

494 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU ....

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 491 THRU
494 SHALL NOT BE USED TO ACQUIRE, RENT, OR
LEASE-PURCHASE ANY COMPUTER HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, OR
COMPUTER-RELATED EQUIPMENT (INCLUDING WORD
PROCESSING EQUIPMENT) WITHOUT PRIOR CONSULTATION
WITH THE HOUSE AND SENATE APPROPRIATION COMMITTEES
AND THE JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON ELECTRONIC DATA
PROCESSING.


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT,
DIVISION OF

495 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 499
FROM ARCHITECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND .
FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUND ....



496 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ARCHITECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND .
140,800 FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUND ...

497 EXPENSES
FROM ARCHITECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND
400,000 FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUN ....

498 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
38,037 FROM ARCHITECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND
FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUND ...

499 NOT USED

500 LUMP SUM
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
FROM ARCHITECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND .

501 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE UTILITY PAYMENTS
FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUND . .

502 DEBT SERVICE
FROM SUPERVISION TRUST FUND . .

503 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ARCHIIECTS INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND .
FROM SUPERVISION TPUST FUND . .

SECURITY, DIVISION OF

504 SALARIES ADD BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

505 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

506 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

507 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

508 NOT USED

MOTOR POOL, DIVISION OF

509 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS



8,568
2,000


219,597
1,966,910


7,931
63,509



29,500



5,889,739


1,730,000


54,776
21,536



122
1,424,308



144,379


4,942



15,597



43



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATING TRUST FUND

510 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FU .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATING TRUST FUND .

511 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATING TRUST FUND

512 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND .
TROM MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATING TRUST FUND

512A LUMP SUM
TPANISFER TO AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 6

513 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM BUREAU OF AIRCRAFT TRUST FUND .
FROM MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATING TRUST FUND .

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 509
THROUGH 513 SHALL NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE WHICH
IS NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBSECTION 287.161(1),
FLORIDA STATUTES. THE RATE OF REIMBURSEMENT FOR
AUTHORIZED AIR TRAVEL IN THE EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT POOL
SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN THE REIMBURSEMENT ALLOWANCE
FOR USE OF PRIVATELY OWNED VEHICLES.
2,104,052
SURPLUS PROPERTY, DIVISION OF

6,968 514 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM STATE SURPLUS PROPERTY WORKING
CAPITAL TRUST FUND . . .
1,861,851 FROM SURPLUS PROPERTY REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . ..

960,670 515 EXPENSES
FROM STATE SURPLUS PROPERTY WORKING
CAPITAL TRUST FUND . . .
FROM SURPLUS PROPERTY REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . . .

516 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM STATE SURPLUS PROPERTY WORKING
CAPITAL TRUST FUND . . .
FROM SURPLUS PROPERTY REVOLVING TRUST
FI ) . . . . .

BOND FINANCE, DIVISION OF

517 SALARIES AtD BENEFITS POSITIONS 1
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,158,533 FROM REVENUE BOND FEE REVOLVING TRUST
5,693,439 FUND . . .



63,645








4,505



13,127



6,404
80,603



85,452

692,477



89,789

558,108



18,641

16,720



7
26,948



194,540



April 7, 1982



65



281,006
339,493


10,000
12,797



958,546
1,066,295


2,000
226,788



59















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April 7, 1982



518 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM REVENUE BOND FEE REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . . . .

519 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM REVENUE BOND FEE REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . .

520 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROI REVENUE BOND FEE REVOLVING TRUST
FUND . . . . .

COMMUNIICATIONS, DIVISION OF

521 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 6
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 9
FROM COMMUNICATIONS SURVEY TRUST FU .
FROM COMMUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST F . . . .

522 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...
FROM COMMUNICATIONS SURVEY TRUST FUND .
FROM COMMUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUND . . . .

523 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. 1
FROM COMMUNICATIONS SURVEY TRUT FUN .
FROM COMtiUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUN . . .
524 OPEPATIN1 CAPIrAL OUTLAY
FPOM GENERAL REVENUE FUND.
FROM COtlMUNICATIONS SURVEY TRUST FUND
FROM COIffUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUN . . .

524A LUtP SUM
SUNCOM SYSTEM
POSITIONS
FROM COMMUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FU D .. .. .. .. .

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 524A ARE
CONTINGENT UPON SB 942 OR S"IILAR LEGISLATION
BECOMING LAW.

525 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CENTREX AtN SUNCOM PAYMENTS
FROM COMMUNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUD . . .

526 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROtM COtMJNICATIONS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FU . . .

GOVERNOR, EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE

GENERAL OFFICE

527 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 27
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNIO .... 5,7
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUN .
FROM STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS TRUST FUND

528 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2
FROM GRANTS AtD DOttATIONS T T FUND .
FROM STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS TRUST FUND .

529 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 1,0
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS TRUST FUND

529A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FARMWORKER HOUSING ASSISTANCE
FROM FARMWORKER'S HOUSING TRUST FUD .

530 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS TRUST FUND .

531 LUMP SUT
NATIONAL GOVERNORS' ASSOCIATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
532 LUMP SUN
COMMISSION ON SPANISH SPEAKING POPULACE OF
FLORIDA
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 1!

532A LUMP SUM1
SUNSHINE STATE GAMES
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2

533 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COST-OF-LIVING PRICE SURVEY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

B53 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY POPULATION ESTIMATES



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ..



20,000




45,655



9
54,546





10,000





44,985





9,031



2
72,228




45,712




90,014








42,903




59,600




57,410



3
00,000



90,000



80,960



535 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GOVERNOR'S COUtNCIL ON INDIAN AFFAIRS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
267,900
536 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS TRUST FUND
236,446
537 CONTINGENT DISCRETIONARY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

4,073 OPERATION OF THE GOVERNOR'S MANSION

538 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

539 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
21,283 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

587,885 540 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

541 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
14,400 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

14,209 OFFICE OF PROSECUTION COORDINATION AND THE COUNCIL
FOR THE PROSECUTION OF ORGANIZED CRIME

542 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
6,780 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

137,593 543 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

544 EXPENSES
4,400 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

7,136 545 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GFIERAL REVENUE FUND . .



130,013


11,916




30,000



9
118,591


900


88,014


300




15
371,961


47,000


146,938

111,965



FUNDS AND POSITIONS CONTAINED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 542 THROUGH 545 SHALL ONLY BE USED TO
SUPPORT THE OPERATIONS OF THE STATEWIDE GRAND JURY.
78,234

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 583 THROUGH 752
MAY BE TRANSFERRED UPON THE REQUEST OF THE
DEPARTMENT TO THE STATE COMPTROLLER TO ACCOUNTS
ESTABLISHED FOR EACH DISTRICT OR INSTITUTION WITHIN
THE RESPECTIVE BUDGET ENTITIES FOR DISBURSEtENT
23,739,121 PURPOSES UPON RELEASE OF SAID APPROPRIATIONS BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. SUCH TRANSACTIONS
MAY ODLY BE HADE TO ACCOUNTS SIMILAR IN PURPOSE TO
THE CATEGORY OF APPROPRIATION FROM WHICH
162,085 TRAISFERPED.

IN ORDER TO ENSURE APPROPRIATE PLACEMENT EFFORTS AND
OPPORTUNITIES, ANY EMPLOYEE OF THE DEPARTMENT WHOSE
POSITION IS ABOLISHED AS A RESULT OF THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS ACT SHALL BE RETAINED AT THE
SAME LEVEL OF COMPENSATION FOR NINETY (90) DAYS
AFTER NOTIFICATION OF SUCH ABOLISHMENT OR UNTIL SUCH
1,071,097 EMPLOYEE SECURES OTHER PLACEMENT OR EMPLOYMENT,
471,665 WHICHEVER SHOULD OCCUR FIRST. EMPLOYEES WHOSE
POSITIONS ARE ABOLISHED OR TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER
LOCATION SHALL, WHEN OTHERWISE QUALIFIED, BE GIVEN
PRIORITY CiOSIDERATION FOR ANY OTHER POSITIONS
194,032 VACANT INI STATE GOVERNMENT.
6,336
WHEN THE DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHES A CONTRACTUAL
RELATIONSHIP FOR SERVICES WITH THE STATE UNIVERSITY
SYSTEM, THE DEPARTMENT MAY WAIVE THE PRESENT 30-DAY
355,137 CANCELLATION CLAUSE EXISTING WITHIN THE PRESENT
99,827 RULES OF THE DEPARTMENT.

THE GOVERNOR' S MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL SHALL BE
CONTINUED FOR 1982-83.
2,648,943
FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR MENTAL HEALTH, CHILDREN AND
YOUTH, AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES INSTITUTIONS
SALARIES IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 625, 657, AND
2,160 679, MAY 3E TRANISFERREO TO OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES,
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 626, 658, AND 680, FOR THE
PURPOSES OF CONTRACTING FOR PHYSICIAN AND/OR OTHER
MEDICAL RELATED SERVICES AS REQUIRED, WITH THE STATE
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, IN LIEU OF FTE POSITIONS
ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES.

THE DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ADVANCES FOR
PROGRAM START-UP OR PERIODIC ADVANCE PAYMENTS FOR
CONTRACTED SERVICES DURING FISCAL YEAR 1982-83 SHALL
BE PURSUANT TO A PLAN SUBMITTED BY THE DEPARTMENT BY
JULY 1, 1982 AND UPON APPROVAL BY THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. THE PLAN SHALL INCLUDE
AUTHORIZATION FOR ADVANCED FUNDING FOR THOSE
PROGRAMS INCLUDED IN THE FY 1981-82 APPROPRIATIONS
ACT. FURTHER, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO THE
CHAIRMEN OF THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES A LIST OF NEW APPLICANTS FOR ADVANCED
FUNDING AND EXPLANATION FOR ANY DISAPPROVAL OF NEW
APPLICANTS. THIS REPORT SHALL BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO
THE BEGINNING OF EACH LEGISLATIVE SESSION.



66



18,400
7,100















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APPROPRIATIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT FOR CLIENT
INFORMATION SYSTEMS CONTEMPLATE THAT NO CLIENT
IDENTIFYING INFORMATION SUCH AS THE CLIENT'S NAME,
ADDRESS AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SHALL BE
SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT BY AlY COMItUNITY MENTAL
HEALTH FACILITY. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT RESOURCE OR
DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT RESOURCE. MENTAL HEALTH,
ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE CLIENTS MAY BE REGISTERED IN
THE SYSTEM BY THE USE OF A UNIQUE CLIENT IDENTIFIER.
ACCESS TO CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT IDENTIFIABLE
INFORMATION SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE SERVICE PROVIDER
AGENCY INITIATING THE INPUT. SERVICE PROVIDERS
SHALL PROVIDE INFORMATION REQUESTED AS PART OF THE
EVALUATIONS OF STATE FUNDED DEI'ISITUTIONALIZATION
PROJECTS.

THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 591A
AND 726A ARE FOR INCREASING THE AID TO FAMILIES WITH
DEPENDENT CHILDREN STANDARD OF NEED TO $468 PER
MONTH FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1,
1982.


THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PREPARE AND SUBMIT AN ADVANCED
PLANNING DOCUMENT FOR 90/10 FAMIS FUNDING WHICH WILL
FACILITATE THE INTEGRATION OF AFDC AND FOOD STAMP
SYSTEMS WITH THE CIS AND REDUCE THE NUMBER OF FORMS
USED BY THE ECONOMIC SERVICES PROGRAM. WITHIN THE
FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 568 THROUGH 603,
THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PROVIDE THE REQUIRED 10% MATCH.

THE DEPARTMENT MAY UTILIZE FUNDS TO ENTER INTO
CONTRACTS FOR PURPOSES OF INCREASING DEPARTMENTAL
THIRD PARTY RECOVERIES, PARTICULARLY MEDICARE
RECOVERIES. DEPARTMENTAL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH
CONTRACTS MAY BE APPLIED AGAINST SUCH RECOVERIES.

UPON APPROVAL OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR AND IN CONSULTATION WITH THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL
PURSUE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MEDICAID FUNDING
STRATEGY EXCLUDING PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT SERVICES TO
CHILDREN. PRIOR TO THE SUBMISSION OF AMENDMENTS OR
WAIVERS TO THE STATE MEDICAID PLAN TO THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ESTIMATE THE NUMBER
OF CLIENTS SERVED, THE NUMBER OF SERVICES RENDERED
AND THE AMOUNT OF DOLLARS AFFECTED. THE FUNDS
REIMBURSED FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS FUNDING
STRATEGY SHALL BE DEPOSITED INTO A TRUST FUND WHICH,
UPON APPROVAL OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR AND IN CONSULTATION WITH THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, MAY BE USED FOR
UNANTICIPATED SHORTFALLS IN REVENUE.

IN ORDER TO RELIEVE OVERCROWDED MEDICAL CONDITIONS
IN DADE COUNTY DUE TO THE INFLUX OF REFUGEES, THE
DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, TO GRANT
FUNDS UP TO $10,000,000 TO JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
TO ACQUIRE THE CEDARS OF LEBANON FACILITY. THIS
GRANT AUTHORITY IS CONTINGENT UPON THE RECEIPT OF
ANY REFUGEE AND/OR ENTRANT FUNDS IN EXCESS OF THE
AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO REIMBURSE LOCAL UNITS OF
GOVERNMENT FOR SERVICES RENDERED TO CUBAN/HAITIAN
ENTRANTS.

IN CONJUNCTION ITH THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS,
THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
SHALL DETERMINE APPROPRIATE ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR
ASSESSMENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING INSTRUMENTS TO
EVALUATE ItltATES WHO APPEAR TO BE MENTALLY RETARDED.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

IN ORDER TO ENSURE COORDINATION OF ADVOCACY
FUNCTIONS, THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED, WHERE
ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE, TO COLOCATE WITHIN THE OFFICE
OF THE SECRETARY THE FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE
STATE HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY COMMITTEE, STATE NURSING
HOME AND LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY OMBUDSMAN
COMMITTEE, AlD THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENTAL
DISABILITIES PLANNING COUNCIL. THIS SHALL INCLUDE
THE TRANSFER OF ANY STAFF TO THE ABOVE COUNCIL AND
COlMITTEES. THE ABOVE-NAMED GROUPS, GOVERNOR'S
COlMMISSION ON ADVOCACY FOR PERSONS WITH
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND THE GOVERNOR'S
COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT OF THE HANDICAPPED, SHALL
SUBMIT TO THE LEGISLATURE AlND TO THE GOVERNOR NO
LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 1983, A PLAN FOR INCREASED
COORDINATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THEIR ADVOCACY
FUNICTIONIS AIND GROUPS. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
POSSIBLE, IN TIE COLOCATION OF THESE ADVOCACY
ORGANIZATIONS, EFFORTS SHALL BE MADE TO ACHIEVE
SAVINGS THROUGH A SYSTEM OF CENTRAL INTAKE,
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL, COMMON USE OF EQUIPMENT,
AND SHARING OF SUPPORT STAFF AND OTHER
ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS.

546 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 7
FROM GENERAL RVE NUE FUND .. ... 1,
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .......

547 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



548 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



70
533,221



37,154


347,234



253,758



38,695



548A OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN .....

549 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATEWIDE HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY COMMITTEE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN .....

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

550 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 71
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 83
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. ...
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

551 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

552 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 2
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. ...
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..

552A OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... 1
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

553 LUMP SUM
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND
TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,5
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX -
TRAINING . . . .

A PLAN, IDENTIFYING AND RELATING TO THE STAFF
DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING NEEDS OF THE DEPARTMENT,
SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR FOR APPROVAL.

554 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE INSTITUTIONAL CLAIMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

555 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATION
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

555A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SPACE ALLOCATION STUDY WINEWOOD COMPLEX
FROM GENERAL REVENUE UD . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 555A SHALL BE USED
TO CONDUCT A SPACE ALLOCATION STUDY TO DETERMINE THE
NEEDS OF THE DEPARTMENT AT THE WINEWOOD OFFICE
COMPLEX IN TALLAHASSEE. THE STUDY SHALL DE
CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT. THE OBJECTIVE IS TO
REACH A 10Z REDUCTION IN SPACE REQUIREMENTS AND A
SAVINGS OF $250,000 IN FISCAL YEAR 1983-84. THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL ESTABLISH A MODEL, OFFICE
ORGANIZATION TO DEMONSTRATE EFFICIENT AND COST
EFFECTIVE OFFICE SPACE REQUIREMENTS.

555B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 5

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 555B SHALL BE USED
TO CONTINUE THE EDUCATION/TRAINING PROGRAMS AT
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL
FLOPIDA, BARRY COLLEGE, FLORIDA A t M UNIVERSITY,
AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NEST FLORIDA.

555C SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 5

556 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TITLE IVA STAFF TRAINING
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

557 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACT NURSING HOME AUDIT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

558 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COIIPUTER RELATED EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

559 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU IO ........ 7(
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

OFFICE OF TIlE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR PROGRAMS

560 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 67i
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... . 8,9
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX -
TRAINING ...............
FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUI) .
FROM GRANTS AtD DONATIONS TRUST FUIE .
FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST FUND .

561 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST F . .



6,713



44,004




.8
17,476




63,155


165,338




L01,009





i00,000



April 7, 1982



67



1,447,574
3,327,816



1,235,113
1,276,849



14.979



12,000



5,000



480,618



40,000














95,349









01,282



04,000



63,683




6
60,278









25,283



1,000,000




504,000



4,755,253



567,762





2,478,140

53,038
713,363
907,890
1,248,316
728,133



214,472















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April 7, 1982



FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST FUND .

FUNDS UP TO THE AMOUNT OF $25,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 561 SHALL BE USED TO CONTRACT FOR AN
EVALUATION OF THE CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES
PROGRAM.

562 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,682,936
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX -
TRAINING . . . .
FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND .. ...
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND. .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST FUND

563 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
HEALTH EDUCATION RISK REDUCTION PROJECT
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

563A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LOCAL HEALTH COUNCILS
FROM LOCAL HEALTH PLANNING TRUST FUND .

THE DEPARTMENT MAY RETAIN 5 PERCENT OF THE FEES
COLLECTED FOR PROCESSING CERTIFICATE OF NEED
APPLICATIONS, OR THE ACTUAL AMOUNT INCURRED BY THE
DEPARTMENT IN ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS IN CONTRACTING
WITH THE LOCAL HEALTH COUNCIL, WHICHEVER IS LESS.
THE REMAINING PORTION OF SUCH FEES SHALL BE
DEPOSITED IN A LOCAL HEALTH TRUST FUND TO BE
DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:

1. EACH LOCAL HEALTH COUNCIL SHALL RECEIVE
ANNUALLY AN EQUAL MINIMUM BASE GRANT. EACH FISCAL
YEAR, THE AMOUNT OF MINIMUM BASE GRANTS SHALL BE
COMPUTED SO THAT THE AGGREGATE OF ALL SUCH GRANTS IS
NOT LESS THAN 60 PERCENT OR MORE THAN 75 PERCENT OF
THE AMOUNT DEPOSITED IN THE LOCAL HEALTH TRUST FUND
IN THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR. FOR THE INITIAL FISCAL
YEAR, EACH LOCAL HEALTH COUNCIL SHALL RECEIVE A
MINIMUM BASE GRANT OF $85,000.

2. THE REMAINING FUNDS IN THE LOCAL HEALTH TRUST
FUND SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THE RESPECTIVE COUNCILS
IN DIRECT PROPORTION TO THE WORKLOAD OF EACH SUCH
COUNCIL. SUCH DISTRIBUTION SHALL BE PURSUANT TO
CONTRACTS WITH THE COUNCILS IN ACCORDANCE WITH
SECTION 381.494(7)(J), F.S.

564 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
HILL BURTON
FROM U.S. GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

565 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FLUORIDATION PROJECT
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

565A OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 62,627
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST FUND
566 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAID PEER REVIEW
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 81,574
FROM AiDMINISTPATIVE TRUST FUND . .

567 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE THERAPEUTIC RESEARCH
PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 53,100

568 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITAL REIMBURSEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 472,500

569 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
AGING AND ADULT SERVICES TRAINING AND
EDUCATION
FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

570 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CHRONIC DISEASE CONTROL PROJECT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FIND ....... 187,000

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $187,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 570 SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED WITH PRIORITY
GIVEN TO EXISTING CHRONIC DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMS.
HOWEVER, DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS SHALL MOT BE LIMITED
SOLELY TO EXISTING PROGRAMS.

571 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HEALTH MANPOWER CLEARINGHOUSE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 40,000

571A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 75,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 571A SHALL BE



RELEASED CONTINGENT UPON DOCUMENTATION WHICH



8,662 DEIMOSTRATES THE NEED FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING TO
11,716 COMPLETE THE EMS PLAN. ONLY THE SECRETARY OF THE
481,493 DEPARTMENT SHALL AUTHORIZE THE RELEASE OF FUNDS NOT
28,168 TO EXCEED $75,000.

572 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .

572A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DRUG ABUSE INDICATOR SYSTEM
568,337 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

31,370 THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 572A SHALL BE
261,880 USED TO CONTRACT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND
212,179 IMPLEMENTATION OF A STATE DRUG ABUSE INDICATOR
1,480,164 SYSTEM BASED ON A CONFIDENTIAL SAMPLING OF DATA
351,285 RELATED TO DRUG OVERDOSE CASES FROM HOSPITAL
EMERGENCY ROOMS, MEDICAL EXAMINERS, AID OTHER
TREATMENT RESOURCES. SUCH INDICATOR SYSTEM SHALL BE
DESIGNED TO ENABLE STATE AGENCIES WHICH HAVE
493,954 REGULATORY, ENFORCEMENT, OR TREATMENT
RESPONSIBILITIES RELATING TO DRUG USE OR ABUSE TO
PLAN AND ALLOCATE RESOURCES BASED ON A TIMELY
KNOWLEDGE OF CHANGING PATTERNS OF DRUG USE. IN
1,500,000 ADDITION TO THE FUNDS PROVIDED HEREIN, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL SEEK ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR THIS
PROJECT FROM OTHER SOURCES, INCLUDING FEDERAL
AGENCIES AND STATE USER AGENCIES.

573 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 4,6
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .



OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY

IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 574, 576, AND 578, UP TO
$109,071 OF PEST CONTROL TRUST FUNDS AND 4.5
POSITIONS ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 1003 OR SIMILAR
LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

THE RELOCATION OF LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION TO
STATE HEADQUARTERS SHALL BE LIMITED TO 18 POSITIONS,
AND THE TRANSFER SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED WITHIN FUNDS
APPROPRIATED TO THE DEPARTMENT.

574 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,46
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ... 10,6
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. ....
FROM HEARING AIDS AND DEVICES TRUST FUND .
FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . .
300,000 FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST FUND. .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

575 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
135,640 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM HEARING AIDS AND DEVICES TRUST FUND .
FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . .
7,941
3,223 576 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ..... 3,6'
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM DRUGS, DEVICES AND COSMETIC TRUST
FUND . . . . .
252,605 FROM HEARING AIDS AND DEVICES TRUST FUND .
FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . .
FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

577 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,9
578 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ... 2
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND. ... .
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .
273,00 579 LUMP SUM
SINGLE INTAKE AND CHILD ABUSE REGISTRY
INFORMATION SYSTEM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

580 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EMERGENCY ALTERNATIVE PLACEMENT
FROM PATIENT PROTECTION TRUST FUND .

581 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF SERVICES CHILD SUPPORT
ENFORCEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ... .. 61
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

581A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INFORMATION ADI REFERRAL PILOT PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

582 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . 5
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



10,000




90,000



534,669



7
86,710







85,529





78,893



93,712


69,016



18,750



68



40,000



1,616,592
124,000


















3,582,620
39,138
217,859
631,225
10,576,881



413,956
3,600
7,642



1,413,823

12,110
9,979
54,039
68,775
8,295,492







3,591
22,000
41,882



36,140



92,284




39,256


77,951



6,230,551



320,867















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DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES ITS ALLOCATION AND THE
CRITERIA THEREFCR OF APPROPRIATIONS BASED ON THIRD
PARTY PAYMENTS TO THE VARIOUS DISTRICTS. AFTER THE
DEPARTMENT HAS RECOVERED ALL OF THIRD PARTY PAYMENTS
APPROPRIATED Itl A PROGRAM, ANY DISTRICT WHICH
RECOVERS EXCESS THIRD PARTY PAYMENTS MAY, AFTER
CONSULTATION WITH THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES, RETAIN SUCH FUNDS TO SUPPORT
NON-RECURRING EXPENSES FOR DIRECT CLIENT SERVICES
UNLESS SUCH RETENTION OF FUNDS IS PROHIBITED BY LAW.
THE DEPARTMENT SHALL EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF
RETAINING EXCESS THIRD PARTY PAYMENTS AND REPORT ITS
FINDINGS TO THE LEGISLATURE BY MARCH 1, 1983.

583 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,326
FROMl GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 18,001,219
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TPUST FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

584 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 198,525
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

585 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 3,827,672
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

585A OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 93,781

586 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 76,858

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 586, $37,975
"MAY BE USED TO COVER THE COST OF THE CENTRAL
INFORMlATION EXCHANGE PROJECT IN DISTRICT X. THE
BALANCE OF THE COSTS FOR TiHE PROJECT MAY BE FUNDED
WITHIN DISTRICT X'S EXISTING RESOURCES. IF DISTRICT
X CHOOSES NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROJECT, FUNDS
IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 586 FOR THIS PROJECT SHALL
REVERT TO THE GENERAL REVENUE FUN) UNALLOCATED.

587 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CITIZEN ADVOCACY COMMITTEES AND ADVISORY
COUNCILS EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 84,746

ECONOMIC SERVICES

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 588
THROUGH 590 MAY BE USED TO CONTRACT FOR SERVICE IN
LIEU OF STATE PROVISION OF SERVICE FOR FOOD STAMP
ISSUANCE, UPON DETERMINATION BY THE DEPARTMENT THAT
CONTRACT SERVICES ARE COST EFFECTIVE, AND WITH THE
APPROVAL OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR.

THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
SHALL CONTINUE THE SUPPORTED WORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
IN BREVARD COUNTY FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 1982
THROUGH JUNE 30, 1983, AND THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR MAY AUTHORIZE THE TRANSFER OF
APPROPRIATIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 588, 590,
593, AND 598. THIS AUTHORITY AND THREE POSITIONS IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 588 ARE CONTINGENT UPON THE
NECESSARY WAIVER APPROVAL FROM THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT.



588 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FSN . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

589 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
590 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

591 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUN. ..
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

591A LUMP SUM
1982-83 AFDC NEEDS STANDARD ADJUSTMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND ...

591B LUMP SUM
PAPA WORK PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

591C LUMP SUM
1982-83 AFDC PAYMENT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
FROM GENERAL REVEE FUND . .
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .



5,060
28,767,327




211,102



5,503,946




68,871





1,082,568




300,000



2,831,167



FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 591C
ARE TO INCPEASF THE AFDC PAYMENT LEVEL BY SEVEN
PERCENT ON FEBRUARY 1, 1983.

591D LUMP SUM
FOOD STAMP PHOTO ID CARDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 750,000
FPOM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
SHALL IMPLEMENT A STATEWIDE PHOTO ID CARD PROGRAM
FROM FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
5910. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL DEVELOP A PLAN OF
IMPLEMENTATION WHICH SHALL BE REVIEWED BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES AND SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED
BY JANUARY 1, 1983.

592 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CUBAN/HAITIAN ENTRANT SERVICES
5,536,924 FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

410,069 593 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 473,432
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .
28,249
594 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FRAUD CONTRACT
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
1,302,305
595 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
7,930 FOSTER HOME CARE SUPPLEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 679,704

596 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PERSONAL CARE
SUPPLEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,152,155

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 595
AND 596 SHALL BE UTILIZED TO INCREASE ACLF AND ADULT
FOSTER HOtE RATES AND PERSONAL CARE ALLOWANCE 7.5.
ABOVE THE 1981-82 MAXIMUM RATES BEGINNING JULY 1,
1982.

A RESIDENT RECEIVING SUPPLEMENTS PROVIDED FOR IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 595 AND 596 AND DEEMED
INELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE SUCH SUPPLEMENTS DUE TO
INCREASES IN MONTHLY SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY BENEFITS
SHALL REMAIN ELIGIBLE FOR OPTIONAL STATE
SUPPLEMENTATION PROVIDED THAT THE RESIDENT'S INCOME
IS LESS THAN THE COMBINED MONTHLY MAXIIRUM BENEFIT
FOR OPTIONAL STATE SUPPLEMENTATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL
SECURITY INCOME.

597 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
MANDATORY SUPPLEMENTATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 7,445

598 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 78,850,834
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND ..
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

599 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CHILD SUPPORT INCENTIVE PAYMENTS -
POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .

COLLECTION INCENTIVE PAYMENTS IN EXCESS OF FUNDS
APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 599 SHALL BE
USED TO FUND THE 95 ADDITIONAL CHILD SUPPORT
ENFORCEMENT FIELD STAFF AND EIGHT ADMINISTRATIVE
STAFF WITHIN THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS
AUTHORIZED IN THIS APPROPRIATIONS ACT.
32,666,276
6,616,161 600 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
CHILD SUPPORT FOR NON-AFDC FAMILIES
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FU) .

909,147 601 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
PERSONAL CARE ALLOWANCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... . 270,600

7,060,67 602 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
1,796,715 REFUGEE ASSISTANCE
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

603 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
70,854 HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE
2,1 FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FURID ...



1,490,077



3,896,892



AGING AIN ADULT SERVICES

604 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 642
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 4,092,767
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . ..
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM LICENSURE FEES TRUST FUND . .

605 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 75,678



April 7, 1982



69



750,000












51,912,723




393,807



1,898,003


































133,606,706
5,398,604




1,608,365










8,707,957







47,317,899



19,657,188



325,763
4,907,501
32,259















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April 7, 1982



606 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 931,874
FROM ADMIINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .
FROM LICENSURE FEES TRUST FUND . .

607 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 537,347
FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ENSURE THAT THE FEDERAL FUNDS
USED BY THE AREA AGENCIES ON AGING FOR
ADMINISTRATION SHALL, AT A MINIMUM, BE MAINTAINED AT
THE 1981-82 ALLOCATION LEVEL.

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 1982, THE AREA AGENCIES ON
AGING SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SECURE LOCAL MATCH FOR
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 607. THIS WILL MAKE THE FUNDING 75%
FEDERAL, 15% STATE, AND 10. LOCAL. IN-KIND
CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE COUNTED AS PART OF THE REQUIRED
LOCAL MATCH.

608 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SPOUSE ABUSE PROGRAM
FROM MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES TRUST FUND .

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ALLOCATE A UNIFORM BASE AMOUNT
OF $25,000 TO EACH SPOUSE ABUSE CENTER FUNDED WITH
MARRIAGE LICENSE TRUST FUNDS. THE REMAINDER OF THE
APPROPRIATED FUNDS SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED IN TIIE SAME
PROPORTION AS THE NUMBER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES SOLD
IN THE CENTER'S CATCHIIENT AREA BEARS TO THE TOTAL
NUMBER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES SOLD STATEWIDE.
HOWEVER, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL USE NON-RECURRING
TRUST FUNDS UP TO A MAXIMUM OF $16,000 TO HOLD
HARMLESS ANY CENTERS WHICH, BECAUSE OF THE FUNDING
FORMULA SPECIFIED HEREIN, WOULD RECEIVE AN
ALLOCATION LESS THAN THE RECURRING FUNDS ALLOCATED
TO THE CENTERS IN FISCAL YEAR 1981-82.

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $400,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 608 SHALL BE CONTINGENT UPON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF AN APPROVED ALLOCATION PLAN. THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT THIS PLAN TO THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES BY SEPTEMBER 1, 1982 FOR
REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

609 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS PROGRAM
FROTM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 783,187

610 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 12,383

611 LUMP SUM
COMMUNITY CARE FOR THE ELDERLY-MEDICAID
WAIVER PROJECT
POSITIONS 37
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . 1,708,907
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

612 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LOCAL SERVICE PROGRAMS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,128,745
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

613 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 186,620

614 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY CARE FOR THE ELDERLY CORE
SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 11,982,756
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 614
SHALL BE USED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE TO
DEVELOP LEAD AGENCIES IN EVERY COUNTY AND TO PROVIDE
ACCESS TO THE CORE SERVICES FOR THE FUNCTIONALLY
IMPAIRED ELDERLY. THE REMAINING FUNDS SHALL BE
ALLOCATED TO EXISTING LEAD AGENCIES ON AN EQUITABLE
BASIS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING EXISTING SERVICES
TO A LARGER NUMBER OF CLIENTS. ENTITIES CONTRACTING
WITH THE DEPARTMENT TO PROVIDE SERVICES SHALL
PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 10% OF THE FUNDING NECESSARY
FOR THE SERVICES PROVIDED. IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS
MAY BE EVALUATED AND COUNTED AS PART OR ALL OF THE
REQUIRED LOCAL MATCH.

FUtNDS UP TO THE AMOUNT OF $1,001,153 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 614 SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED WITH PRIORITY
GIVEN TO DESOTO, HENRY AND LIBERTY COUNTIES.

615 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY CARE FOR THF ELDERLY HOME
PLACEMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 3.142,556



7,500
714,834
220,508
6,618




46,824,295

















1,074,102



































2,689,216




2,577,938

654,326









844,160

2,646,737



MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL CONTINUE TO COORDINATE THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION PROJECTS
AFTER CONSULTATION WITH THE MENTAL HEALTH BOARDS.

THE DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED TO UNDERWRITE 100% OF
APPROVED ELIGIBLE COSTS IN THE PROVISION OF SERVICES
THROUGH THE REFUGEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND THE
CUBAN/HAITIAN ENTRANT PROGRAM.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL IMPLEMENT AN ONGOING EVALUATION
OF ALL GERIATRIC AND ADULT DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION
PROJECTS. THE EVALUATION SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE
LIMITED TO, THE EFFECT OF SUCH
DEItISTITUTIONALIZATION PROGRAMS ON ADMISSIONS RATES
TO STATE HOSPITALS, NUMBERS OF CLIENTS SERVED IN
STATE HOSPITALS AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, AS WELL AS
THE COMPARISON OF PER CLIENT COSTS, AVERAGE LENGTH
OF STAY AND RECIDIVISM FOR STATE HOSPITAL PATIENTS
AND COMIlTUIIITY PROGRAM PATIENTS.

FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982-83, NO ADDITIONAL MATCH FUNDING
WILL BE REQUIRED SOLELY DUE TO THE ADDITION IN THE
GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE
AND MENTAL HEALTH BLOCK GRANT FUNDS FOR LOCAL
COIfIUIUIITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS AND ALCOHOL PROJECT
GRANTS.

FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 618,
619, AND 622 SHALL BE RELEASED AND ACCOUNTED FOR
AFTER SUBMISSION OF LINlE ITEM BUDGETS WHICH DISPLAY
TOTAL AGENCY REVENUES AID EXPENDITURES; SUCH BUDGETS
SHALL BE THE BASIS FOR AUDITING THE APPROPRIATENESS
OF THE EXPENDITURE OF THOSE FUNDS. FUNDS
APPROPRIATED IN THESE SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS SHALL
NOT BE USED TO PAY FEES TO ANY PROFESSIONAL
ORGANIZATION WHICH IS INVOLVED IN INFLUENCING THE
OUTCOME OF LEGISLATION AT THE STATE OR FEDERAL
LEVEL.

616 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

617 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

618 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 32,!
FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL
HEALTH TRUST FUND . . ..
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

FUNDS PROVIDED :14 SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 618 FOR
CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO THE
LOCAL MATCH REQUIREMENT.

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 618 FOR THE
DISTRICT MENTAL HEALTH BOARDS' ADMINISTRATION ARE
FOR CONTINUATION OF 1981-82 ALLOCATION WITH
APPROPRIATE PRICE LEVEL INCREASES AND IN COMPLIAIICE
WITH THE SPENDING LIMIT AS STATED IN SECTION
394.69(4), FLORIDA STATUTES.

FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR THE DEINS ITUTIONALIZATION OF
STATE MENTAL HOSPITAL PATIENTS SHALL BE USED TO
UNDERWRITE 100% OF ELIGIBLE COSTS OF OPERATING THE
GROUP HOMES, SATELLITE APARTMENTS AND SUPERVISED
APARTMENTS PORTION OF COMMUtNITY TREATMENT
ALTERNATIVES APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT.

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $750,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 618 SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE ADVANCE
FUNDING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF
COMMUNITY-BASED RESIDENTIAL AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS
DESIGNED TO PROVIDE ALTERNATE PLACEMENTS FOR STATE
HOSPITAL PATIENTS. FUNDS NECESSARY FOR THE
CONTINUED OPERATION OF THESE PROGRAMS MUST, AFTER A
MAXIMUM OF 12 MONTHS, COME FROM THE TRANSFER OF
RESOURCES MADE AVAILABLE AS A RESULT OF HOSPITAL
CENSUS REDUCTION. OF THIS AMOUNT, $250,000 SHALL BE
USED THROUGH CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN SOUTH
FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL AND DISTRICT 9 MENTAL HEALTH
BOARD TO FACILITATE THE DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY ADULT RESIDENTS FROM SFSH.

619 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COIMiUNITY ALCOHOLIC SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... .. 8,6
FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL
HEALTH TRUST FUND . ............
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 619, UP TO
$70,000 SHALL BE USED TO CONTINUE THE CONTRACT SMITH
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA CAMPUS ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM
AND EXISTING SUBCONTRACTS AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES AT
THE CURRENT FUNDING LEVEL.



43
185,847



119,631




504,688



35,934



70



49,495



3,608



20,135,057
4.169,798

1,698,706



6,750,149
3,587,484

53,166















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620 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES BAKER ACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 19,043,748

IN UTILIZING THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 618-6?9, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL NOT
USURP THE EXISTING rFICTIONS CF THE DISTRICT MENTAL
HEALTH BOARDS REGARDING PLANNING AND DISTRIBUTING
FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS.

621 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
INDIGENT PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1718,955

622 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY DRUG ABUSE SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5,361,606
FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL
HEALTH TRUST FUND . . .

623 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PURCHASED CLIEtlT SERVICES DRUG ABUSE -
BAUTIGARTNER ACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 948,210

624 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GRANTS AID DONATIONS TRUST FUND. .

MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTIONS

THE CONTINUED IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNIT TREATMENT
AND REHABILITATION CONCEPT SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED
WITHIN THE POSITIONS AND FUNDS APPROPRIATED.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL, UPON APPROVAL OF THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND IN CONSULTATION NITH THE
HOUSE AND SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COtMITTEES, TRANSFER
A MAXIMUMt OF 12 VACANT POSITIONS FROM ONE OR A
COtMBINATION OF ITS STATE HOSPITALS TO NORTHEAST
FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE
MINIMUM STAFFING STANDARDS AT THE FACILITY.



625 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

626 OTIER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

627 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

628 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COttiUtITY RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FU . . . .

629 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

630 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
631 LUMP SUM
EVALUATION AND TREATMENT CENTER
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES



6,387
83,863,489





1,948,969


18,927,557






1,152,803




536,004


3,891,329



380
7,212,552



FUNDS FOR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS WHICH WERE PROVIDED
THROUGH THE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES BUDGET ENTITY
PRIOR TO BEING TRANSFERRED TO THE CHILDREN, YOUTH
AND FAMILY SERVICES BUDGET ENTITY SHALL CONTINUE TO
BE MATCHED WITH 25% LOCAL FUNDS. THE ONLY
EXCEPTIONS TO THIS ARE PURCHASE OF SERVICE FUNDS
WHICH ARE USED FOR PURCHASING ON A CASE-BY-CASE
BASIS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR EMOTIONALLY
DISTURBED CHILDREN AND/OR ADOLESCENTS.

FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR FOSTER FAMILY CARE IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 647 MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO
RESIDENTIAL GROUP CARE, MAINTENANCE ADOPTION
SUBSIDY, AND MEDICAL COST OF SUBSIDIZED ADOPTIONS IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 655, 654, AND 653,
RESPECTIVELY, WHEN DETERMINED NECESSARY BECAUSE OF A
SHIFT OF CHILDREN BEING SERVED FROM THE FIRST AREA
OF CARE TO THE OTHERS.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION OF THE DISTRICT IV PROJECT FOR PERMANENCE
AND SUBMIT THE RESULTS TO THE LEGISLATURE BY JANUARY
1, 1983. THE EVALUATION SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE
LIMITED TO, THE COMPARISON OF COSTS AND SERVICES OF
THIS CONTRACT WITH COMPARABLE DEPARTMENTAL SERVICES.

632 SALARIES AlD BENEFITS POSITIONS 4,662
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. .. 35,576,948
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FU TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND. .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .



633 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 175,963
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND .. .....

634 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 12,609,200
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUD . . .

635 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY DRUG ABUSE SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 495,000

636 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 187,000
637 FOOD PRODUCTS
8,510,062 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ..... 1,246,961
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

637A LUMP SUM
CHILD ABUSE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,1000,000

6378 LUMP SUM
586 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY-POPULATION INCREASE
POSITIONS 59
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 669,081

FUNDS OF $209,144 AND 24 POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 637B ARE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A
RENOVATED JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER IN LAKE COUNTY
ON JANUARY 1, 19A3.

638 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LOCAL SERVICES PROGRAMS
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .

639 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTENSIVE CRISIS COUNSELING
FROM GENlERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 580,000

328,530 640 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CHILD DAY CARE
10,196,492 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... 2,259,424
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .



641 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSPORTATION OF RUNAWAYS
79,792 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

1,797,722 642 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CLIENT TRANSPORTATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

643 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACTED SERVICES
900,000 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

644 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION INVOLVEMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUID ....



83,559



317,257



6,843,019



233,860



645 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
70,000 PURCHASED RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT SERVICES -
EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED CHILDREN AND YOUTH
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUfD . .. 5,448,832
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .

THE BED SUBSIDY, I.E., PAYMENT OF EMPTY CONTRACTED
SLOTS, SHALL NOT EXCEED A RATE OF $50 PER BED PER
MONTH.
646 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... ... 1,670,117
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .

646A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RUNAWAY SHELTER PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 807,539

UP TO $25,000 OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
646A SHALL BE USED BY THE DEPARTMENT TO CONTRACT FOR
AN EVALUATION OF RUINAAY CENTERS IN THE STATE, WITH
EMPHASIS BEING GIVEN TO THOSE CENTERS RECEIVING
FUNDS IN THIS SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION. THE
EVALUATION SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, THE
FOLLOWING: THE TYPES, UTILIZATION RATES, AND TOTAL
COST OF SERVICES AND CARE FOR YOUTHS SERVED BY THE
CENTERS; THE NUMBER OF AND DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
ON YOUTHS SERVED; THE REFERRAL SOURCE; THE REASON
FOR REFERRAL; THE LENGTH OF STAY AT THE CENTERS; A
COMPARISON OF THE TYPES AND COSTS OF CARE AND
SERVICES PROVIDED AT CENTERS FUNDED ANDO OT FUNDED
BY THIS SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION, AS WELL AS WITH
SIMILAR OR THE SAME SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE
DEPARTMENT FOR DEPARTMENTAL CLIENTS; A COST BENEFIT
ANALYSIS OF PROVIDING CARE TO YOUTHS NOT FORMALLY IN
THE CUSTODY OF THE DEPARTMENT; AND THE IMPACT OF THE
27,480,929 ADDITIONAL FUNDING OH THE STATUS OFFENSE REFERRALS
1,002,639 TO THE DEPARTMENT, ON THE EMERGENCY SHELTER
1,833,974 REFERRALS BY THE DEPARTMENT, AND ON THE RUNAWAY



April 7, 1982



71




180,000



3,153,711
109,796
62,029










401,086

















1,125,000
3,000,932








24,472,067
1,862,396
4,044,531



1,135,810
35,100








1,959,749















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April 7, 1982



APPREHENSIONS BY LAW ENFORCEMENT. THIS EVALUATION
SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE LEGISLATURE BY MARCH 1,
1983.

ANY RUNAWAY CENTER RECEIVING FUNDS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 646A SHALL SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THE
DEPARTMENT FOR THE FUNDS RECEIVED IN THAT SUCH FUNDS
SHALL BE UTILIZED ONLY FOR DIRECT CAPE OF AND
SERVICES FOR YOUTH SERVED. ALSO FUNDS IN THIS ITEM
SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO ALL RUNAWAY CENTERS IN THE
STATE.

647 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FOSTER HOME CARE FOR CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 7,617,204
FROM DIRECT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 647 AND 655,
UP TO $322,880 ARE TO BE USED TO PROVIDE A $100
ONCE-A-YEAR SCHOOL CLOTHING ALLOWANCE FOR ALL
DEPARTMENTAL FOSTER CARE CHILDREN AGES 12 TO 18 WHO
HAVE BEEN IN FOSTER CARE FOR SIX MONTHS OR LONGER.
THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR THESE
CHILDREN WILL BE PROVIDED DIRECTLY TO THEIR FOSTER
PARENTS AND NOT TO ONE OR MORE CLOTHING STORES. IF
THE CHILDREN ARE IN RESIDENTIAL GROUP CARE, THE
FUNDS WILL BE PROVIDED TO THEIR CAREGIVER.
648 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DAY TREATMENT SERVICES FOR EMOTIONALLY
DISTURBED CHILDREN AND YOUTH
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 2,945,660
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .

649 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOUSEKEEPER SERVICES FOR CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 269,733
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .

650 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF SUPPORT SERVICES
FROMl GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 183,650
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND .. .......

651 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF ADOPTION SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... .. . 208,150

652 NOT USED

653 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAL COST OF SUBSIDIZED ADOPTIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 50,000
FROM SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .

654 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MAINTENANCE ADOPTION SUBSIDY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .. 2,863,457

655 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF RESIDENTIAL GROUP CARE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... . 4,930,982
FROM DIRECT aCSISTANCE TRUST FUND .

THE BED SUBSIDY, I.E., PAYMENT FOR EMPTY CONTRACTED
SLOTS, SHALL NOT EXCEED A RATE OF $50 PER BED PER
MONTH.

656 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WILDERIIESS THERAPEUTIC CARE SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUlD . 2,803,196

THE BED SUBSIDY, I.E., PAYMENT FOR EMPTY CONTRACTED
SLOTS, SHALL NOT EXCEED A RATE OF $50 PER BED PER
MONTH.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH INSTITUTIONS

THE DEPARTMENT MAY CONTRACT FOR THE OPERATION OF A
TRAINING SCHOOL DURING FISCAL YEAR 1982-83, PROVIDED
THAT SUCH CONTRACT SHALL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING
PROVISIONS:
(1) ALL CURRENT EMPLOYEES SHALL BE GIVEN PRIORITY
CONSIDERATION FOR EMPLOYMENT BY THE CONTRACTOR. IF
A CURRENT EMPLOYEE IS QUALIFIED FOR A POSITION BUT
NOT RETAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL
PROVIDE THE EMPLOYEE WITH A WRITTEN EXPLANATION AS
TO THE REASON FOR TERMINATION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL
GUARANTEE THAT ALL CURRENT EMPLOYEES RETAINED BY THE
CONTRACTOR SHALL RECEIVE, AT A MINIMUM, THE
EQUIVALENT TO THEIR PRESENT BENEFITS OR BETTER. THE
CONTRACTOR SHALL OFFER THE SAME SALARY LEVELS AS
THOSE OFFERED BY THE STATE FOR EQUIVALENT DUTIES.
(21 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ACCEPT ALL ADMISSIONS AS
REFERRED BY THE DEPARTMENT WITHIN THE FUNDS
APPROPRIATED FOR THE CONTRACT.
(3) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL STATE
LAWS AND REGULATIONS REGARDING THE CARE, MAINTENANCE
AND SUPERVISION OF CHILDREN COMMITTED TO THE
FACILITY. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL RETAIN ITS
RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH ALL LAWS
AND RULES, AND THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COOPERATE FULLY
1ITH THE DEPARTMENT IN THE PERFORMANCE OF SUCH
DUTIES.
(41) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COOPERATE WITH THE



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN THE PROVISION OF
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION



1,817,071
4,702,586
















782,494




20,700



SHALL HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE
NITH ALL LAWS AND RULES.
(5) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL RETAIN FOR REVIEW AN
OPERATING BUDGET BY OBJECT OF EXPENDITURE AND BY
SOURCE OF FUNDS. ALL RECORDS, FILES, AND DOCUMENTS
PERTAINING TO THE OPERATION OF THIS FACILITY SHALL
BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AS PROVIDED BY LAWS AND
REGULATIONS.
(6) THE DEPARTMENT MAY TERMINATE THE CONTRACT
WITH 30 DAYS' WRITTEN NOTICE, UPON APPROVAL BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND IN CONSULTATION
WITH THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES.
(7) THERE SHALL BE AN INDEPENDENT EVALUATION OF
THE CONTRACTOR'S PERFORMANCE CONDUCTED BY THE
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION. THIS EVALUATION
SHALL BE DONE AT NO COST TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

SHOULD A CONTRACT FOR MANAGEMENT OF A TRAINING
SCHOOL BE APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT, THEN THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR SHALL RESERVE 224
POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 657.

657 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 60
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 4,
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND. .

658 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

659 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . . 1,9

660 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

661 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FU .

662 NOT USED



)7
(05,542




103,676


996,544


226,137


521,546



956,760 DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,363,152 WITHIN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 673 AND 677SHALL BE USED TO AWARD A
PRICE LEVEL INCREASE TO DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINING
PROGRAMS.

APPROPRIATIONS FOR THIS BUDGET ENTITY CONTEMPLATE
THAT FUNDS PROVIDED FOR THE PURCHASE OR PROVISION OF
CLUSTER AND INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITY SERVICES MAY
EXCEED THE AMOUNTS NEEDED TO PROVIDE THESE SERVICES
53,788 DUE TO THE FACT THAT PROJECTED PLACEMENT SLOTS MAY
NOT DEVELOP. SHOULD THE DEPARTMENT PROJECT THAT
THIS WILL OCCUR, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVERNOR, UPON APPLICATION FROM THE DEPARTMENT AND
IN CONSULTATION WITH THE HOUSE AND SENATE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, IS AUTHORIZED TO TRANSFER
EXCESS FUNDS BETWEEN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 670,
672, AND 674, IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM
UTILIZATION OF THESE DOLLARS AND TO ACCELERATE THE
317,048 SCHEDULE OF SUNLAND DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A FEE
SCHEDULE PLAN FOR SERVICES PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 677 AND 678. FEES ASSESSED BY A
VENDOR, FOR SERVICES TO A CLIENT, MAY NOT EXCEED THE
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL APPROVED RATE OF
PROVIDING SERVICES TO THE CLIENT AND THE REVENUE
RECEIVED FOR THE SERVICE FROM OTHER SOURCES.



663 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FIUD .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FU . . . .

664 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

665 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

666 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY RETARDATION SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUN .

667 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FLORIDA SPECIAL OLYMPICS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND.....

668 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

669 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

670 LUMP SUM
REPLACEMENT FACILITIES FOR THE SEVERELY
AND PROFOUtDLY NON-AMBULATORY RETARDED
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



414
4,916,244



14,372


1,198,460





663,815




138,319


15.522


13,298




92
5,791,623



72



3,370,015
80,692



175,516



1,628,434
296,346

270,336



265,854
5,332




900,000















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FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

671 LUMP SUM
SERVICES FOR RETARDED CLIENTS FLORIDA
STATE HOSPITAL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .



3,822,752



85,511



672 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASED CLUSTER SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 98,693
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

672A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
START-UP FUNDS GROUP HOMES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 80,000

673 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... 24,694,566
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $99,300 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 673 SHALL BE USED TO FUND THE
OPERATION OF THE COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM
(ADULT RANCH).

FUNDS UP TO THE AMOUNT OF $200,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 673 SHALL BE USED TO CONTRACT FOR
BEHAVIORALLY ORIENTED RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT THE
ST. PETERSBURG REGIONAL CENTER.

674 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTERMEDIATE CARE FACTLITY/MENTa..LY
RETARDED COtlIUNITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 13,929,839
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . .. .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 674 SHALL BE
RELEASED ONLY UPON CONSULTATION WITH THE HOUSE AND
SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES AND THE EXECUTIVE
OFFICE OF THE GOVERIIOR.

THE DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 670 TO SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
674 TO FUND THE ICF/MR FACILITY AT QUINCY, PROVIDED
THAT THIS FACILITY OBTAINS A VALID CERTIFICATE OF
NEED BY JULY 1, 1982.
675 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TEMPORARY LOANS INTERMEDIATE CARE
FACILITIES/MENTALLY RETARDED
FROM ITERMEDIATE CARE
FACILITIES/MENTALLY RETARDED /GROUP
LIVING HOME REVOLVING TRUST FUND ..

675A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
JERRY THOMAS ADVOCACY PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 67,250

676 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACTED CASEWORK SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 370,347

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL CONDUCT A COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION OF THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY STATEWIDE
CONTRACT AND SUBMIT THE RESULTS OF THIS EVALUATION
TO THE LEGISLATURE BY JANUARY 1, 1983. THE
EVALUATION SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, THE
COMPARISON OF COSTS AND SERVICES OF THIS CONTRACT
WITH DEPARTMENTAL CASE MANAGEMENT.

677 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INDEPENDENIT/FAMILY LIVING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 11,477,577
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUND . . . .

678 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUItE . .. 3,719,659
FUTDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 678 FOR EPILEPSY
PROGRAMS SHALL BE ALLOCATED UTILIZING A FORMULA
WHICH PROVIDES A BASE ALLOCATION IN AN AMOUNT NOT
LESS THAN THAT ALLOCATED IN THE PREVIOUS FISCAL
YEAR. HOWEVER, IF CASELOADS IN SUCH PROGRAMS ARE
LESS THAN THE PREVIOUS YEAR, THE FORMULA SHALL BE
ALTERED TO REFLECT THESE REDUCTIONS. ANY REMAINING
FUNDS SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED AMONG EPILEPSY PROGRAMS
IN PROPORTION TO THE NUMBER OF CLIENTS SERVED.

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES INSTITUTIONS
TWENTY POSITIONS CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED AT THE FORT
MYERS SUNLANI CENTER SHALL BE UTILIZED TO COMPLETE
THE STAFFING PATTERN FOR THE PROGRAM FOR
AGGRESSIVE/DEFENDANT CLIENTS.

679 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 5,743
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUIN . .. 53,934,865
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROI OPERATIONS AID MAINTENANCE TRUST
FUID . . . . .



14,056



680 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,377,624
FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TRUST
FU . . .

FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $13,000 IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 680 SHALL PROVIDE ADJUSTMENTS IN OPS
MEDICAL STAFF SALARIES.



681 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATIONS AID MAINTENANCE TRUST
101,276 FUtN . . . .

682 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GEIIEPAL REVENUE FUND . .

683 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

6,105,525 684 NOT USED

1,247,747 HEALTH SERVICES

685 SALARIES ATN BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .....
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

686 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

687 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD ....
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FU .

688 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
17,651,941



11,347,993





434,153


2,124,260






565
3,610,002



60,980



2,120,745




3,985,944



FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 688 EXTEND SCHOOL
HEALTH SERVICES TO MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS STATEWIDE.

689 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY HEALTH UNITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 36,568,653
FROM COUNTY HEALTH UNIT TRUST FUND .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .

GENERAL REVENUE AND TITLE XX FUNDS PROVIDED IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 689 MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO THE
PROPER TRUST FUNDS FOR DISBURSEMENT.

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 689, UP TO
$45,000 SHALL BE USED TO CONDUCT REPAIRS AND
RENOVATIONS AT THE FLAGLER COUNTY HEALTH CLINIC
CONTINGENT UPON AN EQUIVALENT CONTRIBUTION OF
201,354 $45,000 FROM FLAGLER COUNTY.

689A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION COUNTY HEALTH UNIT
FACILITIES
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,000,000

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL USE THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 689A TO PROVIDE GRANTS TO BOARDS OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION,
RENOVATION AND/OR REPAIR OF COUNTY HEALTH UNIT
FACILITIES. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL RECEIVE
APPLICATIONS FROM BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR
THE PROPOSED GPAtlTS. SUCH FUNDS SHALL BE PROVIDED
TO COUNTIES ON A MATCHING BASIS WITH THE STATE
CONTRIBUTION RANGING FROM 25 PERCENT TO 50 PERCENT
DEPENDING UPON THE PRIORITY NEED OF THE APPLICANT.

690 AID TO LOCAL GOVERITMENTS
IMPROVED PREGNANCY OUTCOME PROGRAM
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,825,879
6,393,334
FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 690 SHALL BE USED TO
1,520,628 SUPPORT A STATEWIDE IMPROVED PREGNANCY OUTCOME
PROGRAM.

691 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNED ....... 14,127
FROM GRANTS AtD DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

692 LUMP SUt
REGIONAL DIABETES CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 955,035

693 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 250,000

694 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DRUGS, VACCINES AN OTHER BIOLOGICAL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 2,559,754

695 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
KIDNEY DISEASE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUH . .. 547,745

696 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
423,151 KIDNEY DISEASE PREVENTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .. 68,464
15,964,928



372,437







33,668

1,096,066



46,425,174
6.230,215







































13,306



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556,309







5,107,046



556,794



3,867,182















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FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 696 ARE FOR THE
HYPERTENSION PROGRAM AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN
JACKSONVILLE.

697 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN
FROM GRANTS ANDl DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

HEALTH TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL

BY JANUARY 1, 1983, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO
THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE AND THE SPEAKER OF THE
HOUSE A STUDY THAT DESCRIBES THE ACTUAL EXPENDITURE
FOR ALL PROGRAMS CURRENTLY OPERATING WITHIN THE A.
G. HOLLEY SERVICES COMPLEX. THE STUDY SHALL ANALYZE
THE BUDGET FOR THE TB HOSPITAL BY APPROPRIATION
CATEGORY AND SOURCE OF FUNDS AID IDENTIFY THE AMOUNT
OF EXPENDITURES SPECIFICALLY SPENT FOR THE TREATMENT
OF TB PATIENTS AND SHALL FURTHER IDENTIFY THE AMOUNT
OF EXPENDITURES BUDGETED FOR THE TB HOSPITAL BUT
ACTUALLY PROVIDED IN OTHER PROGRAMS OPERATING AT THE
A. G. HOLLEY SERVICES COMPLEX. THE STUDY SHALL
IDENTIFY THE ACTUAL DOLLARS EXPENDED, THE AMOUNT OF
FUNDS REIMBURSED TO THE TB HOSPITAL FROMl EACH
SATELLITE PROGRAM AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS,
AND THE ESTIMATED DOLLAR VALUE OF SERVICES PROVIDED
TO THE A. G. HOLLEY SERVICES COMPLEX BY PRISON
INMATES. ALL SATELLITE PROGRAMS AND THE DEPARTMENT
OF CORRECTIONS SHALL COOPERATE WITH THE DEPARTMENT
IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STUDY.



698 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND .

699 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND .

700 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND .

701 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

702 FOOD PRODUCTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND .

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES

703 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .

704 NOT USED

705 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FU .

705A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
HOUSING FOR HANDICAPPED PERSONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .

706 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .

707 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EXTENDED EMPLOYMENT FOR THE
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

708 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

709 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST FUND .

710 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SPINAL CORD INJURY PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES

711 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND . .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK
GRANT TRUST FUND . . .

712 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .
FROM FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .

713 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVEIIUE F . .
FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND . .
FRO FEDERAL AID TRUST FUND TITLE XX .
FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK
6RANT TRUST FD . . .



250
2,316,405



20,593



997,240



20,474


112,138




858
3,008,644





567,317




41,000


12,137





328,545



111,624



3,161,878




645,612



301
2,525,747






194,179



420,359



714 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PERINATAL PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . . 24,519,083

OF THE AMOUNT IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 714, NOT
MORE THAN $331,175 MAY BE USED TO PROVIDE
26,283,445 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE
PERINATAL PROGRAM.

OF THE AMOUNT IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 714, UP TO
$300,000 IS PROVIDED FOR PILOT PROGRAMS AT EACH OF
THE DADE, HILLSBOROUGH, AND ALACHUA COUNTY PERINATAL
CENTERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM
TO EVALUATE AND TRACK PERINATAL PATIENTS SERVED IN
SAID CENTER.

OF THE AMOUNT IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 714, FUNDS
ARE PROVIDED TO ALLOW GREATER AVAILABILITY TO THE
LEVEL III NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITS BY
MINIMIZING THE LENGTH OF STAY IN THOSE UNITS.

IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 714 $3,000,000 SHALL BE
USED FOR STEPDOWN CARE WHICH SHALL PROVIDE CARE ONLY
FOR THOSE INFANTS WHO HAVE BEEN DEEMED BY THEIR
ATTENDING PHYSICIAN TO BE MEDICALLY APPROPRIATE FOR
TRANSFER TO THIS LESSER LEVEL OF INTENSIVE CARE FROM
LEVEL III RPICC SERVICES.

THE REMAINING $3,000,000 IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
714 IS INTENDED TO BE USED FOR THE PROVISION OF
STEPDOWN CARE, HOWEVER, IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY,
THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES MAY USE A PORTION OF THESE
1,120,324 FUNDS FOR OTHER PURPOSES WITHIN THE RPICC PROGRAM.

715 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SICKLE CELL EDUCATION AND SCREENING
21,307 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .... 61,901

716 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
REGIONAL GENETICS PROGRAM
78,036 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 525,701
FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND . .
FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK
GRANT TRUST FUND . . .

717 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 23,181
368,074
717A LUMP SUM
INFANT HEARING SCREENING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 272,500

718 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
10,222,667 PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 20,529,912
FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND . .
FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BLOCK
GRANT TRUST FUND . . .

1,997,087 OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
718, UP TO $95,000 MAY BE CONTRACTED FOR A
CHILDREN'S CANCER PROGRAM.

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 718, UP TO
$100,000 SHALL BE USED TO CONTRACT WITH THE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA MEDICAL SCHOOL TO FUND THE
PULMONARY DISEASE CENTER, UP TO $100,000 FOR THE
48,550 RENAL DISEASE PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
FLORIDA, AND UP TO $100,000 FOR THE CHILD
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT THE MAILMAN CENTER IN MIAMI.

719 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
KIDNEY DISEASE PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 699,396

720 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RHEUMATIC FEVER
FROM GENERAL REVEtUE FUND .. . 102,184

721 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CYSTIC FIBROSIS
15,025,273 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .59,555
722 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAL SERVICES FOR ABUSED AND NEGLECTED
CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... . 3,313,849
FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 722 SHALL BE USED TO
ESTABLISH MULTIDISCIPLINARY CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT
TEAMS IN EACH DISTRICT.
1,723,345 722A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CLEFT LIP, CLEFT PALATE AND CRANIO-FACIAL
26,92ANOMALY PROGRAM

FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 100,000

123,356 FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 722A ARE FOR THE
PLAtNING OF A STATEWIDE PROGRAM AND THE DEVELOPMENT
OF A REGISTRY, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES INCLUDING THE
CRITERIA FOR TREATMENT AND CARE OF CHILDREN WITH



62,310 CLEFT LIP, CLEFT PALATE AND CRANIO-FACIAL ANOMALIES
451,718 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE FLORIDA CLEFT PALATE
ASSOCIATION. THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT IS
88,066 EMPOWERED TO APPOINT AN APPROPRIATE ADVISORY



April 7, 1982



175,000

40,000











1,656,954

3,116,375






























200,000















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COUNCIL, 1HO SHALL SERVE WITHOUT PAY, BUT THEY MAY
BE REIMBURSED FOR NECESSARY EXPENSES IN ACCORDANCE
WITH S. 112.061, F. S. SUCH EXPENSES SHALL COME
FROM THIS APPROPRIATION.

MEDICAID SERVICES

FUNDS WITHIN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 726 THROUGH 752
MAY BE USED AS CONTRACT FOR SERVICE FUNDS FOR HEALTH
MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS OR PREPAID HEALTH PLANS
FOR SERVICES PROVIDED TO MEDICAID ELIGIBLE CLIENTS.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL DETERMINE FOR WHICH HRS
PROGRAIIS TITLE XIX FUNDS ARE NOT BEING EARNED TO THE
FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE. THE DEPARTMENT IS
AUTHORIZED TO MODIFY MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY AND
SERVICE COVERAGE IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE TITLE XIX
FUNDING OF THESE PROGRAIIS. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL
SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES BY JANUARY 1, 1983, ON THE
STATUS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE TITLE XIX
FUNDING SHIFTS.

NEWBORNS WHOSE MOTHERS ARE MEDICAID RECIPIENTS AIID
WHOSE MOTHERS STATE AN INTENTION TO APPLY FOR AFDC
BENEFITS FOR THE NEWBORN, SHALL, AT BIRTH, BE
IMMEDIATELY COVERED BY MEDICAID UNDER THEIR MOTHER'S
MEDICAID NUMBER FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED 2 MONTHS.
THE DEPARTMENT AND SHALL ENSURE, BY EVERY
APPROPRIATE MEASURE, THAT DURING THIS PERIOD THE
MEDICAID APPLICATION ON THE CHILD IS COMPLETED. IF
THE CHILD IS DETERMINED INELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAID,
BENEFITS SHALL CEASE IMMEDIATELY.

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PURSUE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF
COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES IN THE MEDICAID PROGRAM
EXCEPT FOR CO-PAYMENT ON PRESCRIBED MEDICINES AND
SERVICE REDUCTIONS UNLESS MANDATED BY FEDERAL LAW OR
REGULATIONS. PRIOR TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE
MEASURES, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL CONSULT WITH THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF TIE GOVERNOR AND THE HOUSE AND
SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 749 SHALL BE USED TO
ESTABLISH A ONE-YEAR COST CONTAItMENT DEMONSTRATION
PROJECT TESTING THE IMPACT OF MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT
FOR ORAL HEMATINICS IlN A NURSING HOME SETTING AND
FOOD SUPPLEMENTS ON REDUCING HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS
ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE NON-AVAILABILITY OF THESE
PRODUCT CATEGORIES TO THE MEnTrAID CLIENT. ANY
SURPLUS GENERATED IN 6Du&CIFIC APPROPRIATION 737 AS A
RESULT OF THIS DEMONSTRATION PROJECT MAY BE
TRANSFERRED TO SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 749 TO FUND
THE PROJECT.

THE MAXIMUM INCOME ELIGIBILITY STANDARD FOR THE
INSTITUTIONAL CARE PROGRAM SHALL BE INCREASED TO
$786 EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1982, IN ORDER THAT
RECIPIENTS WILL NOT BECOME INELIGIBLE BECAUSE OF THE
AUTOMATIC INCREASE IN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS.



723 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .

723A OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

724 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TIUST FUND . .

725 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

726 NOT USED

726A LUMP SUM
1982-83 AFDC NEEDS STANDARD ADJUSTMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

727 NOT USED
728 LUMP SUM
TITLE XIX FUNDING STRATEGY
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

729 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAID FISCAL CONTRACT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM LOCAL AGENCY TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

730 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAID SURVEILLANCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND. ...
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

731 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PREPAID HEALTH PLANS/HEALTH MAINTENANCE
ORGANIZATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUN . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .



732 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPICE SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

733 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROSTHETIC DEVICES FOR ADULTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GPANTS TRUST FUND .. ...


734 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RURAL HEALTH SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

735 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PHYSICIANS SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND .. ...

736 SPECIAL CATEGCPIES
NURSE PRACTITIONER SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

737 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HOSPITAL INPATIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND .. ...



264
962.910



114,190



358,786



1,604






1,683,378










3,097,301






146,307






2,492,709



48,779




3,612,646





107,116




17,201,419





38,663




79,776,364



FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 737 MAY BE USED TO
REIMBURSE FOR NEWBORN HOSPITAL DAYS WHICH ARE
CONCURRENT WITH THE MOTHER'S HOSPITAL STAY.

738 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NURSING HOME CARE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 95,429,097
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 738 SHALL BE USED TO
IMPLEMENT THE NEW LOIG-TERM CARREIMBURSEMENT PLAN
ON APRIL 1, 1983. HOWEVER, FUNDS SHALL NOT BE USED
FOR INCENTIVES FOR DIRECT PATIENT CARE COST ITEMS TO
UNRATED FACILITIES. FURTHER, INCENTIVES THAT ARE
BASED ON THE NURSING HOME RATING SYSTEM SHALL NOT BE
IMPLEMENTED UNTIL ALL THE NURSING HOMES HAVE BEEN
RATED UNDER THE NEW SYSTEM. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL
NOT REIMBURSE ANY PORTION OF DIRECT PATIENT CARE
COSTS THAT EXCEED THE REIMBURSEMENT CEILING
ESTABLISHED IN THE LONG-TERM CARE REIMBURSEMENT
PLAN.

THE MAXIMUM INCOME ELIGIBILITY STANDARD FOR THE
INSTITUTIONAL CARE PROGRAM SHALL BE INCREASED TO
$786 EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1982, IN ORDER THAT
RECIPIENTS WILL NOT BECOME INELIGIBLE BECAUSE OF THE
AUTOMATIC INCREASE IN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS.



739 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
2,578t731 HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM LOCAL AGENCY TRUST FUND. ...
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
342,570 FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .
740 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER LAB AND X-RAY SERVICES
517581 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

604 741 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SUPPLEMENTAL MEDICl. INSURANCE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

742 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
2,166,70HOSPITAL INSURANCE BENEFITS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

743 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITAL PROGRAM
4,398,609 FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .

744 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL PROGRAM
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
8,950,006
89,640 745 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
1,110,760 HOME HEALTH SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND. . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND. ..

443,343 746 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
1,474 EARLY AND PERIODIC SCREENING OF CHILDREN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

747 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
7,275104 FAMILY PLANNING
8,813 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



6,486,080






238,016





9,910,808



1,425,193





3,968,783



117,461



April 7, 1982



75



61,813




4,953,554
1,452,129




135,738




23,913,029
7,003,943




48,995




107,939,632
17,028,380








121,332,315
331,045
























5,709,788
15,327,204
2,788,839




332,881
87,645




11,129,205
417,981




5,884,153



6,513,216



192,000




1,824,063
14,247




5,491,189
364,531















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 7, 1982



FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

748 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PATIENT TRANSPORTATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,6
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

IN AN EFFORT TO MAKE MAXIMUM USE OF AVAILABLE
TRANSPORTATION DOLLARS, THE MEDICAID PROGRAM SHALL
DEVELOP AND ESTABLISH UNIFORM REIMBURSEMENT
METHODOLOGIES OF TAXI SERVICES. A PILOT PROJECT
SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED IN DISTRICT V WHEREBY THE
MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL REIMBURSEMENT FEE FOR TAXI
SERVICES SHALL BE $16 PER TRIP. THE DEPARTMENT,
WORKING WITH THE TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED
COUNCIL, SHALL ASSIST IN SCHEDULING CLIENTS TO MAKE
THE MOST EFFICIENT USE OF TAXI SERVICES INCLUDING
MORE THAN ONE CLIENT PER TRIP.

749 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 23,0
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 749 SHALL BE USED TO
INCREASE THE PHARMACISTS' DISPENSING FEES TO $3.33
PER CLAIM EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1982.

750 NOT USED

751 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTEREDIATE CARE FACILITY/MENTALLY
RETAPDED
FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND .. . .

752 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEDICAL ADULT DAY CARE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 8
FROM MEDICAL CAPE TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . .

HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES, DEPARTMENT OF

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 756, 765,
771, AMD 777 00 OT CONEPLTEPLA THE REPLACEMENT OF
ADMINISTRATIVE AUTOMOBILES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982-83.

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

753 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 24
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 3,6
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

754 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .

755 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 9
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

756 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

756A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW ENFORCEMENT BONUS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,0

757 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO HIGHWAY PATROL INSURANCE TRUST
FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

758 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENT OF DEATH AND DISMEMBERMENT CLAIMS
FROM HIGHWAY PATROL INSURANCE TRUST FUND

759 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2

FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL, DIVISION OF

760 SALARIES AIN BENEFITS POSITIONS 2,10
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .......... 35,0
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND . .

TEN CLERK II'S PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
760 ARE TO BE DELETED JANUARY 1, 1983, AS A RESULT
OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT REPORT
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM.

761 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2

762 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .. 3,8
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND ...

763 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN) ....... 7



FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FU .....



94,863

















84,960
















51,348



'9
45,491



9,018


97,189



72,558



111,576




40,000



78,380



6
32,844









05,826


74,696




17,730



813,611 764 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
10,936 OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND . .

765 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
3,457,468 ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
60,129 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND ...

766 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND . .

767 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND . .

DRIVER LICENSES, DIVISION OF



30,620,771
5,482,796



7,357,488




4,962,781




1,100,095



435,589



768 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,113
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 9344,935
FROM ACCIDENT REPORTS TRUST FUND . .

NO FUNDS MAY BE USED TO PAY A SALARY TO ANY PERSON
RECEIVING PAY FROM THE FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL
RETIREMENT SYSTEM IN THE DIVISION OF DRIVER LICENSES
WERE SUCH SALARY WOULD BE IN EXCESS OF THAT PAID
FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF BEGINNING NON-EXPERIENCED
PEPSONNlEL UNLESS SUCH PERSONS OR PERSON WAS EMPLOYED
BY THE DIVISION OF DRIVER LICENSES ON APRIL 1, 1971.

769 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 399,168



66,238,621 770 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 4,0

771 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,103,860
19,752 772 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF DRIVER LICENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,6

773 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 4,
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

MOTOR VEHICLES, DIVISION OF

774 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 48
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 6,1

19,345 775 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

776 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,6

777 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
7,973 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

778 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF LICEtNSE PLATES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 37

779 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 2,4
FROM FLORIDA REAL TItlE VEHICLE
INFORMATION SYSTEM TRUST FUND . .

KIRKMAN DATA CENTER

THE DEPARTMENT SHALL NOT ACQUIRE ANY EDP EQUIPMENT
OR MAINTENANCE FOR SAID EQUIPMENT AT PRICES WHICH
EXCEED THE MANUFACTURER'S LIST PRICES FOR SAID
40,000 EQUIPMENT OR MAINTENANCE.

780 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 25
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

781 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU . .

782 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
28,157 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .
2,658.957 783 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACTUAL DATA ENTRY SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

783A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TAX COLLECTOR NETWORK-COUNTY SYSTEMS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU ....

784 NOT USED

INSURANCE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND TREASURER
119,333
63,397 OFFICE OF THE TREASURER AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

785 SALARIES At) BENEFITS POSITIONS 12
79041FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . ... 3
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .



)37,309


107,816



639,644


635,844




3
.97,528


.09,521


655,423


36,928



'25,835


i16,728



57



7
38,465



2,284,697



76



541,126




548,798




85,637



68,645





6,000,000



91,258



4,400,000



3,573,746


3,927,588


2,552,625



181,026



2,798,336














JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



786 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COeMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

787 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

788 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. .. . .. .

788A LUMP SUM
IMPLEMENTATION OF CS/CS/HB607
POSITIONS
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

FUNDS AND POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 788A
ARE CONTINGENT UPON CS/CS/HB 607 OR SIMILAR
LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

789 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .........



59,392




2,965



11



TREASURY, DIVISION OF

790 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 44
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 731,623

791 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,589

792 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 190,201

793 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 12,913

794 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .. 244,320

INSURANCE RATING, DIVISION OF

795 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 84
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

796 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUD . .. .. .. ..

797 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST F . . . .
798 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST F . . . .

799 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FU ) .. . . .

INSURANCE COMPANY REGULATION, DIVISION OF

800 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 97
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . .

801 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. ..........

802 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COtMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

803 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. . .......

804 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMtISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

REHABILITATION AND LIQUIDATION, DIVISION OF

805 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 40
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. ...... ...

806 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. . .......

807 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COtMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUID ...............

808 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUN I ............



INSURANCE CONSUMER SERVICES, DIVISION OF

54,645 809 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 230
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

810 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
538,688 FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND ...............
811 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
25,385 TRUST FU . . . .
25,385
812 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUN . . . .

300000 812A LUMP SUM
IMPLEMENTATION OF HB 1137
POSITIONS 3
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

FUNDS AND POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 812A
ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 1137 OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION
102,383 BECOMING LAW.
813 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

STATE FIRE MARSHAL, DIVISION OF

814 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 95
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

815 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND ...............

816 EXPENSES
FROtM FIRE COLLEGE PUBLICATION REVOLVING
TRUSTFU0 ..........
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND ...............

817 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
1,937,443 FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

817A LUMP SUM
547 REVISION OF LICENSING & PERMIT FEE
247ACTIVITIES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FU . . . .
516,845 FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 817A ARE CONTINGENT
UPON HB 42 OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

5,830 818 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FU . . . .
156,691
819 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUII ........

RISK MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF
2,121,707
820 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 44
FROM CASUALTY INSURANCE TRUST FUN .
FROM FIRE INSURANCE TRUST FUND . .
8,745
821 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CASUALTY INSURANCE TRUST FUND .

795,704 822 EXPENSES
FROM CASUALTY INSURANCE TRUST FUN .
FROM FIRE INSURANCE TRUST FUND . .

6,605 823 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CASUALTY INSURANCE TRUST FEI) .
FROM FIRE INSURANCE TRUST FUND . .

72,341 824 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM CASUALTY INSURANCE TRUST FUN .
FROM FIRE INSURANCE TRUST FUND . .

INSURANCE FRAUD, DIVISION OF

811,541 625 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 33
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FU . . . .

236,730 826 NOT USED

827 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
8,800 TRUST FUND ...............

828 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
35,497 TRUST FUND ...............



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77



3,859,599



5,207



954,260



72,861





60,921







441,451





1,742,237



15,016



20,000

445,349



80,628





20,000







480,000


102,076




811,313
95,910


15,000


1,144,707
745,519


7,273
632


9,513
6,408



755,307





215,451



4,000















78



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828A DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS, DIVISION OF

829 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FU . . .

830 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND .. ... .. .. .

831 EXPENSES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

832 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . . .

833 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S REGULATORY
TRUST FUND . . .

HOSPITAL COST CONTAINMENT BOARD

834 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 2
FROM HOSPITAL COST CONTAINMENT TRUST
FUID . . .

835 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM HOSPITAL COST CONTAINMENT TRUST
FUND . . . . .

836 EXPENSES
FROM HOSPITAL COST CONTAINMENT TRUST
FUND . . . . .

837 NOT USED

838 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM HOSPITAL COST CONTAINMENT TRUST
FUND . . . . .

TREASURER'S MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER

839 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

840 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

841 NOT USED

842 NOT USED

JUDICIAL BRANCH

THE SUPREME COURT SHALL COORDINATE SMITH THE FIRST
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL AND THE FLORIDA STATE
UNIVERSITY LAW LIBRARY THE PURCHASING OF LIBRARY
BOOKS AND MATERIALS TO MINIMIZE DUPLICATION AND
MAXIMIZE APPROPRIATED FUNDS FOR THIS USE.

SUPREME COURT

THE SUPREME COURT SHALL ESTABLISH RULES AIND
PROCEDURES FOR THE ACQUISITION AND PURCHASE OF
COMMODITIES FOR THE STATE COURTS SYSTEM WHICH SHALL
BE CONSISTENT WITH THE INTENT AND PURPOSE OF
CHAPTERS 287 AND 255 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES.

THE STATE COURTS ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE SHALL
PROVIDE COORDINATION, STANDARDIZATION, TRAINING, AND
OTHER ASSISTANCE TO ALL WITNESS COORDINATION UNITS
ESTABLISHED BY EACH COUNTY.

843 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 91
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .... 2,4
FROM DWI SCHOOLS COORDINATION TRUST FUN .

844 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM DWI SCHOOLS COORDINATION TRUST FUND .

845 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 6
FROM COURT EDUCATION TRUST FUIN .....
FROM DWI SCHOOLS COORDINATION TRUST FUND .

FUtIDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 845 FROM COURT
EDUCATION TRUST FUND ARE CONTINGENT UPON CS/SB 415
OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW CREATING THE
COURT EDUCATION TRUST FUND AND PROVIDING AN
ADDITIONAL $1 SERVICE CHARGE ON CERTAIN CIVIL
ACTIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE FUND.

846 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

846A LUMP SUM1
STATEWIDE GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM
POSITIONS 31



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 7



14






















25



















11



8
36,394



61,013



18,304











59,771



5000
50,000



846B LUMP SUM
SENTENCING GUIDELINES PROJECT
22,714 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 360,000

847 NOT USED

847A LUMP SUM
GUARDIANSHIP PILOT PROGRAM
271,287 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 160,000

848 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
DISCRETIONARY FUNDS OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE
1,500 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... .... .. 5,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 848 MAY BE EXPENDED
AT THE UNRESTRICTED DISCRETION OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE
85,482 IN CARRYING OUT THE OFFICIAL DUTIES OF THE COURT.
THESE FUNDS SHALL BE DISBURSED BY THE COMPTROLLER
UPON RECEIPT OF VOUCHERS AUTHORIZED BY THE CHIEF
JUSTICE. THE CHIEF JUSTICE SHALL SUBMIT A REPORT TO
2,010 THE LEGISLATURE BY SEPTEMBER 1 OF EACH YEAR WHICH
STATES THE SPECIFIC EXPENSES PAID WITH THIS FUND IN
THE PRIOR YEAR.

5,678 849 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVEIS!E FUND . .. 634,168

ADMINISTERED FUNDS JUDICIAL

850 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
560,557 PAY1EIIT TO JURORS AND WITNESSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 6,400,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 850 SHALL BE USED
62,850 SOLELY FOR THE PAYMENT OF JURORS AND WITNESSES.

851 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MEALS AND LODGING FOR JURORS
195,309 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 265,825

852 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMPENSATION TO RETIRED JUDGES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 175,000
103,693 853 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES OF COURT
REPORTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 813,631
583,141 854 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PRINTING REPORTS
719,624 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 188,400
855 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
JUDICIAL NOMINATING COMMISSION EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 15,000

856 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATEWIDE GRAND JURY EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... . 145,000

857 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNIES ON EXECUTIVE ASSIGNMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUIN . .. 70,000

858 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW INTERN PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 162,366

858A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROSECUTORS' MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
FROM BLOCK GPANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 858A ARE CONTINGENT
UPON A COIflITtlENT BY THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY'S
ASSOCIATION TO THE STATEWIDE IMPLEMENTATION BY
JAINUAPY 1, 1984 OF THE PROSECUTION MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION SYSTEM PROMISE) OR A SIMILAR AUTOMATED
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM, WHICH SHALL, BY THIS
DATE, HAVE PRODUCED AT LEAST ONE AUTOMATED STATEWIDE
REPORT TO INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO, A
38,236 COMPILATION OF THOSE ELEMENTS INCLUDED IN THE
WORKLOAD REPORT FOR STATE ATTORNEYS SUBMITTED AND
APPROVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER
1, 1982. OF THESE FUNDS, NO MORE THAN $175,000
20,640 SHALL BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING SALARY
COMPENSATION TO PERSOtNNEL INVOLVED WITH THIS
PROJECT. NO OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL SHALL BE FUL)ED BY
2086 A THIS APPROPRIATION UNLESS APPROVED BY THE
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES. HO
18,9 CONFERENCE, SEMINAR, EDUCATION OR SIMILAR FEES SHALL
BE FUNDED FROM THIS APPROPRIATION. ALL EQUIPMENT
PURCHASES, LEASES, OR RENTALS SHALL FIRST BE
SUBMITTED TO AND APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE
JUSTICE DATA CENTER FOR COST EFFICIENCY AIND
COMPATIBILITY WITH THE INFORMATION SYSTEM USED BY
THE SUPREME COURT AND THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
(JUSTIS). PERIODIC REPORTS ON THE PROGRESS OF THIS
IMPLEMENTATION SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES ON OR BEFORE EACH OF THE
FOLLOWING DATES: SEPTEMBER 1, 1982; JANUARY 1,
1983; MAY 1, 1983; SEPTEMBER 1, 1983; AND JANUARY 1,
1984. THESE REPORTS SHALL INCLUDE AN ACCOUNTING OF
ALL FUNDS USED OR COMMITTED DURING EACH REPORTING
PERIOD AND TOTAL TO EACH DATE OF THE REPORT; A



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WRITTEN STATEMENT OF APPROVAL BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE
JUSTICE DATA CENTER ON ALL EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONS;
THE NUMBER AND IDENTIFICATION OF EACH CIRCUIT
IMPLEMENTING AN APPROVED AUTOMATED SYSTEM DURING THE
REPORTING PERIOD; AND A CALCULATION OF ANY EXPECTED
COST TO THE CIRCUIT FOR CONTINUING THE SYSTEM.

UP TO $15,000 OF THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 858A MAY BE EXPENDED FOR THE PURPOSE
OF REIMBURSING THE JUSTICE DATA CENTER FOR
EXPENDITURES RELATED TO PROMISE.

859 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
WITNESS FEES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. 2,463,140

THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 859 ARE
CONTINGENT UPON SB 715 OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION
BECOMING LAW AUTHORIZING SUCH EXPENDITURES.

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 859 ARE CONTINGENT
UPON THE MATCHING CONTRIBUTION BY EACH COUNTY OF
SUFFICIENT PERSONNEL AND FUNDS TO ESTABLISH A
WITNESS COORDINATION OFFICE FOR ALL WITNESSES.
THESE OFFICES SHALL FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES AND
STAFFING LEVELS AS DESIGNED BY THE STATE COURTS
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE. ALL PAYMENTS WITH THESE
FUNDS SHALL BE MADE ON A REIMBURSEMENT BASIS WITH
SUFFICIENT DOCUMENTATION TO SUPPORT THEM. OF THE
FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRPIATION 859, $75,000 SHALL
BE PROVIDED TO THE STATE COURTS ADMINISTRATOR'S
OFFICE FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE, APPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT, AND OVERALL
COORDINATION OF THESE WITNESS COORDINATION OFFICES.

860 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
JUDICIAL CERTIFICATIONS
POSITIONS 40
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 1,497,106

ALL FUNDS AND POSITIONS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 860 ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 1056 OR
SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

860A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE ATTORNEY t PUBLIC DEFENDER TRAINING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . 91,000

JUSTICE DATA CENTER

THE JUSTICE DATA CENTER SHALL REVIEW AND APPROVE ALL
EQUIPMENT ACQUISITION MADE WITH FUNDS PROVIDED FOR
THE FUNDING OF PROMISE. THIS APPROVAL SHALL BE
CONTINGENT UPON DOCUMENTATION OFFERED BY THE PROMISE
PROJECT OF COST EFFICIENCY AND COMPATIBILITY WITH
THE JUSTIS INFORMATION SYSTEM.



861 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

862 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

863 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

864 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

DISTRICT COURTS OF APPEAL

FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

865 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUND . .

865A OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

866 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

867 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SECOND DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

868 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

869 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

870 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUI)D . .

871 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRD DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

872 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

873 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

674 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



15



304,335



1,027



81
2,197,986


3,000


264,156


28,580



54
1,573,368


3,960


302,752


24,150



58
1,706,827


13,375


185,416



875 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU1ND . .

FOURTH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

876 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

877 NOT USED

878 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

879 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

880 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

881 NOT USED

882 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

883 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CIRCUIT COURTS



32,654



56
1,660,102



220,569



101,774



41
1,136,673




144,657


40,442



THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EACH COUNTY AND
THE PUBLIC DEFENDER OF EACH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ARE
HEREBY DIRECTED TO KEEP ACCURATE RECORDS ON ALL
CONFLICT CASES AND REPORT JULY 1 AND JANUARY 1 OF
EACH YEAR TO THE CHAIRMEN OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES AND TO THE GOVERNOR'S
PLANNING AND BUDGETING OFFICE FOR THEIR REVIEW AND
FUTURE FUNDING PURPOSES.

THE CLERKS OF COURT SHALL KEEP RECORDS OF JUROR
UTILIZATION DATA WHICH, AT A MINIMUM, WILL ADDRESS
THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SUMMONED, THE NUMBER OF
PERSONS AVAILABLE TO SERVE, THE NUMBER OF PERSONS
USED IN VOIR DIRE, THE NUMBER OF JURORS SWORN, THE
UMtBER OF JURY TRIALS WHICH OCCURRED AND THE NUMBER
OF JUROR DAYS PAID AND SUCH OTHER DATA AS IS
NECESSARY TO ADEQUATELY MEASURE UTILIZATION. THE
CLERKS OF COURT SHALL DELIVER THESE DATA TO THE
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF COURT CLERKS ON A MONTHLY
BASIS.

884 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 818
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 29,570,927

885 NOT USED

886 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 492,290

NO GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
886 SHALL BE USED FOR OUT-OF-STATE CONFERENCES AND
OUT-OF-STATE JUDICIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS.



1,740,228 887 NOT USED

JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION
10,302
888 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

889 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

890 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

891 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE D . .

COUNTY COURTS

892 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

893 NOT USED

894 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



NO GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
894 SHALL BE USED FOR OUT-OF-STATE CONFERENCES AND
OUT-OF-STATE JUDICIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

895 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FOR COUNTY JUDGES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

STATE ATTORNEYS

OFFICE SPACE AND RELATED EXPENSES FOR CUSTODIAL
SERVICES AND UTILITIES SHALL CONTINUE TO BE PROVIDED
BY THE COUNTIES AS PRESCRIBED BY S. 27.34(2), F.S.,
ANY OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY ITEMS NOW PROVIDED BY
COUNTIES TO THE STATE ATTORNEYS SHALL CONTINUE TO BE
PROVIDED. ONLY CENTRALIZED COUNTY SERVICES AS
PROVIDED IN FY 73-74 TO ALL UNITS OF COUNTY
GOVERNMENT FOR WHICH COST OF SERVICES ARE NOT
PRORATED MAY BE CONTINUED.



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497,142


2,378


42,711


11,434



402
15,747,072




118,858



20,000














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April 7, 1982



EACH STATE ATTORIIEY SHALL CONTINUE TO SUBMIT TO THE
AUDITOR GENERAL, THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES, AND THE PLANNING AND BUDGETING OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR, QUARTERLY A REPORT OF ALL CIRCUIT
WORKLOAD OI THE FORM WHICH HAS BEEN FILED BY THE
FLORIDA PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION WITH THE
LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES BY TRANSMITTAL
LETTER DATED APRIL 20, 1981.

THE QUARTERLY WORKLOAD REPORT OF tACH STATE ATTORNEY
SHALL BE AUDITED BY VHE AUDITOR GENERAL WHO SHALL
ADVISE THE AGENCY INVOLVED, THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, AND THE PLANNING AND
BUDGETING OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANY INACCURACIES
OR DEFICIENCIES. UNLESS THESE INACCURACIES OR
DEFICIENCIES APE RECONCILED OR CORRECTED, THE
LEGISLATURE SHALL APPROPRIATE NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING
IN THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR FOR THAT AGENCY.

THE STATE ATTORNEYS OF ALL JUDICIAL CIRCUITS SHALL
JOINTLY ADOPr PURCHASING RULES AS PROVIDED IN PART I
OF CHAPTER 287, FLORIDA STATUTES.

OF THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 895A THROUGH
915A, UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 1% OF THE TOTAL FUNDS IN
EACH SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION MAY BE USED TO DEVELOP
AND COOROINAFE A CITIZEN CRIME HATCH PROGRAM IN EACH
OF THE RESPECTIVE JUDICIAL CIRCUITS.

PURSUANT TO S. 216.251, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE
APPROVED SALARY RATE FOR POSITIONS PROVIDED FOP IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 895A THROUGH 915A SHALL BE
PROVIDED IN THE LETTER OF INTENT.



FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

895A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8950 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

895C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8950 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

896 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

896A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

8965 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

896C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8960 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

896E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

897 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

897A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

8978 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

897C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8970 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

897E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

898 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

898A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

8986 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

898C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

8980 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



898E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
899 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

899A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . .

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

8998 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

899C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....

899D EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

899E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

900 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. .......

900A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

900B SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



110
2,295,119


30,000


242,144


54,102

9
196,556



9,281



66
1,418,029


26,410


178,992


53,650

4
167,606



5,313



37
917,546


17,150


173,122


101,394

2
53,592



4,436



179
3,663,313


168,225


363,734



900C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

900D EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

900E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

901 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

901A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9018 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

901C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
9010 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....

901E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

902 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

902A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .



EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9028 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND......

902C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

9020 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

902E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ......

903 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

903A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9038 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . ....

903C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. ....

9030 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ....

903E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. ....



80



191,644
12
362,484



7,873



63
1,656,171



7,000



174,898


52,384

6
144,390



15,938



229
4,872,406



34,391


317,401


180,909

14
414,144



13,655



91
2,030,302


65,200

204,730


44,505

5
145,938



7,105



77
1,681,334


5,000


156,842


17,400

5
144,588



8,197



141
2,893,220


24,500


190,426


51,804















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



904 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

904A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9048 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

904C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9040 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

904E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

905 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

905A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY IIICENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9058B SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

905C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9050 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

905E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

906 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

906A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9068 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

906C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . .

9060 EXPENSES
FROM RtiERIAL REVENUE FUND . .

906E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

907 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

907A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

907B SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

907C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

907D EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

907E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

908 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

908A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9088 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

908C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9080 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

908E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVEtUE FUND . .



909 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



10
271,711



10,589



98
1,974,491


30,000


116,750


59,622

7
186,222



8,001



455
9,267,618


217,125


848,790


268,952

66
1,983,025



14,490



104
1,932,061


15,000


138,620


74,031

4
135,853



909A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9098 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

909C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
9090 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

909E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

910 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

910A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9108 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

910C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE UND . .

9100 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

910E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

911 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........

911A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND.....

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9118 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

911C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9110 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

911E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

912 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ....

912A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9128 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . .

912C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9120 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

912E OPERATING CAPITAl. OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

913 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

913A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9138 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

913C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FPOM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

913D EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL PEVEtUE FUND . .

913E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVEtUE FUND . .

914 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

914A SPECIAL CATEGORIES



9,580



152
3,249,945


92,000


196,416


61,656

10
287,632



6,913



54
1,276,195


10,000


186,187


124,475



POSITIONS 3
. . 981658



SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...



April 7, 1982



81



7,169



158
3,252,952


60,000

325,370


106,987

13
379,989



14,702



41
837,414


14,000


154,992


40,484

1
49,758



239
5,799.305


60,000


348,496


116,576

16
475,044



11,329



106
2,337,759


19,000


278,878


73,310

6
193,419



13,634



63
1,374,231


26,000


151,858


52,392

4
128,591



7,297















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April 7, 1982



TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9148 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,

914C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9140 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

914E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

915 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FlND ... .

915A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAif;ENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PUBLIC DEFENDERS

OFFICE SPACE AND RELATED EXPEtNSES FOR CUSTODIAL
SERVICES AND UTILITIES SHALL CONTINUE TO BE PROVIDED
BY THE COUNTIES AS PRESCRIBED BY S. 27.54(3), F.S.,
ANY OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY ITEMS NOW PROVIDED BY
THE COUNTY TO THE PUBLIC DEFENDERS SHALL CONTINUE TO
BE PROVIDED. ONLY CENTRALIZED COUNTY SERVICES AS
PROVIDED IN FY 73-74 TO ALL UNITS OF COUNTY
GOVERNMENT FOR WHICH COST OF SERVICES ARE NOT
PRORATED MAY BE CONTINUED.

EACH PUBLIC DEFENDER SHALL CONTINUE TO SUBMIT TO THE
AUDITOR GENERAL, THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES, AND THE PLANNING AND BUDGETING OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR, QUARTERLY A REPORT OF ALL CIRCUIT
WORKLOAD ON THE FORM WHICH IS CURRENTLY SUBMITTED TO
THE PUBLIC DEFENDER'S COORDINATION OFFICE.

THE QUARTERLY WORKLOAD REPORT OF EACH PUBLIC
DEFENDER SHALL BE AUDITED BY THE AUDITOR GENERAL WHO
SHALL ADVISE THE AGENCY INVOLVED, THE LEGISLATIVE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES, AND THE PLANNING AND
BUDGETING OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANY INACCURACIES
OR DEFICIENCIES. UNLESS THESE INACCURACIES OR
DEFICIENCIES ARE RECONCILED OR CORRECTED, THE
LEGISLATURE SHALL APPROPRIATE NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING
IN THE NEXT FISCAL YEAR FOR THAT AGENCY.

THE PUBLIC DEFENDERS COORDINATION OFFICE BUDGETARY
NEEDS WILL BE SHARED BY EACH PUBLIC DEFENDER'S
OFFICE WITHIN THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 915B THROUGH 935. THE TOTAL FUNDING
FOR THIS OFFICE SHALL NOT EXCEED $140,000.

THE PUBLIC DEFENDERS OF ALL JUDICIAL CIRCUITS SHALL
JOINTLY ADOPT PURCHASING RULES AS PROVIDED IN PART I
OF CHAPTER 287, FLORIDA STATUTES.

THE ALLOCATION OF FUNLS FOR CONFLICT CASES SHALL BE
USED SOLELY FOR COMPENSATION OF COURT APPOINTED
ATTORNEYS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA BAR AND WHO
HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE CIRCUIT'S CONFLICT
COMMITTEE TO HANDLE SUCH CASES. ATTORNEYS SHALL BE
APPOINTED BY THE TRIAL COURT FOR PURPOSES OF
REPRESENTATION AND COMPENSATED AS PROVIDED IN S.
27.53, S. 925.035 AND S. 925.036, F. S. IN EACH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, A CIRCUIT CONFLICT COMMITTEE SHALL
BE ESTABLISHED CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS:
(A) THE CHIEF JUDGE OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR HIS
DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE; (B) ONE REPRESENTATIVE OF
EACH BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LOCATED WITHIN
-THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SUCH REPRESENTATIVE TO BE
DESIGNATED BY RESOLUTION OF EACH BOARD; AND (C) THE
PUBLIC DEFENDER OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.

THE PUBLIC DEFENDER OF EACH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SHALL
SUBMIT ANNUAL REPORTS IN WRITING TO THE CHAIRMEN OF
THE SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE AND THE HOUSE
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE. THE REPORT SHALL INDICATE
BY COUNTY HOW THE FUNDS FOR CONFLICT CASES WERE
EXPENDED. THE FIRST OF THESE REPORTS SHALL BE
SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 1983.

PURSUANT TO S. 216.251, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE
APPROVED SALARY RATE FOR POSITIONS PROVIDED FOR IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 9158 THROUGH 935 SHALL BE
PROVIDED IN THE LETTER OF INTENT.

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

9158 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS !
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUH . . 1,2

915C OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9150) EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 1

915E OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

916 LUMP SUM POSITIONS



FROM GENERAL REE.'ENE FUND .. ..... 2



98
988,727


10,300


147,861


97,785

6
180,039



20,288



SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

916A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .

9168 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

916C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

916D OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

917 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

917A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

917B OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
917C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9170 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

918 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

918A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

918B OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

918C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9180 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

919 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

919A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9198 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

919C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9190 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

920 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

920A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9208 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

920C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9200 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

921 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

921A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9218 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

921C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .

921D OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

922 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD .

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

922A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



57
12,012


10,000


L32,982


18,075

5
217,252



82



49
1,103,710


24,000


120,076


16,094

16
399,735



22
497,508


7,000


59,964


6,025

-1
83,542



107
2,184,574


20,000


187,939


56,125

2
322,561



40
858,038


10,000


82,280


44,512

4
154,742



122
2,295,682


100,000


196,242


190,949

14
553,956



62
1,456,970


4,500


172,781


25,675

11
295,414



37
839,891















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



9228 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVEtNUE FUN . .

922C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9220 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

923 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

923A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9238 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

923C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .

923D OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUID . .

924 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

924A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

9248 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

924C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .

9240 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

925 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

925A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9258 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

925C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

9250 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

926 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

926A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9268 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

926C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9260 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....

927 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

927A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9278 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNO ........

927C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

9270 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

928 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .......

FOUATEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

928A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL PEVEINUE FUND ........

9288 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....



12,000


91,294


14,050

7
196,345



55
1,207,933


10,000


132,757


62,316

10
332,573



61
1,279,515


19,500


141,720


23,905

18
414,026



185
4,396,495


139,000


336,236


70,250

26
1,320,243



38
915,970


28,000


63,545


28,604

20
522,406



104
2,027,631


51,000


259,112


60,824

13
414,302



25
669,448


6,000



928D OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

929 LUtIP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

929A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVElUE FUND . .

9298 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

929C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9290 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

930 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

930A SALARIES AND BFIIEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9308 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

930C EXPEIISES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9300 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

931 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

931A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9318 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

931C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

9310 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

932 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

932A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE UN . .

932B OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

932C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .

9320 OPERATIIIG CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . .

933 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

933A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9338 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...

933C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... .

9330 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FLUND .......

934 LUMP SUM POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .......

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

934A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

9348 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .

934C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

9340 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FD . .



926C EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FND .....



935 LUMP SUM
77,065 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND



POSITIONS 3
. .. 136,801



April 7, 1982



83



7,025

1
81,483



78
1,552,721


206,100


130,898


29,100

34
815,811



32
620,041


7,000


81,608


8,130

4
86,828



86
1,861,101


7,000


186,201


30,125

17
655,646



35
850,677



14,185


109,493


11,050

7
293,078



30
655,379


6,525


65,5C3


29,884

7
194,315



43
905,839


13,741


75,911


10,550















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 7, 1982



JUDICIAL QUALIFICATIONS COMMISSION

936 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

937 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

938 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

939 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . ..

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

ALL DIVISIOtNS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY WITH FEDERALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS
SHALL MAXIMIZE THE ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES FOR
DELIVERY OF SERVICES AND REDUCE ADMINISTRATIVE
STAFFING LEVELS PROPORTIONATE TO PROGRAM STAFFING
LEVELS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FEDERAL PROGRAM
REDUCTIONS. EXCEPTIONS TO THIS INTENT MUST BE
APPROVED ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS ESTABLISHED THROUGH
THE CONSULTATION PROCESS UNDER SECTION 216.212,
FLORIDA STATUTES.

OFFICES OF THE SECRETARY AND ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES



940 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 2
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM REVOLVING TRUST FUND . .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIAL
DISABILITY TRUST FUND . . .

941 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM REVOLVING TRUST FUND . .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIAL
DISABILITY TRUST FUND . . .

942 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TPUST FUND . .
FROM REVOLVING TRUST FUND . .
FROM SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT SECURITY TRUST
FUND . . . .. .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIAL
DISABILITY TRUST FUND . . .

943 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM REVOLVING TRUST FUND .....
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIAL
DISABILITY TRUST FUND . . .

944 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
REIMBURSEMENT OF EMPLOYERS
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIAL
DISABILITY TRUST FUND . . .

945 DEBT SERVICE
FROM REVOLVING TRUST FUND . .

946 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RELATIONS COMMISSION

947 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

948 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

949 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RELATIONS
COMMISSION TRUST FUND .. .....

950 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF WORKERS'
COMPENSATION

951 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

952 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . ..

953 EXPENSES
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUNDO.........

954 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND .. ....

NOTICES OF HEAPING FROM THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF
COMMISSIONER, AS REQUIRED UNDER SECTION 440.25(3)(A)
FLORIDA STATUTES, SHALL BE SERVED BY REGULAR MAIL.



1
22,817


61,988


38,421


418



11
56,497






1,190






20,505


























45
932,526


81,308


205,251




12,651



81



WORKERS' COMPENSATION, DIVISION OF

955 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

956 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST FUND .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

957 EXPENSES
FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

958 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND .. ....

959 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
AWARDS TO CLAIMANTS
FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST FUND .

960 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
SUPPLEMENTAL WORKERS' COMPENSATION
BENEFITS
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND .. ....
2,840,796
570,021 961 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKERS' COMPENSATION
209,922 ADMINISTRATION TRUST FUND . .

EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING, DIVISION OF

80,328 962 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
47,388 FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
FUND . .
5,000
963 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
FUND . . . . .
792,279
1,041,809 964 EXPENSES
FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
68,947 FUND .. . . .. . .
965 AID TO LOCAL GOVEPfRMENTS
3301 MANPOWER TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT
FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
M 310 FUND . . . . .
23,310
17559 966 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
4 7FUND . .. .

967 DA A PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM FLORIDA STATE PRIME SPONSOR TRUST
FL10D .. ..0U. ... ..
13,000,000
LABOR, DIVISION OF
94,523 968 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

154,700 969 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

970 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

971 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

972 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
30,000
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DIVISION OF
973 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVEtlUE FUND .......
FROM CREW CHIEF REGISTRATION TRUST FUND .
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FULD ...............

974 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
9,290,734 FROtM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUNO ...............

975 EXPENSES
141,450 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND..............
FROM SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT SECURITY TRUST
524,223 FUND ..................
976 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . . . .
7,497
977 SPECIAL CATEGORIES



CONTRACT PAYMENTS COMPREHENSIVE
EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .



84



490



97



296,769
569,712

6,991,673


6,000

585,762


126,398
189,835

1,969,419



35,151



2,058,400





3,800,000



544,650





1,688,874



702,443



473,896



18,172,060



20,000



111,011



36
621,048


1,952


154,370



7,905



1,619



3,015




2,541
207,417



44,346



7,100





90,000

38,617,831



3,176,755




6,173,756

15,000



407,326




1,077,700















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



978 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACT SERVICES WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM
EMPLOYERS
FROM WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM BENEFITS
TRUST FU D . . . .

979 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS WORK
INCENTIVE PROGRAM
FROM WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM BENEFITS
TRUST FUND ...............

980 NOT USED

981 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS
FROM UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFIT
TRUST FUND . . . .

982 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
WORK INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM BENEFITS
TRUST FUND . . . .

983 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
TRADE READJUSTMENT ALLOWANCES
FROM UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFIT
TRUST FUND . . . .

984 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
ALLOWANCES (COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND
TRAINING ACT)
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

985 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . .

CALDMELL DATA CENTER

986 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 162
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

987 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .. .

988 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

989 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ....

UNEMPLOYMENT APPEALS COMMISSION

990 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 26
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . . .......
991 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . . . .

992 EXPENSES
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUN . . . .

993 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . . . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF
BY SEPTEMBER 1 OF EACH YEAR, THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF LAW ENFORCEMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO THE SPEAKER OF
"THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THE PRESIDENT OF THE
SENATE, AND THE GOVERNOR, AN ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
REVENUE GENERATED FROM THE SALE OF CONTRABAND
ARTICLES SUCH AS CONFISCATED VEHICLES, AIRCRAFT,
BOATS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT, AS WELL AS ANY FORFEITED
CASH OR CURRENCY.

THERE IS HEREBY CREATED THE FORFEITURE ANl
INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT TRUST FUND. THE DEPARTMENT
MAY DEPOSIT REVENUES RECEIVED AS A RESULT OF STATE
OR FEDERAL CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS INTO THE FORFEITURE
AND INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT TRUST FUID). MONIES
DEPOSITED IN THE FORFEITURE AND) INVESTIGATIVE
SUPPORT TRUST FUND SHALL BE APPROPRIATED BY THE
LEGISLATURE PURSUAIIT TO THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER
216, F. S., FOR PURPOSES DEEMED APPROPRIATE BY THE
LEGISLATURE. NO FUNDS SHALL BE EXPENDED FROM THE
FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT TRUST FUND
UNLESS SPECIFICALLY APPROPRIATED BY THE LEGISLATURE.

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
STAFF SERVICES

994 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 258
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... ... 5,947,770
FROM OPERATING TRUST FU . .

995 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 55,100
FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
SUPPORT TRUST FUND . . .

996 EXPENSES



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1,502,116
FROM FORFEITURE All) INVESTIGATIVE
SUPPORT TRUST FWt . . .



997 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LOCAL LABORATORY SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

379,971 998 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MEDICAL EXAMINER SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

999 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FPOM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
208,789
1000 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

1001 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
228,000,000
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, DIVISION OF

1002 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
175,900 FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
SUPPORT TRUST FUND . . .

1003 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
3,000,000
1004 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1005 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
1,379,627 FPOM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1006 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
4,438,219 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1007 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

2,612,738 CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS AND TRAINING, DIVISION
OF



2,917,073



1,576,046


183,738



47,553


64,317



334
7,516,042




5,000


3,082,639


515,260



219,443


159,949



4,188 FUNDS AND POSITIONS APPROPRIATED FROM THE
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST FUND AND THE LAW
ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF
2,932,764 ASSISTING IN CERTIFICATIONS AND DECERTIFICATION
SHALL BE CONTINGENT UPON THE APPROVAL OF THE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMISSION.
12,694
1008 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5
FROM CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM GRANTS ANO DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
530,839 FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUND .

1009 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
29,000 FROM CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUND .
85,231 1010 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ... 1'
FROM CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST
FUND . .
9,079 FROM GRANTS A DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUI .

1011 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SPECIAL EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL TRAINING
FROM CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . .
FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUND

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1011 SHALL NOT BE
USED FOR PROJECTS WHICH WILL REQUIRE FUTURE
EXPENDITURES FROM THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND FOR
CONTINUING OPERATIONS.

1012 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM CORRECTIONAL OFFICER TRAINING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND) .
FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TRUST FUND .

1013 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . ...

LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE, DIVISION OF

1014 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 6;
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1015 NOT USED
60,000
1016 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

1017 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
200,000 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1017A LUMP SU(
INTEGRATED CRIME APPREHENSION PROGRAM
POSITIONS
300,000 FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .



April 7, 1982



85



180,000



0
94,045



68,115
9,791
55,826




22,424
10,725



100,434
500
39,594




1,176,867
745,892



10,452





43,752

















10,953



9,450
1,718
670



59,578



2
66,231




97,254


65,947



1



100,000















86



JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



1018 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1019 NOT USED

1020 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, DIVISION OF

1021 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 14(
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,8
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND .. .

1022 EXPENSES
FROtM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1023 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUD . .

1023A LUMP SUM
MISSING CHILDREN INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1023A ARE TO BE USED
FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF A MISSING
CHILDREN INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE. THE FOUR
POSITIOtS SHALL BE UTILIZED TO PROVIDE LIAISON
BETWEEN PRIVATE CITIZENS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
OFFICIALS CONCERNING MISSING CHILDREN AND TO PROVIDE
TRAINING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES REGARDING THE
APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING HISSING CHILDREN
CASES.

1024 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1025 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUID . .. 3,6
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

LAW ENFORCEMENT DATA CENTER

1026 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 7
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1027 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUD . .

1028 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKIIG CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL

STATE AGENCIES CONTRACTING FOR LEGAL SERVICES WITH
THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL AFFAIRS ARE HEREBY
AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ADVANCED PAYMENTS ON A QUARTERLY
BASIS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1982-83.

1029 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 28
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 5,8
FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND .. ...

1030 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1031 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 7
FROM CONSUMER FRAUDS TRUST FUND .
FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND ......

UP TO $3,000 OF THE GENERAL REVENUE IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 1031 IS CONTINGENT UPON HB 80 OR
SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAN.

1032 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ... 1,

1033 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ANTITRUST INVESTIGATIONS
FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1034 NOT USED

1034A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER TO LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
FUID
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 6

1035 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAWSUITS/SKYWAY BRIDGE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1035 ARE SOLELY FOR
THE PURPOSE OF CONTRACTING NITH PRIVATE COUNSEL TO
ASSIST THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IN THE DEFENSE OR
PROSECUTIONt OF ANY ACTIONS OR CLAIMS BY OR AGAINST
THE STATE OF FLORIDA OR ANY OF ITS AGENCIES AS A
RESULT OF THF ACCIDENT RESULTING IN THE COLLAPSE OF
THE SUNSHINE SKYMAY BRIDGE.



12,098




69,819




0
99,533.



58,225



11,834





76,276



1,344


19,627



9



2
21,693



63,174


45,763








46,980










49,546



00,000



1036 NOT USED



1037 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BID AND TRANSPORTATION RATE MONITORING
FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND .. ...

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH IS AUTHORIZED TO IMPLEMENT
THE SENIOR MANAGEMENT BENEFITS SYSTEM CURRENTLY
PROVIDED TO SENIOR MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES IN THE
EXECUTIVE BRANCH.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

1038 LUMP SUM
333,888 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 18,389,977

SENATE
67,384
1039 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 10,493,227

4,412 JOINT MANAGEMENT
1040 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL PEVENUE FUND . .. 5,913,269

STATUTORY COMMITTEES

1041 NOT USED

JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON EDP

1041A LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 175,000

AUDITING COMMITTEE

1042 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 10,616

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES COMMITTEE

1043 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 490,715
92,916
AUDITOR GENERAL

1044 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 14,855,925
1,214,096 ASSESSMENT REVIEW TRUST FUND .. ....
FROM FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENT TRUST FUND .

1,768,244 OFFICE OF PUBLIC COUNSEL

1045 LUMP SUM
1,214,967 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,056,668

OF THE FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
1045, $200000 ;! CONTINGENT UPON CS/CS/HB 607 OR
SIMILAR LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS, ADVISORY COUNCIL ON



1046 LUMP SUM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FND . .

445,281 MILITARY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

GENERAL ACTIVITIES

1047 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ARMORY BOARD TRUST FUND . .
5,000 1048 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
34,881 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1049 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ARMORY BOARD TRUST FUND . .

1050 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CAMP BLANDING MANAGEMENT
1,048,062 1051 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM CAMP BLENDING MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND

1052 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CAMP BLENDING MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND

1053 EXPENSES
FROM CAMP BLENDING MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND

1054 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CAMP BLANDING MANAGEMENT TRUST FUN .

NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

1055 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FLUI. . .



275,307





98
1,648,231



22,873


1,579,855



54,029



59
















94
668,908



April 7, 1982



11,000



85,836
2,830,103



184,869



17,557



833,845


22,360


275,345


53,843



1,091,828
15,000
52,270















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



1056 OTHER PERSONAL SER'TrES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUN . .
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND . .

1057 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND . .

1058 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SUIANNEE RIVER AUTHORITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1059 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUN . .

1060 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GULF STATES MARINE FISHERIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .

1060A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SPECIAL LITIGATION
FROM INTERAMA DISSOLUTION TRUST FUND .

1061 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY AUTHORITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1062 NOT USED

1063 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

STATE LANDS, DIVISION OF

1064 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1065 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1066 EXPENSES
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1067 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1067A LUMP SUM
FOR TRANSFER TO DIV OF FORESTRY-
INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

10678 LUMP SUM
LAND ACQUISITION PROCEDURES
POSITIONS
FROM CONSERVATION AND RECREATION LANDS
TRUST FU D . . . .

FUNDS AND POSITION IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1067B
ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 1096 OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION
BECOMING LAW.

1068 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NATIONAL OCEAN SURVEY
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUD .

1069 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TOPOGRAPHIC MAPPING
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1069A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NATURAL AREAS INVENTORY
FROM CONSERVATION AND RECREATION LANDS
TRUST FU . . .

1069B SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PROPERTY TAXES
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

1070 DEBT SERVICE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 11,
FROM ENVIRONMENTALLY ENDANGERED LANDS
TRUST FUND . . .

1071 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND .

MARINE RESOURCES, DIVISION OF

1072 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 17
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 2,7
FROM MARINE BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH TRUST
FUtO . . . . .
FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION TRUST
FUND . . . . .

1073 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . . 1
FROM EROSION CONTROL TRUST FU . .
FROI SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION TRUST
FUND . . . . .

1074 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,0
FROM MARINE BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH TRUST



FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION TRUST
FUlD . . .



17,486





21,250


8,786




15,000



FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $69,000 INCLUDED IN
54,957 SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1074 SHALL BE USED BY THE
12,287 DEPARTMENT TO CONTRACT WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO
PROVIDE FOR INSPECTION OF SHELL FISH QUALITY AND TO
DETERMINE SOURCES OF POLLUTION OCCURRING IN
APALACHICOLA BAY. LABORATORY FACILITIES OF THE
289,817 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, AT APALACHICOLA,
78,303 SIALL BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR NECESSARY LABORATORY
WORK TO ACCOMPLISH THIS CONTRACT.

1075 NOT USED

1075A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
ARTIFICIAL FISHING REEF CONSTRUCTION
PROGRAM
13,148 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 1

1076 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION TRUST
FUND . .

1076A LUMP SUM
500,000 SHELLFISH SANITATION
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .



8,500 1076B LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
TRUST FUND
FROM EROSION CONTROL TRUST FUND . .

50,250 1076C LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO MARINE BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
TRUST FUND
FROM EROSION CONTROL TRUST FUND .
1
1,588,010 1077 NOT USED

1078 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
473,584 ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES
COMMISSION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .
495,503
1078A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OYSTER PLANTING
32,343 FROM EROSION CONTROL TRUST FU . .

1079 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1,000,000 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF

1080 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1 FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
42,509 FROM LAND RECLAMATION ADMINISTRATION
TRUST FUND . . . .

1081 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GEIIERAL REVENUE FUN . .
FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FU .

50,000 1082 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .
FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FUND .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
150,000 FROM LANCI RECLAMATION ADMINISTRATION
TRUSTFUND ...............

1083 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL MATCHING GRANTS
300,000 FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FU .

1084 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
115,000 FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FUN .
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .
FROM LAND RECLAMATION ADMINISTRATION
40,P147 TRUST FUND . . . .

6,000,000 1085 LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO GAME AND FRESH MATER FISH
COMMISSION ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD
77,643 FROM AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL TRUST FUND .

1086 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
'7 FROM LAND RECLAMATION ADMINISTRATION
'16,591 TRUST FUNO ...............

165,710
RECREATION AND PARKS, DIVISION OF
384,179



1087 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 803
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUI . .
50,335
453,450 1088 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND . .
1,956
1089 EXPENSES
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND . .
59,508
1990 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
30,140 FLORIDA RECREATION DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
GRANTS
222,287 FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .



April 7, 1982



87



00,000


70,468





3
87,848



25,291



403,311




300,000



7,200



300,000



255,941



89
778,564






23,376




226,596










25,204



521,985
70,390

394,966



149,760
3,497



477,883
30,566

150,802



8,014,055



19,343
1,952

400



315,000



11,688



9,043



11,809,626


962,424


4,459,490




6,000,000















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 7, 1982



1091 NOT USED

1092 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GRANTS AND AIDS
FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1092 MAY BE
DISBURSED IN ADVANCE.

1093 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND. ....

1094 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND . .

1095 DEBT SERVICE
FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND .

$3,500,000 INCLUDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1095
IS CONTINGENT UPON PASSAGE OF A CONCURRENT
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SALE OF BONDS.

1096 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM STATE PARK TRUST FUND .. ....

LAN ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

1097 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3!
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 3,9
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND ..
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .
FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION TRUST
FU!D . . . .

1098 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1099 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND ....
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1100 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
BOATING RELATED ACTIVITIES
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1101 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUD .
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1101A LUMP SUM
ADDITIONAL MARINE PATROL OFFICERS
POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2,

1102 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUE ...
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1103 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT OF PATROL
VEHICLES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1104 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR RESTORATION AND DAMAGE
FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .

1105 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1105A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LAW ENFORCEMENT LONGEVITY BN0USES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1106 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MOTORBOAT REVOLVING TRUST FUND .



52
909,482



45,782




733,986



23,467





50
700,000




628,237






343,016









152,645



179,500


45,199



NATURAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER

1107 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 15
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1108 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FO . .

1108A OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

PAROLE AND PROBATION COMMISSION, FLORIDA

THE PAROLE AND PROBATION COMMISSION SHALL SUBMIT TO
THE LEGISLATIVf APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEES O OR
BEFORE JANUARY 1, 1983, AN EVALUATION REPORT ON THE
MUTUAL PARTICIPATION PROGRAM WHICH SHALL INCLUDE,
BUT HOT BE LIMITED TO, INFORMATION ON THE PROGRAM
SINCE ITS REINSTATEMENT RELATING TO: THE VARIATION



AND SIMILARITIES IN THE CONTRACT PROVISIONS ENTERED
INTO WITH INMATES, THE REASONS AND FREQUENCY FOR
DENYING THIS PROGRAM TO ANY INMATE WHO REQUESTS
CONSIDERATION, THE REASONS AND FREQUENCY FOR INMATES
1,508,916 FAILING TO MEET THE CONTRACT CONDITIONS, AND THE
COST TO THE COMMISSION TO PROVIDE THIS PROGRAM.

1109 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 18
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,

609,993 1110 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1111 EXPENSES
36,285 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1112 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
8,022,310 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1113 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF

84,599 1114 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 51
FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND

1115 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND .

299,278 1116 EXPENSES
2,301,097 FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND .

210,000 1117 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND .

1118 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
608,911 CONTINUING EDUCATION
5,481 FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND .

1119 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
SCHOLARSHIPS AND REAL ESTATE RECOVERY FUND
67,993 FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND .
247,339
1120 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM PROFESSIONAL REGULATION TRUST FUND.



s0
19,739


87,862


658,744


41,373


3,371



0



2,151,290
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR IS AUTHORIZED
800,773 TO PROVIDE A RELEASE FOR ANY UNEXPENDED BALANCE IN
15,967 THE FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ENERGY TRUST
FUND SUBSEQUENT TO JUNE 30, 1982, FOR PROJECTS AND
ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FLORIDA ENERGY
EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION ACT, CHAPTER 80-65, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.

1121 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 332
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

1122 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .
50,763
649,049 1123 EXPENSES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

1124 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

107,329 1125 LUMP SUM
654,208 FLORIDA MODEL ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE
FROM FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1125, LUMP SUM FROM
50,000 THE FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND, SHALL BE USED TO
CONTACT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AtD
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS TO MODIFY, EXPAND, IMPLEMENT AND
ADMINISTER THE "FLORIDA MODEL ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE
FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION." THE DEPARTMENT SMALL
CONSULT WITH THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND WITH
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE FLORIDA HOMEBUILDERS
ASSOCIATION BEFORE FUNDS ARE COMMITTED TO CONTRACT
WITH PRIVATE AGENCIES. THIS CONSULTATION SHALL
EXTEND TO THE PREPARATION OF REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
AND TO THE EVACUATION AND SELECTION PROCESS IN
DETERMINING THE CONTRACTING AGENCY. AS PART OF THE
230,556 MODIFICATION AND EXPANSION OF THE CODE, A STUDY OF
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULE 6A-2, F.A.C., SHALL BE
INCLUDED TO EXAMINE THE "PASSIVE COOLING"
FEASIBILITY OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

281,013 1125A LUMP SUM
C COMMUNICATIONS AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
FROM FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND . .
464,794 FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1125A, LUMP SUM FROM
THE FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND, SHALL BE USED TO
4,378 CONTACT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AND
S COMMUNfITY AFFAIRS FOR THE PROVISION OF COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS BETWEEN NUCLEAR FACILITIES, THE STATE
EMERGENCY OPERATING CENTER, AND RISK COUNTIES, AND
FOR THE PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT TO BE USED IN THE
EVENT OF A NUCLEAR INCIDENT.

1126 LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND. ....



88



8,535,834


4,547,196


5,192,376


270,195



20,500



74,000


886,829



7,828,768


218,917


2,103,044


116,931



320,500





















100,000












542,240
















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



1126A LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND
FROM FLORIDA ENERGY TRUST FUND . .

1127 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONSULTANT FEES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

1128 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SPECIAL AUDIT RETRIEVAL SOFTWARE PROGRAM
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

1129 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAY/DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

1130 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM REGULATORY TRUST FUND . .

REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

1131 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 178
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1,991,092
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1132 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1133 EXPENSES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1134 AID TO LOCAL GOVERtlMENTS
CIGARETTE TAX TO MUNICIPALITIES
FROM MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
TRUST FUND . . .

1135 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MUNICIPAL REVENUE SHARING
FROM MUNICIPAL REVENUE SHARING TRUST
FUND . . . .

1136 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNlMENTS
COUNTY REVENUE SHARING
FROM COUNTY REVENUE SHARING TRUST FUND .

1137 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1137A LUMP SUM
FIVE CENT SALES TAX
POSITIONS 6
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 264,000

THE FUNDS AND POSITIONS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
1137A ARE CONTINGENT UPON HB 1134 OR SIMILAR
LEGISLATION BECOMING LAW.

11378 LUMP SUM
FIVE CENT SALES TAX 1981-82
IMPLEMENTATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . ... 250,000

1138 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

AD VALOREM TAX, DIVISION OF

1139 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 107
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND. ..

1140 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .

1141 EXPENSES
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .

1142 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND MAPPING
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUtD .. ...

1142A AID TO LOCAL GOVERtNMEITS
AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONS SCHOOL
DISTRICTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... 45,200,000

1143 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FURD . .

1144 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM INTANGIBLE TAX TRUST FUND . .

AUDITS, DIVISION OF

1145 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 549
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 7,535,443
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1146 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 49,076
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1147 EXPENSES



FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,192,130
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .



1148 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TPUST FUND . .
121,740
FUNDS IN AMOUNT OF $1,199,448 AND 44 POSITIONS IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 1145 THROUGH 1148 ARE TO BE
USED EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENSURING THAT
40,600 STATE OF FLORIDA CORPORATE INCOME TAX RETURNS FILED
AND THE TAXES PAID ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA
LAW. 40 POSITIONS AID $1,030,407 OF SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 1145 THROUGH 1148 ARE CONTINGENT UPON
103,178 FAILURE TO ADOPT THE ACCELERATED COST RECOVERY
SYSTEM ASSET DEPRECIATION PROVISIONS OF THE ECONOMIC
RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1982.

69,875 COLLECTION AND ENFORCEMENT, DIVISION OF

1149 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 25
263,826 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,0
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1150 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1151 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 6
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
1,061,864
1152 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COUNTY TAX FORMS
161,972 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1153 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
780,370 DISTRIBUTION TO COUNTIES OIL AND GAS TAX
FROM OIL AND GAS TAX TRUST FUND ..

1154 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FIFTH AND SIXTH CENT TO STATE BOARD OF
26,600,000 ADMINISTRATION FOR COUNTIES GAS TAX
FROM GAS TAX CLEARING TRUST FUND ..

1155 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
FIFTH AND SIXTH CENT TO STATE BOARD OF
200,738,000 ADMINISTRATION FOR COUNTIES SPECIAL FUEL
TAX
FROM SPECIAL FUEL TAX CLEARING TRUST
FU D . . . . .
97,114,000
1156 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MOTOR FUEL TAX REFUNDS TO CITIES
164,808 FROM MUNICIPALITIES GASOLINE AND SPECIAL
FUEL TAX TRUST FUND . . .

1157 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SEVENTH CENT GAS TAX AID SPECIAL FUEL TAX
FROM ADDITIONAL GAS TAX POUR-OVER TRUST
FUND . . . . .

1158 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1159 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1160 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .
520,917
REVENUE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER

1161 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..
2,378,598
1162 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .
149,429
1163 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .
684,862
1164 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OVERTIME
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FI . .
287,091
INFORMATIOIt SYSTEMS AND SERVICES, DIVISION OF

1165 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 17(
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,0
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FERD . .

1166 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
12,974 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

1167 EXPENSES
153,966 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 8

1168 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . .

STATE, DEPARTMENT OF, AND SECRETARY OF STATE
2,659,788
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AID DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

35,335 1169 SALARIES AND BFI:EFITS POSITIONS 11!
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,0



1170 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
348,582 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...



5
82,128



7



6
25,947



97,064



5
93,236


3,000



April 7, 1982



89



110,854



741,099



31,587



762,988



720,000



8,300,000




96,000,000






13,200,000




2,500,000




52,000,000


81,267



8,650


1,075,117



285,103


699,428


549,441



6,240





336,210


148,233





34,830















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 7, 1982



1171 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FLAG TRUST FUND . . .

1172 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1173 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .

ELECTIONS, DIVISION OF

1174 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM PUBLICATIONS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1175 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM PUBLICATIONS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1176 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND ....
FROM PUBLICATIONS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1177 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SPECIAL ELECTIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1178 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PETITION SIGNATURE VERIFICATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

1179 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM PUBLICATIONS REVOLVING TRUST FUND .

1180 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ELECTION INVESTIGATIONS AND HEARINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1180A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADVERTISING OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE
CONSTITUTION
FROM GENERAL REVE FUN . .

1181 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

ARCHIVES, HISTORY, AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT,
DIVISION OF

1182 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MICROFILM REVOLVING TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1183 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FLORIDA FOLKLIFE TRUST FUND ...
FROM MICROFILM REVOLVING TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1184 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM FLORIDA FOLKLIFE TRUST FUND ..
FROM MICROFILM REVOLVING TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1185 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
PRESERVATION Al) RESTORATION OF HISTORIC
FACILITIES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1186 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM MICROFILM REVOLVING TRUST FUND .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1187 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ADMIRALITY LITIGATION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

1188 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU . .

CORPORATIONS, DIVISION OF

1189 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUND .. .

1190 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUNO . .

1191 EXPENSES
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUND . .

1192 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUNl . .

1193 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RICO ACT ALIEN CORPORATIONS
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUH) . .



768,632



44,021


4,315



43
501,635



6,432



174,496





463,000



10,000


8,081




11,000




100,000


38,400




117
1,415,267




46,530





392,609










29,970





100,000


86,050



136



1194 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM CORPORATIONS TRUST FUiO .......



LIBRARY SERVICES, DIVISION OF
5,000 1195 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 6
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 8
FROM LIBRARY SERVICES TRUST FUD. .

1196 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1197 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 1
FROM LIBRARY SERVICES TRUST FUND . .

1198 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
114,650 LIBRARY GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ...... 5,1
FROM LIBRARY SERVICES TRUST FUND . .

10,184 FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1198 FROM
THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND SHALL BE RELEASED QUARTERLY
PURSUANT TO SECTION 216.192, FLORIDA STATUTES.
FUNDS IN THE AtOUINT OF $32,243 IN SPECIFIC
25,000 APPROPRIATION 1198 SHALL BE CONSIDERED ADDITIONAL
208,771 REIMBURSEtENT TO MARION COUNTY TO BE EXPENDED UNDER
THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 257.13-257.19, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AND SECTIONS 257.20-257.25, FLORIDA
STATUTES.

1198A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
CONSTRUCTION GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3

1199 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM LIBRARY SERVICES TRUST FUND . .
10,552

LICENSING, DIVISION OF

1200 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 3
FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST FUND .
FROM SOLICITATIONS TRUST FUND .. .

1201 EXPENSES
FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST FUND .
FROM SOLICITATIONS TRUST FUND . .

1202 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST FUND .
FROM SOLICITATIONS TRUST FUND . .

1203 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST FIR. .



2
26,661



39,344


04,299




33,519














15,000


79,249



0



323,427 CULTURAL AFFAIRS, DIVISION OF
289,216
OFFICE OF THE DIVISION DIRECTOR

1204 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 10
10,000 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 189,919
160,000 FROM FINE ARTS COUNCIL TRUST FUND .
47,410
1205 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM FINE ARTS COUNCIL TRUST FUN .

62,134 1206 EXPENSES
200,388 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ... 66,011
86,000 FROM FINE ARTS COUNCIL TRUST FUND ...

1207 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
ART GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,482,079
1,300,000 FROM FINE ARTS COUNCIL TRUST FUND .

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1207 SHALL
EXPRESSLY INCLUDE A $25,000 GRANT TO FUND THE ANNUAL
51,418 CROSS AND SWORD PRESENTATION.
11,000
1208 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM FINE ARTS COUNCIL TRUST FUlN ...

1208A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
GRANTS AND AIDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FU .. . ... 1,786,300

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1208A MAY BE
DISBURSED IN ADVANCE, BUT HILL REQUIRE MATCHING
FUlDS AT A RATIO OF ONE LOCAL/PRIVATE AND ONE STATE.

1,690,677 1209 NOT USED


291,665
"HISTORIC PENSACOLA PRESERVATION BOARD

643,291 1210 SALARIES AtID BENEFITS POSITIONS 16
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 288,956

88.774 1211 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FID ......

1212 EXPENSES
25,000 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . ... 7,807
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

818,260 1213 NOT USED



90



127,976



167,330




1,835,866



225,000




374,313
40,576


167,442
47,757


5,687
9,168


110,000








2,474


15,890



64,293




735,000






1,328



108,789















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD

1214 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1215 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1216 EXPENSES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1217 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

RINGING MUSEUM OF ART, BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
JOHN AND MABLE

1218 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND ...

1219 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1220 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .

1221 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROI GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . .
FROM INVESTMENT TRUST FUND . .

STATE THEATER PROGRAM

1222 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HISTORIC TALLAHASSEE PRESERVATION BOARD

1223 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .

1224 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1225 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1226 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

HISTORIC KEY WEST PRESERVATION BOARD

1227 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. . .

1228 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1229 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1230 NOT USED

HISTORIC TAMPA/HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PRESERVATION
BOARD

1230A SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1230B OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1230C EXPENSES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

12300 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .


HISTORIC BOCA RATON PRESERVATION BOARD

1230E SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1230F EXPENSES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1230G OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUN . .

HISTORIC BROMARD COUNTY PRESERVATION BOARD OF
TRUSTEES

1230H OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUN .

12301 EXPENSES
FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND . .

1230J LUMP SUN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .



30
468,720



102
1,262,689



128,961


198,715



88,619






666,355



4
79,166





17,163







3
48,660





1,079







4
83,572













1
16,524

















10,000



TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF

ALL SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS CONTAINED HEREIN REFLECT
THE TOTAL COMMITMENT LEVEL TO BE ENTERED INTO BY THE
DEPARTMENT DURING EACH FISCAL YEAR IN ACCORDANCE
WI1H SECTION 216.311, FLORIDA STATUTES. AT THE END
38,117 OF EACH FISCAL YEAR ANY UNEXPENDED BALANCE REMAINING
SIl SPECIAL CATEGORIES, AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, AND
LUMP SUMS APPROPRIATED FOR PROJECTS WHICH ARE PART
147,657 OF THE MULTI-YFAR WORK PROGRAM MAY BE CERTIFIED
FORWARD AS FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY UNTIL THESE FUNDS
HAVE BEEN EXPENDED. THE AMOUNT CERTIFIED FORWARD
8,047 SHALL INCLUDE CONTINGENCY ALLOWANCES FOR ASPHALT AND
PETROLEUM PRODUCT ESCALATION CLAUSES, CONTRACT
OVERAGES ETC., WHICH SHALL BE SEPARATELY IDENTIFIED
IN THE CERTIFICATION DETAIL. THESE CONTINGENCY
AMOUNTS SHALL BE INCORPORATED IN THE CERTIFICATION
FOR EACH SPECIFIC CATEGORY BUT WHEN A CATEGORY
PROVES TO HAVE AN EXCESS AND ANOTHER CATEGORY HAS A
275,000 DEFICIENCY, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR IS
AUTHORIZED TO TRANSFER THE EXCESS TO THE DEFICIENT
ACCOUNT. APPROPRIATION LEVELS CONTAINED HEREIN
CONTEMPLATE THAT CASH FLON PROCEDURES AUTHORIZED FOR
THE STATE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND BY SECTION
334.21, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND THE ACI REVOLVING
TRUST FUND BY SECTION 337.34 3)(B), FLORIDA
510,619 STATUTES, SHALL CONTINUE TO BE UTILIZED AS A MEANS
TO MAXIMIZE CONTRACT LETTINGS.

THE DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED, WITH THE CONCURRENCE
1,381 OF THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, TO PAY ALL
125,000 BILLS OF THE DEPARTMENT FROM THE WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUND PURSUANT TO SECTION 334.2105, FLORIDA
STATUTES, WITH MONTHLY REIMBURSEMENT FROM THE
APPROPRIATE FUND AND SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION. THE
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND WILL CONTINUE TO BE
USED BY THE DEPARTMENT TO ACCOUNT FOR ALL REVENUES
AND TO REIMBURSE THE WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND FOR
EXPENDITURES OF THE DIVISION OF PUI.IC
TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS. TIlE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF
THE GOVERNOR IS AUTHORIZED TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY
BUDGET FOR THE WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND TO
COINCIDE WITH THE APPROPRIATION CATEGORY AMOUNTS
CONTAINED HEREIN AS WELL AS AN ADVANCE FROM
5,775 APPROPRIATE SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS IN ACCORDANCE
WITH SECTION 334.2105, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO MEET
ESTIMATED CASH FLOW NEEDS.

17,558 TIE DEPARTMENT SHALL PREPARE A FUNDING MATRIX
DEPICTING THE FUND SOURCE FOR EACH SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION CONTAINED HEREIN FOR INCLUSION IN THE
2,078 1982-83 APPROVED OPERATING BUDGET PREPARED BY THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR PURSUANT TO CHAPTER
216, FLORIDA STATUTES. IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS
MATRIX, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ALSO DEVELOP AND SUBMIT
FOR INCLUSION IN THE APPROVED OPERATING BUDGET
PERFORMANCE MEASURES FOR ALL PROGRAMS AND
ANTICIPATED UNITS OF PERFORMANCE FOR THE 1982-83
FISCAL YEAR TH1E DEPARTMENT SHALL PREPARE QUARTERLY
9,005 A REPORT IN THIS IDENTICAL FORMAT SHOWING
COMMITMENTS ACTUALLY MADE DURING THE FISCAL YEAR
1982-83 AND SHALL PROVIDE COPIES OF EACH REPORT TO
ALL PARTIES RECEIVING COPIES OF THE APPROVED
23,117 OPERATING BUDGET. THESE QUARTERLY REPORTS SHALL
ALSO INCLUDE AN ANALYSIS OF UNITS OF PROGRAM
PERFORMANCE ACHIEVED.

WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUNDS UTILIZED FOR ALL BUDGET
ENTITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT REFLECT THE TRUST FUND
AUTHORIZED BY SECTION 334.2105, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
WELL AS REQUIREMENTS FOR FUNDING BURNS DATA CENTER
PURSUANT TO SECTION 23.029, FLORIDA STATUTES. THE
STATE COMPTROLLER'S PROCEDURES MAY HOT PERMIT THE
DEPARTMENT TO USE A SINGLE CASH CONTROL FOR THE FUND
23,000 AND AT THE SAME TITE PROVIDE THE ABILITY TO RECORD
CHARGES FOR OTHER BUDGET ENTITIES ON A UNIT COST
BASIS FOR SERVICES RENDERED BY THE BURNS DATA CENTER
23,752 AND CENTRALIZED MOBILE EQUIPMENT AND WAREHOUSE
OPERATIONS BUDGET ENTITIES. IN THIS EVENT, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL MAINTAIN ADEQUATE INTERNAL RECORDS
"890 TO RECORD THESE CHARGES AND REFLECT THESE AS
COMMITMENTS ON THE QUARTERLY FUNDING MATRIX REPORT
REQUIRED ABOVE. IN ADDITION, THE APPROPRIATION
CATEGORIES ENTITLED "PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED
SUPPORT SERVICES" AND DATA PROCESSING SERVICES"
SHALL CONTINUE TO BE REFLECTED IN THE LEGISLATIVE
BUDGET SYSTEM AS SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS REGARDLESS
OF WHETHER OR NOT OPERATING DISBURSEMENTS ARE
RECORDED IN THE STATE COMPTROLLER'S ACCOUNTS.
8,348
THE DEPARTMENT SHALL UTILIZE FISCAL RESOURCES
APPROPRIATED HEREIN TO PREPARE CURRENT DETAILED
665 WRITTEN DOCUMENTATION OF FINANCIAL PLANNING, CASH
FORECASTING, AND CASH CONTROL SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES
AID DEVELOP IN CONSULTATION WITH THE STATE
COMPTROLLER A CURRENT CHART OF ACCOUNTS AND FISCAL
ACCOUNTING MANUAL WHICH DOCUMENTS THE AGENCY'S BASIC
ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES AND CODE STRUCTURE. THE
17,524 MANUAL SHALL OUTLINE FISCAL CONTROL PROCEDURES
IMPLEMENTED TO ASSURE CONSISTENT AR) PROPER
UTILIZATION OF WORK PROJECT, GENERAL LEDGER, COST
1.329 CENTER, OBJECT CLASSIFICATION AND APPROPRIATION
ACCOUNT CODES. OOCUMENTATION OF APPROPRIATION
ACCOUNT CODES WITH ITEMIZED DESCRIPTIONS OF OBJECT
CLASSIFICATIONS AND FUNCTIONAL CHARGES APPROPRIATED



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FOR EACH SHALL BE FILED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
FUNDING MATRIX REQUIRED ABOVE AND THE BALANCE OF THE
DOCUMENTATION AND MANUAL SHALL BE FILED WITH THE
QUARTERLY REPORT FOR THE SECOND QUARTER.

IN THE EVENT SEPARATE LEGISLATION CONCERNING BID
RIGGING IS NOT ENACTED PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1982, THE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION IS HEREBY APPROPRIATED
FROM THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND FOR TRANSFER TO THE
STATE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO
REVENUES DEPOSITED IN THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND
DURING FISCAL YEAR 1982-83 FROM TRANSPORTATION
PROJECT BID RIGGING SETTLEMENTS PURSUANT TO SECTION
16.53, FLORIDA STATUTES. THE DEPARTMENT MAY UTILIZE
THESE REVENUES FOR REPAYMENT OF FEDERAL SHARES OF
THE SETTLEMENTS.

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 1235,
1244, 1257, 1264, 1267, 1271, 1272, 1273, 1274,
1288, AND 1303 SHALL BE EXPENDED ONLY FOR CONTRACTS
NEGOTIATED FPOM TECHNICAL PROPOSALS OUTLINING IN
DETAIL ANTICIPATED WORK HOURS OF EFFORT FOR EACH
SPECIFIC ACTIVITY, AND WHICH HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED AS
PART OF THE TECHNICAL REVIEW OF THE PROPOSAL AS
EVIDENCE OF THE FIRM'S QUALIFICATIONS AS OUTLINED IN
SECTION 287.055(4)(B), FLORIDA STATUTES.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

1231 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 534
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1232 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FND . .

1233 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1234 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1234A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
LONGEVITY BONUS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1235 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONSULTANT FEES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1236 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1237 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1237A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSFER/MARCO ISLAND EXCESS TOLLS TO
PRIMARY TRUST FUND
FROM SAN MARCO TRUST FUND . .

1238 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS, DIVISION OF

APPROPRIATION AUTHORITY PROVIDED FROM THE PUBLIC
TPANSPORIATION TRUST FUND FOR ANTICIPATED FEDERAL
GRANT FUNDS FOR THE DIVISION OF PUBLIC
TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS SHALL NOT BE UTILIZED TO
DISBURSE STATE FUNDS IF THE FEDERAL GRANTS DO NOT
MATERIALIZE.

THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, BY APRIL 1, 1983,
MAY ESTABLISH SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
A STATEWIDE, HIGH SPEED, RAILROAD PASSENGER SERVICE,
AND REQUEST PROPOSALS FROM PRIVATE ENTITIES TO
DEVELOP AND OPERATE SUCH SERVICE UNDER AN EXCLUSIVE
FRANCHISE. THE ESTABLISHED SPECIFICATIONS MAY
INCLUDE STANDARDS FOR PERFORMANCE AND SAFETY;
MINIMUM FINANCIAL CAPABILITY AND LIABILITY
PROTECTION; A PROCEDURE FOR CONTRACTING WITH ANY
OTHER ENTITY TO DEVELOP OR OPERATE SUCH SERVICE.
FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 1239 AND
1240 MAY BE USED TO SUPPORT THIS ACTIVITY, ALL OTHER
COSTS INCURRED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
IN ESTABLISHING THE SPECIFICATIONS SHALL BE PAID FOR
FROM NON-STATE REVENUE.

1239 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 85
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1240 EXPENSES
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1241 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
MASS TRANSIT MATCHING GRANTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 17,780,000
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

FROM TRUST FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION
1241, THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION MAY USE UP TO
$220,000 TO PROVIDE AN INTERCITY BUS PILOT SERVICE



DEVELOPMENT PROJECT.

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1241 FOR
DART AND THE DADE DOWNTOWN PEOPLE MOVER SHALL BE



EXPENDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 341.051(5),
FLORIDA STATUTES.

1242 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
AVIATION MATCH GRANTS
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1243 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1244 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1245 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION STRUCTURES
IMPROVEMENTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 900,000
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1246 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1247 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RIGHT-OF-WAY OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES FEES
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1248 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION FLEET
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .
11,138,682
1249 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PURCHASE OF RAILROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY
386,051 FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .

1250 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
4,810,470 LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUS PURCHASES
FROM LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUS PURCHASE
REVOLVING TPUST FUND . .
71,820
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1250 PROVIDES AUTHORIZATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT TO UTILIZE FUNDING COMMITMENTS
FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTAL ENTTITIES AS THE BASIS FOR
58,658 FUNDING PURCHASE ORDERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF LOCAL
GOVERNMENT BUSES, WITH CONCURRENCE OF THE DEPARTMENT
COMPTROLLER REGARDING REIMBURSEMENT PROCEDURES. THE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR IS AUTHORIZED TO
462,572 APPROVE TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF FUNDS CONTAINED IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1241 FOR A PERIOD NOT TO
EXCEED 90 DAYS IF NEEDED TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM SAVINGS
ON THE BUS PURCHASES.
1,070,175

1251 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND .
210,259

PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING, DIVISION OF

1252 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 228
230,000 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1253 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
2,598,047 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU ...

1254 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..

1255 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING GRANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1256 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1257 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
ENGINEERING AND PLANNING CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1258 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..

1259 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

FROM FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 1252
THROUGH 1259, THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SHALL
PERFORM A FEASIBILITY AND PLANNING STUDY FOR A REST
PLAZA ON THE EVERGLADES PARKWAY, REPORT TO THE 1983
LEGISLATURE REGARDING THE FEASIBILITY OF THE
2,357,468 PROJECT, AND PRESENT A FUNDING PROPOSAL TO CONSTRUCT
THE REST PLAZA IF DETERMINED FEASIBLE.

272,061 PRE-CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN, DIVISION OF

1260 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,275
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .
13545000 1261 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1262 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ....



1263 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..



April 7, 1982



4,999,500


8,498



700,000





3,250,000



64,994



50,000



1,675,000



2,500,000




8,000,000















52,283





5,375,385


5,612


421,734



1,794,375


61,652



685,000



165,732


1,177,406













27,352,049


164,474


2,446,974


52,350















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



1264 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE 100% DESIGN CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1265 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OVERTIME
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1266 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RIGHT-OF-WAY OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES FEES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1267 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COtNSULTANT FEES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU . .

1268 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1269 NOT USED

1269A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION PAYMENTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1270 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RIGHT-OF-WAY LAND ACQUISITION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 200,000
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1271 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTERSTATE DESIGN CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1272 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER FEDERAL AID DESIGN CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUD . .

1273 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
BRIDGE DESIGN CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

UPON APPROVAL OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT,
THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PROCEED IMfEDIATELY WITH THE
SELECTION OF A DESIGN CONSULTANT FOR THE ACOSTA
BRIDGE.

1274 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRAFFIC OPERATIONS DESIGN CONSULTANTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1275 DEBT SERVICE
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1276 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU . .

CONSTRUCTION, DIVISION OF

1277 SALARIES AIND BENEFITS POSITIONS 1,448
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1278 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..

1279 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1280 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1281 LUMP SUM
TRANSFER TO ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION
INTERSTATE REVOLVING TRUST FUND FOR SKYWAY
BRIDGE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 95,000,000
STATE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND . .
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

FUtIJS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1281 SHALL
BE TRANSFERRED TO THE ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION
INTERSTATE REVOLVING TRUST FUND UPON APPROPRIATION
AND UTILIZED FOR THE SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE PROJECT.
THE DEPARTMENT IS AUTHORIZED TO UTILIZE ACCRUED
INTEREST EARNINGS ON THIS $101,000,000 FROM THE
ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION INTERSTATE REVOLVING TRUST
FUIE CONSISTENT WITH CASH FLON REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE AND TO UTILIZE INTEREST
EARNED ON THE RESIDUAL OF THE ORIGINAL ADVANCED
CONSTRUCTION INTERSTATE REVOLVING TRUST FUIW BALANCE
FROM PREVIOUS GENERAL REVENUE APPROPRIATIONS.
SHOULD THESE SOURCES NOT FULLY MEET FU)DING
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SKYWAY BRIDGE, THE DEPARTMENT
IS AUTHORIZED, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 216, FLORIDA
STATUTES, TO TRANSFER AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED
$3,500,000 TO THIS SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION FROM OTHER
ACI FUNDS PROVIDED TO THE DEPARTMENT.

IN ORDER TO HELP DEFRAY COSTS FOR THE REPAIR OF THE
SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL LEVY A
TOLL OF $1.00 ON THE OPERATING PORTION OF THE BRIDGE
UNTIL SUCH TIME AS A TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STUDY CAN
BE CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE FUTURE TOLLS.

AN AMOUNT OF FUNDS UP TO $350,000 IN SPECIFIC



APPROPRIATION 1281 SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE
ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION PROTECTION EQUIPMENT FOR THE
SUNSHINE SKYWAY BRIDGE.



1282 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SKYWAY BRIDGE
250,000 FROM ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION INTERSTATE
REVOLVING TRUST FUND . . .

1283 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
17,223 OTHER FEDERAL AID BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

6,633,600 1284 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
STATE 100% BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU .....

1285 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
209,875 OTHER FEDERAL AID RESURFACING CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU . .

1286 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
1,719,220 STATE 100% RESURFACING CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTS
FROtl GENERAL REVENUE FUD . . 18,
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1287 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
100,000 OVERTIME
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1288 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
96336000 CONSULTANT FEES
96336,000 FROM WORKItG CAPITAL TRUST FUD . .

1289 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMEtITS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
1000000 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1290 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSPORTATIOlN MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
500,000 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1291 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
INTERSTATE ROAO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUD . .

1292 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRAFFIC OPERATIONS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST TU ....

1293 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER FEDERAL AID ROAD CONSTRUCTION
COtNTRACTS
100,0 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU .

942 1294 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER STALE 100 ROAD CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 3,!
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND

$3,500,000 OF THE FUIOS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 1294 SHALL BE USED WITHIN THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FIFTH DISTRICT FOR
29,790,332 CONSTRUCTION OF A HIGHWAY INELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL AID
DUE TO HAlNDLING OF RELOCATION ASSISTANCE.
45.958 1294A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OTHER FEDERAL AID TRAFFIC OPERATIONS
1,245,495 FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1295 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
136,086 INTERSTATE RESURFACING/REHABILITATION
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND



300,000



i00,00



1296 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .
3.500,000
2,500,000 MAINTENANCE, DIVISION OF
FROM FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS 1297
THROUGH 1310 THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SHALL
OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE REST AREAS NOT CURRENTLY
MAINTAINED ON HIGHWAY U.S. 90 IN CHATTAHOOCHEE AND
QUINCY.

1297 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 4,919
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUD ....

1298 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST F . .

1299 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1300 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUD .

1301 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
OVERTIME
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FD . .

1302 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EMERGENCY STRUCTURES REPAIRS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST F . .

1303 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONSULTANT FEES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .



April 7, 1982



93



140,600,000




27,000,000



9,000,000



40,000,000





3,700,000



781,581



550,000



5,206,314



2,184



167,100,000



3,000,000




42,600,000





4,000,000



3,000,000




20,500,000



484,388










70,814,666


1,654,021


8,241,379


222,959



677,187



1,000,000



2,536,090















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 7, 1982



1303A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RELOCATE TOLL BOOTH ON 54TH AVENUE IN
PINELLAS COUNTY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1304 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1305 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES WITH DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
SUPERVISED
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1306 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSPORTATION MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1307 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ..

1308 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1309 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS CONTRACTS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS PROVIDED IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1309 FOR
THE COCOA MAINTENANCE PILOT PROJECT SHALL BE USED
ONLY FOR THAT PROJECT.

1310 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SHALL EVALUATE THE
COST EFFECTIVENESS AND FEASIBILITY OF CONVERTING
DEPARTMENIT-OWNED VEHICLES AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT TO LP
GAS OPERATION. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT THE
RESULTS OF THIS EVALUATION TO THE FLORIDA
LEGISLATURE BY FEBRUARY 1, 1983. IF THE EVALUATION
DETERMINES THAT LP CONVERSION OF DEPARTMENT VEHICLES
AND/OR EQUIPMENT IS ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE, THE
DEPARTMENT SHALL PREPARE A BUDGET TO IMPLEMENT A
PILOT CONVERSION PROJECT UTILIZING DEPARTMENT UNITS
AND SHALL SUBMIT THE BUDGET FOR THE PILOT CONVERSION
PROJECT TO THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE PRIOR TO MARCH 1,
1983.



CENTRALIZED MOBILE EQUIPMENT AND WAREHOUSE
OPERATIONS

1311 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1312 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND . .

1313 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU .....

1314 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND

1315 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RISK MAtNAGEMENT INSURANCE
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1316 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
TRANSPORTATION MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1317 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...



375



BURNS DATA CENTER

1318 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 161
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1319 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FU .....

1320 EXPENSES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND ...

1321 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND .

1322 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENTS FOR CENTRALIZED SUPPORT SERVICES
FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND

VETERAN AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

IN THE EVENT MATCHING GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS BECOME
AVAILABLE AS A RESULT OF FEDERAL CUTBACKS IN THE
DEPARTMENT'S PROGRAMS, THE SECRETARY, AFTER APPROVAL
BY THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, IN
CONSULTATION WITH THE LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS
COMMITTEES. MAY UTILIZE SUCH FUNDS TO MEET RELATED
ADMINISTRATIVE SHORTFALLS. THE DEPARTMENT OF



VETERANS AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS IS AUTHORIZED TO
CONTINUE ADVANCES FOR PROGRAM START-UP OR PERIODIC
ADVANCE PAYMENTS FOR CONTRACTED SERVICES DURING
413,000 FISCAL YEAR 1982-83.

1323 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 42
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 4(
34,055,691 FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND .. ....

1324 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1325 EXPENSES
6,790,306 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .... 1

1326 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCILS STANDARDS
6,685,225 DEVELOPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 5

1327 NOT USED
45,177
1328 NOT USED

1329 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
4,245,601 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .....
1329A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
EVACUATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 2
3,150,000
FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1329A SHALL BE USED
TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE, INTEGRATED EVACUATION
PLAN FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA. THIS PLAN SHOULD
INCORPORATE AT LEAST THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS: NATURAL
DISASTERS, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILLS, NUCLEAR POWER
PLANT INCIDENTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF IDENTIFICATION
AND REMOVAL PLANS FOR THE DISABLED AND HANDICAPPED
CITIZENS OF FLORIDA. THE DEPARTMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO
THE GOVERNOR, SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE
EVACUATION PLAN. FUNDS FOR THE SUCCEEDING QUARTER
SHALL NOT BE RELEASED TO THE DEPARTMENT OR REGIONAL
PLANNING COUNCILS UNTIL THE REPORT IS SUBMITTED.

1330 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. .

VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DIVISION OF

1331 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 6
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 9
FROM STATE APPROVAL AGENCY TRUST FUND .

1332 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM STATE APPROVAL AGENCY TRUST FUND .
5771995 1333 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
720 FROM STATE APPROVAL AGENCY TRUST FUND .

PUBLIC SAFETY PLANNING AND ASSISTANCE, DIVISION OF
17,179,338
17179338 IN THE EVENT FEDERAL LEAA FUNDS BECOME AVAILABLE FOR
FY 1982-83 FOR THE OPERATION OF THE BUREAU OF
8,318,289 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, THEN THE AUTHORIZATION
TO USE THE BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUNDS FOR THE
OPERATION OF THE BUREAU OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
ASSISTANCE SHALL BE REDUCED BY THE AMOUNT OF LEAA
62,388 FUNDS RECEIVED.
1334 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 8
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... ... 4
13,511,219 FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUN. .
FROM COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
70,210 FROM DISASTER PLANNING TRUST FUND .
FROM GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON CRIMINAL
JUSTICE TRUST FUND . . .
FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY
COMMISSION TRUST FUND . . .
FROM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION TRUST
3,160,135 FUND . .
FROM RADIOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT FACILITY
TRUST FUND . . . .
6,288
1335 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,959,354 FROM COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM DISASTER PLANNING TRUST FUND .
95,317 FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY
COMMISSION TRUST FUND . . .
FROM PERSONIIEL AND ADMINISTRATION TRUST
FU . . . . .
7,173
1336 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... ........ 1
FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .
FROM COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING TRUST
FUND . . . .
FROM DISASTER PLANNING TRUST FUND .
FROM GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON CRIMINAL
JUSTICE TRUST FUND . .
FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY



COMMISSION TRUST FUtND . . .
FROM PERSONNEL AN) ADMINISTRATION TRUST
FUND . . . .



2
63,592



2,680


74,479




00.000






7,339



00,000
















35,000



7
'77,418



73.167



4,000



B8
482,767



7,250



52,716



94



412.288



97,279



33,696



1,000













100,885

99,974
19,614

267,591

253,619

287,208

90,292




4,500
750

300,000

6,500



19,488

33,100
6,614

90,454

121,661

77,500















JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



FROM RADIOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT FACILITY
TRUST FU . . . .
FROM U.S. CONTRIBUTIONS TRUST FUND ..

1337 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
DISASTER RELIEF PAYMENTS
FROM DISASTER RELIEF U.S. TRUST FUND .

1338 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PLANNING AND
ADMINISTRATION
FROM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION TRUST
FUND . . . .

1339 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS
FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY
COMMISSION TRUST FUND . . .

1340 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ACT
FROM GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL 01 CRIMINAL
JUSTICE TRUST FUND . .

FUNDS AND POSITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION 1340 ARE CONTINGENT UPON RECEIPT OF
FEDERAL FUNDS. SHOULD RECEIPT OF FEDERAL FUNDS NOT
EQUAL THE APPROPRIATED AMOUNT, POSITIONS AND
ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS SHOULD BE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY.

1341 NOT USED

1342 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LAN ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION
LOCAL BUY-IN
FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .

1342A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE
FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .

1343 NOT USED

1344 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COMMUNITY SHELTER PLANNING TRUST
FUND . . . . .
FROM DISASTER PLANNING TRUST FUND ..
FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY
COMtMISSION TRUST FUND . . .
FROM PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION TRUST
FUND . . .
FROM RADIOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT FACILITY
TRUST FUND ............. .

1344A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PAYMENT TO FLORIDA WING OF CIVIL AIR
PATROL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

13448 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
PROMISE PROGRAM
FROM BLOCK GRANT MATCHING TRUST FUND .

1345 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY
COMMISSION TRUST FUND . . .

LOCAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, DIVISION OF
1346 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS 8
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. ..... 1,1
FROM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND .
FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
FROM ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TRUST FUND .
FROM FACTORY-BUILT HOUSING TRUST FUND .
FROM HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND ..
FROM REVOLVING LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE PLANNING TRUST FUND . .
FROM URBAN PLANNING ASSISTANCE REVOLVING
TRUST FUND . . .

1347 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN . .
FROM REVOLVING LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .

1348 EXPENSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2
FROM COMMUNlITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND .
FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
TRUST FUND ..............
FROM ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TRUST FUND .
FROM FACTORY-BUILT HOUSING TRUST FUND .
FROM HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM REVOLVING LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TRUST FI .
FROM STATE PLANNING TRUST FUND . .

1348A AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
TRANSFER TO COMMUNITY SERVICES TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ..... 91

13488 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTST



COtMMRITY SERVICES TRUST FUND GRANTS TO
COMIUNITITES
FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES TRUST FUHD ....



12,833













50,000



55
49,872













10,000




72,478












80,000



1349 NOT USED
30,812
32,416 1350 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANTS
FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
TRUST FUND . . . .
1,000,000
1351 AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
SPECIAL PROJECTS GRANTS
FROM ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TRUST FUND .

1352 AID TO LOCAL GOVERt#NENTS
950,000 LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE DEVELOPMENT
FROM REVOLVING LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .

1353 OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
5,852,178 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
FROM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND .
FROM COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
TRUST FUD . . . .
FROM ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TRUST FUND .
6,035,942 FROM FACTORY-BUILT HOUSING TRUST FUND .
FROM HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM REVOLVING LAND ACQUISITION AND SITE
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .
FROM STATE PLANNING TRUST FUND . .

THE NINE POSITIONS AND FUNDS IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATIONS 1346, 1348 AND 1353 ASSOCIATED WITH
THE HUD 107 PROGRAM ARE CONTINGENT UPON RECEIPT OF
FEDERAL FUNDS. SHOULD FEDERAL FUNDS NOT EQUAL THE
APPROPRIATED AMOUNT, POSITIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE
COSTS SHOULD BE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY.

20,273 THE NINE POSITIONS AND FUNDS APPROPRIATED IN
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1346, 1348, 1350 AND 1353
ASSOCIATED WITH THE STATE'S ACCEPTANCE OF THE
COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT ADMINISTRATION ARE
125,000 CONTINGENT UPON CS/SB 777 OR SIMILAR LEGISLATION
BECOMING LAW.

1354 LUMP SUM
SUPPORT COSTS FOR RESOURCE PLANNING AND
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
1,168
154 THE FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1354 SHALL BE
USED TO REItDURSE THE DEPARTMENT FOR ACTUAL COSTS OF
318 SUPPORT TO THE RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
COMMITTEES. THESE FUNDS SHALL NOT BE USED TO
9,791 REIMBURSE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION
IN SUCH COMMITTEE.
8,409
1355 NOT USED

1356 LUMP SUM
THERMAL EFFICIENCY CODE
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUND .

1357 LUMP SUM
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION SUPPORT
1,000,000 AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
POSITIONS
FROM COMtUNITY DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND
ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND . . ..
25,000
1358 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION SUPPORT
AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,01
189,155FROM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND
189,155 ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND . . .

16088 UP TO $100,000 IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1358 IS
52,127 HEREBY APPROPRIATED FOR USE BY THE COMMUNITY
46t,29 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF GADSDEN COUNTY,
68,586 C.

36,561
32,215 UP TO $100,000 IN. SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1358 IS
102215 HEREBY APPROPRIATED FOR USE BY THE DADE COUNTY
0 COlMMUNITY REVITALIZATION BOARD CREATED PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 80-251, LAWS OF FLORIDA.

1359 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
COASTAL ENERGY IMPACT GRANTS
4,500 FROM STATE PLANNING TRUST FUND . .
1360 SPECIAL CATEGORIES
RENTAL PAYMENTS
95,358 FROM HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST FU .
1360A SPECIAL CATEGORIES
488362 GRANTS AND AID
12,239 FROM GENERAL REv'ENUE FUND . .
23,375 1361 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUN .
9,015
33,753 HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY

1362 SALARIES AND BENEFITS POSITIONS
FROM HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY TRUST FUND .
1363 OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
FROM HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY TRUST FUND .



1364 EXPENSES
980,000 FROM HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY TRUST FU .



14,903



4



00,000



L5,000


36,000



144,845

35,000


49,059



April 7, 1982



95



5,686,030



802,000




1,250,000



1,460

10,414
430
100
878

318
1,991



7,500



320,500



100,000



1,000,000













160,000



1,915,974















96 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE


FUNDS PREVIOUSLY PROVIDED FROM GENERAL REVENUE FOR
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF THE HOUSING FINANCE
AGENCY SHALL BE REPAID TO THE GENERAL REVENUE FUtND
OF THE STATE FROM TRUST FUND RECEIPTS AT SUCH TIME
AS IT IS ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE.

1365 NOT USED

ENERGY, DIVISION OF

1366 NOT USED

1367 NOT USED

1368 NOT USED

1369 NOT USED

1370 NOT USED

TOTAL OF SECTION 01 POSITIONS 105,611

FROM GENERAL FUNDS. . . . 5343,635,475

FROM TRUST FUNDS. . . . 4791,553,700

TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . ..... 10135.189,175

SECTION 2. THE MONEYS IN THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS ARE
APPROPRIATED FROM THE NAMED FUNDS FOR THE 1982-83 FISCAL YEAR TO THE
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES FOR FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY FOR THE
FOLLOWING AGENCIES. THE SUMS PROVIDED HEREIN ARE THE MAXIMUM SUMS
APPROPRIATED; HOWEVER, WHERE AN APFiUP'RIATION IS FOR A NAMED PROJECT,
AND WHERE IT IS FOUND TO BE IN EXCESS OF THAT NEEDED TO FULLY COMPLETE
THAT PROJECT, THE EXCESS MAY BE TRANSFERRED, WITH THE APPROVAL OF TlHE
ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION, TO ANOTHER PROJECT NAMED HEREIN IN THE SAME
FUND AND WITHIN THE SAME DEPARTMENT WHERE A DEFICIENCY IS FOUND TO
EXIST.

THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAINTAINING THE APPROPRIATE ACCOUNTING RECORDS
MAY BE DELEGATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES TO THE NAMED
AGENCIES HEREIN FOR ALL CAPITAL OUTLAY APPROPRIATIONS, INCLUDING THOSE
CERTIFIED FORWARD.

FOR PURPOSES OF IMPROVED CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION, THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE
OF THE GOVERNOR MAY AUTHORIZE CONSOLIDATION OF TWO OR MORE OF THE
FOLLOWING SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS FOR AN AGENCY, PROVIDED THE ORIGINAL
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF EACH PROJECT IS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED.



AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

"MARKETING, DIVISION OF

1 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
LUMP SUM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS
FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING CAPITAL
TRUST FUND . . . .

1A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
TRANSFER TO MARKET IMPROVEMENT WORKING
CAPITAL TRUST FUND
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

1B FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
RESURFACE PARKING LOT AT PLANT CITY STATE
FARMERS MARKET
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

IC FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS & SITE SELECTION
STUDY FOR PALM BEACH FARMERS MARKET
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INSPECTION, DIVISION OF

2 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
LABORATORY ADDITION TO FLORIDA CITRUS
BUILDING, WINTER HAVEN
FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUN .

FORESTRY, DIVISION OF

2A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
EQUIPMENT REPAIR FACILITY/LEVY COUNTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

28 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
BLACKWATER OFFICE BUILDING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

3 NOT USED

4 NOT USED

5 NOT USED

6 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
ADDITION TO SANTA FE COMMUNITY
CORRECTIONAL. CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

7 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
SOUTH FLORIDA RECEPTION CENTER AND
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .



2,500,000




274,000




100,000












88,680



115,000












360,000




14,000,000



E OF REPRESENTATIVES



8 NOT USED
8A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
PLANNING/REPLACEMENT FOR DESOTO
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY KITCHEN
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 150,000

9 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
EXPANSION OF EXISTING FACILITIES 500
BEDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5,500,00

10 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
NEW COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER 100
BEDS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 1,580,000

SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 10 SHALL BE USED AS A
YOUTHFUL OFFENDER COfMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER.

11 NOT USED

12 NOT USED

13 NOT USED

14 NOT USED

15 NOT USED

15A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ........ 6,500,000

158 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
NEW AND EXPANDED COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL
CENTERS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 5.500,000

GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION, FLORIDA

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

15C FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
APALACHICOLA TARGET RANGE
FROM STATE GAME TRUST FUND . .



GENERAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT,
DIVISION OF

15D FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
MISCELLANEOUS RENOVATIONS AGENCY FUNDS
FROM SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACTS TRUST FUND .

2,700,000 15E FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
MAJOR REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS, STATE
OFFICE FACILITIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .
15F FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
CORRECTION OF FIRE SAFETY DEFICIENCIES,
STATE OFFICE BUILDINGS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

15G FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
LAKELANO OFFICE BUILDING
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

15M FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
SOUTH FLORIDA EVALUATION AND TREATMENT
341,100 CENTER (FORENSIC UNIT)
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

151 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC-MANATEE COUNTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .

16 NOT USED

17 NOT USED

18 NOT USED



1,000,000



150,000




100,000



6,957,796










21,000,000



2,000,000



CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

18A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
TWO HALFWAY HOUSES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,000,000

19 NOT USED

20 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER, ALACHUA COUNTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 2,000,000

20A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
RENOVATION OF OLD VOLUSIA DETENTION CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 150,000



April 7, 1982



43,304














JOURNAL OF THE



208 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
PLANNING FOR REPLACEMENT OF MCPHERSON
TRAINING SCHOOL
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . . 50,000

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

20C FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
CLUSTER REPLACEMENT FACILITIES STATEWIDE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. .. 12,000,000

APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZED BY CHAPTERS 81-206,
79-212, AID 77-465, LAWS OF FLORIDA, FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF REPLACEMENT FACILITIES FOR CLIENTS
IN TALLAHASSEE AND ORLAIDO SUNLANDS SHALL NOT BE
SUBJECT TO REVERSION. SAID APPROPRIATIONS MAY BE
USED BY THE DEPARTMENT TO PURCHASE PRIVATELY
CONSTRUCTED CLUSTER FACILITIES.

21 NOT USED

21A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
BIRD DRIVE PARK
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 500,000

HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES, DEPARTMENT OF

218 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS NEEDED TO COMPLETE
MARATHON FHP/DL OFFICE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 117,154

21C FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
FHP/DRIVER LICENSE STATION PARKING
FACILITY PERRY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 15,000

210 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
FHP/DRIVER LICENSE STATION PARKING
FACILITY OCALA
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUD . .. 15,000

21E FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
DRIVER LICENSE DRIVING RANGE -
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 60,000

21F FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
FIRE SAFETY CORRECTIONS/FLORIDA HIGHWAY
PATROL ACADEMY TALLAHASSEE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND .. . 27,100

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, DIVISION OF

21G FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS REED ACT
BUILDINGS
FROM SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT SECURITY TRUST
FUND . . . . .

22 NOT USED

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
STAFF SERVICES

22A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPLACE REGIONAL CRIME LABORATORY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 3,000,000

SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 22A PROVIDES FUNDS FOR THE
REPLACEMENT OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CRIME LABORATORY
CURRENTLY LOCATED IN SANFORD.

228 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPLACEMENT OF REGIONAL CRIME LABORATORY,
JACKSONVILLE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 400,000

MILITARY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

GENERAL ACTIVITIES

22C FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY, OCALA
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 635,500

220 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
U.S. PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICE BUILDING,
ST. AUGUSTINE
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ....... 110,000

22E FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPLACEMENT OF ROOFS AND MISCELLANEOUS
REIIOVATIONS
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 2,200,000

STATE, DEPARTMENT OF, AtN SECRETARY OF STATE

CULTURAL AFFAIRS, DIVISION OF

22F FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPAIR AND RENOVATION COCONUT GROVE



THEATER PROPERTY
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ...... 100,000



April 7, 1982



CONVERSION OF TALLAHASSEE SUNLAND/SERVICE
CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE F . . 250,000

3C FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPAIR BUILDING C A 0 OF NONROE CENTER
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 10,000



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 97


HISTORIC PENSACOLA PRESERVATION BOARD

22G FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
ACQUISITION AND RENOVATION OF PENSACOLA
CITY HALL TO BECOME THE T. T. WENTWORTH
MUSEUM
FROM GENERAL REVEtAE FUND . 1,750,000

FUNDS IN SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 22G SHALL BE USED TO
ACQUIRE AND RENOVATE THE PENSACOLA CITY HALL WHICH
SHALL BE USED TO HOUSE THE T.T. WENTWORTH HISTORICAL
MUSEUM. THE WENTWORTH COLLECTION SHALL BE MADE
AVAILABLE ON A LOAN BASIS TO UNIVERSITIES, COMMtUNITY
COLLEGES AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

TOTAL OF SECTION 02

FROM GENERAL FUNDS. . . . 92,005,230

FROM TRUST FUNDS. . . . 4,784,404

TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. . . .96,789,634

SECTION 3. THE MONEYS IN THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS ARE
APPROPRIATED FROM THE NAMED FUNDS FOR THE 1982-83 FISCAL YEAR TO THE
STATE AGENCIES INDICATED, AS AMOUNTS FOR FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY.

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

MARKETING, DIVISION OF

OA FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS/OCALA LIVESTOCK
PAVILION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . 75,000

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

08 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
RENOVATIONS AND ADDITIONS-MENTAL HEALTH
FACILITIES
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . 250,000

OC FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
EXPANSION OF CAPACITY-LAKE CORRECTIONAL
INSTITUTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 200,000

00 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
SUPPLEMENTAL-VOLUSIA (TOMOKA) CORRECTIONAL
INSTITUTION
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . .. 283,563

PROVIDED THE APPROPRIATION MADE IN SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION OC IS CONTINGENT UPON A LIKE SUM
REVERTING FROM THE PROJECT ENTITLED, "JOINT SITE
ACQUISITION/PREPARATION" (ACCOUNT CODE 1-725-0818),
ON JUNE 30, 1982.

700,000 EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF, AND COMMISSIONER OF
EDUCATION

UNIVERSITIES, DIVISION OF

BOARD OF REGENTS GENERAL OFFICE

1 NOT USED

IA FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF PHOSPHATE RESEARCH -
FACILITIES/ LAND ACQUISITION
FROM PHOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND .. 410,000

ENVIROMiEHNTAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF

2 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
AID TO WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS LAND
ACQUISITION
FROM MATER MANAGEMENT LAND TRUST FUID 15,300,000

GAME AND FRESH MATER FISH COMMISSION, FLORIDA

OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND DIVISION OF
ADMINISTRATION

3 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
LAND ACQUISITION
FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . 500,000

3A FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
LAND ACQUISITION-ENDANGERED SPECIES
HABITAT JACKSON COUNTY
FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST FUID 35,000

HEALTH AID REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR OPERATIONS

DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

38 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY