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Emery County approves 2009 Budget


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By PATSY STODDARD
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Emery County hosted two public hearings on budgets at the Dec. 16 commission meeting. The first public hearing was to hear comments on opening and amending the FY2008 Emery County budget for the Emery County general fund, special revenue funds, capital projects and for the Castle Valley Special Service District.

These amendments to the budget were needed because of the additional mineral lease money that came into the county and was applied to the 2009 capital projects budget.

The other public hearing was to receive public comments on the FY2009 budget for the Emery County General Fund, special revenue funds, capital projects funds and for the Castle Valley Special Service District. The FY2009 budget also includes a 4 percent cost of living increase for Emery County employees and elected officials, merit increases for employees, and increase in salary for the Clerk/Auditor and the justice court judge.

Commissioner Jeff Horrocks opened the public hearing for any comments from the public. He said the county commissioners were not included in the 4 percent cost of living increase. The Clerk/Auditor's wages will raise $3,000 per year due to state statute and this also applies to the justice court judge. Other one time bonuses will be paid to employees for extra duties during the time of the Crandall Canyon mine disaster.

Darrel Leamaster, manager for the CVSSD said there is a 4 percent cost of living increase in his budget as well. There are three separate budgets for the district, one is the general fund budget for day to day operations which will stay the same at $1,425,093 The district will be bringing another employee on after the first of the year to learn Leamaster's job until he retires in September of 2009. They will work together until that time. The capital projects budget is at $2.524,670. The debt service fund is at $1,797,930.

The Emery County budget is as follows:

REVENUE:
Taxes$7,639,340
Licenses and Permits$136,000
Intergovernmental$1,585,900
Charges for Services$589,000
Fines and Forfeitures$350,000
Miscellaneous$648,000
Total Revenue General Fund$10,948,240
EXPENDITURES:
Commissioners$303,350
Justice Court$306,260
Public Defender$83,500
Special Counsel$25,000
Law Library$3,500
IT Department$336,500
Clerk/Auditor$223,200
Treasurer$193,400
Recorder$229,250
Attorney$406,900
Assessor$315,220
Surveyor$10,000
Vehicle Registration$62,800
Senior Citizen$327,639
Courthouse$167,600
Elections$6,400
Planning and Zoning$157,300
Public Lands$102,200
Sheriff$2,350,600
Traffic Enforcement$154,000
Wild Land Fire$30,236
Corrections$738,000
Detention$98,500
Communications$751,000
Animal Control$28,100
Homeland Security$228,000
Health$78,345
Mental Health$60,304
Ambulance$497,500
Poor and Indigent$3,000
Highway$318,600
Landfill$277,950
Television$35,200
Extension$67,400
Weed Control and Mosquito$284,189
Unemployment/Worker's Comp$95,000
Independent Audit$19,000
Dues, Contributions and Transfers$1,050,147
Non Departmental$244,500
County Insurance$144,500
Airport$29,000
Personnel Director$105,150
Total Expenditures General Fund$10,948,240
CLASS B ROAD FUND
REVENUE:
Intergovernmental$2,121,200
Total Revenue$2,121,200
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures $2,121,200
Total Expenditures$2,121,20
EMERGENCY 911
REVENUE:
Special Fund Revenue$80,300
Total Revenue$80,300
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$80,300
Total Expenditures$80,300
DRUG COURT
REVENUE:
Intergovernmental$68,000
Total Revenue$68,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$68,000
Total Expenditures$68,000
TRANSIENT ROOM TAX
REVENUE:
Transient Room Tax$200,000
Contributions and Transfers$23,800
Total Revenue$223,800
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$223,800
Total Expenditures$223,800
EMERY CO. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
REVENUE:
Contributions and Transfers$118,250
Total Revenue$118,250
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures $118,250
Total Expenditures$118,250
DRUG TASK FORCE
REVENUE:
Federal Grants $74,732
Total Revenue$82,732
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures $82,732
Total Expenditures$82,732
INDUSTRIAL PARK
REVENUE:
Contributions and Transfers$31,000
Total Revenue$31,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$31,000
Total Expenditures$31,000
HISTORIC PRESERVATION
REVENUE:
Intergovernmental$5,000
Total Revenue$5,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$5,000
Total Expenditures$5,000
LIBRARY
REVENUE:
Taxes$703,900
Intergovernmental$4,500
Contributions and Transfers$36,500
Miscellaneous$7,000
Total Revenue$791,900
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures $791,900
Total Expenditures$791,900
CAPITAL PROJECTS
REVENUE:
Contributions and Transfers$50,000
Total Revenue$50,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$50,000
Total Expenditures$50,000
CAPITAL REPLACEMENT
REVENUE:
Contributions and Transfers$2,215,916
Total Revenue$2,215,916
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures $2,215,916
Total Expenditures$2,215,916
MUNICIPAL BUILDING AUTHORITY
REVENUE:
Lease Payments$42,000
Rent Payments$465,200
Intergovernmental$1,350,000
Interest$90,000
Use of Fund Balance$827,100
Total Revenue$2,774,300
EXPENDITURES:
Board Members$1,000
Public Notices$300
Airport Building$700,000
Public Safety Complex$40,000
Nursing Home Projects$1,500,000
Ferron Senior Center Parking Lot$13,000
Justice Center House$50,000
Bond Payment$470,000
Total Expenditures$2,774,300
DEBT SERVICE FUND
REVENUE:
Interest$22,000
Total Revenue$22,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$22,000
Total Expenditures$22,000
INSURANCE FUND
REVENUE:
Insurance Premiums/Refunds$2,000,000
Total Revenue$2,000,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$2,000,000
Total Expenditures$2,000,000
SAN RAFAEL MUSEUM
REVENUE:
Gift Shop Sales$15,000
Contributions and Transfer$89,500
Total Revenue$104,500
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$104,500
Total Expenditures$104,500
EMERY COUNTY FAIR
REVENUE:
Fair Receipts$12,000
Contributions and Transfer$50,000
Total Revenue$62,000
EXPENDITURES:
Miss Emery $7,000
Fair Expenses$55,000
Total Expenditures$62,000
AQUATIC CENTER
REVENUE:
Taxes$106,000
Charges for Services$214,000
Contributions and Transfers$25,000
Total Revenue$345,000
EXPENDITURES:
Expenditures$345,000
Total Expenditures$345,000
DEBT SERVICE - AQUATIC CENTER
REVENUE:
Taxes$250,000
Total Revenue$250,000
EXPENDITURES:
Bond Payment$250,000
Total Expenditures$250,000


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