2007 Earmarks

(1) Unobligated Surplus in Part 1A $ 78,296,073;
(2) H63-Department of Education
(A) 4 Year Pre-Kindergarten Child Development Education Pilot Program 9,294,497;
(B) First Steps- 4 Year Pre-Kindergarten Child Development Education Pilot Program 7,858,576;
(C) School Transportation 29,553,931;
(D) School Buses 30,546,069;
(E) Governor’s School for Science & Math – Technology Replacement 64,042;
(F) School Libraries 1,000,000;
(G) Boys & Girls Clubs 1,300,000;
(H) EFA Reserve Fund 20,000,000;
(I) Save the Children Rural Literacy Project 500,000;
(J) Science South 750,000;
(3) H67-Educational Television Commission
(A) Education Satellite Services 1,400,000;
(B) Radio & Television Transmission 485,000;
(4) H79-Department of Archives & History
(A) Electronic Archives Development 218,000;
(B) Public Access Upgrades 40,000;
(C) National Historic Register Site – Randolph Cemetery 200,000;
(D) Quaker Cemetery 70,000;
(5) H87-State Library
(A) Darlington Old Carnegie Library 125,000;
(B) Johnsonville Library 550,000;
(6) H91-Arts Commission
(A) Grants – Education, Arts & Cultural Tourism 585,000;
(B) Newberry County Opera House 50,000;
(C) Weldon Auditorium 500,000;
(D) Town of Chesterfield/Old Courthouse Arts Renovation Center 125,000;
(E) Gaffney Arts & Cultural Center 400,000;
(6.1) (Grants – Education, Arts and Cultural Tourism) For the current fiscal year, the Arts Commission is prohibited from utilizing funds appropriated for Education, Arts, and Cultural Tourism grants for personal services.
(7) H95-State Museum
(A) Marketing 25,000;
(B) Acquisitions 25,000;
(C) Dr. Benjamin E. Mays Historic Site & Museum 200,000;
(D) York County Museum 500,000;
(E) Florence Museum 3,900,000;
(F) National Bean Market Museum of South Carolina 950,000;
(G) Fountain Inn Museum 100,000;
(H) Fountain Inn Civic Center Auditorium 100,000;
(7.1) (Florence Museum) Of the funds appropriated to the State Museum for the Florence Museum the locality shall match every state dollar with two local dollars.
(8) A05-House of Representatives
Technology Assessment 60,000;
(9) E16-State Treasurer
Tuition Prepayment Program – Elimination of Unfunded Liability 9,204,341;
(10) B04-Judicial Department
(A) Court Technology 1,550,000;
(B) Travel 1,000,000;
(C) Abbeville County Courthouse Renovation & Operational Costs 225,000;
(11) C05-Administrative Law Court
(A) Staff Attorneys – Startup Equipment 33,851;
(B) Business Associate – Startup Equipment 3,413;
(12) E20-Attorney General
(A) Internet Sexual Predator Prosecutors & Support Staff – Startup Equipment 255,000;
(B) Technology Enhancement Initiative – Computer Equipment 468,038;
(13) F03-Budget & Control Board
(A) SC Health Information Data Systems 10,000;
(B) Competitive Grants 3,000,000;
(C) Department of Transportation Procurement Study 250,000;
(D) Office of Local Government
(1) Westminster Town Hall Renovations 10,000;
(2) Third Army Water Line 450,000;
(3) City of Conway Storm Water Filtration 23,000;
(4) Liberty Industrial Development 200,000;
(5) Lake Marion Water Authority 100,000;
(6) Museum & Gallery at Heritage Green 100,000;
(14) F30-Employee Benefits
Other Post Employment Benefits Trust Fund 16,079,104;
(15) X22-Aid to Subdivisions – State Treasurer
Aid to Planning District 10,000;
(16) E28-Election Commission
(A) 2008 Statewide Primary/Runoff Elections 3,473,000;
(B) Operations 500,000;
(C) Ballot Security 400,000;
(17) SC Rural Infrastructure Authority – Grants & Loan Program 10,000;
(18) H03-Commission on Higher Education
(A) Greenville Technical College 1,123,000;
(B) University Center of Greenville 500,000;
(C) Enhance Agency Technology 130,000;
(D) GEAR UP 75,000;
(E) Electronic Library 2,000,000;
(F) SC Manufacturing Extension Partnership 1,200,000;
(G) Task Force on Higher Education Study Committee 150,000;
(H) National Guard Scholarship Program 1,300,000;
(I) SC Community Enterprise Center 200,000;
(19) H12-Clemson University
(A) Comset 600,000;
(B) Light Rail 1,500,000;
(C) Deferred Maintenance 250,000;
(20) H18-Francis Marion University
(A) Center for the Performing Arts 4,000,000;
(B) I-95 Corridor Study 250,000;
(21) H21-Lander University
Greenwood-Lander Performing Arts Outreach Program 20,000;
(22) H24-South Carolina State University
(A) Transportation Center 410,635;
(B) Deferred Maintenance 1,500,000;
(C) SC Alliance for Minority Participation 200,000;
(D) I-95 Corridor Study 250,000;
(E) Obesity Awareness & Prevention Initiative 200,000;
(F) Bridge Program 250,000;
(23) H27-University of South Carolina – Columbia
(A) One Carolina 1,500,000;
(B) SC LightRail 1,500,000;
(C) SC Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology – Equipment 54,375;
(D) SC Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology – Building Renovation 300,000;
(E) National Hydrogen Association Convention – EngenuitySC 100,000;
(F) Gibbs Green Renovation 250,000;
(24) H37-University of South Carolina – Lancaster
Repairs and Renovation 800,000;
(25) H47-Winthrop University
(A) Lake Wylie Small Business Development Center 115,000;
(B) Deferred Maintenance/Property Acquisition 1,200,000;
(26) H51-Medical University of South Carolina
(A) SC LightRail 1,500,000;
(B) Reid House – Health Education & Disease Prevention Initiative 250,000;
(C) Charleston Breast Center – Equipment 450,000;
(D) Hollings Cancer Center 500,000;
(27) H59-State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education
(A) Allied Health Initiative 10,000,000;
(B) Center for Accelerated Technology 1,200,000;
(C) Central Carolina Technical College – Nursing Program 2,000,000;
(D) Greenville Tech Northwest Campus Heritage Hall 200,000;
(E) Midlands Tech-Center of Excellence for Technology 1,000,000;
(F) Williamsburg Technical College – Trades Program 300,000;
(G) York Technical College – Chester Technology 500,000;
(H) Piedmont Pottery Degree Program 150,000;
(I) Technical College of the Lowcountry – Nursing Program 250,000;
(J) Orangeburg Technical College – Trucking Program 200,000;
(28) P12-Forestry Commission
Oconee County Fire Fighting Equipment 150,000;
(29) P16-Department of Agriculture
(A) Marketing 1,000,000;
(B) Bio Diesel & Ethanol Testing 250,000;
(C) Agri-Tourism and Economic Development 2,000,000;
(D) Colleton Farmers Market Revitalization Project 150,000;
(30) P20-Clemson-PSA
(A) Agribusiness, Biotech, Genetics 3,600,000;
(B) Spartanburg Humane Society 100,000;
(31) P24-Department of Natural Resources
(A) Law Enforcement 730,400;
(B) Marine Infrastructure 5,000,000;
(C) Law Enforcement Equipment 500,000;
(D) Freshwater Fish Hatchery Maintenance 2,165,000;
(E) Upgrade VHF Radio System 5,000,000;
(F) Information Technology 2,500,000;
(G) Historic Houses & Structures 2,200,000;
(H) Recruitment and Retention of Staff 500,000;
(I) Removal of Abandoned River Shacks 100,000;
(J) Lynches River Environmental Discovery Center 120,129;
(K) Erosion and Sediment Control at Congaree Pointe 475,000;
(L) Keeper of the Wild 75,000;
(M) Lake Wylie Visitor Center 235,000;
(32) P28-Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
(A) Advertising-Statewide 10,000,000;
(B) Advertising – Destination Specific 5,000,000;
(C) Product Development 5,000,000;
(D) State Parks Asbestos Abatement 1,000,000;
(E) Parks and Recreation Development Fund (PARD) 2,400,000;
(F) Manufacturing Alliance “Made in South Carolina” 750,000;
(G) Competitive Grants 3,000,000;
(H) Anderson County Parks & Recreation 800,000;
(I) Camp Croft State Park – Bridge 50,000;
(J) Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park 50,000;
(K) Dorchester County Youth, Senior, and Tourism 160,000;
(L) Historic Mineral Springs Park 165,000;
(M) Promotion for Recreation Facilities in Charleston County 125,000;
(N) Historic Duncan Park 60,000;
(O) Clearwater Village 165,000;
(P) Oakley Park 150,000;
(Q) Atlantic Beach Marketing, Tourism, and Planning 225,000;
(R) Murrell’s Inlet Project 235,000;
(S) Marion County Tourism & Education Resource Center 165,000;
(T) Lee County Park 150,000;
(U) Darlington Byerly Park 160,000;
(V) Fingerville Community Park – Spartanburg 80,000;
(W) Little League Sports Complex on Bryant Road 70,000;
(X) Lake Ashwood Project 65,000;
(Y) Richland County Recreation Commission – Friarsgate Park 25,000;
(Z) Horry County Community Parks, Recreation, and Tourism 300,000;