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Capitol Grounds

Operating Budget

Maintenance Taft Memorial

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This allotment provides for routine cleaning of the Memorial, minor cosmetic repairs, and the maintenance of the chimes. Annual Maintenance, Concrete Pavers

$20,000

This allotment provides for resetting or replacing the charcoal- and pink-colored pavers of which the Olmsted walks on the West Front are constructed. This allotment also provides for replacing concrete pavers on the Capitol terraces.

Disposal of Solid Waste (Contractual)

$600,000

This work is performed under contract, and involves the removal of solid non-recyclable waste from various buildings in the Capitol Complex. These include the Capitol, the House and Senate Office Buildings, and the Botanic Garden. The solid waste stream includes food waste, non-recyclable paper products, and other waste materials.

Maintenance of Shuttle Vans

$5,000

This allotment provides for the ongoing maintenance of the shuttle vans. Such repairs include replacing brakes, tires, transmissions, the lifts provided for persons with physical disabilities, and other such items that are subject to continuous and heavy

wear.

Disposal of Bulk Waste

$78,000

These items arise from ongoing maintenance and renovation work and include broken furniture and equipment, renovation rubble and any waste not produced in an ordinary office situation which is recycled or removed under contract. Disposal fees for bulk waste are set by the District.

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This allotment provides for the repair and upkeep of the manually operated security bollards and planters on Capitol Grounds. Funds are required for connecting stanchions and ropes, grease, locks and replacement parts.

Replace Sidewalks at Various Locations

$70,000

This allotment provides for contractual replacement of the exposed aggregate sidewalks on the Capitol Grounds. Replace Bituminous Paving at Various Locations

$100,000

This allotment provides for contractual replacement of street and parking lot asphalt paving.

Training

$51,000

This allotment is used to train Capitol Grounds employees in technical areas related to the employees job and in programs such as prevention of sexual harassment, understanding employee rights and responsibilities, substance abuse, and other subjects. This training is required for all current and new employees. Additionally, the Office provides supervisory, technical skills and staff development training and sponsors basic educational skills training.

Supplies and Materials INCREASE REQUESTED:

$158,000 $32,000

Supplies and Materials provides funding for the various items procured for the maintenance and upkeep of the Capitol Grounds. These items include grass seed, fertilizers, and providing for new trees and plantings not supplied by the Botanic Garden.

The requested increase of $32,000 is to provide uniforms for Grounds employees. There is a need to be able to distinguish employees that work for the Landscape Architect's office from employees of other organizations or visitors. There is also a related security concern, which is the need to be able to immediately recognize certain employees as being authorized to be in a given place.

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Capitol Grounds

Operating Budget

Fiscal Year 1998 Budget Estimate

This request is based on the pilot uniform program being undertaken in the Senate Office Buildings. Equipment, Annual

$11,000

This allotment provides for the purchase of new equipment on an annual basis. These funds allow for the purchase of such items as power and hand mowers, and truck and tractor equipment. These items are necessary for the upkeep of the Capitol Grounds.

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In fiscal year 1998 the budget request for the Architect of the Capitol is presented as an Operating Budget and a Capital Budget.
The objective of the five year Capital Budget is to identify all projects, including those generated from within the agency as well as
those identified by clients, which would require funding in this appropriation during fiscal years 1998 through 2002. Using all the
information collected during this process, a five-year Capital Budget has been prepared based on currently identified needs. This
narrative introduces the Capital Budget and a table summarizes the five year capital budget. The table has been sorted in order to begin
with projects funded in the budget base followed by new projects for which funding is requested in the fiscal year 1998 budget. These
projects are further sub-sorted by type-cyclical maintenance followed by continuing and initiating other programs. The final sorting
of the Capital Budget projects for fiscal year 1998 relates to their priorities: "1" through "3" and "client". A detailed explanation of
these priorities is provided in the General Statement. The Capital Budget projects for fiscal years 1999 through 2002 are sorted in
similar manner. Narrative descriptions of these capital projects follow in the same order as they appear in the summary table.
Following the Capital Budget narratives is a table summarizing all projects funded with prior year "No Year" monies and related
narrative descriptions. The table and narratives include total cost estimate, completion date, and other information.

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