COUNTY OF LAKE, CALIFORNIA

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET Fiscal Year 2013-2014

BRASSFIELD ESTATE

COUNTY OF LAKE, CALIFORNIA
FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET Fiscal Year 2013-2014

RECOMMENDED BY: Matt Perry, County Administrative Officer Alan Flora, Deputy Administrative Officer Christopher Shaver, Deputy Administrative Officer

COMPILED BY: Cathy Saderlund, Auditor-Controller

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR FY 2013-2014 RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE POSITION ALLOCATION POSITION ALLOCATION FOR FY 2013-14

FINAL BUDGET FINANCING SOURCES CHART FINAL BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS CHART

ADJUSTMENT SUMMARY……………………………………………………………… A1-19 SUMMARY OF REVENUE ……………………………………………………….. A-2 SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS…………………………………………….. A-8 REVENUE ADJUSTMENTS BY BUDGET UNIT………………………………. A-14 APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENTS BY BUDGET UNIT…………………….. A-17

SUMMARY SCHEDULES SCHEDULE 1………………………………………………………………………. B-2 SCHEDULE 2………………………………………………………………………. B-3 SCHEDULE 3………………………………………………………………………. B-6 SCHEDULE 4……………………………………………………………………… B-9

SCHEDULE 12…………………………………………………………………….. B-13 SCHEDULE 13…………………………………………………………………….. B-15 SCHEDULE 14…………………………………………………………………….. B-18

NARRATIVES AND SCHEDULE 9/SCHEDULE 15 BU 1011 - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS…………………………………………….. C-1 BU 1012 - ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE……………………………………………… C-3 BU 1014 - CLERK TO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS………………………………. C-5 BU 1120 - NON DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE…………………………………….. C-7 BU 1121 - AUDITOR-CONTROLLER……………………………………………….. C-10

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BU 1122 - TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR………………………………………. C-13 BU 1123 - ASSESSOR……………………………………………………………….. C-15 BU 1124 - CENTRAL SERVICES……………………………………………………. C-17 BU 1231 - COUNTY COUNSEL……………………………………………………… C-19 BU 1341 - HUMAN RESOURCES…………………………………………………… C-21 BU 1451 - REGISTRAR OF VOTERS………………………………………………. C-23 BU 1671 - BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS…………………………………………… C-25 BU 1672 - LAKEBED MANAGEMENT (Fund 133)……………………………….. C-28 BU 1673 - LAKEBED SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Fund 179)……………………… C-31 BU 1674 – FLOOD CORRIDOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (Fund 136)….. BU 1761 - ANIMAL CONTROL SHELTER DEVELOPMENT & CONST. (Fund 961). C-32 C-33

BU 1778 - CAPITAL PROJECTS (Fund 978)…………………………………….. C-34 BU 1781 - SPECIAL PROJECTS………………………………………………….. C-36 BU 1796 - CDBG PI CPAITAL PROJECTS FUND (Fund 936)………………… C-41 BU 1890 - VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER…………………………………… C-42 BU 1891 - CDBG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANTS (Fund 91)………… BU 1892 - MARKETING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT……………………… C-44 C-45

BU 1901 - INSURANCE AND SURETY…………………………………………… C-49 BU 1903 - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (ADMIN.)…………………….. C-50

BU 1904 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY………………………………………. C-52 BU 1908 - ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION…………………………………… C-54 BU 1918 - GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE ROYALTIES (Fund 118)…………….. C-56

BU 2101 - TRIAL COURTS…………………………………………………………. C-59 BU 2106 - GRAND JURY……………………………………………………………. C-61 BU 2110 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY…………………………………………………. C-62 BU 2111 - PUBLIC DEFENDER……………………………………………………. C-66 BU 2112 - CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (Fund 107)…………………………… C-67

BU 2113 - VICTIM-WITNESS………………………………………………………. C-71 BU 2114 - DA GRANT PROGRAMS………………………………………………. C-73 BU 2115 - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS (Fund 180)………………….. C-74

BU 2116 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY-ASSET FORFEITURE (Fund 80)…………. C-75

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BU 2201 - SHERIFF-CORONER…………………………………………………… C-76 BU 2202 - CENTRAL DISPATCH………………………………………………….. C-80 BU 2203 - SHERIFF-MARIJUANA SUPPRESSION……………………………... C-83 BU 2204 - SHERIFF-COURT SECURITY…………………………………………. C-84 BU 2205 - SHERIFF-MARINE PATROL…………………………………………… C-86 BU 2206 - SHERIFF-RURAL & SMALL COUNTIES (Fund 194)……………….. C-88

BU 2207 - SHERIFF-CIVIL (Fund 191)…………………………………………….. C-90 BU 2208 - SHERIFF-BLOOD ALCOHOL (Fund 192)……………………………. C-91 BU 2209 - SHERIFF-HIGH TECHNOLOGY (Fund 193)………………………… C-91 BU 2210 - SHERIFF-STC (Fund 196)……………………………………………… C-92 BU 2212 - SHERIFF-AUTOMATED WARRANTS (Fund 195)………………….. C-93

BU 2213 - SHERIFF-DNA (Fund 189)……………………………………………… C-94 BU 2214 - SHERIFF-ASSET FORFEITURE (Fund 198)………………………… C-95 BU 2215 - SHERIFF-INMATE WELFARE (Fund 199)…………………………… C-96 BU 2216 - SHERIFF-POOL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (Fund 57)……………. C-97 BU 2217 - SHERIFF-PURSUIT VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (Fund 58)………… C-98 BU 2218 - SHERIFF-SEARCH & RESCUE (Fund 187)…………………………. C-99 BU 2220 - SHERIFF-POST (Fund 186)……………………………………………. C-100 BU 2221 - SHERIFF-LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT (Fund 181)…. C-101 BU 2301 - JAIL FACILITIES………………………………………………………… C-102 BU 2302 - PROBATION…………………………………………………………….. C-106 BU 2303 - JUVENILE HOME……………………………………………………….. C-110 BU 2304 - JAIL MEDICAL SERVICES……………………………………………... C-113 BU 2305 - SHERIFF-CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITIES (Fund 51)……………... C-114 BU 2601 - AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER…………………………………… C-115 BU 2602 - BUILDING AND SAFETY (Fund 109)…………………………………. C-118 BU 2604 - NUISANCE ABATEMENTS (Fund 188)……………………………….. C-121 BU 2701 - FISH AND GAME (Funds 131)…………………………………………. C-123 BU 2702 - PLANNING………………………………………………………………... C-124 BU 2703 - ANIMAL CARE & CONTROL…………………………………………… C-127 BU 2704 - EMERGENCY SERVICES……………………………………………… C-130 iii

BU 2707 – RECORDER……………………………………………………………… C-132 BU 2708 - RECORDER-MICROGRAPHICS (Fund 182)…………………………. C-134 BU 2709 - RECORDER-MODERNIZATION (Fund 183)…………………………. C-136 BU 2710 - RECORDER-VITALS & HEALTH STATISTICS (Fund 184)………… C-137 BU 2711 - SPAY-NEUTER PROGRAM (Fund 190)……………………………. C-138 BU 2714 - BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITY FUND (Fund 134)…………………….. C-140 BU 3011 - ROAD (Fund 98)………………………………………………………… C-141 BU 3062 to 3081 - SUBDIVISION/ROAD IMPROVEMENTS (Funds 962-977). C-148 BU 3122 - LAMPSON AIRPORT (Funds 132)…………………………………….. C-157 BU 3123 - LAMPSON FIELD CAPITAL PROJECTS (Funds 923)……………… C-159 BU 4010 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Fund 170)…………………………….. C-160 BU 4011 - PUBLIC HEALTH (Fund 170)…………………………………………… C-163 BU 4012 - HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (Fund 170)…………………………….. C-166 BU 4014 - MENTAL HEALTH (Fund 145)…………………………………………. C-169 BU 4015 - ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES (Fund 141)……………….. C-173 BU 4016 - TOBACCO EDUCATION (Fund 171)…………………………………. C-176 BU 4018 - ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES (Fund 142)…………………. C-177 BU 4121 - INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT (Fund 985)……………….. C-178 BU 5011 - SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (Fund 168)……………….. C-182 BU 5012 - SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Fund 168)………….. C-188 BU 5115 - OJT TRAINING (Fund 169)…………………………………………….. C-190 BU 5121 - GENERAL WELFARE (Fund 169)…………………………………….. C-192 BU 5164 - HOUSING ADMINISTRATION (Fund 90)…………………………….. C-194 BU 5165 - HOME HOUSING SERVICES (Fund 97)……………………………… C-197 BU 5166 - CDBG FUNDED HOUSING PROGRAMS (Fund 92)…………………C-198 BU 5168 - SENIOR CITIZENS PROGRAMS……………………………………… C-199 BU 5169 - HOUSING/HOME NEW GRANT (Fund 95)………………………….. C-200 BU 5281 - GENERAL RELIEF (Fund 169)……………………………………….. C-201 BU 5282 - IHSS PUBLIC AUTHORITY (Fund 161)……………………………… C-202 BU 5321 - VETERANS SERVICES………………………………………………… C-203 BU 6022 - LIBRARY (Fund 125)……………………………………………………. C-205 iv

BU 6023 - LIBRARY IMPROVEMENT (Fund 71)………………………………… C-208 BU 6131 - U.C. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION……………………………………. C-209 BU 7011 - PARKS AND RECREATION……………………………………………. C-211 BU 7073 - PARK DEVELOPMENT - QUIMBY (Fund 73)……………………….. C-215 BU 7201 - MUSEUM………………………………………………………………… C-216 BU 7202 - MUSEUM IMPROVEMENT FUND (Fund 70)………………………… C- 218 BU 7999 - CONTINGENCIES………………………………………………………. C-219 BU 8101 - FLOOD ZONE #1 (Fund 201)…………………………………………… C-220 BU 8104 - FLOOD ZONE #4 (Fund 204)………………………………………….. C-221 BU 8105 - FLOOD ZONE #5 (Fund 205)…………………………………………... C-222 BU 8107 - FLOOD/LAKEBED ADMINISTRATION (Fund 207)………………….. C-223 BU 8108 - UPPER MIDDLE CREEK BASIN (Fund 208)…………………………. C-226 BU 8109 - FLOOD CONTROL & WATER CONSERVATION (Fund 200)…….. C-227 BU 8210, 8211, 8212, 8213, 8216, 8217 8218, 8219, 8461 - LIGHTING DISTRICTS (Funds 210-261)…………………. C- 230 BU 8351 - LANDS END (Fund 251)………………………………………………… C-239 BU 8352 - CORINTHIAN BAY (Fund 252)………………………………………… C-240 BU 8353 - MIDDLETOWN SEWER (Fund 253)………………………………….. C-241 BU 8354 - LAKE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT-SOUTHEAST REGIONAL SYSTEM (Fund 254)………………………………………………… C-243 BU 8355 - LAKE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT-NORTHWEST REGIONAL SYSTEM (Fund 255)………………………………………………… C-246 BU 8460 - SPRING VALLEY-CAMPGROUND (Fund 260)……………………… C-249 BU 8462 - SPRING VALLEY (Fund 262)………………………………………….. C-251 BU 8463 - TWIN LAKES, CSA #3 (Fund 263)…………………………………….. C-253 BU 8461, 8464, 8465, 8468, 8469, 8470,8471, 8472, 8483 thru 8492 CSA #23 - ROAD BENEFIT ZONES……………………………………………… C-254 BU 8466 - FINLEY (Fund 266)……………………………………………………… C-264 BU 8467 - BONANZA SPRINGS (Fund 267)……………………………………… C-266 BU 8473 - KONO TAYEE (Fund 273)……………………………………………… C-268 BU 8476 - PARADISE VALLEY (Fund 276)………………………………………. C-270 v

BU 8478 - STARVIEW (Fund 278)…………………………………………………. C-272 BU 8480 - SODA BAY (Fund 280)………………………………………………….. C-274 BU 8481 - NORTH LAKEPORT (Fund 281)………………………………………. C-276 BU 8482 - MT. HANNAH (Fund 282)……………………………………………… C-278 BU 8593 - KELSEYVILLE WATERWORKS (Fund 293)………………………… C-280 BU 8695 - SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADMINISTRATION (Fund 295)……………… C-283 BU 8798 - AIR CONTROL OFFICER=S SPECIAL REVENUE (Fund 298)…….. C-287 BU 8799 - AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (Fund 299)……………… C-288 BU 8826 – REDEVELOPMENT OBLIGATION (Fund 126)……………………… C-292 BU 8894 – REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING SUCCESSOR AGENCY (Fund 938) .. . C-293 BU 9905 - ISF-CENTRAL GARAGE (Fund 905)……………………………………C-294 BU 9907 - ISF-HEAVY EQUIPMENT (Fund 907)…………………………………. C-296 BU 9911 - ISF-FLEET MAINTENANCE (Fund 911)………………………………. C-298 BU 9917 - ISF-EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELNESS (Fund 917)……………. C-300 BU 9918 - ISF-UNEMPLOYMENT (Fund 918)…………………………………….. C-301 BU 9919 - ISF-PUBLIC LIABILITY (Fund 919)…………………………………….. C-302 BU 9920 - ISF-WORKERS COMPENSATION (Fund 920)………………………. C-303

CAPITAL ASSET LIST……………………………………………………………………… CA-1

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF LAKE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA RESOLUTION NO. _____________ RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-14
WHEREAS, the Recommended Budget of the County of Lake, State of California, for the fiscal year 2013-14 has been prepared and made available to the public in accordance with State law and notice was published specifying the time and place of the hearing on the Recommended Budget for the purpose of adopting the FY 2013-14 Budget in the manner required by Sections 29065 and 29066 of the Government Code; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors held public hearings for the discussion and consideration of the FY 2013-14 Final Recommended Budget; the public hearings having commenced on September 10, 2013 and concluded September 10, 2013; and WHEREAS, the FY 2013-14 Final Recommended Budget document is in the possession of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors and is a public record of the Board of Supervisors actions relative thereto. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Lake, State of California, that: 1. The budget, as increased, modified and revised during the public hearing is hereby adopted as the Fiscal Year 2013-14 Budget for the County of Lake and the Special Districts and Agencies governed by the Board of Supervisors. The FY 2013-14 Budget, as adopted by this Board, includes appropriations for each budget unit which is comprised of the respective total for each of the objects and sub-objects of the expenditures listed in the Final Recommended Budget as amended by the Board of Supervisors during budget hearings. 2. The Budget document presently consists of the FY 2013-14 Final Recommended Budget and the record of the budget hearings which summarizes the actions and decisions of the Lake County Board of Supervisors in making adjustments to the Final Recommend Budget, all of which are on file with the Clerk of the Board. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Budget documents on file with the Clerk of the Board being adopted by this resolution contain the following information: Appropriations by objects and sub-objects of expenditure within each budget. Other financing uses by budget unit. Intra-fund transfers by budget unit. Residual equity transfers-out by fund. Appropriations for contingencies, by fund. Provisions for non-spendable, restricted, committed and assigned fund balances reserves and designations, by fund and purpose. g. The means of financing the budget requirements. a. b. c. d. e. f.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the FY 2013-14 Budget Appropriations are as summarized below:

Salaries and Benefits: Services and Supplies: Other Charges: Fixed Assets: Construction in Progress: Other Financing Uses: Contingencies: Total

$68,062,007 62,970,980 25,980,180 5,111,219 25,546,758 -4,059,224 4,158,517 $187,770,437

The means of financing the expenditure program in the FY 2013-14 Budget shall be by funds derived from estimated revenue, fund balance carry-over and adjustments to reserves and designations as approved by the Board during budget hearings and contained within the budget documents on file with the Clerk of the Board. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board directs that fiscal control of the FY 2013-14 Budget be maintained by sub-object and authorizes the County Administrative Officer to exercise administrative controls as he deems necessary, and that the County Administrative Officer is designated as having authority to approve transfers and revisions of appropriations within any budget unit pursuant to Section 29125 of the Government Code; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board authorizes the County Auditor-Controller to make minor adjustments to revenues and obligated fund balances as necessary to the extent that the actual unreserved fund balance carryover amounts from the prior year differ from the amounts estimated in the FY 2013-14 Recommended Budget. THIS RESOLUTION WAS PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Lake at a meeting thereof on September 10, 2013, by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSENT OR NOT VOTING: COUNTY OF LAKE ______________________________ Chairman, Board of Supervisors

ATTEST:

MATT PERRY County Administrative Officer & Clerk of the Board

APPROVED AS TO FORM: ANITA L. GRANT County Counsel

By:

__________________________

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF LAKE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA RESOLUTION NO. _____________ RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING NEW CLASSIFICATIONS AND POSITION ALLOCATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-14 TO CONFORM TO THE ADOPTED BUDGET WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has conducted budget hearings for Fiscal Year 2013-14; and WHEREAS, during said hearings, the classifications and allocated positions in each County department were approved. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Lake, State of California, that it finds, determines, and hereby declares as follows: A. B. That positions allocated in each budget unit shall be as delineated on Attachment A to this resolution. That the following new classifications, with associated salaries, are hereby established in the County’s classification plan:
Class Code
2-0265 4-2045

Title
Deputy County Counsel IV Planner Aide

Grade
B31 B17

C.

That unless otherwise noted on Attachment A, said position allocations shall be effective September 10, 2013.

This resolution was passed and adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Lake at a meeting thereof on September 10, 2013 by the following vote: AYES: NOES: ABSENT OR NOT VOTING: COUNTY OF LAKE

______________________________ Chairman, Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Matt Perry Clerk of the Board APPROVED AS TO FORM: ANITA L. GRANT County Counsel _____________________________

By:

__________________________

POSITION ALLOCATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

Attachment A

Budget Unit No. and Name 1011 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Chairman, Board of Supervisors Member, Board of Supervisors

Class Code No. 0- 1501 0- 1502

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 4.000 5.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 4.000 5.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 4.000 5.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 4.000 5.000

1012 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE County Administrative Officer Chief Deputy County Administrative Officer Deputy County Administrative Officer I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior/Deputy CAO I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior Accountant II (Confidential) Administrative Assistant Secretary I - Confidential *Underfilled by Deputy CAO I/II/III **Transferred from BU 1014 effective Aug 21, 2013. 1014 CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Asst Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Secretary I - Confidential *Reduced to 1/2 time effective Dec 21, 2013. **Transferred to BU 1012 effective Aug 21, 2013. 1121 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER Auditor-Controller/County Clerk Assistant Auditor-Controller Property Tax Coordinator I/II/III Payroll Coordinator Accountant -Auditor I/II/III Senior Accounting Technician Accounting Technician/ Senior Accounting Technician Accounting Technician

1- 2001 1- 2002 1- 2008/2003/2009 2- 2069/2004/2002; 1- 2008/2003/2009 2- 2069/2004/2002 2- 0032 2- 0455 2- 2033

1.000 1.000 * 1.000 0.000 0.900 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.900

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 6.000

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 6.000

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 ** 7.000

2- 2087 2- 2033

1.000 1.000 2.000

1.000 1.000 2.000

1.000 1.000 2.000

0.500 * 0.000 ** 0.500

01334444-

0280 0286 0035/0036/0037 0029 0026/0027/0028 2213 0014/2213 0014

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 11.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 11.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 4.000 1.000 11.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 4.000 1.000 11.000

1122 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR Treasurer-Tax Collector Chief Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector Collections Supervisor Accountant I/II Collections Assistant Accounting Technician Senior Accounting Technician Office Aide/Account Clerk I/II

01444444-

1360 1370 0033 0031/0032 0034 0014 2213 2078/0011/0012

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 2.000 10.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 2.000 10.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 11.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 2.000 10.000

1123 ASSESSOR Assessor-Recorder Chief Deputy Assessor-Recorder-Valuations Appraiser, Supervising Cadastral Mapping Specialist Auditor-Appraiser I/II/III Appraiser Aide/Appraiser I/II/III Deputy Assessor-Recorder IV Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III Assessor-Recorder Assistant

013444444-

0190 0360 0174 2210 0270/0271/0272 0170/0171/0172/0173 2223 2220/2221/2222 2002

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600

1124 CENTRAL SERVICES Mail Clerk

4- 2068

0.750 0.750

0.750 0.750

0.750 0.750

0.750 0.750

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Attachment A

Budget Unit No. and Name 1231 COUNTY COUNSEL County Counsel Senior Deputy County Counsel Deputy County Counsel I/II/III/IV Deputy County Counsel I/II/III Risk Analyst I Legal Secretary III (Confidential) Legal Secretary II (Confidential) *1 position allocated until retirement of incumbent. 1341 HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Human Resources Director Deputy Human Resources Director I/II Human Resources Analyst I/II Human Resources Technician Secretary II (confidential) Office Assistant I/II (confidential)

Class Code No. 12222220520 0264 0261/0262/0263/0265 0261/0262/0263 2005 2014 2072

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 0.000 * 4.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000

112222-

1525 1522/1523 2008/2009 2006 2003 2007

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1451 ELECTIONS Registrar of Voters Deputy Registrar of Voters Elections Assistant II (3/5-time) Elections Assistant I (3/5 time)

1144-

2111 2112 0383 0382

1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200

1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200

1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200

1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200

1671 BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS Facilities Maintenance Superintendent Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III/Technician

1- 2017 5- 0812/0813/0814/0816

1.000 5.000 6.000

1.000 5.000 6.000

1.000 5.000 6.000

1.000 5.000 6.000

1781 SPECIAL PROJECTS Deputy County Administrative Officer-Special Projects I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior

1- 2012/2013/2014 2- 2069/2004/2002

1.000 1.000 * 2.000

1.000 1.000 * 2.000

1.000 0.000 1.000

1.000 ** 0.000 1.000

*Position unfunded for 6 months. **Position to be eliminated up completion of Lucerne Castle renovation, approximately Nov 1, 2013. 1890 VISITOR CENTER Visitor Center Manager Office Assistant III (4/5) *Position shared with BU 7201. 1892 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Deputy Co. Admin. Officer - Econ. Development I/II/III

3- 2003 4- 2042

1.000 0.800 * 1.800

1.000 0.800 * 1.800

1.000 0.800 * 1.800

1.000 0.800 * 1.800

1- 2004/2010/2011

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

0.000 0.000

0.000 0.000

1903 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Director Assistant Public Works Director Secretary III Office Assistant II Public Works Analyst Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Public Works Service Technician I/II *Full-time positions shared with BU 8107

11443444-

0800 0799 2036 2009 0802 0031/0032 2213 2225/2226

0.750 * 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 1.000 1.000 0.000 * 1.000 6.250

0.750 * 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 0.000 6.250

0.750 * 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 0.000 6.250

0.750 * 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 0.000 6.250

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Attachment A

Budget Unit No. and Name 1904 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information Technology Director Systems Analyst Programmer Analyst I/II Info. Technology Specialist I/II/III-Network Admin Info. Technology Specialist I/II/III-Database Admin Information Technology Specialist I/II/III-Website Support & Development Information Technology Technician I/II/III/Senior Geographic Information Systems Specialist I/II Information Technology Assistant

Class Code No. 144442110 1151 1158/1159 1142/1143/1144 1139/1140/1141

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 0.500 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 12.500

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 0.500 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 12.500

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

4- 1136/1137/1138 4- 1156/1157/1149/1150 4- 2206/2304 4- 2305

1908 ENGINEERING & INSPECTION DIVISION Principal Civil Engineer Assistant Engineer I/II/Associate Civil Engineer Engineering Technician II/Assistant Engineer I/II/ Associate Civil Engineer Construction Engineer Special Projects Engineer Engineering Technician I/II Right-of-Way Agent/Airport Ops Coordinator Right-of-Way Agent/Airport Ops Coordinator I/II County Surveyor Survey Technician I/II

1- 2027 4- 0407/0408/0420 5- 0732; 4-0407/ 0408/0420 34555150421 2230 0731/0732 2104 2102/2103 0610 0734/0735

1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 11.000

2110 DISTRICT ATTORNEY District Attorney Chief Deputy District Attorney-Criminal Division Chief District Attorney Investigator Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/ Senior District Attorney Investigator I/II District Attorney Investigator Aide District Attorney Administrative Coordinator Office Manager Legal Secretary III Legal Secretary I/II Office Assistant III Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II

0178164134444-

0680 0526 0853 0521/0522/0523/0527 0851/0852 2236 2067 0683 2014 2031/2072 2042 2078/2009/2007

1.000 1.000 1.000 12.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 32.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 12.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 32.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 13.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 33.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 13.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 33.000

2112 CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES Director of Child Support Services Child Support Attorney I/II/III/Senior Deputy Director of Child Support Services Staff Services Manager Child Support Information Systems Analyst I/II Child Support Officer, Supervising Staff Services Analyst I/II Child Support Special Programs Coordinator Child Support Legal Process Server Child Support Officer I/II/III Legal Secretary III Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Child Support Assistant III Child Support Assistant I/II Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II

1811434444444444-

0525 0531/0532/0533/0534 2108 1526 1163/1165 2101 0723/0725 2123 0009 2066/2032/2120 2014 2213 0014 2142 2066/2032 2078/2009/2007

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 12.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 3.000 2.000 34.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 12.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 3.000 2.000 34.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 35.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 35.000

2113 VICTIM-WITNESS ASSISTANCE Victim Witness Program Administrator Victim Advocate, Senior Victim Advocate I/II, Spousal Abuse Victim Advocate I/II

1444-

0566 2093 2094 2091/2092

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000

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Budget Unit No. and Name 2201 SHERIFF-CORONER Sheriff-Coroner Undersheriff Captain-Sworn Lieutenant Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II Deputy Sheriff I/II (school resource officers) Emergency Services Coordinator Sheriff-Coroner Administrative Manager Civilian Coroner Civil Unit Coordinator Secretary II Secretary I Evidence Tech Law Enforcement Records Technician III Law Enforcement Records Technician I/II Account Clerk I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior

Class Code No. 07771616163146444444441230 0950 0951 0953 1220 0631/0632 0631/0632 1600 2105 2038 1165 2003 2033 2018 2017 2015/2016 0011/0012 0031/0032 2213

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 2.000 * 5.000 ** 8.000 41.000 ** 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 70.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 2.000 * 5.000 ** 8.000 41.000 ** 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 71.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 44.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 6.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 80.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 41.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 72.000

* *** ** #

*One position is unfunded. **Two positions are unfunded. ***Three positions are unfunded #Approval to hire is pending receipt of funding from school districts. 2202 SHERIFF - CENTRAL DISPATCH Central Dispatch Manager Assistant Dispatch Manager Supervising Communications Operator Communications Operator I/II

1666-

2104 2104 2036 2034/2033

1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000

2204 SHERIFF-COURT SECURITY Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II *One position unfunded. 2205 MARINE PATROL Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II *Two positions unfunded 2301 JAIL FACILITIES Correctional Captain Correctional Lieutenant Correctional Sergeant Correctional Officer I/II Correctional Aide Accounting Technician Law Enforcement Records Technician III Law Enforcement Records Technician I/II Cook Food Services Supervisor Correctional Facilities Maintenance Technician Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III *This allocation will be reduced to five (5) upon the next vacancy. **One position unfunded.

16- 1220 16- 0631/0632

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 * 4.000

16- 1220 16- 0631/0632

1.000 2.000 * 3.000

1.000 2.000 * 3.000

1.000 2.000 3.000

1.000 2.000 * 3.000

116664444455-

2101 2103 1222 2038/2039 2210 0014 2017 2015/2016 0016 2037 0817 0812/0813/0814

1.000 1.000 6.000 * 49.000 11.000 ** 2.000 1.000 3.000 4.000 ** 1.000 1.000 1.000 81.000

1.000 1.000 6.000 * 49.000 11.000 ** 2.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 ** 1.000 1.000 1.000 80.000

1.000 1.000 6.000 * 50.000 11.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 78.000

1.000 1.000 6.000 * 49.000 ** 11.000 ** 2.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 77.000

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Budget Unit No. and Name 2302 PROBATION OFFICER - JUVENILE COURT Chief Probation Officer Assistant Chief Probation Officer Chief Deputy Probation Officer I/II Senior Deputy Probation Officer Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III Probation Aide Probation Administrative Manager I/II Probation Supervising Analyst Staff Services Analyst I/II Legal Secretary III Legal Secretary I/II Office Assistant III Welfare Fraud Investigator- Supervisor Welfare Fraud Investigator/Trainee *This allocation will be reduced to three (3) upon the next vacancy. **This allocation will be reduced to two (2) upon the next vacancy. *** Two positions are unfunded. 2303 JUVENILE HOME Chief Deputy Probation Officer-Juvenile Home Superintendent Senior Juvenile Correctional Officer Juvenile Correctional Officer I/II/III Juvenile Correctional Aide

Class Code No. 11134413444416161130 0230 0234/0235 0619 0621/0620/0623 0622 0232/0233 0231 0723/0725 2014 2031/2072 2042 0752 0751/0750

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 * 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 33.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 34.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 35.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 ** 17.000 *** 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 36.000

1344-

0236 0628 0626/0627/0628 0624

1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000

1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000

1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000

1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000

2601 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER Ag Commissioner/Sealer of W & M Deputy W&M Sealer-Ag Biologist/Deputy Ag Commissioner-W&M Insp/Deputy Ag Commissioner-Sealer of W&M Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III (Class B Lic req'd) Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III-Pesticide Use Enforcement Secretary II

1- 0090 1- 0156/0157/0154

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

5- 0084/0085/0086 5- 0081/0082/0083 5- 0087/0088/0089 4- 2003

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000

2602 BUILDING AND SAFETY Chief Building Official Deputy Building Official Plans Examiner, Senior Grading & Stormwater Inspector I/II Building Inspector II Building Inspector I/II Community Development Technician I/II/III *Three positions funded through December 31, 2013. 2702 PLANNING Community Development Director Principal Planner Senior Planner Assistant Planner I/II/Associate Planner Planner Aide/Asst Planner I/II/Associate Planner Asst Resource Planner I/II/Assoc Resource Planner Asst Resource Planner I/II/Assoc Resource Planner (.8 FTE) Office Manager Community Development Technician I/II/III Office Assistant III Office Assistant I/II

1135554-

2106 2107 0310 0047/0048 0312 0311/0312 2300/2301/2302

1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 8.000 *

11344443444-

1110 1105 1100 2067/2044/1105 2045/2067/2044/1105 0044/0045/0046 0044/0045/0046 0683 2300/2301/2302 2042 2009/2007

1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 * 0.000 1.000 ** 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500

1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 ** 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500

1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 ** 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500

1.000 1.000 1.000 4.500 *** 1.000 1.000 ** 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 14.300

*One position allocated at .9 thru December 31, 2012. **One additional position allocated, but unfunded, due to an employee being on extended leave. ***One .5 time employee effective December 21, 2013 pending meet and confer with employee association.

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Budget Unit No. and Name 2703 ANIMAL CONTROL Animal Control Director Animal Control Officer I/II/III Kennel Coordinator Animal Control Facilities Supervisor Account Clerk II - 3/4 *Reduce to 4 allocations upon next vacancy. 2704 EMERGENCY SERVICES Emergency Services Coordinator

Class Code No. 155340155 0151/0152/0153 0156 0056 0012

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 4.000 1.000 0.000 0.750 6.750

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 5.000 * 1.000 0.000 0.750 7.750

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.750 7.750

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 5.000 * 0.000 1.000 0.750 7.750

3- 1600

0.000 0.000

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

2707 RECORDER Supervising Deputy Assessor-Recorder Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III

3- 2224 4- 2220/2221/2222

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 4.000

1.000 3.000 4.000

2708 - RECORDER-MICROGRAPHICS Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III

4- 2220/2221/2222

1.000 1.000

1.000 1.000

0.000 0.000

0.000 0.000

3011 ROAD DEPARTMENT Public Works Superintendent Public Works Area Supervisor Public Works Leadworker Public Works Worker I/II/III Public Works Worker I/II Public Works Inmate Crew Leader Sign & Painting Maintenance Supervisor Bridge Maintenance Supervisor Bridge Maintenance Worker Heavy Equipment Operator II Heavy Equipment Operator I *One position unfunded. 4010 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Environmental Health Director Environmental Health Specialist, Supervisor II Environmental Health Specialist I/II/III Hazardous Materials Specialist I/II/III Environmental Health Technician I/II Environmental Health Aide Office Services Supervisor I Office Assistant I/II Office Assistant I/II (1/2 time position)

13355533555-

1180 0810 2049 2050/2096/2098 2050/2096 2218 2046 2045 2044 2048 2047

1.000 3.000 3.000 2.000 8.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 33.000

1.000 3.000 3.000 10.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 33.000

1.000 3.000 3.000 11.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 34.000

1.000 3.000 3.000 11.000 * 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 34.000

135554344-

1195 2069 2052/1191/1192 2079/2080/2081 1190/1189 2051 2119 2009/2007 2009/2007

1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 12.500

1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500

1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500

1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500

4011 PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health Nursing Director Public Health Officer Health Education Program Coordinator Public Health Nurse IV Public Health Nurse III Public Health Nurse I/II LVN I/II-Registered Nurse-Community Health Nurse I/II-Public Health Nurse I/II- Public Health Nurse I Trainee- Public Health Nurse II Trainee Nurse Practitioner/Physician's Assistant (3/5) Occupational Therapist (1/2) Community Health Nurse III Nutrition Education Coordinator I/II/ Registered Dietitian Health Programs Coordinator Health Program Support Specialist I/II Child Health Coordinator, Supervising Physical Therapist (4/5) Staff Services Analyst I/II

1133344-

0036 2215 2215 1200 1203 1201/1202 1208/1236/1207/ 1213/1214/1201/ 1202/1198/1199 1205 2235 1216 2141/2142/2140 2130 2131/2132 1212 2234 0725

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 0.600 0.500 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.800 1.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 0.600 0.500 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.800 1.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 0.600 0.500 1.000 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.800 1.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 0.600 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.800 1.000

344334344-

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Budget Unit No. and Name 4011 PUBLIC HEALTH - Continued Health Services Assistant I/II Public Health Aide I/II Office Services Supervisor I Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II

Class Code No. 44341217/1218 2053/2052 2119 2078/2009/2007

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 22.900

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 22.900

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 25.900

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 25.900

4012 HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Health Services Director Health Services Administrative Manager Staff Services Analyst I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Secretary III Business Software Analyst

1144444-

0658 2065 0723/0725 0031/0032 2213 2036 2233

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000

4014 DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Director of Behavioral Health Dpty Dir of Behavioral Health - Clinical Services Behavioral Health Fiscal Officer Behavioral Health Operations & Admin Mgr Behavioral Health Compliance Manager Managed Care Administrative Coordinator Staff Psychiatrist Staff Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner-Physician's Assistant Mental Health Team Leader I/II/Senior MHSA Team Leader I/II Mental Health Specialist I/II/Senior Mental Health Specialist I/II/Senior/Mental Health Specialist SAC I/II/Senior Mental Health Medications Support Specialist I/II Mental Health Case Manager I/II Mental Health Case Manager I/II Peer Support Mental Health Peer Support Specialist Mental Health Case Manager I/II Hispanic Outreach and Engagement Specialist Mental Health Cultural Specialist - Latino Mental Health Case Manager I/II Native American Outreach and Engagement Specialist Mental Health Cultural Specialist - Native American Mental Health Case Manager I/II Parent Partner Mental Health Parent Partner Specialist Supervising Accountant Accountant I/II Accounting Technician Business Software Analyst Compliance Technician Compliance Review Technician Staff Services Analyst I/II Staff Services Analyst, Senior Secretary II Office Services Supervisor I Office Assistant I/II

111113413134444444-

0649 0650 0653 0651 0652 0665 0670 0670 1205 0651 0669/0670 0728/0727/0726 0728/0727/0726/0732/073 3/0735 0729/0731 0672/0673 0680/0681 0691 0682/0683

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 16.000 0.000 4.000 9.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 63.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 16.000 0.000 4.000 9.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 63.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 6.000 1.000 0.000 18.000 4.000 12.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 70.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 6.000 1.000 0.000 18.000 4.000 12.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 70.000

4- 0689 4- 0684/0685 444344444434340688 0686/0687 0690 0030 0031/0032 0014 2233 2212 2231 0723/0725 2233 2003 2119 2009/2007

4015 ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES Substance Abuse Programs Coordinator Compliance Review Technician Prevention Specialist I/II Substance Abuse Counselor III Substance Abuse Counselor I/II Substance Abuse Compliance Monitor Staff Services Analyst I/II Office Assistant III Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II Office Services Supervisor I

3444444443-

2217 2231 2227/2228 2056 2054/2055 2077 0723/0725 2042 2078/2009/2007 2119

2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 7.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 20.500

2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 7.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 20.500

2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 22.500

2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 22.500

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Budget Unit No. and Name 4121 INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT Public Services Director Deputy Public Services Director-Project Administrator Landfill Manager Landfill Supervisor Solid Waste Heavy Equipment Operator Weighmaster Public Services Analyst I/II Office Manager Accounting Technician Account Clerk I/II 4/5-time Account Clerk I/II

Class Code No. 111355334441321 2212 0809 0809 2109 0831 2005/2006 0683 0014 0011/0012 0011/0012

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 14.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 * 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800

*The Office Manager position is allocated until the retirement of the incumbent which is anticipated by November 1, 2013. 5011 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES Social Services Director Deputy Social Services Director Program Manager I/II Welfare Fraud Investigator Supervisor Welfare Fraud Investigator/Trainee Staff Services Specialist Supervising Staff Services Analyst Staff Services Analyst I/II Supervising Accountant Employment & Training Worker Supervisor Account Clerk Supervisor Employment & Training Worker I/II/III Eligibility Supervisor Eligibility Worker III Eligibility Worker I/II Social Worker Supervisor I/Social Worker Supervisor I-CPS/Social Worker Supervisor II-CPS Social Worker IV-CPS Soc. Worker III/Soc. Worker III-CPS/Soc. Worker III-CalWorks Social Worker I/Social Worker I-CPS/Social Worker II/ Social Worker II-CPS Resource & Referral Specialist Systems Support Analyst I/II Secretary III Secretary I/II Office Services Supervisor II Office Services Supervisor I Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Office Assistant II - CA DL Office Assistant III Information Systems Analyst I/II Information Systems Technician Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III/Technician Social Services Aide I/II/III

111161633433343443-

1490 1220 1140/1141 0752 0751/0750 2229 2230 0723/0725 0030 0714 2074 0718/0717/0715 0720 0713 0711/0712 1260/1262/1263

1.000 2.000 5.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 13.000 7.000 11.000 42.000 7.000 8.000 16.000 13.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 18.000 7.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 2.000 189.000

1.000 3.000 5.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 10.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 7.000 10.000 42.000 7.000 8.000 16.000 13.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 18.000 7.000 2.000 1.000 4.000 2.000 188.000

1.000 3.000 5.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 10.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 8.000 11.000 48.000 8.000 9.000 16.000 14.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 18.500 7.000 2.000 1.000 4.000 3.000 201.500

1.000 3.000 6.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 13.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 8.000 11.000 48.000 8.000 9.000 16.000 14.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 19.500 7.000 3.000 1.000 4.000 3.000 208.500

4- 1259 4- 1253/1257/1258 4- 1251/1255/1252/1256 4444334444441250 1152/1145 2036 2033/2003 2118 2119 2213 0014 2011 2042 1165/1163 1164

5- 0812/0813/0814/ 0816 4- 2311/2312/2313

5012 SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIAL PROGRAMS AAA Program Coordinator Long Term Care Ombudsman AAA Office Assistant III Staff Services Analyst I/II Public Authority Supervisor Public Authority Specialist Social Services Aide I/II Office Assistant II - CA DL

34443444-

0707 0708 0709 0723/0725 2308 2310 2311/2312 2011

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 8.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 8.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 0.750 1.000 2.000 0.000 0.500 7.250

1.000 1.000 1.000 0.750 1.000 2.000 0.000 0.500 7.250

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Budget Unit No. and Name 5115 OJT TRAINING Parks Maintenance Worker Trainee Facility Maintenance Worker Trainee Eligibility Worker Trainee Public Works Worker Trainee Office Assistant Trainee

Class Code No. 554542060 0811 0710 2051 2008

FY 2012/13 Adopted 3.000 1.000 3.000 0.000 5.000 12.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 2.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 5.000 12.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 9.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 9.000

5164 HOUSING ADMINISTRATION Housing Program Coordinator Section 8 Family Self Sufficiency Case Manager Housing Eligibility Worker Office Assistant II

3444-

0715 0719 0716 2007

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000

1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 4.000

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 4.000

5321 VETERAN SERVICES OFFICER Veteran Services Officer Assistant Veteran Services Officer Veteran Services Representative I/II Office Assistant I/II *Position combined with Health Services Director. 6022 COUNTY LIBRARY County Librarian Branch Librarian Librarian I Literacy Program Coordinator (1/2) Branch Library Coordinator (2 @ 3/4) Library Assistant I/II/Technician

1144-

1420 1421 1425/1426 2009/2007

* 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000

* 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000

* 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000

* 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000

134444-

0530 2061 2059 0940 2062 0941/2060/2061

1.000 1.000 0.000 0.500 1.500 6.000 10.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 10.000

1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 10.000

1.000 1.000 0.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 9.000

6131 U.C. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION Office Manager Office Assistant III

3- 0683 4- 2042

1.000 1.000 2.000

1.000 1.000 2.000

1.000 1.000 2.000

1.000 1.000 2.000

7011 PARKS AND RECREATION Parks Superintendent Parks Supervisor Parks Maintenance Leadworker Parks Maintenance Worker III Parks Maintenance Worker I/II

1- 2093 3- 2092 5- 2062 5- 2061/0352

1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 10.000

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1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000 12.000

1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 10.000

7201 COUNTY MUSEUMS Museum Curator (3/4) Assistant Museum Curator (1/5) Assistant Museum Curator (3/4) *Position shared with BU 1890. 8107 WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Water Resources Director I/II (1/4) Deputy Water Resources Director Water Resources Engineer Water Resources Program Coordinator Invasive Species Program Coordinator Water Resources Technician Accounting Technician, Senior Department Fiscal Technician Office Assistant II *Full-time positions shared with BU 1903. **Position funded effective Nov 1, 2013.

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0.750 0.200 * 0.750 1.700

0.750 0.200 * 0.750 1.700

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0.250 * 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 0.000 1.000 5.750

0.250 * 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 * 0.000 1.000 6.250

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POSITION ALLOCATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

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Budget Unit No. and Name 8695 SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADMINISTRATION Special Districts Administrator Deputy Special Districts Administrator I/II Deputy Special Districts Administrator-Fiscal Utility Systems Compliance Coordinator CMOM Coordinator I/II/CMOM Engineer I/II Utility Area Superintendent Water Meter Reader-Connection Technician I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Special Districts Customer Service Coordinator Customer Service Technician I/II Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II Electro/Mech Tech I/II Utility Worker III Utility Worker I/II Wtr/Wstwtr Trtmnt Plant Operator Trainee/I/II/III

Class Code No. 111143544444455552006 2062/2063 2059 2060 0417/0418/0422/ 0423 2086 0725/0726 0031/0032 2213 0014 0415 0730/0734 2078/2009/2007 1463/1465 1469 1467/1468 1443/1444/1445/ 1446

FY 2012/13 Adopted 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 8.000 7.000 42.000

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 7.000 44.000

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 8.000 45.000

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 8.000 45.000

8799 AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Air Pollution Control Officer Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer Air Quality Engineer/Senior Air Quality Engineer Air Quality Technician Air Quality Specialist/Senior Air Quality Specialist

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0110 0133 0119/0121 0120 0117/0118

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 5.000

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.600 4.600

1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.600 4.600

1.000 1.000 * 1.000 * 1.000 0.600 4.600

*The Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer may be under-filled at the Air Quality Engineer or Senior Air Quality Engineer level. 9911 ISF-FLEET MAINTENANCE Heavy Equipment & Fleet Maintenance Supt. Heavy Equipment & Fleet Maintenance Leadworker Heavy Equipment/Automotive Mechanic Storekeeper

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2211 2102 1032 1240

1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000 913.600 901.600

1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000 919.100 907.100

1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000 948.850 939.850

1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000 947.650 938.650

GRAND TOTAL GRAND TOTAL excluding OJT

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Total Financing Sources
Fund Balances & Reserves 18%

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Federal 16%

Taxes 14% State 31%

Other <1%

Charges for Services 9%
Utility Services 5% Miscellaneous 2% Other Governments 2%

Interest, Rent & Concessions 1% Fines, Forfeitures & Penalties 1%
Licenses, Permits & Franchises 1%

Total Financing Uses
FY 2013-14

Services and Supplies 30% Salaries and Benefits 33%

Other Charges 13%
Contingencies 2%

Other Financing Uses 2%

Reserve Increases 4% Fixed Assets 3%

Construction in Progress 13%

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BU 1011 - BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1011 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Chairman, Board of Supervisors Member, Board of Supervisors   00  1501 1502   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 4.000 5.000       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 4.000 5.000         1.000 4.000 5.000       FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept. FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 4.000 5.000        

Overview: This budget unit contains the salaries and benefits of members of the Board of Supervisors and operational costs of the Board’s office. It also contains funding for the County’s membership dues to RCRC and NACO. Funding Sources: General fund discretionary revenues finance this budget unit. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation for salaries and benefits is for the five County Supervisors. Beginning this year, the cost of the extra help employee who videotapes Board meetings is included in this budget unit. Services and Supplies: All appropriations in this budget unit have been reduced to a minimum and do not allow for any expenditure increases over the prior year. The largest appropriation in Services and Supplies is for Transportation and Travel ($13,000), which primarily funds the Board’s in-county mileage reimbursements.

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BU 1012 - COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1012 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE County Administrative Officer Chief Deputy County Administrative Officer Deputy County Administrative Officer I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior/Deputy CAO I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior Accountant II (Confidential) Administrative Assistant Secretary I - Confidential   *Underfilled by Deputy CAO I/II/III **Transferred from BU 1014 effective Aug 21, 2013.  
111212222-

Class Code No.   2001 2002 2008/2003/2009
2069/2004/20022008/2003/2009

FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 0.900 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.900  
*

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 6.000                  

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.     1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 6.000                    

FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                 **  

             

2069/2004/2002 0032 0455 2033  

 

Overview: In addition to responsibilities associated with general County administration and the preparation and administration of the County’s annual budget, the County Administrative Office has responsibility for directly managing several programs and divisions. In total, this department administers 20 budget units, including, Marketing and Economic Development, the Visitor Information Center, Public Defender, Board of Supervisors, Clerk of the Board, Purchasing, Grand Jury, Special Projects, Capital Projects, Trial Court Funding, Geothermal Resource Royalties, CDBG Grant Programs, Office of Emergency Services, and several others. Funding Sources: This is a general fund budget unit with a mixture of funding sources. Historically, approximately 30% of the bottom line appropriation is reimbursed by non-general fund sources through the County Cost Allocation Plan (overhead). This revenue is included in the revenue estimates for Budget Unit 1120 and is not reflected in the revenue total for this budget unit. Consequently, the actual net County cost of this budget unit is significantly less than indicated on Schedule 9. For staff time spent administering the programs mentioned above, this budget receives reimbursements from the following budget units: $20,000 from Geothermal royalties; $25,000 from the Worker’s Compensation fund; $10,000 from Redevelopment Obligation Retirement Fund; and $25,000 from the Marketing and Economic Development budget. Reimbursements are also received from the Purchasing, Clerk of the Board, Special Projects, CDBG, and Public Defender budgets for staff time spent in administering those programs. Most of the staff time spent in administering the Emergency Services program will be used as in-kind match towards the Emergency Management Performance Grant. Salaries and Benefits: The Recommended Budget reflects an increase of one position from the prior year. The Secretary I position that had historically been in BU 1014 - Clerk to the Board of Supervisors budget is being moved to this budget unit. The incumbent in this position has proven to be a very capable employee who has provides clerical support to various programs managed by the County Administrative Office. By being allocated to the County Administrative Office budget, the costs for this position can be partially recovered through the County-wide Overhead Plan. The recommended appropriation also provides an extra help Administrative Analyst shared with the Special Projects budget. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations for Services and Supplies are routine in nature, consisting of basic operational costs such as telephone service, general office supplies, postage, etc. One- time money is recommended to provide training and professional development opportunities to new staff in this Office who are fairly new to county government. Inventory Items: The budget includes $500 to replace chairs. FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14 C-3

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BU 1014 - CLERK TO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1014 CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Asst Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Secretary I - Confidential   *Reduced to 1/2 time effective Dec 21, 2013. **Transferred to BU 1012 effective Aug 21, 2013. 22  2087 2033   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 2.000         FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 2.000       FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 2.000           0.500 0.000 0.500 FY 2013/14 Recommended   * **  

Overview: This budget includes funding for staff to perform Clerk of the Board functions such as taking minutes of Board of Supervisors meetings, preparing Board agendas, and maintaining official records of the Board of Supervisors, including resolutions, ordinances, contracts and other documents. Staff also provides other types of general office support to the Board of Supervisors. The cost of printing and distributing the Board of Supervisors agenda, publishing legal notices as required for public hearings and publishing annual updates to the County Ordinance Code is also included in this budget unit. The County Administrative Officer serves as the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, overseeing the operations of this Division. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded with General Fund discretionary revenues. Salaries and Benefits: The Secretary I position that had historically been in this budget unit is being moved to BU 1012 - Administrative Office to enable a significant portion of the costs of the position to be recovered through the County-wide Overhead Plan. Effective December 21, 2013 the allocation for Assistant Clerk of the Board will be reduced to half-time. The incumbent intends to transfer to the Community Development Department as a halftime Planner Aide. This transition is coordinated with the implementation of the agenda management system as described below. As more fully explained under BU 2602, the additional staff resources in Community Development will be able to assist in code enforcement. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations finance basic operational costs of this Division, such as communications, photocopying, publication of legal notices, general office supplies, etc. Funding for updating the County ordinance code is also included in the recommended Budget. All appropriations have been reduced to the minimum amount needed for this Division to continue operations. The annual maintenance cost of $6,840 for the agenda management system (described below) is the only substantial increase in appropriations. Capital Assets: One-time money in the amount of $30,000 is appropriated for implementation of an electronic agenda management system which will streamline submission of items for the agenda, reduce printing and copying costs, and broaden transparency and access for citizens and staff. Anticipated implementation of this system is January 2014. Capital Assets 1014 - Clerk to Board of Supervisors 62-71 - Equipment - Office Granicus Agenda Management Software                 $30,000

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BU 1120 - NON DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit accounts for various revenues and expenditures that are not assigned to any individual department of County government. Appropriations: Appropriations cover the cost of the County’s sales tax audit contract and the cost of the County’s miscellaneous insurance coverage’s which currently include the employee crime bond and the public guardian bond. Money is also in the budget to pay potential claims to the cities of Lakeport and Clearlake as a result of a court case in Los Angeles County related to the property tax administrative fee (PTAF). Revenues: Revenues include but are not limited to property taxes, sales tax, interest earnings, franchise revenues, and various revenues from the State and federal government and other governmental agencies. Based on data provided by the County Assessor, the current year property tax revenues are expected to decline by about .7%. However, this is the value of the property tax roll as of December 31, 2012. Since many properties have sold since that time, staff is optimistic that next year the property tax roll will finally begin to increase. Sales tax revenues are projected to continue with a modest increase to offset the loss of property taxes. Loan payments: The budget includes a payment of $100,000 from the Social Services fund from the loan provided in FY 11/12; and $200,000 from the Mental Health fund representing year six of an eight year repayment plan. Operating Transfers: The revenue account in this budget unit is used as the accounting mechanism to transfer revenue to and from the general fund for a variety of purposes. The required County matches for the Public Health Division ($118,222), and the Mental Health Division ($61,112) are also included within the operating transfers in this budget unit. Other operating Transfers are as follows: • $96,666 to the Building and Safety Division to fund transitional costs as the Division experiences changes in personnel. (See further explanation under Budget Unit 2602.) • $$75,000 is provided to the Nuisance Abatement Fund for prosecution of marijuana abatement cases. (See further explanation under Budget Unit 2604.) • $35,872 is provided to the Fish and Game fund in order to continue the County Trapper program. • $10,000 is transferred to the Capital Project fund from this budget to reimburse a portion of the staff costs associated with administration of this year’s capital projects. Reserves and Designations General Reserve: The general reserve in the Recommended Budget will remain at $7,000,000. Building/Infrastructure Designation: Changes to this reserve are summarized below: • $115,000 loan repayment from the Clearlake Keys road benefit zone. • $42,429 loan repayment from the Chippewa South road benefit zone. • $57,000 loan repayment from the Soda Bay Water CSA #20. • $150,000 loan repayment from North Lakeport Water District. This is essentially returning the emergency short term loan of $150,000 approved in April 2013 for repairs to the water system in the Lakeside Heights subdivision. The water system that serves all currently occupied homes is stable and further investment is unnecessary unless caused by future events.  Due to these circumstances the loan for the water system is being repaid in full. Utilization and repayment of the $200,000 emergency loan to BU 8355 for the sewer system will be continually reassessed as conditions change. • $415,000 loan to CSA #2 Chippewa South road benefit zone. This represents the initial request of $297,000 approved in February 2012 and another $118,000 that is needed to fund the construction contract awarded in July 2013. • $165,000 of reserves canceled to fund improvements to the Lucerne Castle. This is money that was added to this reserve in the FY 12/13 Adopted Budget specifically in the event that additional funds were needed for this important project. These adjustments combined with the FY 12/13 unreserved fund balance carry-over of $909,554 and existing reserves of $3,015,675 will enable reserves to be increased to a total of $3,709,658. Lampson Airport Infrastructure: The Recommended Budget retains the $250,000 designation for Lampson Airport infrastructure. Teeter Property Tax Loss Reserve: As mentioned in last year’s budget narrative, this fund was severely underfunded. So the Auditor-Controller and County Administrative Officer developed a plan to build up this fund over the next few years. In FY 12/13, $4 million from two other reserve funds was transferred into this fund and an additional $2.3 million was transferred from the Teeter Fund into the Property Tax Loss Reserve Fund. By transferring a total of $6.3 million in FY 2012/13, the Teeter Property Tax Loss Reserve Fund is about 80% funded. The normal amount of transfers in future years should be adequate to meet the needs of this fund. FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14 C-7

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BU 1121 – AUDITOR-CONTROLLER
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1121 AUDITOR-CONTROLLER Auditor-Controller/County Clerk Assistant Auditor-Controller Property Tax Coordinator I/II/III Payroll Coordinator Accountant -Auditor I/II/III Senior Accounting Technician Accounting Technician/ Senior Accounting Technician Accounting Technician   01334444  Class Code No.   0280 0286 0035/0036/0037 0029 0026/0027/0028 2213 0014/2213 0014   FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 11.000                     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 11.000                     FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 4.000 1.000 11.000                       1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 4.000 1.000 11.000 FY 2013/14 Recommended

   

   

Overview: This department provides accounting and related services to all County departments, special districts governed by the Board of Supervisors, independent special districts, and other local agencies. The Auditor- Controller is the County’s Chief Financial Officer. In 1995 the County Clerk functions were merged with the Auditor-Controller, so this department also issues fictitious business name statements, marriage licenses, and powers of attorney. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by a combination of general fund discretionary revenues and a significant amount of revenue generated by the department for various services performed for other agencies and members of the public. These include revenue for property tax administration, accounting fees for services provided to independent special districts, and fees for services related to the department’s function as the County Clerk such as marriage licenses and fictitious business name statements .Since some of the revenues this department generates are being credited to Budget Unit 1120, the actual net County cost of this budget unit is less than the amount indicated on Schedule 9. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended budget includes the same number of permanent positions that were allocated last year. The amount of funding for extra help includes $10,000 for potential special projects to train and assist fiscal staff in other departments. Depending on the assignments and availability of extra help versus contractors, this money may be transferred to the Professional Services Account. As shown on the position allocation sheet, the Senior Accounting Technician positions are being combined with two Accounting Technician positions in a flexible allocation. Services and Supplies: In addition to typical operating expenses (postage, telephone, etc.), recommended appropriations for contractual services include $69,505 for the annual County Audit; $33,700 for system support services for the HTE financial accounting software; $6,500 for preparation of the A-87 cost plan; and $12,500 for administration of State Mandates. Some of these costs will be reimbursed by other County departments. The budget also includes $10,000 to contract with a consultant to assist the Auditor – Controller in training and assisting fiscal staff in other departments. Capital Assets: The budget includes $8,000 to replace a high volume printer and $24,387 for a disclosure documentation software system to process and maintain the Statement of Economic Interest Form 700 filing requirement. The system will enable the department to offer automated filing of the Form 700, maintain compliance, and streamline the process. The current manual system is very labor intensive. Therefore, the return on investment of this system will take only 4 years. Capital Assets 1121 - Auditor 62-71 - Equipment - Office High Volume printer Disclosure Docs Software (for Form 700) C - 10                     $8,000 $24,387 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 1122 – TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1122 TREASURER-TAX COLLECTOR Treasurer-Tax Collector Chief Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector Collections Supervisor Accountant I/II Collections Assistant Accounting Technician Senior Accounting Technician Office Aide/Account Clerk I/II   01444444  1360 1370 0033 0031/0032 0034 0014 2213 2078/0011/0012   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 2.000 10.000                       1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 2.000 10.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013                       1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 11.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                       1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 2.000 10.000 FY 2013/14 Recommended                    

Overview: This budget unit contains the appropriations necessary to fund the essential functions of the TreasurerTax Collector’s Office, including tax collection, banking and investment of County funds, and recovery of delinquent court-imposed fines, fees and restitution. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by general fund discretionary revenues. A significant amount of revenue is generated by the department from the collection of court-imposed fines and the sale of tax defaulted properties. A significant portion of the expenses are recovered through the property tax administration fee which is charged to other tax-receiving agencies to recover the costs associated with administration of the property tax system. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended budget includes the same number of permanent positions that were allocated in the prior year. The Collections Assistant position is being changed to an Accounting Technician position to provide more flexibility in allocating staffing resources. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations will fund basic operational costs which are in-line with those of the prior year. Recommended appropriations include almost $170,000 for the Megabyte Property Tax Administration System. This system provides an essential service to numerous County departments/divisions including several that are self-funded including Environmental Health, Building and Safety and Special Districts. Only Special Districts has sufficient fiscal resources to provide reimbursement of its portion of the cost of Megabyte Tax Administration System ($13,363). Inventory Items: The budget includes $9,000 to replace computers. The computer upgrades are necessary to operate the new version of the Megabyte property tax system.

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BU 1123 - ASSESSOR
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1123 ASSESSOR Assessor-Recorder Chief Deputy Assessor-RecorderValuations Appraiser, Supervising Cadastral Mapping Specialist Auditor-Appraiser I/II/III Appraiser Aide/Appraiser I/II/III Deputy Assessor-Recorder IV Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III Assessor-Recorder Assistant   013444444  0190 0360 0174 2210 0270/0271/0272 0170/0171/0172/0173 2223 2220/2221/2222 2002   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600       FY 2012/13 Adopted                 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013               FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600                       FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 2.000 2.000 0.600 15.600                    

Overview: The Assessor’s Office is legally required to annually assess all taxable property in the County, except for state assessed property. The duties of the Assessor’s Office include: discover all assessable property, inventory and list all taxable property, value all assessable property, and enroll all taxable property on the local assessment roll. This roll must be published by July 1st of each year. It provides for tax computations that are the basis for the following fiscal year’s tax bills. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded primarily with general fund discretionary revenues. A small amount of fees for service is generated by the department and a significant amount of reimbursement is obtained through property tax administration fees that are deposited in Budget Unit 1120. Consequently, the actual net County cost of this budget unit is less than the amount indicated on Schedule 9. Additionally, it is noted that without this department, along with the Tax Collector and Auditor, the County would be unable to assess, collect, and allocate over $15 million in general fund property tax revenues and tax in lieu payments that provide financing for all general fund departments. Support for this budget unit is also provided from Budget Unit 2707 (Recorder) and Budget Unit 2709 (RecorderModernization), which reimburse one-sixth and one-third respectively, of the cost of the Assessor-Recorder’s salary and benefits. These reimbursements are applied as expenditure reductions in object codes 80.81 and 80.80. Salaries and Benefits: The department is still struggling to fill positions vacated by retirements last year, but the funding of positions remains the same. To assist in the interim, $14,529 was allocated to extra help to assist in the training of new employees. Services and Supplies: Appropriations fund basic operating costs such as telephones, office supplies, postage, and training. The recommended appropriation for services and supplies is very similar to the prior year.

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BU 1124 - CENTRAL SERVICES
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1124 CENTRAL SERVICES Mail Clerk   4  2068   Class Code No.   0.750 0.750 FY 2012/13 Adopted       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   0.750 0.750         0.750 0.750 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.         0.750 0.750 FY 2013/14 Recommended      

Overview: This division is responsible for duties such as managing the photocopier pool, coordinating the disposal of County surplus items and processing the County’s daily mail. Funding Sources: The funding for this budget unit is provided by general fund discretionary revenues. A significant portion of the expenses are recovered through the Countywide Cost Allocation Plan. Salaries and Benefits: A 3/4-time Mail Room Clerk is the only position allocated in the budget unit. This reflects no change from the current staffing level. Services and Supplies: In addition to financing basic operating expenses, this budget finances the cost of copy paper that is supplied to general fund departments in the Courthouse as well as all countywide photocopy and postage. County departments reimburse this budget unit for these costs via expenditure reductions in object codes 80.80 and 80.81. This budget also includes an appropriation of $25,000 to reimburse the Administrative Office for the cost incurred in managing and supporting this Division.

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BU 1231 - COUNTY COUNSEL
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
FY 2012/13 Adopted   12222220520 0264 0261/0262/0263/0265 0261/0262/0263 2005 2014 2072 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000                     1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000           FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013         1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                     1.000 0.000 4.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000 FY 2013/14 Recommended     *            

Budget Unit No. and Name 1231 COUNTY COUNSEL County Counsel Senior Deputy County Counsel Deputy County Counsel I/II/III/IV Deputy County Counsel I/II/III Risk Analyst I Legal Secretary III (Confidential) Legal Secretary II (Confidential)

Class Code No.

      *1 position allocated until retirement of incumbent.

Overview: County Counsel serves as the County’s legal representative, and provides legal advice and legal services to County departments and special districts. Risk Management functions are also managed by this office. Funding Sources: Appropriations are primarily funded with general fund discretionary revenues. Revenue is generated by direct billing for services to self-funded departments and independent special districts. Since County Counsel staff also administers the County’s Risk Management programs, this budget unit also receives reimbursement from the Public Liability and the Workers’ Compensation budgets. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriations provide for the same staffing level as in the prior year. However, as shown on the above position allocation chart, the classification of Senior Deputy County Counsel is being eliminated and replaced with Deputy County Counsel IV at the same pay rate, which will be included as a flexible classification along with Deputy Counsel I/II/III. This is similar to the allocation for the Deputy District Attorney positions. Adding the flexibility in the classification provides advancement opportunities for deputy counsels and an enhanced layer for succession planning for the department. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations will fund basic operational costs which are slightly less than the prior year amounts.

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BU 1341 - HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1341 HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Human Resources Director Deputy Human Resources Director I/II Human Resources Analyst I/II Human Resources Technician Secretary II (confidential) Office Assistant I/II (confidential)   112222  1525 1522/1523 2008/2009 2006 2003 2007   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                 FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000              

Overview: The Human Resources department is responsible for multiple programs including recruitment, retention, selection, employment, classification, compensation, employee relations, management and employee development, employee benefits administration, analysis of personnel actions, volunteer and intern programs, and other human resources-related services. The department also provides professional assistance and guidance to County management in human resources and employee relations matters. This department also administers the Unemployment Insurance Program. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is general fund discretionary revenue, although some portions of the expenses in this budget unit are recovered through the Countywide Cost Allocation Plan (overhead) and reimbursements from self-funded departments and the Unemployment Insurance Fund. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation provides for the same number of permanent positions that was allocated in last year’s budget. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations for services and supplies include basic office operational costs such as telephone service, office supplies, insurance and maintenance of equipment. The recommended appropriations are very similar to last year’s budget. Anticipating the same or fewer open recruitments in the coming year, the advertising budget and appropriations for photocopies, postage, etc., are at minimum levels. This budget unit includes $15,000 of one-time money to provide scholarships to a limited number of employees in General Fund departments to attend classes at Marymount California University (MCU). This serves a public purpose in that the education and training employees will obtain from MCU courses will improve the County’s efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of public services.

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BU 1451 - REGISTRAR OF VOTERS
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1451 ELECTIONS Registrar of Voters Deputy Registrar of Voters Elections Assistant II (3/5-time) Elections Assistant I (3/5 time)   1144  2111 2112 0383 0382   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200 FY 2012/13 Adopted               1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013               1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.               1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 3.200 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended            

Overview: The primary responsibilities of this department are to maintain voter registration records and to plan, direct and supervise all federal, state, and local elections in Lake County. Upon request, this office may also conduct municipal elections. There are two elections scheduled this fiscal year; the November 5, 2013 Consolidated General District Election and the June 3, 2014 Primary Election. Additional one-time money has been appropriated to cover the cost of a potential special recall election in the winter. Funding Sources: This budget unit is primarily funded by general fund discretionary revenues with some reimbursement from state sources. Salaries and Benefits: The department is still staffed by two full time positions and two 3/5ths time assistants. Extra help workers are used during elections. The appropriations are consistent with prior years with the exception of an extra $5,000 needed for additional staffing to verify signatures for an anticipated special election. Services and Supplies: The appropriations for Services and Supplies, and Postage are significantly higher than last year due to having at least two elections this fiscal year rather than just one. There is the possibility of at least one special recall election, and additional costs for that possibility have been appropriated from one-time money. The cost of conducting elections has increased compared to past years due to unfunded federal and State mandates. Those mandates include maintaining and deploying the electronic voting system that requires many additional staff hours as well as payment of annual licensing and support fees, new battery packs and memory cards. The lifespan of these items is limited and replacement is required frequently. The budget also includes $20,700 of one-time money for the replacement of 150 voting booths. The existing voting booths have been utilized for nearly 10 years past their intended life. Inventory Items: The budget includes $1,200 to replace 69 cell phones for election workers. The existing phones were purchased in 2006 and the batteries will no longer hold a charge. No provision has been made in the budget for a special election, if one is called by the Governor. The cost of such an election would require a midyear transfer of funds from the Contingencies budget.

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BU 1671 - BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1671 BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS Facilities Maintenance Superintendent Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III/ Technician   15  2017 0812/0813/0814/0816   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 5.000 6.000         FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 5.000 6.000         FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 5.000 6.000         FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 5.000 6.000        

Overview: This budget unit, a division of the Public Services Department, includes funding for maintenance and operation of several County buildings, including the Courthouse and adjacent buildings, museum facilities, health and mental health buildings, and several others. The facilities maintained by the Buildings and Grounds Division serve residents of unincorporated and incorporated areas. Funding Sources: The primary source of funding for this budget unit is general fund discretionary revenues. A portion of the expenditure in this budget is recovered through the Countywide Cost Allocation Plan (overhead charges). Certain self-funded departments, including the Health and Behavioral Health Departments, provide direct reimbursements to this budget unit for services provided. This Division also generates revenue from leasing courthouse roof space to cellular telephone service providers. Rebates from PG&E are appropriated to fund future energy saving projects. Some operating cost of the new Middletown Library, Community and Senior Center are reimbursed by geothermal resource revenues. Salaries and Benefits: The appropriation for salaries and benefits finances the continuation of existing permanent staff, as well as extra help to complete maintenance projects at the Lucerne Castle. Services and Supplies: Through a special appropriation of $10,000 in account 18.00-Maintenance of Buildings, PG&E rebates are being made available to re-invest in future energy saving projects. Other appropriations are similar to last year’s budget and include funding for janitorial and cleaning supplies used in various county buildings, garbage collection service, general building maintenance repairs, and utility expenses consisting of electricity, propane, sewer and water. $25,000 of one-time money is included in the budget unit for ADA- compliant remodel projects. The budget also includes $65,000 to repair the Courthouse boiler. The Courts will provide $19,500 of this amount and General Fund one-time money will provide $45,500. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget includes $8,100 for necessary janitorial equipment and tools for building maintenance projects. Capital Assets 1671 - Building & Grounds 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks Used Truck with bucket                 $10,000

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BU 1672 – LAKEBED MANAGEMENT (Fund 133)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The Lakebed Management program was established to support the purposes of the State trust on Clear Lake, per Chapter 639 of the Statutes of 1973. These purposes include improving the navigation, commerce, fishery, and recreation of Clear Lake, and wherever possible and appropriate, preserve the land and waters in their natural state. The Department is responsible for the development and implementation of the Aquatic Plant Management Program and to coordinate with the Invasive Species Council to prevent quagga mussel and other invasive species from entering bodies of water in Lake County. The services provided by this program impact both incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by Clear Lake encroachment permits and annual lease fees which are initially deposited into Fund 179, Budget Unit 1673 and then transferred to Fund 133. Other sources of funding deposited directly into this fund include aquatic plant management permit fees and a grant from the Audubon Society for grebe habitat preservation. Proceeds from the sale of quagga mussel inspection stickers, formerly recorded in this budget, are now recorded in BU 8109. Reserves/Designations: No increases or decreases are recommended to the Lakebed Management general reserve. Salaries and Benefits: There are no appropriations for salaries and benefits. Services and Supplies: The Recommended Budget includes appropriations to maintain, store, and operate boats and other equipment; maintain breakwaters and piers in public parks, navigational lights, buoys, swim lines and signs: and to replace navigational lights. Appropriations for algae, aquatic weed and quagga mussel programs, formerly in this budget , have been moved to BU 8109. The cost of labor for programs, department overhead, and countywide overhead to support the programs of this budget unit are reflected in account 23.91 which is a payment to Budget Unit 8107. The amount in the budget to reimburse Budget Unit 8107 for staff reflects the historical cost of staffing in this budget when it was an independent department. Inventory Items/Capital Assets: There are no inventory items or capital assets in the budget.

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BU 1673 - LAKEBED SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Fund 179)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The funding in this budget is derived from encroachment leases and permits and is used to support the purposes of the State trust on Clear Lake, which was established by Chapter 639 of the Statutes of 1973. The statute conveyed in trust the submerged lands of the lake to the County to improve navigation, commerce, fisheries, and recreation on Clear Lake. Under the statute, the County is authorized to lease land lakeward to zero feet Rumsey and issue permits for structures. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by lake encroachment permits and annual encroachment lease payments. No direct expenditures are planned. Instead, the total recommended outflow of resources will be transferred to the Lakebed Management budget (BU 1672) to finance authorized appropriations in that budget unit. The amount to be transferred is shown in account 8123. Reserves: The budget includes cancelling $19,562 in reserves leaving a balance of $55,272. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over.

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BU 1674 - FLOOD CORRIDOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (Fund 136)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget is established to maintain the property acquired for the Middle Creek Ecosystem Restoration Project. Funding Sources: Funding is provided by interest earnings and from leases for agricultural operations on the acquired properties. Reserves: In order to finance recommended appropriations, reserves will be decreased by $26,471 leaving a balance of $609,979. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: Appropriations in the Recommended Budget provide for mowing, Maintenance Area 17 fees, Reclamation District 20780 fees, and staff support. Contingencies: This budget unit has a contingency line item in the amount of $1,000.

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BU 1761 - ANIMAL SHELTER CONSTRUCTION (Fund 961)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: The budget appropriates the unexpended prior year carry-over of monies donated for improvements to the animal shelter facility. Most of the donations had been made specifically for the development of a spay/neuter clinic within the facility which was completed in FY 11/12. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is public donations but this year’s budget does not anticipate any new donations. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations will likely be unexpended in FY 13/14 but are placed in object code 28.30 in the event additional eligible costs are identified.

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BU 1778- CAPITAL PROJECTS (Fund 978)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit consists of appropriations for miscellaneous capital improvement projects. Funding Sources: The recommended appropriations in this budget unit are supported by fund balance carry­ over from the prior year, geothermal royalty revenues, and general fund one-time monies. Services and Supplies: In the Services and Supplies portion of this budget, money is carried ­ over from he prior for the Lucerne Creek Park and for the Ely Museum project. Also pursuant to Board policy, the management of the construction of the Clear Lake Oaks Senior Center will be transferred to Department of Public Works (DPW). Since DPW operates as a self-funded department, the Capital Projects fund will pay DPW a negotiated lump sum fee to manage the construction of the Senior Center. Other Charges: $50,000 is carried over from the prior year for renovation of a City –owned house in Clearlake to be used as a Visitor Information Center in partnership with the City of Clearlake and the Clearlake Chamber of Commerce. In the event donations are received, an appropriation is included for additional improvements (e.g. benches, tables, etc.). to the for Mount Konocti County Park. Capital Assets: The budget includes the following Capital Assets: $40,937 is carried over from funds for the construction of the Middletown Senior Center/Library to complete a few improvements to the building and landscaping of the grounds. $1,375,103 is carried over from the prior year for the construction of a new Senior Center in Clearlake Oaks which will be constructed this year. $1,073 is carried over for acquisition of properties on Mt. Konocti, funded through donations. This amount will be increased mid-year if more donations are received, or anticipated funding from the BLM land exchange is received. Capital Assets 1778 - Capital Projects 60-00 - Land   63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings & Improvements Clearlake Oaks Senior Center Middletown Library/Senior Citizens Facility                     $1,073     $1,375,103 $40,937

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BU 1781 - SPECIAL PROJECTS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1781 SPECIAL PROJECTS Deputy County Administrative OfficerSpecial Projects I/II/III Administrative Analyst I/II/Senior   *Position unfunded for 6 months. Class Code No.   12  2012/2013/2014 2069/2004/2002   1.000 1.000 2.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted     *   FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 2.000     *     1.000 0.000 1.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.         FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 0.000 1.000   **    

**Position to be eliminated upon completion of Lucerne Castle renovation, approximately Nov 1, 2013.

Overview: Due to the dissolution of the County Redevelopment Agency effective February 1, 2012, money to fund staff, maintenance, and other costs of several special projects was transferred into this budget unit. Funding Sources: Other than minor appropriations for miscellaneous office supplies, postage and other administrative expenses, most of the recommended appropriations in this budget unit are supported by one-time general fund discretionary revenues, most of which are for projects carried over from prior years. Projects with special funding sources are listed below: The $1.4 million appropriation for the Clearlake Oaks Highway 20 sidewalk project is funded by $1.2 million from a Safe Routes to Schools grant and matching funds from the General Fund and the former RDA. The budget includes a transfer of $229,937 from Budget Unit 2112 and $320,063 of one-time General Fund money to fund the renovation of the Gard Street School property for Child Support Services. A transfer of $37,750 from BU 1918- Geothermal Resource Royalties to fund staff time in administering special projects is recorded as an expenditure reimbursement. A Community Development Block Grant provides $100,000 for two special studies. Salaries and Benefits: Recommended appropriations provide funding for the Deputy County Administrative Officer-Special Projects through October 2013 and extra help staff for administrative support and maintenance on the Lucerne Hotel. Services and Supplies, Inventory Items & Other Charges: In addition to routine services and supply costs (i.e. telephone, insurance, etc.), the recommended appropriations consist of: 1. $49,923 carried over from prior years for costs associated with acquisition of the LORAN station from the federal government. This appropriation is needed in order to comply with conditions imposed by the federal government prior to the property being transferred to the County. 2. $20,000 to construct a pad and shelter at the Ely Stage Stop and Museum for the historic cable car the County acquired from the Lake County Fair. 3. $50,000 from the CDBG grant for a Comprehensive Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation and Public Infrastructure Improvement Project feasibility study. 4. $50,000 from the CDBG grant to study wastewater treatment alternatives at Lampson Field Industrial Park. 5. $52,075 carried over to provide local matching funds for a recently completed project on Victoria Creek in Lucerne.

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6. $9,000 to reimburse the Administrative Office budget for staff time required to administer the projects in this budget. 7. $15,000 is set aside in the budget for possible contractual obligations for PEG channel support from prior years. City of Clearlake staff brought this matter to staff’s attention and staff has not had adequate time to research the matter. 8. $6,900 for kitchen equipment for the Highland Senior Center, as requested by Supervisor Smith. 9. $25,000 carried over from prior years for control burn projects. 10. $2,892 carried over from a PG & E grant for energy conservation projects. 11. $50,000 total of carry-over from prior year and from new one-time monies to continue the contract with Lake Family Resource Center for grant research and application preparation services. This is a continuation of a pilot project began in FY 11/12. 12. $3,668 is budgeted to pay Vector Control District special assessments on County properties. 13. $98,823 is in this budget unit for water quality projects on Clear Lake. This is the carryover of remaining one time funds from prior years. In addition to these funds, the Economic Development ($100,000), Geothermal Resource Royalties ($275,000), and Flood Control and Water Conservation District ($46,606), include money for this purpose. A total of $520,429 is appropriated in this year’s Recommended Budget for special expenses in connection with the aquatic weed, algae and invasive species projects on Clear Lake. 14. $45,000 to maintain former RDA properties and $30,000 for utilities. 15. $98,000 carryover for engineering services to connect properties on South Main Street and Soda Bay Rd. to a community water system. 16. $5,000 for support of the CASA of Mendocino and Lake Counties. 17. $66,200 for Lampson Field Wastewater project. 18. $279,430 is appropriated for Pathways projects. 19. $23,000 to maintain Holiday Harbor and $40,000 to dredge the inlet channel this year. 20. $55,000 for improvements to Holiday Harbor, as requested by Supervisor Rushing to make the facility attractive to potential buyers. Since the goal is to eventually sell Holiday Harbor, staff has tried to limit the amount of money spent on this facility. During the last year, several improvements have been made to address safety and security issues. Now it is time to improve the marketability of the site by increasing its “curb appeal.” Using our approach to Lucerne Castle as a model (i.e. the County funds improvements to the public spaces), staff recommends appropriating money for improvements to areas indentified in the Master Plan that would remain as public spaces. Another $5,000 has been set aside for picnic tables and benches. Capital Assets: The budget includes appropriations for the following capital projects: 1. $250,000 toward future replacement of the Rose Avenue Sewer Pump Station in Lakeport, in order to enable the City of Lakeport to accept an exchange of wastewater from Lampson Field (funded by prior year onetime monies).

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$565,000 of carryover from prior years, $500,000 of new one-time money, and $165,000 from Building and Infrastructure Reserves is provided for completing Lucerne Castle renovations. A significant amount of the prior year carryover was spent through August, but is necessary to be appropriated in the FY 13/14 Budget. After over a year of research to identify cost effective alternatives to a full-scale elevator, it is very likely that nothing less than full-scale elevator will meet the requirements of federal law. Staff will continue researching alternatives for the next few months, but since it is very likely an elevator is required, new one-time money is recommended for this expense. $1,489,895 in grant funds and local match from General Fund and former RDA funding for the Clearlake Oaks Highway 20 curb, gutter, sidewalk and streetlight project. $550,000 for the renovation of the Gard Street School for Child Support Services offices. The lease has not been finalized, but the necessary funds are being appropriated in anticipation of an agreement and the project being completed in FY 13/14. $1,000,000 of new one-time money is recommended to assist in developing a community water system in the South Lakeport area along South Main Street and Soda Bay Road. This area is a key economic generator in the County’s jurisdiction. The road improvement project is nearing the end of the design phase and it is important to provide water service to the businesses in this area in coordination with the road construction project to retain existing businesses and encourage additional economic investment in this key area. Capital Assets

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1781 - Special Projects

 

  $250,000     $1,000,000     $1,489,895     $1,230,000     $550,000

61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Year Sewer Pump Station Replacement - Rose Avenue     63-04 – Construction in Progress – Water Systems Water line South Main Street/Soda Bay Road   63-09 - Construction in Progress - Sidewalks/Curbs Clearlake Oaks Sidewalk Project   63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/Improvements Lucerne Castle Renovation   63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/Improvements Gard Street School Renovation - CSS      

Operating Transfers: The Final Recommended Budget includes the following operating transfers: 1. $60,000 to Budget Unit 2602 to fund code enforcement efforts by the Building and Safety Division. 2. $297,000 to Chippewa South road benefit zone as approved by the Board in February 2012.

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BU 1796 – CDBG PI CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND (Fund 936)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: This budget unit is used to appropriate money received from a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for capital improvement projects. The County has received a CDBG grant to construct sidewalks and other improvements along Highway 20 in Clearlake Oaks. This money will supplement a Safe Routes to Schools grant appropriated in BU 1781- Special Projects. Services and Supplies: CDBG regulations require contractors to pay federal Davis-Bacon wage rates and comply with other labor standards. The County is required to monitor the contractor’s performance to ensure compliance with these regulations. This work is best performed by an experienced consultant. The recommended budget includes $148,000 for this consultant contract and any other associated tasks and $75,000 for grant administration. Capital Assets: The CDBG grant provides $1,234,000 to construct curb, gutter, sidewalks, street lights and other improvements on the south side of Highway 20 near its intersection with Foothill Boulevard and continuing east to the intersection of Highway 20 and High Valley Road. Capital Assets 1796 - CDBG PI Capital Projects Clearlake Oaks Sidewalk Project             $1,234,000 63-09 - Construction in Progress - Sidewalks/Curbs

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BU 1890 - VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1890 VISITOR CENTER Visitor Center Manager Office Assistant III (4/5)   *Position shared with BU 7201 34  2003 2042   Class Code No.   1.000 0.800 1.800 FY 2012/13 Adopted     *     1.000 0.800 1.800 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013     *   FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 0.800 1.800     *     1.000 0.800 1.800 FY 2013/14 Recommended     *  

Overview: This budget unit consists primarily of the appropriations needed to finance operation of the County’s Visitor Information Center in Lucerne. The responsibility for operation and oversight of the Visitor Information Center is assigned to the County Administrative Office. The activities of the Visitor Information Center benefit the entire County, both incorporated and unincorporated areas. Funding Sources: The appropriations in this budget unit are funded by Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenues collected within the unincorporated areas of Lake County, TOT in-lieu payments from Harbin Hot Springs, Konocti Vista Resort and Casino, Twin Pine Casino, Running Creek Casino, and contributions made to the County Marketing Program by the City of Lakeport and City of Clearlake. A small amount of revenue is also generated from retail sales at the Visitor Center. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation for salaries and benefits includes the continuation of the existing Visitor Center Manager position, the 4/5-time Visitor Information Assistant/Office Assistant III and part- time extra help positions necessary to staff the Center. Services and Supplies: The recommended Budget includes the necessary appropriations to continue operation of the Visitor Center. All appropriations have been reduced to the minimum amount required to keep the Center in operation 7 days per week. In the event activity at the Visitor Center is greater than projected and additional expenses are incurred for postage, supplies, etc., such additional expenses may be charged to Budget Unit 1892, which is the primary budget of the Marketing and Economic Development Program. Capital Assets: Due to the need for heightened surveillance around the Visitor Center, $5,200 of one-time money is provided for a security camera system. Capital Assets 1890 - Visitor Information Center 62-74 – Equipment – Other Security Cameras           $5,200

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BU 1891 - CDBG PI Business RLF (Fund 91)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: This budget unit provides funding for the Business Loan Program which assists businesses in the unincorporated areas of the County to create jobs for low and moderate income individuals. The program is funded by CDBG Program Income. Since revenues are estimated to be less than $25,000, the money can be transferred into the general fund as reflected in account 8131. Services and Supplies: There are no appropriations in this budget unit.

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BU 1892 - MARKETING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1892 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Deputy Co. Admin. Officer - Econ. Development I/II/III   1  2004/2010/2011   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000         0.000 0.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.       FY 2013/14 Recommended   0.000 0.000      

Overview: The Marketing and Economic Development budget includes funding for promoting local tourism and other types of economic development in Lake County. Much of the funding in this budget is from the unexpended balance of prior year carry-overs for special projects to facilitate local economic development. The objective of this program is to create new private sector jobs and improve the overall quality of life in Lake County. Funding Sources: Much of the funding in this budget unit is from prior year one-time discretionary revenues appropriated for specific projects that are being carried over to this year’s budget. General marketing functions, including salaries and benefits, routine operational costs and advertising and promotional expenses, are financed by Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) and TOT in-lieu revenues. The estimated revenue from TOT in this budget reflects 8/9ths of the total TOT revenue. The remaining 1/9th is estimated in the Parks and Recreation budget unit per Board policy. A significant decrease in TOT revenue occurred beginning in FY 09/10 due to the general state of the economy, the tourism industry and most significantly the closure of Konocti Harbor Resort and Spa. In addition to traditional TOT, revenue is also provided from the TOT in-lieu agreement with Harbin Hot Springs and contributions from the Konocti Vista Resort/RV Park/Casino, Twin Pine Casino, Running Creek Casino, the City of Lakeport, and the City of Clearlake. One-time money in the amount of $15,000 was added to increase advertising and promotion efforts this fiscal year. Salaries and Benefits: This budget includes one position, the part-time extra help Economic Development Manager. Supplemental staff support is provided through other divisions of the County Administrative Office. This budget unit reimburses the Administrative Office budget for staff services. Services, Supplies and Other: Appropriations are included in the recommended Budget for routine operational costs such as office supplies, telephone service, postage, books and periodicals, insurance and transportation. Professional Services (object code 23.80): This appropriation finances contracts funded by a combination of grants and County funds, as follows:  $50,000 to continue contracting with the Lake County Chamber of Commerce to provide visitor services, assist in promoting Lake County as a visitor destination, and other programs to advance the economic development of Lake County. Once a new contract for the fiscal year is negotiated, it will be presented to the Board for approval.  $15,000 from one-time money to implement the “Economic Development Marketing Strategic Plan” Specific recommendations relative to spending this money will be provided by the Tourism Advisory Board;  $10,000 to work with the Clearlake Chamber of Commerce to assist in implementing the Economic Development Marketing Strategic Plan on specific projects.  $25,000 for a contract to update and improve the Lake County visitor website. Special Department Services and Supplies (object code 28.30): $20,000 for business recruitment and attraction miscellaneous expense is also included in this object code.

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Advertising and Promotion (object code 28.91): This appropriation of $100,000 provides funding for the Marketing Program’s advertising and promotional efforts. It is funded by $85,000 from new TOT revenue and $15,000 from one-time savings from the prior fiscal year. During the current economic downturn it is particularly important to aggressively advertise and promote Lake County as a tourist destination, in order to attract out-of-county visitors who will stay in local lodging facilities and generate business and tax revenue at other local businesses. Additionally, due to the closure of Konocti Harbor Resort and the absence of Konocti’s extensive out-of-county advertising program, it is more important than ever for the County Marketing Program to keep Lake County’s name in Sacramento and Bay Area publications in order to remind residents of those areas about the other amenities and attractions that make Lake County a desirable vacation destination. Specific recommendations relative to spending this money will be provided by the Tourism Advisory Board. Law Enforcement (object code 53.54): The budget includes a $50,000 appropriation from TOT funds to reimburse the Sheriff’s budget for costs of local law enforcement services. Law enforcement services are essential to the County’s ability to attract visitors and improve local economic development. Current Board policy specifies that $150,000 per year from TOT funds be allocated to fund law enforcement services; however, in FY 10/11 and FY 11/12 only $125,000 was provided due to the significant decline in TOT revenues as a result of the closure of Konocti Harbor Resort. In FY 12/13 this amount was further reduced to $50,000. The FY 13/14 Final Recommended Budget also includes $50,000 of TOT revenues for law enforcement. This allocation will solely be from TOT and not from other TOT in-lieu payments that may be received pursuant to negotiated agreements with other agencies. Highway Signage (object code 55.02): The recommended appropriation of $28,500 (from prior year carry-over) will finance signage projects that may include billboard advertising, scenic tour signs, lake access signage, informational kiosks, community identification signs and other in-County directional signage projects, including sponsorship and participation in the Caltrans Tourist Oriented Directional Signs (TODS) program. Resort Revitalization (object code 55.04): The recommended appropriation consists of $15,000 in funding for the resort revitalization program which subsidizes the cost of removing dilapidated trailers from resorts and other highly visibly locations in order to enhance local economic development. Economic Development—Agricultural (object code 55.08): Like last year, due to the decline in TOT revenues no funding is included in the recommended budget to contribute to the Lake County Winegrape Commission or the Lake County Winery Association. Staff will continue closely collaborating and partnering with both organizations and will provide strong support to the industry through the Marketing Program’s own advertising and promotional efforts.

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BU 1901 - INSURANCE AND SURETY
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This budget unit was used to fund the cost of the County’s miscellaneous insurance coverage’s which included the employee crime bond and the public guardian bond; and this budget unit included an allocation of public liability premiums attributable to those claims that cannot be distinctly identified with a particular department. The costs of the bonds are now budgeted in BU 1120, and the public liability premiums are being budgeted in BU 9919. Therefore, BU 1901 is being closed.

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BU 1903 – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (ADMIN.)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1903 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Public Works Director Assistant Public Works Director Secretary III Office Assistant II Public Works Analyst Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Public Works Service Technician I/II   *Full-time positions shared with BU 8107 11443444  0800 0799 2036 2009 0802 0031/0032 2213 2225/2226   Class Code No.   0.750 1.000 1.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 6.250 FY 2012/13 Adopted   *     *     *     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   0.750 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 6.250   *           *       0.750 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 6.250 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   *           *     FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   0.750 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 6.250   *           *    

Overview: This is the administrative budget of the Public Works Department (DPW). It includes appropriations which provide administrative, accounting, and clerical services to the Department’s several divisions. The activities financed through this budget unit are primarily directed toward services provided to the unincorporated areas of Lake County, but the incorporated areas also benefit from many of the programs operated by DPW. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed by reimbursements from the various other Department of Public Works (DPW) budget units. Department overhead is allocated based on the proportionate share of services and supply cost of each budget unit administered by DPW Administration. Salaries and Benefits: As shown above, the position allocation reflects the same staffing level as was implemented midway through last fiscal year. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations for Services and Supplies consist of routine office expenses. These include expenses such as telephone service, equipment maintenance, insurance, photocopies, printing services, general office supplies, postage, and transportation costs. This budget also includes an appropriation for payment to the general fund for County overhead costs. Inventory Items/Capital Assets: The budget includes $5,800 to replace personal computers and printers and for devices to implement the new payroll reporting system.

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BU 1904 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1904 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Information Technology Director Systems Analyst Programmer Analyst I/II Info. Technology Specialist I/II/III-Network Admin Info. Technology Specialist I/II/IIIDatabase Admin Information Technology Specialist I/II/IIIWebsite Support & Development Information Technology Technician I/II/ III/Senior Geographic Information Systems Specialist I/II Information Technology Assistant   144444444  2110 1151 1158/1159 1142/1143/1144 1139/1140/1141 1136/1137/1138 1156/1157/1149/1150 2206/2304 2305   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 0.500 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 12.500                       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 0.500 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 12.500                         1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 11.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                       FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 11.000                      

Overview: This budget unit contains the appropriations necessary for the support and maintenance of the County’s computer systems equipment, including Desktop Support, Network and Infrastructure Support, Software Development and Support, and GIS Support. Funding Sources: The primary source of funding for this budget unit is general fund discretionary revenue. Reimbursements from County departments for PC connection fees and hourly billing for services provided by IT staff finances a portion of this budget. Additional funding is received through the countywide cost allocation plan deposited in Budget Unit 1120. Revenues are expected to increase slightly over the last fiscal year. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation removes funding for 1.5 unfilled positions. The Department has been operating effectively and does not anticipate the need to fill those positions. Services and Supplies: This portion of the budget funds maintenance of computer software and hardware components, network consulting costs, internet services, dedicated telephone lines used for data transmission between various locations, maintenance agreements for computer related equipment, network security software and other software licensing. The appropriation for Services and Supplies is similar to the prior year. After several years of delaying Microsoft Office Suite upgrades, one-time money ($40,000) is appropriated for upgrading General Fund departments. Self-funded departments will upgrade as funds are available. Support for Office 2003 ended in June, necessitating the upgrade. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: In Capital Assets, $58,000 is carried over from the prior year for microwave equipment upgrades. The equipment will allow the continued expansion of the county-owned WAN sites. This was the lower priority of the upgrades completed last year and was not finalized before the end of FY 12/13. Four network switches are needed to replace out of support equipment and non-standard hardware in the County network. One-time money is appropriated in the Inventory Items account to fund the total cost of $9,050. Capital Assets 1904 - Information Technology 62-79 - Equipment - Office - Prior Year Microwave WAN Upgrades               $58,000

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BU 1908 - ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 1908 ENGINEERING & INSPECTION DIV. Principal Civil Engineer Assistant Engineer I/II/Associate Civil Engineer Engineering Technician II/Assistant Engineer I/ II/ Associate Civil Engineer Construction Engineer Special Projects Engineer Engineering Technician I/II Right-of-Way Agent/Airport Ops Coordinator Right-of-Way Agent/Airport Ops Coordinator I/II County Surveyor Survey Technician I/II   1453455515  2027 0407/0408/0420 0732; 4-0407/ 0408/0420 0421 2230 0731/0732 2104 2102/2103 0610 0734/0735   Class Code No.   1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 11.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013                           1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 11.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                           1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 11.000                         FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 11.000                      

Funding Sources: Most of the expenditures in this budget unit are reimbursed by non-general fund revenue sources. The Road Division provides a significant amount of the revenue which supports this budget unit. The Division’s other revenues are generated from fees for services, map sales and reimbursements from the Area Planning Council. The difference between estimated revenue and appropriations, (known as the net county cost) is a direct cost to general fund discretionary revenues. The net county cost of this budget unit is comprised of those costs attributable to the Surveyor function, which does not collect sufficient revenue to offset actual costs, and nonreimbursable services provided to general fund departments. Engineering and Inspection is a division of the Department of Public Works (DPW). Although the services this division provides are primarily directed toward projects in the unincorporated areas of the County (such as road improvement projects), some of the services provided by this division either directly or indirectly benefit residents of the incorporated areas of Lake County. Salaries and Benefits: The number of positions allocated to this division is identical to last year’s allocation. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations for services and supplies include funding for routine operational costs such as equipment maintenance, insurance, transportation and travel, special paper for printing of maps and plans, communications and related expenses incurred in the operation of this Division. The budget also includes payments to Budget Unit 1903 for DPW overhead and Budget Unit 1120 for countywide overhead. Inventory Items/Capital Assets: The budget includes $3,000 for computer and related equipment.

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BU 1918 - GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE ROYALTIES (Fund 118)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Funding Sources: This is a non-general fund budget unit supported entirely by federal royalties paid by the geothermal industry. A portion of these revenues are commonly referred to as AB 1905 revenue. AB 1905 revenues consist of the royalties that are paid to the federal government, passed down to the State and ultimately passed down to the County. The County receives about 20% of the total amount of royalties paid by the geothermal industry through the AB 1905 legislation. The County also receives a share of geothermal royalty revenue directly from the federal government, without passing through the State. That portion has been in jeopardy during recent years due to the Department of Interior’s efforts to redirect those funds from the counties back to the federal government. If this funding is discontinued midyear, staff will recommend that the appropriation for Contingencies in this budget unit and the appropriation for yet to be determined mitigation projects be reduced to offset the revenue loss. Appropriations in this budget have direct and indirect benefits to all residents of Lake County, including those in the incorporated and unincorporated areas. State law limits the purposes for which the AB 1905 portion of these funds can be utilized. However, there is significant local discretion on how the federal portion of the revenues may be utilized. Recommended appropriations and operating transfers are presented below. The bottom line on the appropriations side of the budget is substantially less than the total of the items listed below because the funding for many of these projects is provided on the revenue side of the budget as an operating transfer to other budget units. Operating transfers are not included in the appropriation total since doing so would result in duplicate appropriations in two different budget units and artificially inflate the County’s total overall budget. Direct Appropriations: The Recommended Budget includes the following appropriations: 1. 2. $1,106 for public liability insurance. $5,000 for legal services in connection with water rights issues being addressed with the Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, for purposes of improving Lake County’s rights for future water supplies and water resources (this funding may be paid to an outside contract attorney or to County Counsel’s office); and $5,000 for services by a labor standards consultant for work related to Middletown Library and Senior Center. Termite extermination and repair of possible damage at Gibson Library is another use of these funds. $27,508 for County-wide overhead. $20,000 for reimbursement of staff time in the Administrative Office budget to administer projects in this budget and administration of the geothermal royalties in general. $37,750 to BU 1781 to fund staff time administering special projects. $740,006 carry-over from the prior year for mitigation projects of direct impacts of geothermal development in the Anderson Springs and Cobb Mountain areas and other projects and County services in the Middletown area. From this amount, $8,207 is recommended to reimburse BU 1671 for operating cost of the new Middletown Library, Community and Senior Center. Money may also be allocated to consider installing solar panels at the Middletown swimming pool. The cost of this project is yet to be determined. If the Board is supportive of the concept, staff will research and report back to the Board. Termite extermination and repair of possible damage at the former Gibson Library is also recommended to be funded from this account. $10,000 in grant matching funds for the East Lake/West Lake Resource Conservation Districts, per Board action of April 27, 2011.

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$150,000 for water quality improvement projects on Clear Lake, per a Board directive during FY 10/11; and another $125,000 per Board directive of April 16, 2013. $60,000 to BU 2702 for Geothermal Coordinator services provided by staff in the Planning Division. $76,210 to BU 8109 to administer the Lake County Clean Water program (formerly reimbursed to BU 2602).

10. $12,000 to BU 2201 for operating costs of the new Middletown Sheriff Substation. 11. $28,000 to BU 6022 for operating cost of the new Middletown Library.
12. $5,000 carried-over from the prior year for a Community Revitalization project in Middletown. 13. $35,581 carried over from the prior year for miscellaneous park improvements, which may include improvements at the new Middletown Town Square Park.

14. $15,000 for parking lot of the Middletown Library, Community and Senior Center.

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$32,798 for miscellaneous building improvements and landscaping of the Middletown Library, Community and Senior Center. $205,387 carried-over from the prior year for the Lower Lake Museum bell tower and earthquake retrofit project. $30,000 for improvements to the Middletown Town Square Park. $285,000 appropriated to the Contingencies line item, which can be used to, among other purposes, partially offset revenue shortfalls in royalty payments if any occur during FY 13/14.

Operating Transfers: The Recommended Budget includes the following operating transfers: 1. 2. 3. $350,000 to Budget Unit 7011 (Parks budget), for maintaining County parks. $400,000 to Budget Unit 2702 (Planning budget), for costs incurred in operation of the Planning Division in accordance with State requirements, including the general plan and area plan updates. $75,500 to Budget Unit 1778-Capital Project to provide funding for administration of capital projects. Capital Assets 1918 - Geothermal Resource Royalties 61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Year Middletown Library/Senior Center   63-12 - Construction in Progress - Park Improvements Middletown Town Square Park   63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/ Improvements Middletown Library/Senior Center             $32,798               $30,000     $15,000 $205,387

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BU 2101 - TRIAL COURTS
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: The primary purpose of this budget unit is to receive revenues from the collection of court-imposed fines and fees that have been allocated to the County as a result of the Trial Court Funding Program. A portion of this revenue is then appropriated to pay the County’s mandatory “maintenance of effort” payments to the State. This budget unit also reflects the financial activities required by agreements (the “Transfer Agreements”) with the State Judicial Council in which the Administrative Office of the Courts is now responsible for the maintenance and operation of the fourth floor of the Courthouse and court exclusive-use space and shared space in the South Civic Center. This transfer was necessary in order to relieve the County of the obligation to provide court facilities and for the State to begin planning a new court facility in Lakeport to be constructed and operated by the State. Funding Sources: As mentioned above, funding for this budget unit is primarily from the collection of the courtimposed fines and fees. Additional revenues are received in this budget as reimbursement from the Lake County Superior Court for mail room and communication services provided by the County, pursuant to the Trial Court Funding Act enacted by the legislature in 1998. The budget also includes reimbursement from the State for the Court’s share of utilities and other operating costs attributable to Court occupied space under the aforementioned Transfer Agreements. Salaries and Benefits: No positions are allocated to this budget unit; and the County is no longer required to provide a contribution for medical insurance for employees who retired prior to the time the State assumed financial responsibility for court staff. Services and Supplies: The primary appropriations in this budget are to provide for three required payments to the State: 1) the $133,003 maintenance of effort (MOE) as specified in Government Code Section 77201.3 which is based on an historical level of court fines and fees and subsequently adjusted; 2) an amount representing 50% of the estimated increase in certain designated fine and fee revenues above a statutory base amount as specified in Government Code Section 77205; and 3) the fixed amount of $143,156, which is based on an historical average of County expenditures, that the County is required to pay for court facilities maintenance and operating costs under the aforementioned Transfer Agreements.

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BU 2106 - GRAND JURORS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget consists of the appropriations necessary to finance the operations of the Lake County Grand Jury. Members of the Grand Jury receive per diem and mileage reimbursement, which is the primary expense in this budget unit. The Grand Jury serves both the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. Funding Source: The source of funding for this budget unit is general fund discretionary revenue. No reimbursements of Grand Jury costs are provided by city government or special districts, as the responsibility for funding the Grand Jury’s budget rests solely with the County, pursuant to State law. Services and Supplies: The Recommended Budget reflects the same amount as was appropriated last year for per diem costs ($35,000 in account 16.00) and for mileage reimbursement ($24,000 in account 29.50). Other appropriations in the budget provide for the basic operational expenses of the Grand Jury, including office supplies, costs of printing the Jury’s Final Report, post office box rental, telephone and fax services and equipment maintenance.

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BU 2110 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2110 DISTRICT ATTORNEY District Attorney Chief Deputy District AttorneyCriminal Division Chief District Attorney Investigator Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/ Senior District Attorney Investigator I/II District Attorney Investigator Aide District Attorney Administrative Coordinator Office Manager Legal Secretary III Legal Secretary I/II Office Assistant III Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II   0178164134444  0680 0526 0853 0521/0522/0523/0527 0851/0852 2236 2067 0683 2014 2031/2072 2042 2078/2009/2007   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 1.000 12.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 32.000                     FY 2012/13 Adopted       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 12.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 32.000                           FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 13.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 33.000                             FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 13.000 6.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 33.000                          

Overview: This budget unit contains the appropriations for operation and management of the District Attorney’s Office. In addition to salaries and benefits for departmental staff, these appropriations provide for basic operational costs such as communications, equipment maintenance, office supplies, transportation and postage. Appropriations unique to this budget unit include those for the transportation of victims and witnesses, court reporter transcripts, and the cost of consultation and testimony of expert witnesses. Funding Sources: The District Attorney’s Office is primarily funded with general fund discretionary revenues with additional support provided by special funding sources and grants. Special funding sources include revenue generated by the $1.00 surcharge on DMV fees, Supplemental Law Enforcement revenue, and other miscellaneous revenues. In addition, the department typically receives funding from a number of grant sources. This year, confirmed grant awards include $100,000 from Casino SDF funding which addresses crimes related to tribal gaming, $71,673 from the October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013 Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) grant which will address driving under the influence cases, $180,141 from the October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014 OTS grant, $80,000 from the October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2014 Office on Violence against Women (OVW) grant to prosecute domestic violence cases, and $2,500 from the Department of Insurance for the prosecution of Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud cases.  In total, these grants will provide $434,314 of funding in FY 13/14. In addition, the Anti-drug addiction grant which is applied for and administered by the Sheriff’s Office will reimburse BU 2110 for prosecutor costs in the amount of $40,000 and $10,000 from Post Release Community Supervision. The department also receives reimbursement for services provided to other agencies including $35,000 from the Child Support Services Department for investigative services, $90,000 from Social Services Department for welfare fraud prosecution and $13,250 in reimbursement from the Drug Asset Forfeiture Fund.  These monies total $138,250 and are recognized as expenditure reductions in object code 80.80. For a number of years, the department received funding from the State for the staff assigned to work on the Northern California Computer Crimes Task Force (NCCCTF). Although the department has requested $24,757 from NCCCTF for this fiscal year, the funding is unsure. Consequently, the department will not provide an individual to serve on that task force until those funds are made available. C - 62 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

Salaries and Benefits:  As shown on the position allocation chart, the number of Deputy District Attorneys is being increased by one. The increase is to offset the Department of Social Services utilization of a Senior Deputy DA to prosecute welfare fraud cases. As discussed above, grant funding has declined significantly in recent years. The department has absorbed a significant portion of these reductions by reducing the number of allocated positions from a high of 36 positions in FY 9/10 to the 33 positions that are recommended in this year’s budget.  Of those 33 recommended positions, the equivalent of nearly three deputy district attorney positions and over two investigator positions are supported by the ADA, OTS, and OVW grants mentioned above.  Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriation reflects routine expenses associated with departmental operations and total recommended appropriation for services and supplies is less than the prior year level. Inventory Items: This budget unit does not have any appropriations for inventory items.

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BU 2111 - PUBLIC DEFENDER
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This will be the fourteenth full year of operation for the master contract public defender program which delivers indigent defense services through a single contract. Prior to the master contract, the County had, for many years, provided indigent defense services through several individual contracts with local attorneys. The master contract arrangement has been effective in controlling costs and streamlining contract administration. Funding Sources: Appropriations are funded by general fund discretionary revenues. The State will be providing $5,000 for the Public Defender’s office to fund the additional duties associated with Post Release Community Supervision as part of the Public Safety Realignment of 2011. Services and Supplies: In addition to an appropriation for the master contract, the budget includes appropriations to pay for conflict public defender services and ancillary services, and to reimburse the County Administrative Office for staff time spent administering the master contract.

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BU 2112 - CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (Fund 107)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2112 CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES Director of Child Support Services Child Support Attorney I/II/III/Senior Deputy Director of Child Support Services Staff Services Manager Child Support Information Systems Analyst I/II Child Support Officer, Supervising Staff Services Analyst I/II Child Support Special Programs Coordinator Child Support Legal Process Server Child Support Officer I/II/III Legal Secretary III Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Child Support Assistant III Child Support Assistant I/II Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II     1811434444444444  Class Code No.   0525
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FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 12.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 3.000 2.000 34.000                                    

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Overview: The Department of Child Support Service (DCSS) provides free services for the establishment of paternity, child support, and medical support as well as enforcement of court orders relative to child support. Funding Sources: The Department of Child Support Services is mandated and fully funded by the state and federal government. Anticipated funding is $310,695 less than recommended appropriations. The difference is due to the transfer of reserves to BU 1781 for Gard Street and an unreserved fund balance carry-over will finance the difference of $80,758. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended position allocation reflects several classification changes and results in an overall increase of one position compared to the prior year. The recommended changes include the addition of a Senior Accounting Technician, while eliminating one Accounting Technician, and adding a Child Support Assistant III. The third change is adding an additional Child Support Officer while eliminating one of the Special Programs Coordinator positions. A Child Support Officer is currently under-filling one of the Special Programs Coordinator positions and the need for three positions under that classification is reduced due to changes at the state level that place less of a focus on special programs and more on collections. Services and Supplies: Routine operating expenses such as telephones, insurance, equipment maintenance, office supplies, postage, transportation and utilities account for most of the services and supplies in this budget unit and the recommended appropriations for these routine expenses is consistent with funding provided in the prior year. Recommended appropriations also include $35,000 to reimburse the District Attorney’s budget unit for approximately 50% of an investigator. Office space rental is a significant appropriation totaling over $94,000 this year. Future years will see a significant reduction in rent payments associated with the proposed move to the Gard Street School property, but that transition is unlikely to happen until late in FY 13/14. Also included is an appropriation FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14 C - 67

of funding from prior years being saved for building improvements which now totals an estimated $229,937. This money is being transferred to Budget Unit 1781 to be used for the Gard Street project. The reserve will be replenished through rent savings over the term of the new lease. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget includes $141,050 of Inventory Items for replacement cubicles and office furniture. This expenditure was planned in last fiscal year, but due to the planned relocation to Gard Street School this was delayed. $27,450 is carried over from prior years in the Capital Asset account to replace the phone system. This purchase was also delayed due the proposed move this fiscal year. Capital Assets 2112 - Child Support 62-79 – Equipment - Office - Prior Year Telephone System           $27,450

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total Building Improvement Total $229,712 $229,712 $0 $0

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BU 2113 - VICTIM WITNESS
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2113 VICTIM-WITNESS ASSISTANCE Victim Witness Program Administrator Victim Advocate, Senior Victim Advocate I/II, Spousal Abuse Victim Advocate I/II   1444  0566 2093 2094 2091/2092   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted               1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013             FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000             FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000            

Overview: The Victim Witness Program provides immediate crisis response for victims of crime. The staff also functions as the liaison for victims and witnesses with all components of the criminal justice system. Funding for these services is provided primarily through various grants from the State and federal governments. Funding Sources: Funding provided by a combination of grant funding and general fund support. Prior to FY 200506, this program was entirely funded by grants from the State and federal government. Since then however, there has been a decrease in grant funding, yet, the cost of operating the department has increased due to normal inflationary factors. As a result, a general fund contribution has been required each year since FY 05/06. This year, grant funding will come from three grants including: $120,304 from State Victim Witness Assistance grant, $64,957 from the Office on Violence Against Women, and $24,597 from the Indian Gaming Mitigation. Funding from all three are recognized as expenditure reimbursements (in account 80.81) which has the effect of reducing the bottom line appropriation. A grant in the amount of $17,415 from the Redbud Healthcare District was obtained for the acquisition of Multi-Disciplinary Interview Center Recording (MDIC) equipment to replace the current system. This budget will also receive $30,000 of reimbursement from the California Witness Relocation & Assistance Program. The general fund will provide $131,244 of support which is reflected in the Net Cost figure on the following Schedule 9. Salaries and Benefits: Appropriations for salaries and benefits reflect the same staffing level as the prior year and has remained unchanged since FY 04/05 when six positions were allocated to this budget unit. Services and Supplies: The recommended final appropriation includes routine expenses associated with departmental operations, such as telephone expense, office supplies, equipment maintenance, transportation and travel, postage, utilities, etc. and total recommended appropriations for services and supplies is less than the prior year level. Inventory Items: The department will use the one-time grant monies from the Redbud Healthcare District to acquire the MDIC equipment that is utilized to record extremely sensitive and important testimony by children. Capital Assets 2113 - DA Victim Witness 62-71 – Equipment - Office Recording Equipment           $17,415

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BU 2114 - DA GRANT PROGRAMS
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This budget unit is a depository for grant funds used in support of law enforcement services provided by the District Attorney. These grant funds are appropriated to reimburse the District Attorney’s Office and the Victim Witness program for staffing and operating expenses. Funding Sources: The appropriations in this budget unit are funded solely from grant revenues. This year, the confirmed grant awards include $120,304 from a Victim Witness Assistance grant, $10,000 from Post Release Community Supervision grant, and $63,597 for this year and $61,000 carry over from prior year from a Casino SDF grant. In addition, the department has been notified of a grant award for $180,141 from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) which will address driving under the influence cases for the period from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014. In total, these grants will provide approximately $435,042 of support for Victim Witness (BU 2113) and the District Attorney (BU 2110) budgets in FY 12/13 A grant for the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) in the amount of $160,000 is expected to be awarded by September 30, 2013. No general fund discretionary revenues support the appropriations in this budget unit; however, the State and federal grants do not fully cover the personnel costs of positions assigned to the child abuse, elder abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and domestic violence cases. Therefore, the general fund covers the balance with money budgeted in BU 2110 and BU 2113. Services and Supplies: The money appropriated in this budget unit provides solely for reimbursement to the District Attorney Office (BU 2110), and the Victim Witness Division (BU 2113) in support of staffing costs and services and supply costs associated with the special programs authorized by the grant funding. Inventory Items: The budget does not include any appropriations for inventory items.

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BU 2115 - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS (Fund 180)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This fund is used to support the Lake Family Resource Center for time spent in providing services to victims of domestic violence as provided for in Welfare and Institutions Code §18294. Funding Sources: The funding in this budget is derived from $23 of each fee paid for the issuance of a marriage license and from revenue derived from domestic violence fines imposed by the court. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations reflect the amount expected to be provided to the Lake Family Resource Center during this fiscal year.

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BU 2116 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY-ASSET FORFEITURE (Fund 80)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview and Funding Sources: This fund is established to account for a portion of the drug asset forfeiture money received by the District Attorney’s Office. The appropriation in this budget unit will be paid to Budget Unit 2110 to reimburse the General Fund to cover staff time spent in processing asset forfeiture claims.

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BU 2201 - SHERIFF-CORONER
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2201 SHERIFF-CORONER Sheriff-Coroner Undersheriff Captain-Sworn Lieutenant Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II Deputy Sheriff I/II (school resource officers) Emergency Services Coordinator Sheriff-Coroner Administrative Manager Civilian Coroner Civil Unit Coordinator Secretary II Secretary I Evidence Tech Law Enforcement Records Technician III Law Enforcement Records Technician I/II Account Clerk I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior   *One positions is unfunded. **Two position are unfunded. ***Three positions are unfunded #Approval to hire is pending funding from school districts.                         0777161616314644444444  1230 0950 0951 0953 1220 0631/0632 0631/0632 1600 2105 2038 1165 2003 2033 2018 2017 2015/2016 0011/0012 0031/0032 2213   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 41.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 70.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted       * **   **                                 1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 41.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 71.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013       * **   **                                   1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 44.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 6.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 80.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                                               FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 2.000 5.000 8.000 41.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 72.000       * ***   ** #                            

Overview: This is one of several budget units of the Sheriffs Department. It contains funding for the enforcement division, which includes patrol deputies, as well as investigations, the evidence and property sections, the civil bureau, coroner functions, records, clerical functions and the Sheriffs administration. Some services, such as Coroner functions, are provided Countywide, serving both incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. Other services, such as patrol, are provided only to the unincorporated area, but serve as a backup to the city police departments as mutual aid. Funding Source: This budget unit is financed primarily by general fund discretionary revenues such as property tax and sales tax. Additionally, $2.5 million is provided through Proposition 172 sales tax and offsets a portion of the expenditures in this budget unit, as well as the budgets of the District Attorney and other law enforcement services (as a replacement for a portion of the revenue the County is losing as a result of one of the State-mandated property tax transfers to ERAF). In the Intra-fund transfers portion of this budget unit, $50,000 of TOT revenue is provided as financial support for law enforcement services. Salaries and Benefits: Losses in grant funding that previously enabled new positions to be added to this budget continue to be absorbed by un-funding two deputy positions until new grant funding is secured. A school resource officer for Kelseyville Unified School District is assigned from the existing position allocation and partially funded C - 76 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

with monies from the School District. Two additional deputies to serve as school resource officers are allocated but approval to hire is conditional upon receiving partial funding from other school districts in the County. A soon to be vacant lieutenant position is unfunded to offset the loss of money to the General Fund due to inmate labor no longer being available to the Road Department for which it has paid the General Fund for the past several years. Services and Supplies: Due to the size of this department and its responsibilities, the budget contains a large appropriation for services and supplies in comparison to other departments. Among the more significant appropriations are those for clothing and personal supplies, communications, public liability insurance, maintenance of equipment, utilities and professional/specialized services such as autopsies/forensic services, pre-employment checks and blood alcohol tests. The appropriation for special department services and supplies is used for purchasing ammunition, evidence supplies, photography supplies and special vehicle equipment. Transportation and travel is also a significant expense for purchase of gasoline for the department’s vehicles and to fund central garage charges, contributions to the vehicle replacement trust fund, and other transportation and travel related expenses. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes $500 for a fax machine and SWAT team cameras and $102,000 carried over from the prior year in one-time funding for the rehabilitation of a commercial building for the substation facility in Middletown. Capital Assets 2201 - Sheriff - Coroner Substation Facility - Middletown Area               $102,000 61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Year

Intrafund Transfers: Intrafund transfers are included in this budget and result in a corresponding reduction to the bottom line appropriation. This reflects reimbursements from special funding sources in other budget units such as Emergency Services, Marijuana Suppression, Sheriff’s Rural & Small Counties, the Geothermal Fund for operating costs of the new Middletown Substation, and other special funding sources.

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BU 2202 - SHERIFF-CENTRAL DISPATCH
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2202 SHERIFF - CENTRAL DISPATCH Central Dispatch Manager Assistant Dispatch Manager Supervising Communications Operator Communications Operator I/II   1666  2104 2104 2036 2034/2033   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000       FY 2012/13 Adopted       1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013       1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.             FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 13.000          

Overview: Central Dispatch is a division of the Sheriffs Department. This budget unit contains the appropriations necessary to operate the central dispatch center which handles all 911 emergency calls in Lake County and dispatches law enforcement, fire and rescue operations. Central Dispatch operates 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. The Central Dispatch Center receives emergency calls from all areas of Lake County, including incorporated and unincorporated areas. Funding Sources: Approximately two-thirds of the ongoing operational expenditures in this budget unit are financed by general fund discretionary revenues. The remainder is financed by fees for dispatch services charged to the fire districts and the Lakeport police department. A $50,000 grant from the Department of Justice is providing funding for capital equipment. Salaries and Benefits: As shown on the position allocation chart, the recommended appropriations are sufficient to maintain existing staffing levels. Services and Supplies: The Services and Supplies portion of this budget finances the cost of maintaining equipment in the dispatch center, as well as the repeaters used for radio communications, the cost of telephone lines, office supplies, tapes and CD’s, insurance, pre-employment testing, leased lines for accessing law enforcement data bases, training, utilities and other miscellaneous expenses necessary for operation of the dispatch center. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget include $4,000 for shredders required by the Department of Justice and wireless based unit and headsets, and $50,000 for a 911 interface with a geographical information system (GIS). Capital Asset 2202 - Sheriff - Central Dispatch 62-74 – Equipment – Other 911 Interface with GIS                 $50,000

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BU 2203 - SHERIFF - MARIJUANA SUPPRESSION
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The funding in this budget comes entirely from the federal government and is restricted in the purpose for which it may be used. No positions are allocated to this budget unit; however, this budget will reimburse other divisions of the Sheriff’s Department for staff time utilized by this program. The appropriations in this budget cover a range of expenses necessary to carry out the program. A major expense is helicopter time ($105,000) and reimbursement to Budget Unit 2201 for overtime ($71,306). Inventory Items: The budget includes $3,600 to purchase a Conex storage box.

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BU 2204 - SHERIFF-COURT SECURITY
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2204 SHERIFF-COURT SECURITY Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II   *One position unfunded.   1616  1220 0631/0632       Class Code No.   1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted               1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013               1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.               1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended     *    

Overview: This division of the Sheriff’s department provides bailiff/security services to the courts. Pursuant to State law, the Sheriff is responsible for court security. The State provides a direct subvention to the Sheriff to offset the costs in this budget. None of these funds may be used for County administrative overhead expenses. The cost of the courthouse entrance security is not included in this budget and must be funded separately by the courts if the courts wish to continue that service. Services provided by this Division benefit residents of the unincorporated and incorporated areas of Lake County. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed entirely by State monies. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation provides funding to continue existing staffing levels. Although permanent positions were allocated in prior years, they were not filled because retired personnel were hired as extra help to fulfill bailiff assignments. However, with the restrictions of health care reform and pension reform, the Department has not been as successful in hiring extra help. Therefore, the Department intends to hire two permanent Sheriff deputies to serve as bailiffs. Services and Supplies: The appropriation for services and supplies in this budget unit includes uniform/equipment allowance for the Sheriff deputies, liability insurance, professional services required in connection with employee recruitment and court security training for deputies assigned to this division. Inventory Items: The budget includes $5,000 to purchase laptops for the bailiffs to use in the courtrooms.

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BU 2205 - SHERIFF-MARINE PATROL
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2205 MARINE PATROL Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Deputy Sheriff I/II   *Two positions unfunded 1616  1220 0631/0632   Class Code No.   1.000 2.000 3.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted     *       1.000 2.000 3.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013     *       1.000 2.000 3.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.           FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 2.000 3.000     *    

Overview: This division of the Sheriff’s Department patrols the waters of Clear Lake as its primary responsibility. Funding Sources: In order to receive grant funding from the State, the County general fund is required to contribute approximately $90,000 in discretionary revenues for support of this budget unit. The required County contribution amount is equivalent to the amount of boat taxes the County collects. In addition, there are certain expenses in this budget the State deems ineligible for reimbursement; those expenses are also a cost to the general fund. Such expenses include liability and property insurance, vehicle repairs, cell phone charges and vehicle fuel. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation provides for salaries and benefits funds one full-time Sergeant, a significant amount of extra help, and seasonal staff. As noted in the position allocation chart, the two permanent deputy positions are unfunded. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriation includes funding for operational costs such as fuel for the patrol boats, parts and labor for boat maintenance, rental of the boat patrol building in Buckingham, utilities, insurance and other miscellaneous operational expenses. Inventory: The final Recommended Budget includes $400 for sound meters and a camera.

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BU 2206 - SHERIFF-RURAL & SMALL COUNTIES (Fund 194)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The funding in this budget is derived from State subventions for law enforcement in rural and small counties. Ongoing funding from this program had been subject to the annual State budget negotiations and was in fear of being eliminated annually. However, in FY 11/12 the funding for this subvention was incorporated in the comprehensive local realignment funding structure. A special fund (Enhancing Law Enforcement Activities Sub Account) has been established at the State level into which a specific percentage of vehicle license fees are deposited. Therefore, this subvention has a more secure source of funding than it did during its first several years. The program funding is provided in Government Code Section 30700 which also provides the following spending regulations: 1. Funds shall be allocated to county sheriffs’ departments to enhance law enforcement efforts. 2. Funds shall be used to supplement rather than supplant existing law enforcement resources. 3. Funds may not be used for any video surveillance or monitoring of the general public. Each of the 37 small and rural counties listed in the statute receives an estimated $500,000 annually. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget adds money to reserves making a balance of $2,036,679. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: The final Recommended Budget includes the following: • $549,000 to reimburse Budget Unit 2201 for additional positions and salary and benefit increases approved in prior years for recruitment and retention purposes. • $9,000 to rent space in Clearlake Oaks for a Sheriff Substation and $15,000 for necessary improvements to the rented space. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes $70,000 to replace computers and related equipment for employees throughout the Sheriff’s Department and $72,000 for SWAT vests. Capital Assets 2206 - Sheriff - Rural & Small Co 62-74 – Equipment – Other SWAT Vests             $72,000

Contingencies: No contingencies are in the final Recommended Budget.

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BU 2207 - SHERIFF-CIVIL (Fund 191)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit provides for implementation, maintenance and purchase of equipment necessary to support the Sheriff’s Civil Division. Funding: The funding in this budget is derived from fees collected pursuant to various provisions of the Government Code. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The Final Recommended Budget cancels some reserves leaving a balance of $92,859 in reserves. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations include $15,500 for reimbursement to other budget units within the Sheriff’s Department that provide support to this Division and $12,210 for maintenance, travel and other related costs. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes $30,000 to purchase a four wheel drive vehicle to enable civil papers to be served in remote locations. Capital Assets 2207 - Sheriff - Civil 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks SUV                 $30,000

Contingencies: No contingencies are in the Final Recommended Budget

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BU 2208 - SHERIFF-BLOOD ALCOHOL (Fund 192)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit is used to support the cost of blood, breath and urine analysis testing. Funding: The funding in this budget is derived from fines collected pursuant to the Penal Code as well as unexpended fund balance carry-over. Services and Supplies: The appropriations provide for payment of aforementioned testing.

BU 2209 - SHERIFF-HIGH TECHNOLOGY (Fund 193)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit was necessary to account for grants received for the acquisition of high technology software and hardware. There has been no activity in this fund for the past two years. Therefore, it is being closed.

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BU 2210 - SHERIFF-STC (Fund 196)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit supports the required training of Correctional Officers. Funding: The funding in this budget is received from the State Standards Training Authority. Services and Supplies: All recommended appropriations provide for the cost of tuition and per diem associated with the above training.

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BU 2212 - SHERIFF - AUTOMATED WARRANTS (Fund 195)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit supports the Sheriff’s Department automated warrant system. Funding: The funding in this budget is received from court fines. Services and Supplies: There are currently no plans to expend these funds in FY 13/14 but an appropriation in object code 28.30 is being recommended in the event eligible expenditures are identified.

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BU 2213 - DNA (Fund 189)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for the collection and use of criminal offender DNA samples and palm print impressions. Funding: The funding in this budget is received from court fines. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget adds money to reserves making a balance of $186,085. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: There no appropriations in the final Recommended Budget.

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BU 2214 - SHERIFF ASSET FORFEITURE (Fund 198)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The funding that supports this budget unit is generated from the sale of property seized pursuant to asset forfeiture proceedings and can only be utilized for costs specifically authorized by State law. Funding: Because of the source of such revenue, new funding cannot be reliably anticipated. Consequently, this budget unit is primarily funded with fund balance carry-over. Estimated new revenue is entirely from interest earnings. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget cancels somes reserves leaving a balance of $82,577. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: The budget includes appropriations $54,221 to complete the renovation of the former Animal Control building to make a secure facility for Sheriff operations at this site. Other appropriations include money for K-9 and SWAT team expenses. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes appropriations for items listed below: Capital Assets 2214 - Sheriff - Asset Forfeiture 62-79- Equipment - Other Weapons & related items             $20,300

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BU 2215 - SHERIFF INMATE WELFARE (Fund 199)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit provides for expenditures directly related to the benefit, education and welfare of inmates. Any monies not needed for these purposes can be used for facility maintenance and the salary and benefits of supporting personnel. Funding: The funding in this budget is received from jail commissary sales, inmate phone commissions, interest and various other miscellaneous sources. Services and Supplies: Appropriations in this budget provide for materials, supplies and equipment that support inmate welfare as well as provide reimbursement to Budget Unit 2301 for salaries and benefits of the Commissary Clerk and 50% of the cost of an Accounting Technician.

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BU 2216 - SHERIFF POOL VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (Fund 57)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit serves as the vehicle replacement fund for the non-pursuit vehicles assigned to the Sheriff’s Department. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget cancels some reserves leaving a balance of $356,020. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes appropriations for those vehicles listed below. Capital Assets 2216 - Sheriff Vehicle Replacement - Pool Vehicles 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks 8 Unmarked Vehicles and 1 sedan         $199,978

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BU 2217 - SHERIFF PURSUIT VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (Fund 58)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit functions as the vehicle replacement fund for pursuit and specially equipped vehicles assigned to the Sheriff’s Department. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget cancels some reserves leaving a balance of $1,249,712. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Capital Assets: The final Recommended Budget includes appropriations for those vehicles listed below: Capital Assets 2217 - Sheriff Vehicle Replacement - Pursuit Vehicles 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks 1 Undercover Vehicle, 1 Patrol Truck, 1 ADA vehicle, 1 Marine Patrol truck, 7 Patrol vehicles     $264,000

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BU 2218 - SHERIFF SEARCH & RESCUE (Fund 187)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit supports the Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue operations. Funding: The funding in this budget was received through a previous donation from the Grace Mouzakis-Thompson trust. Estimated new revenue is entirely from interest earnings. Obligated Fund Balance (informally known as reserves): The final Recommended Budget adds money to reserves making a balance of $419,849. The final amount may vary slightly depending on any changes to the final fund balance carry over. Services and Supplies: The final Recommended Budget includes appropriations to purchase essential supplies, tools, clothing, and training in support of search and rescue personnel and to purchase food for volunteers in the event of a prolonged search and rescue operation. Inventory Items: The final Recommended Budget includes $1,000 to purchase a laptop computer.

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BU 2220 - SHERIFF POST (Fund 186)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit supports the required bi-annual training of all peace officers and public safety dispatchers. Funding: The funding in this budget is received from the State POST program. Services and Supplies: All recommended appropriations are used exclusively for costs incurred in sending employees to POST approved training.

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BU 2221 - LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT (Fund 181)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding: This funding is derived from grant funds provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) which are intended to provide for increased law enforcement staffing not only in the Sheriff’s Department but also for the cities of Lakeport and Clearlake. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations provide for reimbursement to the Sheriff-Coroner budget unit for law enforcement personnel expenditures.

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BU 2301 - JAIL FACILITIES
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2301 JAIL FACILITIES Correctional Captain Correctional Lieutenant Correctional Sergeant Correctional Officer I/II Correctional Aide Accounting Technician Law Enforcement Records Technician III Law Enforcement Records Technician I/II Cook Food Services Supervisor Correctional Facilities Maintenance Technician Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III 1166644444552101 2103 1222 2038/2039 2210 0014 2017 2015/2016 0016 2037 0817 0812/0813/0814 Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 6.000 49.000 11.000 2.000 1.000 3.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 81.000 *This allocation will be reduced to five (5) upon the next vacancy **One position unfunded.     **         FY 2012/13 Adopted       *   ** FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 6.000 49.000 11.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 80.000       *   **       **           1.000 1.000 6.000 50.000 11.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 78.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.       *                     FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 6.000 49.000 11.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 77.000       * ** **                

Overview: This division of the Sheriffs Department is responsible for operation of the County jail, located on Hill Road in Lakeport. It is a State mandated function of the Sheriffs Department, and it is required to be operated in a manner that meets minimum State standards. The jail operates 24 hours per day, 365 days per year and is a very large and complex operation. The jail serves the residents of the unincorporated and incorporated areas of Lake County. There are significant costs involved in operating this facility and very limited options available for reducing costs, particularly in light of the State mandated standards for jail operations. Pursuant to AB 109, signed into law in April 2011, persons convicted of certain specified crimes (i.e. non-violent, non-serious, non-sex offenders) are either supervised by County Probation Departments or incarcerated in the County Jail rather than in State prison. This program, known as Public Safety Realignment, has a significant impact on the jail. The State provides funding to counties to develop programs to reduce recidivism and address impacts from being responsible for these offenders. Funding Sources: This budget unit is primarily funded by general fund discretionary revenue. The estimated revenue that is credited to this budget unit comes from a variety of sources, including contracts for inmate labor, State subventions and jail booking fees. In addition, Proposition 172 sales tax revenues are used to offset a portion of the general fund cost of this budget unit. Intrafund transfers provide reimbursement from other budget units such as the inmate welfare budget and the criminal justice facilities budget. Despite this variety of revenue sources, the majority of expenses in this budget unit are financed by general fund discretionary revenues. Jail operations are a basic responsibility of the County and are primarily funded by general purpose revenues such as property tax and sales tax. Public Safety Realignment money provides $839,111 for salaries and benefits, additional costs in service and supplies, professional services, and facility improvements. The cost of providing medical services to jail inmates, approximately $2.34 million, is over and above the appropriations in this budget unit. The appropriation for that expense is in BU 2304 administered by the Health Services Department. C - 102 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

The anticipated revenue from the Road Department of $45,000 for facilitating the use of inmate labor has been deleted from the budget. Salaries and Benefits: The position allocation chart above reflects an overall decrease in the number of allocated positions primarily due to the elimination of vacant cook positions after contracting for food services. Services and Supplies: A large amount of this division’s Services and Supplies is for utilities. Other significant appropriations are for clothing and personal supplies, communications, household expense, insurance, equipment and building maintenance, office supplies, transportation and professional/specialized services such as pre­ employment testing. A significant appropriation of $300,625 is recommended in object code 18.00 for maintenance projects, including roof repair ($100,000), plumbing and electrical repairs. The final Recommended Budget continues to include significant increases (compared to pre-AB 109) to various services and supply accounts (i.e. Account 13.00-Food, Account 11.00-Clothing) reflecting the increased costs due to Public Safety Realignment. To fund these additional costs, $100,000 is provided from Public Safety Realignment money. The budget also includes $150,000 to contract with BI Incorporated to provide an in-custody program to reduce recidivism and $94,000 for the jail needs assessment which is necessary to apply for State funding for jail construction. Both of these contracts are funded by AB 109 money. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The Final Recommended Budget includes $5,000 for laundry equipment and the following Capital Assets: • • $130,000 (funded by General Fund one-time money) for security fencing and outdoor yard covers now needed due to Public Safety Realignment; $56,000 to begin modifications to the control room and tower. Total modifications will cost substantially more but this amount will enable the Department to begin the project. When this project is completed fewer positions will be required to staff the Central Control Room/Tower. This is funded by AB 109 money as the need to consolidate supervisory functions is caused by Public Safety Realignment; $34,000 for a cell check software system funded by AB 109 money. $103,387 for HVAC replacement, $65,000 for climate control system, and $25,000 for security cameras, and $25,000 for security locks. All funded by General Fund one-time money.

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Capital Assets 2301 - Jail Facilities Security Locks Secure Metal Cover-- Male Dorm Perimeter Security Fencing Security Cover Pod A & E   62-74 – Equipment – Other Cell check system   62-79 - Equipment - Prior Year Replacement HVAC Equipment Climate Control System Security Cameras                         $103,387 $65,000 $25,000 $56,000                           $34,000     $25,000 $50,000 $20,000 $60,000 61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Year

Combine Control Tower and Control Room Equipment

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BU 2302 – PROBATION

(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2302 PROBATION OFFICER JUVENILE COURT Chief Probation Officer Assistant Chief Probation Officer Chief Deputy Probation Officer I/II Senior Deputy Probation Officer Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III Probation Aide Probation Administrative Manager I/II Probation Supervising Analyst Staff Services Analyst I/II Legal Secretary III Legal Secretary I/II Office Assistant III Welfare Fraud InvestigatorSupervisor Welfare Fraud Investigator/Trainee   1113441344441616  1130 0230 0234/0235 0619 0621/0620/0623 0622 0232/0233 0231 0723/0725 2014 2031/2072 2042 0752 0751/0750   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 33.000         *                         FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 34.000                                       1.000 1.000 2.000 2.000 17.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 35.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                                       1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 17.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 36.000             ** ***     FY 2013/14 Final Recommended      

*This allocation will be reduced to three (3) upon the next vacancy. **This allocation will be reduced to two (2) upon the next vacancy. *** Two positions are unfunded.

Overview: This budget unit funds operation of the Probation Department. This does not include the juvenile home, which is in a separate budget unit. Probation is a mandated function which operates under the supervision of the Courts. The department head is appointed by the courts, rather than by the Board of Supervisors. When the State assumed responsibility for funding the courts, the funding did not include probation services, which remains a mandated financial responsibility of the County general fund. Policy Issues: The reduction of SB 678 revenues has negatively impacted the department by eliminating funding for several positions even as case and work loads continue to increase. The future of SB 678 revenue is anticipated to continue to decline without any new or additional funding sources on the horizon. Further staff reductions in the face of increasing caseloads, especially from AB 109, could critically threaten public safety. Funding Sources: This budget unit is primarily financed through a combination of state and federal grants and subventions. County discretionary revenues provide the remaining funding. This department will receive the largest share of the Public Safety Realignment monies which provides funding from the State for supervision of offenders who were released from State prison as a result of a court-order to reduce prison population. Allocation of Public Safety Realignment funds is overseen by the Executive Committee of the local Community Corrections Partnership (CCP). This year, the CCP allocated $927,410 to the Probation budget. In addition to Public Safety Realignment funding, this budget unit will also receive $238,000, a 64% reduction from prior year, from funding provided pursuant to SB 678 (statutes of 2009) which is intended to support efforts at reducing recidivism of adult offenders. Other significant sources of funding include $117,000 from the State Youthful Offender Block Grant, $177,789 from the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (AB1913) which provides funding for programs targeted at C - 106 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

prevention, intervention and suppression of juveniles, and $250,000 from federal Title IV funding. Salaries and Benefits: Due to the reduction in SB 678 funding, several positions were left unfunded and will remain vacant even though caseloads continue to rise. The amount appropriated for salaries and benefits reflects savings from leaving two currently vacant positions unfunded. For this fiscal year, AB 109 funds were used to fund 2 Probation Officer positions and an additional 2 Probation Officers were funded with one time money from salary savings from the prior year. There are 3 Welfare Fraud Investigators, 2 added last year and 1 this year, listed in the position allocation chart for the department; however, these positions are funded by the Department of Social Services. Services and Supplies and Other Charges: The recommended appropriation includes routine expenses associated with departmental operations, such as telephone expense, insurance, office supplies, equipment maintenance, training, transportation and travel, postage, utilities, etc. Money for mandated training is appropriated in account 29.50. Unique appropriations in this budget unit include money for the Mendo/Lake Alternative Work Program and money to place youth in a “boys ranch” facility. Appropriations for services, supplies and other changes also reflect the funding that is necessary to provide for the responsibilities associated with the Public Safety Realignment and includes $76,884 for miscellaneous services and supplies such as communications, rent, office supplies, electronic monitoring, travel, training and utilities. An appropriation of $636,000 supports the contract with Behavioral Intervention (BI) for services that may be required by those being released from State prison pursuant to the Public Safety Realignment program. Inventory Items: The budget includes $3,833 in appropriations for the replacement of computers and printers and the acquisition of communication equipment.

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BU 2303 - JUVENILE HOME
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1344  0236 0628 0626/0627/0628 0624   1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000             FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000             FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000             FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 4.000 14.000 1.000 20.000            

Budget Unit No. and Name 2303 JUVENILE HOME Chief Deputy Probation Officer-Juvenile Home Superintendent Senior Juvenile Correctional Officer Juvenile Correctional Officer I/II/III Juvenile Correctional Aide  

Overview: The Juvenile Home is a division of the Probation Department and operates under standards and guidelines established by the State and the courts. The Juvenile Home is a detention facility which houses youth offenders ages 12 to 19. These offenders have committed a variety of crimes. Funding Sources: 98% of the appropriations in this budget are financed by general fund discretionary revenues. Even though the functions of this Division are mandated, the only State revenue is a reimbursement for a portion of the cost of providing meals. Salaries and Benefits: The number of permanent staff has remained constant over the last few years. In May 2011, the Division discontinued 12 hour shifts. As a result, the overtime has been reduced by over 50% from what it was prior to this scheduling change. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations for services and supplies include facility operational costs such as utilities, food, clothing, janitorial and cleaning supplies, insurance, equipment maintenance, general office supplies, transportation and travel. Unique appropriations include those for drug testing, employee applicant evaluations, and employee vaccinations. The recommended appropriation in account 40-70 reflects Juvenile Home’s share of the cost of meals pursuant to the contract with Aramark and the recent requirement of the State’s Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) new policy to charge counties for the placement of juveniles at State facilities. The monthly fee is $2,000 per month for each juvenile placed, and currently the County has one juvenile assigned by the DJJ to a State facility. Total recommended appropriations for services and supplies are in line with prior year levels. Inventory Items: The budget does not include any inventory items.

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BU 2304 - JAIL MEDICAL SERVICES
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for medical and mental health services to inmates of the jail and juvenile hall. Prior to January 1996, these services were provided by County employees as a division of the Health Department. In December 1995 the County entered into a contract with California Forensic Medical Group (CFMG). The contract has been renewed every three years since that time. Staff has investigated other options, but none appear feasible or have the ability to provide the same level of service for a lower cost. Funding Sources: The recommended appropriation reflects the cost of operating the program after applying support received from Public Health realignment revenues ($349,337) and Mental Health realignment revenues ($184,200). These amounts are shown in the County’s budget as an intrafund transfer (expenditure reduction) rather than as revenue, thereby reducing the bottom line appropriation. The total cost of this program is actually $2,340,303. This budget unit will also receive an allocation of $97,000 from Public Safety realignment which is intended to provide for the increased cost of medical services that have resulted from Public Safety Realignment, including an increase in jail population, longer sentences and a change in inmate demographics. The General Fund obligation for this budget unit is $1,427,966; however, other funding sources are incorporated to off-set the costs associated to maintain this program. In addition to providing $97,000 for extraordinary costs, Public Safety Realignment is providing $200,000 to reduce General Fund revenues used to finance this program; an additional $55,000 to reduce Public Health Realignment revenues; and an the amount of $28,800 to reduce Mental Health Realignment revenue. These allocations were approved by the Community Corrections Partnership Executive Committee on May 31, 2013. Services and Supplies: Of the total recommended appropriation, $2,133,303 reflects the anticipated total cost of the contract with CFMG. The remaining appropriation of $207,000 provides for ambulance transportation and extraordinary expenses not covered by the CFMG contract (i.e. costs in excess of $15,000).

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BU 2305 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITIES (Fund 51)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The funding in this budget is from a portion of court fines and fees that are collected specifically for deposit in the Criminal Justice Facilities Fund. This is a restricted revenue stream that can be used only for specific purposes. Services and Supplies: This appropriation will be used to reimburse the Jail budget for costs incurred in operating and maintaining the County’s jail facility. This is an allowable and appropriate use of these funds.

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BU 2601 - AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER (CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver) Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2601 AGRICULTURAL COMMISSIONER Ag Commissioner/Sealer of W & M Deputy W&M Sealer-Ag Biologist/Deputy Ag Commissioner-W&M Insp/Deputy Ag Commisioner-Sealer of W&M Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III (Class B Lic req’d) Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III Ag Biologist/W & M Insp I/II/III-Pesticide Use Enforcement Secretary II   10090 Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000       1.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.     FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000       10156/0157/0154 1.000   5554  0084/0085/0086 0081/0082/0083 0087/0088/0089 2003   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000               1.000   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000               1.000   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000               1.000   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000              

Overview: The department provides a variety of services in the administration and enforcement of laws and regulations of the California Food and Agriculture Code and the California Administrative Code pertaining to: pesticide laws, pest detection, management, and eradication; pesticide use enforcement; invasive weed eradication; inspections of nursery plants; egg quality inspections; plus various other regulatory functions. It also is responsible for inspections of commercial weighing/measuring devices, weigh-master operations, and quantity control for prepackaged commodities. Funding Sources: Appropriations are partially funded by general fund discretionary revenues. A significant amount of special revenues are generated by fees for enforcement services, permits, inspections, and most significantly, State revenue from unrefunded gas tax which is typically in excess of $125,000. The State also provides reimbursement for the cost of certain pest inspection and disease control services. Overall, the total amount of these special revenues is expected to be comparable to prior years. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriations provide for the same permanent staffing level as in the prior year. Funding for extra help partially offsets the impact from the elimination of one Ag Biologist Inspector II position in FY 10/11. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations in most of the services and supplies accounts are similar to the prior year’s budget and provide for basic operational costs of the department and include $26,500 to provide for invasive weed spraying services. Inventory Items: The budget includes $1,038 for equipment related to the pesticide enforcement program.

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BU 2602 - BUILDING AND SAFETY (Fund 109)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2602 BUILDING AND SAFETY Chief Building Official Deputy Building Official Plans Examiner, Senior Grading & Stormwater Inspector I/II Building Inspector II Building Inspector I/II Community Development Technician I/II/III   1135554  2106 2107 0310 0047/0048 0312 0311/0312 2300/2301/2302   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000             *   FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                     1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                     1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 3.000 1.000 8.000 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended                 *

*Three positions funded through December 31, 2013

Overview: The Building and Safety Division of the Community Development Department provides building and grading inspection services, which include commercial and residential plan review, permitting, and inspections, in the unincorporated area of Lake County. The Division also has responsibility for the enforcement of the “Boardedup Building” ordinance. The Division’s responsibility for the Lake County Stormwater Ordinance has been transferred to the Department of Water Resources. This Division continues to be responsible for the field work associated with the code enforcement program. Having certified building inspectors involved in code enforcement has proven to be an effective way to leverage similar tasks and skills. The Building Division and Planning Division work together by pooling their respective expertise in different areas to provide Code Enforcement services throughout the County. Additional changes and resources are being proposed in Budget Unit 2702-Planning to provide a more reactive and effective Code Enforcement Program. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by building permits and fees, fund balance carry-over from last year, and a transfer from the General Fund (in account 8122) to cover the shortfall in permit revenues and provide funding for the Code Enforcement Program. While permit revenues are less than a quarter of the receipts in FY 2007-08 and earlier, the revenues are fairly stable and consistent with the last couple of years. A slight increase was realized in FY 12/13 and the Recommended Budget includes an anticipated slight increase in FY 13/14. The Recommended Budget includes $60,000 of one-time money to support code enforcement activities. The $25,000 provided to Budget Unit 2604 – Nuisance Abatement, last fiscal year to fund extra help involved in marijuana abatement was not spent and is being used to fund a portion of an additional Building Inspector position. The additional funds for the third inspector position are from prior year one-time money in the Building and Safety fund. All other funding for marijuana abatement is in Budget Unit 2604. Salaries and Benefits: There are a number of recent and planned retirements that require a transition plan within the Department. This plan allocates a Chief Building Official, Deputy Building Official, Community Development Technician, Grading and Stormwater Inspector, and three Building Inspectors. This includes an additional Building Inspector being added to allocate more efforts toward the Code Enforcement Program. While this will be a Building Inspector position to provide building inspection support, the primary focus of this position will be code enforcement activities. Services and Supplies: Appropriations in the services and supply accounts are the minimum amounts necessary to support basic operations and the Division’s share of countywide overhead. Services and supply accounts also provide funding for code enforcement activities, including $15,000 for towing abandoned vehicles. Additional costs are required this fiscal year for Building Code updates and required training and certifications for inspectors.

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BU 2604 - NUISANCE ABATEMENT (Fund 188)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for the abatement of code violations and for cleanup of illegal dump sites. Funds also are set aside to supplement community- organized cleanups. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by payments of liens placed on abated properties as they are sold and the interest earnings on those funds. This fund is running out of money. Due to the slow housing market, property tax liens are not being repaid as quickly as they were a few years ago. Furthermore, sales of properties through the tax lien sale results in properties being sold for less than what is owed the abatement fund. The budget includes $150,000 from General Fund one-time money ($75,000 from last year and another $75,000 added this year) for the abatement of marijuana grow sites and $40,000 from General Fund one-time money (carried over from last year) for the abatement of abandoned pear orchards. Staff is pursuing methods to recover abatement costs that will yield results sooner than waiting for the property to sell. Services and Supplies and Other Charges: The budget includes an appropriation to fund activities for which the County does not receive reimbursement through liens. These activities include community clean-up projects with volunteers, cleanup of illegal dumping areas, and disposal of large recreational vehicles and buses that do not qualify for reimbursement under the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Authority. The budget includes $75,000 for legal services associated with enforcing the Medical Marijuana Ordinance. The Administrative Office, Community Development and County Counsel are researching a plan for increased prosecution of environmental crimes. Money could be used to contract with a private attorney or to hire additional staff in either the County Counsel or District Attorney’s Office. A specific recommendation as to how legal services will be provided will be presented as the County’s marijuana abatement program is developed. The budget also includes $10,000 for small tools, transportation, and to support community groups that may be involved in cleaningup former marijuana grow sites. The budget includes approximately $147,000 to hire contractors for nuisance abatement costs that have typically been funded from this budget. The budget also includes $65,000 for marijuana abatement costs (carried over from the prior year), which may included matching funds for grants, payments to contractors for clean-up, and environmental restoration work. Furthermore, the budget includes another $40,000 to abate abandoned pear orchards. The pear industry is one of the mainstays of the Lake County economy and enforcing the abandon pear orchard ordinance is one way County government can assist in the survival of this important industry. The money for the abatement of marijuana grow sites and abandoned pear orchards is intended as seed money to begin a revolving funding program. A lien will be placed on the property and when recovered will fund the abatement of the next property. Specifics of each program will be developed in the coming months; however, it is the intention that the money not be spent until a method of recovery be identified without having to simply wait until the property is sold. Reserves: In order to finance the budget, reserves will be cancelled by $31,596, leaving a balance of $134,705.

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BU 2701 - FISH AND GAME (Fund 131)
(CAO Staff: Chris Shaver)

Overview: This fund supports projects that improve wildlife habitat and fisheries in the County. Funding Sources: This program is financed through fine and penalty revenues that result from citations issued by State Fish and Game, plus budget reserves and interest. Services and Supplies: The primary appropriation in this budget provides for invasive species management, recreational promotion, and restoration projects. Projects in the prior year included new Quagga/Zebra signage, payment of costs associated with marijuana clean-up efforts on the Mendocino National Forest and payment of tipping fees associated with various creek cleanup efforts. This fiscal year an award of $1,300 was allocated to the Water Resources Department to construct and distribute artificial substrates throughout Clear Lake for early detection and warning of invasive mussels. Reserves and Designations: There is a general reserve balance in the amount of $3,731.

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BU 2702 – PLANNING
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2702 PLANNING Community Development Director Principal Planner Senior Planner Assistant Planner I/II/Associate Planner Planner Aide/Asst Planner I/II/Associate Planner Asst Resource Planner I/II/Assoc Resource Planner Asst Resource Planner I/II/Assoc Resource Planner (.8 FTE) Office Manager Community Development Technician I/II/III Office Assistant III Office Assistant I/II   11344443444  1110 1105 1100 2067/2044/1105
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Class Code No.  

FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500       *   **            

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500             **                

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13.500           **                

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 4.500 1.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 14.300                    **         ***

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*One position allocated at .9 thru December 31, 2012.

**One additional position allocated, but unfunded, due to an employee being on extended leave. ***One .5 time employee effective December 21, 2013 pending meet and confer with employee association  

Overview: This budget unit includes staff and routine operating expenses for general administration of the Community Development Department, as well as the Planning Division. The Planning Division of the Community Development Department provides land use and development services to the unincorporated area of the County. Goals include revising and streamlining the Zoning Ordinance this fiscal year. The Planning Division has been required to shoulder a large portion of the Code Enforcement Program work load with the elimination of the Division a few years ago. Planning staff work closely with the Building Inspectors (who act as Code Enforcement Officers) to handle nuisance and marijuana abatement cases. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded with a combination of fees and permits, Geothermal Resource Royalties, and by general fund discretionary revenues. In anticipation of additional projects qualifying for fee waivers under the “Fee Waiver and Deferral Policy for Economic Development Projects” policy adopted by the Board of Supervisors in December 2011, one-time money of $20,000 is dedicated to covering this loss of revenue. Fee and permit revenues increased slightly in FY 12/13 and an additional small increase is estimated in FY 13/14. Salaries and Benefits: Appropriations are sufficient to maintain existing staffing levels. As shown on the position allocation chart above, a half-time resource planner will be increased to a 4/5ths time position and a half-time Assistant Planner position will be added in December to provide additional support to enhance the Code Enforcement Program. Not only will the Resource Planner have more time to work on code enforcement, but it will allow more field time for the other Resource Planner to do grading inspections, in particular addressing environmental damage due to illegal marijuana grows. Services and Supplies: Appropriations are similar to previous years and as necessary to support basic operations and work on special projects such as updating the Zoning Ordinance. The budget also includes $31,261, for the County’s required contribution to the Local Area Formation Commission.The budget also includes $48,682 carry-over from the prior year to continue the contract with a consultant to re-write the zoning ordinance. The contract was awarded in the spring of 2012. In addition to revising the Zoning Ordinance to conform to the revised General Plan, the new Zoning Ordinance will be more user-friendly and include policies and procedures to facilitate private investment in the County. C - 124 FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2703 - ANIMAL CARE & CONTROL
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2703 ANIMAL CONTROL Animal Control Director Animal Control Officer I/II/III Kennel Coordinator Animal Control Facilities Supervisor Account Clerk II - 3/4 *Reduce to 4 allocations upon next vacancy.   4  0012   1550155 0151/0152/0153 0156 Class Code No.   1.000 4.000 1.000 0.000 0.750 6.750 FY 2012/13 Adopted                 1.000 5.000 1.000 0.000 0.750 7.750 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013     *           1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.750 7.750 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                 1.000 5.000 0.000 1.000 0.750 7.750   FY 2013/14 Recommended     *  

Overview: The Animal Care & Control Department is responsible for enforcement of local and state laws related to animal care and control issues. The department is legally required to provide services in the unincorporated areas of the County. The department is also contracted to provide shelter services to both the incorporated cities and to respond to call-out requests made by Lakeport residents. Funding Sources: Appropriations are funded by general fund discretionary revenues. Revenue is generated from the contractual arrangements with the cities of Lakeport and Clearlake. Additional revenues come from fees from licenses, surrenders, redemptions, veterinarian services and adoptions. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation includes an additional Animal Control Officer for the purpose of maintaining staffing levels and services, as an officer is currently on extended leave. However, this 5th position will be eliminated once the department is operating at full staffing levels. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriation for services and supplies was increased due to the addition of full-time services with a local veterinarian. In addition, appropriations for medical supplies and supplies and service have been increased due to a significant jump in demand for vaccinations and microchips. Inventory Items: The appropriation will provide for replacement of two computers.

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2704 - EMERGENCY SERVICES
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2704 EMERGENCY SERVICES Emergency Services Coordinator 3  1600   Class Code No.   0.000 0.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000         1.000 1.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.         1.000 1.000 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended      

Overview: The Office of Emergency Services is now under the management of County Administrative Office. However, administration of prior year grants and first responder planning and coordination is continuing to be performed by staff in the Sheriff’s Office. Since the Sheriff’s Office is first responder agency, it is appropriate for the Sheriff’s Office staff to continue performing those responsibilities. CAO staff will administer new grants and perform tasks in a supportive role such as training, planning, and coordinating efforts among departments. Funding Sources: The Emergency Services Program is financed by the Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP), Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG), and General Fund revenues which provide the required 100% cash and in-kind match for the EMPG grant. Salaries and Benefits: As shown on the position allocation chart, the full-time Emergency Services Coordinator is allocated to this budget unit. Additional personnel costs in BU 2201 - Sheriff Coroner and BU 1012 – Administrative Office are partially funded by grants or are used as in-kind matching funds for the EMPG grant. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations provide basic office supplies and services and travel for the Emergency Services Coordinator and payments to BU 2201 for reimbursement for administration of prior year grants and first responder planning and coordination that is continuing to be performed by staff in the Sheriff’s Office. Contributions to Other Government Agencies: The Recommended Budget includes $103,798 to provide to various fire districts and the two city police departments for emergency medical equipment, hazardous materials equipment, personal protective equipment, and communication equipment. Inventory Items: The budget includes an appropriation for radios for the Sheriff’s Office funded by a prior year HSGP grant. Capital Assets: To address communication needs accentuated by the “Wye Fire” and as recommended by the recently completed “Interoperability Needs Assessment and Strategic Planning Guide for Two-way Radio Communications,” the budget includes $29,979 for repeater equipment on Walker Ridge. The budget also includes carry over funds for equipment in Central Dispatch and repeater equipment on Mt. Konocti. Capital Assets 2704 - Office of Emergency Services 62-74 – Equipment – Other Walker Ridge Repeater equipment 62-79 - Equipment - Prior Year MODUCOM Upgrade Audio Recorder Konocti Repeater                         $29,979     $99,639 $16,179 $20,798

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2707 - RECORDER
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2707 RECORDER Supervising Deputy Assessor-Recorder Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III   34  2224 2220/2221/2222   Class Code No.   1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted         FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 3.000 4.000           1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.           1.000 3.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended        

Overview: The County Recorder is responsible for recording a variety of documents that pertain to real property in Lake County or documents that are required by statute to be recorded. The County Recorder is the official custodian for all permanent records and indexes of the County’s official records. The records are available to the public during regular business hours. The County Recorder also serves as the local registrar of birth, death and marriage records. Funding Sources: Appropriations are financed with general fund discretionary revenues, but the division generates a significant amount of revenue through recording fees. Other revenues collected by this office include documentary transfer taxes and fees for burial permits. Recording fees have declined significantly due to the downturn in the real estate market over the past five to seven years. However, the past three years have remained relatively steady. FY 12/13 showed approximately a 15% increase in recording revenues from previous years and approached levels seen in 2008. We anticipate this fiscal year’s revenues to remain consistent with FY 12/13. Salaries and Benefits: The appropriation provides funding to maintain the same staffing level as last year. Services and Supplies: Appropriations fund basic operating costs (i.e., telephones, office supplies, postage, etc.) and reflect a slight increase from the prior fiscal year, primarily because of increases in insurance costs. Reimbursement to the Assessor’s budget for one-sixth of the salary and benefits of the Assessor-Recorder is also included in this budget under Services and Supplies.

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2708 - RECORDER-MICROGRAPHICS (Fund 182)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 2708 - RECORDER-MICROGRAPHICS Deputy Assessor-Recorder I/II/III   4  2220/2221/2222   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000         0.000 0.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.       FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   0.000 0.000      

Funding Sources: The funding in this budget is derived from an additional $1 document filing fee collected pursuant to the Government Code. It is used exclusively to defray the cost of converting the Recorder’s document storage system to a more efficient system of micrographic storage. Salaries and Benefits: Previously a full-time Deputy Assessor-Recorder position was in this budget unit to perform micrographic work. This position was vacated and is no longer allocated. Micrographics work is now performed by two extra help positions funded from this Budget Unit. Services and Supplies: Significant appropriations include $89,000 to image, index and restore documents. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classification: Classification General Total Existing Balance $588,543 Increase/Decrease $58,958 Proposed Total $647,501 $647,501

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2709 - RECORDER-MODERNIZATION (Fund 183)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Funding Sources: The funding in this budget is derived from an additional recording fee collected pursuant to the Government Code and is used solely for the modernization of the County system of recording documents. Services and Supplies: As mentioned under Budget Unit 1123-Assessor, this budget unit reimburses the Assessor’s budget for one-third of the salary and benefits of the Assessor-Recorder. This represents the time the Assessor-Recorder spends managing the Recorder’s modernization projects. Other significant appropriations are for professional and specialized services. This includes the Hal Systems licensing and information technology support from the County’s IT Department. The budget includes $20,000 carried-over from the prior year for an office remodel that will update and provide more room at the front counter of the Recorder’s office. Inventory Items: The budget includes $22,474 for computers, software and chairs. Contingencies: $15,000 is budgeted as a contingency. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classification: Classification General Total Existing Balance $691,939 Increase/Decrease $-18,034 Proposed Total $673,905 $673,905

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BU 2710 - RECORDER-VITALS & HEALTH STATISTICS (fund 184)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Funding Sources: The funding in this budget is derived from an additional fee charged for providing certified copies of documents and is used to defray the cost of maintaining vital statistics. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations include funding for the purchase of bank note paper on which all vital records are reproduced, as well as funding for restoration of vital statistics books, conversion of vital records to electronic images, and transportation and travel. Contingencies: $2,000 is budgeted as a contingency. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classification: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total General Total $59,684 $21,161 $80,845 $647,501

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2711 - SPAY-NEUTER PROGRAMS (Fund 190)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: The purpose of this budget unit is to promote and support spay and neuter programs that serve to control the over-population of dogs and cats. To this end, this budget unit supports the cost of operating the medical clinic located at the Animal Care and Control shelter where mandatory spay and neuter procedures are performed on all adopted animals. The availability of the in-house clinic allowed for discontinuance of the long-standing voucher program. Funding Sources: The funding in this budget unit is derived from the following sources: 1. Spay and Neuter fees collected when an animal is adopted directly from the shelter. 2. Spay and Neuter fees paid by both in-county and out-of-county rescue groups for animals they intend to place. 3. One-half of the $50 unaltered dog licensing fee. 4. Donations. 5. Grants from PetsSmart and ASPCA. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations provide for the operation of the clinic including medical supplies, building rent, utilities and veterinary services. An appropriation of $140,000 provides for on-site services of a full time licensed Veterinarian and a Registered Veterinary Technician pursuant to the contract recently approved by the Board of Supervisors. Inventory Items: An amount of $4,000 is allocated for the acquisition of a post surgery recovery trailer for animals recovering from veterinarian surgical procedures.

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 2714 - BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITY FUND (Fund 134)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This fund supports the County’s trapper program. The primary appropriation is for the contract with U.S. Department of Agriculture for trapper services. This fund also pays for maintenance of the Bridge Arbor fishing access area. Funding Sources: This program is funded primarily by property taxes; however, general fund support in the amount of $35,872 and an unreserved fund balance carry-over of $3,731 are needed in order to fully fund the services provided by this budget unit. The general fund also continues to make an in-kind contribution to this program by not charging for the Agricultural Commissioner’s time managing the contract or for County overhead. Services and Supplies: As indicated above, the primary appropriation in this fund is the contract for trapping services whereby the USDA provides the equivalent of 1.5 trapper positions to serve Lake County residents. This staffing level has remained consistent for many years.

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BU 3011 - ROAD (Fund 98)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 3011 ROAD DEPARTMENT Public Works Superintendent Public Works Area Supervisor Public Works Leadworker Public Works Worker I/II/III Public Works Worker I/II Public Works Inmate Crew Leader Sign & Painting Maintenance Supervisor Bridge Maintenance Supervisor Bridge Maintenance Worker Heavy Equipment Operator II Heavy Equipment Operator I   *One position unfunded 13355533555  1180 0810 2049 2050/2096/2098 2050/2096 2218 2046 2045 2044 2048 2047   Class Code No.   1.000 3.000 3.000 2.000 8.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 33.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted        
 

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 3.000 3.000 10.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 33.000        
 

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 3.000 3.000 11.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 34.000        
 

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 3.000 3.000 11.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 34.000        
*

               

               

               

               

Overview: This division of the Department of Public Works (DPW) is responsible for the maintenance, repair and reconstruction of the roads and bridges within the County maintained road system. There are more than 600 miles of roads in the County maintained system. Many roads in the County maintained system are in need of chip seal, overlays, and major reconstruction, but the amount of funding available is much less than the amount actually needed. The Road Division provides services in the unincorporated areas of Lake County. However, those services also benefit the residents of the incorporated cities who use County roads. A significant commitment towards pavement preservation on existing county maintained roads will be continued this fiscal year from last fiscal year. The work will consist primarily of chip seals and fog seals and some pavement rehabilitation and overlay in the county’s arterial and collector streets. The primary funding sources will be the onetime General Fund money provided two years ago, Construction Traffic Road Impact Fees, and Proposition 1B. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by a combination of several revenue sources, including property tax, State and federal gasoline tax, federal timber receipts, and interest earnings, federal and State grant programs, and state sales tax on fuel. Reserves: Adjustments to reserves may be necessary based on actual fund balance carry-over. Salaries and Benefits: The number of allocated positions remains the same number as last year. Services and Supplies: In addition to basic operating and maintenance expenses, the budget includes payments to Budget Unit 9907 to rent equipment, to Budget Unit 1903 for Public Works Department overhead, and to Budget Unit 1120 for Countywide overhead. Significant appropriations for specific road projects are included in the Work Program on the following pages. Other Charges: The appropriations in this category include right-of-way acquisitions ($973,000) and chip sealing and other road repair projects ($1,285,200). Inventory Items: The budget includes $4,500 to replace computers and other office equipment. Capital Assets: The budget includes money for several road, bridge, and trail projects as listed in the chart below and in the Work Program on the following pages. FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14 C - 141

Capital Assets 3011 - Road     63-01 - CIP - Roads     South Main Widening & Underground Utilities     Soda Bay Widening & Underground Utilities Soda Bay/Mission Rancheria         Nice-Lucerne Cut-off Lakeshore Boulevard Rehabilitation         County-wide Rehabilitation   63-02 - CIP - Bridges Cole Creek Bridge, Seigler Canyon Road Bridge, Hendricks Creek Bridge, St. Helena Creek Bridge @ Hilderbrand, Manning Creek @ Mathews Road, Manning Creek @ Ackley Road, Highland Creek @ Highland Springs Road, Robinson Creek @ Mockingbird, Harbin Creek Bridge, Anderson Creek Bridge @ Foard, Middle Creek Bridge @ Robinson, Clover Creek Bridge @ Bridge Arbor, Clayton Creek @ CCR, Cooper Creek Bridge @ Witter Springs, Clover Creek Bridge @ First Street, Clark Drive Bridge @ Cole Creek, Fritch Road Bridge, Dry Creek Bridge   63-09 - CIP - Sidewalks/Curbs/Bike Paths     Bridge Arbor Recreational Trail     Konocti Road Sidewalks     Contingencies: The budget does not include any money for contingencies.

   

   

$630,000 $350,000 $210,000 $753,000 $994,000 $2,748,000

$8,924,000

    $80,000 $385,000

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County of Lake, Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Road Fund - Work Program - Revenues

General Purpose Road Revenues County Property Taxes H.O.P.T.R. Highway Users Gas Tax (State) Interest Earnings

$

683,100 10,318 3,718,691 48,000 $ 4,460,109

Project Specific Revenues HBP Bridge (88.53% fed with toll credits) (cole creek 80%) HSIP Sign Replacement and Overlay Demo Grant (South Main) Road & Street services, CSA reimb, Other Contributions State FEMA/CalEMA (Victoria Drainage) Cal Recycle (NLCO, Lakeshore Blvd rehab) Federal Gas Tax (State Exchange); RSTP (APC) STIP, federal (countywide rehab) STIP, State (Sole Creek, South Main/SBR) TE (BART, south main/SBR) IRR (Indian Reservation Road) (NLCO) State Toll Credits (11.47% to HBP federal) SR2S (Konocti Road sidewalks)

$ 7,925,092 146,600 90,000 983,670 243,900 244,000 604,873 2,708,800 1,595,000 111,600 241,000 806,008 333,900 $ 16,034,443

Other Revenues Construction Traffic Road Fee and Road Impact Fee Miscellaneous Rule 20, Soda Bay/South Main (underground utilities) Transfer in (from Fund 99) Prop 1B FY 12/13 uses

$

75,000 4,075 40,000 591,793 $ 710,868

Total Revenues Fund Balance & Reserve Cancellations Prop 1B, 13/14 uses SB 621 Indian Gaming Mitigation General Road Fund balance uses Total Budget

$ 21,205,420

$ 1,354,543 125,000 141,317 $ 22,826,280

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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County of Lake, Fiscal Year 2013 - 2014 Road Fund - Work Program - Appropriations Administration Public Works Administration General County Overhead General Road Overhead Undistributed Engineering Sub-Total Maintenance Force Account Labor Force Account Equipment Road Maintenance Materials Bridge Construction Materials Sub-Total Maintenance Projects Inmate Road Crew Twin Lakes/Melody Lane/Reimbursable /CSA's Adopt-a-Road Pavement preservation and Improvement projects Sub-Total Construction Projects Soda Bay/Mission Rancheria (SB621) Nice-Lucerne cut-off (Prop 1B, IRR) STIP Countywide Rehab (STIP & Exc $) Lakeshore Blvd Rehab (Prop 1B/Traffic Impact Fee) Hendricks Road Bridge (Prop 1B) Cole Creek Bridge (HBP/Exchange) South Main Widening (TE/STIP) Soda Bay Widening (Demo/TE/STIP) So Main & Soda Bay Underground Utilities (Demo/TE) Seigler Canyon Road Bridge (Prop 1B) St. Helena Ck Bridge @ Hilderbrand (HBP/Exchange) Manning Creek @ Mathews Road (HBP, Exc $) Manning Creek @ Ackley Road (HBP, Exc $) Highland Creek @ Highland Springs Road (HBP, Exc $) Robinson Creek Bridge @ Mockingbird Lane (HBP, Exc $) Harbin Creek Bridge (HBP, Exc $) Middle Creek Bridge @ Robinson (HBP, Exc $) Clover Creek Bridge @ Bridge Arbor (HBP, Exc $) Clover Creek Bridge @ First Street (HBP, Exc $) Clayton Creek Bridge @ CCR (HBP, Exc $) Cooper Creek Bridge @ Witter Sprgs (HBP, Exc $) Middle Creek Bridge @ Robinson (HBP, Exc $) Clark Drive Bridge @ Cole Creek (Prop 1B) Fritch Road Bridge (Prop 1B) Anderson Creek Bridge (HBP, Exc $) Bridge Arbor Recreational Trail (BART,TE, Exc $) Dry Creek Bridge (HBP, Exc $) Konocti Road Sidewalks (SR2S state, Exc $) Sub-Total Total Appropriations
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$

469,369 158,909 97,457 36,270 $ 762,005

$ 2,115,365 1,197,575 293,350 50,000 $ $ 45,000 961,870 3,000 1,354,115 $ $ 210,000 753,000 2,748,000 994,000 25,000 1,942,000 674,000 832,000 40,000 25,000 1,274,000 210,000 185,000 185,000 125,000 125,000 10,000 465,000 1,817,000 1,552,000 280,000 415,000 7,000 5,000 150,000 145,000 465,000 386,000 $ $ 16,044,000 22,826,280 2,363,985 3,656,290

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 3062 - 3081 - SUBDIVISION/ROAD IMPROVEMENTS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: Developer fees are deposited in each of these funds to eventually accumulate sufficient money for specific road improvement projects. There are no appropriations in any of the budget units. However, the budget for Budget Unit 3072-Melody Lane includes a transfer of funds on the revenue side of the budget to Budget Unit 3011-Road Division for maintenance work to be performed this coming year. New revenues will be added to reserves.

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 151

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

BU 3122 - LAMPSON AIRPORT (Fund 132)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit consists of revenue and appropriations for operation of the County’s airport, Lampson Field. The airport operates as a division of the Public Works Department. Funding in this budget unit is used for operational expenses of the facility and airport management. The funding for airport management is paid to other divisions of the Public Works Department for the time Public Works staff devotes to airport related matters. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is airport property fees, permits, and leases, State subvention, and general fund discretionary revenue. Salaries and Benefits: A part-time extra help maintenance employee is included in this budget unit to perform routine maintenance tasks at the airport. Services and Supplies: The services and supplies portion of this budget unit consists of appropriations for expenses such as liability insurance, weed control, utilities, equipment maintenance, operation and maintenance of the AWOS system, and airport lighting. Other appropriations include money to reimburse the Engineering and Inspection Division budget for staff time providing airport management, DPW overhead, and County overhead.

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 3123 - LAMPSON FIELD CAPITAL PROJECTS (Fund 923)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: This budget unit provides funds for capital projects and associated plans for the Lampson Field airport. The plans and capital projects are largely funded by grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), but also require State and county matching funds. The county match is provided by money already in Fund 923 that has accumulated over the years. Therefore, no additional transfer is needed from the General Fund or Geothermal Royalties Fund. Last year, the amount of money the FAA provided for each project was reduced from 95% to 90%. In an effort to assist local governments, the California Transportation Commission increased its share from 2.5% to 4.5%. However, this program has been underfunded and can no longer be considered reliable. Therefore, the recommended budget reflects the County providing a match of 10%. Reserves/Designation: The Recommended Budget includes cancelling reserves by $20,441 to provide the additional matching funds. Capital Assets: The budget includes appropriations for Capital Assets as listed below: Capital Assets 3123 - Lampson Field - Capital Improvements 61-69 - Buildings and Improvements - Prior Year AWOS Replacement             $107,500 $175,000

Environmental Assessment - 15 Acres - Aircraft Storage & Operational Area

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 4010 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Fund 170)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 4010 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Environmental Health Director Environmental Health Specialist, Supervisor II Environmental Health Specialist I/II/III Hazardous Materials Specialist I/II/III Environmental Health Technician I/II Environmental Health Aide Office Services Supervisor I Office Assistant I/II Office Assistant I/II (1/2 time position)   135554344  1195 2069 2052/1191/1192 2079/2080/2081 1190/1189 2051 2119 2009/2007 2009/2007   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 4.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 12.500                         1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013                       FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500                       FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 13.500                      

Overview: This Division of the Health Services Department is a regulatory agency responsible for administering and enforcing the regulations which serve to protect the public and the environment from potential adverse health and environmental impacts associated with retail food establishments, public pools and spas, small water and septic systems and hazardous materials. This division also monitors the Lake County Landfill to ensure compliance with State regulations, and responds to spills and other issues involving toxic waste and hazardous materials. Policy Issue: Public Health Realignment program funding has an uncertain future even though it was once a reliable source of funding. Over the course of this fiscal year, the Environmental Health department will restructure revenue sources and examine the feasibility of their current fees for service, as a means of ensuring continued services to the public. Funding Sources: Funding for this budget unit is derived from permits and fees for services, as well as the public health realignment trust funds in the amount of $509,964. Fees for services include restaurant, septic and well inspections, perk tests, and hazardous material permits. The realignment funds are generated from State VLF fees and a portion of State sales tax. Environmental Health also receives a payment of $20,000 from the Solid Waste fund for landfill monitoring. Services and Supplies: Appropriations are in line with the prior year and include $161,618 to reimburse the Health Administration budget unit. Inventory Items: No Inventory Items in this budget unit.

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 4011 - PUBLIC HEALTH (Fund 170)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Class Code No.   11333440036 2215 2215 1200 1203 1201/1202 1208/1236/1207/ 1213/1214/1201/ 1202/1198/1199 1205 2235 1216 2141/2142/2140 2130 2131/2132 1212 2234 0725 1217/1218 2053/2052 2119 2078/2009/2007   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted                 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000                   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 FY 2013/14 Recommended                

Budget Unit No. and Name 4011 PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health Nursing Director Public Health Officer Health Education Program Coordinator Public Health Nurse IV Public Health Nurse III Public Health Nurse I/II LVN I/II-Registered Nurse-Community Health Nurse I/II-Public Health Nurse I/IIPublic Health Nurse I Trainee- Public Health Nurse II Trainee Nurse Practitioner/Physician’s Assistant (3/5) Occupational Therapist (1/2) Community Health Nurse III Nutrition Education Coordinator I/II/ Registered Dietitian Health Programs Coordinator Health Program Support Specialist I/II Child Health Coordinator, Supervising Physical Therapist (4/5) Staff Services Analyst I/II Health Services Assistant I/II Public Health Aide I/II Office Services Supervisor I Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II  

3443343444434 

0.600 0.500 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 22.900

                           

0.600 0.500 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 4.000 22.900

                           

0.600 0.500 1.000 1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 25.900

                           

0.600 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 25.900

     

               

Overview: The Public Health Division delivers several public health programs throughout the County as follows: Children’s Medical Services; Dental Disease Prevention; Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health; Communicable Disease Surveillance and Control; Office of AIDS; Immunizations; Clinical Services; Emergency Preparedness (CDC); Interagency Collaboration; and Medi-Cal Administrative Activities. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by Federal, State and County funds, including Medi-Cal, fee for service, State and VLF realignment, all of which have declined in recent years. In light of the unknown impacts that may result from the State budget, further adjustments to this budget may be necessary. Revenue includes a required contribution from the County general fund of $118,222, which is the minimum amount required in order to receive State and federal funds. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended position allocation reflects several classification changes and results in an overall increase of 4 positions compared to the prior year’s Adopted Budget. New positions include a 1 Health Education Program Coordinator, a 1 Health Educator/Nutritionist, and 2 Program Specialists. The increase of positions is the result of the Health Department assuming responsibility for several programs, such as Tobacco Education and Prevention, that were formerly administered by private contractors. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations will fund basic operational costs that are in line with the prior year and include $429,168 to reimburse the Health Administration budget unit and $349,337 to reimburse the Jail Medical budget unit. The reimbursement is less than the prior year to Jail Medical due to an allocation of AB 109 funding. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: No capital assets were requested, but the budget includes $31,500 for various inventory items including bioterrorism response equipment, computers, fax machine, ergonomic chairs, desk and a printer. FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14 C - 163

C - 164

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 165

BU 4012 - HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (Fund 170)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 4012 HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION Health Services Director Health Services Administrative Manager Staff Services Analyst I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Secretary III Business Software Analyst   1144444  0658 2065 0723/0725 0031/0032 2213 2036 2233   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted                   FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                   FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                   FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 7.000                  

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for positions and services that provide administrative support, including central direction, accounting, file maintenance, personnel records, and contract management to the Public Health, Environmental Health, and Jail Medical divisions of the Health Services Department. Funding Sources: This budget unit is primarily supported by payments from the Environmental Health and Public Health budgets. Additional revenue is generated from administration of the Tobacco Education Fund, Medical Marijuana Program, MAA Program (Medi-Cal Administrative Activities). This budget will also receive $10,000 in reimbursement from the Veterans Services budget (BU 5321) for the Health Services Director’s supervision of the Veterans Services Office and $2,000 for administration of the Tobacco Program from Budget Unit 4016. These reimbursements are applied through intrafund transfers thereby reducing bottom line appropriations. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations will fund basic operational costs which are in-line with the prior year amounts. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The appropriation will provide for replacement of two printers for $4,200.

C - 166

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 167

C - 168

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

BU 4014 – MENTAL HEALTH (Fund 145)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Budget Unit No. and Name 4014 MENTAL HEALTH (Fund 145) Director of Behavioral Health Dpty Dir of Behavioral Health - Clinical Services Behavioral Health Fiscal Officer Behavioral Health Operations & Admin Mgr Behavioral Health Compliance Manager Managed Care Administrative Coordinator Staff Psychiatrist Staff Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner-Physician’s Assistant Mental Health Team Leader I/II/Senior MHSA Team Leader I/II Mental Health Specialist I/II/Senior Mental Health Specialist I/II/Senior/Mental Health Specialist SAC I/II/Senior Mental Health Medications Support Specialist I/II Mental Health Case Manager I/II Mental Health Case Manager I/II Peer Support Mental Health Peer Support Specialist Mental Health Case Manager I/II Hispanic Outreach and Engagement Specialist Mental Health Cultural Specialist - Latino Mental Health Case Manager I/II Native American Outreach and Engagement Specialist Mental Health Cultural Specialist - Native American Mental Health Case Manager I/II Parent Partner Mental Health Parent Partner Specialist Supervising Accountant Accountant I/II Accounting Technician Business Software Analyst Compliance Technician Compliance Review Technician Staff Services Analyst I/II Staff Services Analyst, Senior Secretary II Office Services Supervisor I Office Assistant I/II   44434444443434  44111113413134444444-

Class Code No.   0649 0650 0653 0651 0652 0665 0670 0670 1205 0651 0669/0670 0728/0727/0726
0728/0727/0726/0732/0733/0735

FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 16.000 0.000 4.000 9.000 1.000 0.000 1.000                               0.000 1.000         0.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 63.000                                    

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 1.000 16.000 0.000 4.000 9.000 1.000 0.000 1.000   0.000 0.000   1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 63.000                                                                              

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 6.000 1.000 0.000 18.000 4.000 12.000 0.000 1.000 0.000                                       1.000 0.000       1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 70.000                              

FY 2013/14 Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 6.000 1.000 0.000 18.000 4.000 12.000 0.000 1.000 0.000   1.000 0.000   1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 70.000                                      

0729/0731 0672/0673 0680/0681 0691 0682/0683

0689 0684/0685

0688 0686/0687 0690 0030 0031/0032 0014 2233 2212 2231 0723/0725 2233 2003 2119 2009/2007  

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 169

Overview: This division delivers mental health services throughout the County. The division has four main areas of services: adult services, children’s services, vocational rehabilitation, and crisis intervention. Services are delivered by County staff as well as by local and regional contractors. Funding Sources: This budget unit is almost entirely funded by State and federal subventions. Client fees of approximately $70,000 and support from County General fund in the amount of $61,112 provide some additional support. The funding provide by the County General Fund is necessary in order to maintain eligibility to receive the State and federal funding. In addition to these revenues, money from Budget Unit 4015 is recognized as an expenditure reimbursement in account 80.80. Therefore, the total expenditure program for the Mental Health Division is determined by adding the expenditure reimbursement in account 80.80 to the bottom line appropriation. Audit Settlement: To reflect money withheld by the State as a result of audit findings and subsequent settlements, a special revenue account (No. 8136) has been established. The Department has budgeted for $200,000 to be withheld by the State this fiscal year due to an audit settlement from FY 07/08. Salaries and Benefits: As detailed in the Department Overview and as listed on the position allocation chart, seven new positions were added this fiscal year: a Mental Health Specialist and a Mental Health Case Manager funded primarily by Federal Financial Participation; a Mental Health Specialist to provide services at the Lake County Jail funded with AB 109; two Mental Health Case Managers funded by Mental Health Services Act monies; and one Office Assistant to act as the transportation coordinator. Services and Supplies: In addition to typical operating expenses (postage, telephone, etc.), recommended appropriations reflect $2,437,670 for a variety of professional and specialized contractual services including a number of creative programs which are funded either in-whole or in-part with MHSA monies. Examples include equine-assisted therapy and direct financial support to both the Tribal Wellness Center, and the Hispanic Wellness Center; both of which provide a venue for culture-specific support services. Additional appropriations support “mini-grants” of $1,500 or less which are provided to community organizations to fund prevention activities.  Larger grants go to school-based early-intervention services; Senior Peer supports; and Mother-Wise, which pairs volunteers with new mothers to prevent post-partum depression. Recommended appropriations also include $1,820,000 for board and care costs and $184,200 to reimburse the Jail Medical budget (operating transfer to BU 2304) for the Mental Health share of jail medical costs. County Loan Payments: In a series of loans beginning in April 2007 through April 2008, the General Fund loaned the Mental Health Fund a total of $1,740,477. Payments of $183,951 were made in November 2007 and $200,000 in May 2009, which left a balance of $1,356,526. Subsequently, the Board of Supervisors directed pursuant to Resolution No. 2008-198 that the remaining balance be repaid by annual payments of at least $200,000 each year and a final payment of the remaining balance in FY 2015-16. The department is up-to-date on the repayment schedule for this loan and the remaining balance is $556,526. The recommended appropriations provide $200,000 for the FY 13/14 payment. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The inventory appropriation provides for computer replacement, office furniture and time clocks. The capital asset appropriation will provide for the renovation and expansion of the Clearlake facility and the acquisition of multimedia equipment. Capital Assets 4014 - Behavioral Health 62-74 -Equipment Other         $20,000   63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/Improvements South Shore Building Renovation/Expansion   $500,000

Computer Equipment Presentation Hardware/Software

C - 170

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 171

C - 172

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

BU 4015 - ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES (Fund 141)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 4015 ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES Substance Abuse Programs Coordinator Compliance Review Technician Prevention Specialist I/II Substance Abuse Counselor III Substance Abuse Counselor I/II Substance Abuse Compliance Monitor Staff Services Analyst I/II Office Assistant III Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II Office Services Supervisor I   3444444443  2217 2231 2227/2228 2056 2054/2055 2077 0723/0725 2042 2078/2009/2007 2119   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 7.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 20.500                           2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 7.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 20.500 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013                         FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 22.500                         FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   2.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 9.000 0.500 1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 22.500                        

Overview: This division provides programs for the recovery, treatment, and prevention of drug and alcohol abuse and to persons convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI). County staff and various contractors deliver these services. Funding sources: This division is funded entirely by state and federal sources, restricted revenues. The 2011 Realignment legislation changed the source of state funding so that is much less dependent on billing Medi-Cal for services. Instead, Realignment revenues are generated by VLF and sales tax. The division is also benefiting from CalWorks funding which is a relatively new source of revenue totaling $155,747. Salaries and Benefits: The funding of a Substance Abuse Counselor to provide services at the Lake County Jail and Juvenile Hall is being funded by AB 109 monies. Another new counselor position is funded by a new program for Medi-Cal recipients. Services and Supplies: As with Mental Health Services, the appropriation for Services and Supplies in this budget unit provides for a variety of professional and specialized contractual services. This budget unit also provides an appropriation of $328,500 to reimburse the Mental Health Division (BU 4014) for administrative services. A significant addition from last year is $104,869 from Realignment Funds, Federal Financial Participation and Partnership Health plan of California to fund mandated perinatal services. Inventory Items: Recommended appropriations include $13,250 for replacement computers, phones and building signs.

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 173

C - 174

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 175

BU 4016 - TOBACCO EDUCATION (Fund 171) (CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver) Overview and Funding Sources: This mandated program is funded by a $150,000 tobacco prevention grant from the State and interest earnings. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this program. Salaries and Benefits: New positions and accompanying salaries and benefits will be appropriated in budget unit 4011 for the administration of the program. Services and Supplies: The Public Health department is assuming administration of this program, as the previous private contractor, Lake Family Resource Center, did not renew a service agreement for future program services. In addition, $300 is appropriated to reimburse Health Administration (BU 4012) for administrative fees and support services.

C - 176

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

BU 4018 - ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES (Fund 142)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview/Funding Sources: State law requires that a separate fund be established to account for a portion of court imposed fines that are dedicated to finance treatment programs. No general fund discretionary monies are allocated to this budget unit. Services and Supplies: The money is held in this fund until it is needed to support operations of the Alcohol and Other Drug Services program (BU 4015), then it is paid to Budget Unit 4015 as an expenditure reduction in account 80.80.

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 177

BU 4121 - INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT (Fund 985)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 4121 INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT Public Services Director Deputy Public Services Director-Project Administrator Landfill Manager Landfill Supervisor Solid Waste Heavy Equipment Operator Weighmaster Public Services Analyst I/II Office Manager Accounting Technician Account Clerk I/II 4/5-time Account Clerk I/II   11135533444  1321 2212 0809 0809 2109 0831 2005/2006 0683 0014 0011/0012 0011/0012   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 14.000                           FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800                             1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.000 2.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.                           FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 5.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 0.800 13.800                 *        

*The Office Manager position is allocated until the retirement of the incumbent which anticipated by November 1, 2013.

Overview: The Integrated Waste Management program is a division of the Public Services Department and operates as an Enterprise Fund. The County landfill serves all of Lake County, including the unincorporated and incorporated areas. Operation of the County landfill is subject to requirements imposed by the State and federal government. Due to imports from Mendocino County and rate increases, revenues have returned to pre-recession levels. Funding Sources: This program is self-supported, primarily by user fees and franchise fees, supplemented by a small amount of State grants. Reimbursements from general fund budgets for Solid Waste staff time expended on County general fund activities is also included in the recommended budget. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation provides for the same staffing level as in the prior year. The position allocation reflects replacing the Office Manager position with a Public Services Analyst. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriation in most services and supplies accounts is approximately equal to last year. Significant increases from last year are for equipment maintenance and fuel. Significant appropriations are for maintenance of equipment ($152,300), State permit fees and associated monitoring and reporting ($197,000), recycling education ($21,530 which is partially grant funded), Hazmobile program ($100,000), disposal of other special materials ($86,053 which is partially grant funded), and fuel for landfill equipment ($155,000). Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget includes $9,350 for miscellaneous tools, office furniture and equipment and a generator for the gatehouse at the landfill. Capital assets are listed below: Capital Assets 4121 - Integrated Waste Management 63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/ Improvements Landfill Gas System                 $1,350,000

C - 178

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

Reserves: The recommended budget provides for reserve adjustments as follows: Reserve Title Landfill Expansion Equipment Acquisition (Fund 986) Landfill Closure/Maintenance (Fund 987) Environmental Insurance (Fund 989) Corrective Action Plans (Fund 992) TOTAL Prior Year Amount $231,616 $16,889 $4,930,767 $1,000,000 $164,200 $6,343,472 Increase (Decrease) $0 $0 $36,512 $0 $1,500 $38,012 Reserves for 13/14 $231,616 $16,889 $4,967,279 $1,000,000 $165,700 $6,381,484

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 179

C - 180

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 181

BU 5011 - SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT- OVERVIEW
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: The Social Services Department serves the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. The Department is funded primarily by State and federal revenues. For FY 13/14 the County General Fund contribution to the Department of Social Services is $607,720, which is the same as the previous year. Excluding the various budget units of the housing division, the Department’s total budget is $43.6 million. Therefore, less than 1.4% of the total budget is provided by the County General Fund. Loan from the County General Fund: Due to a cash flow shortage caused by a lack of adequate State funding for the Foster Care, Adoptions, Child Welfare Services, and Adult Protective Services programs in FY 11/12, the County General Fund loaned the Social Services Fund $950,550 in February 2011. A short term loan of $289,000 was repaid by January 1, 2013. The Department is now beginning to repay the long term loan of $661,550. The recommended budget includes $25,000 from BU 5011 and $75,000 from BU 5121 for this purpose. BU 5011 - SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (Fund 168)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name
5011 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Class Code No.   1111616334333434431490 1220 1140/1141 0752 0751/0750 2229 2230 0723/0725 0030 0714 2074 0718/0717/0715 0720 0713 0711/0712 1260/1262/1263   441259 1253/1257/1258   41251/1255/1252/1256

FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 2.000 5.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 9.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 13.000 7.000 11.000 42.000 7.000       8.000 16.000   13.000       1.000 2.000 1.000                                  

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 3.000 5.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 10.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 7.000 10.000 42.000 7.000   8.000 16.000   13.000   1.000 2.000 1.000                                                

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 3.000 5.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 10.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 8.000 11.000 48.000 8.000   9.000 16.000   14.000   1.000 2.000 1.000                                                

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 3.000 6.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 13.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 13.000 8.000 11.000 48.000 8.000   9.000 16.000   14.000   1.000 2.000 1.000                                                

Social Services Director Deputy Social Services Director Program Manager I/II Welfare Fraud Investigator Supervisor Welfare Fraud Investigator/Trainee Staff Services Specialist Supervising Staff Services Analyst Staff Services Analyst I/II Supervising Accountant Employment & Training Worker Supervisor Account Clerk Supervisor Employment & Training Worker I/II/III Eligibility Supervisor Eligibility Worker III Eligibility Worker I/II Social Worker Supervisor I/Social Worker Supervisor I-CPS/Social Worker Supervisor II-CPS Social Worker IV-CPS Soc. Worker III/Soc. Worker III-CPS/Soc. Worker III-CalWorks Social Worker I/Social Worker I-CPS/ Social Worker II/ Social Worker II-CPS Resource & Referral Specialist Systems Support Analyst I/II Secretary III

444-

1250 1152/1145 2036

C - 182

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

Secretary I/II Office Services Supervisor II Office Services Supervisor I Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Office Assistant II - CA DL Office Assistant III Information Systems Analyst I/II Information Systems Technician Facilities Maintenance Worker I/II/III/ Technician Social Services Aide I/II/III

43344444454-

2033/2003 2118 2119 2213 0014 2011 2042 1165/1163 1164 0812/0813/0814/ 0816 2311/2312/2313

2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 18.000 7.000 1.000 1.000 4.000 2.000 189.000                  

2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 18.000 7.000 2.000 1.000 4.000 2.000 188.000                  

2.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 18.500 7.000 2.000 1.000 4.000 3.000 201.500

                   

3.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 19.500 7.000 3.000 1.000 4.000 3.000

                   

 

 

 

 

208.500

 

Overview: This is the administrative budget unit of the Social Services Department. It includes funding for various operating expenses necessary to carry out mandated welfare and social services programs. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed by a combination of federal and State revenues. There are no County General Fund costs reflected in this budget unit. Although there are significant increases in staffing and rental space requested by the Department (as described below), the positions will not be filled or space rented until funding allocations are received confirming that the Department has sufficient funding with no increase to the County General Fund. The budget includes operating loans from BU 5011 to three housing program budgets: $27,000 to BU 5164; $10,000 to BU 5165; and $10,000 to BU 5166. Salaries and Benefits: As shown on the position allocation chart, the Department requests adding 19.5 positions compared to last year’s adopted budget. Many of these positions are necessary to administer the Department’s responsibilities in implementing the federal health care reform program. Other positions are added in senior and child welfare programs and general administrative support. Services and Supplies: The appropriations in services and supplies will enable the department to continue current service levels and finance increases in program costs due to increasing caseloads, compliance with State mandates and the assumption of workload in-house that was previously performed by a private firm under contract with the department for Welfare to Work services. The budget includes the cost of routine operational expenses such as telephones, insurance, equipment maintenance, office supplies, postage, utilities and transportation. Recent additions since the budget was approved in June include money to install a new security door access system, planning and implementing office space expansion at the Anderson Ranch Parkway facility, and additional money to reimburse the District Attorney’s Office budget to fully fund a deputy district attorney to prosecute welfare fraud cases. Significant appropriations are $245,600 to provide transportation to welfare to work participants and $370,000 for child care for children of CalWorks recipients. $250,897 is budgeted to fund the OJT program which places trainees in various County departments and private businesses. Payment to the general fund for County overhead charges in the amount of $687,653 is also included in the Recommended Budget. The recommended appropriation for rents and leases of the department’s office buildings in Lower Lake, Clearlake and Lakeport is $651,282 funded by State and federal revenues. State regulations have not allowed the County to utilize this money toward purchase of a building or rental of a County owned building, despite the fact that doing so would result in a significant savings to the taxpayers. As mentioned in the “Department Overview” $75,000 is budgeted to repay a portion of the loan from the County General Fund.

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 183

Inventory Items and Capital Assets: $195,850 is included in the budget for computer equipment, scanners, telephones, chairs, and equipment to implement the new payroll system. Recommended appropriations for capital assets are for an accounting software system, a client services kiosk, replacement vehicles and additional vehicles. Capital Assets 5011 - Social Services 62-71- Autos/Light Trucks Accounting Database C-IV Document Upload Kiosk   62-72- Autos/Light Trucks     3 AWD vehicles, 1 Crew-cab Truck, 7 Mid-size Sedans & 1 small sedan                     $294,000     $200,000 $25,000

C - 184

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 185

C - 186

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 187

BU 5012 – SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Fund 168)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 5012 SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIAL PROGRAMS AAA Program Coordinator Long Term Care Ombudsman AAA Office Assistant III Staff Services Analyst I/II Public Authority Supervisor Public Authority Specialist Social Services Aide I/II Office Assistant II - CA DL   34443444  0707 0708 0709 0723/0725 2308 2310 2311/2312 2011   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 8.000                     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 0.000 8.000                     FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 0.750 1.000 2.000 0.000 0.500 7.250                       1.000 1.000 1.000 0.750 1.000 2.000 0.000 0.500 7.250 FY 2013/14 Final Recommended                    

Overview. This budget unit provides centralization of staff employed by the Department of Social Services whose sole duties are the administration of the In-Home Supportive Services Program (IHSS) and the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) program. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by payments from the AAA and from the IHSS Public Authority (BU 5282). Salaries and Benefits: This budget provides for salaries and benefits for positions working for the AAA and for positions serving in the IHSS program. Services and Supplies: The routine operating expenses for the IHSS program and AAA are budgeted in Budget Unit 5011 and reimbursed from Budget Unit 5282 and the AAA fund.

C - 188

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

C - 189

BU 5115 - OJT TRAINING (Fund 169)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 5115 OJT TRAINING Parks Maintenance Worker Trainee Facility Maintenance Worker Trainee Eligibility Worker Trainee Public Works Worker Trainee Office Assistant Trainee   55454  2060 0811 0710 2051 2008   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   3.000 1.000 3.000 0.000 5.000 12.000               FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   2.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 5.000 12.000               FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 9.000               FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 9.000              

Overview: This budget unit contains the appropriations necessary to fund the cost of paying salaries and benefits for welfare recipients who are assigned to the On-the-Job Training (OJT) program in various County departments. This program is a division of the Social Services Department. This program, like other Social Services programs, serves all residents of Lake County, including the incorporated and unincorporated areas. As of June 30, 2013, 199 CalWORKS recipients have been placed in OJT positions since the program’s inception. This program provides an outstanding opportunity for welfare recipients to receive a high level of training and the development of a long-term career. Many of those who have successfully participated in the program have been appointed to permanent employee positions within County government. The private sector is also now participating in this program. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded entirely by State and federal revenues, with no County contribution required. The money from Budget Units 5011 and 5121 are recognized as expenditure reimbursements in accounts 80.80 and 80.81, therefore, the bottom line appropriation is zero. Salaries and Benefits: The appropriation for salaries and benefits finances the cost of 9 trainee positions. Welfare recipients who are placed in the OJT program receive full benefits, just like any other permanent County employee. Each trainee has a limited amount of time (normally 12 months but under certain circumstances up to 24 months) in which they can remain in an OJT position before finding a permanent job either in the department to which they are assigned, another County department, in another public agency or in the private sector. Services and Supplies: The budget also includes appropriations to reimburse private sector employers for the cost of OJT participants. Inventory Items/Capital Assets: There are no Inventory Items or Capital Assets in this budget unit.

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BU 5121 - GENERAL WELFARE (Fund 169)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The programs financed in this budget unit serve all residents of Lake County, including the incorporated and unincorporated areas. Expenditures are entirely caseload driven and the programs are administered in accordance with mandates of the State and federal government. Significant Issues: As was explained last year, the County now pays an annual Maintenance of Effort (MOE) for the In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program. The MOE will be adjusted by an annual inflation factor of 3.5% beginning July 1, 2014. The only other adjustment to the MOE would be if the County grants wage and benefits increases to IHSS providers after July 1, 2012. If the State approves the increase, the State will share the cost. However, if the State does not approve the increase, the County will bear responsibility for 100% of the costs. Therefore, it is critical that the Board of Supervisors continue to be aware of this information. Funding Sources: This budget unit, a division of the Social Services Department, is financed largely by State and federal revenue sources. Approximately 2% ($420,020) of the appropriations in this budget are financed by General Fund discretionary revenue. Many of the programs operated through this budget unit are funded by the Realignment 2011 Fund. This legislation allows funding allocation flexibility among the various programs in Social Services, and allows the County to reallocate 10% of the money between Social Services and Mental Health as was allowed under the 1991 Realignment program. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations in this budget unit are as follows: IHSS County Share: AFDC CalWorks Children: AFDC Foster Care: Aid to Adoptive Children: KinGAP Children: $4,465,173 $7,500,000 $4,750,000 $3,750,000 $ 175,000

This budget unit includes IHSS provider hours, CaIWORKs Cash Aid, Foster Care payments, Adoption Assistance payments, and Kin-GAP payments to relative caregivers of children who would otherwise be in Foster Care. The CalWORKS caseload and Foster Care continues to decline. As mentioned in the “Department Overview”, $75,000 is budgeted to repay a portion of the loan from the General Fund that was provided in February 2011.

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BU 5164 - HOUSING ADMINISTRATION (Fund 90)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 5164 HOUSING ADMINISTRATION Housing Program Coordinator Section 8 Family Self Sufficiency Case Manager Housing Eligibility Worker Office Assistant II   3444  0715 0719 0716 2007   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted             FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000             FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 4.000             FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 4.000            

Overview: This division of the Social Services Department provides oversight of the Section 8 Housing, CDBG and HOME programs. The Section 8 program provides rental subsidies to eligible low income households. CDBG and HOME programs provide assistance to first time home buyers and owner-occupied housing rehabilitation. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed by administrative fees paid to the County by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, program income from the HOME and CDBG Housing Programs and other state and federal sources that are made available through the Social Services Department. An operating loan of $27,000 is recommended from BU 5011. Salaries and Benefits: The staffing allocation is the one less than last year. Services and Supplies: Routine operating expenses such as telephones, insurance, equipment maintenance, office supplies, office rent, postage, transportation and utilities account for most of the services and supplies in this budget unit. Inventory Items: No Inventory Items are in the Recommended Budget.

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BU 5165 - HOME PI-HOUSING SERVICES (Fund 97)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: The funding in this budget consists of proceeds from the First Time Home Buyer loans. The loans were made in prior years from State HOME grants. An operating loan of $10,000 is recommended from BU 5011. The County’s housing loan portfolio is experiencing a growing pattern of foreclosures. The loan from BU 5011 will enable the Department to prepare the foreclosed homes for re-sale and the loan will be repaid once the properties are re-sold. The programs financed in this budget unit are provided only to residents of the unincorporated areas of the County. State regulations prohibit use of these funds within the incorporated cities of Lakeport and Clearlake as each city has its own housing program Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations will fund administrative costs incurred by this program, including services that are contracted out and those that are performed by County staff. Other Charges: Appropriations are for first-time home buyer loans, owner-occupied property rehabilitation, rental property rehabilitation, and tenant-based rental assistance programs.

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BU 5166 - CDBG HOUSING PROGRAMS (Fund 92)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and funding source: The source of funding for this budget unit is program income, which consists of payments from loans made from CDBG Housing program grants received in prior years. An operating loan of $10,000 is recommended from BU 5011. The County’s housing loan portfolio is experiencing a growing pattern of foreclosures. The loan from BU 5011 will enable the Department to prepare the foreclosed homes for re-sale and the loan will be repaid once the properties are re-sold. The services provided through this budget unit are provided only to residents of the unincorporated areas of the County. State regulations prohibit use of these funds within the city limits. Each city has its own housing program. Services, Supplies and Other Changes: The appropriation in this budget unit is for new loans (see object code 57.01). Under this program, eligible homeowners may obtain low interest loans to improve housing units.

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BU 5168 - SENIOR CITIZENS PROGRAMS
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Funding Sources and Overview: This budget unit is financed primarily by general fund discretionary revenue, with some State and federal funds provided under the County Services Block Grant. The state and federal funding became accessible after administration of this program was transferred to the Social Services Department five years ago. This budget unit is used to appropriate funds to assist each of the local senior citizens centers. Although it is not mandatory for the County to contribute funding to senior centers, each of the centers is in need of County financial support. The budget provides each center with the same amount of base funding that was provided the last four years. Additional funding (totaling $26,369) that was once paid to the AAA when it was operated by Mendocino County, is now being paid directly to each senior center as shown below:

 
Highlands Senior Center Kelseyville Senior Center Lake/Mendocino County AAA Lakeport Senior Center Live Oak Senior Center Lucerne Alpine Senior Center Middletown Senior Center Senior Support Services

Original Contract Amounts

Funds Previously Paid to Mendo AAA

Total Appropriations

$10,050 $2,000 $41,962 $8,125 $6,211 $4,400 $4,400 $1,000

$8,799 N/A N/A $2,493 $5,547 $5,782 $3,748 N/A

$18,849 $2,000 $41,962 $10,618 $11,758 $10,182 $8,148 $1,000

In addition to an appropriation for each of the senior centers, this budget unit also includes funding to make a general contribution to the Area Agency on Aging (AAA), which is needed in order for the AAA to meet its obligations for local matching funds. The County also provides exclusive use of the former Upper Lake Justice Court building to the Senior Support Services program, rent free, to be counted as an in-kind match.

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BU 5169 - HOUSING/HOME NEW GRANT (Fund 95)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and funding source: The source of funding in this budget unit is HOME program grants. Under this program low interest loans are provided to low income families for the purchase of homes and for owner occupied housing rehabilitation projects. In January of 2010, the department received a new HOME grant in the amount of $800,000, which provided funding for these programs in FY 12/13. Services and supplies and other charges: Due to the availability of HOME program income and very little demand or qualified participants for these programs, very little money was spent from this grant. $5,000 is appropriated to cover any necessary grant close out tasks.

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BU 5281 - GENERAL RELIEF (Fund 169)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Funding Sources: This budget unit is primarily financed by general fund discretionary revenue ($187,727) and the Social Services realignment fund. Estimated reimbursements from recipients who are determined to be retroactively eligible for the SSI program adds $28,000 in revenue. Overview: This division of the Social Services Department consists of unfunded State mandated programs that require the County to provide subsistence and health care for indigents who do not meet the qualifications for other State and federally funded welfare programs. This program serves residents of the entire County, including both the incorporated and unincorporated areas. Expenditures in this budget, like others in Social Services, are caseload driven. Despite the slowly recovering economy, the Department has been able to control the caseload. The amount of funding recommended for FY 13/14 is the same as in FY 12/13. Recommended Appropriations: In addition to payments for food and rent, this budget also includes funding for the mandatory County “participation fee” for the County Medical Services Program (CMSP), which is the program through which indigent residents are provided with medical services. Payment of the CMSP fee enables the County to maintain membership in the program (and provide the mandated medical services to indigents), along with 33 other California counties.

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BU 5282 - IHSS PUBLIC AUTHORITY ADMININSTRATION (Fund 161)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: This budget unit provides funding for administration of the IHSS Public Authority through a contract with the Social Services Department (BU 5011). The Public Authority serves as the employer of record for IHSS providers, maintains a registry of screened providers, and offers training to providers and recipients. Services and Supplies: The County’s share of cost for actual payments to IHSS providers is budgeted in Budget Unit 5121 and is not included in this budget unit.

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BU 5321 – VETERANS SERVICES
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 5321 VETERAN SERVICES OFFICER Veteran Services Officer Assistant Veteran Services Officer Veteran Services Representative I/II Office Assistant I/II   *Position combined with Health Services Director. 1144  1420 1421 1425/1426 2009/2007   Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   * 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000             FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   * 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000             FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   * 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000             FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   * 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000            

Overview: This budget unit supports programs that assist veterans, their dependents and survivors in obtaining benefits from the appropriate governmental agencies. Their efforts are responsible for a substantial increase in benefits for local residents, and also result in diverting residents from dependency on other County programs. For many years, this budget unit also supported the County’s Safety Program. That responsibility has now been transfer to the County Administrative Office. The department is overseen by the Health Services Officer who also serves as Veterans Service Officer Policy Issues: Legislators have forced the State Department of Veteran’s Affairs to modify the way subvention has been distributed in the past. The overall impact, especially on small counties, is unknown at this time but may reduce subvention funding. The department does not anticipate significant changes to program services. Funding Sources: Appropriations are funded by General Fund discretionary revenues, partially offset by revenue from State subvention funds which are distributed based on the number of clients served. As anticipated, State subvention funding has seen a slight increase following the opening of the new clinic in Clearlake. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriations provide for the same number of permanent positions that were allocated in the prior year. Services and Supplies: In addition to providing basic operating expenses, appropriations fund a $10,000 reimbursement to Budget Unit 4012-Health Administration for the management oversight provided by the Veterans Services Officer. Recommended appropriations are in line with the prior year. Inventory Items: The appropriation of $1,300 will provide for replacement of one computer and the purchase of an electronic card reader system.

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BU 6022 - LIBRARY (Fund 125)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 6022 LIBRARY (FUND 125) County Librarian Branch Librarian Librarian I Literacy Program Coordinator (1/2) Branch Library Coordinator (2 @ 3/4) Library Assistant I/II/Technician   134444  0530 2061 2059 0940 2062
0941/2060/2061

Class Code No.  

FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 0.000 0.500 1.500 6.000 10.000              

FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 10.000                

FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 10.000                

FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 0.000 0.500 1.500 5.000 9.000                

 

Overview: This budget provides library services for County residents and visitors of all ages through four libraries located in Lakeport, Upper Lake, Clearlake and Middletown. These services include loaning books and materials in county and out of county, computer access, reference assistance, and children’s and literacy programs. Funding Sources: The Library’s primary source of revenue is from property taxes which has been on the decline in recent years. The State has all but eliminated support for libraries except for a literacy program. As a result, the Lake County library has lost important sources of funding. The most significant loss of State funding was provided from Transaction Based Reimbursements (TBR) for loans of materials to other libraries. That funding had provided as much as $300,000 in annual support. The State, however, continues to provide limited funding for a literacy program that typically provides an estimated $28,000 annually. A grant from the USDA for the Redbud Library was also received for $15,400 and the Redbud Healthcare District provided a cash match of $4,400 (as well as another $4,400 not required as a cash match for the grant) with the County Library Fund providing the remaining $8,800 matching funds. No contribution is required from the County general fund this year. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriations reflect a reduction of a Librarian I, which effectively reduces overall staffing from ten allocated positions to nine. Services and Supplies: Even before the elimination of State funding, the Library had reduced its appropriations for Service and Supplies to cover only the most basic operational costs such as utilities, janitorial services, building maintenance and information technology support. So, the recommended appropriations in this year’s budget continue to reflect austerity in all areas including books, magazines, DVDs and other materials which reflects an appropriation of only $10,000. Additional funding for the purchase of books and materials is appropriated in Library Improvements Budget (BU 6023) which is funded solely by donations. Contingencies: The appropriation for contingencies is $10,000. Reserves: As mentioned above, general reserves in the amount of $18,002 are being cancelled in order to fund basic operations. This will leave a balance of $160,995 in the general reserve. Inventory Items: The grant for the Redbud Library will be used to acquire computers and equipment. Capital Assets: The recommended appropriation for Capital Assets provides for furnishings and equipment in the new Middletown Library and is funded with carry-over of prior year financing. Capital Assets 6022 - Library Middletown Library FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14         $188,444 C - 205 63-13 - Construction in Progress - Buildings/Improvements

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BU 6023 - LIBRARY IMPROVEMENT (Fund 71)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview and Funding Sources: This budget was created to accept donations for all library facilities. Unless such donations designate a specific purpose, donations can be used to fund any necessary library improvement, including books. Services and Supplies: Even before the elimination of State funding, the Library had reduced its appropriations for Service and Supplies to cover only the most basic operational costs such as utilities, janitorial services, building maintenance and information technology support. So, the recommended appropriations in this year’s budget continue to reflect austerity in all areas including books, magazines, DVDs and other materials which reflects an appropriation of only $15,000. Additional funding for the purchase of books and materials is appropriated in Library Improvements budget (BU 6023) which is funded solely by donations.

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BU 6131 – UC COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 6131 U.C. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION Office Manager Office Assistant III   34  0683 2042   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 2.000 FY 2012/13 Adopted         FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 2.000         FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 2.000         FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 2.000        

Overview: The University of California Cooperative Extension in Lake County is part of a statewide system that makes University research-based resources available locally. To encourage the University of California (UC) to provide these resources locally, the County provides support for UC operations. This budget unit contains the appropriations necessary for the operation of a UC office in Lake County. Funding Sources: Appropriations in this budget unit are funded by general fund discretionary revenues. Funding for the Director’s position and for 50% of the 4-H Program Representative position are provided by the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Consequently, Lake County’s support leverages a nearly 3:1 dollar ratio from the UC. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriations provide for the same staffing level for permanent positions as in the prior year; however, the appropriation for extra help has been increased by 40%. Services and Supplies: This budget includes funding for routine services and supplies necessary for basic operations. Additionally, this budget continues to provide an appropriation of $31,000 which provides 50% of the support for the 4-H Program Representative position. Prior to FY 11/12, the State provided full support of this position. Because this is a State position, these funds will be paid to the State and are therefore budgeted under Services and Supplies instead of Salaries and Benefits. Inventory Items: The appropriation will provide for replacement of two computers.

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BU 7011 - PARKS AND RECREATION
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 7011 PARKS AND RECREATION Parks Superintendent Parks Supervisor Parks Maintenance Leadworker Parks Maintenance Worker III Parks Maintenance Worker I/II   355  2092 2062 2061/0352   12093 Class Code No. FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 10.000               FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 10.000               FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 8.000 12.000               FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 0.000 1.000 1.000 7.000 10.000              

Overview: Parks and Recreation is a division of the Public Services Department. This division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of a total of 1,790 acres of County park facilities in the unincorporated areas of Lake County, as well as the Historic Courthouse Square park and Vista Point located within the City of Lakeport, the Visitor Center in Lucerne and the Middletown Library. This division also maintains the grounds at the Lower Lake Historical Schoolhouse Museum and the Holiday Harbor property in Nice. The opening of the new Middletown Town Square Park later this year will be due to the hard work and dedication of parks staff. Development of the new Hammond Park in Nice will begin this year. The Riviera Park in Kelseyville is also on this Division’s list of pending projects. County park facilities are used by residents of the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County, as well as by tourists who visit Lake County for vacations and holidays. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed by a combination of general fund discretionary revenue, geothermal resource royalties, a Habit Conservation Fund grant, Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), Mt. Konocti communications tower lease revenue, charges and fees, and one-time money in the fund balance carry-over which includes Indian gaming mitigation money for Hammond Park and Mt. Konocti Park. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended appropriation provides for the same level of permanent and extra help staffing as last year. The position allocation includes an additional Parks Maintenance worker position due to an employee being on long-term leave. Services and Supplies: Recommended appropriations for services and supplies include funding for tools, equipment rental and maintenance, general park maintenance supplies, utilities, fuel and vehicle related expenses, and other miscellaneous operational costs. One-time expenditures in services and supplies have been budgeted for the Mt. Konocti property, (offset by revenue from the Mt. Konocti communications tower leases), seawall maintenance at Holiday Harbor, replace bark at various playgrounds, as well as projects in other parks. Contributions to Other Agencies (object code 52.10): As requested of Supervisor Farrington, $5,000 is included in the budget for support of the Westshore Pool operations. The agreement for FY 2012/13 was never executed so $5,000 from FY 2012/13 is carried over as well. Also, as requested by Supervisors Farrington and Rushing, $15,000 is allocated to assist the City of Lakeport in installing solar power panels to provide power to Westshore Pool. This will also benefit the many residents of the unincorporated area who use Westshore Pool. Inventory Items and Capital assets: $6,785 is included for park maintenance inventory items. Amounts listed for capital assets listed below are carry over from prior years except an additional $15,000 for restrooms for Hammond Park. Funding restrooms with general fund money will enable the Indian gaming money to be used as matching funds for grants to construct the ball field.

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Capital Assets 7011 - Parks 61-60 Buildings & Improvements - Current Buckingham Peak new building 63-12 - Construction in Progress - Park Improvements Hammond Park Improvements Upper Lake Barn Remodel Clearlake Riviera Park Improvement Nylander Park Improvements Rodman Slough Mt Konocti Road Improvements Mt Konocti Improvements                                             $185,924 $18,860 $377,475 $9,859 $9,500 $24,122 $7,241     $60,000

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BU 7073 - PARK DEVELOPMENT - QUIMBY (Fund 73)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The appropriations in this budget are fully funded by park development fees, otherwise known as Quimby fees. Recommended appropriations are as specified below, based on the geographic areas from which the development fees have been generated. Capital Assets                    

7073 - Park Development - Quimby   61-60 - Buildings & Improvements - Current Park Improvements     61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Year Kelseyville Parks   Hammond Park     Clearlake Oaks Rodman Slough   Upper Lake   Middletown  

       

$8,985 $17,916 $152,137 $9,599 $25,326 $3,393 $8,101

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BU 7201 - COUNTY MUSEUM
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 7201 COUNTY MUSEUMS Museum Curator (3/4) Assistant Museum Curator (1/5) Assistant Museum Curator (3/4)   *Position shared with BU 1890. 344  0945 2237 2237   Class Code No.   0.750 0.200 0.750 1.700 FY 2012/13 Adopted     *     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   0.750 0.200 0.750 1.700     *       0.750 0.200 0.750 1.700 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.     *     FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   0.750 0.200 0.750 1.700     *    

Overview: This budget unit provides for the routine operating expenses of the Lakeport Historical Courthouse Museum and the Lower Lake Schoolhouse Museum. Funding Sources: The operational costs of the museum facilities are financed primarily by Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) collected by lodging facilities located in the unincorporated area of Lake County and other general fund discretionary revenues. A small amount of revenue is generated by rental fees charged for use of the Lower Lake Schoolhouse auditorium, sale of retail items, and donations. Salaries and Benefits: The recommended budget includes position allocations of a 3/4-time Museum Curator, a 3/4-time Assistant Museum Curator and a 1/5-time Assistant Museum Curator, which is the same as in the prior year. In addition to funding for permanent employees, the budget includes funding for extra help. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes funding for routine operating expenses of the two museum facilities. Capital Assets: The recommended budget includes $25,000 to repair the wheel chair lift at the Lower Lake Museum. Capital Assets 7201 - Museum 61-60 - Buildings & Improvements - Current Wheel Chair Lift repair             $25,000

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BU 7202 - MUSEUM IMPROVEMENT FUND (Fund 70)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: A museum building fund was established in 1950 for the purpose of accumulating donations to the County Museum. Resolution No. 82-1 changed the name of the fund to the Lake County Museum fund. Pursuant to the resolution, these monies are to be used for exhibit materials and showcase (display case) restoration and replacement. Revenue Sources: In addition to previously accumulated monies, the budget includes $10,000 from a legal settlement that specifies the money to be used for Indian cultural artifacts and displays. This money will be used for an exhibit on the Clear Lake Hitch. Services and Supplies: The entire amount available in this fund is appropriated in object code 28.30-Special Department Services and Supplies, where it will be expended for exhibit related purposes.

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BU 7999 – CONTINGENCIES
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is entirely general fund discretionary revenue. The unexpended fund balance carry-over from the prior year and other one-time money received in the current budget year finances the appropriations in this budget unit. It is essential to appropriate funding in the Contingencies budget to cover unforeseen or unbudgeted expenditures that will occur during the year, as well as to offset unanticipated revenue shortfalls which may occur during the year.

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BU 8101 - FLOOD ZONE #1 (Fund 201)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The purpose of Flood Zone 1 is to operate and maintain the Highland Springs Dam, Adobe Creek Dam, Adobe Creek, and the Adobe Creek watershed. This budget provides reimbursement for staff services provided to this benefit zone. Services include engineering and design, groundwater planning, watershed management, and public information. Funding Sources: This is a self-funded budget that is supported by an allocation of property taxes assessed within the district. Annual expenses exceed annual revenues, thus the budget is balanced by canceling reserves or having a high year end fund balance from the prior year. No general fund discretionary revenue is used to support this budget. Reserves/Designation: Based on actual fund balance carry-over, minor adjustments (either an increase or a decrease) in reserves may be necessary to balance the budget. Services and Supplies: The Recommended Budget includes appropriations for staff support, to maintain the creek channel, fire roads and stream bank; vegetation management; and a required payment to State Department of Water Resources, Division of Dams. Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8104 - FLOOD ZONE #4 (Fund 204)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: Although this zone was originally formed to fund maintenance of facilities that at one time had been planned on Scotts Creek, those facilities were not built. The funds generated in this district are used to fund brush clearing and debris removal to ensure conveyance capacity in Scotts Creek. Funding Sources: This is a self-funded budget that is financed by a share of property tax revenues. Reserves/Designation: Based on actual fund balance carry-over, minor adjustments (either an increase or a decrease) in reserves may be necessary to balance the budget. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes appropriations for staff support and the Fish & Game Water Quality Certification Permit. Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8105 - FLOOD ZONE #5 (Fund 205)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: Flood Zone 5 finances the operation and maintenance of the Kelsey Creek Detention Structure and maintenance needs on Kelsey Creek in the immediate vicinity of the structure. The Kelsey Creek detention structure and adjacent Kelsey Creek are maintained to ensure optimum recharge of groundwater. The structure is operated according to an approved plan to minimize flood risk and maximize groundwater recharge. Funding Sources: This budget is funded entirely by property tax. Annual expenses exceed annual revenues, thus the budget is balanced by canceling reserves. At the current rate, general reserves will be depleted in about 4 years. Reserves/Designation: Based on actual fund balance carry-over, a minor adjustment (either increase or decrease) in General Reserves may be necessary to balance the budget. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes appropriations for staff support; to maintain the Kelsey Creek detention structure; to purchases water from the Yolo Flood Control and Water Conservation District; and for payment of a State water rights fee. Even after reducing labor and overhead costs, annual expenditures still exceed current year revenues. Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8107 - WATER RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION (Fund 207)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 8107 WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Water Resources Director I/II (1/4) Deputy Water Resources Director Water Resources Engineer Water Resources Program Coordinator Invasive Species Program Coordinator Water Resources Technician Accounting Technician, Senior Department Fiscal Technician Office Assistant II   *Full-time positions shared with BU 1903 **Position funded effective Nov 1, 2013 114445444  0427/0428 0791 0428 0427 0425 0431 2213 2204 2007     Class Code No.   0.250 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.500 5.750 *           FY 2012/13 Adopted   *     FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   0.250 0.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 1.000 5.750     *             *       0.250 0.500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 1.000 6.250 FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   *           *           FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   0.250 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.500 0.000 1.000 6.750   * **         *        

Overview: This is the administrative budget for labor, management, and general operating costs of the programs and services provided by the various flood control and lakebed management budget units. The programs administered by this department serve both the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by transferring funds from the countywide Watershed Protection District, the separate Flood Control Zones, and Lakebed Management budget units. Salaries and Benefits: As was discussed during approval of the Recommended Budget in June and as shown above, the position allocation reflects the addition of a Deputy Water Resources Director. This position is required as the Department of Water Resources assumes responsibility to administer the Lake County Clean Water Program as well as provide overall day-to-day direction of the Water Resources Department. This position will be funded by geothermal resource money that had previously been allocated to the Community Development Department to fund staff implementing the Lake County Clean Water Program. This budget also includes extra help to staff the quagga mussel decontamination station and other tasks related to this program. Services and Supplies: The recommend budget includes appropriations for typical operating expenses such as communications, office supplies, equipment maintenance, computer support, GIS maintenance, Countywide overhead, transportation and travel, and Central Garage charges. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget includes appropriations for computers. Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8108 - UPPER MIDDLE CREEK BASIN (Fund 208)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: Funding in this budget unit is used to pay the operation and maintenance costs of the Upper Middle Creek flood control project. Maintenance includes mowing levees, spraying vegetation, adding gravel to the levee roads, and removing brush and gravel from the flood control channels. Maintenance work is contracted with the Road Division or private contractors. Levee mowing, vegetation/pest control is performed on a contract basis. Funding Sources: This budget unit is funded by benefit assessments for the Upper Middle Creek Basin, a contribution from the general Flood and Water Conservations District budget to cover the assessments on land owned by the federal government (i.e. US Forest Service and BLM), and interest earnings. Reserves/Designation: Designated reserves for “Capital Improvements” are being cancelled to fund a significant sediment removal project. Based on actual fund balance carry-over, the actual adjustments may be slightly different than shown on the proposed Schedule 14. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes appropriations for staff support and routine and special maintenance projects. Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8109 - FLOOD CONTROL & WATER CONSERVATION (Fund 200)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The Lake County Flood Control and Water Conservation District is a special district governed by the Board of Supervisors sitting as the District’s Board of Directors. District activities serve residents of both the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Lake County. Funding in this budget unit is used for programs such as the National Flood Insurance Program, master drainage planning for all communities, compliance with the nutrient and mercury water quality TMDL, watershed support programs, and the operation of the Highland Springs recreational area, which was constructed as part of the Adobe Creek flood management system. Grant-funded programs for watershed management also are administered through this budget unit. Funding Sources: Funding for this budget includes an allocation from property tax revenues, state and federal grant funds, and interest earnings. Proceeds from the sale of quagga mussel inspection stickers, formerly recorded in BU 1672, are now recorded in this budget. Reserves/Designation: The general reserves will be increased by $67,152 (or a slightly different amount based on the actual fund balance carry-over). The balance in reserves for the Middle Creek Restoration project will remain at $394,010. Salaries and Benefits: The salaries and benefits appropriated in this budget unit are for the Board of Directors (Board of Supervisors), at $150 per month for each Board member; this amount of compensation is established and required by State law. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes appropriations for staff support and department overhead; water quality program supplies; typical operating expenses such as equipment maintenance, utilities, transportation and travel, and miscellaneous supplies; the caretaker contract and other costs associated with the Highland Springs recreational area, and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. Significant special projects continuing from prior years include the preliminary engineering and design of the Middle Creek Ecosystem and an application for Middle Creek water rights. Appropriations for algae, aquatic weed and quagga mussel programs, formerly in BU 1672, have been moved to this budget. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The Recommended Budget includes $400,000 to demolish structures on property acquired for the Middle Creek Restoration project. Capital Assets 8109 - Flood Control & Water Conservation 60-00 - Land           $400,000

Demolition of Structures on Property Acquired in Middle Creek Restoration Area

Contingencies: A small amount of money is in the contingencies account to cover emergencies or unanticipated expenses.

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BU 8210, 8211, 8212, 8213 ,8216, 8217, 8218, 8219, 8461 - Lighting
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Appropriations and Reserve/Designations for each of the lighting districts are: Unreserved Fund Balance Carryover $628 $336 $1,463 $922 $1,202 $7,474 $593 $5,687 $22,249 Increase/ Decrease to Reserves $2,264 $225 $1,326 -$4,097 $447 $6,308 $362 $5,850 $4,997

Fund 210 211 212 213 216 217 218 219 261

District Anderson Springs Clearlake Oaks Glenhaven Kelseyville Lower Lake Lucerne Middletown Upper Lake Clearlake Keys

Revenues $8,022 $889 $4,539 $12,750 $14,949 $20,620 $12,907 $10,086 $22,249

Appropriations $6,386 $1,000 $4,676 $17,769 $15,704 $21,786 $13,138 $9,923 $19,697

Reserve Balance $38,245 $1,554 $40,856 $23,880 $25,019 $126,667 $20,657 $135,519 $101,834

Funding: Each of the lighting districts is funded by property taxes. As indicated above, some districts do not have sufficient on-going revenue to fund their appropriations. In those instances, districts must utilize unreserved fund balance carry-over and/or cancellation of reserves in order to support appropriations. Those districts which are cancelling reserves will still retain reserve balances that are sufficient to support similar shortfalls for several more years.

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BU 8351 – LANDS END (Fund 251)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the wastewater collection system in the area south of the City of Lakeport boundary to the Lands End subdivision. The wastewater collected in this system is discharged to the City of Lakeport’s treatment facility. The collection system contains 61 commercial and 130 residential connections. This fund supports the treatment costs provided by the City of Lakeport. The main goal is to provide wastewater service that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner possible. Future plans include analyzing all aspects of consolidating this budget unit with the Lake County Sanitation District (LACOSAN) - Northwest Regional System. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees. For a number of years, user fees have fallen short of fully supporting appropriations and the difference has been funded by cancelling reserves. This service area is in year two of a rate increase that took effect in December 2011. The third and final rate increase will be in December 2013. Until the rates are fully implemented, revenue will continue to be insufficient to cover appropriations. This year a small amount of fund balance carry-over was sufficient to fund the difference between revenues and appropriations. The budget unit currently has no reserves, but next fiscal year should allow reserves to be re-established for capital expenditures. Services and Supplies: The primary expense in this budget is payment to the City of Lakeport for treatment services. Recommended appropriations include $112,000 to pay this obligation. This budget also provides for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities and for reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities.

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BU 8352 - CORINTHIAN BAY (Fund 252)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the wastewater collection system in the Corinthian Bay area. This system contains 81 residential connections. LACOSAN manages this collection system which discharges into the Kelseyville Wastewater Treatment Facility. The main goal is to provide wastewater service that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner possible. Funding Sources: This budget is primarily funded by user fees which are currently only sufficient to finance very basic operational costs. Reserves have been nearly depleted over the past few years. The department plans to pursue a Prop 218 rate increase in the near future. Policy Issue: During this fiscal year the District will analyze the potential benefits of consolidating the system with Kelseyville County Waterworks #3 for potential efficiencies and cost-savings. Services and Supplies: In addition to providing appropriations for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities, recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classification: Classification Capacity Expansion Total Existing Balance $41,731 Increase/Decrease $2,588 Proposed Total $44,319

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BU 8353 - MIDDLETOWN SEWER (Fund 253)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the wastewater collection system in the Middletown area. This system serves 812 residential equivalency connections. Policy Issue: Because the treatment plant is nearing capacity, both a master facility plan and a project definition report have been completed which identified needed capital improvements and their estimated costs. The next step in implementing the necessary capital improvements will be to begin the Proposition 218 process, which will be initiated this fiscal year. Additional funding for the capital improvements is currently being sought from the State Revolving Loan Fund. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees which are currently insufficient to support on-going operational appropriations, and a decrease in reserves is required to finance basic operations. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Appropriations include replacing the roof on the treatment plant, and repairing the 47-hp pump at Pump Station #3, among other infrastructure repairs. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications: Classification O&M Capital Improvement Total Existing Balance $56,987 $647,170 Increase/Decrease -$34,703 $0 Proposed Total $22,284 $647,170 $669,454

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BU 8354 – LAKE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT – SOUTHEAST REGIONAL SYSTEM (Fund 254)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for the operation and maintenance of the Southeast Regional Wastewater System, the single largest utility system managed by Special Districts. This system serves approximately 18,000 people in the City of Clearlake, Lower Lake and surrounding communities. This system includes over 100 miles of raw wastewater collection pipelines and 21 pump stations, as well as a full-service treatment facility with a septage receiving station. There are 8,553 residential equivalency connections served by the system. The Southeast system is connected to the effluent recycling system that transports treated wastewater to the Geysers geothermal complex. The Geysers pipeline system includes 29 miles of pipeline, 6 pump stations, and a storage tank reservoir which are under the management of LACOSAN. Funding Sources: This budget is primarily funded by user fees and the Geyser pipeline partners. In prior years, system capacity fees received from new development connections provided funding for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The poor economic conditions essentially eliminated capacity fees and a 2010 rate increase provides a dedicated monthly payment to further support the CIP. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Recommended appropriations also provide for maintenance of the Geysers pipeline and provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative Budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support. This year a significant portion of funds will be allocated towards projects that respond to regulatory directives in the collection system. This is the result of the Statewide Sanitary Sewer Overflow Waste Discharge Requirements (SSO WDR) for all collection systems in California. A significant addition to reserves for Vactor replacement should allow the purchase of a Vactor truck to be shared between the Southeast and Northwest systems after saving funds for over three years. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $311,000 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8354 - Lake County Sanitation District- SE Regional System 61-60 - Buildings & Improvements - Current Reservoir Drain New Well SE treatment plant Extend Curbs on treatment ponds   62.72 Auto/Light Trucks 3/4 Ton Pickup   62-74 - Equipment - Other Panel Trailer

                                $6,000 $32,000 $155,000 $20,000 $98,000

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total O&M Capital Improvement Vactor Replacement Mitigation Total $146,059 $493,991 $75,000 $1,324 $200,000 $566,267 $175,000 $0 $346,059 $1,060,258 $250,000 $1,324 $1,657,641

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BU 8355 – LAKE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT – NORTHWEST REGIONAL SYSTEM (Fund 255)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget unit provides funding for the operation and maintenance of the Northwest Regional Wastewater System which serves a population of approximately 30,000 people in the areas of North Lakeport, Upper Lake, Nice, Lucerne, Kono Tayee, and Paradise Valley. This system includes over 100 miles of raw wastewater collection pipelines and 21 pump stations in addition to a full service treatment facility with a septage receiving station. There are 5,985 residential equivalency connections served by the system. The system is connected to the effluent recycling system that transports treated wastewater to the Geysers geothermal generation complex. This portion of the wastewater recycling system includes 23 miles of pipeline, 2 pump stations, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) facilities under the management of LACOSAN. The main goal of this year’s budget is to improve capacity between Upper Lake and Nice, and rehabilitation of pump stations. Due to regulatory directives the District will focus on reducing infiltration and inflow (I/I). Funding Sources: This budget is primarily funded by user fees. In prior years, system capacity fees received from new development connections provided funding for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The poor economic conditions essentially eliminated capacity fees and a rate increase will be needed in the short term to provide a dedicated monthly payment to further support the CIP. The budget unit does not have revenue for funding significant and necessary capital investment and the small amount of fund balance carryover will be dedicated to the Vactor Replacement reserve. The savings over the past three years between BU 8354 and BU 8355 should allow purchase of the truck this fiscal year. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Other planned projects include comprehensive line cleaning, relocation of an odor control unit, installation of a radio tower, and a variety of other projects. Recommended appropriations also provide for maintenance of the Geysers pipeline and provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative Budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support. Inventory Items: An appropriation of $6,500 is included to provide for the purchase of two metal storage containers and other small items. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $173,618 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8355 - Lake County Sanitation District- NW Regional System 62-74 - Equipment - Other Radio Transmitter Tower   63-05 - Construction in Progress Repairs at Lakeside Heights                     $153,618     $20,000

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications: Classification O&M Sewer Replacement Capital Improvement Vactor Replacement Mitigation Total Existing Balance $23,687 $576,884 $23,543 $75,000 $4,100 Increase/Decrease $0 $0 $0 $64,678 $0 Proposed Total $23,687 $576,884 $23,543 $139,678 $4,100 $767,892

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BU 8460 - SPRING VALLEY-CAMPGROUND (Fund 260)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the campground in the Spring Valley Subdivision. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by the annual campground fee paid by residents of Spring Valley. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. Although new revenues are barely sufficient to support appropriations, there is sufficient unreserved fund balance carry-over from the prior year to finance an increase to Designations as indicated below. Services and Supplies: The budget provides $9,250 for various building and equipment maintenance projects, $1,200 for postage, and $2,150 for professional services such as campground cleaning. An appropriation of $1,134 provides reimbursement to Special Districts Administration for administrative support. The remaining appropriations provide for basic operational costs such as insurance, supplies, and electricity. The campground is often plagued by vandalism which strains the meager resources of this budget unit for maintenance. Repairs this fiscal year will focus on the Community Center, bathrooms, walking trails and playground. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the designation classification: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total Comm. Ctr. Repair Total $3,081 $7,889 $10,970 $10,970

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BU 8462 - SPRING VALLEY (Fund 262)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system, roads, bridges, and dam in the Spring Valley Subdivision. This system contains 493 residential equivalency connections. Funding Sources: This budget is primarily funded by user fees and property taxes. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. Last year, funding also included a $1,800,000 grant from the State Department of Public Health which provided upgrades to the water system. Work is nearly complete, but a portion of the contract is carried over to this fiscal year. The current rate structure allows for all water expenses to be paid with fees collected from water customers allowing property tax revenues to build reserves for Roads, Bridges and Dams. The rate structure also includes a CIP fee, and money collected through this fee is being placed in the CIP reserve designation. In addition a new reserve designation is being created this year for Water Infrastructure Replacement. The capital project funded by the California Department of Health originally required a 25% cash match, but later the project was determined to be 100% fundable and the 25% was refunded and is being placed into the new reserve designation. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Recommended appropriations include $20,000 for repairing potholes and other road repair, costs associated with remote monitoring of the North Fork Cache Creek slide, installation of a new fire hydrant at the fire station, and various other repairs. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $310,000 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8462 - CSA #2 - Spring Valley Water System Upgrades         $310,000 63-04 – Construction in Progress – Water Systems

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications. Classification Road/Bridges/Dam Capital Imprvt. - Water Water System Replmnt. Total Existing Balance $152,871 $50,121 $0 Increase/Decrease $57,854 $40,634 $129,526 Proposed Total $210,725 $90,755 $129,526 $431,006

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BU 8463 - TWIN LAKES CSA #3 (Fund 263)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: The recommended appropriations will provide for routine maintenance of the service area roads, including patching, weed spraying, shoulder restoration, ditch cleaning and pavement rehabilitation. This County Service Area operates under the Department of Public Works (DPW). This is a self-funded budget which receives a share of property tax revenue. No general fund discretionary revenue is used to support this budget unit. Services and Supplies: Appropriations include payments to Budget Unit 3011 for road maintenance services, payment to Budget Unit 1903 for staff support; and electric costs to operate a street light. Reserves: Reserves will be increased by the amount that fund balance carry-over plus new revenues exceeds appropriations.

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BU 8461, 8464, 8465, 8468, 8469, 8470, 8471, 8472, 8483 thru 8492, CSA #23 BENEFIT ZONES
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview and Funding Sources: Throughout the County, benefit zones have been created under the Countywide county service area for road improvement and maintenance. To fund the improvements and maintenance, the property owners have voted to pay a special assessment. Six benefit zones (Piner Court, North Buckingham, South Buckingham, Riviera West, Riviera Heights, and Clearlake Keys,) have received loans from the Infrastructure Reserve Fund (no.153) for a total of $1,948,200 to provide money for the improvements and repaying the money over a four to five year-period. Piner Court made the final payment in FY 10/11; North Buckingham, South Buckingham, and Riviera West made final payments in FY 11/12; and Riviera Heights made its final payment in FY 12/13. As of July 1, 2013, Clearlake Keys owes $118,000 and will pay $115,000 in FY 13/14. The Final Recommended Budget includes a loan of $415,000 to Chippewa South as well as Chippewa South making its first loan payment of $42,429. Payments to the Road Fund include $20,000 from Orchard Shores; $715,000 from Chippewa South; $4,300 from Gordon Springs; $11,000 from Oak Tree Court; $65,000 from Shadow Hill; $9,000 from Monte Vista; $8,500 from Piner Court; $500 from Dohnary Ridge; and $32,000 from Riviera Heights. Reserves: Reserves will be increased or decreased in each fund as necessary based on fund balance carry over.

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BU 8466 - FINLEY (Fund 266)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system in the Finley area, southeast of Lakeport. The system contains 227 residential equivalency connections. This system is physically consolidated with the Kelseyville County Waterworks District #3 water system. The main goal is to provide drinking water that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. For a number of years, revenues have been insufficient to support this budget and the difference has been funded with cancellation of reserve designations. This year, new revenues are again not sufficient to fund appropriations, but there is adequate fund balance carry-over to fund the difference as well as support an increase to designations as indicated below. Policy Issues: While revenues are slightly increased from previous years, revenues are still not adequate to support operating and maintenance expenses and provision of a capital improvement program. Despite this year’s fund balance carry-over, this budget can not continue to rely upon its reserves. Consequently, district staff are exploring the possibility of a rate increase. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities and include $28,000 to reimburse BU 8593 (Kelseyville) for water pumping, treatment and storage. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications. Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total Capital Improvement O&M Total $15,395 $109,744 $22,465 $0 $37,860 $109,744 $147,604

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BU 8467 – BONANZA SPRINGS (Fund 267)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system in the Bonanza Springs Area on Cobb Mountain. This system supports 179 residential equivalency connections. The main goal is to provide drinking water that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner possible. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by property taxes and user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. In light of the significant appropriations for system improvements, new revenues are insufficient to support this budget. Consequently, the difference will be funded with unreserved fund balance carry-­ over. Services and Supplies: In addition to providing appropriations for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities, including road maintenance at Black Oak Drive and Hastings Road, road and generator pad construction and repair, and rebuilding filters, flow meters and injection manifolds in the pump house. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designation classifications. Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total O&M Capital Improvement Well Replacement Total $94,960 $131,563 $53,870 $0 $0 $66,284 $94,960 $131,563 $120,154 $346,677

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BU 8473 - KONO TAYEE (Fund 273)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system in the Kono Tayee subdivision, which contains 145 single family dwelling unit connections. The major focus in this system is to replace the redwood water tanks which are approaching the end of their useful life. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by property taxes and user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. Estimated revenue from user fees reflects the recent implementation of a Proposition 218 rate increase. Because revenues are now sufficient to support basic operations, the unreserved fund balance carry-over will be used to support the capital improvement projects are detailed below. The fund has finally accumulated enough reserves to finance an essential tank replacement project. All of the Tank Replacement reserves and a portion of the Capital Improvement reserves are canceled to fund the estimated cost of $190,000 to replace tanks #3 & #4. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Planned expenditures include repair of asphalt cracks and bank stabilization, relocation of a gate at Tank #2, and a variety of other maintenance and repair items. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $190,000 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8473 - CSA #13 - Kono Tayee Water Tank Replacement             $190,000 63-04 – Construction in Progress – Water Systems

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designations: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease O&M Capital Improvement Tank Replacement Total $83,010 $145,799 $73,349 $0 -$54,453 -$73,349

Proposed Total $83,010 $91,346 $0 $174,356

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BU 8476 - PARADISE VALLEY (Fund 276)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system to customers in the Paradise Valley Subdivision. The system contains 79 single family dwelling connections. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees and a loan of $95,000 loan provided by the general fund in FY 2009-10 for the Well #3 tie-in project. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. Estimated revenue from user fees reflects the recent implementation of a Proposition 218 rate increase. As a result, revenue is estimated to be sufficient to support normal operating appropriations along with a capital improvement fee. The unreserved fund balance carry-over will be used to increase reserves slightly as indicated below. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, and equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities and include $19,580 for the fourth of five annual installments to repay the general fund loan (budget unit 1781). Recommended appropriations also include $15,000 to repave the Highway 20 approach to the access road as required by Caltrans. Appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Reserves and Designations: Classification General Capital Improvement O&M Total Existing Balance $6,900 $43,204 $51,809 Increase/Decrease $0 $19,875 $0 Proposed Total $6,900 $63,079 $51,809 $121,079

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BU 8478 – STARVIEW (Fund 278) (CAO Staff: Alan Flora) Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system to approximately 148 customers in the Starview Subdivision. The main goal is to provide drinking water that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner possible. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. New revenues are insufficient to fund normal operational expenses and provide for future capital improvements. This year, there is a small unreserved fund balance carry-over that is not sufficient to make up for the difference between revenues and appropriations. Reserves will need to be decreased significantly to fund the revenue shortfall as indicated below. Policy Issue: A rate increase will be required in the near future to provide for capital improvements. Services and Supplies: In addition to providing appropriations for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities, appropriations are recommended to abandon the Baas Well, replace the chlorine injection pump and injectors, and perform engineering and survey work for a new backup well site. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $30,000 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8478 - CSA #18 – Starview Water Engineering & survey for new well site             $30,000 63-04 – Construction in Progress – Water Systems

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Reserves and designations: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total O&M Capital Improvement General Total $24,899 $53,488 $70,079 -$24,899 $0 -$19,522 $0 $53,488 $50,557 $104,045

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BU 8480 - SODA BAY (Fund 280)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system to customers in the Soda Bay and Riviera Heights area. This system contains 751 residential equivalency connections. The limited capacity and configuration of the existing treatment plant requires frequent hauling of backwash away from the facility. In light of the plant’s limitations, a rate increase was implemented in 2011 that will support necessary capital improvements. Most of the year’s planned activities include making improvements in response to regulatory directives and improving system efficiency. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget, although the general fund did provide a $100,000 loan in 2011 to fund drilling of a new well and to fund Phase 1 of the Preliminary Design Report/Facilities Plan. The Prop 218 rate increase also provides for a loan repayment fee that will support repayment of this loan. Until the rate increase is fully implemented, revenues will continue to be insufficient to fund basic operational expenses and also fund capital improvements. Consequently, this year, the shortfall in revenue is being funded with an unreserved fund balance carry-over which is also sufficient to provide a much needed increase to Designations as indicated below. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, and equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Recommendations also include $80,000 for backwash hauling and pumping, and $63,000 for general fund loan repayments. Planned projects include a required inspection of the clearwell, repairing leaks in three tanks, cleaning and inspecting the lake intake screen, replacing the chlorine analyzer and pacing unit, and preparing to design phase two of system improvements. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the Designations: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Capital Improvement Total $569 $106,670

Proposed Total $107,239 $107,239

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BU 8481 - NORTH LAKEPORT (Fund 281)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system to customers in the North Lakeport area. This system provides water to 1,639 residential equivalency connections. The main goal is to provide drinking water that complies with regulations in the most cost-effective manner possible. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. In light of the appropriations related to regulatory compliance as well as the appropriations for capital asset replacement, new revenues are insufficient to support this budget. The difference will be funded with unreserved fund balance carry-­ over which is also sufficient to provide a slight increase to Designations as indicated below. There is not sufficient revenue to fund all necessary treatment and storage upgrades. There is currently a connection moratorium on the system imposed by California Department of Public Health. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities and include $25,404 to pay Yolo County for water. Other significant appropriations include recoating the exterior and replacing the interior of a 225,000 gallon clearwell, replacing the Clearlake Acres tanks, reconstruct six water services in Walnut Beach subdivision, implement the 3rd year of a 5-year program to replace lead fittings in water service connections, and a variety of other maintenance and repair tasks. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Capital Assets: The loan from the Building and Infrastructure Reserve to this Budget Unit for $150,000 to address improvements to the water system at Lakeside Heights is being repaid. The residences that have not been red tagged are still being served with water and that portion of the system is not in danger. The need for additional investment in the system will be addressed at a future date depending on any impacts from future events. Capital Assets totaling $240,000 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8481 - CSA #21, North Lakeport Water 61-60 - Buildings & Improvements - Current Replace Two 20,000 Gallon Tanks Replace Brass Fittings                   $50,000 $175,000 $15,000

Recoat Exterior and Replace Interior Liner of 225,000 Gallon Clearwell

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the designation classifications: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total Capital Improvement Capacity Expansion Total $220,417 $697,637 $4,334 $0 $224,751 $697,637 $922,388

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BU 8482 – MT HANNAH (Fund 282)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of the potable water system to customers in the Mt. Hannah area of Cobb Mountain. The system contains 38 single family dwelling connections. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees which reflect the recent implementation of a Proposition 218 rate increase in the user fee as well as the establishment of a capital improvement fee. The rate increase will be phased in over a three year period with the first increase having occurred in July 2011, and the final increase occurring in July 2013. Until the rates are fully implemented, revenue will continue to be insufficient to cover appropriations. This year, the difference will be funded with unreserved fund balance carry-­ over and a decrease in reserves as specified below. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment, and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities and include $3,050 for the seventh of 10 annual installments to repay the initial general fund loan. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Reserves/Designations: The following change is being made to the Designation: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease O&M Total $5,361 -$1,157

Proposed Total $4,204 $4,204

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BU 8593 - KELSEYVILLE WATERWORKS (Fund 293)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Overview: This budget provides the funding for operation and maintenance of a wastewater and potable water system to customers in the Kelseyville area. The water system serves 1,295 residential equivalency connections and the wastewater system serves 1,393 residential equivalency connections. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by user fees, property taxes and federal grant and loan revenue which will reimburse the cost of capital projects. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. New revenues are sufficient to cover basic operational appropriations. The unreserved fund balance carry-over is sufficient to fund recommended capital improvements this year, but no increases will be made to designations as specified below. Services and Supplies: Appropriations provide for the materials, supplies, equipment and specialty services needed to operate and maintain the district’s facilities. Priority projects this fiscal year include calibrating flow meters at the wastewater plant, scarifying disposal ponds 1 thru 3, adding a new effluent pipe to the headworks of the treatment plant, slip-lining 400 feet of 6” gravity sewer on Single Springs Drive, and engineering design for replacement of approximately 1,200 lineal feet of effluent pipeline between the treatment plant and disposal ponds. Recommended appropriations also provide reimbursement to the Special Districts Administrative (SDA) budget unit for the cost of direct labor and administrative support necessary to provide for operation and maintenance activities. Capital Assets: Capital Assets totaling $194,982 are listed as follows: Capital Assets 8593 - Kelseyville Waterworks District #3 61-60 - Buildings & Improvements - Current Meter Replacements and Upgrades Meter Brass Fittings Replacement   63-05 - Construction in Progress Van Eck Waterline Replacement                 $134,982       $40,000 $20,000

Reserves/Designations: No changes are being made to the designation classifications below: Classification Existing Balance Increase/Decrease Proposed Total Mitigation Sewer Replacement Master Plan Water Capital Imp. - Water Capital Imp. - Sewer Total $16,000 $175,603 $50,000 $338,338 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $16,000 $175,603 $50,000 $338,338 $0 $579,941

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BU 8695 - SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADMINISTRATION (Fund 295)
(CAO Staff: Alan Flora)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 8695 SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADMINISTRATION Special Districts Administrator Deputy Special Districts Administrator I/II Deputy Special Districts Administrator-Fiscal Utility Systems Compliance Coordinator CMOM Coordinator I/II/CMOM Engineer I/II Utility Area Superintendent Water Meter Reader-Connection Technician I/II Accountant I/II Accounting Technician, Senior Accounting Technician Special Districts Customer Service Coordinator Customer Service Technician I/II Office Aide/Office Assistant I/II Electro/Mech Tech I/II Utility Worker III Utility Worker I/II Wtr/Wstwtr Trtmnt Plant Operator Trainee/I/ II/III   11114354444445555  2006 2062/2063 2059 2060 0417/0418/0422/ 0423 2086 0725/0726 0031/0032 2213 0014 0415 0730/0734 2078/2009/2007 1463/1465 1469 1467/1468 1443/1444/1445/ 1446   FY 2012/13 Adopted FY 2012/13 Adopted   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 8.000 7.000 42.000                                         1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 7.000 44.000 FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013                                       FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 8.000 45.000                                       FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.000 2.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 2.000 1.000 5.000 3.000 10.000 8.000 45.000                                      

Overview: This budget provides the funding for labor, materials and services that support the operation, maintenance and administration of four wastewater systems, ten potable water systems and nine street lighting districts. The goals of this budget unit are essentially the combined goals addressed in the individual budget units administered by Special Districts. The largest component of this budget is for the salaries and benefits of 45 employees that provide services in all of the special districts. Funding Sources: This budget is funded by reimbursements from all other Special District budgets. This year, a sizeable unreserved fund balance carry-over exists primarily as a result of prior year’s salaries and benefits being significantly less than anticipated. There has been difficulty filling multiple high-level positions within the department. Consequently, this fund balance carry-over is being used provide additional resources to projects which have been underfunded for several years (such as the AMR meter reading system), as well as to increase reserve designations as indicated below. A reduction in payments from other Districts was implemented last year due to fund balance carryover from salary savings. If the trend continues into the future the District will implement another adjustment. Salaries and Benefits: Staff in this budget unit provide the operation, maintenance and administrative support services for all the water, wastewater, and lighting districts that are governed by the Board of Supervisors. The recommended position allocation provides for the same staffing level as in the prior year with the addition of one Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator.

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Services and Supplies: In addition to routine administrative expenses, notable appropriations include $95,000 for maintenance and repairs for vehicles and heavy equipment; $55,937 for County overhead; $32,000 to the County’s Information Technology Department for computer services; and $174,645 for vehicle and heavy equipment fuel. Inventory Items: Inventory Items include $280 for a filing cabinet; $1,480 to replace two computers; and $280 for an office chair. Capital Assets: The budget includes $170,000 to add additional modules in the implementation of the Automatic Meter Reading System (year four of the multi year roll-out) and $26,750 for the purchase of a replacement service truck. Capital Assets 8695 - Special Districts Administration 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks Replace pickup   62-74 - Equipment - Other Automatic Meter Reading System       $170,000             $26,750  

Reserves/Designations: The following changes are being made to the designation classifications: Classification General Equipment Reserve Total Existing Balance $252,805 $61,250 Increase/Decrease $0 $267,759 Proposed Total $252,805 $329,009 $581,814

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FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 8798 — AIR CONTROL OFFICER’S SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Fund 298)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This fund is intended to support enforcement related expenses, special air quality programs, and multiyear, program specific grants that are not part of the District’s basic operations. Funding Sources: This budget unit is supported by revenues from the State Air Resources Board for special programs, interest earnings, and fund balance carry-over from the prior year. Reserves: Reserves slightly decreased to $22,715 for Enforcement Legal Assistance. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget includes $410,000 to assist private companies with replacing diesel engines (funded by a State grant specifically for this purpose), and appropriations for enforcement activities and research and education programs. A new object code has been added to this Budget Unit to support the proposed implementation of an Agricultural Assistance Program. Funding will be identified and appropriated once the program is approved.

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BU 8799 - AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (Fund 299)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 8799 AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Air Pollution Control Officer Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer Air Quality Engineer/Senior Air Quality Engineer Air Quality Technician Air Quality Specialist/Senior Air Quality Specialist   11555  0110 0133 0119/0121 0120 0117/0118   Class Code No. FY 2011/12 Adopted   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 5.000               FY 2011/12 as of 6/30/2012   1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.600 4.600               1.000 0.000 2.000 1.000 0.600 4.600   FY 2012/13 Requested by Dept.           FY 2012/13 Recommended   1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.600 4.600       * *  

*The Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer may be under-filled at the Air Quality Engineer or Senior Air Quality Engineer level.

Overview: The budget unit contains the appropriations necessary for operation of the Lake County Air Quality Management District. The District has been designated as in “attainment” of all the State’s air quality standards for 22 consecutive years. It is the only Air Quality District in the State to ever be so designated. In addition, Lake County received the number one ranking in the nation for cleanest air in 2013, as determined by the American Lung Association. Funding Sources: This budget is funded primarily by State service fees, related grants, and grant subvention funding. No general fund discretionary revenues are used to support this budget. This budget pays the general fund for services provided to the District by various general fund departments, either through direct billing for services rendered or through the County overhead plan. Designations: Due to the fund balance carryover of $41,415, the recommended allocation is depicted below and does not match Schedule 14, the designated reserve for vehicles will be decreased by $15,000, the designated reserve for building will be increased by $25,915, and the designated reserve for Air Monitoring Equipment will be increased by $30,500. Thus, the balances in each designated reserve will be as follows:

Vehicle Reserve Small Business AB 2588 Air Monitoring Equipment Building Reserves

$ 37,972 $ 10,530 $101,559 $737,484

Salaries and Benefits: The position allocation and amount appropriated for salaries and benefits reflects same staffing level as the prior year. Services and Supplies: This budget unit contains the funding necessary for basic operational costs such as communications, equipment maintenance, office supplies, transportation, and postage. Expenses unique to this budget unit include appropriations for laboratory services and maintenance of specialty testing equipment. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget includes $30,527 for various Inventory Items, including software, personal communication devices, and technical equipment; $5,000 for a storage building, and $30,000 to upgrade various air monitoring equipment

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Capital Assets 8799 - Air Quality Management District 61-69 - Buildings & Improvements - Prior Storage Building   62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks Acquire 3/4 ton pickup and replace two cars   62-79 - Equipment - Prior Year Air Monitoring Equipment           $30,000           $75,000     $5,000

Contingencies: The budget includes $20,000 for contingencies.

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BU 8826 - REDEVELOPMENT OBLIGATION (Fund 126)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: The purpose of this fund and budget unit is to provide the means to provide staffing and other costs associated with the dissolution of the former Lake County Redevelopment Agency (RDA) and to pay any enforceable obligations incurred by the RDA. The RDA was dissolved effective February 1, 2012 and as the successor agency to the RDA, the County was required to establish this fund pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34170.5(a), which was added by Assembly Bill X1 26, signed by Governor Brown on June 28, 2011 and the California Supreme Court’s ruling on December 29, 2011, holding ABX1 26 to be constitutional. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriations provide funding to reimburse the County Administrative Office and County Counsel for any tasks associated with dissolving the RDA, pay for state required audits, and pay the balance of relocation obligations to tenants that resided in property acquired by the RDA. Other Charges: The budget includes $56,114 to pay to Budget Unit 1781 - Special Projects as matching funds for the Safe Routes to Schools grant to construct sidewalks along Highway 20 in Clearlake Oaks. This is part of the $80,000 initially approved by the Department of Finance for this purpose in FY 11/12.

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BU 8894 - REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING SUCCESSOR AGENCY (Fund 938)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: As part of the dissolution of its redevelopment agency, the County is required to establish this fund to account for the assets, liabilities, and obligations of the former Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund (LMIHF) that was part of the now dissolved Lake County Redevelopment Agency. This new fund is also known as the “Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund (LMIHAF).” Funding Source: One of the assets of the LMIHF was a $471,000 loan from the LMIHF to the general RDA fund in FY 2009/10 to partially fund a State required payment to the Supplemental Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund (SERAF). If repayment of this loan is approved by the local RDA Oversight Board and the Department of Finance, this fund will receive approximately $123,000 per year until the loan is repaid. Policy Issue: AB X1 26 did not allow loans from the County General Fund to the RDA to be repaid. However, AB 1484 (adopted in July 2012) does allow this repayment, but requires loans for SERAF to be fully repaid first. AB 1484 also restricts the amount available for loan repayment each year based on a formula which considers available revenue after meeting the former RDA’s obligations. Based on that formula, $123,000 is projected to be available for loan repayment each year. Therefore, the SERAF loan will not be repaid until FY 2016/17. After repaying the SERAF loan, AB 1484 also requires that 20% of the amount available for loan repayment each year be deposited into this LMIHAF. Therefore, only about $100,000 will be available each year to repay the General Fund loans. In order to have the General Fund loans (approximately $2.7 million of principal and interest outstanding) repaid, the RDA Oversight Board and Department of Finance must approve the loan repayment. Prior to requesting approval from the Oversight Board, staff seeks Board direction. Appropriations: Money in this fund will be accumulated until sufficient money is available to partner with a developer to construct a housing project. This partnership would be similar to the former RDA’s participation in the Eskaton Clearlake Oaks Manor senior housing apartments.

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BU 9905 - ISF-CENTRAL GARAGE (Fund 905)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: Central Garage is a division of the Public Works Department. It provides and maintains a fleet of vehicles available for use by all County Departments. It also maintains several of the vehicles owned by individual departments. Mileage reimbursement rates charged to other departments for use of vehicles from the County vehicle pool consist of two components: operations and replacement. The portion that covers operating expenses no longer covers actual operating costs. The rate charged for use of central garage vehicles for FY 13/14 will be the same as the last five years as follows: Vehicle Type P T Existing Rate $.39 $.46

Policy Issue: The Board may want to direct staff to once again research the financial impacts of requiring more County-owned vehicles to be placed in the pool. The number of County-owned vehicles in the pool is about 90 while the number not in the pool is about 207. Fewer vehicles in the pool results in higher costs for those in the pool. On the other hand, by having more vehicles in the pool, the fixed costs of operating the maintenance shop can be spread among more vehicles thereby keeping the rates lower for all County departments. Funding Sources: This budget unit is financed by fees collected from County departments who utilize this division’s services. Consequently, both general fund and non-general fund revenue sources provide funding for this budget unit. Salaries and Benefits: No staff positions are allocated in this budget unit. All staff positions for fleet and heavy equipment maintenance are budgeted in Budget Unit 9911. The Central Garage budget purchases labor services from Budget Unit 9911. Services and Supplies: Appropriations for labor, equipment parts, and vehicle fuel comprise most of the Services and Supplies portion of this budget unit. Payments are also made to BU 9911 for program management and mechanic services and to Budget Unit 1903 for DPW overhead. Capital Assets: Capital asset appropriations consist of $100,000 to purchase four mid-size sedans. Capital Assets 9905 - ISF - Central Garage 62-72 - Autos/Light Trucks Replace 4 Midsize Sedans                 $100,000

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BU 9907 - ISF-HEAVY EQUIPMENT (Fund 907 & 908)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This budget unit is an “Internal Service Fund” and is used primarily for costs associated with maintenance of a fleet of heavy equipment and light duty trucks available for use by the County Road division. This program is a division of the Department of Public Works. Funding Sources: This budget unit is fully financed through charges to the Road Department budget and a small amount of revenue obtained through charges to other County departments and agencies. Services and Supplies: The budget includes appropriations for equipment parts, supplies, tires, repairs, and engine reconditioning and related maintenance expenses. Payments are also made to Budget Unit 9911 for program management and mechanic services; and to Budget Unit 1903 for DPW overhead. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: Capital assets totaling $546,000 are listed below: Two dump trucks are proposed to be replaced – a 6-yard truck and a 10-yard truck. Each truck is proposed to be replaced with a used truck complete with bed, plows, and sand equipment. The used trucks will require an engine retrofit to make the CARB compliant, however this option is still significantly less than purchasing new trucks. The Department requests funding to replace the current paint striping truck. The current striping machine becomes more obsolete every year as new technologies with paint evolve. The current machine utilizes solvent-based paint, where the industry has moved to cheaper and less hazardous water-based paint. The solvent paint creates hazardous conditions for the employees having to handle the materials and the small tank sizes limit the range and efficiency of the truck. Staff’s plan is to replace the current paint truck with a used truck, which is estimated to be approximately ½ the cost of a new truck. The Department requests funding to replace a 1995 pull broom with a new self-propelled, front-mounted broom. The broom is also used with the chip seal program, along with many other maintenance operations, so it is a yearround use machine. The Department also requests funding to replace a 1995 water truck which has limited capacity and whose tank has required significant attention to patch leaks. Capital Assets 9907 ISF Heavy Equipment 62-74 - Equipment - Other Self-Propelled Broom New Used Truck With New Tank Snow Plow Installation   62-79 - Equipment - Prior Paint Striping Truck                                       $250,000 $38,146 $47,194     $80,000 $125,000 $6,000

Used 10- yard dump truck with bed, plow, sander  Used 6- yard dump truck with bed, plow, sander

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BU 9911 - ISF-FLEET MAINTENANCE (Fund 911)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Position Allocation
Budget Unit No. and Name 9911 ISF-FLEET MAINTENANCE Heavy Equipment & Fleet Maintenance Supt. Heavy Equipment & Fleet Maintenance Leadworker Heavy Equipment/Automotive Mechanic Storekeeper   1355  2211 2102 1032 1240   Class Code No.   1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000     FY 2012/13 Adopted       FY 2012/13 as of 6/30/2013   1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000         FY 2013/14 Requested by Dept.   1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000           FY 2013/14 Final Recommended   1.000 1.000 3.000 1.000 6.000          

Overview: This budget unit is an “Internal Service Fund” which consists of personnel and related costs necessary for providing staff to maintain County vehicles and heavy equipment. It is a division of the Department of Public Works. Funding Sources: The funding for this budget unit is derived from reimbursements paid by the ISF-Heavy Equipment and Central Garage budget units. Since Central Garage receives a significant portion of its revenue from general fund departments, this budget unit is indirectly supported by the general fund. Salaries and Benefits: The salaries and benefits of mechanic positions providing services to the Central Garage and ISF Heavy Equipment Maintenance units are in this budget. Services and Supplies: The recommended appropriation for services and supplies consists of the basic tools, supplies and operational expenses needed to perform the functions required of this Division. The Division also pays County overhead charges. Inventory Items and Capital Assets: The budget does not include any items.

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BU 9917 – ISF-EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELNESS (Fund 917)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This is an Internal Service Fund that is financed with the unexpended residual from the County’s former self-funded dental/vision insurance program. These monies will be used for an employee health and wellness program. Such a program, if successful, could reduce employee health care costs and therefore have a positive impact on future health insurance premiums for those employees participating in the CSAC EIA health insurance plans. The Health Insurance Committee approves minor expenditures. For proposed expenditures of a significant, amount the Health Insurance Committee will make a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors. As the Health Insurance Committee develops components of the wellness program, specific recommendations will be presented to the Board. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is the unexpended fund balance from the County’s former self-funded dental/vision insurance program. Services and Supplies: The appropriation in this budget unit will provide for payment of costs in connection with a new employee wellness program, the specifics of which are currently in development.

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BU 9918 — ISF UNEMPLOYMENT (Fund 918)
(CAO Staff: Matt Perry)

Overview: This Internal Service Fund is used to pay the cost of unemployment claims that are filed by former County employees. Unemployment claims are investigated and processed by a Third Party Administrator (TPA) under contract with the County. The County is required to pay the full cost of such claims instead of paying a lump sum insurance premium to the State. Departments will contribute 1% of their budgeted salaries for unemployment insurance premiums this year. The appropriation for payment of claims is based on projected actual costs during the prior year. Beginning three years ago costs increased significantly due to mandatory increases in benefits which were enacted by the State and federal government. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this Internal Service Fund is contributions from all other budget units with appropriations for salaries. Consequently, both general fund and non-general fund revenue sources finance the appropriations in this budget unit. Services and Supplies: The recommended budget provides for payment of claims and operational costs such as the contract with the Third Party Administrator, County overhead charges, and reimbursement to the Human Resources Department for management of the fund.

FINAL RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 13/14

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BU 9919 – ISF-PUBLIC LIABILITY (Fund 919)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: This budget unit finances the County’s Public Liability Insurance Program. This program is administered by the office of County Counsel. The County’s liability policy provides coverage up to $25 million per claim with a $10,000 deductible. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is revenue from allocated charges to all County departments. Charges are allocated based primarily upon each department’s loss history over the prior seven year period. Charges to County departments this year total $800,000. Services and Supplies: The appropriations in this budget unit provide for payment of the County’s liability insurance premium, the deductible payments required under that policy, and the cost of legal defense counsel for claims that may not be covered under the County’s existing insurance policy. Other appropriations provide for reimbursement to County Counsel for its administration of the program and for basic operation costs such as communications and office supplies.

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BU 9920 – ISF-WORKERS COMPENSATION (Fund 920)
(CAO Staff: Christopher Shaver)

Overview: The primary purpose of the program is to provide for administration and defense of workers’ compensation claims against the County. This program is administered by the office of County Counsel. The County’s workers’ compensation insurance policy provides full coverage with no deductible. This budget unit also provides for the cost of the County’s Safety Program, which is administered through the Administrative Office. Funding Sources: The source of funding for this budget unit is revenue from allocated charges to all County departments. Charges are allocated based primarily upon each department’s loss history. Charges to County departments this year total $2,015,000, which represents a 34% increase from the prior year. The increase cost to the General Fund is $398,024. The premium increase is caused by three reasons: 1. Third-party administrator failed to properly report claims resulting insufficient reserves. 2. The County as a whole experienced a significant increase in claims. 3. A hard-market cycle caused by an overall increase in claims industry wide. Since a portion of the premium increase is temporary to rebuild reserves, a portion of the General Fund premium is paid with fund balance carry over from the prior year. This avoids drastic and sudden staff reduction to General Fund departments. Services and Supplies: The appropriations in this budget unit provide for payment of insurance premiums, reimbursement to County Counsel for its administration and operation of the program, reimbursement to the Administrative Office for the cost of operating the Safety Program, and for basic operational costs such as communications and office supplies.

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