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VEHICLE REQUEST FORM
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3TMENT:
EMS
WARREN COUNTY
VEHICLE REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Velticlc(s) Kc«|ucsl
Fleet Expansion
litll"SizeSUV "I'orAiT
Replacement SN#
iFMYtfizXX X(rtiM207~
Ouick Response Vehicle
Justiftcatii
(mileage, condition, ganAc records)
1999 F«ri| Riptarcr-17M25 mDes^ts Utilized as a
Committee
Recommendation
Response Vehicle and StafT vehicle for EMS
personnel Tor scene response (medical, trauma, fire,
Sclup
etc.) and other department operations as required
Recommend this vehicle to be equipped with the
necessary medical equipment to triage and treat the
pattent(s) accordingly prior to an EMS Unit arrival
per NCOEMS compliance as a permitted (QRV) -
Quick Response Vehicle
This vehicle will serve multi-missions as assigned
by the Emergency Services Director and/or Incident
Commander (IB: Search Operations. Mass Causality
Incidents. f;irc Scene Responses, Mass Gatherings.
etc.)
BUDGET LINE ITEM INFORMATION!
Account Number
4370-5540-00_
.
Amount:
35.000.00
4370-5239.00
5.500.00
4370-5259-00
4370-5250-01
4370-55SQ.Q?_
. _. 4370-5261-00
4370-5321-09
4370-5352-00
4370-5391-00
1.050.00
_„
7.435,00
50.500.00
(Vehicles)
(Amb Sunn)
f Vch Tax/Tag
(Cas/Veh)
fEiq. Cap)
12.935.00 ^(Non, Cap)
515.00 (Unifortns)
145.00 fTclc/Ccin
3.500.00 f Radio Ren/Tnins)
75.001Advcrfisinc)
Totai Cost of Kcques((s):
S
H6.605.0Q
Will lhc County receive nny reimbursement (revenues) Tor rcqucst(s)?
amount. Revenue Imcitam//: Medicaid Reimbursement Fnmuiln
Submitted by:
Yes. If so, please identify the source, the revenue line item, and the
Revenue Amount:
Dale:
Minimnl
'ShultO
3/14/2010
Proposal for QVR with Equipment and Supplies
Budget #
Description
Estimated Cost
5212-00
Safety Helmet x2
300.00
5212-00
Safety doves x2 pr
125.00
5212-00
Safety Vest x 2
90.00
51S.00
f
5239-00
Jump Bag / Supplies
5239-00
Pressure Reducer Reg.
5239-00
Pedi-Traction
175.00
5239-00
Adult-Traction
175.00
5239-00
Spine Boards x 3
500.00
5239-00
Spine Boards Straps x3
216.00
5239-00
Cervical Collars /WCase
125.00
5239-00
Head Immobilization
5239-00
Extrication Straps
125.00
5239-00
Misc. 02 Supplies
500.00
100.00
5239-00
Misc Suction Supplies
5239-00
Tube Flowmeter x2
5239-00
QutckTrac (Adult/Child)
150.00
25.00
300.00
5239-00
5 pc Bloodpressure Kit
150.00
5239-00
Thermometer w/Supplies
250.00
5239-00
Intubation Kit w/Supplies
250.00
225.00
5239-00
Ultra Sof Box
5239-00
Misc Medications
5239-00
Pediatric Pack w/Supplies
5239-00
Misc. Supplies
5250-01
Chargeable Flashlight
125.00
5250-01
Fire Extinguisher
50.00
1,000.00
275.00
1,000.00
5,541.00
5250-01
Binoculars
100.00
5250-01
Fuel doves x lpr
25.00
5250-01
Jumper Cables
5250-01
Fuel& Service 9 mons.
5250-01
Tools - Hammer, Etc.
100.00
6,500.00
100.00
7,000.00
5259-00
Vehicle Tax/ Tag / Reg.
5261-00
Soft Stretcher / Urge
5261-00
Ambulance Cot
5261-00
Stair Chair
5261-00
KED
125.00
150.00
1,050.00
1,050.00
/0N
275.00
2,200.00
5261-00
Adult Frac-Pak
5261-00
Child Frac Pak
135.00
5261-00
Pedi Immobilizer
250.00
5261-00
CPAP w/Duffle Kit
5261-00
Transport Ventilator
5261-00
EZ10 Drill & Supplies
1,800.00
1,750.00
750.00
7,435.00
5321-09
Cell Phone x 9 mons.
145.00
145.00
5352-00
Radio Sys.
5391-00
Advertising For Bids
5540-00
Vehicle
3,500.00
3,500.00
75.00
75.00
76,000.00
76,000.00
5550-03
Zoll E Series w/Supplies
30,000.00
5550*03
Auto Pulse w/Supplies
15,000.00
5550-03
Computer & Accessories
5,500.00
50,500.00
151,761.00
151,761.00
GROUND & NON-TRANSPORT
VEHICLE INSPECTION REPORT
Offittof tmersrnc? Medical Stnittt
] TOT Mail SrrrinCrnltr
Dale:
Location:
PROVIDER INFORMATION
VEHICLE INFORMATION
Provider Name:
Sysicm Affiliation:.
Operational Level:
YIN:
Current Permit
EMT
EMT-I
EMT-P
Manufacturer:
Inspection Type:
Fuel Type:
Gas
Diesel
Ground _ Non-Transport
b'ae Only. Height:
Ground Vehicle Inspection
Mandatory Items:
Vehicle Bod)' & Function
__ Appropriate Restraints for crew & nunPoileot Passenger
Warning Devices (Lights & Siren)
Two-Way Radio in front & radio control
Device Mounted in Patleat Compartmen
Interior Dimension* (mto. 48" X102")
_ Wheeled Cot w/ Securing Straps
__ 02 Cylinder /Regulator (Portable)
Suction Device w/Tobing (Portable)
BV Mask Adull & Child w/4 Sbes Mask
Dcflbrlliator w/Adnll & Ped. Pads
' SphygmomanonteKr (culls & devices) for
Pediatric Normal Adult & Adult Large)
Adult Stethoscope
Heating & Cooling Source
.Patient compartment lighting
Mandatory at the Discretion of
Medical Director for BLS Providers
Adult Blind Insertion Airway Device
Beta-agonists (Aibuterol, etc)
Nebulizer
Aspirin
__ Epintphrine Auto Injector
Nflrogiycerin
Naloione
Nasal Admiotnroilon Device
For ham reaulrine specific sk.es. a 2m.
deduction should be nitwit for eocft tits
wifo/wp or 15 ntSr for entire item ttihsitte.
Fifteen Point Deduction:
Long Backboard
^_ Three (3) Backboard Straps or Equivalent
_ Stair Cbair of Folding Stretcher
__ Head Immobilization Device
Cervical Spine Immobilization Device
(Small, Medium,* Large)
_ Pediatric Spinal Immobilization Extrication
Device or Short Backboard w/Straps
, Adult Spinal Immobilization Extrication
Device or Short Backboard w/Streps
Adutt Femur Traction Splint
Upper 4 Lower Extremity Immobilization
Device
Oiopkarvngeal Airwa> '$ Kit (0,1.2.3,4,5)
NPA Kb (14.18.20.22.24.26.28.30.32)
Nasal Cannula (Adult & Pediatric)
Kon-Retncather w/Tubing (Adult & Ped)
Otygen Tubing
.omments.
Soft Suciton Cath (One between 6
&I0F. one between 12 &I6F
Rigid Fharyngeal Suction Device
Wide-bore Suction Tubing
EMT-I Inspection
Mandatory Items:
__ Latex Alfcrgy Kit
Mounted Fire Extinguisher
__ Flashlight w.' Extra Batteries
Infectious Control Kits: Masks, Gowns,
Jump Suit, Eye Protection. Shoe Cover
Non-Sterile Gloves
Disposable Biohazard Bags
Disinfecting Hand Wash
Sharps Container (Fixed £ Portable)
Ernests Basin
Urinal
Bed Pan
Nonponus Pillow, towels, & Sheets
Thermal blanket or Other Heat
Conserving Device
Sterile OB Kit
Bulb Syringe (Separate from OB)
BiojcIow Tape or Equivalent
Dressing, Bandages, Roll Gauze, and
Tape
Occlusite Dressing
""' Heavy Dicy Scissors
CT Blades (2.3,4) Curved
(0,1,2.3,4) Straight
ET Handles »7 Extra Batteries.
bulbs
ET Tubes IS thru 7.0 Cuffed
ET Sryleue for all Size Tubes
ET Placement Device
Magitl Forceps
Adull & Pediatric Sizes
Crystalloid solution
Clueagon
IV Cat (14.16.18,20,22,24)
Needles (Various Sizes)
Syringes (1ml, 5ml, & 10ml)
Meconium Aspirator Adaptor
SyrmseOOml. (Non-Luerlock)
capability)
___ Pediatric Femur Traction Splint
Glucose Measuring Device
__ Pulse Ox. w/ Adult & Pediatric Probe)
Hard Copy of Protocol
Disinfectant for Cleaning Equipment.
N-95 or HEPA Masks
Car Seat Available To Restrain
< 40 lbs.
Exterior Cleanliness
Interior Cleanliness
So Point Deduction:
Cellular Phone (Provider Owned)
x2pts=
x3pts=
x)5pis=
TOTAL POINTS:
Inspection Results
Mandatory Items:
Electrodes & 2 Sizes or Pads
Or paddles
^__ Triangular Bandages
Thennomeier (Low Temperature
Misting any mandatory items will
result in Summary Suspension or
refusal of a permit
EMT-P Inspection
Monitor/deflbrillator w/
Equipment Secured in Pi Compartment
following:
__ Acetaminophen
Nitrous Oxide
NSAID (Ibuprofeo, etc.)
IV Arm Board
Lubricating JeOy
Three Point Deductions:
Paramedic Systems must carry
a minimum of 1 ofthe
Total Inspection Scoring
.Glucose Solution
IV Start Kit & Drip Set
Alcohol Wipes
SMART (Triage Tags)
Sterile Saline Solution
Bum Sheet
Coldi Packs
Medications and Fluid kept in climate
controlled environment.
Provider Name on Each Side
Reflective Tape on all 4 Sides
4X4
Length:.
Ramp Inspection requires Maiidatoa hems, Spot Inspection t Full Inspection
Highlighted items are not required for Non-Transport Vehicles
/#*» .
Model Year:
Assigned Vehicle Number:
Pacemaker-External
__ Needle: 3.25" & Large Bore for
Cbest Decompression
Intraosseous Needles (One each
Adull A Pediatric Sizes)
Surgical Cricoihyroldotomy
Ainvav Kit (Required for RSI
PASSED
< 30 points = Satisfactory
30 points = Unsatisfactory
Deficiencies Corrected
During Inspection
1- Approved
I Not Approved
Only)
Numeric/Waveform capnograpny Permit #:
(Reoulred for RSI Ontvl
Expiration:.
Mandatory Items:
_Adenosine
Anti-arrhythmic (Amiodarone.
Udocaree, Procainamlde)
Atropine
Beta Blocbcn (Metoprolol
Labetalol, etc.) or Calcium
Channel Btockere (Dilliazem. etc)
Calcium Chloride/Gtuconate
Narcotic Analgesic
_ FAILED
Z Refusal of a permit
I Failed - Temporary
Z Failed - Suspension Issued
__ Benzodianpine
__ Diphcnhydramlne
Dopamlne
Epinephrine
Sodium Bicarbonate
Compliance Inspection:
Ramp
Provider RepresentativePersonnel. P Number
For SCOr.MS 1 it Onlv:
Inspector:
Date Entered in CIS:.
DHHS'DHSR/EMS 4905
Spot
Level
MR
B
I
P
MR B
I
P
Effective 8/1/05 Rev. L'30'08 W10.1/12/10
Human Resources Request for New or Revised Jobs
FY 2010-11
Department_fJ!flS
Requested bv C. Wright
Request is for Increase in staff by (6) personnel
XXX
Full-time
, Part-time
Hours per week
. Temporary
Months
Please complete one of the following:
Request for New Job:
Proposed Job Title
Six new Intermediate positions
Proposed Salary Grade _2Q
Proposed Hire Date September 1.2010
Request for Revised Job:
Current Job Title
Proposed Job Title
Proposed Salary Grade
Proposed Effective Date
Estimate the other indirect cost related to this request
Salaries - w/overtime, half-time, holiday, continuing education $ 180.4S1.00
PICA, Retirement, Insurance S S4.780.00
Uniforms $
900.00 per employee (6 x 900.00 « $5.400.00)
Office Space $
County Car $ 213.611.00 (Patmtttad ALS Ambulance with exoensas aa required bv NCOEMS)
Computer Equipment $ (5.500.00 within ALS Ambulance Expense)
Other $
1.400.00 per employee- BBP Wear (6x1.400.00 = S 8.400.00)
Total of Request: $ 462.642.00
Will the County receive any revenue in reimbursement for this request?
Source
Line Item #
Amount $
Justification for Request: Answer the following questions and provide information to
justify your request. (Attach additional pages if needed)
Warren County consists of 443*38 square miles, with 428.62 square miles of land
area. Warren County EMS primary response district is estimated at 332.53 square
miles of the 44338 souare miles of Warren County.
assigned to a 24-hour rotation shift to operate a fourth ALS (Advanced Life
Support) EMS unit. This unit will he primary assigned to the Warrenton Base
Station to supplement the one existing ALS unit assigned to that station.
/0
The optimum goal is to have professional medical care at the patient within 8-12
minutes of E-911 activation. With the approval of the expansion of the service to an
fourth ALS unit with personnel should significantly improved the Quality of care of
the sick and injured as provided bv Warren County EMS in meeting the optimum
goal for on scene care.
The addition of the an fourth ALS unit and personnel would increase service
capabilities within the heaviest call volume area of the county. In addition this will
allow the service to support a response request from the outlaying EMS sub-stations
and OVR with an ALS unit as warranted for the emergency.
In addition, within the new Protocols and Procedures (STEMI. Stroke. Pediatric. Trauma
and Burn) implemented in March I. 2010 and approved bv the Warren County EMS
Medical Director and pending approval bv NX. Office of Emergency Medical Service wil|
allow ALS personnel perform invasive care and transport to a flPCI- Percutaneous
Coronary Intervention Capable Hospital. Primary Stroke Center. Pediatric Capable
Hospital and a Designated Trauma Center.) The facilities could be much as a ninety minute
transports time bv a Warren County EMS unit from the patient pickup location to the
delivery at a receiving facility. With this occurrence it could delete one or more ALS unit's
out-of-the service area for another emergency response assignment for three hoiirs.
Department Head Approval
HR
WARREN COUNTY
JOB INFORMATION QUESTIONABLE
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Please complete the following questionnaire for any request for new or revised jobs.
Department
EMS
Requested By
C. Wright
Proposed Job Title EMT-Intermediate
Reports To (Job Title) EMT- Paramedic Supervisor
1.
What is the primary purpose of the job?
An additional crew assign to each shift to provide the work force necessary to
support a fourth ALS unit. Currently EMS has three ALS units in operation
per 24-hour rotation with the assignment of six personnel per shift. The
current proposed concept is relocated two ALS unit(s) and personnel to sub
stations within the county from the Warrenton Base. This proposal is to hire
six additional personnel for the addition of two additional personnel per shift
to support the fourth ALS unit to be assigned to the Warrenton Base site.
2. Will this job supervise any employees in other jobs? (Yes or No)
NO
If yes, list the other jobs that this job will supervise and the number of incumbents
for each job.
3.
List the duties and responsibilities of this job. Include other related information
such as how often the work is done, daily, weekly, monthly, or annually.
NOTE: Question 3- 9 / Can be addressed from the current Warren County
Job Description.
4.
List any decision-making authority that this job will have and give examples.
Job Information Questionnaire
Page 2
5.
List any special license or certification required for this job.
6.
What ievel of education does this job require? (High School Diploma, Associates
Degree, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree) If a degree is required, list major
courses of study that would be acceptable.
7. List the experience required for this job and the number of years required.
8. List any physical requirements for this job. (Sedentary work, light work, medium
work, heavy work, very heavy work.)
9. List any working conditions or occupational exposures that the employee will be
exposed to in this job. (Inside environment, outside environment, hazards such as
exposure to chemicals, or occupational exposure to blood.)
Human Resources Request for New or Revised Jobs
FY 2010-11
Department__EJ_§
Requested bv C. Wright
Request is for Increase in staff by (3) personnel
XXX
Full-time
Part-time
, Temporary
Hours per week
Months
Please complete one of the following:
Request for New Job:
Proposed Job Title
Three new paramedic positions
Proposed Salary Grade _20
Proposed Hire Date September 1.2010
Request for Revised Job:
Current Job Title
Proposed Job Title
Proposed Salary Grade
Proposed Effective Date
Estimate the other indirect cost related to this request:
Salaries - w/overtime, half-time, holiday, continuing education $ 99.844.00
FICA, Retirement, Insurance $ 28.740.00
Uniforms $
900.00 per employee (3 x 900.00 = 2.700.001
Office Space S
County Car $ 116.60S.00 (QRV Expenses related to permitted vehide bv NCOEMS1
Computer Equipment $ (5.500.00 within QVR Expense!
Other $ 1.400,00 per employee- BBP Wear (3 x 1.400.00 « £ 4.200.0M
Total of Request: $ 252.089.00
Will the County receive any revenue in reimbursement for this request?
Source
Line Item #.
Amount $
Justification for Request: Answer the following questions and provide information to
justify your request. (Attach additional pages if needed)
Warren County consists of 44338 square miles* with 428.62 square miles of land
area. Warren County EMS primary response district is estimated at 332.53 square
miles of the 44338 square miles of Warren County.
Warren County EMS proposal is to hire three additional paramedics that would be
assjened to function individually on a 24-hour rotation shift to support the three
ALS (Advanced Life Support) EMS units and six personnel currently assigned to
daily operations.
The optimum goal is to have professional medical care at the patient within 8-12
minutes of E-911 activation. With the expansion of the service to an Quick Response
Vehicle (OVR> with personnel should significantly improved the quality of care of
the sick and injured as provided bv Warren County EMS.
The addition of the OVR and personnel would increase service capabilities for
standby response, inclement weather* mass causality incidents, relocation of
personnel and equipment*
Department Head Approval Mr^^-y
Date
tt
HR
WARREN COUNTY
JOB INFORMATION QUESTIONAIRE
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Please complete the following questionnaire for any request for new or revised jobs.
Department
EMS
Requested By
C. Wright
Proposed Job Title EMT-Paramedic
Reports To (Job Title) EMT- Paramedic Supervisor
1.
What is the primary purpose of the job?
An additional EMT-Paramedic assign to each shift to provide the work force
necessary to support the Quick Response Vehicle (OVR) concept.
Currently EMS has three shifts that work 24-hours per rotation, with the
assignment of six personnel per shift. This request will require the hiring of three
additional EMT-Paramedics to meet the objective of this request.
2.
Will this job supervise any employees in other jobs? (Yes or No)
NO
If yes, list the other jobs that this job will supervise and the number of incumbents
for each job.
3.
List the duties and responsibilities of this job. Include other related information
such as how often the work is done, daily, weekly, monthly, or annually.
NOTE: Question 3- 9 / Can be addressed from the current Warren County
Job Description.
4.
List any decision-making authority that this job will have and give examples.
Job Information Questionnaire
Page 2
5.
List any special license or certification required for this job.
6. What level of education does this job require? (High School Diploma, Associates
Degree, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree) If a degree is required, list major
courses of study that would be acceptable.
7. List the experience required for this job and the number of years required.
8. List any physical requirements for this job. (Sedentary work, light work, medium
work, heavy work, very heavy work.)
9. List any working conditions or occupational exposures that the employee will be
exposed to in this job. (Inside environment, outside environment, hazards such as
exposure to chemicals, or occupational exposure to blood.)
Human Resources Request for New or Revised Jobs
FY 2010-2011
Department EMS
Requested bv C. Wright
Request is for: EMT-P CREW CHIEF POSITIONS
X£
Full-time
Part-time
Hours per week
Temporary
Months
Please complete one of the following:
Request for New Job:
Proposed Job Title
Proposed Salary Grade
Proposed Hire Date
Request for Revised Job:
Current Job Title EMT-Paramedic
Proposed Job Title EMT-P CREW CHIEF
Proposed Salary Grade 21 (3% to 5% Proposed Salary Increase from Grade 20)
Proposed Effective Date
October 1.2010
Estimate the other indirect cost related to this request
Uniforms $
Office Space $
County Car $
Computer Equipment $
Other $
Wili the County receive any revenue in reimbursement for this request? _
Source
Line Item #
Amount $
Justification for Request: Answer the following questions and provide information to
justify your request. (Attach additional pages if needed)
If this request is approved, list the benefits to the Citizens. (Ex: number of citizens
served, additional services provided, provide faster more efficient service, what will be
different?).
If this request is not approved, what is the overall impact to the Citizens? (Ex: impact
to service provided, number of citizens servedjpotential negative complaints)
Department Head Approv^Qj^^Qj^—
Date
HR
WARREN COUNTY
JOB INFORMATION QUESTIONAIRE
FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011
Please complete the following questionnaire for any request for new or revised jobs.
Department
Emergency Medical Services
Requested By C. Wright
Proposed Job Title EMT-Paramedic Crew Chief
Reports To (Job Title) EMT -Paramedic Shift Supervisor
1.
What is the primary purpose of the job?
As an EMT-Paramedic Crew Chief, this individual would assist the EMT-Paramedic Shift
Supervisor in the orientation, training, evaluation of employees, preceptor for advanced skills
evaluation and daily operations requirements of Emergency Medical Services, In the absence of
r
the EMT-Paramedic Shift Supervisor, this individual would have the responsibility in ensuring
the shift is adequate staff and daily operational procedures is perform to policies and procedures.
This request is necessitated bv the expansion of the service from one central base to multiple
locations within the county. In addition, this will provide additional leadership capabilities in the
absence of the assign EMT-Paramedic Shift Supervisor.
2. Will this job supervise any employees in other jobs? (Yes or No)
YES
If yes,
list the other jobs that this job will supervise and the number of incumbents for each job.
This employee would assist as a precentor with the Advance Life Support students from the
Community College that reauire clinical hour's completion within Emergency Medical Services.
3.
List the duties and responsibilities of this job. Include other related information such as
how often the work is done, daily, weekly, monthly, or annually.
'Responsible for the leadership of the shift.
• Maintains/demonstrates technical and functional skills pertinent to ore-hospital care.
• Assist with scheduling of operational employees to ensure optimum staffing.
* Confers with off going and on coming shifts regarding equipment status and general
issues.
»Coaches and develops employees through counseling, encouraging educational
developmental activities, monitoring progress, and providing constructive feedback.
»Ensures that the equipment and ambulances are maintained in a state of operational
readiness.
»Participates as a member of the incident command team on general emergencies and
mass casualty Incidents.
* Responsible for ensuring employees are performing in accordance with established
treatment protocols.
* Provides or supervises the administration of emergency medical care on the scene of
emergency and non-emeroencv calls.
«Assists the EMT-Paramedic Shift Supervisor with inventory, record keeping, vehicle
and equipment maintenance, uniforms and special protects.
* Performs related work as required.
4.
List any decision-making authority that this job will have and give examples.
* Considerable knowledge of advanced emergency medical procedures, protocols and
techniques.
«Considerable knowledge of equipment and supplies employed in the emergency care
of patients and victims of accidents
* Considerable knowledge of the geography and layout of the county including the
location of roads and streets within the county.
* Working knowledge of the organization's general operating guidelines.
«Working knowledge of automotive and radio communications equipment.
»Ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative when making decisions.
* Ability to supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate personnel and shift operation
activities for an assigned shift.
»Ability to deal tactfully, courteously, and firmly with the general public.
Job Information Questionnaire
Page 2
5.
List any special license or certification required for this job.
North Carolina Certified EMT»Paramedic
6.
What level of education does this job require? (High School Diploma, Associates
Degree, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree) If a degree is required, list major courses of
study that would be acceptable.
High Diploma
NC Certified Paramedic
7.
List the experience required for this job and the number of years required.
North Carolina Certified EMT-Paramedic and three years of experience as a Paramedic
within Warren County EMS. Successful completion of scenario's administered by one or
more of the following individuals and/or desisnee: Training Officer. Medical Director
and Human Resource as relates to protocols, procedures, employee performance, and
geography of Warren County.
8.
List any physical requirements for this job. (Sedentary work, light work, medium work,
heavy work, very heavy work.)
Very heavy work, requiring the exertion in excess of 100 pounds offeree occasionally, in
excess of SO pounds offeree frequently, and in excess of 20 pounds of force to move
objects.
9.
List any working conditions or occupational exposures that the employee will be exposed
to in this job. (Inside environment, outside environment, hazards such as exposure to
chemicals, or occupational exposure to blood.)
The worker is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions, noise, vibration,
hazards, atmospheric conditions, and oils. The worker mav be exposed to bloodborne
oathosens and mav be required wear specialized personal protective equipment
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Wednesday, April 07, 2010 11:13 AM
WARREN COUNTY
EMERGENCY SERVICES
EMRQ " i . ;:.
EN
POBox619
Warrenton.NC 27589
NORTH CAROLINA
(252)257 - 2666 Office
(252)257-9458 Fax
To:
Chris Wright
Director/Fire Marshal
Elgin Lane,
Human Resources Manager
From: Chris Wright,
Emergency Services Director
Date:
January 27, 2010
Re:
Employee Salary Increases
1 am requesting that Warren County EMS Employees Wesley Norwood, N RE MT- Para medic and
John Wilson. NREMT-Paramedic receive a salary increase for receiving training and
certification as a National Registered Emergency Medical Technician at the level of Paramedic.
These two individuals went beyond their scope of practice to achieve this national certification.
It is my recommendation that they receive a minimum of a 2% salary increase for this national
recognition.
Chris Wright,
Emergency Services Director
\
i
s
WARREN COUNTY EMS
TIME AND ATTENDANCE REPORT
Week of;
NAME:
Melissa Fltta
2-28-2010 thru 3-6-2010
TOTAL
Vac and Hol Off
Woekofc3-7-2010 thru 3-13-2010
DATE
nUEM
IWEOUT
■■■■■■■■■■■■■
3/9/10
3/11/10
8:00
REASON 1REMARKS
IBIEM
HUE OUT
■a Mi
I-oo
KwyaawwB LEAVE AKXUM.
LeAVS
a«
-24.00
8:00 Sick
-24.00
1
3/13/10
8:00
8:00 Sdc
•24.00
Sob-Tctt1
Csmctf I- 28-10
TOTAL
Vac and Hot Off
0.00
•7240
20.00
24.00
1-1/2 Pay Hre
U£U0: TWrtW«4kPo«t«JenB*tli
X
1090.08
=
$
i-1/2 HOURS
1-1/2 RATE
X
18.8661
»
half-tme hours
HALF-TIME RATE
X
7J600
-
$
$
vac & kol off hrs
HOURLY RATE
X
12^774
»
$
TOTAL
OffUHEE SaBUTURE.____
SHOT SUPWWS0R SXONAtUR!:_
EBJS COORSWATOA SCKATURE:.
tlttRCEMCY SERVES WRCCI<»StCHAIURE:_
DATE:.
DATE:.
OATE:.
OATB:
$
1,090.08
1,090.08
Annoot Batanca
224.41
Sick Balance
48271
Melissa HHs
Weak of:
3-14-2010 thru 3-20-2010
tlMBIH
DATE
me our
RfiASOHIREMARKS
HMEW
IIH10UT
M1 1
■■.■'..:-:v.v
3/18/10
8:00
8:00 Sick
3/20/10
8:00
8:00 Sick
1
Vac and Hol Off
Pay
IUVC
ICMtAWOHt SCK
.
.
.
-24.00
•24.00
Sub-Tola:
TOTAL
WW010
IHalf-fins
SPayHrs
0.00
1-1/2 Pay
His
•48.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
48
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104375
HALIFAX COUNTY EMS
____________________________________________
104375
560028
HALIFX EMS
TOTAL HALIFAX COUNTY EMS
48,824.00
52,817.00
59,995.00
59,995.00
.00
48,824.00
52,817.00
59,995.00
59,995.00
.00
■e ruary 22. 2010
WARREN COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE
Ms. Linda T. Worth
Warren County Manager
P.O. Box 619
WarrentoihNC 27589
Linda:
Thank you for including the cost for services provided Halifax County Emergency Services in Warren County in
your budget this past fiscal year. As we have both discussed previously, 1 know Warren County is struggling
with budget shortfalls, as is Halifax County and all counties are across the slate. However, I am glad lo see that
Public Safely continues to be your priority, as is ours.
As you know, Halifax County has had a full-time paramedic stationed with llie Warren County Rescue Squad,
since January I, 2000. This paramedic responds to all calls in the rescue squad's area of responsibility, in a fully
equipped Quick Response Vehicle (QRV). The paramedic stabilizes the patient until the ambulance arrives and
then continues Para medic-level care throughout transport to area medical facilities. The fact that the paramedic
is co-located with Warren County Rescue Squad provides a significantly quicker response to medical
emergencies in the rescue squad's district and the highest level of emergency care to residents it) both Halifax
and Warren Counties.
During the calendar year 2009, (he Halifax County paramedic and Warren County Rescue Squad responded to
871 calls. Ofthe calls, 555 were in Halifax County (64%) and 316 (36%) were hi Warren County. Salaries and
benefits for the three paramedics (1 per three shifts), excluding the operational cost of the QRV, amounts to
$166,653.00.1 have attached the breakdown of these calls and the cost of salaries for personnel for thai area.
Halifax County requests that Warren County evaluate the services provided by our paramedic to Warren County
residents and give consideration lo reimbursing Halifax County proportionally for services rendered at 36% of
the total cost ($59,995.00).
If you need any further information from me or our Emergency Services director, please feel free to call at (252)
583-1131 or 583-2088 respectively. Thank you for your continued support in this venture to provide vilal
emergency response to both our counties.
Attachments
Cc:
Linda Taylor, Assistant County Manager of Financial Services
Phil Ricks, Emergency Services Director
Office of the County M#
Posi Office Box .IS - 1 lallbt, North Carolina 27839 - 25W83-113 i - piK 2S2-583-W21
h ro n m ii Iw I i Iti v i! c. co 111
HALIFAX COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES
YEARLY TOTALS
STATION #1 (HALIFAX/WARREN COUNTIES)
Total Responses for 2009
871
Halifax County
555 (64%)
WarrenCounty
316 (36%)
♦Average "Out of Chute" Time
2.00 minutes
"■♦Average Response Time
10.3 minutes
•
"Out of Chute" Time - Average elapse of time from notification of dispatch, until
a unit is enroute to the designated call location.
•
Response Time - Average time from notification of dispatch, until a unit arrives
at the designated call location.
BREAKDOWN OF PERSONNEL EXPENSES
Salaries (3 Paramedics)
$ 125,488.00
Social Security (6.2%)
Medicare Tax (1.45%)
Retirement (6.44%)
BCBS Insurance
Dental Insurance
Disability Insurance
$ 7,780.00
$ 1,820.00
$ 8,081.00
$ 15,480.00
$ 1,008.00
$
126.00
Workers Compensation (5.439%)
$
6,825.00
Employee Assistance Program
$
45.00
Total Personnel Expenses
$166,653.00
BREAKDOWN OF WARREN COUNTY RESPONSES
Abdominal Pain
Allergic Reaction
14
2
Altered Level of Consciousness
11
Assault
8
Behavioral Emergencies
3
Cardiac Arrest
Chest Pain/Cardiac
Choking
CVA/Stroke/TIA
4
30
2
5
Diabetic Emergencies
Dizziness/Syncope
DOA
Environmental
Falls
Fracture/Dislocation
GI Bleed
6
15
1
2
IS
5
2
Injury
5
Laceration/Soft Tissue Injury
Musculoskeletal Pain
Motor Vehicle Crash
Nausea/Vomiting
Nose Bleed
OB
Overdose/Ingestion
Respiratory Distress
Seizures
Sick Call
Standby's/Medical Alarms
Trauma
0
9
36
9
5
1
6
17
3
63
21
1
Weakness
9
Unknown
Water Related
0
PWC Injury
CHF
1
2
Hypotension
2
Total Warren County Responses
1
316
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
49
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104380
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
____________________________________________
104380
512000
SALARIES
120,939.00
116,077.00
135,640.00
116,076.00
.00
104380
512001
SAL P/T
.00
9,822.00
.00
9,822.00
.00
104380
512200
WRKMNS COM
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
518100
FICA
9,252.00
9,631.00
10,376.00
9,631.00
.00
104380
518200
RETIREMENT
5,962.00
5,711.00
8,475.00
7,510.00
.00
104380
518300
HOSPTLZATN
20,652.00
23,440.00
33,110.00
24,896.00
.00
104380
519312
DRUG TEST
27.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
519400
CONT SRVS
8,000.00
12,000.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
.00
104380
521200
UNIFORMS
1,200.00
2,000.00
3,100.00
3,100.00
.00
104380
523902
MED SUPP
.00
5,000.00
5,600.00
5,600.00
.00
104380
525001
GAS/VEH EX
13,000.00
10,000.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
.00
104380
525900
VEH TX/TGS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
526000
OFF SUPP
800.00
1,200.00
2,500.00
1,200.00
.00
104380
526100
NON CAP EQ
.00
3,500.00
8,050.00
11,450.00
.00
104380
526140
PETSMART
10,000.00
2,952.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
529901
OPRTG EXP
10,000.00
15,000.00
17,500.00
15,000.00
.00
104380
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
531102
TRAVEL EXP
3,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
2,400.00
.00
104380
532100
TELEPHONE
3,700.00
1,380.00
6,777.00
3,000.00
.00
104380
532102
INT/EMAIL
.00
1,356.00
125.00
125.00
.00
104380
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
1,440.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
50
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104380
533000
UTILITIES
14,000.00
15,500.00
16,000.00
16,000.00
.00
104380
535100
MAINT
1,000.00
2,040.00
9,000.00
5,000.00
.00
104380
539100
ADVERTISNG
700.00
700.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
.00
104380
543000
COPY CHGS
343.00
350.00
750.00
750.00
.00
104380
544000
OFF MCH CT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
554000
VEHICLE
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
555003
EQUIP/CAP
.00
.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
.00
104380
558003
CONTR CONT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
558005
SPT TK REP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
558035
ANIMAL SHT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
559101
PAVING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104380
575000
VEH/EQ PAY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
222,575.00
242,099.00
280,403.00
251,960.00
.00
SALARY PROJE
FY
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
APPROVED
HIRE
DEPT LAST NAME
^|N SHEETS 10 11
1ST NAME
[
POSIft %
CUR
Grade
DATE
REQUEST
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
INC
SALARY
MED
HENT
IN5UR
SUP
+ INCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
AMT
+ INCR
7.65
6.47
EXP
5.00
a
TOTAL
0
0
-
4380
CARLSON
SHARON
4380
DEVINE
EDDIE
4380
VANBLI11ERSWYK GREEN
ELMA RAE
4380
YOUNG
WILLIAM
4380
REQUESTED
4380
TOTAL 512000^^| 1
4380
BUELL
GRAN
D TOTAL FOR 4»Hf IB-consbBH 1
48
12(03/07
VET TECH PRG/COOD
17
26,324
0.00%
0
26,324
2,014
1.703
6,224
36,265
3904
10(09/06
ANIM CTRL OFF 1
15
23,876
0.007.
0
23,676
1,827
1,545
6,224
33,471
37
06(16/09
ANIM CTRL DIRECTOR
24
42.000
0.00%
0
42,000
3,213
2,717
6,224
54,154
1600
02(24/07
ANIM CTRL OFF 1
15
23.876
0.00%
0
23,876
1,827
1,545
6,224
33,471
11
0
0.00%
0
0
0
0
0
0
-
too%
IB■_
■
HOLLY
KENNEL ATTENDANT
-,
50%
116,076
KENNEL ATTENDANT
I1
-
...
Jfe,
■
11
0.00%
9,622
1 Kl25,898 ■ 1
0
9,822
751
10,573
oBBi25,88B
9.631
m HHBpk
23
^s
BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
<
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
ANIMAL CONTROL
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCT#: 104380
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Warren County Animal Control Department is to protect and promote the
health, safety and welfare of human and animal communities through law enforcement,
education and animal facilitation.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
NCGS 153A-442,153A-123, 67-30, Warren County Animal Control Ordinance Section I & III;
to establish and maintain an animal control department to enforce all county and state laws,
ordinances and resolutions relating to dogs, cats or the care, custody and control of animals.
Working with the local health director in enforcement of NCGS Chapter 130A as it pertains to
rabies control and the confinement and leashing of vicious animals.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1. Meeting service demand for animal sheltering for lost, stray, sick, injured, vicious and
evidence animals by ensuring adequate staffing and program development.
2. Meeting service demand for animal control field services including animal nuisance, animal
bites, rabies control, animal cruelty, law enforcement assistance by ensuring adequate
staffing and program development.
3. Ensure facility repair and maintenance including computers, telephones, animal equipment
and building structures and fixtures are functional, safe and effective and in compliance
with Federal and State laws and regulations.
4.
Develop a spay-neutering program for animals adopted from the animal shelter to ensure
that county animal control is not contributing to the pet overpopulation.
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1. Developed and implemented a volunteer program including formalized orientation and
training, in-house, veterinary health program in compliance with NC regulations, standard
operating procedures for animal sheltering and animal rescue.
2.
Provided increased rabies control program activities; increasing certified rabies vaccinators
from 1 to 3 available to citizens from 10 hours a week to 25 and inoculating a minimum
average of 40 owned pets monthly.
3.
Cared, housed and disposed of over 1,000 animals in compliance with appropriate laws.
4.
Trained and certified 2 humane euthanasia technicians, providing an in-house, on demand
euthanasia program, 1 officer trained in dog-fighting and blood sport investigations, animal
health technician training in shelter medicine, ongoing in house training in various aspects
of animal control services.
5. Recertification of animal shelter by NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
FY 2008-09
1.
ANIMAL FACILITATION
FY 2009-10
1149
2. 91 I/EMERGENCY RELATED CALLS
3. RABIES VACCINATIONS
1390
134
150
473
800
♦New program activity involved development of all procedures, forms, training and customer
service changes resulting in qualitive measures opposed to quantitive for this fiscal year.
TRENDS & ISSUES AFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FY 2010-11
1. Demand for animal control field services results in the need for adequate equipment,
supply and staffing.
2. Demand for animal facilitation resulting in the need for increased supply, equipment and
staffing.
3. Need for spay - neutering of shelter animals adopted reducing county contribution to
unwanted pet population.
4. Changing pet ownership demographics resulting in higher numbers of cats reported as
Nuisances and increased rabies risks, numbers of livestock nuisances and neglect
reports.
5.
Public need for general animal ownership information regarding the care and control of
pet dogs and cats.
FUNDING HISTORY
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
ESTIMATED
FY 2010-11
143,758.05
169,19139
184,876.45
63,691.64
65383.67
92,856.00
ACTUAL
%(+)(-)
REQUESTED
Expenditure Detail
Salaries & Benefits
Operating Expenses
Capital Outlay
Total
$207,449.69
$234,575.06
$277,732.45
(+) 9%
(+) 42%
(+) 18%
Revenue Sources
State
Federal
Miscellaneous
Countv
Total
100%
100%
100%
STAFFING HISTORY
Full time
Part time
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
ACTUAL
ESTIMATED
4
1
4
1
FY2010-U %(+)(-)
REQUESTED
5
0
+ 25%
-100%
Expansion
Sheets
c
o
p
WARREN COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCE REQUEST FOR NEW OR REVISED JOBS
PY 2(11(1-11
ANIMAL CONTROL
The increase in animal related service requests, increased numbers of animals and the growing
diversity of animal related service needs have resulted in an inefficient and ineffective us>: of the
departments' human resources.
Currently, a part time position provides animal husbandry and sanitation services during weekends.
holidays and reports during limited business hours. As service demand and levels increase, the
animal control officers, the veterinary technician and the animal control director arc performing
lower level tasks lo keep up with demand while striving to maintain the highest standards of animal
sheltering. This discrepancy in staffing is impeding the progress of field services and in better
serving the public and those who visit the animal facility.
Departmental staff are cross trained to be belter able to maintain adequate service levels, however,
sheer demand and the projected increases in animals lo be sheltered overwhelm the current staffing
level. Animal Control officers are currently performing shelter duties thai account for
approximately 45% to 50% of their work day. leaving field service response lacking.
At the current staffing level, program improvements such ;\s standardized animal behavior
assessments, adoption program, fund raising, volunteer programs and public education may be
"catch as catch can" in the next Fiscal year. These programs are essential in protecting the health
and welfare of animal and human communities in an effort lo curb animal overpopulation, animal
biles, rabies and vicious animal control and involve the community generally in their animal control
program.
Projections of the numbers of animals facilitated for FY 2010-11 may prove lo be conservative as
65% of the numbers of animals have already been facilitated with the spring and summer months
yel lo come. A request is made to employ a full lime aninml shelter attendant.
ANIMAL FACILITATION
NUMBI :HS OF ANIMALS
- rvos-06
* IV 06-07
« TV 07-08 EST
- FYOK-09
" EST 09-10
"■ PRO1 10-11
FY2005-06
1172
FY200G-07
1202
FY 2007 - 08
895
FY 2008 - 09
1149
EST FY 2009-10
1390
PROJ FY 2010-11
1S57
•CUMULATIVE TO JAN 2010
lOlfi
Human Resources Request for New or Revised Jobs
FY 2010-11
Department ^MnA/ifrj^cT^pixTttoLRequest is for:
yC
Full-time
Part-time
Temporary
Requested by
Hours per week
Months
Please complete one of the following:
Request for New Job:
Proposed Job Title
Proposed Salary Grade
Proposed Hire Date
Request for Revised Job:
Current Job Title /^
Proposed Job Title
Proposed Salary Grade
Proposed Effective Date
0
*T-) - \ Q
Estimate the other indirect cost related to this request:
Uniforms $
g
Office Space $
County Car $
Computer Equipment $
Other $
Will the County receive any revenue in reimbursement for this request? _
Source
Line Item #
Amount %
Justification for Request: Answer the following questions and provide information to
justify your request. (Attach additional pages if needed)
If this request is approved, list the benefits to the Citizens. (Ex: number of citizens
served, additional services provided, provide faster more efficient service, what will be
different?).
If this request is not approved, what is the overall impact to the Citizens? (Ex: impact
to service provided, number of citizens served, potential negative complaints).
Department Head Approval
Date
HR
WARREN COUNTY
JOB INFORMATION QUESTIONAIRE
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Please complete the following questionnaire for any request for new or revised jobs.
Department
k»U\Mh-l. CossrS^oi-
Proposed Job Title
Requested By £?\ w\
\W Kl
Reports To (Job Title)
1.
What is the primary purpose of the job?
■ x«- ^.e>.«.«Cs b . r
%. ^fv - i jiT'ef ^>j^ki f> ^^f-i f*\ M \«Qt"
mct-^KV
If yes,
list the other jobs that this job will supervise and the number of incumbents for each job.
2.
Will this job supervise any employees in other jobs? (Yes or No)
3.
List the duties and responsibilities of this job. Include other related information such as
how often the work is done, daily, weekly, monthly, or annually.
4.
List any decision-making authority that this job will have and give examples.
Job Information Questionnaire
Page 2
S.
List any special license or certification required for this job.
6.
What level of education does this job require? (High School Diploma, Associates
Degree, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree) If a degree is required, list major courses of
study that would be acceptable.
7.
List the experience required for this job and the number of years required.
8. List any physical requirements for this job. (Sedentary work, light work, medium work,
heavy work, very heavy work.)
9.
List any working conditions or occupational exposures that the employee will be exposed
to in this job. (Inside environment, outside environment, hazards such as exposure to
chemicals, or occupational exposure to blood.)
T
WARREN COUNTY
TECHNOLOGICAL REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Technological Request
Replacement SN#
Justification
Condition
*<J* 6£> ^9uZ^foSR7
BUDGET LINE ITEM INFORMATION:
Amount:
Account Number
Total Cost Requcst(s): $.
Will the County receive any reimbursement (revenues) for request(s)?
amount.Revenue line item#:
Submitted by:
s. If so, please identify the source, the revenue line item, and the
Revenue Amount:
Dale:
E
WARREN COUNTY
NEW EQUIPMENT REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Equipment Requested
Replacement SN#
Condition
Justification
BUDGET LINE ITEM INFORMATION:
Account Number:
X • D*A^%O- S2.U
Amount:
Total Cost Rcquest(s): $
Will the County receive any reimbursement (revenues) for requesl(s)?
amount.Revenue line ilcmtf: -y
Submittcd by: (^C*£S*£u^<--~£rc77< ° J
;
KAQ . If so. please idenlify the source, the revenue line item, and the
Revenue Amount:
Date:
.
f
WARREN COUNTY
NEW EQUIPMENT REQUEST FORM
FY 2010-11
SCHEDULE E
1.
HEAVY DUTY WASHER
$ 1500.00 (est)
Residential washing machines are not suitable for the heavy and constant use of an animal
shelter. A stack model washer/dryer has been repaired on several occasions and has since been
disposed of.
A commercial grade gas dryer is being purchased in the FY 2009-10 budget year and a heavy
duty washer will be needed to avoid costly repairs to another residential washing machine and to
maintain an adequate level of disease control. A heavy duty residential washing machine should
suffice the need of the animal shelter and can be purchased locally.
2.
TELEPHONE SYSTEM
$3921.07
The current telephone system is obsolete and cannot be upgraded or repaired. Currently, there is
no voice mail system and other features are not operable. A new system will need to be installed
to maintain an adequate level of service response and communications with the citizens.
•See Century Link quote attached
3.
ANIMAL TRANSPORT BOX
$950
One animal control vehicle has a worn, broken and rusted animal transport box that can not be
locked or adequately sanitized. Animals have escaped and the condition of the box is unsafe for
employees. Minor repairs have been made to maintain service for the current fiscal year, but the
box has lived out its' useful life. A new box, purchased locally is requested.
*See photo attached & quote attached.
4.
ANIMAL CAPTURE TRAPS
$2600.00
All animal capture traps are in need of replacement. Citizens have requested and are granted trap
loans for the capture of small animals on their property, making it necessary to provide only the
safest equipment, leaving very few that can be loaned out. Repairs have been made to some of
the existing equipment but most (approx. 90%) have outlived their useful life.
*See photo attached.
.*—*
EMBARQ
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EDCO Modular 1200 AC Srg Protector & 12 Ground Window
TSP Secondary Protect Module
<JP T-7316E Feature Sets
I ♦ Analog Terminal Apt - to enable to use an analog cordless phone
1- UPS Battery Back up
SALES PRICE; Telephone system $3,826.93 plus North Carolina sales tax.
Includes installation, programming, training and a one-year warranty.
MAINTENANCE OPTIONS
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warranty has expired a maintenance contract may be purchased for the following
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FY 2010-11
ANIMAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT REQUEST
Similar unit requested that contains 3 boxes instead of 2,
enabling the ACO to transport more animals saving time,
vehicle expense and reduces response time.
$950.00 Including Shipping.
SCHEDULEE
FY 2010-1!
ANIMAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT REQUEST
Worn, rusted traps tire in need of replacement saving time and resources in
escaped animals and increasing service levels.
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WARREN COUNTY
NEW EQUIPMENT REQUEST FORM
FY 2010-11
SCHEDULE C
A replacement perimeter fence is requested by Animal Control to replace worn, broken and
rusted fencing now partially surrounding the animal shelter. The current fencing is a mixture of
animal fencing, chain link and wooden poles. Trees, brush and debris have crushed several areas
of the fencing and security is not existent.
NCAC 52J .0201 requires a five foot perimeter fencing around animal shelters.
A 10 foot gate is requested to allow vehicles in and out of the area for unloading animal feed and
other supplies and to allow entrance to utility vehicles. The vehicle gate ensures adequate
security to storage shed that houses feed and expensive animal equipment that the animal shelter
proper can not house due to space restrictions.
A 4 foot gate is requested to allow personal traffic to enter and leave without managing a large
vehicle gate and to allow the public to utilize the space in a safe and convenient manner.
A proposed plan is outlined and attached to this request.
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104520
KARTS TRANSPORTATION
____________________________________________
104520
560010
K A R T S
TOTAL KARTS TRANSPORTATION
23,531.00
25,570.00
34,859.00
34,859.00
.00
23,531.00
25,570.00
34,859.00
34,859.00
.00
".ARTS
POST OFFICE BOX 246
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA 27536
TELEPHONE: 252/438-2573
3/31/10
Ms. Linda Worth, Manager
Warren County
PO Box 619
Warrenton, NC 275S9
Dear Linda:
As budgets have been light over Ihc last 3-4 years KARTS has limited the number of
vehicles thai it replaces lo help keep county match low. This year, however, there is a
need to replace 15 vehicles thai have met their useful life (100,01)0.) Most of these
vehicles are well over 150,000 and sonic are in the 200,000 mile range. This additional
cost will not only improve Heel safety but it will also help reduce county match in the
years lo come. By applying the additional match NCDOT will provide S629,07S to assist
in the replacement of the vehicles.
Also please note that NCDOT has capped our Administrative budget to FY 09/10 levels.
The increase in match only represents additional money needed to replace aging fleet
vehicles. The total anticipated request for next fiscal year is S34.S59.
Sincerely.
Rob Brink
V
Executive Director
APR - 5 2010
WARREN COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE
GOVERNING BOARD: KERR AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104721
PCB LANDFILL
____________________________________________
104721
529901
OPRTG EXP
TOTAL PCB LANDFILL
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104730
LAKE GASTON WEED CONTROL
____________________________________________
104730
560011
WEEK CONTR
116,000.00
116,000.00
116,000.00
116,000.00
.00
TOTAL LAKE GASTON WEED CONTR
116,000.00
116,000.00
116,000.00
116,000.00
.00
Lake Gaston Weed Control Council
WflPN
J. Rives Manning, Jr., Treasurer
Tel. (252) 519-0700
737 Franklin St.
FAX (252) 519-0700
RapidS, NC 27870
E-mail [email protected]
January 28,2009
Linda T. Worth
Warren County Manager
PO Box 619
Warrenton,NC 27589
VIA FAX (252) 257-5971
(Original by US Mail)
RE: 2010-2011 Lake Gaston Weed Control Funding Request
Dear Mrs. Worth:
Up until the last several years the Lake Gaston Weed Control Council (LGWCC) treated the Noxious
Aquatic Weeds in Lake Gaston on a worse case basis. There has never been a "Whole Lake" treatment
and the acreage of noxious weeds increased each year.
Starting in 2007, we began moving toward a "whole lake" treatment, though we still have not reached it
In 2007 we were able to treat 156*4 acres. In 2008 we were able to treat 1925 acres ofNoxious Aquatic
weeds in Lake Gaston.
In FY 2009-2010 we had proposed moving to a "Whole Lake" treatment plan. The estimated cost for a
"Whole Lake" treatment plan was $2,300,000. We did not reach that level. With funding from Virginia;
North Carolina; Virginia Beach, VA; and the five Counties (Brunswick, Halifax, Mecklenburg, Warren,
and Northampton) contributing at their prior levels we would have Treatment funding of $ 1,110,580.
In Treatment Year 2009, because of the economy and reduced funding from several sources, we were
only able to treat 1404 acres, Our total expenditures for treatments was $892,817.64 in calendar year
2009. Our projected and Budgeted 2009 expenditures for treatments was $1,099,902.
We understand that the economic conditions are not good. For the upcoming year we know that Virginia
will not be contributing anything, nor will USDA-APH1S. As it now stands, Northampton has not
Budgeted any funds for the 2009 - 2010 fiscal year and Brunswick budgeted less than we requested.
On behalf of the'Lake Gaston Weed Control Council, I hereby submit a budget request for $116,000
from Warren County for the FY 2010 - 2011 Budget. The support and consideration of Warren County
is appreciated.
Sincerely,
Manning, Jr. Treasurer
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104750
FORESTRY PROGRAM
____________________________________________
104750
529901
OPRTG EXP
TOTAL FORESTRY PROGRAM
109,241.00
113,048.00
111,712.00
111,712.00
.00
109,241.00
113,048.00
111,712.00
111,712.00
.00
North Carolina Department of
Environment and Natural Resources
Norili Carolina
Division or Fores! Resources
Beverly Eaves Penluc, Governor
Will L. Owen, Dircctor
Dec Freeman, Secretary
Division ot'Forest Resources
737 Smokey Road
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
March 17,2010
Ms. Linda Worth
Warren County Manager
P.O. Box 619
Warrenton, NC 275S9
Dear Mrs. Worth:
We are aware that the County will soon be making its budget for the coming fiscal year. This
correspondence will present our cooperative budget proposal. The total proposed budget is $279,281 with
the State's share 5167,569 and the County's share SI 11,712.
As you will see, there is a slight decrease of $1,335 from last year's approved county portion of the
budget. This budget request includes mandatory increases in retirement contributions and health insurance
rates. In addition, the purchase price of a replacement fire control pickup track is included. The truck to
be replaced is a 2001 model thai will have over 100,000 miles when replaced. The overall request
decreased slightly due to offsets from salary and fringe reductions resulting from the retirement of Warren
County Ranger Bob Neal.
We are partners with Warren County Government in providing needed services lo the citizens of Warren
County. 1 ask that you give careful consideration to funding the forestry program in the County at the
level requested forFY 10-11.
Your continued cooperation and support of the Warren County Forestry Program is greatly appreciated.
Please see enclosed the FY 2010-2011 budget expenditures and appropriations. Should you have any
questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at (252) 442-1626 ext 224 or County Ranger
Bryant Pitchford at (252) 257-5960.
Respectfully,
Reid Hildrcth
District Forester
MAR
2 4 2010
Wltll'Jisn
cc: Bryant Pitchford, County Ranger
WARREN COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE
Enclosure: 2010-2011 Budget Appropriations
1016 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1616
Phone: 919-857-4801 \ PAX:919-857-4802 \ Internet: u-uw.cirr.sn
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY \ AFFTHMATTVK ACTION' EMPLOYER - SDH RECYCLED MOWPOSTCONSUMBR PAPER
WARREN COUNTY BUDGET
FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011
APPROPRIATIONS:
STATE 60%
COUNTY 40%
531211
SALARIES
531441
ASST. CO. RGR. WILLIAMS
ASST. CO. RGR. STEVENSON
EQUIP. OPER. JOHNSON
ON-CALL COMPENSATION
COUNTYRANGER PITCHFORD
31,139.00
31.582.00
35.333.00
38,213.00
LONGEVITY: STEVENSON 3.25%
LONGEVITY: JOHNSON 3.25%
136.267.00
6.000.00
1.148
1,242
531511
531521
531561
SOCIAL SECURITY 1211.1441. & 1461 7.65% X144657..
RETIREMENT ON 1211.1441.1461 10.51% X 144657.
MEDICAL INSURANCE $4929 X 4..
11.066
15,203
19.716
532133
EMPLOYEE PHYSICALS/COL TESTING
SECURITY SYSTEM
ELECTRICAL SERVICES
HEATING FUEL/PROPANE
WATERS SEWER
100.00
750.00
S32186
532210
532220
532230
532380
OUTSIDE REPAIRS, OTHER
532430
532523
532590
532721
532724
532811
532814
532817
MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS
532840
POSTAGE & FREIGHT
AUTO INSURANCE
LIABILITY INSURANCE
REGISTRATION FEES
532912
532913
532930
533110
533130
533150
533190
533210
533240
533250
533260
533310
533330
533340
533350
533410
533510
533710
533720
533900
534511
534522
534523
534528
534539
534549
S
167.569
111.712
279.281
EXPENDITURES
531461
S
RENT/LEASE. COMMUNICATION EQUIP
RENT/LEASE. OTHER EQUIP
LODGING-IN-STATE
MEALS-IN-STATE
TELEPHONE SERVICE
CELLULAR PHONE
tNTERNET SERVICE
GENERAL OFFICE SUPPUES
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPUES
SAFETY CLOTHING & SUPPLIES
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES
JANITORIAL/CLEANING SUPPUES
CARPENTRY, HARDWARE. REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIESGRASS SEED
GRAVEL
GASOUNE
AUTOMOTIVE OIL. FILTERS. ETC
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TIRES &TUBES
MVO PARTS & OPERATION
FOOD SUPPUES
CLOTHING & UNIFORMS
SCIENTIFIC SUPPUES (FOREST MANAGEMENT TOOLS)
EDUCATIONAL SUPPLIES (SMOKEY BEAR MATERIALS)
OTHER MATERIALS, RADIO PARTS
OFFICE FURNITURE
4.500.00
3.508.00
500.00
300.00
400.00
900.00
100.00
650.00
550.00
1,500.00
650.00
350.00
600.00
2.168.00
1.184.00
50.00
1,400.00
150.00
1,450.00
600.00
300.00
3.200.00
300.00
100.00
12,388.00
700.00
2.000.00
10.145.00
25.00
1.200.00
250.00
350.00
1.000.00
150.00
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT
6.000.00
SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT
COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
OTHER MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT
RECURRING LEASE/FULL PURCHASE OF PICK-UP TRUCK
350.00
2,570.00
250.00
25.000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS SET UP FOR SPENDING
279.281.00
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104910
PLANNING BOARD
____________________________________________
104910
512000
SALARIES
111,728.00
111,728.00
103,826.00
103,826.00
.00
104910
512001
SAL P/T
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
517101
PLN BRD EX
910.00
1,000.00
1,260.00
1,260.00
.00
104910
517102
ZNG BRD EX
300.00
400.00
630.00
630.00
.00
104910
517103
HIS PRE CO
.00
.00
.00
700.00
.00
104910
518100
FICA
8,547.00
8,547.00
7,943.00
7,943.00
.00
104910
518200
RETIREMENT
5,508.00
5,497.00
6,718.00
6,718.00
.00
104910
518300
HOSPTLZATN
10,326.00
11,720.00
13,575.00
12,759.00
.00
104910
519005
COG CNSLT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
519312
DRUG TEST
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
519400
CONT SRVS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
519900
PROF SERV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
521200
UNIFORMS
.00
.00
2,300.00
.00
.00
104910
525001
GAS/VEH EX
1,300.00
2,000.00
1,500.00
1,800.00
.00
104910
526000
OFF SUPP
7,218.00
1,200.00
.00
640.00
.00
104910
526100
NON CAP EQ
2,132.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
531102
TRAVEL EXP
1,400.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
1,200.00
.00
104910
532100
TELEPHONE
3,000.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
.00
104910
532102
INT/EMAIL
.00
540.00
540.00
540.00
.00
104910
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104910
532500
POSTAGE
350.00
400.00
600.00
1,000.00
.00
104910
533000
UTILITIES
2,500.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
.00
104910
534000
PRINTING
150.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
.00
104910
534001
ORD REVISI
450.00
350.00
350.00
350.00
.00
104910
535100
MAINT
900.00
900.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
.00
104910
535105
PAINTING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
539100
ADVERTISNG
1,000.00
800.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
.00
104910
539500
BRD MEM ED
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
543000
COPY CHARG
428.00
400.00
450.00
450.00
.00
104910
544000
OFF MCH CT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
549100
DUE/SUB
384.00
400.00
400.00
400.00
.00
104910
555005
COMP EQUIP
-250.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
555012
CP&L HEAT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104910
575000
VEH/EQ PAY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
158,281.00
151,582.00
148,792.00
146,916.00
.00
TOTAL PLANNING BOARD
SALARY PROJF
FY
APPROVED
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
CUR
HIRE
DEPI
LAST NAME
1ST NAME
4910
BURTON
SHAWN
4910
GREEN WILLIAM
JOYCE
4910
KRULIK
KENNETH
NSHEETS 1011
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Giade
DATE
1402
30% 06/16(94
1800
09/01(85
1810
75% 09/04(07
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
INC
SALARY
MED
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INSUR
SUP
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+ INCR
7.G5
EXP
5.00
REQUEST
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
+ INCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
6.47
0
0
TOTAL
0
13
7.393
0.00%
0
7,398
566
479
1.367
10,310
PLANNER/ZONING OFFICEF
24
SO,523
0.00%
0
50.528
3,865
3,269
6,224
63,887'
PLANNER/ZONING ADMINIS
29
45.900
0.00%
0
45.900
3,511
2,970
4.SS8
57,049
ADMIN
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0
TOTAL 4910 PLANNING BOARD
103.B2B
0
0
103.B26
7,943
6.718
12,759
0
131,246
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BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 21)10-11
DFJ'AKTMF.NT: I'lunnin^ mid Zoning DIVISION: I'lnniiiii^/Zonint; & Code Enforcement
I'-liND/ACCTtfrllU'JUUI'laniiiiiti/ZoiiiiiR)
HM351I (Code Enforcement)
MISSION STATEMENT .SF.F, ATTACHMENT (MISSION STATEMENT)
AUTIIOUITV/l'tJUPOSE SEE ATTACHMENT fAllTIIOUITV/PUKI'OSF.)
UPCOMING YKARDLl'AUTMENTOIURCriVl'.S/ACTlVniRS
1. Continue work to revise current plnnning/zantng/IflBd use ordinances, focusing on the currenl
zoning ordinance CMarcli !, 2(Hft) through working »idi ths County's Citizen's Advisory CouncilLnnd Use nnd upon completion then starting on Nt County's Comprehensive Development Plan
{Land Use Plan)upllntc.
2. Conduct public Information meetings on counlywlde zoning (phased or extended pnrtlal based on
direction from the County Commissioners) and proceed wltli recommendations from staff] Citizen's
Advisor)1 Council -Lund Use, nnd Planning Board on Implementing the currant zoning ordinance
(and districts) witu concurrence From Hie County Commissioners.
3. Continue updating/maintenance of CIS (maps) in reded current zoning of (be lake sirens and
other land use diiiii, us applicable (current (',]$> reflects re-zonlngs as or I i/2/O'J).
4. Continued work on improving mid streamlining Mil1 permit program for planning/zoning and code
enforcement to Enhance the review process and adjust lee schedule as applicable.
5. Use available funding resources to continue certification maintenance/continuing education for
staff as needed (required hours per year for code enforcement, every two years r<ir planning).
6. Enacl County's Abandoned Manufactured Home Ordinance with funding from the Slates'
Abandoned Manufactured Home Grant Program (awarded to Ibe County Marcl) 2010 Cor540,000),
This program will Marl the efforts ofWarren County io remove, demolish and recycle abandoned
manufactured homes when Hie properly owner's are unable to do .so themselves.
7. Continue working with the County Historic Perseveration Commission to dualize its application to
the State Certified Local Governments Program and Federal Governments Preserve America
Program, liuth provide better opportunities for the County to pursue funds nnd grants in nol only
preserving the County's historic heritage, but also t<> promote tourism and economic development.
CURRENT YKAU DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1. Updated and mnintnlncd current officinl zoning map (lake areas) of tlio County, adopted ns n
currenl document (C.\S and paper copy) 11/2/09, us well as County's CIS on land use and zoning.
2. Continued revision of zoning ordinance nnd subdivision ordinance to Include updated toxi
amendments (new definitions] design requirements, and iiwi amendments) as of March 1.2010.
3. Provided Muff assistance to the County's Historic Preservation Commission in adopting its
Historic Preservation Ordinance and currently working on guidelines for review and approval of
propertles/sites/buildings. Revising Hie application materials fur the completion of the Federal
Preserve America Program and State's Certified Local Government Program.
4. On-going worh with the County Citizens' Advisory Council-Land Use mi reviewing planning/land
use documents Fur potential revisions (anticipate completion of the zoning ordinance In June 2010).
5. Continued work on documents to educate the public on planning, zoning, code enforcement io
improve thesubmltlai of documents and Hie iu-offiee review process (Improve customer service).
(1. Initiate new steps for the approved for Safe Homes to Schools Action Plan Grant from NC-DOT.
7. Received granl award ($40,000) from the State lo initiate the County1! Abandoned Manufactured
Home Ordinance and program.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
I. Building Inspections (plans rovtoivcd/inspectlans)
2. Unililinu/Zmiiini and Development Permits
FV 21)08-09
FV 21)09-10
2()l)/2,2()tl
100/3,0X7
989/fil (ii>[ji I.H5IK
81J/16(i ((01111
i. Plate Reviewed (Include Planning Board, TRC, and Administrative] 156
4. Re-zoning Petitions
I)
5. Variances (VyConditional Use Permits (CU)/Appeals (A)
I
134
1
I{V)/1 (CU)/1 (A)
TRENDS & ISSUES AFFECTING DEPARTMENT- FY 2010-11 (on-golug trends/lssnes)
1. Overall market conditions mid the economy nntfoawido.
2. Lack of zoning/growth management in the County, outside of tho hike arens.
3. Ordinances requiring updating to more current trends and standards.
4. Updating of html use plan I" reflect recent development/growth trends/needs.
5. Continued need for Improved and streamlined in-offieo review procedures, thougb
Improvements have been made over the prior year.
FUNDING HISTORY PLANNING/ZONING/CODE ENFORCEMENT
FV2008-(I'I
FY20Q9-10
FY 21)10-11
ACTUAL
ESTIMATED
REQUESTED
5153.28 l/S2L5,<iHl>
S152,102/S2[2."S!
%{+){-)
SN7,!I8/S:iH.67()
Expenditure Detail
Salaries & Benefits
$130,499 & 8185,097
Operating Expenses
SI 6,729 &S33.573
Ciipitul Oiiiluy
Total
SOO.OO & SOQ.OQ
S 47,228.110+ S2I8,67I).00 = S365,898.00
Revenue Sources 100% General Fund for Plnirning/Zonhig uinl Code Enforcement
State
Fe tic nil
Miscellaneous
Couiilv
Total
STAFFING HISTORY
FV 20IIK-I)1)
FV 2009-10
ACTUAL
ESTIMATE i)
2 and 4
2 and 3
FY
2010-11
2 and 3
%(+)(-)
Planning/Zoning and Code Enforccmeni Department
542 Weal Ridgavay Street
Warrcnton, NC 27589
(PH) 252-257-7027 (FX) 252-257-1083
To:
Linda Worth! County Manager and Bnrry Mayo, Finance Officer
Prom:
Ken Kruiik, AICT CZO Planning and Zoning Administrator f>^
lie:
201(1 - 2011 Budget Comments/Summary
I):ile:
March 31, 2010
With FY 2010-2011 starting in the next few months, despite the current strained
economic conditions facing ilie County, the fallowing minor, increases arc requested for
my department - specifically the Planning and Zoning services:
•
With the County's 1 listoric Preservation Commission (HPC) working on its duties, there
is also the need lor continuing education of the 1IPC Members.
As pan of the State's Certified Local Government program (through die Stale
Historic Preservation Office) ilns is ;i required element as the I IPC completes its
application packageOnce designated as n CLCi, continuing education is required, in order to meet
this need, i am requesting a new line Item in ilie Planning and Zoning budget
(«nu')io) with u level i>rs7iHi.iw [5100 per member), son:- Planning
Hoard ami linard of Adjustment expanses (8I04910-5I7101 and #104910517102 respectively) are smaller due to the compensation for Members
attendance at regular/catted meetings nnd as such this will not he required
nr requested for the HPC Members
This new line ilem is requested only to cover expenses for continuing education
of the HPC Members.
•
Postage increase is requested Tor Planning and Zoning (-' 104910-532500) to $1,000,00
and forCode Enforcement to $500,00 (#104350-532500).
With tile newly funded Abandoned Manufacture Hume Program it will be
necessary to send out letters (certified/return receipt requested) to notify owners
of violations and the need to remove these units.
In addition, there has been an increase in calls to the department of identified
and potential violations (planning, zoning, and code enforcement), In order to
follow process of notification, certified letters (return receipt requested are
mailed oul to the potential pan\ responsible).
Also, fttven the committees currently ;t! work: Historic Preservation, Citizen's
Advisory Council-Land Use. itoard of Adjustment and Planning Board the need
to send out Iiard copy materials fro meetings (in addition to email copies) lias
caused an increase in additional postage required for ilie larger agenda packets
(in 2009 S182.01 was expended in addition to postage available in the
department and as of this memo for 2010 (he cost is Sfi3.92).
As of this memo there arc, no new equipment or itosition/suhry requests.
Please contact me if
there are any questions of comments regarding the 2010-2011 proposed department budget.
Planning and Code Enforcement
Missions and Authority
The primary purpose of the Warren County Planning and Code Enforcement Department
is to ensure that the county continues to grow in population and the physical development
that occurs simultaneously does so in an orderly and controllable fashion. Pursuant under
North Carolina General Statute 153A-321, the Warren County Board of Commissioners
/0&\
appoints a planning board consisting of seven members to address growth and land use
planning issues and concerns. Under North Carolina Statute 153A-322, the Warren
County Board of Commissioners appropriates funding each fiscal year for a planning
department comprised of a professional planning stafT. Planning staff serves as the "legs"
of the planning board providing the board with technical expertise and planning data
necessary for them to make adequate and sound planning decisions. A very important
secondary purpose of the department is to assist County Administration on special
projects, which the County Commissioners perceive as crucial to the well being of the
citizens of Warren County. Code Enforcement is responsible for enforcing the North
Carolina State Building Code and Warren County Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
within the unincorporated areas. Further, the department assists the Towns of Warrenton
and Norlina by conducting their inspections. In addition the department is asked by local
and state agencies to conduct inspections for foster care, adult family care, and assisted
living occupancies. The department is also mandated by state law to conduct bi-annual
inspections ofall schools within the county.
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FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104920
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMSN
____________________________________________
104920
512000
SALARIES
100,585.00
97,872.00
97,872.00
97,872.00
.00
104920
512001
SAL P/T
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
517000
BRD MBR EX
825.00
825.00
3,095.00
1,200.00
.00
104920
518100
FICA
7,695.00
7,487.00
7,487.00
7,487.00
.00
104920
518200
RETIREMENT
4,959.00
4,815.00
6,332.00
6,332.00
.00
104920
518300
HOSPTLZATN
10,326.00
11,720.00
13,244.00
12,448.00
.00
104920
519202
LEG SERVS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
519204
MILESTONE
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
525001
GAS/VEH EX
.00
.00
.00
3,000.00
.00
104920
526000
OFF SUPP
1,840.00
1,840.00
1,840.00
1,472.00
.00
104920
526100
NON CAP EQ
.00
.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
.00
104920
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
531102
TRAVEL EXP
3,057.00
3,057.00
5,000.00
4,000.00
.00
104920
531103
AUTO ALLOW
.00
.00
3,000.00
.00
.00
104920
532100
TELEPHONE
1,600.00
690.00
1,300.00
1,300.00
.00
104920
532102
INT/EMAIL
1,300.00
1,300.00
1,300.00
1,300.00
.00
104920
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
910.00
1,300.00
1,300.00
.00
104920
532500
POSTAGE
600.00
600.00
600.00
600.00
.00
104920
533000
UTILITIES
.00
.00
.00
2,000.00
.00
104920
535100
MAINT
.00
.00
.00
1,000.00
.00
104920
535129
MT-PROJ MI
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
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FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104920
539100
ADVERTISNG
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
539102
PERM NORTH
983.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
539104
MARKETING
13,851.00
13,850.00
13,850.00
13,850.00
.00
104920
539105
KT HUB MTC
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
541000
RENT
4,080.00
4,080.00
2,000.00
.00
.00
104920
543000
COPY CHARG
968.00
968.00
968.00
968.00
.00
104920
544000
OFF MCH CT
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
549100
DUE/SUB
2,600.00
2,600.00
2,600.00
2,600.00
.00
104920
549900
MISC
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
500.00
.00
104920
555013
CAMERA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
557001
LND R/WAYS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
569940
BUS INCENT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104920
569941
TOURISM
15,000.00
25,000.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
.00
171,289.00
178,634.00
179,588.00
176,029.00
.00
TOTAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT C
FY
L
SALARY PROJE^
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22J10
APPROVED
CUR
HIRE
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
N SHEETS 10 1!
1
POSIfl %
DATE
Grade
)
fEQUEST
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
♦ INCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
INC
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
AMT
*1NCR
7.65
EXP
S.00
G.47
D
0
0
0
TOTAL
0
0
4920
PAPA
ALFRED
.1
1900
01/19/10
EDC DIRECTOR
29
65,000
(i ae%
0
65.000
4,973
4,206
6,224
B0,402
4920
RICHARDSON
MARGARET
L
1901
05/13/97
SENIOR ADMIN
W
32.872
B.00%
0
32,872
2,515
2.127
6,224
43,738
0
TOTA . 4920 ECONOMIC DEVE LOPMENT
97,872
1
0
0
0
0
0
97,872
7,487
6,332
0
1Z.44D
!
124,140
25
BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY - Scenario HI
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
Economic Development Commission
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCTS: 10-4920
MISSION STATEMENT
To create a comprehensive Economic Development Program that will grow and maintain a strong diverse local
economy, which provides job opportunities, enhances the local tax base and improves the county's quality of
life.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
G.S. 158 (EDC); G.S. 159 (WCIF&PCFA); County Commissioners (WCPFC); expectations of County
Commissioners which include "recruitment of industries to provide jobs and add to the county's tax
base." Department of county government tasked with economic development, emphasizing
manufacturing recruitment and support, small business support & retention, commercial and tourism
sector development, and administration of three affiliated volunteer boards/organizations. EDC
instigates, partners or contributes to many community building activities.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1.
2.
Install presentation technology in new Armory EDC Conference room;
Implementation of "local economic gardening" strategy through new departmental leadership. Diversify EDC
program through identification and development of local assets;
3.
Continue participation in the regional Triangle North Warren; develop park infrastructure. Site first industry:
4.
Business/industrial retention activities remain crucial to weathering the national recession; continue close
monitoring/contact to ensure every support agency and financial mechanism is leveraged to retain or grow
existing industries and small businesses; bolster confidence in local economy through increased media
coverage;
5.
Continue building tourism economic sector which has posted growth every year since 2001. Support chamber
tourism committees and Tourism Strategic Plan updating and implementation, including development of
www.WaiTenCountv.com tourism website, ongoing brand launch, graphic design and publication of brochures
identified in plan. Revisit establishment of occupancy tax to fund tourism program with outside dollars;
6.
Increase support for local entrepreneurs-small business start-ups through VGCC-Small Business Center.
SBTDC and other regional and stale governmental, educational and financial agencies. Identify means of
securing accurate data relative to new and ongoing businesses in the county for the purpose of enhancing
support of existing and recmiting new businesses to fill gaps in products and services, perhaps through
establishment of business license;
7.
Identify and recruit small manufacturers (15-20 employees); identify and leverage support for local snuill
businesses approaching expansion stage;
8.
9.
Continue support for collaborations or producers and investment in agribusiness activities. Leverage additional
non profit, university, foundation, private, state and federal support for Warren County Growers Association,
WC Cattlemen's Association, and other producer groups to assist in establishing local food system, processing
and distribution facilities. Develop branding to promote increased volume, variety and quality of local and
regional products, increasing potential for added-value food processing and distribution recruitment and
agritourism income growth;
Prepare interchange development plans that includes infrastructure, marketing, financing and recruitment of
commercial projects that will include a hotel;
10. Enhance wireless coverage to reach out to rural areas and expand & market the fiber services available to the
County,
11. Support efforts to secure federal funding for Southeast High Speed Rail Project and adjoining pedestrian/bicycle
trail, emphasizing development of facilities in Norlina;
12. Support regional state and federal workforce development initiatives including career technical education at
WCHS, STEM program at NCSU, and collaborations with VGCC;
13. Update www.WarrenCountyNC.org to improve marketing, advertising, business recruitment and retention
through a cooperative effort with Vance Granville CC, RTRP, Commerce and NC State University.
14. Expand cooperation, assistance and general services to the municipalities of Macon, Norlina and Warrenton.
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1.
Local entrepreneurial upswing continued to reflect scarcity ofjobs. While the total number of certificates of
assumed name and secretary of state incorporation filings decreased slightly during calendar year 2009, there
have already been 30 local and stale filings before the end of IstQ 2010. Demand on staff for small business
and business startup counseling and planning, including avenues for financial assistance and compliance with
state and local requirements, continues to rise;
2.
Triangle North Marketing Committee employed a Development/Marketing Director in 2009, but due to loss of
funding, Kerr Tar COG and RTRP have assumed those duties as of January 2010; highlights included park
signage installation (designed by EDC staff), ally park tours and a direct marketing mailing campaign.
Committees are determining site certification and fast track permitting guidelines;
3.
Utilized additional tourism funds in support of Tourism Development Plan process for employment of tourism
consultant. Consultant, staff and chamber committees achieved completion of first Warren County Tourism
Strategic Plan. Warren County's plan was presented by staff at 2010 NC Governor's Conference on Tourism in
New Bern, resulting in positive statewide visibility for the county, including distribution of promotional
materials. Maintained billboard placements, brochures, maps, advertisements in major regional publications,
and other promotional materials. Tourism revenues continued to grow. Domestic tourism in Warren County
generated an economic impact of $21.74 million in 2008, a 6.88 % increase from 2007 (2009 county data will
be released July 2010). In 2008, Warren County ranked 78 in travel impact among North Carolina's 100
Counties, up from 79th. More than 120 jobs in Warren County were directly attributable to travel and tourism,
generating a S2.81 million payroll in 2008, up from $2.59 in 2007. State and local tax revenues from travel to
Warren County amounted to $2.77 million, up from $2.37 million. This represents a $139.08 tax saving to each
county resident;
4.
EDC and state agency representatives have ensured that our local industries access all available support,
including export and military business seminars, tax credits and workforce development. Manufacturing
employment has remained remarkably stable. Our two largest manufacturers installed new equipment.
5.
Hired Director in January, 2010, bringing staff back to two experienced professionals facilitating return to more
regional and state meeting attendance; efforts ongoing to rebuild EDC program after 12 months of
understaffing;
7.
Broadband utility infrastructure increased, with fiber and other hardware installations by CenturyLink, and
engineering plans underway for increased coverage by another local provider;
8.
Used unexpended salary and benefits (vacancy in director position) to purchase furnishings for new Armory
location and department vehicle.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
2008
1. Labor Force (Source: NC ESC LMI)
2009
7754
7995
2. Avg. Weekly Wages (Source: EDIS)(2Q09 30)
$527
$557
3. Unemployment (Source: NC ESC LMI)
8.7%
13%
4. Certificate of Assumed Name Filings (Source: we ROD)
53
36
5. U of New Incorporations, LLC, PLLC (Source: NCSec orstaic) 42
48
6. Tourism Revenues (2007,2008, in SMillions)
$21.74
$20.34
* Calendar Year Data Only Available
TRENDS & ISSUES EFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FY 20010-11
1.
Worldwide recession - maximizing effectiveness of EDC program while lowering costs at any opportunity
2.
Tourism Strategic Plan has created more effective strategies to continue growth in this sector
3.
District IN Phase l& II Public Water expansion in eastern halfof county is complete; funding for repair/upgrade
of sewage treatment plant still not secured, impeding ability to ensure capacity with new projects.
4.
Greater need to support small business & entrepreneurship; explore feasibility of County Business License to
create "single entry-point," enabling tracking, monitoring and more comprehensive small business start up and
support functions;
5.
Establishment of several collaborative efforts for local food system development/agribusiness
6.
Lack of county-wide zoning adversely affects marketability of industrial sites and leaves existing residents and
7.
Lack ofavailable industrial buildings; low number of available, skilled laborers;
business vulnerable to negative impact of unplanned development.
FUNDING HISTORY
FY 2008-09
ACTUAL
FY 2009-10
ESTIMATED
REQUESTED
123,412
54,652
-0-
-82%
-0-
78,232.08*
99,442.20
-0-
122,493.46
177,674.28*
178,064
.2%
•0-
-0-
-0-
-0-
FY 2010-11
%(+K-)
Expenditure Detail
Salaries & Benefits
Operating Expenses
Capital Outlay
Total
87,155.32*
35338.14
58%
0%
Revenue Sources
State
-0-
Federal
Miscellaneous
-0-
County
838.10
121,653.36
-0-
-0-0177,674.28*
•0-
-0-
178,064
.2%
Total
161,296
177,674.28*
178,064
.2%
Vacancy in Director Position last 6 months of FY 08-09, first 6 months of FY 09-10
STAFFING HISTORY
FY 2007-08
ACTUAL
FY 2008-09
ESTIMATED
FY 2009-10
REQUESTED
Executive Director
1
1
1
Admin Support Asst
1
1
1
0%
0%
T
WARREN COUNTY
TECHNOLOGICAL REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Technological Request
Justification
Condition
Replacement SNtf
Ma
r\
^n LINK ITKM INFORMATION:
Acctwni Number:
lotalCost Rvquestfs): $
Amount:
[ n -
1. ^00.
Will the County receive siny reimbursement (revenues) lor requesl(s)?
s)? )\|
\j fl
f)
amount. Kcvcmic line itenttf:
Submitted by:
_
_"n??n KAfA .
;
stiL
If so,
If
s please identify the source, the revenue line item, and the
Revenue Amount:
Date:
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2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104925
KERR TAR HUB
____________________________________________
104925
560038
KERR TAR H
TOTAL KERR TAR HUB
40,000.00
36,000.00
36,000.00
36,000.00
.00
40,000.00
36,000.00
36,000.00
36,000.00
.00
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FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104950
COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
____________________________________________
104950
512000
SALARIES
108,284.00
105,164.00
112,044.00
99,335.00
.00
104950
512001
SAL P/T
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
517001
ADV BRD EX
853.00
853.00
900.00
900.00
.00
104950
518100
FICA
8,239.00
8,045.00
8,571.00
7,599.00
.00
104950
518200
RETIREMENT
8,504.00
8,560.00
9,804.00
8,692.00
.00
104950
518300
HOSPTLZATN
9,933.00
10,528.00
10,528.00
8,722.00
.00
104950
523101
AG EX OPER
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
.00
104950
523102
4H OP EXT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
523103
HOME EXT
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
.00
104950
523104
EFNEP PROG
600.00
800.00
800.00
800.00
.00
104950
523105
SCH AGE GR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
523107
CAREER SMR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
523112
NEW BEG
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
525001
GAS/VEH EX
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
526000
OFF SUPP
2,800.00
2,800.00
3,000.00
2,400.00
.00
104950
526100
NON CAP EQ
5,101.00
5,701.00
5,800.00
5,800.00
.00
104950
526125
PEST GRANT
1,200.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
531102
TRAVEL EXP
2,400.00
2,400.00
2,400.00
1,920.00
.00
104950
531105
SC AGE TRA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
532100
TELEPHONE
3,700.00
2,650.00
2,700.00
2,700.00
.00
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2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104950
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
1,450.00
1,400.00
1,400.00
.00
104950
532500
POSTAGE
1,000.00
600.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
.00
104950
533000
UTILITIES
8,000.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
.00
104950
535100
MAINT
5,368.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
.00
104950
535105
PAINTING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
539100
ADVERTISNG
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
.00
104950
543000
COPY CHARG
1,713.00
1,713.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
.00
104950
549100
DUE/SUB
750.00
750.00
750.00
750.00
.00
104950
552000
COMP EQUIP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
554002
15 PAS VAN
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
555003
EQUIP/CAP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
555005
COMP EQUIP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
555015
COMPRESSOR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
558010
BMT RENOVA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
558011
SEWER LINE
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
558017
TELE SYSTM
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
558024
PAVE DRVWY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
559101
PAVING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104950
568013
HMM GRANT
.00
20,731.00
20,731.00
27,500.00
.00
104950
568014
FARM MARKT
.00
12,495.00
12,495.00
8,800.00
.00
104950
569300
HORTICULTR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
169,745.00
200,540.00
210,223.00
195,618.00
.00
TOTAL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
SALARY PROJEr
\
FY
APPROVED
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
HIRE
DEPT
LAST NAME
1ST NAME
^1 SHEETS 10 11
I
POS1S
CUR
Grade
DATE
1
REOUEST
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
INC
SALARY
MEO
MENT
INSUR
SUP
+ INCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
AMT
• INCR
7.65
6.47
EXP
5.00
~1
ar
.
REQ
4950
MONTEVERDI
RACHEL
BULLOCK
4950
HARGROVE
TONIA
DUNSTON
4950
FISHER
TYRONE
HIGHT
4950
HARGROVE
02/16/08
EXTENSION DIRECTOR
VACANT
MCKENZ1E
PAUL
4950
BAIN
ERIN
4950
Wilson
Ametta
taxi
Ro COOPER^^H PM 1
[
M
, P
21.4B3
0.00%
0
21,483
1,643
1.880
1,870
26,876
13,625
O.D0%
0
13,G25
1,042
1,192
1,578
17.43B
25,000
0.00%
0
25,000
1,913
2,188
1,775
30,575
10,225
0.00%
0
10,225
782
895
1,806
13,708
■1 ■H
^^B>70B
■1
12,250
0.00%
0
12.2SO
937
1,072
1,039
15.298
18,185
0.00%
0
13,185
1.391
1,591
1.B70
23,037
EFNEP
8,792
0.00%
0
8.792
673
769
590
10,324
■ ■1 m
■ ■ H M.13S
^ls9J3G
7,599
8^92
H 8.722
GROVES
V1CK
0
8.75
1 m■ ■1
|950
4950
AGENT
TOTAL
oa/oi/05
4-H AGENT
B
,E
a
0
124,348
BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
Cooperative Extension
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCTtf: 104950
MISSION STATEMENT
Warren County Cooperative Extension partners with communities to deliver education and
technology that enrich the lives, land and economy of North Carolinians.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
The Smith Lever Act of 1914 established the Cooperative Extension Service to extend
information developed at land grant universities and research farms to citizens. Extension is a
federal, state and county government partnership operating under a Memorandum of
Understanding.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1.
North Carolina will have profitable, environmentally sustainable plant, animal and food
systems that support thriving communities and provide all North Carolinians access to safe,
nutritious food.
2.
Youth and adults will achieve educational success through intentional non-formal and
formal educational opportunities that expand and enhance skills and knowledge.
3.
North Carolina residents at all stages of life use effective parenting and life skills to
create stable, safe and secure environments.
4.
North Carolina's natural resources and environmental quality will be protected, conserved
and enhanced, and ecosystem benefits will be optimized.
5.
Adults and children of all ages and abilities will make healthy food choices and be
physically active to achieve or maintain a healthy weight and prevent chronic disease.
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1.
8855 contacts made in agricultural, forest and food systems, pesticide education, forestry
education, and conservation.
2.
4797 contacts made in developing responsible youth programs.
3.
2694 contacts made in programs that strengthen and sustain families and help build quality
communities.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
FY 2008 - 09
FY 2009 - 10
1.
Contacts in agricultural, forest, food systems
1424
8855
2.
Contacts in developing responsible youth
451
4797
3.
Contacts in strengthening and sustaining families
2346
2694
1
TRENDS & ISSUES EFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FY 2010 -11
1. Frozen Secretary Position and adding a NCATSU Program Technician
2. Job losses and economy
3. Over 80% of the county is in forestland.
4. Increase cost of farming (fuel, fertilizer, etc..)
5. Life skills development of youth as well as health and weliness of family members continues to
be needed.
FUNDING HISTORY
FY 2009 - 10
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ESTIMATED
REQUESTED
%(+)(-)
Expenditure Detail
132,297
Salaries & Benefits
Operating Expenses
123,272
140,947
42,204
69,276
55,748
Capital Outlay
Total
165,476
188,045
210,223
Revenue Sources
State
Federal
Miscellaneous
County
Total
STAFFING HISTORY
FY 2008 - 09
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ESTIMATED
REQUESTED
County Extension Director
1
1
1
Extension Agents
5
5
5
Extension Secretaries
1
1
2
+12.5%
+39%
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FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104952
BUCK SPRING CAMP DEVELOPMENT
____________________________________________
104952
512000
SALARIES
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
518100
FICA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
518200
RETIREMENT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
518300
HOSPTLZATN
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
519400
CONT SRVS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
519900
PROF SERV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
519905
ENV REVIEW
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
523109
TRAIL GRT
14,500.00
14,500.00
14,500.00
14,500.00
.00
104952
526000
OFF SUPP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
529910
REENACT EX
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
532100
TELEPHONE
295.00
295.00
295.00
295.00
.00
104952
533000
UTILITIES
930.00
960.00
950.00
950.00
.00
104952
535100
MAINT
2,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
.00
104952
539100
ADVERTISNG
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
544000
OFF MCH CT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
549100
DUE/SUB
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104952
549900
MISC
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
17,725.00
20,755.00
20,745.00
20,745.00
.00
TOTAL BUCK SPRING CAMP DEVEL
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2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104955
COOPERATIVE EXT 4-H PROGRAM
____________________________________________
104955
529901
OPRTG EXP
2,770.00
1,750.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
.00
104955
529913
ACT FEES
1,000.00
6,752.00
1,500.00
3,500.00
.00
104955
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104955
531102
TRAVEL EXP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL COOPERATIVE EXT 4-H PR
3,770.00
8,502.00
4,000.00
4,500.00
.00
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2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104960
SOIL CONSERVATION
____________________________________________
104960
512000
SALARIES
105,182.00
100,182.00
100,182.00
100,182.00
.00
104960
518100
FICA
7,664.00
7,664.00
7,664.00
7,664.00
.00
104960
518200
RETIREMENT
4,939.00
4,929.00
6,482.00
6,482.00
.00
104960
518300
HOSPTLZATN
15,489.00
17,580.00
19,866.00
18,672.00
.00
104960
525001
GAS/VEH EX
2,150.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
.00
104960
525900
VEH TX/TGS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
526000
OFF SUPP
3,064.00
2,500.00
2,800.00
2,240.00
.00
104960
526001
OFSUP COST
274.00
988.00
500.00
500.00
.00
104960
526127
GRT EXPENS
4,128.00
1,905.00
1,492.00
1,492.00
.00
104960
529904
DSTR OPEXP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
531102
TRAVEL EXP
176.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
1,200.00
.00
104960
531106
TRV/COST S
1,196.00
600.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
.00
104960
531107
MLAGE/COST
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
532100
TELEPHONE
207.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
532102
INT/EMAIL
.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
4,400.00
.00
104960
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
340.00
400.00
400.00
.00
104960
532500
POSTAGE
165.00
176.00
180.00
180.00
.00
104960
532501
POST - CS
165.00
88.00
180.00
180.00
.00
104960
535109
BLDG CLNG
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
539100
ADVERTISNG
818.50
1,000.00
1,100.00
1,100.00
.00
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2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
104960
539103
ADV - CS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
541005
RENT ASSIT
18,000.00
18,000.00
18,000.00
18,000.00
.00
104960
543000
COPY CHGS
.00
.00
680.00
680.00
.00
104960
544000
OFF MCH CT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
544002
OFF MCH CS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
549100
DUE/SUB
1,631.50
1,700.00
1,700.00
1,700.00
.00
104960
549900
MISC
.00
.00
100.00
100.00
.00
104960
554000
VEHICLE
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
555025
COM/CST SH
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
104960
575000
VEH/EQ PAY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
165,249.00
162,852.00
168,026.00
169,172.00
.00
TOTAL SOIL CONSERVATION
SALARY PROJEr
FY
N SHEETS 10 11
I
APPROVED
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22710
CUR
HIRE
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
INC
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
AMT
♦ INCR
7.6S
6.47
EXP
5.00
REQUEST
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
*INCfi
Grade
INCR
AMT
TOTAL
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
1
POSI#
4960
BALES
ELEANOR
K
2101
12(03(02
ADMINIS ASSIST II
15
24,632
0.00%
0
24,632
1.884
1,594
6,224
34.334
4960
HOLTZMANN
GARY
D
2102
01(16(03
SOIL AND WATER
20
31,390
0.0 07,
0
31,390
2,401
2,031
6,224
42,046
44,160
3,378
3,857
6,224
56.6Z0
0
0
100.182
7,664
6.4B2
18.6T2
4960
WEST
LARRY
T
2100
DATE
11(16(88
Grade
SWCD DIRECTOR
24
44,160
0
0.00%
0
TOTA . *9S0 SOIL AND WATEF
100.1B2
._.
_
■
0
0
133.000
27
BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
Soil & Water Conservation
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCT#: 104960
MISSION STATEMENT
To provide leadership in a partnership effort to assist citizens to conserve, improve and sustain our
natural resources and the environment.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
To promote harmony between people and the land.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1. Improve public awareness of the need for natural resources conservation and promote other
programs offered by Warren SWCD.
2. Utilize State and Federal cost share programs to install Best management Practices (BMPs) on
eligible agricultural lands.
3. Expand on various educational contests (poster, essay and public speaking) In the local school
system.
4. Competed in the SWCD Area IV Envirothon competition.
5. Conduct the 7th Annual Warren County Ecology Field Day for the 6* Grade children in Warren
County.
6. Make information available to the public, regarding conservation of our natural resources
during Warren County Government Day.
7. Continue to conduct informational and educational programs to the schools, civic groups and
submit conservation articles to the news media.
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1. Organized and conducted the 6th Annual Warren County Ecology Field Day at WCMS.
2. Allocated all BMP (Best Management Practices) cost share funds received from the USDA and
the State.
3. Conducted numerous educational programs in Hit local school systems and to civic and
community groups within the county.
4. Participated in Career Day at the local Schools and Warren County Government Day.
5. Assisted with the RC&D Four Rivers project within the county.
(i. Competed in anil assisted with the Area IV F.nvirnthon.
7. Assisted the conservation partnerships with implementation of USDA Farm Bill programs.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
FV 21)09-10
FY 2010-11
1. Attended loc.il civic mestings iu Btnphastee
compliance of farm programs
2.
Submitted articles for publication «i local news media
3. NCACS contracts developed
4. Clients Hint received assistance from Warren S\VCI>
6
<>
45
I (ton
Kino
5. Monthly swcd lionnl meeting convened
10
10
6. NCACS Cunintcis spot-checked to assure eompltBnei
10
10
7. Acres enrolled in USDA programs CREI'< CHI', WIMP
75
50
8. USDA contract! spot checked
S
f>
3. Technical seminars attended bysiaff
5
5
TRENDS & ISSUES EFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FV 2010-11
1. State budget is not adopted until after July 1, 2010. State may not match full projection of locul
budget needs for NCACS Technician especially due lo present state of the economy.
2. Financial assistance from State and Federal for cost share programs are, historically, decreasing
annually. Gov. Perdue requesting 5-7% hndgi't reduction within Individual state departments; we
may loose sonic or all cost share ninnies.
BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
Soil & Water Conservation
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCT#: 104960
MISSION STATEMENT
To provide leadership in a partnership effort to assist citizens to conserve, improve and sustain our
natural resources and the environment.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
To promote harmony between people and the land.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1. Improve public awareness of the need for natural resources conservation and promote other
programs offered by Warren SWCD.
2. Utilize State and Federal cost share programs to install Best management Practices (BMPs) on
eligible agricultural lands.
3. Expand on various educational contests (poster, essay and public speaking) In the local school
system.
4. Competed in the SWCD Area IV Envirothon competition.
5. Conduct the 7th Annual Warren County Ecology Field Day for the 6* Grade children in Warren
County.
6. Make information available to the public, regarding conservation of our natural resources
during Warren County Government Day.
7. Continue to conduct informational and educational programs to the schools, civic groups and
submit conservation articles to the news media.
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1. Organized and conducted the 6th Annual Warren County Ecology Field Day at WCMS.
2. Allocated all BMP (Best Management Practices) cost share funds received from the USDA and
the State.
3. Conducted numerous educational programs in Hit local school systems and to civic and
community groups within the county.
4. Participated in Career Day at the local Schools and Warren County Government Day.
5. Assisted with the RC&D Four Rivers project within the county.
(i. Competed in anil assisted with the Area IV F.nvirnthon.
7. Assisted the conservation partnerships with implementation of USDA Farm Bill programs.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
FV 21)09-10
FY 2010-11
1. Attended loc.il civic mestings iu Btnphastee
compliance of farm programs
2.
Submitted articles for publication «i local news media
3. NCACS contracts developed
4. Clients Hint received assistance from Warren S\VCI>
6
<>
45
I (ton
Kino
5. Monthly swcd lionnl meeting convened
10
10
6. NCACS Cunintcis spot-checked to assure eompltBnei
10
10
7. Acres enrolled in USDA programs CREI'< CHI', WIMP
75
50
8. USDA contract! spot checked
S
f>
3. Technical seminars attended bysiaff
5
5
TRENDS & ISSUES EFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FV 2010-11
1. State budget is not adopted until after July 1, 2010. State may not match full projection of locul
budget needs for NCACS Technician especially due lo present state of the economy.
2. Financial assistance from State and Federal for cost share programs are, historically, decreasing
annually. Gov. Perdue requesting 5-7% hndgi't reduction within Individual state departments; we
may loose sonic or all cost share ninnies.
3. Major cash crops such as tobacco are decreasing and alternative farming initiatives will be
required for agriculture to remain viable.
4. Environmental emphasis will shift from cropland to livestock concerns.
5. Changes in agricultural land-use to residential or commercial development will have an impact
on the environment.
FUNDING HISTORY
FY 2008-09
ACTUAL
2009-10
ESTIMATE
FY 2010-11
REOUESTED
%(+)(-
Expenditure Detail
Salaries & Benefits
Operating Expenses
Capital Outlay
126,022.00
32,013.00
0.00
129,870.00
31,78100
131,908.00
33,832.00
0.00
0.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
Revenue Sources
State
Federal
Miscellaneous
County
Total
STAFFING HISTORY
FY 2008-09
ACTUAL
FY 2009-10
ESTIMATED
FY 2010-11
%(+)(-)
REQUESTED
+1.774%
Expansion
Sheets
T
WARREN COUNTY
TECHNOLOGICAL REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Technological Request
.lustificiiliiin
"A
t
f
Condition
Replacement SN#
0
HUDGFT LIST. ITEM IM'OUMATION:
Account Number:
— 5
Amount:
oc
Total Cost Requests): Sjf
Will iIil; County receive any reimbursement (revenues) for requests)? ^6
amount.Revenue line iicm'-:
Submitted by: V
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Date:
.So/7 & Water
Warren County Soil & Water
Conservation District
820 Hwv 158 Bus. W.. Suite 102. Warrenton. NC 27589 ♦ Phone: 2S2-237-3836 Fax: 252-257-4499
DATE:
March 1,2010
TO:
Linda Worth, County Manager
FROM:
Larry West, SWCD Director
SUBJECT:
2010-2011 Budget Requests
There are three non-federal computer work stations located in our office. Historically all non-federal
computer work stations have been allowed to function on the federal server with NRCS absorbing all
affiliated costs. Due to national budget constraints NRCS is allowing one non-federal computer work
station per local office to remain on the federal server at no cost. To accommodate our clients the
Warren Soil & Water Conservation District is requesting a county internet/email connection to be
installed on one computer in our office assigned to Administrative Assistant, Kaye Bales-Neal. In
addition, we are requesting the suggested funding of $3200 or "computer seat fees" that will allow
one non-federal computer work station assigned to Soil Technician, Gary Holtzmann, to remain on
the federal (NRCS) server. Duties of the Soil Technician require him to use programs that are
installed on the federal server. The third computer, used by the Director, Larry West, will remain on
the federal server at no cost to the county. Duties of the Director require him to have daily access to
the federal server to plan, design, implement and assist Warren County landowners with federal
programs to remain eligible for funding from various local, state and federal agencies.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thank you.
04/22/2010 16:17
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
66
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105100
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
____________________________________________
105100
512000
SALARIES
1,759,522.00
1,747,299.00
1,697,736.00
1,629,210.00
.00
105100
512001
SAL P/T
.00
43,300.00
43,300.00
43,300.00
.00
105100
512200
WRKMNS COM
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
517000
BRD MBR EX
3,600.00
3,220.00
2,221.00
2,221.00
.00
105100
518100
FICA
135,261.00
131,344.00
133,189.00
127,947.00
.00
105100
518200
RETIREMENT
84,658.00
82,342.00
109,844.00
105,410.00
.00
105100
518300
HOSPTLZATN
256,947.00
287,726.00
325,140.00
299,374.00
.00
105100
519108
ACCTNG SRV
4,000.00
4,000.00
4,000.00
4,000.00
.00
105100
519117
CONT/HIPAA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519202
LEG SERVS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519207
OCCUP THER
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519301
SCH HLTH
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519302
CLIN FEES
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519303
CONT P T
128,700.00
125,700.00
125,700.00
125,700.00
.00
105100
519304
CONT NURS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519305
SPCH THRPY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519306
CONT CHT
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
.00
105100
519307
PED/PHY FE
11,000.00
13,000.00
13,000.00
13,000.00
.00
105100
519308
PED/NUR PR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519309
FAM PL/MAT
36,000.00
33,000.00
33,000.00
33,000.00
.00
105100
519310
MED DIR FE
6,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
6,000.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
67
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105100
519312
DRUG TEST
135.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
519400
CONT SRVS
68,759.00
57,470.00
48,700.00
48,700.00
.00
105100
519401
CONT SOC W
5,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
.00
105100
521000
CLEAN SUPP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
523010
ED SUPP
9,001.00
8,894.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
.00
105100
523113
BIO-TER EX
29,226.00
55,487.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
.00
105100
523116
H1N1 EXP
.00
66,000.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
523800
MED/STAFF
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
523802
PHAR SUPP
42,287.00
42,287.00
42,287.00
42,287.00
.00
105100
525001
GAS/VEH EX
35,000.00
35,000.00
35,000.00
35,000.00
.00
105100
525900
VEH TX/TGS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
526000
OFF SUPP
35,467.00
31,553.00
25,803.00
20,642.00
.00
105100
526100
NON CAP EQ
22,552.00
17,645.00
9,500.00
9,500.00
.00
105100
526105
FURNITURE
11,602.00
3,383.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
.00
105100
529905
NONBL OPEX
110,944.00
74,394.00
67,042.00
67,042.00
.00
105100
529906
BILLBL MED
110,000.00
110,000.00
110,000.00
110,000.00
.00
105100
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
531102
TRAVEL EXP
41,587.00
29,800.00
28,000.00
22,400.00
.00
105100
532100
TELEPHONE
53,806.00
26,889.00
26,200.00
26,200.00
.00
105100
532102
INT/EMAIL
.00
18,340.00
17,210.00
17,210.00
.00
105100
532109
TELE/CELL
.00
7,023.00
7,973.00
7,973.00
.00
105100
532500
POSTAGE
16,027.00
18,664.00
18,364.00
18,364.00
.00
105100
533000
UTILITIES
40,000.00
38,000.00
38,000.00
38,000.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
68
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105100
535100
MAINT
81,574.00
54,610.00
54,610.00
54,610.00
.00
105100
535105
PAINTING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
539100
ADVERTISNG
34,900.00
21,540.00
20,040.00
20,040.00
.00
105100
539106
AD INCENT
.00
13,949.00
12,000.00
12,000.00
.00
105100
539900
BK SRV CHG
55.00
55.00
67.00
67.00
.00
105100
543000
COPY CHARG
6,711.00
6,711.00
6,737.00
6,737.00
.00
105100
544000
OFF MCH CT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
544001
EQUIP MT/C
5,920.00
6,040.00
6,040.00
6,040.00
.00
105100
545400
INS PREM
10,326.00
11,000.00
11,000.00
11,000.00
.00
105100
549100
DUE/SUB
5,880.00
8,606.00
7,891.00
7,891.00
.00
105100
549104
CERT FEES
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
549500
CSH O/S EX
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
549901
MOVE EXP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
554000
VEHICLE
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
555003
EQUIP/CAP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
555012
CP&L HEAT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
555032
CAP/BIO
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105100
575000
VEH/EQ PAY
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
3,202,947.00
3,245,771.00
3,123,094.00
3,008,365.00
.00
TOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT
SALARY PROJEiFY
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
APPROVED
HIRE
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
NSHEETS 1011
I
POSI# V.
CUR
Grade
DATE
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
INC
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
AMT
♦ INCR
7.6S
exp
6.00
REQUEST
SALARY
REQ
PERC
+ 1NCR
Grade
INCR
RECLAS
AMT
6.47
0
0
TOTAL
0
5100
BARTHOLOMEW
SHARON
J
2217
05/04/92
ACCT TEC IV
18
32.155
0.00%
0
32.155
2,460
2,080
6,224
42,919
5100
BASKERVILLE
HILDA
H
16
08/16/OS
PUB HTH ED
18
27,638
0.00 vi
0
27.638
2,114
1.768
6,224
37,764
28
SALARY PROJE
FV
APPROVED
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
HIRE
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
I SHEETS 1011
1
POSI0
%
CUR
OATE
Grade
REQUEST
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
+ INCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
INC
AMT
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
+ INCR
7.65
6.47
EXP
S.OO
TOTAL
5100
BOVD
CAROLYN
S
2210
02/01/07
OFFICASSITIII
11
21,648
0.00%
D
1,401
6.224
30.929
5100
BRAME
ALISON
N
2220
04/22/02
SOC WKR 11
23
35,277
0.00%
0
35,277
2.699
2,282
6,224
46,482
5100
BROTHERS
MARSHALL
3900
10% 11/02/92
LANDFILL MGR
30
6,105
0.00%
o
6,105
467
395
622
7,589
5100
CAP PS
SARA SCOTT
5100
CATON
BARBARA
5100
COFFMAN
CHERYL
W
21,648
1,656
2215
O1/O2/07
PHNII
25
42,441
0.00%
0
42,441
3,247
2,746
6,224
£4,658
2225
09/01/09
MED LAB TECH II
19
31.924
B.0OK
D
31,924
2,442
2,065
6.224
42,656
2610
03/30/92
PHN III
26
56.235
o.oir..,
0
55,235
4,302
3,638
6.224
70.399
1,859
5100
COPPEDGE
JUDITH
£
2612
,02/16/04
ACCT CLERK IV
13
24,303
0.00%
0
24,303
1.572
6,224
33,959
5100
CRAWFORD
JESSICA
F.
2212
10/11/04
ENV HLTH SUOV 1
27
44.000
0.00%
0
44,000
3,366
2,847
6,224
56,437
510Q
DAVIS
CINDY
220S
10/03/94
OFF ASSISTIV
13
26, BSE
0.00%
0
26.8B6
2.057
1,740
6,224
36,907
5100
DAVIS
STACY
2200
02/01/08
PHNII
25
39,780
0.00%
0
39,780
3,043
2,574
6,224
51,621
5100
DICKERSON
AMANDA
2233
08/1B/08
PHNM
25
38.893
0.00%
0
38.893
2.975
2,516
6,224
50.SQ9
5100
EDWARDS
KELLY
D
18
10/01/09
NUTRITIONISI
18
27,639
0.00%
0
27,639
2,114
1.7BB
6,224
37.766
5100
ENDECOTT
HEATHER
B
2221
05/16/08
PHNII
25
38,893
0.00%
0
38,893
2,975
2,516
6,224
50,608
5100
EVANS
KAREN
B
2211
01/20/04
COM HLTH ASST
12
20,624
0.00%
0
20.624
1,578
1,334
6,224
29,761
5100
FIELD
BARBARA
G
2201
05/19/97
PROC ASSIST 111
11
21.788
0.00 „
0
21,788
1,667
1.410
6.22-1
31.088
5100
GRAY
SUSAN
A
2236
10/16/06
NUTRITIONIST II
21
33,722;
0.007,
0
33,722
2,580
2.182
6,224
44,708
09/19/94
PHNDIRI
30
61,622
0.00%
0
61,622
4,714
3,987
6,224
76.547
PHNII
25
41,000
0.00%
0
41,000
3,137
2.653
6,224
53.013
COM HLTH TECH
14
22.739
0.00%
o
22.739
1,740
1,471
G,22d
32,174
43,745:
0.00%
0
43,745
3,346
2,830
6,224
56,145
5100
HALL
KAYE
2209
5100
HAWKINS
MELISSA
2207
09/16/08
5100
HAYES
JEAN
2608
I0B/18/09
5100
HICKS
MARYLAND
2613
OB/01/06
PHNII
25
5100
HIGHT
PETER
2203
02/0 1/08
ENVIR HLTH SPEC
24
37,041
0.00%
0
37,041
2,834
2,397
6,224
48.496
5100
JOHNS
LINDA
2E00
11/26/90
PHN SUPV II
29
57,599
0.00%
0
57,599
4,406
3,727
6,224
71,956,
5100
KEARNEY
CHLESTINE
2605
06/23/03
OFFICE ASST III
11
19,643,
0.00%
0
19,643
1,503
1.271
6,224
28,641
2206
02/14/08
PHNII
25
41,820'
0.00%
D
41.820
3,199
2.706
6,224
53,949
0
27,976
2.140
1,810
6,224
3B.150
s
M
5100
MARKS
MELISSA
5100
MARROW
DEADRE
2218
05/01/92
PROC ASST IV
13
27,9761
0.00%
5100
MARROW
MARY
2231
02/21/94
HLTH EOIII
26
40,838
0.00%
0
40.B3B
3.124
2.642
6,224
52.828
87
01/19/10
PHNII
25
38.893
0.00%
0
3B.B93
2,975
2,516
6,224
50,609
2219
10/11/04
PUB HLTH ED
1B
27,639
0.00%
0
27.639
2,114
1.7BB
6,224
37.766
2222
05/15/00
PHN SUPV 1
27
50,306
0.00%
0
50.306
3.B48
3,255
6,224
63.633
28,956
0.00%
2,215
1.873
6,224
39,269
1,529
1.291
6.224
29.030
28.664
5100
MCAUSLAN
MARY
5100
MILLS
LARISSA
5100
MILLS
WENONA
M
T
510Q
MOODY
JEAN
2240
OB/01/08
LPNII
17
0
28,955
5100
OLIVERO-ACEVEDC
NYDIA
2614
OB/11/03
OFF ASST III
11
19.9B4
0.00°.
0
19,984
5100
PERKIN5ON
MARIA
V
2204
01/16/07
PROC ASST 111
11
19,664
0.007.
0
19,664
1,504
1,272
6,224
T
2223
01/21/92
REHAB TECH
14
29,948
0.00%
0
29,948
2,291
1.933
6,224
40.401
ES
01/02/09
LANG INTERP.
14
22,739
0.00%
0
22,739
1.740
1,471
6,224
23\174,
2G03
OB/30/04
SOC WKR II
23
35.277
0
35,277
2,699
2,282
6,224
46,482
5100
PRINCE
5100
SALINAS DE BENEDICT HILDA
KAREN
5100
SEAMAN
ADRIENNE
SALARY PROJE
FY
NSHEETS 10 11
1 (EOUEST
APPROVED
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
CUR
HIRE
%
SALARY
REQ
PERC
HECLAS
+ INCR
Grade
1NCR
AMT
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
5100
SILVER
LASH AWN DA
0
2205
08(01(06
COM HLTH ASST
12
20,624
5100
SMILEY
SALLIE
w
2227
03/02/94
COM SUP TECH 1
16
28.332
I
posi»
DATE
Grade
0.00%
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
ISC
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
AMT
+ INCR
7.65
6.47
EXP
5.00
TOTAL
0
20,624
1,678
1,334
G.224
29.761
0
28.332
2.167
1,833
6.224
38,556
30
SALARY PROJE'
2010-2011 AS OF 4/22/10
FY
CUR
SALARY
REQ
PERC
RECLAS
♦ [NCR
Grade
INCR
AMT
APPROVED
FICA
RETIRE
HOSP
401K
INC
SALARY
MED
MENT
INSUR
SUP
AMT
+ INCR
7.65
6.47
EXP
5.00
TOTAL
1
POSItf %
GEORGE
A
2226
05/09/05
HEALTH DIRECTOR
34
66,000
0.00%
0
66,000
5,049
4,270
6,224
81,543
KAREN
L
2229
08/17/92
PRO ASST IV
13
27.159
0.00%
□
27,159
2.078
1,757
6.224
37,217
WANDA
2230
08/01/96
PROASSTIII
11
22.433
0.00%
0
22.433
1.716
1.451
6.224
31,824
2232
05/01/92
LPNII
17
36,404
0.00%
0
36,404
2,786
2,355
6,224
47,768
DEPT LAST NAME
1ST NAME
5100
SMITH
5100
SOLOMON
5100 .STEED
REQUEST
APPROVED
HIRE
1
N SHEETS 1011
DATE
Grade
5100
THARRINGTON
LEE ANN
5100
VALENTIEN
CHARLES
T
15
01/19/10
ENV HEALTH SPEC
24
37,041
0.00%
0
37,041
2,834
2.397
6.224
48,495
5100
WATSON
CRYSTAL
Y
2216
10/01/09
PROCESSING ASSIST III
11
19,643
0.00%
0
19,643
1,503
1.271
6,224
28,641
5100
WELLS
SUSAN
H
2228
05/27/03
PHNSUPVI
27
50,306
0.00%
0
50,306
3,848
3,255
6,224
63,633
WILLIAMS
ELIZABETH
2602
02/16/06
COM HLTH TECH
14
22,740
0.00%
0
22,740
1,740
1.471
6.224
32.174
5100
WILLIAMS
JACQUELINE
2202
09/18/06
ADMIN ASST 11 (SPA)
19
29,022
0.00%
0
29,022
2.220
1.87S
6.224
39.344:
5100
WILSON
SANDRA
2235
11/01/95
PROC ASSIST III
11
22,661
0.00%
0
22,661
1.734j
1,466
6,224
32,085
RALPH
2236
01/09/92
GEN UTILIT
11
13.000
0.00%
0
13,000
841
0
14,835
29.717
0.00%
0
29,717
2,273
1.923
0
33,913
35,277
0.00%
0
35,277
2,699
2.282
6,224
46,462
5100
I
5100 | YOUNG
5100
ON CALL PAY
5100
VACANT GOODWYN
SOCIAL WORKER II
1 ■1 ■
512001
5100
LYNCH
SUBTOTAL SIO^^^^I
23
FAYE
62
1
45% 07/01/06
■a
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BUDGET FUNDING SUMMARY
WARREN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
FY 2010-11
DEPARTMENT:
HEALTH
DIVISION:
FUND/ACCTO:
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Warren County Health Department is to provide services to improve
and protect the health of Warren County citizens.
AUTHORITY/PURPOSE
Local health director shall be the administrative head of local department, shall perform
health duties prescribed by and under the supervision of the local board of health.
UPCOMING YEAR DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1.
Expand Family Planning Program to provide clinical services (5) days a week
2. Refine preparedness policies, procedures, and exercises to assure compliance with
Federal and State requirements
3. Complete Community Health Assessment
4. WIC will institute the Loving Support Peer Counselor Program
CURRENT YEAR DEPARTMENT OUTCOMES
1. Two RNs on staff are conducting additional Family Planning Clinics
2. Responded to citizens* onsite wastewater and well permits requests
3. Achieved 100% of state required inspections for food and lodging.
4. Health Check Program was discontinued
5. WIC maintained caseload as State WIC numbers decreased slightly
6. Compiled the State of the County Report
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS/MEASURES
FY 2008-09
1. Number of Health Department Services
12,000
2. Septic Permits Issued
>150
FY 2009-10
1130
>125
3. Percent of Food and Lodging Inspections
100%
100%
4. Partnership Members
146
146
S
TRENDS & ISSUES AFFECTING DEPARTMENT - FY 2010-11
1. More stringent State regulations or all programs
2. Decrease in Environmental health is due to current economic climate
3. Competition with Private industry for Home Health client base
FUNDING HISTORY
/g\
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
ACTUAL
ESTIMATED
REQUESTED
2,048,643
799,089
2,118,587
2,271,795
813,885
%(+)(-)
Expenditure Detail
Salaries & Benefits
Operating Expenses
Capital Outlay
Total
0
789,062
0
+7.23%
+3.14%
0
2,847,732
2,907,649
3,085,680
+6.12%
602,445
314,233
1,019,625
16,417
565,706
201,000
•24.97%
876,299
-1031%
17,187
100,000
+ 2.03%
341,936
754,024
261,713
977,020
16,845
175,000
553,076
723,047
1,325,488
+8332%
2,847,732
2,907,649
3,085,680
+6.12%
Revenue Sources
State
Federal
Other Revenue
County MOE
Health Reserve
County
Total
•23.19%
-42.85%
STAFFING HISTORY
FY 200849
ACTUAL
ACCT CLERK IV
COMM HLTH TECH
COMP SUPPORT TECH
4
4
10
1
0
1
1
2
2
2
2
#
1
I
1
2
1
1
1
1
PHN SUPVI
PROC ASSIST III
PROC ASSIST IV
PUB HLTH EDUCATOR I
PUB HLTH EDUCATOR II
PUB HLTH EDUCATOR III
REHAB THERAPIST
OFFICE ASSIST III
OFFICE ASSIST IV
SOCWKRH
1
0
2
PEDIATRIC NURSE PRAC. PT emp: 1
PHN SUPV II
PHN DIRI
1
1
LPNII
PHNII
PHN III
FY 2010-11
REQUESTED
1
ENV HLTH SUPVSR
ENV HLTH SPEC
HLTH DIRECTOR
HLTH GEN UTWKR
LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
MED LAB TECH II
NUTRITIONIST I
NUTRITIONIST II
ESTIMATED
1
ACCTTECHIV
ADMIN ASST I
ADMIN ASST II
COMM HLTH ASST
FY 2009-10
1
1
1
1
8
8
1
I
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
5
2
5
2
2
2
1
I
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
2
2
%(+K-)
Expansion
Sheets
T
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WARREN COUNTY
TECHNOLOGICAL REQUEST FORM
FISCAL YEAR 2010-11
Technological Request
Replacemen! SN#
Condition
Justification
CPU units
See attached
Over 3 yrs old
Replacement of computers ever 3 yr old
According to IT directors
recommendations
Laptop
See attached
Replacement of computers over 3 yr old
Over 3 yrs uIil
According to IT directors
recommendations
BUDGET LINK I I'luM INI-'OK.UATION:
Account Number:
105100-526100
Amoimt:
Total Cust RiMpjL'sl{s):
iLsc identify the source, tlic revenue line item, nnc the
Will the County rcctix'i: ;my reimbursement (revenues) for requests)?
:uiiount. Revenue line ttcratf:
Stihmiticd by:
Revalue Amount:
Date:
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Karen Solomon
Hilda Baskerville
Crystal Watson
Karen Prince
Wanda Steed
Nydia Olivero
Andy Smith
Maria Perkinson
Allison Brame
Adrienne Seaman
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11 computers slated for replacement in 2010-201
2005
2005
2005
2005
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
Business compui Win
Business compui Win
Business compui Win
Business compui Win
HP Pavilion 061 Win
HP Pavilion 061 Win
HP Pavilion 061 Win
Business compui Win
Business compui Win
Business compui Win
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
XP
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2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.07 gig AMD Athlon XP
2.07 gig AMD Athlon XP
2.07 gig AMD Athlon XP
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
2.8 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4
1.67 gig Intel Core Duo
HL-DT-ST CD RW GCE-8527B
HL-DT-ST CD RW GCE-8527B
HL-DT-ST CD RW GCE-8527B
HL-DT-ST DVD RW GCA
ASUS CD s480/AH CD ROM
ASUS CD S480/AH CD ROM
ASUS CD s480/AH CD ROM
HL-DT-ST CD RW CCE-8527B
HL-DT-ST CD RW GCE-8527B
HL-DT-ST CD RW GCE-8527B
Matshita UJD DVD/CDRW
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QUOTATION
QUOTE #:
Customer #:
Contract #:
CustomerAgreement #:
Quote Date:
Customer Name:
Date: 1/11/10 6:12:52 PM
TOTAL QUOTE AMOUNT:
$799.56
Product Subtotal:
$742.02
Tax:
$57.54
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
Shipping Method:
Ground
GROUP: 1
524125794
34226108
9914192
204A, ITS-002360
1/11/10
WARREN COUNTY
Total Number of System Groups:
SYSTEM PRICE: $742.021
QUANTITY: 1
GROUP TOTAL: $742.02
Base Unit
OptlPlex 780 Small Form Factor Bass Standard PSU (224-6076)
Processor.
OptlPtOX 780, Core 2 Duo E7500 With VT/2.93QHz,3M,106SFSB (317-2466)
Memory:
2GB.Non-ECC,1066MHz DDR3.2X10B.Doll OptlPlex 780 (317-2595)
Keyboard:
Delt QuIetKoy Keyboard, No Hot Keys, No Palmrest. English, OptlPlox (330-1989)
Monitor
No Monitor Selected, OptlPlex (320-3704)
Video Card:
Integrated Vldeo.GMA 4500,DollOptiPlex 760 and 960 (320-7407)
1
Hard Drive:
160OB SATA 3.0GWS and BMB Data Bunt Cache.Detl OptlPlox 780 (341-9792)
Floppy Disk Drlvo:
No Media Card Reader.FIIIor Panei,Doll OptlPlex 780 Small Form Factor (341-9768)
Operating System:
Windows 7 Professional Downgrade to XP Professional SP3. Media. Optlplex, English (421-2350)
Operating System:
Windows 7 Downgrado RLOB (421-1993)
Mouse:
Doll USB 2 Button Optical Mouse wHh Scroll.Black OptlPlox (330-2733)
NIC:
Intel Standard Manageability, Hardware Enabled Systems Management, Dell OptlPlex 780 (330S89S)
TBU:
No RAID, Doll OptlPlox 960 (341-8036)
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM Drive:
Cyberllnk Power DVD 8.3,wUh Media, Doll Relationship LOB (421-0636)
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM Drive:
8X DVD-ROM.OptlPlex 780 Small Form Factor (3134692)
Sound Card:
Heat Sink. Mainstream, Dell Optlplex Small Form Factor (311-9520)
Speakers:
Internal Chassis Speaker Optlon.Dell OptiPlox Small Form Factor (313-3352)
Cable:
OptlPlex 780 Small Form Faetor Standard Powor Supply (330-5902)
Cabto:
Doll Control Point lor OpIIPlox 780 (420-3276)
Cabto:
Enable Low Power Mode (or EUP Comptlanco.Dell OpllPlex (330-7422)
Documentation Diskette:
Oocumentallon.Ennllsh.Doll OptlPlex (330-1710)
Documentation Diskette:
Power Cord.125V.2M,C13,Oelt OptlPlex (330-1711)
Factory Installed Software:
Dell Energy Smart Power Management Settings Enabled Optiplex (330-4817)
Foaturo
No Resource DVD tor Celt Optlplex, Latlludo, Precision (313-3673)
Sorvlce:
Basic Support: Next Buslnoss Day Parts and Labor Onslto Rosponse 2 Year Extendod (905-3282)
Sorvlce:
Basic Support: Next Business Day Parts and Labor Onslto Response Initial Year (9064830)
Cell Hardware Limited Warranty Plus Onsllo Sorvlco Extonded Yoar(8) (905-4578)
Doll Hardware Limited Warranty Plus Onslto Service Initial Year (905-3157)
Standard On-Slto Installation Declined (900-9987)
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SALES REP:
Email Address:
Clifton Poff
[email protected]
PHONE:
Phone Ext:
1.512.725.0294
7250294
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PROJECTION: 2011
|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
69
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105200
AREA MENTAL HEALTH
____________________________________________
105200
519111
CNSLTNG SR
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105200
529901
OPRTG EXP
53,146.00
52,146.00
52,146.00
52,146.00
.00
105200
533000
UTILITIES
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105200
569100
5 CTS BOTT
7,415.00
7,169.00
7,169.00
7,169.00
.00
105200
569101
AD 5 CENTS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105200
569102
7 CENT BOT
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
60,561.00
59,315.00
59,315.00
59,315.00
.00
TOTAL AREA MENTAL HEALTH
Five County Mental Health Authority
Valeric Hcnnikc, Area Director
^J-C P~^^
Danny Wright, Area Board Chair
April 5,2010
Ms Linda Worth
Warren County Manager
PO Box 619
Warrcnton, N. C. 27589
Dear Ms. Worth,
The Five County Mental Health Authority requests for FY 2010/11 a county appropriation of $52,146
County General Fund and estimated $7,169 ABC funds. The Area Board approved this request at
their March 2010 meeting.
We greatly appreciate the past funding from your county and request your consideration of the funds
noted above. If you have questions please let me know.
Respectfully,
Valcric Hennike
Area Director
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WARREN COUNTY MANAGER'S OFFICE
134 S. Gamut Street Henderson, N.C. 27S36
(252) 430-1330
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
70
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105202
JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUN
____________________________________________
105202
519400
CONT SRVS
1,800.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
2,133.00
.00
105202
526000
OFF SUPP
200.00
250.00
200.00
533.00
.00
105202
526300
SUPP/MATER
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105202
526400
FOOD & PRO
2,897.00
2,040.00
1,300.00
2,373.00
.00
105202
529901
OPRTG EXP
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105202
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105202
531102
TRAVEL EXP
2,012.00
2,427.00
1,742.00
1,875.00
.00
105202
534000
PRINTING
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105202
539100
ADVERTISNG
200.00
100.00
200.00
433.00
.00
105202
549900
MISC
.00
1,720.00
2,305.00
4,086.00
.00
105202
560027
ALLI YOUTH
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL JUVENILE CRIME PREVENT
7,109.00
8,337.00
7,547.00
11,433.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
71
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105203
NORTH CENT. ALLIANCE FOR YOUTH
____________________________________________
105203
519400
CONT SRVS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105203
519406
DJJDP FUND
15,180.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105203
519407
LOCAL FDS
1,518.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105203
563001
PROG EXPND
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL NORTH CENT. ALLIANCE F
16,698.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
72
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105204
TRI-COUNTY CONFLICT MGMNT
____________________________________________
105204
519407
LOCAL FDS
.00
.00
.00
456.00
.00
105204
563001
PROG EXPND
5,370.00
5,280.00
5,280.00
4,560.00
.00
TOTAL TRI-COUNTY CONFLICT MG
5,370.00
5,280.00
5,280.00
5,016.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
73
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105205
COURT PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING
____________________________________________
105205
519311
PSYCHO TST
488.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL COURT PSYCHOLOGICAL TE
488.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
74
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105206
DJJDP EMERGENCY SHELTER CARE
____________________________________________
105206
519406
DJJDP FUND
.00
13,985.00
13,985.00
13,286.00
.00
105206
519407
LOCAL FDS
.00
1,399.00
1,399.00
1,328.00
.00
105206
563001
PROG EXPND
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
TOTAL DJJDP EMERGENCY SHELTE
.00
15,384.00
15,384.00
14,614.00
.00
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|WARREN COUNTY
|NEXT YEAR BUDGET LEVELS REPORT
|PG
75
|bgnyrpts
2011 BUDGET
FOR PERIOD 13
2009
2010
2011
2011
2011
GENERAL FUND
REVISED BUD
REVISED BUD
REQUEST
RECOMMEND
ADOPTED
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
105300
DSS ADMINISTRATION
____________________________________________
105300
512000
SALARIES
2,183,855.00
2,142,999.00
2,170,902.00
2,126,533.00
.00
105300
512001
SAL P/T
.00
25,918.00
25,918.00
25,918.00
.00
105300
517000
BRD MBR EX
1,900.00
2,016.00
2,437.00
2,437.00
.00
105300
518100
FICA
167,058.00
165,922.00
168,056.00
164,663.00
.00
105300
518200
RETIREMENT
104,926.00
105,209.00
140,459.00
137,587.00
.00
105300
518300
HOSPTLZATN
325,269.00
375,040.00
423,808.00
398,336.00
.00
105300
518400
401K
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
519117
CONT/HIPAA
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
519202
LEG SERVS
20,000.00
20,000.00
22,000.00
22,000.00
.00
105300
519312
DRUG TEST
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
519904
FS MAIL IS
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
523106
WK FST CON
44,000.00
40,000.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
.00
105300
523114
WF ASSESSM
4,200.00
1,800.00
2,100.00
2,100.00
.00
105300
525001
GAS/VEH EX
25,000.00
28,993.00
35,000.00
35,000.00
.00
105300
525900
VEH TX/TGS
709.00
709.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
526000
OFF SUPP
22,200.00
22,000.00
22,000.00
17,600.00
.00
105300
526100
NON CAP EQ
20,352.60
25,304.00
5,630.00
5,630.00
.00
105300
529000
CMPTR SFTW
3,500.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
.00
105300
531101
TRAV ADV
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
105300
531102
TRAVEL EXP
25,478.00
25,000.00
25,000.00
20,000.00
.00
105300
532100
TELEPHONE
38,500.00
32,600.00
32,000.00
32,000.00
.00

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