Views
5 years ago

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Juvenile Supervision The

Juvenile Supervision The Juvenile Supervision Special Revenue Fund derives revenue from the collection of surcharges on Juvenile Court fines and fees. The main expenditure is the payment of supervisors for the juvenile delinquents while doing community work. For FY 2011, fund balance is projected to decrease slightly. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 71,261 $ 75,067 $ 84,327 $ 82,527 Victims Assistance This program is funded by a 5% surcharge on all fines and grant monies designed to help the victims of misdemeanor crimes. Starting in FY 2004, fund balance started decreasing due to the addition of new programs and additional personnel expenditures. For FY 2010, the Board of Commissioners approved to transfer three of the four personnel funded from the Victims Assistance fund to the General Fund. For FY 2011, funding for the programs was reduced by the combined estimated FY 2010 and projected FY 2011 shortfall. This will allow revenue to fully cover expenditures. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 892 $ 1,993 $ 4,810 $ 32,028 Drug Abuse and Treatment This special revenue fund accounts for the collection of the 50% surcharge on fines for drug related offenses that is used to fund drug education programs. For FY 2010, this fund included the Sheriff’s Drug Awareness and Resistance Education (DARE) program, the Board of Education’s Safe and Drug Free School program, and the Griffin Judicial System Drug Court. For FY 2011, it was determined to decrease funding to programs that do not meet eligibility requirements for funding (per OCGA 15-21-101). Only two eligible programs are being funded in FY 2011. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 97,157 $ 87,183 $ 77,545 $ 80,475 II - 28

Fire Services Fund balance is projected to decrease by $360 thousand in FY 2011. Even though expenditures are lower than FY 2010 budget amounts, revenue will also decrease by approximately 7% from FY 2010 budget. This is due mainly to a lower net taxable digest that will generate lower Property Tax revenue. FY 2010 actual Property Tax revenue was lower than budgeted. FY 2011 Property Tax revenue has been projected 6% lower than FY 2010. Estimated fund balance at the end of FY 2010 should be sufficient to maintain a working capital or reserve equal to three months of budgeted expenditures for FY 2011. This required reserve is projected to be $1.85 million. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 2,397,805 $ 6,130,842 $ 3,108,424 $ 2,748,673 Street Lights Fayette County has a street light program whereby residents of subdivisions can voluntarily request to be part of a street light district. The Street Light Special Revenue Fund is purposed to be self-supporting. For several years, fund balance had been decreasing due to insufficient revenues to cover expenditures. In May 2009, the Board of Commissioners approved to increase the street light district rates. For the 2011 fiscal year, revenue is projected to be sufficient to cover all expenditures. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 7,733 $ 772 $ 26,257 $ 37,602 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fund created for the new EMS tax district approved by the Board of Commissioners in FY 2008. This fund accounts exclusively for activities related to emergency medical services. Before FY 2008, revenue and expenditures related to EMS activities were included in the General Fund. Fund balance has been increasing steadily since the fund was created. Even with lower projected Property Tax revenue for FY 2011 (7.7% decrease from FY 2010), revenues will be sufficient to cover expenditures. FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 ACTUAL ACTUAL ESTIMATED PROJECTED Fund Balance, June 30 $ 484,521 $ 855,308 $ 1,368,714 $ 1,509,274 II - 29

Download the 2011 Annual Report - Fayette County Government
Integrating Transportation Decisions - Fayette County Government
UPDATE Changes in Transparency - Fayette County Government
Review Budget Document - Allegany County Government - Allconet
2013-2014 Biennial Operating and Capital Budget - pdf - Arvada
FY2014 Recommended Budget - Wake County Government
Summary of Operating and Capital Improvement Budget Request
FY12 Adopted Operating Budget & Capital Improvement Budget
Operating Budget - Snohomish County Fire District 1
FY 2013 Operating and Capital Budget - Metro Transit
2013/2014 Budget Presentation - Hardin County Government
2013-2014 Recommended Budget - Volusia County Government
Town of Scarborough Operating and Capital Budget FY 2014
Annual Operating & Capital Budget 2013 - Heneghan Family of ...
Information regarding 2012-2013 Approved Operating Budget
Richland County Government Annual Budget Fiscal Year 2009 / 2010
School Funding - Fayette County Schools
2011-2012 Biennial Operating and Capital Budget - pdf - Arvada
2012/2013 Budget Year-End Summary - Hardin County Government
Operating Budget Index - MLive.com
2013-14 Operating & Capital Budget Plan - Cornell University ...
FY 2008-09 Adopted Operating and Capital Budget - Palmetto Bay
2008 – 2010 Adopted Operating Budget - City of Winnipeg
BUDGET DETAIL Section 3 - Forsyth County Government
2008 Budget Book - Kitsap County Government
2012 budget summary - St. Louis County