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2013 RECOMMENDED BUDGET PRESENTATION OCTOBER 23, 2012 MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS R. LaMar Frederick, Chairman William D. Sisk, Vice-Chairman.

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1 2013 RECOMMENDED BUDGET PRESENTATION OCTOBER 23, 2012 MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS R. LaMar Frederick, Chairman William D. Sisk, Vice-Chairman Michael Bosanac, Director of Administrative Services

2 OUTLINE OF RECOMMENDED BUDGET MAIN PRESENTATION TOPICS: 1.OPENING-COMPLIANCE WITH BUDGET ACT 2.GENERAL COMMENTS ABOUT BUDGET 3.BUDGET RESOLUTION-APPROPRIATIONS ACT SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGETING MEASURES 4.REVISION AFTER OCTOBER 9 PRESENTATION 5.WHERE ARE RESOURCES GOING IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 7.FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENT APPROXIMATELY MINUTES-12 Slides

3 1. COMPLIANCE: A.2013 BUDGET PROCESS & BUDGET DOCUMENTS COMPLY WITH PUBLIC ACT 2, SECTION 14, UNIFORM BUDGETING & ACCOUTING ACT B.BUDGET RESOLUTION IS THE APPROPRIATIONS ACT; BOARD IS REQUIRED TO APPROVE/PASS C. DOCUMENT MODIFIED TO INCORPORATE PUBLIC ACT 200 OF 2012 (EVIP) D. WITHIN BUDGET CALENDAR E. NOT THE END OF BUDGETING-NEW OFFICIALS

4 2. BUDGET COMMENTS A.APPROPRIATES LIMITED RESOURCES B.LESS STRESS THAN 2010 & 2011 BUDGETS C.SEE THE VALUE OF CHANGES MADE IN: HEALTH CARE PLANS RETIREE HEALTH CARE PROGRAM EMPLOYEE COST SHARING- CONTRIBUTIONS D.$1.15 MILLION DIVIDE-REQUEST VS. FINANCE E.CAUTION ABOUT RELYING ON ONE TIME SOURCES OF FUNDING--UNSUSTAINABLE

5 BUDGET RESOLUTION 1.$41,429,080 GENERAL FUND BUDGET ($1.12 million less than 2012) 2.CONTINGENCY ACCOUNT IS ($48,646)—HAVE TO HIT TARGETS 3.FOUR (4) SEPARATE MILLAGES INCORPORATED INTO BUDGET IN ADDITION TO OPERATING MILLAGE 4. NO WAGE INCREASES FOR ANY EMPLOYEE GROUP FULL TIME EMPLOYEES 6. HIRING FREEZE REAFFIRMED IN RESOLUTION 7. HEALTH CARE: EXISTING CBA’S: 15% EMPLOYEE85% EMPLOYER

6 BUDGET RESOLUTION CONTINUED ELECTED, NON-UNION & ASSIST PROSECUTORS SB7 PROVISIONS WITH HARD CAP LIMITS: $5,500 EMPLOYEE ONLY $11,385 EMPLOYEE & SPOUSE $15,525 EMPLOYEE & FAMILY GROUPS WITH EXPIRED CBA’S: BUDGETED BASED ON SB7 PROVISIONS UNDER EXISTING HEALTH PLANS 8.RETIREE HEALTH CARE: PROJECTED BENEFIT/CLAIMS $5.92 MILLION CONTRIBUTIONS: $6.25 MILLION

7 BUDGET RESOLUTION CONTINUED 4 th Quarter 2011 = $2.0 Million Cash to trust 3 rd & 4 th Quarter 2012 = $2.0 Million Cash to trust 9/30/2012 Value of Trust $28.8 Million 9.PENSION CONTRIBUTION AT ACTUARY RATES 10.CAPITAL FUNDING:  $150,000 VEHICLES  $340,000 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 11.MAJOR TRANSFERS: $6.3 MILLION TO OTHER FUNDS $168,886 LESS THAN 2012 $1.3 MILLION TO OTHER AGENCIES $17,242 INCREASE—DRAINS AT LARGE

8 BUDGET RESOLUTION CONTINUED REVENUE SHARING: $668,148 Reserve Fund $645,703 Revenue Sharing $161,426 EVIP $1,475,277 TOTAL ($1,568,437 Less than 2012) 12.USE OF RESERVES: BUDGET STABILIZATION FUND $813,580 + $59,763 = $873,343

9 4. REVISION FROM 10/9/2012 REASON FOR ADDITIONAL AMOUNT FROM 10/9/2012 PRESENTATION: Revised Workbooks Outstanding until 10/12/12 Inmate Dormitory Fund Challenges: Loss of Food Sales $140,000 Loss of Funding for C.O.$95,000 TOTAL$235,000 Even after additional cuts in cost centers, the Dormitory Fund was out of balance by $59,763 Recommend additional use of BSF amount for 2013

10 5. WHERE ARE RESOURCES IN 2013 SELECTIVE SUMMARY OF WHAT RESOURCES THE COUNTY IS DEPLOYING IN 2013: FROM ALL FUNDS EMPLOYER PENSION$5.17 Million EMPLOYER RETIREE CARE$5.75 Million FULL TIME WAGES$21.87 Million FULL TIME FRINGE EXP.$17.2 Million

11 RESOURCES IN 2013 CONTINUED FROM ALL FUNDS Courts, Probation $10.04 Million Staff Agencies$8.02 Million Public Health $5.15 Million Corrections/Jails$8.93 Million Sheriff $10.43 Million Senior Citizens$2.83 Million Emergency/911Dispatch$2.15 Million Juvenile Detention$3.9 Million Veteran’s Services$301,919

12 6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A.ELECTED OFFICIALS, DEPARTMENT LEADERS B.FINANCE OFFICE C.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

13 7. FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENT TALK ABOUT THE CHALLENGES AHEAD 1.Established budget goals to achieve in Cost increases will continue to impact us. Need to avoid complacency 3.Limited resources 2013 & Where benefit changes lag in employee groups, they need to be made----helps County 5.Economic development focus

14 CALENDAR OF UPCOMING DATES OCTOBER 23PRESENT REVISED BUDGET TO FINANCE COMMITTEE AS RECOMMENDED BUDGET NOVEMBER 1TRANSMIT NOTICE OF AD FOR BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING NOVEMBER 13PUBLIC HEARING/ADOPTION OF BUDGET


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