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Budget Presentation Boone County Fiscal Court Fiscal Year 2001-2002.

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1 Budget Presentation Boone County Fiscal Court Fiscal Year

2 General Fund Total General Fund Budget –FY02 - $68,269,564 –FY01 - $43,470,464 –FY00 - $42,057,870 –FY99 - $28,593,702

3 General Fund Balance

4 General Fund Operating Revenue Breakdown

5 Tax Revenue Breakdown

6 Tax Revenue Breakdown, cont’d. 67% of Total Operating Revenues Total tax revenue - $31,900,507 –60% derived from payroll taxes –29% passed through to other entities –11% exclusively business tax –24% residents only

7 General Expense Breakdown General Government Protection to Persons and Property General Health and Sanitation Social Services Recreation and Culture Capital Projects Administration and Reserves

8 Expense Breakdown Percentages

9 General Government - 5% Consists of twelve departments Total General Government - $3,605,089

10 General Government Comparison

11 General Government, cont’d

12 Protection to Persons and Property - 10% Consists of six departments Total Protection to Person and Property - $6,833,552

13 Protection Budget Comparison

14 General Health and Sanitation - 1% Consists of only one department - –Animal Control Total General Health and Sanitation - $421,584

15 General Health Budget Comparison

16 Social Services - 2% Consists of three departments Total Social Services - $1,185,111

17 Social Services Budget Comparison

18 Recreation and Culture 2% Consists of only one department - – Parks and Recreation Total Parks and Recreation - $1,148,171

19 Recreation and Culture Budget Comparison

20 Debt Service - 2% Total General Fund Debt Service - $1,865,565 Decreased by 31%

21 Debt Service - cont’d. Two bonds are paid from the General Fund –$6.025 million Multiple projects Camp Ernst Park, Maplewood gym, GIS Equipment, Waterline Construction, Storm Water, etc. Refinancing in June 2001 Maturity Date - December 15, 2012 –$6.0 million Multiple Projects Roads, Storm Sewer, Sanitary Sewer, Parks, Restricted Custody Center Maturity Date - November 1, 2008

22 Debt Service, cont’d. One lease/purchase agreement paid from the General Fund –Pass through money: Point Pleasant Fire - $850,000 –Maturity Date - January 20, 2011

23 Capital Projects - 57% Buildings - $15,060,900 Streets and Highways - $1,750,000 Water Projects - $11,000,000 Sewer Projects - $315,000 Parks Projects - $2,980,000 Other Capital Outlay - $8,532,587

24 Buildings - 38% New Public Safety Center –General Obligation Bond Issue –$15,000,000 Animal Control Building Improvements –Closed the Building Improvement Account –Funded by Donations and Interest Swimming Pool Project –Closed the Swimming Pool Account –Funded by Donations and Interest

25 Streets & Highways - 4% Florence - Hopeful Road Connector - $550,000 Mall Road Master Plan- $50,000 Conrad Lane Expansion - $300,000 Industrial Road Area Improvements - $150,000 Dream Street Improvements - $700,000

26 Water Project - 28% Rural Water System Expansion Project –Phase I –$8,000,000 to be financed with a General Obligation Bond –$3,000,000 to be paid from the General Fund

27 Sewer Projects - 1% Donaldson Road - $40,000 Boone Aire Road - $150,000 Scattered Sewer Assessments - $75,000 Other Various Projects - $50,000

28 Parks Projects - 8% Purchase of Land for Park Development –$2,500,000 South Fork Park - Florence –$100,000 Gun Powder Creek Park –$380,000

29 Other Capital Outlay - 22% Total Other Capital Projects - $8,532,587

30 Administration and Reserves Contracted Services Contributions Utilities/Insurance Fringe Benefits Reserves Total Administration $14,149,367

31 Contracted Services - 37% Total of twelve contracted agencies Five largest: –TANK - $2,001,517 –PSCC - $1,525,310 –Dept for Juvenile Justice - $600,000 –Boone Co Board of Education - $500,000 –Planning Commission - $445,000

32 Contributions - 2% Total of eleven organizations Five largest: –Saint Luke Hospital –Fire Chief’s Association –Florence Disability Committee –Boone County Urban Forestry Comm. –Dinsmore Foundation

33 Fringe Benefits - 24% Employer Share of Social Security Employer Share of Retirement Health/Dental/Life Insurance Unemployment Insurance Worker’s Compensation

34 Administration Budget Comparison

35 Public Works Fund Total Public Works - $7,675,470 –Contracted Services - Highway –Contracted Services - Sewers/Bridges –Building and Construction –Equipment –Debt Services-TAN –Salaries –Other Expenses

36 Contracted Services - Highways - 27% Asphalt Paving/Milling - $770,000 Concrete Repairs - $350,000 Crack/Joint Sealing - $225,000 Emergency Repairs - $100,000 Roadway Striping - $40,000 Right-of-Way Mowing - $35,000 Sign Inventory Analysis - $35,000

37 Buildings and Construction - 18% Construction of Truck Garage - $300,000 –carried over from FY01 Replacement of Vehicle Maintenance Garage Floor and Lifts - $100,000

38 Public Works Equipment - 3% Bucket Truck - $100,000 Single-axle dump truck - $77,000 Equipment Van - $35,000 Air Compressor - $25,000 Installation of new radios, Sheriff vehicles - $20,000 Miscellaneous office furniture - $5,000

39 Overall County Budget Contains fifteen funds (bank accounts) General Fund Local Law Enforcement Grant Fund Road Fund MH/MR/Aging Tax Fund Jail Fund Boone County Revolving Loan Fund LGEA Fund Boone County School Tax Fund Federal Grants Fund Public Safety Fund Parks & Rec. Escrow Fund Motor Vehicle Rental Tax Fund Assisted Housing & Reserve Fund Scattered Sewer Assessment Program Fund Economic Development Fund Earl Parker Robinson Fund

40 Overall County Budget, cont’d. Total Overall Budget $99,050,122

41 Operating Budget vs. Capital Budget Total FY02 Capital Budget –$48,063,741 Total FY02 Operating Budget –$50,986,381


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