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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

SIGNIFICANT ITEMS FOR

SIGNIFICANT ITEMS FOR CURRENT FY 2012 AND BUDGET FY 2013 1. Current Capital Improvement Program (CIP) – the five-year CIP plan was updated to reflect a focus on identifying critical needs and the availability of funding within the major funds: the General Fund, the Fire Fund, and the EMS Fund. For FY 2013, twenty projects were approved for a total of $3.4 million: $3.0 million for Governmental funds and $0.4 million for Enterprise funds. For the remaining four years, 2014-2017, the CIP plan includes projects with an estimated total cost of $14.1 million: $8.8 million for Governmental funds and $5.3 million for Enterprise funds. Projects included in the CIP plan for future years (2018 and beyond) have an estimated cost of $16.4 million: $8.4 for Governmental funds and $8.0 million for Enterprise funds. In total, the CIP plan includes projects with an estimated cost of $33.9 million: $20.2 million for Governmental funds and $13.7 million for Enterprise funds. 2. Additional Capital and CIP Projects – in FY 2013 fifteen projects were approved for a total of $727,452. These projects, as the projects included in the current CIP, were approved based on critical needs. These projects will be funded with transfers from the General Fund, E911 Fund, Fire Services Fund, and the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fund. 3. Vehicle/Equipment Replacement – for FY 2013, twenty vehicles and two pieces of equipment were approved to be replaced for a total of $904,420. The vehicles and equipment approved will be funded with Vehicle/Equipment fund balance. A vehicle and equipment replacement schedule was prepared to determine on an annual basis the funding needed for the systematic and timely replacement of the County’s fleet of vehicles and equipment. 4. Series 2012A and Series 2012B Water System Revenue Bonds – in April of 2012, Fayette County issued $8.1 million Series 2012A and $15.6 million Series 2012B Water System revenue bonds for the purpose of refunding part of the Series 2002 revenue bonds and financing the costs of making additions, extensions, and improvements to the County’s water system. The bond agreement calls for installment payments on principal, premiums, and interest; payable solely from and secured by a pledge of and lien on revenues derived by the County from their ownership and operation of the Water System. 5. Millage Rates – the millage rates (Maintenance & Operations, 5.645 mills; Fire Services, 2.500 mills; Emergency Medical Services, 0.450 mills; and E911 Services, 0.207 mills) were used in preparing the FY 2013 budget. Due to a shrinking tax digest, a proposal to increase the Fire Services millage rate for tax year 2012 will be presented to the Board of Commissioners in the month of August of 2012. If the proposal to increase the Fire Services millage rate is adopted, budget amendments to recognize the change in revenue level for FY 2013 will be processed. 6. Early Retirement Incentive Program (ERIP) – On March 22, 2012, the Board of Commissioners approved an early retirement incentive program for employees that have attained a minimum age of 55 and have completed a minimum of 20 years of vesting service with the County. Of 44 employees eligible, 32 employees elected to take the ERIP. At the same time, some of the non-critical positions that will be vacated will not be replaced. Through this combination, the county will be able to attain significant cost savings in salaries and benefits of 3

non-critical positions that would not be replaced and salary differentials for positions that would be replaced. 7. Stormwater Utility – the stormwater utility was adopted on September 22, 2011, to establish a source in the form of user fees to fund stormwater infrastructure. Stormwater activities will be accounted for in the newly created Stormwater Management fund, an enterprise fund. Previously stormwater management activities were accounted for in the General Fund. 8. Closing Projects – as part of the FY 2012 year-end process, a proposal will be presented to the Board to close current projects that have been completed or that are no longer necessary. If approved, the closing of these projects will allow the transfer of approximately $0.5 million back to fund balance. These additional funds would then be available for other uses. BUDGET SUMMARY FUND FY 2013 FY 2012 % CHANGE General Fund $ 45,200,684 $ 46,088,688 (1.9) Special Revenue Funds Law Library $ 67,160 $ 67,160 - Confiscated Property-State 76,500 Emergency Phone E-911 3,589,216 Jail Construction 447,942 Juvenile Supervision 30,330 Victims Assistance 186,416 Drug Abuse and Treatment 60,500 Fire Services Fund 7,382,275 Street Lights 304,246 EMS Fund 3,043,852 Enterprise Funds OPERATING BUDGET FY 2013 TO FY 2012 COMPARISON - BY FUND Solid Waste 215,582 Stormwater Management 427,805 Water System 14,753,637 75,400 2,671,297 447,942 30,630 184,411 59,450 7,569,180 297,818 3,098,355 209,859 14,478,100 1.5 34.4 - (1.0) 1.1 1.8 (2.5) 2.2 (1.8) Total Operating Budget $ 75,786,145 $ 75,278,290 0.7 4 2.7 N/A 1.9

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA ADOPTED FIS

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    future resources. Fayette County wi

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    BOC recommended capital budget and

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    The Board of Commissioners establis

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    II. RESERVE FUND POLICY PURPOSE The

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    6. Project notes issued by a public

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    Revenue bonds will be used to finan

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    Annual credit limit - not to exceed

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    POLICY Vehicles, heavy equipment, t

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    within the asset inventory system,

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    1. Acquisition of assets: (a) The B

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA MEASUREMENT

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    100 - General Fund FAYETTE COUNTY,

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    3. Capital Projects Funds - to acco

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    Budgeted - Fund Types, Funds, Funct

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    Classification of Projects Capital

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    1. Vehicle Replacements, five proje

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    Capital Budget Fiscal Year 2013 Exp

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    Capital Budget Fiscal Year 2013 Exp

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    Function: Public Safety Department

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    Capital Improvement Program (CIP) F

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    Project Title Funding Source Total

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    Project Title Funding Source Total

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    Department Proj # Project Title Fun

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    Impact of FY 2013-2017 CIP projects

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    Clerk of Courts Constitutional Offi

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    Division Directors/Department Heads

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    SUMMARY OF PERSONNEL - FULL-TIME EQ

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA FY 2013 BUD

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    Departments Matrix linking departme

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    Department: Administration Cost Cen

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    BUDGET SUMMARY FY 2011 Actual FY 20

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    Department: County Commission Cost

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    Department: Elections Cost Center:

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    Department: Finance Cost Center: 10

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    Department: Finance Cost Center: 10

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    Refine Metrics Crucial to Oglethorp

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    Department: Information Systems Cos

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    Department: Law Department Cost Cen

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    Department: Purchasing Cost Center:

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    Department: Tax Assessor Cost Cente

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    Department: Tax Commissioner Cost C

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    Department: Clerk of State Court Co

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    Department: Clerk of Superior Court

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    Department: Clerk of Superior Court

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    Department: Judges, Court Reporter

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    Department: Juvenile Court Cost Cen

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    Department: Juvenile Supervision Co

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    Department: Law Library Cost Center

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    Department: Magistrate Court Cost C

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    Department: Non-Departmental Cost C

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    Department: Probate Court Cost Cent

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    Department: State Court Judge Cost

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    Department: State Court Solicitor C

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    Department: Animal Control Cost Cen

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    Department: Confiscated Property -

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    Department: Emergency Phone System

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    Department: Fire and Emergency Medi

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    Department: Jail Construction Surch

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    Department: Marshal’s Office Cost

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    Department: Non-Departmental Cost C

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    Department: Public Safety & Emergen

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    Department: Sheriff’s Office - Ad

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    Department: Sheriff’s Office - Cr

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    Department: Sheriff’s Office - Ja

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    Department: Fleet Maintenance Cost

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    Department: Public Works Administra

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    Department: Road Department Cost Ce

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    Mission Statement The Solid Waste D

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    Department: Stormwater Management C

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    Department: Stormwater Management C

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    Department: Water System Cost Cente

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    Department: Drug Abuse & Treatment

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    Department: Fayette Counseling Cent

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    Department: Senior Citizens Service

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    Department: Victims Assistance Cost

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    Department: Library Cost Center: 10

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    Department: Library - SPLOST Cost C

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    Department: Recreation Cost Center:

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    Department: County Extension Cost C

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    Department: GA Forestry Commission

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    Department: Permits and Inspections

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    Department: Planning and Zoning Cos

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    Department: Criminal Justice Center

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    LEGAL DEBT MARGIN GENERAL OBLIGATIO

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    LONG-TERM DEBT AS OF JUNE 30, 2012

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    LEASES AS OF JUNE 30, 2012 Leases -

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED FULL-T

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED FULL-T

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    GLOSSARY OF BUDGETARY AND FINANCIAL

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    Fiscal Policies - guidelines that p

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    Moody’s - a credit rating agency

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