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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

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

LOCAL ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AND OUTLOOK Fayette County continues to benefit economically by being an integral part of one of the top growth areas in the United States. The Metropolitan Atlanta region represents one of the nation's primary transportation and distribution centers as well as being a major financial and consumer services leader. For those counties located on the south side of the Metro Area, Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta International Airport is considered to be one of the more important economic engines. The total annual regional economic impact of the airport is more than $32 billion. Georgia’s geographically central location for domestic distribution, excellent surface transportation system, telecommunications infrastructure and proximity to major consumer markets make the state an excellent base for air cargo operations. The quality and quantity of services provided by the County to its residents are second to none. The Fayette County Board of Education reported that all 29 schools met Georgia’s Adequate Yearly Progress testing criteria and no school will have to offer parents the option of transferring students to other school. The “Adequate Yearly Progress Requirements” is part of the No Child Left Behind law that requires states to set goals based on student achievement data. Also in Fayette County, one will find one of the lowest crime rates in the Metro-Atlanta area, and an efficient County government with one of the lowest millage rates and service costs per capita in the State. Each of these quality-of-life factors combine to make Fayette County an extremely attractive place in which to reside. More recently, the County has become well known, not only regionally, but nationally, as an ideal place in which to live and to work. Fayette County is considered by many to be the “crown jewel” of metropolitan Atlanta’s many fine communities and it indeed offers a quality of life that equals or surpasses any metro area in the United States. The City of Peachtree City is an award winning “master plan” community. It has been named on the list of “10 Best Places to Live” by Money magazine and CNN/MONEY. According to the 1980 census figures, Fayette County had 29,043 residents and was the fortythird most populous county in the State of Georgia. For 2009, the estimated population is in excess of 106,000. It is the twenty-first most populous county. Even though the population growth will not continue at the same unprecedented rate of the 1980’s and 1990’s, the Atlanta region will continue to be one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the Country. I - 9

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    safeguard the resources entrusted t

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    Outstanding debt will be reviewed o

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    The Finance Department Accounting A

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    12) Trailers 15 years 13) Grounds e

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    1) Attachment - tangible property t

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    FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA ACCOUNTING,

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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 2011 Fun

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    Capital Budget Fiscal Year 2011 Cap

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    Project Title Fiscal Year 2011 - Fi

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    Project Title Project Number Total

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    Project Funding Department Project

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    Elected Officials Board of Commissi

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    Health Department: Physical Health

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    # of Employees (FTE) 800.00 790.00

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    FUNCTION: GENERAL GOVERNMENT Depart

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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: Elections Cost Center:

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    Department: Engineering Cost Center

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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: Law Department Cost Cen

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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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    FUNCTION: JUDICIAL Department Page

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    Department: Clerk of State Court Co

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    Department: Clerk of Superior Court

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    Department: District Attorney Cost

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    Department: Judges, Court Reporter

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    Department: Juvenile Court Cost Cen

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    Department: Juvenile Supervision Co

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    Department: Law Library Cost Center

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    Department: Magistrate Court Cost C

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    Department: Probate Court Cost Cent

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    Department: Public Defender Cost Ce

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    Department: State Court Judge Cost

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    Department: State Court Solicitor C

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    Department: Animal Control Cost Cen

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    Department: Confiscated Property -

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    Department: Confiscated Property U.

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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: Jail Construction Surch

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    Department: Marshal s Office Cost C

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    Department: Non-Departmental Cost C

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    Department: Department: Sheriff s O

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    Department: Fleet Maintenance Cost

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    Department: Public Works Administra

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    Department: Solid Waste Management

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    Department: Stormwater Management C

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    Department: Water System Cost Cente

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    FUNCTION: HEALTH & WELFARE Departme

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    Department: Drug Abuse & Treatment

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    Department: Fayette Counseling Cent

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    Department: Senior Citizens Service

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    Department: Victims Assistance Cost

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    FUNCTION: CULTURE & RECREATION Depa

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    Department: Library Cost Center: 10

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    Department: Recreation Cost Center:

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    FUNCTION: PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT De

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    Department: County Extension Cost C

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    Department: GA Forestry Commission

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    Department: Permits and Inspections

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    Department: Planning and Zoning Cos

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    FUNCTION: DEBT SERVICE Department P

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    Department: E911 821 MHZ Radio Syst

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    Assessed Debt Service Net Legal Fis

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    Fayette County Water System Enterpr

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED POSITI

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    SALARY RANGES FOR CLASSIFIED POSITI

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    CIP Project - Is a major capital pr

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    Internal Service Fund - A fund used

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