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2014, AND ADOPT THE FISCAL YEAR 2015-2020 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors (the Board of Supervisors or the Board) to approve and control the County’s fiscal plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has established an objective to adopt a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) each year; and WHEREAS, on January 30, 2014, the County Administrator submitted the proposed FY 2015-2020 CIP to the Board of Supervisors and the Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, on February 27, 2014, the County Administrator submitted the Proposed FY 2015 Budget and Calendar Year 2014 Tax Rates to the Board of Supervisors; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission conducted two work sessions and held a public hearing on the proposed CIP; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission forwarded to the Board of Supervisors the CIP as proposed by the County Administrator with no recommendations; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors’ Facilities Planning and Implementation Committee conducted two work sessions and the full Board of Supervisors conducted one work session on the proposed CIP; and WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors to set the tax rates for Calendar Year 2014; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has received comments on the proposed real property tax increase from citizens of Fauquier County at a duly advertised public hearing; and WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors has received comments on the proposed tax rates, the proposed budget, and the proposed capital improvement program from citizens of Fauquier County at a duly advertised public hearing; and WHEREAS, on March 28, 2012, the Board of Supervisors appropriated $1,269,925 in General Fund prior year fund balance for the quadrennial reassessment effective January 1, 2014 for anticipated reassessment costs; and WHEREAS, on September 12, 2013, the Board of Supervisors appropriated $200,000 in General Fund prior year fund balance for Catlett/Calverton sewer planning project costs; and
WHEREAS, on December 12, 2013, the Board of Supervisors appropriated $402,365 in General Fund prior year fund balance for business incubator costs; and WHEREAS, as of the date of this resolution, the Commonwealth of Virginia’s General Assembly has not adopted an FY 2015-2016 biennium budget; and WHEREAS, the County’s FY 2015 budget anticipates revenue funding, for the statemandated Stormwater Management Program, through the establishment of a fee-based program; and WHEREAS, the fee-based program anticipates either through the creation of a special levy, assessed either by means of a flat fee dollar amount or a rate of taxation by assessed value, and a special taxing district or through an amendment to the Community Development fee schedule, to be established by the Board of Supervisors after a duly advertised public hearing; and WHEREAS, if a special levy were enacted it would become effective in FY 2015; and WHEREAS, the County ordinance 10-2.c. allows for the administrative authority of the County Administrator or Board of Supervisors to set and change all non-tonnage based fees at the County Landfill and do not require a public hearing and can be approved administratively; and WHEREAS, the Landfill Enterprise Fund anticipates the establishment of fee revenues for the acceptance of brush waste and mattress waste by users to offset the annual operating costs associated with the disposal or recycling of such items, such fees would be set for brush waste at $5.00 per truck and additional fee of $5.00 per trailer and mattress fees would be set at $5 per mattress or box spring with an additional $5 surcharge for non-dry mattresses; now, therefore, be it RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 3rd day of April 2014, that the following tax rates for Calendar Year 2014 be, and are hereby, approved, as set forth below; and, be it RESOLVED FURTHER, That the FY 2015-2020 Capital Improvement Program as amended by Board of Supervisors be, and is hereby, adopted; and, be it RESOLVED FURTHER, That projects which have been included in the Capital Improvement Program may be funded in future years at the discretion of the Board of Supervisors using a combination of County funds, proffers or funding from third parties; and, be it RESOLVED FURTHER, That the following budgets totaling $277,744,266 be, and are hereby, approved effective July 1, 2014, as set forth below; and, be it
RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Landfill Enterprise Fund fee increases are adopted for brush and mattress waste; and, be it RESOLVED FURTHER, That all outstanding encumbrances and unencumbered appropriations associated with reassessment, business incubator, and Catlett/Calverton sewer project planning funding as of June 30, 2014, are hereby re-appropriated to the 2014-15 fiscal year; and be it RESOLVED FURTHER, That while the FY 2015 fiscal plan will be adopted by this Resolution, appropriation of funds will be held until such time as the Commonwealth of Virginia’s FY 2015-2016 biennium budget has been enacted by the General Assembly and signed by the Governor of Virginia, or some other form of legal authority or provisions is made by the Commonwealth of Virginia to appropriate interim funding for FY 2015; and be it RESOLVED FINALLY, That all financial activities, purchases, travel, personnel actions, etc., shall be in accordance with the policies and procedures established by the Board of Supervisors and administered by the County Administrator.
CALENDAR YEAR 2014 COUNTY TAX RATES
REAL ESTATE General Real Estate Special District Levy (Countywide) Fire and Rescue Conservation Easement
$0.941 per $100 of assessed valuation
$0.045 per $100 of assessed valuation $0.006 per $100 of assessed valuation
Special District Levy (District Only) Marshall Electric Light and Business Improvement $0.005 per $100 of assessed valuation District Levy Bethel Academy Street Improvement District $522.06 per lot PERSONAL PROPERTY Tangible Personal Property Business Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment Machinery and Tools Motor Homes, Campers, and Boats Motor Vehicle Carriers (30+ passengers) Fire and Rescue Volunteer Vehicles Handicap Equipped Vehicles Aircraft1 Mobile Homes
$4.65 per $100 of assessed valuation $2.30 per $100 of assessed valuation $2.30 per $100 of assessed valuation $1.50 per $100 of assessed valuation $1.00 per $100 of assessed valuation $0.25 per $100 of assessed valuation $0.05 per $100 of assessed valuation $0.001 per $100 of assessed valuation $0.992 per $100 of assessed valuation
Aircraft stored at the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport are subject to a special maintenance fee assessment.
FY 2015 Expenditures
General Government Board of Supervisors Commissioner of the Revenue County Administration County Attorney Finance Geographic Information Systems Human Resources Independent Auditor Information Technology Management & Budget Registrar Treasurer Subtotal General Government Judicial Administration Adult Court Services Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court Commissioner of Accounts Commonwealth's Attorney General District Court Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Magistrates Subtotal Judicial Administration Public Safety Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management Juvenile Detention and Probation Sheriff's Office Subtotal Public Safety Public Works Environmental Services - Convenience Sites General Services Subtotal Public Works Health & Welfare Community Services Board Public Health Social Services/CSA Subtotal Health & Welfare Culture Library Lord Fairfax Community College Parks and Recreation Subtotal Culture
$277,430 $1,372,946 $739,621 $676,960 $1,326,624 $302,741 $2,404,203 $148,094 $3,552,971 $414,376 $415,774 $1,181,979 $12,813,719
$959,731 $141,784 $1,147,484 $2,400 $1,414,105 $32,685 $17,726 $87,773 $3,803,688
$6,935,694 $309,457 $17,786,643 $25,031,794
$2,653,675 $5,061,740 $7,715,415
$421,285 $577,945 $9,062,695 $10,061,925
$2,221,093 $63,355 $3,657,086 $5,941,534
Community Development Agriculture Development Community Development Contributions Cooperative Extension Economic Development John Marshall Soil & Water Conservation Planning Commission & Board of Zoning Appeals Subtotal Community Development Non-Departmental Non-Departmental Subtotal Non-Departmental Transfers Affordable Housing Fund Airport Enterprise Funds Capital Improvement Program Fund County Asset Replacement Fund Debt Service Fund Environmental Services - Landfill Enterprise Fund School Division Operating Fund Utility Fund Subtotal Transfers Total General Fund
$62,574 $3,601,137 $452,081 $134,652 $506,522 $147,581 $148,886 $5,053,433
$201,632 $16,000 $400,000 $1,333,500 $12,674,280 $368,279 $80,798,708 $100,000 $95,892,399 $167,569,515
Other Funds Affordable Housing Airport Enterprise Fund Ambulance Revenue Fund Capital Improvement Program Fund Conservation Easement Service District Fund County Asset Replacement Fund Debt Service Fund Environmental Services Fund - Landfill Fleet Maintenance Fund Health Insurance Fund Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association School Division Operating Fund School Nutrition Fund School Textbook Fund Regional Governor's School Fund School Asset Replacement Fund Total Other Funds Subtotal All Funds Less Transfers Total Appropriations:
$201,632 $798,992 $1,611,846 $6,135,500 $817,483 $1,368,500 $13,069,144 $5,162,479 $3,846,497 $28,044,456 $4,986,206 $129,883,603 $2,398,655 $5,609,088 $946,563 $1,086,506 $205,967,150 $373,536,665 ($95,792,399) $277,744,266
FY 2015 Revenue
LOCAL REVENUE General Property Tax Real Estate Public Service Personal Property Rollback Taxes Bethel Academy Delinquent Real Property Delinquent Public Service Delinquent Personal Property Penalties Interest Total General Property Tax Other Local Taxes Sales Tax (Local) Utility Tax Utility Consumption Tax BPOL Tax Auto Decals Bank Stock Tax Recording Tax & Fees (Deeds) Recording Tax & Fees (Wills) Transient Occupancy Tax Total Other Local Taxes Permit, Fees, and Licenses Dog Tags Land Use Fees Transfer Fees Concealed Weapon Permits Police Background Checks Community Development Fees Total Permits, Fees, and Licenses Fines and Forfeitures Local Fines Court Judgment Proceeds Zoning Violation Fines Interest on Local Fines Total Fines and Forfeitures Use of Money and Property Interest Income - General Fund Rental of County Property Rental Health Department Rental of Armory Rental Hospital Hill Property Total Use of Money and Property
$91,281,279 $6,303,082 $17,583,000 $30,000 $58,460 $1,300,000 $20,000 $245,000 $800,000 $420,000 $118,040,821
$7,625,000 $1,400,000 $190,000 $1,355,000 $1,790,000 $130,000 $1,700,000 $40,000 $90,000 $14,320,000
$40,000 $11,250 $2,500 $10,000 $20,000 $1,184,445 $1,268,195
$450,000 $800 $1,050 $6,000 $457,850
$125,000 $43,760 $25,700 $16,000 $135,689 $346,149
Charges for Services Excess Fees Remote Access Clerk Fee Sheriff Fees Courtroom Security Detention Fee Law Library Fees Local Cost Inmate DNA Inmate Processing Fee Commonwealth’s Attorney Fees County Attorney Fees Correction & Detention Charges Street Signs Fingerprinting Fees Fire Marshal Fees Parks & Recreation Library Fees Sales of Tax Maps Sales of GIS Maps Total Charge for Services Miscellaneous Revenue & Recovered Costs Farm Tour Donations Admin Fees - Debt Set-Off Lien Fees - Treasurer Lien Fees - County Attorney Commonwealth's Attorney Collection Fees Circuit Court Collection Fees General District Court Collection Fees J&DR Court Collection Fees HR Background Checks Wellness Dollars HR Miscellaneous Revenue Town Code Red Emergency System Recoveries Miscellaneous Revenue Other Government Charges Work Release Canteen Medical Reimbursements Home Incarceration Fees CSA Refunds Warrenton Community Center Recovered Costs Radio Reimbursement - Culpeper/Rappahannock Miscellaneous Recoveries Total Miscellaneous Revenue & Recovered Costs Total Local Revenue
$110,000 $20,000 $3,742 $165,000 $4,500 $11,500 $40,000 $500 $10,000 $6,000 $8,000 $53,000 $900 $9,000 $66,800 $488,680 $78,000 $0 $8,000 $1,083,622
$1,500 $70,000 $41,100 $2,000 $117,000 $1,000 $3,500 $250 $40,000 $25,000 $15,681 $5,000 $60,000 $10,500 $65,000 $6,500 $22,000 $10,000 $19,000 $25,862 $2,000 $542,893 $136,059,530
STATE REVENUE Non-Categorical Aid Rolling Stock Tax Mobile Home Titling Tax Rental Car Tax Personal Property Tax Relief Communication Tax Total Non-Categorical Aid Shared Expenses Commonwealth's Attorney Sheriff Commissioner of the Revenue Treasurer Registrar Clerk of the Court Adult Confinement – Detention Total Shared Expenses Categorical Aid Social Services Comprehensive Services Act Bright Stars Initiative Recordation Tax Library Aid Commissioner of the Arts Jury Duty Reimbursement Adult Court Services – Pretrial Community Corrections Juv. Community Crime Control E-911 Wireless Program Prisoner Transportation Armory Miscellaneous Total Categorical Aid Total State Revenue FEDERAL REVENUE Welfare Administration Public Safety Total Federal Revenue INTERGOVERNMENTAL Volunteer Fire and Rescue Fund Ambulance Revenue Fund Stormwater Management Total Intergovernmental Use of Fund Balance Total General Fund
$93,000 $20,000 $10,000 $13,657,510 $3,000,000 $16,780,510
$480,604 $3,465,620 $176,444 $148,699 $64,111 $484,991 $225,000 $5,045,469
$1,343,256 $1,913,225 $54,000 $450,000 $154,808 $5,000 $30,000 $245,414 $259,282 $36,836 $108,272 $15,000 $8,750 $17,000 $4,640,843 $26,466,822
$1,873,649 $149,752 $2,023,401
$173,617 $1,143,136 $362,571 $1,679,324 $1,340,438 $167,569,515
OTHER FUNDS Affordable Housing Fund Airport Enterprise Funds Ambulance Revenue Fund County Asset Replacement Capital Improvement Program Fund Conservation Easement Service District Fund Debt Service Fund Environmental Services Enterprise Fund - Landfill Fleet Maintenance Fund Health Insurance Fund Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association Fund School Division Operating Fund School Division Nutrition Fund School Division Textbook Fund School Division Asset Replacement Fund Regional Governor's School Fund Total Other Funds Total All Funds Less Local Support Total Revenue
$201,632 $798,992 $1,611,846 $1,368,500 $6,135,500 $817,483 $13,069,144 $5,162,479 $3,846,497 $28,044,456 $4,986,206 $129,883,603 $5,609,088 $946,563 $2,398,655 $1,086,506 $205,967,150 $373,536,665 ($95,792,399) $277,744,266
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