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Florida Senate - 2010 SB7090 The Committee on Ways and Means (Peaden) recommended the following amendment:
Section: 03
On Page: 084

Spec App: 361A
Appropriates $250,000 from non-recurring general
revenue to provide services designed to prevent or
eliminate homelessness.
NET IMPACT ON: Total Funds General Revenue Trust Funds Recurring - 0 0 0 Non-Recurring - 250,000 250,000 0 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Positions & Amounts Positions & Amounts DELETE INSERT CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF Services Program: Economic Self Sufficiency Program Economic Self Sufficiency Services 60910708 In Section 03 On Page 084 361A Special Categories 100561 Grants And Aids - Homeless Housing Assistance Grants IOEB 1000 From General Revenue Fund 250,000 CA 250,000 FSI1NR 250,000 Following Specific Appropriation 361A, INSERT: From the funds in Specific Appropriation 361A, the non-recurring sum of $250,000 from the General Revenue Fund is provided for services to prevent or eliminate homelessness.
Line item amendments are accepted as part of the amendatory process. However, due to the necessity of using computerized systems this may entail a different placement within a budget entity or the renumbering of the specific appropriation items. Items printed in italics are computer codes and are not a part of the official text of this amendment.
995009 Log:0010 MVH/MVH 03/24/10 06:12:36 PM Senate Page: 1
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