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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA

1987 SESSION

CHAPTER 1085

HOUSE BILL 2643


AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC PURPOSES.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
PART I.––-PUBLIC PURPOSE FUNDS
Section 1. Appropriations are made from the General Fund for the 1988-89 fiscal year, unless otherwise specified, to the grantees and for the public purposes listed in this part.
H2173 LENOIR COUNTY FIRE FUNDS

Two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to the Hugo Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., in Lenoir County for operating expenses and capital improvements.

Two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to Lenoir County for the Pink Hill Fire Department for operating expenses and capital improvements.
H2175 BURKE-MITCHELL FIRE FUNDS

Two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to the Jonas Ridge Service Center and Fire Department of Burke County for capital improvements and equipment.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Grassy Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., of Mitchell County for capital improvements and equipment.

Two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) to the Fork Mountain Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc., of Mitchell County for capital improvements and equipment.


H2176 RHODODENDRON FESTIVAL FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to The North Carolina Rhododendron Festival, Inc., for the promotion of travel and tourism in North Carolina.


H2177 SPECIAL OLYMPICS/LIBRARY FUNDS

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to the Mitchell County Board of Education for the purpose of sponsoring the Special Olympics for a four county area, in Mitchell County in the Spring of 1989.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Avery-Mitchell-Yancey Regional Library for the Spruce Pine Public Library for capital improvements.
H2179 BELL HOUSE FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to The Bell House, Inc., to aid in the purchase of a bus.


H2180 GREENSBORO PRESERVATION SOCIETY FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to the Greensboro Preservation Society for a revolving fund to assist in creating responsible party low-cost housing.


H2181 FAMILY SERVICES OF GREENSBORO FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Family & Children's Service of Greater Greensboro, Inc., for continued operation of its public service programs.


H2191 CATAWBA TRAINING GROUNDS FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Catawba County Firemen's Association, Incorporated, and the Catawba Rescue Squad, Inc., for phase one construction of a training tower that will enable fire and emergency personnel to maintain a viable fire and rescue service for the public safety of the citizens of Catawba County.


H2193 EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE FUNDS

Twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to the Council for Educational Excellence, Inc., in Catawba County for the support of its innovative program to promote excellence in public education in Catawba County. The program includes projects to reduce the dropout rate in the county's three public school systems, the establishment of business-school partnerships to encourage students to seek higher achievement levels, and programs to increase community awareness of the need for excellent education.


H2206 AVERY COMMUNITY FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Cranberrian Corporation for the stabilization and restoration of the old Cranberry High School property, in Avery County, consisting of approximately 9.28 acres of land with four buildings situated on it, including two buildings of great historical value, for the citizens of the area to use as a recreation and community center.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Avery County Disabled American Veterans, No. 87, Inc., for capital improvements to the headquarters of the Avery County Disabled American Veterans.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Drexel Foundation, Inc., for a softball field for its community center or capital improvements on its recreational facilities.


H2217 TARBORO COMMUNITY OUTREACH FUNDS

Eighteen thousand dollars ($18,000) to Tarboro Community Outreach, Inc., for capital outlay for the construction of a shelter for the homeless, provided that a like amount is raised from private donations to match this appropriation on a dollar-for-dollar basis.


H2218 RED OAK CENTER FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Town of Red Oak for the special fund for the Red Oak Community Center established by Chapter 778, Section 1242 of the 1985 Session Laws. Interest accruing to the fund may be expended only for the maintenance and repair of the Red Oak Community Center. The principal of the fund may not be expended for any purpose.


H2219 CASTALIA CAPITAL FUNDS

Seven thousand dollars ($7,000) to the Town of Castalia for capital needs, provided these funds are matched on the basis of one dollar from local ad valorem tax revenues for every two State dollars.


H2221 RICHMOND HILL FUNDS

Twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to the Historic Richmond Hill Law School Commission through the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources to assist in the further restoration of Richmond Hill - primarily the reconstruction of an outside kitchen facility with modern interior equipment.


H2231 ONSLOW COUNTY PHYS.-ED./BAND FUNDS

Twenty-one thousand dollars ($21,000) to the Onslow County Board of Education for promotion of its high school physical education, athletic, and band programs. The Onslow County Board of Education shall allocate these funds to the high schools based on their average daily membership in grades 9 through 12. The funds shall be expended in the discretion of the high schools for their physical education, athletic, or band programs.


H2232 CARTERET COUNTY PHYS.-ED. FUNDS

Nine thousand dollars ($9,000) to the Carteret County Board of Education for promotion of its high school physical education and athletic programs. The Carteret County Board of Education shall allocate these funds to the high schools based on their average daily membership in grades 9 through 12. The funds shall be expended in the discretion of the high schools for their physical education or athletic programs.


H2237 PIEDMONT TEEN CHALLENGE FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to The Greater Piedmont Challenge, Teen Challenge Inc., for the rehabilitation of troubled youth.


H2248 JOHNSTON SCHOOL CULTURAL ARTS FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Johnston County Board of Education for the Johnston County School Cultural Arts Program.


H2255 HICKORY RESCUE SQUAD FUNDS

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Hickory Rescue Squad, Inc., to be used for the construction of a satellite base in southwest Catawba County.


H2256 CATAWBA HANDICAPPED FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Catawba County Association for Special Education, Inc., to purchase a van to transport handicapped persons who work for Econo Force Industrial Services, a sheltered workshop.


H2257 CATAWBA HEARING IMPAIRED FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Catawba Valley Foundation, Inc., for the Hearing Impaired Program that is conducted at Lenoir-Rhyne College in Catawba County.


H2265 HAYWOOD-MADISON HOSPICE FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Hospice of Haywood County, Inc., for hospice care services for Haywood County.

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Hot Springs Health Program for the provision of hospice care services for Madison County by Hospice of Madison, a division of Madison Home Care.
H2266 MADISON HELPMATE COUNTY FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to Helpmate, Incorporated, for the Madison County Office of Helpmate, Incorporated, located in the Town of Marshall, for operating expenses incurred in providing services to Madison County victims of domestic violence.


H2267 HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS HOME FUNDS

Thirteen thousand five hundred dollars ($13,500) to Mountain Youth Resources, Inc., in Jackson County for operating expenses of the Hawthorne Heights Juvenile Shelter.


H2268 CANTON YMCA FUNDS

Eleven thousand dollars ($11,000) to the Robertson Memorial Young Men's Christian Association of Canton, North Carolina, in Haywood County for capital improvements to the facilities at which recreational programs are offered for the entire community.


H2271 TARRADIDDLE PLAYERS FUNDS

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to Tarradiddle Players for the purchase of a van to transport costumes and theatrical equipment to schools and theaters in North Carolina for performances given by the Tarradiddle Players, a touring acting company in Charlotte dedicated to theater for children.


H2272 CHARLOTTE CRISIS CENTER FUNDS

Eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to the Department of Human Resources to assist in purchasing and renovating a permanent home for The Relatives, Inc., a family crisis intervention and counseling center in Charlotte, North Carolina.


H2276 SHERRILLS FORD LIBRARY FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to the Catawba County Public Library for the Sherrills Ford Branch Library, to enable the library to meet the needs of a rapidly expanding reading population.


H2277 MOORESVILLE LIBRARY FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to the Mooresville Public Library in Iredell County to enable the library to meet the needs of a rapidly growing reading population.


H2284 DAVIDSON HOT MEALS FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Town of Davidson to assist in operating the Hot Meals Program in northern Mecklenburg County.


H2285 MECKLENBURG FIRE DEPTS. FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Mecklenburg County to be divided equally among the following fire departments:

(1) Cornelius-Lemley Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.;

(2) Davidson Fire Department;

(3) Derita Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.;

(4) Gilead Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.;

(5) Huntersville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.;

(6) Mallard Creek Fire Department, Inc.;

(7) Newell Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.; and

(8) Statesville Road Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.

These funds shall be used for equipment and operating expenses.
H2289 TOWN OF RONDA FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Town of Ronda in Wilkes County for public works including a water well and pump, an activities center, and new bathroom facilities.


H2291 SCHOOL/FOLKMOOT FUNDS

One thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) to the Haywood County Board of Education for a satellite system for Jonathan Valley Elementary School, provided a like amount is raised for this purpose from other sources.

Thirty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($37,500) to North Carolina International Folk Festival, Inc., (Folkmoot USA) for operating expenses for running the folk festival which draws people from all over the world to Western North Carolina.
H2300 CONCORD SWIMMING POOL FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to the City of Concord in Cabarrus County for development of a community swimming pool.


H2301 CABARRUS SENIOR CENTER FUNDS

Forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000) to Cabarrus County for the development of a Senior Citizens' Center, provided a like amount of non-State funds is raised by the County to match these funds on a dollar-for-dollar basis.


H2307 ALEXANDER HANDYCRAFTS (ADAP) FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Foothills Area Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Program for Alexander Handycrafts, an Adult Developmental Activity Program, for construction of a new facility to house the Adult Developmental Activity Program which provides day services to 30 handicapped adults in Alexander County.


H2320 BURKE SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDS

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Town of Rutherford College for the Memorial Park Fund to be used for construction and other expenses related to establishing the park area in Rutherford College.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to The Outdoor Theatre Fund Charitable Trust to produce the outdoor drama "From This Day Forward".

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Burke County Fair, Inc., to help pay for land purchased for the Burke County Fair, Inc., a nonprofit corporation. The net proceeds of funds raised by the fair shall be distributed to local Ruritan Clubs and shall be used exclusively for charitable purposes.

Three thousand dollars ($3,000) to the Drexel Foundation, Inc., to develop a public ball field for the Drexel Community Center in Drexel.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to the Mull Athletic Foundation, Inc., to build a concession stand and restrooms for its summer Pee-Wee baseball program for ages 5 through 15 in Burke County.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Burke County Rescue Squad to purchase the property on which the rescue squad's building is located.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Department of Community Colleges to be used by the Western Piedmont Community College to purchase a bus for the Morganton/Burke Senior Center.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Burke County Council on Alcoholism, Inc., for operating expenses, in alcohol abuse prevention and treatment.
H2366 CATAWBA COUNTY VISITORS FUNDS

Eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, Inc., for expansion of the Catawba County Visitor Information Center facilities.


H2367 HIDDENITE CENTER, INC., FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Alexander County for the Hiddenite Center, Inc., for operating expenses of its museum located in an historic building and its cultural arts programs.


H2382 CRAVEN, PAMLICO, LENOIR FUNDS

Eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to the New Bern-Craven County YMCA, Incorporated, for a capital project to better enable YMCA to provide public service programs.

Three thousand dollars ($3,000) to United Tri-County Senior Citizens Corporation, Incorporated, for operating expenses in providing services to older adults of Craven, Pamlico, and Jones counties, including nutrition, education, socialization, and transportation services.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to Harvey Gardens of Kinston, Inc., for paving, capital costs, and equipment.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Pamlico County Board of Education for the Pamlico Hurricane Boosters Club for renovation and construction of athletic fields and facilities at Pamlico County High School.

Three thousand dollars ($3,000) to Craven County for the "2001–Strategic Planning Project," a venture to develop a strategic plan for county economic, educational, and cultural development.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to S.A.F.E. in Lenoir County, Inc., to provide assistance to victims of domestic violence.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Lenoir County Historical Association, Inc., to restore the historical Archbell House and Museum.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Eastern Minority Economic Development Corporation for economic development workshops for small businesses.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Lower Neuse for operating expenses incurred in providing services for children of single parents by matching these children with adult volunteers and providing these children with valuable and needed positive adult relationships.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Havelock Community Improvement Association to renovate the community center building.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to The Pelican Players of Oriental, a nonprofit community theater group, for renovation of the Old Theater for arts programs.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Vanceboro Community Organization, Inc., for operating expenses for community programs.
H2384 WILKES COUNTY AIRPORT FUNDS

Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to Wilkes County for the County to provide water and sewer service to the Wilkes County Airport.


H2392 ANSON-MONTGOMERY PROJECTS FUNDS

Five hundred dollars ($500.00) to the Cowan Recreation Center in Anson County to be used for July 4th celebrations.

Five hundred dollars ($500.00) to the Town of Lilesville for the Lilesville Civic Builders to be used for July 4th celebrations.

Funds appropriated in Chapter 830 of the 1987 Session Laws for the 1987-88 fiscal year to the Lilesville Civic Builders and the Cowan Recreation Center for their annual July 4th celebrations in 1988 shall not revert at the end of the 1987-88 fiscal year or the 1988-89 fiscal year and may be used for subsequent July 4th celebrations.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Montgomery County Public Library for the purchase of books and other library services and for operating expenses and equipment.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to Montgomery County for the Women's Crisis Council for capital and operating expenses.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Anson County for the Faison Community Center, Inc., for capital and operating expenses.
H2394 ROCKINGHAM PROJECTS FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Eden Boys' Club, Inc., for the Eden Boys' and Girls' Club Building Fund for a building to be used for public service projects.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Madison Colored and Charles Drew Alumni Association, Inc., for renovation of the old Madison Colored School to be used as a community center for youth and public groups.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the City of Madison to pay for remodeling the Madison City Chambers.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to REMMSCO, Inc., for an Alcoholics' Half-Way House for Rockingham County.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Rockingham County Public Library for the Genealogy Department of the Madison Branch Library to be used to add new machines and additional shelving and to buy genealogy books as they become available.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Rockingham County Historical Society, Inc., for operating and capital expenditures.
H2404 RUTHERFORD-POLK HOSPICE FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Hospice of Rutherford County, Inc., for operating expenses in providing compassionate care to the terminally ill and their families.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Hospice of Polk County, Inc., for operating expenses in providing compassionate care to the terminally ill and their families.
H2405 RUTHERFORD ARTS/LIBRARY FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Mooneyham Public Library in Rutherford County for operating expenses in running its library program.

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Rutherford County Arts Council for operating expenses in running its arts and cultural programs for the citizens of Rutherford County and the surrounding area.
H2406 RUTHERFORD ABUSE PREVENTION FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Prevention of Abuse in the Home, Inc., of Rutherford County for operating expenses in running its program aimed at the prevention of abuse in the home.


H2408 CHARLOTTE CHILDREN'S LITTLE THEATER FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to The Children's Theater of Charlotte, Inc., in the City of Charlotte for operating expenses, for capital improvements, and for construction of a ramp to permit the handicapped access to the theater's productions.


H2409 FLORENCE CRITTENTON SERVICES FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Florence Crittenton Services, Incorporated, in Mecklenburg County, for operating expenses in running its services for young women in crisis.


H2410 IREDELL TRAINING FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Iredell County Firemen's Association, Inc., for the construction, in the City of Statesville, of a fire training ground to include a two-story fire and smoke house, provided that a like amount is raised, in cash, by the Iredell County Firemen's Association, Inc., to match the grant-in-aid on a dollar-for-dollar basis.


H2411 STATESVILLE HIGH AUDITORIUM FUNDS

Twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to the Statesville City Board of Education for the renovation of the Statesville High School auditorium.


H2419 2ND DISTRICT FUNDS

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Pinetown Volunteer Firemen's Association, Inc., in Beaufort County, for the operating and capital expenses of the association.

Three thousand dollars ($3,000) to Hyde County for repairs and renovations to the Sladesville Community Building, which is used for civic activities.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Washington City Board of Education for repairs and renovations of the auditorium of Washington High School, which is located in Beaufort County.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to The Wagner Foundation for an athletic complex for new schools for the City of Washington in Beaufort County.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Washington County for a livestock arena.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Town of Creswell in Washington County for repairs and renovations to the community building, which is used for civic activities.

Three thousand dollars ($3,000) to Beaufort County for repairs and renovations to the Winsteadville Community Building, which is used for civic activities.

Four thousand dollars ($4,000) to Beaufort County for Veteran's Park.

Two thousand dollars ($2,000) to Options To Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Inc., in Beaufort County, for the operating and capital expenses of its domestic violence center.


H2420 EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL FUNDS

Twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to the Eastern Music Festival, Inc., for special funds to implement a major program expansion in the areas of increased artists' salaries, increased scholarship support, and expanded marketing and fund raising programs.


H2421 GREENSBORO FAMILY SERVICES FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Family & Children's Service of Greater Greensboro, Inc., for operating expenses for its public service programs.


H2425 CHARLOTTE CRISIS CENTER FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to the Department of Human Resources to assist in purchasing and renovating a permanent home for The Relatives, Inc., a family crisis intervention and counseling center in Charlotte.


H2426 METROLINA ASSOC. FOR BLIND FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Metrolina Association for the Blind, Inc., for general operating expenses and to expand special services for the blind citizens of the Metrolina area.


H2431 GARNER SENIOR CENTER FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to The Garner Senior Center, Inc., in Wake County for construction and operating expenses to enable the Center to provide its services and programs to the senior citizens of Garner and the surrounding area.


H2435 ANSON-MONTGOMERY FIRE AND RESCUE FUNDS

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Anson County for the Anson County Firemen's Association, to be divided equally among the volunteer fire departments in Anson County for operating expenses and equipment.

Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to Montgomery County for the Montgomery County Fire Commission, to be divided equally among the volunteer fire departments in Montgomery County for operating expenses and equipment.

One thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) to the Uhwarrie Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., in Montgomery County for operating expenses and equipment.

One thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) to the Pekin Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., in Montgomery County for operating expenses and equipment.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Burnsville Fire and Rescue Ambulance Service, Inc., in Anson County for operating expenses and equipment.

One thousand dollars ($1,000) to the Ansonville Rescue and Ambulance Service, Inc., in Anson County for operating expenses and equipment.
H2436 OLD SALEM FUNDS

Five thousand dollars ($5,000) to Old Salem, Inc., to enable Old Salem, Inc., to provide North Carolina students and adult visitors with a quality educational experience in a museum setting.

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