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Complete Report - Fayette County Government

Complete Report - Fayette County Government

Fayette

Fayette County, Georgia Water System Administration Schedule of Operating Expenses ByOrganizational Unit For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012 Customer Utility Meter Total Administration Services Billing Readers Administration Operating Expenses: Salaries $ 362,827 $ 381,270 $ 192,019 $ 134,637 $ 1,070,753 Fringe Benefits 89,580 105,887 90,324 49,914 335,705 Professional Services 128,396 - 128,396 Repairs and Maintenance 72,019 - - 72,019 Rents 13,008 - - 13,008 Insurance 75,550 - 75,550 CJ) Telecommunications 11,935 - - 11,935 U1 Postage 136,220 - - 136,220 Other Services, Travel and Fees 55,142 - 55,142 Supplies 32,798 - - 32,798 Chemicals Utilities 22,903 - 22,903 Gasoline 4,161 - - 4,161 Instructional Materials 755 - 755 Water Purchases Tools and Uniforms 3,535 - 3,535 Inventory Parts Equipment Purcha ses 7,778 - - 7,778 Bad Debt Expense - 39,115 - 39,115 - $ 1,016,607 $ 487,157 $ 321,458 $ 184,551 $ 2,009,773

Fayette County, Georgia Water System Construction Accounts Comments For The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012 Under the terms of the various bond resolut ions, the County must create a special fund (account) designated as the "Const ruction Account" for each issue that represents new money from the bond proceeds (i.e., not a refunding issue). All moneys on deposit and securities held in these accounts are subject to lien and charge in favor of the holders of the bonds issued and are held for the security of the bondholders until paid out for authorized construction projects or debt service in certain circumstances. Moneys in these accounts must be applied toward the payment of the costs of adding to, extending, improving and equipping the System, substantially in accordance with the Engineering Report that was prepared for the project(s) to be funded . Any funds remaining in the Construction Fund after completion of the System improvements contemplated by the Bond resolution must be withdrawn from the account and deposited into the Sinking Fund. Moneys in the Construction Fund not presently needed for the payment of current obligations during the course of construction shall be invested and reinvested only in such securities as provided for in Section 36·93·7 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA), as amended. ·66·

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