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TOTAL:

11,200,000

8,200,000

8,200,000

2. Expenditures:

The department estimates the following expenditures:

Expenses – State Standard

342,057

0

0

Expenses - Postage

55,800

Operating Capital Outlay – State

132,600

0

0

Standard Operating Capital Outlay - Laptop Other: Contracted Services – Board Member Education Subtotal

2,449 3,000,000

0 0

0 0

3,532,906

None

None

FY 2009-10

(TRUST FUND) FY 2008-09

EXPENDITURES Non-Recurring Effects

  • FUNDING SOURCE

FY 2007-08

Salaries/Benefits – 102 FTE

5,437,099

5,437,099

Expenses – State Standard

643,593

643,593

Expenses – Travel for Senior

15,000

15,000

Attorneys Other: Contracted Services – Board Member Education Other: DMS/HR Services Subtotal

3,000,000

3,000,000

40,902 9,136,594

40,902 9,136,594

Recurring Effects

(TRUST FUND) FY 2008-09

EXPENDITURES

  • FUNDING SOURCE

FY 2007-08

FY 2009-10 5,437,099 643,593 15,000

3,000,000

40,902 9,136,594

FY 2008-09 598,600

FY 2009-10 598,600

1,551,792

1,551,792

2,369,392

2,369,392

Non-Operating Expenditures Service Charges (to General Revenue) Other Indirect Costs – Administrative Assessment Subtotal

FY 2007-08 817,600

1,551,792

2,369,392

  • B.

    FISCAL IMPACT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

    • 1.

      Revenues: Unknown.

    • 2.

      Expenditures: Unknown.

  • C.

    DIRECT ECONOMIC IMPACT ON PRIVATE SECTOR: The bill provides state regulation for a currently unregulated industry and limits commercial freedoms currently available to developers.

  • D.

    FISCAL COMMENTS:

STORAGE NAME:

h1373b.JEC.doc

DATE:

4/10/2007

PAGE: 15

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