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Finance Committee

Agenda

10/06/2005

4:00 P.M.
10 Hotel Street
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 2006
1. Airport
a. Virginia Department of Aviation - $908
(from State Funds to Airport)
b. Maintenance Program Grant (Airfield Lighting) - $2,050
(from State Funds to Airport)

2. Finance
Virginia Public School Authority (VPSA) Return of Savings - $627,839
(from State Bonds to Capital Fund for County Match for New High School)

3. Fire & Emergency Services (F&ES)
Rural Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) Grant - $33,670
(from State Grant Funds to F&ES)

4. School Division
a. Technology Grant - $19,717
(from State Funds to School Division)
b. Title III, Part A Grant - $9,362
(from Federal Funds to School Division)
c. Title VI, Part B Grant - $92,125
(from Federal Funds to School Division)
d. Sliver Grant - $245
(from Federal Funds to School Division)

B. Transfers
None


III. Regular Agenda
A. Supplemental Appropriations - Requires Board of Supervisors’ Approval
FY 2006 Carryovers/Fund Balance

1. Reassessment
a. Reassessment Carryover - $76,970
(from FY 2005 Carryover to Reassessment)

b. Reassessment - $296,452
(from Fund Balance to Reassessment)

2. Budget Office
a. Contingency Reserve - $1,000,000
(from Fund Balance to the General Fund Contingency Reserve)
b. Jail and Courthouse Projects Additional Costs - $333,500
(from Real Estate Reassessment Growth to Capital Fund)

3. General Services
a. Courthouse Maintenance – County - $32,397
(from FY 2005 Carryover to Courthouse Maintenance)
b. Comprehensive Maintenance – County - $94,140
(from FY 2005 Carryover to Comprehensive Maintenance)
c. Major System Replacement – County - $92,635
(from FY 2005 Carryover to Major System Replacement)

4. Social Services
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Grant - $32,480
(from FY 2005 Federal Funds Carryover to Social Services)

5. Emergency Services
a. Homeland Security Grant Funds - $13,116
(from State Funds Carryover to Fire & Emergency)
b. Local Emergency Management Program Grant - $6,500
(from State Funds to Fire & Emergency)
c. Local Capability Assessment for Readiness (LCAR) Grant - $2,000
(from State Funds Fire & Emergency Fund Balance to General Fund Fire & Emergency)

6. Fire and Rescue Association (F&RA)
a. Emergency Medical Dispatchers Program - $12,735
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA
b. 10 Automatic External Defibrillators - $17,500
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA
c. Warning Equipment for Fire & Rescue new vehicle - $4,000
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA
d. 300 Scott Air Mask Fit Testing and Air Pack Face Masks - $55,500
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA
e. Mobile Radio Equipment, Spare Batteries and Battery Conditioners - $58,870
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA
f. Fire & Rescue Association Projects - $112,141
(from F&RA Fund Balance to F&RA

7. School Division
Algebra Readiness Funds - $15,763
(from State Funds Carryover to School Division)

B. Transfers
1. Social Services
Automation - $87,732
(from Contingency Reserve to Social Services)

2. Fire & Emergency Services (F&ES)
Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) - $6,000
(from Contingency Reserve to F&ES)

3. Parks & Recreation (P&R)
Various P&R Projects - $72,000
(from Contingency Reserve to P&R Projects)

IV. De-appropriation
Warrenton/Taylor Middle Schools - $300,000
(from Warrenton and Taylor Capital Fund)

V. Comments
1. Finance – Vivian McGettigan
Health Insurance Report
2. Budget Office – Bryan Tippie
Revenue Report
3. Parks & Recreation – Larry Miller
Rappahannock Station Future Park




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