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Finance Committee

Agenda

02/19/2004

4:00 P.M.
320 Hospital Hill Drive
Social Services - 1st 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

1. Library
Bealeton Depot Funds - $33,852
(from Donation to CIP Library Depot)

2. School Division
a. Title III, Part A (Language Instruction) - $16,043
(from Federal Funds)
b. Writing Contest Donations - $500
(from Local Donor)

3. Social Services
Hurricane Isabel Temporary Shelter - $708
(from Federal, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, Funds to Social Services)

4. Fire and Emergency Services
a. Hurricane Isabel Expenses - $8,959
(from Federal FEMA Funds to Emergency Services)
b. Hurricane Isabel Expenses - $645
(from Federal FEMA Funds to Emergency Services)
c. Hurricane Isabel Expenses - $4,066
(from Federal FEMA Funds to Emergency Services)
d. Hurricane Isabel Expenses - $900
(from Federal FEMA Funds to Joint Communications)

5. Sheriff’s Office
a. Hurricane Isabel Expenses - $14,450
(from Federal FEMA Funds to Sheriff’s Office)
b. Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEGB) - $12,353
(from Federal Funds to Sheriff’s Office)
c. Insurance Recovery (totaled vehicle) - $9,075
(from Insurance Recovery to Capital Fund S.O. Vehicles)
d. Insurance Recovery (totaled vehicle) - $7,725
(from Insurance Recovery to Capital Fund S.O. Vehicles)
e. Insurance Recovery (wrecked vehicle) - $12,641
(from Insurance Recovery to Capital Fund S.O. Vehicles)
f. Insurance Recovery (wrecked vehicle) - $10,335
(from Insurance Recovery to Capital Fund S.O. Vehicles

6. Budget Office
Animal Friendly License Plates - $2,489
(from State Funds to SPCA)

7. General Services
Insurance Recovery (damaged vehicle) - $2,838
(from Other Vehicle’s Insurance to General Services)


B. Transfers
School Division
a. Food Nutrition Equipment - $52,839
(from CIP to Food Nutrition Fund)
b. Minor Systems - $85,978
(from CIP to School Operating Fund)
c. Comprehensive Maintenance - $687,079
(from CIP to School Operating Fund)

III. Regular Agenda

A. Supplemental Appropriations - Requires Board of Supervisors’ Approval
1. Budget Office
Economic Opportunity – Flying Circus - $5,000
(from CIP Economic Opportunity to Contributions)

2. GIS
Large Format Scanner - $16,500
(from GIS, $2,000; Community Development Revenues, $10,000 and Contingency Reserve, $4,500)

3. County Administration – Airport
Phase II for the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport Runway Improvement - $4,899,153
(from Federal, State and Local Funds)

4. County Administration – Public Safety Radio System
Radio System - $480,920
(from Contingency Reserve - $165,300, approximately equal to interest from Bond Proceeds; Federal Grants and Bonds - $315,620)

B. Transfers

GIS
GIS Technician Position for E-911 - $13,647
(from Contingency Reserve)


IV. Comments
1. Information Only: Community Development – Rick Carr
Wade Court Street Improvements - $150,000
(from Contingency Reserve)

2. Finance - Janice Bourne
a. Health Insurance Report
b. Procurement Qualification Process
c. Fire and Rescue Bond Sponsorships

3. Budget Office – Bryan Tippie
a. Revenue Report
b. FY 2005 Budget Status





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