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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Public Works

Department: Public Works Administration Cost Center: 10040100 Function: Public Works Fund: General Mission Statement The mission is to assist in the management, coordination and long-term planning and budgeting of the Public Works departments. These departments shall operate efficiently and in a manner that serves the existing and future needs of our citizens and other County departments Major Department Functions The Division of Public Works is the umbrella organization that oversees the departments of Buildin and Grounds, Engineering, Fleet Maintenance and Road Assist with implementation of the County's Transportation SPLOST program Represent Fayette County at the Atlanta Regional Commission's Transportation Coordinating Committee to ensure that the County's transportation projects are included in the region Major FY 2011 Goals and Objectives Complete the Comprehensive Transportation Plan for Fayette County. Work with the Engineering department to implement SPLOST transportation projects per the 2010 Work Plan. Coordinate Fayette County transportation projects with regional plans and funding opportunities. Continually review and modify Development Regulations, internal policies and Transportation Plans to meet existing and future needs of Fayette County Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes There are no significant expenditure or staffing changes. BUDGET SUMMARY FY 2009 Actual FY 2010 Budget FY 2010 Actual FY 2011 Adopted FUNDING SOURCES General Fund Contribution $ 186,187 $ 192,273 $ 187,399 $ 191,357 APPROPRIATIONS Personal Services $ 182,490 $ 182,959 $ 178,997 $ 183,023 Operating 3,697 7,759 7,396 8,184 Capital Outlay - 1,555 1,006 150 Total Appropriations $ 186,187 $ 192,273 $ 187,399 $ 191,357 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 PERSONNEL - (FTE) Budget Budget Budget Adopted Total Personnel 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 WORKLOAD INDICATORS Budget Budget Budget* Adopted # of Public Works Division employees being supervised** 57.725 58 83.60 80.60 *For FY 2010, Building and Grounds was moved to the Public Works Division. **These changes are "administrative" in nature and do not affect individual expenditure budgets. V - 98

Department: Road Department Cost Center: 10040220 Function: Public Works Fund: General Mission Statement The mission of the Road Department is to construct and maintain a safe and efficient transportation network, and to do so in a manner with minimal impact to County residents and the environment. We strive to perform this work with cost-effective means and workmanship that exceeds expectation Major Department Functions Construction: construction of new roads, intersection improvements, and widening and paving of existing gravel roads. Maintenance: resurfacing existing roads; patching potholes; road shoulder rehabilitation; right-of way grass cutting, liter pickup, and dead animal pickup; maintaining proper roadway drainage; smoothing and scraping gravel roads. Other: posting, maintaining and replacing roadway signs; application of pavement markings Major FY 2011 Goals and Objectives Complete the construction of Snead Road by October 2010. Cut grass at least 4 times on collector roads and 3 times on other roads. Resurface and/or pave 25 miles of roads. Crew Leaders should contribute more in the form of planning daily activitie Begin raising the education level of the department by requiring minimum education levels for certain staff positions; coordinate with Human Resources to provide classes on Microsoft Window and MS Office applications (ex., Excel and Word) and basic internet search. Crew Leaders would b required to attend and other staff would be encouraged to attend Change the organizational structure of the department from horizontal to two major sections: Construction and Maintenance. Each section to be lead by a Crew Leader I The Assistant Director should be more involved in quality assurance Provide the necessary tools for the pothole patching crew to be able to correctly do the job Implement the Transportation 2010 Work Plan Develop a plan and schedule for compliance with 2009 MUTCD requirements Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes For FY 2011, two full-time positions were transferred to the Engineering Department and one vacant full-time position was eliminated A capital project for the purchase of a roadside grass mowing implement was approved (cost: $30,000). V - 99

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