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Finance Committee

Agenda

06/17/2004

2:00 P.M.
40 Culpeper Street
4th 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. School Division
a. Repair and Replacement Funding - $167,437
(from Capital Fund to School Operating)
b. Modular House Proceeds - $35,000
(from Sale of Modular House to Capital Fund for Modular House)
c. FHS Athletic Track Repair - $42,901
(from Capital to School’s Comprehensive Maintenance Plan)
d. Anticipated Revenue for Food Nutrition Fund - $47,680
(from Cafeteria Sales Revenue to Food Nutrition)

2. Sheriff’s Office (S.O.)
Share of Forfeiture Proceeds – DEA Group 33 - $24,221
(from Federal Funds to S.O. DEA Budget)

3. Fire and Emergency Services (F&ES)
a. Access to Emergency Devices (AED) Grant - $6,475
(from State Funds to F&ES)
b. Homeland Security Pager Grants - $100,000
(from Federal Funds to Capital Fund)
c. Fire and Rescue Training - $215,620
(from F&R to Capital Fund)
d. Fire and Rescue Training - $1,253
(from F&ES to F&R Association)

4. Budget Office
a. Financial Impact Model - $35,000
(from Capital Fund to Budget Operating)
b. Purchase Development Rights - $508,469
(from Capital Fund to Conservation Easement Service District Fund)
c. Water Testing - $60,000
(from Capital Fund to Water Quality Management Budget)



B. Transfers
FY 2004
J&D Court
Expenditures - $5,618
(from Contingency Reserve to J&D Court)

III. Regular Agenda

A. Supplemental Appropriations - Requires Board of Supervisors’ Approval
FY 2004
1. School Division
Anticipated 60% County Revenue for School Division - $1,800,000
(from Local County Revenue to School Division’s New High School)

2. Parks & Recreation
Marshall Community Center - $70,600
(from Fund Balance & Donation)

3. Fire and Emergency Services
Homeland Security Radio - $25,301
(from Fund Balance to Capital Fund)

B. Transfers
FY 2004
1. Parks and Recreation
Marshall Community Center - $45,000
(Internal Capital Fund)

FY 2005
2. General Services
Custodial Services to In-House Staff (3) - $75,816
(from Non-Departmental and Contingency Reserve to General Services)


IV. Comments
1. Finance - Janice Bourne
Health Insurance Report
2. Budget Office – Bryan Tippie
Revenue Report




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