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					                                                                             FY 2008 DEPARTMENTAL NEW REQUESTS
                                                                                           SURVEY
                                                 New Request                                                                             Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                           Fund 100%                                     Give Suggestions of
                                                                                                                                          Lower           with
   Cluster Groups/                     Brief Description/Justification                            Total
    Departments                                                                                                            Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                              Don't Fund                              Service Cuts          Potential Cuts
                                                                                                                             Line         Cap

City/State Units

Clerk of the Circuit   Space-saver High Density Mobile Shelving in Criminal,                  $      85,500
Court-Court Services   Chancery and Civil Vaults - needed to expand and/or replace the
                       existing filing system. The criminal vault is now full to capacity,
                       with the civil and chancery vaults' capacity estimated to be full by
                       year end. The Clerk's Office needs adequate space to
                       accommodate the files for new cases including Grand Jury
                       certified cases, appeals from both the General District and
                       Juvenile Courts, divorces, concealed weapons permits, adoptions,
                       name changes, condemnation suits, civil suits, tax suits, etc. Most
                       records are required to be kept permanently.

Circuit Court          Law Clerk - would review case files, identify issues, research                35,000
                       points of law and enable judges to more quickly ascertain
                       problems and move towards an efficient resolution. This position
                       request is part of the Strategic Plan for this department.
Treasurer's Office     Field Specialist Position (This position would enhance the                    42,280
                       program already in place. Additional people are necessary for
                       field work to look for delinquent taxpayers with the License Plate
                       Reader, conduct apartment complex audits, distressing on
                       property, issuing parking tickets along with other means of
                       collecting taxes). - Service 424
                       Department Vehicle - expense to include lease amount and                       7,065
                       estimated auto repair and fuel (This vehicles is used by the
                       License Plate Reader to identify delinquent taxpayers along with
                       other means of collecting taxes) - Service 424
                       Department Vehicle - expense to include lease amount and                       7,065
                       estimated auto repair and fuel (The department would need an
                       additional vehicle for the additional field specialists in place to
                       complete the field work necessary to collect delinquent taxes) -
                       Service 424
Commissioner of the    Account Clerk II - Maintain PFT position to assist in additional              22,529
Revenue                work generated by Treasurer's Office and Tax Field Specialist.
                       Service Number 430
                       Operating expenses associated with the Real Estate Tax Relief                  8,600
                       Program. Service Number 434




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                                                                                FY 2008 DEPARTMENTAL NEW REQUESTS
                                                                                              SURVEY
                                                    New Request                                                                            Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                             Fund 100%                                     Give Suggestions of
                                                                                                                                            Lower           with
    Cluster Groups/                       Brief Description/Justification                           Total
     Departments                                                                                                             Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                Don't Fund                              Service Cuts          Potential Cuts
                                                                                                                               Line         Cap

Commissioner of the        Opening a DMV Select Office - Computer, printer, credit card                 5,770
Revenue                    machine, surge protector, misc. office supplies &
                           telecommunications lines. Service Number 430

                           Business License Inspector Additional position requested to assist          24,321
                           in the investigation & inspection of City business establishments
                           to secure compliance with business license tax & special tax
                           ordinances. Service Number 432
Commonwealth's             New Paralegal Assistant Position to support attorney (listed                30,841
Attorney-Criminal          below) and other staffing in the preparation of cases for trail;
Prosecution                $2,500 for new office furniture.

                           Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney 1 position. Additional                    53,000
                           attorney would allow for even distribution of case load among
                           attorney staff and enable office to effectively prosecute more
                           misdemeanor cases. $500 for dues, operating exp and training;
                           $2,500 for DP equipment and furniture.

                           Sub Totals                                                               321,971

Infrastructure

Parks Division - Parks -   Establish downtown maintenance/Phoebus grounds                       $     133,613
Streets & Roads            maintenance team. Duties include mowing, litter collection,
                           grounds maintenance, refuse collection, facilities
                           maintenance. Three (3) Senior Park Technician; Two
                           Crushman Utility Vehicles; Gasoline, bags and other
                           supplies.

                           Extension of school contracts and to add 4 additional schools               69,412
                           to be contracted . These schools are Syms, Mallory, Bryant,
                           Phillips @ $17,353.00 each.

Parks Division - Parks -   To provide daily citywide litter crew collection for I-64, Mercury         210,071
Streets & Roads            Blvd, Armistead Ave, Victoria Blvd, Big Bethel Rd, LaSalle Ave,
                           King St, Pembroke Ave, 6 interstate connection locations in
                           Hampton. One(1) Senior Park Technician; Contract Service for 4
                           laborers; Material& Supplies; 1 crew-cab pick-up truck; 1 trailer
                           and 1 vacuum unit.




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                                                                                   FY 2008 DEPARTMENTAL NEW REQUESTS
                                                                                                 SURVEY
                                                      New Request                                                                              Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                 Fund 100%                                     Give Suggestions of
                                                                                                                                                Lower           with
    Cluster Groups/                        Brief Description/Justification                              Total
     Departments                                                                                                                 Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                    Don't Fund                              Service Cuts          Potential Cuts
                                                                                                                                   Line         Cap

Parks Division - Parks -   Hampton Roads Center North Industrial Development. Roadway                     350,000
Streets & Roads            appearance for: Hampton Roads Center Parkway, Commander
                           Sheppard, Magruder Blvd, Floyd Thompson. Contract grounds
                           maintenance, mowing, litter collection.


                           Sub Totals                                                                    763,096

Economic Vitality

Convention and Visitor     Current wayfaring signs are a minimum of 13 years old; some are          $     500,000
Bureau                     inaccurate, missing and do not include new offerings; using a
                           contracted outside vendor, this is a major campaign and can be
                           phased in over 2-3 years at estimated cost of $2 million.

                           Sub Totals                                                                    500,000



Public Safety
Fire Division -            9 Firefighter/Medics - To maintain minimum staffing levels on            $     536,216
Suppression                emergency equipment and reduce or eliminate associated overtime
                           costs.
                           3 Firefighter/Medics - The minimum daily staffing at Foxhill                   178,739
                           Fire Station 5 is 3 per day. We want to increase the minimum
                           daily staffing to four and allow firefighters to comply with OSHA
                           2-In , 2-Out rule for firefighter safety when entering hazardous
                           environments.

Police Division-Uniform    Additional Police Officers - (5) PTL, vehicles, and equipment.                 451,564
Patrol                     Support and expand HPD’s Crime and Grime efforts and augment
                           the Division’s violent crime task force and drug enforcement
                           efforts. The addition of these officers, and a 5 year plan to add
                           additional officers, will generate an appropriate level of officers to
                           address the anticipated increase in gun violence and gang related
                           activities that can jeopardize the quality of life in our
                           neighborhoods and business districts.
                           Sub Totals                                                                   1,166,519




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                                                                              FY 2008 DEPARTMENTAL NEW REQUESTS
                                                                                            SURVEY
                                                   New Request                                                                           Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                           Fund 100%                                     Give Suggestions of
                                                                                                                                          Lower           with
    Cluster Groups/                      Brief Description/Justification                          Total
     Departments                                                                                                           Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                              Don't Fund                              Service Cuts          Potential Cuts
                                                                                                                             Line         Cap


Youth & Families

Healthy Families          No New request
Coalition for Youth       No New request

Quality
Government
Clerk of Council          Deputy Clerk B / Protocol Officer - This position will allow for    $      35,000
                          a more balanced workload for the current staff, allow leadership
                          and management to occur, provide succession planning and
                          provide additional service/support to the Council and City in the
                          area of Protocol.
Information Technology- Radio Engineer-The City has a significant need for centralized               78,073
Radio/Phone             management of our radio system. This request for funding entails
                        the addition of a full-time Radio Engineer position. A Radio
                        Engineer’s primary responsibility would be to ensure the ongoing
                        maintenance and functionality of the existing radio system,
                        including the maintenance of all components of the system.

Information Technology- Records Manager/Information Security Administrator - a                       89,073
Development & Support position to fulfill the role needed to 1) manager & administer the
                        system being developed for records management and records
                        reengineering purposes, including the maintenance and oversight
                        to the electronic file keeping system, policy and process
                        coordination, account administration, technical support &
                        ongoing solutions development; and 2) perform needed
                        assessments and ongoing quality assurance in the areas of
                        information security to ensure adequate controls, standards
                        operating procedures and processes are developed and followed to
                        provide optimum protection against cyber crime and proper
                        handling of data in regards to privacy concerns.

                          Sub Totals                                                               202,146




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                                                                              FY 2008 DEPARTMENTAL NEW REQUESTS
                                                                                            SURVEY
                                                  New Request                                                                            Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                           Fund 100%                                     Give Suggestions of
                                                                                                                                          Lower           with
    Cluster Groups/                     Brief Description/Justification                           Total
     Departments                                                                                                           Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                              Don't Fund                              Service Cuts          Potential Cuts
                                                                                                                             Line         Cap

Arts, Culture,
Recreation &
Entertainment

Recreation Division -    To provide aid and support for neighborhood center operations in     $     100,000
Community and            Fox Hill, Kenny Wallace Resource Center, YH Thomas and Boys
Neighborhood             and Girls Club @ $25,000 each. Need based on diminishing
Operations               capacity of neighborhoods to raise funds.

Recreation Division -    Therapeutic programs have grown over the past three years.                 180,833
Therapeutic Recreation   Currently the department serves 88 special needs children in after
                         school and summer camp programs. Current funding level is
                         $96,264, but current demand is $200,000 or greater. To operate
                         effectively, we need another full-time senior recreation
                         professional and $100,000 additional in part-time funding.

Public Library           Expanded Book Budget - This request for $146,000 represents                146,000
                         an increase in $1 per capita to improve inadequate library book
                         and audio visual collection. Hampton spending is far below state
                         average.
                         Sub Totals                                                                426,833

                         New Requests Forwarded for Above the Line:
                                                                                              $ 3,380,565




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                                                                                    FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                         SURVEY
                                                                     New Request                                                                                              Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                                Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                           Lower           with
      Departments                                          Brief Description/Justification                                        Total                         Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                                   Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                                  Line          Cap



Tax Rate Issues
                              Funding of 3 cents for School Debt Service Reserve.                                                  3,090,000

                              Fund additional Debt Service using projected surplus of $2.5 million                                 2,500,000

                              Reduce Real Estate Tax Rate. One cent = $1,030,000
                              $0.01 ______ $0.02_______ $0.03______


Compensation Request

City Manager                  The City Manager is recommending a 3% COLA for all PFT & PPT City employees to keep            $         2,353,653
                              salaries competitive.

                              Sub Totals                                                                                           2,353,653
Organizational
Requests

Virginia Air & Space Center Virginia Air & Space Center is requesting a two year contract ($1,200,000/year) to present                 1,200,000
                            Celebration by the Bay event series. The Celebrations by the Bay is a series of special events
                            designed to promote Downtown Hampton, generate revenue for local businesses, improve the
                            quality of life for Hampton citizens, and showcase the treasures of Downtown Hampton.
                            Virginia Air & Space Center will present the following events: Family Friday Fest in Carousel
                            Park (July 27, August 31, 2007 and June 27, 2008), Saturday Summer Street Fest (July-Sept
                            2007 and April-June, 2008), 2nd Annual Great Pumpkin Fall Fling (October 13), Holiday Tree
                            Lighting (December 1, 2007), Downtown Hampton on Ice (November 27, 2007 through
                            March 2, 2008), Fitness Festival (March 29, 2008), Hampton Crab & Blues Fest (April 27,
                            2008), Jazz, Wine & Art Festival (May 17, 2008) and Blackbeard Pirate Festival (June 6-7,
                            2008).

Mariners Museum               Mariners Museum Contribution for the Monitor Center payable over a mutually agreed                        250,000
                              number of years.




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                                                                               FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                    SURVEY
                                                                 New Request                                                                                          Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                        Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                   Lower           with
      Departments                                       Brief Description/Justification                                   Total                         Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                           Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                          Line          Cap
Peninsula Fine Arts Center   Peninsula Fine Arts Center seeking funds to facilitate their building program and the               146,000
                             expansion of their educational services for the community.
HRT Enhanced Services        HRT Enhanced Service would provide new services to the Community Services Board and                  44,676
                             Sentara Careplex.

                             Sub Totals                                                                                        1,640,676




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                                                                                     FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                          SURVEY
                                                                      New Request                                                                                              Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                                 Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
      Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                           Lower           with
       Departments                                          Brief Description/Justification                                         Total                        Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                                    Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                                   Line          Cap
New - Outside
Agencies Requests             These are first time requests
ARC                           The ARC provides a wide range of services to people with disabilities. They currently serve      $          25,000
                              850 Hampton residents. The ARC is currently being recommended for funding at $25,000

Black Pearl                   Black Pearls United Inc, is a volunteer organization that supports single mothers through                     5,000
                              education, coaching, and skill development. Black Pearls is currently not being recommended
                              for funding.

Career Café                   Career Café provides a one-stop career exploration and skill-building venue for teens and                   30,000
                              serves as a youth development identification and referral source to put young people in touch
                              with services or opportunities they will need for their future. Career Cafe is currently being
                              recommended for funding at $5,000.

Edmarc Hospice for Children EDMARC provides wrap around services for indigent families of children with a terminal                          6,000
                            illness, and provides bereavement support when the child dies. Edmarc is currently being
                            recommended at $3,000.
Food Bank                     This is a five year commitment funded by Council in FY07 using Fund Balance. Need to put                   250,000
                              this request in as a recurring budget item.

Peninsula Community           The Peninsula Community Foundation is the Peninsula's only Community Foundation which                       50,000
Foundation of VA              provides opportunities to invest in quality of life in Hampton, Newport News, York County,
                              Poquoson - then provide grants to support the community. Youth development is one of their
                              granting areas. PCF is currently being recommended for a $50,000 one time funding.


Preschool Partners of VA      Preschool Partners is a developing/maintaining an on-line resource and referral system for                  40,000
Peninsula                     families in Hampton and Newport News in search of quality child care and preschool
                              experiences for their children. The Resource and Referral system provides to the community a
                              single point of access to current and accurate information about early childhood care
                              resources. This agency is currently being recommended for funding at $40,000.




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                                                                                      FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                           SURVEY
                                                                      New Request                                                                                               Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                                  Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                             Lower           with
      Departments                                           Brief Description/Justification                                          Total                        Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                                     Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                                    Line          Cap
Protect Our Kids c/o           Protect Our Kids provides information and referral services and community education to assist               30,000
Transitions                    Hampton youths to overcome harmful effects of exposure to violence and to reduce the
                               number of children exposed to violence. Protect Our Kids is currently being recommended for
                               funding at $30,000.
St. Mary's Home for Disabled St. Mary's Home for Disabled Children is a non-profit, non-sectarian intermediate care facility               25,000
Children                     for children with mental retardation whose physical disabilities also require specialized care.
                             St. Mary's is currently being recommended for funding at $25,000.


Tim Reid's Annual              The VA Scholarship & Youth Development Foundation is requesting a sponsorship of                            10,000
Scholarship                    $10,000 for the Annual Tim Reid Celebrity Weekend. The money raised through this fund
                               raiser provide financial assistance to those who otherwise would not have the opportunity to
                               obtain a college education. The full amount of the $10,000 received will be awarded to a
                               student from the City of Hampton.

YMCA Capital Request           YMCA Capital Campaign is requesting funding in the about of $60,000 per year for 15 years                   60,000
                               ($900,000 total) to provide capital funding to provide a complete new facelift designed to
                               attract more citizens to the YMCA.

Square One                     Square One provides regional advocacy and training for early childhood development and                      18,802
                               parenting education professionals. Activities are focused on four areas: early and family
                               literacy, quality early (preschool) care and education, training and parent support, and
                               children's health. Square One is currently not being recommended for funding.

                               Sub Totals                                                                                                 549,802



Outside Agencies
                               These are amount above what is recommended
Requests
Center for Child and Family    CCFS provides affordable behavioral health services to families experiencing a crisis in order   $            3,026
Services                       to prevent the violence and loss of productivity common in such situations. Their increase is
                               attributed to the projected 2,000 additional counseling hour for Hampton Hispanics. CCFS
                               requested funding at $20,000 and is currently being recommended for funding at $16,974.




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                                                                                  FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                       SURVEY
                                                                  New Request                                                                                                 Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                                Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                           Lower           with
      Departments                                       Brief Description/Justification                                            Total                        Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                                   Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                                  Line          Cap
CHKD Child Abuse Center   The Child Abuse Center provides expert medical and mental health services for children who                       4,419
                          may have experience physical, emotional or sexual abuse or neglect so that the best outcomes
                          can be realized. The Center's increase in requested funding is due to the increase in the
                          number of children and families served through this program. The Center requested funding at
                          $25,000 and is currently being recommended for funding at $20,581.

Downtown Hampton Child    DHCDC serves at-risk and low-income families by providing the only sliding-scale tuition                      12,191
Development Center        preschool on the Peninsula. The increase in this year's funding request is due to an additional
                          30 participants since last fiscal year and the startup costs associated with adding another new
                          classroom, provide competitive sales and benefits to retain a staff and the continuing increase
                          in the Richard Bagley center rent. DHCDC is requesting $143,000 for FY08 and is currently
                          being recommended at $130,809.

Downtown Hampton          DHDP is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the growth and development of the Downtown                      85,000
Development Partners      core and waterfront. DHDP works with downtown businesses, property owners, city
(Special Events)          representatives, citizens, and stakeholders to develop strategies and implement actions to
                          ensure the Downtown remains healthy and prosperous. DHDP increase in request is do to the
                          anticipated increase in attendance. Attendance projections are based on event history,
                          improving quality of entertainment and marketing exposure. DHDP is requesting $160,000
                          for FY08 and is currently being recommended for $50,000 from General Fund and $25,000
                          from EXCEL Fund (Total $75,000).

Food Bank of Virginia     The Food Bank of VA Peninsula provides a range of food distribution and nutrition education                   19,271
Peninsula                 services to community agencies in Hampton. The FY08 request increase is due to the increase
                          in food provided to Hampton's hungry. The Foodbank's FY08 request is for $50,000 and they
                          are currently being recommended at $30,729.

Hampton Regatta           The 81st Hampton Cup Regatta is the premier Inboard Hydroplane racing event on the East                       10,000
                          Coast. The race is a collaborative effort between the City of Hampton, APBA, VA Boat
                          Racing Club and Fort Monroe. The FY08 request is for $50,000 and is currently being
                          recommended for $20,000 from General Fund and $20,000 from Excel Fund.

Marching Elites           The mission of the Marching Elites Association is to develop and enhance the talents and                         5,600
                          leadership skills of school age children using military style training and a variety of marching
                          proficiency skills to heighten and nurture the self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-discipline
                          of the youth. Their FY08 request of $25,000 and are currently being recommended at
                          $19,400.




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                                                                                     FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                          SURVEY
                                                                     New Request                                                                                                Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                                  Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                             Lower           with
      Departments                                          Brief Description/Justification                                           Total                        Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                                     Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                                    Line          Cap
Office of Human Affairs       The Office of Human Affairs provides a wide range of services to people experiencing the                    30,200
                              profound effects of intergenerational poverty. They currently serve 2,882 Hampton residents.
                              Their FY08 request increase is attributed to their goal to expand the number of individual
                              served by in the following programs: Head Start, Child Care (4 year Old Initiative),
                              Emergency Services, Comprehensive Hosing Counseling, VA CARES, Project Discovery and
                              Community Development. OHA is requesting funding at $80,200 and are currently being
                              recommended for funding at $50,000.

Peninsula READS               Peninsula READS is a United Way Agency which provides volunteer tutors for adult basic                         4,401
                              literacy and ESL (English as a Second Language) students. The goal of an increase in tutoring
                              and other training services account for the requested increase in funding. The Peninsula
                              READS request for FY08 is $15,000 and is currently being recommended at $10,599.



Stars Achievers Academy       Star Achievers' Academy YMCA and Cooper Elementary Magnet School for Technology is a                           4,709
                              unique community partnership which provides innovative programs, tools and resources
                              necessary for the academic and personal success of children. The request for FY08 is required
                              to fund the full time program director position. A major focus of this position for FY08 will
                              be to plan and develop a new middle school extension program with the goal of developing a
                              seamless K-8 curriculum for student completing the elementary program. The FY08 request
                              for funding is $15,000 and is currently being recommended at $10,291.


Transitions                   Transitions, the sole service provider of comprehensive domestic violence services on the                   37,462
                              Peninsula, offers a 24-hour HOTLINE, emergency, short-term, and transitional shelters, and a
                              broad array of programs to address the complex needs of those enmeshed in family violence.
                              Transitions funding request increase is due to loss of Grant funding along with an increase in
                              operating costs. Transitions FY08 request for funding is $96,970 and is currently being
                              recommended for funding at $59,508.

United Service Organization   The USO of Hampton Roads serves families of military personnel within the Hampton Roads                        5,000
of Hampton Roads              area. Hampton services are targeted specifically to personnel from Langley AFB and Fort
                              Monroe. USO provides Quality of Life Programs, Family Outreach, and Information and
                              Referral Services. Increase in request is due to anticipated increase in the number of people
                              served. The USO is requesting FY08 funding at $15,000 and is currently being recommended
                              for funding at $10,000.




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                                                                                   FY 2008 POTENTIAL "ABOVE THE LINE NEW REQUESTS"
                                                                                                        SURVEY
                                                                    New Request                                                                                           Fund at     Fund Below Line
                                                                                                                                                            Fund 100%                                   Give Suggestions of
     Cluster Groups/                                                                                                                                                       Lower           with
      Departments                                         Brief Description/Justification                                      Total                        Above the   Level Above
                                                                                                                                               Don't Fund                              Service Cuts       Potential Cuts,.
                                                                                                                                                              Line          Cap
Virginia Living Museum       The Virginia Living Museum is a combination of a science museum, aquarium, botanical                      3,782
                             garden, wildlife park and planetarium. The Museum offers carefully protected natural
                             environments for living animals and plants. The Museum is requesting $25,000 for FY08 and
                             is currently being recommended at $21,218.

Medical College of Hampton In FY06, EVMS provided over $558,000 in uncompensated indigent health care to Hampton                     64,272
Roads (Eastern Virginia    residents (7% increase) and expects to provide more in FY08. EVMS also sponsors the
Medical School/EVMS)       Eastern VA Prenatal Council which aids in reducing the infant mortality rate in Hampton
                           Roads. The City's funding for EVMS has been stable at $76,900 in FY03 to FY06 with
                           EVMS receiving $79,300 in FY07. EVMS is requesting $145,951 for FY08 and is currently
                           being recommended for $81,679.

Peninsula SPCA - Operating   The Mission of the Peninsula SPCA is to advocate and provide for the humane care and
                             welfare of animals. The SPCA is committed to finding a good home for every adoptable pet
                             on the Virginia Peninsula. The SPCA is requesting funds of $306,468 which is 4%
                             (approximately) from their FY07 budget. This SPCA FY08 request is currently being
                             reviewed.

Peninsula SPCA - Capital     The SPCA Capital Improvement request is to facilitate with the costs of parking lot                     60,270
Improvement                  renovations, new on-site spay/neuter clinic, and new office furniture.


                                                                                                                                    349,603
                             Sub Totals

                             Total New Requests                                                                          $    10,483,734




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