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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

From a long-range

From a long-range planning and services coordination standpoint, Fayette County is a member of the Atlanta Regional Commission. In looking at its demographic statistics, Fayette County is considered for the most part to be a suburban community. About 53 percent of its residents live in incorporated cities and towns. Fayette is the Atlanta region’s second least densely populated county, with 0.84 people living per acre of land. The average household size is 2.74 and nearly 93.9 percent of housing is defined as occupied. Fayette County exhibits some excellent physical characteristics, in terms of climate and geography. Average rainfall for the immediate area is 48.61 inches per year, and average temperatures range from a high of 87 degrees in the summer to a low of 34 degrees in the winter, with a year round average temperature of 61.4 degrees. The area is decorated with dogwoods and azaleas blooming in the spring and a colorful change of leaves in the fall. The general terrain of the area is characteristic of the Piedmont region of Georgia, with hills with broad ridges, sloping uplands and relatively narrow valleys. Land elevations within the County range from a low of 720 to a high of 1,005 feet above sea level. Transportation Another important attribute of Fayette County is its location in relationship to major transportation modes, with ready access to several different methods of conveyance. The County is strategically located in proximity to three major interstate highway systems, I-75, I-285 and I- 85. In addition, several principal arterial roadways, such as State Highways 54, 74, 85, 92, 279 and 314, pass directly through the County. Citizens also have fairly easy access to the public transportation systems, which serve the immediate Atlanta area. From terminals located in the southern part of Fulton County, travelers can take advantage of the trains and buses operated by the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). For a very reasonable fare, MARTA offers residents the alternative of an easy, quick commute to Downtown Atlanta or to the various sports venues. And from the private sector, the Greyhound Bus Lines operates a local terminal in nearby Hapeville. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest passenger airport, is located only about 15 miles to the north and Falcon Field Airport which is located on the western fringes of the County serves as a local public airport for light aircraft including small jets. Diverse Lifestyles In spite of its relatively small size in terms of area, Fayette County offers its residents a diverse menu of lifestyles, amenities and opportunities. Peachtree City, a planned community situated in the western part of the County, is widely known as a family-oriented locale. This City features three golf courses, two large lakes, 90 miles of golf cart paths, a 2,500 seat amphitheater, a state-of-the-art championship tennis center, an indoor swimming complex and numerous other recreational facilities. The majority of industry in the County is located in a nearby industrial park. I - 7

Fayetteville, the County seat, boasts of its Main Street Program aimed at recognizing the rich history of the City’s downtown area and ensuring that much of the small town flavor and architectural designs of the past are maintained. With street names like Stonewall, Beauregard, Lee and Jeff Davis and buildings such as the Doc Holliday House, one can’t help but feel surrounded by history. The Villages Amphitheater, located on Lafayette Avenue, offers a series of concerts throughout the year. For those in search of a more pastoral environment, the Towns of Brooks and Woolsey, located in the southern portion of the County, generally require a minimum residential lot size of fiveacres. In Fayette County, one can find a high-tech industrial complex and an airport located just a few minutes drive from cattle farms, woodlands full of deer and turkey, and a historic water mill. GOVERNMENTAL STRUCTURE The governing authority of Fayette County is a Board of Commissioners consisting of five elected members. The commissioners serve on a part-time basis and are elected to staggered terms of four years. While all five commissioners are elected at large, three must reside in different “districts” within the County. At their first meeting each calendar year, the Commission Chair and Vice-Chair are selected by the Board. In their policy-making capacity, the Board of Commissioners is authorized to perform the following functions: 1) levy taxes; 2) direct and control all property of the County; 3) establish, alter or abolish roads and bridges; 4) fill vacancies in County offices unless others are empowered to do so; 5) examine, settle and allow claims against the County; 6) examine and audit the accounts of all officers having the care, management, keeping, collection or disbursement of money belonging to the County; 7) establish the costs of licenses; and 8) make such rules and regulations as necessary for the protection and preservation of health, safety, welfare and morals. The Board of Commissioners appoints the County Administrator who serves as the County's Chief Administrative Officer. The County Administrator is responsible for the daily operations of all County functions in accordance with the policies of the Board of Commissioners. I - 8

  • Page 1 and 2: OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET FISCAL
  • Page 3 and 4: The Government Finance Officers Ass
  • Page 5 and 6: FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA TABLE OF CO
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  • Page 9 and 10: $1.1 million less than the previous
  • Page 11: BUDGET SUMMARY FUND FY 2010 FY 2009
  • Page 16 and 17: LOCAL ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AND OUTLO
  • Page 18 and 19: The residents of Fayette County are
  • Page 20 and 21: study was implemented in March 2008
  • Page 22 and 23: Fayette County, Georgia: Municipali
  • Page 24 and 25: FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA FY 2010 BUD
  • Page 26 and 27: Intergovernmental Revenues 2.2% Lic
  • Page 28 and 29: $64,000,000 $63,000,000 $62,000,000
  • Page 30 and 31: BUDGETED FUNDS FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2
  • Page 32 and 33: FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA SUMMARY OF
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  • Page 36 and 37: Public Works Public Works Administr
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  • Page 42 and 43: OTHER FUNDS In addition to the Gene
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    presented to the BOC. Track 2 - Oth

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    eserve in the general fund. POLICY

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    company or investment trust registe

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    Debt with variable-rate interest pa

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    o Building supplies; o Cleaning sup

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    A. Funding for Asset Replacement -

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    or if it should be retired from its

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    titled within time frames allowed.

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA BUDGET AMEN

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA BASIS OF AC

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA FUND TYPES

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    Policies and Procedures FAYETTE COU

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    Financial Impact on the Operating B

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    Capital Budget Expenditures and Fun

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    Capital Budget Fiscal Year 2010 Fun

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    Capital Budget Fiscal Year 2010 Cap

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    Fiscal Year 2010 - Fiscal Year 2014

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    Project Title Project Number Total

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    Project Title/Number Project Number

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    Project Funding Department Project

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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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    FY 2010 BUDGET PERSONNEL Due to the

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    Department: Administration Cost Cen

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    Department: Buildings and Grounds M

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    Department: County Commission Cost

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    Department: Contingency Cost Center

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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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    Department: Human Resources Cost Ce

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    Department: Information Systems Cos

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    Department: Information Systems Cos

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    Department: Non-Departmental Cost C

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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: District Attorney Cost

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    Department: Juvenile Court Cost Cen

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    Department: Juvenile Court Cost Cen

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    Department: Juvenile Supervision Co

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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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    FUNCTION: PUBLIC SAFETY Department

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    Department: Animal Control Cost Cen

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    Department: Confiscated Property -

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    Department: Coroner Cost Center: 10

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    Department: Emergency Phone System

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    Department: Emergency Phone System

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    Department: Fire and Emergency Medi

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    Department: Fire and Emergency Medi

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    Department: Fire Services Cost Cent

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    Department: Marshal s Office Cost C

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    Department: Marshal s Office Cost C

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    Department: Public Safety & Emergen

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    Department: Sheriff s Office Admini

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    Department: Sheriff s Office Crimin

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    Department: Sheriff s Office Crimin

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    Department: Sheriff s Office Field

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    Department: Sheriff s Office Jail O

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    FUNCTION: PUBLIC WORKS Department P

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    Department: Fleet Maintenance Cost

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    Department: Road Department Cost Ce

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    Department: Solid Waste Management

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    Department: Stormwater Management C

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    Department: Street Lights Cost Cent

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    Department: Water System Cost Cente

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    Department: Dept of Family and Chil

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    Department: Fayette Community Optio

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    Department: Public Health Cost Cent

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    Department: Victims Assistance Cost

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    Department: Youth Protection Cost C

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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: Development Authority C

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    Department: Permits and Inspections

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    Department: Planning and Zoning Cos

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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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    SCHEDULE OF DEBT AS OF JUNE 30, 200

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    quarterly installments of $35,515 b

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED POSITI

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED POSITI

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED POSITI

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    Contingency - A budgetary reserve s

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    are recorded when received in cash

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