Section 1511 Certifications Reported by Subrecipients - Early

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Revised on 11/7/2011

Section 1511 Certifications Reported by Subrecipients
Following is an alphabetical listing of the grantees (county offices of education, school
districts, and child care centers) reporting that they have certified infrastructure projects
pursuant to Section 1511 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of
2009. The certifications are required prior to using Child Care and Development Fund
(CCDF) grant monies for infrastructure projects.

     Name of Entity and Reported Project                 County         Estimated      Amount to
                Description                                             Total Cost     be Funded
                                                                        of Project     from CCDF
                                                                                          Grant
Anaheim City School District                             Orange           $3,827          $3,827
“Flooring add linoleum at Revere Pre-School
($2,151.06); flooring for Edison Pre-School–two
combined ($1,549.83); indirect cost ($125.83).”
Bakersfield City School District                           Kern          $18,000         $16,667
“The District will replace T-Bar and ceiling tiles
that are in poor condition in order to comply with
requirements that child care centers be clean,
safe, and sanitary and in good repair at all times
to ensure safety.”
The Community Development Center, Inc.                Los Angeles        $46,110         $46,110
“Playground cushioning, shade structures.”
Imperial County Superintendent of Schools                Imperial        $50,000         $16,667
“Removal and replacement of an air conditioning
unit. Remove sand and install rubber surface
underneath climbing apparatus.”
Inglewood Unified School District                     Los Angeles        $50,000         $16,667
“Replace five children’s restroom floors, one
sink, and one cabinet in order to meet California
health code.”
The Learning House                                         Lake          $19,875          $6,625
“Provide handicap access and provide fencing to
meet local use permit.”
Long Beach Day Nursery                                Los Angeles        $16,500         $15,379
“Upgrade of fire suppression system to meet
current code requirements at Long Beach Day
Nursery’s (LBDN’s) West Branch, final
inspection and certification. Replacement of 40-
year old commercial ranges at same site as well
as at LBDN’s East Branch. The fire suppression
system at the East Branch meets current code


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requirements. Kitchens at both sites are used to
prepare breakfast, lunch and snacks for more
than 300 children per annum served by the
California Child and Adult Food Program at
LBDN.”
Lovett’s Children, Inc.                               Riverside    (1) $27,300   (1) $6,667
(1) “Replace 25-year-old extremely weather                         (2) $11,850   (2) $6,667
worn and leaking composition shingle roof.”
(2) “Replace/fix very uneven and unsafe
concrete walkway sections and install play area
shade structures.”
Napa County Office of Education                         Napa        $67,500       $22,500
“Plan, design and installation/construction of two
shade structures on the Napa Preschool
Program playground.”
Old Adobe Union School District                       Sonoma        $37,000       $12,334
“Conversion of an existing playground designed
for Kindergarten into a pre-school playground for
students attending the State-funded pre-school
at the Bernard Eldredge site.”
S & B Inc., Happy Kids Preschool & Child              El Dorado     $50,000       $16,667
Care Center
“Repair of current structure, painting, repair
fences.”
San Joaquin County Office of Education               San Joaquin    $40,360       $36,867
“Project entails replacement of an aged HVAC
system with one that is energy efficient as well
as the repair and or replacement of two leaking
sprinkler systems with newer systems that offer
efficient water distribution.”
Santa Rosa City Schools Elementary District           Sonoma       (1) $7,610    (1) $7,610
(1) “Maximization and update of outdoor play                       (2) $7,610    (2) $7,610
areas, creation of shade structures and
improvements of fencing to facilitate the use of
available space.” (James Monroe Elementary)
(2) “Maximization and update of outdoor play
areas, creation of shade structures and
improvements of fencing to facilitate the use of
available space.” (Steele Lane Elementary)
Walnut Avenue Women’s Center                         Santa Cruz     $16,099       $16,099
“Safety lighting installation and safety areas
around and under play equipment.”




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