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Cheyenne County Budget - Detailed


Posted date: Aug 24, 2016

by: Dianna Padgett
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I got the detailed budget to better understand the county budget summary in the paper. It explains the receipts and expenses in detail so I'm passing them on to you. I did not reproduce the detail of line items in the General Fund. The 2014 fiscal paperwork has been has been completed by the auditors and includes another level to the already complex accounting system. The level of ACTUAL, though official for 2014 is not yet official for 2015. So the ACTUAL is still vague for the moment. Questions and/or concerns can be discussed with the commissioners on Aug 31st at 9 am at the courthouse.


These figures are based on a not yet approved Budget. They are subject to change until approved on August 31st 2016



Cash Flow Time Line
General FundRoad and BridgeBridge BuildingNoxious WeedHospital
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2015
218,258
140,377
62,790
226
0
Total Total Receipts 2015
4,631,146
1,431,670
6,454
69,162
645,767
Total Expenses for 2015
3,431,445
1,100,338
162
41,741
645,767
total fund bal 12/31/15
1,417,959
379,589
42,477
26,942
0
Forecasted Receipts 2016
4,034,864
1,453,744
770
47,000
665,151
Forecasted expenses 2016
4,293,937
1,573,100
0
47,000
665,151
Forecasted fund bal 12/31/16
1,158,886
260.233
43,247
26,942
0
Forecasted Receipts 2017
746,037
339,475
239
3,062
403,077
Property taxes applied to 2017
3,144,627
963,902
0
37,921
264,951
Forecasted Expenses 2017
4,976,852
1,540,100
43,486
67,000
668,028
Budget Authority for Expenditures
(less estimated property tax receipts)
1,828,225
576,198
43,486
29,079
403,077
Computed fund balance 12/31/2017
1,904,923
599,708
43,486
30,004
403,077





All the figures in the following forms are ESTIMATES

General Fund Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
1,158,886
Receipts (not including property tax)
Motor Vehicle Tax
205,504
Recreational Vehicle Tax
2,586
16/20M Vehicle Tax
18,578
Commercial Vehicle Tax
4,188
Gross Earnings (Intangible) Tax
11,000
Local Alcoholic Liquor
831
Local Sales Tax
200,000
Licenses and Fees
Local Vehicle Inspection Fees
5,000
Mortgage Registration Fees
15,000
County Officers Fees
21,500
Antique Vehicle Registration Fees
1,650
Filing Fees
400
Game Licenses
150
Uses of Money and Property
Interest on Idle Funds
2,500
Interest on Current Taxes
11,400
Interest on Motor Vehicle Taxes
750
Ambulance Fees
90,000
Charges for Services
Emergency Preparedness Fees
30,000
Solid Waste Fee
90,000
Law Enforcement Contract
35,000
Total Receipts
746,037
Resources Available
1,904,923
Expenditures
Appraisal
100,500
Ambulance
306,300
Includes increase in Contractual and Capital Outlay
a decrease in Commodities and Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Election
49,000
Includes increase in Contractual
and Transfer to Equipment Reserve
County Commissioners
61,180
Includes increase in Personal Services and a
Decrease in Contractual
County Clerk
113,195
Includes increase in Personal Services and Contractual
County Treasurer
81,500
Includes increase in Personal Services and Capital Outlay
County Attorney
96,331
Includes increase in Personal Services and Contractual,
Register of Deeds
68,248
Includes increase in Personal Services and Contractual,
Sheriff
421,540
Includes increase in Personal Services, Contractual,
Investigations, Commodities, Capital Outlay
and a Decrease to Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Dispatch
240,750
Includes increase in Personal Services, Capital Outlay
and Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Jail Care
36,500
Judicial
38,350
Includes increase in Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Clerk of Court
20,000
Buildings and Grounds
186,542
Includes increase in Personal Services, Contractual,
and Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Emergency Preparedness
134,040
Includes 'Grant Administration' of 30,490
Solid Waste Landfill
170,000
Includes increase in Personal Services
and a decrease in Commodities, and Capital Outlay
Home for the Aged
264,951
Includes increase in Contractual
and a decrease in Capital Outlay
Courthouse General
601,434
Includes a decrease in Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Computer
80,000
Includes an increase in Personal Services, Contractual,
Capital Outlay and Transfer to Equipment Reserve
Employee Benefits
1,123,770
Includes an increase in Social Security,
Health Insurance, Retirement
Other
152,958
Includes an increase in "other' and Public Transportation
Appropriations
141,830
Capital Projects Reserve Transfer
392,808
Grant Expenses
91,125
Total Expenses
4,972,852
Total Tax required to cover General Fund
(Resources Available less Expenses)
3,067,929
Delinquent Comp Rate 2.5%
76,698
Property tax designated for General Fund
3,144,627



Road and Bridge Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
260,233
Receipts (not including property tax)
Various Vehicle Taxes
79,075
Special City and County Highway
260,400
Total Receipts
339,475
Resources Available
599,708
Expenditures
Personal Services
530,000
Contractual Services
49,100
A decrease from 2016 of 13,000
Commodities
401,000
Capital Outlay
20,000
Transfer to Special Machinery
200,000
Transfer to Special Road Improvements
340,000
Total Expenditures
1,540,100
Tax Required
940,392
Delinquent Comp Rate 2.5%
23,510
Property tax designated for Road and Bridges
963,902



Bridge Building Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
43,247
Receipts (not including property tax)
Delinquent Tax
239
Total Receipts
239
Resources Available
43,486
Expenditures
Contractual Services
18,486
An increase from 2016 of 18,486
Commodities
25,000
An increase from 2016 of 25,000
Total Expenditures
43.486
Tax Required
0
Delinquent Comp Rate 2.5%
0
Property tax designated for Bridge Building
0



Noxious Weed Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
26,942
Receipts (not including property tax)
Various Vehicle Taxes
3,062
Total Receipts
3062
Resources Available
30,004
Expenditures
Personal Services
32,000
An increase from 2016 of 14,000
Contractual Services
4,000
Commodities
31,000
An increase from 2016 of 6,000
Total Expenditures
67,000
Tax Required
69,996
Deliquent Comp Rate 2.5%
925
Property tax designated for Noxious Weed
37,921



Hospital Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
0
Receipts (not including property tax)
Various Vehicle Taxes
18,077
Sales Tax
385,000
Total Receipts
403,077
Resources Available
403,077
Expenditures
Tax Levy
283,028
Sales Tax
385,000
Total Expenditures
668,028
Tax Required
264.951
Deliquent Comp Rate 0%
0
Property tax designated for Hospital
264,951



Special Alcohol Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
0
Receipts (not including property tax)
Liquor Tax
5,600
Total Receipts
5,600
Resources Available
5,600
Expenditures
Contractual Services
5,600
Total Expenditures
5,600
Unencumbered balance 12/31/2017
0

Special Parks and Recreation Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
5,655
Receipts (not including property tax)
Liquor Tax
1,920
Total Receipts
1,920
Resources Available
7,575
Expenditures
Appropriation
7,575
Total Expenditures
7,575
Unencumbered balance 12/31/2017
0



E 911 Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
95,440
Receipts (not including property tax)
911 Tax
52,000
Total Receipts
52,000
Resources Available
147,440
Expenditures
Contractual Services
147,440
Total Expenditures
147,440
Unencumbered balance 12/31/2017
0
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Prairie Dog Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
10,436
Receipts (not including property tax)
Treatment
3,503
Total Receipts
3,503
Resources Available
13,939
Expenditures
Personal Services
3,000
Contractual Services
600
Commodities
4,500
Total Expenditures
8,100
Unencumbered balance 12/31/2017
5,839



Noxious Weed Capital Outlay Budget Detail for 2017
Unencumbered Cash Balance Jan 1, 2017
24,714
Resources Available
24,714
Expenditures
Capital Outlay
24,714
Total Expenditures
24,714
Unencumbered balance 12/31/2017
0
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