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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

MAJOR INITIATIVES FOR

MAJOR INITIATIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011 AND THE FUTURE For the Year: In preparing the 2011 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 prolonged slow economy was taken into consideration in determining the future allocation of resources. For the second year in a row, the Board of Commissioners approved to delay the start of the budget development process until late March 2010 to allow for the mid-year budget adjustments to be finalized, end-of-calendar year revenues to be received, and FY 2010 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 2011 budget requests at the same level, or lower than, their FY 2010 budgets. Projected operating expenditures for FY 2011 decreased by $1.1 million or 1.5%. Capital and CIP projects appropriations decreased by $4.4 million and are to be funded with monies available in Capital Projects/CIP Projects fund balance. The total budget decreased by $5.5 million or 7.0%. The parameters that guided the development of the FY 2011 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

study was implemented in March 2008. Phase II was implemented at the start of FY 2009. Phase III, the last phase of the study was implemented at the start of FY 2010. Also, funds were again included in the budget to provide training and education opportunities for employees to keep current certifications, obtain certifications required by their job functions, and keep up with software changes. As new residents continue to move into Fayette County, they bring with them an immediate impact on traffic flows. With each additional vehicle on the road, the potential for problems to develop increases as traffic counts begin to exceed existing road design capacities and intersections become overcrowded. Fayette County, in cooperation with its’ local communities and with regional and state agencies finalized a Comprehensive Transportation Plan in May 2003. The plan delineated necessary projects, strategies, and actions to be undertaken in the next 5, 10, 15, and 20 years. These projects would maintain Fayette’s quality of life by improving safety, reducing congestion, increasing mobility options, and enhancing the county’s business and community environments. The voters approved a Special Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) during the November 2004 general election which has provided funding for the County’s portion of the work. Key to the success of the plan has been the cooperation with the county’s local communities and with regional and state agencies. On December 13, 2007, the Board of Commissioners agreed to take advantage of Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding available through the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). This program assists with 80% of the funding of a transportation plan while the county provides the remaining 20%. The process of updating and replacing the 2003 plan begun and on March 30, 2010, Fayette County presented an update to the on-going Comprehensive Transportation Plan. The new plan has five key tasks: public involvement, inventory of existing conditions, assessment and analysis, recommendations, and final documentation. A summary of recommended transportation projects was completed. The complete revised list is available on the Fayette County website. The Fayette County Water System generates revenue from water sales, meter charges, and fees. The revenue is used to fund daily operations that ensure safe and adequate drinking water for county customers. The Water System serves more than 27,000 customers. It has a total production capacity of 20.525 million gallons per day (MGD). The system complies with the State of Georgia Watering Restriction Program. The system currently has three raw water storage reservoirs. Lake Kedron is a 235-acre reservoir which stores approximately 1.0 billion gallons of water and will safely yield 3.5 MGD during drought conditions. Lake Peachtree is a 250-acre reservoir which will yield 0.5 MGD I - 13

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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: 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: Public Defender Cost Ce

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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: 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: 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: 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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