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Ohio funding LOSSES AND GAINS by department



Published: Wed, March 16, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m.

Here is a look at Gov. John Kasich proposed budget cuts by major state departments, in his attempt to trim $8 billion dollars from the annual budget. The percentage of change is based on the difference between the 2011 and 2012 fiscal budgets, and then the difference between the 2012 and 2013 fiscal budgets. The biggest cuts and gains are based on percentage of specific budget funds, and not the dollar amount.

Department of agriculture

FY 11-12    FY 12-13
–17.6% 0.0%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: International Trade and Market Development, –100%; License Plates - Sustainable Agriculature, –100%; Agricultural Commodity Marketing Program, –100%; License Plate Scholarships, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Ohio Proud International and Domestic Market Development, 233.3%; Weights And Measures, 200%; Ohio Proud Marketing, 190.5%; Livestock Management Program, 127.9%

Department of Aging

FY 11-12    FY 12-13 
–86.0% 0.0%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: AmeriCorps operations, –100%; Residential state supplement, –100%; AmeriCorps programs, –100%; Passport/residental state supplement, –100%; Passport fund, –100%; OCSC community support, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Federal aging grants, 37.3%; Ombudsman support, 25%; Long-term care consumers guide, 29.1%

Department of Alcohol and drug addiction services

FY 11-12    FY 12-13
–1.4% –49.6%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Drug free schools, –100%; Administrative reimbursement, –40%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Education and conferences, 194.1%; Board match reimbursement, 100%; Treatment services, 22.4%

Department of Commerce

FY 11-12     FY 12-13
–4.9% –75.5%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: ARRA (underground storage tanks), –100%; Penalty enforcement, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Video service, 887.1%

Department of Development

FY 11-12    FY 12-13
5.4% –7.5%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Energy projects, –100%; Smart grid resiliency, –100%; Diesel emissions reduction grant, –100%; Fed Stimulus Energy Star rebate, –100%; Water and Sewer commission loans, –100%; Motors Liquidators Corp Trust, –100%; Alternative Fuel Transportation, –100%; Water and Sewer administration, –100%; Rural industrial park loan, –100%; Urban redevelopment loans, –100%; Rural development initiative, –100%; Logistics and distribution infrastructure, –100%; Rapid outreach loans, –100%;

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Clean Ohio implementation, 178.2%; Travel and Travel cooperative projects, 384.4%; Minority business bonding program administration, 196.7%; Research and development taxable bond projects, 410.7%

Department of education

FY 11-12     FY 12-13
–11.5% –4.9%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: School improvement initiatives, –100%; STEM initiatives, –100%; School employee health care board, –100%; Violence prevention and school safety, –100%; Foundation funding (Federal stimulus), –100%; School lunch cafeteria equipment, –100%; National school lunch program equpiment, –100%; Byrd Scholarship, –100%; Reading First, –100%; Early learning initiative, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Community schools and choice programs, 120%; Miscellaneous educational services, 104.3%; Teacher incentive (Federal stimulus) 168.5%; Interagency operational support, 113.4%; Educational improvement grants, 883.6%

Enviro nmental protection agency

FY 11-12     FY 12-13
–11.8% –2.0%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Laboratory services, –59.1%; Anti-tampering settlement, 59.6%; Corrective action, –97.3%; Groundwater support, –95.6%, Scrap tire management, –73.3%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Air pollution control administration, 97.4%; Water quality protection, 24.8%

Office of the Governor

FY 11-12     FY 12-13   
–5.5% 0.1%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: National Governors Conference, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Operating expenses, 0.2%

Department of health

FY 11-12    FY 12-13    
–4.5% -0.4%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Animal borne disease and prevention, –100%; Healthy Ohio, -100%; Infectious disease prevention and surveillance, –100%; Sewage treatment system innovation, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Chronic disease and injury prevention, 232.1%; Public health laboratory, 26%

Department of Job and Family Services

FY 11-12     FY 12-13
3.2% 5.7%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Children’s Hospital, –100%; Kinship permanency incentive program, –100%; BCII service fees, –100%; Child and adult protective services, –100%; Health care services (other fund), –100%; County technologies, –100%; Nursing facilty bed assessments, –100%; Residential state supplement payments, 100%; GOFBCI/Family stability, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Healthcare compliance, 150%; Nursing home assessments, 121.4%; OHP Health Care Grants, 2793.8%; State and county shared services, 196.1%

Department of Mental Health

FY 11-12      FY 12-13
–10.0% –49.4%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12:

Community and hospital mental health services, –100%; Behavioral health services (children), –100%; Elementary and secondary education act, –100%; Residential support services, –100%; Community mental health board risk fund, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Local mental health systems of care, 88.5%; Social services block grant, 100%

Department of natural resources

FY 11-12      FY 12-13
–14.0% 5.3%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Soil and water districts, –100%; Division of mineral resource management, –100%; DNR publications, –100%; Natural areaas and preserves (Federal), –100%; Urban forestry grant, –100%; Wildlife habitat, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Reclamation regulatory, 34%; Water (Federal), 22.7%

Department of Public Safety

FY 11-12      FY 12-13  
–5.1% –0.9%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: State disaster relief, –100%; Federal Justice grants, –100%; Justice Assistance grant, FFY10, —92.8%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Motor carrier enforcement expense, 28.2%; Food stamp trafficking enforcement (Federal), 49.8%; Homeland Security operating, 56.6%

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

FY 11-12      FY 12-13
–5.5% –18.1%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Underground utility protection, –100%; State regulators assistance, –21.3%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: None

Department of taxation

FY 11-12      FY 12-13
–0.8% 0%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Municipal Income Taxation Administration, –43.4%; Cigarette tax enforcement, –27.1%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Tape file account, 58.2%; Kilowatt hour tax administration, 50%; Motor vehicle audit, 47.4%

Department of transportation

FY 11-12       FY 12-13
–4.1% 5.3%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: Highway infrastructure bank (local), –100%; Transit infrastructure bank (local), –100%; Title 49 infrastructure bank (state), –100%; Roadway infrastructure bank (local), –100%; Transit infrastructure bank (local), –100%; Aviation infrastructure bank (local), –100%; Administration (state) debt service, –100%

• Biggest gains for FY’12: Highway infrastructure bank (Federal), 68.6%; Roadway infrastructure bank (state), 150%

Workers’ compensation council

FY 11-12  FY 12-13  
204% 0%

• Biggest cuts for FY’12: None

• Biggest gains for FY’12: WCC remuneration, 204%


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