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Title: County of Haywood


1
County of Haywood
  • Fiscal Year 2009 2010
  • Budget Presentation

2
Economic Forecast
  • Global Economic Recession
  • 47 States significant budget deficits
  • California, Arizona North Carolina projecting
    budget deficits greater than 14
  • Multiple Major Sectors of the Economy are reeling
    from the negative impacts of this recession

3
Economic Forecast
  • North Carolina has double-digit unemployment
  • Consumer confidence is at an all time low

4
Historic Perspective Comparison
  • Since Spring 2008, Haywood County has been taking
    incremental prudent measured steps to adjust
    for the recession
  • Ultimately, the County reduced the FY 08-09
    Budget by 8 which effected all County supported
    services

5
Historic Perspective Comparison
  • Haywood County is a Service Oriented Organization
  • Personnel comprises a major expenditure
    essentially all staff realized a 2 pay cut
  • Buncombe County reduced their budget by a similar
    percentage is implementing a reduction in force
    of 87 personnel

6
Historic Perspective Comparison
  • Lee County has reduced its workforce by 25
    personnel.
  • Henderson County has implemented a reduction in
    force of approximately 20 personnel.
  • Wake County has reduced its budget by 15

7
Where does the money come from?
8
Where does the money go now?
9
Budget Process Overview Development
  • Original Expenditure Requests
  • 72,416,445 (10,721,859)
  • Revised Recommended Expenditures
  • 64,227,704

10
Budget Process Overview Development
  • The Planning Process officially began in January
    2009 when the Board of Commissioners held a
    Budget Retreat
  • There after the Board of Commissioners held three
    work sessions and individual meetings with
    Haywood County School System and Haywood
    Community College

11
Statistical Comparison
12
Statistical Comparison
13
Fiscal Year Expenditure Totals
  • FY 07-08 73,587,443
  • FY 08-09 70,226,546
  • FY 09-10 64,227,704
  • 3 Million Solid Waste expenditures moved to
    special revenue fund in FY 08-09

14
Statistical Comparison
15
Statistical Comparison
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Statistical Comparison
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Statistical Comparison
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Statistical Comparison
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Statistical Comparison
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Statistical Comparison
21
Statistical Comparison
22
Statistical Comparison
23
Recommendations
  • PROPOSED TAX RATE INCREASE
  • Increase 0.017 to 0.514 per 100 valuation
  • 0.01 on the Tax Rate equates to 700,000
  • The Average Home Value is 145,000
  • Tax Bill would increase 24.65 (annual)
  • For every 100,000 increase in value the tax
    bill increases 17 (annual)
  • Total General Fund Budget - 64,227,704

24
Recommendations
  • Reduction in Force (RIF) of 35 personnel

25
Recommendations
  • Eliminate funding to Non mandated Non Profit
    Organizations
  • Eliminate funding to the Town of Waynesville
    Town of Canton Recreation Programs
  • No Cost of Living Adjustment
  • Eliminate 401 (k) Employer Contribution
  • Eliminate Christmas Bonus
  • Only allow travel to maintain credentials
    certifications

26
Recommendations
  • Reduce funding to the School System Community
    College in consonance with the reductions in
    General Government
  • Reduce Capital Outlay Requests for General
    Government, School System, Community College by
    two-thirds

27
Recommendations
  • Modify Health Insurance Plan Design
  • Maintain Co-Pay Levels
  • Increase Deductibles
  • Move from a 90 /10 to an 80 / 20
  • Increase Educational Component Awareness
  • Ultimate Goal Balance between a viable
    long-term benefit for staff a reasonable cost
    for the taxpayers

28
Recommendations
  • Solid Waste
  • Planning, Development Implementation of Cell
    III at the White Oak Landfill (4.4 million)
  • Implementation of a Comprehensive Sustainability
    Plan with Recycling as the Cornerstone
  • Install a Methane Recovery System

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Recommendations
  • Guidance Direction
  • June 1st, 2009
  • Budget Public Hearing
  • June 15th, 2008
  • Board of Commissioners Consideration for
    Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2009 2010 Budget
    Ordinance Document
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