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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Federal Confiscated

Federal Confiscated Property This fund is not budgeted. The Federal Confiscated Property Special Revenue Fund follows the same general guidelines as the State Confiscated Property Fund. The monies received into this fund are from the Department of Justice with the main difference between the Federal and State fund being the relative size of the amount of funds that are taken. The war against drugs is often a hit-or-miss proposition resulting in a great variance of funds received from one year to the next. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Confiscated Property-Federal 829,111 FY 2011 ACTUAL 648,953 Emergency Phone E-911 FY 2012 ESTIMATED 604,593 FY 2013 PROJECTED 604,593 Until FY 2012, the main revenue sources were Charges for Services and contributions from the cities and county. With the creation of the new E911 tax district during FY 2012, the original budget was adjusted to reflect additional revenue from Property Taxes and a reduction of the contributions from the cities and county. Revenue & Other Sources for FY 2013 are projected to increase by approximately 25% due mainly to the additional revenue generated from property taxes. Expenditures & Other Uses are projected to increase by approximately 35% due mainly to the transfer of the Radio System Debt from the General Fund to the E911 fund. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Emergency Phone E-911 1,122,744 FY 2011 ACTUAL 989,559 Jail Construction Surcharge FY 2012 ESTIMATED 627,799 FY 2013 PROJECTED The main source of revenue is the 10% surcharge collected by the various courts on traffic and criminal fines. Fund balance in this fund decreased rapidly through FY 2011. For FY 2012, Prisoners Medical Expenses were moved to be funded entirely from the General Fund. 164,269 The FY 2013 budget projects that expenditures will exceed revenues by 18% for this fund. During the fiscal year the projected shortfall will be addressed and an adjustment to the original budget will be processed to avoid a negative fund balance. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Jail Construction 143,280 43 FY 2011 ACTUAL 91,133 FY 2012 ESTIMATED 8,722 FY 2013 PROJECTED (59,220)

Juvenile Supervision The Juvenile Supervision Special Revenue Fund derives revenue from the collection of surcharges on Juvenile Court fines and fees. The main expenditure is the payment of supervisors for the juvenile delinquents while doing community work. For FY 2013, fund balance is projected to remain flat when compared to the estimated FY 2012 fund balance. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Juvenile Supervision 84,328 FY 2011 ACTUAL Victims Assistance 91,037 FY 2012 ESTIMATED 93,069 FY 2013 PROJECTED 92,739 This program is funded by a 5% surcharge on all fines and grant monies designed to help the victims of misdemeanor crimes. Starting in FY 2004, fund balance started decreasing due to the addition of new programs and additional personnel expenditures. For FY 2010, the Board of Commissioners approved to transfer three of the four employees funded from the Victims Assistance fund to the General Fund. The FY 2013 budget projects that expenditures will exceed revenues by 22% for this fund. During the fiscal year the projected shortfall will be addressed and an adjustment to the original budget will be processed to avoid a negative fund balance. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Victims Assistance 13,100 FY 2011 ACTUAL Drug Abuse and Treatment 55,869 FY 2012 ESTIMATED 15,320 FY 2013 PROJECTED (18,596) This special revenue fund accounts for the collection of the 50% surcharge on fines for drug related offenses that is used to fund drug education programs and the court drug division. In FY 2010, this fund included three programs. For FY 2011, it was determined to not include funding for programs that do not meet eligibility requirements for funding (per OCGA 15-21-101). Currently only the Griffin Judicial Circuit Drug Court is being funded. For the FY 2013 budget, revenues and expenditures are projected at the same level. Fund balance should decrease slightly (0.4%) from FY 2012. As of June 30 FY 2010 ACTUAL Drug Abuse and Treatment 77,545 44 FY 2011 ACTUAL 115,362 FY 2012 ESTIMATED 127,524 FY 2013 PROJECTED 127,024

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