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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Solid Waste

Department: Solid Waste Management Cost Center: 54040500 Function: Public Works Fund: Solid Waste FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 WORKLOAD INDICATORS Actual Actual Actual Estimate Solid Waste Tons received 41,760 39,203 38,309 36,853 Single Stream Recycling n/a 230 - - Electronic Recycling n/a 23,139 51,761 33,000 Commercial Yard Waste 209 188 966 918 Residential Yard Waste 12,325 14,065 12,458 8,347 Road Kill 48,000 48,000 48,000 34,907 Waste Management Payments $ 96,602 $ 85,380 $ 109,122 $ 104,093 Solid Waste Performance Measure Continue to comply with Solid Waste Closure Permits V - 102

Department: Stormwater Management Cost Center: 10040320 Function: Public Works Fund: General Mission Statement The Fayette County Stormwater Department is charged to protect public health and safety and the environment by providing fair and consistent implementation of the applicable County, State and Federal regulations. Stormwater Management strives to improve Fayette County through careful supervision of these concerns and analyzing the future impacts of current decisions. Major FY 2011 Goals and Objectives Stablish standard operating procedures for field staff to assess stormwater maintenance within the County's right of way. Continue to implement procedures to monitor expenses Stormwater Feasibility Study - Work with ISE to provide whatever information is necessary to complete the feasibility study and implementation of those requirements Training and Education - NPDES Permit Requirement E&SC Classes, level 1-A and Level 1-B Certification and Recertification IDDE Classes - Educational programs for Fayette County Employees Earth Day - Community Clean Up, Improvement, and Education Rivers Alive - Community Clean Up, Improvement, and Eduaction Geographic Information System - Continue enhancement of software by integrating existing data into GIS right of way. Monitor expenses to establish goals and future needs of the County Annual NPDES Compliance - Submittal of documentation of year-long compliance measures taken required by the NPDES Ms4 Permit Electronic Archiving - Continue digital archiving and digital submittal requirements to facilitate paper usage and storage and to speed document recovery No significant expenditure or staffing changes. Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2010 FY 2011 BUDGET SUMMARY FUNDING SOURCES Actual Budget* Actual* Adopted Disturbed Acre Fees $ - $ 400 $ 750 $ 750 General Fund Contribution - 325,976 319,874 321,694 Total Funding Sources $ - $ 326,376 $ 320,624 $ 322,444 APPROPRIATIONS Personal Services $ - $ 300,365 $ 303,173 $ 301,940 Operating - 22,374 11,684 16,342 Capital Outlay - 3,637 5,767 4,162 Total Appropriations $ - $ 326,376 $ 320,624 $ 322,444 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 PERSONNEL - (FTE) Budget Budget Budget Adopted Total Personnel* 0.00 0.00 5.00 5.00 *New department for FY 2010. Previously, the Stormwater Management function was part of the Engineering Department. V - 103