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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

The residents of

The residents of Fayette County are among the most affluent in the country. More than half of its residents 18 and older have college education. The county has a low unemployment rate. Fayette County’s work force is generally employed in the following areas: management, business, and finance; science, engineering, and computer science; sales; administrative support; healthcare; and other professional areas. These are typically high paying fields. Fayette County is among the counties with the highest Per Capita Personal Income at both the state level and the national level. The graph below compares the Per Capita Personal Income of the residents of Fayette County with those of Georgia and the rest of the nation for a period of ten years. $40,000 $35,000 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $5,000 $- Per Capita Personal Income 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Fayette County Georgia USA As the population and number of skilled workers have continued to grow over the years, the demographics are now such that businesses are being attracted to the area in increasing numbers. It is also important to note that the business climate in Fayette County is conducive to sustained quality growth. The Fayette County Development Authority has formed a partnership with six other adjacent counties-Metro South- for the specific purpose of promoting regional development. Another very important attribute to the immediate area is that Atlanta’s industrial diversity insulates the region against upheavals in a single market or decisions by a few major employers. Even with the increasing pre-eminence of the services sector of the economy, no single sector accounts for as much as 30 percent of the region’s employment. Added benefits of recent growth include the availability of more high-quality products, services and talent. A critical mass of skilled workers in a variety of technical fields encourages innovations and entrepreneurship. I - 11

MAJOR INITIATIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AND THE FUTURE For the Year: In preparing the 2010 fiscal year budget, the County was faced with the challenges of determining the proper balance between service delivery to the taxpayers and maintaining financial stability during a period of economic downturn. The slowing economy was taken into consideration in determining the future allocation of resources. The Board of Commissioners approved to delay the start of the budget development process until late March 2009 to allow for the mid-year budget adjustments to be finalized, end-of-calendar year revenues to be received, and FY 2009 year-end figures to be more accurately projected. The next-year budget level would depend largely on current year revenue streams and current year expenditure levels. County departments were instructed to keep their FY 2010 budget requests at the same level, or lower than, their FY 2009 budgets. Operating expenditures for FY 2010 decreased by $2.6 million or 3.4%. Capital/CIP appropriations increased by $1.5 million, but are to be funded with monies available from previously approved projects or from available fund balance. The total budget decreased by $1.1 million or 1.4%. The parameters that guided the development of the FY 2010 budget will enable the achievement of these important goals: Maintaining a stable property tax rate that supports the maintenance and operations of the county, Funding the continued expansion of the Water System, Continuing the replacement of county vehicles and equipment, Improving the County’s roadways, Enhancements in the Public Safety area, Projecting the funding needs of the Capital Improvements Program, Maintaining the fiscal ability to provide for service level increases in response to service demand, Optimizing the use of new technologies and training, and Minimizing the "cost of government" to the citizens while continuing to be responsive to their needs. Unquestionably, the most important asset of Fayette County is its employees. The Human Resources Department periodically compares the employees’ compensation and benefits package with those of surrounding markets. The implementation of the findings from these periodic salary comparisons helps guarantee that Fayette County can hire and retain qualified employees. In FY 2007, the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Management completed a Compensation and Classification Study approved by the Board of Commissioners. Phase I of the I - 12

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  • Page 9 and 10: $1.1 million less than the previous
  • Page 11: BUDGET SUMMARY FUND FY 2010 FY 2009
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  • Page 20 and 21: study was implemented in March 2008
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  • Page 28 and 29: $64,000,000 $63,000,000 $62,000,000
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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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