STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA                   )                    OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS

                                                                        )                    STOKES COUNTY GOVERNMENT

COUNTY OF STOKES                                  )                    DANBURY, NORTH CAROLINA

                                                                        )                    JUNE 13, 2005

 

 

The Board of Commissioners of the County of Stokes, State of North Carolina, met in regular session in the Council Chambers of the Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Building (Administrative Building), located in Danbury, North Carolina, on Monday, June 13, 2005 at 7:00 pm with the following members present:

 

                                                Chairman John Turpin

                                                                Vice-Chairman Leon Inman

Commissioner Sandy McHugh

Commissioner Joe Turpin

                                                                Commissioner Jimmy Walker

 

                                                                County Personnel in Attendance:                                               

                                                                County Manager Richard Morris

                                                                County Attorney Jonathan Jordan

                                                                Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins

                                                                Finance Director Julia Edwards

                                                                Emergency Services Director Monty Stevens

                                                                District Soil/Watershed Conservationist Tom Smith

                                                                Program Director Lynn Martens-Senior Services

                                                               

Chairman John Turpin called the meeting to order.

               

County Attorney Jonathan Jordan delivered the invocation.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT-GOVERNING BODY-PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

Chairman John Turpin opened the meeting by inviting the citizens in attendance to join the Board with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT –GOVERNING BODY-APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve or amend the minutes of the May 23, 2005 meeting.

 

Commissioner McHugh moved to approve the minutes of the May 23, 2005 meeting. 

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – PRESENTATION OF SHERIFF’S VEHICLES

 

Chairman John Turpin invited those in attendance to join the Commissioners for the presentation of new county vehicles.

 

County Manager Rick Morris and Chairman John Turpin presented a short presentation to those in attendance informing the public how their tax dollars are spent.

 

Chairman John Turpin presented the keys to the following department:

               

·         Sheriff Mike Joyce – (9) Sheriff’s vehicles

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT –GOVERNING BODY-DEDICATION OF STATE EMPLOYEES’ CREDIT UNION – ATM MACHINE

 

Chairman John Turpin joined State Employees Credit Union Manager Pam Borema in a dedication ceremony for the new CashPoints ATM.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

The following citizen spoke to the Board during public comments.

 

Christine Hopkins

1283 Young Road  

Walnut Cove, NC  27052 

Re: Taxes

 

Ms. Hopkins spoke to the Board on behalf of the elderly taxpayers in Stokes County. 

Ms. Hopkins expressed concerns for those elderly citizens in Stokes County who lived on fixed income and are unable to pay taxes.  Ms. Hopkins supports Revenue Neutral Taxes.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES- PRESENTATION OF EMS AMBULANCE PLACEMENT STUDY

 

 Emergency Services Director Monty Stevens introduced Central Regional Manager  Todd Baker and Regional Specialist Eddie Jordan (Office of EMS) who presented an overview of the EMS Ambulance Placement Study.  The Emergency Medical Services Resource Place Analysis for Stokes County, which was prepared by the Central Regional EMS Office. 

 

Mr. Baker noted the following areas of the report:

 

§         Background information

§         Total Response Time

§         Data Analysis

§         Chart – Total Calls by Unit (emergent and non-emergent)

§         Chart – Total Calls by Time of Day (per unit)

§         Percent of Call That were Standby (moving to cover another area)

§         Number of Calls by Zip Code

 

Mr. Baker also noted the advantages and disadvantages of the following recommendations: (Mr. Baker reiterated these are only recommendations of the Office of EMS)

 

§         Response Zones – Current Deployment Map

§         Deployment Map – Option 1

§         Deployment Map – Option 2

§         Deployment Map – Option 3

§         Deployment Map – Option 4

 

Mr. Baker’s recommendation of Option # 3 reflects the relocation of Units 3, 4, and 5 and the addition of two quick response vehicles (QRV) and with Unit 2 remaining at the current location.

 

Mr. Baker also recommended (not included in the report) that the County adopt an Emergency Medical Dispatch Program that will reduce Response Time.

 

Mr. Baker concluded with comments concerning the Summary of Recommendations.

               

The Board discussed the following areas of the report with Mr. Baker:

 

§         Overlap of EMS Coverage in adjoining counties

§         Level of care

§         Location of units within the County

§         Best utilization of Stokes units

§         Response time

§         Air Care

§         Use of school facilities for EMS locations

§         Use of data for study

 

The Board commended the Office of EMS for an exceptional report.

 

(A copy of the complete report will be retained by the Clerk to the Board and Emergency Services Director)

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – PRESENTATION – PROPOSAL – FORSYTH TECH/STOKES COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCES CENTER FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

 

Interim Director Deana Ray –ForsythTech and Coordinator/Instructor Bill Cobb- ForsythTech presented the following proposal:

 

o        Create a Stokes County Small Business/Community Resource Center

to be located in Walnut Cove.  The express purpose of the facility

would be to provide a business incubator, where entrepreneurs could

receive training and advice, serve as a classroom for other non-credit

business classes taught by Forsyth Tech faculty, and provide a much-

needed community meeting space for local civic and community

organizations.  The Stokes County Commissioners have reserved use

of the building located at 904 N Main Street, Walnut Cove, for Forsyth

Technical Community College. 

 

Ms. Ray discussed benefits of the proposed project.        

 

Ms. Ray also noted that the 13 computers would be supplied by Forsyth Tech with the County responsible for utilities and the purchase of a wireless computer router.

 

The Board discussed the need of the project and the promotion of the project to insure Stokes County citizens are informed of the project.

               

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion approve the Forsyth Tech/Stokes County Community Resource Center for Small Businesses to be located in Walnut Cove.

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin moved to approve the Development of Forsyth Tech/Stokes County Community Resource Center for Small Businesses to be located in Walnut Cove. 

 

Commissioner McHugh seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – ESTABLISHMENT OF FORSYTH TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE ADVISORY BOARD

 

County Manager Rick Morris presented the following information concerning the formulation of Stokes County Forsyth Tech Advisory Council:

Background: Several weeks ago I met with Dr. Arnold Hence, Executive Vice President of Forsyth-Tech and Deana Ray, Forsyth-Tech Interim Director for Stokes County, to discuss the establishment of a Forsyth-Tech Advisory Council. The purpose of the Council would be to advise Dr. Gary Green, President-Forsyth-Tech on community college/educational matters related to Stokes County. Since that time, I have received only positive feedback from the community on the establishment of this council.

Draft Proposal: Based on the positive response, I would propose that the Stokes County Board of Commissioners approve the establishment of the Stokes County Forsyth-Tech Advisory Council and designate members of the council through the regular board member appointment process currently in use by the County. Under this process, nominations would be received by the Board of Commissioners and approved at the next regular meeting. The proposed make up of the council would be the following:

    One member from each municipality in the county

    Four at-large members

    Two Stokes County Commissioners

    Two Trustees or their designees - Forsyth-Tech

    Forsyth-Tech' s Stokes County Director

      o    (current Interim Director is Deana Ray)

    Stokes County Economic Development Director

    One Representative from Stokes County Schools

With Commissioner approval, I will proceed forward with Dr. Hence and Deana Ray to establish the council and initiate the board member appointment process. Several names have already been suggested as potential members.

 

Manager Morris noted that the following individuals had already expressed interest in serving on the Council:

 

§         Mr. Sam Hill

§         Mr. & Mrs. Hartley

§         Ms. Rebecca Chalfa

               

 

Interim Director Deana Ray –Forsyth Tech agreed with the County Manager’s recommendation for the make up of the Council.

 

The Board discussed making sure that all quadrants of the County would have representation on the Council along with representation from businesses and the elderly.

 

Commissioner McHugh moved to approve the following make up of the Stokes County Forsyth Tech Advisory Council:

o        One member from each municipality in the county

o        Four at-large members

o        Two Stokes County Commissioners

o        Two Trustees or their designees - Forsyth-Tech

o        Forsyth-Tech' s Stokes County Director

        (current Interim Director is Deana Ray)

o        Stokes County Economic Development Director

o        One Representative from Stokes County Schools

                *Representation must be from the Northeast

                                *Representation must be from the Northwest

                                *Must have small business representation

                                *Must have elderly representation

 

and with the County Manager submitting the recommendations from the municipalities, Forsyth Tech, and Stokes County Schools to the Board.

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

The Board requested the Clerk to advertise this Council on the County’s website.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – SOIL AND WATER – PRESENTATION OF VOL.

AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS – ANNUAL REPORT

 

Soil Conservationist Tom Smith presented a brief overview of the annual report of the Stokes County Voluntary Farmland Preservation Program which explained the Purpose, Public Benefits, Farmer Benefits, Who Qualifies, and Restrictions along with a list of Agricultural Advisory Board appointments.

 

Mr. Smith requested the re-appointment of the following members:

 

§         Grant Christian

§         Michael Joyce

§         Robert P Lindsay

§         Manley Stovall

§         Mark Pendleton

§         Dale Hartman

§         Tommy Durham

 

*All have expressed interest in being re-appointed.

 

Mr. Smith expressed appreciation to the Board for their support.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – SENIOR SERVICES – PROPOSED BATEMAN SENIOR MEALS CONTRACT- AMENDMENT

 

Program Director Lynn Martens – Senior Services requested the Board’s approval to enter into a 12-month extension of the existing contract with Bateman Senior Meals to provide meals for Stokes County Senior Services Nutrition Programs.

 

Program Director Martens noted the following amendments to the existing contract:

 

·         3% Increase in rate - $2.70 to $2.78 per meal

·         Modifications to the holiday schedules dates

 

Program Director Martens noted the justification given for the price increase of the meal -cost of milk, produce, and fuel.   Ms. Martens also noted that County Attorney Jonathan Jordan had reviewed the amendments.

 

The Board discussed the following issues pertaining to the meals delivery by Bateman:

 

·         Increase in price

·         Quality of service being received by Seniors in Stokes County

·         Areas being covered by the service

·         Future possible areas for nutrition sites

 

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve the Bateman Senior Meals Contract Amendment, which increases the rate from $2.70 to $2.78 per meal.

               

Vice Chairman Inman moved to approve the motion to approve the Bateman Senior Meals Contract Amendment, which increases the rate from $2.70 to $2.78 per meal. 

 

Commissioner Walker seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – PRESENTATION OF RURAL HEALTH CARE ACCESS COLLABORATION (PRESENTED BY HEALTH SERVICE ALLIANCE BOARD MEMBERS)

 

C. Douglas Atkinson, FACHE, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Carl M. Kimel, Forsyth Medical Center, and Lance Labine, Stokes Reynolds Hospital presented the Rural Health Care Access Collaboration Interim Report to the Board.

 

Mr. Doug Atkinson explained in detail the following points:

 

·         Background information

·         Statement of Philosophy               

·         Agreement

·         Achievements

·         Next Steps

 

(A copy of the complete presentation will be retained by the Clerk to the Board)

 

Mr. Lance Labine presented the May 2005 Annual Report of Stokes Reynolds Memorial Hospital.

 

Mr. Labine noted the following:

 

·         First year as a Critical Access Hospital

·         Improvement in projected loss

·         Initiatives to Improve Performance

·         Additions of Cataract Surgery and other outpatient services at JR Jones

·         EMS base station in the hospital

 

Mr. Atkinson concluded one major step for the Alliance is meeting with the Stokes County Board of Health and working closely with the new Health Director Don Moore.  A Healthcare mini Summit is planned for October 2005 with the following short-term goals:

 

·         Complete inventory/assessment of health care services and needs in the County

·         Establish priorities and focus for the next 6-12 months.

·         Develop and implement action plans in conjunction with provider organizations

·         Monitor and evaluate performance outcomes

 

Commissioner Walker expressed the following concerns :

 

·         No formal presentation at the beginning to the Health Board  

·         No formal presentation at the beginning to the Board of Commissioners

·         No formal appointment for county officials to the Alliance

·         County funding of $10,000

·         Concerns of two competitive hospitals being involved

·         No Board member from the Southern part of the County

·         No medical professional from the County

·         Quality of service being provided at JR Jones

·         Concerns that a year has passed before coming to the Board

or planning to meet with the Board of Health

 

Mr. Atkinson responded to Commissioner Walker’s comments.  Mr. Atkinson invited Commissioner Walker to sit in on any meetings and welcomed his input.

 

Mr. Kimel noted that a cooperative effort is the best way to go with representatives from area hospitals to help to create a system of care that takes care of all the communities’ needs.

 

Vice Chairman Inman noted the County main goal is to provide the best possible health care for the citizens of Stokes County.

 

Commissioner McHugh noted the confusion of the Alliance with a Public Health Authority.

 

Chairman John Turpin expressed appreciation to Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Kimel, and Mr. Labine for their presentation.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – ADMINISTRATION – STOKES COUNTY SEARCH AND RESCUE POLICY – REVISIONS

 

County Manager Rick Morris presented the revised Stokes County Search and Rescue Policy for the Board’s approval.  Manager Morris noted the need for the revisions due to NC Project Lifesaver (Mountain Research) no longer providing Search and Rescue Services to the County unless by special request.

 

The Board discussed the revised policy.

 

Chairman John Turpin suggested adding the signatures for approval of the King Fire Chief and the Walnut Cove Fire Chief considering the President of the Fire & Rescue Association, which serves all other fire districts in the County, is included.

 

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve the submitted Stokes County Search and Rescue Policy.

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin moved to approve the submitted Stokes County Search Rescue Policy as submitted with the added signatures for approval of the King Fire Chief and the Walnut Cove Fire Chief. 

 

Commissioner McHugh seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

(A copy will be retained by the Clerk to the Board)

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT - JAIL - BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #132

 

 Finance Director Julia Edwards requested the approval of Budget Ordinance Amendment #132 which is necessary to amend the General Fund to transfer funds to appropriate Evidence Room Fees to purchase a Heavy Duty Two Shelf for the Evidence Room Cart cost for the remainder of the fiscal year.  

 

The appropriations are to be changed as followed:

 

Account Number

 

EXPENDITURES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

 

 

Jail

 

 

 

 

100.4320.260

 

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 

$163.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$163.00

 

This will result in a net increase of $163.00 in the appropriations of the General Fund. 

To provide the additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will be increased.

Account Number

 

REVENUES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

100.3432.411

 

Evidence Room Fees

 

 

 

$163.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$163.00

 

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #132.

 

Commissioner McHugh moved to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #132.

 

Vice Chairman Inman seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GERMANTON PARK- BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #133

 

Finance Director Julia Edwards requested the approval of Budget Ordinance Amendment #133 which is necessary to amend the General Fund to appropriate Recreation Grant and matching funds for Germanton Park Expansion Park.   The appropriations are to be changed as followed:

 

Account Number

 

EXPENDITURES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

 

 

Germanton Park

 

 

 

 

203.6150.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$26,445.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$26,445.00

 

This will result in a net increase of $26,445.00 in the appropriations of the General Fund. 

To provide the additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will be increased.

 

Account Number

 

REVENUES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

203.3839.001

 

Germanton Park Matching

 

 

 

$12,718.00

203.3839.000

 

Miscellaneous

 

 

 

$1,009.00

203.3301.259

 

Germanton Park Grant

 

 

 

$12,718.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$26,445.00

               

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #133.

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin moved to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #133.

 

Commissioner McHugh seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT - FINANCE - BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #134

 

Finance Director Julia Edwards requested the approval of Budget Ordinance Amendment #134 which is necessary to amend the General Fund to appropriate and transfer funds for the Installment Purchase of Equipment for various departments. The appropriations are to be changed as followed:

 

Account Number

 

EXPENDITURES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

 

 

Animal Control

 

 

 

 

100.4380.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$15,635.00

100.4380.351

 

Maint. & Repairs- Auto

 

 

 

$470.00

 

 

Emergency Medical Services

 

 

 

 

100.4370.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$245,719.00

100.4370.351

 

Maint. & Repairs – Auto

 

 

 

$2,892.00

100.4370.511

 

Equipment -  Non Capitalized

 

 

 

$4,683.00

 

 

Sheriff’s Department

 

 

 

 

100.4310.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$204,600.00

100.4310.351

 

Maint. & Repairs – Auto

 

 

 

$6,138.00

100.4310.511

 

Equipment -  Non Capitalized

 

 

 

  $30,960.00

 

 

Fire & Rescue

 

 

 

 

100.4340.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$36,647.00

100.4340.351

 

Maint. & Repairs – Auto

 

 

 

$1,080.00

 

 

Solid Waste

 

 

 

 

100.4720.510

 

Equipment

 

 

 

$305,094.00

100.4720.350

 

Maint. & Repairs – Auto

 

 

 

$2,012.00

 

 

Debt Services

 

 

 

 

100.9100.804

 

Principal- Equipment

 

$164,556.00

 

 

100.9100.834

 

Interest – Equipment

 

  $28,797.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$193,353.00

 

$855,930.00

 

This will result in a net increase of $662,577.00 in the appropriations of the General Fund. 

To provide the additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will be increased.

 

Account Number

 

REVENUES

 

Decrease

 

Increase

100.3920.911

 

Proceeds from Installment Purchase

 

 

 

$662,577.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

$662,577.00

               

Chairman John Turpin entertained a motion to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #134.

 

Commissioner Joe Turpin moved to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #134.

 

Commissioner McHugh seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – FINANCE – BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #135

 

Finance Director Julia Edwards submitted Budget Ordinance Amendment #135 for the Board’s consideration at a recess meeting to be scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, 2005 at 5:45 pm.  Budget Ordinance Amendment #135 was not included in the June 13th agenda.

 

 

EXPENDITURES

 

 

 

Account

 

 

 

 

Number

 

 Decrease

 

 Increase

 

Tax Administration

 

 

 

100.4140.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          2,836.00

 

Public Buildings

 

 

 

100.4190.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $            586.00

 

Sheriff's Department

 

 

 

100.4310.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $        34,841.00

 

Jail

 

 

 

100.4320.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          8,626.00

 

Emergency Communications

 

 

 

100.4325.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          4,878.00

 

Emergency Medical Services

 

 

 

100.4370.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          7,651.00

 

Animal Control

 

 

 

100.4380.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          3,116.00

 

Planning

 

 

 

100.4910.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $          1,451.00

 

Social Services

 

 

 

100.5310.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $        23,481.00

100.9910.100

Leave Cost

 $     83,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 $     83,000.00

 

 $        87,466.00

 

This will result in a net increase of $4,466.00 in the appropriations of the General Fund.

To provide additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will be increased.

 

Account

REVENUES

 

 

 

Number

 

 Decrease

 

 Increase

 

 

 

 

 

100.3831.450

Investment Earnings

 

 

 $   4,466.00

 

 

 $                 -  

 

 $   4,466.00

 

 

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – FINANCE – BUDGET ORDINANCE AMENDMENT #136

 

Finance Director Julia Edwards submitted Budget Ordinance Amendment #136 for the Board’s consideration at a recess meeting to be scheduled for June 14, 2005 at 5:45 pm.  Budget Ordinance Amendment #136 was not included in the June 13th agenda.

 

 

EXPENDITURES

 

 

 

Account

 

 

 

 

Number

GENERAL FUND

 Decrease

 

 Increase

 

SEE ATTACHMENT

 $    419,443.00

 

$559,360.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 $    419,443.00

 

 $   559,360.00

 

CAPITAL RESERVE

 

 

 

201.4130.000

Finance

 

 

 $      5,400.00

201.4250.006

Vehicle Maintenance

 

 

 $    12,700.00

201.4190.013

Public Buildings

 

 

 $      6,500.00

201.5860.001

King Senior Center

 

 

 $      5,000.00

201.4320.012

Jail

 

 

 $    13,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 $                 -  

 

 $    43,100.00

 

 

 

 

 

This will result in a net increase of $136,667.00 in the appropriations of the General Fund and increase

of $43,100 in the appropriations of the Capital Reserve Fund.  To provide additional revenue for the

above, the following revenues will be increased.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVENUES

 

 

 

Account

 

 

 

 

Number

 

 Decrease

 

 Increase

 

 

 

 

 

100.3831.450

Investment Earnings

 

 

 $    93,917.00

100.3301.215

EA Foster Care

 

 

 $    46,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 $                 -  

 

 $   139,917.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Reserve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

201.3981.000

Transfer from General Fund

 

 

 $    43,100.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 $                 -  

 

 $    43,100.00

 

 

Account

 

 

 

 

Number

 

 Decrease

 

 Increase

 

Governing Body

 

 

 

100.4110.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $      5,000.00

100.4110.110

Group Insurance

 $     3,050.00

 

 

100.4110.111

Dental Insurance

 $       115.00

 

 

100.4110.112

Retiree Insurance

 $     4,000.00

 

 

100.4110.310

Travel

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4110.311

Training

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4110.340

Printing

 $       500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100.4111.493

King Senior Center (CR)

 $     5,000.00

 

 

100.4111.492

Roanoke River Basic

 $     3,722.00

 

 

 

Administration

 

 

 

100.4120.310

Travel

 $       115.00

 

 

100.4120.311

Training

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4120.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $       450.00

 

 

100.4120.370

Advertising

 $     2,000.00

 

 

 

Finance

 

 

 

100.4130.180

Professional Services

 

 

 $      2,200.00

100.4130.440

Misc. Contractual Services (CR)

 $     5,400.00

 

 

 

Purchasing

 

 

 

100.4131.090

Social Security

 $       150.00

 

 

100.4131.091

Medicare Tax

 $         75.00

 

 

100.4131.100

Retirement

 $         50.00

 

 

100.4131.311

Training

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4131.320

Telephone

 $         50.00

 

 

100.4131.321

Postage

 $       800.00

 

 

100.4131.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $       250.00

 

 

100.4131.370

Advertising

 $       400.00

 

 

 

Tax Administration

 

 

 

100.4140.090

Social Security

 $       750.00

 

 

100.4140.091

Medicare Tax

 $       225.00

 

 

100.4140.100

Retirement

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4140.110

Group Insurance

 $         90.00

 

 

100.4140.111

Dental Insurance

 $         60.00

 

 

100.4140.310

Travel

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4140.321

Postage

 

 

 $      5,000.00

100.4140.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4140.390

Tax Settlement

 $     2,500.00

 

 

 

GIS/Mapping

 

 

 

100.4141.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $       900.00

 

 

100.4141.091

Medicare Tax

 $       175.00

 

 

100.4141.100

Retirement

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4141.310

Travel

 $       375.00

 

 

100.4141.321

Postage

 $       850.00

 

 

100.4141.340

Printing

 $       200.00

 

 

 

Superior Court

 

 

 

100.4160.330

Utilities

 $     1,500.00

 

 

 

Elections

 

 

 

100.4170.000

Salaries & Wages

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4170.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4170.090

Social Security

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4170.190

Board Reimbursement

 

 

 $      1,500.00

100.4170.311

Training

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4170.320

Telephone

 $       800.00

 

 

100.4170.321

Postage

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4170.340

Printing

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4170.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      1,800.00

 

Register of Deeds

 

 

 

100.4180.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $         90.00

 

 

100.4180.091

Medicare Tax

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4180.101

401K

 $       300.00

 

 

100.4180.170

Other Fringe Supplemental Pensions

 

 $      2,000.00

100.4180.310

Travel

 $       300.00

 

 

100.4180.321

Postage

 $     1,000.00

 

 

 

Public Buildings

 

 

 

100.4190.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     3,000.00

 

 

100.4190.090

Social Security

 $     1,300.00

 

 

100.4190.091

Medicare Tax

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4190.101

401K

 $       900.00

 

 

100.4190.110

Group Insurance

 $       550.00

 

 

100.4190.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      2,000.00

100.4190.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      2,000.00

100.4190.330

Utilities

 

 

 $      5,000.00

100.4190.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 

 

 $      2,000.00

100.4190.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4190.352

Maint. & Repairs Bldg

 

 

 $      5,000.00

100.4190.491

Uniforms Rental

 

 

 $      2,500.00

100.4190.510

Equipment (CR)

 

 

 $      6,500.00

100.4190.100

Retirement

 $       100.00

 

 

 

Information Systems

 

 

 

100.4210.000

Salaries & Wages

 $       250.00

 

 

100.4210.090

Social Security

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4210.091

Medicare Tax

 $       150.00

 

 

100.4210.100

Retirement

 $       150.00

 

 

100.4210.180

Professional Services

 $     2,800.00

 

 

100.4210.311

Training

 $     8,000.00

 

 

 

Vehicle Maintenance

 

 

 

100.4250.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     7,500.00

 

 

100.4250.090

Social Security

 $       600.00

 

 

100.4250.110

Group Insurance

 $     1,100.00

 

 

100.4250.511

Equipment Non Capitalized

 $       460.00

 

 

100.4250.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4250.510

Equipment (CR)

 

 

 $    12,700.00

 

Sheriff's Department

 

 

 

100.4310.000

Salaries & Wages

 $   20,000.00

 

 

100.4310.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 

 

 $      4,000.00

100.4310.040

Separation Allowance

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4310.090

Social Security

 $     5,000.00

 

 

100.4310.091

Medicare Tax

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4310.100

Retirement

 $     2,500.00

 

 

100.4310.102

401k 5%

 

 

 $      3,500.00

100.4310.110

Group Insurance

 $     5,000.00

 

 

100.4310.111

Dental Insurance

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4310.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $    50,000.00

100.4310.320

Telephone

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4310.321

Postage

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4310.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 

 

 $      3,000.00

 

Jail

 

 

 

100.4320.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $    12,000.00

100.4320.090

Social Security

 $     2,800.00

 

 

100.4320.091

Medicare Tax

 $       650.00

 

 

100.4320.100

Retirement

 $       850.00

 

 

100.4320.101

401k

 $       425.00

 

 

100.4320.102

401k 5%

 

 

 $         225.00

100.4320.110

Group Insurance

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4320.111

Dental Insurance

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4320.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4320.311

Training

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4320.320

Telephone

 

 

 $      2,500.00

100.4320.321

Postage

 $       250.00

 

 

100.4320.330

Utilities

 

 

 $      6,000.00

100.4320.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4320.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $   15,000.00

 

 

100.4320.441

Misc. Contractual Services-SRMH

 

 $    10,000.00

100.4320.510

Equipment (CR)

 

 

 $    13,500.00

 

District Resource Center

 

 

 

100.4321.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $     1,000.00

 

 

100.4321.090

Social Security

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4321.091

Medicare Tax

 $         95.00

 

 

100.4321.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      1,900.00

100.4321.320

Telephone

 $       800.00

 

 

100.4321.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $     1,100.00

 

 

100.4321.511

Equipment Non Capitalized

 

 

 $      1,750.00

 

Emergency Communications

 

 

 

100.4325.000

Salaries & Wages

 $   12,000.00

 

 

100.4325.010

Salaries & Wages Overtime

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4325.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4325.090

Social Security

 $     2,400.00

 

 

100.4325.091

Medicare Tax

 $       550.00

 

 

100.4325.100

Retirement

 $       650.00

 

 

100.4325.101

401K

 $     1,250.00

 

 

100.4325.110

Group Insurance

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4325.111

Dental Insurance

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4325.310

Travel

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4325.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 

 

 $      2,000.00

 

Emergency Management

 

 

 

100.4330.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     1,500.00

 

 

100.4330.090

Social Security

 $       225.00

 

 

100.4330.091

Medicare Tax

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4330.100

Retirement

 $       150.00

 

 

100.4330.110

Group Insurance

 $       550.00

 

 

 

Fire

 

 

 

100.4340.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     2,825.00

 

 

100.4340.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      2,750.00

 

Medical Examiner

 

 

 

100.4360.000

Professional Services

 

 

 $    10,000.00

 

Emergency Medical Services

 

 

 

100.4370.000

Salaries & Wages

 $   37,000.00

 

 

100.4370.010

Salaries & Wages Overtime

 

 

 $    15,000.00

100.4370.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 

 

 $    20,000.00

100.4370.090

Social Security

 $     4,400.00

 

 

100.4370.100

Retirement

 $     5,100.00

 

 

100.4370.101

401K

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4370.110

Group Insurance

 $     5,000.00

 

 

100.4370.111

Dental Insurance

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4370.230

Medical Supplies

 

 

 $      2,000.00

100.4370.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      1,500.00

100.4370.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      4,450.00

100.4370.321

Postage

 $     5,000.00

 

 

100.4370.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 

 

 $    20,000.00

 

Animal Control

 

 

 

100.4380.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     1,500.00

 

 

100.4380.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      2,500.00

100.4380.260

Departmental Supplies

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.4380.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $       400.00

 

 

100.4380.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $     1,500.00

 

 

 

Solid Waste

 

 

 

100.4720.000

Salaries & Wages

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4720.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $     4,000.00

 

 

100.4720.090

Social Security

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4720.091

Medicare Tax

 $       250.00

 

 

100.4720.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $    18,000.00

100.4720.310

Travel

 $       300.00

 

 

100.4720.311

Training

 $       200.00

 

 

100.4720.330

Utilities

 

 

 $      2,200.00

100.4720.491

Uniform Rental

 

 

 $         200.00

100.4720.580

Buildings

 $       150.00

 

 

 

Planning

 

 

 

100.4910.000

Salaries & Wages

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4910.090

Social Security

 $     1,350.00

 

 

100.4910.091

Medicare Tax

 $       350.00

 

 

100.4910.100

Retirement

 $       100.00

 

 

100.4910.101

401K

 $       300.00

 

 

100.4910.110

Group Insurance

 $         50.00

 

 

100.4910.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      2,500.00

100.4910.310

Travel

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4910.311

Training

 $     2,200.00

 

 

100.4910.321

Postage

 $       300.00

 

 

100.4910.370

Advertising

 $       500.00

 

 

 

Economic Development

 

 

 

100.4920.180

Professional Services

 

 

 $      1,500.00

100.4920.260

Departmental Supplies

 $       300.00

 

 

 

Cooperative Extension

 

 

 

100.4950.310

Travel

 $       800.00

 

 

100.4950.320

Telephone

 $       500.00

 

 

100.4950.340

Printing

 $     2,000.00

 

 

100.4950.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $   30,000.00

 

 

 

Natural Resources

 

 

 

100.4960.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $      1,200.00

100.4960.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $     1,200.00

 

 

 

Health Department

 

 

 

100.5100.000

Salaries & Wages

 $   39,500.00

 

 

100.5100.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 

 

 $    30,000.00

100.5100.081

On Call

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.5100.230

Medical Supplies

 

 

 $      5,000.00

100.5100.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 

 

 $      2,000.00

100.5100.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      1,500.00

 

Home Health

 

 

 

100.5190.000

Salaries & Wages

 $   19,000.00

 

 

100.5190.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 

 

 $    15,000.00

100.5190.081

On Call

 

 

 $      1,000.00

100.5190.250

Auto Supplies

 

 

 $      3,000.00

 

Environmental Health

 

 

 

100.5192.000

Salaries & Wages

 

 

 $      3,000.00

100.5192.030

Salaries & Wages Permanent Part Time

 $       500.00

 

 

100.5192.090

Social Security

 $     1,200.00

 

 

100.5192.091

Medicare Tax

 $       300.00