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									                     HARNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                               Minutes of Regular Meeting
                                     May 17, 2010

The Harnett County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, May 17, 2010, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room, County Administrative Building, 102 East Front Street, Lillington,
North Carolina.

Members present:     Timothy B. McNeill, Chairman
                     Beatrice B. Hill, Vice-Chairman
                     Dan B. Andrews, Commissioner
                     Gary House, Commissioner
                     Jim Burgin, Commissioner

Staff present:       Scott Sauer, County Manager
                     Tony Wilder, Deputy County Manager
                     Dwight W. Snow, County Attorney
                     Sylvia Blinson, Finance Officer
                     Gina Daniel, Acting Clerk

Chairman McNeill called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm. Vice Chairman Beatrice B. Hill
led the pledge of allegiance and invocation.

Chairman McNeill called for additions and deletions to the published agenda. Commissioner Burgin
moved to approve the agenda as published. Commissioner Andrews seconded the motion which passed
unanimously.

Vice Chairman Hill moved to approve the items on the consent agenda. Commissioner Andrews
seconded the motion and the Board unanimously approved the following items on the consent agenda:

   1. Budget amendments

       413 Environmental Protection Allocation Department
       Code 110-6999-429.35-36 Riverside Community Drainage –
                                   Phase 1 Beaver Control                     50,306 increase
             110-0000-389.50-00 Interfund Transfer – HCDPU                    50,306 increase

       414 Public Utilities Department
       Code 531-9000-431.90-10 Interfund Transfer – General Fund              50,306 increase
             531-0000-399.00-00 Fund Balance Appropriated                     50,306 increase

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431 Information Technology Department
Code 110-4900-410.35-34 Fiber Relocation (NCDOT)                      13,183 increase
       110-0000-356.49-01 Reimbursement – Fiber Relocation            13,183 increase

432 Juvenile Restitution and Community Service
Code 110-7930-441.12-00 Part-Time Salary & Wages                       2,552 decrease
       110-7930-441.22-00 FICA                                           387 decrease
       110-7930-441.26-08 Workers Comp                                   300 decrease
       110-7930-441.43-16 Maintenance & Repair Equipment                  41 decrease
       110-7930-441.58-01 Training & Meetings                             50 decrease
       110-7930-441.32-38 Restitution Services                           483 decrease
       110-7930-441.11-00 Full-time Salary & Wages                     2,357 increase
       110-7930-441.23-00 Retirement                                      64 increase
       110-7930-441.60-31 Gas, Oil & Auto Supplies                       500 increase
       110-7930-441.41-11 Telephone & Postage                            435 increase
       110-7930-441.55-12 Printing & Binding                              28 increase
       110-7930-441.60-36 Uniforms                                        24 increase
       110-7930-441.58-14 Travel                                          78 decrease
       110-0000-354.12-00 Other Revenue/Restitution Program              483 decrease

433 Health Department
Code 110-0000-334-76-14 Health Check Project                          14,114 decrease
      110-0000-356.76-02 Health Check Sandhills                       14,114 increase

435 East Central Water Improvements Capital Project Ordinance – PU0703
Code 567-9100-431.45-01 Construction                              2,680,500 decrease
       New                  Temple Grading – Contract 1A          1,529,999 increase
       New                  Caldwell Tank – Contract 2            1,654,000 increase
       New                  Wm J Keller – Contract 3              1,032,012 increase
       567-9100-431.45-80 Contingency                                33,892 decrease
       567-0000-370.76-00 NC State Revolving Fund Loan              954,119 increase
       New                  Johnston County Contribution            547,500 increase

436 Parks & Recreation Department
Code 110-7099-465.35-15 Sanford-Harnett County Housing              145,714 increase
       110-0000-331.70-01 Sanford-Harnett County Housing            145,714 increase

437 Information Technology
Code 110-4900-410.11-00      Salaries & Wages                         18,000 increase
       110-4900-410.11-06    Comp Time Payout                          5,000 decrease
       110-4900-410.12-00    Salaries & Wages – Part-time              1,500 decrease
       110-4900-410.44-21    Building & Equipment – Rent              11,500 decrease

438 Emergency Telephone E-911
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   Code 110-5900-420.11-00 Salaries & Wages                                3,500 increase
        110-5900-420.60-61 Road Sign/Materials                             3,500 decrease

   439 Cooperative Extension Department
   Code 110-7300-465.32-31 4-H Programs                                    4,550 increase
         110-0000-344.14-00 4-H Programs                                   4,550 increase

   440 Sheriff’s Department
   Code 110-0000-336.17-00 Jail Fees – State                              82,000 decrease
         110-0000-356.51-01 Inmates Confined/Backlog                      82,000 increase

   441 Cooperative Extension Department
   Code 110-7300-465.32-31 4-H                                               630 decrease
         110-7300-465.12-00 Wages & Salaries part-time                       576 increase
         110-7300-465.22-00 FICA                                              45 increase
         110-7300-465.26-08 Workman’s compensation                             9 increase


   442- 531 Public Utilities
   Code 531-9000-431.32-77      Credit Card Processing                     4,000 increase
         531-9000-431.41-10     Utilities – Admin/CS/Meter                 5,000 increase
         531-9015-431.11-06     Comp time payout                           5,000 increase
         531-9015-431.34-04     Analysis Fees – WTP                        4,000 increase
         531-9015-431.41-10     Utilities – WTP                           20,000 increase
         531-9015-431.43-19     System Maintenance and repair – WTP        7,500 increase
         531-9020-431.34-04     Analysis Fees – WWTP                       3,500 increase
         531-9020-431.34-05     Operating Fees – WWTP                      7,500 increase
         531-9020-431.43-19     System Maintenance and Repair
                                Distribution                              7,000 increase
          531-9025-431.12-00    Part time Salaries and Wages              3,000 increase
          531-9025-431.58-01    Training and Meetings                     1,500 increase
          531-9025-431.60-33    Materials and Supplies – Distribution     5,000 increase
          531-9030-431.41-10    Utilities – Sewer                        20,000 increase
          531-9030-431.43-19    System Maintenance and Repair             4,500 increase
          531-9030-431.60-33    Materials and Supplies – Sewer            4,000 increase
          531-9030-431.60-52    Safety Equipment – Sewer                    500 increase
          531-9000-431.74-73    Other Improvements                      102,000 decrease

2. Tax refunds, rebates and releases (Attachment 1)

3. The Planning Department requested approval of a resolution authorizing additional person’s
   authority to sign Department of Commerce, Division of Community Assistance under the Small
   Cities Community Development Block Grant Program, Scattered Site Housing Grant 2008
   documents. (Attachment 2)
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4. The Planning Department requested approval of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning
   Organization (CAMPO) STP-DA Bicycle/Pedestrian/Transit Projects Grant Project Ordinance.
   The Board approved application for the grant on March 1, 2010. Harnett County Planning
   Department, in conjunction with Harnett County Parks & Recreation Department, proposes to
   undertake development and installation of a pedestrian trail system located at Harnett Central
   Middle & High Schools and Neill’s Creek Park. This program will be funded through the
   CAMPO project monies. This program will involve the use of $66,313; $53,050 of which will
   be reimbursed through STP-DA funds. The remaining non-reimbursed funds are a required 20
   % local match.

5. The Finance Department requested approval of the Harnett Regional Airport, Airport Overlay
   Zoning District Capital Project Ordinance. The county will allocate $16,667 and get back
   $150,000. Commissioner Burgin confirmed this approval was to allocate fund so that the County
   could receive funds back.

6. The Finance Department requests approval of the Harnett Regional Airport, Runway
   Reimbursement Capital Project Ordinance. The county will allocate $11,770 and receive in
   grant reimbursement $105,930. Commissioner Burgin confirmed this approval was to allocate
   fund so that the County could receive funds back.

7. Cooperative Extension requested permission to accept a one-time bonus given to the Adolescent
   Parenting Coordinator for a five month period.

8. William Dan Andrews, Chairman of the Agricultural Committee requested two proposed text
   amendments to the Harnett County Agricultural District Ordinance.

   Under Article VII Certification and Qualification of Farmland, add "unless the incorporated area
   has adopted the Harnett County Voluntary Agricultural District Ordinance. " to the end of the
   current number 4. When changed, it will read "Be located in the unincorporated area of Harnett
   County, unless the incorporated area has adopted the Harnett County Voluntary Agricultural
   District Ordinance."

   The second ammendment will be under Article X Condemnation Public Hearings. Add these
   two sentences to the end of number 6 "The final report will also be submitted to the Harnett
   County Board of Commissioners. Final reports involving districts in incorporated areas which
   have adopted the Voluntary Agricultural District Ordinance will be sent to the decision making
   body responsible for that particular incorporated area." When changed, it will read " After the
   ten (10) day period for public comment has expired, the Advisory Board shall submit a final
   report containing all of its findings and recommendations regarding the proposed action to the
   decision making body of the agency proposing the acquisition. The final report will also be
   submitted to the Harnett County Board of Commissioners. Final reports involving districts in
   incorporated areas which have adopted the Voluntary Agricultural District Ordinance will be
   sent to the decision making body responsible for that particular incorporated area."
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   9. The County Engineer requested approval of the Beaver Control Services Agreement which will
      start Phase 1 of the Riverside Community Drainage Project. The agreement may not exceed
      $49,056.

Chairman McNeill opened the floor for informal comments by the public.

Barry Blevins, Program Administrator for the Harnett County Central Permitting & Community
Development, reported that he would soon be called again to serve in the military for several months and
thanked the Board and the Administration for their continued support. He also noted and thanked
Donna Johnson, who will be handling his duties while he is away.

Commissioner House moved to approve the appointments listed below. Commissioner Andrews
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.

       Triangle South Workforce Development Board
       Scott Daniel (nominated by Commissioner Andrews) reappointed for a term of four years which
       will expire October 31, 2013.
       Paul Polinski (nominated by Commissioner Andrews) appointed for a term of two years which
       will expire May 31, 2012

       Anderson Creek Senior Center Advisory Commission
       Phyllis Taylor, Flora Weeks, Fred Wise, Thad Strickland and Judy Perleberg (nominated by Vice
       Chairman Hill) reappointed for a term of three years which will expire February 28, 2013

       Harnett County Agricultural Board – Voluntary Agriculture Districts
       William Dan Andrews, (nominated by Commissioner Andrews) reappointed for a term of three
       years.
       Brent Royal (nominated by Commissioner Andrews) reappointed for a term of two years
       John E. Parker (nominated by Commissioner Andrews) reappointed for a term of one year

Bill Boggs with BEC, Benefit Services & Design, Inc., presented material for employee benefits
discussion including:
        Group Medical Plan 2010 Renewal/Bid Summary between BCBS and NCACC
        Dental Premium and Benefit Analysis
        Group Life Premium Analysis and Group/Voluntary Life Benefits Analysis

Commissioners postponed any decision/selection and will continue employee benefits discussions.

Phyllis Owens, Director of Econonmic Development, addressed the Board regarding an application for
Economic Development Incentives and approval of a proposed Resolution To Enter Into Economic
Development Incentive Agreement.


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Mrs. Owens introduced Old Castle Adams Products representatives Colin Clampett, President; Butch
Hardy, Executive Vice President Sales and Todd Ring, Vice President Finance

Mrs. Owens reported Old Castle APG South, Inc., doing business as Oldcastle Adams Products
hereinafter Old Castle Adams Products is a North Carolina corporation with its principal place of
business located in Morrisville, NC; that in 2006 after working with the Harnett County Economic
Development Department, Old Castle Adams Products decided to locate and operate a manufacturing
plant facility in Harnett County with the intent to apply for the County’s economic development
incentives. On May 8, 2007, Old Castle Adams Products purchased a 42.17 acre tract in the Edgerton
Industrial Park II in Harnett County, NC and subsequent thereto constructed an industrial facility which
in January 2009 became operational in the manufacture and marketing of concrete masonry units. In
developing and operating its manufacturing facility in Harnett County, Old Castle Adams Products
established a 2009 tax base listing with the County on its manufacturing facility in the amount of
$15,318,228; that in addition Old Castle Adams Products has created 30 new jobs at this facility with an
average per job annual payroll of $40,038. Based upon Old Castle Adams Products’ location of a new
manufacturing facility in Harnett County, the establishment of a tax base, and the creation of thirty jobs,
the County is willing to appropriate certain incentives in the form of ad valorem tax refunds to Old
Castle Adams Products pursuant to the provisions of N.C. General Statutes 158-7.1 which allows
counties to make appropriations for the purpose of aiding and encouraging the location and/or expansion
of manufacturing enterprises and industrial plants in the County. The County and Oldcastle Adams
Products have negotiated an economic development incentive package which includes an incentive to be
paid to Oldcastle Adams in the form of an eighty percent (80%) refund of County ad valorem taxes paid
over a possible five (5) year period depending on the continued level of capital investment expended by
Old Castle Adams Products as a basis for ad valorem taxes, that an instrument entitled Economic
Development Incentive Agreement between the County and Old Castle Adams Products which is
attached to this resolution as exhibit “A” has been prepared for agreement between the parties to comply
with the general statutes and a public hearing must be held.

Chairman McNeill called to order a public hearing on the matter and opened the meeting for comments
from the public. There being no comments, Chairman McNeill closed the public hearing.

Commissioner Burgin moved to approve the Resolution to Enter Into Economic Development Incentive
Agreement with Oldcastle APG South, Inc. which authorized Chairman Timothy B. McNeill to sign the
incentive package. The motion was seconded by Vice Chairman Hill and passed unanimously.
(Attachment 3)

Mark Locklear, Planning Manager, petitioned the Board for a proposed text amendment to the Harnett
County Zoning Ordinance. The request made was in regards to Applicant: Harnett County Planning
Department, Article VI, Zoning Districts and Regulations, Section 11.3 Use Regulations. The proposed

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amendment will correct an error made in a previously approved amendment which changed the intent of
the manufactured home design regulations. The Planning Board reviewed the proposed amendment
May 3, 2010 and unanimously recommended approval.

Chairman McNeill called to order a public hearing on the matter and opened the meeting for comments
from the public. There being no comments, Chairman McNeill closed the public hearing.
Commissioner Burgin moved to approve the proposed text amendments; seconded by Commissioner
Andrews the motion passed unanimously. (Attachment 4)

Mark Locklear, Planning Manager, petitioned the Board for a proposed text amendment to the Harnett
County Zoning Ordinance. The request made was in regards to Applicant: Barbara K. Marchion, Article
VI, Zoning Districts and Regulations, Section 11.0 Use & Structures Regulations. Applicant proposes
that vehicle sales be allowed in an Industrial Zoning District. The Planning Board reviewed proposed
amendments May 3, 2010, and voted three to two to recommend approval of the request to allow car
sales lots as a conditional use in the Light Industrial Zoning District. Ms. Wood and Ms. Webb opposed
the motion. The motion passed.

Chairman McNeill called to order a public hearing on the matter and opened the meeting for comments
from the public. There being no comments, Chairman McNeill closed the public hearing.
Commissioner Andrews moved to approve the staff recommendation for proposed text amendment.
Commissioner Burgin seconded the motion which passed unanimously. (Attachment 5)

Mr. Tyler Bray, P.E., gave a presentation and overview of the Draft Harnett County Comprehensive
Transportation Plan. Mr. Bray noted the long-rang transportation plan provides recommendations on
how to handle any traffic deficiencies in the County through 2035. Mr. Bray said the information
gathered shows Harnett County is growing and in need of substantial infrastructure.

Mr. Sauer gave the County Manager’s 2010-2011 FY Budget Presentation noting there was something
in the proposed budget for everyone to take issue with. He announced the public hearing on the
proposed budget is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 7:00 pm. He also announced the
Board of Commissioners would hold budget work sessions the week of May 24, 2010 in hopes of
adopting a budget on June 7, 2010. Mr. Sauer presented the following:

                    HARNETT COUNTY FISCAL YEAR 2010 - 2011 PROPOSED DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET SUMMARY


                                    Fiscal Year       Fiscal Year      Fiscal Year      Fiscal Year       Increase/
                                   2009 - 2010       2009 - 2010       2010 - 2011      2010 - 2010    (Decrease) over
                                     Original          Adjusted       Department      Budget Officer     current year
                                      Budget            Budget          Request       Recommended      Original Budget
GOVERNING BODY                    $     274,354     $     368,637    $     349,589    $     249,217    $      (25,137)
ADMINISTRATION                          306,059           332,371          423,438          217,118    $      (88,941)
LEGAL SERVICES                          220,135           220,135          256,302          143,578    $      (76,557)
HUMAN RESOURCES                         302,904           313,014          405,782          285,667    $      (17,237)
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                            Fiscal Year    Fiscal Year    Fiscal Year      Fiscal Year        Increase/
                            2009 - 2010    2009 - 2010   2010 - 2011      2010 - 2010      (Decrease) over
                              Original      Adjusted     Department      Budget Officer      current year
                              Budget         Budget        Request       Recommended       Original Budget
FINANCE                         705,296        676,653         785,978          728,803    $        23,507
INSURANCE-RETIREES              266,606         15,509               -                 -   $     (266,606)
CLERK OF COURT                   74,967         76,167          83,058           56,637    $      (18,330)
TAX                           1,797,477      1,812,478       1,855,174        1,621,740    $     (175,737)
GENERAL SERVICES                495,282        495,728         694,602          482,891    $      (12,391)
TRANSPORTATION                1,064,743        976,378       1,166,044        1,162,454    $        97,711
PUBLIC BUILDINGS              3,159,681      3,177,051       3,974,081        3,029,685    $     (129,996)
REGISTER OF DEEDS               615,230        617,630         645,854          646,344    $        31,114
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY        1,188,434      1,216,818       1,406,873        1,263,442    $        75,008
GIS                             468,863        468,863         471,247          466,348    $        (2,515)
SHERIFF'S                     7,899,323      8,017,999       9,300,019        8,160,914    $      261,591
CAMPBELL DEPUTIES               377,135        377,135         441,377          448,426    $        71,291
HARNETT CJPP                     64,492        103,048         104,653          104,653    $        40,161
SHERIFF DEPARTMENT GRANTS              -       193,527               -                 -   $             -
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT        27,008         71,962          70,444           70,386    $        43,378
GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY              -             -               -                 -   $             -
COMMUNICATIONS                1,185,621      1,204,877       1,287,556        1,284,292    $        98,671
GANG RESISTANCE EDUCATION              -             -               -                 -   $             -
JAIL                          4,035,282      4,075,277       4,338,482        4,188,463    $      153,181
EMERGENCY SERVICES              707,802        693,709         942,802          737,966    $        30,164
EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANT               -         2,000               -                 -   $             -
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE     5,782,714      5,923,652       7,429,216        6,052,402    $      269,688
EMS TRANSPORT                 1,328,173      1,359,663       1,808,529        1,389,323    $        61,150
ANIMAL CONTROL                  450,323        458,599         491,570          457,279    $         6,956
MEDICAL EXAMINER                 40,000         40,000               -           40,000    $             -
PUBLIC SAFETY APPROP.           100,374        219,592         114,303          114,303    $        13,929
EMERG TELEPHONE SYSTEM          288,037        288,037         322,668          280,967    $        (7,070)
RADIO SYSTEM                    257,733        257,733         291,272          241,272    $      (16,461)
HARNETT REGIONAL JETPORT        158,268        158,268         161,439          150,288    $        (7,980)
SOIL & WATER                    183,191        183,191         184,572          172,810    $      (10,381)
ENVIROMENTAL PROT. ALLOC           4,000         4,000          54,306            4,000    $             -
FORESTRY PROGRAM                107,541        107,541         107,721          107,721    $           180
ECONOMIC/PHYS. DEV. APP.        850,000      1,322,309       1,405,000        1,380,000    $      530,000
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT        1,732,073      1,732,073       1,807,740        1,655,286    $      (76,787)
PLANNING & INSPECTIONS        1,522,897      1,548,863       1,707,271        1,608,633    $        85,736
COOPERATIVE EXTENSION           454,009        458,012         474,201          438,298    $      (15,711)
CCR&R - BLOCK GRANT              18,334         50,241          54,901           12,500    $        (5,834)
CCR&R - UNITED WAY                   898         8,814           6,858            2,000    $         1,102
SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS               8,619         8,619               -                 -   $        (8,619)
PARENTS AS TEACHERS (SS)         65,230        263,298         247,958           65,824    $           594
TEENS AS PARENTS (DD&P)          23,254        143,333          86,997           31,875    $         8,621
ADOLESCENT PARENTING             11,884         51,805          50,861           15,000    $         3,116
RAISING A READER                 11,089         47,722          30,428           11,951    $           862
QUALITY ENHANCEMENT              43,702        234,899         165,320           64,084    $        20,382
WORKFORCE DEV/JOB LINK          434,435        442,133               -                 -   $     (434,435)
DEPT ON AGING                   106,212        131,061         153,143          152,251    $        46,039
FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT         55,249         56,179          64,796           64,796    $         9,547
RSVP                             94,371        101,586         103,236          101,477    $         7,106
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                                           Fiscal Year      Fiscal Year       Fiscal Year        Fiscal Year        Increase/
                                           2009 - 2010      2009 - 2010      2010 - 2011        2010 - 2010      (Decrease) over
                                             Original        Adjusted        Department        Budget Officer      current year
                                             Budget           Budget           Request         Recommended       Original Budget
VOLUNTEER CENTER                                33,415           33,415             36,763             36,007    $         2,592
NUTRITION FOR ELDERLY                          394,867          377,332            412,450            411,195    $        16,328
HEALTH                                       6,737,961        7,367,686          7,268,895          7,162,107    $       424,146
MENTAL HEALTH                                  205,679          205,679            199,679            205,679    $             -
SOCIAL SERVICES                              8,475,787        8,496,021          9,839,943          9,634,711    $     1,158,924
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE                            8,908,314        9,610,114          8,267,869          8,267,869    $     (640,445)
VETERANS SERVICES                              165,475          165,475            172,943            169,183    $         3,708
RESTITUTION                                     97,777          109,939            115,686            110,608    $        12,831
ONE-ON-ONE                                            -               -                  -                   -   $             -
HUMAN SERVICES APPROP.                         201,271          201,271            177,000            175,000    $       (26,271)
LIBRARY                                        987,628        1,023,304          1,135,546          1,091,088    $       103,460
CULTURAL & REC APPROP.                         216,000          232,616            225,000            232,000    $        16,000
PARKS & RECREATION                             456,634          456,634            493,571            416,915    $       (39,719)
EDUCATION
   Education - Current Expense              19,605,957       19,605,957        23,075,357         20,288,004     $      682,047
   Education - Capital Outlay                2,065,000        2,065,000          282,100            282,100      $   (1,782,900)
   Fines & Forfeitures                                                                                           $            -
   CCCC - Current Expense                     613,109          613,109           668,226            650,226      $       37,117
   CCCC - Capital Outlay                             -           15,211          245,700              75,500     $       75,500
INTERFUND TRANSFERS                           236,788          350,393             16,667             16,667     $     (220,121)
DEBT SERVICE                                12,034,926       12,034,926        12,370,707         12,370,707     $      335,781
CONTINGENCY                                   514,650          263,842           200,000            200,000      $     (314,650)

               Total                      $ 102,077,280    $105,136,001     $ 112,317,145      $ 102,542,034     $      464,754


                        HARNETT COUNTY FISCAL YEAR 2010 - 2011 PROPOSED GENERAL FUND REVENUE BUDGET SUMMARY


                                           Fiscal Year       Fiscal Year       Fiscal Year       Fiscal Year        Increase/
                                           2009 - 2010       2009 - 2010      2010 - 2011       2010 - 2011      (Decrease) over
                                             Original         Adjusted        Department       Budget Officer      current year
                                             Budget            Budget           Request        Recommended       Original Budget
AD VALOREM TAXES                          $ 50,779,070      $ 50,779,070     $ 54,839,683      $ 51,088,417      $      309,347
SALES TAX                                     12,858,228       12,858,228        13,339,494         13,339,494            481,266
OTHER TAXES                                      925,000          925,000          1,000,000         1,000,000             75,000
PERMITS & FEES                                1,979,516        1,993,316         2,452,531         2,454,131            474,615
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                    19,276,417       21,807,395        19,425,859        19,692,359            415,942
SALES & SERVCES                               8,609,119        8,603,619         7,465,722         7,818,222           (790,897)
OTHER REVENUES                                1,203,197        1,304,480         1,164,137         1,165,637            (37,560)
RENTS, CONCESSIONS & FEES                       323,432          323,432            92,748           111,193           (212,239)
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES                               -                -                  -                 -                  -
INTERFUND TRANSFERS                             634,776        1,396,883           400,000           400,000           (234,776)
FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED                     5,488,525        5,144,578         2,232,867         5,472,581            (15,944)

               Total                      $ 102,077,280     $105,136,001     $ 102,413,041     $ 102,542,034         ($2,593,967)




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In addition to the proposed budget, Mr. Sauer also presented the following reports:
             Veteran Affairs April Activity Report
             Municipal Animal Control Monthly Activity Report
             Landfill Billing Report for April

Chairman McNeill called for new business. Commissioner Burgin requested a list of county vehicles
being driven home by county employees. He also inquired about progress establishing a Harnett County
Endowment Fund.

Vice-Chairman Hill moved to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Burgin seconded the motion and the
meeting adjourned at 8:26 pm.


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Timothy B. McNeill, Chairman                                Margaret Regina Wheeler, Clerk




                                                                   Harnett County Board of Commissioners
                                                                   May 17, 2010 Regular Meeting Minutes
                                                                                            Page 10 of 10

								
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