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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

FY 2010

FY 2010 BUDGET PERSONNEL Due to the continued downturn in the economy and the resulting reduction of revenue streams, the Board of Commissioners instituted specific budget parameters for FY 2010. One of the parameters directed County departments to maintain current FY 2009 personnel levels. This included the elimination of current vacant positions, no new positions requested for FY 2010, and no promotions requested for FY 2010. Any deviations from these parameters would need to be presented initially to the County Administrator and eventually approved by the Board of Commissioners. A total of 23.5 full-time equivalent (FTE) vacant positions were eliminated for FY 2010. The elimination of these positions represents annual savings of approximately $1.0 million in salary and benefits. During FY 2009, one full-time position was added in the Engineering department. Upon recommendation from Staff, the Board of Commissioners approved the creation of the position of Risk Manager in the Human Resources department. The Board also approved the promotion of two full-time employees in the Emergency 911 department. As a result of the aforementioned, the total personnel count decreased by 2.8% or 21.5 full-time equivalent (FTE) for FY 2010. The following table summarizes the net effect of the changes in personnel levels by function: FY 2010 BUDGET - POSITIONS (FTE) FUNCTION ADDED ELIMINATED NET GENERAL GOVERNMENT 2.00 JUDICIAL - PUBLIC SAFETY - PUBLIC WORKS - CULTURE & RECREATION - PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT - TOTAL 2.00 OTHER 9.01 2.60 1.00 3.00 1.60 6.28 23.49 (7.01) (2.60) (1.00) (3.00) (1.60) (6.28) (21.49) The Stormwater Department was created in FY 2010. Five employees were transferred from the Engineering department to the newly created department. Three positions assigned to Victims Assistance were transferred to the State Court Solicitor’s office. The Sheriff’s Office was reorganized. One division, Traffic Control, was eliminated. Its functions were merged into the Field Operations division. A total of twenty-three (FTE) positions were reassigned throughout the divisions. V - 7

FUNCTION: GENERAL GOVERNMENT Department ADMINISTRATION V - 9 BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINTENANCE V - 11 COUNTY COMMISSION V - 13 CONTINGENCY V - 15 ELECTIONS V - 16 ENGINEERING V - 18 FINANCE V - 19 HUMAN RESOURCES V - 22 INFORMATION SYSTEMS V - 24 LAW DEPARTMENT V - 28 NON-DEPARTMENTAL V - 29 PURCHASING V - 30 TAX ASSESSOR V - 32 TAX COMMISSIONER V - 34 V - 8

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