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Commissioners project revenues for 2013

Saturday, February 2, 2013

County commissioners conservatively project sales tax revenues of about $872,000 this year, following $958,230 in 2011 and $935,341 last year while fees paid by surrounding counties to board inmates ran $393,583 in 2011 and $478,033 in 2012 and should bring in about $400,000 this year.

Projected revenues include $30,000 from the recycling center, which generated $28,591 two years ago and $17,105 last year; $72,310 from 28th Circuit Court, which produced $58,325 and $50,359 during each of the last two years; and $12,325 from the county clerk's office, which contributed $12,038 to the general fund in 2011 and $12,636 lst year.

Department by department, here are the county's general fund expenditures of the past two years and the approved schedules for this year:

County Commission -- $95,522, $96,314 and $96,941.

County Clerk --$192,351, $180,510 and $198,179.

Elections -- $3,777, $82,321 and $27,850.

Buildings and Grounds --$95,437, $104,039 and $135,454.

Employees' Fringe Benefits -- $371,489, $377,341 and $442,407.

Treasurer's Office --$107,406, $134,624 and $133,729.

Recorder of Deeds --$87,680, $87,399 and $90,462.

Circuit Clerk's Office --$36,391, $35,474 and $68,185.

Court Administration --$20,716, $27,384 and $21,855.

Public Administrator's Office -- $65,798, $69,247 and $75,848.

Prosecuting Attorney's Office -- $184,609, $193,315 and $208,000.

Juvenile Office -- $113,587, $115,571 and $138,909.

Coroner's Office --$25,634, $26,662 and $28,228.

Insurance and Bonds --$55,945, $54,652 and $60,000.

University Extension Service -- $40,000, $41,000 and $44,000.

Computers -- $18,825, $21,401 and $50,280.

State Retirement -- $7,752 in all three years.

Recycling Center --$33,061, $43,447 and $30,000.

Emergency Management -- $42,960, $41,900 and $21,884.

Children's Center -- $1,000 in all three years.

Debt Service -- $57,637, zero and zero.

Drug Court -- $8,345, $11,571 and $15,000.

Emergency Fund -- $38, $9,178 and $93,739.


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Maybe those of us who live in the county will get some gravel and ditches dug on road 1525. The grader does a good job but no gravel has been put on the road in over 4 years....Go to road 1925 which is in the same township and see the gravel they have.....

-- Posted by tobeornottobe on Mon, Feb 4, 2013, at 6:53 PM


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