Resolution No. 347

Amending Capital Project No. 541 SUNY Ulster – Facilities Equipment - Amending The 2022 Capital Fund Budget – Ulster County Community College

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Adopted

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Referred to:  The Economic Development, Planning, Education, Employment, Arts and Agriculture Committee (Chairman Cahill and Legislators Corcoran, Criswell, Hewitt, Litts, Maloney and Sperry), The Public Works, Capital Projects and Transportation Committee (Chairwoman Petit and Legislators Fabiano, Litts, Nolan, and Stewart), and The Ways and Means Committee (Chairman Gavaris and Legislators Cahill, Fabiano, Ronk, and Walter)

 

Chairman of the Economic Development, Planning, Education, Employment, Arts and Agriculture Committee, Brian B. Cahill, and Deputy Chair Herbert Litts, III offer the following:

 

WHEREAS, this resolution has been submitted by the County Executive on behalf of SUNY Ulster; and

 

WHEREAS, Resolution No. 149, dated April 16, 2019, approved the establishment and funding of Capital Project No. 541, SUNY Ulster - Facilities Equipment in the amount of $153,000; and

 

WHEREAS, Resolution No. 569, dated December 21, 2021, approved an increase in funding of Capital Project No. 541, SUNY Ulster - Facilities Equipment in the amount of $100,000; and

 

WHEREAS, SUNY Ulster has many equipment and vehicles that are old, and need to be replaced with the new “green fleet” vehicles and equipment to ensure that campus maintenance staff have adequate equipment to maintain the roads, sidewalks, grounds and parking lots; and

 

WHEREAS, SUNY Ulster Board of Trustees approved an increase in funding in the amount of $340,000 for SUNY Ulster – Facilities Equipment Capital Project via Resolution No. 22-06-100, at the Board of Trustees meeting held on June 23, 2022; and

 

WHEREAS, the $340,000 cost to replace facilities equipment for campus facilities in 2022 would be divided as follows: $170,000 State and $170,000 Ulster County; and

 

WHEREAS, the 2022-2027 Capital Improvement Program included funding of $440,000 for SUNY Ulster Facilities Equipment; now, therefore be it

 

 

 

RESOLVED, that Capital Project No. 541 for the SUNY Ulster – Facilities Equipment be amended as follows:

 

                                                                       

INCREASE                                                  AMOUNT

 

Capital Project No. 541       SUNY Ulster – Facilities Equipment       $340,000.00

                                                         

and, be it further

 

RESOLVED, that the 2022 Ulster County Capital Fund budget is hereby amended as follows:

                                                            INCREASE                                       AMOUNT                                             

HH.2497.0541-2300.2500            Other Equipment                              $340,000.00

(App. #)                                           & Capital Outlays

 

                                   

HH.2497.0541-3500.5710              Serial Bonds                                    $340,000.00

(Rev. #),

 

and move its adoption.

 

ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:

 

AYES:                      NOES:    

 

 

Passed Committee: Economic Development, Planning, Education, Employment, Arts and Agriculture on __________________.

 

Passed Committee: Public Works, Capital Projects and Transportation on __________________.

 

Passed Committee: Ways and Means on __________________.

 

 

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

$340,000.00 – CAPITAL PROJECT APPROPRATION DOLLARS                   

$340,000.00 – SERIAL BONDS – REVENUE (50% REIMBURSABLE FROM NEW YORK STATE DORMITORY AUTHORITY)      

 

 

***A BOND RESOLUTION WILL BE REQUIRED***

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Updated: August 2, 2022

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Tue, Jul 12, 2022 Ways and Means Committee
Committee Vote to Adopt Resolution No. 347
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Mon, Jul 11, 2022 Public Works, Capital Projects and Transportation
Committee Vote to Adopt Resolution No. 347
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No
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