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Town of Barre Schedule A Report FY12

Town of Barre Schedule A Report FY12

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Published by Craig Shibley
"The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information.

Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by
November 30th.

The data collected is based on fund designations, account numbers and classifications contained in the Uniform Massachusetts Accounting System (UMAS) Manual.

Information from the reports is incorporated into the Division of Local Services (DLS) data base of historical financial information and is used by State and Federal agencies and members of the Legislature in the development of programs and policies impacting cities and towns.

Ultimately, the completeness and accuracy of the data reported are critical to ensure that your community's profile is fairly represented when various state and federal agencies use the information in their decision-making processes".

-- MA Dept. of Revenue
"The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information.

Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by
November 30th.

The data collected is based on fund designations, account numbers and classifications contained in the Uniform Massachusetts Accounting System (UMAS) Manual.

Information from the reports is incorporated into the Division of Local Services (DLS) data base of historical financial information and is used by State and Federal agencies and members of the Legislature in the development of programs and policies impacting cities and towns.

Ultimately, the completeness and accuracy of the data reported are critical to ensure that your community's profile is fairly represented when various state and federal agencies use the information in their decision-making processes".

-- MA Dept. of Revenue

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SCHEDULE APart I General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources (Fund 01)
Fiscal Year 2012BARRE
City / Town / District
Item DescriptionAmountAccount Number A. Taxes
4110Personal Property Taxes 223,2834120Real Estate Taxes 5,977,4004150Excise Taxes 621,7544179Penalties and Interest 210,0564180In Lieu of Taxes 183,0834191Other Taxes - Hotel/Motel4198Urban Redevelopment Excises4199Other Taxes
A. TOTAL TAXES (NET OF REFUNDS) 7,215,576B. Charges for Services/Other Departmental Revenues
4211Water Charges 527,6554212Other Utility Charges4229Other Charges4243Parking Charges4244Park and Recreation Charges4246Sewerage Charges4247Trash Collection Charges 537,9204248Transit Charges4370Other Department Revenue 10,833
B. TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES/OTHER DEPARTMENTAL REVENUES 1,076,408C. Licenses, Permits and Fees
4322Fees Retained from Tax Collection 15,8304400Licenses and Permits 155,310
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C. TOTAL LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES 171,140D. Federal Revenue
4540Unrestricted - Direct4580Unrestricted - Through the State
D. TOTAL FEDERAL REVENUEE. Revenues From State
4600State Revenue 1,010,039
E. TOTAL REVENUES FROM STATE 1,010,039F. Revenues From Other Governments
4695Court Fines 18,7004720Received From the County for Services Performed4730Received From Other Municipalities for Services Performed
F. TOTAL REVENUES FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 18,700G. Special Assessments
4750Special Assessments
G. TOTAL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTSH. Fines, and Forefitures
4770Fines and Forfeitures
H. TOTAL FINES, AND FORFEITURESI. Miscellaneous Revenues
4800Miscellaneous Revenues 3,0494820Earnings on Investments 4,084
I. TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 7,133TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES 9,498,996J. Other Financing Sources
4990Other Financing Sources
J. TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCESTOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES AND OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 9,498,996K. Interfund Operating Transfers
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4972Transfers from Special Revenue Funds 464,0664973Transfers from Capital Projects Funds4975Transfers from Enterprise Funds 75,0004976Transfers from Trust Funds4977Transfers from Agency Funds
K. TOTAL INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS 539,066TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES, OTHER FINANCING SOURCES, AND INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS 10,038,062
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