PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA REQUEST 

Department, Organization or                                                          Board of Supervisors
Person Making Request                                                                        Meeting Date:
Finance Committee                                                                                 November 8, 2007

Staff Lead:                                                                                                     Department:
Bryan Tippie, Director                                                                                   Budget Office

Topic: 

A Resolution to Amend the FY 2008 Adopted Budget in the Amount of $7,010,882

Topic Description:

The Code of Virginia requires a public hearing when amendments to the budget exceed the lesser of $500,000 or 1% of the total budget.  Various budget related issues in the amount of $5,914,412 in appropriations and $1,096,470 in transfers for FY 2008 have been identified for consideration.

The following budget related issues have been reviewed and recommended for approval by the Finance Committee during its October meeting. 

Amount

Source of Funds

Issue

 

FY 2008

 

 

$9,052

 

FY 2007 Carryover

 

Drug Forfeiture – Commonwealth’s Attorney

$211,974

 

FY 2007 Carryover

Water Resource Management Program

$5,177

FY 2007 Carryover

 

Tough Book/Car Decals – Sheriff’s Office (SO)

$78,577

FY 2007 Carryover

Comprehensive Maintenance – Parks & Recreation (P&R)

$31,500

FY 2007 Carryover

Lake Brittle Security – P&R

$15,287

FY 2007 Carryover

Rappahannock Landing Project – P&R

$4,040

FY 2007 Carryover

Larry Weeks Pool Contract Expense – P&R

$65,167

FY 2007 Carryover

Comprehensive Maintenance – General Services (GS)

$139,490

FY 2007 Carryover

Major System Replacement – GS

$75,230

FY 2007 Carryover

Courthouse Maintenance - GS

$28,579

FY 2007 Carryover

Data Center Renovation, Door Access System – Information Technology

$14,196

FY 2007 Carryover

Transportation Model 2  Study – Community Development/Planning Commission

 

$2,375

FY 2007 Carryover

American Disabilities Act Compliance – County Administration

 

$59,747

FY 2007 Carryover

Grants – Fire and Emergency Services (F&ES)

$540,000

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Various Issues – Fire and Rescue Association (F&RA)

$38,793

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

School’s Bus Garage Entrance – F&RA

$328,850

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Catlett Fire Station – F&RA

$180,351

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

New Baltimore Fire Station – F&RA

$75,090

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Remington Fire Station – F&RA

$2,228,651

FY 2007 Conservation Easement Service District (CESD)(PDR) Carryover

Purchase of Development Rights – CESD

$6,651

FY 2007 Carryover

Wireless Contract Expense – F&ES

$554,577

FY 2007 Environmental Services Carryover

Household Recycling Center Equipment – Environmental Services

$103,479

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Fire Training Trailer – F&RA

$415,000

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Warrenton Fire Department – F&RA

$500,000

FY 2007 F&RA Carryover

Remington Fire Department – F&RA

$10,121

Private Donation

Modular House – School Division

$15,869

Concession Revenue

Larry Weeks Community Pool – P&RA

$176,589

Construction Reserve

Warren Green Building Roof Replacement and Porch Repair – General Services

$19,411

(Transfer)

Contingency Reserve

Additional Funding - Community Services Board

$26,448

(Transfer)

Contingency Reserve

Reassessment Coordinator Position, FTP, (2 years) for four (4) months

$66,125

(Transfer)

Sheriff’s Office

Law Enforcement Officer’s Supplement (LEOS) Multiplier - SO

$1,565

(Transfer)

Contingency Reserve

Additional Funds – Fauquier County Fair

$982,921

(Transfer)

F&RA CIP

Remington Fire Department – F&RA

$7,010,882

 

TOTAL

 

Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors: 

Consider adoption of the attached resolution.

Financial Impacts Analysis: 

Financial impact as indicated.

Identify Any Other Departments, Organizations or Individuals That Would be Affected by This Request:

Commonwealth’s Attorney
Community Development
Community Services Board
Conservation Easement Service District
County Administration
Environmental Services
Fire and Emergency Services

Fire and Rescue Association
General Services
Information Technology
Parks and Recreation
Planning Commission
School Division
Sheriff’s Office

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