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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Elections

Department: Elections Cost Center: 10010400 Function: General Government Fund: General Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes FY 2009 was an election intense year. The original budget for personal services was increased due to additional expenditures incurred during the year. For FY 2010, 1.1 full-time equivalent positions have been eliminated. For FY 2010, expenditures incurred in the municipal elections will be reimbursed by the cities/towns. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2009 FY 2010 BUDGET SUMMARY FUNDING SOURCES Actual Budget Actual Adopted Municipal Handling Fees (reimbursement from cities/towns) $ - $ - $ - $ 60,045 General Fund Contribution 437,640 567,022 741,384 310,448 Total Funding Sources $ 437,640 $ 567,022 $ 741,384 $ 370,493 APPROPRIATIONS Personal Services $ 358,075 $ 447,455 $ 655,035 $ 322,796 Operating 72,125 104,471 72,580 40,036 Capital Outlay 7,441 15,096 13,769 7,661 Total Approriations $ 437,640 $ 567,022 $ 741,384 $ 370,493 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 PERSONNEL - (FTE) Budget Budget Budget Adopted Total Personnel 5.60 5.60 5.60 4.50 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 WORKLOAD INDICATORS Actual Actual Actual Estimate Total Registered Voters (Active & Inactive) 69,351 70,845 74,246 77,307 Number of Precincts 37* 37* 37* 37* Number of Elections Held (Including Municipal Elections) 5 4 7 4 Applications Processed - TOTAL 10,681 New Registered Voters 3,749 Duplicate Applications 2,511 Transfers 1,835 Name/Address/Both Changes 2,586 11,707 4,369 2,533 2,370 2,435 11,493 4,250 3,191 2,084 1,968 Number of Absentee/Early/Advance Voting 2,044 10,583 8,266 * 37th Precinct is for Early/Advance voting in the Elections Office. FY 2007, the 37th precint began to include Advance voting in other locations. V - 17 15,922 4,900 3,550 3,272 4,200 60,888

Department: Engineering Cost Center: 10010575 Function: General Government Fund: General Mission Statement The mission of the Engineering Department is to provide for a safe and efficient transportation system within Fayette County through planning, design, review, and construction oversight of transportation-related projects. This includes implementation of the County's current transportation SPLOST. Major FY 2010 Goals and Objectives Review and update applicable articles of the County's Development Regulations. Aggresively implement SPLOST transportation projects. Complete, for use in fall 2009, Phase I of the West Fayetteville Parkway. Develop standards/policies for transportation projects, including environmental assessments, public involvement/education, and right of way acquisition. Performance Measures and Workload Indicators Implement SPLOST projects per the implementation schedule and budget. Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes Additional funding for a project to complete the Floodplain Mapping of the county was delayed until FY 2011. The total cost of the project is estimated in $630,000. The amount previously approved is $350,000, with $280,000 delayed until FY 2011. For FY 2010, the Engineering Department has been reorganized. The stormwater management function was moved to the newly created department of Stormwater Management. As a result, two full-time vacant positions were eliminated, five full-time positions were transferred to the newly created department of Stormwater Management, a new full-time position was approved during FY 2009, and a full-time position was transferred from the Road Department. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2009 FY 2010 BUDGET SUMMARY FUNDING SOURCES Actual Budget Actual Adopted Disturbed Acre Fees* $ 4,711 $ 5,000 $ 692 $ - General Fund Contribution 317,102 437,730 354,531 150,296 Total Funding Sources APPROPRIATIONS $ 321,813 $ 442,730 $ 355,222 $ 150,296 Personal Services $ 298,668 $ 416,675 $ 338,240 $ 141,946 Operating 18,151 20,042 11,346 7,310 Capital Outlay 4,995 6,013 5,636 1,040 Total Appropriations $ 321,813 $ 442,730 $ 355,222 $ 150,296 *For FY 2010, Disturbed Acre Fees revenue will be included in the new Stormwater Management Department. FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 PERSONNEL - (FTE) Budget Budget Budget Adopted Total Personnel 6.00 7.00 7.00 2.00 V - 18

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