S C H E N E C TA DY C O U N T Y

N EW Y ORK

TENTATIVE

2014 P ROGRAM BUDGET

Kathleen Rooney County Manager

County of Schenectady
NEW YORK
Phone: (518) 388-4355 Fax: (518) 388-4590

Office of the County Manager
620 State Street Schenectady, New York 12305

TO: FROM: DATE:

The Honorable Chair and Members of the Schenectady County Legislature Kathleen Rooney, County Manager September 20, 2013

_____________________________________________________________________________ 2014 – A Year of Property Tax Containment
The 2014 Tentative Budget includes a tax levy increase of less than 1%. Specifically, the property tax increase is 0.74%. This property tax containment is not a one year approach. The average annual tax levy was up less than 1% since 2009. Since 2005, the average annual property tax levy was up 1.81%, below the 2% property tax cap.

2014 – A Year of New Beginnings
2014 signals a number of new and exciting initiatives and openings. The new Glendale Home will be completed and residents will be moving into their new home. The Unified Communications Center will be completed and the municipalities in the County will open their new consolidated dispatch center. Construction will begin on the new Family Literacy Center to serve the Hamilton Hill, Vale and Central State Street neighborhoods.

2014 – Continued Streamlining and Reorganization of County Government
The 2014 budget appropriation totals $298,991,241 and is up less than the rate of inflation. Our multiyear approach to restructuring and reorganization has been extremely successful. The results total more than $35M in property taxpayer savings and cost avoidance each year. We have:        Eliminated more than 202 positions since 2008. Consolidated eight departments into four. Implemented innovative ways of doing business with mandates and non-mandates. Flat-lined employee healthcare costs from 2007 to 2013. Eliminated millions of dollars in contracted services. Maximized Federal and NYS revenues. Forged multiple shared services and consolidations of government functions.

As in past years, we have again reduced the non-mandated sections of the budget in order to fund mandated costs to avoid tax increases. We have also implemented cost containments within our control in

mandated cost centers. Cost containment has been the central theme for the past decade. Purchasing requests are reviewed and approved centrally by the Finance Department. Only essential purchases and equipment are procured. All services and positions are re-evaluated on an ongoing basis to identify potential for efficiencies and savings. The 2014 budget once again includes cost-savings and streamlining initiatives. Examples include: Library Restructuring Initiative The County Legislature, the Library Board of Trustees and staff embarked on a comprehensive review and redesign of library services to better meet the needs of the communities we serve and to do it as costeffectively as possible. The outcome resulted in a consolidation of services, increased programming, particularly for children, and more than $480,000 in annual savings. The analysis of community need, patron interests and discussions with community partners drove much of the redesign. A focus on family literacy, particularly in the City branches emerged as a theme. The redesign plan includes consolidation of the Duane and Hamilton Hill Branches into a new Family Literacy Center which will provide a new facility with enhanced technology, expanded program space for community partnerships, a classroom and tutoring spaces. The new facility is jointly funded with a $450,000 commitment by the County and a $400,000 commitment by the Library Board of Trustees from a bequest from Phyllis Bornt, a former librarian. We are most appreciative of this generosity. The redesign also calls for ongoing partnership between the Board of Trustees and the County for investment in branch facilities. This partnership has resulted in an investment and redesign of the Mont Pleasant Library to also serve as a literacy center. The upgraded facility provides expanded program space, a new layout, interior upgrades and computers and furnishings. Additional upgrade projects are scheduled at the Quaker Street, Glenville and Niskayuna Branches during 2014. Also new for 2014 is a joint County/Library Board of Trustees proposal to have the County Finance Department function as custodian of the Library Board of Trustee accounts. This will save the Library Board accounting and audit costs and also assure for ongoing stewardship of their funds. Glendale Nursing Home We anticipate moving to our new Glendale Home facility during the first quarter of 2014. Residents and staff are excited and making plans for the transition. Management and staff continue to develop clinical improvements and increased efficiencies. The plans for 2014 include a focus on enhanced post-acute rehabilitation, wound care and comfort care specialty services to complement long term care services. This enhanced focus at Glendale is complemented by a reduction in County cost in 2014 by $489,000. These savings are a result of the impact of the 2012/2013 early retirement plan which targeted certain titles held by full-time Glendale Nursing Home employees. Savings are also accruing as a result of the two-tier wage system put in place with the last CSEA and SEIU contracts. New employees start at a 10% lower salary and reduced night/weekend differentials. The budget also reflects the positive impact of energy efficiencies and maintenance savings related to the new facility. Integrated Child Welfare Management Team The interagency team, which includes the County Manager’s Office, Department of Social Services, Probation, Mental Health, Finance and the County Attorney’s Office, continues to evaluate, develop and implement best practice strategies which improve child safety and well-being. The outcomes we strive for are simple: children are safe, children will have permanent and loving homes, and our communities are safe.

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The cumulative positive impact from best practice strategies and the positive outcomes for children and families have resulted in significant cost-savings. We are moving children to adoptive homes faster, and we are enhancing our strategies to identify family resources and foster families to provide care rather than placement of children in more restrictive congregate settings. Key highlights include:     290 children are receiving adoption services. 64 children have been adopted over last 24 months. 18% reduction in the number of children in foster care since 2010 due to the increase in adoptions and community-based best practice strategies. 28% reduction in the number of youth served in congregate care since 2010.

So many of the children struggling in school or in the community have experienced some form of trauma in their lives. Growing research indicates that community professionals must recognize this and react accordingly in order to have children and youth succeed in school and community. During 2014, the County’s team will be leading a community-wide transformative initiative to train hundreds of community professionals in the best practice theories and strategies related to trauma informed care. Community Supervision and Safety Through grant funding, the Department of Probation will be implementing a new supervision model for high risk domestic violence cases. The model is based on a best practice system in Massachusetts. The new model provides for improved assessments and an interdisciplinary support system involving the District Attorney’s Office, law enforcement and community-based agencies. Probation has been developing and implementing other enhanced risk assessment systems and specialized teams to better provide for community supervision of both juvenile and adult probationers. Probation and our mental health team are developing improved mental health risk assessment processes and interventions, particularly focused on the juvenile and young adult populations. Senior and Long Term Care Services Delivery of a strong community-based senior and long term care system remains a priority for 2014. The 2014 budget maintains our full continuum of community-based services for seniors. The budget provides for programs such as operation of our meal sites, home-delivered meals to homebound seniors, medical transportation, case assistance, in-home services, respite and adult day services. Through streamlining delivery of services, the 2014 budget reduces County costs by $97,000 without impacting services to seniors. Collaborative Clinic 2014 is the first full year of Public Health’s collaboration with Ellis Medicine and Hometown Health Center on the delivery of community-based public health clinic services. This collaborative is proving to be successful in delivering public health clinic services, connecting individuals to primary care providers and delivering services in a cost-effective manner. Workforce Adjustments The 2014 budget includes attrition of an additional 24 positions resulting in $1.5M in savings. As each position becomes vacant, an analysis is performed to determine if the position can be eliminated, reallocated to better use, or if it can be filled in a less costly manner.

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Shared Services and Consolidation of Services The 2014 budget provides for the new Unified Communications Center (UCC) facility lease. In the coming months, the UCC Oversight Committee will be bringing forth their UCC operating budget for 2014. Upon completion of the transition to the Unified Communications Center, Schenectady County will have a centralized call answering and dispatch center for all the residents of our five towns, two villages and the City of Schenectady. The 2014 budget also reflects the shared services initiative developed by our Board of Elections with the County of Oneida. Efficiency Initiatives The 2014 budget reflects a number of new efficiency initiatives estimated to save over $100,000. Examples include redesign of the transportation routing systems, reduced postal charges, reduced cell phone contract costs, increased vendor commissions and deeper office supply discounts.

Fiscal Reality of County Government - Mandates
Unlike cities, towns and villages, more than 84% of the County’s net revenues are dedicated to delivery and funding of mandates over which we have little or no control. Unfortunately, the outcome of our efforts to cut costs is masked by the continued increase in mandated costs to county governments, particularly in the human service arena. State/Federal mandates account for more than 100% of County property taxes. Medicaid Medicaid alone costs the County property taxpayer $34.5M in 2014, which equals 50% of the property tax levy. The Federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) includes provisions that are anticipated to increase the Federal share of Medicaid in New York State. The 2014 budget assumes a resulting reduction in the County’s share. During 2014, a number of the administrative functions performed by local Departments of Social Services will be taken over by New York State. Given that this is the one area where the administration was 100% funded, no fiscal relief is associated with this transfer of functions. In fact, the fiscal impact is actually negative. As the transition approaches, we will be providing you with more information on the changes and impacts to operations. Families and Individuals in Need – the County Mandate to Administer and to Pay In spite of all efforts to move applicants and recipients to employment first and the efforts in fraud detection, prevention and interdiction, the 2014 budget reflects increased costs related to the Family Assistance and Safety Net Programs and the overall administration of the full range of mandated Federal and New York State services. The Federal and New York State program Family Assistance is experiencing cost increases primarily related to an increase in caseload. Fortunately, at this time, the Family Assistance Program does not have a County share and therefore has no impact on the property taxpayer.

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The New York State Safety Net Program provides benefits to individuals and families that are not eligible for the Federal Family Assistance Program. The net County cost for the Safety Net Program totals $4.1M in the 2014 budget, reflecting the County’s 71% mandated cost share. In addition, the County is mandated to administer the Safety Net Program at 100% County share. The Department of Social Services is aggressively working with families and individuals on work-first strategies. We have integrated our Workforce Investment Center with DSS employment initiatives. Employable applicants and recipients participate in job orientation, job search, work experience and a variety of employment-focused activities on a daily basis. DSS has a comprehensive Fraud, Waste and Abuse Prevention and Intervention Program. Annual avoided costs totaled $8.5M in 2012. These initiatives will be continued and new initiatives will be introduced in 2014. Noncompliant participants have their cases sanctioned and fraud cases are referred to and coordinated with law enforcement. The 2014 budget includes a $6,112,000 appropriation for the income eligible subsidized daycare program, reflecting an increase of $67,000. Unfortunately, this increased appropriation cannot keep pace with the demand for daycare. As such the income eligibility for daycare will need to be lowered in order to stay within the proposed 2014 appropriations. Out of County Community College Chargebacks In addition to sponsoring Schenectady County Community College and investing in its campus infrastructure, Schenectady County is mandated to pay for Schenectady County residents attending other community colleges throughout New York State. This mandated cost in 2014 is estimated to be $2.6M. The mandated community college chargeback cost has more than doubled in the last decade and is up $150,000 from the 2013 budget. We have been advocating for chargeback formula reform. Flaws in the formulas have allowed for inconsistencies in the chargeback rate across community colleges. We are hopeful that reform measures scheduled to be slowly phased in starting with the 2014/15 school year will correct some of the inequities and better protect the property taxpayers. The County’s investment of property tax dollars in community college services totals $5,627,000 in the 2014 budget. New York State Employee Retirement System For the first time in five years, the NYS Retirement System is projecting that the employer contribution rates will peak in New York State Fiscal Year 2013/2014. The projected rates for 2014/2015 reflect a slight reduction as compared to the 2013/2014 rates. The County retirement contribution is projected to cost $13.5M in 2014. While we are pleased the rates have peaked, they remain at a very elevated average employer contribution rate in 2014/2015 of 20.1% of payroll. The 2014 budget includes amortization of part of the 2014/2015 bill. Affordable Care Act Impacts The 2014 budget for employee health benefits includes more than $540,000 in new costs associated with the Affordable Care Act. Specifically, the new cost reflects an assessment on both our self-insured and premium based products.

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Revenues
County sales tax cash receipts experienced positive growth in 2011 and 2012. We are optimistic that we will achieve our 2013 budgeted revenues and the 2014 budget assumes a continuation of this positive trend. The budget reflects the new sales tax agreement which requires additional sharing of revenues with the City of Schenectady. New York State capped and/or reduced reimbursements for mandated programs continue to negatively impact the County. Unlike cities, towns and villages, counties do not receive any New York State revenue sharing.

Capital Improvement Program
The 2014 Capital Improvement Plan totals $6,880,074 which includes a County appropriation of $4,439,900. Facility Improvements Over the past few years, the County’s Capital Improvement Program focused on large projects such as the SCCC Music and Drama addition, renovations to SCCC’s Elston Hall, the new Glendale Nursing Home and expansion and rehabilitation of the Central Library. The focus this year is on upgrades to the County Office Building, the Courthouse and satellite offices. The 2014 Capital Improvement Program provides $525,000 in funding to rehabilitate exterior portions of the County Courthouse. This project includes stone repointing and replacement of windows and sidewalks. The project will be packaged with the existing Courthouse roof replacement project for a construction project in 2014. Proposed building upgrades for the County Office Building include sidewalk replacements, interior office upgrades, and replacement of the fire alarm panel. Facility exterior and interior projects are also recommended for three of our satellite offices. The 2014 Capital Improvement Program also provides for relocation of the electrical transformers servicing Schenectady County Community College and installation of an emergency generator. The current equipment is located in the flood plain. We have submitted a grant application to assist with funding of this project. The Capital Improvement Program also includes fence improvements and the addition of a diesel fuel storage and pumping system at the County Airport. Public Works The 2014 Highway and Bridge Improvement Program totals $3.9M and is comprised of $2.1M in County appropriation and $1.8M in New York State funding. A deck replacement project for the Scotch Ridge Road Bridge is a part of this recommendation. Thanks to the grantsmanship of our Public Works Director, a number of projects will be under construction and completed in 2014 using Federal and NYS grant funds. We will be replacing the decks on both the Alplaus and Van Vorst Bridges. We will also complete work at the intersection of Alplaus and Maple Avenues and will undertake straightening of Maple Avenue at the intersection with the entrance to the Air National Guard at Ronald Reagan Way. We are also anticipating grant funding to initiate design work for reconstruction of Upper Union Street, Broadway and Aqueduct Road.

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The recommended highway equipment procurements for 2014 reflect priority equipment only. We have been able to avoid significant replacement costs by investing in the refurbishment program, extending the life of equipment by as much as seven to ten years. At this time, replacement of two tandem axle dump trucks with snow and ice equipment and one road side mowing tractor is necessary. The vehicle fleet program contains funding for nine replacement vehicles recommended by our fleet management team at the Highway Department. Technology The 2014 Capital Improvement Program includes replacement for end of life data center equipment, installation of network testing equipment, and replacement of aged desktop equipment. The Capital Budget also includes replacement of the large format engineering plotter used by the Office of Facilities, a customer query and workflow management system for the Department of Social Services and a central copier replacement fund.

Closing
Over the past decade Schenectady County Government has set in place a progressive agenda for community improvements for our residents, employers and visitors. At the same time, Schenectady County has set in place a strict agenda for property taxpayer protection. We continue to review and evaluate our local government structure to look for new and more cost-effective means of doing business. In closing, I wish to acknowledge the leadership of the Schenectady County Legislature, as well as department heads, staff, community stakeholders and volunteers for their part in moving these agendas forward. Without this dedication, collaboration and commitment we could not have actualized the level of community accomplishments nor the property taxpayer protections included in this budget recommendation. A special note of personal gratitude also goes out to Deborah Mancini, Commissioner of Finance, Ruth Anne Foster, Director of Accounting Systems, Jaclyn Agostino, Assistant to the County Manager, Belle Freedgood, Executive Secretary and Ryan Piche, Management Intern for the many hours they dedicated to the preparation of the budget recommendation. We look forward to working with the County Legislature in its review of this recommendation and to continue the progressive agenda of community development that has been set by the Schenectady County Legislature.

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COUNTY OF SCHENECTADY
COUNTY LEGISLATURE
Judith Dagostino, Chair Karen B. Johnson, Vice Chair Dr. Brian Gordon, Deputy Chair Gary E. Hughes, Majority Leader James R. Buhrmaster, Minority Leader LEGISLATORS Thomas Constantine Philip Fields Martin Finn Catherine Gatta Robert W. Hoffman Anthony W. Jasenski, Sr. Matthew Martin Jeffrey M. McDonald Michael J. Petta Holly Vellano

Table of Contents
PROGRAM SUMMARIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . County Legislature County Auditor Ethics, Board of Court Security Services District Attorney Public Defender Conflict Defender Assigned Counsel Town Justices Medical Examiner County Manager Finance Purchasing Tax Advertising Expense County Clerk Law Department Civil Service Commission Engineering Elections, Board of Public Works Administration Facilities Information Technology Special Items EDUCATION PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Community College PAGE(S) I-V 1-3 4-7 8-9 10-11 12 13-16 17-19 20-22 23-24 25 26-27 28-29 30-33 34-35 36 37-40 41-44 45-48 49-51 52-53 54-55 56-59 60-63 64-65

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PROGRAM EDUCATION PROGRAM (CONTINUED) Education of Children with Disabilities Handicapped Parking Education Program PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mobile Radio District (MRD) Communications Systems Sheriff Probation Jail Alternatives to Incarceration Services Traffic Safety Special Traffic Options Program (DWI) Emergency Management HEALTH PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public Health – Administration Public Health – Patient and Prevention Services Public Health – Children with Special Needs Public Health – Environmental Health Community Services TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aviation Mass Transit Roads and Highways – County Road Fund Roads and Highways – Road Machinery Fund PAGE(S) 71-72 73-74

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109-110 111-114 115-122 123-127 128-131 132-139 140-141 142-144 145 146-154 155-159

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PROGRAM ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Services Glendale Home Schenectady Job Training Agency (SJTA) Community Business Center Veterans Service Agency Consumer Affairs/Weights & Measures Senior & Long Term Care Services RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parks and Recreation Youth Services Recreational Facility – Ice Rink Library Services Historical Services Tourism/Arts HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Economic Development & Planning Human Rights Services Cooperative Extension Composting & Recycling Natural Resources UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM Program Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Employee Benefits Interfund Transfers Transfers to Capital Fund Debt Service PAGE(S) 160-161 162-171 172-178 179-190 191-192 193-194 195-196 197-203 204-205 206-208 209-211 212-213 214-218 219 220-221 222-223 224-228 229-230 231-232 233-235 236-237 238-239 240 241 242 243

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PROGRAM REVENUES General Fund Revenue Glendale Home Fund Revenue County Road Revenue Road Machinery Revenue Library Revenue Exemption Impact Reports PAGE(S) 244-259 260 261-262 263-264 265-266 Appendix A

COMPARATIVE GENERAL SUMMARY
Adopted 2010 Adopted 2011 Adopted 2012 Adopted 2013 Recommended 2014

Appropriations

$287,826,209

$292,935,650

$295,258,565

$295,486,396

$298,991,241

Less Estimated Revenues and Surplus Appropriation

$223,265,206

$228,504,582

$230,827,497

$227,202,350

$230,199,943

TAX LEVY

$64,561,003

$64,431,068

$64,431,068

$68,284,046

$68,791,298

I.

SUMMARY OF BUDGET FUNDS
General Fund Glendale Home Fund County Road Fund Road Machinery Fund Library Fund Total

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS

$253,453,169

$26,582,328

$8,622,136

$5,083,303

$5,250,305

$298,991,241

Estimated Revenues and Surplus Appropriation

$201,320,562

$19,095,307

$4,130,674

$5,024,000

$629,400

$230,199,943

Balance of Appropriations to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy

$52,132,607

$7,487,021

$4,491,462

$59,303

$4,620,905

$68,791,298

II.

SUMMARY OF BUDGET BY PROGRAM

Program General Government Support Education Public Safety Health Transportation Economic Assistance & Opportunity Recreation & Culture Home & Community Services Undistributed TOTAL PROGRAMS & UNDISTRIBUTED Sales Tax Applied to Property Tax Reduction REAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY

Appropriations
$50,453,760 $12,962,194 $23,467,921 $10,481,783 $14,627,681 $139,943,653 $6,249,560 $1,458,189 $39,346,500

State & Federal Reimbursements
$2,202,476 $4,340,000 $1,839,405 $8,569,492 $1,845,674 $54,837,163 $161,573 $44,750 $54,000

Other Revenues and Surplus Appropriation
$10,984,760 $602,500 $3,320,431 $1,275,156 $7,464,900 $24,298,321 $1,198,373 $496,433 $14,512,536

Balance to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy
$37,266,524 $8,019,694 $18,308,085 $637,135 $5,317,107 $60,808,169 $4,889,614 $917,006 $24,779,964

$298,991,241

$73,894,533

$64,153,410

$160,943,298 $92,152,000 $68,791,298

III.

SUMMARY OF BUDGET BY SUB PROGRAM

Program General Government Support
Legislative Judicial Executive Finance Staff Shared Services Special Items

Appropriations

State & Federal Reimbursements

Other Revenues and Surplus Appropriation

Balance to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy

$722,766 $6,151,168 $444,262 $1,628,899 $5,229,205 $3,826,742 $32,450,718

$0 $1,702,476 $0 $0 $0 $500,000 $0

$0 $404,060 $29,000 $2,101,500 $7,505,500 $944,700 $0

$722,766 $4,044,632 $415,262 ($472,601) ($2,276,295) $2,382,042 $32,450,718

Total Education
Community College Educational Activites

$50,453,760

$2,202,476

$10,984,760

$37,266,524

$4,698,694 $8,263,500

$0 $4,340,000

$0 $602,500

$4,698,694 $3,321,000

Total Public Safety
Administration Law Enforcement Traffic Safety Other Protection

$12,962,194

$4,340,000

$602,500

$8,019,694

$530,192 $21,531,944 $250,000 $1,155,785

$75,000 $1,090,736 $0 $673,669

$513,212 $2,557,219 $250,000 $0

($58,020) $17,883,989 $0 $482,116

Total Health
Public Health Narcotics Abuse Prevention & Assistance Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services

$23,467,921

$1,839,405

$3,320,431

$18,308,085

$5,165,136 $1,737,564 $3,579,083

$3,412,079 $1,723,113 $3,434,300

$1,275,156 $0 $0

$477,901 $14,451 $144,783

Total Transportation
Public Transportation Roads & Highways

$10,481,783

$8,569,492

$1,275,156

$637,135

$922,242 $13,705,439

$0 $1,845,674

$905,900 $6,559,000

$16,342 $5,300,765

Total

$14,627,681

$1,845,674

$7,464,900

$5,317,107

IV.

SUMMARY OF BUDGET BY SUB PROGRAM

Program Economic Assistance & Opportunity
Social Services Economic Opportunity Economic Development Other Services

Appropriations

State & Federal Reimbursements

Other Revenues and Surplus Appropriation

Balance to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy

$134,584,929 $2,678,603 $104,750 $2,575,371

$51,798,500 $1,397,182 $0 $1,641,481

$22,074,307 $1,281,421 $115,593 $827,000

Total Recreation & Culture
Recreation Culture

$139,943,653

$54,837,163

$24,298,321

$60,712,122 $0 ($10,843) $106,890 $60,808,169

$727,755 $5,521,805

$123,573 $38,000

$396,973 $801,400

Total Home & Community Services
General Environment Natural Resources

$6,249,560

$161,573

$1,198,373

$207,209 $4,682,405 $4,889,614

$929,960 $528,229

$44,750 $0

$171,933 $324,500

Total Undistributed
Revenues & Surplus Appropriations Interfund Transfers Employee Benefits Debt Service

$1,458,189

$44,750

$496,433

$713,277 $203,729 $917,006

$0 $147,500 $29,084,000 $10,115,000

$0 $0 $0 $54,000

$13,447,536 $0 $0 $1,065,000

Total TOTAL PROGRAMS & UNDISTRIBUTED Sales Tax Applied to Property Tax Reduction REAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY

$39,346,500 $298,991,241

$54,000 $73,894,533

$14,512,536 $64,153,410

($13,447,536) $147,500 $29,084,000 $8,996,000 $24,779,964 $160,943,298 $92,152,000 $68,791,298

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 694,848 5,933,888 422,644 1,496,363 5,069,041 3,444,304 31,262,457 48,323,545

05/01/2013 756,577 6,204,277 460,601 1,806,438 5,245,351 3,823,039 31,982,254 50,278,537

2014 722,766 6,175,765 444,262 1,628,899 5,229,705 3,857,009 32,450,718 50,509,124

2014 722,766 6,151,168 444,262 1,628,899 5,229,205 3,826,742 32,450,718 50,453,760

2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A A A A A A A

1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1600 1900

Legislative Judicial Executive Finance Staff Shared Services Special Items TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Legislative A A A A 1010 1040 1050 1051 County Legislature Clerk to the Legislature Audit & Control Board of Ethics Total Legislative: Judicial A A A A A A A 1162 1165 1171 1173 1174 1180 1185 Court Security Services District Attorney Public Defender Conflict Defender Indigent Defense Counsel Town Justices Medical Examiner Total Judicial: Executive A 1230 County Manager Total Executive: 422,644 422,644 460,601 460,601 444,262 444,262 444,262 444,262 0 0 78,660 2,983,222 1,414,949 448,875 837,062 3,190 167,930 5,933,888 120,000 3,174,139 1,436,665 424,249 845,000 3,400 200,824 6,204,277 98,000 3,092,117 1,468,933 426,616 865,000 3,400 221,699 6,175,765 98,000 3,091,117 1,451,756 426,316 865,000 3,400 215,579 6,151,168 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 219,235 215,773 251,177 8,663 694,848 219,425 265,349 262,856 8,947 756,577 219,425 233,538 260,856 8,947 722,766 219,425 233,538 260,856 8,947 722,766 0 0 0 0 0

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Finance A A A 1310 1345 1362 Finance Purchasing / Central Mail Distribution Tax Advertising Expense Total Finance: Staff A A A A A A 1410 1420 1430 1440 1450 1490 County Clerk Law Department Civil Service Commission Engineering Board of Elections Public Works Administration Total Staff: Shared Services A A 1620 1621 Building & Grounds Information Services Total Shared Services: Special Items A 1901 Special Items Total Special Items: TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT 31,262,457 31,262,457 48,323,545 31,982,254 31,982,254 50,278,537 32,450,718 32,450,718 50,509,124 32,450,718 32,450,718 50,453,760 0 0 0
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1,132,478 277,196 86,689 1,496,363

1,375,115 290,023 141,300 1,806,438

1,279,433 287,966 61,500 1,628,899

1,279,433 287,966 61,500 1,628,899

0 0 0 0

1,558,010 1,060,346 688,919 308,148 1,247,660 205,958 5,069,041

1,666,828 1,112,338 682,489 301,223 1,224,905 257,568 5,245,351

1,634,556 1,131,013 676,583 305,149 1,254,430 227,974 5,229,705

1,634,556 1,131,013 676,583 304,649 1,254,430 227,974 5,229,205

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2,521,293 923,011 3,444,304

2,769,910 1,053,129 3,823,039

2,767,979 1,089,030 3,857,009

2,756,929 1,069,813 3,826,742

0 0 0

COUNTY LEGISLATURE A1010, A1040
MISSION The Schenectady County Legislature serves as the County’s legislative, appropriating, and policy-determining body. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Legislature is established by Article 2 of the Schenectady County Charter. The Legislature is composed of 15 representatives elected to four-year terms from four distinct districts. The average population per legislator is determined by dividing the number of legislators into the county population according to the official, decennial census. Legislative districts and representation include: • District 1: City of Schenectady – 3 Legislators • District 2: City of Schenectady – 3 Legislators • District 3: Towns of Glenville and Niskayuna – 5 Legislators • District 4: Towns of Duanesburg, Princetown, and Rotterdam – 4 Legislators The primary responsibility of the Legislature is adopting and enacting the resolutions and local laws necessary for the operation of County government. The County Legislature also appoints a Clerk of the Legislature, County Manager, County Auditor and other officers pursuant to the County Charter and County Administrative Code. The Clerk is the legal custodian of all acts and proceedings of the Legislature, including records, vouchers and other papers required or authorized by law to be deposited in the Clerk’s Office. OUTCOMES • The Legislature determines policy for the County and adopts all necessary rules and regulations for its own conduct and procedure. • The powers and duties of the Legislature include: Reviewing and enacting legislation presented to it as a body, making appropriations, incurring indebtedness and levying taxes and all other duties set forth by the Schenectady County Charter and New York State County Law.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1010.111 A1010.111 A1010.111 A1010.111 A1010.111 A1010.111 A1010.111 Expended Sub Program Legislative County Legislature 01001-Chairman of the Legislature 06001-Deputy Chairman of the Legislature 05001-Vice Chairman of the Legislature 02001-Majority Leader 03001-Minority Leader 04010-Legislator (10) Total Regular Employees .1 A1010.000 Total Personnel Services: Total County Legislature: 219,235 219,235 219,235 16,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 140,930 219,425 219,425 219,425 16,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 140,930 219,425 219,425 219,425 16,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 15,499 140,930 219,425 219,425 219,425 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1040.111 A1040.111 A1040.111 A1040.111 A1040.111 A1040.111 A1040.112 Expended Sub Program Legislative Clerk to the Legislature 01001-Clerk of the County Legislature 02001-Deputy Clerk of the County Legislature (.5) 04001- Director of Legislative Operations 05001-Counsel to the County Legislature (2/3) 06001-Legislative Aide (.5) Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages .1 A1040.204 Total Personnel Services: 190,013 7,400 197,413 0 0 83,184 22,849 43,412 40,568 18,025 208,038 0 208,038 648 648 83,184 22,849 43,412 40,568 18,025 208,038 0 208,038 0 0 83,184 22,849 43,412 40,568 18,025 208,038 0 208,038 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1040.403 A1040.406 A1040.408 A1040.409 A1040.413 A1040.429 A1040.430 A1040.445002 A1040.449 A1040.452 Expended Sub Program Legislative Clerk to the Legislature Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Postage Dues & Subscriptions Professional Services Office Supplies Seminars/Conferences Other Supplies/Materials Printed Forms & Records .4 A1040.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Clerk to the Legislature: 1,608 1,171 2,415 195 5,797 0 2,514 125 25 4,510 18,360 215,773 1,600 1,500 3,000 300 4,000 3,000 3,320 800 300 38,843 56,663 265,349 1,600 1,500 2,500 300 2,000 3,000 3,500 800 300 10,000 25,500 233,538 1,600 1,500 2,500 300 2,000 3,000 3,500 800 300 10,000 25,500 233,538 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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AUDIT & CONTROL A1050
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Auditor’s Office is to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse of County taxpayer resources. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Charter establishes the Department of Audit and Control headed by the County Auditor. The Auditor is appointed by the County Legislature and is the chief internal auditing officer of the County. The Auditor is charged with conducting internal audits and investigations of County administrative units and other County financial operations. The results of these audits and investigations are reported to the County Legislature. The Auditor must also perform any other related duties prescribed by the Legislature. OUTCOMES • Eliminate fraud, waste, and abuse of County taxpayer resources. • Work with County Manager and County Legislature to implement and maintain a strong internal control environment throughout County government. • Ensure security over automated systems and transactions. • Ensure the effectiveness of County programs, and compliance with Federal, State, and County laws, rules and regulations. • Maximize the accuracy and efficiency of County processes and transactions. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Improve internal controls within County departments and processes. • Work with outside auditors (state or independent) to facilitate audits and implement recommendations. • Assist County departments in full implementation of new timekeeping system. • Continue to serve on the Medicaid Corporate Compliance Committee to prevent and detect Medicaid fraud. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Develop internal control policies and guidelines for departmental use. • Train employees in preventing, detecting, and reporting fraud. • Perform internal audits of County departments and processes. • Investigate and analyze issues requested by the Legislature. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Conducting ongoing payroll audits, reviews, and calculations. • Assisting departments (Jail, Probation) with bank reconciliations and accounts. • Assisting County Library with finances and restructuring. • Assisting with the implementation of new LATSNET timekeeping system. • Work with departments to facilitate outside audits and implement recommendations. • Work with the Medicaid Corporate Compliance Committee to implement compliance plan.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1050.111 A1050.111 A1050.111 A1050.111 A1050.111 A1050.111 A1050.111 Expended Sub Program Legislative Audit & Control 01001-County Auditor (PT) (.75) 05001-Deputy County Auditor II 03001-Deputy County Auditor (.5) 04001-Confidental Secretary to the County Auditor 998-Longevity 999-Allocation to the Board of Ethics Total Regular Employees .1 A1050.403 A1050.429 A1050.430 Utilities Professional Services Office Supplies .4 A1050.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Audit & Control: Total Personnel Services: 195,959 195,959 678 53,635 905 55,218 251,177 65,432 56,745 14,861 45,170 24,620 (8,622) 198,206 198,206 650 63,000 1,000 64,650 262,856 65,432 56,745 14,861 45,170 24,620 (8,622) 198,206 198,206 650 61,000 1,000 62,650 260,856 65,432 56,745 14,861 45,170 24,620 (8,622) 198,206 198,206 650 61,000 1,000 62,650 260,856 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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BOARD OF ETHICS A1051
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Board of Ethics is to ensure the ethical conduct of public officials and employees is observed to retain public confidence in local government. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Board of Ethics meets several times a year at the discretion of the Board itself. Each meeting is held in compliance with the statutes pertaining to Open Meetings, unless it is necessary to go into closed/executive sessions because of the personal information being discussed. The primary function of the Board is to collect the annual financial disclosure forms submitted by specified officials and employees who have fiduciary responsibilities within County agencies. As part of this mandate, it is the Board’s responsibility to review job descriptions of officials and employees to determine whether that person needs to comply with this law. When such information is not available, it is at the discretion of the Board to evaluate the position as it compares to other positions with similar status and responsibilities, as well as solicit opinions from that position’s supervisors to help make such determination. It is also an essential responsibility to evaluate situations of possible ethical violations that are brought before the Board. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Create clear and accessible “Code of Ethics for Schenectady County,” based on projected County legislation. • Review and define which positions need to file proper papers to ensure there is no perception of conflict of interest when taxpayers’ funds are being spent. • Investigate any claims of ethical impropriety by County officials or employees as brought before the Board of Ethics. • Create easy access to forms and clearer communication about our purpose using current technology.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1051.111 A1051.111 Expended Sub Program Legislative Board of Ethics 999-Allocation of County Auditor staff time Total Regular Employees .1 A1051.409 A1051.430 Postage Office Supplies .4 A1051.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Board of Ethics: Total Personnel Services: 8,468 8,468 123 72 195 8,663 8,622 8,622 8,622 175 150 325 8,947 8,622 8,622 8,622 175 150 325 8,947 8,622 8,622 8,622 175 150 325 8,947 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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COURT SECURITY SERVICES A1162
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) This program provides court security assistance services to designated Schenectady County courts through a 100% funded reimbursable contract with the New York State Unified Court System.

GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures
Sub Program Code
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Expended 2012
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Budget as Modified 5/1/2013
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Departmental Request 2014
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Manager Recommended 2014
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Adopted 2014
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Sub-Program – ElementA1162.112

Judicial Court Security Services
Hourly Rated Wages 78,660 120,000 98,000 98,000 0

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Total Personnel Services:

78,660

120,000

98,000

98,000

0

A1162.000

Total Court Security Services:

78,660

120,000

98,000

98,000

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DISTRICT ATTORNEY A1165
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County District Attorney’s Office is to prosecute all crimes committed within Schenectady County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The District Attorney’s Office represents the People of the State of New York in the prosecution of all criminal cases in the village, town, city and county courts of Schenectady County. Duties include the presentation of felony cases to the grand jury for indictment, conducting hearings, trials, negotiating pleas and representing the People at all phases of a criminal action, including appeals. The District Attorney’s Office is divided into various bureaus consisting of City Court, County Court, Grand Jury, Intelligence and Investigations, Major Crimes, and Special Victims. The District Attorney’s Office has secured and administers grant-funded programs from state, federal and private sources in 12 different areas including programs to fight domestic violence, motor vehicle theft, gun crimes and gang violence, to assist the victims of crime, to improve the investigation of crimes against children, and to provide police with wireless surveillance cameras to monitor high-crime areas and equipment to record interrogations. In 2013 the office administered grant revenues totaling approximately $1,039,183. OUTCOMES The District Attorney’s Office will endeavor to keep the people of Schenectady County safe by vigorously prosecuting those who commit crimes while safeguarding the rights of victims of crime and those who are accused of crime. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Conducting the core functions of the District Attorney’s Office while maintaining high conviction rates and participating fully in initiatives within the community aimed to reduce the incidence of crime. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • To continue our multi-faceted approach to dealing with violent crime, particularly gun crimes, by: continuing to provide resources and support to the FBI sponsored gun task force, participating in a public education campaign including school presentations on gun violence and snitching, resourcing and supporting a gang intervention specialist employed at the Boys and Girls Club, collaborating with the Sheriff to secure funding for further gun violence suppression initiatives, continuing the pilot program funded by the State to morally engage recently returned parolees on the unacceptability of gun violence, and enforcing strict prosecution policies regarding gun crimes. • We will continue to expand and strengthen our public surveillance camera system to enhance the security of our communities and to provide investigative leads and useable evidence for the prosecution of crime occurring within range of the cameras. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In 2012 the District Attorney’s Office adjudicated 494 cases in Schenectady County Court, maintaining a conviction rate of 97.3%. Of those cases, the office tried 27 defendants, 22 of which were convicted after trial with only 5 acquittals. Included among those cases successfully tried were four defendants sentenced to life in prison; two career criminals, a murderer sentenced to 40 to life, and a child sexual predator sentenced to 75 to life. • The District Attorney’s Office continued to expand the public surveillance camera system which by the end of 2013 will consist of 130 cameras installed in virtually every neighborhood in the City of Schenectady. Over 60% of those cameras have been upgraded to high definition monitors, improving the quality of images recorded making them even more useful to law enforcement. • The District Attorney led Schenectady Child Advocacy Center continues to be a resource for every law enforcement agency in the County, hosting 419 interviews of children and approximately 220 multi-disciplinary investigations. • In its second year of operation, the Crimes Against Revenue Program funded by New York State has produced 53 prosecutions involving fraud against government entities and/or white collar crime producing returned revenues of $242,801.93.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 Expended Sub Program Judicial District Attorney 01001-District Attorney 03001-Chief Assistant District Attorney 04002-Sr. Assistant District Attorney (9) 05001-Deputy Chief A.D.A. 06001-Counsel to the District Attorney 07001-Grand Jury Bureau Chief 07002-Assistant District Attorney (2) 09004-Assistant District Attorney (2/3) (2) 13001-City Court Bureau Chief 31001-Major Crimes Bureau Chief 16001-Special Victims Bureau Chief 17004-Confidential Investigator (7) 18001-Intelligence & Investigations Bureau Chief 19001-Secretary to District Attorney 21001-Legal Secretary 26002-Information Processing Specialist II (2) 27001-Grand Jury Reporter 28001-Multidisciplinary Team Project Coordinator 29001-Crime Victim Services Coordinator 30001-Crime Victim Services Assistant (2) 145,745 122,907 628,975 113,389 113,389 90,006 117,035 81,652 90,006 90,006 90,006 373,394 90,006 48,337 37,184 79,838 63,772 55,184 55,746 87,638 (2.0) (9.0) 151,100 122,907 692,902 (10.0) 113,389 113,389 90,006 59,184 81,652 90,006 90,006 90,006 373,394 90,006 48,337 37,184 79,838 63,772 55,184 55,746 87,638 (1.0) 151,100 122,907 692,902 (10.0) 113,389 113,389 90,006 59,184 81,652 90,006 90,006 90,006 373,394 90,006 48,337 37,184 79,838 63,772 55,184 55,746 87,638 (1.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.111 A1165.112 A1165.119 Expended Sub Program Judicial District Attorney 1000-Allocation to STOP DWI 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A1165.204 Total Personnel Services: 2,504,595 41,535 48,856 2,594,986 0 0 (12,601) 90,062 2,651,676 44,416 75,000 2,771,092 2,106 2,106 (12,601) 93,348 2,666,393 44,416 65,000 2,775,809 0 0 (12,601) 93,348 2,666,393 44,416 65,000 2,775,809 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1165.403 A1165.406 A1165.409 A1165.413 A1165.414 A1165.415062 A1165.415065 A1165.415170 A1165.415171 A1165.415173 A1165.415198 A1165.415310 A1165.420 A1165.429000 A1165.429065 A1165.429069 A1165.430 Expended Sub Program Judicial District Attorney Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Multidisciplinary Team Project Grant Domestic Violence Grant Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Project Impact Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Project Safe Neighborhoods Initiative Asset Forfeiture Various Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Fees and Investigations Stenographic Services Office Supplies .4 A1165.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total District Attorney: 16,511 14,946 2,828 26,778 2,426 29,547 14,872 124,105 31,409 6,634 15,844 1,844 12,188 13,011 30,894 30,049 14,350 388,236 2,983,222 16,500 10,500 4,000 30,543 4,500 44,944 12,755 66,149 35,000 115 36,582 15,000 8,500 21,463 38,000 40,000 16,390 400,941 3,174,139 17,000 9,500 3,900 26,500 3,500 40,603 13,559 27,746 35,000 0 0 15,000 8,500 20,000 38,000 40,000 17,500 316,308 3,092,117 17,000 9,500 3,900 26,500 3,500 40,603 13,559 27,746 35,000 0 0 15,000 8,500 20,000 38,000 40,000 16,500 315,308 3,091,117 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC DEFENDER A1171
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Public Defender’s Office is to provide effective, professional, and meaningful representation to indigent clients within the County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Public Defender’s Office receives assignments from all of the Courts located in the County. Criminal cases on the felony, misdemeanor, and violation level are assigned in Schenectady City Court, Rotterdam Town Court, Glenville Town Court, Scotia Village Court, Duanesburg Town Court, Princetown Town Court and Niskayuna Town Court. Family Court cases are assigned to our office by two Judges, a hearing officer and Support Magistrates. The office also receives assignments from other Specialty Courts throughout the County including felony and misdemeanor Drug Court, Alternative Treatment Court, Integrated Domestic Violence Court, and Family Treatment Court. Traffic Court and City Code violations are assigned to the office and handled at Schenectady City Hall. Parole violation hearings are held each Wednesday. OUTCOMES FOR 2014: • Monitor the number of complaints against assigned Assistants in both the Family Court Unit and Criminal Unit of the Office of the Public Defender. • Ensure that indigent clients are getting the same quality representation that a financially able client would get from a private attorney. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Reduce complaints of attorney work performance to less than 10 percent of caseload. • Increase the number of clients participating in Alternative to Incarceration Programming in 2014. • Continue the progress and enhanced levels of communication with clients of the Public Defender’s Office, including Jail Night. • Maintain the current staffing and experience level of attorneys in the Office of the Public Defender in 2014. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • The goal of attaining 1,000 dispositions in our Family Court Unit was accomplished with the completion of 1,109 Family Court cases. • More than 1,200 Alternative to Incarceration (ATI) plans were finalized in 2012 and included nineteen placements into Felony Drug Court, nineteen placements into Misdemeanor Drug Court, one placement into Felony Alternative Treatment Court and nine placements into Misdemeanor Alternative Treatment Court. Only one client was placed into Judicial Diversion. Public Defender clients continue to be sentenced to other non-incarceration alternatives including probation, community service, restitution, and fines. • The goal of reducing attorney complaints to less than 10% of caseload was accomplished. • The goal of enhanced communication between clients and assigned attorneys was accomplished.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.111 A1171.112 A1171.119 Expended Sub Program Judicial Public Defender 01001-Public Defender 02001-Chief Defense Trial Attorney (4/5) 03001-Deputy Chief Assistant Public Defender 07008-Assistant Public Defender 07008-Assistant Public Defender (3/5) (2) 07008-Assistant Public Defender (9/10) (2) 08002-Sr. Assistant Public Defender (6) 12001-Chief Assistant Public Defender 12002-ATI Coordinator 15001-Legal Clerk (2) 18001-Secretary to Public Defender 19002-Confidential Investigator (3) 23001-Paralegal 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 1,355,299 8,650 0 1,363,949 113,389 68,203 68,086 0 94,696 106,534 395,891 95,160 59,203 76,259 48,337 160,026 46,042 32,558 1,364,384 13,862 500 1,378,746 (1.0) (6.0) (2.0) 115,089 69,226 69,107 59,184 48,058 108,132 466,500 96,587 0 77,452 48,337 160,026 46,042 35,157 1,398,897 13,861 500 1,413,258 (7.0) (1.0) (1.0) 113,389 68,203 68,086 59,184 47,348 106,534 396,137 95,160 59,203 77,452 48,337 160,026 46,042 37,619 1,382,720 13,861 500 1,397,081 (1.0) (6.0) (1.0) (1.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1171.204 Expended Sub Program Judicial Public Defender Office & Service Equipment .2 A1171.403 A1171.406 A1171.409 A1171.413 A1171.414 A1171.420 A1171.429071 A1171.430 A1171.445 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Other Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A1171.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Public Defender: Total Equipment: 1,571 1,571 9,753 2,061 1,489 7,834 0 357 16,831 8,424 2,680 49,429 1,414,949 250 250 9,950 4,173 2,600 8,500 100 350 21,896 8,000 2,100 57,669 1,436,665 0 0 10,200 3,450 1,950 8,500 100 375 21,000 8,000 2,100 55,675 1,468,933 0 0 10,200 3,450 1,950 8,500 100 375 20,000 8,000 2,100 54,675 1,451,756 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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CONFLICT DEFENDER A1173
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Conflict Defender is to defend indigent individuals at all levels of the judicial process without restrictions to a particular type or level of case and to appear on their behalf at the earliest possible moment, ensure that their legal rights are upheld in those cases where a conflict of interest exists between an indigent defendant and the Schenectady County Public Defender’s Office, establish and maintain a meaningful client-attorney relationship, manage workloads that ensure the capacity to provide quality representation, and continually improve the quality of services provided by the Conflict Defender. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Conflict Defender provides legal representation for indigent individuals in Family Court for custody/visitation, neglect proceedings and support violations, and in the local criminal court, IDV Court and County Court for violations, misdemeanors, or felonies where a conflict of interest exists with the Schenectady County Public Defender’s Office. The Conflict Defender’s Office was created to help meet the legal mandate for the County to provide competent legal representation to indigent persons when the Public Defender is otherwise disqualified. The County utilizes a Conflict Defender approach in an attempt to achieve cost savings by eliminating the need to compensate private attorneys on an hourly basis for necessary legal representation. Though the responsibilities to their respective clients are identical, the Conflict Defender’s Office and Public Defender’s Office operate separately and distinctly. OUTCOMES • All indigent individuals represented by the Conflict Defender will receive a high-quality, well-informed defense to ensure equal representation under the law. • The commencement of the representation will occur at the earliest possible time in the proceedings. • Indigent individuals will receive representation despite the severity and level of the crime or proceeding. • A meaningful Attorney-Client relationship will be established. • Representation will always be at the highest level of professionalism. • Manage an ever increasing caseload. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Facilitate timely disposition of cases for earlier resolutions. • Maximize attorney scheduling to permit more efficient resolution of cases. • Maximize the attorney client relationship. • Reduce the number of complaints from clients. • Improve communication between, but not limited to, the clients, Courts, DA, Public Defender, YWCA and other members of the Court System. • Meet growing caseload assignment with minimal additional cost. • Maintain the diversity of representation amongst the attorneys. • Improve the quality of representation of the clients. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Increase continuing legal education for attorneys. • Reduce the number of complaints brought by clients. • Increase accessibility of attorneys to Court without additional delay. • Increase communication between clients and attorneys.

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CONFLICT DEFENDER A1173
2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Voluntary disclosure materials are regularly mailed to clients. • Case opening letters continue to be sent in a timely fashion. • Reassigned the Family Court team to achieve greater availability to the Judges and Judicial Hearing Officers and cost savings for the County. • Continue the diversification of the attorneys to make the caseload more manageable. • Increase the availability of attorneys “on-call” for emergency add-on cases in family court. • Increase use of technology to support attorney/client interaction and department interaction. • Improved screening of referred clients to determine eligibility.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1173.111 A1173.111 A1173.111 A1173.111 A1173.111 A1173.111 A1173.111 Expended Sub Program Judicial Conflict Defender 01001 Conflict Defender 02002 Assistant Conflict Defender (1.5) 02003 Sr. Assistant Conflict Defender (1.8) 03001 Confidential Investigator 04001 Legal Clerk 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 A1173.204 Total Personnel Services: 430,164 430,164 4,274 4,274 1,416 1,568 6,424 642 2,054 1,765 568 14,437 448,875 95,000 91,713 114,273 53,342 39,919 11,869 406,116 406,116 0 0 1,400 1,500 4,181 1,000 7,000 2,052 1,000 18,133 424,249 95,000 91,713 114,273 53,342 39,919 11,869 406,116 406,116 0 0 1,400 1,600 4,000 1,000 9,200 2,100 1,200 20,500 426,616 95,000 91,713 114,273 53,342 39,919 11,869 406,116 406,116 0 0 1,400 1,600 4,000 1,000 9,200 2,000 1,000 20,200 426,316 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2012

Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

A1173.403 A1173.409 A1173.413 A1173.414 A1173.429 A1173.430 A1173.445

Utilities Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Conflict Defender:

A1173.000

ASSIGNED COUNSEL A1174
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Assigned Counsel Program is to provide legal representation for indigent persons as required constitutionally and by State Law (Article 18-B of the County Law) and to ensure amounts paid for such counsel are properly documented. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Assigned Counsel Program provides counsel for indigent persons in need of representation when case conflicts or caseload overflow precludes representation by the Public Defender or Conflict Defender. The program is administered pro bono by the Schenectady County Law Department and utilizes the services of private attorneys to meet client representation needs. Representation of indigent persons is provided for certain criminal matters; Family Court matters such as custody, visitation, support, paternity, orders of protection, and neglect; custody matters in Surrogate’s Court; and matters before the State Board of Parole and the Appellate Courts. Income Guidelines for the Indigent Defense Counsel Program are the same as Legal Services Corporation thresholds and are 125% of federal poverty guidelines, though the Court has discretion with respect to persons whose income is in excess of the guidelines, and may decide that they are financially unable to retain counsel. OUTCOMES • All eligible clients will receive competent and satisfactory legal representation; all vouchers for payment will be properly documented. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • The program will administer the assignment of and payment for approximately 55 attorneys assigned by eight courts to represent 1,100 clients (200 criminal and 900 Family Court) per annum. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Revise current forms to provide clear evidence that all requirements are met to certify vouchers for payment by the County. • Implement the County 18-B Plan if, as and when approved. • Revise court assignment forms to assure public defender and conflict defender conflicts require assignment of 18-B counsel. • Meet with assigning Judges regarding implementation of new County 18-B Plan. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Revised County 18-B Plan approved by Bar Association and County Legislature; submitted to State Office of Court Administration for approval. • Revised income qualification form for criminal courts.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1174.111 A1174.111 Expended Sub Program Judicial Indigent Defense Counsel Special Appellate Counsel Total Regular Employees .1 A1174.429070 Total Personnel Services: 0 0 837,062 837,062 837,062 30,000 30,000 30,000 815,000 815,000 845,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 835,000 835,000 865,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 835,000 835,000 865,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Assigned Counsel Plan .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Indigent Defense Counsel:

A1174.000

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TOWN JUSTICES A1180
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) This account funds Schenectady County payments to towns and villages for the services of their courts in felony proceedings that would otherwise be handled by County courts. Pursuant to Section 99-L of the General Municipal Law, all towns and villages in New York State are entitled to claim from the Justice Court Fund, which is maintained by the Office of the State Comptroller, the sum of ten dollars for every case in which their courts act upon a felony-level criminal matter. Those costs then become a charge upon the County in which the municipality is located. Counties must periodically reimburse the Justice Court Fund for the payments made to their local governments.

GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures
Sub Program Code
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Sub Program
______________________________

Expended 2012
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Budget as Modified 5/1/2013
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Departmental Request 2014
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Manager Recommended 2014
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Adopted 2014
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Sub-Program – ElementA1180.415003

Judicial Town Justices
State Charges 3,190 3,400 3,400 3,400 0

.4

Total Contractual Expense:

3,190

3,400

3,400

3,400

0

A1180.000

Total Town Justices:

3,190

3,400

3,400

3,400

0

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MEDICAL EXAMINER A1185
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Medical Examiner is to examine, investigate and adjudicate the circumstances of any unattended or violent death within Schenectady County as prescribed by law. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Medical Examiner operates under the authority of the Schenectady County Public Health Services. As chartered in New York State Law and the Schenectady County Administrative Code, the Medical Examiner has jurisdiction and authority to investigate the death of any person dying within the County or whose body is found within the County which is or appears to be: “(a) a violent death, whether by criminal violence, suicide or casualty; (b) a death caused by unlawful act or criminal neglect; (c) a death occurring in a suspicious, unusual or unexplained manner; (d) a death caused by suspected criminal abortion; (e) a death while unattended by a physician, so far as can be discovered or where no physician able to certify the cause of death as provided in the public health law and in form as prescribed by the commissioner of health can be found; and (f) a death of a person confirmed in a public institution other than a hospital, infirmary or nursing home.” The Medical Examiner is assisted by a Forensic Death Investigator who shares night, holiday and weekend phone call response duties. It is the exclusive right of the Medical Examiner or his designee to claim a body for examination. OUTCOMES • All deaths will be investigated expeditiously with the highest professional standards. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Promptly investigate any and all deaths within Schenectady County as prescribed by law. • Review quarterly reports for Quality Assurance on the removal function, and participate in continuous quality process improvements. • Meet with the Public Health Director, Medical Consultant or designee to discuss any cases that require special attention. • Review all autopsies done for the County.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1185.111 A1185.111 Expended Sub Program Judicial Medical Examiner 01001-Medical Examiner Total Regular Employees .1 A1185.409 A1185.421 A1185.429 A1185.430 Postage Transport Services Professional Services Office Supplies .4 A1185.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Medical Examiner: Total Personnel Services: 56,174 56,174 54 35,225 76,476 1 111,756 167,930 56,174 56,174 56,174 50 29,000 115,500 100 144,650 200,824 56,174 56,174 56,174 50 42,000 123,475 0 165,525 221,699 56,174 56,174 56,174 50 35,880 123,475 0 159,405 215,579 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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COUNTY MANAGER A1230
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Manager is to ensure the effective and efficient operation of government and the delivery of responsive, high quality services to the residents of Schenectady County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The County Manager is the chief administrative officer of Schenectady County and manages all departments, offices, agencies and units except as otherwise provided in the County charter. This includes recommending policies to the County legislature; preparing tentative operating and capital budgets; directing and monitoring activities of County agencies; directing special projects; approving and executing contracts and agreements for the County as authorized; ensuring the implementation of legislative mandates and County policies; appointing members to County boards as outlined in the charter; and appointing administrative heads of departments and other units as set forth in the charter. The County Manager’s Office also provides direct oversight of County Special Events, including SummerNight, Farm and Foliage Day, Family Movie Nights, Downtown Flea Market and Craft Fair, and the Pedal-Paddle-Run. OUTCOMES • Foster cooperation among all levels of local government and County departments to improve the delivery of services to County residents. • Operate with the highest level of effectiveness and efficiency. • Provide for a high quality of life for residents and communities within Schenectady County. • Promote safe and healthy communities. • Ensure County government is accessible and responsive to constituent needs. • Develop policy recommendations and implement shared services and cost-saving strategies. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continue to streamline county government and save taxpayer costs. • Increase efficiency through enhanced intergovernmental shared services, departmental consolidations, and increased use of technology. • Implement continued cost-effective best practice service improvements throughout county government including child and family services, senior services, and public health. • Implement continued health care cost containment strategies. • Maximize outside funding for County operations. • Advocate for the reduction in unfunded mandated costs. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Open the new Glendale Nursing Home. • Open the new Unified Communications Center. • Initiate construction of the new Family Literacy Center. • Maintain a financially sound corporation.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.111 A1230.112 Expended Sub Program Executive County Manager 01001-County Manager 02001-Executive Secretary 06001-Assistant to the County Manager 07001-Director of Public Communications 05001-Special Events Director 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages .1 A1230.403 A1230.406 A1230.409 A1230.413 A1230.414 A1230.415097 A1230.429 A1230.430 A1230.445 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Special Events Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A1230.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total County Manager: Total Personnel Services: 361,095 12,425 373,520 1,195 3,634 249 400 133 36,251 4,038 2,852 372 49,124 422,644 129,218 48,457 63,485 64,609 45,695 9,848 361,312 12,900 374,212 1,200 2,700 400 1,000 0 49,000 26,339 4,250 1,500 86,389 460,601 129,218 48,457 63,485 64,609 45,695 9,848 361,312 12,900 374,212 1,250 3,300 300 1,000 300 49,000 10,000 3,500 1,400 70,050 444,262 129,218 48,457 63,485 64,609 45,695 9,848 361,312 12,900 374,212 1,250 3,300 300 1,000 300 49,000 10,000 3,500 1,400 70,050 444,262 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2012

Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

FINANCE A1310
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Finance is to manage the County’s financial resources in a prudent fiscal manner and to appropriately record and report financial transactions of the County in its annual financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The department also assists and supports all municipalities within Schenectady County with their responsibilities to provide for a fair and equitable administration of the real property tax. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Finance Department has responsibility for all fiscal transactions related to receipt or disbursement of County funds and recording responsibilities in the County’s financial records. Responsibilities include: • Prepare the County’s Annual Financial Report to the State Comptroller. • Manage investments of the County’s available financial resources and managing short term and long term (bond) borrowings. • Coordinate development of annual operating budget with the County Manager. • Manage all County bond issuances. • Collection of all taxes and fees. • Process and audit vendor claims for goods or services provided to the County. • File claims for State, Federal or other reimbursements. • Produce weekly payroll and applicable wage related reports as required. • Establish tax rates for County and Towns and develop tax warrants authorizing collection of taxes. • Forecast revenues and expenditures and analyze accounts. • Coordinate the disposition and sale of real property acquired by the County as a result of tax foreclosure. • Prepare and maintain tax maps in current condition and provide copies thereof. • Provide advisory appraisals to cities and towns when requested pursuant to New York State Statue. • Advise assessors on procedures for collection and maintenance of property data inventories, the preparation and maintenance of assessment rolls, use of property record cards, sales files and other records, and documents necessary to support equitable real property assessment and taxation. • Provide training programs in cooperation with the State Board. • Support cities and towns with the preparation of assessments rolls and coordinate the extension of tax rolls for the collection of property taxes. OUTCOMES • Provide quality services to County taxpayers, vendors, and employees in a timely and cost effective manner and prudently manage County resources. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Maintain the County’s Aa1 bond rating. • Record and report all County financial transactions in an appropriate and timely manner in accordance with the latest GAAP. • Prepare required Annual Financial Report to the State Comptroller in an accurate and timely manner. • Continuation of technical and automation improvements of the Real Property Tax administration records. • Continue compliance with the NYS Office of Real Property Tax Services requirements and efficiently perform all State-mandated functions. • Continue to coordinate with Planning in maintaining the accuracy of the GIS Geodatabase and the SIMS Mapping Program.

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FINANCE A1310
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continuation of better integrated technology into budget and payroll functions to improve oversight, efficiency and reporting. • Implement enhanced financial management systems to better support strategic financial planning initiatives for major cost centers. • Maximize return on County investments. • Identify and recommend cost savings and efficiency initiatives within County government. • Continue to implement integrated payroll/time/attendance and indirect cost accounting systems for major cost centers. • Identify and explore opportunities to maximize revenues and reduce expenses. • Continue to work with Systems Development Group (SDG) to enhance and improve the Schenectady County ImageMate Online Computer Program. • Continue to enhance the Schenectady County Public Auction process with the sale of real property by innovative internet website marketing of County-owned properties. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Analyzed New York State budget cuts and worked with the County Manager to mitigate the negative effects of these cuts on Schenectady County. • Worked in conjunction with Information Services, Auditors, Office of Facilities, and the Department of Social Services to implement an integrated payroll/time/attendance system. • Maximized return on County investments. • Identified and recommended cost savings and efficiency initiatives within County government. • Maintained County’s Aa1 bond rating. • Maintained a balanced budget through continued use of austerity measures to ensure savings. • Successfully completed 2012 independent audit of financial records receiving an unqualified opinion with no material weaknesses or significant deficiencies reported. • Provided municipal assessment roll information on the County website. • Held a successful real estate public action of tax-foreclosed properties on October 29, 2012 at the Schenectady County Community College, where 53 properties were sold.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.111 A1310.112 A1310.119 Expended Sub Program Finance Finance 01001 - Commissioner 02001-Deputy Commissioner 19001-Director-Treasury Systems 21001-Budget Analyst 22001-Director of Accounting 22002-Director of Real Property Tax Service III 22003-Deputy Dir. of Real Property Tax Service III 22004-Director of Accounting Systems 28002-Principal Payroll Audit Clerk (2) 29001-Accountant (2) 39001-Senior Account Clerk (2) 40001-Integrated Financial Management Specialist 41001-GIS/Tax Map Specialist 41002-Info. Proc. Spec.II 42002-Clerical Aide (2) 44001-Confidential Secretary 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime 907,839 2,269 5,783 116,725 87,181 72,146 51,450 63,485 66,990 0 0 101,356 106,684 83,642 42,973 55,746 39,919 66,870 44,046 67,328 1,066,541 16,239 2,500 (1.0) (2.0) (1.0) (1.0) 116,725 85,000 74,136 51,450 0 0 65,000 72,000 101,356 151,801 83,642 0 55,746 39,919 66,870 44,046 59,942 1,067,633 0 2,500 (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) 116,725 85,000 74,136 51,450 0 0 65,000 72,000 101,356 151,801 83,642 0 55,746 39,919 66,870 44,046 59,942 1,067,633 0 2,500 (3.0) (1.0) (1.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element Expended Sub Program Finance Finance .1 A1310.204 Total Personnel Services: 915,891 1,354 1,354 4,414 11,234 10,084 1,625 338 170,488 16,535 515 215,233 Total Finance: 1,132,478 1,085,280 20,000 20,000 4,400 10,500 11,400 2,200 400 216,226 22,909 1,800 269,835 1,375,115 1,070,133 0 0 4,500 11,500 10,900 2,200 400 157,000 21,000 1,800 209,300 1,279,433 1,070,133 0 0 4,500 11,500 10,900 2,200 400 157,000 21,000 1,800 209,300 1,279,433 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

A1310.403 A1310.406 A1310.409 A1310.413 A1310.414 A1310.429 A1310.430 A1310.445

Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense:

A1310.000

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PURCHASING A1345
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Purchasing Department is to provide goods and services to County departments and local municipalities, as requested, for the fulfillment of their respective responsibilities, in a timely manner which most effectively utilizes the funds and resources available on behalf of the taxpayers. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Purchasing is characterized as a central services organization in that it provides services to all County departments. Those services are divided into two distinct areas: 1. Procurement of goods and services in accordance with the County’s official policies and procedures. 2. Provision of mailroom services to various departments and the courts of the County. OUTCOMES Purchasing will provide goods and services in a manner that is timely and within the guidelines and policies that have been approved by the County Legislature. This includes working with municipalities within the County to achieve savings in time and money. Purchasing must balance the needs of all departments within the County with the requirement of balanced business fairness for the vendors providing goods and services to the County. Our service population includes all of the County departments and the State courts within the County, the vendors we contract with for goods and services, and the taxpayers who have entrusted us to spend millions of their tax dollars wisely. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Optimal pricing for all products and services. • Timely response to users. • Expanded use of cooperative bidding. • Expanded vendor outreach. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to be intentional in the field of improved participation of woman and minority-owned businesses. • Continue to improve the digitalization of records and expand digital access for potential vendors. • Expand upon current successes with cooperative purchasing possibilities with local municipalities and neighboring counties. • Enhance our Fixed Asset Management System. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Successfully oversaw the administration of construction bids for the new Glendale Home. • Worked with the Affirmative Action Manager on outreach to small business and woman and minority-owned businesses. • Identified and implemented procurement strategies resulting in increased County savings in office supplies, medical supplies, and inmate supplies. • Expanded on a new system providing digital notice to potential bidders of County projects.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1345.111 A1345.111 A1345.111 A1345.111 A1345.111 A1345.111 A1345.111 Expended Sub Program Finance Purchasing / Central Mail Distribution 05001-Director of Purchasing/Resource Recovery 03001-Assistant Purchasing Agent 03002-Specifications Coordinator 39001-Senior Requisition Clerk 04001-Senior Mail Clerk 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 A1345.204 Total Personnel Services: 261,928 261,928 199 199 1,088 9,012 137 323 200 4,309 15,069 277,196 78,315 51,420 44,514 41,821 39,919 19,534 275,523 275,523 315 315 950 9,500 400 350 300 2,685 14,185 290,023 78,315 51,420 42,973 41,821 39,919 20,793 275,241 275,241 0 0 1,200 7,500 400 325 300 3,000 12,725 287,966 78,315 51,420 42,973 41,821 39,919 20,793 275,241 275,241 0 0 1,200 7,500 400 325 300 3,000 12,725 287,966 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

A1345.403 A1345.406 A1345.408 A1345.409 A1345.413 A1345.430

Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Postage Dues & Subscriptions Office Supplies .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Purchasing / Central Mail Distribution:

A1345.000

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TAX ADVERTISING EXPENSE A1362
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) This appropriation covers expenses incurred by Schenectady County on tax delinquent properties prior to foreclosure under Article 11, including legal costs, advertising, title searches, physical inspections, environmental assessments and taxes. Costs have historically been recovered through addition of a fee on the delinquent properties.

GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures
Sub Program Code
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Sub Program
______________________________

Expended 2012
_____________

Budget as Modified 5/1/2013
____________

Departmental Request 2014
_____________

Manager Recommended 2014
______________

Adopted 2014
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Sub-Program – ElementA1362.429362

Finance Tax Advertising Expense
Advertising & Foreclosure Expense 86,689 141,300 61,500 61,500 0

.4

Total Contractual Expense:

86,689

141,300

61,500

61,500

0

A1362.000

Total Tax Advertising Expense:

86,689

141,300

61,500

61,500

0

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COUNTY CLERK A1410
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Clerk is to process, preserve, and provide public access to documents, including legal records pertaining to ownership of real property and all records for Supreme and County Courts within Schenectady County. The County Clerk also runs the Local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for the State of New York. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The County Clerk is an elected official primarily responsible for records processing and management, who oversees the Office of the County Clerk. The County Clerk serves as Clerk of the Supreme and County Courts; Register of Deeds; County Commissioner of Motor Vehicles; County Filing Officer; and Chief Notary. The Department processes and stores records relating to the ownership of property such as deeds, mortgages, satisfactions, and assignments; processes, files, and stores court records; collects court fees; processes and files pistol permit applications and amendments, passports, and veterans’ vendor permits; and collects and distributes a variety of revenues to numerous levels of government. The Schenectady County Clerk website allows the public to search land record information as well as conduct a number of online DMV transactions. The website is: http://www.schenectadycounty.com/. OUTCOMES • Public records will continue to be readily available for access by County residents. • The number of records available electronically and on the County Clerk website will be increased. • Preserve the history of Schenectady County. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Enlarge electronic records database. • Increase the number of military discharges filed. • Continue to lobby for the authority for e-filing/e-recording and develop a strategy to implement it. • Continue increasing the electronic filing of reports. • Integrate confidential database into Landex. • Expand back scanning to include files on fourth floor. • Move some fourth floor files off site to make room for court files that must be kept on site. • Cross train employees in recording office. • Reduce average DMV wait time to 15 minutes. • Provide increased security at DMV. • Complete map scanning project. • Repair at risk records. • Expand constituent outreach through Town Clerk Offices. • Promote use of NYS DMV’s website for transactions. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to expand the functionality of the County Clerk website with a goal of increasing the number of online transactions offered residents. • Continue to process records in a timely and secure manner. • Continue to lobby for the legal authority to protect constituent identity through rejection of public records containing personal information.

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COUNTY CLERK A1410
2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Participated in community outreach events. • Increased the use of email as a customer service tool. • Increased number of revenue reports filed electronically. • Fine tuned procedures to handle the increased Lis Pendens filings. • Provided increased support to the Finance Department on tax revenue trends. • Original land records processed and returned within two days. • Completed back scanning of mortgage books through 1972. • Completed back scanning of deed books through 1968. • Began back scanning mental health cases. • Index names on back scanned documents for easier retrieval. • Enhance regional training for car dealers. • Securely issue Enhanced Drivers Licenses. • Recertified 3 employees as Passport Agents. • Participated as a worksite for Summer Youth Employment Cooperative. • Increased database of archived images to 5.25 million. • Pilot MY DMV program for NYS DMV. • Distributed retraining materials to older drivers. • Partnered with NYS DMV on T.E.E.N. (Teen Electronic Event Notification). • Developed and Implemented constituent outreach through the Town Clerk’s Offices. • Eliminated the printing of Pistol Permit forms by providing electronic versions on our website. • Implemented new training for unrestricted permits. • Reorganized Pistol Permit section requiring appointments to more evenly distribute the work flow. • Scanned Maps back through 2000. • Scanned 3000 old case files into Landex. • Implemented Safe Act Procedures. • Processed a 300 % increase in Pistol Permits. • Created a database of opt out forms for pistol permit holders. • Improved DMV website. • Expanded Pistol Permit website. • Developed check list for filing SCAR petitions.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.111 A1410.112 A1410.119 Expended Sub Program Staff County Clerk 01001-County Clerk 07001-Deputy County Clerk (3) 10001-Index & Recording Supervisor 13001-Motor Vehicle Supervisor 16001-Principal Clerk 17001-Principal Index & Recording Clerk 19003-Index & Recording Clerk (2) 20009-Motor Vehicle Representative II (9) 22002-Senior Clerk (2) 23001-Pistol Permit Clerk 25002-Microfilm Equipment Operator (2) 28002-Asst Microfilm Equip. Operator (2) 32006-Clerical Aide (3) 32006-Clerk (2) 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 1,282,253 56,845 35,567 1,374,665 85,750 185,088 56,182 56,182 43,819 43,819 83,642 353,306 70,578 38,129 83,642 69,878 95,410 61,975 90,392 1,417,792 30,650 0 1,448,442 85,750 185,088 56,182 56,182 43,819 43,819 83,642 347,341 68,306 38,129 83,642 69,878 90,515 57,080 89,443 1,398,816 30,650 0 1,429,466 85,750 185,088 56,182 56,182 43,819 43,819 83,642 347,341 68,306 38,129 83,642 69,878 90,515 57,080 89,443 1,398,816 30,650 0 1,429,466 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1410.204 Expended Sub Program Staff County Clerk Office & Service Equipment .2 A1410.403 A1410.406 A1410.409 A1410.413 A1410.429 A1410.430 A1410.445 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A1410.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total County Clerk: Total Equipment: 4,872 4,872 8,799 4,851 17,001 250 131,973 15,599 0 178,473 1,558,010 5,739 5,739 9,300 12,000 18,500 625 150,342 21,880 0 212,647 1,666,828 3,000 3,000 9,300 12,000 17,900 585 138,805 20,000 3,500 202,090 1,634,556 3,000 3,000 9,300 12,000 17,900 585 138,805 20,000 3,500 202,090 1,634,556 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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LAW A1420
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Law, under the direction of the County Attorney, is to serve as the chief legal advisor to the County and its employees, as is more fully set forth in the Charter and the Administrative Code. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Department of Law provides legal counsel to Schenectady County on the wide range of legal issues which confront the County on a daily and continuing basis. The Department of Law serves as the chief legal advisor to the County and its departments, agencies, and offices in all civil matters and proceedings. The Department of Law represents the County in the prosecution and defense of all civil actions and proceedings brought by or against the County or any of its officers in local, State, or Federal courts; prepares and reviews contracts and other legal instruments; serves as the presentment agency in Family Court in the prosecution of Juvenile Delinquents (JD) and Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) within the County; and represents the County in grievances, arbitrations, improper practice charges and disciplinary matters involving County employees, and in contract negotiations with recognized employee bargaining agents. The Department of Law also represents the Department of Social Services (DSS) in all child protective (abuse, neglect, surrender and termination) cases, in permanency/extension hearings, and fair hearings; administers the assigned counsel program; advises the Civil Service Commission; represents Glendale Nursing Home in the collection of revenues; and performs other duties as prescribed by law, the County Manager, or the County Legislature. OUTCOMES • The Department of Law will defend and protect the interests of County taxpayers through competent and efficient representation of Schenectady County. 2014 STRATEGIC INITIATIVES • Continue to improve employee/retiree healthcare cost containment programs. These reform initiatives are taken in conjunction with the County Legislature and County Manager and often through negotiations with the County’s labor unions. Current reform initiatives are saving Schenectady County over $10.5 million each year, and new initiatives will result in additional savings. • As a result of sales tax agreement, the County Attorney has assisted the City of Schenectady in labor negotiations and helped to implement healthcare savings of over $3 million annually for the City. • Continue to provide legal representation on an ongoing basis to bring completion to major construction projects, including the construction of the new Glendale Nursing Home, court expansion at Schaffer Heights and the Central Dispatch headquarters. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • CONTINUED REFORM OF SCHENECTADY COUNTY EMPLOYEE AND RETIREE HEALTH INSURANCE WITH 2013 SAVINGS IN EXCESS OF $17,800,000 1. Incentivized Canadian and U.S. Mail Order Prescription Drug Program: 2013 Costs Lower than 2003 Costs – Projected 2013 Annual Savings of Over $10 Million. In 2003, the costs of prescription drugs per member per month (pm/pm) was $139.81. Through July 30, 2013, the costs of prescription drugs per member/per month (pm/pm) is $129.44 for Schenectady Meds I and $80.87 per member/per month for Schenectady Meds II. Had prescription costs continued to escalate at a 12% rate, the 2013 pm/pm would be $436.26. Even at a modest 5% trend, the 2013 pm/pm would be $227.75. The fact that prescription costs are now lower in 2013 than they were in 2003 is an outstanding result, which resulted in the State Academy for Public Services giving its 2013 Award of Merit to County Attorney Christopher Gardner. 2. Medicare Advantage Plans: 2012 Savings of Over $3,000,000. 2012 marked the fourth full year of implementation of Medicare Advantage Plans. 3. Bonus Waiver Reforms. 2012 savings of over $2,000,000.
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LAW A1420
Replace Empire Matrix with Empire PPO. 2012 Savings of over $800,000. 5. Other Reforms: Savings of Over $2,000,000. These reforms include self-funding MVP, lower price and higher rebates from Express Scripts, a precision formulary, and numerous other reforms. Prosecute all JD and PINS petitions on behalf of the Probation Department. In 2012, 6 Designated Felony petitions, 161 JD petitions and 104 PINS petitions were prosecuted. Prosecuted eight Kendra’s Law cases, involving mandatory psychiatric treatment for individuals who, without treatment, would present a danger to themselves and others. Prosecuted all child abuse and neglect petitions on behalf of DSS. In 2012, over 1,100 child abuse/neglect, surrender and termination petitions and permanency/extension hearings were prosecuted. Represented DSS in over 300 support collection and children’s services fair hearings. The Department of Law continues to work closely with the Department of Economic Development and Planning to assist in its aggressive economic development and job creation program Glendale Reforms: The Department of Law and successfully negotiated a 2-tier wage system which makes new employees over 17% less expensive throughout their careers than existing employees. Glendale Construction. The Department of Law negotiated a Project Labor Agreement with Greater Capital Region Building and Construction Trades Council AFL-CIO, which assisted in this project coming in over $5 million lower than projected cost. Employee Discipline: Represented the County in over 70 employee discipline cases. Solar Initiatives: The Department of Law negotiated the County of Schenectady’s solar electricity initiative, which is among the most comprehensive in New York State. 4.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.111 A1420.112 Expended Sub Program Staff Law Department 01001-County Attorney 02001-Deputy County Attorney (1.3) 04001-Deputy County Attorney (1) 07003-Deputy County Attorney (3)* 06002-First Deputy County Attorney (.9) 06001-First Deputy County Attorney* 08001-Sr. Assistant County Attorney* 08003-Assistant County Attorney 09003-Legal Secretary (2.6)* 07001-Confidential Secretary 10001-Paralegal 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages .1 A1420.204 Total Personnel Services: 1,018,617 5,052 1,023,669 445 445 120,000 114,880 88,250 230,627 83,221 100,016 60,288 59,184 107,294 44,046 48,337 7,731 1,063,874 0 1,063,874 0 0 (1.0) (1.0) 120,000 114,880 158,250 230,627 83,221 100,016 63,485 0 107,294 44,046 48,337 13,982 1,084,138 0 1,084,138 0 0 (2.0) 120,000 114,880 158,250 230,627 83,221 100,016 63,485 0 107,294 44,046 48,337 13,982 1,084,138 0 1,084,138 0 0 (2.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

*Positions assigned to Department of Social Services

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1420.403 A1420.406 A1420.409 A1420.413 A1420.429 A1420.430 A1420.445 Expended Sub Program Staff Law Department Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A1420.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Law Department: 1,600 0 1,155 8,319 21,340 2,516 1,302 36,232 1,060,346 1,600 200 1,200 7,564 34,000 3,000 900 48,464 1,112,338 1,600 200 1,175 6,000 34,000 3,000 900 46,875 1,131,013 1,600 200 1,175 6,000 34,000 3,000 900 46,875 1,131,013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION A1430
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Civil Service is to ensure that County and municipal employees receive timely and accurate pay and benefits, that Civil Service laws and rules are adhered to at all times, that employees are well trained and safe in order that they may perform their work at its highest level, to train employees in all policies and procedures as mandated by State and Federal law, to recruit and maintain the most highly qualified workforce possible, and to assist all County departments in efforts to accomplish County goals, missions, and mandates. The administration of Civil Service is a statutory function of the County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Civil Service administers Civil Service Law and Rules for approximately 6,000 public employees in 21 civil divisions throughout the County, including all towns, villages, school districts, special districts, the City of Schenectady and the County itself. In order to increase the functionality of the department, human resources was integrated into Civil Service. The department is responsible for administering all Civil Service tests for the 21 civil divisions; processing all new County employees with regard to benefits, policies and procedures; overseeing and processing the health insurance benefits for all County employees and retirees; tuition reimbursement; unemployment insurance; extended sick leave; New York State disability; Family and Medical Leave Act; 207-c benefits for correction and patrol officers; Workers’ Compensation; and New York State retirement and disability retirement. Human Resources also: • Coordinates trainings for County employees. • Manages employee relations by focusing on the practices and policies which directly affect their well-being and morale. • Examines each building that is County owned, mandated by NYS code and has a County employee presence to ensure facilities are PESH compliant. • Assists in collective bargaining with all County negotiating units and takes part in joint labor/management meetings. • Provides affirmative action services for the County and, through an intergovernmental contract, for the City of Schenectady. OUTCOMES • Municipal employees throughout Schenectady County will receive accurate and timely administration of Civil Service rules and laws. • Administer benefits, provide training, and oversee health and safety for all county employees. • Affirmative Action Office has on file, and has been successful in using, the database to match applicants to job and exam announcement. • Affirmative Action Office organized recruitment and information fairs for jobs in law enforcement, fire department and social services and administered a wide range of exam preparation classes. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continue to develop a training program to continuously train employees in mandated and necessary areas (PESH, workplace violence training, sexual harassment, etc.). • Complete employee handbook and distribute to all County employees. • Complete all necessary revisions to the Text and Appendices of the Schenectady County Civil Service Rules on a quarterly basis. • Implement new County employee orientation and provide this orientation on a monthly or quarterly basis. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue updating our Civil Service Job Classification Plan to ensure the accurate reflection of duties, responsibilities, and qualifications for public jobs. • Continue offering targeted health seminars and training to improve the health and safety of our employees, thus reducing sick leave and employee health costs. • Increase employee enrollment in the county’s “Bonus Waiver Program” and “Flex Spending” benefits. • Continue to coordinate “Health Benefit Information Fairs” for all county employees. • Continue to implement the Latsnet time and attendance system throughout the county. • Complete sexual harassment prevention training and identify new training initiatives for county employees. • Work with our health care providers to offer new wellness initiatives to help increase and maintain the health of our workforce.
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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION A1430
2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Organized County employee health information fair. • Administered workplace violence prevention program and provided training on this program to all County employees. • Organized fire drill in the County Office Building in conjunction with the Office of Court Security and County Emergency Management. • Continued training program in OSHA/PESH and workplace violence prevention. All employees were trained in workplace safety and workplace violence prevention by our internal trainers. • Implemented new hire procedures and utilization of the NYS “E-Justice NY” finger-print system. • Working in conjunction with the Purchasing Department, entered and continually updated material safety data sheets (MSDS) on the County intranet site. • Continued to implement Latsnet time and attendance system at the Department of Social Services and helped insure a smooth transition to this system.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.111 A1430.112 A1430.119 Expended Sub Program Staff Civil Service Commission 02001-Director of Human Resources 03001-Deputy Director of Human Resources 05001-Personnel Technician 10001-Affirmative Action Manager 07002-Sr. Personnel Assistant (2) 09002-Personnel Assistant (1.8) 26001-Sr. Typist 25001-Commissioner (Chairman) 27002-Commissioner (2) 32001-Information Processing Specialist II 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A1430.204 Total Personnel Services: 603,447 22,927 10,226 636,600 328 328 96,617 67,401 55,694 69,993 101,356 82,876 38,129 7,188 14,376 39,919 25,911 599,460 20,207 5,000 624,667 0 0 96,617 67,401 55,694 69,993 101,356 82,876 38,129 7,188 14,376 39,919 27,317 600,866 19,207 8,500 628,573 0 0 96,617 67,401 55,694 69,993 101,356 82,876 38,129 7,188 14,376 39,919 27,317 600,866 19,207 8,500 628,573 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1430.403 A1430.406 A1430.408 A1430.409 A1430.413 A1430.414 A1430.415147 A1430.429 A1430.430 A1430.445 Expended Sub Program Staff Civil Service Commission Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Harassment Training Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A1430.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Civil Service Commission: 2,753 626 42 4,230 182 211 0 38,827 4,545 575 51,991 688,919 2,600 1,200 0 5,000 600 250 10,000 33,472 3,500 1,200 57,822 682,489 2,700 1,000 100 4,850 360 250 5,000 29,500 3,500 750 48,010 676,583 2,700 1,000 100 4,850 360 250 5,000 29,500 3,500 750 48,010 676,583 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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ENGINEERING A1440
MISSION The Schenectady County Engineering Department is dedicated to providing professional, well-organized, and cost effective municipal engineering services to the citizens of Schenectady County, as well as all of the Departments within the County. Our efforts are focused on providing a high level of expertise for designing, planning, advising, administering, and overseeing all public works improvement projects. Our goal is to provide these services within the project budget and timeframe required while protecting the public health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Schenectady County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Engineering is chartered to “furnish engineering and other services...” for the County Manager, the Legislature, the Public Works Department and all other County agencies. The Engineering Department is responsible for the planning, design and construction of capital roadway and utility infrastructure projects, maintaining compliance with various State & Federal programs such as NPDES Phase II separate storm sewer systems (MS4s), engineering oversight of projects at the County Airport, managing the County’s Highway Permit program, reviewing development plans to ensure roadway and utility changes conform to the County’s construction standards, administering State and Federal Aid projects, and providing technical assistance and construction oversight on all Public Works projects. The Department also provides engineering plan review for the Department of Health’s Environmental Section in compliance with NYS Department of Health regulations. OUTCOMES • Provide accurate, efficient and quality engineering, survey, and project management services in a timely and cost-effective manner. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Complete construction of the Maple Avenue / Alplaus Avenue intersection reconstruction project. • Complete construction for the Van Vorst Road Bridge replacement over the Alplaus Kill. • Complete the design phase for the rehabilitation of the Alplaus Road Bridge over the Alplaus Kill. • Complete the final design for the Maple Avenue / Ronald Reagan Way Intersection Improvement project. • Complete the reconstruction of Scotch Ridge Road Bridge superstructure over a tributary of the Normans Kill. • Maintain compliance with MS4 storm water permit requirements in cooperation with the Economic Development and Planning Department. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Maximize Federal/State highway funding including the NYS DOT preservation and beyond preservation grant program. • Provide the tools and training needed to employees to constantly provide the highest level of service to the County and the community. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Completed the construction of the Duanesburg-Churches Bridge project over the tributary of the South Chuctanunda Creek. • Completed FEMA reconstruction projects caused by Hurricane Irene along Ennis Road, Muselbeck Road, Scotch Ridge Road, Wolf Hollow Road and Pangburn Road. • Completed design for the Tower Road / Fortitech Road extension project with construction to be completed in 2013. • Completed design for the Taxiway Connection project near Fortitech Road with construction to be completed in 2013. • Completed design for the Airport Water & Sewer Extension project with construction to be completed in 2013. • Completed design for the Airport Apron reconstruction project with construction to be completed in 2013. • Completed the design of the Pangburn Road Bridge over the Normans Kill with construction to be completed in 2013. • Completed the design of the Maple Avenue / Alplaus Avenue intersection reconstruction project with phase I of construction to start in 2013. • Completed the design of the Hillside Avenue / Providence Avenue intersection reconstruction project with construction to be completed in 2013.
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ENGINEERING A1440
• • • • • • • • • Completed design of the Summitt Avenue porous pavement parking lot project between Veeder Avenue and Summit Avenue with construction to be completed in 2013. Completing construction of Airport Tower energy saving building renovations in 2013. Completing construction of FEMA mitigation projects in 2013 caused by Hurricane Irene (Maben Road slope failure, Old Muselbeck Road stream repairs). Continuing design of the Airport Wildlife fence. Continuing design of the Airport Master Plan update. Continuing design for the Rotterdam Bike Trail paving & repair project with construction to be completed in 201. Continuing the design phase for the replacement of Van Vorst Road Bridge over the Alplaus Kill. Continuing reconstruction of numerous culvert projects throughout Schenectady County. Beginning the design phase for the rehabilitation of the Alplaus Road Bridge over the Alplaus Kill.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1440.111 A1440.111 A1440.111 A1440.111 A1440.111 A1440.111 A1440.111 Expended Sub Program Staff Engineering 01001-Engineering Director 03001-Senior Civil Engineer 00002-Junior Civil Engineer 00003-Junior Civil Engineer Trainee 997-Allocation to Airport 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 A1440.406 A1440.413 A1440.429 A1440.430 A1440.441001 A1440.445 Total Personnel Services: 304,143 304,143 2,143 0 189 1,071 150 452 4,005 Total Engineering: 308,148 85,000 77,987 69,488 52,609 (10,450) 16,364 290,998 290,998 3,500 100 500 1,600 225 4,300 10,225 301,223 85,000 77,987 69,488 56,493 (10,450) 18,306 296,824 296,824 3,500 0 500 1,600 225 2,500 8,325 305,149 85,000 77,987 69,488 56,493 (10,450) 18,306 296,824 296,824 3,500 0 500 1,600 225 2,000 7,825 304,649 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Dues & Subscriptions Professional Services Office Supplies Uniform Allowance Education & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense:

A1440.000

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BOARD OF ELECTIONS A1450
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Board of Elections is to implement functions defined in the New York State Election Law resulting in the broadest possible lawful participation in all facets of our electoral process. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Schenectady County Board of Elections performs the following duties: • Administration of Elections: The Board of Elections administers primary and general elections including ballot access, voting and canvassing results. • Voter Registration: The Board of Elections maintains a current registry of more than 90,000 voters and promotes voter registration throughout the County. • Campaign Finance Compliance: More than 100 entities file campaign finance disclosure with the Schenectady County Board of Elections. • Voter Education: The Board of Elections engages in outreach to voters to inform them about the electoral process. • Election Support: School districts, fire districts and other special districts are served by the Board of Elections. OUTCOMES • All Schenectady County voters, persons of voting age eligible to register to vote, candidates for office, and political committees will have the opportunity to participate in the electoral process as prescribed by law. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Successfully print all ballots needed for elections administered pursuant to the election law at a cost not to exceed the 2013 cost per ballot. • Recruit and train new poll workers equal to 10% of existing corps. • Eliminate use of temporary workers to accomplish quarterly testing and maintenance of voting machines. • Increase traffic at our website by 10% over 2013. • Increase percentage of voter registrations fully processed on day of receipt to 100% • Add at least 10 additional sites where voter registration forms will be available. • Complete mail check transfers within one week after the first statutorily allowable date. • Reduce number of delinquent campaign finance filers to less than 2013 levels. • Increase percentage of Fire Districts which used DS-200 scanners and ballots to 25%. • Improve services to persons who are not proficient in the English Language by increasing availability of translation services. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Reduce the number of election districts to 95. • Begin printing ballots for at least one other county jurisdiction. • Identify in the voter registration system the complete political geography for every voter, including fire district, school district and any other unit of representation capable of holding an election whether or not comprised of Election Districts under the Election Law. • Perform an energy efficiency audit to reduce use of kilowatt hours by 10%. • Reduce/eliminate reliance on outside contractors for ancillary printing. • Add capability to communicate via mass email and social media. • Further reduce the cost of transporting election related equipment. • Implement long term plan for replacement of voting equipment. • Implement comprehensive operational accountability system.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.111 A1450.112 A1450.119 Expended Sub Program Staff Board of Elections 01002-Commissioner of Elections (2) 03002-Deputy Commissioner-Elections (2) 00004-Election Data Specialist (3.8) 05002-Voting System Operator (2) 06002-Election Day Services Operator (2) 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A1450.402 A1450.403 A1450.406 A1450.409 A1450.414 A1450.415050 A1450.429 A1450.445 Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Mileage Reimbursement Election Materials Professional Services Education & Training .4 A1450.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Board of Elections: Total Personnel Services: 627,906 257,496 6,178 891,580 131,858 23,645 60,184 32,862 3,072 58,980 44,345 1,134 356,080 1,247,660 166,368 104,532 174,960 86,822 86,822 12,304 631,808 205,224 6,900 843,932 124,656 36,000 79,924 32,500 2,000 62,193 42,200 1,500 380,973 1,224,905 166,368 104,532 174,960 86,822 86,822 12,304 631,808 205,224 6,200 843,232 127,150 35,200 96,455 34,670 2,750 66,834 46,639 1,500 411,198 1,254,430 166,368 104,532 174,960 86,822 86,822 12,304 631,808 205,224 6,200 843,232 127,150 35,200 96,455 34,670 2,750 66,834 46,639 1,500 411,198 1,254,430 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION A1490
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Public Works is to provide safe, responsive and efficient highway system, recreational areas and management of the County automotive fleet, and administration of the Airport and other Public Facilities. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Public Works provides administration of construction, improvements, maintenance, repair, cleaning and lighting of all highways, roads, bridges and grade separation structures, drains and drainage structures under jurisdiction of the County as well as providing the administration for the maintenance of equipment and vehicles for the County and City fleet vehicles. Additionally, supervision is provided for the Office of Facilities as well as the Office of Parks and the County Airport. This Department also facilitates the Intermunicipal Highway Shared Services program. OUTCOME • Oversee staff in maintenance of County roads, maintaining above-average road ratings. • Provide Airport administration. • Improve various recreation areas throughout the County. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Maintain productivity measured outcomes as well as enhance our cost-containment policies. • Roads receiving preventive maintenance will be 21 miles. • Implement a split shift for snow and ice operations. • Implementation of Phase II of the Shared Services Grant. • Commence Federal Aid Projects 2013-2016. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Road Program funding will be allocated based upon our road rating system. • Maximize grant opportunities with partners in the Intermunicipal Highway Shared Services program. • Continue efficiency analysis and benchmark measurements of the public works functions. • Maximize Federal/State highway grant funding. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Schenectady County road system is rated 3.67 and is above the GASB average of 3.0. • All County bridges retained a safety rating of 5.32 or better (scale of 1.0 – 7.0[best]). • Unit cost of operations for 2012 was 36.6% below New York State Department of Transportation unit bids. • Implemented snow and ice control seasonal roster with 7 motor equipment operators and formulated a split shift scenario. • Completed the NYS DOS Shared Services Grant. • Received TIP supplement for Pangburn Road Bridge – $400K in Federal aid. • Received TIP supplement for Alplaus Avenue Bridge - $350K in Federal aid.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1490.111 A1490.111 A1490.111 A1490.111 A1490.111 A1490.111 Expended Sub Program Staff Public Works Administration 03001-Director of Public Works 04001-Dep. Dir. for Operations and Stormwater Mgt 06001-Executive Secretary II 998-Longevity 999-Allocation (Airport) Total Regular Employees .1 A1490.204 Total Personnel Services: 141,475 141,475 0 0 13,669 0 795 0 49,920 99 64,483 205,958 113,924 70,000 46,042 16,878 (35,370) 211,474 211,474 5,605 5,605 14,700 2,100 750 300 22,464 175 40,489 257,568 113,924 70,000 46,042 16,878 (35,370) 211,474 211,474 0 0 13,000 2,200 825 300 0 175 16,500 227,974 113,924 70,000 46,042 16,878 (35,370) 211,474 211,474 0 0 13,000 2,200 825 300 0 175 16,500 227,974 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

A1490.403 A1490.406 A1490.409 A1490.413 A1490.415149 A1490.430

Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Public Works Shared Services Planning Grant Office Supplies .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Public Works Administration:

A1490.000

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FACILITIES A1620
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Office of Facilities is to provide a quality, functional and safe environment for the employees, residents and visitors to the various Schenectady facilities. This is achieved through coordination between our facilities engineering, maintenance, construction, housekeeping and grounds keeping staffs and services. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Office of Facilities maintains 33 County facilities totaling 893,000 square feet. These facilities house a variety of occupancies including offices, correctional facilities, libraries, ice rink and a nursing home. Services provided to these facilities include full scale electrical and mechanical engineering and design, space planning and layout, project management, construction services, general maintenance, repairs and installation of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and life safety systems and housekeeping. The Office of Facilities also assists the administration of SCCC with the managing of Capital Improvement Projects to the facilities both on and off the main campus. OUTCOMES • Provide high quality, cost effective and efficient facility management, engineering and maintenance to all County facilities. • Residents, visitors, and employees will be provided clean, safe and reliable Schenectady County facilities. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continue Coordination and management of the new Glendale Home construction project including the relocation into the new facility, and demolition of the existing facility. • Coordinate and manage various roof replacements at the SCCC Campus. • Coordinate and manage further renovations of the Schenectady County Library System Facilities. • Continue to improve department operating efficiency through the design and use of a work order and project scheduling and tracking system. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Coordinated and managed the construction of new Glendale Home. • Coordinated and managed the installation of leased space at Schaffer Heights to house additional court facilities for the Office of Court Administration. • Coordinated and managed the installation of solar electrical systems at various county facilities. • Coordinated and managed various capital improvements at the SCCC campus. • Coordinate and manage the demolition phase of the existing Glendale Home buildings. • Coordinate and manage the design and construction of the UCC in the Town of Rotterdam.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 A1620.111 Expended Sub Program Shared Services Building & Grounds 02001-Director of Facilities 04001-Facilities Engineer 05002-Maintenance Supervisor 08001-Maintenance Plumber 11001-Carpenter 10004-Utility Worker (2) 12002-Construction Crew Leader (2) 13003-Head General Mechanic (3) 14101-Sr. General Mechanic 14001-General Mechanic (2) 15002-Electrician 16001-Sr. Electrician 18001-Painter 19001-Maintenance Worker 32006/32002-Cleaner (7) 32003 - Cleaning Working Supervisor 35001-Head Cleaner 998-Longevity 9991-Adjustment Total Regular Employees 1,655,576 88,583 80,500 69,824 56,182 50,678 91,046 131,676 197,514 56,182 101,356 56,182 65,838 46,042 39,857 265,232 39,857 48,337 137,385 13,137 1,635,408 88,583 80,500 69,824 56,182 50,678 91,046 131,676 197,514 56,182 101,356 56,182 65,838 46,042 39,857 266,351 39,857 48,337 146,083 0 1,632,088 88,583 80,500 69,824 56,182 50,678 91,046 131,676 197,514 56,182 101,356 56,182 65,838 46,042 39,857 266,351 39,857 48,337 146,083 0 1,632,088 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1620.112 A1620.119 Expended Sub Program Shared Services Building & Grounds Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A1620.204 Total Personnel Services: 63,825 42,906 1,762,307 800 800 58,133 42,000 1,735,541 1,000 1,000 64,641 43,000 1,739,729 1,000 1,000 64,641 42,000 1,738,729 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1620.402 A1620.403 A1620.406 A1620.409 A1620.412 A1620.413 A1620.420 A1620.429 A1620.430 A1620.441001 A1620.442 A1620.445 A1620.460 Expended Sub Program Shared Services Building & Grounds Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Maintenance Services Dues & Subscriptions Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Uniform Allowance Household/Cleaning /Laundry Education & Training Building Repairs & Materials .4 A1620.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Building & Grounds: 81,580 272,555 76,783 78 22,589 1,324 30,899 145,302 714 0 25,690 610 100,062 758,186 2,521,293 108,200 433,000 67,923 150 28,250 500 21,500 152,365 1,050 9,420 31,494 600 178,917 1,033,369 2,769,910 185,500 378,000 63,100 150 29,000 1,000 22,000 140,000 2,000 4,800 31,000 700 170,000 1,027,250 2,767,979 185,500 378,000 63,100 100 29,000 1,000 22,000 140,000 2,000 4,800 31,000 700 160,000 1,017,200 2,756,929 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY A1621
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Information Technology is to improve the delivery, efficiency and effectiveness of technology services to best serve the citizens, businesses, and employees of Schenectady County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Information Technology strives to increase the productivity of government and provide quality services to our citizens and businesses, promote economic development, and improve the safety and quality of life in Schenectady County. The department provides services to all County departments including administration and support of Wide Area Network management, Voice Over IP phone services, building to building connectivity, County e-mail system, County website presence, and network and information security. Information Technology also provides desktop support services, application development and maintenance, commercial software evaluation and support, and business process analysis and support. IT also provides management of active and inactive County records in Schenectady County’s central records storage center on Kellar Avenue in Rotterdam. An electronic management system permits access to documents in the collection. Archival, permanent and historical records are preserved through a variety of methods, including microfilming, scanning and digitization, and proper storage of original records in an environmentally safe location. OUTCOMES • Provide County departments with technology solutions to effectively manage programs to improve service for County residents. • Improve business continuity capabilities for Schenectady County operations. • Storage, retrieval, delivery and disposal/destruction of records will happen in a timely manner. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continue implementation of electronic time recording and enhanced management processes for Glendale Home. • Expand Voice Over IP phone deployment for Department of Health. • Deploy low maintenance desktop replacements for Glendale Home. • Network and communication design and implementation for county wide dispatch center STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Work with Facilities and Engineering on hardware and software implementation for the new Glendale Home. • Redesign and implement new website for Schenectady County. • Continue deployment of Windows 7 for County computers. • Provide increased bandwidth to external buildings for disaster recovery and backup. • Enhance features on deployment of reporting server. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Completed automated feeds for time recording to payroll minimizing data entry. • Completed implementation of 6N software/hardware for CNAs and support roles at Glendale Home. • Completed a number of major PC deployment projects for County departments.

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY A1621
• • • • • • • • • • • Completed electronic environment at Correctional Facility “paperless” jail. Installed additional Voice Over IP phone systems at Glendale Home. Replaced network monitoring software. Completed major in house updates of jail, Real Property, Probation, financial enterprise system and Electronic Time Recording. Redesigned and deployed report server for process and management reporting. Completed new backup infrastructure for significant improvement of backup processes with tapeless backup. Improved Emergency Management Operations connectivity for voice and data emergencies. Completed fiber build out of County buildings. Provided installation and support for county building camera systems. Built network for County Airport facility for expanded computer services. Provided remote computer support for Schenectady County Road Patrol.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 A1621.111 Expended Sub Program Shared Services Information Services 01001-Director of Information Services 03001-Deputy Director of Information Services 05001-Sr. Computer Systems Analyst 05001-Sr. Network Analyst 10002-Computer Services Specialist (2) 11002-Senior Computer Technician 15001-Manager of Health Information Services 16001-Local Area Network Administrator 19001-Voice and Data Communications Administrator 14001-Assistant to Director for Data Management 17001-PC Support Specialist 22001-Business Systems Programmer Analyst 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 Total Personnel Services: 806,228 806,228 96,913 79,000 63,485 67,609 101,356 56,182 68,086 51,450 54,303 45,675 50,678 59,591 31,275 825,603 825,603 104,913 82,000 63,485 67,609 101,356 56,182 68,086 53,450 56,303 45,675 50,678 61,591 31,275 842,603 842,603 96,913 79,000 63,485 67,609 101,356 56,182 68,086 51,450 54,303 45,675 50,678 59,591 31,275 825,603 825,603 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1621.403 A1621.406 A1621.409 A1621.413 A1621.414 A1621.420 A1621.429 A1621.430 A1621.445 .4 A1621.000 Expended Sub Program Shared Services Information Services Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training Total Contractual Expense: Total Information Services: 6,146 85,469 346 260 171 525 5,983 6,284 11,599 116,783 923,011 7,700 193,341 525 260 500 500 5,000 7,700 12,000 227,526 1,053,129 5,500 214,217 300 310 500 600 6,000 7,000 12,000 246,427 1,089,030 5,500 213,000 300 310 500 600 6,000 7,000 11,000 244,210 1,069,813 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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SPECIAL ITEMS A1910, A1920, A1950, A1985, A1990
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) A1910 Insurance This appropriation covers the cost of various insurance coverages for the County not allocated to other departments. A1920 Municipal Association Dues This appropriation covers the cost of dues in various associations not specifically related to any one department. A1950 Taxes on County Property This appropriation covers the cost of special district taxes on County-owned properties as well as prorated taxes on properties acquired by the County either through purchase or upon auction of County tax foreclosure properties. A1985 Distribution of Sales Tax This appropriation records the amount of sales tax collected by the County which is subsequently distributed to municipalities and the Metroplex Development Authority. A1990 Contingency Fund This account is used by the County Legislature to appropriate funds necessary to meet unanticipated expenses that may arise during the calendar year.

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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A1910.405 A1920.413003 A1950.400050 A1985.400018 A1990.400090 Expended Sub Program Special Items Special Items Insurance Municipal Association Dues Taxes on County Property Distribution of Sales Tax Contingency .4 A1990.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Special Items: 834,837 13,873 83,138 30,330,609 0 31,262,457 31,262,457 914,000 14,290 40,000 30,918,564 95,400 31,982,254 31,982,254 930,000 14,718 60,000 31,321,000 125,000 32,450,718 32,450,718 930,000 14,718 60,000 31,321,000 125,000 32,450,718 32,450,718 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 4,409,257 8,070,303 12,479,560

05/01/2013 4,548,694 8,427,500 12,976,194

2014 4,698,694 8,263,500 12,962,194

2014 4,698,694 8,263,500 12,962,194

2014 0 0 0

A A

2400 2900

Community College Education Activities TOTAL EDUCATION

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Community College A A 2490 2495 Other Community College Charges Contribution to SCCC Total Community College: Education Activities A A 2960 2989 Education of Children with Disabilities Handicapped Parking Education Program Total Education Activities: TOTAL EDUCATION 8,070,303 0 8,070,303 12,479,560 8,425,000 2,500 8,427,500 12,976,194 8,260,000 3,500 8,263,500 12,962,194 8,260,000 3,500 8,263,500 12,962,194 0 0 0 0 2,310,563 2,098,694 4,409,257 2,450,000 2,098,694 4,548,694 2,600,000 2,098,694 4,698,694 2,600,000 2,098,694 4,698,694 0 0 0

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE A2490, A2495
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) A2490 Community College Sections 6304 and 6305 of New York State Education Law require counties to pay the costs associated when residents of their county attend community colleges in a different county. The amounts paid per full time equivalent student are determined by each community college on the basis of prescribed chargeback formulas. A2495 Contribution to SCCC This appropriation provides funding for payment of the local sponsor (Schenectady County) contribution to the annual operating budget of the Schenectady County Community College.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A2490.415006 Expended Sub Program Community College Other Community College Charges Tuition Charges-Other Community College Charges .4 A2490.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Other Community College Charges: 2,310,563 2,310,563 2,310,563 2,450,000 2,450,000 2,450,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A2495.415007 Expended Sub Program Community College Contribution to SCCC Contribution to SCCC .4 A2495.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Contribution to SCCC: 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 2,098,694 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES A2960
MISSION The mission of Education of Children with Disabilities is to provide preschool children aged three through five with comprehensive evaluations, special education, and itinerant services to address any identified developmental disabilities. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Preschool Special Education Program is administered by the Children with Special Needs Unit within Schenectady County Public Health Services. The program is mandated by the State of New York and serves children aged three to five identified with developmental disabilities. The local placement agency is the child’s local school district. Counties statewide are required to coordinate services, contract for services, and fund the program. This includes working with preschool providers and accessing Medicaid. The State Education Department (NYSED) provides 59.5% reimbursement of program costs. OUTCOMES • All eligible children in Schenectady County will receive quality services. • All preschool providers will adhere to NYSED and Medicaid regulations. • Maximize all possible reimbursement mechanisms for approved services. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Disseminate state and local memorandums, policies, and procedures to all contracted providers on an ongoing basis. • Use of County website to post webinars, policies, forms and provider handbook/information. • Conduct trainings/education for contracted provider agency/staff on documentation and Medicaid compliance. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Create efficiencies with attendance tracking for children on commercial transportation. • Continue to participate in all meetings and trainings presented by Medicaid, NYSDOH and NYSED in issues pertaining to the field of Special Education. • Work with McGuinness to ensure CPSE eXchange software adheres to all Medicaid requirements. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Ended contract with existing transportation consultant and entered into new contracts with Transfinder and a transportation routing consultant to maximize transportation efficiency, with a large cost-savings to the County. • Ongoing implementation of the preschool billing software system and transportation enhancements to ensure Medicaid compliance with all billing. • Completed annual mandated Relevant Employee Training / Medicaid in Education Program. • Continue meeting regularly with the CPSE Chairs at least quarterly. • Encouraging parent self-transportation campaign with districts, programs and providers.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A2960.480 Expended Sub Program Education Activities Education of Children with Disabilities Preschool Special Education Program .4 A2960.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Education of Children with Disabilities: 8,070,303 8,070,303 8,070,303 8,425,000 8,425,000 8,425,000 8,260,000 8,260,000 8,260,000 8,260,000 8,260,000 8,260,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HANDICAPPED PARKING EDUCATION PROGRAM A2989
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Handicapped Parking Education program is to provide education, advocacy, and increased awareness of handicapped parking laws. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The program provides funding for activities such as public service announcements, public education and awareness campaigns, distribution of literature, etc. The cost of this program is offset by funds derived from handicapped parking violation fines. OUTCOMES • Provide accurate information regarding existing laws and regulations pertinent to handicapped parking. • Increase public awareness of handicapped parking issues. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continuation of public information activities. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continuation of public information activities.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A2989.445 Expended Sub Program Education Activities Handicapped Parking Education Program Education & Training .4 A2989.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Handicapped Parking Education Program: 0 0 0 2,500 2,500 2,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,500 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 394,236 21,167,223 220,058 812,022 22,593,539

05/01/2013 538,487 21,836,798 316,709 901,156 23,593,150

2014 530,192 21,577,321 250,000 1,155,885 23,513,398

2014 530,192 21,531,944 250,000 1,155,785 23,467,921

2014 0 0 0 0 0

A A A A

3000 3100 3300 3600

Administration Law Enforcement Traffic Safety Other Protection TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Administration A A 3020 3021 MRD Communications Systems Total Administration: Law Enforcement A A A A A A 3110 3140 3141 3150 3151 3170 Sheriff Probation - Adult Probation - Juvenile Jail Jail Medical Services Alternatives to Incarceration Services Total Law Enforcement: Traffic Safety A A 3311 3315 Traffic Safety Grant STOP-DWI Total Traffic Safety: Other Protection A A 3640 3689 Emergency Management Services Hazardous Materials Response Total Other Protection: TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 612,022 200,000 812,022 22,593,539 701,156 200,000 901,156 23,593,150 755,885 400,000 1,155,885 23,513,398 755,785 400,000 1,155,785 23,467,921 0 0 0 0
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154,004 240,232 394,236

155,152 383,335 538,487

155,152 375,040 530,192

155,152 375,040 530,192

0 0 0

1,479,251 2,185,809 1,416,700 13,603,879 2,413,184 68,400 21,167,223

1,555,984 2,166,204 1,631,996 13,929,054 2,492,000 61,560 21,836,798

1,601,629 2,147,823 1,421,785 13,897,524 2,447,000 61,560 21,577,321

1,558,252 2,147,823 1,421,785 13,895,524 2,447,000 61,560 21,531,944

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

64 219,994 220,058

0 316,709 316,709

0 250,000 250,000

0 250,000 250,000

0 0 0

MOBILE RADIO DISTRICT A3020
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Law Enforcement Mobile Radio District (MRD) is to provide countywide, inter-agency law enforcement radio communications for all participating agencies in Schenectady County. The MRD system provides daily autonomous radio communications for each agency, plus interoperability through commonly assigned channels for command/control functions during emergencies and other events requiring communications between departments. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Law Enforcement MRD consists of the law enforcement agencies of Schenectady County, City of Schenectady, Towns of Rotterdam, Niskayuna, and Glenville, and Village of Scotia. For participating agencies, MRD provides technical and other assistance concerning F.C.C. Licensing and Special Event and MRD channel reservations. MRD also helps agencies interface with communications consultants, program portable and mobile units, and stay abreast of communications developments. MRD handles intermodulation, adjacent, and co-channel interference problems for participating agencies. MRD also assists agencies with communications consulting firms, and the programming of portable and mobile radios. MRD maintains a liaison with the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials and oversees a system maintenance contract on a daily basis. As required by F.C.C. rule, MRD has already caused all of its F.C.C. licenses to be modified, approved and relicensed by the F.C.C. for narrowband operation. MRD now has the ability to broadcast and receive in both analog and digital modes. The system also has the capability of secure digital communications to allow for privacy required by police operations during special events. OUTCOMES • Provide a VHF FM voted police radio system for all law enforcement agencies in Schenectady County including interfacing with the New York State Police, D.E.A., F.B.I., U.S. Marshal’s and NYS Division of Parole. Schenectady County Probation is also equipped with several portables licensed on MRD frequencies. MRD allows outside agencies to program licensed MRD frequencies in units capable of programming in the VHF band in order to facilitate interoperable communications between said agencies. MRD has received permission from the NYS Police to install, transmit and receive NYS Police frequencies in MRD police vehicles to better enhance interoperability between these law enforcement agencies. MRD has also allowed the NYS Police to program MRD operational frequencies in their portable/mobile units to further enhance interoperability in the VHF band. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Provide all MRD agencies with a new system infrastructure for the multiple frequencies used in the system by upgrading communications privacy with secure channel encryption mode for Special Operations Teams, Vice and Detective Units, Supervisory Personnel, and Patrol Units when required. • Continue semi-annual system equipment checks to identify units in need of repair and to have those units repaired if parts are still available. • Continue to develop interoperability methods through hardware acquisition and other means, for the daily operations of agencies not using MRD VHF band frequencies. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Assist Central Dispatch Administrator with communication interfacing where possible for maximum use of system for this function. • Develop emergency backup plans using present system equipment in the event of major system failures. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Performed semi-annual system equipment checks to identify units in need of repair and had those units repaired if parts were still available.

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MOBILE RADIO DISTRICT A3020
• • • • Developed interoperability methods through hardware acquisition and other means for the daily operations of agencies not utilizing MRD VHF band frequencies. Completed the narrow-banding of all VHF band system infrastructure and all agency portable and mobile radio units with the cooperation of each participating agency. Installed Digital Interface Units equipment which allowed all compatible units to communicate with dispatch points and each other, in both analog and digital mode, and encryption. Monitoring Control Network for satellite receivers installed and operational.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3020.111 A3020.111 Expended Sub Program Administration MRD 01001-MRD Coordinator Total Regular Employees .1 A3020.204 Total Personnel Services: 24,720 24,720 1,624 1,624 22,148 133 2,825 32,017 160 92 0 32,661 37,559 0 65 0 127,660 Total MRD: 154,004 24,720 24,720 24,720 0 0 22,350 500 4,000 31,100 300 92 250 31,300 37,990 300 1,050 1,200 130,432 155,152 24,720 24,720 24,720 0 0 22,350 500 4,000 31,100 300 92 250 31,300 37,990 300 1,050 1,200 130,432 155,152 24,720 24,720 24,720 0 0 22,350 500 4,000 31,100 300 92 250 31,300 37,990 300 1,050 1,200 130,432 155,152 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

A3020.403 A3020.404 A3020.405 A3020.406 A3020.409 A3020.413001 A3020.415 A3020.415800 A3020.415801 A3020.429 A3020.430 A3020.445

Utilities Travel Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues Various T1 Circuits System Maintenance Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense:

A3020.000

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COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS A3021
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Communications Systems is to oversee the operation of the County's Enhanced 911 system. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Communications Systems oversees the operation of the County’s enhanced 911 system through activities such as: management of E-911 databases, oversight of equipment maintenance, coordination of the integrated operations of the four dispatch centers, and participating as a member of the 911 Technical Advisory Committee. In addition, the Department maintains close liaison with County and town planning staffs concerning proposed real estate developments, making recommendations on new street names and addressing schemes. We derive all new addresses for Duanesburg, Princetown, and Delanson, and for large portions (rural) of Glenville and Rotterdam, maintaining the integrity of a system that was used to convert rural delivery addresses to street and number addresses during implementation of enhanced 911 service. OUTCOMES • Maximize the operational efficiency of the County’s enhanced 911 system through continued monitoring of daily performance statistics, review of monthly reports submitted by each Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), and solicitation of PSAP feedback during quarterly Technical Advisory Committee meetings. • Ensure maximum 911 database accuracy through an aggressive quality assurance program. • Maintain the integrity of the rural addressing system through continued liaison with affected municipalities and timely response to new address requests. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • With regard to system operational efficiency, 90% or greater of all live 911 calls will be answered within 10 seconds. • With regard to database accuracy, 95% of reported database discrepancies will be processed and submitted for correction within 24 hours. • With regard to rural addressing integrity, 95% of requests for new addresses will be completed by close of business of the next working day. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Facilitate initiatives designed to move toward a Unified Communications Center (UCC) operation by participating in the implementation of any approved restructuring plan, based upon the recommendations of the Unified Communications Feasibility and Implementation Study. • Ensure that any restructuring will be carefully planned and executed without compromising public safety yet meeting the needs of the UCC. 2012 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • With regard to system operational efficiency, 96.1% of the calls received from May 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013 were answered within ten seconds. • With regard to database accuracy, seven line discrepancies were reported through April 30, 2013 which yields an accuracy measurement of 99.9%. All discrepancies were processed and submitted for correction within 24 hours. • With regard to rural addressing integrity, 23 new address requests and 4 address verification requests were received through April 30, 2013. All, or 100%, were completed by close of business of the next working day.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3021.111 A3021.111 Expended Sub Program Administration Communications Systems 01001-Director of Communications Total Regular Employees .1 A3021.402000 A3021.402003 A3021.403 A3021.405 A3021.406 A3021.409 A3021.413 A3021.414 A3021.429 A3021.430 A3021.445 Rent E911 Equipment Lease/Line Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A3021.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Communications Systems: Total Personnel Services: 0 0 0 87,253 1,792 1,200 102,020 73 0 0 47,639 255 0 240,232 240,232 63,485 63,485 63,485 0 94,000 2,250 1,200 110,000 100 500 700 110,400 400 300 319,850 383,335 (1.0) 0 0 0 100,790 94,000 6,850 1,200 110,000 100 500 500 60,400 400 300 375,040 375,040 0 0 0 100,790 94,000 6,850 1,200 110,000 100 500 500 60,400 400 300 375,040 375,040 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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SHERIFF A3110
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office shall be the protection and preservation of the rights, lives and properties of all persons, through the fair and impartial enforcement of the law, regardless of such person’s race, creed, color, ethnicity or social standing. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Sheriff and Deputies serve as the County's principal law enforcement officers with duties and responsibilities established by State law. While the civil process is the exclusive responsibility of the County Sheriff, the Sheriff is also responsible to provide law enforcement services to County residents. The Sheriff assigns deputies to deter criminal activity, arrest criminal offenders, promote traffic safety and respond to emergency calls. The Sheriff has concurrent jurisdiction with local law enforcement officers in all of the county municipalities. The Sheriff cooperates closely with community authorities and local police agencies. The Sheriff’s Office frequently provides mutual aid for other agencies within the County. The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit provides continuous service to all jurisdictions within the County of Schenectady and has assisted other communities outside of Schenectady County in their times of need. The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Program is totally funded by private donations. This important service is not only effective but without burden to the taxpayers. The Schenectady Sheriff’s Office actively participates in the Operation SAFE CHILD program. Through a partnership with the New York State Police, New York State Sheriffs' Association and New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, the Division of Criminal Justice Services and its Missing and Exploited Children Clearinghouse the program provides Operation SAFE CHILD IDENTIFICATION CARDS to families across the county and the state. The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office provides a security detail at the Schenectady County Department of Social Services and the Schenectady County Main Library. The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office of Professional Standards was created in 2003. The Office of Professional Standards: • Investigates the background and qualifications of all incoming employees of the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office by examining and questioning the potential employees, checking prior employers, checking educational backgrounds, questioning neighbors, investigating criminal backgrounds and checking other sources of reference. • Investigates and takes appropriate action in regards to complaints made against staff, medical providers, program providers, and/or volunteers. • Investigates and takes appropriate action in regards to complaints of inmates or visitors regarding staff. • Develops and revises policies, programs and regulations to provide for the effective and efficient management of the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office. • Investigates reports of inmates being injured prior to their incarceration at the Correctional Facility and report injuries to the arresting agency. During 2012 the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office took over the coordination of the Schenectady County Stop D.W.I. Program and the Schenectady County Traffic Safety Program. The programs are collaboration between the seven law enforcement agencies throughout the county and several civilian organizations with the common goal of making the highways safer. Previously the program was coordinated by a full time civilian employee working under the control of the County Department of Economic Development and Planning. By having the Sheriff’s Office coordinate the program we were able to lower staffing costs and dedicated more monies to enforcement. During 2012 the Sheriff appointed a deputy to the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (D.E.A.) Task Force. The task force is a joint effort by local and federal agencies in controlling drug trafficking in the area. In the first six months alone that the deputy was assigned to the Task Force, the Sheriff’s Office received enough asset forfeiture funds to more than cover the deputy’s salary. Asset Forfeiture is an effective law enforcement tool the United States uses to deprive criminals of their ill-gotten gains by seizing the proceeds of criminal activity and property used to facilitate crime. Seized property is shared with state and local law enforcement agencies which make substantial contributions to underlying criminal investigations, thereby not only depriving criminals of their ill-gotten gains, but returning the proceeds to law enforcement to use to fight crime. This program is called “equitable sharing.”

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SHERIFF A3110
OUTCOMES By upholding the statutes, laws and regulations of the County of Schenectady, State of New York and the United States of America the residents and visitors to Schenectady County will be safe and secure in their person and property. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 To ensure positive direction and growth within the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office the following goals and objectives shall be set forth for all members to strive to attain. The continuing goals of the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office shall be: • To detect crime and criminal activity. • To enhance the professionalism of the department. • To enforce the law and solve crime. • To provide a conduit for services provided in the community. • To reduce and prevent future crime through education. • To compile statistics on crime and analyze reports. • To provide for highway safety and traffic enforcement. • To apply for grant funding consistent with the mission. • To promote the training of all departmental personnel. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 During 2014 the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office will: • Continue its Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEPS) with the goal of making our highways safer. • Continue training for all employees and update and enhance the department procedures. • Continue Gun Buy Back Program. • Continue narcotics enforcement investigations. • Continue to develop substation. • Partner and develop Gang Prevention Program with SPD and DA’s Office. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Participated with the Schenectady Police Department in the Operation Impact Program. • Continued the directed patrol program with the goal of enhancing protection for the areas of the county where there is no municipal police protection. • Upgraded equipment for the patrol division through the Asset Forfeiture Program. IMPROVE INTERAGENCY COOPERATION The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office is one of seven law enforcement agencies within Schenectady County. We should never lose sight of the fact that we are all part of the whole and must work together to serve and protect the residents. In order to improve interagency cooperation and further enhance service to the public the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the other law enforcement agencies in the County will cooperate in: • “STOPPED” PROGRAM – During 2011the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the other law enforcement agencies in Schenectady County instituted the “STOPPED” Program (Sheriff’s Telling Our Parents and Promoting Educated Drivers). Parents enrolled in the program received a decal to place on their vehicle and those parents will be notified any time their child is stopped by police officers. The program was developed by the Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office and will be coordinated by this office. • COUNTYWIDE WARRANT DETAIL – Will continue joint details between agencies executing warrants throughout the county. • COUNTYWIDE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION DETAIL – Share resources throughout the county in the investigation of major accident scenes. • HR 218 TRAINING - This new Federal law exempts qualified active and retired law enforcement officers from local and State prohibitions on the carrying of concealed firearms while off-duty across state lines. The Federal law requires these officers to be tested or otherwise found by the State to meet the standards established by the State for training and qualification for active law enforcement officers to carry a firearm. The Schenectady Sheriff’s goal is to provide this valuable training within Schenectady County.
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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.111 A3110.112 A3110.119 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Sheriff 01001-Sheriff 03001-Undersheriff 02000-Assistant to the Sheriff 10001-Patrol Lieutenant 11007-Patrol Officer (8) 12001-Patrol Sergeant 07001-Clerical Aide 18001-Principal Account Clerk 18002-Program Administrator-STOP DWI/Traffic Safety 997-Holiday & Meal Allowance 998-Longevity 9991-Adjustment Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 1,039,308 71,680 259,765 1,370,753 90,668 83,898 43,645 73,868 487,718 68,520 33,435 46,042 47,983 55,200 22,692 (18,678) 1,034,991 100,054 225,000 1,360,045 (8.0) 90,668 83,898 49,645 73,868 530,440 69,766 33,435 46,042 47,983 56,000 17,444 0 1,099,189 120,140 225,000 1,444,329 (9.0) 90,668 83,898 43,645 73,868 493,063 69,766 33,435 46,042 47,983 56,000 17,444 0 1,055,812 120,140 225,000 1,400,952 (8.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3110.403 A3110.406 A3110.409 A3110.413 A3110.414 A3110.415310 A3110.415465 A3110.420 A3110.430 A3110.445 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Sheriff Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Asset Forfeiture Various Sheriff-Explosion Detection Canine Team Grant Prog Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A3110.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Sheriff: 14,244 7,175 21,060 670 720 3,435 0 59,962 452 780 108,498 1,479,251 39,500 13,700 25,000 0 0 0 43,239 72,000 1,000 1,500 195,939 1,555,984 41,500 14,000 24,300 0 0 0 0 75,000 1,000 1,500 157,300 1,601,629 41,500 14,000 24,300 0 0 0 0 75,000 1,000 1,500 157,300 1,558,252 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PROBATION A3140, A3141
MISSION To enhance public safety by providing effective community-based strategies that promotes positive behavior change, accountability and law-abiding behavior. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Probation supervises adult and juvenile clients on probation, based on individual needs and risks; conducts investigations and reports findings to Criminal and Family Court judges to assist them in making disposition or sentencing determinations; assists Criminal Court judges in assessing the feasibility of releasing eligible offenders as an alternative to bail or incarceration; provides juvenile intake, screening, assessment and pre-diversion services as an alternate to Family Court processing; and collects restitution, reparations and fees, and disburses the collected funds. OUTCOMES • Residents of Schenectady County will be safer as the result of the utilization of evidence-based risk and needs assessments and the development and implementation of case plans that reduce the overall risk level of individuals under probation supervision. • Evidence-based assessments and case plans will be developed and implemented on all individuals with court ordered conditions of probation supervision. • Victim restitution and reparation will be a priority in all supervision plans. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Increase the number of offenders who complete the “Thinking for a Change” Curriculum by 20%. • Increase the number of youth participating in community-based programs, improving school attendance and engaging in restorative practices. • Reduce the number of juveniles referred to the Center for Juvenile Justice through pre-diversion intervention. • Reduce the amount of time juveniles spend in detention as well as find appropriate alternatives to placement, maintain reduced number of out-of-home placements of appropriate juvenile delinquents (JDs) and persons in need of supervision (PINS), reduce the use of non-secure and secure detention, and secure summer employment for a minimum of 30 youth involved in the juvenile justice system. • Reduce lengths of stay of juveniles in high end placements through intensive aftercare planning and supervision. • Reduce the number of probationers rearrested for new crimes. • Increase the number of probationers who successfully complete probation supervision. • All professional staff will complete the required 21 hours of professional development. • Collect 100% of DNA samples of required individuals. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Develop targeted supervision strategies for those under probation supervision that present the highest risk of recidivism. • Realign resources that match risk levels and needs of those under probation supervision. • Develop a structured decision making protocol and matrix of services for youth involved in the juvenile justice system. • Create a young adult diversion program in preparation for the increase of criminal responsibility from age 16 to age 18. • Lead the Capital Region Youth Justice Team in the State’s juvenile justice reform initiative. • Develop a strategic plan throughout Schenectady County to respond the adults involved in the criminal justice system with mental illness. • Develop a strategic plan for youth involved with the juvenile justice system with mental illness.

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PROBATION A3140, A3141
2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Increased number of probation staff trained as facilitators in the evidence-based curriculum “Thinking for a Change” as well as trained the adult drug court staff to implement this cognitive-behavior change curriculum for their criminal court population. • Successfully reduced the use number and length of stay of youth in detention and residential care. • Successfully maintained and increased the census of our community-based intensive aftercare and preventive program (CHIP) for high risk youth involved in the juvenile justice system and safely return home. • Successfully implemented a pilot neighborhood-based truancy program that reduced the number of youth involved in the juvenile justice system that will be ready for full implementation beginning in the 2013-2014 school year. • Secured grant funding with partner agencies to create and implement a High Risk Domestic Violence Team to assess and plan for high risk domestic violence offenders. This team will review and consider the need for GPS monitoring for this population. • Created a strategic plan for the Department with a new vision and mission statement that better reflect the needs of the community as well as established goals, objectives and outcomes to meet those needs. • Department selected as the lead agency in the NYS DCJS juvenile reform initiative for the Capital Region. • Selected as a pilot site for NYS Office of Probation and Correctional Alternatives to develop a countywide strategic plan for adults with mental illness involved in the criminal justice system. • All professional staff completed 21 hours or more of professional development training. • DNA samples have been collected on legally required defendants at the rate of 98%. • Selected as participating county in Columbia University’s Mental Health/Juvenile Justice initiative.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.111 A3140.112 A3140.119 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Probation - Adult 01001-Director II 013001-Deputy Director 07003-Probation Supervisor (3) 10009-Senior Probation Officer (7) 13011-Probation Officer (14) 16002-Probation Officer Asst. 17005-Info. Proc. Spec I (2) 18002-Info. Proc. Spec.II (2) 12001-Clerical Aide 999-Adjustment 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A3140.204 Total Personnel Services: 1,932,985 32,444 83,307 2,048,736 17,088 17,088 81,530 79,899 217,266 438,101 794,794 43,819 69,878 77,452 33,435 (44,745) 136,694 1,928,123 0 94,500 2,022,623 1,719 1,719 81,530 79,899 217,266 438,101 782,880 43,819 69,878 78,645 33,435 (46,071) 144,291 1,923,673 0 94,500 2,018,173 1,000 1,000 81,530 79,899 217,266 438,101 782,880 43,819 69,878 78,645 33,435 (46,071) 144,291 1,923,673 0 94,500 2,018,173 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3140.403 A3140.406 A3140.409 A3140.413 A3140.414 A3140.419 A3140.420 A3140.429 A3140.429001 A3140.430 A3140.445 A3140.449 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Probation - Adult Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Data Processing/Tech.Svcs Chg. Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Offender Monitoring Service Office Supplies Education & Training Other Supplies/Materials .4 A3140.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Probation - Adult: 19,900 16,039 3,524 927 956 48,637 1,631 4,912 17,524 4,642 62 1,231 119,985 2,185,809 20,000 18,500 3,850 1,000 2,500 40,000 2,100 2,500 40,000 5,727 3,500 2,185 141,862 2,166,204 18,000 18,500 3,750 1,300 1,500 40,000 2,100 3,000 30,000 5,500 3,500 1,500 128,650 2,147,823 18,000 18,500 3,750 1,300 1,500 40,000 2,100 3,000 30,000 5,500 3,500 1,500 128,650 2,147,823 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.111 A3141.112 A3141.119 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Probation - Juvenile 07001-Probation Supervisor (3) 10001-Senior Probation Officer (4) 13008-Probation Officer (12) 16001-Probation Officer Assistant 17001-IPS II 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 1,187,455 0 51,768 1,239,223 199,976 239,427 674,152 43,819 39,919 57,316 1,254,609 19,332 65,000 1,338,941 (4.0) 199,976 174,304 667,572 43,819 39,919 50,336 1,175,926 22,159 55,000 1,253,085 (3.0) 199,976 174,304 667,572 43,819 39,919 50,336 1,175,926 22,159 55,000 1,253,085 (3.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3141.403 A3141.406 A3141.414 A3141.415600 A3141.415601 A3141.420 A3141.429 A3141.429041 A3141.430 A3141.445 A3141.449 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Probation - Juvenile Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Mileage Reimbursement Juvenile Mental Health Diversion Project Supervision and Treatment Srv for Juvenile Program Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Juvenile Risk Intervention Coordination Grant Office Supplies Education & Training Other Supplies/Materials .4 A3141.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Probation - Juvenile: 8,645 2,985 1,394 47,758 86,700 11,011 1,321 15,488 1,828 347 0 177,477 1,416,700 9,600 2,800 2,000 97,953 128,511 12,900 18,500 13,859 3,500 2,500 932 293,055 1,631,996 6,600 4,000 1,500 35,000 88,500 12,000 15,000 0 3,000 2,500 600 168,700 1,421,785 6,600 4,000 1,500 35,000 88,500 12,000 15,000 0 3,000 2,500 600 168,700 1,421,785 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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JAIL A3150, A3151
MISSION The Schenectady County Correctional Facility hereby acknowledges its legal obligation to: • Operate in conformance with state and national jail standards and the rulings of state national courts. • Provide a safe, sanitary, and secure place of detention for all people committed to this jurisdiction for detention or correction. The Schenectady County Correctional Facility hereby acknowledges its obligation to the community in that: • The Schenectady County Correctional Facility must protect the community by securely holding persons who are determined by the courts to pose a threat to public safety. Further, the Schenectady County Correctional Facility must protect the inmates, its staff, and all visitors to the facility. • It is the goal of the Schenectady County Correctional Facility to return inmates to the community in better condition so that they can become better citizens. The Schenectady County Correctional Facility hereby acknowledges its obligations to its staff in that: • For a facility to become progressive and to maintain a reputation of credibility, there must be written guidelines which dictate policy. These written policy and procedural rules have to be understood and followed, as well as enforced fairly and impartially. • Through constant evaluation of our policies and procedures, the thorough training of personnel, and a firm commitment to the field of corrections, we will develop a greater sense of pride in knowing that we are making this county safer, and therefore, a better place for all of its citizens. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Since it is our objective to return people to society in better condition than when they entered the facility, it is incumbent upon us to offer as many programs as security, space and time allow. As such, programs are an essential part of our mission. • In 1995 the facility initiated a computerized legal library system, which was the first of its kind in the State of New York. • Inmates are entitled to receive an hour of exercise off of their housing units each day if they choose. • The educational programs at the Schenectady County Correctional Facility are designed to prepare inmates for a successful transition from incarceration back into the community. The following programs are administered by the Schenectady City School District and provide over 28,000 hours of educational service: • High School Diploma continuation and GED. • Computer literacy and Computer Repair/HTML classes. • Adult Basic Education. • OSHA Health and Safety Course. • English as a Second Language (ESL). • Vocational and Post Secondary Counseling. • Basic money management. • Group Counseling. • Transitional services are offered at the facility to help prepare incarcerated individuals for a successful and productive future: • Computerized career assessment. • Pre-release planning. • Job-readiness training. • Individual case management. • Twenty-three hours of religious programming are scheduled every week for every major religious denomination. • The YWCA of Schenectady provides educational support groups and individual counseling. During 2011 the Schenectady Sheriff’s Office instituted the “A New Future in Cooking” program. This comprehensive six week program has been designed to give inmates the chance to have a marketable skill when they return to the workforce. Each session is held for two hours one day a week. There is one class for the ladies and one for the gentlemen. The class covers basic fundamentals of common kitchen equipment, kitchen tools and terminology. The idea of the course has a dual goal of not only understanding the concepts for cooking and preparation but also performing them. The program was developed and is provided at no cost to the County by the Mallozzi Family, owners of Mallozzi’s Restaurants and Villa Italia, and is taught by their staff. This program will continue through 2014. The Sheriff’s Office continues to offer prisoner work detail to provide free labor for many not-for profit organizations.

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JAIL A3150, A3151
OUTCOMES By fulfilling our mission we will effectively control and protect the persons incarcerated at the facility and through our programs we will be able to return them to society a more rounded and productive individual. In doing so, we will make our community a safer place to live. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 To ensure positive direction and growth within the Schenectady County Correctional Facility the following goals and objectives shall be set forth for all members to strive to attain. The continuing goals of the Schenectady County Correctional Facility shall be: • To update and develop standard operational procedures. • To improve security within the facility. • To reduce and prevent future crime through education. • To promote the training of all departmental personnel. • To enhance the professionalism of the department. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 During 2014 the Schenectady County Correctional Facility will: • Meet the standards set forth by the New York State Commission of Correction. • Expand on in-service training for correction officers. • Explore ways of reducing costs. • Maintain Accreditation Standards as set forth by NYS Sheriffs Association. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS During 2010 the Schenectady Sheriff’s Correction Facility initiated the following: • GREEN INITIATIVE – We eliminated the use of Styrofoam trays for inmate meals and are now using thermo trays . • FIELD TRAINING OFFICER PROGRAM – Train the trainer program to train seasoned correctional officers to train newly recruited officers. • CORRECTIONAL OFFICER PHYSICAL FITNESS STANDARDS – As of 2010 all new correctional officers must take and pass the same physical fitness test that police officers are required to take and pass. • During 2013 Schenectady County Correctional Facility continued to maintain and improve the above mentioned initiatives and programs. FACILITY UPGRADES The Schenectady County Sheriff’s Office has set several goals to improve working conditions, safety and security: • FACILITY REPAIRS - Thoroughly evaluate the facility, the repairs needed, and the projected space requirements of the future, and develop a plan to improve the working environment. • FACILITY VIDEO SYSTEM – Equip the complete correctional facility with interior and exterior video monitoring which would enhance security. • COMPUTERIZATION – Provide computers for all work stations within the facility and computer availability to all officers. • During 2013 Schenectady County Correctional Facility continued improving working conditions, safety and security of the facility.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.111 A3150.112 A3150.119 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Jail 01011-Jail Superintendent 01001-Major 04003-Correction Captain (2) 06001-Chief Deputy Sheriff 07005-Correction Lieutenant (6) 18011-Correction Sergeant (13) 19124/19004-Correction Officer (157) 20001-Senior Cook 22003-Cook (3) 29001-Senior Account Clerk 33001-C F Commissary Security Specialist 34001-Account Clerk Typist 997-Holiday & Meal Allowance 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 10,650,282 25,030 1,206,244 11,881,556 81,110 69,606 125,068 78,000 398,857 799,024 8,539,443 51,274 135,034 39,303 38,129 30,795 841,000 86,962 11,313,605 32,495 825,000 12,171,100 81,110 69,606 125,068 78,000 412,777 819,504 8,448,339 51,274 135,034 40,562 39,265 31,831 850,000 85,909 11,268,279 32,495 825,000 12,125,774 81,110 69,606 125,068 78,000 412,777 819,504 8,448,339 51,274 135,034 40,562 39,265 31,831 850,000 85,909 11,268,279 32,495 825,000 12,125,774 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3150.204 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Jail Office & Service Equipment .2 A3150.403 A3150.406 A3150.410 A3150.413 A3150.415035 A3150.420 A3150.429 A3150.430 A3150.441002 A3150.442 A3150.445 A3150.449 A3150.460 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Food Dues & Subscriptions Housing and Transportation - Prisoners Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Clothing Household/Cleaning/Laundry Education & Training Other Supplies/Materials Bldg Repairs & Materials .4 A3150.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Jail: Total Equipment: 6,376 6,376 281,434 200,361 659,577 250 104,422 62,887 34,264 25,297 8,019 223,141 19,259 38,505 58,531 1,715,947 13,603,879 13,056 13,056 370,000 220,000 650,395 250 100,000 35,000 10,514 22,122 6,135 215,972 12,500 41,118 60,892 1,744,898 13,929,054 14,000 14,000 320,000 210,000 660,000 250 160,000 45,000 10,000 23,000 8,000 220,000 16,500 40,000 45,000 1,757,750 13,897,524 12,000 12,000 320,000 210,000 660,000 250 160,000 45,000 10,000 23,000 8,000 220,000 16,500 40,000 45,000 1,757,750 13,895,524 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3151.4153151 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Jail Medical Services Jail Medical Services - Various .4 A3151.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Jail Medical Services: 2,413,184 2,413,184 2,413,184 2,492,000 2,492,000 2,492,000 2,447,000 2,447,000 2,447,000 2,447,000 2,447,000 2,447,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION A3170
MISSION The mission of Alternatives to Incarceration is to provide cost-effective programs and services through Evidence-Based Practices that support public safety, hold offenders accountable, decrease recidivism rates, and reduce burdens on Schenectady County’s criminal justice, juvenile justice, legal system, and human services programs. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Alternatives to Incarceration program is run through the Center for Community Justice (CCJ). CCJ operates community corrections programs for offenders who have been sentenced to community sanctions in lieu of incarceration including Community Service, Crime Victim Restitution, Pre-Trial Diversion for first-time offenders, and a Community Accountability Board (CAB) for offenders who have committed quality of life offenses. These programs support public safety, hold offenders accountable, decrease recidivism, and reduce costs to the County. All programs are managed with Evidence-Based Practices and operate at significant cost-savings to the County. OUTCOMES • Provide evidence-based Alternatives to Incarceration programs that support public safety by assuring offender accountability, providing for crime victim assistance, and reducing recidivism rates. • Implementation of Alternatives to Incarceration programs will significantly decrease costs to the County for criminal justice, juvenile justice, legal system, and human services programs while being managed at a more cost-effective rate than similar programs operated directly by County agencies. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Alternatives to Incarceration will serve over 1,000 clients through the Community Service, Crime Victim Restitution, Community Accountability Board, and Pre-Trial Diversion programs. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to implement the use of Evidence-Based Practices for all Alternatives to Incarceration programs including Motivational Interviewing and Thinking for a Change for both adult and juvenile clients. • Continue implementation of case management and program operations for crime victims and offenders will be aligned with “what works” models as identified by the National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, American Probation and Parole Association, American Correctional Association, NYS Probation Officers Association, NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services, NYS Office of Probation and Correctional Alternatives, and Office for Victims of Crime among several state and national agencies. • Increase case load through administrative efficiencies. • Increase locations accepting Community Service referrals. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Alternatives to Incarceration programs served 1,106 clients during 2012. • In 2012, ATI clients were assigned 39,272 hours of Community Service, of which 14,410.25 hours were completed; 3,248 hours of which were completed at the County Farm. • Over $17,218 in Restitution was provided to crime victims in 2012.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3170.400317 Expended Sub Program Law Enforcement Alternatives to Incarceration Services Center for Community Justice .4 A3170.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Alternatives to Incarceration Services: 68,400 68,400 68,400 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 61,560 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRAFFIC SAFETY A3311
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Traffic Safety Board is to formulate countywide traffic safety programs and coordinate efforts of interested parties and agencies engaged in traffic safety education. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County traffic safety program coordinates community traffic safety education efforts emphasizing activities with schools and existing community events. Education and awareness programs funded through a New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Grant focus on pedestrian safety, new and teen driving, bicycle safety, aging drivers, and aggressive and distracted driving. Through crash data analysis, the Traffic Safety Board recommends appropriate changes in rules, regulations and existing laws. OUTCOMES • Increase awareness of traffic safety issues and laws. • Reduce the number of personal injury/fatal crashes in Schenectady County. • Increase bicycle helmet use. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Reduce the number of pedestrian and bicycle injuries in Schenectady County. • Continue pedestrian public information/awareness campaign. • Increase traffic enforcement in collaboration with the seven law enforcement agencies in the county. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue the pedestrian safety education at the elementary school level to instill safe habits. Expand the Walking School Bus model where appropriate. • Continue bicycle safety programs integrated into schools, town recreation programs and community organizations with emphasis on the over 14-year old age group. • Promote helmet use through education and distribution with community organizations.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3311.409 Expended Sub Program Traffic Safety Traffic Safety Grant Postage .4 A3311.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Traffic Safety Grant: 64 64 64 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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STOP-D.W.I. A3315
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County STOP-D.W.I. Program is to coordinate local efforts to reduce alcohol and other drug-related traffic crashes, injuries, and fatalities through the creation and funding of programs that serve to enhance the deterrent effects of New York’s D.W.I. laws. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The STOP-D.W.I. Program is comprised of planning and administration, prosecution, probation, enforcement, rehabilitation/prevention, and public information and education. Included is the administration of the D.W.I. Victim Impact Panels, the Substance Abuse Awareness Program, TIPS Server Training, and the Safe Ride Home Taxi. The program is primarily funded by fines that are paid by people convicted of D.W.I. related offenses and additional program fees as appropriate. OUTCOMES • Reduce the number of impaired drivers on the roadways of Schenectady County. • Deter underage drinking through education and enforcement initiatives. • Increase awareness of impaired driving laws for the general public and target age groups. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Increase D.W.I. enforcement efforts including dedicated patrols and checkpoints during high incident time periods. • Increase the number of trainings for liquor licensees. • Decrease the number of impaired driving crashes. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Provide up-to-date training opportunities for all program components. • Maintain public information and education activities for all age categories.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3315.111 A3315.111 A3315.111 Expended Sub Program Traffic Safety STOP-DWI 01002 - Assistant District Attorney Allocation - District Attorney Total Regular Employees .1 A3315.415030 A3315.415133 A3315.429040 A3315.489 A3315.497002 A3315.498002 Total Personnel Services: 71,888 71,888 20,012 0 4,138 57,164 43,536 150 125,000 23,106 23,106 Total STOP-DWI: 219,994 59,184 12,601 71,785 71,785 18,319 56,980 7,500 83,929 43,536 2,400 212,664 32,260 32,260 316,709 59,184 12,601 71,785 71,785 18,319 0 7,500 74,200 43,536 2,400 145,955 32,260 32,260 250,000 59,184 12,601 71,785 71,785 28,719 0 7,500 64,700 43,536 1,500 145,955 32,260 32,260 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Planning and Administration STOP-DWI Crackdown Enforcement Project Public Information and Education Enforcement Probation Services STOP-DWI Special Projects .4 Total Contractual Expense:

A3315.800

Fringe Benefits .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A3315.000

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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT A3640, A3689
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Office of Emergency Management is to provide coordinated emergency planning, preparedness, response and mitigation to protect Schenectady County residents and visitors from natural, technological, or man-made emergencies. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Office of Emergency Management encompasses a number of different activities affecting myriad aspects of public safety in Schenectady County. These include: • Preparation, review, and maintenance of a wide assortment of emergency plans. • Risk analysis of potential disasters or large scale emergencies. • Maintenance of fire mutual aid plans, emergency medical services mass casualty response, responding to emergency scenes, supporting local fire chiefs and the County Hazardous Materials Team. • Monitoring and maintaining the County fire radio system. • Oversight of delivery of State certified training for volunteer fire and EMS personnel. • Advising the County Manager, local mayors and town supervisors on the scope and duration of ongoing or potential emergencies. • Serving as the direct contact with the State Office of Emergency Management (SOEM) for requesting additional State and Federal resources. • Helping coordinate volunteer units such as Schenectady County Auxiliary Police, Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service and others to support planning, response, and recovery during emergencies. • Serves as the County point of contact for the National Response Plan (NRP) and compliance with the National Incident Management System (NIMS). • Strengthening the fire service radio infrastructure, improving interoperability between all emergency responders and addressing FCC requirements. • Partnering with County agencies and local/private agencies to strengthen preparations and response to emergencies. OUTCOMES • Schenectady County residents will benefit from a coordinated, inter-agency response to disasters and other emergency events. • Citizens and responders will be better trained on emergency preparedness. • Communication between and among local fire, police, and EMS agencies will be enhanced through collaboration facilitated by Emergency Management. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Provide shelter sites with necessary equipment. • Train County staff at Emergency Operations Center. • Conduct tabletop, functional and full-scale exercises in collaboration with local, State and Federal agencies to test readiness for various emergency situations. • Successfully apply for new Homeland Security grants that enhance public safety in Schenectady County. • Review and update emergency plans as necessary. • Actively participate in regional planning groups such as the Urban Area Security Initiative and the Capital District Regional Haz-Mat team. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Implement E-Plan Tier II (SARA Title III) reporting capabilities through the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). • Support as necessary central dispatching for the fire service and law enforcement responders in Schenectady County. • Collaborate with County Engineering & Public Works and County Economic Development and Planning in providing hazard mitigation outreach and education to residents and businesses. • Partner with County Public Health to train community volunteers for service during emergencies and disasters.

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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT A3640, A3689
• • Expand the Special Needs Registry database and regularly check the database for accuracy. Continue transition to technology-based emergency preparedness plans and programs.

2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • The consolidated central dispatch study is in the process of being implemented. • Two 2013 Homeland Security grant applications were approved. Six previously adopted Homeland Security programs were closed out. • Emergency Operations Center/Call Center located at our Continuity of Government facility at Kellar Ave. has been enhanced with new technology and equipment. • Emergency Management staff has been involved in planning and implementing several Homeland Security exercises within the County and Capital Region. • In collaboration with Albany and Rensselaer Counties a Capital Region CART program was established and tested several times during exercises. • The Capital District Regional Hazmat Team consisting of Schenectady, Albany, Rensselaer, and Saratoga Counties continues to expand regional based drills and training exercises. • The Capital District Regional Hazmat Team consisting of Schenectady, Albany, Rensselaer, and Saratoga Counties is currently pursuing a regional confined space training program and rescue team.

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3640.111 A3640.111 A3640.111 A3640.111 A3640.112 Expended Sub Program Other Protection Emergency Management Services 01001-Director 03001-Deputy Director 04001-Fire Coordinator Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages .1 Total Personnel Services: 170,558 11,108 181,666 63,485 53,800 53,800 171,085 0 171,085 63,485 53,800 53,800 171,085 0 171,085 63,485 53,800 53,800 171,085 0 171,085 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3640.402 A3640.403 A3640.406 A3640.409 A3640.413 A3640.414 A3640.4150037 A3640.415036 A3640.415059 A3640.415136 A3640.415159 A3640.415161 A3640.415302 A3640.415357 A3640.415358 A3640.415359 A3640.415360 A3640.415362 A3640.415402 A3640.415459 Expended Sub Program Other Protection Emergency Management Services Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement EMS Training LEPC Grant Gilboa Dam Grant Fire Training Emergency Response Grant Volunteers Incentive Program Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) - 2009 State Homeland Security Program - 2007 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program - 2007 State Homeland Security Program - 2008 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program - 2008 Storm Related Cost - Hurricane Sandy Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) - 2010 State Homeland Security Program - 2009 9,941 12,702 4,624 199 810 574 650 2,267 0 0 0 3,631 41,892 16,915 5,140 9,540 7,677 445 64,600 109,525 10,500 15,000 5,476 200 750 400 650 6,409 2,000 600 4,881 4,000 0 0 0 15,172 0 0 22,400 5,169 11,000 10,400 10,500 200 750 600 600 6,500 0 700 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,000 10,400 10,500 200 750 600 600 6,500 0 600 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3640.415460 A3640.415461 A3640.415462 A3640.415463 A3640.415464 A3640.415466 A3640.415469 A3640.420 A3640.429 A3640.430 A3640.445 A3640.449 Expended Sub Program Other Protection Emergency Management Services State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program - 2009 State Homeland Security Program - 2010 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program- 2010 State Homeland Security Program -2011 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program - 2011 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program-2012 State Homeland Security Program-2012 Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training Other Supplies/Materials .4 A3640.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Emergency Management Services: 1,602 100,066 18,732 0 0 0 0 12,557 1,950 534 2,907 876 430,356 612,022 0 127,945 13,619 163,260 32,000 36,000 46,000 10,000 2,500 550 3,000 1,590 530,071 701,156 0 60,000 40,000 206,000 60,000 30,000 126,000 10,000 2,500 550 3,000 1,500 584,800 755,885 0 60,000 40,000 206,000 60,000 30,000 126,000 10,000 2,500 550 3,000 1,500 584,700 755,785 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A3689.400311 Expended Sub Program Other Protection Hazardous Materials Response City of Schenectady Haz-Mat .4 A3689.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Hazardous Materials Response: 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 5,758,833 1,820,597 3,477,534 11,056,964

05/01/2013 5,808,164 1,760,415 3,551,478 11,120,057

2014 5,255,939 1,737,564 3,579,083 10,572,586

2014 5,165,136 1,737,564 3,579,083 10,481,783

2014 0 0 0 0

A A A

4000 4200 4300

Public Health Narcotics Abuse Prevention & Assistance Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services TOTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

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2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Public Health A A A A A A A A A 4009 4012 4013 4015 4017 4045 4046 4059 4090 Public Health-Administration Preventive Services Women, Infant & Children Program (W.I.C.) Healthy Schenectady Families Clinics Children w/Special Needs Program Physically Handicapped Children Early Intervention Program Environmental Health Total Public Health: Narcotics Abuse Prevention & Assistance A 4230 Narcotics Addiction Control Services Total Narcotics Abuse Prevention & Assistance Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services A A A A 4310 4322 4324 4390 Community Services Administration Mental Health Services Mental Retardation/Developmental Disability Svc Court Ordered Hospital Placements Total Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services: TOTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 345,032 3,044,237 39,561 48,704 3,477,534 11,056,964 451,503 2,935,414 39,561 125,000 3,551,478 11,120,057 411,687 3,017,835 39,561 110,000 3,579,083 10,572,586 411,687 3,017,835 39,561 110,000 3,579,083 10,481,783 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,820,597 1,820,597 1,760,415 1,760,415 1,737,564 1,737,564 1,737,564 1,737,564 0 0 615,387 1,176,887 627,288 580,932 208,922 702,627 1,078 1,193,025 652,687 5,758,833 611,205 1,291,659 699,716 566,410 5 695,965 2,000 1,220,000 721,204 5,808,164 602,852 1,279,404 623,935 544,461 0 703,769 0 792,000 709,518 5,255,939 588,586 1,243,120 623,935 544,461 0 665,516 0 792,000 707,518 5,165,136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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PUBLIC HEALTH - ADMINISTRATION A4009
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Public Health Services is to prevent or reduce the transmission of human illness and injury, promote healthy behaviors, protect against environmental hazards and assure the quality and accessibility of health care for all segments of the community. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS The administrative component of the Public Health Services has overall management responsibility for the various units of Public Health Services. The administrative section provides the leadership for policy and initiatives emanating from the various units including grant proposals, the Community Health Assessment and the Community Health Improvement Plan associated with State Aid for Public Health reimbursement. The Administrative section of the budget contains the newly emerging area of chronic disease control. Staffing the administrative function includes: the Public Health Director, Medical Consultant, Accounting Supervisor, Fiscal team, Health Education Coordinator and Executive Secretary. OUTCOMES • Continue monitoring of unit activities for consistency with the mission. • Pursue all funding opportunities to support the mission including grants and contracts. • Continue internal educational sessions with staff and students. • Continue collaborations with community groups and schools to promote a well-informed population. • Improve quality and integration of all department operations. • Evaluate programs for effectiveness and impact. • Increase internal electronic communication while decreasing paper flow. • Continue cross programming between units of the department for efficiencies. • Autopsies will be reviewed as a quality assurance measure. • Support fellow County departments. • Strengthen ties with acute care practitioners and facilities. • Evaluate the Community Clinical Alliance with area health care provider(s) to assure client access to disease prevention services (STD/TB/Immunization). • Provide recognition for high performance employees. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Collaborate with local hospital(s), Health Care Providers and community organizations in the implementation of the 2013 Community Health Improvement Plan. • Continue to participate in the County Child Welfare Meetings. • Assure the Schenectady Lead Safe Housing grant performs on target. • Continue to host MPH students, Fellows and Preventive Medicine Residents. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to expand the Chronic Disease mission for the department. • Continue to develop the strategic plan for the department to cover the next five years. • Consolidation of internal department operations where possible to improve efficiencies.

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PUBLIC HEALTH - ADMINISTRATION A4009
2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Collaborate with local hospital(s) in developing the Community Health Assessment, Community Health Improvement Plan, and the Hospital’s Community Service Plan to be completed in 2013 -Provided leadership, guidance and staffing responses to Schenectady Coalition for a Healthy Community and U Matter Campaign. • Completed year 2 of the REACH grant - meeting all performance targets on time. -West Indian Diabetes Action Coalition formed and performing (REACH deliverable). • Continue to support the Strategic Alliance for Health program as it expands to new partners -2012 - Third cycle of SAH grants awarded and promoted. • Complete the Sodium Reduction Grant activities -Expanded the Sodium Reduction Grant activities -Target for recruitment of restaurants in Year 3 of this grant has been exceeded. -Target for Self - Assessment Restaurant Tool developed and tested. • Assure the Schenectady Lead Safe Housing grant performs on target -As of 3/2013 77 housing units in the City of Schenectady have been made lead safe. -Received federal HUD passing grades with more than 90% average compliance each quarter • Advance further recruitment for the YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program -YMCA staff has been included in various diabetes prevention activities. • Continue to host MPH students, fellows and Preventive Medicine Residents -As of 3/31/2013, 4 part-time students and 1 fulltime Fellow have contributed to agency health promotion activities. • Continue to strengthen ongoing relationship with the City School District -Agency works closely with schools on a variety of issues, including communicable disease outbreak mitigation, health, physical activity and nutrition. -Collaboration on grant applications and submissions • Continue relationship with HTH and Ellis Medicine through the Nurse Navigator activities -Nurse Navigator staff member continues to be integral to coordination between the community, the agency and Ellis hospital. • Received the Astra Zeneca Health Foundation grant in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension -One of ten new awards nationwide • Received numerous Honors - Schenectady ARC Partner of the Year - NACHHO Model Practice Award (Strategic Alliance for Health – Know Grow and Eat Your Vegetables with Schenectady ARC - REACH grant activities and findings presented at American Public Health Association National Convention - REACH Media Materials selected by CDC to be published on the CDC website - Participated in two Public Health Alive nationwide broadcasts - Participated in the CDC REACH educational video - nationwide • Continue to participate in the Schenectady Bridges Out of Poverty Program -Agency remains committed to Bridges out of Poverty philosophy.

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.111 A4009.119 Expended Sub Program Public Health Public Health-Administration Public Health Director 05001-Accounting Supv. - Grade A 09001-Executive Secretary II 11001-Financial Manager 13001-Public Health Education Coordinator 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Overtime .1 A4009.204 Total Personnel Services: 232,182 4,367 236,549 10,734 10,734 92,000 0 46,042 72,422 65,838 26,833 303,135 3,500 306,635 0 0 (1.0) 92,000 78,825 46,042 0 72,422 28,437 317,726 1,000 318,726 15,000 15,000 (1.0) 92,000 0 46,042 72,422 65,838 26,833 303,135 3,500 306,635 15,000 15,000 (1.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4009.402 A4009.403 A4009.405 A4009.406 A4009.409 A4009.413 A4009.414 A4009.415118 A4009.415119 A4009.415123 A4009.415129 A4009.415215 A4009.415230 A4009.417 A4009.419 A4009.429 A4009.429200 A4009.430 A4009.445 .4 A4009.000 Expended Sub Program Public Health Public Health-Administration Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Racial & Ethnic Approach to Comm Health Initiative Sodium Awareness Initiative NACHHO Grant CDC Strategic Alliance for Health Grant Diabetes Today Initiative Comprehensive Cancer Support Grant Interdepartmental Charges Data Processing/Tech.Svcs Chg. Professional Services Professional Services-Medical Director Office Supplies Education & Training Total Contractual Expense: Total Public Health-Administration: 111,093 24,511 3,745 271 141 5,572 50 65,264 39,130 5,271 50,050 2,265 0 7,696 49,956 1,245 0 111 1,733 368,104 615,387 62,900 25,000 5,700 400 0 6,100 900 0 6,577 323 0 0 51,500 16,000 51,000 8,650 65,000 20 4,500 304,570 611,205 73,800 24,560 5,800 500 0 6,200 1,000 0 0 1,191 0 0 0 16,000 60,000 9,100 65,000 0 5,975 269,126 602,852 73,800 24,560 5,800 400 0 6,200 900 0 0 1,191 0 0 0 16,000 60,000 8,100 65,000 0 5,000 266,951 588,586 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2012

Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

PUBLIC HEALTH – PATIENT AND PREVENTION SERVICES A4012, A4013, A4015, A4017
MISSION The mission of Schenectady County Public Health Services is to prevent or reduce the transmission of human illness and injury, promote healthy behaviors, protect against environmental hazards, and maintain personnel infrastructure necessary to address and assure the quality and accessibility of health care for all segments of the community. The Prevention and Patient Services unit carries out its mission through strategies including: maintaining a workforce able to respond promptly to imminent /urgent public health emergencies, community-wide surveillance for communicable disease incidence, assuring diagnosis and medical treatment for STDs, assuring vaccination against preventable disease, maintaining a competent, resilient public health workforce by offering staff training and educational opportunities, providing public education, promoting client empowerment, providing health care provider education, offering health education and guidance for all clients, case finding and referral to needed personal health and other supportive services, mobilizing community partners to identify and address community-wide health issues, seeking and requesting any additional sources of funding to support progress toward agency mission, and participating in Healthy Housing initiatives with other municipalities to reduce illness and promote health. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Licensed Home Care Services Agency-Article 36 • Maternal Child Health/Prevention o Provision of home visitation services for families of children with lead poisoning, consultation for community providers of maternal and child health services, and assessment of families at risk for child abuse and neglect. • Nurse/Children’s Service Project o A Public Health Nurse, in collaboration with DSS Children’s services, provides home visiting services to 20 high risk families referred by DSS. • DSS Nurse Liaison o On-site consultation and accompanied home visits with DSS caseworkers to evaluate health status issues for clients active with Children’s Services. Public Health/Prevention Programs • Healthy Schenectady Families o Long-term intensive home visiting services, based on an evidence-based model, provided to pregnant families or those with new babies to provide education and support. Visits are accomplished by paraprofessionals. • Child Find o Review of all birth affidavits for children born in Schenectady County, directly contacts all families with babies who have risk factors for delays in growth and development at birth, and determines the need for referral to Early Intervention, and/or Healthy Schenectady Families. • Childhood Lead Poisoning Program o All blood lead tests for children are received from the NYS Department of Health, and reviewed for elevated levels of lead which might require intervention. Nurse Coordinator manages child’s case to ensure that necessary follow-up blood tests are completed, and that all environments in which child is cared for are considered for environmental evaluation. • Lead Safe Neighborhood Program o Public Health Nurse assigned to Environmental Health unit performs environmental lead risk assessments of homes in target County zip codes. If lead hazards are present, landlord/owner is served with Notice and Demand to remediate the identified hazards. • Communicable Disease (CD) Investigation o Reports are investigated and contact is made with clients and health care providers to determine health status and identify exposed individuals in order to prevent secondary spread of infectious diseases. In addition, there is continuous surveillance of ongoing trends in local hospitals and schools. • Emergency Preparedness o Bioterrorism Preparedness Coordinator works in close collaboration with county Emergency Management Office to develop public health preparedness response plans required by the NYS Department of Health.

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PUBLIC HEALTH – PATIENT AND PREVENTION SERVICES A4012, A4013, A4015, A4017
Nurse Navigators o A unique, fully funded partnership with Ellis Hospital provides an opportunity for a Public Health Nurse to be assigned to work at Ellis. The nurse identifies patient health and social needs, performs case management activities and develops community programming. She acts as a liaison between the agency, community providers and the hospital to promote a variety of population-based community initiatives. • Senior Health Initiatives o A contract with the County’s Senior and Long Term Care Department enables a Public Health Nurse to provide health education sessions to elderly clients in various congregate community settings, such as meal sites. • Dental Outreach o A contract with Hometown Health Center provides two teams consisting of a dental hygienist and a dental assistant, who provide dental screening, fluoride and sealant application plus referrals for dental services to children in elementary schools. • Community Clinical Alliance o A new arrangement with an established community health care provider provides access to clinical diagnostic and treatment services for Sexually Transmitted Infections, Tuberculosis, and Immunizations. Diagnostic and Treatment Center- Article 28 Clinic • Community TB screening clinics o TB skin test screening is provided at various locations throughout the County where clients are at-risk for TB exposure; including congregatehomeless shelters and the City Mission. Screening is arranged for employees of community agencies who work with at-risk populations. • Outbreak prophylaxis clinics o Urgent response clinics for infectious disease outbreaks or exposures. • Blood Lead Testing o Required for children who are clients of the Lead Safe Housing program (HUD grant funded). PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Staff is sufficient to respond to public health initiatives and community emergencies- large and small. • Agency meets all public health preparedness requirements including response plan development, participation in drills and exercises, and participates in coordination of community health care provider response. • All babies born in Schenectady will be assessed for needed services-HSF, Child Find, and/or other community services intervention. • All children with lead levels >10 ug/dl are identified, medically treated for the condition, and all care environments for these children are to be “lead safe”. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to investigate and if appropriate, pursue new sources of funding which will promote population based health initiatives. • Help support the maintenance and or expansion of necessary preventive public health services. • Increase maternal and child access to educational and physical health improvement. • Promote breastfeeding as the preferred choice for newborns to improve health and reduce future obesity issues. • Monitor and evaluate the Community Clinical Partner arrangement. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Evaluated clinic services to determine the most efficient and cost-effective mechanism of service provision to meet community needs which resulted in the formation of a Clinical Partnership with local health care providers. •

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.111 A4012.112 A4012.119 Expended Sub Program Public Health Preventive Services 06005-Supervising Public Health Nurse (3) 07013-Public Health Nurse (11.5) 07014-Public Health Nurse II 09001-Principal Account Clerk 11001-Program Manager-H.S.F. 13002-Info. Proc. Spec. II 14001-Info. Proc. Spec. I 16001-Central Intake Coordinator 998-Longevity 999-Allocations Adjustment Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 1,012,440 4,808 5,940 1,023,188 204,098 661,340 62,319 46,042 65,838 39,919 34,939 46,042 71,681 (337,701) 2,600 897,117 48,800 7,000 952,917 204,098 661,340 62,319 46,042 65,838 39,919 34,939 48,344 81,723 (357,581) 2,600 889,581 61,782 7,000 958,363 204,098 661,340 62,319 46,042 65,838 39,919 34,939 46,042 81,723 (357,581) 2,600 887,279 42,800 7,000 937,079 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4012.402 A4012.403 A4012.405 A4012.406 A4012.409 A4012.413 A4012.414 A4012.415013 A4012.415017 A4012.415023 A4012.415094 A4012.415113 A4012.415127 A4012.415131 A4012.415132 A4012.415197 A4012.429 A4012.430 A4012.434 A4012.440 Expended Sub Program Public Health Preventive Services Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Aging Title III-F Program Immunization Services Grant HIV Reporting/Partner Notification/Law Grant Bioterrorism Grant/Cities Readiness Initiative Eat Healthy NY Cities Readiness Initiative Lead Hazard Reduction Demo Grant Child Lead Poisoning Preventive Program Various - OHS Grant Professional Services Office Supplies Laboratory Fees Pharmaceuticals 0 2,592 9,070 5,996 3,277 286 4,600 1,812 0 0 3,289 54,628 412 10,086 428 20,072 35,250 1,741 0 0 360 6,500 19,300 6,000 4,000 325 6,000 700 6,703 5,530 1,643 54,628 744 44,218 5,526 20,000 139,950 6,040 0 7,825 0 6,500 19,300 6,400 3,350 325 6,500 100 5,011 4,101 3,357 54,628 0 40,216 803 0 146,750 6,000 1,000 13,950 0 6,500 19,300 6,400 3,350 325 6,500 100 5,011 4,101 3,357 54,628 0 40,216 803 0 131,750 6,000 1,000 13,950 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4012.445 A4012.490 Expended Sub Program Public Health Preventive Services Education & Training Medical & Educational Supplies .4 A4012.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Preventive Services: 110 50 153,699 1,176,887 750 2,000 338,742 1,291,659 750 2,000 321,041 1,279,404 750 2,000 306,041 1,243,120 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4013.429050 Expended Sub Program Public Health Women, Infant & Children Program (W.I.C.) W.I.C. Program .4 A4013.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Women, Infant & Children Program (W.I.C.): 627,288 627,288 627,288 699,716 699,716 699,716 623,935 623,935 623,935 623,935 623,935 623,935 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4015.111 A4015.111 Expended Sub Program Public Health Healthy Schenectady Families 996-Allocation Total Regular Employees .1 A4015.402 A4015.403 A4015.405 A4015.406 A4015.409 A4015.413 A4015.414 A4015.429 A4015.430 A4015.445 A4015.490 Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training Medical & Educational Supplies .4 A4015.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Healthy Schenectady Families: Total Personnel Services: 284,857 284,857 14,524 6,397 2,269 3,790 58 1,075 1,622 257,352 907 4,676 3,405 296,075 580,932 267,758 267,758 267,758 17,000 4,160 4,100 2,300 250 1,100 1,270 255,649 1,308 7,765 3,750 298,652 566,410 263,915 263,915 263,915 17,000 7,000 4,600 3,800 1,000 1,150 1,600 223,496 2,900 4,250 13,750 280,546 544,461 263,915 263,915 263,915 17,000 7,000 4,600 3,800 1,000 1,150 1,600 223,496 2,900 4,250 13,750 280,546 544,461 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4017.111 A4017.111 Expended Sub Program Public Health Clinics 999-Allocations Total Regular Employees .1 A4017.403 A4017.405 A4017.406 A4017.409 A4017.414 A4017.415017 A4017.415023 A4017.429 A4017.430 A4017.434 A4017.440 A4017.445 A4017.490 Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Mileage Reimbursement Immunization Services Grant HIV Reporting/Partner Notification/Law Grant Professional Services Office Supplies Laboratory Fees Pharmaceuticals Education & Training Medical/Educational Supplies .4 A4017.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Clinics: Total Personnel Services: 142,707 142,707 1,213 1,830 310 15 1,310 1,677 1,256 35,906 264 1,741 18,866 40 1,787 66,215 208,922 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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PUBLIC HEALTH – CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS A4045, A4046, A4059
MISSION The mission of Schenectady County Public Health Services is to prevent or reduce the transmission of human illness and injury, promote healthy behaviors, protect against environmental hazards and assure the quality and accessibility of health care for all segments of the community. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Children with Special Needs (CWSN) program assures that Schenectady County’s physically, medically, and/or developmentally disabled children aged birth to five years and their families are provided with opportunities to access assessment, diagnostic, medical, therapeutic, and educational services. CWSN works closely with state approved providers comprised of 13 agencies and 40 independent providers and collaborates with local and state level stakeholders, providers, school districts, agencies and other County departments. The Schenectady County CWSN Program administers four distinct programs: • The Early Intervention (EI) Program provides developmental evaluations for infants and toddlers birth to three years old suspected of having a developmental delay and provides services for children eligible due to delay or confirmed medical diagnosis. • The Special Education Program serves children ages three to five who are approved by their local school district’s Committee on Preschool Special Education. • The Physically Handicapped Children's Program provides certain dental/orthodontic services and medical (hearing aids and batteries) equipment based on financial eligibility and County residency. Parent co-pays are based on a sliding fee scale based upon the federal poverty level. • The Children with Special Health Care Needs Program utilizes a referral-linkage system to provide assistance for children birth to 21 years old with serious chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions. OUTCOMES • All eligible children in Schenectady County will receive quality services using best practice service intervention models. • Improve services for infants, young children, families experiencing mental health issues by expanding collaborations with other agencies. • Maximize all possible reimbursement mechanisms for approved services. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Development of efficiencies with transportation attendance with vendors and new consultant. • Ensure our providers are well trained to conduct their roles and responsibilities, including: disseminating memorandums, policies, and procedures by maximizing the use of County website to post communication, webinars, forms and provider handbook/information. • Implement new Service Coordinator Tool Kit. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Increase Ongoing Service Coordination options with outsourced Early Intervention Providers. • Continue to participate in all meetings and trainings presented by NYS DOH and NYS Education Department. • Continue to collaborate with other counties on pertinent issues. • Continue to evaluate the realignment of job duties and work assignments to complete all necessary functions in a timely manner despite less staff. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Schenectady County Early Intervention Program received another stellar report card, with no findings or violations of EI regulations and all goals achieved. • Launched EI changes with NYSDOH, implemented changes in contracting, billing and insurance reimbursement defaulting to the state via a new fiscal agent. • Closed the PHCP program, last clients received final orthodontic appointments in 2013. • Major reorganization of department, file room and office space.

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.111 A4045.112 A4045.119 Expended Sub Program Public Health Children w/Special Needs Program 01001-Director 03001-Early Education Specialist 05003-Early Intervention Care Coordinator (2) 07001-IPS III (2) 09001-Principal Account Clerk 12001-Senior Clerk 12002-IPS I 13001-Public Health Social Worker 998-Longevity 997 - Allocation Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 609,656 16,157 19 625,832 68,086 69,488 117,352 92,084 46,042 38,129 0 65,838 28,951 69,943 595,913 16,967 300 613,180 (1.0) 73,580 69,488 117,352 92,084 46,042 0 29,759 65,838 25,543 93,666 613,352 16,967 100 630,419 (1.0) 68,086 69,488 117,352 92,084 46,042 0 0 65,838 25,543 93,666 578,099 16,967 100 595,166 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4045.403 A4045.405 A4045.406 A4045.409 A4045.413 A4045.414 A4045.415114 A4045.420 A4045.429 A4045.430 A4045.445 Expended Sub Program Public Health Children w/Special Needs Program Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Child Find Grant Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A4045.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Children w/Special Needs Program: 1,256 2,254 2,899 4,043 153 1,860 26,000 2,336 31,500 3,744 750 76,795 702,627 1,450 4,100 2,500 4,000 100 2,500 24,571 3,500 34,170 5,144 750 82,785 695,965 1,450 4,600 2,500 3,900 150 2,500 26,000 3,500 21,250 4,500 3,000 73,350 703,769 1,450 4,600 2,500 3,900 150 2,500 26,000 3,500 19,250 4,000 2,500 70,350 665,516 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4046.429 Expended Sub Program Public Health Physically Handicapped Children Professional Services .4 A4046.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Physically Handicapped Children: 1,078 1,078 1,078 2,000 2,000 2,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4059.481 Expended Sub Program Public Health Early Intervention Program Early Intervention Program .4 A4059.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Early Intervention Program: 1,193,025 1,193,025 1,193,025 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 792,000 792,000 792,000 792,000 792,000 792,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH A4090
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Public Health Services is to prevent or reduce the transmission of human illness and injury, promote healthy behaviors, protect against environmental hazards and assure the quality and accessibility of health care for all segments of the community. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS The Environmental Health Unit fulfills the mission of Public Health Services through coordinated response strategies including inspection, surveillance, industry and public education, and partnerships with the NYS Department of Health and the overall health care community. Environmental Health administers numerous programs designed to protect public health through the enforcement of State and local laws and sanitary codes. Individual programs monitor food service establishments, public water supplies, swimming pools and bathing beaches, camping facilities, temporary residences (hotels and motels), body art establishments, mobile home parks, schools and day care facilities, and septic systems. Other departmental grant programs include lead poisoning prevention, healthy neighborhoods, tobacco control, and rabies control. OUTCOMES • The health of County residents and visitors will be protected and improved through timely inspections of all permitted health department facilities including food service establishments, public water supplies, temporary residences, children’s camps, swimming facilities, mobile home parks, and body art facilities. Programs will focus on employing prevention interventions prior to sustaining illness or injury. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Work with the City of Schenectady and property owners to repair lead-based paint problems in 100 residential units within the target zip code areas. • Food service establishments will be prioritized into high, medium and low risk facilities based upon type and quantity of food served and compliance history. High risk facilities will be inspected two times per year; medium risk facilities one time per year and low risk facilities once every two years. Total yearly inspections are approximately 550 permanent facilities and 200 mobile and temporary food vendors. • All 45 public water supplies will have a sanitary survey performed. Water sampling will be done quarterly at community water systems serving a population of over 1,000 and annually at community water system serving a population under 1,000. • Swimming facilities will be inspected quarterly for year round facilities and as needed at seasonal facilities, resulting in approximately 75 inspections. • Children’s camps will be inspected two times per year, one pre-season and one operational inspection as per NYS code requirements, resulting in 36 total inspections for 18 camp facilities. • School food services will be inspected two times per year as per Federal funding requirements for school lunch programs resulting in 120 County inspections. • Temporary residences and tattoo/body piercing establishments will be inspected at least once per year or as complaints are received. • The Healthy Neighborhood program will complete 150 total home environmental assessments (113 initial and 37 re-visits), contingent on grant funding. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • To improve customer service to Schenectady County residents, provide timely electronic responses for inspection results, foils and test results by expanding the use of e-mails and the County website. • To provide primary lead prevention activities, including testing and possibly remediation, within defined high lead contaminated areas by working with Prevention Unit staff, the Healthy Neighborhood grant program, and the Schenectady City Code Enforcement office. This initiative would protect young children from hazardous lead-containing housing before illness results, resulting in 50 residential units being made lead-safe. • To provide a continuum of lead poisoning services by partnering with other Governmental agencies and CBOs from identification of lead hazards through remediation and clearance. Environmental Health will continue to work closely with the City of Schenectady on their 3.2 million dollar HUD grant, with 75% revenue reimbursement for one staff member involved in the HUD grant.

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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH A4090
2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS – figures provided reflect the most recent full year of data 2012 performance target 2 insps/year – high risk 1 insp/year – med risk 1 insp biennial - low risk 2012 performance measure # of estimated inspections ~550 insps/year # of 2012 inspections completed 542 % of performance target complete 98.5%

Number of 2012 facilities 496 High risk – 120 Medium risk – 244 Low Risk - 132

comments

Food service

Inspections increased due to addition of a public health technician

Water supplies

1 insp/year 2 insps/year – year round As needed - seasonal 1 pre season/year 1 operational/year 1 insp/year 2 insps/year 250 visits/year 1 insp/year 1 insps/year (reinsps as needed) evaluation of nonconventional system & failures

44

~44 insps/year

10

N/A

Swimming facilities Children’s camps Temporary Residences School inspections Healthy Neighborhood Tattoo/Body Piercing

48 18 16 50 –schools 10 – college facilities n/a 19 - Permanent shops 47 - Artists

~75 36 16 ~120 250 visits (200 initals + 50 revisits) ~66

84 43 17 132 250 75

112% 119% 106% 110% 100% 113%

Working on NYS fiscal year – not complete year of data Includes seven re-inspections Includes three reinspections Includes two re-inspections

Grant goals accomplished One re-inspection completed Figures include 12 adult only compliance checks Includes 1 complaints

Tobacco Control Programs

182

182

269

148%

Waste water (septic)

n/a

~50-75

81

108%-162%

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.111 A4090.112 A4090.119 Expended Sub Program Public Health Environmental Health 01001-Director 03002-Sr. Public Health Sanitarian 04002-Public Health Sanitarian (2) 06001-Sr. Public Health Technician 05001-Public Health Technician 07001-Senior Account Clerk-Typist 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 408,826 22,738 47 431,611 78,825 72,422 110,625 47,596 38,511 41,821 35,430 425,230 22,020 500 447,750 78,825 72,422 112,364 49,137 39,838 41,821 37,169 431,576 22,020 0 453,596 78,825 72,422 112,364 49,137 39,838 41,821 37,169 431,576 22,020 0 453,596 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4090.403 A4090.405 A4090.406 A4090.409 A4090.413 A4090.415009 A4090.415093 A4090.415096 A4090.415128 A4090.420 A4090.429 A4090.430 A4090.445 A4090.491 Expended Sub Program Public Health Environmental Health Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Water Quality Program A.T.U.P.A. Grant Healthy Neighborhoods Grant Lead Paint Pilot Grant Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training Technical Supplies .4 A4090.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Environmental Health: 5,513 5,132 381 1,914 221 6,074 8,559 44,327 124,788 14,703 8,327 363 580 194 221,076 652,687 5,400 11,300 1,000 2,500 300 2,120 22,211 44,011 160,612 7,000 13,500 2,000 1,000 500 273,454 721,204 4,500 12,100 1,000 2,400 250 4,000 16,392 46,353 146,427 6,000 13,500 1,500 1,000 500 255,922 709,518 4,500 12,100 1,000 2,400 250 4,000 16,392 46,353 146,427 6,000 11,500 1,500 1,000 500 253,922 707,518 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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COMMUNITY SERVICES A4230, A4310, A4322, A4324, A4390
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Office of Community Services (OCS) is to ensure that community members requiring behavioral health treatment and/or support services can access the necessary tools/services to support recovery across the disability groups of mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Office of Community Services is responsible under Article 41 of the New York State Mental Hygiene Law to plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and provide (by contractual arrangement) a wide array of community-based mental hygiene programs for mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse. The Office of Community Services helps residents access County behavioral health services through cross-system collaboration, an integrated treatment philosophy, and a “no wrong door” approach to engaging in treatment. The methods OCS utilizes are: • Single Point of Access (SPOA) for clients requesting licensed mental health housing and/or case management services. • Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT), also known as Kendra’s Law, for identified individuals with mental illness unlikely to survive safely in the community without supervision, to provide court mandated treatment and enhanced services. • Development of a Dual Recovery Task Force and the provision of evidence-based services for persons with co-occurring addictive and psychiatric illnesses. • Coordinating competency evaluations of persons charged with a crime and identified by the courts as not being able to assist with their own defense, understand the charges against them, or able to understand the court process. • Serving as the central intake unit for all pre-sentenced jail inmates requiring mental health treatment in a State-operated forensic psychiatric center. • Planning a comprehensive array of services and seeking community involvement through an array of forums and committees which includes a Dual Recovery Task Force, Peer Advisory Board, Executive Leadership Committee, as well as other community forums and committees. • The office also provides support services to County departments in times of trauma or tragic occurrences. • Review all 9.46 Safe Act submissions for Schenectady County Residents OUTCOMES • Schenectady County residents will have access to behavioral health treatment and support services to ensure recovery. • Improve collaboration across systems in order to improve the quality of client care. • Increase participation in the community planning process. • Improve and increase the mental health and substance abuse systems’ capacity and competency to serve dually-diagnosed individuals: all licensed agencies will have dual diagnoses treatment capacity. • Improve coordination of services between primary and behavioral health care. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Hold three community forums for the disability groups served by the Office of Community Services. • Review 100% of all Safe Act submissions on Schenectady County Residents. • Provide Trauma Informed Care training as a best practice to a minimum of fifty participants. • Hold a minimum of three trainings on Motivational Interviewing as an evidence based practice. • Ninety percent of individuals referred to Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT, Kendra’s Law) will be successfully linked to behavioral health services, or to a court-ordered treatment plan designed to monitor and assure their success and safety in the community. • Submit plan and analyses of local service needs to State agencies via integrated planning process. .

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COMMUNITY SERVICES A4230, A4310, A4322, A4324, A4390
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue Child Protective Services/Mental Health/Substance Abuse Collaboration to improve outcomes, establish closer linkages and facilitate information sharing between agencies providing services to parents and children within child protective services who are identified as having mental health and/or substance abuse problems. • Continue to expand Dual Recovery (Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted) capacity through projects and initiatives which include: o Executive Leadership Committee – Executive and senior administrators of licensed mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability agencies plan for the provision and expansion of dual recovery and cross-systems capacity. o Dual Recovery Task Force – Diverse stakeholders from the community engage in case-conferencing and problem solving within and between systems. • Implement a community education campaign to provide stakeholders with information on available community-based and residential services, eligibility criteria and access protocol. • Plan and collaborate with key stakeholders on the implementation of NYS behavioral health Medicaid redesign plans. • Improve linkages between behavioral health and primary health care providers through cross-systems collaboration, information sharing and education. • Solicit additional family and consumer input into planning process via committee membership, participation in community forums and other methods. • Provide training and implementation information to agencies and community members on Trauma Informed Care as a best practice. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Held community forum for peers/consumers with past or present mental health and/or addiction treatment. • Held three community education programs related to mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities. • Educated child welfare and juvenile justice staff on available community resources amongst the disability groups served by OCS. • Ninety percent of individuals referred to Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT, Kendra’s Law) were successfully linked to behavioral health services, or to a court-ordered treatment plan designed to monitor and assure their success and safety in the community. • Worked with Schenectady County Community College to develop community-based capacity to respond and provide support after traumatic incidents. • Hosted “World Café” planning events for three disability groups –mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities. • Hosted a “Kick Off” Trauma Informed Care training in collaboration with SAMHSA in June 2012 which was attended by over 350 participants. • Established collaborative training with Schenectady City Fire Department on mental health and fire safety. • Provided Psychological First Aid and Trauma Response to a number of community incidents including response to suicide and fires. • Expanded PEER advisory board which fosters peer/consumer leadership and input into local planning. • Collaborated with the Department of Social Services and the Department of Probation in the development of innovative child serving programs. • Initiated re-design and planning process for adult Single Point of Access (SPOA) to mental health housing and case management systems.

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4230.400440 A4230.400450 A4230.400451 A4230.400452 A4230.400600 A4230.400601 A4230.400603 Expended Sub Program Narcotics Abuse Prevention & Assistance Narcotics Addiction Control Services Bridge Center New Choices - Purcell House New Choices - Perrin House New Choices - Smith House Case Management Services Treatment Services School Based - Prevention Services .4 A4230.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Narcotics Addiction Control Services: 294,926 216,437 188,416 217,440 168,207 229,626 505,545 1,820,597 1,820,597 234,743 216,437 188,416 217,440 168,207 229,626 505,546 1,760,415 1,760,415 240,463 216,437 188,416 217,440 182,658 186,604 505,546 1,737,564 1,737,564 240,463 216,437 188,416 217,440 182,658 186,604 505,546 1,737,564 1,737,564 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.111 A4310.112 A4310.119 Expended Sub Program Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services Community Services Administration 01001-Director-Community Services 02001-Substance Abuse Serv. Coord. 06001-C.S.S. Coordinator 07001-Information Proc. Spec. I 09001-E.A.P. Specialist 10001-Coordinator (S.P.O.E.) 11001-Behavioral Health Systems Administrator 997-Longevity 998-Allocation Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 Total Personnel Services: 244,159 25,708 192 270,059 86,772 51,450 62,415 34,939 50,678 54,166 0 11,203 (10,745) 340,878 25,912 200 366,990 (1.0) (1.0) 86,772 0 0 34,939 50,678 41,708 82,000 11,203 (10,745) 296,555 25,912 200 322,667 (1.0) 86,772 0 0 34,939 50,678 41,708 82,000 11,203 (10,745) 296,555 25,912 200 322,667 (1.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4310.402 A4310.403 A4310.406 A4310.409 A4310.413 A4310.414 A4310.4151431 A4310.429 A4310.430 Expended Sub Program Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services Community Services Administration Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Employee Assistance Program Professional Services Office Supplies .4 A4310.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Community Services Administration: 37,651 4,434 1,268 188 3,997 1,561 535 24,533 786 74,973 345,032 37,850 5,500 1,450 175 4,117 1,003 560 33,108 750 84,513 451,503 37,850 5,300 1,450 250 4,240 1,120 560 37,500 750 89,020 411,687 37,850 5,300 1,450 250 4,240 1,120 560 37,500 750 89,020 411,687 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4322.400600 A4322.400604 A4322.400605 A4322.400606 A4322.400607 A4322.400608 A4322.400610 A4322.400611 Expended Sub Program Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services Mental Health Services Case Management/Jail Treatment Services Residential Services - Adults Vocational Services - Adults Community Support Programs - Adults Case Management Services - Children & Youth Treatment Services - Children & Youth Vocational Services - Children & Youth Community Support Services - Children & Youth .4 A4322.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Mental Health Services: 1,368,406 895,286 351,424 114,442 143,885 60,000 69,871 40,923 3,044,237 3,044,237 1,182,903 949,418 382,880 105,533 130,421 60,000 69,871 54,388 2,935,414 2,935,414 882,787 1,057,683 281,962 480,724 127,849 60,000 69,871 56,959 3,017,835 3,017,835 882,787 1,057,683 281,962 480,724 127,849 60,000 69,871 56,959 3,017,835 3,017,835 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4324.400604 A4324.400605 Expended Sub Program Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services Mental Retardation/Developmental Disability Svc Center for Disability - Residential Services Schenectady ARC - Vocational Services .4 A4324.000 Total Contractual Expense: 27,983 11,578 39,561 39,561 27,983 11,578 39,561 39,561 27,983 11,578 39,561 39,561 27,983 11,578 39,561 39,561 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Total Mental Retardation/Developmental Disability Svc:

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HEALTH PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A4390.400499 Expended Sub Program Mental Health/Drug Abuse Services Court Ordered Hospital Placements Contract & Court Ordered Services .4 A4390.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Court Ordered Hospital Placements: 48,704 48,704 48,704 125,000 125,000 125,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 901,607 7,434,430 4,388,400 12,724,437

05/01/2013 932,266 8,228,425 5,429,368 14,590,059

2014 939,742 8,659,334 5,117,053 14,716,129

2014 922,242 8,622,136 5,083,303 14,627,681

2014 0 0 0 0

A D E

5600 5701 5702

Public Transportation County Road Fund Road Machinery Fund TOTAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Public Transportation A A 5610 5630 Aviation Mass Transit Total Public Transportation: County Road Fund D D D D D D D 3301 5010 5110 5112 5142 5144 9198 Traffic Control Road & Highway Administration Roads & Bridges - Maintenance Road Construction (CHIPS) County Snow & Ice Control State Snow & Ice Control Employee Benefits-D Fund Total County Road Fund: Road Machinery Fund E E E 5130 5190 9199 Highways Highway Stockpile Employee Benefits-E Fund Total Road Machinery Fund: TOTAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM 3,099,839 603,912 684,649 4,388,400 12,724,437 3,546,318 1,089,050 794,000 5,429,368 14,590,059 3,397,053 830,000 890,000 5,117,053 14,716,129 3,363,303 830,000 890,000 5,083,303 14,627,681 0 0 0 0 0 270,907 257,077 2,078,365 1,378,904 1,278,097 444,742 1,726,338 7,434,430 264,630 263,251 2,244,500 1,378,904 1,539,559 667,341 1,870,240 8,228,425 321,134 275,312 1,890,114 1,845,674 1,572,840 807,260 1,947,000 8,659,334 297,000 265,312 1,887,050 1,845,674 1,572,840 807,260 1,947,000 8,622,136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 585,302 316,305 901,607 615,961 316,305 932,266 623,437 316,305 939,742 605,937 316,305 922,242 0 0 0

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AVIATION A5610
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Aviation is to provide a safe and efficient general aviation facility for use by County residents, businesses and the military, ultimately providing a goal to attract economic development in the area. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Aviation Department supervises the Airport Control Tower, and leases with the 109th Air National Guard, Empire State Aerosciences Museum, fixed base operators, and the Military Reserve Center. The Airport provides services for the landing and take-off of more than 8,400 military and 48,000 civilian operations annually. There are 140 airplanes, jets, helicopters and military transports based at the Schenectady County Airport. OUTCOMES • Economic development in Schenectady County will increase due to the availability of a safe, convenient and affordable County Airport that is accessible to the business community, government entities, and the general public. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Work in partnership with Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and/or private entities to construct a 20,000 sq. ft. jet pod hangar. • Continue implementation of ACIP with FAA approval. • Complete construction of Airport perimeter fence upgrade to control hazardous wildlife. • Complete Runway 10-28 rehabilitation and edge lighting upgrade (design). • Complete updated Airport Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan. • Complete obstruction removal at Runway 10 and Runway 4 per FAA flight check. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Seek Federal Aviation Administration and New York State Department of Transportation grants to improve the safe and efficient operation of the Airport. • With SCCC, continue the Air Traffic Control training program enabling Schenectady County to receive FAA grants to upgrade the control tower. • Work with the current FBO to aggressively pursue corporate jet activity by marketing Schenectady Airport’s assets. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012-2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Completed Control Tower high efficiency air conditioning upgrade to the tower cab and equipment room. • Completed Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) installation. • The centerline of the Airport’s primary runway was repainted to meet FAA requirements. • Continued to implement USDA wildlife management procedures to greatly reduce the likelihood of bird of wildlife strikes by aircraft arriving at or department the airport. • Completed design of FBO apron rehabilitation. • Installed newly acquired digital voice recorder to meet FAA requirements. • Complete Fortitech Road/Tower Road Extension. • Complete rehabilitation of the FBO apron. • Complete Tower upgrade (interior). • Complete sewer line installation from Route 50 to Airport. • Repaint the primary runway edge lines and taxiway tie-in lines to meet FAA standards. • Complete contract negotiation for Richmor Aviation lease.
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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.111 A5610.112 A5610.119 Expended Sub Program Public Transportation Aviation 03001-Airport Operations Coordinator 05004-Air Traffic Controller (4) 994-Shift Differential/ Holidays 998-Longevity 999-Allocation From E.P.W. 999-Allocation From Economic Dev. & Planning Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A5610.204 Total Personnel Services: 406,766 39,975 1,715 448,456 19,957 19,957 73,474 224,728 42,000 13,901 45,820 15,200 415,123 46,000 5,000 466,123 14,398 14,398 73,474 224,728 42,000 15,640 45,820 15,200 416,862 50,000 5,000 471,862 1,000 1,000 73,474 224,728 42,000 15,640 45,820 15,200 416,862 46,000 3,500 466,362 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A5610.402 A5610.403 A5610.406 A5610.412 A5610.413 A5610.415110 A5610.420 A5610.429 A5610.430 A5610.460 Expended Sub Program Public Transportation Aviation Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Maintenance Services Dues & Subscriptions Runway Maintenance Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Bldg Repairs & Materials .4 A5610.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Aviation: 2,500 33,701 10,726 1,116 0 41,053 26,171 480 656 486 116,889 585,302 2,575 42,000 17,465 1,250 500 38,900 24,500 1,000 750 6,500 135,440 615,961 2,575 42,000 16,500 1,250 500 55,000 24,500 1,000 750 6,500 150,575 623,437 2,575 42,000 16,500 1,250 500 45,000 24,500 1,000 750 4,500 138,575 605,937 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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MASS TRANSIT A5630
DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) This account provides for appropriations to support the Capital District’s mass transit system (CDTA). The appropriation reflects Schenectady County’s contribution as established by New York State Statute.

TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures
Sub Program Code
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Sub Program
_______________________________________

Expended 2012
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Budget as Modified 5/1/2013
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Departmental Request 2014
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Manager Recommended 2014
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Adopted 2014
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Sub-Program – ElementA5630.497003

Public Transportation Mass Transit
Bus Operations 316,305 316,305 316,305 316,305 0

.4

Total Contractual Expense:

316,305

316,305

316,305

316,305

0

A5630.000

Total Mass Transit:

316,305

316,305

316,305

316,305

0

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COUNTY ROAD FUND D FUND
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Public Works County Road Fund is to provide on-going maintenance activities to ensure safe transportation systems for our residents. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Public Works conducts on-going maintenance activities to maintain smooth road surfaces with pothole repair, crack filling and shoulder edge repair. Right-of-way areas are mowed for brush and grass and dead trees are removed or trimmed as needed. Roadway water run-off is maintained through systematic culvert and ditch cleaning, and snow and ice control is performed with a 24 hour snow watch maintained from December through March. OUTCOMES • 438 lane miles of Schenectady County roads and 6.1 miles of Town of Princetown system will be maintained, including snow and ice control. • Snow and ice control will be performed on 223 miles of State highway. • 32 miles of County roads will receive preventive maintenance. • 23 miles of County roads will receive surface treatment. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Continue to maintain GASB Road Rating of 3.0 or higher. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Reconstruction of Air Guard Road using $1M in Military Funds and utilizing County staff. • Construction of an access road and hanger pad sites at the County Airport utilizing County staff. • Federal Aid Preservation Program Highway projects implemented during 2014/15 utilizing County staff. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • The Department implemented a seasonal staffing schedule for snow and ice utilizing temporary employees to augment attrited staff. • Established two 24-hours per day, seven days per week shifts for snow and ice control including mandatory attendance. • Completed the Shared Services Planning Grant. • The Schenectady County road rating for 2012 was 3.67, above the GASB average of 3.0. • The number of resident requests for work continues to be stable as a result of the Department’s emphasis on preventive maintenance (Chart A). • A total of zero defective road condition claims were filed against the County during 2012. • Department of Public Works employees produced $1.36 in value for each $1.00 expended by the County during 2012. Productivity is measured by benchmarking the current unit cost for private sector workers (NYS Department of Transportation bids) against Public Works employees’ daily accomplishments, as reflected in the Department of Public Works’ Cost Accounting System (Chart B).

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COUNTY ROAD FUND D FUND

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE CHART "A" MILES OF ROAD 80 60 40 20 0
2004 2005 2006 2007
YEAR

64.45 42.16 40.3 46.76 37.86 43.37 11.68
2008 2009 2010 2011

45.52

54.83

2012

PERCENT EFFICIENCY

STAFF EFFICIENCY VS THE PRIVATE SECTOR BENCHMARK CHART "B" 200 153.1 152.9 136.6 131.8 126.4 150 124.9 124.18 100 50 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEAR 2010 2011 2012

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D3310.403 D3310.406002 D3310.449 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund Traffic Control Highway Lighting Maintenance Agreements Other Supplies/Materials .4 D3310.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Traffic Control: 120,153 0 150,754 270,907 270,907 124,630 0 140,000 264,630 264,630 140,000 7,000 174,134 321,134 321,134 140,000 7,000 150,000 297,000 297,000 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D5010.111 D5010.111 D5010.111 D5010.111 D5010.119 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund Road & Highway Administration 02001-Sr. Road Maintenance Supv. 04002-Road Maintenance Supervisor (2) 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Overtime .1 D5010.430 Total Personnel Services: 225,172 30,254 255,426 1,651 1,651 257,077 69,488 125,493 31,470 226,451 35,000 261,451 1,800 1,800 263,251 69,488 127,554 31,470 228,512 45,000 273,512 1,800 1,800 275,312 69,488 127,554 31,470 228,512 35,000 263,512 1,800 1,800 265,312 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office Supplies .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Road & Highway Administration:

D5010.000

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D5110.112 D5110.119 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund Roads & Bridges - Maintenance Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 D5110.402002 D5110.429071 D5110.429100 D5110.441001 D5110.447 D5110.460002 Total Personnel Services: 1,484,897 22,677 1,507,574 378,092 35,224 15,559 10,491 3,775 127,650 Total Contractual Expense: Total Roads & Bridges - Maintenance: 570,791 2,078,365 1,292,000 15,000 1,307,000 705,000 42,500 12,000 9,000 4,000 165,000 937,500 2,244,500 955,000 25,000 980,000 675,000 45,564 12,000 8,550 4,000 165,000 910,114 1,890,114 955,000 25,000 980,000 675,000 42,500 12,000 8,550 4,000 165,000 907,050 1,887,050 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Equipment Rental - County Other Professional Services Tree Removal Uniform Allowance Small Tools & Implements Materials .4

D5110.000

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D5112.900 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund Road Construction (CHIPS) Interfund Transfers .9 D5112.000 Total Transfers: Total Road Construction (CHIPS): 1,378,904 1,378,904 1,378,904 1,378,904 1,378,904 1,378,904 1,845,674 1,845,674 1,845,674 1,845,674 1,845,674 1,845,674 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D5142.112 D5142.119 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund County Snow & Ice Control Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 D5142.402002 D5142.405 D5142.460002 Equipment Insurance Materials .4 D5142.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total County Snow & Ice Control: Total Personnel Services: 430,019 79,137 509,156 385,745 14,000 369,196 768,941 1,278,097 370,000 108,150 478,150 495,000 14,700 551,709 1,061,409 1,539,559 370,000 100,000 470,000 525,000 15,700 562,140 1,102,840 1,572,840 370,000 100,000 470,000 525,000 15,700 562,140 1,102,840 1,572,840 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D5144.112 D5144.119 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund State Snow & Ice Control Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 D5144.402002 D5144.405 D5144.460002 Equipment Insurance Materials .4 D5144.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total State Snow & Ice Control: Total Personnel Services: 32,229 29,284 61,513 181,273 4,900 197,056 383,229 444,742 55,000 42,230 97,230 225,000 5,100 340,011 570,111 667,341 180,000 40,000 220,000 247,000 5,500 334,760 587,260 807,260 180,000 40,000 220,000 247,000 5,500 334,760 587,260 807,260 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element D9010.800 D9030.800 D9040.800 D9050.800 D9060.800 Expended Sub Program County Road Fund Employee Benefits-D Fund State Retirement Social Security Worker's Compensation Unemployment Insurance Hospital & Medical .8 D9060.000 Total Fringe Benefits: Total Employee Benefits-D Fund: 469,656 213,814 158,438 27,291 857,139 1,726,338 1,726,338 550,000 233,240 46,000 32,000 1,009,000 1,870,240 1,870,240 577,000 220,000 30,000 32,000 1,088,000 1,947,000 1,947,000 577,000 220,000 30,000 32,000 1,088,000 1,947,000 1,947,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Grand Total County Road Fund

7,434,430

8,228,425

8,659,334

8,622,136

0

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COUNTY ROAD MACHINERY FUND E FUND
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Public Works County Road Machinery Fund is to provide for the maintenance of equipment and vehicles for the County and City fleet, as well as the Village of Scotia’s fire department vehicles. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Public Works County Road Machinery Fund maintains 668 pieces of vehicles and equipment owned by the County, City and Village of Scotia. OUTCOMES • County taxpayers will save money through continued utilization of a routine, scheduled preventive maintenance program for vehicles and equipment. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • The Department’s unit cost of operations will average 5% below customary industry charges. • Continue to purchase energy efficient vehicles. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Continue to refine the Dossier Fleet Management software package to help create a more cost-effective operation through accurate reporting to include training in the latest software package updates. • Advance nation-wide parts searches via the internet in order to reduce cost and coordinate implementation with the County’s Purchasing Department. • Continue on-going training of the Automotive Mechanics in the advances of technology in the automotive industry. • Consortium bid items with CDTA. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Unit cost of operations continuation of standard development. • Maintain an accurate parts inventory through the use of the bar-coding system. • All parts cost through nationwide parts searches and investigating new parts vendors, versus blanket purchase orders.

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element E5130.111 E5130.111 E5130.111 E5130.111 E5130.111 E5130.111 E5130.112 E5130.119 Expended Sub Program Road Machinery Fund Highways 02001-Supervisor-Automotive Repairs 03001-P.W.Accounts & Benefits Assistant 05001-Account Clerk 06001-Maintenance Helper 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 E5130.204 Total Personnel Services: 220,904 919,235 51,410 1,191,549 123 123 65,838 46,042 34,939 38,210 11,446 196,475 1,026,696 70,000 1,293,171 1,000 1,000 (1.0) 65,838 46,042 0 38,210 7,302 157,392 1,024,262 70,000 1,251,654 1,000 1,000 65,838 46,042 0 38,210 7,302 157,392 1,024,262 70,000 1,251,654 1,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element E5130.403 E5130.405 E5130.406 E5130.414 E5130.4155130 E5130.420 E5130.429 E5130.430 E5130.441001 E5130.441003 E5130.442 E5130.445 E5130.447 E5130.460 E5130.470 E5130.490 Expended Sub Program Road Machinery Fund Highways Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Mileage Reimbursement Alternative Fuel Vehicle Retrofit Grant Gas / Oil / Tires Professional Services Office Supplies Uniform Allowance Tool Allowance Household/Cleaning/Laundry Education & Training Small Tools & Implements Bldg Repairs & Materials Vehicle Parts & Repairs Medical Supplies .4 E5130.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Highways: 78,360 178,428 25,006 0 0 723,105 3,888 1,735 9,639 4,800 4,006 11,600 2,103 11,744 853,368 385 1,908,167 3,099,839 130,000 184,109 38,000 25 30,000 820,000 2,500 1,750 9,600 5,600 5,488 2,500 4,000 26,000 992,150 425 2,252,147 3,546,318 110,000 199,509 39,140 25 0 812,000 2,500 1,800 10,750 6,000 5,150 2,500 4,000 20,600 930,000 425 2,144,399 3,397,053 110,000 199,509 39,140 25 0 812,000 2,500 1,800 10,750 6,000 5,000 2,500 3,000 18,000 900,000 425 2,110,649 3,363,303 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element E5190.460002 Expended Sub Program Road Machinery Fund Highway Stockpile Materials .4 E5190.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Highway Stockpile: 603,912 603,912 603,912 1,089,050 1,089,050 1,089,050 830,000 830,000 830,000 830,000 830,000 830,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element E9010.800 E9030.800 E9060.800 Expended Sub Program Road Machinery Fund Employee Benefits-E Fund State Retirement Social Security Hospital & Medical Insurance .8 E9060.000 Total Fringe Benefits: Total Employee Benefits-E Fund: 205,486 89,747 389,416 684,649 684,649 245,000 101,000 448,000 794,000 794,000 250,000 100,000 540,000 890,000 890,000 250,000 100,000 540,000 890,000 890,000 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Grand Total Road Machinery Fund

4,388,400

5,429,368

5,117,053

5,083,303

0

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 127,744,188 3,383,581 80,600 2,915,237 134,123,606

05/01/2013 132,298,418 2,635,900 105,950 2,750,460 137,790,728

2014 134,584,929 2,678,603 111,843 2,575,495 139,950,870

2014 134,584,929 2,678,603 104,750 2,575,371 139,943,653

2014 0 0 0 0 0

A A A A

6000 6200 6400 6500

Social Services Economic Opportunity Economic Development Other Services TOTAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Social Services A A A C 6010 6100 6110 6130 Social Services-Administration Temporary Assistance & Disability Family & Children Services Glendale Home Total Social Services: Economic Opportunity A 6201 Schenectady Job Training Agency Total Economic Opportunity: Economic Development A 6430 Community Business Center Total Economic Development: Other Services A A A A A 6510 6610 6772 6773 6774 Veterans Service Agency Consumer Affairs/Weights & Measures Senior & Long Term Care Services Long Term Care Unit Home Energy Fuel Tax Reduction Program Total Other Services: TOTAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM 130,341 111,282 1,996,038 653,305 24,271 2,915,237 134,123,606 145,724 180,422 1,787,716 636,598 0 2,750,460 137,790,728 144,273 185,657 1,625,661 619,904 0 2,575,495 139,950,870 144,273 185,557 1,625,661 619,880 0 2,575,371 139,943,653 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,600 80,600 105,950 105,950 111,843 111,843 104,750 104,750 0 0 3,383,581 3,383,581 2,635,900 2,635,900 2,678,603 2,678,603 2,678,603 2,678,603 0 0 17,698,015 55,906,758 27,060,726 27,078,689 127,744,188 18,903,855 59,838,298 25,923,000 27,633,265 132,298,418 18,654,357 62,022,244 27,326,000 26,582,328 134,584,929 18,654,357 62,022,244 27,326,000 26,582,328 134,584,929 0 0 0 0 0

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SOCIAL SERVICES A6010, A6055, A6070, A6101, A6102, A6109, A6119, A6123, A6129, A6140, A6141, A6142
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Social Services is to promote the health and safety of our community by empowering individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency and maintain independence. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Social Services (DSS) runs a number of programs touching the lives of community members. These programs can be grouped into two broad categories: Temporary Assistance and Children & Family Services. Brief descriptions are as follows: Temporary Assistance • Social Services Administration costs (A6010) include salary and non-salary expenses and are partially reimbursable. • Medical Assistance includes the County share of Medicaid charges. Eligibility for Medicaid is determined by Federal and State guidelines. The Federal government pays approximately half of Medicaid expenses. In 49 states, counties pay no meaningful share of Medicaid expenses. New York is the only state in the nation requiring counties to share in the cost of Medicaid. • The mandated Family Assistance (A6109) includes the Family Assistance and Emergency Assistance to Families programs. • The mandated Safety Net (A6140) provides financial assistance to needy persons who do not meet the requirements for Federal category programs. • The Home Energy Assistance Program (A6141) assists eligible residents in meeting the escalating costs of energy. This program is 100% Federally funded. • Emergency Aid to Adults (A6142) assists Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients with emergency needs unmet by the basic SSI monthly benefit. • The Special Investigation Unit is responsible for the investigation of fraud, waste, and abuse in the Temporary Assistance (FA-SN), Food Stamp, Medicaid and Day Care programs. Investigations are completed during the application process as well as while a case is open. Requests to investigate are received from agency staff and the public at large. Overpayments are recovered by recoupment; under certain criteria cases may be disqualified or prosecuted. DSS also includes a Child Support Enforcement Division that identifies and locates financially responsible parents in order to establish and enforce child support orders, thus reducing a family’s dependence on public assistance. Children & Family Services • Child Welfare Services: Counties are mandated to investigate all allegations of abuse and neglect and to provide appropriate service interventions to assure for the health, safety and well-being of children. The interventions include caseworker monitoring, coordination of services such as parental substance and/or mental health treatment, and therapeutic treatment for child victims dealing with the trauma of sexual and/or physical abuse or severe neglect. Interventions also include cost-effective best practice in-home family intervention programs. Foster home or institutional placement services are initiated when the safety or well-being of the child cannot be assured. The department also provides a strong adoption program to promote permanent and loving homes for children where parental rights have been terminated. • Day Care: The County provides income-eligible subsidized day care to low-income working families. • Juvenile Justice Center and Services: Schenectady County operates a Juvenile Justice Center that co-locates and integrates the operation of Juvenile Probation Officers with Department of Social Services caseworkers. This unique operation, which is a model for other counties, continues to identify and implement best practice programming targeted at the at-risk adolescent population that enters the Juvenile Justice System. • All able-bodied adult recipients capable of pursuing employment will obtain work. • Provide the basic necessities of life consistent with Social Service law to eligible residents, including food, shelter, and health care; and assist each customer in achieving independence and self-sufficiency to the greatest degree possible.

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SOCIAL SERVICES A6010, A6055, A6070, A6101, A6102, A6109, A6119, A6123, A6129, A6140, A6141, A6142
OUTCOMES Temporary Assistance • Families will achieve optimal self-sufficiency and function as independently as possible in the community. • Children and youth will be raised in families with sufficient economic resources to meet their basic needs. • All fraud will be pursued and prosecuted to the fullest extent. Children & Family Services • Families will provide children with safe, stable, nurturing environments. • Children and youth will have optimal physical and mental health. • Children will leave school prepared to live, learn and work in a community as economically self-sufficient contributing members of society. • Children and youth will demonstrate good citizenship as law abiding, contributing members of their families, schools and communities. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 Temporary Assistance • Implement electronic recertification process for Temporary Assistance. • Continue to process Medicaid eligibility determinations within 30 days of application. • Increase collections of debt due to fraud. • Maintain the average response time on matches (Paris-Prison-Felon). • Reduce the number of days clients are not AFIS imaged. • Increase total support collections to 85% of the total dollars owed. • Increase paternity establishment from 92% to 93%. • Increase the number of child support cases with medical support to 63%. Children & Family Services • 100% of all CPS reports for abuse will be responded to immediately upon receipt of the report. • 100% of all CPS reports for neglect will be responded to within 24 hours. • Reduce the length of time children wait to be freed for adoption. • Reduce the length of stay in detention. • Reduce the number of children in foster care by 10%. • Increase the number of adoptions. • Begin cross training staff to maximize outcomes. • Increase the number of community outreach appearances. • Utilize 100% of all B2H waiver slots allocated to the County. • Continue to implement OCFS supported Coaching Family Visits and Critical Thinking toolkits in order to further improve outcomes for children and families. • Implement strategies to address disproportionate minority representation. • Implement a pilot project for school-based collaboration working with OCFS and Casey Family Programs

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SOCIAL SERVICES A6010, A6055, A6070, A6101, A6102, A6109, A6119, A6123, A6129, A6140, A6141, A6142
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 Temporary Assistance • Continue sending staff to attend State-sanctioned training to enhance knowledge base and awareness of current initiatives. • Vigorously assist all able-bodied adult recipients in pursuing employment and reduce benefits within the context of regulatory authority. • Improve access to employment services for persons with mental illness and developmental disabilities residing in Schenectady County. • Improve the efficiency of applicant intake by expanding the use of technology. • Continue to provide substance abuse assessment and public health services onsite to families identified as needing assistance. • Continue partnerships with local community agencies to address the needs of the community. • Continue to vigorously pursue customers and providers that present fraudulent information and unreported income. Enhance revenues (child support collections, fraud repayments, chronic care co-payments recovery, etc.) and offset the local cost of providing services. • Identify, investigate, and terminate all vendors conducting illegal trafficking in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Children & Family Services • Exercise due diligence and make all reasonable efforts to prevent children from entering foster care. • Collaborate with the Center for Juvenile Justice to make all reasonable efforts in preventing youth from going to non-secure detention. • Children and Family Services in collaboration with the Juvenile Justice Center have joined efforts with local not-for-profit agencies to offer community based services which target at risk teens that would otherwise enter residential care. This alternative to placement (Community and Home Intensive Program) offers intensive supervision as well as age appropriate, strength-based, validated skill and resilience building programs. • Maximize collections such as child support, fraud repayments, chronic care copayments recovery, etc. to offset the County cost of providing services. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Temporary Assistance • Increased efficiency in the determination of Medicaid eligibility to 30 days from date of application, while managing a caseload serving 32,000 individuals. • Improved task based processing of Food Stamp applications to increase efficiency to manage the increased caseload, serving 25,000 individuals. • Successfully reduced resolution time for State generated matches to below the State average. • Increased the number of Non-Public Assistance Food Stamp households from 10,806 in December 2011 to 11,370 December 2012. • Attained 92.3% paternity establishment; exceeding New York State standard by 12%. • Increased the number of child support cases with medical support to 61%, exceeding the goal of 50%. • Electronic recertification for SNAP commenced. • Achieved MA eligibility determination within 30 days of application. • Continued to reduce days clients are not AFIS imaged. • Achieved goal of establishing medical support above goal. Children & Family Services • Completed the adoption of 23 children in 2012. • Responded immediately to all abuse allegations and, within 24 hours, to all neglect allegations. In 2012, the unit received 2,756 child protective reports. • Department continues to utilize a comprehensive review process for all newly placed children in foster care. • Successfully closed 217 of 329 CPS cases using new front end intervention strategy. • Successfully worked 149 of the 183 Family Support cases using short term prevention/intervention strategies.
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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 Expended Sub Program Social Services Social Services-Administration 01001-Commissioner 01001-Deputy Commissioner for Youth and Families 08001-Supervising Support Investigator 10001-Director of Children & Family Services 13002-Case Supervisor "A" C.W. (3) 16012-Case Supr. "B" P.A./C.W. (15) 22011- Sr. Caseworker P.A./C.W. (17) 25058/25001/25008-Caseworker (80) 28010-Senior Welfare Examiner (10) 31007-Principal Welfare Examiner (8) 34046-Social Welfare Examiner (49) 36002-Senior Support Investigator (2) 37011-Support Investigator (12) 40006-Social Services Investigator (6) 50002-Community Health Nurse (2) 51001-Family Assessment Supervisor 54003-Family Assessment Specialist (1) 64001-Coord.- Child Support Enforcement 82001-Supv. Social Services Investigator 85001-Accounting Supv. - Grade A 131,122 47,628 49,226 81,729 204,098 906,500 965,807 (17.0) 4,310,502 411,915 365,976 1,886,837 67,908 440,508 303,602 112,364 66,162 59,203 61,899 49,978 71,000 131,122 47,628 50,965 81,729 204,098 909,880 930,118 (16.0) 4,236,443 405,620 371,896 1,893,802 73,873 437,100 311,827 112,364 66,162 59,203 61,899 59,203 71,000 131,122 47,628 50,965 81,729 204,098 909,880 930,118 (16.0) 4,236,443 405,620 371,896 1,893,802 73,873 437,100 311,827 112,364 66,162 59,203 61,899 59,203 71,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 A6010.111 Expended Sub Program Social Services Social Services-Administration 86001-Accounting Supervisor Grade B 88001-Senior Account Clerk (3) 90001-Account Clerk-Typist 92001-Sr. Data Entry Mach. Oper. (WMS) 68002-Eligibility Clerk (2) 69001-Dir of Temp Financial & Medical Services 70001-Dir of Temp Assistance & Employment 95001-IPS-III 96001-IPS-II 97002-IPS-I (9) Contract Mgmt Coordinator 65001-Staff Development Coordinator 98007/ 98010 - Typist (11) 99006-Clerical Aide (3) 89002-Skilled Maintenance Instructor 89003-Microfilm Equipment Operator 89004-Computer Aide 998-Longevity 999-Adjustment Total Regular Employees 11,285,197 56,182 124,204 34,939 38,129 67,498 68,086 70,000 46,042 39,919 291,659 65,000 59,203 326,518 100,305 43,819 41,821 34,939 491,555 4,305 12,598,087 (1.0) (1.0) 56,182 125,463 34,939 38,129 62,068 0 70,000 46,042 39,919 294,767 65,000 59,203 348,205 92,473 43,819 0 34,939 506,717 0 12,433,797 56,182 125,463 34,939 38,129 62,068 0 70,000 46,042 39,919 294,767 65,000 59,203 348,205 92,473 43,819 0 34,939 506,717 0 12,433,797 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6010.112 A6010.119 Expended Sub Program Social Services Social Services-Administration Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 A6010.204 Total Personnel Services: 54,487 592,239 11,931,923 70,428 70,428 29,000 0 12,627,087 15,000 15,000 59,395 0 12,493,192 15,000 15,000 59,395 0 12,493,192 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6010.402 A6010.403 A6010.404 A6010.405 A6010.406 A6010.409 A6010.412 A6010.413 A6010.414 A6010.415303 A6010.419 A6010.420 A6010.429071 A6010.429074 A6010.429076 A6010.429130 A6010.429131 A6010.429133 A6010.429134 A6010.429150 Expended Sub Program Social Services Social Services-Administration Rent Utilities Client Travel Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Maintenance Services Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Stewarts Grant Data Processing/Tech.Svcs Chg. Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Other Professional Services Interdepartmental Charges State Mandated Charges Gateway Services Transition to Employment Grant Green Jobs Corps 2 Program Transitional Jobs 2 Program Mandated Substance Abuse Assmts 855,030 186,294 15,883 91,763 28,944 67,530 3,408 5,715 34,602 0 302,434 77,421 577,080 1,027,993 274,500 1,108,505 0 0 1,790 160,000 870,000 230,000 12,000 96,400 36,000 71,000 3,000 4,400 41,000 112 325,000 84,500 642,146 1,095,000 390,000 1,140,000 30,000 68,496 22,359 160,000 870,000 213,800 16,000 103,000 31,000 68,200 2,300 5,700 42,000 0 325,000 80,000 645,000 989,165 375,000 1,236,000 0 0 0 180,000 870,000 213,800 16,000 103,000 31,000 68,200 2,300 5,700 42,000 0 325,000 80,000 645,000 989,165 375,000 1,236,000 0 0 0 180,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6010.429180 A6010.429181 A6010.430 A6010.445 A6010.460 Expended Sub Program Social Services Social Services-Administration County Attorney Services Stop Medicaid Fraud Office Supplies Education & Training Bldg Repairs & Materials .4 A6010.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Social Services-Administration: 739,376 63,525 64,517 8,971 383 5,695,664 17,698,015 785,000 50,000 92,355 10,000 3,000 6,261,768 18,903,855 800,000 70,000 79,000 12,000 3,000 6,146,165 18,654,357 800,000 70,000 79,000 12,000 3,000 6,146,165 18,654,357 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6101.400100 A6102.400110 A6109.400120 A6140.400160 A6141.400180 A6142.400190 Expended Sub Program Social Services Temporary Assistance & Disability Medical Assistance MMIS Charges Family Assistance Safety Net Home Energy Assistance Program Emergency Aid to Adults .4 A6142.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Temporary Assistance & Disability: 184,816 35,345,425 13,846,474 6,099,497 52,583 377,963 55,906,758 55,906,758 300,000 36,292,098 16,361,200 6,370,000 75,000 440,000 59,838,298 59,838,298 300,000 36,024,244 18,363,000 6,800,000 75,000 460,000 62,022,244 62,022,244 300,000 36,024,244 18,363,000 6,800,000 75,000 460,000 62,022,244 62,022,244 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6055.400656 A6055.400655 A6070.400170 A6119.400130 A6123.400140 A6129.400150 Expended Sub Program Social Services Family & Children Services Facilitated Enrollment Day Care Services for Recipients Foster Care JD/PINS Care - Detention OCFS Juvenile Delinquent Placement .4 A6129.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Family & Children Services: 1,137,081 5,593,858 4,794,966 14,044,216 575,868 914,737 27,060,726 27,060,726 150,000 6,045,000 3,883,000 13,956,000 939,000 950,000 25,923,000 25,923,000 375,000 6,112,000 3,873,000 15,250,000 850,000 866,000 27,326,000 27,326,000 375,000 6,112,000 3,873,000 15,250,000 850,000 866,000 27,326,000 27,326,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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GLENDALE HOME C FUND
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Glendale Home is to provide high quality skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to the residents of Schenectady County and the surrounding area. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Glendale Home is a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility offering long-term care and short-term rehabilitation services. It is a 200 bed facility of which 42 beds are dedicated to residents with Alzheimer’s disease. Medical, nursing and pharmacy services are provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Rehabilitation services include physical, occupational and speech therapies. Additional services are provided by a psychiatrist, psychologist, dentist, and podiatrist. OUTCOMES • Glendale residents and their families will receive high quality nursing and rehabilitation services that allow residents to enjoy active and fulfilling lives. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Complete move to new facility. • Meet budget goals for expenses and revenue. • Improve performance of survey and reduce complaint investigations. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Retool the organization to achieve efficiencies to compete in Managed Care environment. • Increase Medicare utilization to better serve the community. • Enhance the skill level of all staff to care for more clinically complex residents.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Sub Program Element C6030. 111001 C6030. 1110021 C6030. 1110030 C6030. 111004 C6030. 111005 C6030. 111006 C6030. 111007 C6030. 111008 C6030. 111009 C6030. 1110010 C6030. 1110011 C6030. 111013 C6030. 1110113 C6030. 1110114 C6030. 111020 C6030. 1110211 C6030. 111021 C6030. 111022 C6030. 111023

Social Services Glendale Home
Administrator Comptroller Director of Resident and Family Services Caseworker (2) Executive Secretary II (1) Requisition Clerk Business Office Manager Senior Typist Senior Payroll Audit Clerk Senior Account Clerk Senior Long Term Care Billing Clerk Clerical Aide (4) Unit Clerk (1) Computer Aide General Mechanic (2) Head General Mechanic Utility Worker (2) Motor Equipment Operator - Light Facilities Supervisor 120,000 94,275 60,606 106,684 39,012 0 55,513 38,129 46,042 38,044 31,974 133,740 33,435 34,939 101,356 65,838 91,046 36,464 0 (2) (1) (1) 107,000 87,315 60,606 106,684 0 34,314 57,358 38,129 46,042 39,303 31,974 133,740 84,807 34,939 101,356 65,838 50,075 36,464 59,184 (1) (1) (3) (1) 107,000 87,315 60,606 106,684 0 34,314 57,358 38,129 46,042 39,303 31,974 133,740 84,807 34,939 101,356 65,838 50,075 36,464 59,184 (1) (1) (3) (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Sub Program Element C6030. 111024 C6030. 1110251 C6030. 111025 C6030. 111030 C6030. 111031 C6030. 111032 C6030. 111033 C6030. 111050 C6030. 111051 C6030. 111034 C6030. 111035 C6030. 111036 C6030. 111037 C6030. 111038 C6030. 111039 C6030. 1110391 C6030. 111040 C6030. 111041 C6030. 111051 C6030. 111053

Social Services Glendale Home
Maintenance Worker (4) Cleaning Working Supervisor Cleaner (11) Medical Director (PT) Assistant Medical Director (PT) Pharmacist Pharmacy Aide (2) Director of Activites, Volunteers and Pastoral Care Chaplains (4) Director of Nursing Assistant Director of Nursing Supervising Nurse (3) Head Nurse (5) Infection Control Nurse MDS Coordinator Inservice Training Coordinator (0) Registered Professional Nurse (10) Licensed Practical Nurse (25) Patient Transport Aide (1) Activities Assistant (5) (A) Position recommended at JC-4 171,386 39,857 418,072 62,733 38,045 (PT) 77,571 76,258 52,500 33,520 81,142 72,402 234,679 302,521 66,459 64,167 59,813 490,934 1,078,710 62,396 174,695 (1) (9) (25) (2) (5) (11) (4) 131,529 39,857 348,366 62,733 0 77,571 76,258 47,045 33,520 82,000 68,000 179,250 295,875 55,689 57,750 59,813 424,906 62,396 137,684 (1) (6) (2) (4) (9) (3) 131,529 39,857 348,366 62,733 0 77,571 76,258 47,045 33,520 82,000 68,000 179,250 295,875 55,689 57,750 59,813 424,906 976,926 62,396 137,684 (1) (6) (23) (2) (4) (A) (9) (3) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

976,926 (23)

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element C6030. 111061 C6030. 111062 C6030. 111063 C6030. 111064 C6030. 111065 C6030. 111071 C6030. 111073 C6030. 111047 C6030. 1110421 C6030. 111043 C6030. 111044 C6030. 111045 C6030. 111046 C6030. 111197 C6030. 111998 C6030. 111999 C6030. 111 C6030. 112 C6030. 119 C6030. 1

Social Services Glendale Home
Cook (5) Assistant Cook (3) Dietician Diet Technician (2) Food Service Helper (22) Physical Therapy Assistant (2) Occupational Therapy Assistant Stores Clerk (2) Working Team C.N.A. Leader (11) Nursing Assistant (82) Floor Aide Laundry Worker (3) Resident Support Worker Holiday, Uniform & Shift Differentials Longevity Adjustment Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime Total Personnel Services ___________ 9,970,190 612,422 1,071,220 ___________ 11,653,832 186,351 94,764 55,184 92,084 666,980 96,674 48,337 74,540 414,880 2,858,890 22,689 24,100 46,320 608,000 658,792 3,712 __________ 10,737,254 595,610 443,974 __________ 11,776,838 (1) (2) (81) (22) 184,050 93,594 55,184 92,084 538,974 (18) 96,674 48,337 69,552 414,880 2,788,813 (79) 22,409 0 46,320 700,000 552,129 (46,320) __________ 10,048,976 655,515 438,266 __________ 11,142,757 (2) 184,050 93,594 55,184 92,084 538,974 96,674 48,337 69,552 414,880 2,788,813 22,409 0 46,320 700,000 552,129 (46,320) __________ 10,048,976 655,515 438,266 __________ 11,142,757 (2) 0 0 0 __________ 0 0 0 __________ 0 (79) 0 0 0 (18) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element C6030. 270 C6030. 310 C6030. 405 C6030. 412 C6030. 413 C6030. 419 C6030. 440 C6030. 445 C6030. 490 C6030. 500 C6030. 520 C6030. 540 C6030. 550 C6030. 590 C6030. 591 C6030. 630 C6030. 650 C6030. 700 C6030. 900 C6030. 905 C6030. 906

Social Services Glendale Home
Physicians Auditing Insurance Maintenance Services Dues and Subscriptions Data Processing & Tech. Serv. Chg Pharmaceuticals Education & Training Other Medical Supplies Food Dietary - Other Supplies Cleaning Supplies Office Supplies Other Supplies and Expenses Other - NYS Assessment Charge Repairs and Maintenance Professional Services Utilities Postage Depreciation Interdepartmental Charges Total Contractual Expenses: 59,745 23,265 179,383 58,189 28,097 118,349 895,159 16,884 783,862 979,111 105,197 57,760 21,762 122,701 937,674 248,525 1,968,813 476,334 3,074 630,041 0 __________ 7,713,925 62,700 25,000 188,600 59,000 23,575 95,000 409,545 15,945 581,372 835,200 99,153 61,519 28,446 178,807 914,600 303,714 1,303,168 593,000 4,000 630,000 754,086 __________ 7,166,430 99,200 25,000 177,300 53,000 20,275 95,000 429,950 15,570 456,000 800,000 86,000 68,800 28,100 130,000 856,000 225,550 1,283,200 470,000 4,500 631,000 792,500 __________ 6,746,945 99,200 25,000 177,300 53,000 20,275 95,000 429,950 15,570 456,000 800,000 86,000 68,800 28,100 130,000 856,000 225,550 1,283,200 470,000 4,500 631,000 792,500 __________ 6,746,945 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _________ 0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element C9010. 800 C9030. 800 C9040. 800 C9050. 800 C9060. 800 C9070. 800 C9000.000

Social Services Glendale Home
State Retirement Social Security Workmens Comp Unemployment Insurance Hospital/Medical Education and Child Care Fund Total Glendale Home - Employee Benefits 1,996,262 882,051 1,042,033 9,566 3,707,637 60,124 _________ 7,697,673 2,295,400 903,800 890,000 20,000 4,496,000 66,000 _________ 8,671,200 2,260,000 847,962 1,010,000 20,000 4,477,000 66,000 _________ 8,680,962 2,260,000 847,962 1,010,000 20,000 4,477,000 66,000 _________ 8,680,962 0 0 0 0 0 0 _________ 0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element C9710. 700

Social Services Glendale Home
Bond Interest 13,259 _______ 13,259 18,797 ________ 18,797 11,664 ________ 11,664 11,664 ________ 11,664 0 _______ 0

Total Glendale Home - Bond Interest

Grand Total - Glendale Home

27,078,689

27,633,265

26,582,328

26,582,328

0

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JOB TRAINING AGENCY A6220, A6226, A6227, A6234, A6235, A6236, A6242, A6250
MISSION Schenectady Job Training Agency (SJTA) is a comprehensive employment and training organization with a mission to engage jobseekers/businesses in the community, enhance employment opportunities for people, and supply a quality workforce for businesses. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS SJTA has oversight of several programs designed to help residents succeed in finding and maintaining gainful employment. A program listing is as follows: • TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) services Public Assistance applicants and recipients. This includes orientation, assessment, counseling, job readiness, work experience, education and vocational skill training, job placement, and post-employment services for those individuals deemed employable under Department of Social Services (DSS) work rules. • Workforce Investment Act (WIA) offers five categories of service to the community: o The Federal Workforce Investment Act provides job training to youths, adults, and dislocated workers. o Trade Adjustment Assistance Reform Act of 2002 (TAA) assists individuals who have become unemployed as a result of increased imports from or shifts in production to foreign countries. o Adult Services provides residents age 18 and over access to job search assistance, career planning, support services, and training for occupations in demand. o Dislocated Worker funds are targeted to provide adult services to individuals who have been laid off by local employers experiencing reductions in workforce or permanent closure. o Youth income eligible residents ages 14-21 may receive services if they face certain barriers to employment. At least 30% of the funding for youth services under WIA is dedicated to help those who are no longer in school. • Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) is a disability resource specialist who assists individuals with disabilities in navigating through available programs and services in the local One-Stop system. • The Youth Service Navigator provides employment services to the youth population of Schenectady County. • The Summer Youth Employment Cooperative is administered by SJTA for all youth within the County and provides summer employment to County youth. OUTCOMES • All new customers to the One-Stop will receive an initial assessment and orientation about One-Stop available services. New customers will also be enrolled in the SMART resume tool builder. This is a tool that will assist customers to receive job matching, based on their resumes. • Schenectady County residents who are Unemployment Insurance Benefit recipients will receive their Unemployment Insurance Benefit orientation at the Schenectady County One-Stop. • Priority of One-Stop services will be given to veterans, spouses of veterans, and low income customers. • Services of the Schenectady County One-Stop will be emailed once a week to partner agencies. • All public assistance applicants will participate in an Applicant Job Readiness program and job search. • All youth in the County will be given an opportunity to apply for and receive summer employment and training. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • To provide Core Staff Assisted Services for 2,200 One-Stop customers. • To provide 150 Intensive services for 120 One-Stop customers. • To provide training for 70 One-Stop customers. • Place 350 DSS customers and applicants into employment.

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JOB TRAINING AGENCY A6220, A6226, A6227, A6234, A6235, A6236, A6242, A6250
• • • • Coordinate the Summer Youth Employment Program and employ 200 youth. Serve 40-50 PINS/JD referrals in the Summer Employment Program. Ten of these youths will continue employment throughout the academic year. Provide 50 WIA at risk youth with various services, such as GED programming, Certificate of Employability and Work Readiness Skill Development. Achieve TANF and Safety Net participation rates equal to or greater than 50% by increasing number of worksites and transitioning clients into countable activities.

2014 STRATEGIC INITIATIVES • To participate in federal and state funded initiatives from the New York State Department of Labor. • To maintain WIA and Department of Labor’s mandated services with reduced resources. • Provide on-site job search preparation activities for DSS customers. • Increase the number of work sites and work activities for DSS customers. • Achieve TANF and Safety Net participation rates equal to or greater than 50% by increasing number of worksites and transitioning clients into countable activities. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Served approximately 600 youth in the summer employment program and 70 young people through WIA. • Provided Core Staff Assisted services for 686 One Stop customers through March 2013. • Provided 69 Intensive services for 62 One Stop customers through March 2013. • Provided training for 15 One-Stop customers through March 2013. Training funds did not become available until January 2013. • 33 DSS customers have obtained full-time employment and 47 DSS customers have obtained part-time employment through the first quarter of 2013.

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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____________________________ Economic Opportunity Schenectady Job Training Agency Personnel List E & T Program Planner Workforce Investment Youth Coordinator Principal E & T Coordinator (2) Senior E & T Counselor E & T Counselor (7) E & T Specialist Clerical Aide E & T Client Service Specialist (2) Senior Billing & Audit Clerk IPS II IPS I Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Total Personnel Services

Sub Program

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element -

73,474 57,230 118,406 61,800 378,728 53,342 33,435 (1) 96,674 41,821 39,919 0 81,587 ___________ 1,036,416 62,866 ___________ 1,099,282 1,099,282

73,474 66,538 118,406 61,800 378,728 53,342 0 96,674 41,821 39,919 29,759 (1) 82,606 ___________ 1,043,067 47,948 ___________ 1,091,015 1,091,015

73,474 60,000 118,406 61,800 378,728 53,342 0 96,674 41,821 39,919 29,759 (1) 82,606 ___________ 1,036,529 47,948 ___________ 1,084,477 1,084,477

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0

Total Schenectady Job Training Agency

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6220.111

Economic Opportunity SJTA - DSS Subcontracted Programs
Salaries - Staff .1 Total Personnel Services: 551,073 _______________ 551,073 51,771 7,876 4,861 7,149 695 0 54,984 11,433 5,063 5,457 6,001 _______________ 155,290 388,391 _______________ 388,391 1,094,754 630,279 _____________ 630,279 58,240 14,618 6,662 8,060 1,709 500 56,792 11,050 6,000 7,700 4,000 _____________ 175,331 393,614 _____________ 393,614 1,199,224 583,013 _____________ 583,013 53,760 9,000 6,480 8,640 1,701 500 114,760 12,000 5,000 5,190 5,018 _____________ 222,049 430,009 _____________ 430,009 1,235,071 583,013 _____________ 583,013 53,760 9,000 6,480 8,640 1,701 500 114,760 12,000 5,000 5,190 5,018 _____________ 222,049 430,009 _____________ 430,009 1,235,071 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0

A6220.402 A6220.403 A6220.405 A6220.406 A6220.409 A6220.413 A6220.417 A6220.419 A6220.420 A6220.430 A6220.432

Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Interdepartmental Charges Data Processing/Technical Services Gas/Maintenance County Vehicles Program Supplies & Expenses Participant Expenses .4 Total Contractual Expenses:

A6220.800

Fringe Benefits - Staff .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6220.000

Total SJTA - DSS Programs

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Sub Program Element A6226.111 A6226.112

Economic Opportunity SJTA - DSS - TANF Summer
Salaries - Staff Wages - Participants .1 Total Personnel Services: 20,096 101,902 _______________ 121,998 207 300 1,849 0 2,402 7,500 _______________ 12,258 2,689 7,795 _______________ 10,484 144,740 52,920 101,704 _____________ 154,624 500 229 3,438 2,000 5,500 2,000 _____________ 13,667 4,049 7,780 _____________ 11,829 180,120 38,002 117,958 _____________ 155,960 500 229 2,000 2,000 5,500 2,000 _____________ 12,229 2,907 9,024 _____________ 11,931 180,120 38,002 117,958 _____________ 155,960 500 229 2,000 2,000 5,500 2,000 _____________ 12,229 2,907 9,024 _____________ 11,931 180,120 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0

A6226.403 A6226.409 A6226.414 A6226.430 A6226.432 A6226.498

Utilities Postage Mileage Reimbursement Program Supplies & Expenses Participant Expenses Subcontractor Expenses .4 Total Contractual Expenses:

A6226.800 A6226.801

Fringe Benefits - Staff Fringe Benefits - Participant .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6226.000

Total SJTA -DSS - TANF Summer

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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Sub Program Element -

Economic Opportunity SJTA -Schdy City School District Youth Employment Program
Salaries - Staff Wages - Participants .1 Total Personnel Services: 37,498 326,600 _______________ 364,098 479 1,287 810 1,800 12,790 40,349 _______________ 57,515 4,596 24,985 _______________ 29,581 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0

A6227.111 A6227.112

A6227.403 A6227.409 A6227.414 A6227.430 A6227.432 A6227.498

Utilities Postage Mileage Reimbursement Program Supplies & Expenses Participant Expenses Subcontractor Expense .4 Total Contractual Expenses:

A6227.800 A6227.801

Fringe Benefits - Staff Fringe Benefits - Participant .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6227.000

Total SJTA - Schdy City School District Youth Employment Program

451,194

0

0

0

0

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

_______________

____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6234.111

Economic Opportunity SJTA - National Emergency Grant
Salaries - Staff .1 Total Personnel Services: 26,694 _______________ 26,694 2,451 519,754 _______________ 522,205 10,747 _______________ 10,747 559,646 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 _____________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 _____________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 _____________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0

A6234.417 A6234.429

Interdepartmental Charges Professional Services .4 Total Contractual Expense:

A6234.800

Fringe Benefits .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6234-000

Total National Emergency Grant:

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6235.113 A6235.113 A6235.113

Economic Opportunity NY Youth Works Program
Participant Stipend T-1 Participant Stipend T-2 Participant Stipend T-3 .4 Total Contractual Expenses: 300 8,700 36,000 _______________ 45,000 80,300 _______________ 80,300 125,300 0 0 0 ___________ 0 44,700 ___________ 44,700 44,700 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0

A6235.429

Professional Services .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6235-000

Total NY Youth Works Program

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6236.430 A6236.471

Economic Opportunity SJTA -OJT - National Emergency Grant
Office Supplies Employers Reimbursements .4 Total Contractual Expense: 0 0 _______________ 0 0 3,852 48,148 ___________ 52,000 52,000 3,852 48,148 ___________ 52,000 52,000 3,852 48,148 ___________ 52,000 52,000 0 0 ___________ 0 0

A6236-000

Total OJT- National Emergency Grant:

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

_______________

____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6242.111 A6242.112

Economic Opportunity SJTA - DSS - Youth Employment Program
Salaries - Staff Wages - Participants .1 Total Personnel Services: 7,210 29,352 _______________ 36,562 276 176 0 70 1,551 0 _______________ 2,073 552 2,245 _______________ 2,797 9,946 28,706 _____________ 38,652 500 141 1,100 500 2,000 500 _____________ 4,741 761 2,196 _____________ 2,957 9,946 28,707 _____________ 38,653 500 140 1,100 500 2,000 500 _____________ 4,740 761 2,196 _____________ 2,957 9,946 28,707 _____________ 38,653 500 140 1,100 500 2,000 500 _____________ 4,740 761 2,196 _____________ 2,957 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0

A6242.403 A6242.409 A6242.414 A6242.430 A6242.432 A6242.498

Utilities Postage Mileage Reimbursement Program Supplies & Expenses Participant Expenses Subcontractor Expense .4 Total Contractual Expenses:

A6242.800 A6242.801

Fringe Benefits - Staff Fringe Benefits - Participant .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6242.000

Total SJTA - DSS - Youth Employment Program

41,432

46,350

46,350

46,350

0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6250.111 A6250.112

Economic Opportunity WIA - Workforce Investment Act
Salaries - Staff Wages- Participants .1 Total Personnel Services: 404,744 7,306 _______________ 412,050 10,964 _______________ 10,964 37,427 5,248 4,840 4,961 43 643 1,005 58 23,563 7,088 73,770 1,743 14,088 405 96,742 406,137 6,960 _____________ 413,097 3,380 _____________ 3,380 31,360 6,983 3,588 4,340 0 921 500 300 65,401 5,950 61,943 2,800 9,000 24,320 91,298 453,515 6,960 ______________ 460,475 0 ______________ 0 35,840 6,000 4,320 5,760 0 1,130 600 400 35,640 8,000 82,716 3,458 6,500 500 126,054 453,515 6,960 ______________ 460,475 0 ______________ 0 35,840 6,000 4,320 5,760 0 1,130 600 400 35,640 8,000 82,716 3,458 6,500 500 126,054 0 0 ___________ 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A6250.204

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment::

A6250.402 A6250.403 A6250.405 A6250.406 A6250.408 A6250.409 A6250.413 A6250.414 A6250.417 A6250.419 A6250.429 A6250.430 A6250.432 A6250.445 A6250.445005

Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Interdepartmental Charges Data Processing/Technical Services Professional Services Program Supplies & Expenses Participant Expenses Education & Training Member Training & Education

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

_______________

____________________________

Sub Program

__________________

Expended 2012

_______________

______________

_______________

_________________

Adopted 2014

Sub Program Element A6250.471 A6250.498

Economic Opportunity WIA - Workforce Investment Act
OJT's - Employer's Reimbursement Subcontractor Expenses .4 Total Contractual Expenses: 2,628 56,263 _______________ 330,515 212,427 559 _______________ 212,986 966,515 3,383,581 5,000 127,880 _____________ 441,584 254,913 532 _____________ 255,445 1,113,506 2,635,900 7,000 93,882 ______________ 417,800 286,255 532 ______________ 286,787 1,165,062 2,678,603 7,000 93,882 ______________ 417,800 286,255 532 ______________ 286,787 1,165,062 2,678,603 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0 ___________ 0 0 0

A6250.800 A6250.801

Fringe Benefits - Staff Fringe Benefits - Participants .8 Total Fringe Benefits:

A6250.000

Total WIA - Workforce Investment Act
Grand Total SJTA

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COMMUNITY BUSINESS CENTER A6430
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Community Business Center is to encourage and support the development, growth and success of small businesses in Schenectady County by providing a comprehensive package of training, counseling, business and technical assistance services, leased space, shared services and financial support. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Community Business Center (SCCBC) is a one-stop small business resource center with programs to serve a broad range of needs for new and existing businesses. SCCBC programs and services offer assistance to inexperienced potential business owners, those growing existing businesses, and those who may be struggling in a challenging business environment. Staff and board members include entrepreneurs, successful business people and professionals. Most services are provided free-of-charge to the businesses and residents of Schenectady County. Programs and services are offered in three general areas: • • • Small Business Incubator: the leasing of incubator space, which includes a wide range of support services designed to help these businesses to succeed. Counselors, Mentors and Consultants: direct assistance in the form of counseling, consulting and mentoring services. Loan Programs: financing from our small business loan programs.

OUTCOMES • Business Center efforts will improve the economic development, revenue generation and quality of life in Schenectady County. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • 100% occupancy of the Business Center. • Make three loans. • Identify and receive commitments from two other sources of revenue to support the Business Center. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Reestablished a working relationship with the UAlbany Small Business Development Center for business plan assistance at no cost to the County or people and businesses that need business plan help. • 98% of SCCBC incubator space is filled. • Business center employs 54 people; fifteen are from the Hamilton Hill Neighborhood.

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6430.403 A6430.405 A6430.406 A6430.412 A6430.430 A6430.442 Expended Sub Program Economic Development Community Business Center Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Maintenance Services Office Supplies Household/Cleaning/Laundry .4 A6430.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Community Business Center: 55,684 2,077 7,736 14,434 669 0 80,600 80,600 73,000 2,750 15,000 15,200 0 0 105,950 105,950 78,893 2,750 15,000 15,200 0 0 111,843 111,843 73,000 2,750 13,000 15,000 0 1,000 104,750 104,750 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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VETERANS SERVICE AGENCY A6510
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Veterans Service Agency is to assist veterans, their spouses and dependents in securing benefits earned through military service. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Veterans Service Agency provides assistance with compensation claims, pension claims, burial benefits, dependent compensation, medical needs, education, insurance, VA backed loans and numerous miscellaneous services. The Department advocates on behalf of veterans and their families. The Schenectady County veteran population is expected to be approximately 11,000 in 2014. Benefits secured for veterans and families, wholly funded by Federal and State sources, not only improve the lives of recipients but also introduce millions of dollars annually into the Schenectady County economy. OUTCOMES • Schenectady County veterans and their families will receive all benefits to which they are entitled. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Assist County veterans and their families receive $40.0 million in benefits. • Serve an average of 100 veterans and families per month. • Inform veterans of all available services and benefits. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Provide local social and military organizations with listing of departmental services and current information important to veterans and their families. • Engage in community outreach to increase the number of families and individuals served by the Schenectady County Veterans Service Agency. • Continually update and improve the content of the Veterans web page on the County website. • Continually update and improve the content of the Veterans Brochure that was developed in 2012. • Continually enhance the County’s Return the F.A.V.O.R. program that was initiated in 2011.

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6510.111 A6510.111 A6510.111 Expended Sub Program Other Services Veterans Service Agency 01001-Director 02001-Veteran's Service Officer Total Regular Employees .1 A6510.402 A6510.403 A6510.406 A6510.409 A6510.413 A6510.415053 A6510.430 A6510.431 A6510.445002 Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Family Support Corps Program Office Supplies Veteran's Burials Training Seminars/Conferences .4 A6510.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Veterans Service Agency: Total Personnel Services: 72,453 72,453 21,116 2,011 290 927 60 0 585 32,283 616 57,888 130,341 51,075 29,519 80,594 80,594 21,230 2,700 290 700 60 7,500 550 31,000 1,100 65,130 145,724 51,075 30,498 81,573 81,573 21,230 2,400 260 1,000 60 7,500 650 28,500 1,100 62,700 144,273 51,075 30,498 81,573 81,573 21,230 2,400 260 1,000 60 7,500 650 28,500 1,100 62,700 144,273 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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CONSUMER AFFAIRS/WEIGHT & MEASURES A6610
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Consumer Affairs is to conduct consumer investigations, research and analysis; develop consumer education programs and materials to enable the consumer to make informed decisions; respond to consumer complaints; represent the interests of consumers and businesses by settling disputes through voluntary mediation; and protect consumers in the marketplace and the business community against economic losses resulting from unethical or illegal business practices. The mission of the Schenectady County Bureau of Weights & Measures is to improve the accuracy of measurements, promote fair competition, and facilitate economic growth and trade utilizing the most efficient, practical and cost-effective approach, maintaining strict compliance with federal, state and local weights and measures law. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) AND OUTCOMES The Schenectady County Department of Consumer Affairs annually strives to accomplish the following key departmental activities: • Develop and implement consumer affairs educational and intervention programs targeted at the populations affected by charity scams, lottery scams, home improvement scams, identity theft, fraud and deceptive trade practices. • Recommend innovative and effective policy strategies to the County Manager. • Receive and investigate complaints and initiate investigations of unfair or deceptive trade practices against consumers within a specified time frame. The Schenectady County Bureau of Weights & Measures annually strives to accomplish the following key departmental activities: • Accurately identify, verify, and record acceptable device classes, balance indicators, audit trails, concentrated load capacity, influence factors, load cells, nominal capacity, repeatability and tolerances on all scales, scale systems, automatic bulk weighing systems, weights and automatic weighing systems. • Correctly calculate, identify and record maintenance and/or acceptance tolerance values on all applicable devices. • Seal all correct petroleum pumps, petroleum meters, rack meters, taxi meters, LPG meters, liquid measures, volumetric measures, linear measures, timing devices, scales, and non-commercial devices by testing each device for accuracy and compliance, locating the correct sealing provision and affixing the correct seal. • Inspect and test various packaged commodities in order to ascertain whether or not the weight, count, volume, contents and labeling meet state law. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Number of Total Item Pricing Inspections • Number of Total Item Pricing Items Inspected • Number of Total Scanner Accuracy Inspections • Number of Total Scanner Items Inspected

45 3,300 220 15,500

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Develop educational Consumer Affairs program for elderly in co-operation with additional County agencies. • Set up a maintenance program for checking sealed devices throughout the year per schedule. • Localize annual and random inspections to conserve on fuel. • Sell no longer needed equipment while it is still in working order and good condition.

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6610.111 A6610.111 A6610.111 A6610.111 A6610.111 Expended Sub Program Other Services Consumer Affairs/Weights & Measures 01001-Director Consumer Affairs/Weights & Measures 02001-Supervising Inspector 04001-Consumer Affairs Investigator 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 A6610.403 A6610.406 A6610.409 A6610.413 A6610.420 A6610.429 A6610.430 A6610.445 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A6610.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Consumer Affairs/Weights & Measures: Total Personnel Services: 101,278 101,278 1,390 271 470 100 6,392 0 1,381 0 10,004 111,282 63,485 57,594 38,129 10,364 169,572 169,572 1,550 100 1,200 200 4,500 300 2,800 200 10,850 180,422 63,485 59,655 38,129 13,713 174,982 174,982 1,375 100 1,100 200 4,800 300 2,800 0 10,675 185,657 63,485 59,655 38,129 13,713 174,982 174,982 1,375 100 1,000 200 4,800 300 2,800 0 10,575 185,557 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

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SENIOR & LONG TERM CARE SERVICES A6772, A6773, A6774
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Senior and Long Term Care Services is to promote the long term health and well-being of Schenectady County residents and assure that they receive the necessary community-based services that they are entitled to in order to remain safely in the community. These services are provided without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, marital status and/or handicapping conditions. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Senior and Long Term Care Services provides the following services: • Congregate and home delivered meals, nutrition education and counseling, transportation, information and assistance, legal assistance, employment, recreation, caregiver support, health education and counseling, senior trips, farmers’ market coupons, health insurance issues, disease prevention and reducing Medicare fraud. • The Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program (EISEP) is a non-medical program for the functionally impaired elderly. EISEP serves participants who are not Medicaid eligible. Personal care, housekeeping, personal emergency response system and social day care are available. Consumers may be obligated to a cost share. • Personal Care, operated as part of the Department of Social Services (DSS), provides in-home care to Medicaid eligible persons. • The Consumer Direct Personal Assistance Program allows clients eligible for Medicaid and Personal Care Services to direct their own services and hire and supervise their own assistants. • The Long Term Home Health Care Program, also known as the “Nursing Home without Walls Program” is operated by Visiting Nurse Service of Schenectady and Saratoga Counties in conjunction with Senior and Long Term Care. This program provides in-home care services for persons eligible for nursing home placement who desire and are able to be maintained safely at home. • Validate eligibility or provide additional services to the following Nursing Home eligible consumers who wish to remain at home: Eddy Senior Care, Program of All Inclusive Care, and Fidelis Care at Home, NHTD & TBI. • Validate eligibility for persons in Assisted Living Programs. • Provide Information and Assistance through Schenectady County NY Connects, a no wrong door point of entry to long term care services. OUTCOMES • Schenectady County residents will lead healthy and independent lives in a community that provides information and access to the continuum of available programs and services irrespective of ability to pay. • Maintain elderly and functionally impaired residents in the least restrictive setting with assistance from family, friends, and community resources. • All residents with functional impairments and their families will have information and access to a community-based system of Long Term Care Services. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Improve the coordination of services to consumers through increased collaboration with community partners. • Develop and deliver presentations on topics of interest to the senior community. • Improve the visibility of the Department in the community. • Ensure a smooth transition of Long Term Care Services to Managed Care Services, as a result of Medicaid Re-design.

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SENIOR & LONG TERM CARE SERVICES A6772, A6773, A6774
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Improve the delivery of services through innovation, cost efficiencies and collaboration. o Provide on-going review and monitoring of all programs. o Pursue additional grant opportunities to increase or maintain current community services. • Continue the Department’s active involvement with community efforts to strengthen community-based services. o Increase the number of Schenectady County senior citizen’s involvement in the community by providing them with meaningful volunteer opportunities. • Increase the community’s awareness of Department services through publicity and outreach. o Expand outreach to the Department e-newsletter, The Caring Corner. • Bring services into the community. o Test pilot a new community collaboration in recreational services called Tapping into the Arts. o Seek out additional opportunities and partnerships. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • In 2012, 13,792 consumers received 221,385 units of services through direct and subcontracted Aging Services and EISEP (CAARS). • In 2012, 24,899 consumers received 35,610 units of service with NY Connects were serviced through direct Aging and Long Term Care services. • In 2012, 597 consumers received 94,517 units of service of Home Delivered Meals and 2,373 consumers received 27,073 units of service in congregate meal sites. • In 2012, over 260 personal phone calls were made to clients offering assurances and reviewed emergency plans with each individual in preparation of Hurricane Sandy. • In 2012, 1,030 consumers received 5,031 units of service through the Caregiving Program; services included information, assistance, counseling, presentations, and support groups. • In 2012, 450 residents received the county-funded fuel tax rebate. • In 2012, 800 residents received support through the Farmer’s Market Coupon program. • In 2012, three “Senior Trips” for county residents 60 years of age and older with 196 senior residents participating. • Continued active involvement with community partners including the, 2-1-1 Northeast Regional Collaborative, Capital District Senior Issues Forum and United Way of the Greater Capital Region, Tapping into the Arts, and Senior Centers Collaborative.

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.111 A6772.112 A6772.113001 Expended Sub Program Other Services Senior & Long Term Care Services 02001-Senior & LTC Services Manager 07001-Planner, Office for the Aging 10001-Senior Services Coordinator 31001-Caregiver Support Specialist 998-Longevity 999-Allocation from Economic Dev & Planning Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Project Aides-Title V .1 A6772.204 Total Personnel Services: 292,607 20,692 26,330 339,629 1,115 1,115 70,000 69,488 53,342 53,342 10,924 25,833 282,929 21,780 27,625 332,334 0 0 70,000 69,488 53,342 53,342 13,096 25,833 285,101 22,485 26,179 333,765 0 0 70,000 69,488 53,342 53,342 13,096 25,833 285,101 22,485 26,179 333,765 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6772.400421 A6772.400422 A6772.400423 A6772.400424 A6772.400426 A6772.400427 A6772.400428 A6772.400429 A6772.400430 A6772.400431 A6772.400438 A6772.402 A6772.403 A6772.406 A6772.409 A6772.413 A6772.414 A6772.415001 A6772.415078 A6772.415086 Expended Sub Program Other Services Senior & Long Term Care Services Transportation and Support Services Congregate Meals/Nutrition Ed & Counseling Home Delivered Meals\Nutrition Ed & Counseling Nutrition Services Incentive Program Community Services for the Elderly Congregate Services Initiative Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Health Promotion\Disease Prevention Program Weatherization Referral-Last Resort Fund Health Insurance Info Counseling Assist Program Kinship Program Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Senior Employment Program Senior Activities Program Caregiver Support Program 204,135 264,509 392,121 81,233 272,538 3,436 277,523 13,565 11,855 35,282 7,500 37,360 7,439 5,083 1,775 1,775 1,753 5,018 9,953 1,459 209,546 252,508 335,123 92,500 187,338 3,466 227,251 10,198 0 33,602 7,500 42,800 8,100 5,700 1,700 3,100 2,300 1,450 8,000 1,000 205,763 225,433 288,544 90,000 185,856 3,436 186,362 9,650 0 33,602 0 10,000 7,900 4,750 1,750 3,100 2,000 1,450 8,000 1,000 205,763 225,433 288,544 90,000 185,856 3,436 186,362 9,650 0 33,602 0 10,000 7,900 4,750 1,750 3,100 2,000 1,450 8,000 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6772.415103 A6772.415109 A6772.429 A6772.430 A6772.445 Expended Sub Program Other Services Senior & Long Term Care Services Point of Entry Program Healthy Community Living Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A6772.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Senior & Long Term Care Services: 9,851 1,164 5,307 3,092 568 1,655,294 1,996,038 10,000 7,500 0 4,000 700 1,455,382 1,787,716 8,700 10,000 0 4,000 600 1,291,896 1,625,661 8,700 10,000 0 4,000 600 1,291,896 1,625,661 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6773.111 A6773.111 A6773.111 A6773.111 Expended Sub Program Other Services Long Term Care Unit 03002-Caseworker (2) 08001-Senior Payroll Audit Clerk 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees .1 A6773.402 A6773.403 A6773.406 A6773.409 A6773.414 A6773.429075 A6773.430 A6773.445 Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Mileage Reimbursement Other - Fees & Compensation Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A6773.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Long Term Care Unit: Total Personnel Services: 172,149 172,149 3,418 1,040 818 1,050 2,241 471,889 700 0 481,156 653,305 112,018 46,042 14,088 172,148 172,148 3,950 1,400 800 1,300 2,100 454,150 700 50 464,450 636,598 112,018 39,012 9,870 160,900 160,900 2,480 1,450 750 1,250 2,300 450,000 724 50 459,004 619,904 112,018 39,012 9,870 160,900 160,900 2,480 1,450 750 1,250 2,300 450,000 700 50 458,980 619,880 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE & OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A6774.415074 Expended Sub Program Other Services Home Energy Fuel Tax Reduction Program Home Energy Fuel Tax Reduction Program .4 A6774.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Home Energy Fuel Tax Reduction Program: 24,271 24,271 24,271 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 650,157 5,395,494 282,372 6,328,023

05/01/2013 762,725 5,383,655 272,500 6,418,880

2014 736,455 5,250,305 271,500 6,258,260

2014 727,755 5,250,305 271,500 6,249,560

2014 0 0 0 0

A L A

7100 7400 7401

Recreation Culture - Library Culture - Other TOTAL RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM

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RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Recreation A A A A 7110 7189 7310 7320 Maint. of Historical & Other County Properties Other Recreation Youth Services Recreational Facility - Ice Rink Total Recreation: Culture - Library L L 7410 9197 Library Services Employee Benefits-L Total Culture - Library: Culture - Other A A 7510 7560 Historical Services Tourism/Arts Total Culture - Other: TOTAL RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM 25,695 256,677 282,372 6,328,023 15,000 257,500 272,500 6,418,880 15,000 256,500 271,500 6,258,260 15,000 256,500 271,500 6,249,560 0 0 0 0 4,322,951 1,072,543 5,395,494 4,131,789 1,251,866 5,383,655 4,043,305 1,207,000 5,250,305 4,043,305 1,207,000 5,250,305 0 0 0 102,597 6,770 255,057 285,733 650,157 130,800 15,000 256,210 360,715 762,725 115,000 15,000 257,240 349,215 736,455 115,000 15,000 255,740 342,015 727,755 0 0 0 0 0

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PARKS AND RECREATION A7110, A7189
MISSION The mission of Schenectady County Parks and Recreation is to promote the year-round use and enjoyment of our natural resources by County residents and visitors. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Parks and Recreation maintains and develops County-owned parks and historical properties and promotes the use of Schenectady County’s natural resources. The Department of Public Works and Engineering works in collaboration with the Schenectady County Soil and Water Conservation District in performing these functions. Landscaping and maintenance services are provided at the Indian Kill Nature Preserve in the Town of Glenville, the Plotter Kill Preserve in the Town of Rotterdam, the County Forest in Duanesburg, Veterans’ Park in the City of Schenectady and Veterans’ Park at Rt. 50 in the Town of Glenville, the Bike/Hike Trail at the Community College and at the Gateway Landing on the Mohawk River, as well as at various County-owned buildings. OUTCOMES • Schenectady County residents and visitors will enjoy access to recreational facilities and parks throughout the County.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7110.112 Expended Sub Program Recreation Maint. of Historical & Other County Properties Hourly Rated Wages .1 A7110.402002 A7110.415072 A7110.429 Equipment Veteran's Park Maintenance Professional Services .4 A7110.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Maint. of Historical & Other County Properties: Total Personnel Services: 24,373 24,373 31,971 23,694 22,559 78,224 102,597 40,000 40,000 39,800 17,000 34,000 90,800 130,800 25,000 25,000 40,000 24,000 26,000 90,000 115,000 25,000 25,000 40,000 24,000 26,000 90,000 115,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7189.415718 Expended Sub Program Recreation Other Recreation Snowmobile Trail Development & Maintenance .4 A7189.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Other Recreation: 6,770 6,770 6,770 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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YOUTH SERVICES A7310
MISSION As a member of the Integrated County Planning Team, the Youth Bureau envisions a future in Schenectady County where all families provide stable, nurturing environments for children, have optimal physical and emotional health, and have access to services that are comprehensive, well-coordinated and community-based. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Youth Bureau and Youth Board invest and monitor over $140,000 of NYS OCFS dollars in over 12 youth development programs throughout the County. The Schenectady County Youth Bureau operates and/or oversees a number of programs designed to improve the lives of Schenectady County youth. Programs include: • SPYN (Schenectady’s Promise Youth Network): Initiated by the Youth Bureau and Union College, meets monthly with local service providers and other nonprofit youth organizations. The meetings encourage collaboration, networking and support among agencies especially in these competitive fiscal times. • Schenectady County Job Shadow Day and Luncheon: Organized by the Youth Bureau, working in partnership with the Schenectady School District and Junior Achievement of Albany County, introduced High School students to potential careers through this one-day, on-site orientation. Shadow experiences included the Sheriff’s Department, City Police Department, City and County Court Judges, County Probation, Public Defenders Office and City Fire Department. Entire group (45 students) was welcomed by Schenectady County Community College for a luncheon at the Van Curler Room. Students were given a tour of the campus and were served by the culinary art students of SCCC, several of whom were graduates of Schenectady High School. • SSCCORE (Schenectady Schools County/City Outreach, Recreation & Education Summer Camp): Served over 150 youth from ages 8 to 14 for six weeks during the summer. The camp was located in Central Park in the City of Schenectady. Collaboration of partners included the Youth Bureau, the County and City of Schenectady, the City of Schenectady Public School District, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County, City of Schenectady Fire Department, Schenectady County Sheriff Department, and 15 LOVE Tennis program. Academic enrichment (with three certified teachers from the SCSD), swimming lessons, computer education, fishing instruction, nature hikes and exploring, tennis lessons and a number of other sports activities were offered daily at no cost to the youth. • Page by Page: Trains teenagers to read to younger children in recreational settings to help teens develop leadership skills and improve basic literacy in the elementary aged children. Over 25 teenage volunteers from throughout the County participated in this program. • Hillhurst/Steinmetz Park Summer Program: Through partnerships with the City of Schenectady, Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Schenectady City School District, Schenectady County Sherriff, and SICM lunch program the Schenectady County Youth Bureau was able to provide a 7-week recreational and educational program at Hillhurst and Steinmetz Parks for 2012 and 2013. The success of the program was shown through the nearly doubling our projected enrollment for the programs. Funding was provided by a successful grant application to the City of Schenectady Community Development Block Grant Program. OUTCOMES • All youth in Schenectady County will have access to affordable, quality youth development programs available during critical hours of need on a daily basis. • All youth will have opportunities to access leadership development programs and/or be utilized as assets to the community. • State and local leaders will be made aware of the importance of providing adequate funding for quality youth development and prevention programs. • The community will become more aware of opportunities that can be accessed for children and families residing in Schenectady County. • Organizations, departments and youth-serving agencies within Schenectady County will better utilize youth development principles when working with youth.

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PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Coordinate direct service programs addressing leadership development, mentoring, civic involvement and skill development serving at least 1,250 youth. • The Youth Bureau will invest funding from the Office of Children and Families Service dollars in a minimum of 10 quality youth development programs throughout the County in 2014. • Local State Legislators (or office representative) will meet with Youth Bureau representatives (a minimum of 250 youth and adults) from across New York State at the Association of New York State Youth Bureau’s Legislative Breakfast in February of 2014 regarding the importance of investing in youth development programs. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Youth Bureau staff and the Youth Board’s Program Planning Committee will review, grade and make recommendations on all funding applications (for OCFS dollars) from County youth development programs. • The Youth Bureau will oversee six direct service programs for youth in Schenectady County with a capacity for 1,250 youth. • The Youth Bureau will continue partnering and collaborating on programs and services through the SPYN program (see above). • Continue to support and seek grant opportunities for programs/services that can be supported by the Youth Bureau and its youth serving agencies. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • The Youth Bureau is investing in over 20 quality youth development programs in every municipality throughout Schenectady County and is on schedule to invest $140,000 in OCFS funding. The bureau is also monitoring every program (including summer programs) that receives any investment from the office. • Year-to date, nearly 2,500 youth have participated in projects which include Hillhurst/Steinmetz Summer Park Program, Legislative Shadowing, Page by Page, SSCCORE Summer Camp, Ihoops Basketball Challenge and the Job Shadow Day/Luncheon. This figure has doubled the 2012 performance target of 1,000 youth participating in programs and trainings addressing leadership development, mentoring, civic involvement, asset development and skill development. • SSCCORE Summer Learning Camp at Central Park - In partnership with the Schenectady School District, SJTA, the City and County of Schenectady served over 150 youth that will have an opportunity to attend summer camp that will include a daily remedial math/reading program in addition to other recreational activities. There are no fees associated with the camp.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7310.111 A7310.111 A7310.111 A7310.111 Expended Sub Program Recreation Youth Services 02001-Special Asst. to the Commissioner - Youth 03001-Program Manager (.6) 998-Allocations Total Regular Employees .1 A7310.400073 A7310.400074 A7310.400075 A7310.400076 A7310.402 A7310.403 A7310.406 A7310.409 A7310.413 A7310.414 A7310.415107 A7310.430 A7310.445 Total Personnel Services: 117,466 117,466 33,032 45,794 3,898 15,088 11,257 1,099 274 255 450 322 25,307 660 155 137,591 255,057 85,309 30,407 1,750 117,466 117,466 33,032 49,101 2,000 15,088 11,300 1,400 400 300 450 300 23,973 700 700 138,744 256,210 85,309 30,407 1,750 117,466 117,466 33,033 48,795 3,500 15,323 11,300 1,250 350 300 450 300 23,973 700 500 139,774 257,240 85,309 30,407 1,750 117,466 117,466 33,033 48,795 2,000 15,323 11,300 1,250 350 300 450 300 23,973 700 500 138,274 255,740 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Special Delinquency Prevention Youth Develop. & Delinquency Prevention Youth Direct Service Programs Runaway Homeless Youth Act Program Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Hillhurst/Steinmentz Pks & Ed Enrichment CDBG Proj Office Supplies Education & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Youth Services:

A7310.000

ICE RINK A7320
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Recreational Facility (SCRF) is to provide universal and public access to the County-owned ice rink. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Recreational Facility is open daily, 50 weeks a year from 7:00 a.m. to midnight in season and 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. during the summer (each July the rink is closed for two weeks for seasonal maintenance). SCRF generates public skate (including skate rentals) and ice rentals revenues. SCRF is open 7 days a week providing open ice skating to the public generally between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Other skating opportunities include Learn to Skate programs, open figure skating, open hockey and stick and puck programs, which are regularly scheduled and posted at the rink and on the County website. Ice rentals are generally rented in 75-minute increments. SCRF is used by youth hockey leagues, two local high schools (the Schenectady/Niskayuna Mohawks and Burnt Hills/Ballston Lake Spartans), three adult hockey leagues, local elementary and middle schools, church groups, and private parties and events. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Increase ice rink attendance to exceed 2013 target levels. In 2012, SCRF attendance increased 8.4 percent to 28,366 from the prior year and facility revenues were the highest ever due to the popularity of pick-up adult hockey games and open figure skating aimed at teenage girls. Attendance in 2013 is forecasted to increase over prior year results. Revenues should increase sharply due to rising attendance for premium-priced activities for figure skating and adult hockey leagues that are both open to the public and expanded summer operating hours when most rinks in the region are closed. 2010 Actual SCRF Attendance 26,587 2011 Actual 25,982 2012 Actual 28,366 2013 Projected 29,000 2014 Target 30,000

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 Improve utilization of SCRF by: • Promoting general skating as a healthy and affordable recreational alternative for families. • Attracting figure skaters with competitively priced packages, particularly in early mornings when most rinks are closed. • Expanding late evening adult leagues. • Generate more income during summer when most Capital District rinks are closed.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7320.204 Expended Sub Program Recreation Recreational Facility - Ice Rink Office & Service Equipment .2 A7320.403 A7320.406 A7320.409 A7320.412 A7320.420 A7320.429073 A7320.430 A7320.442 A7320.460 Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Maintenance Services Propane Recreational Program Contract Office Supplies Household/Cleaning/Laundry Bldg Repairs & Materials .4 A7320.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Recreational Facility - Ice Rink: Total Equipment: 0 0 105,138 17,649 18 1,873 5,173 152,584 288 862 2,148 285,733 285,733 8,500 8,500 168,000 11,500 0 2,000 5,000 160,215 500 1,000 4,000 352,215 360,715 500 500 155,000 19,500 0 2,000 5,200 160,215 500 1,300 5,000 348,715 349,215 500 500 150,000 18,500 0 2,000 5,300 160,215 500 1,000 4,000 341,515 342,015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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LIBRARY L FUND
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Public Library is to satisfy our community’s informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs by providing free and open access to a comprehensive range of materials, services and programs. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Public Library is comprised of one Central Library and nine branches including locations in Duanesburg, Glenville, Niskayuna, Rotterdam, Scotia, and the City of Schenectady. The Public Library is committed to improving the quality of life for County residents by making programs, services and resources a top priority. Literacy is a core component of the nearly 1,178 programs for children, offered by the Public Library. Programs for adults have increased with a record breaking 10,584 in attendance over the past year and have enriched the lives of County residents. Library staff members are dedicated to promoting our programs to the public and providing outreach service and resources into the community in a new and different way. Library units include: • Collection Development, which selects materials in various formats to match the needs of the community. • Circulation, which is responsible for activities connected with the lending and return of materials, including interlibrary loans from across the globe. • Reference, in which library staff assist patrons in finding materials and information. • Outreach, which provides library materials and programs to community organizations. • Technology, which provides computers, training, internet access and online resources to residents. • Adult Programming, which provides programs that stimulate lifelong learning and reading to County residents. • Juvenile Programming, which provides programs that encourage reading and promote literacy. OUTCOMES • County residents will realize savings through the efficient administration of New York State’s only centralized, countywide Public Library system. • Literacy will improve throughout Schenectady County as a result of the implementation of the Restructuring Action Plan. AREA LIBRARY COMPARISON - 2011 Library Name Albany Public Library Bethlehem Public Library Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library Crandall Public Library Guilderland Public Library Saratoga Springs Public Library Schenectady County Public Library Total Operating Fund Receipts Per Capita $73.66 $140.24 $74.46 $77.07 $117.15 $106.96 $37.00

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LIBRARY L FUND
PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Meet the targeted savings in the Restructuring Action Plan. • Expand technology options and services and increase computer usage by 10%. • Increase the variety of programs offered to adults and children based on community needs. • Increase the number of program partners to enhance the literacy programming. • Create a new Family Literacy Center to serve the Hamilton Hill, Vale and Central State Street neighborhoods. • Implement new financial controls across all ten libraries. • 50% of the circulation of library materials at the Central Library will be accomplished by RFID by the conclusion of 2014. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Implement the cost savings efficiencies in the Restructuring Action Plan presented to the County Legislature. • Resume pre-school programs in branches that do not currently offer them and expand family literacy programming. • Expand after-school, summer and vacation week programs for youth. • Develop new operating revenues. • Investigate the creation of a Makerspace in our library. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS In 2012 we had the highest adult programming statistics in the library’s history and we had a dip in the attendance at youth programs due to the impact of the completion of the new children’s room. Our circulation increased over the previous year despite the disruptions at the Central Library due to construction. We increased the use of social media to promote library programs and resources. Upon completion of the renovation, the physical layout of the Central library was reconfigured to provide for a more spacious layout of library materials, seating, and quiet areas for patrons to work. • Our 210 volunteers helped a great deal in this tough economic climate by donating 10,247 hours of their time to keep this library system running. • From training patrons on new reading devices, to negotiating the world of e-books, library staff has had to be prepared for the fast changing world of information. • Staff members attended national and state conferences, and local library workshops. Many participated in webinars to further their education and to keep up with a rapidly changing field. • Most of the library programming, from after school, to authors, to senior computing programs, is funded by the Friends of the Library. This organization budgets almost $100,000 a year to support the library in a variety of ways. They also contributed to the purchase of computers, furniture, and supplies. Library Statistics Circulation Inter-Library Loan Registered Borrowers New Library Card Holders Juvenile Program Attendance Adult Program Attendance Reference Questions 2011 1,239,605 119,880 91,556 6,399 28,576 9,433 84,184 2012 1,245,737 118,134 93,977 6,899 24,698 10,381 100,381 Adult Outreach 2011 183 9,134 2012 177 8,458

Visits Items Circulated

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.111 L7410.112 L7410.119 Expended Sub Program Culture - Library Library Services 01001-Library Director IV 04001-Asst. Library Director III 07002-Librarian IV 10003-Librarian III (3) 13010-Librarian II (6) 14007-Library Assistant (6) 19002-Principal Library Clerk (3) 22006-Senior Library Clerk (6) 28004-Library Clerk (4) 998-Longevity Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages Overtime .1 L7410.204 Total Personnel Services: 1,717,052 995,920 803 2,713,775 32,617 32,617 90,083 81,236 73,474 197,514 373,914 296,363 127,476 225,366 128,845 90,135 1,684,406 718,080 0 2,402,486 6,610 6,610 (6.0) (4.0) (6.0) (3.0) 92,000 81,236 73,474 131,676 373,914 152,034 127,476 190,645 100,305 87,452 1,410,212 835,000 0 2,245,212 3,500 3,500 (5.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) 92,000 81,236 73,474 131,676 373,914 152,034 127,476 190,645 100,305 87,452 1,410,212 835,000 0 2,245,212 3,500 3,500 (5.0) (3.0) (3.0) (2.0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Office & Service Equipment .2 Total Equipment:

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element L7410.402 L7410.403 L7410.405 L7410.406 L7410.409 L7410.412 L7410.413 L7410.414 L7410.415740 L7410.417 L7410.420 L7410.429 L7410.429019 L7410.430 L7410.442 L7410.445003 L7410.460 L7410.496 Expended Sub Program Culture - Library Library Services Rent Utilities Insurance Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Maintenance Services Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Board of Trustees Special Fund Interdepartmental Charges Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Security/Maint/Cleaning Services Office Supplies Household/Cleaning/Laundry Educational Books Bldg Repairs & Materials Book Processing .4 L7410.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Library Services: 18,602 167,469 44,600 38,948 4,896 6,041 517 320 0 0 4,294 188,176 291,177 40,169 11,146 707,876 26,793 25,535 1,576,559 4,322,951 18,603 222,000 47,200 48,000 5,575 9,225 620 629 0 183,000 4,450 188,250 298,250 28,500 14,724 612,167 18,500 23,000 1,722,693 4,131,789 18,603 205,000 51,400 62,000 5,500 8,750 640 600 50,000 183,000 4,450 188,250 297,000 28,500 13,500 608,650 18,750 50,000 1,794,593 4,043,305 18,603 205,000 51,400 62,000 5,500 8,750 640 600 50,000 183,000 4,450 188,250 297,000 28,500 13,500 608,650 18,750 50,000 1,794,593 4,043,305 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2012

Budget as Modified 5/1/2013

Departmental Request 2014

Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

RECREATION & CULTURE PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element L9010.800 L9030.800 L9040.800 L9060.800 Expended Sub Program Culture - Library Employee Benefits-L State Retirement Social Security Worker's Compensation Hospital & Medical .8 L9060.000 Total Fringe Benefits: Total Employee Benefits-L: 390,742 203,269 8,026 470,506 1,072,543 1,072,543 460,000 205,866 10,000 576,000 1,251,866 1,251,866 432,000 172,000 18,000 585,000 1,207,000 1,207,000 432,000 172,000 18,000 585,000 1,207,000 1,207,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Grand Total Culture - Library

5,395,494

5,383,655

5,250,305

5,250,305

0

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7510.111 A7510.111 A7510.111 Expended Sub Program Culture - Other Historical Services 01001-Historian (.51) 9991-Adjustment Total Regular Employees .1 A7510.403 A7510.429 A7510.430 Utilities Professional Services Office Supplies .4 A7510.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Historical Services: Total Personnel Services: 25,132 25,132 378 0 185 563 25,695 0 0 0 0 0 15,000 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 15,000 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 15,000 0 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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TOURISM/ARTS A7560
MISSION The mission of Schenectady County Tourism and Arts is to enhance the quality of life for our residents and to stimulate economic development through the promotion, marketing, and financial support of artistic, cultural, and historical organizations and venues throughout the County. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) Tourism and Arts supports many local arts, cultural, and historical organizations through direct funding as well as through promotion and marketing collaboration in conjunction with the positions of Special Events Coordinator and Director of Public Communications. OUTCOMES • Investment in and promotion of our arts, cultural, and historical organizations serves to attract both residents and visitors to museums, retail establishments, hotels, restaurants, and other venues, thus increasing the amount of discretionary dollars spent within the County. This consumer spending increases sales tax and bed tax revenues and provides an economic environment conducive to business recruitment and retention. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Support the Visual and Performing Arts through the County Initiative Program grants. • Plan and promote new and existing tourism and arts events to promote Schenectady County to visitors, thereby increasing tourism spending within the County. • Partner with local arts and tourism organizations to support their efforts to increase tourism in the County. • Support of Proctors. • Promote the Schenectady County website as a primary source of information for County residents and visitors. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Expand and add new programs to the Schenectady County Special Events calendar. • Enhance the Schenectady County website, to ensure the information presented is timely, accurate, and easily accessible. • Expand the use of new online tools for community interaction and feedback, including online surveys. • Expand tourism and event information in the quarterly Schenectady County eNewsletter, which is emailed to subscribers, available through local businesses and the County Library System, and is available on the Schenectady County website. • Expand usage of avenues of social media to further promote official Schenectady County events and news as well as non-County sponsored events and other relevant news. • Feature Special Events and other tourism/arts programs on local news programming and advertisements on Open Stage Media Public Access channels. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Continued the Flea Market and Craft Fair and expanded to every Sunday between May and October. • County Initiative Program grants were awarded to 26 organizations totaling $36,000. • Continued use of social media (especially Facebook and Twitter) to communicate news and event information to more than 2,500 followers. • Continued the bimonthly special events e-newsletter, featuring events and programming from organizations across the County (more than 575 subscribers). • Continued support of Proctors and other local arts and cultural organizations.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A7560.400001 A7560.400005 A7560.400007 Expended Sub Program Culture - Other Tourism/Arts County Initiative Program Proctors Administration .4 A7560.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Tourism/Arts: 36,250 200,000 20,427 256,677 256,677 37,000 200,000 20,500 257,500 257,500 36,000 200,000 20,500 256,500 256,500 36,000 200,000 20,500 256,500 256,500 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Grand Total Culture - Other

282,372

272,500

271,500

271,500

0

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HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 1,391,354 182,443 1,573,797

05/01/2013 1,344,575 164,199 1,508,774

2014 1,293,990 164,199 1,458,189

2014 1,293,990 164,199 1,458,189

2014 0 0 0

A A

8000 8700

General Environment Natural Resources TOTAL HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM

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2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

General Environment A A A A A A 8020 8025 8040 8089 8160 8164 Economic Development & Planning Joint Planning Board Human Rights Services Cooperative Extension Composting Facility Bulk Recycling Program Total General Environment: Natural Resources A 8730 Soil & Water Conservation Total Natural Resources: TOTAL HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM 182,443 182,443 1,573,797 164,199 164,199 1,508,774 164,199 164,199 1,458,189 164,199 164,199 1,458,189 0 0 0 727,172 37,938 164,480 119,540 339,750 2,474 1,391,354 762,719 0 112,171 126,040 337,645 6,000 1,344,575 713,430 0 101,030 115,500 358,030 6,000 1,293,990 713,430 0 101,030 115,500 358,030 6,000 1,293,990 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING A8020, A8025
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Economic Development and Planning is to support job creation and retention activities in Schenectady County consistent with smart growth and efforts to preserve and protect the environment. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The department encourages new investment through smart growth initiatives designed to foster redevelopment in the County including new investment at business parks in the City and Towns. We provide technical services to other County departments, local municipalities and the community at-large on planning and development-related issues including Geographic Information System development/maintenance, recycling and solid waste management services, and environmental concerns. Programs include: • Economic Development - Provide support function to the Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority as part of unified County economic development efforts including mapping, research, and technical services. Continue to implement/support special projects such as the Schenectady Farmers’ Market, Waterfront Revitalization, and regional Bike/Hike Trail development. • Provides assistance to local municipalities with zoning ordinance review and amendment, comprehensive plans, grant writing, etc. • Schenectady Internet Mapping System (SIMS) - Develops and maintains a countywide Internet mapping system in partnership with the County’s municipal governments, Metroplex, and the Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corporation. • Intermunicipal Watershed Rules & Regulations Board - Provides technical services and protects the County’s sole source aquifer and municipal water supply. • Phase II Stormwater Management Program - Assists local MS4 communities with implementation of the federally mandated Stormwater Management Program aiming to reduce the amount of pollutants being washed via stormwater into our streams, lakes and rivers. • All Hazard Mitigation Plan - Coordinates the five year update, adoption and implementation of the Hazard Mitigation Plan now under development for review by FEMA. The purpose of the plan is to identify mitigation projects and actions to reduce or prevent damages from disasters. • Solid Waste Management Planning - Administers the Schenectady County Inter-municipal Solid Waste Management Planning Unit and submits required reports to State agencies. This includes writing the Planning Unit’s Solid Waste Management Plan. • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) – Administers an Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) Grant to conduct regular HHW collections. • Manages a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Collections (CESQG) Collection program at no cost to the County that provides regular and economical collection of hazardous materials to qualifying institutions, businesses and not-for-profits. • Capital District Transportation Committee - Represents the County on the Capital District Transportation. • Schenectady County Environmental Advisory Council – The Department staffs the Schenectady County Environmental Advisory Council (SCEAC). • The Department performs recycling education and promotion activities, including presentations to organizations and displays at events. OUTCOMES • County and local government entities will have access to a wide range of critical mapping layers and economic development information through SIMS. • Public health will be improved by reducing the amount of illicit discharges. • The long-term risk of injury, death, property damage, economic losses, and loss or damage to our natural resources will be reduced through implementation of the Hazard Mitigation Plan. • Effective solid waste programs will lower costs for Schenectady County citizens, create energy savings and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. • The County household hazardous waste collection program will help facilitate proper disposal of dangerous materials generated at residences. • Increased public awareness and expert input into County and State environmental policy results from activities of SCEAC. • Reduction of stormwater pollution through best management practices for municipal operations, and assisting municipalities in the review of development practices to limit and prevent stormwater pollution.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING A8020, A8025
PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • SIMS - Maintain and increase the number of critical mapping layers available on the system. • HHW - Increase the number of participants in household hazardous waste program by 10%. • Complete Solid Waste Management Plan. • Complete the Green Infrastructure project to renovate the County parking lot at Albany St. and Millard St. to add rain gardens and permeable pavement. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Seek additional grant funding to continue improvements in Vale Cemetery/Park and to continue downtown trail loop construction. • Seek funding from the state Transportation Enhancement Program for trail improvements/construction in Scotia and Glenville. • Seek grant funding from NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets to assist the Schenectady Farmers Market with marketing and community outreach. • Develop and conduct educational programs for local planning and zoning board officials to assist them in meeting new mandatory training requirements. • Upgrading and re-designing of SIMS by taking advantage of new technologies. • Develop a promotional guide/brochure and map to better capitalize on the tourism potential of the Mohawk-Hudson Bike-Hike Trail. • Continue to train local municipal field employees to identify and report illicit discharges. Train municipal construction site inspectors to improve compliance with stormwater regulations. Train municipal employees on Best Management Practices to reduce or prevent stormwater pollution from municipal operations • Work with municipal Mitigation Officers to update the 2007 plan and the actions identified in the Hazard Mitigation Plan. Meet with all railroad companies that pass near or through the municipal water supply areas to increase awareness and insure proper communication and response protocols are in place. • Assist County municipalities with outreach, review and education on the Draft FEMA Flood Plain Maps. • Establish a baseline for the number of people reached through the Schenectady County Recycles Program in terms of attendees at presentations, visitors at displays and at the County Recycling Website areas and information requests over the phone. • SCEAC – Complete a Schenectady County Open Space Management Plan. • Seek grant funding for preliminary engineering/design of bike trail underpass at Scrafford Lane in Rotterdam. • Increase advertising for HHW collection program. • Update Energy Star Portfolio Manager information on County Building Energy Performance on a quarterly basis. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Completed consultant selection and began the design of 1.5 mile riverside bike trail extension through the ALCO redevelopment site as part of a $480,000 CFA grant from NY State. • Completed the Plotterkill Trail Extension project funded under the federal Recreational Trail Grant program. • Completed the Vale Cemetery Restoration and Rehabilitation EPF Grant. • Completed development of historic interpretive signage and other amenities in Vale Cemetery as part of NYS EPF and Strategic Alliance for Health initiative. • Completed consultant selection and began design of NY 5S bike trail crossing project. • Phase II Stormwater Management Program assisted MS4 communities with IDDE training and investigation, and Good Housekeeping for municipal employees, and public education efforts. Design and begin GIGP renovation of the County parking lot at Albany St. and Veeder Ave. • SIMS 10.0 provided users with more critical layers.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.111 A8020.112 Expended Sub Program General Environment Economic Development & Planning 01001-Planning Commissioner 07003-Planner I (3) 08001-Groundwater Management Planner 10001-GIS Systems Coord/Property Devel Assist 12001-Executive Secretary II 998-Longevity 999-Allocation to Sr & LTC Services 999-Allocation to Airport Total Regular Employees Hourly Rated Wages .1 A8020.204 Total Personnel Services: 514,372 2,782 517,154 1,665 1,665 162,283 217,266 55,533 69,488 46,042 26,567 (25,833) (15,200) 536,146 0 536,146 0 0 162,283 217,266 55,533 69,488 46,042 33,151 (25,833) (15,200) 542,730 0 542,730 0 0 162,283 217,266 55,533 69,488 46,042 33,151 (25,833) (15,200) 542,730 0 542,730 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8020.402 A8020.403 A8020.406 A8020.409 A8020.413 A8020.414 A8020.415080 A8020.415081 A8020.415182 A8020.415280 A8020.415281 A8020.420 A8020.429 A8020.430 A8020.445 Expended Sub Program General Environment Economic Development & Planning Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Ground Water Management Program Earth Month Events (SCEAC) Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Education Grant Schenectady County Environmental Advisory Council Gas/Maint. County Vehicles Professional Services Office Supplies Education & Training .4 A8020.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Economic Development & Planning: 25,295 7,504 8,605 481 2,910 2,263 0 1,800 74,160 55,014 193 175 27,000 2,361 592 208,353 727,172 29,000 9,500 9,750 900 2,750 1,600 2,000 1,800 120,564 17,287 900 500 26,000 2,722 1,300 226,573 762,719 20,500 9,000 10,200 800 1,500 2,000 2,000 0 89,500 0 900 500 30,000 2,500 1,300 170,700 713,430 20,500 9,000 10,200 800 1,500 2,000 2,000 0 89,500 0 900 500 30,000 2,500 1,300 170,700 713,430 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8025.429 Expended Sub Program General Environment Joint Planning Board Professional Services .4 A8025.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Joint Planning Board: 37,938 37,938 37,938 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HUMAN RIGHTS SERVICES A8040
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Department of Human Rights is to foster mutual respect and understanding among all racial, religious, nationality and other groups in the community; alleviate tensions and conflict among and between various groups; and conduct educational programs to increase goodwill in the community. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Department of Human Rights provides a number of services for the community including verified complaint processing for NYS Human Rights complaints, advocating for issues of community concern, offering educational programs and information regarding diversity and human rights, running programs to train individuals and groups in human rights laws and diversity topics, providing emergency housing funds and counseling for eligible applicants, consulting with individuals, groups and organizations on human rights issues and concerns, providing housing support services to Department of Social Services clients, and implementing the annual MLK Birthday Program, Human Rights Awards and Boyd Awards. OUTCOMES • Schenectady County residents will enjoy a community rooted in tolerance, respect, and understanding. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Respond within two business days of receipt/notice of all community inquiries. • Appointments will be made within one week of notice. • Verified complaints will be processed within five business days of interview. • Notify Schenectady County Correctional Facility Administration and/or Public Defender of inmate issues within one business day of receipt/notice. • Conduct Community Programs on Diversity and Human Rights Law as requested. • Continue Community Collaborations with community and religious organizations, colleges and school districts. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • The Commission will continue implementation of an outreach strategy to improve community knowledge of Human Rights Commission services and programs. This initiative will involve partnering with the New York State Division of Human Rights through a Memorandum of Understanding. • The Commission will conduct two educational programs/forums addressing community issues. • The Commission will implement plans developed during strategic planning process. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Over 98% of inquiries are addressed within stated timelines. • 100% of targeted community activities have been accomplished.

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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8040.111 A8040.111 A8040.111 A8040.111 Expended Sub Program General Environment Human Rights Services 01001-Executive Director 998-Longevity 999-Allocation Total Regular Employees .1 A8040.402 A8040.403 A8040.406 A8040.408 A8040.408001 A8040.409 A8040.413 A8040.414 A8040.428 A8040.429 A8040.430 A8040.445009 Rent Utilities Equipment Repairs & Maintenance Advertising Promotional Postage Dues & Subscriptions Mileage Reimbursement Emergency Shelter Professional Services Office Supplies Educational Materials & Training .4 Total Contractual Expense: Total Personnel Services: 116,461 116,461 12,576 1,334 217 50 7,108 261 0 689 22,864 1,247 498 1,175 48,019 164,480 69,232 4,924 8,995 83,151 83,151 12,600 1,800 320 200 8,000 200 100 750 0 2,300 750 2,000 29,020 112,171 63,485 0 8,995 72,480 72,480 12,600 1,700 300 200 10,000 200 100 750 0 2,000 700 0 28,550 101,030 63,485 0 8,995 72,480 72,480 12,600 1,700 300 200 10,000 200 100 750 0 2,000 700 0 28,550 101,030 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

A8040.000

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  COOPERATIVE EXTENSION A8089

MISSION The mission of the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Schenectady County (CCE, SC) is to engage residents through educational programs, research projects, collaborative partnerships and University outreach programs in order to develop knowledge, skills and leadership, improve the quality of life in Schenectady County, and build community capacity and capability. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S)  Agriculture and horticulture sustainability and the environment programs support local farmers in all commodity areas with compliance, business and labor management, business transitions and implementation of new production and marketing practices that increase profitability. In addition, this program area addresses stewardship of the environment for all citizens whether they are urban, rural or suburban.  Youth empowerment/development programs support the positive development of youth, families and communities as they strive to reach their full potential. Opportunities are provided through research-based information, resources and trainings in the areas of youth development, life skills, and parenting education.  Wellness and health opportunities in local environment programs educate participants on how to achieve healthy lifestyles by reducing the risk of chronic disease and obesity through healthy eating practices. Participants also gain skills in resource management leading to increased community food security and a lower incidence of food-borne illness. OUTCOMES  Increase the health and welfare of County residents through delivery of a variety of nutrition education programs.  Through experiential education, children, youth and adults will enhance and apply marketable skills leading to self-sufficiency.  Increase profitability of farm businesses in Schenectady County.  Increase the number of farm businesses in Schenectady County and encourage the development of a safe, sustainable and vibrant local food system.  Preserve and enhance the quality of the natural and built landscape through sustainable management practices.  Schenectady County restaurants, work sites, businesses, etc. will adopt policies and practices that enable residents to make healthy food and lifestyle choices.  Policies and practice changes are developed and implemented that enable residents to make healthy food and lifestyle choices. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014  Achieve and maintain 100% of assigned caseload in the WIC Program.  Continue to integrate Roots and Wisdom youth participants into the 4-H program so that they can fully utilize Cornell University resources.  Continue with the development of a retail food cooperative in the county to give local farmers another profitable outlet for marketing food and other products they produce, and to give consumers better access to fresh local foods.

 
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014  Continue development of regional approaches to programming to increase the quality and quantity of programs available to Schenectady County residents.  Overhaul efforts to deliver programs through electronic media to members of the community and fully leverage the resources of Cornell University.  Continue implementation of shared management systems among local extension associations to allow high quality programs to continue to be offered in the community. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Roots and Wisdom youth participants are being enrolled in 4-H to have a year-round experience and have more opportunities to connect with Cornell.  The Greater Capital District Shared Business Network of Cornell Cooperative Extension will be implemented in the fall of 2013. This will provide high level oversight of finance, human resources and information technology and will streamline interaction among associations and the University.
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2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8089.400040 Expended Sub Program General Environment Cooperative Extension Public Benefit Services .4 A8089.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Cooperative Extension: 119,540 119,540 119,540 126,040 126,040 126,040 115,500 115,500 115,500 115,500 115,500 115,500 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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COMPOSTING & RECYCLING A8160, A8164
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Compost and Residential Recycling Facility is to provide residents of Schenectady County with an environmentally safe and acceptable alternative for the disposal of yard-waste and recyclable materials. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Compost and Residential Recycling Facility is a one stop facility for the disposal of all types of yard-waste and a variety of recyclable items generated from typical household activities. Residents may dispose of grass, leaves, brush, logs and stumps. These are ground, composted and processed into a usable, marketable product. Residents may also dispose of newspaper, cardboard, tin, plastic and glass bottles, white goods, tires, furnishings and bulk metals at the residential recycling drop-off site. The Compost Facility also provides for the disposal of yard-waste generated from municipal and commercial collection. Presently the City of Schenectady, Village of Scotia, and Town of Glenville are the municipal participants while several registered commercial operations utilize the facility. Products generated at the facility include compost, blended topsoil, natural woodchips and colored woodchip mulch. These products are available for sale to residents, commercial landscapers and municipalities. OUTCOMES • The Schenectady County environment will be cleaner and healthier through the proper disposal of yard-waste and recyclables. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Increase sale of compost products by 10% via increased marketing and advertising. • Increase the number of municipalities taking advantage of the custom grinding services available. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Promote to local municipalities the benefits of utilizing the compost facility and encourage greater participation. • Solicit commercial tree service and lawn care operations to promote available products and facility services. • Promote the facility as the regional hub for food-waste disposal via grant applications and site development. • Develop wholesale markets for all facility products. 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Continued to collaborate with State and local partners to seek out grant funding for facility improvements. • Implemented a more intensive reporting system to track residential and commercial vehicle volume.

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HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8160.429 Expended Sub Program General Environment Composting Facility Professional Services .4 A8160.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Composting Facility: 339,750 339,750 339,750 337,645 337,645 337,645 358,030 358,030 358,030 358,030 358,030 358,030 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8164.429 Expended Sub Program General Environment Bulk Recycling Program Professional Services .4 A8164.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Bulk Recycling Program: 2,474 2,474 2,474 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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NATURAL RESOURCES A8730
MISSION The mission of the Schenectady County Soil & Water Conservation District is to enhance and protect the natural resources of Schenectady County through the promotion, education and implementation of proven conservation practices and the use of sound resource management. DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENT PROGRAM(S) The Schenectady County Soil & Water Conservation District administers a variety of service programs to the residents of Schenectady County including the Schenectady County Compost Facility and Residential Recycling Facility, the County Agricultural Environmental Management Program, maintenance of the County Bike/Hike Trail, County Forest and the two County Preserves, and the Tree Hazard Evaluation Program for County DPW. Soil & Water also hosts and provides supervision for participants in the Alternatives to Incarceration Program. The District provides Conservation Services to residents and municipalities including site visits for soils map and aerial photo interpretation, recommendations on soil erosion, drainage, conservation practices, water quality protection and Sediment & Erosion Control Construction Site Inspections. The District also plays a major role in the ongoing development of the Phase II Stormwater Regulations Program and the County Critical Area Seeding Program. The District has also taken the lead role in Stream Restoration and Flood Mitigation Response on behalf of the County. OUTCOMES • Ensure the safety and accessibility of the County Bike/Hike Trail, County Forest and the County Preserves. • Protect our natural environment by maximizing usage of the Compost Facility and Residential Recycling Facility. PERFORMANCE TARGETS FOR 2014 • Assist five landowners with participation in the Agricultural Environmental Management (AEM) Program. • Assist in providing Good Housekeeping Training to all municipalities as requested. • Review Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans for municipalities (when requested). • Participate in the 10th Annual Capital Region Envirothon. • Provide five “Trained Individual” training sessions to contractors and developers for the Phase II Stormwater compliance requirements. • Provide technical assistance to various County agencies on Stormwater Regulations & training and, stream corridor management/mitigation. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES FOR 2014 • Maintain existing contracts with various state agencies in order to supply services to Schenectady County residents and contractors. • Cooperate with other Schenectady County agencies to maximize funding opportunities and minimize operational cost through shared services agreements (County Departments of Engineering and Public Works and Economic Development and Planning, Cornell Cooperative Extension, etc.). 2013 PERFORMANCE TARGETS UPDATE/2012 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Successful maintenance is being carried out on 9.1 miles of the Bike/Hike Trail and over 800 acres of nature preserves. • Completed 28 soil group worksheets for 24 landowners on 1490 acres. • Provided critical area seeding services to the county by hydro-seeding areas equal to 1.2 acres, including road ditches and bank stabilization as part of the MS4 requirements. • Performed Good Housekeeping training (Municipal Employees – 153) and completed 11 “Trained Contractor” training sessions to 430 contractors. • Assisted over 130 landowners with tree planting, wildlife and energy conservation via the District annual tree and shrub program. • Submitted a Flood Mitigation Grant to NYS ESD and was awarded $541,00 for flood mitigation projects and have taken the lead on project administration.

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HOME & COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A8730.497004 Expended Sub Program Natural Resources Soil & Water Conservation Farm & Other Soil Services .4 A8730.000 Total Contractual Expense: Total Soil & Water Conservation: 182,443 182,443 182,443 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 164,199 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Expenditures Summary Sub Program Code Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager Recommended

Expended Sub Program

Adopted

2012 24,976,392 100,000 237,000 8,957,191 34,270,583

05/01/2013 28,461,610 0 168,100 10,401,000 39,030,710

2014 29,084,000 0 147,500 10,115,000 39,346,500

2014 29,084,000 0 147,500 10,115,000 39,346,500

2014 0 0 0 0 0

A A A A

9000 9500 9550 9700

Employee Benefits Interfund Transfers Transfer to Capital Fund Debt Services TOTAL UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM

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2014 Sub Program Expenditures Sub Program Code Expended Sub Program Budget as Modified Departmental Request Manager
Recommended

Adopted

2012

05/01/2013

2014

2014

2014

Employee Benefits A 9001 Employee Benefits-A Total Employee Benefits: Interfund Transfers A 9500 Transfers Total Interfund Transfers: Transfer to Capital Fund A 9550 Transfers to Capital Fund Total Transfer to Capital Fund: Debt Services A 9710 Serial Bonds Total Debt Services: UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM 8,957,191 8,957,191 34,270,583 10,401,000 10,401,000 39,030,710 10,115,000 10,115,000 39,346,500 10,115,000 10,115,000 39,346,500 0 0 0 237,000 237,000 168,100 168,100 147,500 147,500 147,500 147,500 0 0 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,976,392 24,976,392 28,461,610 28,461,610 29,084,000 29,084,000 29,084,000 29,084,000 0 0

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UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A9010.800 A9030.800 A9040.800 A9050.800 A9060.800 Expended Sub Program Employee Benefits Employee Benefits-A State Retirement Social Security Worker's Compensation Unemployment Insurance Hospital & Medical .8 A9060.000 Total Fringe Benefits: Total Employee Benefits-A: 8,222,043 3,535,586 896,604 48,192 12,273,967 24,976,392 24,976,392 9,839,300 3,708,160 813,000 80,000 14,021,150 28,461,610 28,461,610 9,710,000 3,640,000 907,000 55,000 14,772,000 29,084,000 29,084,000 9,710,000 3,640,000 907,000 55,000 14,772,000 29,084,000 29,084,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A9500.908 Expended Sub Program Interfund Transfers Transfers Transfer to Glendale .9 A9500.000 Total Transfers: Total Transfers: 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A9550.905 Expended Sub Program Transfer to Capital Fund Transfers to Capital Fund Transfer to Capital Fund .9 A9550.000 Total Transfers: Total Transfers to Capital Fund: 237,000 237,000 237,000 168,100 168,100 168,100 147,500 147,500 147,500 147,500 147,500 147,500 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

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UNDISTRIBUTED PROGRAM
2014 Sub Program Element Expenditures Sub Program Code Sub Program Element A9710.600 Expended Sub Program Debt Services Serial Bonds Serial Bonds - Principal .6 A9710.700 Totals: 6,899,819 6,899,819 2,057,372 2,057,372 Total Serial Bonds: 8,957,191 8,425,000 8,425,000 1,976,000 1,976,000 10,401,000 8,170,000 8,170,000 1,945,000 1,945,000 10,115,000 8,170,000 8,170,000 1,945,000 1,945,000 10,115,000 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Departmental Request 2014 Manager Recommended 2014

Adopted 2014

Serial Bonds - Interest .7 Totals:

A9710.000

Total General Fund

239,177,041

250,632,376

253,678,230

253,453,169

0

Grand Total - All Programs

283,474,054

297,307,089

299,287,250

298,991,241

0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

Real Property Tax Items A1002 A1081 A1090 Real Property Taxes Uncollected Payment in Lieu of Taxes Interest & Penalties on Taxes Total Real Property Tax Items: Non-Property Tax Items A1110 A1113 A1140 Sales & Use Tax Tax on Hotel/Motel Rooms Telephone Surcharge Total Non-Property Tax Items:

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1310

0 1,029,929 1,841,389 2,871,318

0 1,500,000 1,750,000 3,250,000

(1,200,000) 2,415,519 1,817,000 3,032,519

0 0 0 0

****
7560 3021

90,985,636 408,539 568,812 91,962,987

90,372,000 410,000 437,983 91,219,983

92,152,000 410,000 402,183 92,964,183

0 0 0 0

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AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-Departmental Income A1225 A1230 A1232 A1235 A1255 A1289.01 A1510 A1515 A1580 A1589.01 A1589.02 A1589.03 A1600.00 A1600.01 A1600.02 A1600.07 A1600.08 A1600.10 A1600.12 A1600.13 A1606 A1621 A1770 A1801 Medical Examiners Fees Treasurer Fees Civil Service Fees Tax Advertising/Foreclosure Fees County Clerk Fees Traffic Diversion Program Sheriff's Fees Alternative to Incarceration Fees Restitution Surcharge DWI Fees Electronic Monitoring & Drug Testing Probation Supervision Fees Home Health Care Clinics Environmental Fees Registry Fees Other Public Health Charges Ellis Nurse Navigator Other Revenue EI Earned Revenue-Service Coordination Children with Special Needs-Medicaid Reimb. Early Intervention Reimbursements Airport Fees & Rentals Repayments -Medical Assistance 1185 1310 1430 1362 1410 1165 3110 1171 3140 3140 3140 3140 4012 4012 4090 4045 4012 4012 4015 4045 2960 4059 5610 6101 300 55,344 7,397 45,062 4,618,839 0 357,210 4,879 7,139 48,754 280 38,792 14,877 13,789 173,364 131 4,568 100,025 3,747 0 667,904 763,210 828,040 549,617 100 50,000 7,700 68,000 4,450,000 100,000 347,000 5,000 8,400 40,000 1,000 50,000 5,000 100 166,000 200 3,600 100,026 0 0 624,000 533,000 819,450 800,000 300 50,000 8,000 45,000 4,750,000 100,000 347,000 5,000 8,000 45,000 1,000 40,000 13,600 100 175,000 150 0 107,783 3,500 120,000 599,000 0 885,650 785,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A1809 A1811 A1819 A1840 A1841 A1842 A1894 A1920 A1962.01 A1972.02 A1972.03 A1972.04 Repayments-Family Assistance Child Support-Incentive Earnings Repayments-Foster Care Repayments-Safety Net Repayments-Home Energy Assistance Emergency Assistance-Adults Social Service Charges Recreational Facility Fees Consumer Affairs - Waivers / Fines Long Term Care Fees Sr Activity Participant Fees/Sponsorship Healthy Community Living Sponsorship/Grants Total A-Departmental Income: 6109 6010 6119 6140 6141 6142 6010 7320 6610 6773 6772 6772 Actual Revenues 2012 495,632 173,201 104,178 848,334 114,752 1,588 15,504 363,481 701,584 51,921 8,878 0 11,182,321 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 590,000 150,000 125,000 744,000 130,000 1,500 13,000 370,000 622,000 54,000 13,000 0 10,991,076 Manager Recommended 2014 458,000 159,000 105,000 900,000 130,000 1,000 16,000 370,000 700,000 30,000 8,000 5,000 10,971,083 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

Intergovernmental Charges A2075 A2130.01 A2130.04 A2214 A2215 A2240 A2260 A2264.01 A2264.02 A2264.03 A2306 A2307 A2309 A2350 A2372 A2372.01 A2380 A2381 A2383 A2397.02 A2397.04 Youth - City Tipping Fees-Compost Facility Tipping Fees-Bulk Recycling Affirmative Action Services Election Charges Community College Chargebacks Police Services (MRD) Housing of Prisoners-Other Counties Housing of Prisoners-Federal Inmates Housing of Prisoners-State Inmates Committee on Special Education City HUD Grant Schdy City School Dist Youth Employment Hillhurst/Steinmetz Pks & Ed Enrichment CDBG Planning Services Other Governmental Charges-Town Court Security Parking Fees - S.C.C.C. Air Traffic Controller Program - SCCC Cornell Cooperative Extension-Astra Zeneca Other Local Gov't Charges-Safe Schools Program Other Governments-Ballot Printing Total Intergovernmental Charges: 7310 8160 8164 1430 1450 9710 3020 3150 3150 3150 6119 4012 6227 7310 8020 3150 9710 5610 4009 3141 1450 3,000 145,729 2,697 50,000 1,616,741 493,862 109,770 7,650 76,464 11,001 459,495 135,451 451,194 25,489 64,535 24,191 200,000 17,747 0 72,046 0 3,967,062 3,000 220,000 6,500 50,000 1,695,000 520,000 111,029 0 100,000 10,000 470,000 176,000 0 23,973 155,533 24,500 200,000 27,800 0 0 0 3,793,335 3,000 163,000 6,500 50,000 1,680,000 490,000 111,029 0 162,000 10,000 425,000 157,519 0 23,973 160,533 24,500 200,000 20,250 20,000 0 33,700 3,741,004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-Use of Money & Property A2401.04 A2410.01 A2410.02 A2410.03 A2450.01 A2450.02 Interest Earnings Rental Fees-County Property Rental Fees- Incubator Rental Fees - Recycling Plant Jail Telephone Commissions Commissions Total A-Use of Money & Property: Fines & Forfeited Bail A2610 A2610.01 A2615 A2625.02 A2625.03 A2625.05 Fines & Forfeited Bail Handicap Parking Education Program STOP-DWI Fines Forfeited Criminal Proceeds-Federal-D.A. Forfeited Criminal Proceeds-State Forfeiture Criminal Proceeds-Federal-Sheriff Total Fines & Forfeited Bail: 1165 2989 3315 1165 1165 3110 14,172 135 220,896 18,620 1,283 35,435 290,541 20,000 2,000 250,000 45,000 10,000 50,000 377,000 10,000 3,500 250,000 45,000 10,000 0 318,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1310 126,959 42,458 95,171 85,316 123,272 762 473,938 140,000 43,790 110,000 87,875 145,000 1,350 528,015 120,000 42,500 115,593 85,316 140,000 3,350 506,759 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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3150

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss A2650 A2655.01 A2655.04 A2655.05 A2655.06 A2655.07 A2660 A2665.01 A2680 A2690 Sale of Scrap & Excess Materials Minor Sales-General Minor Sales-Elections Minor Sales-Planning Minor Sales- Tax Mapping SCEAC Recycling Program Sale of Real Property Sales of Compost Insurance Recoveries Other Compensation for Loss-Tobacco Settlement Total Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss: 1345 399 7,398 435 140 3,527 280 6,000 72,218 169,718 2,238,704 2,498,819 1,000 1,000 800 100 7,300 900 200,000 100,000 125,000 2,000,000 2,436,100 500 1,000 800 500 5,000 900 0 155,000 110,000 2,200,000 2,473,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1450 8020 1310 8020

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-Miscellaneous A2700 A2701 A2705.01 A2705.03 A2705.08 A2705.14 A2705.17 A2705.18 A2705.19 A2710 A2770 A2770.00 A2770.01 A5789 Reimbursement of Medicare Part D Expenditures Refunds Prior Year Expense Gifts & Donations-Human Rights Gifts & Donations-Earth Month Event Gifts & Donations-Special Events NACHHO Grant Gifts & Donations Diabetes Today Initiative Other Income- NYS STOP-DWI Foundation Premium on Obligations Other Unclassified Revenue Commissary Reimbursements Public Safety Camera Expansion-CDTA-3rd Year Other Debt Total A-Miscellaneous: 9060 15,462 32,745 7,108 1,800 29,325 10,433 1,795 1,552 0 165,042 5,964 39,265 6,000 2,250,000 2,566,491 0 1,000 8,500 1,800 29,000 5,000 0 0 46,980 163,000 500 62,000 6,000 3,500,000 3,823,780 0 1,000 10,000 0 29,000 4,000 0 0 0 175,000 500 39,265 6,000 3,000,000 3,264,765 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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8040 8020 1230 4009 7310 4009 3315 9710

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3150 1165 9789

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-Interfund Revenues & Transfers A2801.100 A2801.102 A2801.104 A2801.105 A2801.106 A2801.11 A2801.12 A2801.14 A2801.16 A2801.18 A2801.19 A2801.20 A2801.22 A2801.29 A2801.30 A2801.31 A2801.32 A2801.35 A2801.36 A2801.38 A2801.40 A2801.41 A2801.45 A2801.46 Interfund Reimb. - Jail/Stop DWI Interfund Reimb. - Sheriff/STOP DWI Interfund Reimb - Health/EMO Interfund Reimb - Co. Mgr/PH Interfund Reimb- C.A.P/Library Interfund Reimb - C.A.P./SJTA Interfund Reimb - Finance/DSS Interfund Reimb - Engineering/Capital Interfund Reimb - Bldg & Grounds/Various Interfund Reimb - Bldg&Grounds/Glendale Interfund Reimb - Bldg & Grounds/Library Interfund Reimb - Prevent/Environ - Lead Grant Interfund Reimb - Probation/CPS Prev. Interfund Reimb - Senior Services/DSS(HEAP) Interfund Reimb - Sr. & LTC Services/DSS Interfund Reimb - Probation/DWI Interfund Reimb - Probation/COPS Interfund Reimb - Sheriff/DSS Interfund Reimb - Sheriff/Library Interfund Reimb - Sheriff/Stop DWI Interfund Reimb - Probation/Altern to PINS/JD Interfund Reimb - Health/DSS Interfund Reimb - Health/DSS (CPS) Interfund Reimb - H.S.F./DSS (CPS) 3150 3110 4012 1230 9,022 10,978 25,099 784 0 81,000 67,274 185,026 0 0 257,424 102,479 735,279 39,000 84,609 43,536 232,930 142,218 33,753 4,359 464,957 0 284,135 135,325 9,022 10,978 28,652 0 183,000 112,193 56,000 180,000 79,000 34,350 243,000 104,252 790,000 0 92,000 43,536 160,000 130,000 43,000 0 429,000 15,000 261,975 106,000 12,315 14,603 56,800 0 183,000 150,400 64,000 180,000 17,700 35,000 254,000 104,705 850,000 0 64,000 43,536 160,000 160,000 43,000 0 440,000 7,500 274,473 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1310 1440 1620 1620 1620 4012 3141 6772 6772 3140 3141 3110 3110 3110 3141 4009 4012 4015

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A2801.60 A2801.61 A2801.620 A2801.621 A2801.626 A2801.64 A2801.65 A2801.66 A2801.67 A2801.69 A2801.71 A2801.72 A2801.75 A2801.79 A2801.81 A2801.93 A2801.94 A2801.95 A2801.96 A2801.97 A2801.99 A2831.01 A2831.02 Interfund Reimb - Glendale Interfund Reimb - County Attorney/DSS Interfund Reimb - SJTA/TANF Interfund Reimb - SJTA/DSS-Youth Interfund Reimb - SJTA/DSS-Food Stamps Interfund Reimb - DA/CPS Interfund Reimb - DA/DWI Interfund Reimb - DA/DSS Fraud Interfund Reimb - PHS/Sr. & LTC Services Interfund Reimb. - Health/DSS (Sr & LTC) Interfund Reimburse - CWSN/EI Eval Interfund Reimb - Veteran's/DSS Interfund Reimb - ASSCC Rent Adjustment Interfund Reimb - Engineering/Health Interfund Reimburse - EI MA-Admin/DSS Interfund Reimb - IS Records/DSS Interfund Reimb - IS Records/PHS Interfund Reimb - IS/Various Interfund Reimb - PH Preventive/C.W.S.N. Interfund Reimb - Jail/DSS Juvenile Transports Interfund Reimb - Prob.-Juvenile/DSS JD Transports Interfund Transfers-Capital Interfund Transfer-Debt Service Total A-Interfund Revenues & Transfers: Actual Revenues 2012 0 739,376 1,039,380 41,432 55,375 0 23,106 23,030 13,565 0 0 94,869 25,410 4,136 40,661 55,279 7,696 543,890 26,000 5,346 11,607 25,000 0 5,714,345 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 717,935 785,000 1,133,979 46,350 55,700 163,400 32,260 24,000 10,198 44,376 9,096 148,300 29,100 3,000 40,000 62,000 16,000 540,000 24,571 4,500 0 404,705 407,078 7,812,506 Manager Recommended 2014 757,500 800,000 1,179,371 46,350 55,700 172,000 32,260 23,500 9,650 44,376 0 20,000 0 3,000 40,000 62,000 16,000 560,000 26,000 5,000 12,000 200,000 0 7,289,739 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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1420 6221 6242 6223 1165 1165 1165 4012 4012 4045 6510

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1440 4045 1621 1621 1621 4012 3150 3141 9710 9710

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-State Aid A3021 A3030.01 A3030.02 A3030.03 A3030.06 A3030.14 A3030.17 A3088.35 A3088.65 A3088.66 A3088.68 A3088.72 A3089 A3089.01 A3089.06 A3089.24 A3089.34 A3089.35 A3089.44 A3089.45 A3089.54 A3089.55 A3089.56 A3089.57 Court Facilities Reimbursement District Attorney Violence Against Women Grant Crimes Victims Grant Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Team Grant Project Impact - D.A. Crimes Against Revenue Grant Public Safety-LEPC Grant Public Safety-Aid to Prosecution Public Safety-Aid to Defense Public Safety-Alternatives Coordinator Public Safety-Parole Violators Parks & Recreation Grant Motor Vehicle Theft Program Assigned Counsel Plan State Homeland Security Program-2006 State Homeland Security Program - 2007 State Law Enforcement Program - 2007 State Homeland Security Program - 2008 State Law Enforcement Program - 2008 State Homeland Security Program - 2009 State Law Enforcement Program - 2009 Public Works Shared Services Planning Grant State Homeland Security Program - 2010 1620 1165 1165 1165 1165 1165 1165 3640 1165 1171 1171 1171 7189 1165 1174 3640 3640 3640 3640 3640 3640 3640 1490 3640 490,256 54,864 79,350 176,808 143,125 234,802 100,000 2,267 35,029 10,996 25,428 0 6,770 44,857 549,403 1,762 16,915 5,140 9,540 7,677 139,388 21,458 44,966 107,698 500,000 59,989 77,482 172,915 144,643 258,400 100,000 5,500 42,700 15,800 30,535 1,500 15,000 45,000 617,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 161,678 500,000 66,089 74,200 172,915 144,643 258,400 100,000 6,500 42,700 15,800 30,537 1,500 15,000 0 617,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A3089.58 A3089.59 A3089.60 A3089.61 A3089.62 A3277 A3277.11 A3310.01 A3310.08 A3310.14 A3310.16 A3310.17 A3310.19 A3310.20 A3320.14 A3320.15 A3321 A3330 A3372.01 A3372.02 A3389.01 A3401.02 A3401.10 A3401.15 A3401.16 State Law Enforcement Program - 2010 State Homeland Security Program -2011 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Prog - 2011 State Homeland Security Program-2012 State Law Enforcement Terrorism Program-2012 Children with Special Needs CPSE Administration Probation Services Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant DPCA Shared Population Grant Interlock Grant Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Supervision & Treatment Srv - Juvenile Program Domestic Violence High Risk Team Project Impact - Enhancement - FIO Project Impact - Probation Local Enhanced Wireless 911 Program Security Services-Court Facilities Long Term Care Sr. & LTC Services Correction Services - Breakfast/Lunch Programs Public Health Services Immunization Grant Youth Tobacco Enforcement & Prevention Rabies-Prevention Services 3640 3640 3640 3640 3640 2960 2960 3140 1165 3140 3140 3141 3141 3140 3110 3140 3021 1162 6773 6772 3150 4009 4012 4090 4012 Actual Revenues 2012 24,557 0 0 0 0 3,723,349 60,700 607,291 132,579 23,755 20,295 43,334 100,098 0 34,800 79,287 75,520 84,678 431,364 508,776 35,198 907,412 64,891 53,136 9,385 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 30,739 186,777 44,149 46,000 36,000 4,420,000 60,000 614,769 55,492 23,505 0 88,158 83,700 0 34,800 81,400 0 129,180 425,488 510,000 43,000 650,160 67,589 49,509 5,850 Manager Recommended 2014 40,000 246,000 90,000 136,000 34,800 4,280,000 60,000 607,291 55,492 22,338 21,821 31,500 88,511 23,373 34,800 81,400 75,000 106,000 425,488 523,600 35,000 933,900 69,389 48,420 8,650 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A3401.17 A3401.25 A3401.26 A3401.41 A3446 A3449 A3486 A3486.03 A3490.01 A3490.02 A3490.06 A3490.07 A3490.09 A3490.100 A3490.102 A3601 A3609 A3610.04 A3610.08 A3610.12 A3619 A3619.01 A3623 A3640 A3642 Rabies-Environmental Services HIV Reporting/Partner Notification Grant Water Quality Program Comprehensive Cancer Support Grant Physically Handicapped Children Early Intervention Narcotic Addiction Control Narcotic Addiction Control - Admin. Mental Health Services Mental Health MRDD Mental Health Services - Children & Youth Mental Health Services - Admin. MRDD - Admin Mental Health Services - Prior Year Mental Health MRDD - Prior Year Medical Assistance Family Assistance Social Service Administration TANF - Domestic Violence Transition to Employment Grant Foster Care Foster Care Block Grant Juvenile Delinquent Care Safety Net Emergency Aid for Adults 4090 4012 4090 4009 4046 4059 4230 4310 4322 4324 4322 4310 4310 4322 4322 6101 6109 6010 6010 6010 6119 6119 6123 6140 6142 Actual Revenues 2012 1,132 52,239 67,070 0 539 267,760 1,912,789 50,309 2,667,350 39,561 254,679 87,314 48,536 (21,309) 893 (197,671) 1,601 2,047,612 0 0 1,707,125 6,331,549 282,175 1,548,632 188,548 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 1,350 51,845 82,547 135,000 1,000 392,000 1,760,415 50,309 2,604,415 39,561 254,680 167,000 47,500 0 0 (250,000) 2,000 2,185,600 4,250 15,000 1,760,000 5,300,000 419,000 1,588,000 219,250 Manager Recommended 2014 1,350 51,845 80,900 90,000 0 388,000 1,723,113 50,000 2,652,060 39,561 254,679 167,000 48,000 0 0 (280,000) 2,000 1,799,000 0 0 1,715,000 5,600,000 416,500 1,695,000 229,500 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A3655.01 A3670.01 A3710 A3732.03 A3789 A3820.01 A3820.02 A3820.03 A3820.06 A3960 A3990 A3997.03 Child Care - Facilitated Enrollment Grant Child Protective Services Veterans NY Youth Works Program T-3 Weights & Measures Youth-Services & Recreation Youth-SDPP Youth-Administration Runaway Homeless Youth Act Emergency Disaster Assistance Recycling Education Grant Hazardous Material Grant Total A-State Aid: 6055 6070 6510 6235 6610 7310 7310 7310 7310 Actual Revenues 2012 1,193,939 6,075,298 12,793 125,300 6,661 48,294 33,032 11,313 15,088 26,572 55,014 36,327 34,306,968 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 150,000 5,864,000 8,654 0 7,250 48,294 33,032 11,314 15,088 0 17,287 44,750 32,964,798 Manager Recommended 2014 375,000 6,099,000 12,793 0 6,600 48,795 33,033 11,422 15,323 0 0 44,750 33,554,281 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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8020 8020

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

A-Federal Aid A4089 A4089.08 A4089.09 A4089.10 A4089.12 A4089.14 A4089.16 A4089.17 A4089.18 A4089.22 A4089.23 A4089.24 A4089.25 A4305 A4401.01 A4401.02 A4401.03 A4401.06 A4401.07 A4401.20 A4401.29 A4401.36 A4401.37 A4401.38 Emergency Shelter Grant DEA Task Force State Criminal Alien Assist. Program Jail Medical Reimbursements Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) - 2009 JAG Stimulus Grant (ARRA) Drug Reform Act Grant (ARRA) STOP VAWA Grant (ARRA) Safe Streets Gang Task Force Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) - 2010 Interest Subsidy-Recovery Zone Bonds Operation Gun Halt (ARRA) H.A.V.A. Reimbursement Emergency Management Bioterrorism Grant Cities Readiness Initiative LEAD Grant Racial & Ethnic Approach to Comm Health Initia Sodium Awareness Initiative Children with Special Health Care Needs Healthy Families Grant Healthy Neighborhood Grant Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention Pilot Project CDC Strategic Alliance for Health Grant 8040 3110 3150 3151 3640 1165 1165 1165 1165 3640 9710 1165 1450 3640 4012 4012 4012 4009 4009 4045 4015 4090 4090 4009 13,114 17,202 33,646 16,229 42,292 6,634 14,584 4,621 18,879 64,600 65,230 39,159 0 64,746 120,244 49,041 64,657 190,222 128,038 25,042 517,304 66,088 204,214 120,792 0 17,202 45,000 60,000 0 0 0 0 17,200 0 62,000 19,000 8,000 59,512 97,814 56,430 58,442 0 111,000 20,825 564,220 67,830 250,180 0 0 17,202 40,000 75,000 0 0 0 0 17,200 0 54,000 0 0 60,369 92,923 56,430 58,442 0 0 20,825 564,220 67,830 220,020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A4401.39 A4401.40 A4451 A4482 A4486.01 A4489 A4490.01 A4510.03 A4510.06 A4510.07 A4601 A4609.01 A4610 A4610.01 A4611 A4615 A4619 A4619.01 A4619.02 A4640 A4641 A4655 A4670.02 A4670.03 A4670.04 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Office of Homeland Security Grant Early Intervention Administration Grant Women, Infant & Children Program Narcotic Addiction Control - Fed Revenue Sharing Medicaid Stimulus Aid Mental Health Services - Fed Revenue Sharing Buckle Up New York NYS Child Passenger Safety Program Rural Enforcement Medical Assistance TANF Social Service Administration Child Support Administration (ARRA) Food Stamp Program Administration F.F.F.S. Foster Care Child Care-Foster Care (ARRA) Child Care-Adoption Subsidy (ARRA) Federal Aid - Home Relief Home Energy Assistance Program Child Care Block Grant Title XX IV B Planning Title XX, AP/DV 4012 4012 4045 4013 4310 6102 4310 3110 3110 3110 6101 6109 6010 6010 6010 6109 6119 6119 6119 6140 6141 6055 6070 6070 6070 Actual Revenues 2012 33,464 32,859 97,656 634,535 0 (198,765) 200,000 2,790 2,888 7,000 (196,840) 6,508,437 4,271,610 203,549 964,344 6,970,673 4,963,000 89,292 53,595 112,677 279,490 5,266,140 194,904 272,151 538,934 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 18,173 0 52,000 682,716 8,000 0 210,000 2,790 3,500 7,000 (250,000) 7,378,000 4,655,600 0 1,100,000 7,140,000 4,885,000 0 0 53,000 295,000 5,400,000 194,000 278,000 538,000 Manager Recommended 2014 0 0 52,000 606,935 8,000 0 215,000 0 5,000 7,500 (242,500) 10,113,000 4,231,000 0 1,065,000 7,176,000 5,088,000 0 0 100,000 220,000 5,467,000 130,000 270,000 530,000 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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General Fund Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit A4750 A4772.01 A4772.03 A4793 A4960 A4960.01 A4960.03 A4997.02 WIA Title V Senior Training Program Sr. & LTC Services TANF Summer Youth Program Emergency Disaster Assistance National Emergency Grant OJT-National Emergency Grant FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Total A-Federal Aid: TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES Surplus Appropriation - Prior Year Encumbrances - Unrestricted Funds - Retirement Incentive Savings Balance of Appropriation to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy Total Revenue, Appropriated Surplus & Real Estate Tax Levy 6251 6772 6772 6226 Actual Revenues 2012 966,503 28,288 708,574 144,740 79,716 559,646 0 4,482 35,682,910 191,517,700 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 1,076,058 36,000 674,000 180,120 0 0 52,000 0 36,183,612 193,380,205 Manager Recommended 2014 1,165,062 27,000 646,000 180,120 0 0 52,000 0 38,456,578 196,573,111 Budget Adopted 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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6234 6236 3640

874,130 5,011,406 400,000 50,966,635 250,632,376 4,747,451 0 52,132,607 253,453,169 0 0 0 0

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Glendale Home Fund Revenue
Administrative Unit Actual Revenue 2012 Budget as Modified 5/1/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

C1650 C1651

Department Income Billings for Patient Services Billing for Pharmacy Services Use of Money and Property Interest and Earnings Commissions Miscellaneous Gifts & Donations Miscellaneous Interfund Revenues Interfund Reimbursement of Expenses TOTAL GLENDALE HOME FUND REVENUES Surplus Appropriation - Prior Year Encumbrances Balance of Appropriation to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy

18,273,234 0

18,929,689 217,384

18,594,572 255,000

0

C2401 C2450

21,333 287

21,500 300

20,600 300

0 0

C2705 C2770

2,099 19,964

1,000 12,750

1,000 0

0 0

C2801

833,656 19,150,573

454,776 19,637,399

223,835 19,095,307

0 0

114,190 7,881,676 27,633,265

0 7,487,021 26,582,328

0 0 0

Total Revenue, Appropriated Surplus & Real Estate Tax Levy

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County Roads Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

D-Charges to Other Governments D2302 Snow Removal & Other Services Total D-Charges to Other Governments: D-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss D2680 Insurance Recoveries Total D-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss: D-Miscellaneous D2590 Permits Total D-Miscellaneous: D-State Aid D3501 D3960 Consolidated Local Highway Assistance Emergency Disaster Assistance Total D-State Aid: D-Interfund Revenues & Transfers D2801 Interfund Reimbursement Total D-Interfund Revenues & Transfers: 5010 282,003 282,003 714,000 714,000 592,000 592,000 0 0 5010 1,378,904 59,521 1,438,425 1,378,904 0 1,378,904 1,845,674 0 1,845,674 0 0 0 5010 14,440 14,440 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 0 0 5010 8,137 8,137 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 0 0 5010 913,218 913,218 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,170,000 1,170,000 0 0

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County Roads Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

TOTAL COUNTY ROAD FUND REVENUE Surplus Appropriation - Prior Year Encumbrances - Unrestricted Funds

2,656,223

3,265,904

3,630,674

0

0 225,240 500,000 0

Balance of Appropriation to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy Total Revenue, Appropriated Surplus & Real Estate Tax Levy

4,737,281 8,228,425

4,491,462 8,622,136

0 0

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Road Machinery Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

E-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss E2650 E2655 E2680 Sale of Scrap & Excess Materials Minor Sales Insurance Recoveries Total E-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss: E-Interfund Revenues & Transfers E2801 E2853 Interfund Revenues Interfund Transfers - Capital Fund Total E-Interfund Revenues & Transfers: E-Charges to Other Governments E2300 Public Works Services - Other Governments Total E-Charges to Other Governments: E-Federal Aid E4960 Emergency Disaster Assistance Total E-Federal Aid: E-State Aid E3960 Emergency Disaster Assistance Total E-State Aid: 5130 1,204,825 1,204,825 1,205,000 1,205,000 1,241,000 1,241,000 0 0 5130 5130 2,096,372 466,302 2,562,674 3,550,000 0 3,550,000 3,495,000 0 3,495,000 0 0 0 5130 5130 5130 0 7,246 49,129 56,375 20,000 7,000 4,000 31,000 20,000 8,000 10,000 38,000 0 0 0 0

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78,638 78,638

0 0

0 0

0 0

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26,213 26,213

0 0

0 0

0 0

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Road Machinery Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

TOTAL ROAD MACHINERY FUND REVENUE Surplus Appropriation - Prior Year Encumbrances - Unrestricted Funds

3,928,725

4,786,000

4,774,000

0

350,688 292,680 250,000 0

Balance of Appropriation to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy Total Revenue, Appropriated Surplus & Real Estate Tax Levy

0 5,429,368

59,303 5,083,303

0 0

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Library Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

L-Departmental Income L2081 L2082 L2083 Central Library Services Fines & Other Fees Other Charges Total L-Departmental Income: L-Use of Money & Property L2450 Commissions Total L-Use of Money & Property: L-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss L2650 Sale of Scrap & Excess Materials Total L-Sale of Property & Compensation for Loss: L-Miscellaneous L2701 L2705 L2705.01 Refunds Prior Year Expense Gifts & Donations Board of Trustees Grant and Donation Fund Total L-Miscellaneous: L-State Aid L3840.01 Libraries Total L-State Aid: 7410 38,351 38,351 38,000 38,000 38,000 38,000 0 0 7410 7410 7410 3,612 0 0 3,612 5,600 50,000 0 55,600 4,000 50,000 50,000 104,000 0 0 0 0 7410 901 901 400 400 400 400 0 0 7410 0 0 25 25 0 0 0 0 7410 7410 7410 83,954 137,875 33,684 255,513 90,000 150,000 35,000 275,000 85,000 167,000 35,000 287,000 0 0 0 0

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Library Revenue
AdminiStrative Unit Actual Revenues 2012 Budget as Modified 05/01/2013 Manager Recommended 2014 Budget Adopted 2014

TOTAL LIBRARY FUND REVENUES Surplus Appropriation - Prior Year Encumbrances - Unrestricted Funds

298,377

369,025

429,400

0

8,176 308,000 200,000 0

Balance of Appropriation to be Raised by Real Estate Tax Levy Total Revenue, Appropriated Surplus & Real Estate Tax Levy

4,698,454 5,383,655

4,620,905 5,250,305

0 0

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APPENDIX A EXEMPTION IMPACT REPORTS

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