STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA    )                    OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS

                                                            )                    STOKES COUNTY GOVERNMENT

COUNTY OF STOKES                     )                    DANBURY, NORTH CAROLINA

                                                            )                    JUNE 11, 2007

 

 

 

           

            The Board of Commissioners of the County of Stokes, State of North Carolina, met

 

for regular session in the Commissioners’ Chambers of the Ronald Wilson Reagan

 

Memorial Building (Administrative Building) located in Danbury, North Carolina on

 

Monday, June 11, 2007 at 1:30 pm with the following members present:

 

                                                Chairman Leon Inman

                                                Vice-Chairman Jimmy Walker

Commissioner Ron Carroll                                           

Commissioner Ernest Lankford

                                                Commissioner Stanley Smith

 

                                                County Personnel in Attendance:

                                                County Manager K. Bryan Steen

Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins

County Attorney Edward Powell

                                                Finance Director Julia Edwards

                                    Captain Al Tuttle - Jail

Support Services Supervisor Danny Stovall

                                                               

Chairman Leon Inman called the meeting to order.

 

Chairman Inman delivered the invocation.

           

GENERAL GOVERNMENT-GOVERNING BODY-PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

            Chairman Inman opened the meeting by inviting the citizens in attendance to

 

join the Board with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion to approve or amend the agenda for the

 

June 11, 2007 meeting.

 

            Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins requested to add an invitation from Rock House 

 

Ruritan Club (Double Creek area) to the Action Agenda in order to advertise properly if the

 

Board chose to schedule a meeting in July.  The Board discussed the request.  The Board

 

agreed to add the invitation to the Information Agenda- Item C.

 

            Commissioner Ron Carroll requested to table Discussion Agenda - Item C- Alleviation

 

of Office Space Problems through Office Relocations until budget deliberations were

 

completed due to the possibility that budgetary decisions could impact the proposed office

 

relocations.  The Board discussed Commissioner Carroll’s request to table Item C.  The Board

 

unanimously agreed to table Item C under the Discussion Agenda and instructed Manager

 

Steen to incorporate the budget ramifications in the recommended moves for further discussion

 

during a budget work session.

 

            Commissioner Lankford informed the Board that a nomination (for the Danbury

 

Township) at the May 29th   meeting to the District Committee did not live in the Danbury

 

Township.  Commissioner Lankford requested to be able to replace the nomination for the

 

Danbury Township with a new nomination during the Action Agenda.  The Board had no

 

issues with allowing Commissioner Lankford to replace his original nomination for the

 

Danbury Township.

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion to approve the June 11th agenda as amended.

 

            Commissioner Lankford moved to approve the June 11th agenda as amended.  Vice

 

Chairman Walker seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Mr. Erwin A. Timm

708 Summit Street

Walnut Cove, NC  27052

Re:  Taxes

Mr. Timm spoke to the Board regarding the proposed tax increase for the fiscal year 2007-08.

Mr. Timm stated that taxes owed on property should be for services received for that particular piece of property and property did not cause any extra burden this past year.  Mr. Timm feels that taxes should focus on people who cause the expense to the County such as crime, free meals, social services, etc.  Mr. Timm referred to The Rights of Colonists (1772) which defines the first Laws of Nature very clearly (1) Right to Life (2) Right to Liberty and (3) Right to Property together with the right to support and defend them in the best manner they can.  Mr. Timm reiterated that taxes should be for services to the property.  (Mr. Timm presented the Clerk with a Copy of the Rights of Colonists-1772)

 

Letter from Mr. R. Jack Gibson who was unable to attend the meeting- Chairman Inman read the following letter from Mr. Gibson:

 

June 11, 2007

 

Mr. Chairman and members of the Stokes County Board of Commissioners, Thank you for your service to our beloved county. I appreciate the privilege to share my feelings concerning the budgeting responsibilities you now face. As a tax paying citizen and proud resident of Stokes County, I respectfully ask you to carefully study and evaluate the county budget. As duly elected public servants of the tax paying citizens of Stokes County, restraint on your part to control spending is not just a responsibility it is a moral duty.

I am aware that local government provides necessary services. Please be diligent as you try to discriminate between the (1) absolutely necessary to have, (2) the nice to have, and (3) the not so necessary to have. Careful and informed judgment is called for in amounts to be spent, for instance is the super deluxe model with all the bells and whistles absolutely necessary or could a middle of the road or a less expensive model adequately serve the purpose?

 

Yes, the growth of these services is much more difficult to restrain when you place faces and personalities along with them. I would add that faces and personalities are also attached to the money raised from property taxes. Some folks already have difficulty balancing their family budgets and a tax hike obviously will add to that burden. In some cases property ownership will be threatened as well. Please do all you can to control spending and do not increase our taxes. I am sure the taxpayers of Stokes County will appreciate it; after all, it is our money you are spending.

 

Respectfully Yours,

R. Jack Gibson

345 Springdale Road Walnut Cove, NC  27052

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion to approve or amend the Consent Agenda:

 

·        Minutes of May 29, 2007

 

Commissioner Carroll noted the following corrections:

 

May 29, 2007 – Page #11 - change the following: Sheriff’s Department to Health Department under Budget Amendment #82

page #19 – change Attorney David Lawrence both agreed that… to Attorney David Lawrence. Both agreed that… 

page #26 – change effected agencies… to affected agencies…

 

Sheriff’s Department - Budget Ordinance Amendment # 84

 

            Finance Director Julia Edwards submitted Budget Ordinance Amendment #84 at

 

the May 29th meeting for the Board’s consideration.  

 

To amend the General Fund, the expenditures are to be changed as follows:

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

 

Sheriff’s Department

 

 

 

100.4310.000

Salaries & Wages

$1,554,845.00

($3,800.00)

$1,551,045.00

100.4310.020

Salaries & Wages–Part Time

$98,343.00

$3,800.00

$102,143.00

 

 

$1,653,188.00

$00.00

$1,653,188.00

 

This budget amendment is justified as follows:

 

Due to officers out with injuries and being paid workman’s compensation, funds need to be transferred from full time salaries to part time salaries to replenish the line item for extra part time officers.

 

This will result in a net increase of $00.00 in the expenditures and other financial use to the County’s annual budget. 

 

Budget Ordinance Amendment #84 was discussed at the May 29th meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Request for Liquidation of EMS Charges

 

            Emergency Services Director Monty Stevens requested the liquidation of the following

 

EMS charges: (Individuals were incarcerated at the Stokes County Jail at the time of services

per Jail Sergeant Jeff Whitaker)

 

Call Number

Date of Call

Total Charges

0605308

09-25-06

 $         362.00

0605583

10/09/06

 $         356.00

0605849

10/22/06

 $         530.00

0606500

11/26/06

 $         530.00

0700131

01/08/07

 $         362.00

 

 

 $      2,140.00

                       

 

 

 

 

Commissioner Lankford moved to approve the Consent Agenda with the noted

 

corrections.  Commissioner Carroll seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – INFORMATION AGENDA

 

Presentation of Jail Feasibility Study 

 

            Jail Captain Al Tuttle introduced Mr. Jim Brennan and Mr. Todd Davis of Brennan and

 

Associates, Inc., who recently completed the Jail Feasibility Study for Stokes County.  Mr.

 

Todd Davis presented the following information concerning the Jail Feasibility Study: (Stokes

 

County Detention Facility)

 

·        Jail Feasibility Study describes forecasted bed space needs through the year 2030

·        County Population Data – estimated increase from approximately 41,452 in 1995 to 46,688 in 2006

·        Projected County Population Data – projected county population in 2010 = 48,753

·        Projected County Population Data – projected county population in 2030 =  58,073

·        Historical Admissions – Males – 1277 in 2000 increased to 1548 in 2006

·        Historical Admissions – Females – 229 in 2000 increased to 367 in 2006

·        Historical Admissions Rates – Total admission of 1506 in 2000 increased to 1915 in 2006

·        Projected Admissions - Projected Admissions in 2000 = 2,000

·        Projected Admissions - Projected Admissions in 2030 = 2,382

·        Historical Average Daily Population – 52 in 2000 increased to 74 in 2006

·        Average Length of Stay – 12.60 days in 2000 increased to 14.10 days in 2006

·        Forecasted Average Daily Population – projected 83 in 2010 and 99 in 2030

·        Peaking Ratio – 1.42 in 2000 to 1.14 in 2006

·        Classified and Peaked – projected 146 in 2010 and 174 in 2030 with using the peaking ratio of 1.47

·        Male Forecast – Forecasted ADP = projected 74 in 2010 and 87 in 2030

·        Female Forecast – Forecasted ADP – projected 10 in 2010 and 12 in 2030

·        Projected Floor Plan - Does not reduce any existing space

·        Initial Project Budget Estimate – Total Project Budget = $7,505,254

 

Chairman Inman expressed the Board’s appreciation for presentation of the Jail

 

Feasibility Study and noted the Board would be reviewing the feasibility study at a later date.

 

Monthly Tax Administration Report

 

            County Manager Bryan Steen presented the monthly Tax Administration Report as

 

submitted by Interim Tax Administrator Jake Oakley.

 

            Tax Collection Status Report noting collections through Fiscal Year 2006-07:

 

Fiscal Year 2006-07

Budget Amount

Collected Amount

Over Budget

Under Budget

County Regular & Motor Vehicles

 $(17,956,123.00)

 $     18,019,452.71

 $  63,329.71

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prior Taxes 1991-2005 Tax Years

 

 

 

 

County Regular & Motor Vehicles

 $     800,000.00

 $        (716,992.85)

 

 $   (83,007.15)

 

(Following Refunds and Releases were approved and processed by the Interim Tax Administrator)

 

Refunds – Property Tax in the amount of $211.75:

 

Property Tax Refund for Randy Fulp

 $                119.55

Property Tax Refund for Randy Fulp

 $                  92.20

 

 $                211.75

 

Releases–Motor Vehicle - month of May 2007 in the amount of $1,207.00

Releases–Real and Personal Property - month of May 2007 in the amount of $904.66

 

Motor Vehicle Releases (May 2007)

 

Real and Personal Property Release (May 2007)

 Amount

Greta Louise Allen

 $               13.33

Yana R. & Amanda Benson

 $               81.87

Kenneth & Tabitha Bowman

 $               25.68

Tabitha H. Brown

 $                 7.63

Van Porter Brown

 $               53.95

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 3.30

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 4.33

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 5.31

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 6.13

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 6.92

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 7.60

Roger Dwayne Bryant

 $                 3.22

Gary & Susan Carter

 $              112.13

Susan Ann Carter

 $              115.87

Larry Dean Chester

 $                 4.59

Jane Fleming Cole

 $               10.14

Delmar Roe Conn

 $               13.34

Delmar Roe Conn

 $               22.66

Delmar Roe Conn

 $                 9.73

Delmar Roe Conn

 $               14.92

John Alan Cox

 $               18.20

Danbury Cemetery Inc

 $              141.18

Don K & Janine D Dixon

 $               41.97

Carroll David Flippin

 $               78.29

Michael A Gilliam

 $              117.15

Randall Wade Hole

 $               13.32

Mary M Joyce

 $               70.54

William Lee Mabe

 $               35.40

David Hampton Maranville

 $               27.95

Cynthia Medina

 $               33.37

Robert Scott Miner

 $                 5.46

Harvey Edwin Moser

 $               16.25

Newsome Farms -Louis Newsome

 $               56.56

Dorothy Beaver Prater

 $               12.99

Burnis G Simmons

 $               35.59

June Audrey C Slate

 $              122.42

June Audrey C Slate

 $              147.01

June Audrey C Slate

 $              147.01

Motor Vehicle Releases (May 2007)

 

Real and Personal Property Release (May 2007)

 Amount

June Audrey C Slate

 $               12.93

June Audrey C Slate

 $               15.49

June Audrey C Slate

 $               15.49

Lauri M Smith

 $               12.91

Todd Drywall Inc

 $               72.31

Lucas Ashley Vaden

 $                 2.60

Wayne Wall

 $               38.32

Laura Jean Ward

 $                 6.83

Laura Jean Ward

 $               24.96

Jamie Dean Waters

 $               55.96

Amy Johnson West

 $               88.88

Tyann Snook Wilbanks

 $              106.44

Carlos & Rosalem Williams

 $               15.23

Total Releases

 $           2,111.66

 

Invitation from Rock House Ruritan Club - Double Creek Area

 

            Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins informed the Board that Rock House Ruritan

 

Club (Double Creek area) invited the Board to hold their regular Commissioners’ meeting in

 

either July or August at their building located at 2889 NC HWY 268, Pinnacle.   The Club

 

requested it be a night meeting.

 

            The Board discussed the invitation from Rock House Ruritan Club.

 

            Chairman Inman directed the Clerk to place the item on the Action Agenda for

 

the June 25th meeting.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – DISCUSSION AGENDA

 

Proposed Purchase of the Robertson/Oakley Property by the Stokes County Board of Education

 

            School Board Attorney Fredrick G. Johnson presented the following information

 

regarding the proposed purchase of the Robertson/Oakley Property by the Stokes County

 

Board of Education: (Vice Chairman Steve Shelton was also in attendance for the

 

meeting- Chairperson Sonya Cox was unable to attend- Stokes County Board of Education)

     

·        Stokes County Board of Education has approved, subject to

concurrence by the Board of Commissioners, the purchase of

certain real property located adjacent to Lawsonville Elementary

School

·        Property owned by the Robertson/Oakley families

·        Property contains approximately 21 acres and a residential dwelling

·        Identified as Parcels #4058 -20.36 acreage and #8582 - .57 acreage on Stokes County Tax Map 6939

·        Purchase price for this property is $180,000.00

·        Board of Education will also request approval of the proposed site by appropriate state agencies for public school use – possible results within 30 to 45 days

·        Property to be used for future expansion of Lawsonville Elementary School

·        General Statute requires the Board of County Commissioners approve the site and the purchase price for property to be acquired by the Board of Education for public school use

 

Attorney Johnson respectfully requested the Board’s approval to purchase the

 

Robertson/Oakley property for the price of $180,000.00 subject to final approval from state

 

regulatory agencies approving the property for public school construction.  Attorney Johnson

 

concluded that the Board of Education plans to fund the purchase price from lottery proceeds

 

and requested the Board’s approval for funding allocation to be taken from lottery proceeds.

 

            Vice Chairman Steve Shelton – Board of Education noted the following regarding

 

the purchase of the Robertson/Oakley property:

 

·        Lawsonville Elementary School is located on 8.5 acres of land with no other adjacent land currently available

·        State currently recommends at least 20 acres of land when building a new

elementary school

·        Property located on a major highway (Highway #8) with road frontage

·        Lawsonville is the second largest school by percentage of students outside the classroom in mobile units

·        Second floor classrooms pose usage and access problems

·        Gym located on lower lever also poses usage and access problems

·        Purchase of land is an all or nothing proposal

·        Purchase price is a negotiated offer

 

 The Board discussed need for adjacent land for future expansion, current enrollment at

 

Lawsonville Elementary School (last year 87 over capacity), purchase price of the property,

 

and location of the property.

 

            Chairman Inman requested the Clerk place the item on the Action Agenda for

 

June 25th meeting.

 

Finance - Budget Ordinance Amendment # 85

 

            Finance Director Julia Edwards submitted Budget Ordinance Amendment #85.

 

To amend the General Fund, the expenditures are to be changed as follows:

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

 

Per attachment

 

 

 

 

General Fund

$14,396,071.50

$311,140.00

$14,707,211.50

 

E911 Fund

$15,779.00

 

 

 

Capital Reserve Fund

$5,000.00

$50,000.00

$55,000.00

 

Revaluation Fund

$3,000.00

 

 

 

Grant Fund

$22,066.00

$67,600.00

$89,666.00

 

Regional Sewer Fund

$2,500.00

 

$2,500.00

 

 

$14,444,416.50

$428,740.00

$14,854,377.50

 

This budget amendment is justified as follows:

To appropriate and transfer funds for fuel, part time salaries, Medicaid estimates, Day Care, and other line item adjustments for the remainder of the fiscal year.

 

 

 

This will result in a net increase of $428,740.00 in the expenditures and other financial use to the County’s annual budget.  To provide additional revenue for the above, the following revenues will increase.  These revenues have already been received or are verified they will be received in this fiscal year.

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

 

Per attachment

 

 

 

 

General Fund

$4,056.360.00

$311,140.00

$4,367,500.00

 

Capital Reserve Fund

$100,032.00

$50,000.00

$150,032.00

 

Grant Fund

$53,500.00

  $67,600.00

$121,100.00

 

 

$4,209,892.00

$428,740.00

$4,638,632.00

 

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Governing Body

 

 

 

100.4110.000

Salaries & Wages

 $            46,331.00

 $          11,000.00

 $         57,331.00

100.4110.040

Special Achievement Awards

 $              8,790.00

 $          (8,790.00)

 $                        -  

100.4110.100

Retirement

 $                 492.00

 $             (490.00)

 $                  2.00

100.4110.110

Group Insurance

 $              9,915.00

 $          (2,800.00)

 $           7,115.00

100.4110.111

Dental Insurance

 $                 754.00

 $             (200.00)

 $              554.00

100.4110.260

Departmental Supplies

 $                 900.00

 $               200.00

 $           1,100.00

 

Administration

 

 

 

100.4120.000

Salaries & Wages

 $            113,254.00

 $        (35,000.00)

 $         78,254.00

100.4120.090

Social Security

 $                7,022.00

 $             (2,400.00)

 $           4,622.00

100.4120.091

Medicare Tax

 $                1,643.00

 $                (500.00)

 $           1,143.00

100.4120.100

Retirement

 $                5,573.00

 $             (2,000.00)

 $           3,573.00

100.4120.101

401K & Deferred Comp Employer

 $                1,132.00

 $                  500.00

 $           1,632.00

100.4120.110

Group Insurance

 $                4,819.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $           3,819.00

100.4120.310

Travel

 $                   350.00

 $                  200.00

 $              550.00

100.4120.370

Advertising

 $                7,500.00

 $              1,000.00

 $           8,500.00

 

Finance

 

 

 

100.4130.310

Travel

 $                100.00

 $              (100.00)

 $                       -  

100.4130.320

Telephone

 $             3,050.00

 $           (1,000.00)

 $           2,050.00

100.4130.321

Postage

 $             4,650.00

 $              (700.00)

 $           3,950.00

100.4130.340

Printing

 $             1,550.00

 $              (300.00)

 $           1,250.00

100.4130.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                800.00

 $              (800.00)

 $                          -  

100.4130.390

Bank Charges

 $           30,000.00

 $          (28,000.00)

 $           2,000.00

 

Purchasing

 

 

 

100.4131.311

Training

 $                1,450.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $                 450.00

100.4131.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                   250.00

 $                (250.00)

 $                          -  

 

Tax Administration

 

 

 

100.4140.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $                8,500.00

 $             (1,500.00)

 $              7,000.00

100.4140.090

Social Security

 $             15,441.00

 $                  200.00

 $           15,641.00

100.4140.091

Medicare Tax

 $                3,621.00

 $                    50.00

 $              3,671.00

100.4140.100

Retirement

 $             12,450.00

 $                    50.00

 $           12,500.00

100.4140.310

Travel

 $                   500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                          -  

100.4140.321

Postage

 $             55,000.00

 $             (5,000.00)

 $           50,000.00

100.4140.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                   500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                          -  

 

GIS/Mapping

 

 

 

100.4141.110

Group Insurance

 $             16,715.00

 $                (250.00)

 $           16,465.00

100.4141.310

Travel

 $                     60.00

 $                  (60.00)

 $                          -  

100.4141.320

Telephone

 $                2,100.00

 $                  100.00

 $              2,200.00

100.4141.340

Printing

 $                            -  

 $                    50.00

 $                   50.00

 

Legal

 

 

 

100.4150.180

Professional Services

 $             60,622.00

 $              2,000.00

 $           62,622.00

100.4150.321

Postage

 $                   100.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 150.00

100.4150.340

Printing

 $                            -  

 $                    50.00

 $                   50.00

100.4150.490

Dues & Subscription

 $                2,400.00

 $                (600.00)

 $              1,800.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Superior Court

 

 

 

100.4160.330

Utilities

 $                7,000.00

 $             (1,750.00)

 $              5,250.00

100.4160.450

Misc. Contractual Services

 $                1,395.00

 $                  (95.00)

 $              1,300.00

100.4160.441

Juvenile Detention

 $             20,000.00

 $            20,000.00

 $           40,000.00

 

Elections

 

 

 

100.4170.260

Departmental Supplies

 $                6,500.00

 $                  100.00

 $              6,600.00

100.4170.320

Telephone

 $                1,500.00

 $                  400.00

 $              1,900.00

100.4170.321

Postage

 $                2,500.00

 $                  200.00

 $              2,700.00

 

Register of Deeds

 

 

 

100.4180.020

Salaries & Wages Part Time

 $                9,713.00

 $                    50.00

 $              9,763.00

100.4180.170

Other Fringe Supplemental Pension

 $             10,000.00

 $                  700.00

 $           10,700.00

100.4180.321

Postage

 $                2,200.00

 $                (300.00)

 $              1,900.00

100.4180.340

Printing

 $                1,500.00

 $                (450.00)

 $              1,050.00

100.4180.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                   800.00

 $                (800.00)

 $                          -  

 

Public Buildings

 

 

 

100.4190.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           281,952.00

 $             (5,000.00)

 $         276,952.00

100.4190.090

Social Security

 $             16,725.00

 $                (500.00)

 $           16,225.00

100.4190.091

Medicare Tax

 $                3,921.00

 $                (100.00)

 $              3,821.00

100.4190.100

Retirement

 $             14,168.00

 $                (400.00)

 $           13,768.00

100.4190.101

401K

 $                1,860.00

 $                    50.00

 $              1,910.00

100.4190.110

Group Insurance

 $             36,548.00

 $                (800.00)

 $           35,748.00

100.4190.111

Dental Insurance

 $                2,784.00

 $                  (50.00)

 $              2,734.00

100.4190.250

Auto Supplies

 $                5,560.00

 $                  700.00

 $              6,260.00

100.4190.290

Misc. Expense

 $                   240.00

 $                  100.00

 $                 340.00

100.4190.310

Travel

 $                   100.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                          -  

100.4190.311

Training

 $                1,000.00

 $                (800.00)

 $                 200.00

100.4190.330

Utilities

 $           230,000.00

 $            40,000.00

 $         270,000.00

 

Information Systems

 

 

 

100.4210.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           130,176.00

 $                    25.00

 $         130,201.00

100.4210.090

Social Security

 $                7,761.00

 $                    50.00

 $              7,811.00

100.4210.091

Medicare Tax

 $                1,888.00

 $                  (50.00)

 $              1,838.00

100.4210.310

Travel

 $                   200.00

 $                (200.00)

 $                          -  

100.4210.180

Professional Services

 $                3,600.00

 $             (1,500.00)

 $              2,100.00

100.4210.320

Telephone

 $                1,000.00

 $                  300.00

 $              1,300.00

100.4210.321

Postage

 $                   200.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                 100.00

 

Vehicle Maintenance

 

 

 

100.4250.101

401K

 $                   414.00

 $                    70.00

 $                 484.00

100.4250.250

Auto Supplies

 $                1,800.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              1,300.00

100.4250.310

Travel

 $                   188.00

 $                (188.00)

 $                          -  

100.4250.320

Telephone

 $                1,780.00

 $                  300.00

 $              2,080.00

100.4250.330

Utilities

 $                5,000.00

 $              1,750.00

 $              6,750.00

 

Sheriff's Department

 

 

 

100.4310.000

Salaries & Wages

 $        1,554,845.00

 $          (10,000.00)

 $      1,544,845.00

100.4310.010

Salaries & Wages-Overtime

 $                   500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                          -  

100.4310.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $             98,343.00

 $            14,000.00

 $         112,343.00

100.4310.040

Separation Allowance

 $             24,199.00

 $              1,000.00

 $           25,199.00

100.4310.090

Social Security

 $           101,531.00

 $              1,500.00

 $         103,031.00

100.4310.091

Medicare Tax

 $             23,991.00

 $                  100.00

 $           24,091.00

100.4310.100

Retirement

 $             74,515.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $           73,515.00

100.4310.102

401K 5%

 $             72,502.00

 $              1,000.00

 $           73,502.00

100.4310.110

Group Insurance

 $           143,673.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $         142,673.00

100.4310.111

Dental Insurance

 $             10,965.00

 $                (100.00)

 $           10,865.00

100.4310.291

Uniforms

 $             18,351.00

 $              4,000.00

 $           22,351.00

100.4310.310

Travel

 $                     10.00

 $                    25.00

 $                   35.00

100.4310.311

Training

 $                7,586.00

 $             (4,000.00)

 $              3,586.00

100.4310.320

Telephone

 $             15,000.00

 $              1,200.00

 $           16,200.00

100.4310.321

Postage

 $                4,000.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $              3,000.00

100.4310.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $             65,000.00

 $              3,463.00

 $           68,463.00

 

Jail

 

 

 

100.4320.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           533,514.00

 $          (10,000.00)

 $         523,514.00

100.4320.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $             91,000.00

 $            10,000.00

 $         101,000.00

100.4320.100

Retirement

 $             25,955.00

 $                (300.00)

 $           25,655.00

100.4320.102

401K 5%

 $                2,432.00

 $                    25.00

 $              2,457.00

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Jail(continued)

 

 

 

100.4320.110

Group Insurance

 $             60,988.00

 $                (400.00)

 $           60,588.00

100.4320.220

Food & Provisions

 $           188,600.00

 $              5,000.00

 $         193,600.00

100.4320.250

Auto Supplies

 $                   200.00

 $                  300.00

 $                 500.00

100.4320.310

Travel

 $                   100.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                          -  

100.4320.320

Telephone

 $                5,000.00

 $                  200.00

 $              5,200.00

100.4320.390

Misc. Expense Board of Prisoners

 $             29,760.00

 $            20,000.00

 $           49,760.00

100.4320.440

Misc. Contractual Services-Prisoners

 $             40,000.00

 $                (100.00)

 $           39,900.00

100.4320.441

Misc. Contractual Services-SRMH

 $             83,966.00

 $              1,000.00

 $           84,966.00

 

District Resource Center

 

 

 

100.4321.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             75,422.00

 $                  100.00

 $           75,522.00

100.4321.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $                8,529.00

 $             (4,500.00)

 $              4,029.00

100.4321.100

Retirement

 $                3,675.00

 $                    25.00

 $              3,700.00

100.4321.110

Group Insurance

 $                8,784.00

 $                  575.00

 $              9,359.00

100.4321.111

Dental Insurance

 $                   672.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 722.00

 

Emergency Communications

 

 

 

100.4325.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           347,828.00

 $                  950.00

 $         348,778.00

100.4325.010

Salaries & Wages-Overtime

 $             12,000.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $           11,000.00

100.4325.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $             27,000.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $           26,000.00

100.4325.090

Social Security

 $             23,328.00

 $                (500.00)

 $           22,828.00

100.4325.091

Medicare Tax

 $                5,490.00

 $                (100.00)

 $              5,390.00

100.4325.101

401K

 $                2,355.00

 $                (200.00)

 $              2,155.00

100.4325.110

Group Insurance

 $             40,793.00

 $                (250.00)

 $           40,543.00

100.4325.111

Dental Insurance

 $                3,102.00

 $                (250.00)

 $              2,852.00

100.4325.340

Printing

 $                   350.00

 $                  500.00

 $                 850.00

100.4325.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $                   100.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 150.00

 

Emergency Management

 

 

 

100.4330.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           103,007.00

 $                    50.00

 $         103,057.00

100.4330.100

Retirement

 $                5,068.00

 $                    50.00

 $              5,118.00

100.4330.340

Printing

 $                   350.00

 $                  (55.00)

 $                 295.00

 

Fire Marshal

 

 

 

100.4340.090

Social Security

 $                9,894.00

 $                  (80.00)

 $              9,814.00

100.4340.110

Group Insurance

 $             15,226.00

 $                  575.00

 $           15,801.00

100.4340.111

Dental Insurance

 $                   901.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 951.00

100.4340.250

Auto Supplies

 $                7,450.00

 $              1,000.00

 $              8,450.00

100.4340.320

Telephone

 $                2,291.00

 $                  100.00

 $              2,391.00

100.4340.321

Postage

 $                   300.00

 $                    60.00

 $                 360.00

100.4340.340

Printing

 $                     90.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 140.00

100.4340.430

Rental of Equipment

 $                   350.00

 $                    10.00

 $                 360.00

 

Medical Examiner

 

 

 

100.4360.000

Medical Examiner

 $             20,000.00

 $              3,000.00

 $           23,000.00

 

Emergency Medical Services

 

 

 

100.4370.000

Salaries & Wages

 $        1,070,640.00

 $             (8,000.00)

 $      1,062,640.00

100.4370.010

Salaries & Wages-Overtime

 $           165,000.00

 $              5,000.00

 $         170,000.00

100.4370.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $           135,000.00

 $            20,000.00

 $         155,000.00

100.4370.090

Social Security

 $             83,290.00

 $                (800.00)

 $           82,490.00

100.4370.091

Medicare Tax

 $             19,696.00

 $                (400.00)

 $           19,296.00

100.4370.100

Retirement

 $             61,762.00

 $             (2,500.00)

 $           59,262.00

100.4370.101

401K

 $                7,906.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              7,406.00

100.4370.110

Group Insurance

 $           114,233.00

 $             (2,200.00)

 $         112,033.00

100.4370.111

Dental Insurance

 $                8,517.00

 $                (250.00)

 $              8,267.00

100.4370.310

Travel

 $                   100.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                          -  

100.4370.321

Postage

 $             14,500.00

 $             (4,000.00)

 $           10,500.00

100.4370.330

Utilities

 $             15,500.00

 $              3,000.00

 $           18,500.00

100.4370.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                4,000.00

 $             (1,500.00)

 $              2,500.00

100.4370.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $             25,000.00

 $            20,000.00

 $           45,000.00

 

Animal Control

 

 

 

100.4380.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             99,136.00

 $                    25.00

 $           99,161.00

100.4380.260

Departmental Supplies

 $             10,000.00

 $                  500.00

 $           10,500.00

100.4380.310

Travel

 $                   200.00

 $                (150.00)

 $                   50.00

100.4380.311

Training

 $                1,950.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              1,450.00

100.4380.320

Telephone

 $                2,325.00

 $                  175.00

 $              2,500.00

100.4380.321

Postage

 $                3,000.00

 $                (200.00)

 $              2,800.00

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Animal Control (continued)

 

 

 

100.4380.330

Utilities

 $                2,500.00

 $                  300.00

 $              2,800.00

100.4380.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                   500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                          -  

100.4380.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $                1,750.00

 $                  500.00

 $              2,250.00

 

Solid Waste

 

 

 

100.4720.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           161,055.00

 $                (200.00)

 $         160,855.00

100.4720.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $           158,870.00

 $             (3,000.00)

 $         155,870.00

100.4720.090

Social Security

 $             19,171.00

 $                  150.00

 $           19,321.00

100.4720.091

Medicare Tax

 $                4,496.00

 $                    25.00

 $              4,521.00

100.4720.100

Retirement

 $                8,215.00

 $                    25.00

 $              8,240.00

100.4720.101

401K

 $                   970.00

 $                  (65.00)

 $                 905.00

100.4720.250

Auto Supplies

 $             78,350.00

 $              7,000.00

 $           85,350.00

100.4720.260

Departmental Supplies

 $                5,500.00

 $                  200.00

 $              5,700.00

100.4720.290`

Miscellaneous Expense

 $                1,325.00

 $                  500.00

 $              1,825.00

100.4720.311

Training

 $                   200.00

 $                (200.00)

 $                          -  

100.4720.320

Telephone

 $                6,500.00

 $                  600.00

 $              7,100.00

100.4720.330

Utilities

 $             10,000.00

 $                  200.00

 $           10,200.00

100.4720.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $             47,500.00

 $            10,000.00

 $           57,500.00

100.4720.352

Maint. & Repairs Buildings

 $                1,500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              1,000.00

100.4720.370

Advertising

 $                   250.00

 $                (150.00)

 $                 100.00

 

Planning

 

 

 

100.4910.250

Auto Supplies

 $                9,000.00

 $                  700.00

 $              9,700.00

100.4910.310

Travel

 $                2,370.00

 $                (800.00)

 $              1,570.00

100.4910.311

Training

 $                3,950.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              3,450.00

 

Special Appropriations

 

 

 

100.4931.001

Ag. Advisory Committee

 $                5,000.00

 $             (5,000.00)

 $                          -  

100.4931.003

Town of Danbury

 $             25,000.00

 $          (25,000.00)

 $                          -  

 

Cooperative Extension

 

 

 

100.4950.250

Auto Supplies

 $                   490.00

 $                  100.00

 $                 590.00

100.4950.320

Telephone

 $                5,000.00

 $                (200.00)

 $              4,800.00

100.4950.321

Postage

 $                   500.00

 $                (200.00)

 $                 300.00

100.4950.350

Maint. & Repairs Equipment

 $                   500.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                          -  

100.4950.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $           150,570.00

 $          (10,000.00)

 $         140,570.00

 

Natural Resources

 

 

 

100.4960.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             59,387.00

 $                  100.00

 $           59,487.00

100.4960.180

Professional Services

 $                5,850.00

 $                (200.00)

 $              5,650.00

100.4960.250

Auto Supplies

 $                   500.00

 $                  500.00

 $              1,000.00

100.4960.320

Telephone

 $                   700.00

 $                (500.00)

 $                 200.00

100.4960.321

Postage

 $                   600.00

 $                  100.00

 $                 700.00

 

Health Department

 

 

 

100.5100.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           677,468.00

 $             (7,500.00)

 $         669,968.00

100.5100.081

On Call Pay

 $                1,300.00

 $                  500.00

 $              1,800.00

100.5100.320

Telephone

 $             26,000.00

 $              4,000.00

 $           30,000.00

100.5100.321

Postage

 $                5,650.00

 $              1,000.00

 $              6,650.00

100.5100.330

Utilities

 $             10,000.00

 $                  500.00

 $           10,500.00

100.5100.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $                   550.00

 $              1,000.00

 $              1,550.00

100.5100.490

Dues & Subscriptions

 $                2,500.00

 $                  500.00

 $              3,000.00

 

Home Health

 

 

 

100.5190.081

On Call Pay

 $             14,150.00

 $                  500.00

 $           14,650.00

100.5190.090

Social Security

 $             21,875.00

 $                (300.00)

 $           21,575.00

100.5190.091

Medicare Tax

 $                5,519.00

 $                (200.00)

 $              5,319.00

100.5190.180

Professional Services

 $           115,000.00

 $              6,000.00

 $         121,000.00

100.5190.250

Auto Supplies

 $             10,600.00

 $                  500.00

 $           11,100.00

 

King Clinic

 

 

 

100.5191.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             73,631.00

 $          (25,000.00)

 $           48,631.00

100.5191.030

Salaries & Wages-Permanent P/T

 $                2,374.00

 $                  600.00

 $              2,974.00

100.5191.090

Social Security

 $                4,694.00

 $             (2,000.00)

 $              2,694.00

100.5191.091

Medicare Tax

 $                1,098.00

 $                (400.00)

 $                 698.00

100.5191.100

Retirement

 $                3,725.00

 $             (1,500.00)

 $              2,225.00

100.5191.101

401K

 $                   733.00

 $                (450.00)

 $                 283.00

100.5191.110

Group Insurance

 $                5,524.00

 $             (2,300.00)

 $              3,224.00

100.5191.111

Dental Insurance

 $                   352.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                 252.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Environmental Health

 

 

 

100.5192.000

Salaries & Wages

 $           198,452.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $         197,452.00

100.5192.101

401K

 $                   965.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                 865.00

100.5192.110

Group Insurance

 $             17,457.00

 $                  600.00

 $           18,057.00

100.5192.111

Dental Insurance

 $                1,326.00

 $                    50.00

 $              1,376.00

100.5192.250

Auto Supplies

 $                2,750.00

 $                  200.00

 $              2,950.00

100.5192.321

Postage

 $                   700.00

 $                  200.00

 $                 900.00

100.5192.340

Printing

 $                   285.00

 $                  200.00

 $                 485.00

100.5192.510

Equipment

 $             18,600.00

 $             (1,990.00)

 $           16,610.00

100.5192.511

Equipment-Non Capitalized

 $              (2,610.00)

 $              2,610.00

 $                          -  

 

Social Services

 

 

 

100.5310.083

CAP-C & CAP-DA

 $             30,500.00

 $              2,000.00

 $           32,500.00

100.5310.090

Social Security

 $             94,536.00

 $             (4,500.00)

 $           90,036.00

100.5310.091

Medicare Tax

 $             22,062.00

 $             (1,000.00)

 $           21,062.00

100.5310.100

Retirement

 $             76,651.00

 $                (800.00)

 $           75,851.00

100.5310.101

401K

 $             13,162.00

 $             (3,000.00)

 $           10,162.00

100.5310.110

Group Insurance

 $           177,167.00

 $             (4,000.00)

 $         173,167.00

100.5310.111

Dental Insurance

 $             13,500.00

 $                (350.00)

 $           13,150.00

100.5310.188

Professional Services-Attorney

 $             60,000.00

 $              6,000.00

 $           66,000.00

100.5310.315

Title XIX Travel

 $           295,000.00

 $              4,000.00

 $         299,000.00

100.5310.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $                3,500.00

 $              1,000.00

 $              4,500.00

100.5310.430

Rental of Equipment

 $                   750.00

 $                  100.00

 $                 850.00

 

Public Assistance

 

 

 

100.5420.000

State/County Special Assistance

 $           320,673.00

 $            50,000.00

 $         370,673.00

100.5450.000

Medicaid Program Cost

 $        2,266,230.00

 $          125,000.00

 $      2,391,230.00

100.5470.000

Title IV-E Adoption Assistance

 $             39,262.00

 $            10,300.00

 $           49,562.00

 

Veteran Services

 

 

 

100.5820.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             16,836.00

 $              3,200.00

 $           20,036.00

100.5820.090

Social Security

 $                1,050.00

 $                  250.00

 $              1,300.00

100.5820.091

Medicare Tax

 $                   245.00

 $                    60.00

 $                 305.00

100.5820.100

Retirement

 $                   747.00

 $                  425.00

 $              1,172.00

 

Day Care

 

 

 

100.5850.000

Adult Day Care

 $                4,830.00

 $              2,800.00

 $              7,630.00

100.5850.002

Regular Day Care

 $        1,199,388.00

 $          150,000.00

 $      1,349,388.00

 

Senior Services

 

 

 

100.5860.030

Salaries & Wages-P/Time

 $             21,828.00

 $              1,500.00

 $           23,328.00

100.5860.090

Social Security

 $                8,243.00

 $                  180.00

 $              8,423.00

100.5860.091

Medicare Tax

 $                1,928.00

 $                    60.00

 $              1,988.00

100.5860.100

Retirement

 $                5,526.00

 $                  125.00

 $              5,651.00

100.5860.101

401K

 $                   510.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 560.00

100.5860.220

Food & Provision

 $           160,015.00

 $             (1,440.00)

 $         158,575.00

100.5860.250

Auto Supplies

 $                2,963.00

 $                (500.00)

 $              2,463.00

100.5860.290

Miscellaneous Expense

 $                2,989.00

 $             (1,700.00)

 $              1,289.00

100.5860.311

Training

 $                   400.00

 $                    25.00

 $                 425.00

100.5860.312

Transportation

 $             47,500.00

 $             (5,000.00)

 $           42,500.00

100.5860.440

Misc. Contractual Services

 $             68,900.00

 $              5,000.00

 $           73,900.00

100.5860.511

Equipment Non Capitalized

 $                            -  

 $              1,700.00

 $              1,700.00

 

Forsyth Tech

 

 

 

100.592.250

Auto Supplies

 $                1,000.00

 $                  500.00

 $              1,500.00

100.5920.320

Telephone

 $                3,000.00

 $                  100.00

 $              3,100.00

100.5920.351

Maint. & Repairs Auto

 $                   300.00

 $                (100.00)

 $                 200.00

 

Parks

 

 

 

100.6121.090

Social Security

 $                   255.00

 $                  150.00

 $                 405.00

100.6121.091

Medicare Tax

 $                     60.00

 $                    50.00

 $                 110.00

100.6121.250

Auto Supplies

 $                   700.00

 $                  200.00

 $                 900.00

100.6121.330

Utilities

 $                1,700.00

 $                  250.00

 $              1,950.00

100.6121.353

Maint. & Repairs Grounds

 $                2,600.00

 $                (650.00)

 $              1,950.00

 

Arts Council

 

 

 

100.6150.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             64,100.00

 $                (300.00)

 $           63,800.00

100.6150.020

Salaries & Wages-Part Time

 $                   500.00

 $                    30.00

 $                 530.00

 

Debt Services

 

 

 

100.9100.730

Install. Loan Jail & Dss Principle

 $           188,130.50

 $                      0.50

 $         188,131.00

100.9100.740

Install. Loan Jail & Dss Interest

 $             30,980.00

 $                     (0.50)

 $           30,979.50

 

 

 CURRENT 

 

 

Account

ACCOUNT

 BUDGETED

 INCREASE

 AS

Number

DESCRIPTION

 AMOUNT

 (DECREASE)

 AMENDED

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

 

Contingency

 

 

 

100.9910.000

Contingency

 $             29,175.00

 $          (29,175.00)

 $                          -  

100.9910.500

Fuel Contingency

 $             22,250.00

 $          (22,250.00)

 $                          -  

100.9910.700

Economic Development Contingency

 $             12,750.00

 $          (12,750.00)

 $                          -  

 

 

 

 

 

100.9820.960

Transfer to Capital Reserve

 $                            -  

 $            50,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND

 $     14,396,071.50

 $          311,140.00

 $   14,657,211.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

E911 FUND

 

 

 

200.4325.000

Salaries & Wages

 $             14,779.00

 $                    25.00

 $           14,804.00

200.4325.260

Departmental Supplies

 $                1,000.00

 $                  (25.00)

 $                 975.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL E911 FUND

 $             15,779.00

 $                           -  

 $           15,779.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

 

 

 

201.4950.009

Ag Advisory Committee

 $                5,000.00

 $              5,000.00

 $           10,000.00

201.4920.027

Town of Danbury

 $                            -  

 $            25,000.00

 $           25,000.00

201.4310.001

Sheriff's Department

 $                            -  

 $            20,000.00

 $           20,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

 $                5,000.00

 $            50,000.00

 $           55,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVALUATION FUND

 

 

 

202.4140.250

Auto Supplies

 $                1,000.00

 $                  500.00

 $              1,500.00

202.4140.340

Printing

 $                1,000.00

 $                (900.00)

 $                 100.00

202.4140.490

Dues & Subscriptions

 $                1,000.00

 $                  400.00

 $              1,400.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL REVALUATION FUND

 $                3,000.00

 $                           -  

 $              3,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRANT FUND

 

 

 

203.4330.311

Training

 $                            -  

 $                  600.00

 $                 600.00

203.4330.510

Equipment

 $                            -  

 $            51,000.00

 $           51,000.00

203.4330.511

Equipment Non Capitalized

 $             22,066.00

 $            16,000.00

 $           38,066.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GRANT FUND

 $             22,066.00

 $            67,600.00

 $           89,666.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regional Sewer Fund

 

 

 

501.7140.310

Training

 $                   500.00

 $                  125.00

 $                 625.00

501.7140.320

Telephone

 $                2,000.00

 $                (125.00)

 $              1,875.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL REGIONAL SEWER FUND

 $                2,500.00

 $                           -  

 $              2,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVENUES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL FUND

 

 

 

100.3301.217

IV-E Adoption

 $                            -  

 $            10,300.00

 $           10,300.00

100.3301.223

Medicaid Transportation

 $           100,000.00

 $          125,000.00

 $         225,000.00

100.3301.208

Day Care

 $        1,454,118.00

 $          150,000.00

 $      1,604,118.00

100.3431.421

School Resource Officer BOE

 $           214,538.00

 $            20,000.00

 $         234,538.00

100.3472.000

Solid Waste Fees

 $             90,000.00

 $              3,040.00

 $           93,040.00

100.3301.202

DSS Federal

 $        1,824,223.00

 $              1,519.00

 $      1,825,742.00

100.3301.203

DSS State

 $           373,481.00

 $              1,281.00

 $         374,762.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND

 $        4,056,360.00

 $          311,140.00

 $      4,367,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

 

 

 

201.3981.000

Transfer from General Fund

 $           100,032.00

 $            50,000.00

 $         150,032.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

 $           100,032.00

 $            50,000.00

 $         150,032.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRANT FUND

 

 

 

203.3301.257

Homeland Security Grant

 $             53,500.00

 $            67,600.00

 $         121,100.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL GRANT FUND

 $             53,500.00

 $            67,600.00

 $         121,100.00

 

 

            The Board discussed the following regarding Budget Ordinance Amendment #85:

 

·        Superior Court -Juvenile Detention

·        Public Buildings – Utilities

·        Jail – Food & Provisions

·        Jail – Misc. Expense Board of Prisoners

·        Jail – Part Time Salaries & Wages

·        Medical Examiner

·        Contingency -Economic Development

·        Contingency – Fuel

·        Medicaid

·        Ways to conserve funding

·        Total increase to Fiscal Year 2006-07 Budget = $311,140.00

 

The Board unanimously agreed to request Finance Director Edwards to transfer $12,750

 

from Economic Development Contingency into Capital Reserve Fund instead of using the

 

funding to balance the current fiscal year budget as long as the $12,750 can be allocated from

 

other funding – not from Contingency or Fund Balance.

 

Alleviation of Office Space Problems through Office Relocations

 

            Agenda Item tabled until after Fiscal Year Budget 2007-08 is finalized.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT – GOVERNING BODY – ACTION AGENDA

 

District Committee- Appointments

 

            Clerk to the Board Darlene Bullins presented all the nominations and applicants for the

 

District Committee Appointments:

 

(Clerk Bullins presented a map identifying the location of each individual)

Republican Executive Committee

Brandon Hooker-Lawsonville–Peters Creek Township

James Burrow – King-Yadkin Township

Billy Joyce - Walnut Cove – Meadows Township

Don Purdy - Walnut Cove –Beaver Island Township

Louis Vaden – Westfield-Quaker Gap Township

 

Democrat Executive Committee

Ricky Woods-Sandy Ridge-Snow Creek Township

Mike Pell - WestfieldQuaker Gap Township

Dr. Mark Johnson - King –Yadkin Township

Jerry Mitchell- Walnut Cove-Meadows Township

Keith Robertson-Walnut Cove-Sauratown Township

 

Board of Education

Reba Elliott - King –Dem-Yadkin Township

Colon Moore-King –Rep-Yadkin Township

Jerry Rothrock-Dem -Walnut Cove-Sauratown Township

Virginia Smith – Rep - Walnut Cove-Sauratown Township

Jan Culler - King –Rep -Yadkin Township

 

Interested Citizens

Colon Moore - King – Rep – Yadkin Township

Sherry Varillas -Walnut Cove –UNA – Beaver Island Township

Donald Ray Cassidy - Madison -Dem-Beaver Island Township

 

                Board of Commissioners Recommendations

                Leonard Hicks -UNA – Madison – Beaver Island Township

                 C. Arzell Montgomery – Rep -Walnut Cove – Sauratown Township

                 Jasper Dean Slate – Dem – Germanton – Meadows Township

                 Steven Jessup – Dem- Westfield - Big Creek Township

                 Jimmy Boyles – Rep -Big Creek Township

                 Mary Jo Hanes – Rep - Danbury -Township

 

            Clerk Bullins noted that Mary Jo Hanes resided in the Snow Creek Township instead

 

of the Danbury Township.

 

Commissioner Lankford requested to replace the nomination of Mary Jo Hanes with

 

Elmer Manuel of Danbury Township

 

            The Board discussed the nominations.

           

Chairman Inman entertained a motion regarding appointments to the District

 

Committee.

 

            Commissioner Carroll moved to appoint the following to serve on the District

 

Committee:

           

·        Brandon Hooker – Peters Creek Township– Republican

·        Elmer Manuel – Danbury Township – Republican

·        Leonard Hicks – Beaver Island Township - Unaffiliated

 

Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Commissioner Lankford moved to appoint the following to serve on the District

 

Committee:

 

·        Billy Joyce – Meadows Township – Republican

·        Ricky Woods – Snow Creek Township – Democrat

·        Jerry Rothrock – Sauratown Township- Democrat

·        Louis Vaden – Quaker Gap Township- Republican

 

Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Commissioner Smith moved to appoint the following to serve on the District

 

Committee:

 

·        Steven Jessup – Big Creek Township – Democrat

·        Dr. Mark Johnson – Yadkin Township - Democrat

 

            Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

            Clerk Bullins requested direction from the Board regarding the next steps for the 

 

District Committee.

 

            The Board discussed the future role of the District Committee. 

 

            Commissioner Carroll noted the following:

 

·        Next Step is to consult with the County Attorney to make sure all options are clearly laid out  that need to be explored and what is possible under the law (preferably after the budget has been adopted)

·        Meet with the members to explain the Board’s wishes and charge committee members with their responsibilities

 

Chairman Inman directed the Clerk to place the item on the Discussion Agenda after

 

consultation with the County Attorney.

 

Appointments

 

Stokes County Adult Care Home Advisory Committee

 

            Commissioner Lankford nominated Mary Jo Hanes to serve on the Stokes County

 

Adult Care Home Advisory Committee.  Ms. Hanes can be considered at the June 25th meeting.

 

Stokes County Department of Social Services Board

 

            Chairman Inman noted that Ms. Linda Hicks was nominated at the May 14th meeting.

 

Chairman Inman also noted that Ms. Kelley Mizelle had submitted an application for

 

consideration to serve on the DSS Board.

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion.

 

            Commissioner Carroll moved to appoint Ms. Linda Hicks to serve on the DSS Board.

 

Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Contracts

 

Construction and Debris Bids

 

            County Manager Bryan Steen (as requested by the Board at the May 29th meeting)

 

submitted the following information regarding a cost estimate for County Operated C& D Solid

 

Waste Services for Stokes County:

 

The following figures are estimates for the provision of this service based on the belief that two full-time employees will be needed to provide service for C&D Materials and Recyclables.  Estimate three to four C&D hauls per day to Hanes Mill facility and one to two Recyclable hauls from the various county convenience sites to a Winston-Salem facility if we are able to contract with them for final disposal.

 

 

Vehicles (1 New Truck and 1 Used Truck)                                           $230,000

* Takes 6 to 9 months for delivery of new truck

Vehicle Insurance                                                                                     $4,968

 

Tires                                                                                                         $2,000

 

Vehicle Maintenance                                                                                 $7,500

 

Fuel (Est. 300 miles per day, 3.5 miles per gallon, 86 gallons a day)

        (260 days per year, $2.50 per gallon)                                             $55,900

 

Uniforms and Safety Shoes                                                                          $728

 

Salaries and Worker Comp. Ins.                                                             $61,644

 

Containers:

40 Yard C&D Roll Off (5 Boxes @ $5,500)                                          $27,500

 

Recyclable Boxes (12 Boxes @ $8,500)                                              $102,000

  • Currently have 12 Boxes provided by Waste Management

 

Total Estimated Start Up Cost                                                          $492,240

 

Annual Recurring Operational Cost                                                       $132,740

 

Estimated Equipment Lifecycles:  five years for new truck, five years for used truck, five years for C&D boxes and eight to ten years for Recycle boxes.

 

 

Using current container pull history of 829 pulls X $165.00,      

For new contract pull price                                                                     $136,785

And loss of Recyclables Reimbursement according to new contract           $24,000

Cost of current service with Waste Management would be                      $160,785 a year

 

Estimated Annual County Operation Cost                                             -$132,740

 

Operational savings would be                                                        $28,045

 

Savings X 5 years = $140,225

 

It will take five years savings of $140,225 plus additional $42,275 to replace equipment on five year estimated life cycle, estimated cost of $182,500: truck and C&D Boxes.

 

This doesn’t include replacement of Recycle Boxes, inflation and fuel cost fluctuations.

 

 

Support Services Supervisor Danny Stovall reiterated the following information

 

regarding the Construction and Debris Bid submitted by Waste Management:

(No bid responses were received from Waste Industries and Republic Waste Services)

 

o       Waste Management proposed the following:

§         $165 per haul plus disposal costs (old haul rate $123.00)

§         C&D will be disposed of at Hanes Mill Landfill

§         No revenues will be returned to the County from the sale of recyclables- projected loss of $24,000 from recycling revenues

§         All equipment container and truck damage due to negligence on the County’s part will be billed at $65 per hour plus cost of parts associated with repair

§         C&D container rental rate - $75 per month per box

§         No rental fee for recycling boxes

§         Beginning July 1, 2008 and each year thereafter, the contract haul rate will be increased per CPI index for all consumers

 

The Board discussed the information presented by Manager Steen, options to consider

 

in house operation for hauling recyclable materials and construction/demolition debris, and the

 

proposed bid received from Waste Management (34% increase).  Manager Steen reiterated

 

issues to consider regarding in house operation:

 

·        Cost of two new full time positions

·        Estimated start up cost of $492,240

·        Consider acquiring containers in the near future instead of renting containers

·        Current Site locations possibly being too small to add additional containers

·        Vendors to contract with for selling of recyclables

·        Estimated annual recurring county operational cost = $132,740

·        Additional cost for replacement of recycle boxes, truck, C&D Boxes, etc.

·        Inflation and fuel cost fluctuations

 

            The Board unanimously agreed to place a 60-day termination clause in the proposed

 

contract with Waste Management.

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion regarding the proposed C&D Bid.

 

            Commissioner Carroll moved to approve the three-year contract to include a 60-day

 

termination clause with Waste Management for hauling of recycling materials and C&D

 

Debris from Collection Sites in Stokes County.

 

            Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

The Board directed Manager Steen to begin looking at the possibility of purchasing

 

boxes in the future instead of renting from Waste Management.

 

Insurance Renewal – Worker’s Compensation, Liability, Property and Auto

 

Support Services Supervisor Danny Stovall reiterated the following information

 

regarding the upcoming fiscal year 2007-08 insurance renewals for Worker’s Compensation,

 

Liability, Property, and Auto with the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners

 

Joint Risk Management Agency presented at the May 29th meeting:

 

o       Fiscal Year 2007-08 Worker’s Compensation premium will increase by 6%

o       Fiscal Year 2007-08 Liability, Property, and Auto premium will decrease by 9%

o       Premiums due will reflect a 3% or $17,552 net decrease

 

F/Year

F/Year

 

 

 

2007-08

2006-07

Difference

 

Worker's Compensation

 $243,081.00

 $229,639.00

  $13,442.00

 

Liability, Property & Auto

 $322,187.00

 $353,181.00

 ($30,994.00)

 

Multi-Pool Discounts

 ($13,200.00)

 ($13,200.00)

 

 

Totals

 $552,068.00

 $569,620.00

 ($17,552.00)

savings

o       Noted the savings is being seen from the installation of deer guards on the front of patrol vehicles

 

The Board discussed the proposed insurance renewals.

 

Chairman Inman entertained a motion regarding the Fiscal Year 2007-08 Worker’s

 

Compensation, Liability, Property, and Auto renewals.

 

            Commissioner Lankford moved to approve the County continue Worker’s

 

Compensation, General Liability, Property, and Auto insurance coverage with the North

 

Carolina Association of County Commissioners Joint Risk Management Agency for fiscal year

 

2007-08.

 

            Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

 

Transportation Contract – Fiscal Year 2007-08 YVEDDI and JD Cruises

 

Support Services Supervisor Danny Stovall reiterated the following information

 

regarding fiscal year 2007-08 Transportation contracts presented by the May 29th meeting:

 

o       Transportation Services will be allocated  using an approximate 60/40 ratio of contracted effort between YVEDDI and J.D. Cruises with YVEDDI receiving approximately 60% and J.D. Cruises the remaining 40%

o       The 60% share for YVEDDI will ensure their continued viability as the Lead

Transportation Agency and ensure the County receives its full share of State and Federal funds allocated for transportation services

o       YVEDDI = $1.10 per vehicle mile with fuel surcharge

o       J D Cruises = $1.19 per vehicle mile with fuel surcharge

o       One year term (July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008) with option to renew

 

The Board discussed the proposed contracts submitted by YVEDDI and JD Cruises to

 

provide transportation services for Social Services and Senior Services.

 

Chairman Inman entertained a motion regarding Transportation Contracts for Fiscal

 

Year 2007-08.

 

Vice Chairman Walker moved to approve the following contracts for transportation

 

services for Social Services and Senior Services:

 

·        Yadkin Valley Economic Development District Inc (YVEDDI)

·        JD Cruises Transportation Services Inc.

 

Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

(Executed copies will be retained by the Clerk to the Board)

 

 

 

Telephone System Bids

 

Support Services Supervisor Danny Stovall reiterated the following information

 

regarding replacement of telephone equipment for the Stokes County Government Center

 

Complex, Community Services Building and Arts Council presented at the May 29th meeting:

 

 

 

o       The following proposals need to be declared non-responsive bids and be rejected:

Company

Amount

 

Versa Technologies

 $3,513.56

 Toshiba system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,163.30

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,799.11

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

CCI Telecom

 $3,458.40

 Toshiba system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

CCI Telecom

 $4,137.95

Avaya system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following Rental Agreements met RFP requirements:

 

Company

Amount

 

Inter-Tel

 $3,609.08

Inter-Tel system

Winston Salem

 

60 month rental with 24/7/365 maintenance

 

 

1 party agreement

CCI Telecom

 $3,995.00

 Toshiba system

Statesville

 

60 month rental with 24/7/365 maintenance

 

 

1 party agreement

CCI Telecom

 $5,467.62

Avaya system

Statesville

 

60 month rental with 24/7/365 maintenance

 

 

1 party agreement

 

 

            The Board continued discussion regarding bids received for telephone services and

 

equipment.

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion to declare the following bids non-responsive and

 

be rejected:

 

Company

Amount

 

Versa Technologies

 $3,513.56

 Toshiba system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,163.30

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,799.11

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

CCI Telecom

 $3,458.40

 Toshiba system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

CCI Telecom

 $4,137.95

Avaya system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Vice Chairman Walker moved to declare the following bids non-responsive and be

rejected:

 

Company

Amount

 

Versa Technologies

 $3,513.56

 Toshiba system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,163.30

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

Teledata Services

 $6,799.11

 Coral system

Winston Salem

 

 3rd party lease on equipment

 

 

 Separate service contract with branch office

CCI Telecom

 $3,458.40

 Toshiba system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

CCI Telecom

 $4,137.95

Avaya system

Statesville

 

 60-month fair market value lease

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion regarding telephone services for the County.

           

            Vice Chairman Walker moved to enter into contract with Inter-Tel of Winston Salem at

 

monthly rate of $3,609.08 to provide telephone services for Stokes County. (60-month rental

 

with 24/7/365 maintenance)

 

            Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Settlement Update – Budget Ordinance Amendment #86

 

            County Attorney Edward Powell presented the Board with the Settlement Agreement

 

and Release with Marlene L. Williams regarding a septic tank issue according to General

 

Statute 143-318.11.  Chairman Inman noted Budget Ordinance Amendment #86 will amend the

 

General Fund for settlement of the issue.

 

To amend the General Fund, the expenditures are to be changed as follows:

 

 

 

Current

 

 

Account

Account

Budgeted

Increase

As

Number

Description

Amount

(Decrease)

Amended

 

Environmental Health

 

 

 

100.5192.290

Miscellaneous Expenses

 

$3,250.00

$3,250.00

 

Health Department

 

 

 

100.5100.000

Salaries & Wages

$124,169.40

$ (3,250.00)

$120,919.40

 

 

$124,169.40

       -0-

$124,169.40

 

This budget amendment is justified as follows:

To transfer funds for the settlement of a septic tank issue.

 

This will result in a net increase of $00.00 in the expenditures and other financial use to the County’s annual budget. 

           

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion.

 

            Commissioner Lankford moved to approve Budget Ordinance Amendment #86.

 

            Vice Chairman Walker seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

           

CLOSED SESSION

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion to enter into Closed Session for the following:

 

  • To consider the initial employment or appointment of an individual to any office or position, other than a vacancy in the Board of County Commissioners or any other public body, or to consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, and fitness of any public officer or employee, other than a member of the Board of Commissioners or of some other public body pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(6)

 

  • To discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the County pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4)

 

Vice Chairman Walker moved to enter into Closed Session for the following:

 

  • To consider the initial employment or appointment of an individual to any office or position, other than a vacancy in the Board of County Commissioners or any other public body, or to consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, and fitness of any public officer or employee, other than a member of the Board of Commissioners or of some other public body pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(6)

 

  • To discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other businesses in the County pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4)

 

Commissioner Smith seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

 

            The Board reconvened to the regular session of the June 11th meeting.

 

 

Public Hearing – Stokes Economic Development Incentive Grant – KobeWeiland

 

            Chairman Inman entertained a motion.

 

            Commissioner Smith moved to schedule a Public Hearing on Monday, June 25th at

 

6:10 pm in the Commissioners’ Chambers to hear citizen input regarding the Stokes County

 

Economic Development Industrial Incentive Grant for KobeWieland Copper Products.

 

            Commissioner Lankford seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

Budget Work Session

 

            Chairman Inman noted the upcoming Budget Work Sessions scheduled for

 

Tuesday and Thursday.

 

            Chairman Inman requested Board members bring items of concern and expectations to

 

the upcoming session on Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

Adjournment

 

There being no further business to come before the Board, Chairman Inman

 

entertained a motion to adjourn the meeting.

 

Vice Chairman Walker moved to adjourn the meeting.   Commissioner Lankford

 

seconded and the motion carried unanimously.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

_________________________                                  _____________________________

Darlene M. Bullins                                                    J. Leon Inman

Clerk to the Board                                                     Chairman