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Finance Committee

Agenda

11/20/2003

4:00 P.M.
320 Hospital Hill
2nd Floor Conference Room


I. Report on Delinquent Tax Collections: Treasurer and County Attorney’s Office

II. Consent Agenda

A. Supplemental Appropriations - Requires Board of Supervisors’ Approval
FY 2004
1. Library
a. E-Rate Refund - $2,395
(from Federal Funds to New Baltimore Branch Library)
b. Luckstone Corporation Donation - $4,000
(from Donation to Bealeton Branch Library for Station Depot)

2. Adult Court Services
Edward Byrne Memorial Grant – $4,725
(from Federal Funds to Adult Court Services)

3. Airport
Airport Additional Revenue - $28,692
(from Personal Property Revenue to Airport)

4. School Division
a. Summer Enrichment - $3,295
(from Summer School Revenue to School Division)
b. Teaching American History Grant - $316,681
(from Federal Funds to School Division)
c. Regional Community Alternative Education Continuum Technology
- $52,000
(from State Funds to School Division Alternative Education)
d. SOL Remediation - $5,698
(from State Funding to School Division)
e. Algebra Readiness Initiative - $41,082
(from State Funding to School Division)

5. Sheriff’s Office
Share of Forfeiture Proceeds – DEA Group 33 - $1,120
(from Federal Funds to Sheriff’s Office)

6. Fire and Emergency Services
a. Homeland Security - $840
(from Emergency Services Operations to Emergency Services Capital Fund)
b. Disaster Preparedness - $15,000
(from Fund Balance to Fire & Emergency Services computers)

7. Agriculture Development Office
Special Events Revenue - $3,060
(from Carryover – Fund Balance to Agriculture)

8. Social Services
Services to Abused Families (SAFE) - $3,600
(from Federal Funds to Social Services)

9. Information Technology (IT)
Technology Hardware/Software - $541,160.38
(from Capital Improvements (CIP) to IT Operating Budget)

B. Transfers

1. County Attorney
Career Ladder – $2,079
(from County Attorney Budget Inter Departmental Transfer)

2. Rappahannock Legal Services
Emergency Contribution - $2,500
(from Contingency Reserve to Contributions)

III. Regular Agenda
A. Supplemental Appropriations - Requires Board of Supervisors’ Approval
FY 2004
1. School Division
a. Year End Funds - $1,486,865
(from Carryover – Fund Balance to School Division
b. Lottery Funding - $96,636
(from State Funding to School Division)

2. Budget Office
School Division’s Half of FY 2003 Carryover - $1,486,865
(from Carryover – Fund Balance to School Division’s Construction Reserve)

3. Fire and Emergency Services
a. Training Captain Salary - $27,000
(from Fund Balance to Fire and Emergency Salaries)
b. Training Captain Equipment - $34,800
(from Fund Balance to Fire and Emergency Services)

4. Parks and Recreation
Additional Staffing - $18,533
(from Parks & Recreation Intra Departmental Transfer)

5. Board of Supervisors
Monroe Park - $1,900,000
(from Carryover – Fund Balance to CIP Monroe Park)

B. Transfers
FY 2004
1. Social Services
Full Time Permanent Sr. Eligibility Worker to Part Time Permanent (PTP) and PTP Aide - $22,000
(from Social Services Budget Intra Departmental Transfer)

2. John Marshall Soil & Water Conservation District (JMSWCD)
Erosion & Sediment Specialist (FTP) Position - $37,912
(from Contingency Reserve to JMSWCD)

IV. Comments
1. Finance - Janice Bourne
a. Health Insurance Report
b. Fund Balance

2. Budget Office – Bryan Tippie
CIP Update





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