A RESOLUTION MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS FUNDS, DEPARTMENTS,
INSTITUTIONS, OFFICES AND AGENCIES OF                                              COUNTY, TENNESSEE,
FOR THE YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2010, AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2011

SECTION 1. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of _______________ County, Tennessee, assembled in regular session on the 18th day of July, 2010, that the amounts hereafter set out are hereby appropriated for the purpose of meeting the expenses of the various funds, departments, institutions, offices and agencies of                                              County, Tennessee, for the capital outlay, and for meeting the payment of principal and interest on the county's debt maturing during the year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, according to the following schedule:

GENERAL FUND

51100

County Commission

$93,275

51210

Board of Equalization

2,575

51220

Beer Board

2,700

51230

Budget and Finance Committee

3,675

51300

County Mayor

206,422

51500

Election Commission (Including Voter Registration)

217,939

51600

Register of Deeds

195,252

51710

Development

20,000

51730

Building

135,128

51800

County Buildings

893,862

51900

Other General Administration

106,564

52300

Property Assessor's Office

226,173

52310

Reappraisal Program

80,803

52400

County Trustee's Office

46,539

52500

County Clerk's Office

32,960

53100

Circuit Court

435,120

53300

General Sessions Court

117,578

53400

Chancery Court

181,403

53500

Juvenile Court

202,294

54110

Sheriff's Department

1,983,068

54210

Jail

958,380

54310

Fire Prevention and Control

193,862

54410

Civil Defense

211,956

54420

Rescue Squad

10,000

55110

Local Health Center

222,400

55130

Ambulance/Emergency Medical Services

180,000

55170

Alcohol and Drug Programs

6,400

55190

Other Local Health Services

98,500

55720

Sanitation Education/Information

46,264

56500

Libraries

134,331

56700

Parks and Fair Boards

23,505

57100

Agriculture Extension Service

46,611

57500

Soil Conservation

33,059

58120

Industrial Development

8,616

58190

Other Economic and Community Development

468,720

58220

Airport

676,687

58300

Veterans' Services

9,530

58400

Other Charges

424,000

58900

 Miscellaneous

6,575

 

Transfers To Other Funds

130,000

 

Total General Fund

$9,072,726

 

COURTHOUSE & JAIL MAINTENANCE FUND

51800

County Buildings

$10,000

58400

Other Charges

100
  Total Courthouse  & Jail Maintenance Fund $10,100

 

SOLID WASTE/SANITATION FUND

55732

Convenience Centers

$542,127

55739

Other Waste Collection

21,145

58400

Other Charges

5,000

 

Total Solid Waste/Sanitation Fund

$568,272

 

DRUG CONTROL FUND

54150

Drug Enforcement

$65,800

58400 Other Charges 1,000
  Total Drug Control Fund $66,800



HIGHWAY/PUBLIC WORKS FUND

61000

Administration

$249,752

62000

Highway and Bridge Maintenance

967,000

63100

Operation and Maintenance of Equipment

281,500

65000

Other Charges

56,540

66000

Employee Benefits

382,000

68000

Capital Outlay

1,261,923

 

Total Highway/Public Works Fund

$3,198,715

 

GENERAL PURPOSE SCHOOL FUND

71000

Instruction

 

71100

Regular Instruction Program

$13,512,415

71150

Alternative Instruction Program

106,860

71200

Special Education Program

2,350,939

71300

Vocational Education Program

1,515,572

71600

Adult Education Program

221,598

72000

Support Services

 

72110

Attendance

118,386

72120

Health Services

359,550

72130

Other Student Support

667,036

72210

Regular Instruction Program

921,428

72220

Special Education Program

135,226

72230

Vocational Education Program

104,878

72260

Adult Programs

119,244

72310

Board of Education

460,000

72320

Director of Schools

323,535

72410

Office of the Principal

1,850,260

72510

Fiscal Services

311,736

72520

Human Services/Personnel

137,330

72610

Operation of Plant

2,915,100

72620

Maintenance of Plant

837,200

72710

Transportation

1,047,975

72810

Central and Other

515,445

73300

Community Services

364,796

73400

Early Childhood Education

375,420

76100

Regular Capital Outlay

25,895

82130

Principal - Education

49,695

82230

Interest - Education

13,354

82330

Other Debt Service - Education

836,611

 

Total General Purpose School Fund

$30,197,484

 

CENTRAL CAFETERIA FUND

73100

Food Service

$2,487,407

 

Total Central Cafeteria Fund

$2,487,407

 

GENERAL DEBT SERVICE FUND

58400

Other Charges

$12,000

82110

Principal - General Government

305,000

82210

Interest - General Government

286,490

82310

Other Debt Service - General Government

800

 

Total General Debt Service Fund

$604,290

 

RURAL DEBT SERVICE FUND

82130

Principal - Education

$945,000

82230

Interest - Education

835,267

82330

Other Debt Service - Education

32,500

 

Total Rural Debt Service Fund

$1,812,767

 

EDUCATION DEBT SERVICE FUND

58400

Other Charges

$15,000

82130

Principal - Education

515,000

82230

Interest - Education

841,450

 

Total Education Debt Service Fund

$1,371,450

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the budget for the School Federal Projects Fund shall be the budget approved for separate projects within No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA - Part B and Preschool), Carl Perkins Vocational fund and other federal grants by the                                                  County Board of Education.

SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there are also hereby appropriated certain portions of the commissions and fees for collecting taxes and licenses and for administering other funds which the trustee, county clerk, circuit court clerk, clerk and master, register, and the sheriff and their officially authorized deputies and assistants may be entitled to receive under state laws heretofore or hereafter enacted. Expenditures out of commissions and/or fees collected by the trustee, county clerk, circuit court clerk, clerk and master, register and sheriff may be made for such purposes and in such amounts as may be authorized by existing law or by valid order of any court having power to make such appropriations. Any excess commissions and/or fees collected over and above the expenditures duly and conclusively authorized shall be paid over to the trustee and converted into the General Fund as provided by law.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if any fee officials, as enumerated in Section 8-22-101, Tennessee Code Annotated, operate under provisions of Section 8-22-104, Tennessee Code Annotated, provisions of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to those particular officials.

SECTION 3. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any amendment to the budget, except for amendments to the budget for funds under supervision of the director of schools, shall be approved as provided in Section 5-9-407, Tennessee Code Annotated. The director of schools must receive approval of the Board of Education for transfers within each major category of the budget, and approval of both the Board of Education and Board of County Commissioners for transfers between major categories as required by law.

One copy of each amendment shall be filed with the county clerk, one copy with the chairman of the Budget Committee, and one copy with each divisional or departmental head concerned. The reason(s) for each transfer shall be clearly stated; however, this section shall in no case whatsoever be construed as authorizing transfer from one fund to another, but shall apply solely to transfers within a certain fund.

SECTION 4. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any appropriations made by this resolution which cover the same purpose for which a specific appropriation is made by statute is made in lieu of but not in addition to said statutory appropriation. The salary, wages, or remuneration of each officer, employee, or agent of the county shall not be in excess of the amounts authorized by existing law or as set forth in the estimate of expenditures which accompanies this resolution. Provided, however, that appropriations for such salaries, wages, or other remuneration hereby authorized shall in no case be construed as permitting expenditures for an office, agency, institution, division or department of the county in excess of the appropriation made herein for such office, agency, institution, division or department of the county. Such appropriation shall constitute the limit to the expenditures of any office, agency, institution, division or department for the year ending June 30, 2011. The aggregate expenditures for any item of appropriation shall in no instance be more than the amount herein appropriated for such item.

SECTION 5. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any resolution which may hereafter be presented to the Board of County Commissioners providing for appropriations in addition to those made by this Budget Appropriation Resolution shall specifically provide sufficient revenue or other funds actually to be provided during the year in which the expenditure is to be made to meet such additional appropriation. Said appropriating resolution shall be submitted to and approved by the state director of Local Finance after its adoption as provided by Section 9-21-403, Tennessee Code Annotated.

SECTION 6. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the county mayor and county clerk are hereby authorized to borrow money on revenue anticipation notes, provided such notes are first approved by the state director of Local Finance, to pay for the expenses herein authorized until the taxes and other revenue for the year 2010-2011 have been collected. The proceeds of loans for each individual fund shall not exceed 60% of the appropriations of each fund and shall be used only to pay the expenses and other requirements of the fund for which the loan is made. The loan shall be paid out of revenue from the fund for which money is borrowed. The notes evidencing the loans authorized under this section shall be issued under the applicable sections of Title 9, Chapter 21, Tennessee Code Annotated. Said notes shall be signed by the county mayor and countersigned by the county clerk and shall mature and be paid in full without renewal not later than June 30, 2011.

SECTION 7. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the delinquent county property taxes for the year 2009 and prior years and the interest and penalty thereon collected during the year ending June 30, 2011, shall be apportioned to the various county funds according to the subdivision of the tax levy for the year 2009. The clerk and master and the trustee are hereby authorized and directed to make such apportionment accordingly.

SECTION 8. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all unencumbered balances of appropriations remaining at the end of the year shall lapse and be of no further effect at the end of the year at June 30, 2011.

SECTION 9. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that any resolution or part of a resolution which heretofore has been passed by the Board of County Commissioners which is in conflict with any provision in this resolution be and the same is hereby repealed.

SECTION 10. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall take effect from and after its passage and its provisions shall be in force from and after July 1, 2010. This resolution shall be spread upon the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners.

Passed this 18th day of July, 2010.