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January 20 th, 2011. BudgetActual% YTDChange from prior year Ad Valorem Taxes $ 36,469,256$ 27,782,810 76.2%$ 1,020,143 Sales Taxes 10,781,313 2,638,615.

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Presentation on theme: "January 20 th, 2011. BudgetActual% YTDChange from prior year Ad Valorem Taxes $ 36,469,256$ 27,782,810 76.2%$ 1,020,143 Sales Taxes 10,781,313 2,638,615."— Presentation transcript:

1 January 20 th, 2011

2 BudgetActual% YTDChange from prior year Ad Valorem Taxes $ 36,469,256$ 27,782, %$ 1,020,143 Sales Taxes 10,781,313 2,638, % (315,219) Other Revenues 22,326,650 7,615, % (173,569) Total Revenues $ 69,577,219$ 38,037, % 531,355

3 BudgetActual *% YTD General Fund$69,577,219$30,955, % Does not include encumbrances of $1 million

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6  Assistant County Manager1  Project Specialist1  IT Technician1  Human Resource Specialist1  Total 4 Amount reduced for FY ~ $250,000

7 Revenue with FTE comparison FY 2005 thru Current FY

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12  Environmental Health 3  Erosion Control 1  Inspections1  Total 5 Amount reduced for FY ~ $200,000

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16  Current Positions Frozen4  Additional Recommendation5  Total Reductions9

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20  County revenues:$ 5,433,947*  Includes an appropriation of fund balance  County expenditures:  Operating 5,433,947  Capital Outlay/Loan** 600,000  Total County exp. $ 6,033,947 * Equivalent to $18 increase in availability fee or approximately 1 cent on the tax rate to balance budget ** Annual debt payment for Two $1 million projects

21  Republic Services of North Carolina, LLC  Option 1  Option 2  Option 3  Hydro Pro Services, LLC  One Option  Santek Environmental, Inc  Option 1  Option 2

22  Request permit modifications to allow for out of County tonnage  Transfer station would be closed  $4.3 million for infrastructure improvements at landfill  Municipalities and haulers would have to haul tonnage to landfill  Perform all activities for daily operation, design, development, compliance, financing and site modifications

23  Revenue  County loses tipping fee  County keeps recycling revenue  Expense  County loses transfer station cost  Keeps MRF cost  County loses landfill cost  Annual Net County Loss of $472,985  Cost is $50 per ton to haulers, towns and county

24  Mothball landfill, County responsible for closure & post closure  All county waste goes through transfer station and hauled to Upstate Regional Landfill  Municipalities and haulers would continue to bring waste to transfer station  Hauling is subcontracted to KRD Trucking  Assume complete operations of the transfer station

25  Revenue  County loses tipping fee  County loses recycling revenue  County loses scrap metal and white goods revenue  Expense  County reduces operating costs to mothball /maintain landfill  County incurs new hauling costs  Annual Net County Loss of $402,000  Cost is $46 per ton to haulers, towns and county

26  Mothball landfill, County responsible for closure & post closure  All county waste goes through transfer station and hauled to Upstate Regional Landfill  Municipalities and haulers would continue to bring waste to transfer station  County would maintain operation of transfer station and MRF  Republic will advise the County on retrofitting transfer station to improve efficiency

27  Revenue  County loses tipping fee  Expense  County maintains operating costs of transfer station and MRF  County incurs new hauling costs  Annual Net County Loss of $1,212,000  Cost is $41 per ton to haulers, towns and county

28  Provide the personnel, equipment and materials to conduct day-to-day operations of the White Oak Landfill  Transfer station to be maintained by County  County hauls waste to the landfill  County responsible for environmental monitoring  County responsible for site engineering and future cell development

29  Revenue  County keeps tipping fee  County keeps recycling revenue  Expense  County costs to contract for management of landfill increases  County incurs cost for engineering  Annual Net County Loss of $400,000

30  Daily management of White Oak Landfill  Leachate Transport/Disposal  Environmental Monitoring  Construction of new Scale House and Scales  Construction of Public Convenience Center at Landfill  Option of a Ten Year or Twenty Year Contract  Future cell development with 325 tons per day  Closure and Post-Closure Fund

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32  Revenue  County keeps all fees  Option to renegotiate at 325 tons per day  Guarantee of 30 years of disposal capacity  Expense  County’s cost to operate landfill is reduced  No additional cost to County for capital site modifications: scale house, scales and convenience center  Annual Net County Gain of $462,000 for 10-year agreement  Annual Net County Gain of $480,000 for 20-year agreement  No change to fees

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34  $225,000 per acre for 60.6 acres totals $13,635,000  Current unfunded liability of $5,596,211  Equates to $454,500 per year over 30 years  $14 per household annually

35  Projected Costs for Future Cell Development and Construction Future Cell Costs$15,500,000  Equates to $484,375 per year over 30 years  $16 per household annually  Cost Avoidance of $29.1 Million for future cells and closure/post-closure at 325 tons  Equates to $30 household availability fee avoidance

36  Eliminates majority of fixed costs and recurring capital expenditures  Projected Savings of $940,000  Equates to $29 on household availability fee

37 Annual operating cost $6,033,427 $110 Annual contribution for closure and post closure liability 454, Decrease fund balance appropriation 465,00015 Total Solid Waste Management annual County cost 6,952, Annual budget under Santek 6,029, Cost of doing nothing $ 923,000 * 24 * This equates to $27,690,000 over 30 years

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40  4,440 sf  Roof replacement with standard.060” EPDM roof membrane  Full tear off and replacement $25,000  Interior repairs: ceiling and painting $5,000

41  14,400 sf  Renovations ($30 PSF) $330,000  Estimate is not based on complete remodel  Estimate will vary depending on which departments are relocated to Annex II

42  14,995 sf  Renovations ($41 PSF) $475,000  Project will be more per square foot due to the interior wall structure and the cost for additional electrical work  Estimated cost reflects partial renovations

43  11,320 sf  Renovations (pending type of occupancy) $600,000 - $750,000.  Building needs a new roof soon if there is any sign this building will be renovated  Estimated cost to replace the roof with a “rolled roofing” material would be $55,000.  Includes some minor replacement of the roof sheathing  Even if there never was anything in this building other than storage it would be a good idea to replace the roof

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