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					            Washington

                                                    Whatcom County
    Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2003




                                                         Executive’s
                                                          2011-2012
                                                             Budget
                                                          Pete Kremen, County Executive




This Report Prepared and Published by the Whatcom
     County Administrative Services Department
                   Finance Office

                   June 2004




              Volume 2
                Department
                 Budgets
                         Administrative Services - Administration

1.    To maintain clear communication with AS Managers through weekly progress meetings.

2.    To maximize service delivery to alldepartments through cooperation and coordination with
      AS Managers.

3.    To develop a.nd adopt new administrative policies & procedures that clarifu expectations
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      and emphasize consistency of whatcom öounty       woit peformãnôe.
4'    To track currentComTultty Development Block Grants and evaluate the County's
      involvement in expanded u-se of the'se grants.

5.    To administer the Whatcom County Economic Development lnvestment program.

6.    To plan for future space ¡eç99, including potential land and building purchases as well as
      consolidation of current facilities.

7.    To make contracts available to all departments through the use of LaserFiche.

8.    To implement Climate Protection and Energy Conservation Program creating cost savings
      through energy reduction.

I'    T-o.jpnlovg efficient use of county resources by integrating more cost saving strategies
      within the budget process.

10.   To ensure contract compliance through contract monitoring efforts.

11'   To encourage improve.ment of go.unty wide services and greater efficiency in the utilization
      or counry resources whtte max¡mizing currenfly available technologies.

12. To oversee the financial   integrity of Whatcom County.

13. To Establish county wide "Plain Talk" lnitiative to encourage                --
                                                               greater understanding of
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      written and spoken communication with internaland exteinaicuüórnerõ.




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               Administrative Services - Facilities Management

1.                                     reviews of all County facilities on a dailv basis and
                                       ,_repairs and/or modifications. Facilities will also bã
                                       Security Guards for the County.

2.
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3.   Facilities will endeavor to make the reductions in custodial services as painless as possible
     by educating County staff.

4.                                 n annual basis for Facilities Management staff for procedures
                                   o emergency situations: which utillties to turn of aird which
                                   evacuate facilities, what agencies to notifo. Facilities will bé
                                   g Wardens.

     Continue to work with all County departments to coordinate all remodel and construction
     projects as requests and needs aris'e.




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                        Administrative Services - Finance

1.   Update the Budget Preparation system.

2.   lmplement Electronic Timekeeping system.

3.   Evaluate J.D. Edwards lmaging system for streamlining Accounts payable.

4.   Update Budget Document format.

5.   Update Quarterly Report format.




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                  Administrative Services - Human Resources

1.   ldentifo and implemen-t changes to improve & streamline HR operations for better customer
     service with fewer staffing hours.

2.   !Vgr\ yitlt department-leaders. on plans to maintain critical knowledge and increased skills
     in light of reduced staffing and organizational changes.

     Provide priority s.uperuisory and leadership training and support to achieve performance
     and product¡v¡ty ¡mprovements.

4.   Complete ne-gotiations of expired collective bargaining agreements as applicable:
       ?. Sheriffs Support (Tea'msters)
       b. Ferry (lBU\MMP)
     Negoti                        g agreements which expire 12t31111:
       a.
       b.

6.                                                  hich expire 12131112:




7.   Conduct fequest fgr P¡oposal process or negotiate renewals with outside contractors:
       a. Self-lnsured Medical Plan Benefits Coñsultant
       b. Self-lnsured Medical Plan Administrator
       c. Self-lnsured Medical Plan Re-insurance
       d. Self-lnsured Workers' Compensation program Re-insurance
       e. Direct Reimbursement Dental Plan Administrator
       f. Employee Assistance Program Provider
       g. Section 125 PlanAdministrator
8.   Admin                                                outside contractors:
      a.                                                   401a1
      b.
      c.                                                   for LEOFF I long-term care situations




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9.    Reduce legal liability through prompt and effective investigation of complaints and
      workplace issues.

10.   Further.develop approaches for containing rate of increase for employee benefits and
      streamline programs.

11.   lmprove self-help and on-line resources for internal and external customers.

12.   Redraft personnel administrative policies. a1d p¡.oge_dures to incorporate changes dictated
      by law and county business needb in plain en(¡tisn format.

13.   complete records management system for Human Resources division.




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                  Administrative Services - lnformation Tech

1'      Maintain core information technology infrastructure during challenging financial times.

2.      lmprove desktop computer life cycle management.

3.      lmplement standardized software installation using automated "push" technology.

4-      Increase efficiency of enterprise data backups while maintaining data integrity and
        recoverability.

5.      lmplement lnventory Module of Service Desk Ticket System and provide departments with
        regular reports.

6.      Evaluate current Web limitations and architecture. Develop and follow a plan to modernize
        the current Web with available resources.

7   '   Perform hardware_an!
                             ¡gftware upgrade 9{.cou¡tv;wide document imaging system
        (LaserFiche) and maximize use of tl¡s existing teóhnoiogy.

8.      Expand on-line services to increase government efficiency.

9.      Assist departments with information (data) management.

10. ld""J,g]!d,*fPy^1c_o-u¡!v-wile standard Web application          foronline submissions by
    cmzens and Þustness partners to various departments.

11.     9fl,ly,"^1_ty¡qg,rt of implementation of newAssessor/Treasurer system and key
        tntegrattons to other county business systems.

12. support implementation      of county-wide electronic timekeeping system.

13'     9omplete lo-cal.agency data sharing service point additions to the Law and Justice Data
        lntegration Projedt.

14'     Support the Sheriff's Ofüce and other criminaljustice agencies in the replacement of aging
        records management systems.




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15'   Meet with each department a.nnually to review current projects and services, discuss future
      technology needs and establish priórities.

16.   þPlement^citiz-en access to on-line geographic information system maps via the
      PropefiACCESS module of the Ass-essör ireasuréi éyèiem.

17.   Develop best records management practices for Electronically Stored lnformation (ESl).

18'   Research and develop proposal for replacement of aging phone and voice mail systems.

19.   Develop new S-year county-wide lnformation Technology strategic plan

20.   Assist in developing analysis and options for court related e-filing system




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Administrative Services Expenditure Trends


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                                                        Page 8
 Administrative Services Expenditure Summary

                                        Actual 200     Actual                              Budget                      Budget
                                                                         Actual
                                                                                            2010           2011         2012
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FU N D
 AS-Administration
    Salaries & Wages                       188,859        214,389           189,663         253,536        148,582      148,582
    Benefits                                63,100         79,680            61,600          91,464         52,287       57,726
    Supplies                                 3,306          3,682             1,205           5,250          4,150        4,150
    Professional Services                    6,646         14,993             9,9s0          20,1 00        10,100      10,100
    Building Maintenance Fees
                                                                                                             4,861       4,861
    Other Services & Charges                 8,904         11,809             6,336           15,258        18,657      18,657
    Residual Equity Transfers                                                               500,000
 Total AS-Ad mi nistrati on                270,815        324,553           268,754         885,608       238,637      244.076
 Percent           from Previous Year        74.1o/o        19.8o/o          -17.2o/o        229.5%         -73.1o/o       2.3o/o
 AS-Finance
   Salaries & Wages                        728,362        769,313           759,052         837,889       793,833      805,877
    Benefits                               259,061        272,344           291,968         311,494       298,698      331,045
   Supplies                                 28,351         30,329            22,187          33,366        29,250       29,250
   Professional Services                   200,108        216,654           254,383         257,456       230,800      230,800
   Building Maintenance Fees                24,466         25,260            25,907          27,270        26,186       26,186
   Other Services & Charges                124,911        136,279           143,856         340,066       339,840      339,840
    CapitalOutlay                               92
   Debt Service                             19,447         18,289            18,639
Total AS-Finance                         1,384.798      1,468,468         1,515,992        1,807,541     1,718,607
Percent          ftom Previous Year          13.1o/o            6.0o/o            3.2o/o       19.2o/o       -4.9o/o      2.60/o
AS-Human Resources
   Salaries & Wages                       457,538         484,501          474,272          574,905       458,261      458,264
   Benefits                                162,357       194,595            193,099         217,437       182,061      199,483
   Supplies                                 12,123         13,594             6,142           8,808        10,075       10,075
   Professional Services                   125,352        105,711           85,606           93,O42        92,075       92,075
   Building Maintenance Fees                20,415        21,077            21,615           22,754        21,849       21,849
   Other Services & Charges                 46,421        34,430            1s,265           37,562        27,3'lO      27,310
Total AS-Human Resources                  824,206        853,908           795,999          954,508       791,631      809,056




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Administrative Services Expenditure Summary

                                      Actual                                          Budget             Budget         Budget
                                                                      Actual
                                                                                       2010               2011           2012
AS-Workers Compensation
  Professional Services                  420,889 428,747 380,693 439,000 498,850                                         500,793
     other services &    charges         sss,393 oos,049 67s,746 71 ,000 6g1,1s0         1                               679,207
7^¡^'     ô trt^-t----
TotalAS-Workers
        ^                                976,282 i,0s3,796 1,060,439 1,150,000 1,180,000                               1,180,000
Percent          from Previous Year       -23.4Vo           12.0o/o        -3.0%             8   4o/o        2.6%           O.Oo/o
AS-Health lnsurance
   Salaries & Wages                                                                                        25,000         25,000
   Professional Services                 312,251          324,783        302,748      403,693             343,000        361,630
   Other Services & Charges            3,905,319        5,161,020      4,938,348     6,219,O70          6,461.842      7,099,953
Total AS-Health I nsurance             4,217            5,485,803      5,241,096     6,622,763                         7,486,583
Percent          from Previous Year            8.8o/o       30j%           -4.5o/o       26.4o/o             3.10/o         9.6%
AS-Self lnsurance Other
   Salaries & Wages                        1,297            6,798
   Benefits                                  134              689
   Supplies                                9,447            5,744          2,141
   Professional Services                  60,459           45,649         41,822       69,798             63,798          63,798
   Other Services & Charges               19,922           57,378         87,878      200,000            265,071        273,855
Total AS-Self lnsurance Other                             116,258        131,841      269,798            328,869        337,653
Percent Change from Previous Year              6.7o/o       27.4o/o        13.4o/o      104.60/o            21 .9o/o        2.7o/o
AS-lnformation Technology
   Salaries & Wages                    1,262,436        1,357,197      1,488,647     1,749,260          1,576,271      1,539,494
   Benefits                              435,171          517,181        569,845       675,726            584,107        617,566
  Supplies                              613,047          601,401         330,664       319,053           317,389         317,389
   Professional Services                236,514          300,279         419,376       869,352           475,156         272,371
   Building Maintenance Fees             94,397           96,732         102,726      108,141             94,991          94,991
  Other Services & Charges               148,781         130,041         136,059      200,030            191,980        191 ,980
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs          9,889                                       20,000
  CapitalOutlay                          329,548          215,922         82,141      123,000            126,000        126,000
   Operating Transfers                       162           62,444         20,000
Total AS-l nformation T,               3,129,945        3.281,197      3,149,458     4,064.562          3,365,894      3,159,791
Percent Chanoe from Previous Year              8.1o/"        4.8o/o        -4.O%         29.1%             -17.2o/o        -6.1o/o




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 Administrative Services Expenditure Summary

                                               Actual 200                                       Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                                Actual           Actual 200
                                                                                                 2010           2011         2012
 AS-Property Appraisal
   Professional Services                                                                            7,010         7,010         7,010
 TotalAS                                                                                            7,O10         7,010         7,010
 Percent          from Previous Year                                     0 0To                       0.0%          0.0o/o          0.ÙVo
 AS-Facilities Management
   Salaries & Wages                             1,036,198        1,088,304          962,648     1.041,954      928,454       931,502
    Benefits                                      431,239          461,400          428,306       472,514       408,781      436,819
   Supplies                                       293,935          267,620          205,199       238,640      234,510       234,513
    Professional Services                         429,334          246,995          195,744       226,492      315,492       337,992
    Building Maintenance Fees                       3,330            3,438
   Other Services & Charges                     1,766,864        1,658,613        1,490,225     1,318,971     1,309,951     1,309,951
    lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                 18,7s3           18,347           11,068         7,710        10,000        10,000
    CapitalOutlay                                    30J28         260,576            5,315
    Debt Service                                                                                  21,000
    Operating Transfers                             290,700        290,083          294,58s      354,881       296,583       293,933
    Residual Equity Transfers                        56,305
 Total AS-Facilities                            4,356,786                ,376     3,593,090     3,682J62      3,503,771     3,554,710
 Percent           from Previous Year                 12.2%          -1 .4o/o        -163%           2.5o/o       -4.8%            1.5o/o
 AS-TR&R
    Supplies                                        242,064        303,534          119,13s
    Professional Services                                                            80,000
    Other Services & Charges                          2,757          5,007            1,198
    Capital                                                         66,906                       400,000       400,000       400,000
 TotalAS-TR&R                                       244,821        375,447          200,333                    400,000       400
 Percent Change from Previous Year                   -23.0o/o        53.4o/o         -46.60/0       99.7o/o        O.Oo/o          0.Oo/o
 AS-BR&R
    Other Services & Charges                                        10,582
              Transfers                                                1,075,303   410,657
 TotalAS-BR&R                                                 10,582   1,075,303   410,657
 Percent          from Previous Year                 o.0%       0.0%    10061.6%     -61 .8o/o -100.0%   -100.0%
TOTAL ADM I N I STRATIVE SERVIC ES      FUND   15,496,482 17,305,388 17,032,305 20.254.609 18,364,261 18,941.877
 Percent          from Previous Year                 7.3o/o    11.7o/o                18.9o/o    -9.3%      3.1o/o




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 Administrative Services Expenditure Summary

                                              Actual 2007 Actual                                                      Budget
                                                                               Actual   2
                                                                                                  2010                 2011           2012
324 R.E.E.T.IIFUND
    Supplies                                                                        4,724              1,284
    Professional Services                            8,268           9,374        160,693         549,827               38,200
    Other Services & Charges                        26,449         35,389          27j86            3,525              141,800
    CapitalOutlay                                  155,717        296,893         427,949       2,789,935              813,800
              Transfers                             34,248         34,365       3,236,722         308,430            1,575,000      1.277.000
 Total R.E.E.T. ll Fund                                           376,021       3,857,274       3,653,001            2,568,800      1,277,000
 Percent           from Previous Year                 63.7o/o        67.4o/o       925.80Â             -5.3o/o          -29.7o/o       -50.3%
326 R.E.E.T.I FUND
    Salaries & Wages                                                                                                    18,476         19,180
    Benefits                                                                                                             6,861          7,683
    Professional Services                           13,813        666,960         191,744        462,009
    Other Services & Charges                       214,858         90,560                         1   19,838            45,000         18,979
    lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                  88,312
    CapitalOutlay                                                  51,263         179,702       1,357,360
    Debt Service                                                                   22,500          45,000
              Transfers                        1   ,180,700      1,206,300      1,604,040       1,994,468            1,326,241       316,317
 Total R.E.E.T. I Fund                         1,497,683         2,015,083      1,997,986                            1,396,578       362,159
                                                                                                        ,675
 Percent           from Previous Year                -33.3o/o        34.5o/o        -0.8o/o            99.1   o/o
                                                                                                                        -64.9o/o       -74.1o/o
333 JAIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FUND
    Professional Services                             1,118
    Other Services & Charges                           921
    CapitalOutlay                                  120.162
    Residual Equity Transfers                                                     169,824
 Total Jail Construction        Fund               122,201                        169,824
                  from Previous Year                 -98.4o/o          .Oo/o            0.0%                              0.ÙVo          0
TOTAL AD M I N I STRATIV E S ERV I CES FUND   17.341.048        19,696,492     23,057,389      27,886,285           22,329,639     20,581,036
 Percent          from Previous Year                 -29.3o/o        13.6%          17.1o/o            20.9%            -19.9o/o        -7.8Yo




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Administrative Services Budget by Program



     AS-Self lnsurance
          Other
          1.86%
                                                  AS-Property
                                                   Appraisal
                                                     0.04%


                                                 AS-Facilities
                                                 Management
                                                    18.08%




                                                  R.E.E.T.    I

                                                    0.32o/o




                                            AS-Administration
                                                 1.35o/o




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Administrative Services Program Summary
                                                                                            Budget        Budget        Budget
                                           Actual 2007 Actual              Actual   2
                                                                                              2010            2011       2012
OPERATIONS
      ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FU ND
              AS-Administration                  270,814      324,553         268,755        385,608        238,637       244,076
              AS-Finance                       1,384,706    1,468,469       1,515,993      1,807,541      1,718,607     1,762,998
              AS-Human Resources                 824,206      853,908         795,997        954,508          791,631     809,056
              AS-Workers Compensation            976,283    1,093,796       1,060,438      1,150,000      1,180,000     1,180,000
              AS-Health lnsurance              4,217,570    5,485,802       5,241,097      6,622,763      6,829.842     7,486,583
              AS-Self nsurance Other
                 I                                91,258      116,258         131,841        269,798        328,869       337,653
              AS-lnformation Technology        2,800,235    3,002,830       3,047,317      3,941,561      3,239,894     3,033,791
              AS-Property Appraisal                                                            7,010          7,010         7,010
              AS-Facilities Management         3,979,655    3,744,716       3,293,189      3,327,281      3,207,188     3,260,777
              AS-TR&R                            244,821        308,541       200,333
              AS-BR&R                                            10,582
      324 R.E.E.T.II FUND                        34,717          44,763       192,603        554,637          180,000
      326 R.E.E.T.IFUND                         316,983         757,520       214,244        626,847           70,337      45 842
      333 JAIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FUND          2,039
                       Operations
Total Administrative Seruices              1   5,143,287   17   ,211,738   15,961   ,807   19,647   ,SS4 17,792,01s 19,167/96
CAPITAL
      ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FUND
              AS-Finance                             92
              AS-l nformation Technology        329,548         215,922 82,141 123,000                        126,00;    126,00;
              AS-Facilities Management           30,128         260,576 s,315
              AS-TR&R                                            66,906      - 400,000                        400,000    400,000
      324 R.E.E.T.II FUND                       155,717         296,893 427,949        2,789,93s              813,800
      326 R.E.E.T.I FUND                                         51,263_      179,702_ 1,357,360                                    _

      333 JAIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FUND        120,162
Total Administrative Services Capital           635,647 891,560 695,107 4,670,295 1,339,800                              526,000




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Adm i n istrative Services Program Summary

                                         Actual          Actual                                Budget
                                                                      Actual
                                                                                    2010        2011        2012
TRANSFERS
    ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FU N D
           AS-Administration                                                   -    s00,000
           AS-l nformation Technology             162        62,444       20,000
           AS-Facilities Management           347,005       290,083      294,585    354,881     ,nu,ura     293,933
           AS-BR&R                                                     1,075,303    410,657
    324 R.E.E.T.IIFUND                         34,248        34,365    3,236,722     308,430   1,575,000   1,277,O00
    326 R.E.E.T.IFUND                     1   ,180,700    1,206,300    1,604,040   1,994,468   1,326,241    316,317
    333 JAIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FUND                                   169,824
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TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES     FUND   17,341,049 19,696,490 ZS,OS7,388 27,886,285 22,329,639 20581036
             from Previous Year




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Administrative Services Funding Sources


                                       1.15%                                                                                 2011           2012
                                               Space & Parking               \dmin. Service Allocation                5,058,70C        5,210,464
                                                   Rentals
                                                                             ntergovernmental Revenues                  200,00c                0
                                                   1.27o/o
                                                                             3ustodial Maint. Charoe                  3.143.731        3,143.731
                                                              Transfers      )opier Rentals                             300,000          300.00c
                                                                 1.96%       nterfund lnsurance                       9,992,2U        10,657,80S
                                                                             Vail                                       230.00c         230,00c
                                                                             Space & Parkinq Rentals                    253.722         253.722
                                                             Miscellaneous   Iransfers                                  413.143         371.637
                                                              Revenues       Viscellaneous Revenues                     144,300          144.30C
                                                                 0.72o/o
                                                                             =und Balance*                            1,943,8651     (2,143,877
                                                                             l-otal Fundino                          17,792015        18.167.78€


                                                                             *Fund
                                                                                     Balance is not included in the chart.




   Copier Rentals
       1.50%


                    Custodial Maint.
                        Charge
                        15.70%




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Administrative Services Revenue Summary

                                                                                                 Budget           Budget             Budget
                                              Actual          Actual   2      Actual   2
                                                                                                   2010               2011               2012
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FUND
     AS-Administration
      Charges for Services                                         7,581                               35,250
       Miscellaneous                                               7,400
      Other Financing Sources                     35,860          40,171          22,185               23,556
     Total AS-Ad mi nistration                    35,860               152        22,185               58,806
     Percent Change from Previous Year              0.0%           53.8%          -59.8%               165.1o/o       -100.0%               0.0o/o
     AS-Finance
       Miscellaneous                             274,514         271,932         284,680          300,000             300,000            300,000
      Other Financinq Sources                     22,838          19,722
      TotalAS-Finance                            297,352         291,654         284,680          300,000             300                300,000
      Percent Change from Previous     Year        10.4o/o         -1 .9o/o        -2.4o/o               5.4o/o             O.Oo/o          o.ooÂ
      AS-Human Resources
       Charges for Services                          185             269              67
       Miscellaneous                               1,490           2,197           1,363
       Other Financing Sources                   101,261         101,784          49,595           103,968             26,073             27,O55
      Total AS-H u man Resources                 102,936                          51,025           103,968             26,073             27,055
      Percent          from Previous   Year       388.6%               13%        -51 .1o/o         103.8%              -74.9o/o            3.8o/o
      AS-Workers Compensation
       Miscellaneous                           1,085,339       1,046,376       1,104,258        1 ,1   50,000     1,050,000          1,050,000
       Other Financing Sources                            -      516,916         122,062                              130,000            130,000
      Total Workers                            1,085,339       1,563,292       1,226,320        1,150,000         1   ,180,000       1   ,180,000
      Percent Chanqe from Previous     Year            0.0%        44.0o/o        -21 .60/o             -6.2o/o             2.6Yo            0.0%
      AS-Health lnsurance
       lntergovernmental Revenue                                                   4,106
       Miscellaneous                           5,062,194       5,374,284       5,813,612        6,222,763         6,804.842          7,461,583
      Total AS-Health I nsurance               5,062,194       5,374.284          17,718        6,222,763         6.804.842          7,461,583
      Percent          from Previous   Year            6.9%            6.2%            8.3o/o            7.0o/o             9.4o/o          9.7o/o
      AS-Self nsurance Other
              I


       Miscellaneous                             286,614         299,325         196,159          193,000             296,071            304,855
       Other Financing Sources                    10,000          10,000
      Total AS-Self lnsurance Other              296,614         309,325         196,159          193,000             296,07',!          304,855



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Administrative Services Revenue Summary

                                             Actual 2007 Actual                                Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                                                Actual
                                                                                                20't0         2011           2012
      AS-lnformation Technology
       lntergovernmental Revenue                188,182            97,852          112,660      488,139       200,000
       Charges for Services                     240,661           207,477           11,980       25,000
       Miscellaneous                            205,275           238,290          203,622      220,O00       230,000       230,000
       Other Financing Sources                  564,794           542,753          164,554      335,562       172,O70       129,582
      Total lnformation Tt                    1,198,912         1,086.372          492,816          701       602,O70       359,582
      Percent          ftom Previous Year             8.7o/o          -9.4o/o       -54.6Yo       116.9o/o      -43.7o/o      -403%
      AS-Property Appraisal
       Taxes                                          314             3,619              239       2,000           500              500
      Total                                           314             3,619              239       2,000           500              500
      Percent           from Previous Year       -70.00Â          1052.5o/o         -93.4o/o      736.8o/o      -75.0o/o           0.0%
      AS-Facilities Manangement
       Charges for Services                   2,953,568         3,046,364        3,159,533 3,284,722         3,144,031
                                                                                                                     3,144,031
       Fines and Forfeits                         2,612               1,509          2,295     4,000            2,500    2,500
       Miscellaneous                            324,516           342,303          347,305 359,783            262,722 262,722
       Other Financino Sources                  6s7,948           766,148          201,458    99,085           15,000        15,000
      Total AS-Facilities                     3,938,644         4,1              3,710,591 3,747             3,424,253     3,424
      Percent           from Previous Year        11.60/o              5.5o/o       -1O.7o/o        1.0o/o       -8.6%             O.0o/o
      AS-TR&R
       Miscellaneous
       Other Financing Sources                  271,057           290,000          252,850      270,200       200,000       200,000
      IofalAS-IR&R                              271.057           290,000          252,850      270,200       200,000       200,000


        Other Financing Sources                 100,000           100,000
       TotalAS-BR&R                             100,000           100,000
      Percent          ftom Previous Year          0.o%                0.0o/o      -100.0%          0.0%          O.Oo/o           O.Oo/o
      AS-General Revenues
        Charges for Services                  4,543,718         4,687,501        5,096,593     5,455,682
                                                                                                      5,058,700  5,210,464
        Miscellaneous                            '12,o13              1,646         12,039                2,000      2,000
       Total AS-General Revenues              4,555,731        4,689,147         5,108,632 5,455,682  5,060,700  5,212,464
      Percent          from Previous Year         32j%                 2.9o/o         8.9%      6.8%      -7.2%       3.ÙYo
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FUND           16,944            18,023,419       17J63,215 18,572,710 17,894,509 18,470,292
Percent Chan'ge from Previous Year                14.2o/o              6.4o/o        -4.8o/o        8.2o/o       -3.7o/o           3.2o/o

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Administrative Services Revenue Summary

                                                                                             Budget             Budget       Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual          Actual
                                                                                                 201 0           20't1        2012
324 R.E.E.T.II FUND
       Taxes                                  2,198,439   1,487,931       1       8 ,100,000
                                                                              ,041 ,31       1               1,020,898       1,051,525
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                                 - 679,778
        Miscellaneous                                                         521,383 35,000
       Other Financing Sources                                                                                   160,000
      Total R.E.E.T. II Fund                              1,487,931       1,562,701          1.814.778       1,180,898       1,051,525
      Percent Change from Previous Year            -3.2o/o    -32.3o/o             5.0%            16.1o/o        -34.9o/o         -11.Oo/o
326 R.E.E.T.I FUND
       Taxes                                  2,208,678   1,600,071       1   ,085,661 1 ,100,000            1,037 ,401      1,068,523
        Miscellaneous                            32,174        9,204          230,514
       Other Financing Sources                      -        100,000                     -        69,305                 -
      Total R.E.E.T. I Fund                   2,240,852   1.709.275       1   ,316,175 1 ,169,305 1,037,401                  1   ,068,523
      Percent           from Previous Year                    -23.7o/o          -23.0o/o          -11.2o/o        -11.3o/o           3.0%
333 JAIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FUND
        lntergovernmental Revenue                50,571
        Miscellaneous                            47,283        3,053
      Total Jail Construction     Fund           97,854
      Percent         from Previous Year         -98.3% -96.9%                 -100.0%              0.0o/o          0.0%o            0.0o/o
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES       FUND     21,482,098 21,223,678 20,042,091 21,556,793 20,112,808 20,590,340
Percent change from Previous    Year             -15.0%        -1   .2o/o -5.60/0                   7    .6vo       -6.70/o          2.4o/o




                                                                                                                                              Page 19
                                                                    POSITION HISTORY


                                                 2008 to                 2009 to                   Addtns &
                                    Adjusted      2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning     Adjustmts   Authorized    Proposed                     2011 lo
                                     2007-      Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010           (as of      as of       Changes/        2011          2012            2012
    ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES          2008       Adiustmts     Totals    Adjustmts     Totals       1Ol1l1O)    1011t2010     Closures     Allocation      Chanqes       Allocation

                                        0.00                    0.00                        0.00                     0.00         0.40            0.40                          0.40
Administrative Supervisor               1.00                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00                         r.00                          1.00
Admin Secretary/Grant Coordinator       0.50        (0.10)      0.40                        0.40                     0.40                         0.40                          0.40
Conservation Resource Analyst           1.00                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00                                                       '1.00
                                                                                                                                                  1.00
nformation/Comm Coord inator
I                                       1.00                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00        (1.00)           0.00                          0.00
                                        3.50        (0.10)      3.40         U.UU           3.40        0.00         3 40        (0 60)           z.öu        0.00              2.80
Finance
Finance Manager                         1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Associate Manager                       1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Budget Analyst                          't.80                   1.80                        1.80                     '1.80                        1.80                          1.80
Accountant                              1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     '1.00                        1.00                          1.00
Financial Accountant                   4.00                     4.00                        4.00                    4.00                          4.00                          4.00
Payroll Supervisor                     1.00                     1.00                        1.00                     1 00                         1.00                          1.00
Payroll Benefits Specialist            1.00                     1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Senior Purchasing Coordinator          1.00                     1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Account Clerk                          1.00                     1.00                        1.00                     1.00        (1.00)           0.00                          0.00
Administrative Ass¡stant               1.00         11.00)      0.00                        oon                     0.00                          0.00                          000
                                      13.80         (r.00)     12.80         0.00       1   280         0.00       12.4O         (1.00)       1     EO        0.00          11    80
Facilities Manaqement
Facil¡t¡es Manager                      1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         't.00                         1.00
Facilities Assistant                    1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Division Secretary                      1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00        (1.00)           0.00                          0.00
Construction Project Coord inator       1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Facilities Technical Specialist        3.00                     3.00                        3.00                    3.00                          3.00                          3.00
Facilities Maintenance Lead             1.00                    1.00                        1.00                     1.00                         1.00                          1.00
Facilities Maintenance Technician      3.00                     3.00                        3.00                    3.00                          3.00                          3.00
Custodial Coordinator                   1.00                    1.00                     1.00                       1.00                       1.00                             1.00
                                      I1.00                    11.00        ll.00l      10.00                      10.00                      10.00          (4.00)             6.00
                                       3.00          0                      (1          22.00                      22.00                                     (4             1




lnformation Technology Manager         1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00                          1.00                          1.00
Administrative Assistant               0.00                     0.00                        0.00                    0.00          1.00            1.00                          1.00
Administrative Secretary               1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00         (1.00)           0.00                          0.00
Associate Manager                      0.00                     0.00                        0.00                    0.00          1.00            1.00                          1.00
Systems Team Supervisor                1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00         (1.00)           0.00                          0.00
Systems Administrator                  4.00                     6.00         1.00           7.00                    7.00                          7.00       (1   00)           6.00
Systems Support Specialist             1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00                          1.00                          1.00
PC/LAN Technician                      2.00                     0.00                        0.00                    0.00                          0.00                          0.00
Service Desk Technician                1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00                          't.00                         1.00
Proiect Coordinator                    0.00          0.50       0.50                        0.50        0.10        0.60         0.10             0.70       (0.70)             0.00




                                                                                                                                                                                Page 20
                                                                   POSITION HISTORY


                                                2008 to                 2009 to                  Addtns &
                                    Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning    Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                   2011 lo
                                     2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010         (as of       as of      Changes/        2011        2012           2012
ADM IN ISTRATIVE SERVICES            2008      Adjustmts     Totals    Adiustmts     Totals      10t1110)    10t1t2010    Closures      Allocation   Changes       Allocation
iystems Analyst                         2.00                   Z.UU                      2.OO                      Z.UU                       2.OO                       Z.UU
\pplicat¡ons Team Supervisor            1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00       (1.00,          0.00                       0.00
\ppl ications Ad ministrator            5.00                   5.00                      5.00                      5.00        1.00           6.00                       6.00
\pplications Specialist (ATS)           0.00        1.00        1.00                     1.00                      1.00       (1.00,          0.00                       0.00
\pplications Technician                 0.75                   0.75                      0.75                      0.75                       0.75                       0.75
\pplications Developer                  1.00                   1.00        (1.00)        0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00
3lS Administrator                       1.00                   1.00                      1.00                      1.00       (1.00,          0.00                       0.00
3lS Developer                           1.00       (1.00)      0.00                      0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00
Services Team Supervisor                1.00                    1.00                     '1.00                     1.00       (1.00,          0.00                       0.00
ìecords & Project Administrator         0.00                   0.00                      0.00                      0.00        1.00           1.00                       1.00
loordinator                             1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00
llerk                                   5.00       (1.00)      4.00        (1.00)        3.00                      3.00       (3.001          0.00                       0.00
)lerk/Receptionist                      1.00                    1.00                     '1.00                     1.00                       1.00                       1.00
lommunication Specialist                ono         1.00        1.00       (1.00)        oon                      0.00                       0.00                        0.00
                                      30 75         0.50      31.25        (2.001      :z9.25         0.10       29.35        (4.90         24.45       (1.70',,       z¿.t5
lourthouse Securitv & Gommunic.
)H Security & Communications Mgr.       1.00       (1.00)      0.00                      0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00
lommunication Specialist                1.00       (1.00)      0.00                      0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00
                                        z.uu       (2.00)      0 00         0.00         U.UU         000          0 00        U.UU           U.UU       000             0.00
{uman Resources
luman Resources Manager                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00
-mployee Relations Manager              1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00
luman Resources Representative          4.50                   4.50                      4.50                      4.50       (1.50,          3.00                       3.00
\dministrative Clerk                    0.00                   0.00                      0.00                      0.00        0.80           0.80                       0.80
luman Resources Clerk                   0.50                   0.50                      0.50                      0.50       (0.50,          0.00                       0.00
)ffice Coordinator                      1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00
                                        800         000        8.00         0.00        8.00          000          8.00       (1 20',        6.80        000            6.80
rOTAL ADMIN ISTRATIVE SERVICES        81 .05       (2.6t)     78.45        (3.0c       75.45          0.10       75.55        (E.70         66.85       (5.701         61.15




                                                                                                                                                                         Page 21
                                              Assessor

1'   Complete.revaluation of approximately one sixth (.18,500) of the parcets of real property to
     establish the county-wide iáx base foitaxing distrìcté.

2-   Statistical review and revaluation of approximately five sixths (g1,5OO) of the parcels of
     real prop.erty to establish the county-wide tax basê for taxing <ìlsti¡cts ãñO
     receivables computation                                                        þioþerty tax

3.   conduct revaluation of all personal property to establish the tax base.

4.   Discover, list and appraise all real and personal    propefi new constructions to add
     valuations to the tax base.

5.   Maintain an accurate groperty ownership, parceldata base and cartographic manual/ GIS
     mapping for all property.

6.   Allocate valuation.to taxing- districts, ad.minister statutory levy limitations, calculate levy/
     taxes, and certiff tax rolls Íor the County Treasurer.

7'   Provide information, education and assistance to taxpayers and governmental agencies.

8.   Replace the Assessor's legacy computer system, hardware and software.

9.   lrepq¡e defenses of valuations and actions before the Whatcom Countv Board of
     EqualÞation, Washington State Board of Tax Appeals and the State Suþei¡ói Court.




                                                                                                        Page 22
Assessor Expenditure Trends


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$2,800,000



$2,400,000
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                                                   Page 23
Assessor Expenditure Summary

                                         Actual       Actual                                       Budget        Budget
                                                                   Actual
                                                                                      2010          2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
300 Assessor
        Salaries & Wages                  1,468,060    1,507,259    1,559,362        1,645,608     1,603,128     1,586,124
        Benefits                            521,710      554,011      568,373         643,0'10       637,415       712,482
        Supplies                             27,110       32,000       15,696          26,765         30,595        30,59s
        Professional Services                24,870       34,165       19,927          30,250        151,762      151,762
        Building Maintenance Fees            45,954       47,444       48,655          50,964         49,183       49,183
        Administrative Cost Allocation      126,814      130,618      140,131         148,972       168,817       173,882
        Other Services & Charges             78,255       87,508       87,784           98,526      107,764       107,764
TOTAL ASSESSOR                            2,292,773    2,393,005    2,439,928        2,644,095     2,748.664     2,811,792
Percent          from Previous Year            6.8%         4.4%            2.0o/o        8.4o/o        4.0o/o        2.3o/o




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Assessor Program Summary
                                                                             Budget     Budget     Budget
                                      Actual 200   Actual      Actual
                                                                                 2010       2011       2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
     300  Assessor                     2,292,773 2,393,003 2,439,927 2,644,095 2,748,664           2,811,792
TOTAL   ASSESSOR                       2,292,773 2,393,003 2,439,927 2,644,095 2,748,664           2,811,792
Percent Change from Previous   Year         6.80/o          4.4%        2.Oo/o     8.4o/o     4.Oo/o     2.3o/o




                                                                                                                  Page 26
Assessor Funding Sources


                                                           2011          2012
                           nterqovernmental Revenues
                           I                             40,00(         40,000
                           Charqes for Services           14.50C        14,500
                           General Fund                2.694.164     2,757.292
                           Total Fundino               2.748.664     2,811,792




                                                                   Page 27
Assessor Revenue Summary

                                  Actual200                              Budget     Budget     Budget
                                               Actual 200   Actual
                                                                          2010       2011       2012
GENERAL FUND
300 Assessor
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                                      40,000     40,000
      Charges for Services            16,455       15,469       16,044     14,500     14,500     14,500
TOTAL ASSESSOR                        16,455       15,469       16,044     14,500     54,500    54,500




                                                                                                          Page 28
                                                              POSITION HISTORY

                                       2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                           Adjusted     2009      Adopted       2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                  20111o
                            2007-     Addtns &     2009       Addtns &      2010        (as of      as of      Changes/        2011       2012       2012
ASSESSOR                    2008      Adjustmts    Totals     Adiustmts    Totals      10t1t1o)   101112010    Closures     Allocation   Changes   Allocation
ASSESSOT                       1.00                   1.UU                     1.00                    1.UU                      1.00                    1.UU
Chief Deputy                   1.00                   1.00                    't.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Administrative Assistant       2.O0                  2.00                     2.00                     2.00        (1.00)        1.00                    1.00
Property Data Supervisor       1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Office Manager                 1.00                   '1.00                    1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Program Technician             1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Clerk                          4.00                  4.00                     4.00                     4.00                      4.00                   4.00
Clerk/Receptionist             2.O0                  2.00                     2.00                     2.00                      2.00                   2.00
Personal Property Clerk        2.O0                  200                      2.00                     2.00                      2.00                   2.00
Drafter/G lS Tech nician       2.00                  200                      2.00                     2.O0        (1.00)        1.00                   1.00
Aooraiser                     13.00                 '13 00                   '13.00                   't3.00                    13.00                  13.00
rOTAL ASSESSOR               3U.UU         0.00     30.00          0.00      30 00         U.UU       30.00        Q.OC         28 00        000       28.00




                                                                                                                                                         Page 29
                                               Auditor

Elections
  1.   Establish data entry expectations and measure performance within EIMS.

  2.   Train two staff members in the use of GIS software and re..districting procedures to complete
       the.required,redistricting by spring or 2o12. Coordinate utilization oÏ èþct¡oi managemént
       system and ballot programming & counting systems to maximize efficiency.

  3.   Complete writing of base Policy & Procedures for division, build links and deploy on office
       intranet.

  4.   Continue to integrate theW_ashing_ton Election lnformation (WEl) system, the Election
       Management System. (E_[{S) theBallot Programming Systèm tÉpSl and tne Ualloi
       tabulation system (WinEDS) to reduce dupllcation of-input and'progiamming.

  5'   Train staff member to take over the process of ballot reconciliation for election certification
       from Chief Deputy Auditor.

Public Seruices
  1.   Track recorded documents to ensu.re performance standards of scanning and indexing
       documents within 24 hours of receipt.-

  2'   Create data entry of official recording index for 1986 & 1987 and import this data into our
       current recording system.

  3.   Rgyiew scan, and import map images back to January 1981 with exception to 1984 &
       1   985.

  4.   Track licensing mailto ensure performance standards of processing licensing mailwithin 4
       days of receipt.

  5.   9o.unty,_Licen_sing Clerks will receive training and become certified under   the new DOL
       PolicyVEH 19 which will be administered through the Auditor's Office.




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6.   Co.unty subagenlclerks will receive training and become certified under the new DOL
     PolicyVEH 19 which will be administered tñrough the Auditor's Office.

7.   lmplement DOL process for accepting credit cards for payment of licensing transactions.




                                                                                               Page 31
Auditor Expenditure Trends


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                                                       Page 32
Auditor Expenditure Summary

                                                                                          Budget       Budget       Budget
                                         Actual 200        Actual       Actual
                                                                                           2010         2011         20't2
GENERAL FUND
510 Auditor - lnternal Audit
        Salaries & Wages                      56,848           61,494        64,399         70,110
        Benefits                              18,619           20,633        21,579        24,069
        Supplies                               1   ,'136        1,331         1,392          1,850          150          150
        Professional Services                      411            425                        't,450
        Other Services & Charges               3,796            3,451         2,017          4,350                       850
     Total Auditor - Internal Audit           80,810           87,334        89,387        101,829                     1,000
     Percent            from Previous Year      9.2%                           2.4%          13.9Yo                     0.0%
     Auditor - Administration
        Salaries & Wages                     196,1 '19        207,628       216,309       232,600      232,492      238,373
        Benefits                              61,223           67,573        70,485        79,330       82,296       91,284
        Building Maintenance Fees             48,310           49,877        62,645        65,618       63,583       63,583
        Administrative Cost Allocation       108,2'19         111,466       166,136        176,617     206,707      212,908
        Other Services & Charges               7,887            8,676         8,536         9,722        9,323         9,323
     Total Auditor - Administration          421,758          445,220       524.111       563,887      594,401       615.471
     Percent Change from Previous Year             8.4%          5.6%         17.7%           7.6Yo        5.4o/o       3.5o/o
540 Auditor - Recording
        Salaries & Wages                     209,555 198,393 185,527                      227,950      202,044      206,946
        Benefits                             '101 ,978 98,280 93,416                       114,979      99,691      111,697
        Supplies                                4,953   5,499  5,043                         6,042       5,842         5,842
        Professional Services                  25,877  29,579  5,897                         9,422                       472
        Other Services & Charges              12,227           10,979         7,643         13,033       10,600       10,132
     Total Auditor - Recording               354,590 342,730 297,526 371,426 318,177 335,089
     Percent change from Previous Year         8.2%    -3.3% -13.2o/o 24.9o/o -14.3% 5.3yo
5tt0 Aud¡tor - L¡cens¡ng
        Salaries & Wages                     160,340 171,911 172,737 189,259 180,750 188,012
        Benefits                              64,205 69,420 71,118 81,359 81,761 91,351
        Supplies                               3,612  6,981    3,445 3,750      3,750 3,750
        Professional Services                     70     67        57    250      150     150
        Other Services & Charges              38,530 50,166   46,99'1 38,737   46,137  46,137
     Total Auditor -                         266,757 298,545 294,348 3.13,355 312     329,400
     Percent Change from Previous Year          4.6Yo 1'1.9% -1 .4%     6.s% -0.3%       s.                                  o/o

TOTALGENERALFUND                             1,123,915 1,173,829 1,205,372 1,350,497 1,226,126                      1,280,960
Percent        From Prev¡ous Year                  7.5o/o           4.4Yo        2.7o/o      12.Oo/o      -9.2Yo        4.5o/o



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Auditor Expenditure Summary

                                                 Actual 200                                      Budget       Budget           Budget
                                                                Actual          Actual
                                                                                                  20't0           2011          2012
ELECTION RESERVE FUND
10904 Election Costs
         Salaries & Wages                           207,389        234,549         217,151        310,997         314,185 322,828
         Benefits                                    78,340         90,762          86,778        118,288         117,515 130,677
         Supplies                                    15,710         11,279              7,413     264,396         199,559 291,520
         Professional Services                                      59,105             61,791     217,786         270,835 259,835
         Building Maintenance Fees                   29,750         30,664             32,333      34,038          32,817 32,817
         Administrative Cost Allocation              41,104         42,338             65,093      69,257          41,296 42,408
         Other Services & Charges                    33,752         57,769             46,529      74,306          95,954 95,954
         Capital                                                                                                    15,000
          Total Election Costs                      406,045        526,466         517,088       1,089,068    1   ,087 r 6r    1,176,039
          Percent           from Previous Year                       29.7%                         110.60/0           o2%           8.2%
10907     Primary & Grants
             Salaries & Wages                        19,093         49,011          19,735
             Benefits                                 2,043          5,217           1,894
             Supplies                               2r 8,363       397,646         126,555          I 203
             Professional Services                  175,217        225,072         1   19,891
             Other Services & Charges                48,325         22,435             20,516                        2,393
             Capital Outlay                                                                        23,597
             Operating Transfers                                   171,217
          Total         & Grants                           1       870,598         288,591         32,800            2,393
          Percent          from Previous Year        198.2Yo         88.0%           -66.9%        -88.6%           -92.7o/o    -'100.0%
10906     Registrations
             Salaries & Wages                        64,931         87,O97             99,590      87,336          93,245        96,859
             Benefits                                24,423         33,584             40,708      37,739          38,151        42,459
             Supplies                                 7,111          4,894              1,720       5,050           5,050         5,050
             Professional Services                    9,390         57,998             45,949      49,456          49,456        49,456
             Building Maintenance Fees                5,702          5,870              6,062       6,382           6,1 54        6,1 54
             Administrative Cost Allocation          13,702         14,112             21,697      23,086          13,765        14,136
             Other Services & Charges                11,501         27,337              8,835      16,484          1ô,535        16,535
             Capital Outlay                                                            21,787
          Total                                     136,760        230,892         246.348        225,533         222,356       230,649
          Percent          from Previous Year          9.O%o         68.8%               6.7%o       -8.4Yo          -1 .4Yo       3.7Yo
TOTAL     ELECTION RESERVE FUND                    1,005,846      1,627           1,052,027      1,347,401    1   ,31 1,910    1,406,688
Percent            From Previous Year                -12.4o/o        61 .8o/o          -35.4%       28.1Yo           -2.60/0       7.2o/o



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Auditor Expenditure Summary

                                                                                             Budget                       Budget
                                              Actual           Actual         Actual 2009
                                                                                              2010           2011          2012
        AUDITOR'S O&M FUND
           Salaries & Wages                             679                                      4,000         4,000         4,000
           Benefits                                      75                                        476          476            476
           Supplies                                8,789            8,784                        2,400         2,400         2,400
           Professional Services                  13,667           54,249         56,48;      105,173         96j23         90,123
           Other Services & Charges                2,357
           Capital Outlay                         98,360           34,160
           Operating Transfers                    87,550           90,146        140,586       126,521       120,413       130,977
        Total Auditor's O&M Fund                 211,477          187,339        197,068      238,570        223,412       227,976
        Percent          from Previous Year        -22.0o/"         -'t1.4%         5.2o/o       21 .1o/o       -6.4o/o        2.0%
TOTAL AUDITOR                                  2,341.238        2,989,124      2,454,467     2,936.468      2,761,448     2,915,624
Percent          from Previous Year                    -5 0%        27.7o/o                      19.60/o        -6.0o/o




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Auditor Budget by Program




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Auditor Program Summary
                                                                                 Budget                       Budget
                                      Actual       Actual 2008 Actual
                                                                                  2010           2011          2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
     510  Auditor - lnternal Audit        80,810         87,333         89,387     101,829        1,000          1,000
     520  Auditor - Administration       421,757        445,220        524,111     563,887      594,401        615,471
     540  Auditor - Recording            354,590        342,729        297,525     371,426      318,177         335,089
     560  Auditor - Licensing            266,757        298,546        294,347     313,355      312,548         329,400
     109  ELECTION RESERVE FUND        1,005,847       1,456,741     1,030,240   1,323,804     I ,296,910     1,406,688
     166  AUDITOR'S O&M FUND              25,567         63,033         56,482     112,049      102,999          96,999
TotalAuditor                           2,155,328    2,693            2,292,092 2,786,350 2,626,035            2,784,647
CAPITAL
    GENERAL FUND
     IO9 ELECTION RESERVE FUND                                         21,787      23,597         15,000
     166 AUDITOR'S O&M FUND                              34,160



     GENERAL FUND
    109   ELECTION RESERVE FUND                         171,217
    166   AUDITOR'S O&M FUND              87,550  90,146 140,586 126,521 120,413                               130,977
TotalAuditorTransfers                     87,550 261,363 140,586 126,521 120,413                                130,977
TOTAL AUDITOR                          2,341,238 2,989,125 2,454,465 2,936,468 2,761,448 2,915,624
Percent Change from Previous   Year            -5.0%       27.7o/o                   19.60/o        -6.Oo/o        5.60/o




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      Auditor Funding Sources

                    Audito/s O&M
                                                                                                                   2011            2012
                       6.62%
                                                   Election Charges   Filino/ Recordino Fees                    382,50(         382,50C
                                                       23.59o/o       Motor Vehicle License Fees                925 00(         925,00C
                                                                      Prop Tax-Election Reserve                 360 00(         360.00c
                                                                      Miscellaneous Revenues                      90,793         88 40C
                                                                      Auditor's O&M                              '166,900       166,50C
                                                                      Election Charqes                          641.480         546,20C
                                                                      General Fund*                             123,263         385,548
                                                                      )&M Fund Balance*                         163.9011        (69,501
                                                                      Total Fundino                            2.626.035       2,784.647


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                                                                                            General Fund are not included in the chañ.




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                                   License Fees
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                                                                                           Budget          Budget         Budget
                                          Actual                           Actual
                                                                                            2010            2011           2012
GENERAL FUND
540   Auditor - Recording
        Business Licenses & Permits           11,416           11,376          10,688           10,500       10,500         10,500
        Charges for Services                 617,488          499,366         577,239       573,500        437,500         437,500
        Miscellaneous                            664              363           1,353           300            300             300
        Other Financing Sources               83J02            83,675          88,161       104,839         112,401        122,264
      Total Auditor - Recording              712,670          594,780         677,441       689,139         560,701        570,564
      Percent Change from Previous Year            -4.9o/o      -16.5o/o        13.9o/o           1.7o/o     -18.6%            1.8o/o
560   Auditor - Licensing
        Charges for Services                 966,994 945,339                  931   ,134 966,300 937,500
                                                                                               937,500
        Miscellaneous                               369            391              920    300     400
                                                                                                   400
      Total Auditor - Licensing              967,363 945,730 932,054 966,600 937,900 937,900
      Percent Change from Previous Year         1.60/0   -2.2o/o   -1 .4o/o   3.7o/o   -3.OYo     0.0%
TOTAL GENERAL    FUND                       1,680,033 1,540,510 1,609,495 1,655,739 1,498,601 1,508,464
Percent Change from Previous Year              -1.3o/o -8.3%        4.5%      2.9o/o   -9.5%      O.7o/o
109 ELECTION RESERVE FUND
        Taxes                                363,461          364,744         359,714       361,200         363,700        363,700
        lntergovernmental Revenue             73,585          171,234           7,172        32,800           2,393
        Charges for Services                 569,475          689,220         611,062       312,668         641,480        546,200
        Miscellaneous                          2,791               221              549
        Other Financing Sources              221,935           540,415        125,215       524,000         258,000        418,000
       Total Election Reserve Fund         1,231,247         1,765,834      1,103,712 1 ,230,668 1,265,573                1,327 ,900
      Percent Change from Previous Year        28.4o/o           43.4o/o       -37.5%            11.5o/o       2.8o/o          4.9o/o
166 AUDITOR'S O&M FUND
        lntergovernmental Revenue            119,107           98,594         123.371       1   13,000       80,000          80,000
        Charges for Services                 126,022          100,652         114,692       124,400          86,900          86,500
        Miscellaneous                          5,600
      TotalAuditor O&M Fund                  250.729          199,246         238,063       237,400         166,900        166,500
      Percent Change from Previous Year             3.4o/o     -20.5%           19.5o/o          -0.3o/o     -29.7o/o         -0.2%
TOTAL AUDITOR                              3,162,009 3,505,590 2,951,270 3,123€07 2,931,O74                               3,002,864
Percent Change from Previous Year              8.94o/o           10.9olo        -15.8o/.          5.8o/o      -6   2o/o        2.4o/o




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                                                                     POSITION HISTORY

                                           2008 to                    2009 to                 Addtns &
                               Adjusted     2009          Adopted      2010      Beginning    Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                  2011îo
                                2007-     Addtns &         2009      Addtns &      2010         (as of       as of     Changes/        2011       2012       2012
AUDITOR                         2008      Adiustmts        Totals    Adiustmts    Totals       1011t10\   101112010    Closures     Allocation   Chanqes   Allocation
Auclttor                           1 00                       1.00                    1. 00                     1.00                     1. 00                   1.00
Chief Deputy                       1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    '1.00
lnternal Auditor                   1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00       (1.00)        0.00                    0.00
Records/Licensing Supervisor       1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    1.00
Coordinator                        1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    1.00
Clerk                             10.00       (1.00)         9.00                    9.00                      9.00        (1.00)        8.00                    8.00
Elections                                                                                                                                0.00                    0.00
Elections Supervisor               1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    1.00
Office Coordinator                 1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    1.00
Coordinator                        1.00                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                    1.00
Clerk                              4.00                      4.00                    4.00                      4.00                      4.00                   4.00
TOTAL AUDITOR                    22.O0         '1   .00     21.00         0.00      21.00          000        21 .OO       (2.00ì       19.00        000       19.00




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                                                Council

      Ç9^o1{¡ate the appointment of a Districting Committee and Districting Master to draft a new
1.
      cl¡str¡ct¡ng plan for whatcom County and piepare the plan for Counciiadoption.

2.    Coordinate with DolT to provide six months of Council meeting audio on the County
      website.

3.    lmplement new procedures for distributing Whatcom County Code updates electronically.

4.    Ç^o¡lRlete            records retention project - catalog and archive agenda bill records for
               -C^o_u¡cil
      2004 and 2005.

5.    Expand opportunities for distributing council-related information to the public.

6.    Train all staff members in procedures for posting council-related information to the web.

7.
      Ç^ogRlete Board of Equalization records retention project - catalog and archive records for
      2002.

8.    Complete Council records retention pqolgct -
                                                   9?!a!o^g and archive incoming and outgoing
      councilmember correspondence fo¡ 2007 and 20081

9.    Assist the Hearing Examiner coordinator in preparing records for archiving.

10.   Complete policy and procedure manual re-write for the DepuÇ Clerk and Clerk of the
      Council.

11.   Arrange for contract destruction- 217 conl¡acts in 2011 and228 contracts inZO12.

12.   Review existing policy and procedure manuals for allcurrent staff members and make
      changes as necessary.




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County Council Expenditure Trends


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Gounty Gouncil Expenditure Summary



GENERAL FUND
1100 County Council
        Salaries & Wages                   424,437      476,137        504,615      525,844      460,554      467,554
          Benefìts                         209,424      233,742        246,911      271,066      262,639      289,429
          Supplies                          40,249       27,040         18,857       32,741       22,292       22,292
          Professional Services             20,801      102,558         52,812       35,094       20,1 03      20,103
          Building Maintenance Fees         59,653       61,588         63,159       66,157       63,845       63,845
          Administrative Cost Allocation    58,556       60,313         49,655       52,788       55,773       57,446
          Other Services &                  61,162       48,241         45,978       51 ,1 19     48,559       48,559
TOTAL COUNTY COUNCIL                       874,282     1,009,619       981,987     1,034,809         765      969,228
Percent Change from Previous Year             5.1o/o       '|,5.5o/o     -2.7o/o        5.4o/o      -9.8o/o      3.8o/o




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                                                                                        Budget           Budget     Budget
                                    Actual            Actual            Actual
                                                                                            2010          2011       2012
OPERATIONS
     GENERAL FUND
     1100 County Council               874,282 1,009,619 981,986 1,034,810 933,765                                  969,228
TOTAL COUNTY COUNCIL                   874,282         1   ,009,619        981   ,986   1   ,034,810     933,765    969,228
Percent Change from Previous Year            5.1o/o           15.5o/o        -2.7o/o            5.4o/o      -9.8%       3.8o/o




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Gounty Council Funding Sources


                                                           2011           2012
                                 General Fund            929.741       965 20r
                                 Miscellaneous Revenue     4,024         4,O2t
                                 Iotal Fundino           933.765       969.228




                                                                   Page 46
County Gouncil Revenue Summary

                                                                               Budget               Budget
                                      Actual       Actual       Actual 20
                                                                                2010                 2012
GENERAL FUND
1100 County Council
        Charges for Services               3,388        4,573        2,468       2124       2,124     2,124
        Miscellaneous                     10,495        3,051        2,212       1 900      1,900      1,900
TOTAL COUNTY COUNCIL                                    7,624        4,680       4          4,024     4,O24
Percent Change from Previous   Year       100.1%       -45.1%       -38.6olo     -14.0o/o    0.0%       0.Oo/o




                                                                                                                 Page 47
                                                                   POSITION HISTORY

                                             2008 to                2009 to                Addtns &
                                 Adjusted     2009      Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                  2011to
                                  2007-     Addtns &     2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of      as of      Changes/        2011       2012       2012
GOUNTY COUNCIL                    2008      Adiustmts    Totals    Adjustmts    Totals      1Ot1t10)   101112010    Closures     Allocation   Changes   Allocation
Clerk 01 the Council                 1 00                   1.00                    1.00                    1.UU                      1.00                    1.00
Deputy Clerk                         1.00                   1.00                    1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Confidential Clerk                   1.00                   1.00                    1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Council Member                       350                    3.50                   3.50                     3.50                      3.50                    3.50
Planning & Policy Analyst            100                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00        (1.00)        0.00                    0.00
Senior Secretary                     100                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Administrative Clerk                 1.00                   1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      100                     1.00
Confidential ClerUReceptionist       1.00                   1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
TOTAL COUNTY COUNCIL                10.50        0.00      10.50        000       10.50         U.UU       10.50        (1.00         950         000         9.50




                                                                                                                                                              Page 48
couNTY CLERK objectives   combined with Superior court
             See Superior Court section




                                                         Page 49
County Glerk Expenditure Trends


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$1,800,000


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                                     Page 50
County Glerk Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                        Budget    Budget
                                          Actual 200     Actual        Actual
                                                                                              2010       2011        2012
GENERAL FUND
3150 County Clerk
         Salaries & Wages                    828,867        920,322        908,194            923,791   809,091      846,783
         Benefits                            356,741        402,796        396,1 79           434,488   384,612      430,094
         Supplies                             34,831         24,372            10,385          14,600     11,000      11,000
         Professional Services                 1,969                            2,561                      2,000       2,000
         Building Maintenance Fees            48,631         50,1 66           51,375          54,084     52,196      52,196
         Administrative Cost Allocation      231,760     ,383 19,150 127,304 122,685 126,366
                                                            227            1
         Other Services & Charges            59,470 45,144 29,407 39,778 27,338 27,338
TOTAL COUNTY      CLERK                    1,562,269 1,670,183 1,517 ,251 ,594,045 1,408,922 1,495,777
                                                                                          1

Percent Change from Previous Year              24.4o/o            6.90/o        -9.2o/o          5j%      -11.60/o      6.20/o




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                                                                                        Budget                         Budget
                                    Actual         Actual            Actual
                                                                                         2010             2011          2012
OPERATIONS
     GENERAL FUND
     3150 Countv Clerk               1,562,270      1   ,670,1 83     1,517,250         1,594,045        1,408,922     1,495,777
TOTAL COUNTY CLERK                   1              1   ,670,1 83     1,517,250         1,594            1,408,922     1,495.777
Percent Chanqe from Previous Year        24.4o/o            6.9o/o            -9.2o/o           5.1o/o      -11.60/o        6.2o/o




                                                                                                                                     Page 53
Gounty Glerk Funding Sources


                                                                 2011          2012
                                nterqovernmental Revenue     217.722        212.202
                               lharoes for Services          552.707        552,707
                               Miscellaneous Revenue           19,500        19,500
                               Seneral Fund                  6't8.993       711.368
                               Iotal Fundino               1,408,922       1.495.777




                                                                        Page 54
Gounty Glerk Revenue Summary

                                    Actual 2007 Actual                          Budget       Budget        Budget
                                                                 Actual
                                                                                 2010         2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
3150 County Clerk
      lntergovernmental Revenue        287,056      289,038         240,732     241,514      217,722       212,202
      Charges for Services             474,234      565,769         530,633     523,259       554,207       554,207
      Fines and Forfeits               182,543      175,391         214,539     192,230       166,500       166,500
      Miscellaneous                     12,879        20,251         18,278       18,367       18,000        18,000
TOTAL COUNTY CLERK                       ì,712     1,050,449      1,O04,182     975,370      956,429       950,909
Percent Change from Previous Year        -7.5o/o         9.8%o        -4.4o/o      -2.9o/o      -1 .9o/o     -0.6%




                                                                                                                      Page 55
COUNTY CLERK Position History combined with Superior Court
                 See Superior Court section




                                                             Page 56
                                       District Court

1.   lmplement E-Ticket processing sys!e[.Train and cross train designated District Court staff
     to process citations using the new E-Ticket processing system.

2.
     Fpt"llgO iqn]eggnt new.jury ma.nagement software. Train and cross train designated
     D¡strict Court staff to use the new jury softwan program.

3.   Work with the Whatcom County.Prosecutor's Office and local law enforcement to complete
     local law table updates and poõt them on the website.

4.                                                                     County lnformation
                                                                       , three lap tops,
                                                                        be acquired on a local
                                                                       ington.

5.   lnstall and implement upgraded.JAVS courtroom recording equipment for the courtrooms.
     Train and cross train designated District Court staff to wor-k with'the new equipment.




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District Gourt Expenditure Trends


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                                                 Page 58
District Gourt Expenditure Summary

                                                                                           Budget                       Budget
                                            Actual          Actual 20      Actual
                                                                                            2010                         2012
GENERAL FUND
1300 District Court
        Salaries & Wages                     1,013,574       1,076,893      1,021,877      1,148,972     1,071,767      1,074,606
        Benefits                               338,414         390,550        364,752        455,138      425,121         455,265
        Supplies                                63,564          44,463         34,034         28,577       34,813          34,813
        Professional Services                   88,000          81,957         81,345         76,973       73,473          74,973
        Building Maintenance Fees               74,509          76,925         77,243         80,908       78,081         78,081
        Administrative Cost Allocation         154,184         158,810        171,510       182,331       173,425        178,628
        Other Services & Charges                72,180         102,375         86,061        77,732        79,365         79,365
        lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs
        CapitalOutlay                                           99,017                        52,523       16,000         16,000
     Total District Court                    1,804,425                  1,836,822          2,103,154     1,952          1,991,731
     Percent           from Previous Year        23.8o/o         12.60/o -9.6%                 14.5o/o       -7.2o/o         2.0o/o
1301 District Court-STOP Grant
        Professional Services                    2,940
        Other Services &                         2,861
     Total District Court-STOP   Grant           5,801
     Percent Change from Previous Year               0.0%      -100.0%              0.0%        O.Oo/o           0.0%        0.0%
1305 District Court-Night Court
        Salaries & Wages                         1,706             959          1,820         4,400         8,235          8,235
        Benefits                                     281           170              177         835
        Professional Services                    1,247           1,019              919       3,000
     TotalDistrict          Court                3,234           2,148          2,916         8,235                        8,235
     Percent Change from Previous   Year        104.60/o -33.67o 35.8% 182.4%                                    O.O%        O.O%
TQTAL D|STRICT COURT                         1,813,460 2,033,138 1,839,738 2,111,389 1,960,280                          1,999,966
Percent        from Previous Year                24.2o/o         12.1o/o        -9.5%          14.8%         -7.2o/o         2.0o/o




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                                        Actual 200     Actual         Actual
                                                                                           2010            2011            2012
OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
      1300 District Court                1,804,425      1,931,972      1,836,822         2,050,631     1,936,045       1,975,731
      1301 District Court-STOP Grant         5,801
      1305 District Court-Night Court        3,234          2,148          2,916             8,235          8,235           8,235
Total District Court                     1,813,460      1,934,120                                      1,944,280       1
CAPITAL
      GENERAL FUND
      1300 District Court                                  99,017                           52,523         16,000
Total District Court                                       99,017                           52,523         16,000             000
TOTAL DISTRICT COURT                     1313/60                137    1^839,?38         2,111,389     1      280      1,999,966
                  from Previous Year         24.2o/o        12.1%              -9.5o/o       14.8o/o         -7.2o/o         2.0o/o




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District Gourt Funding Sources


                                                                                             2011           2012
                                                               Service Charoess & Fees    160.25C        160,250
                                 Miscellaneous
                                                               General Fund              1,740.39r     1.778.581
                                   Revenue
                                                               Miscellaneous Revenue        59,635        61 135
                                                               Total Fundinq             1.960.280     '1.999.96€




                                            Service Chargess
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District Gourt Revenue Summary

                                                                                         Budget        Budget         Budget
                                            Actual 200     Actual       Actual
                                                                                           2010            2011        2012
GENERAL FUND
1300 District Court
       ntergovernmental Revenue
       I                                              _         1,740          1,620              -          1,000        1,000
      Charges for Services                     997,713        887,347        889,641 918,995 159,250                   159,250
      Fines and Forfeits                     1,646,587      1,684,279    1   ,517,500 1,558,900 1,675,941             1,675,941
      Miscellaneous                             26,439         30,410         26,164 30,700 30,700                       30,700
      Other Financing Sources                   32,000                                      19,000          20,000       21,500
     Total District   coult                  2,702,739 2,603/76 2,434,925 2,527,595 1,886,891                         1,888,391
     Percent Change from Previous   Year          8.1%              -3.7o/o -6.5%             3.g% -25.3%o                 r'1"/"
1301 District Court-STOP Grant
                           Revenue               5,801
     Total District Court-STOP Grant             5,801
                       ftom Previous Year                     -100.0%
1305 District Court-Night Court
      Other Financing Sources                    3,234          2,148          2,916         8,235           8,235       8,235
      TotalDistrict                              3,234          2,148          2,916         8,235           8,235        8,235
      Percent         from Previous Year       104.55o/o      -33.58%         35.75o/o    182.41o/o           0.00%       0.00%
TOTAL DISTRICT COURT                         2,711,774      2,605,924        437,841     2,53s,830     1   ,895,126   1,896,626
Percent Change from Previous Year                 8.4o/o                       -6.5%          4.0o/o         -25.3%        0.1o/o




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                                                                   POSITION HISTORY

                                           2008 to                  2009 to                Addtns &
                               Adjusted     2009       Adopted       2010      Beginning   Adjustmts     Authorized   Proposed                  2011to
                                2007-     Addtns &      2009       Addtns &      2010        (as of         as of     Changes/        2011       2012         2012
DISTRICT COURT                  2008      Adiustmts     Totals     Adjustmts    Totals     1 0/1 /1 0)   101112010    Closures     Allocation   Changes     Allocation
JUOge                              ¿.UU                    2.00                    2.OO                       Z.UU                      2.O0                     2.OO
District Court Commissioner        1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00
District Court Administrator       0.00                    0.00                    0.00                       0.00        0.50          0.50                      0.50
Chief Deputy Clerk                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1 00                      1.00                      1.00
Jury Coordinator                   1.00                    '1.00                    1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00
Coordinator                        2.00                    2.00                    2.00                       2.00                      2.00                      2.OO
Accounting Technician              1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00        (1.00)        0.00                      0.00
Clerk                              5.00       (1.00)       4.00                    4.00                       4.00                      4.00                      4.00
Clerk/Receptionist                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00       (1.00)         0.00
Calendar Coordinator               2.OO                    2.O0                    2.00                       2.00                      2.00                      2.00
Senior Court Clerk                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00                      1.00
Court Clerk                        4.00                    4.00                    4.00                       4.00        (1.00)        3.00                      3.00
TOTAL DISTRICT COURT             21.O0         100        20.00         0.00      20.00          0.00        20 00         1.50        18.50       (1.001       17.50




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                                   District Gourt Probation

Alcohol/Drug Unit
  1.   Complete accurate alcohol/drug assessment and refer clients to treatment services that are
       appropriate for their needs. Work quarterly with the treatment agencies and resources in
       the community to review how accurate the assessment unit is dóing and submit an annual
       questionnair.e to the treatment agencies. Success will be measured- by 90% accuracy
       reported by the treatment agencies.

  2.   Work with the Department Of Alcoholand SubstanceAbuse to complete state audit
       requirements. This includes updating all policies and procedures comply with WAC 388-805
       requirements.

  3.   Provide timely alcohoUdrug ass€ssments for the court, attorneys and probation services.
       Upon proof of payment, 90% of all assessment appointments i,vill be dcheduled within 4
       weeks.

  4.   Review potential funding sources to pay for the indigent cases being referred to the
       assessment unit, We currently provide almost 40% reduced or free êvaluations to people
       who are low income or indigent.

Behavioral Health Unit
  1.   Work closely with the Health Department, the 1/1Oth of 1% Committee, and the contracted
       mental health professionalto evaluate appropriate goals and evaluation techniques.

  2.   lncrease access to mental health services and access to community support. Probation
       will create a client assessment form which will be completed by the behãúioral health unit
       staff at the first appointm.ent. ltwill then be completed quarterly with the goal of increasing
       access by to mental health and community resources by a minimum of 8-0%.

Domestic Violence Unit
  L    Review the domestic violence unit by taking a sample of 200 domestic violence clients who
       have complete.d probation and review for recidivism. The sample would pull 100 domestic
       violence unit clients and 100 standard probation population clients to reÙiew for new
       convictions for the same or reduced charge.


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                                                      in groups for domestic violence offenders.




  3.   Management will provide at least twice yearly training on topics related to domestic
       violence.

Probation Depaftment
  1.                            ivi                                                           d
                                ic                                                             clients for
                                wi                                                             pre and
                                e                                                              ction of
                                                                                        recidivism for
       ctientete referred ro our oåþartment *¡tn   i3¡lliålü"""ì'siålði"",:J¡,j&fIiew
  2.   Provide accurate monitoring of court ordered conditions for all courts served by the
       D-gpartment. Randomly review the following monthly audit reports for each prcÃation
       officer's caseload:
           a. Referrals due to close
         b.                                    ue
         c.                                    try, personalcontact or court action in 3 months
         d.                                        þer probation officer, to assure compliance with all


  3.   Provide timely services to individuals referred to probation by the court.
         a. 90% of allAssault cases will be sc reduled'within two úveeks.
         b. 90% of all DUI cases will be scheduled within one month.
         c. 90% of all Domestic Violence Unit cases will be scheduled with-in five working days.
  4. C                        cies and procedures for reporting violations to the court. They will
     in                         the following topic areas:
                                rements
                                d Terminations
         c.   Monitoring Disulfiram (Antabuse) Requirement
         d.   Supervision requirements based on risk and rerisk
         e.   Urinalysis Testing
         f.   Clericál processi-ng policies




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5.   Create efficient and effective communication between localtreatment agencies and
     Whatcom County District Court Probation. Continue to coordinate quarterly meetings with
     the alcohol/drug and batterers treatment agencies in Whatcom County.

6.   Coordinate use of community resources with probation services to provide efficient and
     effective communication between these systems. lnvite one localagency at least every
     other month to present their services to probation staff. The Probation Supervisor will
     coordinate the invitations and track whether or not the objectives have been met.




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District Gourt Probation Expenditure Trends


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District Gourt Probation Expenditure Summary

                                                                                        Budget         Budget      Budget
                                       Actual 2007 Actual           Actual
                                                                                         20't0          2011        2012
GENERAL FUND
1310 District Court Probation
          Salaries & Wages                  850,993        925,577     913,626 ,010,013 936,367 973,739
                                                                                        1

          Benefits                          310,657        350,669     340,078 410,547 376,474 417,555
          Supplies                           25,861         14,562      11,441 .15,907   16,100 16,100
          Professional Services              46,941         72,307      59,574 60/62     56,517 56,517
          Building Maintenance Fees          34,465         35,814      37,882  39,680 38,293 38,293
          Administrative Cost Allocation     57,168         62/56       84,3'19 89,639 93,152 95,947
          Other Services & Charges           44,981         32,887      29,610 49,180    48,666  48,666
       Total District Couñ Probation       1,371,066 1,494,272 1,476,530 1,675,728 1,s65,S69 i,646,Bil
       Percent change from Previous Year      24.3o/o 9.0%                   -1   .2%        1g.s%        -6.6%         s.2%
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          Salaries & Wages                   37,013        31,823       33,425 36,371                    37,097      40,038
          Benefits                           13,708        14,627       16,140 17,578                    '19,062     21,516
          Supplies                            1   ,6'13     1,574          16    ,700        1

          Professional Services               1,463         3,593         780   3,323                       800         800
          Building Maintenance Fees           1,314         1j22
          Administrative Cost Allocation      8,542         5,225
          Other Services &                    1,002          603              450                932        632         632
     TotalDistrictCourt-AlcoholAssessmn      64,6Ss        58,567       50,811              59,904       57,591      62,986
     Percent Change from Previous   Year      42.1o/o -9.4o/o -13.2o/o 17.gyo                              -3.9%        g.4o/o
TOTALDISTRICT COURT                        1,435,721 1,552,839 1,527,341 1,795,692 1,623,160                       1,709,803
Percent change from Previous Year                 7.9o/o     a.2%            -1   .6%        19.6%         -6.s%        s3%




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                                                                                     Budget      Budget          Budget
                                              Actual 200   Actual       Actual
                                                                                      2010           2011         2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
    1310 District Court Probation              1,371,066    1,494,272    1,476,530   1,675,728   1,565,569       1,646,817
     1311     DistCtProb-AlcoholAssessmnt         64,655       58,567       50,811      59,904       57,591         62,986
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Total District Court Probation                 1,435,721 1,552,839       1,527,341 1,735,632     1 ,623,160      1   ,709,803
TOTAL DISTRICT COURT PROBATION                 1,435,721 1,552,839       1,527,341 1,735,632     1 ,623,160      1   ,709,803
                  from Previous Year               7.9o/o     8.2o/o         -1.60/o 13.6%             -6.50/o           5.3o/o




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District Gourt Probation Funding Sources


                                                                                                    2011           2012
                                    Transfers                  Seneral Fund                      227.909,       296,97(.
                                     14.50%                    {dult Probation Service Fee       750,00c        750.00c
                                                               Substance Abuse Service Fee        59,66C         65,257
                                                                                                 350.00c        350.00r
                                                               fransfers                         235,591        247.57(
                                                               Total Fundino                 1   ,623,16C     1,709,80:
                                                General Fund
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District Gourt Probation Revenue Summary

                                                                                Budget      Budget        Budget
                                       Actual       Actual       Actual
                                                                                  2010          2011       2012
GENERAL FUND
1310 District Court Probation
      lntergovernmental Revenue           359,397      387,089        436,78s     420,000       350,000    350,000
      Charges for Services                    120        1,152            972                   750,000    750,000
      Miscellaneous                                                        36
                                                                                  153,210 235,591          247,570
                      Probation
      Total District Court         359,517 388,241 437,793 573,210 ,335,591 ,347 ,S7O       1          1

                             Year 59819.5% 8.Oo/o 12.8o/o 30.9% 133.0o/o O.g%
      Percent Change from Previous
1311 Dist Ct Prob-Alcohol Assessmnt
                 for Services             46,635 49,315 50,700 55,000 59,660 65,257
                                  Assessr 46,635 49,31s s0,700 5s,oo0 s9,660 6s,2s7
      Total District Ct Prob-Alcohol
      Percent Change from Previous Year -15.4o/o   5.7o/o          8.SYo     8.5o/o     9.4o/o
TOTAL D/SrR/Cr COURT PROBATION           406,152 437,556 488,493 628,210 1,395,251 1,412,827
Percent Change from Previous Year               6.9%         7.7o/o     11.60/o     28.60/o 122.1o/o          1.3o/o




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                                                                        POSITION HISTORY

                                                 2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                                     Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                2011 lo
                                      2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of      as of      Changes/      2011       2012        2012
DISTRICT CT PROBATION                 2008      Adiustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals     10t1t10ì.   10t1t2010    Closures   Allocation   Changes    Allocation
urslflct uoun HroDatton Admtntstr€       1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00        (0.50)       0.50                    0.50
Probation Manager                        1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                     1.00                   1.00
Lead Probation Officer                   1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                     1.00                   1.00
Probation Officer                       10.50       (1.00)      9.50                    9.50                     9.50                     9.50                   9.50
Administrative Assistant                 1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00        (1.00)       0.00                   0.00
Substance Abuse Specialist               1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     100         (0.30)       0.70                   0.70
Senior Clerk                             1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     100                      1.00                   1.00
Clerk                                    3.00                   3.00                    3.00                     300         (1.00)       200                    2ññ
TOTAL DISTRICT COURT PROB,              19.50        r.00)     18.50         U.UU      '18.50        o.00       18.50        (2.80       15.70       0.00       15.70




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                                          Executive

L    Maintain a balanced budget while sustaining services that meet the expectations of
     Whatcom County citizens.

2.   Work with County Departments to find creative solutions to decrease expenditures,
     promote efficiencies and strengthen revenues.

3.   Meet with Department Heads and County Councilto prioritize projects and planning for
     county services.

4.   Set up opportunities for citizens to meet individually or as a group with County Executive to
     share their concerns.

5.   Meet at least once a month with Department Heads and Elected Officials to share
     information and develop enhanced teamwork.




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Gounty Executive Expenditure Trends


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County Executive Expenditure Summary


GENERAL FUND
1200 County Executive
         Salaries & Wages                 348,083     375,162        379,567     406,425    388,130     388,130
         Benefits                          94,934     1   10,538     111,346     123,155    121,561     134,801
         Supplies                           5,763          4,121       2,740       4,700      6,200       6,200
         Professional Services                                                       250       250          250
         Building Maintenance Fees         23,837         24,610      25,239      26,436     20,651      20,651
         Administrative Cost Allocation    27,604         28,432      44,392      47,192     32,339      33,309
         Other Services & Charges          21,056         22,594      18,624      23,203     20,124      20,124
TOTAL COUNTY EXECUTIVE                    521,277     565,457        581,908     631,361    589,255     603,465
Percent Change from Previous Year            7.4o/o         8.5o/o      2.9o/o      8.SVo     -6.7o/o      2.4o/o




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                                                                                    2010         2011     2012
OPERATIONS
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                                       521,277     565,457           581,908        631,361              603,465
TOTAL COUNTY EXECUTIVE                 521,277     565,457           581,908        631,361              603,465
Percent Change from Previous Year         7.4%           8.5o/o            2.9o/o      8.5o/o                2.4o/o




                                                                                                                      Page 79
Gounty Executive Funding Sources


                                                     2011           2012
                                   General Fund    589,255       603,46t
                                   Total Fundinq   589,255       603,46s




                                                             Page 80
County Executive Revenue Summary

                                                                                        Budget     Budget
                                          Actual              Actual       Actual 200
                                                                                         2010       20't1
GENERAL FUND
1200 County Executive
      Miscellaneous                                                             3,117
      TotalCounty Executive                                                     3,117
      Percent Change from Previous Year            0   Oo/o            0.0o/o 268.40/o   -100.0%            o.o%:o




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                                                                       POSITION HISTORY

                                                2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                                   Adjusted      2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts       Authorized   Proposed                  20111o
                                    2007-      Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of          as of      Changes/        2011       2012        2012
COUNTY EXECUTIVE                    2008       Adjustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals     1   0/1 /1 0)   101112010    Closures     Allocation   Changes    Allocation
-xecuttve                              1.00                     1.UU                    1 00                        1  00                     1.00                     1.00
)eputy Administrator                   '1.00                    1.00                    1.00                         1.00       (0 40)        0.60                    0.60
:xecutive Assistant                    1.00                     I 00                    1.00                         1.00                     1.00                     1.00
=xecutive Secretary                    1.00                     1.00                    1.00                         1.00                     1.00                     1.00
Admin Secretarv/Grant Coordinatc       0.50        (0.10)      0.40                    040                          0.40                      0.40                    0.40
TOTAL COUNTY EXECUTIVE                 4.50        (0.10)      4.40         0.00       4.40            0.00         4.40        (0.40         4.00        0.00        4.00




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                                    Gooperative Extension

Agricultural & Community Hotticulture
  1.   Provide new technologies and knowledge to emerging and established farmers that
       will help them strengthen agriculture through efficiencies in marketing, distribution and
       production, assuring an abundant and safe supply of food and fiber and remain competitive
       in a globalmarket.

  2.   Assess the food system in Whatcom County including the strengths and challenges of
       the agriculture sector to determine risks to be reduced and emerging products that reflect
       consumer preferences and demand.

  3.   lncrease profitability of agricultural enterprises by teaching sustainable agriculture and
       agricultural entrepreneurship classes to farmers of all sectors.

  4.   Provide knowledge and tools of lntegrated Pest Management for existing and new pests
       to farmers to enable them to make informed decisions while considering water and land
       resources.

  5.   Advance community gardening initiative to assist in community development around
       p-patches and demonstration gardens to aid residents in producing home grown food.

Community Health and Wellness
  1.   Assess the entire food system in Whatcom County, from farm to fork to food disposal, and
       tellthe story to farmers, consumers, and policy makers.

  2.   Dietary quality will improve in youth and adults who complete a series of nutrition education
       lessons. Food Bank clients and food stamp recipients will use a wider range of nutritious
       foods in meal preparation.

  3.   Expose low-income residents who are at risk of food insecurity and poor nutrition to healthy
       food choices using a variety of educational techniques.




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Environmental Stewardshi p
  1.    lmplement education and outreach to build community capacity to reduce stormwater
        quality/quantity impacts associated with landscaping ánd ôtheípractices on residential
        properties.

  2.    Strengthen the.ability to address..priority water resource issues by creating community/
        agency education. partnerships, linking research/science to the cómmunit! and decisilon-
        makers, and utilizing new outreach teóhnologies.

  3.    Create and implement citizen monitoring/science opportunities associated with priority
        water resource issues such as fresh/marine water quality, invasive species, and'privaie
        wells.

  4.    lncrease the public's understanding of water quality and water resources (fresh and
        marine), increase public involvement, and develop-a stewardship ethic among residents.

  5.    Educate and empower 1,500 local citizens to understand the threats to their water
        resources, and to protect and restore marine and freshwater bodies.

  6.    Offer no less than 50 educational classes to help county residents with carbon
        management issues. Partner with at least 6 organizatiohs to facilitate county carbon
        management.

Successful Youth and Families
  'l.   T.egch-   youth and parents communication and family management skills that will reduce the
        risk of substance abuse and other risky behaviors in the Sfrengthening Families Program
        for Parents and Youth 10-14 Years.

  2.    Reduce risk behaviors in youth by improving decision making, communication and
        leadership skills. Promoting healthy liÍestyles, citizenship, an-d wise use of resources will
        result in youth who are prepared for adulthood and for rñaking contributions to society at
        large.

  3.    Readiness for science, engineering and technology education and careers will increase in
        4-H Youth.




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Extension Expenditure Trends


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Extension Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                Budget       Budget       Budget
                                            Actual 200      Actual            Actual
                                                                                                 2010         2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
2000 Extension
        Salaries & Wages                        81,804          87,052            85,795         90,896        89,894       94,336
        Benefits                                31,856          34,303            34,739         39,970       40,861        45,828
        Supplies                                10,213           5,449             4,151          2,674         2,054        2,O54
        Professional Services                  121,030         147,951            83,542          82,376       83,542       83,542
        Building Maintenance Fees               36,518          37,646            38,514          40,342       47,807       47,807
        Administrative Cost Allocation           9,893          10,190            16,273          17,299       12,640       13,019
        Other Services & Charges                16,365          16,796            14,689          17,310       15,109       14,844
        lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs
     Total Extension                           307,679         339,387           277,703        290,867       291.907      301.430
     Percent Change from Previous Year            7.60/o         1O.3o/o          -18.2o/o          4.7%o        0.4o/o       3.3o/o
2001 Extension-Master Composter
        Salaries & Wages                        15,652          15,754            16,128          16,897       15,662       15,662
        Benefits                                 2,527           2,689             2,755           3,094        2,798        3,112
        Supplies                                 1,802                997          1,362           1,400        1,099        1,099
        Professional Services                                                                        100             49           49
        Other Services & Charges                 2,014           1,543             1,452           2,316        1,666        1,666
      Total Extension - Master Composter        21,995          20,983            21,697          23,807       21,274       21,588
      Percent Change from Previous Year           43%                -4.6Yo            3.4o/o       9.7o/o     -10.60/o       1.SVo
2003 Extension-Strength Families
         Salaries & Wages                                       11,830             7,844           9,760        5,280
         Benefits                                                1,278               899             936          583
         Supplies                                                3,457             2,394             932          400
         Other Services & Charges                                   47                 893         4,409        2,200
      Total Extension - Strength Families                       16,612            12,030          16,037        8,463
      Percent Change from Previous Year           0.ÙYo           0.0%            -27.60/o         33.3o/o     -47.2o/o    -100.0%
2004 Extension-WSU Cost Related
         Supplies                                                                                  1,500        1,500        1,500
         Other Services & Charges                                                                  2,500        2,500        2,500
      Total Extension - Strength Families                                                          4,000        4,000        4,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year            0.0o/o            0.0o/o         0.0%            0.0%         0.0%         O 0o/o
TOTAL EXTES/ON                                 329,674         376,982           311,430         334.711      325,644      327,018
Percent Change from Previous Year                  7.3o/o        143%              -17.4o/o         7.5o/o      -2.7Vo        O.4o/o

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Extension Budget by Program




                              Extension Master
                                 Composter
                                   6.74%




                                                 Page 87
Extension Program Summary
                                                                                              Budget     Budget
                                       Actual         Actual         Actual
                                                                                    20't0      2011       2012
OPERATIONS
     GENERAL FUND
     2000 Extension                       307,679        339,388        277,704     290,867    291,907    301,430
     2001 Extension-MasterComposter        21,995         20,983         21,696      23,807    21,274      21,588
     2003 Extension-StrengthFamilies                      16,612         12.O29      16,037      8,463
     2004 Extension-WSU Cost Related                                                  4,000      4,000      4,000
TOTAL EXTENS/ON                           329.674        376,983        311,429     334,711    325.644    327.018
Percent Change from Previous Year               73%        14.4o/o       -17.4o/"      7.5%      -2.7%       04%




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Extension Funding Sources


                                                                  2011          2012
                                        fransfers                28,463        20,000
                                        Miscellaneous Revenue     4.00c         4,000
                                        General Fund            293,181       303,018
                                        fotal Fundino           325,644       327.O18



                            Transfers
                             7.43o/o




                                                                          Page 89
Extension Revenue Summary

                                                                                                    Budget        Budget       Budget
                                           Actual 200      Actual               Actual
                                                                                                     201 0         2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
2000 Extension
      Miscellaneous                                                                  7,505
       Total Ertension                                                               7,505
       Percent Change from Previous Year         0.0o/o              O 0o/o              0.0%        -100:0%          0.0%         O   O%o

2001   Extension-Master Composter
        Other Financing Sources                20,000          20,000               20,000            20,000                     20,000
       Total Extension-Master Composter        20,000          20,000               20,145            20,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                             0   0o/o            O 7o/o         -O.7o/o
2003   Extension-Strength Families
        Miscellaneous                                                                3,700
        Other Financing Sources                                16,615                8,329            16,037         8,463
       Total Extension-Strength Families                       16,615               12,029            16,037
       Percent Change ftom Previous Year          00%                               -27.60/o           33.3o/o      -47.2o/o    -100.0%
2004   Extension-WSU Cost Related
        Miscellaneous                                                                                  4,000                      4,000
      Total Extension-WSU Cost Related                                                                               4,000        4,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year          0.o%                0   0%o             0.0%           o.o%          0.0%
TOTAL EXTES/ON                                 20,000          36,615               39,679            40,o37        32,463       24,000
Percent Change from Previous Year                15.5olo            83.1o/o              8   4o/o        O 9o/"     -18.9olo




                                                                                                                                             Page 90
                                                                     POSITION HISTORY

                                              2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                                  Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                2011 to
                                   2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of       as of     Changes/      2011       2012       2012
EXTENSION                          2008      Adiustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals      10l1t10)   10t112010    Closures   Allocation   Chanqes   A ocation
UIETK                                 1.UU       (u.1uJ       u.9u                   0.90                     0.90        010         1.00                   100
Coordinator                           1.00                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                   1.00                   100
Master Comooster/ Recvcler Coor       0.52                    0.52                   0.52                     o.52                    0.52                   o52
IOTAL EXTENSION                       2.52       t0.10        2.42        o00        242           000        242          010        2.52        000        2.52




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                                    Health - Administration

Administration
  1.   Develop a quality improvement program and perform at least one projecVyear.

  2.   Perform 2 program evaluations per year.

  3.   lmplement a plan to include consideration of health determinants in at least 3 departmental
       program areas.

  4.   Develop standard quarterly financial report format for human service advisory boards.

Emergency Response
  1.   All HD managers and supervisors trained in the appropriate level of the lncident Command
       System

  2.   Development.of plans and participation in at least one exercise (drill, functional or full-scale)
       involving deployment of an Alternate Care Facility.

  3.   Convene community. stakeh.olders at least once to review MRC activities, provide strategic
       guidance, goals, and objectives.

  4.   Provide personal preparedness trainingto all HD staff members to ensure staff safety and
       readiness during crisis or disaster situãtions.




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                               Health - Gommunity Health

1.   tnpl
     Cou
                                 and environmentalchange strategies outlined in the Whatcom
                                 Plan for Healthy & Active Living to increase consumption of
     heal                        sical activity, and decrease tobãcco use and exposuie among
     fami

2.   Facilitate integration of care coordination and specialty clinics for children with special
     health care needs into the Medical Home (primäry caie) setting.

3.   Enhance use of the state immunization registry to increase childhood immunization rates.

4.   Enhance efficiency and effectiveness of Health Department Tuberculosis (TB) services.

5.   Enh,a.nce fYstem of services and supports for emerging families to promote early childhood
     health and well-being.

6.   Complete. a.comp.rehensive community health assessment in order to identiff unmet needs
     and health disparities.




                                                                                                   Page 93
                       Health - Disease Response & Gontrol

1.   lmplement secure electronic reporting of STD cases to WCHD.

2.   Achieve.a higher rate of STD case reporting including partner management plans for
     chlamydia and gonorrhea cases.

3.   Create and distribute STD prevention messages in collaboration with community partners.

4.   Achieve compliance with timely reporting by health care providers.

5.   9.oTnplete comprehensive surveillance plans for designated notifiable conditions including
     bioterrorism agents.




                                                                                                  Page 94
                           Health - Environmental Health

1.   lmplement an online food worker training program.

2.   Complete the^D. rayton Harbor-Marine Recovery Area inventory for all known and
     unknown On Site Septic systems.

3.   lmplement an On Site Septic online training for home owners.

4.   þPlement a loan/grant program to assist homeowners with the repair of failing On Site
     Septic systems.

5.   Assure all permitted camps have approved water systems.

6.   Transition solid waste program data management to electronic format.




                                                                                             Page 95
                                 Health - Human Services

1.   Provide targ.eted youth prevention                           favorable attitudes to alcohol,
     tobacco and other drugs. lncrease                             that provide parenting and
     communication skills and increase

2.   lmplement phase 4 of Whatcom County's plan to end Homelessness.

3.   Fund housing programs that provide housing and services to the most vulnerable and
     chronically homeless populations.

4.   lncrease the number of low income people accessing mental health and chemical
     dependency treatment services.

5.   lncrease the number of adults with developmental disabilities who are earning wages upon
     student's graduation from high school.

6.   Ensure student and parent preparedness for transition into employment and adult services.

7.   lncrease capacity to provide early intervention services (ElS) to eligible children ages birth
     to three.

8.   Ensure robust mental health and chemical dependency services for offenders in and exiting
     from the County jail.




                                                                                                      Page 96
Health Expenditure Trends


$18,000,000



$16,000,000



$14,000,000


$12,000,000



$10,000,000



 $8,000,000



 $6,000,000


 $4,000,000



 $2,000,000



         $o

                  2007         2008   2011   2012
              IActual   trBudget




                                                    Page 97
 Health Expenditure Summary

                                                                                            Budget       Budget
                                         Actual 20        ua             Actual
                                                                                             2010         201'l
GENERAL FUND
 Public Health Administration
   Salaries & Wages                         473,239       498,950           477,806         492,262      461,078         4s6,060
    Benefits                                190,108       222,661           256,105         242,158      299,368         334,246
    Supplies                                 31,8s4        28,013             9,892          37,690        37,690         37,690
    Professional Services                     3,194        16,849                90           '10,000      10,000         10,000
    Building Maintenance Fees                96,863        99,934           102,370          107,228      117,174        117,174
    Administrative Cost Allocation          365,647       376,616           453,866          482,501      491   ,441     506,1 84
    Other Services & Charges                341,653       339,696           341,747          423,532     412,334         436,789
    Debt Service                             50,221        50,221            50,221
    Operating Transfers                           470           241
 TotalPublic Health Administration        1,553,249 1,633,181 '1,692,097 1,795,371 1,829,085                           1,898,143
 Percent Change from Previous Year            12.4o/o 5.1o/o                      3.6%          6.1%            1.go/o      Z.Bo/o
 Public Health Administration Programs
    Salaries & Wages                        198,525 254,455 242,646 248,687 280,538                                      236,167
    Benefits                                 16,550 20,094   2,962 22,578
    Supplies                                 91,492 11,421 1 1,408   8,500   6,793                                         6,793
    Professional Services                   275,426 239,455 99,710 203,300 100,800                                       156,966
    Other Services & Charges                 26,636        13,076             4,346            2,700        2,700          2,700
 Total Public Health Admin Programs         608,629 538,501 361,072 485,765 390,83'1 402,626
 Percent Change from Previous Year           35.8% -11.5% -32.9% 345% -19.s% 3.Oyo
 Community Health
    Salaries & Wages                      1,751,407      1,776,639        1,583,343 1,924,581 1,038,497                1,041,380
    Benefits                                571,988        658,520          633,071 763,488 663,556                      682,414
    Supplies                                109,695        126,998           89,018 106,01s 81,980                        80,46s
    Professional Services                    57,760        45,531            70,391 66,660 97,010                         96,960
    Other Services & Charges                 48,894         56,744           69,761 61,38s 39,849                         39,415
    CapitalOutlay                               _              8,006          9,136
 TotalCommunity Health                    2,539,744 2,672,438 2,454,720 2,922,129 1,920,892                            1,940,634
 Percent Change from Previous Year                1.1%          5.2o/o            -8.1o/o      19.0o/o     -34.3o/o          1.0%




                                                                                                                                     Page 98
 Health Expenditure Summary

                                                                                     Budget                  Budget
                                       Actual          Actual 200   Actual
                                                                                       2010        2011       2012
Environmental Health
  Salaries & Wages                      1,104,465       1,217,681    1,161,032       1,428,522   1,307,812   1,369,398
  Benefits                                353,436         447,300      478,059         573,O27     521,788     585,868
   Supplies                                52,712          32,244          26,979       36,600      38,3s0      34,350
   Professional Services                   29,060          35,473          67,604       35,500     759,784    758,812
   Other Services & Charges                  82J66         93,057      101 ,563        121,O75     98,695     101 ,295
   Residual Equity Transfers                 43,332        39,019
Total Environmental Health              1   ,665,171    1,864,774    '1,835.237      2,194,724 2,726,429     2,849,723
Percent Change from Previous Year               8.2%        12.0o/o         -1.6%        19.60/0     24.2%        4.5o/o
Human Services
  Salaries & Wages                          271,202       256,273      234,867         353,327     187,522    189,259
  Benefits                                  129,095       152,332      174,110         143,636     187,059     210,754
   Supplies                                  28,965         6,883       18,285           8,751       8,850       8,8s0
   Professional Services                3,802,430       3,793,784    3,585,983       4,045,543   3,927,576   3,922,576
    Building Maintenance Fees                20,520        21136           29,675       31,128      37,363     37,363
    Other Services & Charges                 24.045        17,114          21,518       13,855      17,355     17,355
    CapitalOutlay                                                          24j89
    Operating Transfers                                    16,615           8,329                    8,463
TotalHuman    services                  4,276,257 4,264,137 4,096,956 4,596,240 4,374,199 4,386,157
Percent Change from Previous    Year          19.0% -0.3o/o -3.9% 12.2o/o -4.8o/o                                 03%
lj¡sease lnvest. & Response
    Salaries & Wages                        261,276       426,975      672,857         541,716     665,592    717,819
   Benefits                                  94,435       142,662      1   50,1 61     210,861
   Supplies                                   7,676        34,984      318,214          25,550      11,550      11,550
   Professional Services                        597        20,972        5,007          27,300       1,300       1,300
   Other Services & Charges                   7,719        18,001          21,526        9,090       9,400       9,400
   CapitalOutlay                                           18,442          36,999
   Residual Equity Transfers                               23,707
Iofal Drsease lnvest. & Response            371,703 685,743 1,204,764 814,517 681,842 740,069
Percent Change from Previous Year            -24.5o/o 84.5o/o 75.7% -32.4o/o -15.60/o 7.6%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND                     11,014,753 11,658,774 11,644,846 12,808,746 11,929,267 12,217,352
 Percent Change from Previous Year            10.íYo         5.8%            -O.1o/o     10.0o/o     -6.9%        2.4o/o




                                                                                                                           Page 99
 Health Expenditure Summary


121 LOW INCOME HOUSING FUND
    Professional Services                882,218      271,066          227,641        515,000        165,000         165,000
   Other Services & Charges                  145          233               144
 Total Low Income Housing Fund           882,363      271,299          227,785        515,000        16s,000         16s,000
 Percent Change from Previous Year        136.8%       -69.3%            -16.Oo/o      126.1o/r       -68.0%            0.0%
122 HOMELESS HOUSING FUND
    Salaries & Wages                                   35,082           92,756        100,262        109,476         119,823
   Benefits                                                                            27,254
   Supplies                                                70                               500
   Professional Services                  36,586      612,066         1,346,455     1,531,022      1,305,880        1,121,524
   Administrative Cost Allocation                                                             -       14,200          26,190
   Other Services & Charges                  516        1,092               116         2,000
   Operating Transfers                    20,000       20,000            46,720        31   ,180      43,900          46,110
 Total Homeless Housing Fund               57j02      668,310 1,486,047             1,692,218      1,473,456        1.313.647
 Percent Change from Previous Year         302.9%     1070.4o/o          122.4o/o        13.9o/o      -12.9Vo          -10.8o/o
124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY/MENTAL HEALTH FUND
 124100-12411 0 Chemical Dep/Mental Health
    Salaries & Wages                                                    32,395 62,110                156,683         168,657
    Benefits                                                             5,740 9,280
    Supplies                                                                _      1,000               5,000            5,000
    Professional Services                                                   -_ 1,975,120_          1,732,050        1,720,071
    Administrative Cost Allocation                                                                   348,000          348,000
    Other Services & Charges                                                                           2,000            2,000
    Debt Service                                                          2,051
    Operating Transfers                                                155,000        906,475        705,591         717,570
 Total Chemical Dep/Mental Health                                      195,186 2,953,985 2,949,324 2,961,298
 Percent         from Previous Year          O.Oo/o                      O.Oo/o 1413.4o/o    -0.2o/o 04%
TOTAL HEALTH                           11,954,218 12,598,383      1                 17,969,949     16,517,047 16,657,297
 Percent Change from Previous Year          15.5o/o       5.4Yo            7.60/o        32.6%          -8.',\o/o        o.8%




                                                                                                                                  Page 100
Health Budget by Progratñ




                            Page 101
Health Program Summary
                                                                                                               Budget       Budget        Budget
                                                              Actual       Actual            Actual
                                                                                                                2010         2011          2012
OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
              Public Health Administration                     1,552,777    1,632,939         1,692,097    1,795,371        1,829,085     1,898,143
              Public Health Administration Programs              608,628      538,500           361,071      485,765         390,831        402,626
              Community Health                                 2,539,743    2,664,431         2,445,584    2,922,129        1,920,892     1,940,634
              Environmental Health                             1,621,839    1,825,754         1,835,237    2,194,724        2,726,429     2,849,723
              Human Services                                   4,276,257    4,247,522         4.064,438    4,596,240        4,365,725     4,386,157
              Disease lnvest. & Response                         371,703      643,595         't,167,764     814,517          687,842       740,069
      121 LOW INCOME HOUSING FUND                                882,362      271,298           227,785      515,000         165,000       165,000
      122 HOMELESS HOUSING FUND                                   37J02       648,309         1,439,328    1,661,038        1,429,556     1,267,537
      I24 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY/MENTAL HEALTH           I                                          40,185    2,047,510        2,243,733     2,243,728
Total Health Operations                                       11,890,411 12,472,348 13,273,489 17,032,294 1s,759,093 15,893,617
CAPITAL
      GENERAL FUND
              Community Health                                                  8,006             9,136
              Human Services                                                                     24,189
              Disease lnvest. & Response                                       18,442            36,999
Total Health Capital                                                           26,448            70,324
TRANSFERS
      GENERAL FUND
              Public Health Administration                           470            241
              Environmental Health                                43,332       39,019
              Human Services                                                   16,615             8,329                         8,463
              Disease lnvest. & Response                                       23,707
      122 HOMELESS HOUSING FUND                                   20,000       20,000            46.720          31,180        43,900       46,110
      124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY/MENTAL HEALTH               I                           155,000 906,475 705,591                              717,570
Total Health Transfers                                            63,802       99,582 210,049 937,65s 757,954                              763,680
TOTAL   HEALTH                                                11,954,213 12,598,378 13,553,862 17,969,949 16,517,047 16,657,297
Percent Change from Previous Year                                  15.5%            5.4o/o            7.60/o      32.60/o       -8.1o/o        0.8o/o




                                                                                                                                                        Page 102
Health Funding Sources


                                                                                                                   2011            2012
                                                                        -icenses & Permits                      981,600       1.036.85C
                                                                        nteroovernmental Revenue              7,061,874       6.741.42r
                                                                        -695 Reolacement Revenue                855.863         855.863
                                                                        )rooertv & Sales Taxes                  650,74€         670.11t
                                                                        3haroes for Services                    902,094         918,134
                                                                        -ow lncome Hso Filinq Fees              170.00c         179.00C
                                                                        Homeless Hsq Filino Fees                731.85C         768,443
                                                                        Shemical Deoendencv/Mental            3.229.25C       3.352.000
 Licenses & Permits
                                                                        Coeratinq Transfers                     175.84e         178,056
       6.06%
                                                                        General Fund                           1,768,03C      2.100.906
                                                                        Fund Balance*                          -76R n6t        -907.178
                                                                        Total Fundinq                        15.759.093      15.893.617




                                                    l-695 Replacement
                                                         Revenue
                                                             5.14Yo

                                                 Property & Sales
                                                      Taxes
                                                      3.96%

                                        Charges for Services
                                                   5.460/0
                                 Low lncome Hsg
                                   Filing Fees
                                       1.05o/o
                         Homeless Hsg Filing
                                Fees
                               4.50%

                                                                        " Fund balance is not included in above chart.




                                                                                                                           Page 103
Health Revenue Summary

                                                                                                          Budget        Budget      Budget
                                                    Actual           Actual            Actual
                                                                                                           2010          2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
     Public Health Administration
      Taxes
      Business Licenses & Permits
       ntergovernmental Revenue
       I                                               855,863          855,863           855,863          855,863       855,863      855,863
      Charges for Services                                    31            378                     I
      Fines and Forfeits
      Miscellaneous                                          260              530                105
      Total  ealth Ad mi nistration
              H                                        856,154                771         855,976          855,863                    855,863
      Percent Change from Previous         Year              0.0Yo            O.1o/o            -0.1o/o        0.0%         0.0%             0.0%
      Public Health Administration Programs
       lntergovernmental Revenue                       307,133          227,712           1   54,1 98      270,000       220,000      220p00
       Charges for Services                            120,458          103,417               97,758       113,100       102,200       102,200
       Miscellaneous                                         325
      Total P u bl ic H e a lth Ad mi ni stration      427,916          331,129           251,956          383,100                    322,200
      Percent Change from Previous Year                  65.2%           -22.6%               -23.9o/o        52.1o/o     -15.9%             0.0%
      Community Health
       lntergovernmental Revenue                     1,644,739 1,499,879                1,480,461         1,241,028      957,265      829,065
       Charges for Services                             82,539 79,392                      46,445            74,000       40,000       40,000
       Miscellaneous                                    13,644            3,877                1,596          2,000
      TotalCommunity      Health                     1,740,922 1,583,148                1,S2B,SO2         1,317,O28      997,265      869,065
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year                  22.1o/o         -9.06%               -3.45o/o      -13.84o/o    -24.28o/o     -12.860/o
      Environmental Health
       Business Licenses & Permits                     767,522          720,921           976,451          950,211 981,600          1,036,850
       lntergovernmental Revenue                       215,481          556,278           531,803          430,737 1 ,162,946       1 ,1   61 ,946
       Charges for Services                            187,630          206,856           447,346          520,929 343,630            347,680
       Fines and Forfeits                                    125
       Other Financing Sources                          50,727           23,218           117,808          121,760 122,946             122,946
      Total Environmental Health                     1.221.485                  73      2,O73,408         2,023,637     2,611j22    2,669,422
      Percent Change from Previous Year                  -7.9%           23.40o/o             37.560/o       -2.40o/o     29.03Yo           2.23%




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Health Revenue Summary

                                                                                     Budget      Budget      Budget
                                              Actual       Actual        Actual
                                                                                      2010        2011       20't2
       Human Services
        Taxes                                     509,416 560,632 604,725 629,000 650,746 670,118
        lntergovernmental Revenue                3,679,857 3,686,975 3,669,656 3,935,485 3,913,073 3,913,073
        Charges for Services                       43,112 52,034 52,710 48,000                   416,200 428j90
        Miscellaneous                                  316  839   1,122    64     64                               64
        Other Financing Sources                    70,533 85,891        486,655 52,900
                                                                          102,492                             55,110
       Total HumanServices                       4,303,234 4,386,371 4,430,705 5,099,204 5,032,983 5,066,555
       Percent Change from Previous Year             13.8o/o     1.93o/o     1 .01o/o 1 5.09%     -1 .30o/o    0.670/o
       Disease lnvest. & Response
        lntergovernmental Revenue                  179,935    526,088     866,875     333,311    333,341 333,341
        Miscellaneous                                   120        505       8,282
        Other Financing Sources                         135                 18,959
       Total Disease lnvest. & Response            180,190 526,593 894,116 333,311               333,341 333,341
       Percent Change from Previous Year             -4.8% 192.24o/o        69.790/o -62.720/o      o.o1%
TOTAL GENERAL    FtiND                           8,729,901 9,191,285 10,034,663 10,012,143 10,152,774 10,116,446
Percent Change from Previous Year                    11.4o/o     5.29o/o 9.18o/o -O.22%             1.40o/o -0.36%
121 LOW INCOME HOUSING FUND
        Charges for Services                       283,695    230,588     253,701     240,000 170,000 179,000
       Total Low lncome Housing Fund               283,695    230,s88     253.701     240,000 170,000 179,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year              -6.9%    -18.72o/o    10.02o/o    -5.40% -29.17o/o        5.29o/o
122 HOMELESS HOUSING FUND
         lntergovernmental Revenue                            312,716     812,068     953,897    475,249 284,000
        Charges   for Services                     443,053    528,938     778,670     553,000    731,850 768,443
       Total Homeless Housing Fund                 443,053    841,654 1,590,738 1,506,897 1,207,099 1,052,443
       Percent Change from Previous Year             41 .0o/o   89.97o/o    89.00%      -5.27o/o -19.90% -12.810/0
1 24 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY/MENTAL HEALTH FUND

       124100-12411 0 Chemical Dep/Mental Health
        Taxes                                                            2,425,300 3,200,000 3,196,000 3,315,000
         Miscellaneous                                                      22,986                  33,250    37,000
        Other Financing Sources                                            155,000
       Total Chemical Dep/Mental Health Fund                         -   2,603,286 3,200,000 3,229,250 3,352,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year               0.0%      0.00%       0.00%     22.92o/o     0.91%       3.80%
TOTAL HEALTH                                     9,4s6,649 10,263,527 14,482,388 14,959,040 14,759,123 14,699,889
Percent Change ftom Previous Year                    11.8o/o     8.53%      41 .11o/o    3 29o/o   -1 .34o/o

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                                                                     POSITION HISTORY


                                                  2008 to                 2009 to                 Addtns &
                                     Adjusted      2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning   Adjustmts    Authorized      Proposed                     2O11 to
                                      2007-      Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of        as of         Changes/           2011       2012          2012
HEALTH                                2008       Adiustmts     Totals    Adjustmts     Totals     1Ol1l1O)     10t1t2010       Closures        Allocation   Chanqes     Allocation
Health Officer                           U.t'U                    0.60                     U.þU                      0.60                            o.60                     0.60
Health Department Director               1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Assistant Director                       1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Community Health Manager                 1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Environmential Health Svcs Manager       1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Disease Ctrl & Emerg. Resp. Mgr.         1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00             (1 00)        0.00                     0.00
Client Services Supervisor               1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      't.00            (1 00)        0.00                     0.00
Public Health Nurse Supervisor           3.00                     3.00                     3.00                      3.00                           3.00                     3.00
Public Health Nurse                     17.30        (2.00)      15.30                    15.30                     15.30             (4 00)       11.30       (0.30)       11.00
Epidemiologist                           0.00                     0.00                     0.00                      0.00                           0.00        1.00         1.00
Medical Assistant                        1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Nutrition Supervisor                     1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00       (1.00)        0.00
Nutritionist                             2.OO                     2.00                     2.00                      2.00                           2.00       (1.00)        1.00
WIC Certifier                            2.70                     2.70                     2.70                      2.70                           2.70       (2.70)        0.00
Social Worker                            0.80                     0.80                     0.80                      0.80                           0.80        0.20         1.00
Care Coordinator                         0.80                     0.80                     0.80                      0.80                           0.80       (0.80)        0.00
Business Services Supervisor             1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                            1.00                    1.00
Financial Services Coordinator           1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                            1.00                    1.00
Technical Services Coordinator           1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00             (1.00)        0.00                     0.00
Accountant                               0.00                     0.00                     0.00        1.00          1.00                            1.00                    1.00
Account Clerk                            1.50                     1.50                     1.50                      1.50              0.50         2.OO                     2.00
Clerk                                    1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Office Coordinator                       1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
ClerUTypist                             16.00        (1.00)      15.00       (1.00)       14.00                     14.00             (1.00)       13.00       (2.00)       11.00
Prevention Coordinator                   4.00                     4.00                     4.00       (s.00)         1.00                           1.00       (1.00)        0.00
Community Health Specialist              0.00                     0.00                     0.00        2.00          2.00             (1.00)        1.00                     1.00
Environmental Health Supervisor          3.00                     3.00                     3.00                      3.00                           3.00                     3.00
Environmental Health Specialist         18.00        (1.50)      16.50                    16.50                     16.50             (3.50)       13.00                    13.00
Human Services Manager                   1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Contract Coordinator                     1.00        (0.50)       0.50                     0.50                      0.50              0.50         1.00                     1.00
Program Specialist                       4.00         1.00        5.00                     5.00        1.00          6.00             (1.00)        5.00                     5.00
Health lnformation Specialist            1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
Data Aoolications Soecialist             1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                           1.00                     1.00
TOTAL HEALTH                            90.70        (4.0t       86.70       t1.001       85.70        100          öþ.   /u      (   12.5U        74.20       (7.6(        66.60




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                                    Hearing Examiner

1.   Condu.ct open.record. hearings. on regulatory enactments on behalf of the County Council in
     accordance with guidelines set forth'in the Open Public Meetings Act.

2.   Submit all recommendations and decisions in a timely manner, as required by law.

3.   lntegrate growth management, SEPA, shoreline and other processes as required.

4.   Prepare oldest two years of archived records for destruction.

5.   Develop and implement an archiving system for all Hearing Examiner records.

6.   Draft a desk manual of office procedures for the Hearing Examiner Coordinator position.




                                                                                                   Page 107
Hearing Examiner Expenditure Trends


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                                                                   Page 108
Hearing Examiner Expenditure Summary

                                                                                             Budget      Budget
                                          Actual 20      Actual            Actual
                                                                                              2010        2011        2012
GENERAL FUND
1600 Hearing Examiner
         Salaries & Wages                     45,240         47,513            49,742          51,600     51,084      52,618
         Benefits                             16,810         1   8,1 06        18,703         21,128      21,370      23,853
         Supplies                              1,908             1,227              300          970       1,278        1,278
         Professional Services                83,459         85,297            85,422          85,590     82,589      82,589
         Building Maintenance Fees             6,447          6,648             6,805           7,127      6,928       6,928
         Administrative Cost Allocation        5,283          5,441             5,781           6,146      9,107       9,380
         Other Services & Charges              3,341          3,110             3,1 67          3,466      3,995       3,995
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs
TOTAL HEARING EXAMINER                       162,488        167,342           169,920         176,027     176,351     180,641
Percent Change from Previous Year              12.1o/o            3.0o/o            1.5o/o       3.6Yo       0.2o/o      2.4%




                                                                                                                                Page 109
Hearing Examiner Budget by Program




                                     Page 110
Hearing Examiner Program Summary

                            Actual 2007 Actual                       Budget   Budget
                                                    Actual
                                                              2010    2011     20't2
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
    1600 Hearing Examiner      162,488     167   ,342 169,920 176,027 176,351   180,641
TOTAL HEARING EXAMINER                                                176,351   180,641




                                                                                          Page 111
Hearing Examiner Funding Sources


                                                     2011           2012
                                   General Fund    176,351        180,641
                                   Total Fundino   176.3s1        180.641




                                                             Page 112
                                                           POSITION HISTORY

                                     2008 to                2009 to                 Addtns &
                         Adjusted     2009      Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                20111o
                          2007-     Addtns &     2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of      as of      Changes/      2011       2012       2012
HEARING EXAMINER          2008      Adiustmts    Totals    Adiustmts    Totals      1Ol1l10)   101112010    Closures   Allocation   Chanoes   Allocation
Coord¡nator                  100                    1.00                    100                     't 00                   100                     100
TOTAL HEARING EXAMINER       lUU         o00        1.00        000         100         000         100         000         100         oo0         100




                                                                                                                                                  Page 113
                                 Juvenile - Adm inistration

1.   Consistent with the intent of the.legislature under Chapter 13 of the Revised Code of
     Washington,Wh.glggT County Juvênile Court wilt proüiOé a sVstem caoable of havino
     vvasrllllgton, vvnalcom Uounly Juvenlle Uourt wtll pfovide
     pfmary responsibility       Uqiry
                            fçr, Uqittg accountable for, añd respondíng to
     ofienders and their victims. lt is the further intent of the Ëgislatu-re t
                                                                  lèoislatu-re
     held accountable for their offenses and that
     qarry
                                                    communities,'fam¡lies,                         s
                                                             Further, we recognize the legislature
     decla
        a.
        b.                                                veniles have committed offenses as
        c.   Make the juvenile offender accountable for his or her criminal behavior;
        d.   Provide for punishnnnt commensurate with the age, crime, an¿ cr¡m¡nål history of
             the juvenile offender;
       e.                                               to have committed an offense;
       Í.
       g.                                               äiJ fl ,' ::HÎT"Í.î[,   åi"iî,':i :g:i   331T,,," n,
        h.
        i.                                               he operation, funding, and evaluation of
                                                         m and related services at the state and
             Provide for a clear policy to determine what types of offenders shall receive
             punlshment, treatment, or both, and to determine the jurisdictional limitations of the
                                                         s;
       k.                                                     ju
                                                              d
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     Maintain active pool.of Volunteer Guardian Ad Litems (CASA) to represent the best
     interests of children in the dependency process.

3.   Provide detention services consistent with the intent of       Rcw 13.16.030.
4.   Provide services relating to At-Risk Youth, Child in Need of Services, and Truancv
     consistent with RCW 13.324, RCW 28A.225.030, and RCW 2BA.22S.O}S.




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Juvenile Expenditure Trends


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             lActual   tr Budget




                                                          Page 115
Juvenile Court Expenditure Summary

                                                      Actual 200     Actual                           Budgel        Budget        Budget
                                                                                       Actual 200
                                                                                                       2010          2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
1900 Juvenile Court Administration
        Salaries & Wages                               1,005,939      1,040,675         1,004,144     1,199,716     1,031,805     1,061,189
        Benefits                                         350,785        365,547           355,723       431,924       392,948       437,581
        Supplies                                          21,873         32,625            20,370       13,650         11,205        11,266
        Professional Services                             27,253         20,009            19,758       21,200         22,700        22,700
        Building Maintenance Fees                         64,343         66,430            68,125       71,357         68,864        68,864
        Administrative Cost Allocation                   156,928        161,636           190,646      202,675        170,988       176,118
        Other Services & Charges                          73,645         75,549            75,621       96,128        100,903      101,889
        Capital                                                           6,504
       Total J uve nil e Co u tt Ad mi n i stration    1,700,766      1,768,975         1,734,387                   1,799,413     1,879
       Percent Change from Previous Year                   15.4o/"            4.0o/o        -2.Oo/o      17.4o/o       -11.60/o           4.5o/o
1935   Juvenile Court - CASA Program
          Salaries & Wages                                               32,910            40,540       51,638        43,267        43,520
          Benefits                                                       12,238            16,755       21,134        19,399        21,857
          Supplies                                                        5,568               318                         153          250
          Professional Services                                                               200
          Other Services & Charges                                            753             700                      3,000
       Total Juvenile Court - CASA                                       51,509            58,513       72.772        65,819                 7
       Percent             from Previous Year               0.Oo/o         0.0%             13.60/"      24.4o/o        -9.60lo       -O.3o/o
1945   Juvenile Court-Com. Just Ctr
          Salaries & Wages                               206,542        225,467           142,564      256j64         48,566        50,294
          Benefits                                        83,988         94,639            62,591      113,498        21,362        23,830
          Supplies                                         4,922          4,357             1,354        4,050
          Professional Services                            4,375          5,657             3,304        1   ,018
          Building Maintenance Fees                       13,778         14,225            14,282       14,885
          Other Services & Charges                        31,389         34,255            33,261       23,952
       Total Juvenile Court-Com. Just Ctr                344           378,600           257,356       413,567        69,928        74,124
       Percent             from Previous Year              13.4o/o            9.7o/o       -32.0o/o      60.7o/o       -83.1o/o           6.0olo




                                                                                                                                                   Page 116
Juvenile Gourt Expenditure Summary

                                             Actual 200                                    Budget     Budget       Budget
                                                            Actual         Actual
                                                                                            2010       2011         2012
1950 Juvenile Court - CJS
          Salaries & Wages                       68,485         92,168         96,534       116,457     69,372       71,661
          Benefits                               24,998         36,944         38,426        46,671    24,314       27,252
          Supplies                               14,169         17,050          1,469       25,1 89    25,189        25,189
          Professional Services                  80,177         74,687         60,490       93,125     85,125       85,1 25
          Building Maintenance Fees               6,889          7,113          7,141        7,517
          Other Services & Charges               19,025         21,896         20,805        10,013      1,759        2,197
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                                      3,000
          Residual        Transfers               4,000
       Total Juvenile Court - CJS               217,743 249,858 224,865 301,972 205,759                             211,424
       Percent change from Previous Year         -18.3o/o 14.7o/o -10.0o/o 34.3o/o -31 .go/o                           2.go/o
1952   Parole DetenUHome Port
          Salaries & Wages
          Benefits                                  829
          Supplies                                  (58)                            116       1,000      1,000        1,000
          Professional Services                  18,000                                       8,000     8,000         8,000
          Other Services & Charges                   70
         CapitalOutlay                                                                         849        849          849
       Total Parole DetenUHome Port              18.841                             116      9,849      9,849         9,849
       Percent          from Previous Year       -54.1o/o      -100.0%              0.0%   8390.s%        0.0o/o       O.Oo/o
1959   Becca Bill
          Salaries & Wages                       55,372         47,583         50,374       54,592     55,713       59,576
          Benefits                               18,185         18,273         18,976       23,787     22,285       25,262
          Supplies                                                   269            134        500        500           500
          Other Services & Charges                  882          1,750          1,488         1,025      1,025        1,050
       Total Becca Bill                          74,439         67,875         70,972       79,904     79,523       86,388




                                                                                                                                Page 117
Juvenile Gourt Expenditure Summary

                                               Actual 2007 Actual                              Budget        Budget
                                                                             Actual
                                                                                                 2010          2011          2012
1961 -1965/1995 Grants
          Salaries & Wages                         60,905        78,544          75,757           68,424        67,372        69,398
          Benefits                                 16,111        23,111          23,260           24,007        24,063        26,956
          Supplies                                  9,833        10,782           5,374            7,802         8,800         7,802
          Professional Services                    44,886        62,083          82,791           51,518        33,018        33,018
          Building Maintenance Fees                 6,889         7,111           7,141            7,518
          Other Services & Charges                 24,103        23,179          19,388            7,519         4,937         4,937
       Total 1 961 -1 965/1 995 Granfs            162,727      204,810          213.711         166,788       138,190       142,111
      Percent Change from Previous Year             13.Oo/o       25.9%               4.3o/o      -22.0o/o      -17.1o/o        2.8o/o
1970 Juvenile Court - Res. Care
          Salaries & Wages                        786,660      835,595          861,327         933,271      1,031,824     1,083,127
          Benefits                                301,577      350,918          357,266         432,744        448,358      497,941
          Supplies                                 84,544        89,351          81,862          89,200         78,800       83,700
          Professional Services                     2,079         1,262           2,788            1,659         5,000         5,242
          Building Maintenance Fees               194,232       200,428         204,688         214,400        207,400      207,400
          Other Services &                         13,010        11,756          10.246          13,812         17j80        17,962
       Total Juvenile Court - Res Care          1382j02       1,489,310       1,518,177        1,685,086     1,788,562     1,895,372
      Percent             from Previous Year         5.7o/o         7.8%              1.9o/o       11.0o/o        61%           6.0%
TOTAL JUVENILE COURT                            3,901,612     4,210,937       4,078.097        4,766,588     4,157,043     4,364,502
Percent           from Previous Year                 8.0o/o         7.9o/o        -3.2o/o          16.9o/o      -12.8o/o        5.0%




                                                                                                                                         Page 118
Juvenile Court Budget by Program




                                       Community
                                      Justice Center
                                          1.69Yo

                                     Other Grant
                                   Funded Activities
                                       6.89%




                                                       Page 119
Juvenile Court Program Summary
                                                                                          Budget      Budget      Budget
                                                 Actual       Actual   2   Actual
                                                                                           2010        2011        2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
     1900 JuvenileCourtAdministration             1,700,766    1,762,471    1,734,388     2,036,650   1,799,413   1,879,607
     1935 Juvenile Court - CASA Program                           51,508       58,514        72,772      65,819      65,627
     1945 Juvenile Court-Com. Just Ctr              344,994      378,599      257,356      413,567       69,928      74,124
     1950 Juvenile Court - CJS                      213,744      249,857      224,864      301,972      205,759     211,424
     1952 Juvenile Court - Patrol Detention          18,841                         116      9,000        9,000       9,000
     1959 Becca Bill                                 74,438       67,874       70,973       79,904       79,523      86,388
     1961 Grants                                    162,726      204,811      213,711      166,788     138,190      142,111
     1970 Juvenile Court - Res. Care              1,382J02     1,489,310    1,518,178     1,685,086   1,788,562   1,895,372
Total Juvenile Coutt                              3,897,611    4.204,430            100   4,765,739   4,156,194
CAPITAL
     GENERAL FUND
     1900    JuvenileCourtAdministration
     1952    Juvenile Court - Patrol Detention
TotalJuvenile Court

      GENERAL FUND
      1950 Juvenile Court - CJS                       4 000
Total Juvenile Court Transfers                        4,000
TOTAL JUVENTLE     COURT                          3,901,61  1 4,210,934 4,078,100 4,766,588 4,157,O43 4,364,502
Percent Change from Previous   Year                       8.0o/o 7.9o/o -3.2% 16.g0/o -12.8o/o 5.0o/o




                                                                                                                              Page 120
Juvenile Court Funding Sources

                                 lntergovernmental
                                      Revenue                                                            2011           2012
                                      14.95o/o                            Service Charqes & Fees       57.00c          57,000
                                                                          Seneral Fund               3.461.404      3,664,95s
                                                                          ntergovernmental Revenue    633,79C         640 198
                                                                          Miscellaneous Revenue         4,00c           1,500
                                                     Miscellaneous
                                                       Revenue
                                                                          fotal Fundinq              4.156.194      4,363,653
                                                        0.06%



                                                      Service Charges &
                                                             Fees
                                                            1.34Yo




      General Fund
        83.640/o




                                                                                                                 Page 121
Juvenile Gourt Revenue Summary

                                                                                                           Budget         Budget       Budget
                                                   Actual            Actual             Actual
                                                                                                            2010           2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
1900 Juvenile Court Administration
      lntergovernmental Revenue                        37,335           112,336             99,1 04          64,710         64,710       64,710
      Charges for Services                              8,098            12,471              3,852            3,000          3,000        3,000
     Total J uve nile Cou ti Ad mi ni strati o n                        124,807            102,956           67,710         67,710       67,710
     PeÌcent Change from Previous Year                 198.0%            174.7o/o           -17.5o/o         -34.2o/o         O.OYo        O.Oo/"
1935 Juvenile Court - CASA Program
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                          53,272             48,503           s0,000         68,000       68,000
        TotalJuvenile Court - CASA Program                               53.272             48,503           50,000         68,000       68,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                    0.0%              0.0o/o          -9.0%             3.1o/"       36.0%         0.0%
1945 Juvenile Court-Com. Just Ctr
         ntergovernmental Revenue
         I                                             46,317            48,218             16,066           58,000
         Other Financing Sources                                          6,240
      Total Juvenile Court-Com. Just Ctr               46.317            54,458             16,066           58,000
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year                     O.Oo/o        17.60/o           -70.5o/o         261 .0o/o     -100.0%         0.0%
1950 Juvenile Court - CJS
        ntergovernmental Revenue
         I                                            227,505           256,311            232,O49          311,290        220,953      220,953
      Total Juvenile Court - CJS                      227,505           256,311            232,O49          311,290        220,953      220,953
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year                 -26.9%            12.7o/o                -9.5o/o      34.1o/o       -29.Oo/o       0.0%
1953 Juvenile Court - Parole Detent
        ntergovernmental Revenue
         I                                             16,960            30,420             20,100           13,000         13,000       13,000
      Total Juvenile Court -Parole Detent              16,960            30,420             20,100           13,000         13,000       13,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 -45.2%            79.4Yo            -33.9%           -35.3o/o         0.0%         O.Oo/o

1959 Becca Bill
        ntergovernmental Revenue
         I                                             65,488            75,000             81,619           83,360         83,360       89,768
      Total Becca Bill                                 65,488            75,000             81,619           83,360         83,360       89,768
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 -14.4o/o          14.5o/o             8.8%              2.1o/o        0.0o/o       7.7o/o
1961 -1965/1995 Grants
       lntergovernmental Revenue                      183,484           161 ,507           143,446          157,095        157,095      157,095
       Miscellaneous                                                     24,768             62,229
       Other Financing Sources                          9,119             1,575              8,362           10,000          2,500
      Total Juvenile Couti - Grants                   192,603           187,850            214,03V          167,095        159,595      157,095
      Percent Change from Previous Year                     O.7o/o            -2.5o/o        13.9o/o          -21 .9o/o      -4.50h       -1 .60/o


                                                                                                                                                     Page 122
Juvenile Court Revenue Summary

                                                                                            Budget       Budget     Budget
                                          Actual           Actual         Actual
                                                                                             2010         2011       2012
1970 Juvenile  Court - Res. Care
       lntergovernmental Revenue                 26,1 86       24,792         21,930 26,672 26,672                     26,672
       Charges for Services                  1   10,609        76,635         37,286 54,000 54,000                     54,000
       Miscellaneous                                993             755         692   1,s00 1,500                       1,500
      Total Juvenile CoutT - Res. Care       137,788 102J82                   59,908          82,172       82,172      82,172
      Percent Change from Previous Year            -6.40/o     -25.8o/o       -41   .4o/o      37.2o/o       0.0%        o.o%
TOTAL JUVENTLE   COURT                       732,094 884,300 775,238 832,627 694,790                                  698,698
Percent Change from Previous Year                  -5.2o/o      20.8%         -12.3o/o          7.4%       -16.60/o      0.6%




                                                                                                                                Page 123
                                                                    POSITION HISTORY


                                                 2008 to                2009 to                Addtns &
                                     Adjusted     2009      Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                    2011 lo
                                      2007-     Addtns &     2009      Addtns &      2010        (as of      as of      Changes/       2011          2012       2012
JUVENILE                              2008      Adiustmts    Totals    Adiustmts    Totals     10t1t10\    1011t2010    Closures     Allocation     Chanqes   Allocation
JUvCr ilrE \/UUI L á\OfIIntSIraIOT       1.UU                     00                      00
                                                                1                       1                        1 00                          00
                                                                                                                                           1                       1.00
Community Programs Manager               1.00                   1.00                    1.00                     1.00       (1.00)         0.00                    0.00
Community Justice Technician             0.60                  0.60                     0.60                    0.60        (0.60)         0.00                    0.00
Administrative Assistant                 1.00                   1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Assistant Ad ministrator                 1.00                   1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Case Aide Monitor                        2.00                  2.OO                     2.00                    2.00        (2.00)         0.00                    0.00
Clerk                                    100                    1.00                   1.00                      1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Accounting Technician                    1.00                   1.00                   1.00                      1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Account Clerk                            1.00                   1.00                   1.00                      1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Legal Secretary                          5.00                  5.00                    5.00                     s.00        (1.00)         4.00                    4.00
Probation Officer                      11.00                  11.00                   11.00                                 (r.oo)
                                                                                                               11.00                     10.00                    10.00
Detention Manager                       1.00                   1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Juvenile Detention Officer             15.00                  15.00                   15.00                    15.00                     15.00                    15.00
Nurse Practioner                        0.70                   0.70                     0.70                    0.70                      0.70                     0.70
Medical Assistant                       0.50                   0.50                     0.50                    0.50        (0.50)        0.00                     0.00
CASA Volunteer Coordinator              1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00        (0.30)        0.70                     0.70
Day Report¡ng Coordinator               1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00        (1.00)        0.00                     0.00
Service Learning Coordinator            1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00        (1 oo)        0.00                     0.00
Prooram Soecialist                      1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                    1.00
TOTAL JUVENILE COURT ADMIN.            46 80         0.00      +ö.öu        000       46.80         000                     (8.401
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                                              Actual 2007 Actual                            Budget         Budget      Budget
                                                                          Actual
                                                                                              2010          2011        2012
GENERAL FUND
2100 Medical Examiner
        Professional Services                    309,047      355,230        371,971          366,010      391,991     403,301
     Total Medical Examiner                      309,047      355,230        371,971          366,010      391,991     403,301
     Percent            from Previous Year           4.8o/o     14.9o/o            4.7o/o        -1.6%         71%        2.9o/o
2945 LEOFF I MedicalBenefits
        Benefits                                 236,007      236,231        112,326
        Professional Services                     20,139       99,656         50,430
        Residual Equity Transfers              3,500,000
     Total LEOFF I Medical Benefits            3,756,146      335,887        162,756
     Percent            from Previous Year        885.4%o      -91j%           -515%          -100.0%         0.0%
4019 Historical Document Presrvtn
        Professional Services                     13,000        8,000          8,000            8,000
        Other Services & Charges                                                                             8,000       8 000
     Total H istorical Docu ment Presrvtn         13,000        8,000          8,000            8,000        8,000       8 000
     Percent            from Previous Year           o.0%      -38.5%              0.0o/o        0.0o/o       0.0o/o      0.Oo/o
4024 Assessor/ Treasurer System
        Salaries & Wages                                                       1,444         294,225
        Benefits                                                                 140           59,1 04
        Supplies                                                                               16,000
        Professional Services                                                 85,000          160,512
        Other Services & Charges                                                               10,114
          CapitalOutlay                                                      639,958        1,512,196
          Debt Service                                                         8,250           16,500       28,000      30,121
       Iofal Assessor/ Treasurer                                             734,792        2,068,651       28          30,121
       Percent           from Previous Year                        0.0%            0.0o/o      181 .5o/o    -98.6%        7.60/o
4025   lndigent Burial
          Professional Services                   11,664       13,786         12,848           18,000       18,000      18,000
       Total           Burial                     11,664       13,786                          18,000       18,000      18,000
       Percent           from Previous Year       -23.5o/o      18.2o/o            -6.8To       4O.1o/o       O.Oo/o      0.0o/o
4035   County Morgue
          Other Services & Charges                44,466      41,636          46,135           46,914       48,053      48,983
       Total                                      44,466      41,636          46,135           46,914       48,053      48,983
       Percent           from Previous Year         -5.7o/o     -6.4o/o        10.8%             1.7o/o       2.4o/o      1.9o/o

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                                                Actual 2007 Actual                            Budget       Budget       Budget
                                                                              Actual
                                                                                               2010         2011         2012
4038   ConservationActivities
         Other Services & Charges                   49,774        35,234          39,354       40,000        8,000        8,000
       Tota I Co n seruati on Activitie
                                  s                     774       35,234          39           40,000         8,000       8,000
       Percent Chanqe from Previous Year               0.0%       -29.2o/o         11.7o/o        1.60/o     -80.0%        0.0%
4050   Domestic Violence
          Professional Services                     64,997        65,003          45,000       45,000       35,000       35,000
       Total Domestic Violence                      64,997        65,003                       45,000                    35,000
       Percent          from Previous Year             6.Oo/o        0.Oo/o       -30.8%         0.oo       -22.2o/o      0.0%
4075   Leave Pay Out
          Salaries & Wages                          79,864       224,000          86,642      350,000      350,000      350,000
          Benefits                                   3,129         6,364           4,545
       Total Leave Pav Out                          82,993       230,364          91,187      350,000      350,000
       Percent         from Previous Year            -38.8o/o     177.60/o        -60.4o/o     283.8o/o        0.0o/o      0.0%
4085   EmployeeRecognition
          Supplies                                   1,593         1,745             903        3,000        2,000        2,000
          Other Services & Charges                      205          691             999
       Total                                         1,798         2,436           1,902        3,000        2,000        2,000
       Percent          from Previous Year            -1.Oo/o      35.5%          -21 .9o/o     57.7o/o      -33.3o/o      O.Oo/o
4090   Association Dues
          Other Services & Charges                  66,882        69,305          72,001       74,612       65,000       65,000
       Total Association Dues                       66,882        69,305          72,001       74.612       65,000       65,000
       Percent          from Previous Year            6.5%           3.60/o            3.9%      3.6%       -12.9%         0.0%
4120   Civil ServiceCommission
          Operating Transfers                       25,965        26,524          20,223       25,624       26,073       27,055
       Total Civil Service Commission               25,965                        20,223       25,624       26,073       27.055
       Percent             from Previous Year         0.0%           2.2o/o       -23.8o/o      26.7o/o        1.8%        3.8%
4130 Horticultural lnspection
          Other Services & Charges                   1,230         1,200           1,187        1,440        1,440        1,440
          lnter Governmental Serv &                  9,000         9,000           9,000        9,000        9,000        9,000
       Total Horticultural                          10,230        10,200               187     10,440       10,440       10,440
       Percent           ftom Previous Year           -1 .2o/o     -0.3o/o         -O.1o/o       2.5o/o        0.Oo/o      0.0%




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                                              Actual 2007 Actual                                 Budget        Budget
                                                                            Actual 20
                                                                                                   2010          2011
4155   Green Bldg & Resource Consrvtn
          Professional Services                   34,985       34,660              49,996           20,000        20,000        20,000
       Total Green Bldq & Resource Consrvtn       34,985       34,660              49,996           20,000        20,000
       Percent Chanqe from Previous Year           16.8o/o       -0.9o/o            44.2o/o         -60.0%          0.0o/o        0.0%
4160   LEOFF Board
          Professional Services                                    250
          Other Services & Charges                   305           403                  230            500           500           500
       Tota|LEOFF Board                              305           653                                 500                         500
       Percent          from Previous Year         57.2%       114.1o/o            -64.8o/o         117.4o/o        0.0o/o        0.Oo/o
4168   Rapid Border Prosecution-4
          Operating Transfers                                                                                     48,257
       Total       Border Prosecution-4                                                                           48,257
       Percent          from Previous Year          o.o%           0.0%                 0.0o/o                      O.0o/o
4240   Northwest Regional Council
          Professional Services                                84,215              87,856
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs          81,977                           10,000         100,200       100,200       100,200
       Total Northwest Regional Council           81,977       84,215              97             100,200       100,200       100,200
       Percent Chanqe from Previous Year            3.7o/o         2.7o/o           16.2o/o           2.4o/o        0.0%          0.0o/o
4250   Emergency Communication-911
          lnter Governmental Serv &              750.O44      706,344          681,960            756,447       814,729       815,000
       Total             Communication-91 I      750,O44      706,344          681,960            756,447       814,729       815,000
       Percent          from Previous Year         17.7o/o       -5.8o/o            -3.5o/o         10.9%           7.7o/o        O.Oo/"
4264   DOE-EECBG (Grant)
          Salaries & Wages                                                                         36,480        49,356        49,356
          Benefits                                                                                 18,414        21,922        24,244
          Professional Services                                                                   250,000
          lnter Governmental Serv &                                                                20,000        20,000        20,000
       TotalDOE-EECBG                                                                             324,894        91,278        93,600
       Percent          from Previous Year                                              0J%           0.0%o       -71.9o/o        2.5o/"
4270 AmbulanceServices
          lnter Governmental Serv &            1,349,562     1,363,057       1,376,688           1,390,454     1,404,360     1,418,402
       Total Ambulance Seryrces                1,349,562     1,363,057       1,3                 1,390,454     1,404,360     1,418,402
       Percent         from Previous Year          1.00o/o       1.00%              1.00%            1.00io        1.00Yo        1.00%


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                                                       Actual 2007 Actual                               Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                                                     Actual
                                                                                                          2010          2011          20't2
4290 Air Pollution Control
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                   27,947        28,373          28,808            28,808        29,640        30,000
       Total Air Pollution Control                         27,947        28,373          28,808           28,808         29,640        30,000
       Percent                   ftom Previous Year          1.4o/o         1.5o/o            1.5o/o         0.0o/o        2.9o/o        1.2o/o
4300 AnimalControl
          Salaries & Wages                                  8,685         4,208           1,620
          Benefits                                            686           371                141
          Supplies                                         68,258             81
          Professional Services                           440,738      450,50ô          487,623          455,870       403,30;       403,30;
          Building Maintenance Fees                                                      13,981           14,290         8,631          8,631
          Other Services & Charges                            686        25,956          36,785            55.212       37,907         37,907
          CapitalOutlay                                    31,184       106,344
       Total Animal Control                               550,237      587,466          540.150          525,372       449.847       449,847
       Percent          from Previous Year                  53.60/o         6.8o/o            -8.1o/o       -2.7o/o      -14.4o/o        O.Oo/o
4440   Volunteer Services
          Professional Services                            38,000        38,000          35,000           35,000        30,000         30,000
       Tota   I   Vo I u nteer   Seryices                  38,000        38,000                           35,000        30,000         30,000
       Percent                    from Previous Year         8.6%           0.o%                            o.0%         -14.3o/o        0.0o/o
4450   Planning/Com Dev COG
          Professional Services                            20,000       20,000
          Other Services & Charges                                         200
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                   57,813       60,1 59          55,169           77,873         57,873        57,873
       Total                 Dev COG                       77,813 80,359    169 77 ,873 57,873   57,873
       Percent change from Previous            Year         2.7o/o 3.3o/o -31.3% 41.2o/o -25.7o/o O.O%
4520   Boundary Review Board
          Professional Services                            22,225        21,252           7,496            18,000        18,000        18,000
          Other Services & Charges
       Total            Review Board                       22,225       21,252            7,496            18,000        18,000        18,000
       Percent           from Previous Year                 32.30Â        -4.4o/o        -64.7o/o          140.1o/o        0.Oo/o        0.0o/o
4530   Transfers To Other Funds
          Professional Services                             2,435         4,177           5,093
                     Transfers                          8,687,244     8,786,843       6,267.684         6,859,133     6,242,264     6,509,043
       Total Transfer to Other Funds                                  8,791,O20       6,272.777         6,859,133     6,242,264           043
       Percent           from Previous Year                 10.2o/o         1.2o/o       -28.60/o            9.3o/o       -9.0o/o        4.3Yo

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                                                                                         Budget        Budget     Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual           Actual
                                                                                          2010          2011       2012
4900   MiscNon-Departmental
          Salaries & Wages                                    6,347                       182,O74
          Benefits                                              336
          Supplies                                  45;
          Professional Services                   5,700       4,992           15,776
          Administrative Cost Allocation        253,338     260,939          268,003      286,346      248,697    256,158
          Other Services & Charges               26,604      19,040          160,563       70,000       30,000     30,000
          CapitalOutlay                          11,486
                      Transfers                                              155,000
       Total MiscNon-Departmental               297,582 291,654 599,342 538,420 321,278 326,246
       Percent Change from Previous Year         43.8o/o -2.0%o 105.5% -10.2o/o -40.3o/o 1.So/o
       Non-Departmental-Other
         Supplies                                                    -        12,735              -
         Professional Services                  370,490     271,868 252,625              1,242,152       15,000     15,000
         Other Services & Charges                 5,162         -     752                    7,000
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs         151,727      58,000 7,413                  309,200
          CapitalOutlay                          36,412         - 1,928,923                316,255
          Operating Transfers                   220,402 130,125 157,404 175,471
       Total N o n- De partme nta I -Other      784,193 459,993 2,359,852 2,050,078                      15,000     15,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year          -66.3%      -41 .3o/o       413.0o/o      -13.1o/o     -99.3%       0.0%
TotalGeneralFund                              17,141,511 13,680,651 13,721,680 15,781,430 10,633,783 10,889,611
Percent Change from Previous       Year           22.1o/o -20.2o/o 0.3%       15.0o/o                    -32.60/o
                                                                                                      2.4o/o
130 COUNTYWIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL FUND
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs     1,042,212 748,093 1 ,848,167 1 ,859,342 1 ,958,966 1 ,963,106
         Operating Transfers                 336,687 658,740 1,008,740 658,740 570,000 s75,000
      Total Countywide Emergency Medical F 1,378,899 1,406,833 2,856,907 2,518,082 2,528,966 2,538,106
      Percent Change from Previous Year         0.0Yo     2.Oo/o 1}3.1o/o -11.go/o O.4o/o O.4o/o
135 WC TRIAL COURT IMPROVEMENT FUND
                   Transfers                  35.234   25,959     44,111     42,235     43,235     29,735
      Total WC Trial Court lmprovement Func   35,234   25,959     44,111     42,235     43,235     29,735
      Percent Change from Previous Year         0.0o/o  -26.3o/o   69.9%      -4.3o/o     2.4o/o    -31.20Â




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                                             Actual 2007 Actual                               Budget          Budget        Budget
                                                                            Actual   2
                                                                                                2010           2011          2012
137 LEOFF I HEALTHCARE FUND
         Benefits                                                              200,000         400,000        400,000       400,000
         Professional Services                                                                                 150,000       50,000
         Residual Equity Transfers                                           1,200,000         600,000
      Total Leoff I Healthcare Fund                         - 1,400,000 1,000,000 550,000 450,000
      Percent change from Previous   Year          o.0o/o o.o% o.ovo -2g.60/o -45.O% -1g.2o/o
141WC CONVENTION CENTER FUND
         Supplies                                 5,564            348   7,000     552
                                                                                  600                                            600
         Professional Services                  193,000 211,664                   ,248
                                                                          ,520 330,380
                                                                               317             327                          320,380
         other services &   charges              1,439 1,s46                     1,859
                                                                         2,460 1,600                                           1,600
      Total wc convention center Fund           200,003 213,558 319,659 336,9g0 332580                                       322,580
      Percent          from Previous Year         24.0o/o          6.8%          49.7%               5.4o/o      -1 .3o/o      -3.0%
I51 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
         Operating Transfers                      5,000          5,000           5,000            5,000          5,000         5,000
      Total                          Fund         5,000          5,000           5,000            5,000                        5,000
      Percent          ftom Previous Year          O.0o/o         0.Oo/o             O.0o/o          0.Oo/o       0.00/o        O.0o/o
175 CONSERVATION FUTURES FUND
         Professional Services                    7,150        64,860           68,548           28,570        25,000        25,000
         CapitalOutlay                        1,623,746      1,545,361         31 1,153       2,428,622
                   Transfers                                                    83,102         136,780        274,474       114,474
      Total Conseruation Futures Fund         1,630,896      1,610,221         462,803        2,593,972       299,474       139,474
      Percent          from Previous Year         41 .1o/o       -1.3%o         -71.3o/o         460.5%        -88.5%         -53.4o/o
332 PUBLIC UTILITIES IMPRV FUND
         Salaries & Wages                        51,059        70,637           81,990          94,555         36,952        38,361
         Benefits                                14,185        22,336           25,488          36,052         13,722        15,366
         Professional Services                   51,952        40,733          100,800         310,000        205,000       205,000
         Other Services & Charges                                  108                         150,000                 -    316,407
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs       1,841,788                         50,639         299,361
         CapitalOutlay                                                                                                 _    277,000
                   Transfers                                 1,650,000         450,000          250,000
      TotalPublic Utilities lmprv Fund        1,958,984      1,783,814         708.917        1,139,968       255.674       852,134
      Percent           ftom Previous Year        76.9o/o         -8.9o/o       -60.3%            60.8%         -77.60/o      20.2%



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                                       Actual 2007 Actual                     Budget   Budget       Budget
                                                                Actual
                                                                               2010       2011     2012
334 E WHATCOM REG RES CTR CNSTR FUND
         Supplies                                                       123
         Professional Services                            67,771   276,975    500,351
         Other Services & Charges                                     5,719
      Total E Whatcom Req Res Ctr Cnstr Fu                67,771   282,817    500,351
                       from Previous Year       o^o%        0.0o/o   317.3o/o   76.9o/o
503 WC SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT FUND
         Residual Equity Transfers                                            203,1 93
      Total WC Supplemental Retirement Fur,                                 - 203¡93         -
      Percent Change from Previous Year         O.Oo/o 0.0o/o O.Oo/o O.Oo/o -100.0% O.0o/o
TOTAL NON-DEPARTMENTAL                     22,350,527 18,793,807 19,801.894 24j21211 14,648,712 15,226,640
             from Previous Year              34.8o/o   -15.9%            5.4o/o 21.8o/o    -39.3%




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                                                                                        Budget                    Budget
                                              Actual 200   Actual        Actual
                                                                                         2010           2011       2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
   2100 MedicalExaminer                          309,047      355,230       371,971      366,010        391,991    403,301
   2945 Sheriff - LEOFFI                         256,146      335,887       162,757
   4019 Historical Document Presrvtn              13,000        8,000         8,000        8,000          8,000      8,000
   4024 Assessor/ Treasurer System                                           94,834      556,4s5         28,000     30,121
   4025 lndigent Burial                           11,664       13,786        12,848        18,000        18,000     18,000
   4035 County Morgue                             44,466       41,636        46,135       46,914         48,053     48,983
   4038 ConservationActivities                    49,774       35,234        39,354       40,000          8,000      8,000
   4050 Domestic Violence                         64,997       65,003        45,000       45,000         35,000     35,000
   4075 Leave Pay Out                             82,993      230,364        91,187      350,000        350,000    350,000
   4085 EmployeeRecognition                        1,797        2,436         1,902        3,000          2,000      2,000
   4090 Association Dues                          66,882       69,305        72,O01       74,612         65,000     65,000
   4130 Horticultural lnspection                  10,230       10,200        10,187       10,440         10,440     10,440
   4155 Green Bldg & Resource Consrvtn            34,985       34,660        49,996       20,000         20,000     20,000
   4160 LEOFF Board                                  305          653             230        500            500        500
   4240 Northwest Regional Council                81,977       84,215        97,856      100,200        100,200    100,200
   4250 EmergencyCommunication-911               750,044      706,344       681,960       756,447     814,729       815,000
   4264 DOE-EECBG (Grant)                                                                 324,894      91,278        93,600
   4270 AmbulanceServices                      1.349.562    1,363,0s7     1,376,688     1,390,454   1,404,360     1,418,402
   4290 Air Pollution Control                     27,947       28,373        28,808        28,808      29,640        30,000
   4300 AnimalControl                            519,053      48't,122      540,150      525,372        449,847    449,847
   4440 VolunteerServices                         38,000       38,000        35,000       35,000         30,000     30,000
   4450 Planning/Com Dev COG                      77,813       80,359        55,169       77,873         57,873     57,873
   4520 Boundary Review Board                     22,225       21,252         7,496        18,000        18,000     18,000
   4530 Transfers To Other Funds                   2,435        4,177         5,093
   4900 MiscNon-Departmental                     286,096      291,655       444,342      538,420        321,278    326,246
             Non-Departmental-Other              527,379      329,868       273,524     1,558,352        15,000      15,000
      130 COUNTYWIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL FUND    1,042,212      748,093     1,848,167     1,859,342   1,958,966     1,963,106
      137 LEOFF I HEALTHCARE FUND                                           200,000      400,000      550,000       450,000
      14I WC CONVENTION CENTER FUND              200,003      213,558       319,659      336,980      332,580       322,580
      175 CONSERVATION FUTURES FUND                7j50        64,860        68,548       28,570       25,000        25,000
      332 PUBLIC UTILITIES IMPRV FUND          1,958,983      133,814       258,917      889,968      255,673      575,1 33
      334 E WHATCOM RES CTR CNSTR FUND                         67,771       282,816      500,351
Total Non-De partmental                        7,837j65             2     7,530,595 10,907,962      7             7,689,332
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     GENERAL FUND
     4024   Assessor/TreasurerSystem                                   639,958      1,512,196
     4300   AnimalControl                       31,184     106,344
     4900  MiscNon-Departmental                 11,486
           Non- Departme nta l-Other            36,412                1,928,923       316,255
     175 CONSERVATION FUTURES FUND            1,623,746   1,545,361     311,153     2,428,622
                                              1,702,828   1,651,705   2,880,034 4,257,073                       277,000
     GENERAL FUND
     2945 Sheriff - LEOFF   I                 3,500,000
     4120   CivilServiceCommission               25,965     26,524      20,223        25,624         26,073      27,055
     4168   Rapid Border Prosecution-4                                                                48,257
     4530   Transfers To Other Funds          8,687,244   8,786,843   6,267,684     6,8s9,133      6,242,264   6,509,043
     4900   MiscNon-Departmental                                       155,000
            Non-Departmental-Other             220,402     130,125      157,404      175,471
     130 COUNTYWIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL FUND     336,687     658,740    1,008,740      658,740        570,000     575,000
     135 WC TRIAL COURT IMPROVEMENT FUND        35,234      25,959       44,111       42,235         43,235      29,735
     137 LEOFF I HEALTHCARE FUND                                      1,200,000      600,000
     151 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND               5,000       5,000       5,000        5,000          5,000       5,000
     175 CONSERVATION FUTURES FUND                                       83,102      136,780        274,474     114,474
     332 PUBLIC UTILITIES IMPRV FUND                      1,650,000     450,000      250,000
     503 WC SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT FUND                                             203,1 93
TotalNon-DepartmentalTransfers               12,810,532 11,283,191 9,391,264 8,956,176 7,209,303 7,260,307
TOTAL NON-DEPARTMENTAL                       22,350,525 18,793,808 19,801,893 24,121,211 14,648,711 15,226,639
Percent       ftom Previous Year                  34.8%      -15.9%        5.4o/o       21 .8o/o      -39.3%        3.9%




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Non-Departmental Funding Sources


                                                                                                          2011             2012
                                     Property Tax-   Autopsv Fees                                      30,00c            30.00c
                                     Conservation    General Fund                                   3,551,10€         3.869.507
                                       Futures       Transfers                                        125,65C           128.954
                                       4.O3%         Sales Tax-Countvwide EMS                       2.533,003         2.608.993
                                                     Sales Tax-Public Utilities lmp.                2,857,775         2.943.50r
                                                     lntergovernmental Revenue                        383.133            97,752
                                   Miscellaneous     Hotel/ Motel Tax-Convention Ctr                 460,000           460,000
                                     Revenue         Property Tax-Conservation Futures                434,397          438.001
                                      3.24%          Miscellaneous Revenue                           348,965           352.157
                                                     Fund Balances*                                (3.284.621\,      (3.239.s40'
                                                     fotal Fundino                                  7.439.408         7.689.332
                                      Autopsy Fees
                                          0.28Yo

                                                     'Fund Balance is not included in the chart.




                                   General Fund
                                     34.27%




                  Transfers
                   1.18o/o




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Non-Departmental Revenue Summary

                                                                                                         Budget        Budget         Budget
                                                  Actual            Actual            Actual
                                                                                                          201 0         2011           2012
GENERAL FUND
2100 MedicalExaminer
        lntergovernmental Revenue                     31,360            49,995            28.465           30,000       30,000         30,000
       Total Medical Examiner                         31,360            49,995            28.465           30,000       30,000         30,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year              -14.8%             59.4o/o          -43.1o/o           5.4o/o        O.Oo/o         0.0o/o
4019   Historical Document Presrvtn
        Charges for Services                          62,586            50,008            56,958           50,000       42,000         42,000
       Total H istorical Docu me nt Presrvtn          62,586            s0,008            56,958           50,000       42,000         42,O00
       Percent Change from Previous Year                   -5.2%         -20.1o/o          13.9o/o         -12.2o/o      -16.0o/o         O.Oo/o
4024   Assessor/ Treasurer System
        Intergovernmental Revenue                                                                         100,000
         Other Financing Sources                                                                          180,000
       ïofal Assess o r/T re a s u re r Sysfern                                                           280,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                   0.0%              0.0o/o            0.0o/o        0.0%       -100.0%           O.Oo/o
4025   lndigent Burial
         Miscellaneous                                 2,956                               2,409
       Total lndigent Burial                           2,956                               2,409
       Percent Change from Previous Year                0.0%           -100.0%                 0.Oo/o     -100.0%          0   0o/o       O.0%o
4038   ConservationActivities
        ntergovernmental Revenue
        I                                                                                 10,000
       Total Conservation Activities                                                      10,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                   O.Oo/o            O.0o/o            0.0%       -100.0%          0.0%           O.0o/o
4050   Domestic Violence
        Charges for Services                           3,329             3,563             3,068            3,800         3,000          3,000
        Fines and Forfeits                               399             1,296             1,767                          1,300          1,300
       Total Domestic Violence                         3,728             4,859             4,835            3 800         4,300          4,300
       Percent Change from Previous Year                   3.3o/o        30.3%                 -0.5o/o     -21 .4o/o      13.2o/o         0.0%
4085   Employee Recognition
        Miscellaneous                                                                                       3,000
       Total Employee Recognition                                                                           3,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year             -100.0%                 0.0%              0.Oo/o         O.Oo/o    -100.0%           0.ÙYo




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Non-Departmental Revenue Summary

                                              Actual 200                                   Budget       Budget
                                                           Actual          Actual 200
                                                                                             2010        2011        2012
4168   Rapid Border Prosecution-4
        ntergovernmental Revenue
        I
                                                                                                        290,000
       Total      Border Prosecution-4                                                                  290,000
       Percent        from Previous Year                            0.0%          0^0%                      O.Oo/o
4264   DOE-EECBG (Grant)
        ntergovernmental Revenue
        I
                                                                                            314,114       93,1 33    97,752
        Miscellaneous                                                                         10,780
       TotalDOE-EECBG                                                                       324,894       93,1 33    97,752
                         from Previous Year                                       0.0%          0.0%      -71.30/o      5.0%
4300 AnimalControl
        Miscellaneous                                                                          9,000
       Total Animal Control                                                                    9,000
                         ftom Previous Year
4450 Planning/Com Dev         COG
        Miscellaneous                                                              176
       Total                Dev COG                                                176
       Percent          from Previous Year                                        0.QVo      -100^0%        o^o%
4520   Boundary Review Board
        Charges for Services
       Total           Review Board                                               300
       Percent          from Previous Year                                      -59.4o/o     -100^0%        o.0%
4530   Transfers To Other Funds
        Other Financing Sources                                             2,913,155      1 ,810,657

       Total Transfers to Other Funds                                 -     2,913,155      1,810,657
       Percent Change from Previous Year            O.O%o 0.0%                    O.Oo/o -37.8o/o -100.0%               0.0%
4900   Misc Non-Departmental
        Miscellaneous                                                           2,051
        Other Financing Sources                                               155,000                    125,650     128,954
       Total Misc Non-                                                        157,051                    125,650     128,954
       Percent Change ftom Previous Year                                          0.0o/o                    0.0%        2.60/0




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Non-Departmental Revenue Summary

                                                                                                 Budget        Budget           Budget
                                              Actual            Actual 200       Actual 200
                                                                                                  2010          2011             2012
      Non-Departmental-Other
       lntergovernmental Revenue                 638,959           507,209          449,510      1,553,200
       Miscellaneous                                                                                            181   ,000       181,000
       Other Financing Sources                    19,392            62,444          465,627        118,255
      Total N o n- De paft me nta I -Othe r      658,351           569,653          915,137      1,671,455      181   ,000       181 ,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year            -49.0o/o         -13.5o/o                         82.60/o     '89.2o/o            00%
TotalGeneralFund                                 759,481 675,254 4,088,486 4,182,806 766,083                                     484,006
Percent Change from Previous Year                 -45.7o/o          -11.1o/o         505.5%           2.3o/o     -81 .7o/o        -36.8%
130 COUNTYWIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL FUND
        Taxes                                  1,883,374         1,920,837        1,699,037      2,593,453 2,533,003            2,608,993
        lntergovernmental Revenue                763,894           926,717          755,143
        Miscellaneous                                                        -       86,336        89,425 50,208                  56,666
        Other Financing Sources                                              -      139,167
       Total Countywide Emergency Medical Fund 2,647,268         2,847,554 2,679,683 2,682,878 2,583,211                        2,665,659
      Percent Change from Previous Year            66.5%              7.60/o           -5.9%          o.10Â           -3.7o/o        3.2o/o
135 WC TRIAL COURT IMPROVEMENT FUND
        lntergovernmental Revenue                 51,078            51,258           49,551        52,000        47,500           47,000
        Miscellaneous                              1,249             1,530            1,353                            500           500
       Total WC Trial Court lmprovement Fund      52,327            52,788           50,904        52,000        48,000           47,500
      Percent Change from Previous Year           189.5%              0.9%             -3.60/o        2.2%        -7.7o/o           -1 .Oo/o
137 LEOFF I HEALTHCARE FUND
        Other Financing Sources                3,500,000
       Total LEOFF I Healthcare Fund           3,500,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year              0.0%           100.0%              0.0%          0.0%            0.0o/o         0.o%
141 WC CONVENT¡ON CENTER FUND
        Taxes                                    213,824           603,457          493,274       461,320       460,000          460,000
        Miscellaneous                                                                35,188
       Total WC Convention Center Fund           213,824           603,457          528,462       461,320       460,000          460,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year            17.8o/o          182.2o/o          -12.4o/o      -12.7o/o          -0.3%o         0.0%
151 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Miscellaneous                             13,160
      Total Community Development Fund            13,160
      Percent Change from Previous Year                O.Oo/o      -100.0%              0.0%          O.0o/o           0.0o/o        0.0o/o



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Non-Departmental Revenue Summary

                                                                                              Budget        Budget       Budget
                                               Actual200      Actual 200     Actual
                                                                                                  2010        2011           2012
175 CONSERVATION FUTURES FUND
      Taxes                                      910,510 949,970 956,626 474,218 438,497                                 442,101
      lntergovernmental Revenue                  405,808 457 ,952 177,251 ,904,018    46      1                               46
      Miscellaneous                                567        575 169,780    366     215                                        215
      Other           Sources                     6,333 32,061 13,873 28.348       7,000                                      7,000
      TotalConservation Futures   Fund          1,323,218 1,440,558 1,317,530 2,406,950 44S,7SB                              449,362
      Percent Change from Previous  Year            -6.8%            8.9%             -8.5Yo 82.7o/o           -81   .So/o      O.go/o
332 PUBLIG UTILITIES IMPRV FUND
       Taxes                                    2,829,290 3,097,383 2,771,621 2,962,000 2,857J75                        2,943,508
       Miscellaneous                                7,500 53,855 68,369                            63,313     60,096       56,830
                              Fund
      TotalPublic Utilities Imprv               2,836,790 3,151,238 2,839,990 3,025,313 2,917,A71                       3,000,338
      Percent            from Previous Year          5.8%          11.1o/o            -9.9%          6.5%       -3.6%          2.8o/o
334 E WHATCOM REG RES CTR CNSTR FUND
       Other Financing Sources                                   150,000 450,000                  250,000
      Total E Whatcom Reg Res Ctr Cnstr Fund                     150,000 450,000                  250,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year              O.Oo/o          0.ÙYo       200.0%            -44.4o/o   -100.0%           O.Oo/o
TOTAL  NON-DEPARTMENTAL                        11,346,068 8,920,849 11,9s5,055 13,061,267 7,220,923 7,106,865
                 Year
Percent Change from Previous                        55.7o/o        -21   .4o/o 34.O% 9.3% -44.7o/o                             -1   .6%




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                                      Parks & Recreation

Depañment lilide     O   bjectives
  1.   lmplement scheduled elements of the Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Open Space
       and 6-year Parks Capital lmprovements ¡nd Projects Work plan.

  2.   Develop and maintain partnerships in the community to maximize use of resources and
       build support for county sponsored park and recreation facilities and programs.

  3.   When feasible, recover maintenance and operating costs of programs and facilities through
       user fees, concessions and rent revenues.

Parks Objectives
  1.   9PSlq!ç, maintain and oversee 63 park properties comprising 7,031 acres and serving
       71 9,850 visitors annually.

  2.   pPerate and maintain approximately 60 miles of improved trails for hikers, bicyclists and
       horseback riders throughout the County.

  3.   Maintain and.ope_rate the following par! amenities/infrastructure (not including operations
       and custodial at Senior Centers or the Roeder Home):
         a. 52 occupied.buildings_totalling 64,976 square feet, including 50,859 square feet of
             regularly maintained fl oors
         b. 46 restrooms including 75 toilets/urinals, 15 showers/tubs, and 80 sinks
         c.  Four public water systems at Silver Lake Park, Samish Park, Plantation Rifle Range

         d.                                         ng 26,034 square feet
         e.                                         1,002 square feet
         f.                                         campsitès
         g.
         h.
         i'                                                  square feet
         j.                                               es
         k.   2.42 acres of gardens / landscaped areas at 13 different park sites, including the
         .
         l.
              Fragrance Garden and Hovander demonstration gardens
              Two wetland mitigation sites totalling 2.4 acres




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       m. Six paved parking lots totalling 4.13 acres
       n.    20 gravel parking lots totalling 6.56 acres
     The following        property.will be leased or rented to others, with Parks handling major
                   -Parks
     maintenance for most of the buildings:
       a. 25 houses and outbuildings totalling 63,997 square feet
     The following Parks property will be leased or rented to others, with lessees handling the
     major maintenance:
       a. 44 acres of land leased to Nooksack School District at Ostrom Conservation Site
       b. Five acres leased to Black Mountain Forestry at Silver Lake park
       c.  13 buildings.and surrounding grounds leaseð to Camp Horizon Foundation at Bay
           Horizon Park
       d.                                     Lions for a hostel at Bay Horizon park
       e.                                    tbuildings leased to Northwest Wildlife

                                               si'ð*ilig,ffå?'0".r      acres leased to Boys and
             Girls Club at the Northwest Soccer Fields site
       .9.   1.3 acres leased to Fire District #9 at Samish Way
       h.    1.4 acres leased to City of Bellingham at Boulevaid park

4.   Develop conceptual site plans identifying future improvements for the following park
     properties:
        a. Bay Horizon 2011
        b. Lily Point Marine Park2Ol1
       c.  North Lake Whatcom Pa¡k2012
        d. Maple Creek Pa¡k2O12
5.   Fabricate and install new informationalsignage al Silver Lake Park and Lily Point Marine
     Park, and continue tg_ipp-¡o.v_q informatioñal and interpretive signage at allþarks as funding
     opportunities permit (201 0-1 1 ).

6.   Apply for grant funding as available to replace the floats at Liqhthouse Marine Park and to
     bring the boat ramp and dock into fullADÁ compliance.

7.   lncrease ove.rnight gcquparlcy rates at Silver Lake, in particular on weekdays in the
     summer, and daily during the shoulder seasons.




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Recreation Objectives
  1.   The historic Roeder Home is available for
       rentals. Rental revenues help offset the
       willvisit the Roeder Home on an annual
       each week to volunteer groups who offer
       Volunteer docents staff the facility during

  2.   Provide 30 interpretive programseach                                                arks,
                                          be
       including guided walks on tlails and                                                históry
       prgg¡gqs^..{n esJr¡qgt^ed_792 participants                                          rticipa'nt time
       in both 2011 and 2012. Parks voluñteers

  3.   Fa.gilitate.opportunities for volunteers to contribute to the Department mission by
       collaborating with the Whatcom Volunteer Center to streamline recruitment and'
       management of volunteers in Parks and at the Roeder Home. An estimated 1,001
       volunteers will provide 3,798 hours valued at $53,172 in both 2011 and 2012.'

  4.   Complete electronic inventory of historic collections at Roeder Home, Hovander
       Homestead Park, and Silver Lake Park.

Senior Seryices
  1.   pPerate f.our Full                           enters in Bellingham, Blaine, Ferndale and
       Lynden attracting                            ualvisitors. Thðse tac¡l¡t¡es áre bcated in the
       Whatcom County.                   __ the larges                                d are open 5-6
       days per week. These facilities offer opportuni                                tyle for'older
       adults through volunteering, socializatidn, exe                                 ánd health
       progra.ms. Information and referral services are also provided for other programs and
       agencies serving older adults.

  2.                                                     ters                     Roberts, Sumas,
                                                         ,596                     hese centers serve
                                                         ions                     days per week.
                                                          noo

  3.                                                                                  Valley,
                                                                                      nity Centers
                                                                                      itizen activities
                                                     se for the year is 17,666 visitors. Examples of



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     community users include government agencies, pr¡vate non-profit organ¡zations, health and
     suppo.rt g.roups, arts and performance groups, service organizations, church and religious
     organizations, and business/commercial users.

4.   Maintain                                        com County Council on Aging, the Blaine,
     Ferndale                                        and other lócal governmeñtsl non-profit
     agencies                                        service options-for senior citizens irvho
     participat                          ter activities. The Council on Aging offers meal
                                         that enhance the services provided at each center.
                                                or
                                         n-proÌit                                       program
                                         meeting s                                     . Noñ-profit
                                         that comr                                     ng.

     Recruit, train and supervise a corps of volun                           activities at the
     Senior/Community Centers. An estimated 4,                               e 43,606 hours of
     service for the year. Volunteer support enables                         intain, and in some
     cases expand, service levels without additional personnel resources.

6.                                    e Senior/Community Center facilities to gather
                                      gaugq the level of satisfaction among people who
                                      least 500 participants will be gathered Írorñ the eight


7.   Perform custodial services at the Bellingham and Welcome Valley Senior Centers and
     Roeder Home:
       ?. 4 occupied buildings totaling 32,360 square feet
       b. 12 restrooms
       c. 4 kitchens
       d. 3 parking lots with 169 spaces totalling 40,375 square feet




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Parks & Recreation Expenditure Trends


$4,000,000



$3,500,000



$3,000,000



$2,500,000



$2,000,000



$1,500,000



$1,000,000



 $s00,000



       $o

                  2007        2008

             I Actual tr Budget



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Parks & Recreation Expenditure Summary

                                            Actual 2007 Actual 2008 Actual       Budget         Budget       Budget
                                                                                  2010           2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
     Park Administration
        Salaries & Wages                       304,586     334,073     330,717   363,101        368,890       372,003
        Benefits                               100,586     112,351     111,325   127,397        131,082       145,255
        Supplies                                13,648      16,331       8,065       14,788       9,650        12,000
        Professional Services                      640         985       1,295        8,522      18,260       66,910
       Administrative Cost Allocation          102,606     105,684     126,781    134,611        85,756       88,329
        Other Services & Charges                53,683      52,593      67,216       62,761      72,955       63,255
        lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs             129                      83          260        260           260
         CapitalOutlay                                                   6,384
         Operating Transfers                     2,224       3,235
         Residual Equity Transfers              18,500
      Total Park Administration                596,602     625.252     651,866   711,440        686,853      748,012
      Percent          from Previous Year        26.7o/o      4.ÙVo                    9.1o/o      -3.5o/o       8.9o/o
      Senior Citizens' Program
         Salaries & Wages                      436,883     448,243     442,068   417,977        194,850       148,978
         Benefits                              125,182     135,315     148,835   1   60,1 00     74,963        62,762
         Supplies                               46,963      25,900      19,888       16,272      15,000         3,000
         Professional Services                   2j86        1,888       1,630        2,300     146,000      193,900
        Administrative Cost Allocation          25,651      26,421      31,695       33,864      21,439       22,082
         Other Services & Charges              102,695      89,881      91.671   107,111         85,898       85,898
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                        240                                 100           100
         CapitalOutlay                          24,440
      Totalsenior citiz?ns'Program             164,00o 12t,888 l35,l8l           lgl,624 538,250 5t6,l2}
      Percent change from Previous Year           8.2%       -4.7o/o 11%            o.2o/o -27.Oo/o 4.0%




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                                                                                                     Budget        Budget          Budget
                                                  Actual            Actual            Actual
                                                                                                      2010          2011             2012
      Parks Facilities
        Salaries & Wages                           1,125,745         1,172,648         1,137,181     1,206,946     1,065,093       1,185,980
         Benefits                                    367,229           395,439           369,616       435,515       413,760         488,916
        Supplies                                     149,937           161,956           142,503      183,233        177,208        168,108
         Professional Services                        17,159            18,457            18,070       20,610         18,635         20,635
        Other Services & Charges                     371,844           365,815           392,618      408,202        424,650        423,850
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                1,974               755            (1,72s)        3,962         3,300          3,300
         CapitalOutlay                                 5,139            53,643             4,359                       7,600         52,000
         Residual Equity Transfers                    50,273
      TotalPark   Faciliti?s                       2,089,300 2,168,713 2,062,618 2,258,468 2,110,246 2,342,789
       Percent Change from Previous  Year                  1.1o/o 3.8o/o -4.gVo g.S%                                    -6.6"/.        11.0%
       Parks Cultural Arts Program
          Salaries & Wages                           134,613           139,705            11,741
          Benefits                                    35,571            37,867             5,500
          Supplies                                    20,722             9,164
          Professional Services                       44,985            47,317                 980
          Other Services & Charges                    23,504            27,491                 204
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                       62
       Total Cultural Arts                           259,395           261,606            18,425
       Percent           ftom Previous Year            77.0o/o               O.9o/o       -93.0%       -100.0%
       Outdoor Recreation & Misc Parks Programs
          Salaries & Wages                            41,536            45,556            41,400       47,341
          Benefits                                    16,223            17,707            17,536       20,660
          Supplies                                     3,819             4,203             2,596
          Professional Services                       19,107            18,886                   5
          Other Services & Charges                    13,179            10,577                 611
       Total Outdoor Recreation & Misc                93                96,929            62,148       68,001
       Percent           from Previous Year            -48.1o/o              3.3o/o       -35.9%          9.4o/o     -100^0%            0.0%
Total General Fund                                 3,803,161         3,880,388         3,530,844     3,775,533     3,335,349       3,607,521
Percent          from Previous Year                        6.5o/o            2.Oo/o         -9.0%         6.9o/o      -"|,1.7o/o        8.2o/o




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                                                                                        Budget      Budget       Budget
                                             Actual          Actual       Actual
                                                                                         2010        2011         2012
330 PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND
        Professional Services                          81
        Other Services & Charges                 12,343
        CapitalOutlay                                             7,182
        Operating Transfers                                                                                       14'1,939
      TotalPark                Fund              12,424           7j82                                       -    141,939
      Percent           from Previous Year            0.0%       -42.2%      -1   00.        OrO%       O.OYo
TOTAL PARKS & RECREATION                      3,815,585       3,887,570    3,530,844    3,775,533   3,335,349    3,749,460




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Parks & Recreation Budget by Program




        Senior Citizen's
           Program
            15.33%




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Parks & Recreation Program Summary
                                                                                                   Budget      Budget       Budget
                                                  Actual          Actual            Actual 20
                                                                                                    2010        2011         2012
OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
             Park Administration                     575,878         622,017           645,482       711,440    686,853 748,012
             Senior Citizens' Program                739,561         727,887           735,787       737,624    538,250 516,720
             Parks Facilities                      2,033,889       2,115,070         2,058,260     2,258,468   2j02$46 2,290,789
             Cultural Arts Program                   259,395         261,606            18,424
             Outdoor Recreation & Misc Programs       93,864          96,930            62J49        68,001
      330 PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND                       12,425
Total Park Operations                              3,715,O12 3,823,510               3,520,102 3,775,533 3,327,749          3,555,521
      GENERAL FUND
             Park Administration                                                         6,384
             Senior Citizens' Program                 24,44;
             Parks Facilities                          5,139          53,643             4,359                    7,600        52,000
      330 PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND                                        7,182
Total Parks Capital                                   29,579          60,825            10,743                    7,600        52,000
      GENERAL FUND
             Park Administration                      20,724           3,235
             Parks Facilities                         50,273
      330 PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND                                                                                               141,939
Total Parks Transfers                                 70,997           3,235                                                  141,939
TOTAL PÁRKS & RECREATION                           3,815,588       3,887,570         3,530,845 3,775,533 3,335,349          3,749,460
Percent Change ftom Previous Year                          6.8%            1.9o/o         -9.2Yo        6.9%     -11.7o/o       12.4o/o




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Parks & Recreation Funding Sources


                                                                                               2011            2012
                                                                   Charqes for Service      287,369         287,36ç
                                                                   Miscellaneous Revenue     32,517          32.517
                                                                   Rental lncome            516,931         516,931
                                                                   General Fund            2,351,458       2,435.291
                                     Transfers                     Iransfers                139,474         283,41î
                                      614o/.                       fotal Fundinq           3,327.749       3.555.521




                                             Charges for Service
                                                   8.35%




                                        Rental lncome
                                            15.02o/o




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Parks & Recreation Revenue Summary

                                                                                         Budget       Budget        Budget
                                          Actual         Actual           Actual
                                                                                          2010         201',l        2012
GENERAL FUND
     Parks Administration
      Charges for Services                    16,907         16,897            8,752
      Miscellaneous                           17,699         12,998           13,947       11,630           100           100
      Other Financing Sources                 34,248         34,365           64,722      58,430        75,000        77,000
      Total Park   Administration             68,854         64,260           87,421      70,060        75,1 00       77,100
      Percent Change from Previous Year        45.8o/o            -6.7%        36.0%       -19.9o/o        7.2o/o        2.7o/o
      Senior Citizen Program
       lntergovernmental Revenue               6,000          5,000            7,000        6,000        6,000         6,000
       Charges for Services                   10,344         10,505            8,880       12,513        1,450          1,450
       Miscellaneous                          34,162         18,738           27,438       26,700       24,O25        24,025
                           Program
      Total Senior Citizen's                  50,506         34,243           43,318       45.213       31.475        31,475
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year       119.2o/o       -32.2o/o          26.50/o       4.4o/o      -3O.4o/o        0.0o/o
      Parks Facilities
       lntergovernmental Revenue                                              42,671       6,777
       Charges for Services                  247,077        326,233          362,910     265,095      285,919         285,919
       Miscellaneous                         445,518        505,873          524,476     496,652      519,323         519,323
       Other Financing Sources                18,513          7,973           83,102       57,172       64.474        206.413
      Total Park Facilities                  711j08         840,079        1,013,159     825,696      869,716       1,011,655
      Percent Change from Previous Year        58.9%          18.1o/o          20.6%o      -18.5o/o        5.3o/o       16.3o/o
      Cultural Arts Program
       Charges for Services                   78,284         76,082            1,316
       Miscellaneous                           8,976          8,645                51
      Total Cultural Arts Program             87,260         84,727             1,367
      Percent Change from Previous Year       288.8o/o        -2.9%o           -98.4%     -100.0%          0.0%          O.Oo/o




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Parks & Recreation Revenue Summary

                                                                                           Budget             Budget
                                                 Actual       Actual 20     Actual
                                                                                            2010               2012
      Outdoor Recreation & Misc Parks Programs
       ntergovernmental Revenue
       I                                              3,116
       Charges for Services                    22,971             17,447             447
       Miscellaneous                            (532)               (345)             15
      Total Outdoor Recreation & Misc Programs 25,555             17,102
      Percent Change from Previous Year               9.1o/o -33.1o/o -97.3% -35.1% -100.0%         o.o%
TotalGeneralFund                                    943,283 1,040,411 1,145,727 941,269 976,291 1j20230
Percent Change from PreviousYear                      67.40/o 1}.3o/o 1}.1o/o -17.8o/o 3.7o/o                    14.7%
330 PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND
        Miscellaneous                                 7,409        5,024         2,991        1,000   1,000      1,000
      Total Park lmprovement Fund                     7,409        5,024         2,991        1,000   1,000      1,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year              -35.3% -32.2% -40.50/o -66.6%        0.0%       0.0%
TOTAL PARKS &   RECREATION                          950,692 1,045,435 1,148,718 942,269 977,291 1,121,230
Percent Change from Previous Year                     65.3% 1O.Oo/o 9.9% -18.0o/o 3.7Yo 14.7o/o




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                                                                       POSITION HISTORY


                                                    2008 to                 2009 to                 Addtns &
                                        Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning   Adjustmts       Authorized   Proposed                  2011 to
                                         2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010         (as of          as of      Changes/        2011       2012         2012
PARKS & RECREATION                       2008      Adiustmts     Totals    Adjustmts     Totals     10t1t10\        101112010    Closures     Allocation   Chanqes     Allocation
qomtnrstratton
)irector                                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
\ccountant                                  1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
loordinator                                 1.00       (1.00)      0.00                      0.00                         0.00                      0.00                    0.00
\dministrative Assistant                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
llerldReceptionist                          1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00       (1.00)         0.00                     0.00
)ivision Secretary                          0.00                   0.00                      0.00         1.00            r.00                      1.00                     1.00
)esign & Development Supervisor             1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Sultural Arts Program
ìecreation & Arts Coordinator               1.00                    1.00       (1.00)        000                          0.00                      0.00                     0.00
Maintenance Worker                          1.00                    1.00       (1.00)        000                          0.00                      0.00                     0.00
Senior Citizen's Proqram
ìecreation & Senior Services Mgr.           1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Senior Center Coordinator                   4.00                   4.00                      4.00                        4.00        (1.00)         3.00      (s.00)         0.00
fivision Secretary                          1.00                    1.00                     1.00        (1   00)        0.00                       0-00                     0.00
Vlaintenance Worker                         1.00                    r.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
Park Facilities
)ark Operations Manager                     1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
-ead Park Ranger                            3.00                   3.00                      3.00                         3.00                      3.00                     3.00
ì.ange Master                               1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         100                       1.00                     1.00
)ark Ranger                                 3.00                   3.00                      3.00                         3.00       (1.00)         2.OO       1.00          3.00
\ssistant Range Master                      1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00       (1 00)         0.00                     0.00
lorticulturist                              1.00                    1.00       (1.00)        0.00                         0.00                      0.00                     0.00
Vlaintenance/Construction Su pervisor       1.00                    1.00                     1.00                         1.00                      1.00                     1.00
)utside Maintenance Coordinator             2.00                   2.00                      2.OO                         2.00                      2.OO                     2.00
ìepair Maintenance                          1.00                    1.00                     1.00         4.00            5.00                      5.00                     5.00
Sarpenter/Repair Maintenance                4.00                   4.00                      4.00        (4.00)           0.00                      0.00                     0.00
Vìaintenance Worker                         0.75                   0.75                      0.75                         0.75                      0.75                     0.75
Cutdoor Recreation
)roqram Coordinator                        1.00                     1.00                     1.00                                                   ono
                                                                                                                         1.00         1.00)                                  0.00
TOTAL PARKS & RECREATION                  34.75         10c       33.75        (3.00       30.75          0.00          30.75        (5.00        25.75       (2.00)       23.75




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                  Planni    & Development Services - Administration

1.   Streamline departmental processes that support customer service and optimize resources.

2.   Provide accurate and. time.ly information to the public through the web site, customer
     s-ervicetrochures, educatiónal and other publió forums, añä t¡méúie-spò-risèË to'örbrc
     rnqu¡rles.

3.   Provide accurate and timely service to the, public using available resources by shifting
     employees to uservice" our-permit needs during peak þeriodJãittrãðoÀéiruõt'iori äñä
     permitting season.

4.   Create a standard for consistent and uniform record management systems, including
     electronic document management and hard copies departñrent wioË.-         -
                                                                          -' "'-'--"':

5.   Seek opportunities available for staff development that allows employees to qrow
     professionally, have greater job satisfaction änd improve upon f isjtt jéuèls õf Ëus-tomer
     servlce.

6.   Prepare and administer fiscally..responsible budgets by augmenting the budget through
     llA!,lliTPÍgYing the coordination efforts be-tween'fedõral, staié, áno Wñãicöm Cii¡ntv
     agenc¡es to deliver services to the communitl

7.   Refine written policies and procedures for the division.




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1.   lmplement required services, including.plan checks, inspections, and fire services, with
     courtesy, compassion and professionãli-sm.

2.   Achieve 48 hour response to inspection requests.

3.   Monitor pilot programs in the Permit Center that will reduce redundant review and focus on
     providing excellent customer service.

4.   I   ntegrate green/sustainable technologies.

5.   Process plan reviews to meet or exceed the following time frame (from date first routed to
     plan check area):
          a.                       eks;
          b.                       3 days;
          c.                       rojects: 2 weeks;
          d.                       rojects: 4 weeks.

6.   Monitor a shared arson investigation program with the sheriff's office.

7.   Monitor shared program with NWCAA for open burning program.

L    Maintain a usable friendly Records Center.




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               Planning & Development Services - Natural Resources

1.    Assist.the public with the development of proposals that comply with critical areas,
      shoreline master program, and watershed'rei¡ulations through iimely and accurate
      review of permit applications.

2.    Disseminate accurate information to the public on natural resource management and permit
      application review programs.

      Agl¡v.ely promote and participate in gducation, research and information opportunities,
      which better our understanding of whatcom county's ecological systems.'       '


4.    Utilize the most current, science based natural resource information to allow for sustainable
      use of our natural resources according to the policies set out in the Comprehensive Plan.

5.    On behalf of customer service, prepare and implement clear policies on information
      requirements and code interpretations relating io permit applbation reviews.

6.    lmplement effective site inspection programs in regard to environmentalcode compl6nce,
      mitigation performance monitoring, and- post final inspections.

7.    Work with other County departments to maximize efficiencies, work collaboratively toward
      common goals, and to provide land use information.

8.    Provide for a.training. prog¡g!"4_fqr staff that e¡hances their job effectiveness and promotes
      advancement through a Skill Enhancement Program.

9.                                                    ents; other Federal, State, and Local
                                                     mana_gement issues and projects, including
                                                     ricts, Stormwater Special Districts, Water
                                                             urce lnventoryArea #1 (WRIA1), Lake
                                                            Watershed Action Plan, Low lmpact
                                                            d CriticalAreas.

10.   Evaluate staff resources to appropriately continue to work with the Whatcom Conservation
      District and on-going agricultural operatôrs on the Conservation Program on Agricultural
      Lands.




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11.   lnterface with the legislative and administrative branches of County government to achieve
      goals and policies laid out in the County Comprehensive Plan.

12.   Regularly evaluate and update program information and requirements to ensure
      consistency with appropriate regulátory code sections.

13.                                                                      ist the public in
                                                                         hin and with; including




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                   Plann        & Development Services - Plann

1.    Meet Growth Management Act compliance requirements, including UGAs and LAMIRDs.

2.    Contribute in the development and implementation of a strategy to gain compliance w1h
      GMA requirement for concurrency.

      Work with stakeholders to develop a.nd ìmplemen_t strategies and programs to preserve
      and protect prime agricultural lands in Whàtcom County.-

4.    Perform mandated current plqînirc functions including SEPA administration, subdivision
      review, CUPs, Variances, NCUs, Lóts of Record, and ÉLAs.

      Perform mandated long range planning.functions including, but not limited to, open
      space, annexation requests, zoning anlc subdivision code-updates, zoning cóoé ano
      comprehensive plan amendments.-

o.    Coordinate Capital Facilities planning.

7.    Complete 2011 Comprehensive Plan Updates for all population affected sections.

8.    Work with the commurylv groups and advisory _boards to implement high priority action
      items in the Whatcom Couhty Comprehensivé plan.

9.                                                  ional organizations and other CounW

                                                    ;?3iffx iEi{"3:LF,¿"'.:'"   :f: Êîj,, oo",*
10.   y,q91t:l[" l]lllllg web pages on a regular basis to assist the public in understanding the
      planning processes and regulations.

11.   Work with stakeholders to update subarea plans.

12'   Work to develop informational brochures for each area and service provided bv the
      Planning Pivision. The brochures willexplain the basic services and'review ofêreO by the
      Planning Division.




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Planning & Development Services Expenditure Trends


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Planning & Development services Expenditure summary

                                                                                            Budget        Budget       Budget
                                            Actual         Actual         Actual
                                                                                             2010          2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
800 PDS Administration
       Salaries & Wages                        287,243        267,522          271,333       388,114      270,164       279,612
       Benefits                                 79,5ô9         91,092           90,487       130,502       90,432       100,005
       Supplies                                 11,728         26,023           20,430        37,250       39,378        34,684
       Professional Services                     4,679        159,002          402,074        12,397
       Building Maintenance Fees               126,001        129,973          133,102       139,418      135,250       135,2s0
      Administrative Cost Allocation           342,240        352,507          308,168       327,611      272,428       280,601
       Other Services & Charges                 67,969         94,010          108,662       122,602      113,164       113,164
       lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                  7             7              63                                       to:
       Operating Transfers                      14,568          7,470                                          'o:
    Total P D S Ad mi ni strati o n            934,004      1,127,606      1   ,334,319     1,157,894          916      943,416
    Percent            from Previous Year        18.1o/o        20.7o/o           18.3o/o      -13.2o/o     -20.5o/o        2.4o/o
815 PDS-EnvironmentalPermitting
       Salaries & Wages                         72,534        570,759          663,943       620,369      650,049       687,564
       Benefits                                 20,711        205,963          240,232       244,608      252,282       285,041
       Supplies                                      502        1,068                58           ,o:
       Professional Services                     1,381            993
       Building Maintenance Fees                 1,230          1,270
       Other Services & Charges                  2,038          9,863            7,289        10,663        46,725       46,725
       Operating Transfers                                      8,251
      TotalPDS-EnviromentalPermitting           98,396 798,167 911,522 875,840                            949,256      1,019,530
      Percent          from Previous Year     -71.7o/o 711.2o/o 14.2% -3.9%o                                  8.4o/o        7.4%
820   PDS-CurrentPlanning
         Salaries & Wages                 I ,338,135   437,017   394,551   425,707                        346,544       365,090
         Benefits                            459,502   168,877   152,844   177,437                        137,402       1s4,901
         Supplies                             13,912     4,774               1,150                             800          800
         Professional Services                 3,363   110,435    26,141     1,000
         Other Services & Charges            103,565    67,936    54,790    55,016                          8,539         8,539
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                 36,359
         Residual Equity Transfers            20,314
      TotalPDS -Current                   1,938,791    825,398   628,326   660,310                        493,285       529,330
      Percent Change from Previous Year         2.3o/o  -57.4o/o  -23.9o/o    5.1o/o                        -25.3o/o        7.3%


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Planning & Development services Expenditure summary

                                            Actual 200           Actual                                    Budget
                                                                                Actual
                                                                                                            2011
830   PDS-BuildingServices
        Salaries & Wages                     1,091,110            1,175,857      1,O87,952     1,266,873   945,976      978,283
        Benefits                               398,258              426,480        403,824      484,697    3s9,784      401,420
        Supplies                                23,574                8,756          1,182        5,900      5,500          500
        Professional Services                    1,416                4,016          2,904       34,318     35,250       35,500
        Other Services & Charges                96,604               94,623         89,025       88,100     79,360       79,360
        Residual Equity Transfers
      Total              Seryices            1   ,610             't,709,732 1,584,887 1,879,888 1,425,870             1,495,063
      Percent change from Previous    Year          -5.8%                 6.10/0     -7.3o/o 19.60/0 -24.2o/o               4.go/o
835   PDS Permit Center-Flood
         Salaries & Wages                           5,338             3,536          4,756
         Benefits                                       792               569          776
      Total PDS Permit Center-Flood                6,130              4j05           5,532
      Percent Change from Previous    Year         -33.8% -33.oo/o 34.9% -100.0% o.o%                                       0.0%
836   838 NWCAA Equip/Title lll
         Supplies                                   5,761
         Other Services & Charges                  2,720              2,538
         Capital
      Total P DS-NWCAA Equipment                   8,481              2,538
      Percent          ftom Previous Year          -53.0%            -70.1o/o      -100.0o/o        0.0%      0.ÙYo         0.0%o
841   PDS-Natural Resource Planning
         Salaries & Wages                         12,104            120,410        122,946      154,341    164,876      176,301
         Benefits                                  4,422             45,862         55,388       63,931     66,395       75,238
         Supplies                                 22,992              1,690              254        200       200           200
         Professional Services                    46,639              2,150                         180       200           200
         Other Services & Charges                    977              1,666                       4,228      8,923        8,923
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                   77            (11)
         Capital                                                     11,814
      Total PDS-Natural Resource                  87,211            183,581        180,264      222,880        594      260,862
      Percent          from Previous Year               0.0o/o       110.5o/o        -1.8o/o      23.6%       7.9o/o       8.4o/o




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Planning & Development services Expenditure summary

                                             Actual 2007 Actual                            Budget       Budget         Budget
                                                                           Actual
                                                                                            2010         2011           2012
842    PDS-Code Enforcement
          Salaries & Wages                                  136,628           165,327      221,O88       183,740        193,976
          Benefits                                           49,217            58,833        87,672         69,273       78,287
          Supplies                                              418                             300          400            400
          Professional Services                                  65
          Other Services &                                    2,951             2,833        9,528       12,323         12,323
       Total PDS-Code Enforcement                           189,279           226,993      318,588      265,736        284
       Percent          from Previous Year                        0.0%o         19.9o/o       40.4o/o       -16.60/o       7.2o/o
843    PDS-SpecialProjects
          Salaries & Wages                                   30,230
          Benefits                                            8,684
          Professional Services                                  25
          Other Services & Charges                              502
       Total-Special                                               441             49
       Percent Change from Previous Year           O.Oo/o         0.0o/o       -99.9%                         O.0o/o       o.o%
2500   PDS-Long Range Planning
          Salaries & Wages                      567,294     526,875           463,562      555,235      308,888        325,123
          Benefits                              186,979     187,614           170,631      224,547      1   15,681     130,617
          Supplies                               15,147       3,344             1,638        8,727           7,650        7,650
          Professional Services                  75,021     165,923            20,300
          Other Services & Charges               37,694      19,677            15,325       18,567          19,942       19,942
          Residual Equity Transfers
       Total                                   882,1 35     903,433           671          807,076      452.161        483,332
       Percent          from Previous Year        30.5%        2.4%            -25.7o/o      2O.2o/o        -44.Oo/o       6.9o/o
2510   PDS-GIS
          Salaries & Wages                      118,954     120,747           130,519      131,748          71,541      73,665
          Beneflts                               37,531      40,198           42,362        47,803          24,643      27,629
         Supplies                                 1,507          40               173          250             250         250
          Professional Services                   8,672       9,547             9,070       11,311           9,000       9,000
         Other Services &                         3,400         385               619        1,235           1,585        1,595
       IofalPDS-G/S                             170.064     170,917           182,743      192,347      107,019        112,129
       Percent         from Previous Year          7.3o/o         0.5%              6.9%       5.3o/o       -44.4o/o       4.8o/o




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Planning & Development services Expenditure summary

                                             Actual                                          Budget        Budget      Budget
                                                            Actual            Actual
                                                                                              201 0         2011        2012
2525   PDS - Concurrency Mgmt
          Professional Services                 271,407            69,271          3,576         3,936
       Total                                    271,407            69.271          3,576         3,936
       Percent          from Previous Year       735.1o/o          -74.5o/o       -94.8o/o       10.1o/o     -100^0%
2540 - 2586 Various
          Salaries & Wages                                          9,550         24,663
          Benefits                                                                     819
          Supplies                                    302             745          3,871         8,150        9,000       1,700
          Professional Services                 269,238        1   16,032        115,359      369,651       217,632      63,550
          Other Services & Charges                    708                            600        2,640          5,800      2,000
       Total Various                            270,248        126,327           145,312      380.441        232,432     67.250
       Percent Chanqe ftom Previous Year         360.8%         -53.3%             15.0o/o      161.8o/o      -38.9%      -53.7o/o
TOTAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT                  6,277,829        149,79s         5,874,979     6,499,200     5,087,269   5,195,898
Percent Change from Previous Year                 10.2o/o           -2.00Â         -4.5o/o       10.60/o      -21.7%        2.1o/o




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Planning & Development Services Budget by Program


                                      PDS Natural
                                       Resource
                                       Planning
                                          5o/o




                                                     PDS GIS
                                                        2Yo

                                                    PDS Various
                                                        3o/o




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Planning & Development Services Program Summary
                                                                                    Budget     Budget       Budget
                                            Actual       Actual       Actual
                                                                                     2010       2011            2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
     800  PDS Administration                   919,436 1,120,135  ,334,319
                                                                       1           1,157,894     920,916      943,416
     815  PDS-EnvironmentalPermitting           98,397 789,916     911,521           875,840     949,256    1,019,530
     820  PDS-Current Planning               1,918,477 825,397 628,325               660,310     493,285      529,330
     830  PDS-Building Services              1,610,961 1,709,732 1,584,888         1,879,888   1,425,870    1,495,063
     835  PDS Permit Center-Flood                6,130 4,105 5,532
     836  NWCAA Equip/Title lll                  8,481 2,538
     841  PDS-Natural Resource Planning         87 ,211 171,766 180,263             222,880     240,594         260,862
     842  PDS-Code Enforcement                       - 189,279 226,993              318,588     265,736         284,986
     843  PDS-SpecialProjects                        -   39,440      49
    2500 PDS-Long Range Planning               882,136 903,433 671,455 807,076                  452,161         483,332
     2510   PDS-GIS                            170,064 170,917 182,742 192,347                  107,019         112,129
     2525   PDS - Concurrency Mgmt             271,407 69,271              3,576       3,936
     2540     2590 Various                     270,248 126,327 145,312               380,441    232,432        67,250
Total Planning & Development   Operations    6,242,948 6,122,256 5,874,975 6,499,200 5,087,269              5,19s,g98
CAPITAL

     841      PDS-NaturalResource                            11,814
Total Planning & Development Capital                         11,814
TRANSFERS
      GENERAL FUND
     800      PDS Administration                14,568        7,470
     815      PDS-EnvironmentalPermitting                     8,251
     820      PDS-Current Planning              20,314
Total                          Transfers        34,882       15,721
TOTAL PLANNING & DEVLOPMENT                  6,277,830 6,149,791 5,874,975 6,499,200 5,087,269              5,195,898
Percent Change from Previous Year                1}.2o/o          -2.O%        -4.5o/o 10.6%      -21   .7o/o      2.1o/o




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Planning & Development Services Funding Sources

                       General Fund
                           39.52o/o                                                                         2011             2012
                                                                           Buildinq Permits             1,165,391       1.165.391
                                                                           rlan Check Fees                574.404         574,404
                                                                           lritical Area Fees              89,053          89,053
                                                                           )ther Land Use Fees           929.87e          929,878
                                                                            ntergovernmental Revenues    258.932           66.250
                                                                           )ther Permits & Fees           68,41€           68,416
                                                                           3eneral Fund                 1.881.09r       2.182,406
                                                                           Viscellaneous Revenue         120.10C          120,100
                                                                           Iotal Fundino                5,087,26S       5.195.898




                                                        Building Permits
                                                            22.67o/o




                          Fees
                Critical Area         Plan Check Fees
                      1.73o/o             11.17Yo




                                                                                                                    Page 167
Planning & Development Services Revenue Summary


GENERAL FUND
800  PDS Administration
      Taxes                                                                1

      Business Licenses & Permits          210,198       (7e5)
      lntergovernmental Revenue              4,807                   36,000
      Charges for Services                 416,987      2,419        18,359       22,500     23,200        23,200
      Fines and Forfeits                    24,145
      Miscellaneous                            652                     (172)       1,000        100           100
     TotalPDS  Administration              656,789 1,624 54,188                   23,500     23,300        23,300
     Percent Change from Previous   Year    -82.72o/o -99.8% 3236J%               -56.6%       -O.go/o        O.Oo/o
815 PDS-EnvironmentalPermitting
      Charges for Services                         -_   2,820 599,399 616,000_               520,246_     520,246
      Miscellaneous
      Other Financing Sources
      Total PDS-Envirome ntal                                       599,459      616,000     520,246
      Percent Change from Previous Year                  0.0%      21157¿%          2.8%      -15.5%
82O   PDS-CurrentPlanning
       Charges for Services                  4,173      3,673 333,050 275,000 238,358                     238,358
      Total PDS-Current Planni ng            4,173      3,673 333,050 275,000 238,358                     238,358
      Percent Change from Previous Year       -2.60/o -12.Oo/o 8967.5o/o -17.4%               -13.3o/o        O.O%
830   PDS-BuildingServices
       Business Licenses & Permits                        (29)     1,195,194    1,214,000 1,179,677      1,179,677
       lntergovernmental Revenue             9,902      19,866 20,003             19,000 19,000            19,000
       Charges for Services                    650      16,422 940,429           950,000 858,161          858,161
       Other Financing Sources                                                    10,000 10,000            10,000
      Total PDS Building Seryrces           10,552    36,259 2,155,626 2,193,000 2,066,838 2,066,838
      Percent Change from Previous Year    13428.20/o 243.60/o 5845.1o/o 1.7o/o -5.8%           O.Oo/o
835   PDS Permit Center-Flood
       Other Financing Sources               6,130      4,105         5,470
      Total PDS Permit Center-Flood          6,130      4,1   05      5,470
      Percent Change from Previous Year      -29.5o/o                 33.3o/o    -100.0o/o      0.0o/o        0.0%




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Planning & Development Services Revenue Summary

                                                                                            Budget       Budget       Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                                             2010         2011         2012
836    PDS-NWCAAEquipment
        lntergovernmental Revenue                               5,112
       Total P DS-NWCAA Eq ui pme nt                            5,112
       Percent Change from Previous Year        -100.0%           0.0o/o      -100.0%           O.0o/o       0.0o/o       0.0%
841    PDS-Natural Resource Planning
        Taxes                                        60            (57)
        Business Licenses & Permits           1,121,952     1,246,241
        Charges for Services                  1,529,849     2,029,528
        Fines and Forfeits                       14,595        46,463
        Miscellaneous                               929         2,401
       Total PDS-Natural Resource Planninç    2,667,385     3,324,576
       Percent Change from Previous Year           0.ÙYo                      -100.0%           0.0%         0.0o/o       0.0%
842    PDS-CodeEnforcement
        Fines and Forfeits                                                     76,675         59,000       60,000       60,000
       Total PDS-Code Enforcement                                              76,675                      60,000       60,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year           0.0o/o         0.0%              0.ÙYo     -23.1o/o       1.7o/o       0.0o/o
2500   PDS-Long Range Planning
        Charges for Services                                                   13,750          7,500        7,500        7,500
        Miscellaneous                                               20            106
      Total PDS-Long Range Planning                                            13,856          7,500        7,500        7,500
      Percent Change from Previous Year         -100.0%           0.0%       69180.0%         -45.g%o        o.o%         O.Oo/"
2540 - 2586 Various
        lntergovernmental Revenue               161,323        85,972         126,335        387,470 (239,932)          47,25O
        Other Financing Sources                                                               52,000 50,000             50,000
       Total Various                            161,323        85,972 126,335 439,470 (189,932) 97,250
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year                              46.9% 247.9o/o -143.2%
                                                               -46.7o/o                            -23.0%
TOTAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT                  3,506,352 3,464,161 3,364,659 3,613,470 2,726,310 3,013,492
Percent Change from Previous  Year               -11.7o/o -1.2%o -2.9%                          7.4% -24.6%              1o.s%




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                                                                   POSITION HISTORY


                                           2008 to                    2009 to                  Addtns &
                               Adjusted     2009         Adopted       2010       Beginning    Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                        2011 to
                                2007-     Addtns &        2009       Addtns &      2010         (as of       as of      Changes/           2011          2012        2012
PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT          2008      Adiustmts       Totals     Adjustmts     Totals      10/1/10)    101112010    Closures         Allocation     Changes    Allocation
urreclor                           1.UU                      1.00                      1.UU                      1.00                          1 00                     1.00
Adm¡nistrative Assistant           1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00                          1.00                     1.00
Special Projects Manager           1.00       (1   00)       0.00                      0.00                      0.00                          0.00                     0.00
Applications Specialist            1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00          (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
Clerk                              3.00                      3.00        (1.00)        2.OO                      2.00          (2.00)          000                      0.00
Ass¡stant Director                 1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00          (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
Division Manager                  2.00        (1   00)       1.00                      't.00                     1.00                          1.00                     1.00
Division Secretary                3.00                       3.00                      3.00                     3.00                           3.00                     3.00
GIS Specialist                    2.00                       2.00                      2.00                     2.00           (1.00)              00                   1.00
Planner                          30.00         2.00)        28.00         2.00       30.00                     30.00           (6.00)        24.00                     24.00
Coordinator                        1.00                      1.00                     1.00                       1.00                          1.00                     1.00
Public Service lnspector           6.00                      6.00                      6.00                      6.00          (1.00)          5.00                     5.00
Fire lnspector                     2.00                      2.00                      2.OO                      2.00                          2.OO                      2.00
Burn/Fire lnspector                1.00                      1.00                      1.00                      1.00          (1.00)          0.00                      0.00
Plans Examiner                     4.60       (1   00)       3.60                      360                       3.60          (1.60)          200                       2.OO
Permit Coordinator                 1.00                      1.00        (1.00)        000                       0.00                          000                       0.00
Permit Center Specialist          0.00                       0.00         't.00        1.00                      1.00                          1.00                      1.00
Permit Center Technician          3.00                       3.00         1.00         4.00                      4.00          (3.00)          100                       1.00
Planning Technician               5.00        (1.00)         4.00        (3.00)        1.00                      1.00          (1.00)         0.00                       0.00
PDS Supervisor                    5.00                       5.00                      5.00                     5.00           11.00)         4.00                      4.00
TOTAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT     73.60        (6.00         67.60        t1.00)      66.60          0.00       þb.bu       (   I 9.60t       47.00          0.00       47.OO




                                                                                                                                                                       Page 170
                                    Prosecuting Attorney

1.   Work closely with the District Court Administrator and Judges to develop and implement
     a new contested infraction process, including a monthly stãcked calendãr, that ¡iroduces
     additionalfine revenue amounting to at leasf $100,000:

2.   Maintain and use the following performance measures as a means to define sufficient
     staffing and funding levels:
                                                ceipt of incident report to a charging decision.

                                                       receipt of incident report to charging

                                                       ling to finaldisposition. In 2011 the goalis


3.                                                                                                    re



                                                       ent. Additionally, work with District Court
                                                                  eloped by the State that will
                                                                  to a fully digital case processing
     environment.

4.   Maintain sufficient staff to provide just, equitable and high quality legal representation on
     both the criminal and civil sides of the office. This goal seems to behore'difficult to reach
     due to the economic crisis we are presently     facing                               ined
     the same for years and have only been met in      thé                                ntinues
     to be having sufficient staff to meet the caseload  s                                e been
     established for the criminal divisions, as follows: F                                     Juvenile
     350 cases per. attorney; District Court -800 cases per attorney. We have lost an attorney
     in the felony division due to budget problems, which has cauéed us to move further froúr
     the caseload standards that we have estaÞlished. We hope that the economic picture will
     brig_hten in the next few years which will allow us to fillthi.s lost position. The ciúil division
     staffing should be at a level that allows for thorough and high qirality legal representation
     for Whatcom County.

5.   Continue to strengthen the bail forfeiture process, begun in 2010, to ensure that the
     program produces the intended results.




                                                                                   continued on next page


                                                                                                            Page 171
  6.     Continue to expand the use of technology in the courtrooms for presentations of evidence
         to juries.




Victim   / Witness
  1-                                  staff in this unit, continue to provide as much support as
                                      witnesses throughout the litigation process, whilê'focusing
                                     ial and the securing of restitution.




                                                                                                    Page 172
                         Prosecuting Attorney - Law Library

1.   Provide a fundamenla!!9yel of current legal materials unavailable elsewhere in the county,
     to.,meet the legal research needs of the cóurts, the bar, county àmpiõveéJanü'c¡t¡zèns ot
     Whatcom County.

2.
     llqyi*_::l-"rt^._]9_l9g"l information sources in the most cost-effective manner through print
     or electron¡c formats maintained in or accessed through the library and interlibrary tòan.

3.
     l3li.]P?t"_¡-c9^o¡grative efforts with other public and..academic libraries, community
     agenc¡es, and other public institutions to imþrove public access to legal ¡ñformàt¡on.'

4.   Evaluate and apply information technologies to maximize efficient and cost-effective access
     to legal research resources, and to facilitate management of the Law Library's information
     resources.

     Continue networking with additionalfunding sources and cost-saving measures to keep
     pace with rising costs of legal materials.




                                                                                                     Page 173
Prosecuting Attorney Expenditure Trends


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                                                       Page 174
Prosecuting Attorney Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                       Budget        Budget          Budgel
                                                 Actual            Actual            Actual
                                                                                                        2010          2011             2012
GENERAL FUND
2600 Prosecuting Attorney
        Salaries & Wages                          2,941,991         3,1 89,11 5       3,233,481        3,505,193     3,379,282       3,469,864
        Benefits                                    953,132         1,064,721         1,079,596        1,243,681     1,219,263       1,371,215
        Supplies                                        81 ,188        77,076            74,463           69,993        88,200           89,250
        Professional Services                           54,1 63        37,994            32,265           37,800        48,000           48,000
        Building Maintenance Fees                       89,189         93,504            97,536          102,164        97,727           97,727
        Administrative Cost Allocation              188,169           193,814           254,102          270,135       226,133         232,917
        Other Services & Charges                    104,434           112,306           103.455          126,286      1   16,857       I 15,807
                  Transfers                          31,057
       Total                                      4,443,323         4,768             4,874,898        5,355,252     5.175.462       5,424,780
       Percent         ftom Previous Year                13.7o/o            7.3o/o            2.2o/o        9.9%           -3.4o/o        4.ÙVo
2621   PA-Victim-Witness Grant
          Salaries & Wages                                             16,982            34,500          38,647           37,965        40,609
          Benefits                                                      8,201            16,427          18,872           19,354        21,771
          Other Services & Charges                                                                                          777            777
       Total P A-Victi m-Wit ne ss   G ra   nt                         25,183            50,927          57,519                         63,157
       Percent Change from Previous Year                                 0.0%            102.2o/o          12.9o/o          1.Oo/o        8.7o/o
2632   PA-DTF JAG Grant
         Salaries & Wages                                                                 1,569                           51,282
          Benefits                                                                            456                         16,248
       TotalPA-DTF JAG      Grant                                                         2,025                 _         67,530
       Percent           from Previous Year               0.0%              0.0o/o            O.Oo/o     -100.0%            0.0%       -100.0%
2640   PA - HIDTA Funding
          Salaries & Wages                          125,414           124,042           122,471         140,390       141,529         143,063
          Benefits                                      39,435         42,354            42,186          50,412           51,822       57,565
       TotalPA-HIDTA                                164,849           166,396           164,657         190,802       193,351         200,628
       Percent Chanqe from Previous Year                  8.1o/o            0.9%          -1 .0o/o         15.9o/o          1.3o/o       3.8%
       Prosecuti ng Attorney-Miscellaneous
          Salaries & Wages                          1   15,706        139,848           178,998         153,564
          Benefits                                      35,597         44,978            57,319          52,631
       Total                                        151,303           184.826           236,317         206,1 95
       Percent Change from Previous Year                -23.2%          22.2o/o           27.9o/o         -12.7o/"     -100.0%

                                                                                                                                                   Page 175
Prosecuting Attorney Expenditure Summary

                                                Actual 200                                             Budget       Budget         Budget
                                                                  Actual            Actual
                                                                                                        2010          201"1         2012
LAW LIBRARY
2630   Law Library
          Salaries & Wages                             22,207         24,144              25,577         27,691        28,662           28,662
          Benefits                                     13,930         15,020              15,944         17,413        18,953           20,823
          Supplies                                     44,980         44,320              41,993         36,465        43,657           45,657
          Building Maintenance Fees                    19,656         20,294              16,973         21,909        21,038           21,O38
          Administrative Cost Allocation                7,370          7,591               7,200          7,693         9,719           10,01   1
          Other Services & Charges                      1,388          1,242               1,338          2,386         1,909            1,909
       Total Law                                   109,531           112,6't1            109,025        113,557       123,938       1   28,1 00
       Percent          from Previous Year               6.2o/o         2.8%               -3.2o/o        4.2o/o     9.1o/o               3.4o/o
Total General Fund                               4,869,006         5,257,546         5,437.849        5,923,325 5,618,377         5,816,665
Percent Change ftom Previous Year                       11.60/o            8.0o/o            3.4o/o        8.9%          -5.1%            7.0o/o
507 ADMIN SERVICES.GENERAL LIABILITY
          Professional Services                        17,160 20,861 27,337 60,000 60,000                                               60,000
          Other Services & Charges               1,751,827 956,236 1,445,469 1,715,907 1,971,522 1,411.848
          operating   Transfers                   146,415 1s0,213 170,497 179,090 17g,s4o 17g,s4o
        Total Ad mi n Services-General           1,915,402 1,127,310                                  1,954,997 1,611,062
                                                                                     1                                            1,651,388
       Percent            from Previous Year        455.0o/o  -41j%                        45.8o/o        19.O%        -17.60/0           2.5o/o
1 42 VICTIMI WITNESS ASSISTANCE FUND

           Salaries & Wages                            45,000         47,265              49,161         51,360        50,569           52,355
           Benefits                                    16,758         18,065              18,587         21,090        21,292           23,807
           Administrative Cost Allocation               6,319          8,195               8,480          9,009        5,334             5,468
           Operating Transfers                         51,061         59,132              66,659         64.752       65,679        65,679
        Total Victim/ Witness Assistance Fund      1   19,138        132,657             142,887       146,211       142,874       147.309
       Percent            from Previous Year            -6.9o/o        113%                  7.7%          2.3%o        -2.3o/o           3.1o/o
I65 DRUG FUND
           Supplies                                 35,491            28,648              20,073        19,000         14,000
           Other Services & Charges                134,773           154,324              82,209       130,000        83,000            60,000
           lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                              4,221
           Operating Transfers                     516,228           537,467             511,967       511,967       511,967       511,967
       Total Druq Fund                             687,562          724,660              614,249       660,967            967      571,967
      Percent Change from Previous Year               -2.9%                5.4o/o         -15.2o/o         7.60/o       -7.9o/o          -6.1o/o
TOTAL PROSECUTING ATTORY                         7,591,108         7,242,173         7,838,288        8,685,500     7,981,280     8,187,329
Percenl        from Previous Year                       36.9%          -4.6%                 8.2o/o       10.8o/o       -8.1o/o           2.60/o

                                                                                                                                                    Page 176
Prosecuting Attorney Budget by program



                             Victim Witness
                                  Grant
                                  0.83%
                                                 DTF JAG Grant
                                                         0.46Yo

                                                  HIDTA Funding
                                                         2.69%


                                                             Law Library
                                                                  1.72Yo




                                                          Tort Claims Defense
                                                                 19.81%




                                              Drug Fund
                                               1.07o/o




                                                                                Page 177
Prosecuting Attorney Program Summary

                                             Actual                                        Budget             Budget         Budget
                                                             Actual 2008 Actual
                                                                                               2010             201',l         2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
    2600 ProsecutingAttorney                  4,412,266       4,768,530   4,874,897        5,355,252          5,175,462      5,424,780
    2621 PA-Victim-WitnessGrant                                  25,183      50,927           57,519             58,096         63,157
    2632 PA-DTF JAG Grant                                                     2,025                              67,530
    2640 PA - HIDTA Funding                     164,849         166,396     164,657            190,802         193,351        200,628
            PA-Miscellaneous                    151,304         184,826     236,317            206,1 95
    2630 Law Library                            109,s32         112,611     109,026            1   13,557       123,938        128,100
    507 ADMIN SERVICES.GENERAL LIABILITY      1,768,987         977,096   1,472,806        1,775,907          1,431,522      1,471,848
    1 42 VICTIMI WITNESS ASSISTANCE FUND         68,077          73,525      76,228           81,459             77,195         81,630
    I65 DRUG FUND                               171,334         187,193     102,283            149,000           97,000         60,000
                                              6,846,349            360    7,089,166        7                  7,224,094            143
      GENERAL FUND
      2600 ProsecutingAttorney                   31,057
      507 ADMIN SERVICES.GENERAL LIABILITY      146,415         150,213     170,497            179,090         179,540        179,540
      142 VICTIM/ WITNESS ASSISTANCE FUND        51,061          59,132      66,659                64,752       65,679         65,679
      165 DRUG FUND                             516,228         537,467     511,967            511,967         511,967        511,967
Total                     Transfers             744,761         746,812     749,123          755,809           757J86          757,186
TOTAL PROSECUTING ATTORNEY                    7,591 ,1 '10    7,242,172   7,838,289        8,685,500          7.981.280      8,187,329
Percent         from Previous Year                 36.9%          -4.6%           8.2o/o            10.8o/o        -8.1o/o        2.60/o




                                                                                                                                           Page 178
Prosecuting Attorney Funding Sources


                                                                                                                                         2011            2012
                                                                                     I   nteroovernmental Revenues               1,161.33(          r.093.809
                                                                                     General Fund                                3,371,51t          3.677,66C
                                                                                     Fines/Forfeits                                769 00(           496,00C
                                                                                     Law Library Revenues                           81.89Í             81,893
                                                                                     General Government Fees                        90,2               90,20c
                                                                                     lnterfund Transfers to Tort Fund            1.841.371          1.841.371
                                                                                     Miscellaneous Revenue                         32,000             32,000
                                                                                     Operatinq Transfers                          448,130            448,130
                                                                                     Fund Balance*                               (57'1.355'         (330,920
                                                                                     Total Fundino                               7.224.09¿          7.430.142




                                                                      Law Library
                                                                        Revenues
                                                                           1.05o/o


                                     lnterfund Transfers   General Government
                                         to Tort Fund            Fees
                                          23.670/o               1.160/o



    Operating Transfers
          5.760/"

                     Miscellaneous
                       Revenue
                          O.41o/o



                                                                                     *Fund balance is not included in the above chart.




                                                                                                                                                Page 179
Prosecuting Attorney Revenue Summary

                                                                                                            Budget       Budget       Budget
                                                           Actual 2007 Actual             Actual
                                                                                                             2010         2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
2600 ProsecutingAttorney
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                 679,135     771,630          845,933 914,070_ 880,416                  880,416
      Charges for Services                                           33
      Fines and Forfeits                                                                                                  125,000      125,000
      Miscellaneous                                                240                           -   4,000 29,000                        29,000
      Other Financing Sources                                   424,258     402.731          426J64 434,753 436,130                     436,130
     Total Prosecuting Attorney                             1   ,103,666 1,174,361 1 ,272,097 1,352,823 1,470,546                     1,470,546
     Percent Change from Previous Year                             6.50/o       6.40/o             8.3%         6.30/o       8.7o/o        O.Oo/o
2621 PA-Victim-Witness Grant
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                        -     15,658 37,024                    35,468       36,726       36,726
      Other Financing Sources                                                 9,525 13,903                    12,000       12,000       12,000
     Total P A-V icti m-Witness G ra nt                                      25,183           50,927         47,468        48,726       48,726
     Percent Change from Previous Year                             0.0%         0.0%          102.2%           -6.8%         2.7o/o        0.jlio
2632 PA-DTF JAG Grant
                           Revenue                                                             2,025                       67,530
     TotalPA-DTF JAG Grant                                                                     2,O25                       67,530
     Percent Change from Previous Year                             0.0%         O.Oo/o             O.Oo/o    -100.0olo       0.0%       -100.0%
2640 PA - HIDTA Funding
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                 154.857     154,252          173,310         190,803      165,317      165,317
     TotalPA-HIDTA Funding                                      154,857     154,252          173,310         190,803      165.317      165.317
     Percent Change from Previous Year                             4.0o/o       -O.4o/o        12.4o/"         10.1o/o     -13.4o/o        O.0To
     Prosecuting Attorney-Miscellaneous
      lntergovernmental Revenue                                                               77,059
      Miscellaneous                                                           3,549            9,384
       Total P rosec uti ng Attorney -M isce ll aneo u s                      3,549           86,443
       Percent Change from Previous Year                           0.0%         0.ÙVo        2335.7o/o       -100.0%         0.0%          0   0o/o




                                                                                                                                                      Page 180
Prosecuting Attorney Revenue Summary

                                                 Actual             Actual                              Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                                                      Actual
                                                                                                          2010          2011          2012
LAW LIBRARY
2630   Law Library
        Charges for Services                           65,994           80,280            78,476           78,800        81,893        81,893
        Miscellaneous                                   6,1 00           7,375             4,856            6,000         3,000         3,000
       Total Law                                       72,094           87,655            83,332           84,800        84,893        84,893
       Percent          ftom Previous Year                3.2o/o         21 .60/o          -4.9Yo            1.go/         O.1o/o           1.9o/o
Total General Fund                                1   ,330,617       1,445,000         1,668,134        1,675,894     1,837,012     1,769.482
Percent          from Previous Year                       6.0o/o             8.6%                            0.5%
                                                                                           15.4o/o                         9.6%            -3.7o/o
507 ADMIN SERVICES.GENERAL LIABILITY
        Miscellaneous                             1,231,868          1,345,933         1,417,676        1,915,259     1.841.371     1,841,371
       Total Ad mi n Services-General             1,231,868          1,345,933         1,417,676        1,915,259     1,841,371     1,841,371
      Percent Chanoe from Previous Year                  14.7o/o             9.3o/o            5.3o/o       35.1o/o       -3.9o/o        o.o%
142 VICTIM/ WITNESS ASSISTANCE FUND
        lntergovernmental Revenue                      't1,326          11,326            11,350           11,328        11,350        1   1,350
        Charges for Services                           96,644           94,696            84,537           96,400        90,200        90,200
        Fines and Forfeits                             25,626           26,099            28,641           30,000        34,000        34,000
       Total Victim/ Witness Assisfan ce Fu nd        133,596                121         124,528          137.728      135,550       13s,550

I65 DRUG FUND
          Fines and Forfeits                          321,114          538,497           157,761         278,200       610,000       337,000
          Miscellaneous                                60,051           39,400            19,647           15,000
       Total Druq Fund                                381,165          577,897           177,408         293,200       610,000       337,000
       Percent Chanqe from Previous Year                -44.5o/o         51 .60/o         -69.3%           65.3%         108.0%        -44.8o/o
TOTAL P RO    S EC   UT I N G ATTO R N EY         3,077.246                  951       3,387,746        4,022.O81     4,423,933     4,083,403
Percent              from Previous Year                  -1 .9o/o        13.8%             -3.2o/o          18.7%         10.0o/o          -7.7o/o




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                                                                   POSITION HISTORY


                                                2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                                    Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                  2O'11 to
                                     2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &     2010        (as of       as of      Changes/       2011        2012        2012
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY                 2008      Adjustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals     10t1t10],   10t1t2010    Closures     Allocation   Changes    Allocation
rr vÞEuuur tg A([ut I tcy              1.00                    1.00                    1 00                      1.00                      100                     1 00
Chief Criminal Deputy                  1.00                    1.00                    1.00                      L00                      1.00                     1.00
Chief Civil Deputy                     1.00                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     r.00
Assistant Chief Criminal Deputy        1.00                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     '1.00
Assistant Chief Civil Deputy           1.00                    't.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Deputy                                20.10                   20.10                   20.10                    20.10        (1.70)       18.40                   18.40
Coordinator                            1.00                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Legal Assistant                       14.00         1.00      15.00                   15.00                    15.00        (1.00)       14.00                   14.00
Confidential Secretary                 1.00                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Clerk                                  2.00                    2.00                    2.OO                     200         (1.00)        1.00                    1.00
Administrative Manager                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                    1.00                      1.00                    1.00
Paralegal                              3.00                    3.00                    3.00                     3.00                      3.00                    3.00
Domestic Relations Coordinator         4.00                    4.00                    4.00                     4.00                      4.00                    4.00
Victim Witness Coordinator              1.00       (1.00)      0.00                    0.00                     0.00                       0.00                   0.00
Sexual Assault Case Specialist          1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                   1.00
Domestic Violence Case Specialist       1.00                   1.00                     1.00                    100                        1.00                   't 00
Law Librarv
Librarian                                                                                                                                                         0.00
                                       0.50                    0.50                    0.50                     0.s0                      0.50
IOTAL PROSECUTING ATTORNEY                                                                                                                                        0.50
                                      54 60         0.00      54.60         0.00      54.bU         0.00       54 60        (3.70        5U.9U        0.00       5U.91




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                                     Public Defender

1.   Provide competent representation to each of our clients.

2.   Work towards bringing our caseloads closer to nationaland state standards.

3.   Work with other branches of the criminaljustice system, the Department of Social and
     Health Services, and the Attorney Generãl's Officê to continue the implementation and
     expansion of drug courts and family treatment courts in whatcom coirnty.

4.   Gontinue development of a Policy and Procedures Manual for the Whatcom County Public
     Defender's Office.




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Public Defender Expenditure Trends


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$4,000,000


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                             ct¡

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             I Actual tr Budget



                                                  Page 184
     Public Defender Expenditure Summary

                                           Actual 2007 Actual 2008 Actual               Budget          Budget          Budget
                                                                                         2010            2011            2012
GENERAL FUND
2650 Public Defender
        Salaries & Wages                    1,949,476     2,032,378       1,806,930     1,896,879       1,931,578       1,884,348
        Benefits                              639,419       682,254         638,087       738,495         745,850         787,686
        Supplies                               55,989        44,320          45,624        51,185          46,458          45,518
        Professional Services                  88,590      1   07,1 88       82,542      1   20,1 00     115,100         115,100
        Building Maintenance Fees              95,340          98,432       100,944      105,734         102,039         102,039
        Administrative Cost Allocation        132,155      136j20          199,287       211,860         192,674         198,454
        Other Services & Charges              231,999      231,250         156,609       114,295             90,831          85,771
     TotalPublic Defender                   3,192,968      331,942        3,030,023      238,548        3,224,530            18,916
     Percent          from Previous Year        13.60/0          4.4o/o       -9.1o/o          6.9o/o         -O.4o/o         -0.2o/o
2667 PD-Office of Public Def Grnt
        Salaries & Wages                       52,137          98,942      124,355       1   18,370      127,524         127,524
        Benefits                               17,942          37,869       43,329           46,202          49,944       55,235
        Supplies                                3,157           6,440         3,175           2,400           2,400           2,400
        Professional Services                   3,331
        Other Services & Charges                                2,060         1,695        5.332              5,332           5,332
     Total PD-Office of Public Def Grnt        76,567      145,311         172,554       172.304         185,200         190,491
     Percent          from Previous Year         0.0%           89.8%         18.7%            -o.1%           7.5%            2.9o/o
2665 PD-Border Prosecution
        Salaries & Wages               130,039 128,932 I 15,908 15.1 ,013
        Benefits                        40,396 39,906    35,963  48,257
     T:tal PD-Border ?rosecutiqn       170,435 168,838 151,871 199,270     -                                                       _

     Percent change from Previous Year   16.9% -0.9% -10.0o/o 31.2"/" .¡|ooJ%                                                0.0%
TOTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER                        3,439,970    3,646,091         354,448 3,610,122 3,409,730                 3,409,407
Percent         ftom Previous Year              16.3o/o          6.0%         -8.0%            7.6Vo          -5.6%            0.0o/o




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Public Defender Budget by Program




                                    Page 186
Public Defender Program Summary


OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
      2650 Public Defender                3,192,968   3,331 ,941   3,030,023   3,238,548     3,224,530   3,218,916
      2667 PD-Office of Public Def Grnt     76,568      145,311      172,554     172,304      185,200     190,491
      2665 PD-BorderProsecution            170,435      168,838     151,871     199,270
Total Public Defender                     3,439,971   3,646.090    3,354,448   3,610,122     3,409,730 3,409,407
TOTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER                     3,439,971   3,646,090    3,354,448   3,610.122     3,409,730 3,409,407
Percent Change from Previous Year            16.30/o       6.0%        -8.O%        7.60/o       -5.60/o    0.Oo/o




                                                                                                                     Page 187
Public Defender Funding Sources


                                                                  2011           2012
                                  nterqovernmental Revenue     207,555        207,95E
                                  Seneral Fund               3,201,775       3.201.452
                                  Total Fundino              3.409.730       3,409,407




                                                                         Page 188
Public Defender Revenue Summary

                                         Actual 2007 Actual                                 Budget       Budget
                                                                  Actual
                                                                                  2010       2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
2650 Public Defender
      lntergovernmental Revenue              20,000                    31,239      19,000     19,575       19,575
      Miscellaneous                           1,227
       TotalPublic Defender                              28,003 31,239 19,000 19,57s                       19,575
       Percent Change from Previous   Year    10.0%       31   .9o/o    11.60/o -3g.2o/o 3.Oo/o            -37.3o/o
2667   PD-Office of Public Def Grnt
        lntergovernmental  Revenue           76,568 145,311 172,555 172,724 188,380 188,3g0
       Total PD-Office of Public Def Grnt    76,568 145,311 172,555 172,724 1AB,3ïO 1BB,3B0
       Percent Change from Previous Year      0.0o/o 89.8% 18.7o/o O.1o/o 91%          g.2o/o


Percent Change from Previous Year            406.70/o     77.2%         17.60/0     -5.9%       9.50/o       o.0%




                                                                                                                      Page 189
                                                                  POSITION HISTORY

                                           2008 to                 2009 to                 Addtns &
                              Adjusted      2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning   Adjustmts    Authorized   Proposed                 2011 lo
                               2007-      Addtns &      2009      Addtns &       2010        (as of       as of      Changes/       2011       2012         2012
PUBLIC DEFENDER                2008       Adiustmts     Totals    Adiustmts     Totals      10t1t1o)    10t1t2010    Closures    Allocation   Chanoes     Allocation
                                  1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     1.UU                     1.00
Chief Deputy                      't.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00
Deputy                           18.00                   18.00        (2.00)      16.00                     16.00        (1.00       15.00                    15.00
Office Administrator              1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00
lnvestigations Supervisor         1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00
lnvestigator                      4.00        (1.00)      3.00                     3.00                      3.00                     3.00                      3.00
Legal Assistant                   7.00                    7.00                     7.00                      7.00                     7.00       (1.00)         6.00
Administrative Secretary          1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00
ClerUReceptionist                 2.80                    2.80                     2.80                      2.80                     2.80       (2.00)        0.80
Social Services Coordinator       1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00       (1.00        0.00                     0.00
TOTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER           37.80         (1.00      36.80        I¿,UU       34.80          0.00       34.80        (2.00       32.80       (3.UU        29.80




                                                                                                                                                              Page 190
                                       Public Works - Administration

Ad m i n i strati o n/Acco u nti n g

   1.    Provide training and tools to project managers relating to Federal Grant and contract
         management, to include best managemenl practices,-national standards, and professional
         certifications.

   2.    AdjusUadapt to changes.jL.lnq current economic environment by consolidating staff and/or
         services to maintain flexibility in maximizing current resources.

Safety and Training

   1.    Conduct defensive driving training for all Whatcom County Public Works employees driving
         fleet vehicles. Ensure no less thañ twenty-five percent of áil drivers receive this'training
         during the budget year.

   2.    Conduct all required county, state,.qnd federally related employee training as it relates to
         safety in the workplace for Public Works.

   3.    Host an annual Road Crew Safety Day/Health Fair, focusing speakers and presentations
         on incident trends.

   4.    Develop Public W.orks comprehensive employee training guide book that will enable new
         and existing employees to determine required and availá6'le training opportunities.




                                                                                                        Page 191
                      Public Works - Engineering Administration

Engineering Seruices - Engineering Administration
  1.   2011 Consolidate and index County Road files currently located in multiple locations.

  2.   2011 Update policies,.procedures and notification list related to road weight restrictions due
       to severe freezing and thawing.

  3.   2011-2012lmplement. RuralArterial Preservation Program (RAPP) online projects tracking
       and voucher submittal.




                                                                                                        Page 192
                  Public Works - Engineering Bridge & Hydraulic

Transpoftation Division - Bridge & Hydraulic
  1.   Complete all bridge.inspection and reporting activities as required by the National Bridge
       nspection Standards for approximately 1 60- Cou nty-operateð brid gés.
       I




  2.   Plan, implement and oversee the committed work phases for projects listed for years 2011
       and 2012 in the 6-Year Transportation lmprovemeñt Program'as ãssigned.

  3.   Provide in-house permit acquisition and environmental services for the Engineering,
       Maintenance & Operations, and Stormwater Divisions.

  4.   Conduct bridge inspection services, bridge scour analyses, and Bridgeworks database
       management for the cities of Bellingham, Lynden, Everson, and Sumãs.

  5.   Complete monitoring, maintenance, and re_p_orting requirements for allfive (5) County-
       owned wetland mitigation sites (2011 and2012).-




                                                                                                    Page 193
                 Public Works - Engineering Design/Construction

Transpoftation Division - Design/Construction
  1'   Plan, implement and oversee the committed work phases for projects listed for years 2011
       and 2O12 in the 6-Year Transportation lmprovemeñt Program ãs ässigned.

  2-                          Bridge & Hyd.raulic Section for the County's Bridge Program. This
                             pecial inspections, overload requests, strúctural lñaintenance
                              structural peer review, and survey.

  3.   Provide technicalsupport, in  the_form                            contract administration,
       inspeclion and survey,.to other.Public                            tcom County
       Departments and to other local  munici                            gencies.

  4.                             nce (C.A) oversight to local municipalities and governmental
                                 c.ompliance on federalfunded projects. This is anticipated to be   1
                                 11 - 2012\.




                                                                                                        Page 194
                    Public Works - Engineering Development

1.   lmplement Development lmpact Mitigation ldentification System (DlMlS) by 1e 2011.

2.   lvgr.lçing with the Development Standards TechnicalAdvisory Committee and other
                             divisions,
     Rl9lç W_qllq lepartmentChapters updgle, and implement i¡pøtèJ io, wlratcim bounty
     Development Standards                 S and 2 by the eñ¿ of ZOlt'.




4.   Create and implement, by the end oÍ 2011, a standardized development document review
     report template.

5.   Perform, by the end of 2012,   2OO   real property address corrections.




                                                                                            Page 195
                           Public Works - Engineering Traffic

Engineering Selices - Traffic
  L




       signing and striping inventory for county roads.

                                                   county roads. This program will utilize vehicle
                                                   way design and other items used in this
                                                             mounted on vehicular trailers) placed
                                                            of the vehicle passing the reader board


  3.                                                            Ordinance and TIF (Traffic lmpact
                                                                This implementation will take
                                                                ations and construction activity




                                                                                                      Page 196
                           Public Works - Equipment Services

Transportation Division - Equipmenf Seryices
  1.   Prep.are p-asggnge.r-v_ehicle and pickup truck bids, beginning December I of each year, to
       meet the 2011 and 2012 vehicle ordering cutoff date (approximately the end of Mdrch of
       each year).

  2.   Continue to enco_urag_e the expansion and use of biofuels where economically and
       environmentally feasible.

  3.   lmplement a pilot p_rog.r.am for an all-electric passenger and truck gpe vehicles with
       potential uses by: Public Works, Parks and Facilitie5.




                                                                                                    Page 197
Public Works - Fe




                    Page 198
                       Public Works - Flood Control Zone District

Surtace Water Division          -   River & Flood
  1.    Complete floodplain mapping for the Lower Nooksack River and Everson-Sumas overflow
        corridor.

  2.    Perform detailed hydraulic analysis in Lower Nooksack River overflow corridors to enable
        development of flood protection measures to mitigate impacts associated witfr Oes¡énéã -
        overflows.

  3.    Design and construct levee improvement project for the upstream end of the Deming levee.

  4.    Continue implementing the interim strategy to manage sediment in Swift Creek and
        participate in long-term planning efforts ifõutside funîing becomes available.

  5.    lmplem.ent prioritized Plojecls under the.Flood Control Repair and Maintenance Program as
        needed, depending on floods and new damages.

        Complete.P.has^e   2.   design for Canyon Creek integrated fish-flood project in 2011 and
        implement   iltn2012.
  7.              code revision to Title 17 to ensure compliance with new requirements resulting
        -Complete
        from Biological opinion issued for the National F6od rnsurance progiam

  8.    lmplement design and construction of prioritized p_rojects under the Flood Control Repair &
        Maintenance Program as needed, depending on floóds and new damages.

  9.    Construct Acme-Landing Strip Creek project to provide erosion protection to Acme and fish
        habitat enhancement.

  10.   construct Phase 1 of the canyon creek restoration project and design phase 2.

  11.   lnitiate development of a project to construct a deflection berm on the Jones Creek alluvial
        fan.




                                                                                                       Page 199
                      Public Works - Maintenance & Operations

Transpoftation Division - M&O
  1.   lmplement procedures and sustain programs to maintain and preserve, in a cost effective
       manner, our investment in the road sysiem. (201'1-2012)

  2.   Develop a mapping system to design a priority traffic striping program. (2011-2012)

  3.   Develop a plan to combine services with other localgovernment entities via interlocal
       agreements-t!91eby14qreasing efficiency, reducing oþerationalcosts and utilizing current
       resources. (2011 - 2012\

 4.    lmplementaltSg{ng.systemvhich identifies our efforts to comply with the Federal
       mandated NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Sysfem). (2011-20121

  5.   Purchase and                                                    program that meets the
       requirements                                                    öarð lcnRa) which will
       help measure                                                    O12)'




                                                                                                  Page 200
                           Public Works - Natural Resources

Surface Water Division    - Natural
  1.   Assist County^D.epartments engaged in work that affects freshwater and marine ecology,
       includ ng ha6itat irorection, mitigãtion anJ rèiioräióñ.
             i




 2'    Coordinate County involvement ìn salmon recovery, shellfish protection, marine resource
       management,.stream and nearsho.re_rest_oration, watershed p'lanning anO ottrei aóivitiãJ
       that integrate biologicalfunction into the County''s water resource programs.

 3.    ldentiñT.and.ch,aracterize.principal sources of pollution to the region's fresh and marine
       waters in collaboration with other County Depärtments, other gõvérnments,ãnU'ifrË'þuutic.

 4.    Create and impleme¡!_ecosVstem performance measures to quantifu the benefit of County
       investment in natural resouice mañagement.

 5'    Create and implement adaptive management milestones to adjust programming for
       maximum effectiveness.




                                                                                                    Page 201
                            Public Works - Noxious Weed

1.
     9omplete any. necessgry enforcement activities_,_as outlined in RCW Chapter 17.10, for any
     target weed(s) as designated by the Board tor 2011 and2012.

2.   Contact landowners and monitor sites of all documented infestations of target weed(s) as
     designated by the Noxious Weed Board 1o¡ 2011 andZO12.

     Address citizen gomplaints and requests for information regarding listed noxious weeds in a
     trmely manner. Average response time to be 24 hours.

4.   Evaluate noxious weed management efforts on each documented weed site and record
     compliance to improve landowner communication and response.

5.   Surv.ey and.map target.species o.n publicly owned travel corridors and review management
     practices with responsible agencies.

6.   Manually remove 5 target species on county-owned roadways in whatcom county.

7.   Provide a minimum o.f 10 public presentations or exhibits regarding invasive plants with a
     focus on addressing the needs of specific target audiences.-

8.   Participate in.multi-agencJ research on_riparian and aquatic invasive plant management in
     support of salmon habitat restoration efforts.




                                                                                                   Page 202
                      Public Works - Real Estate Management

L    ApPly knowledge of realestate laws and procedures to negotiate right-of-way for road
     prgjects and reduce reliance on outside consultants; resolve compléx title isdues; assist
     other departments with purchases of property and/or property rights acquisitions.

2.   Assist with strateg                                                                     lus
     other departments
     tech evaluationsa                                                                       of
     property rights.

3.   Suppo.rt the completion of the annual road construction program and all other public works
     projects.

4.                                  properties:
     1t4q!'r"9" Public_ Works-controlled                                    with management
                                       leases
     of their properties; review and renew                                  propertiesãnd
     recommend sale of properties deemed to be                              ; an'd oversee staff
     according to bargaining agreement and legal requirements.

     Act as initial contact for road vacations. Coordinates and routes to County Engineer and
     County Council.

6.   Represent Public Works and Whatcom County at Council hearings, Propefi Management
     Committee meetings and other public hearings and meetings as necessary.

7.   Professionally _and courteously respond to public inquiries, complaints, emergencies or
     requests for information.




                                                                                                   Page 203
                               Public Works - Solid Waste

1                                                           eted for the Cedaruille Landfill,
                                                            . Bids and construction of the




2.   Hold one moderate-risk waste outside collection event each year, 2011 and 20iZ,lo
     address.special.needs and waste streams from areas outsidé of bellingham. Onã event will
     be situated in Pt. Roberts in alternate years (starting 2010), with otheróutlying locations of
     the County being visited on a rotationá|, as-rieeded-basis.'

     Coordinate lease agreements and contracts for the four landfills, MRW facility/operation,
     and schooleducation. Continue to support the Clean Green yard waste prosíam ànd
     composting education through interloðàland inter-departmeñtalagreemäntj.

4.   Continue to.sup.port Paint Product Stewardship efforts in Washington State for leftover
     architect.ural-pattllt which, if implemented, would save approxima-tely $25,000 annually in
     costs to the MRW program.

5.
     9.gnqly with all Department of Ecology reporting requirements for grants as well as for the
     MRW facility.

6.
     filovid.e community support through Birch Bay summer garbage pickup and Adopt-a-Road
     litter cleanup programs.




                                                                                                      Page 204
                                 Public Works - Stormwater

Surtace Water Division - Stormwater
  1'   ltt'pþfç¡!-Progrq.ms required by the Natíonal Pollution Discharge Elimination System
       (NPDES) Phasê il permit.

 2'    Dev-elop.and
                     ?tt?lq. approval of a TMDL response plan for dissolved oxygen and fecal
       coliform in Lake Whatcom.

 3.    !lRlement cqPital improve.ments, best management practices, and monitoring programs
       identified in the curreht Lake Whâtcom lvlana-gement'progrãm'È¡vð-t;äÞËn and the Lake
       Whatcom Comprehensive Stormwater plan. -

 4-    Assist the public,.communities, County.Departments, and other government agencies to
       prevent deterioration of the water quaiity iri the County's lakes, sÏreamÀ ànJ märinè
                                                                                             waters.




                                                                                                       Page 205
Public Works Expenditure Trends


$50,000,000


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$40,000,000


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                                                            Page 206
 Public Works Expenditure Summary

                                       Actual 200     Actual                                            Budget         Budget
                                                                          Actual
                                                                                            2010          2011          2012
PUBLIC WORKS
 Public Works Administration
   Salaries & Wages                       580,183          649,361           668,810       914,329       895,179        923,625
   Benefits                               899,939          650,652           201,O79       505,654       480,500        501,868
   Supplies                                20,365           24,260            20,879        38,300        36,700         36,700
   Professional Services                    7,987              14,111          9,984        63,500        55,500         55,500
   Building Maintenance Fees               86,612           78,065            78,485        82,622        86,330         86,330
   Administrative Cost Allocation         848,875          874,341           147,670       156,483        95,657         98,095
   Other Services & Charges               584,434          752,870           199,181       239,257       244,675        244,675
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs             125              154               155          1,000         1,000          1,000
   CapitalOutlay                               -           201,720           191,844
   Operating Transfers                    499,639      1   ,11 1,646       1,186,771      1,275,450     1.198.621      1,218,448
 Total Public Works Administration      3,528,159      4,357,180           2,704,858      3,276,635           162      3,166,241
 Percent          from Previous Year       -25.7o/o             23.5o/o       -37.9o/o        21.1o/o       -5.60/o         2.3Vo
 Road Engineering
   Salaries & Wages                     1,249,594      1,504,992           1,381,275      1,747,134     1,710,929      1,799,770
    Benefits                              721,234        904,506             896,623      1,053,571     1,031,086      1,O87,892
   Supplies                                66,976         75,249              40,633        89,1 00        91,800        88,400
    Professional Services                 165,165         72,531              32,024       179,075        178,875       178,875
    Building Maintenance Fees             106,298          1   10,087        106,748       112,375        111,395       111,395
   Administrative Cost Allocation                                            182,294       193,941        194,788       200,151
   Other Services & Charges               339,882          340,046           358,758       427,767        412,818       426,668
    lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                           6,600                           2,000          2,000         2,000
   CapitalOutlay                           20,600                                            10,000        40,000        40,000
   Operating Transfers                      1,1s8         35,000              24,049        47,862         38,600        40,290
   Residual Equity Transfers               59,997          5,028
Total Road Enqi,                                       3,054,039           3,022,404      3,862,825     3,812,291              41
Percent Chanqe from Previous Year            8.2To              11.8o/o        -1 .0o/o       27.8o/o       -1 .3o/o        4.3o/o




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M&O Road
  Salaries & Wages                  2.406.975       2,594,285       2,668,335        3,171,350     2,955,867      3,238,006
  Benefits                          1,385,389       1,578,057       1,715,992        2,043,260     1,852,564      2,022,007
  Supplies                          2,402,692       2,508,801       1   ,759,918     2,373,630     3,186,301      3,320,918
  Professional Services                  46,131          42,858          18,396         80,000       100,000       100,000
  Building Maintenance Fees              54,500          54,500        68,487           72,100        63,000         63,000
  Administrative Cost Allocation                                      257,203         272,195        251,577        257,527
  Other Services & Charges          3,442,O32       3,486,677       3,926,729        4,399,483     5,215,282      4,737,363
  lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs          150            75,711        23,914
  CapitalOutlay                                       20,686           31,357
  Operating Transfers                    72,393       75,000            108,700       114,300       100,000        100,000
  Residual Equity Transfers             366,857      480,780
TotalM&O Road                       10,177,119 10,917,355 10,579,031 12,526.318 13724.591                        13,838,821
Percent Change from Previous Year          7.5o/o          7.3o/o          -3.1Yo        18.4%          9.6%           0.8%
Ferry
   Salaries & Wages                     704,706      737,556          764,733         777,689       771,491        774,885
   Benefits                             226,841      241,094          239,723         271,322       283,811        314,38s
   Supplies                              38,975          22,O30        57,559          30,000        28,300         28,300
   Professional Services                193,974      1   16,300       120,216         299,000       191 ,250       193,575
   Building Maintenance Fees              2,248        2,388              979            1,031         1,089          1,089
  Administrative Cost Allocation         60,940       62,110          184,042         196,643        224,071        230,148
   Other Services & Charges             631,172      921,309        1,152,114        1,072,969     1,143,676      1,151,222
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs        17,462          21,721          22,072         22,495        22.500         22,500
  CapitalOutlay                                          17,886
  Operating Transfers                                                     4,250
Total Ferry                         1   ,876,318 2,142,394 2,545,688 2,671,149                     2,666,188      2,716,104
Percent Change from Previous Year          1.3o/o         14.2o/o          18.8o/o        4.9o/o       -0.2o/o         1.9o/o




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                                      Actual 2007 Actual                           Budget        Budget         Budget
                                                                   Actual
                                                                                     2010          2011          2012
Road Construction
  Salaries & Wages                       564,276      566,493         643,180       192,722         71,744       658,734
  Benefits                               325,369      356,950         417,610       107 ,278        11,552       370,715
  Supplies                               101,505      11ô,430          22,297
  Professional Services                1,677,487     1,387,483        858,747       132,982
  Administrative Cost Allocation                                      204,031       214,896       180,955        184,208
  Other Services & Charges                33,557       139,264         39,600
  lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs         171,681      200j97          370,215
    CapitalOutlay                      6,106,068     2,774,194      6,757,429     1s,283,s6;     4,301,00;
   Operating Transfers                    13,934                                   1,500,000
Total Road Construction                         7    5,541,011         13.109     17,431,441     4,565,251      1,213,657
Percent          from Previous Year        10.2o/o      -38.4o/o        68.1o/o        87.2o/o      -73.8o/o       -73.4o/o
Flood Control Zone
   Salaries & Wages                      602,524 673,412 546/62 645,237 586,846                                  600,008
   Benefits                              349,943 433,623 364,863 371,368 333,157                                 350,294
   Supplies                              130,388 102,074 86,184 659,913 298,266                                  412,OOO
   Professional Services               1,155,742 1,002,097 1,111,579 3,477,820 1,729,272                 2,623,224
   Building Maintenance Fees              39,756 41,137 35,032 36,S79 34,465                                34,465
   Administrative Cost Allocation        451,775 486,740 340/30 359,039                           395,852 407,398
   Other Services & Charges              227,300 243,940 250,328 272,444                          204,547 202,047
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs        151,800 195,089 309,332 755,227 107,000 106,500
    CapitalOutlay                        328,000 40,002 107,885 799,000 90,000 561,543
_   .oPg.ratilg_Transfers              _
                                         +11,90+ +o+,tos t,zgo,zag t,+og,¿ze t,ggo,st t,gs+,glt
TotalFloodControlZone3,854,5323,622,216,652,390
Percent         from Previous Year        -30.70h        -6.0%          36.6%         78.7o/o       -41 .60/o      28.7%




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                                       Actual 200     Actual                                               Budget                Budget
                                                                        Actual
                                                                                                               2011               2012
Public Works Other
  Salaries & Wages                        203,961          206,702         301,450            285,442          325,814            336,997
  Benefits                                117,415          130,349         194,650            168,848          184,807            191,644
  Supplies                                 56,014           74,506          89,774             78,200           82,500             81,500
  Professional Services                    26,880           40,213          65,205             441,011         696,375            883,472
  Building Maintenance Fees                                 11,202          11,488              '12,o94           5,663             5,663
  Administrative Cost Allocation           10,421           10,734           9,367              40,352           11,824            12,142
  Other Services & Charges                105,812          101,764         123,226             184,924         216,176            218,876
  lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                            23,823          54,138              38,000            1,500             4,000
  CapitalOutlay                                                                                                   1,s00
  Operating Transfers                       1,031            1,038          11,048               1,053          11,081            361,081
  Residual Equity Transfers                                                130,365
Total Public Works Other                  521              600,331         990,711           1,249.924     1,537,240             2,095,375
Percent          from Previous Year        -40.7o/o          15.1o/o         65.0%               26.2o/o          23.0o/o            36.3%
ER&R
   Salaries & Wages                     1,634,104      1,597,186         1,577,770           1,808,431     1   ,587,1 55         1,622,356
   Benefits                               281,462        290,620           281,404            379,825          356,111             397,018
   Supplies                             1,699,251      1,572,554           697,528           6,028,841     4,170,500             4,170,500
   Professional Services                   41,560        475,649           786,333             932,567        76,000                76,000
   Building Maintenance Fees               54,471           54,471          68,487              72,100        63,000                63,000
   Administrative Cost Allocation         326,690          335,202         391,987             415,186         415,720             422,892
   Other Services & Charges             1,888,311      2,196,504         2,221,918             804,534         760,527             760,527
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs           4,927          5,140             5,816               5,200            5,600              5,600
  CapitalOutlay                         1,978,589      2,088,735         2,146,520           2,796,734     2,391,000             2.757.000
  Operating Transfers                                       15,000           4,300            675, I 00
  Residual Equity Transfers                                                300,000            421,787
TotalER&R                               7,909,365      8,631,061         8,482,063          14,340,305                13     1      4,893
Percent           from Previous Year        17.1%              9.1o/o            -1 .7o/o        69.1Yo          -31 .5o/o            4.60/o




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                                      Actual 200                                     Budget      Budget      Budget
                                                   Actual            Actual
                                                                                      2010        20't1       2012
Solid Waste
   Salaries & Wages                       93,535      103,753           108,821        69,128      50,829     52,558
   Benefits                               33,898       37,220            38,459        32,445      21,370     23,882
   Supplies                               44,113       48,900            11,961         7,500       3,650      3,650
   Professional Services                 568,225      628,070           558,033       533,713     517,550    47s,000
   Building Maintenance Fees               4,523        4,670             4,201         4,423         990         990
   Administrative Cost Allocation         65,912       67,827            77J27         81,536      94,248     97,720
   Other Services & Charges               97,737       89,384            72,315        85,061      76,716     59,216
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs        120,247      109,625           104,492        61,000      66,695     66,695
   CapitalOutlay                                                                      112,191     182,000
   Operating Transfers                    79.846       51,032           146,536       151,760      145,446    142,946
TotalSolid Waste                       1,108,036    1j40,481          1.121.945      1.138,757   1,159,494   922,657
Percent          from Previous Year                         2.9o/o        -1 .60/o                    1.8%     -2O.4o/o
Water Resources
   Salaries & Wages                       51,948       53,557
   Benefits                               29,376       33,871
   Supplies                               52,777       29,931
   Professional Services                 126,505      267,436
   Other Services & Charges                2,014        1,247
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs        145,528      199,627
   Operating Transfers                    35,000                -       424,040
Total Water Resources                    443,148      585,669           424,040




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                                                                                          Budget        Budget      Budget
                                        Actual         Actual             Actual
                                                                                           2010          20't1       2012
Stormwater
   Salaries & Wages                                                           225,932      310,735       262,805     276,360
   Benefits                                                                   159,669      185,961       153,578     163,003
   Supplies                                                                     7,794        16,500        37,700      37,700
   Professional Services                                                      314,4211,864,197          1,335,257   1,063,000
   Building Maintenance Fees                                                   11,861   12,486             13,346      13,346
   Administrative Cost Allocation                                             225,983 239,768            310,984      320,806
   Other Services & Charges                                                    73,371   85,944           240,598      250,586
   lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                               5,34s    5,000             15,000      15,000
   CapitalOutlay                                                               14,858
   Operating Transfers                                                          2,000         2,500
Total Stormwater                                                      -      1,041,234    2,723,091     2,369,268   2,139,801
                   ftom Previous Year
TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                      41,142,992     40,591.740 45.174,561 68,066,845 47,924,014 46
               from Previous Year            -0.2o/o            -1   .3o/o      11.3o/o       50.7o/o      -29.60/o     -1.9%




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 Public Works Budget by Program




 Ferry
6.86%



                                       Solid Waste
                                          2.05Yo




                                     Stormwater
                                       5.75%


                                  Public Works
                                  Administration
                                      4.g0o/o




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OPERATIONS
    PUBLIC WORKS
          Public Works Administration        3,O28,522       3,O43,814    1,326,243    2,001,145    1,895,541     1,947,793
          Road Engineering                  2,649,150        3,014,010    2,998,355    3,804,963    3,733,691     3,895,1s1
          M&O Road                          9,737,867       10,340,889   10,438,973   12,412.018    13,624,591   13,738,821
          Ferry                              1   ,876,316    2,124,508    2,541,438    2,671,149     2,666,188    2,716,104
          Road Construction                 2,873,87s        2,766,817    2,555,681      647,878       264,251    1,213,657
          Flood ControlZone                  3,109,230       3,178,112    3,044,810    6,577,927     3,689,405    4,735,936
          Public Works Other                    520,503        599,293      849,299    1,248,871     1,524,659    1,734,294
             ER&R                            5,930,776       6,527,327    6,031,243   10,446,684     7,434,613    7,517,893
             Solid Waste                     1 ,028,190      1,089,450      975,409      874,806       832,048      779,711
             Water Resources                    408,148        585,669
             Stormwater                                                   1,024,375    2,720,591    2,369,268    2,139,801
Total Public Works                          31J62,577       33,269,889 31,785,826     43,406,032          255    40,419,161
      PUBLIC WORKS
              Public Works Administration                     201,720      191,844
              Road Engineering                    20,600                                  10,000       40,000       40,000
              M&O Road                                         20,686        31,357
              Ferry                                             17,886
              Road Construction             6,106,068        2,774,194   6,757,429    '15,283,563   4,301,000
              Flood Control Zone              328,000           40,o02     107,885       799,000       90,000      561,543
              Public Works Other                                                                         1,500
              ER&R                           1,978,589       2,088,735   2,146,520     2,796,734    2,391,000    2,757,000
              Solid Waste                                                                112,191      182,000
              Stormwater                                                     14,858
Total Public Works                          8,433,257        5,143,223   9,249,893    19,001   ,488 7,005,500    3,358,543




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Public Works Program Summary
                                                                                       Budget         Budget         Budget
                                         Actual 200    Actual 200       Actual
                                                                                        201 0             2011        2012
     PUBLIG WORKS
           Public Works Administration      499,6391,111,646             1,186,771     1,275,490      1,198,621      1,218,448
           Road Engineering                  61,15s   40,028                24,049       47,862            38,600       40,290
           M&O Road                         439,250 555,780                108,700      114,300           100,000     100,000
           Ferry                                                             4,250
           Road Construction                 13,934                                    1,500,000
           Flood Control Zone               417,304       404,105        1,796,783     1,469,473      1,390,511      1,354,911
           Public Works Other                 1,031         1,038          141,413         1,053           11,081     361,081
            ER&R                                           15,000          304,300     1,096,887
              Solid Waste                    79,846        51,032          146,536      151,760           145,446     142,946
              Water Resources                35,000                        424,040
              Stormwater                                                     2,000         2,500
Total Public Works Transfers              1,547,159 2,178,629            4,138,842     5,659,325 2,884,259           3,217,676
TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                       41,142,993 40,591,741 45,174,561 68,066,845                 47   ,924,014 46,995,380
Percent Change ftom Previous Year              -0.5%         -1 .3o/o        11.3o/.       50.7o/o          -29.6%       -1 .9o/o




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Public Works Funding Sources

                             lntergovernmental
            Miscellaneous         Revenue        Fuel Tax
                                                                                                                                  2011            2012
                                  8.32o/o        8.45%
              Revenue                                                         Prooertv Tax-Road & Flood                     18.942.00C      19.042 00t
                   O.72o/o
                                                                              )ther Taxes                                    1,140.09€       1,140,096
                                                            Timber Sales      iouioment Rental-ER&R                          5.321.63i       5,321,637
                                                               0.96%
                                                                               nternal Sales & Svcs-ER&R                     3.879.00C       3.879.000
Charges for Service
                                                                  Transfers
                                                                              3harqes for Servicæ                            3.278.59i       3.240.54
      7.27o/o                                                                 [4iscellaneous Revenue                           320,55€         320,96€
                                                                   8.88%
                                                                              lnteroovernmental Revenue                      4,472,974       2,986,13C
                                                                              Fuel Tax                                       3.791.15t       3.791.154
                                                                              Timber Sales                                     430,00(         430.00c
                                                                              Transfers                                      3,947,702       4,017,529
                                                                              Fund Balance*                                 (7.489.459      (3.749.9351
                                                                              Total Fundinq                                 38,034,255      40,419.161



                                                                              "Fund Balance is not íncluded in the chart.




      Other Taxes
         2.54o/o




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                                                                                        Budget           Budget
                                          Actual           Actual        Actual 20
                                                                                            2010          2011
PUBLIC WORKS
       Other Financing Sources                                  8,251
      Total Public Works Administration                         8,251
     Percent Change from Previous Year         -100.0%           0.0%       -100.0olo           0.0o/o        0.0%          0.0%
     Ferry
       Intergovernmental Revenue               241,777   144,319             97,655         160,000       160,000        160,000
       Charges for Services                    907,020 1,128,360          1,145,978     1   ,410,060     1,146,000     1,146,000
       Miscellaneous                            67,083    37,316             16,264                          1,995         2,775
       Other Financing Sources              409,126 945,138               1,152,957 1,201,666 1,198,621                1,218,448
      Total Ferry                          1,625,006 2,255,133            2,412,854 2.771.726 2,506,616                2,527 ,223
     Percent Change from Previous Year        -46.60/o     38.8%               7.Oo/o          14.9%         -9.6%          0.8%
      Road Construction
       lntergovernmental Revenue           1   ,568,613       821 ,153    5,329,822     9,215,620        1,871,000
       Charges for Services                        -     2,782                                                                  _

       Miscellaneous                            34,222 147,486   58,825
       Other Financing Sources                     - 1,500,000 3J72,000                 1,500,000        1,000,000     1,350,000
      Total Road Construction              1,602,835        2,471,421     8,560,647 10,715$20 2,871,000 1,350,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year         -57.0o/o        54.2%        246.4o/o          25.2o/o      -73.2o/o      -53.0%
      Flood Control Zone
       Taxes                               2,935,987        3,060,967     4,007,410     4,040,000        4,040,000     4,040,000
       lntergovernmental Revenue             570,879          792,192       927,888     2,518,661          677,922     1,239,348
       Charges for Services                       69                60        9,002          94,228       113,617         39,309
       Miscellaneous                             1,876          4,742       172,984         150,000       100,000        100,000
       Other Financing Sources                  86,570        103,297       276,584         104,500        30,000         30,000
      Total Flood Control Zone             3,595,381 3,961,258 5,393,868 6,907,389 4,961,539                           5,448,657
      Percent Change from Previous Year       -15.1o/o  10.2%     36.2o/o   28j%      -28.2o/o                              9.8%




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Public Works Revenue Summary


   Road Fund-General Revenues
    Taxes                              15,160,522        15,944,815 15,925,347 16,098,000            15,027,000      15,127,O00
    Business Licenses & Permits           152,034          140,633        125,013        75,100          75,100         75,100
    lntergovernmental Revenue           5,173,681        5,086,824      5,936,132     4,767,267       4,587,842      4,587,842
    Charges for Services                1   ,157,900      992,162       1,290,180     1,157,959       1,251,581      1,286,483
    Miscellaneous                             26,528        38,675        21,883         13,000          13,000          13,000
    Other Financing Sources                 207,645       1,044,994      582,905       601,053         401,081         401,081
   Total Road Fund-General Revenues    21,878,310 23,248,103 23,881,460 22,712,379 21,355,604 21,490,506
   Percent Change from Previous Year            2.6%           6.3o/o        2.7o/o       -4.9o/o         -6.Oo/o          O.60/o
   Public Works Other
    Taxes                                   224,686        259,585       926,016       965,575        1,015,096       1,015,096
    lntergovernmental Revenue                38,000         37,748        36,312        39,138         195,698         134,732
    Charges for Services                                     2,029                        1,000          1,000           1,000
    Miscellaneous                              1,031          1,038       31,496          1,053         23,681          23,681
    Other Financing Sources                  70,000         70,000        77,736         70,000          70,000         70,000
   Total Public Works Other                 333,717        370,400 1,071,560          1,076,766       1,305,475       1,244.509
   Percent Change from Previous Year          -15.2o/o        11.Oo/o      189.3%          0.5o/o         21 .2o/o        -4.7o/o
   ER&R
    lntergovernmental Revenue                                             96,479
    Charges for Services                4,667,420         5,010,827     3,718,017     6,085,000       3,879,000       3,879,000
    Miscellaneous                       4,829.239         5,530,722     6,015,002     5,747,566       5,393,219       5,392,847
    Other Financing Sources                      162         25,996         7,375       141,711          25,000          25,000
   TotalER&R                            9,496,82'1 10,s67,545 9,836,873 11,974,277 9,297,219 9,296,847
   Percent Change from Previous Year            5.0o/o        11.3o/o       -6.9%         21 .7o/o       -22.4o/o          0.0%
   Solid Waste
    lntergovernmental Revenue               293,742        264,553       261,332       250,050         240,550
    Charges for Services                    872,470        814,650       756,822       850,000          740,000         740,000
    Miscellaneous                             2,869          2,161         9,400          1,800          10,200          10,200
   TotalSolid Waste                     1,169,081         1,081,364     1,027,554 1,101,850             990,750         750,200
   Percent Change from Previous Year            2.1o/o        -7.5o/o       -5.0o/o        7.2%          -10.1o/o        -24.3o/o




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Public Works Revenue Summary

                                                                                    Budget       Budget     Budget
                                           Actual       Actual         Actual
                                                                                     2010         2011       2012
     Water Resources
      lntergovernmental Revenue                    -        17,661
      Other Financing Sources                 619,000      500,000
     Total Water Resources                    619,000      517
     Percent Change from Previous Year           0.0%       -16.4o/o      -100^0%
     Stormwater
      Intergovernmental Revenue                                           125,837                531,116      655,362
      Charges for Services                                                  4,281     15,027      26,395       27,792
      Other Financing Sources                                           1,683,336 1,928,213 1,678,000       1,378,000
     Total Stormwater                                                   1,813,454 1,943,240 2,235,511       2.061.154
                      from Previous Year
TOTAL PUBLIC   t/vORKS                     40,320,151 44,481,136 53,998,270 59,203,247 4s,523,714 44,169,096
               from Previous Year                   -6.10/o 10.3o/o         21.4%       9.60/o     -23.1%       -3.0o/o




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                                                                    POSITION HISTORY


                                                2008 to                  2009 to                  Addtns &
                                    Adjusted     2009       Adopted       2010       Beginning    Adjustmts    Authorized   Proposed                   201 1 to
                                     2007-     Addtns &      2009       Addtns &      2010          (as of       as of      Changes/        2011        2012         2012
PUBLIC WORKS                         2008      Adjustmts     Totals     Adiustmts     Totals      10t1t1o)     10t1t2010    Closures      Allocation   Changes     Allocation

Director                                1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Assistant Director                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Accounting Supervisor                   1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Financial Accountant                    1.00                    '1.00                     1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Accounting Technician                   2.00                   2.00                       2.00                      2.00                        2.00                     2.00
Account Clerk                           1.00       (1.00)      0.00                       0.00                      0.00                        0.00                     0.00
Administrative Assistant                1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
DSS Administrator                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00       (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
Safety/Training Specialist              1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Clerk/Receptionist                      2.50                    2.50        (0.50)        2.00                       2.OO                       2.00                     2.00
Clerk                                   1.00       (1.00)       0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00                     0.00
Coordinator                             0.00        1.00       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Special Projects Manager                1.00                   1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Real Estate Manager                     1.00                   1.00                       1.00                       1.00       fi.00)          0.00                     0.00
                                       15.50       (1.00)     14.50         (0.50)       14.00          0.00        14.00       (2.00)         12.00        U.UU       12.00

Engineerinq
Assistant Director                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Administrative Secretary                1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Division Secretary                      0.00                    0.00                      0.00                       0.00                       0.00                     0.00
Clerk                                   1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00       (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
Records Assistant                       1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Engineering Manager                     4.00                    4.00                      4.00                       4.00                       4.00                     4.00
Engineer                                5.00                    5.00                      5.00                       5.00                       5.00                     5.00
Planner                                 2.00                    2.00                      2.OO                       2.00                       2.00                     2.00
Coordinator                             1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Survey Technician                       1.00        2.00        3.00                      3.00                       3.00                       3.00                     3.00
Senior Professional Land Surveyor       2.00                    2.OO                      2.00                       2.OO                       2.OO                     2.OO
Special Projects Manager                1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00       (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
Permit Center Technician                2.OO                    2.OO                      2.00                       2.OO       (1.00)         1.00                      1.00
Engineering Coordinator                 1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                      1.00                      r.00
Engineering Technician                18.00        12.00)      16.00                     16.00                     16.00        (2 o'n\       14.00                    14.00
                                      4 1 00        0.00      41.00          000         41 .00         0.00       4 1 00       (5.uu)        36.00         0.00       Jþ.UU

Flood Control
Engineering Manager                     1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
Division Secretary                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     1.00
                                        2.00                    2.00                      2.00                       2.00                       2.OO                     2.OO
                                        1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00       (1.00)          0.00                     0.00
              Technician                2.OO                    2.00                      2.00                       2.OO                       2.00                     2.00
                                        7.00        0.00        7.00                                                 7          (1.00)          6.00




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                                             2008 to                    2009 to                 Addtns &
                                 Adjusted     2009         Adopted       2010      Beginning    Adjustmts   Authorized    Proposed                  2011 to
                                  2007-     Addtns &        2009       Addtns &     2010         (as of       as of       Changes/        2011       2012        2012
PUBLIC WORKS                      2008      Adjustmts       Totals     Adjustmts    Totals      10/1/10)    101112010     Closures     Allocation   Changes    Allocation

                                     2.70                      2.70                     2.70                     2.70                        2.70                   2.70



      Superintendent                 1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
    itant Super¡ntendenVM & O        2.OO                      2.00                     2.00                     2.OO                        2.00                   2.OO
    I Crew Leader                    5.00                      5.00                     5.00                      5.00                       5.00                    5.00
    >r Sign Leader                   1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
     Technician                      3.00                      3.00                     3.00                      3.00                       3.00                    3.00
      Team Leader                    1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
    'y Equipment Operator            8.00                      8.00                    8.00                       8.00        (1.00)         7.00       1.00        8.00
    rr Road Maintenance Worker     24.00                      24.00                   24.00                     24.00         (3.00)       21.00        1.00       22.00
    I Maintenance Worker           23.00        (3.00)        20.00                   20.00                     20.00         (2.00)       18.00                   18.00
                                     0.00                      0.00         0.50       0.50                       0.50                      0.50                    0.50
             Secretary               1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      '1.00                     1.00                     1.00
                                    2.OO                       2.OO                    2.00                      2.00                        2.00                   2.00
                                   71 .00       (3.00)        68.00         0.50      bö.5u          000        68 50         (6.00)       62 50        2.OO       b4.5U


Weed Conkol Coordinator              1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
Weed Compliance lnspector            1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
                                     Z.UU        0 00          2.00         0.00        z.vu         0.00        2.OO          000           2.00       0.00        z.ua
Ferrv
Ferry Operations Manager             1.00       (1.00)         0.00                     0.00                     0.00                        0.00                   0.00
Coordinator                          1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    r.00
Senior Master                        1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                   1.00
Master                               1.00                      1.00                     1.00                      1.00                       1.00                   1.00
Master Engineer                      1.00                      1.00                     't.00                     1.00                       1.00                   1.00
Purser/ Deckhand                     3.00                      3.00                     3.00                     3.00                        3.00                   3.00
Deckhand                             3.00                      3.00                     3.00                     3.00                        3.00                   3.00
Regular Relief Deckhands            2.OO                       2.OO                     2.OO                     2.OO                        2.00                   2.OO
                                   13.00        (1   00)                                                        -tz.uu
                                                              1Z.UU         U.UU      12.0O          0.00                      000          12.00       U.UU       12.00

Stormwater (Water Resources)
Engineering Manager                  1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00
Division Secretary                   1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00                        1.00                    1.00
Engineer                             1.00                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00         (1.00)         0.00                   0.00
Clerk                               0.00                       0.00                    0.00                      0.00                        0.00                   0.00
Planner                              3.50       (1.s0)         2.OO                    2.00                      2.00                        2.OO                   2.00
Program Specialist                  0.00         1.00          0.00         1.00        1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
                                                               500          1                        0.00        600                                    0.00




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                                         2008 to                   2009 to                Addtns &
                             Adjusted     2009         Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts    Authorized   Proposed                   2011 to
                              2007-     Addtns &        2009      Addtns &      2010       (as of        as of      Changes/        2011        2012        2012
PUBLIC WORKS                  2008      Adjustmts       Totals    Adjustmts    ïotals     10/1/10)     101112010    Closures      Allocation   Changes    Allocation

Solid Waste
Division Secretary               100                       1.00                    100        (1.00)         0.00                       0.00                    0.00
Coordinator                      000                      0.00                     000         1.00          1.00                       1.00                    1.00
Solid Waste Spec¡alist           100                       1.00                    100                       1.00        1.00           0.00                    0.00
                                 2.OO           000       2.OO         0.00        Z.UU        0.00          2.OO       (1.00)          1.O0       UUU          1   00

Equioment Services                                                                                                                                              0.00
Equipment Services Manager       1.00                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
Shop Crew Leader                 1.00                      1.00                    1.00                      1.00                       1.00                    1.00
Heavy Duty Mechanic              9.00                     9.00                     9.00                      9.00       (1.00)          8.00                    8.00
Purchasing Coordinator          1.00                       1.00                    1.00                     1.00                       1.00                    1.00
Purchasing Assistant            3.00                       3.00                    3.00                     3.00                       3.00                    3.00
Clerk/Receptionist              0.50                      0.50                     0.50                     0.50                       0.50                    0.50
                               15.50            0.00     15.50         000        15.50        0.00        15.50        ('l .00       14.50        0.00       14.50
rOTAL PUBLIC WORKS            176.20        (   5.5U    169.70         100       170.70        000        170.70       17.           153.70        2.00      155.70




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                                   Sheriff - Administration

Bureau of Law Enforcement and lnvestigations
  L    Evaluate non-patrol specialty positions for reallocation or reassignment to increase shift
       staffing dedicated lo 24 x 7 patrol operations.

  2.   Utilize crime analysis capability to provide threat analysis and directed patrols in response
       to increasing gang-related crime, gang presence and-activity in Whatcdm County.

  3.   Provide traffic safety and proactive patrols based on current crash and crime data
       (maintaining objectives of reducing the incidence of DUl, crashes, injuries and fatalities), in
       order to reduce crime and trafflc problems.

  4.   ldentify and specify funding to accomplish mandatory training for all appropriate
       assignments.

  5.   Continue CIT support in response to gang activity, narcotics and dangerous habitual
       offenders. Coordinate proactive response to high crime areas based on crime analysis
       data.

  6.   Trainpersonn                                  ical incidents and rapidly evolving events.
       Equip _deputie
       capabilities. T
                                                     ipment to enhance officèr safety ãnd response
                                                      non-lethal alternatives to the uêe of deailly
       force.

  7.   Secure grant funding to eniancepatrols, response capabilities and to supplement existing
       resources. (Stonegarden, Buffer Zone, SHSP)

  L    Secure funding for continuation of LEADS on Line. Cold case follow up and expenses
       related to these investigations. ldentify funding in support of CSI and Forensicé needs.
       OLtg!l funding and support for multi-agency investigation protocols and programs
       (LEMART).

  L    Complete a minimum of 24 hours of training for all commissioned personnel in accordance
       with Washington State CriminalJustice Training Commission requirements. Continue to
       identiff cost effective training to meet operational needs.




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Bureau of Support Seryices
  L    Work with the Prosecutor's Office/Courts
       process,
       Continue
       issued to
       existing t

  2.   Review and research officer safety enhancing sys_tgrlq for patrolvehicles. Examples of
       such systems would include in-cai cameras ãnrÍ ops locaiion. l-ocáté tuio¡ng sóurðe via
       federalgrants.

  3.                               vehicle   options                                 vehicles to
                                                                                     r savinss. prepare
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  4.   Explore innovative solutions for improved radio communications within the CounÇ to
       enhance officer-saf.ety. in.fringe..radio re_ception areas until a substantialfunding sóuice can
       be identified to facilitate the Suild out of a'county wide radio infrastructure UasãO on the
       latest radio design study completed in 2009. Rdsearch funding streams to accomplistrlfr¡s
       goal via federal grants.

  5.   Examine current fee schedules for Support Services and
       County Ordinance to help offset curreñi expenditures for
       changes will be based on current revisions'already    comp                                   ton
       County LE agencies.

  6.   Produce a high-level plan and seek fulding, based on the recommendations of a consulting
       firm, forthe procurement of a mode.rn.Recõrds Management System. Determine nnánãng -
       gPljo.nq to include; p.l¡qS4 approach, le ;e, extended-payments, or grant funded (partiay-
       full). Work closely with lT in dèveloping rese plans anä çioals.

  7.   lncrease Volunteer Program and uti
       Patrol) and enlarge their patrol area
       assist with customer service, inform
       in support of reception and the
       sponsoflng a once per year res
       Continue with other goals from

  8.   Fxpq.ld currently available Laserfiche capabilities to improve efficiencies in current records
       handling, pr.ocessing, storage., and retrieval of data from our current information storage
       system, untila modern records management system is implemented.

  L    Continue recruiting efforts for.allvolunteer programs and establish agreements with
       bargaining units for expanded duties.

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                             Sheriff - Emergency Management

Division of Emergency Management
  1.   Maintain ability to provide duty officer capability with 2417 coverage.

  2.   Train and exercise the lncident Management Team (lMT), to include the required National
       lncident Management System/lncident Command System (NIMS/ICS) clasées.

  3.   Revise the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)to reflect a unified
       approach to Emergency Management-

  4.   lmplement the Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) program.

  5.   Achieve compliance with NIMS requirements.




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                                                         Page 226
Sheriff Expenditure Summary

                                                 Actual                                                Budget           Budget        Budget
                                                                   Actual            Actual
                                                                                                        2010             2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
2900 Sheriff Administration
       Salaries & Wages                             882,272           996,956           989,425        1,021,270        1,023,210     1,029,297
       Benefits                                     282,781           318,869           313,693         348,651           362,269       387,513
       Supplies                                      98,929            93,688            62,288          74,672            64,116        64,115
       Professional Services                          9,817            25,476            24,717           5,615           47,615        47,615
       Building Maintenance Fees                    179,427           192,399           195,002         204,121          201,694       201,694
       Administrative Cost Allocation               441,025           454,256           534,809         568,552          549,286       565,765
       Other Services & Charges                     544,379           571,833           558,712         702,973          671,787       669,496
       Operating Transfers                                940             482
       Total Sher¡ff   Admt-n¡stration            2,439,570 2,653,959 2,678,646 2,925,854 2,919,977 2,g6',4gs
      Percent               from Previous Year            6.4o/o            8.8o/o            0.9o/o           9.2o/o       -O.2o/o        1.6%
29'10 Sheriff - lnvestigations
         Salaries & Wages                           847,847           823,150           827,677         885,181          882,469       884,386
         Benefits                                   288,283           286,200           294,940         339,302          342,644       368,758
         Supplies                                     8,646             1,420             2,150
         Professional Services                        5,307             6,706             1,738           9,430            4,430         4,430
         Other Services & Charges                    85,697            82,826            90,398          91,056           97,125        97,125
      Total                                       1,235,780         1.200.302            16,903        1,324,969             668      1,354,699
      Percent               from Previous Year            5.5%          -2.9o/o               1.4o/o           8.9o/o        0.1Vo         2.1o/o
2915 Sheriff - Fire Marshall
         Salaries & Wages                            11,767            10,679             9,056            8,000           8,000         8,000
         Benefits                                     1,989             1,867             1,429            1   ,518        1,376          1,536
         Supplies                                     2,496                70
         Other Services & Charges                    10,080            10,080            10,800          10,800           10,800        10,800
      Tota I S heriff-Fi re M arsh al I              26,332            22,696            21,285          20,318           20,176           336
      Percent Change from Previous Year              172.60/o          -13.8o/o           -6.2o/o          -4.5o/o          -0.7o/o        0.8%o




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Sheriff Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                     Budget        Budget          Budget
                                             Actual 200        Actual            Actual
                                                                                                      2010          2011            2012
2920 Sheriff - Patrol
          Salaries & Wages                    3,852,296         4,114,253         4,171,348          4,255,955     4,518,043       4,542,454
          Benefits                            1,273,845         1,334,632         1,359,445          1,515,622     1,612,265       1,692,961
          Supplies                              197,757           122,943           198,159             86,925          71,O25           71,025
          Professional Services                      5,476         24,988             5,538            23j60            17,660           17,660
          Other Services & Charges              737,187           761,637           867,362           844,560       840,260         840,260
          CapitalOutlay                          95,088            57,127
          Operating Transfers                   40,000             40,000
          Residual Equity Transfers             182,107            76,544
       TotalSheriff-Patrol                    6,383,756         6,532,124         6,601,852 6,726,222 7,059,253                    7,164,360
       Percent Change from Previous Year             13.0%              2.3o/o             1.1o/o         1.9o/o          5.0o/o           1.5o/o
2925   Sheriff - Off-Site Offices
          Supplies                                    242
          Building Maintenance Fees                  2,497          2,497             2,428              2,556
          Other Services & Charges                  15,416         15,745            15,545             14,200          12,300           12.300
       Tota I S he r iff-Off- S ite Offces          18,155         18,242            17,973             16,756          12,300           12,300
       Percent Change from Previous Year            -38.5%              o.5%              -1 .5o/o       -6.8%          -26.6%             0.0%
2930   Sheriff - Special Units
          Salaries & Wages                      361,268           381,517           368,222           370,135       406,562          407,364
          Benefits                              1   16,739        119,362           117,696           128,994       141,158          147,877
          Supplies                                  17,389          4,355                    56
          Other Services & Charges               69,224            68,524            92,376            90,240           91,440           91,440
       Total Sheriff-Special U nits             564,620           573,758           578,350           589,369       639,160         646,681
       Percent Change from Previous Year              7.60/o            1.60/o             O.8o/o         1.9%            8.4o/o           1.2o/o
2935   Sheriff - CH Security
          Salaries & Wages                          55,735         61,713            63,470             63,915          71,854           72,718
          Benefits                                  21,239         22,212            22,339             24,304          26,856           28,237
          Other Services & Charges                   9,390         10,920            11,110             12.120          12.120           12,120
       Total Sheriff-CH Security                    86,364         94,84s            96,919            100,339      1   10,830       1   13,075
       Percent Change from Previous Year              7.1o/o            9.8o/o         2.2%               3.5o/o         105%              2.0%o




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Sheriff Expenditure Summary

                                                     Actual 200                                          Budget          Budget        Budget
                                                                    Actual           Actual
                                                                                                          2010            2011          2012
2940   Sheriff - Training
          Supplies                                       10,316         1s,803               4,555            20,553      20,553            20,553
          Professional Services                              20
          Other Services & Charges                       74,581         54,191              32,128            35,685       44,046           44,076
          Operating Transfers                            10,464          3,986                                 8,361
       Total Sheriff-Traini                              95,381         73,980              36,683            64,599          599           64,629
       Percent            from Previous Year               7.0o/o       -22.4o/o            -50.4o/o           76.1o/o       O.0o/o           0.Oo/o
2950   Sheriff - East Side Deputy
          Salaries & Wages                               59,503         65,719              67,970            67,730      74,730            74,992
          Benefits                                       21,741         22,589              22,897            24,805      27,242            28,542
          Supplies                                                           (215)            (1   55)
          Other Services & Charges                       19,330         1   9,1 39          20,046            21,420       12,120           12,120
       Total Sheriff-Easf Srde                          100,574        107   ,232       1   10,758 13,955 114,092
                                                                                                          1                             1   1s,654
       Percent change from Previous Year                 -1 .2%              6.6%             3.3o/o            2.go/o       0.1o/o           1.4o/o
2960   Sheriff - Boating Safety Prgm
          Salaries & Wages                                                                   1,383
          Supplies                                       48,152         24,544              11,933            26,117      26,117            26,117
          Professional Services                           2,460          4,500               3,460             s,000       5,000             5,000
          Other Services & Charges                       28,154         21,529              12,177_           29,000      29,000            29,000
          CapitalOutlay                                                     5j22
       Total                                             78.766         55,695 28,953                         60,117       60,117           60,117
       Percent Change from Previous           Year        47.2%         -29.3o/o -48.0o/o 107.60/o 0.0%                                       0.0%
2965   Sheriff - Reimbursable OT
          Salaries & Wages                               52,156         41,780              43,238            13,775       13,775           13,775
          Benefìts                                        7,998          6,669               6,818             2,614        2,369            2,645
       Total S heriff-Re i m bu rsa bl e OT              60,154         48,449              50,056            16,389       16,144           16,420
       Percent Change from Previous Year                  65.0%         -19.5%                3.3o/o          -673%         -1 .5o/o          1.7o/o




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Sheriff Expenditure Summary

                                                                                            Budget        Budget          Budget
                                              Actual 2007 Actual          Actual   2
                                                                                             2010          2011            2012
2970   Sheriff - DTF Grant
         Salaries & Wages                        331,333     345,154         288,744        325,766        287,005        298,162
         Benefits                                110,169     112,519          91,628        120,428         99,629        107,783
         Supplies                                 12,395       6,001           1,176          3,525          3,525           3,525
         Professional Services                    72,744      56,590                         56,281
         Building Maintenance Fees                13,338      13,338          12,973         13,658         15,756          15,756
         Other Services & Charges                 57,996      56,769          61,491         47,756         45,076
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                       37,961          47,805
         CapitalOutlay                                         7,816
       TotalSheriftDTF Grant                     597,975     636,148         503,817         567,414      450,991          470.302
       Percent           from Previous Year         5.2o/o         6.4%       -20.8o/o         12.6%        -20.5%            4.3o/o
2977   Sheriff - Volunteer Program
          Salaries & Wages                        41,374      44,O91          46,461         48,938         47,310          47,370
          Benefits                                20,066      23,340          21,138         25,628         26,240          28,441
          Supplies                                21,355      35,988          12,013         21,000         21,000          21,000
          Professional Services                    7,286       5,276           3,369
          Other Services & Charges                 4.711       5,821           9,594
       Total SherifüVol u nteer Program           94,792     114,516          92,575         95,566         94,550          96,811
       Percent           ftom Previous Year         O.Oo/o     20.8o/o        -19.2o/o          3.2o/o       -1 .1o/o         2.4o/o
2980   Sheriff - DCD Grant - Border
          Salaries & Wages                       146,332     146,639         152,251         144,153         ,210
                                                                                                           161             161 ,910
          Benefits                                47,508      47,650          47,518          51,284        56,402          59,209
          Supplies                                 2,179          (5e)                 14
          Building Maintenance Fees               10,862      10,862          10,565          11,122        19,023          19,023
          Other Services & Charges                58,686      57,286          60,269         27,809         15,689          15,689
       Total Sheriff- DC D G ra nt-Bord e r      265,567     262.378         270,617        234,368       252,324         255.831
       Percent Change from Previous Year           20.Oo/o     -1 .2o/o            3.1o/o     -'13.4o/o          7.7o/o       1.4o/o




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                                                                                                  Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                 Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                                                   2010          2011          2012
2986   Sheriff - DTF Jag Grant
          Salaries & Wages                                                          2,733           9,724         62,715        74,657
          Benefits                                                                  1,281           1,415        22,755         28,496
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                            5,782          33,719
       Total Sheriff-DTF Jag Grant                                                  9,796          44,858         85,470       103,153
       Percent Change from Previous Year               0.0o/o         0.0o/o            0.0%        357.9o/o       90.5%         20.7%
2990   Sheriff - HIDTA Grant
          Supplies                                                      73
          Professional Services                       8,672       9,214             9,765           10,298        10,298        10,298
          Other Services & Charges
       Total Sheriff-H IDTA Grant                     8,672       9,287             9,765           10,298        10,298        10,298
       Percent Change from Previous Year               6.7%           7.1o/o            5.1o/o        5.5o/o        O.Oo/o        0.0o/o
2992   Shr-Drug Task Force 2O1O-11
          Salaries & Wages                                                                                        22,198
          Benefits                                                                                                 6,304
          Other Services & Charges                                                                                 1,580
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                                                          46,998
       Total Shr-Drug Task Force 2010-11                                                                          77,080
       Percent Change from Previous Year               0.0o/o         o.0%              0   O%o        00%          0.0o/o     -100.0%
       Sh   eriff- M isce lan eo u s
                         I



            Salaries & Wages                         42,051      49,132           181,498          317,902        86,879        82,329
            Benefits                                 15,864      12,426            37,776           69,182        40,199        43,079
            Supplies                                  9,746       5,999           120,579          123,208         2,900
            Professional Services                                                     788            2,200
            Other Services & Charges                              1,930            24,980           19,264         1,040
            lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                         84,219
            CapitalOutlay                                                          13,375          117,308
            Operating Transfers                                                                     16,096
       Tota I S heriff-M i sce I I a neaou   s       67,661      69,487           463,215          665,160       131,018       125,408
       Percent Change from Previous Year              23.2%           2.7o/o       566.6%            43.60/o      -80.3%         -4.3Vo
Total General Fund                               12,124,119 12,473,098 12,788,163 13,576,551 13,445,047 13,595,569
Percent Change from Previous Year                     113%            2.9o/o            2.5o/o         6.2o/o      -1 .0o/o       1.1o/o




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Sheriff Expenditure Summary

                                                                                               Budget       Budget     Budget
                                          Actual            Actual            Actual
                                                                                                2010         2011        2012
167 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
16700 Emergency Management
        Salaries & Wages                     127,012           133,264           109,618        114,535      122,946     127,758
        Benefits                              41,837            43,980            39,534         45,410       50,288      56,207
        Supplies                               9,182             5,940             8,338          9,500        5,510       5,510
        Professional Services                  7,637             7,587                  300       4,500        7,000       7,000
        Administrative Cost Allocation        21,398            22,040            31,290         32,279       67,041      68,794
        Other Services & Charges              65,508            51,724            43,902         49,547       45,145_     45,145_
         CapitalOutlay                                           3,719
      Total Emergency Management             272,574           268,254           232p82         255,771     297,930      310,4'14
      Percent Change from Previous Year        13.9%             -1 .60/0          -13.1Vo         9.8%        16.5%        4.2%
16720 CERT Program
         Supplies                              3 604             1,912             1,541          4,850        4,800       4,800
         Professional Services                    70                47                   91
         Other Services & Charges                                   98                  223         150          200         200
      TotalCERT Program                        3,674             2,O57             1,855          5,000        5,000       5,000
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year       -34.1o/o          -44.0o/o               -9.8%     169.5%         0.0%        O.Oo/o
16756 DHS Stonegarden FFY09
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                                         615,680      100,000
         Operating Transfers                                                                    213,900
      Total DHS Stonegarden FFY09                                                               829,580      100,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year            0.0%              0.0%              0.o%        00%        -87.9o/o   -100.0%
16757 EMPG 2010810-272
         Salaries & Wages                                                                        14,712       17,504
         Benefits                                                                                 6,983        9,566
         Supplies                                                                                 1,505        5,500
         Other Services & Charges                                                                 2,800        3,750
      TotalEMPG 2010 E10-272                                                                     26,000       36,320
      Percent Change from Previous Year            0.0o/o            0.0o/o            0.0%        0.0olo      39.7o/o   -100.0%




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Sheriff Expenditure Summary


16758 DHS SHSP FFYOg
          Salaries & Wages                                                                        53,510
          Benefits                                                                                24,388
          Supplies                                                                                65,000
          lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs                                                         124,000
      Total DHS SHSP FFY09                                                                       266,898
      Percent Change from Previous Year              0.0%        0.0%       0.0%        O.Oo/o      0.0%   -100.0%
16764 Cilizen Corps FFY09 K-691
          Supplies                                                                                 3,272
          Other Services & Charges                                                                 1,500
      Total Citizen Corps FFY09 K-691                                                              4,772
      Percent Change from Previous Year              0.0%        O.OVo      O.Oo/o      0.0%        0.0%   -100.0%
      Emergency Manangement-Miscellaneous
         Salaries & Wages                          43,214     48,455      50,532     63,351       10,702
         Benefits                                  15,633      18,586    22,342      25,925        4,279
         Supplies                                  14,174      72,270     28,696     38,269
         Professional Services                                                       31,250
         Other Services & Charges                   2,122       9,679      8,152     41,925
         lnter Governmental Serv & Chgs           165,418     230,282    869,522     528,337      25,000
         CapitalOutlay                                          5,420                 77,973
         Operating Transfers                       54,388      56,296 115,122        144,179
       Total Emergency Management-Miscellaneous   294,949 440,988 1 ,094,366 951,209              39,981
       Percent Change from Previous Year           -59.3%       49.5%     148.2o/o     -95.8% -100.0%
                                                                                      -13.1%
Total Emerqencv Manaqement                        571,197 711,299 1,329,203 2,067,560 750,901 315,414
@ar                                                -41.1o/o 24.5o/o 86.9% 55.5% -63.70/o -58.0%
TOTAL SHERIFF                                12,695,316 13,184,397 14,117.366 15,644,111 14,195,948 13,910,983
Percent Change from Previous Year                    7.1o/o      3.9%       7.1o/o     10.8o/o     -9.3%     -2.00h




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Sheriff Budget by Program




                            Special Units
                               4.57Yo




                                  DFT Grant
                                   3.28%

                                        DCD
                                   Grant-Border
                                        1.76Yo




                                   Misc. Sheriff
                                        5.46%



           lnvestigations
              9.54%            Emegency
                              Manangement
                                  3.79Yo




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Sheriff Program Summary
                                                                                          Budget        Budget          Budget
                                               Actual 2007 Actual         Actual
                                                                                           2010          2011            2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
    2900 SheriffAdministration                  2,438,631   2,653,477      2,678,646      2,925,854     2,919,977       2,965,495
    2910 Sheriff - lnvestigations               1,235,780   1,200,303      1,216,903      1,324,969     1,326,668       1,354,699
    2915 Sheriff - Fire Marshall                   26,333      22,696         21,285         20,318        20,176          20,336
    2920 Sheriff - Patrol                       6,066,561   6,358,452      6,601,851      6,726,222     7,059,253       7,164,360
    2925 Sheriff - Off-Site Offices                18,155       18,242        17,973           16,756      12,300         12,300
    2930 Sheriff - Special Units                  564,620     573,758        578,350       589,369       639,160         646,681
    2935 Sheriff - CH Security                     86,364      94,845         96,919       100,339       110,830         1 13,075

    2940 Sheriff - Training                        84,917      69,994         36,683           56,238     64,599          64,629
    2950 Sheriff - East Side Deputy               100,574      107,231       1   10,758    1   13,955    114,092         115,654
    2960 Sheriff - Boating Safety Prgm             78,766       50,574        28,953           60,117     60,117          60,117
    2965 Sheriff - Reimbursable OT                 60,154       48,449        50,056           16,389     16,144          16,420
    2970 Sheriff - DTF Grant                      597,975     628,331        503,818       567,414       450,991         470,302
    2977 Sheriff - Volunteer Program               94,791     114,515         92,575        95,566        94,550          96,811
    2980 Sheriff - DCD Grant - Border             265,566     262,378        270,617       234,368       252,324         255,831
    2986 Sheriff - DTF Jag Grant                                               9,796        44,858        85,470         103,153
    2990 Sheriff - HIDTA Grant                      8,672        9,287         9,765           10,298      10,298          10,298
    2992 Shr-Drug Task Force 2010-11                                                                       77,O80
          Sheriff-Miscellaneous                    67,661       69,486       449,838       531,756       131 ,018         125,408
    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
    16700 Emergency Management                    272,574     264,534        232,981       255,771       297,930         310,414
    16720 CERT Program                              3,674       2,056          1,855         5,000         5,000           5,000
    16756 DHS Stonegarden FFY09                                                            615,680        100,000
    16757 EMPG 2010810-272                                                                  26,000        36,320
    16758 DHS SHSP FFYOg                                                                                 266,898
    16764 Citizen Corps FFY09 K-691                                                                        4,772
          Emergency Management-Miscellaneous      240,562     379,273        979,245       729,057         39,981
TotalSheriff                                   12,312,330   12,927   ,881 1 3,988,867 1 5,066,294 1 4,195,948       1   3,910,983




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Sheriff Program Summary
                                                                                                        Budget           Budget        Budget
                                                     Actual 200     Actual           Actual
                                                                                                         20't0            2011          2012
     GENERAL FUND
     2920 Sheriff - Patrol                               95,088         57,127
     2960 Sheriff - Boating Safety Prgm                                  5,122
     2970 Sheriff - DTF Grant                                            7,816
           Sheriff-Miscel laneous                                                        13,375          1   17,308
     EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
     16700 Emergency Management                                          3,719
           Emergency Management-Miscellaneous                            5A20               -                77,973
TotalSheriff                                             95,088              204         13,375          195,281
     GENERAL FUND
     2900 SheriffAdministration                             940            482
     2920 Sheriff - Patrol                              222,107        116,544
     2940 Sheriff - Training                             10,464          3,986                    -           8,361
               Sh   eriff-M sce aneo
                          i   II       u   s                                                      -          16,096
      EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND
      16756 DHS Stonegarden FFY09                                                                 -      213,900
                Emergency Management-Miscellaneous       54,388         56,296          115,122          't44,179
Total S heriff Transfers                                287,899        177              115,122          382,536
TOTAL SHERIFF                                        12,695,317     13,184,393       14,117,364        15,644.111       14,195,948 13,910,983
Percent Change from Previous Year                          7.1o/o            3.9Vo            7.1o/o          10.8o/o        -9.3o/o      -2.Oo/o




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Sheriff Funding Sources

                                        Road Levy Diversion
                    lntergovernmental         5.03%
                         Revenue                                                                                             2011               2012
                                                      Charges for Services
                         3.78o/o                                                            General Fund                11.901.733     1   2.1 30,508
                                                              0.78o/o
                                                                                            lnteroovernmental Revenue      566,200           497,15e
                                                                        Emergency Mgmt
                                                                           Support           ìoad Levv Diversion          706 530            706,53C
                                                                             2.160/0         lharqes for Servicæs         110.127            110.127
                                                                                             imerqencv Mqmt Suooort       525.727             81,031
                                                                                             Viscellaneous Revenue          76.57a            76.57Í
                                                                        Miscellaneous
                                                                          Revenue
                                                                                             fransfer ln-Druq Fund         309.05€           309.05€
                                                                           o.54%            Total Fundinq               14,195,948     13.910.98:


                                                                         Transfer ln-Drug
                                                                              Fund
                                                                              2.2Ùo/o




     General Fund
       85.50%




                                                                                                                                     Page 237
Sheriff Revenue Summary

                                                                                                       Budget         Budget       Budget
                                               Actual             Actual             Actual
                                                                                                        2010           2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
2900 SheriffAdministration
      Taxes                                       711,205            714,647            699,454         71 5,1   30    715,130      715,130
      Business Licenses & Permits                                                                                      40,000        40,000
      lntergovernmental Revenue                    76.,231            64,562             64,581          64,590        64,590        64,590
      Charges for Services                         80,963             85,288            109,635         104,282        94,282        94,282
      Fines and Forfeits                               97
      Miscellaneous                                13,687             13,592             39,448             475          2,975        2,975
      Other Financing Sources                       9,698             46.442             19.821          45,000         25,000       25,000
       Tota I S he riff Ad mi ni stration         891,881            924,531            932,939         929,477        941,977      941,977
       Percent Change from Previous Year                -O.7o/o            3.7Yo              0.9Vo        -0.4%          1.3!io       0.Oo/o
2920   Sheriff - Patrol
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                                         4,317
        Miscellaneous                                                 50,000                175            5,000
        Other Financing Sources                    54,253             56,296             42,325
       Total Sheriff-Patrol                        54,253            106,296             46,817            5,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year           -63.8%              95.9%             -56.0olo         -89.3%       -100.0%         0.Oo/o
2940   Sheriff - Training
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                                             625
        Charges for Services                            1,300
       Total Sheriff-Trai ni ng                         1,300
       Percent Change from Previous Year                 0.0%         -100.0%                 0.0o/o    -100.0%           0.0%         0.0%
2960   Sheriff - Boating Safety Prgm
        Intergovernmental Revenue                  74,922             72,413                             63 000         63,000       63,000
        Miscellaneous                                 170                   550               614
       Total Sheriff-Boating Safety Prgm           75.092             72,963                  614        63,000         63,000       63,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                 6.2o/o            -2.8o/o        -99.2o/o 10160.6%               0.0olo       0.0%
2965   Sheriff - Reimbursable OT
        lntergovernmental Revenue                   17,518            22,268             18,574
        Charges for Services                       24,648             24,552             29,669           15,845        15,845       15,845
        Other Financing Sources                     14,165
       Tota I S heriff- Rei mb ursa ble   OT       56,331              46,820            48,243           15,845        15,845       15,845
       Percent Change from Previous Year                54.7o/o        -16.9%                 3.0o/o      -67.2%          0.0%         0.Oo/o



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Sheriff Revenue Summary


2970   Sheriff - DTF Grant
         ntergovernmental Revenue
           I                                   146,993     159,270      63,1 92       124,255
        Other Financing Sources                295,003     309,056     309,056        309,0s6 309,056             309,056
       Total Sheriff-DTF Grant                 441,996     468,326     372,248        433,311       309,056       309,056
       Percent Change from Previous Year         26.0o/o      6.0o/o    -20.5o/o         16.4%o      -28.7o/o        0.0o/o
2980   Sheriff - DCD Grant - Border
        lntergovernmental Revenue               73,924      69,857      67,346         68,000        68,000        68,000
       Tota I She riff- DC D G rant-Bord er     73,924      69,857      67,346         68,000        68,000        68,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year         15.9%       -5.s%       '3   60/o        1.0%         0.0%          O.Oo/o
2986   Sheriff - DTF Jag Grant
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                        8,672        145,682        56,713        76,720
       Total Sheriff-DTF Jag Grant                                       8,672        145,682        56,713        76,720
       Percent Change from Previous Year          O.Oo/o      0.0%        o.o%        1579.9%        -61 .1o/o      35.3o/o
2990   Sheriff - HIDTA Grant
        lntergovernmental Revenue                8,672       9,214       9,765         10,298        10.298        10,298
       Total Sheriff-Hl DTA Grant                8,672       9,214       9,765         10,298        10,298        10,298
       Percent Change ftom Previous Year          6.7o/o      6.3Y:o      6.0%            5.5o/o       0.0o/o        O.Oo/o
2992   Shr-Drug Task Force 2010-11
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                                                    76,793
       Total Shr-Drug Task Force 2010-1 1                                                            76,793
       Percent Change from Previous Year          0.0o/o      0.0%        0.0%            0.0%         o.0%       -100.0%
       S       heriff-   M   isce an eo u s
                                 II



           lntergovernmental Revenue            63,021     126,591     472,113        377,278       226,806       214,549
           Charges for Services                                 90      20,070
           Miscellaneous                                     1,430         647
           Other Financing Sources                                      53,838        358,079
       TotalSheriff-Miscellaneous               63,021 128,111 546,668 735,357 226,806                            214,548
       Percent Change from Previous Year         32.9o/o    103.3%      326.7o/o         34.5o/o     -69.2o/o        -5.4o/o
Total General Fund                            1,666,470 1,826,118 2,033,937          2,405,970     1,768,488     1,699,444
Percent Change from Previous Year                 2.5Yo       9.6%       11.4%           18.3o/o     -26.SYo         -3.9%




                                                                                                                               Page 239
Sheriff Revenue Summary

                                                                                                 Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                 Actual 200      Actual 200      Actual
                                                                                                  2010          2011          2012
16700 Emergency Management
       lntergovernmental Revenue                    156,480          73,066          79,878        77,756        77,756        81,031
       Miscellaneous                                     55                                         2,1s9
       Other Financing Sources                      113,274 160,355                 177 ,024      177,024       220,174       229,383
      Total Emergency Management                    269,809 233,421                 256,902       256,939       297,930       310,414
      Percent Change ftom Previous Year                 7.5o/o        -13.5o/o        10.1o/o         0.0o/o      16.0o/o         4.2o/o
16720 CERT Program
       Miscellaneous                                  5,250           3,777           2j05          5,000         5,000         5,000
      TotalCERT Program                               5,250           3,777           2,105         5,000         5,000         5,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year                3.2%          -28.1o/o        -44.3o/o      137.5o/o        o.oo           0.o%
16756 DHS Stonegarden FFY09
       ntergovernmental Revenue
       I                                                                                          829,580       100,000
      Total DHS Stonegarden FFY09                                                                 829,580       100,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 0.ÙYo           0.0%              0.0%        O.jYo      -87.9%        -100.0%
167s7 EMPG 2010810-272
       lntergovernmental Revenue                                                                   26,000        36,320
      TotalEMPG 2010 E10-272                                                                       26,000        36,320
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 0.0%            0.0%              0.0%        O.Oo/o      39.7o/o      -100.0%
16758 DHS SHSP FFYOg
       lntergovernmental Revenue                                                                                266,898
      TotalDHS SHSPFFY09                                                                                        266,898
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 O.Oo/o          0.0%              0.0%        O.Oo/o       O.Oo/o      -100.0%
16764 Cìtizen Corps FFY09 K-691
       lntergovernmental Revenue                                                                                  4,772
      Total Citizen Corps FFY09 K-691                                                                             4,772
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 0.0%            o.oo             0.0%                      0.0%       -100.0%
      Emergency Management-Miscellaneous
       lntergovernmental Revenue                    309,020         411j94        1,097,695       951,209        39,981
      Total Emergency Management-Miscellaneous      309,020         411J94         1,097,695      951,209        39,981
      Percent Change from Previous Year              -58.3%            33.1o/o       167.0o/o       -13.3o/o     -95.8%        -100.0%
Total Emergency Manangement Fund                    584,079         648,392        1,356,702     2,068,728      750,901        315,414
Percent Change from Previous Year                    -41.4%            11.Oo/o       109.2o/o        52.5o/o      -63.7o/o       -58.0%
TOTAL SHERIFF                                     2,250,549       2.474,510       3,390,639 4.474,698 2,519,389              2.014,858
Percent Change from Previous Year                     -14.20/o         10.OYo         37.0o/o        32.0%       -43.7o/o       -20.0%o

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                                                                 POSITION HISTORY


                                              2008 to                 2009 to                 Addtns &
                                  Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010       Beginning   Adjustmts    Authorized    Proposed                     2O11 lo
                                   2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      2010         (as of       as of       Changes/          2011        2012        2012
SHERIFF                            2008      Adiustmts     Totals    Adiustmts     Totals      1Ol1t10)    101112010     Closures        Allocation   Chanoes    Allocation
:'nenï                                1.UU                    1.UU                     1.00                      1.00                          1 00                    1.00
Undersheriff                          1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                    1.00
Chief Criminal Deputy                 1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                    1.00
Chief Civil Deputy                    1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                    1.00
lnspector                             0.50                    0.50                     0.50                      0.50                          0.50                    0.50
Lieutenant                            2.00                    2.00                     2.00                      2.00                          2.00                    2.00
Crime Analyst                        1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Volu nteer Services Coordinator      1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Senior Administrative Assistant      1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Accountant                           1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Admin¡strat¡ve Coordinator           1.70                     1.70       (0.70)        1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Account Clerk                        1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Civil Assistant                      1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                   1.00
Records/lD Supervisor                1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      '1.00                         1.00                   1.00
lD Technician                        3.00                     3.00                     3.00                      3.00                          3.00                   3.00
Records Specialist                   8.00        (0.50)       7.50        0.50         8.00         1.00         9.00        (1.00)            8.00                   8.00
Sergeant                            10.00                    10.00                    10.00                     10.00                         10.00                  10.00
Deputy                              6q oo                    69.00                    69.00                    69.00         /2 001          67.00                   67.00
                                   105.20        (0.50)     104.70       (0.20      104.50          1.00      1Uþ.þU         (3.00)         102.50        0.00      102.50

Eme¡gencv Manaqement
Depug Director                        1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                    1.00
Program Specialist                    2.00                    2.OO                     2.OO                      2.00                          2.00                    2.00
Ad m n istrative Coord inator
     i                                1.00                    1.00                     1.00                      1.00                          1.00                    1.00
                                      400         0.00        4.00        0.00         400          000          4.00            000           4.00       0.00         4.00
TOTAL SHERIFF                       109.20       (0.50      108.70       (0.20       108.50         1.00      109.50         f   3.00)      106.50        0.00      106.50




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                                                 Jail

1.    Create a transition team for the new jail, consisting of corrections, support and contract staff
      to serve as a resource for the pre-planning and planning of the new facility. This team will
      be on-going throughout the planning procéss foi the new Jail.

2.    Decrease the data entry enor rate in the computerized booking system by 7% by
      implementation of an additional quality assuránce process steþ aird additional träining.

      lnitiate a review of the Whatcom County Ordinances pertaining to Corrections facilities and
      have ordinance change requests in to the County Prósecutor by Decembe¡ 31,2012.

4.    lncrease public access to jail information by expanding the Jail web site to include statistical
      information, and offender release dates.

5.    lnco                                              I billing practices into a set of written policy
      and                                               proceïúres with the assistance of AS-
      Fina                                              s generally accepted accounting practices.
      This

6.    Finalize a cost-benefit analysis of the feasibility of charging offenders per diem costs of
                                                                                -
      incarceration. This analysis to be completed by Decembei31,2011.

7.    Complete an internalsecurity procedures audit for the main jail, the work center and the
      transport unit, and implement any necessary changes by December 31 ,2011.

8.    Complete th_e.development of multi-disciplinary offender population management protocols
      by January 31,2012,

9.    Re-organize current staffing allo_cations to maximize deputy presence in the housing and
      intake areas of the Corrections Facilities.

10.   Evaluate the feasibility_of expanding the Corrections Transport Unit by the development of
      interlocal agreements for Court transport for local Municipâlities.

11.   Finalize negotiations with health care practitioners in the local community regarding the
      utilization of the Medicaid reimbursement formula for offender health carê costs.




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                                                                                             Budget        Budget          Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual    2        Actual
                                                                                              2010          2011            2012
JAIL FUND
1   18000 Courthouse Jail
            Salaries & Wages                   2,390,762      2,538,304      2,685,727       2,915,523     2,921,O50       3,009,782
            Benefits                             921,583        989,920      1,08'1,063      1,248,617     1,264,717       1,391,859
            Supplies                             167,129        208,373        344,864        161,848       1   75,1 00      164,203
            Professional Services               191 ,160         50,579         48,954         69,223           79,093        80,293
            Building Maintenance Fees           563,257         580,154
            Other Services & Charges             46,857          63,715         64,633         58,138           62,176         61,236
            CapitalOutlay                                                        6,377
            Operating Transfers                   45,571         16,883        145,263         84,305           15,000         15,000
          Total Courthouse Jail                4,326,319 4,447,928           4,376,881       4.537.654 4.517j36            4,722,373
         Percent Change from Previous Year         -4.Oo/o         2.8o/o            -1.6%        3.7o/o         -0.5%               7.9o/o
118100 Minimum Security Jail
          Salaries & Wages                      961,O241,046,619             1,044,612       1,073,741     1.087,917           8,550
                                                                                                                           1 ,1 1

            Benefits                            380,561 375,867                385,578        420,916        441,607         489,574
            Supplies                             51,040   46,285                21,O13         41,919           32,500        30,500
            Professional Services                 1,000      210                14,235          16,982          15,337        15,874
            Building Maintenance Fees           271,000 279,000
            Other Services & Charges             33,762          19,547         19,940         39,410           54,285         39,110
            CapitalOutlay                                                       12,170          12,977
            Operating Transfers                                   9,690
          Total Minimum Security Jail          1,698,387      1,777,218      1,497,548       1,605,945     1,631,646       1,693,608
         Percent Change from Previous Year        -51 .0o/o        4.60/o        -15.7o/o         7.2o/o          1.6%              13.1Vo
1 181 15 Jail Administration

             Salaries & Wages                   388,001        451,103         452,085         525,817       521,745          527,175
             Benefits                            130,668       147,351         155,007        172,645        178,101          195,788
             Supplies                              4j20          3,510           6,397          2,150            1,350          1,600
             Professional Services                13,048         13,578          8,390         22,000            4,100         3,100
             Building Maintenance Fees            3,885          4,011         932,019        985,414       898,227          898,227
            Administrative Cost Allocation      358,602        369,360         434,866        464,626       422,963          435,652
             Other Services & Charges           162,729        182,039         195,137        264,997       255,741          256,491
             Debt Service                                                                                   230,628          230,628
         Total Jail Ad ministration            1,061,053      1,170,952      2,183,901 2,437,649 2,512,855                 2,548,661
         Percent Change from Previous Year         21 .4o/o       10.4o/o        86.5%           11.6Yo           3.1o/o             1.4o/o
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                                                                                                             Budget       Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual             Actual
                                                                                                              2011         20"t2
118120 Off Site Work Release
          Salaries & Wages                       48,156      40,646             59,893         61   ,619       61,721       64,707
             Benefits                            19,617      14,188             22,146         24,143          25,446       28,159
             Supplies                               207
             Professional Services              287,875
         Total Off SÌte Work Release            355,855       54,834            82,039         85,762          87,167       92,866
         Percent Change ftom Previous Year       -36.5%       -84.60/"           49.6%              4.5o/o       1.6%         6.5%
1 1 8140 Alt Corrections Admin

             Salaries & Wages                   184,115      194,462           195,759        201,962         209,502      215,142
             Benefits                            64,604       67,440            69,115         76,1 85         80,045       89,026
             Supplies                            25,831       21,786            26,251         23,800          23,200       23,200
             Professional Services                2,326            401
             Building Maintenance Fees           55,500       57,300
             Other Services & Charges             7,605       15,198            10,609         15,030          15,230       15,230
         Total Alt Corrections Admin            339,981      356,587           301.734        316,977         327,977  342,598
         Percent Change from Prevíous Year         -0.3Vo         4.9o/o         -15.4o/o           5.1o/o       3.5o/o 4.5%
118142 All Corrections Work Crew
             Salaries & Wages                   316,325      336,569           353,004        414,984         310,382 295,961
             Benefits                           145,184      155,834           163,650        202,523         164,132 171,702
             Supplies                             19,951      18,017            11,213         10,000          12,000       11,500
             Other Services & Charges             74,695      61,431            61,617         75,565          64,010       64,010
         Total AIt Corrections Work Crew        556,155      571,851           589,484        703,O72         550,524      543,173
         Percent Change from Previous Year         11.5o/o        2.8o/o             3.1o/o     19.3o/o        -21.7%         -1 .3o/o
118143 Forest Services Work Crew
             Salaries & Wages                     47,667      49,072            49,820
             Benefits                             21,172      22,285            22,451
             Supplies                             14,769      23,972
             Other Services & Charges              9,345      11,381             6,311
          CapitalOutlay                           16,016
       Total Forest Service Work Crew            108,969     106,710            78,582
       Percent Change from Previous Year                          -2.1o/o        -26A%        -100.0%            0.0o/o        0.0o/o




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                                                                                               Budget        Budget        Budget
                                                Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                                                2010          2011          20't2
11   81 45   Alt Corrections EH D
                 Salaries & Wages                   61,984      61,610            61,880         65,304        64,924        66,1 60
                 Benefits                           21,564      22j26             22,523         25,104        25,969        28,726
                 Professional Services              82,O72      77,269            86,85s         7s,000        75,000        75,000
             TotalAltcorrections   EHD             165,620 161,005 171,258 165,40g 165,893                                  169,886
       Percent Change from Previous      Year         13.5o/o -2.8%                    6.40/o -3.4%               O.3o/o        2.4%
118147 AIT Corrections 1 Day Offender
           Salaries & Wages                          5,327       3,166                 (123)
           Benefits                                  1,754       1,167                 186
        Total Alt corrections 1 Day Offender          7,081      4,333                63
        Percent            from Previous Year        -32 8o/o   -38.8%            -98.5%         -100.0%          0.0%          0.0o/o
1 18150 Jail Kitchen

            Supplies                                38,962 49,152 40,287 16,000 18,000                                       18,000
            Professional Services                  568,687 576,493 615,145 627,355 584,000                                  590,000
            Other Services & Charges                 4,744 10,522 20,833 9,585                                  9,000         9,000
                CapitalOutlay                        6,444 7,465 7,645 47,395                                  15,000
        Total Jail Kitchen                         618,837 643,632 683,910 700,335 626   617,000
        Percent Change from Previous Year           32.3o/o 4.Oo/o 6.30/o 2.4o/o -10.60/o -1 .4o/o
1 18155 Work Center Expansion Project

            Professional Services                               25,520
        Total Work Center Expansion Project                     25,520
        Percent Change from Previous Year              o.0%          O.Oo/o      -100.0%            0.0o/o        0.0o/o        0.jVo
I 18160 Jail Medical
            Salaries & Wages                        39,223 42,304        39,619                  38,292        40,033        40,093
            Benefits                                16,062 16,479        17,436                  18,522        19,908        21,965
            Supplies                               402,335 533,165 530,116                       484,000      271,O97       302,045
            Professional Services                 1,076,182 1,051,079 1,126,607                1,298,329     1,144,329     1,156$62
            Other Services & Charges                   710     1,005      2,312                    2,600         5,200         4,200
            Operating Transfers                     42,000    42,000     42,000
        Total Jail Medical                        1,576,512 1,686,032 1,258,090                1,841,743 1,480,567         1,524,965
        Percent           from Previous Year         16.2o/o    6.9%       4.3%                     4.8o/o      -19.60/o        3.0o/o




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                                                                                                 Budget       Budget       Budget
                                                 Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                                                  2010         2011         2012
118161 Jail MH/CD Funding
         Supplies                                                                                             300,000      300,000
         Professional Services                                                                                170,000       170,000
       Total Jail MH/CD Funding                                                                               470,000      470,000
       Percent Change ftom Previous Year                0.0%          0.0o/o            0.0%         0.0%         0.0%         O   Oo/o

118180 NW Minichain
          Salaries & Wages                           136,048      '131,843        131,624         136,087      118,942      124,759
          Benefits                                    46,874       46,790          48,285          52,688       50,338       56,210
          Supplies                                         74          551              350           200         200           200
          Other Services & Charges                   52,800        55,731          91,735          91,800       45,600       45,600
          Residual Equity Transfers                 214,796         9,394
       Total NW Minichain                           450,592       244,309         271,994         280,775      215,080      226,769
       Percent Change from Previous Year              121 .4o/o    -45.8o/o          11.3o/o         3.2o/o     -23.4o/o       5.4o/o
118185 Rapid Border Prosecution
          Salaries & Wages                               292          1,776         1,910
          Benefits                                         50           385             386
        Total Rapid Border Prosecution                   342        2,161           2,296
        Percent Change from Previous Year             -72.7o/o     531.9o/o             6.2o/o    -100.0%         0.0o/o       0.0%
1 18190 1 18191 Domestic Violence/Greenhouse

           Salaries & Wages                            2,564
           Benefits                                       491
           Supplies                                                                 4,914
           Other Services & Charges                                   1,626         1,302
          CapitalOutlay                                               7,554
       Total Domestic Viole nce/G ree n hou se         3,055          9.180         6,216
       Percent Change from Previous Year              -53.0%       200.5o/"         -32.3o/o      -100.0%         O.0o/o       0.0o/o




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                                                                                           Budget       Budget
                                           Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                                            2010         2011        2012
I 18195 Staff Training
           Salaries & Wages                    41,644      60,123            44,282          77,000       77,000     67,350
           Benefits                             8,129       11,800            8,723          13,944       10,979     12,076
           Supplies                            20,311        9,894            7,447          41,673       22,026     17,046
           Other Services & Charges            21,184       26,374           20,611           8,600       15,880      15,880
           Operating Transfers                  8,049        3,986                            7,280
       Total Staff Training                    99,317      112,177           81,063         148,497      125,885     112.352
       Percent Change ftom Previous Year     66111.3o/o      12.9o/o         -27.7o/o         83.2%       -15.2o/o    -10.8o/o
TOTAL JAIL FUND                             11,368,075 11,374,429 12,085,059 12,823,817 12,710,730 13,064,251
Percent Change from Previous Year                -9.3o/o        0.1o/o            6.2o/o       6.1o/o      -0.9o/o      2.8o/o




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                         Staff Training
                              1Yo




                                                      Offsite Work
                                                        Release
                                                              1o/o




                                               Alt Corrections
                                                 Work Crew
                                                           5o/o

                                              Alt Corrections-EH
                                                              1o/o

                                            NW Minichain
                                                    2o/o

                                      Jail MH/CD Funding
                                             4o/o




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OPERATIONS
    JAIL FUND
    1    18000 Courthouse Jail                4,280,749    4,431,O45       4,225,242   4,453,349   4,502,136   4,707,373
      118100 Minimum Security Jail            1,698,387    1,767,528       1,485,378   1,592,968   1,631,646   1,693,608
      1 181 1 5 Jail Administration           1,061,052    1,170,952       2,183,902   2,437,649   2,512,855   2,548,661
      118120 Off Site Work Release              355,856       54,834          82,038      85,762     87,167      92,866
      118140 Alt Corrections Admin              339,982      356,587         301,734     316,977    327,977     342,598
      118142 Alt Corrections Work Crew          556,1 55    571,851          589,484     703,072    550,524     543,173
      118143 Forest Services Work Crew           92,953     106,709           78,582
      118145 Alt Corrections EHD                165,620      161,004         171,258    165,408 165,893          169,886
      118147 Alt Corrections 1 Day Offender       7,081        4,333              63
      1 18150 Jail Kitchen                      612,393      636,167        676,265     652,940 611,000         617,000
      1 18155 Work Center Expansion Project                   25,520
      118160 Jail Medical                     1,534,513    1,644,032       1,716,091   1,841,743 1,480,567 1,524,965
      118161 Jail MH/CD Funding                                                                -    470,000 470,000
      118180 NW Minichain                       235,796      234.915        271,994     280,775     215,080 226,769
      118185 Rapid Border Prosecution               341        2,161          2,296
      118190 Domestic Violence Training           3,056
      I 18191 Greenhouse/Offender Hort Educ                    1,626           6,216
      1 18195 Staff Traininq                     91,268      108,190          81,063     141,217 125,885         112,352
Total Jail Operations                         11,035,202 11,277,454    1   1,871,606 12,671,860 12,680,730 13,049,251
CAPITAL
     JAIL FUND
     1   18000 Courthouse Jail                                                 6,377
      118100 Minimum Security Jail                                            12,170      12,977
      118143 Forest Services Work Crew           16,016
      1 181 50 Jail Kitchen                       6,444        7,465           7,645      47,395     15,000
      1 18191 Greenhouse/Offender Hort Educ                    7,554
Total Jail Capital                               22,460       15,019          26,192      60,372     15,000




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                                                                                       Budget     Budgel     Budget
                                       Actual          Actual         Actual
                                                                                        2010       2011       2012
TRANSFERS
     JAIL FUND
     1 18000 Courthouse Jail                 45,571          16,883      145,263        84,305      15,000     15,000
     118100 Minimum Security Jail                             9,690
     1 18160 Jail Medical                    42,000          42,O00       42,000
     118180 NW Minichain                    214.796           9,394
     1 18195 Staff T                          8,049           3,986                       7,280
Total Jail lransfers                        310,416          81,953                     91,585      15,000     15,000
TOTAL Jail                             11   ,368,078   11   ,374,426 12,085,061    1    823,817 12,710,730 13,064,251
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Jail Funding Sources


                                                                                                                     2011          2012
                                                                        nterqovernmental Revenue              2.099.41e        2.O52.041
                                                                       y'Vork Release Fees                      140 00c          140.00c
                                                                       ilectronic Home Monitor                  320,00c          320.00(
                                                Transfer ln-Chemical
                                                                       fetention Facilities Sales Tax         3.147.164        3.241.575
                                                        Dep.
                                                                       Cther Charoes for Service                235,70e          235,75C
                                                       3.90%
                                                                       Miscellaneous Revenue                    234.55C          234,75C
                                                                       fransfer ln-General Fund               5.023.225        5.117.225
                                                Transfer ln-Admin.     f ransfer ln-Public Works                273,91C          236.621
                                                       Svcs            fransfer ln-Chemical Deo.                470,00c         470,00(
                                                      0.33%            Transfer ln-Admin. Svcs                   40.00c          40,000
                                                                       Fund Balance*                            696,752         9ü.27A
                                                                       Total Fundinq                         12,680.73(       13.049.251




                                                                       *Fund Balance is
                                                                                        not included in the chaft.


                                                   Work Release Fees
                                                          1.160/0
 Miscellaneous
   Revenue
    1.95%                                       Electronic Home
                                                    Monitor
                                                    2.66Yo
     Other Charges for
          Service
            1.96%
                         Detention Facilities
                             Sales Tax
                               26.54Yo




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Jail Revenue Summary

                                                                                                Budget             Budget             Budget
                                             Actual 2007 Actual              Actual
                                                                                                 2010                2011               2012
GENERAL FUND
1 18000 Courthouse Jail

         lntergovernmental Revenue            1,659,671        2,085,411      1,946,250         1,759,392          1,862,550          1.814.670
         Charges for Services                    63,302           81,457        104,594          1  ,050
                                                                                                     01              102,600            102,600
         Miscellaneous                          163,247         124,287         379,745          130;000              91,500             91,700
         Other Financing Sources              6,166,574        6,030,421      5,033,975         5,232,131          5.023.229          5,117,229
        Total Courthouse Jail                 8,052,794 8,321,576             7,464,564         7,222,573          7,079,879          7,126,199
        Percent Change from Previous Year         9.73o/o           3.3o/o           -10.3o/o         -3.2o/o              -2.Oo/o          0.7o/o
118100 Minimum Security Jail
         Taxes                                3,387,140_ 3,406,458            .,.r              3,200,000          3,147    ,164_     3,241 ,57s_
         Miscellaneous                                                               3:333
       Total Minimum Security Jail            3,387   ,140 3,406,458 3,018,059 3,200,000                           3,147    ,164      3.241.579
       Percent Change from Previous Year              3.3o/o        0.6%             -11.4%               6.0o/o           -1 .7o/o         3.0o/o
118120 Off Site Work Release
        Charges for Services                    229,226         251,527         222,920          236,900             140,000            140,000
       Total Off Site Work Release              229,226         251,527         222,920          236,900             140,000            140,000
         Percent Change from Previous Year       -27.4o/o           9.7o/o       -11.4%                   6.3o/o      -40.9o/o              O.Oo/o
1 1 8140 Alt Corrections Admin

          Charges for Services                   32.740           31,280         46,551              33,656           39,506             39,506
         Total Alt Corrections Admin             32.740           31,280         46,551              33,656           39,506             39,506
         Percent Change ftom Previous Year            5.4o/o       -4.5o/o            48.8o/o        -27.7o/o          17.4o/o              O.0o/o
118142 Alt Corrections Work Crew
          lntergovernmental Revenue              60,079          54,639          19,635              15,530           81,869             82,375
          Charges for Services                   69,182          82,134         101 ,953          86,000              93,000             93,000
          Miscellaneous                           9,556           6,900          21,321            9,000              10,000             10,000
          Other Financing Sources               251,336         257,938         304,500          309,200            313,910             276,622
         Total AIt Corections Work Crew         390,153          401,611        447,409          419,730             498,779            461,997
         Percent Change from Previous Year            43%           2.9o/o            11.4o/o             -6.2%        18.8o/o             -7.4o/o
118143 Forest Services Work Crew
        I  ntergovernmental Revenue              42,595          36,310               5,096
         Total Forest Seryices Work Crew         42,595          36,310               5,096
         Percent Change from Previous Year        41 .5o/o       -14.8%              -86.0%       -100.0%                   0.Oo/o          0.0o/o




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                                                                                                                                         Budget
                                                          Actual             Actual            Actual
                                                                                                                2010                      2012
1 1   Alt Corrections EHD
      81 45
        Charges for Services                                 222,283            258,O23           306,823       321,348      320,000     320,000
       Total Alt Conections EHD                              222,283            258,023           306,823       321,348      320,000     320,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year                       10.8o/o            16.1o/o           18.9Yo         4.7o/o      -O.4o/o       00%
118147 All Corrections 1 Day Offender
        Charges for Services                                   7,065              3,840
       Total Alt Corrections 1 Day Offender                     7,065             3,840
       Percent Change from Previous Year                       -39.5%            -45.60/o         -100.0%          0.Oo/o       0.0%         O.0o/o
118160 Jail Medical
        Miscellaneous                                        126,253             71,826            96,828        60,000      133,050      133,050
        Other Financing Sources                                                                                 470,000
       Total Jail Medical                                    126,253             71,826            96,828       530,000      133,050      133,050
       Percent Change from Previous Year                       74.5o/o           -43.1o/o           34.8o/o      447.4o/o     -74.9o/o       0.0%
118161 Jail MH/CD Funding
        Taxes
        Business Licenses & Permits                                                                                          470,000      470,000
              Total Jail Medical                                                                                             470,000      470,000
              Percent Change from Previous Year                    0.0%               0.Oo/o            0.0%       0.0%         0.0%         0.0%
118180 NW Minichain
               I   ntergovernmental Revenue                  260,1 93           285,795           317,746       303,196      155,000      155,000
              Total NW Minichain                             260,1 93           285,795           317,746       303,196      155,000      155,000
        Percent Chanoe from Previous Year                      22.5o/o                9.8o/o         11.2o/o       -4.60/o    -48.9o/o       0.0%
1 18190 1 18191 Domestic Violence/Greenhouse

          ntergovernmental Revenue
               I                                               8,602              9,180             6,216
          Charges for Services                                                                                                   600          650
              Total Do me stic V iole nce/G ree nhou se            8,602          9,180             6.216                        600          650
              Percent Change from Previous Year                     0.0%              6.7o/o        -32.3o/o    -100.0%         0.0%         8.3o/o
TOTAL JAIL                                                12,759,044 13,077,426 11,932,212 12,267,403 11,983,978 12,087,981
Percent Change from Previous Year                                   7.5o/o            2.5o/o            -8 8%       2.8o/o     -2.3o/o       0.9%




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                                                                POSITION HISTORY

                                          2008 to                2009 to                 Addtns &
                              Adjusted     2009      Adopted      2010       Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized    Proposed                  20111o
                               2007-     Addtns &     2009      Addtns &       2010        (as of      as of       Changes/        2011       2012           2012
SHERIFF. JAIL                  2008      Adiustmts    Totals    Adjustmts     Totals      1Ol1l10)   10t1t2010     Closures     Allocation   Changes       Allocation
uh teï L;orrecttons ofttcer       1.UU                   1.00                     1.00                     1. 00                     1.00                        1. 00
lnspector                        0.50                    0.50                    0.50                     0.50                       0.50                       0.50
Lieutenant                       2.00                    2.OO                    2.OO                     2.00                       2.00                       2.00
Corrections Sergeant             8.00                   8.00                     800                      8.00                       8.00                       8.00
Corrections Deputy              66.00                  66.00                    66 00                    66.00         (2.00)       64.00       (1   00)       63.00
Administrative Coordinator        1.00                   1.00                     100                      100                       1.00                        1.00
Records Specialist                4.00        1.00       5.00       (1.00)       4.00                     400          (1.00)        3.00                        3.00
Account Clerk                     2.00                   2.00                    2.00                     200                        2.00                       2.00
Lead Work Crew Coordinator        1.00                   1.00                     1.00                     1.00                      1.00       (1.00)          0.00
Work Crew Coordinator            6.00                    6.00                    6.00                     6.00                       6.00                       6.00
TOTAL JAIL                      91.50         1.00      92.5U       (1.00       91.50         0.00       91.50         (3 00        88.50       (2.00          86.50




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                                         Superior Court

Court Operations
  1.   Effectively manage criminal and non-criminal cases and calendars so as to assure
       expeditious resolution and completion within established time frames.

  2.   Reduce backlog of unresolved criminal cases by 20%.

  3.   Design and implement case management practices in probate, guardianship and civilcase,
       to include at-the{ime-of-filing complexity assessment, court ordered time lines and dispute
       resolution alternatives. lmplement volunteer-based guardianship monitoring program.

  4.   lmplement improved in-court practices to more efficiently access virtualfiles and electronic
       calendars

  5.   Explore and implement in-court document generation, so as to avoid subsequent hearings
       for entry of orders.

  6.   Work to reduce dependency guardian ad litem costs.

Drug Coutts
  1.   Expedite enrollment approvals.

  2.   Continue to seek stable funding sources.




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                                                          Page 257
Superior Court Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                      Budget        Budget        Budget
                                              Actual            Actual 200          Actual 200
                                                                                                       2010          2011            2012
GENERAL FUND
3100 Superior Court
       Salaries & Wages                        1,098,609         1   ,170,663        1,142,045        1,170,488     1,187,650        87,650
                                                                                                                                  1 ,1
       Benefits                                  231,975             262102            264,300          288,162      301,951        332,840
       Supplies                                   25,195                 18,648         20,057           20,750       21,900         21,000
       Professional Services                      92,571              81,306            91,920         109,861        91,735         92,596
       Building Maintenance Fees                 139,897             144,434             150,461       158,392       152,094         152,O94
       Administrative Cost Allocation            192,943             210,061             190,415       203,446       206,301        212,490
       Other Services & Charges                  141,861             1   67,1 80         204,360       204,957       208,792        208,792
          CapitalOutlay                                                                   21.482        15,000        15,000
       Total          CourI                    1,923,051         2.054.394                         2,171,056        2,185.423     2,207,462
       Percent          from Previous Year         13.2o/o                 6.8o/o            1.5o/o     4.1%             o.7%              1.0o/o
3111   S.C.-Training/Registration
          Supplies                                      461                 669               657         1,400         1,400             1,400
          Other Services & Charges                 1,775                  1,894             1.422        2,600         2,600              2,600
       TotalS.C.-Tt                                2,236                  2,563            2,079         4,000         4,000              4,000
       Percent          from Previous Year         26.0o/o                14.60/o          -18.9o/o      92.4o/o         O.Oo/o            0.0o/o
3140   Superior Ct-Assigned Counsel
          Salaries & Wages                        88,559                 97,166           94,230       106,845        56,689             60,668
          Benefits                                36,020                 47,908           48,641        56,148        35,726             39,897
          Supplies                                     151                                                750            750               750
          Professional Services                1,039,956             992,1  16       1   ,153,151     1,079,000 1,060,144         1,060,144
          Building Maintenance Fees                6,198                  6,399             6,562        6,908          6,633         6,633
          Other Services & Charges                                          139                            250           250            250
       Total Superior Ct-Assigned Counsel      1,170,884 1,143,728 1,302,584 1,249,901 1,160,192                                  1,168,342
       Percent Change from Previous Year               8.9%               -2.3Yo 13.9o/o -4.0yo -7.2%                                      0.7o/o
3160   Superior Court-CH Facilitators
          Salaries & Wages                        81,065                 79,744           89,247        94,716        93,426             96,522
          Benefits                                32,265                 33,750           35,890        40,894        41,398             46,186
          Supplies                                                                           502
       Total          Coutt-CH Facilitators                          113,494             125,639       135,610       134,824        142,708
       Percent          from Previous Year             6.7o/o              O.1o/o           10.7o/o        7.9o/o      -0.6%               5.8o/o




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Superior Gourt Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                   Budget       Budget       Budget
                                            Actual             Actual            Actual
                                                                                                    2010         2011         2012
3170 Superior Court-Drug Ct Grnts
          Salaries & Wages                     159,299            177,456
          Benefits                              52,552             60,300
          Supplies                               2,382              4,882
          Professional Services                186,620            124,094
          Building Maintenance Fees             1   3,I   81       1 3,609

          Other Services & Charges                  3,517            8,507                 (32)
       Total Superior Court-Drug Ct Grnts      417,551 388,848                             (32)
       Percent Change from Previous Year            20.4o/o             -6.90/o     -100.0%         -100.0%         0.0o/o        0.0o/o
3180 Superior Court-Civil Commit
          Professional Services                     3,578          12,362               17,157      25,000       25,000        25,000
       Total Superior Court-Civil Commit            3,578          12,362               17,157      25,000       25,000        25,000
       Percent Change from Previous Year         -93.2o/o          245.5o/o              38.8o/o      45.7o/o       o.o%          O.Oo/o
Total GeneralFund                            3,630,630 3,715,389 3,532,467 3,585,567 3,509,439 3,547,512
Percent Change from Previous Year               10.7o/o    2.3o/o    -4.9o/o   1.5o/o    -2.1o/o    1.1o/o
124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FUND-Drug Court
          Salaries & Wages                                                          185,518        266,035      205,289       186,281
          Benefits                                                                   62,463         105,251       76,464       73,139
          Supplies                                                                    3,437           9,050        5,163        4,000
          Professional Services                                                     1   10,151      205,520       88,097       41,802
          Building Maintenance Fees                                                     13,956       14,692       14,108       14,108
          Administrative Cost Allocation                                                                          33,633       34,563
          Other Services & Charges                                                       7,889       10,340        8,491        8,491
          Operating Transfers                                                                        10,000
      TotalChemical              Fund                                       -       383,414 620,888 431,245                   362
      Percent Change from Previous Year              0.0o/o             0.0%          0.0% 61.9% -30.S%                         -16.00/o
TOTALSUPERIOR COURT                          3,630,630 3,715,389 3,915,881 4,206,455 3,940,684                               3,909,896
Percent Change ftom Previous Year                   10.7o/o             2.3o/o            5.4o/o       7.4o/o      -63%          -0.8%




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Superior Gourt Budget by Program




   Training
    0.10%




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                                        3.54o/o



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                                      Commitments
                                        o.64%




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                                   Dependency-Drug
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                                                      Page 260
Superior Court Program Summary
                                                                                            Budget      Budget           Budget
                                                Actual         Actual       Actual
                                                                                             2010          2011           2012
OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
      3100 Superior Court                        1,923,052      2,054,393    2,063,559      2,156,056   2,170,423        2,207,462
      3111 S.C.-Training/Registration                  2,237        2,s63        2,080          4,000       4,000            4,000
      3140 Superior Ct-Assigned Counsel          1 ,1 70,883    1,143,728    1,302,585      1,249,901   1 ,1   60,1 92   1,168,342
      3160 SuperiorCourt-CH Facilitators           113,330        113,494      125,639       135,610       134,824        142,708
      3170 Superior Court-Drug Ct Grnts            417,550        388,848            (32)
      3180 Superior Court-Civil Commit               3,578         12.362       17,157        25,000       25,000           25,000
      124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FU                                               383,415 610,888               ,245
                                                                                                           431             362,384
Total Superior Court Operations                  3,630,630 3,715,388 3,894,403 4,181,455                3,925,684        3,909,896
CAPITAL
      GENERAL FUND
      3100 Superior Court                                                       21,482         15,000          15,000
                Capital
Total Superior Court                                                            21,482 15,000                  1S,OO0
TRANSFERS
      GENERAL FUND
      124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FUND-Drug Court                                                  10,000
Total Superior Cou¡t Transfers                                                                 10,000
TOTAL SUPER/OR COURT                             3,630,630 3,715,388 3,915,885 4,206,455 3,940,684                       3,909,896
Percent Change from Previous Year                   10.7o/o    2.3o/o    5.4o/o    7.4o/o    -6.3%                           -0.8o/o




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Superior Gourt Funding Sources

                                 Chemical Dep. Fund
                                                                                                             2011              20'12
                                      Balance
                                       7.13o/"
                                                                            nterqovernmental Revenue      238,875        1   91 ,510
                                                                            Sharoes for Service           119.60C        119,600
                                                                            Miscellaneous Revenue           28,40C        13,400
                                                                            Seneral Fund                 3.239.069      3,326.342
                                                                            3hemical Dep. Fund Balance     299.74C        259.O44
                                                                            Total Fundinq                3,925.684      3.909.89€




                                                      Charges for Service
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                                                                                                                     Page 262
Superior Gourt Revenue Summary

                                                                                                      Budget       Budget        Budget
                                                Actual          Actual             Actual
                                                                                                       2010         2011          2012
GENERAL FUND
3100 Superior Court
      lntergovernmental Revenue                     31,501          37,724            136,662          151,242      115,170       115,170
      Miscellaneous                                       (2)                           1,994
      Other Financing Sources                                                          41 ,196          15,000       15,000
     Total          Court                           31,499          37,724            179,852          166,242      130,170       115,170
     Percent          ftom Previous Year            176.Oo/o         19.8%             376.8o/o          -7.60/o     -21 .7o/o     -11.5o/o
3111 S.C.-Training/Registration
      Miscellaneous                                   1,960          2,435              2,160            4,000        4,000         4,000
       Total   S.C.-Training/Registration             1,960          2,435              2,160            4,000        4,000         4,000
       Percent Change from Previous     Year          43.60/o 24.2%                     -11.3o/o 85.2o/o               O.Oo/o        O.Oo/o
3140   Superior Ct-Assigned Counsel
        ntergovernmental Revenue
        I                                             5,025 8,000 ,t,,:z:                                            19,200
        Miscellaneous                                                                                          _

       Total Superior Cf-Asslgned Counsel             5,025          8,000             46,793                  -     19,200               -
       Percent Change from Previous     Year         -79.3o/o 59.2o/o 484.9o/o -100.0%                                 0.0%       -100.0%
3160   Superior Court-CH Facilitators
        Business Licenses & Permits                 11,416          11,376             10,688            9,920        9,400        9,400
        Charges for Services                        54,500          54,939             59,626           52,807       67,600       67,600
       Total Superior Court-CH   Facilitators       65,916 66,315 70,314 62,727 77,OOO                                            77,OOO
       Percent         ftom Previous Year                2.3Yo           0.6%               6.00/0      -1}.8o/o      22.ÙYo         0.0o/o
3170   Superior Court-Drug Ct Grnts
        ntergovernmental Revenue
        I                                          200,557         133,941
        Charges for Services                        35,551          43,589
        Other Financing Sources                     25,500          25,s00
       Total Superior Court-Drug Ct Grnts          261,608         203,030
       Percent Change from Previous Year             -5.7% -22.4o/o -100.0%                               O.Oo/o O.Oo/o              O.Oo/o
3180   Superior Court-Civil Commit
                            Revenue                  (7,009)         9,782             17,224          25,000       25,000        25,000
       TotalSuperior   Court-CivilCommit             (7,009)         9,782             17,224          25,000        25,000       25,000
       Percent         ftom Previous Year           -109.7o/o      -239.60/o            76.1o/o          45.1o/o       0.0%          0.ÙVo
Total General Fund                                 358,999         327                316,343         2s7,969              70    221,170
Percent         ftom Previous Year                   -2O.4o/o            -8.8o/o            -3.3o/o     -18.5o/o      -1 .Oo/o     -13.4o/o


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Superior Gourt Revenue Summary

                                                                                         Budget       Budget
                                          Actual 2007 Actual              Actual
                                                                                          2010         201'l
124 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY FUND-Drug Court
        lntergovernmental Revenue                                            118,528     239,520        79,505       51,340
        Charges for Services                                                  47,254      51,990        52,000       52,000
      Total Chemical Dependency Fund                                         165,782     291,510       131   ,505   103,340
      Percent Change from Previous Year         00%            0   0o/o         0.0%        75.8o/o     -54.9o/o     -21 .4o/o
TOTAL SUPER/OR COURT                         358,999 327,286 482,125 549,479 386,875                                324,510
Percent Change from Previous Year             -2O.4o/o         -8.8o/o         47.3o/o      14.0%       -29.60/o     -16.1o/o




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                                                               POSITION HISTORY


                                            2008 to                 2009 to                 Addtns &
                               Adjusted      2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning    Adjustmts    Authorized   Proposed                    2011 lo
                                2007-      Addtns &      2009      Addtns &     2010          (as of       as of      Changes/         2011        2012        2012
SUPERIOR COURT/CLERK            2008       Adjustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals      10t1t1o)     1011t2010    Closures       Allocation   Changes    Allocation
Juoge                              3.00                    J.UU                    3.00                       3 00                         3.UU                    3.00
Superior Court Administrator       1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
Superior Court Commissioner        3.00                    3.00                     3.00                       3.00                        3.00                   3.00
Court Reporter                     3.00                    3.00                     3.00                       3.00                        3.00                   3.00
Judicial Assistant                 3.00                    3.00                     3.00                       3.00                        3.00                   3.00
Assigned Counsel Coordinator       1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00       (1   00)         0.00                   0.00
Court Facilitator                  2.OO                    2.OO                     2.OO                       2.00                        2.00                   2.00
Drug Court Coordinator             1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
Substance Abuse Specialist         2.00                    2.00                     2.00         0.70          2.70                        2.70                   2.70
Chief Deputy Clerk                 1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
Accountant                         1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
Clerk                              7.50                    7.50                     7.50          100          8.50       (1 00)           7.50                   7.50
Court Clerk                       11.00        (1.00)      10.00                   '10.00                     10.00       (2 00)           8.00                   8.00
Specialty Court Clerk              2.OO                    2.00                     2.00                       2.00                        2.OO                   2.00
Senior Court Clerk                 1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
Calendar Clerk                     1.00                     1.00                    1.00                       1.00       (1.00)           0.00                   0.00
Account Clerk                      '1.00                    1.00                    1.00                       1.00                        1.00                   1.00
rOTAL SUPERIOR COURT/CLERK       44 50          1.0c      43.50         000        43.50          1.70        4520        15.00)          40.20       0.00       40.20




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                                             Treasurer

Treasurer
  1.    Mail tax statements by February 14th. Achieve 97o/o collection rate of current tax and
        special assessment receivables. Mail delinquent tax statements by May 1Sth. Send billing
        to all new taxpayers identified after original billing. Complete processing of tax payments
        within five (5) working days of deadline.

  2.    Work cooperatively with the Assessor, Auditor, Administration and other project
        stakeholders to plan, manage and implement electronic filing of real estate excise tax
        (REET) documents.

  3.    lncrease use of alternative payment methods by    1o/o   annually.

  4.    Deposit allfunds received from districts and departments within 24 hours.

  5.    Review and pursue sales tax and miscellaneous tax revenues to ensure the County
        receives all revenue to which it is entitled. File claims for taxes on all bankruptcy
        notifications on behalf of the County.

  6.    Provide cash handling training opportunities every six months to county cash handlers.
        Review and update cash handling policies and procedures as necessary.

  7.    Conduct quarterly meetings of the Administrative Finance Committee to review county
        investment portfolio. Annually review and update investment policy as needed. ln
        coordination with County administration, develop a debt policy for Whatcom County.

  8.    Deliver financial reports to all departments and districts by the 1Oth business day each
        month.

  9.    Produce quarterly cash balance reports and make the reports available to the public on the
        Treasurer's website.

  10.   lnitiate and complete foreclosure proceedings on all eligible tax parcels delinquent three or
        more years.

  11.   Work cooperatively with Public Works in administering special assessment tax roll
        information to eliminate billing delays and errors.


                                                                                 continued on next page


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  12.   Mail delinquent notices. within 30 days after due date on all localand road improvement
        accounts. lnitiate foreclosure proceedings on all accounts two or more years ïelinquent.

 13.    Provide staffing support for the Property Management Committee. Maintain real property
        asset files. Complete real property inventory.

Whatcom County lnvestment Pool
 1.     Achieve an overall rate of return on investments which is higher than the Local Government
        lnvestment Pool (LGIP).

        Process within 24 hours all investment deposiUwithdrawal requests that meet policy
        requirements.




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Treasurer Expenditure Trends


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                                                   Page 268
Treasurer Expenditure Summary

                                                                                                      Budget       Budget        Budget
                                               Actual             Actual            Actual
                                                                                                       2010         201'l            2012
GENERAL FUND
3300 Treasurer
        Salaries & Wages                            626,668 607,163 629,733 708,325                                 619,871          646,210
         Benefits                                   229,038 220,550 240,135 290,599                                 254,910          285,016
         Supplies                                    12,697 19,810 11,723 22,522                                     18,900           18,900
         Professional Services                       69,113 82,345 63,134 87,712                                    194,357          194,357
         Building Maintenance Fees                   36,704 37,89s 38,859 40/02                                      39,314           39,314
        Administrative Cost Allocation              129,372 133,253 197 ,697 201 ,033                                91.235           93,972
         Other Services & Charges                    69,467 75,420 113,905 78,099                                    80,736           80,736
      Total Treasurer                           1   ,173,059 1 ,176,436 1 ,295,186 1,428,992 1,299,323                           1   ,358,505
      Percent Change from Previous Year                 -4.7%              03%           10.1o/o 1O.3o/o -9.1%                           4.6Vo
119 REET ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY FUND
         Operating Transfers                                                                           180,000
       Total REET Electronic Technology Fund                                                           180,000
      Percent          from Previous Year                0.0o/o            0.0o/o            0.Oo/o       O.Oo/o     -100.0%             0.0o/o
TOTAL IREASURER                                 1 ,1   73,059      1,176,436         1,295,186        1,608.992    1,299,323     1,358,s05
Percent Change from Previous Year                       -4.7o/o            O.3o/o        10.1o/o          24.2%       -19.2o/o           4.60/o




                                                                                                                                                  Page 269
Treasurer Budget by Program




                              Page 270
Treasurer Program Summary


OPERATIONS
      GENERAL FUND
      3300 Treasurer                        I   ,1   73,059   1,176,436   1,295,185   1,429,992   1.299.323   1,358.505
Total Treasurer                             1 ,1     73,059   1   ,176
TRANSFERS
      GENERAL FUND
      I19 REET ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY FUND                                              180,000
Total Treasurer Transfers                                                         -    180,000
TOTAL ÏREASURER                             1   ,173,059 1,176,436 1 ,295,185 1 ,608,992 1 ,299,323           1,358,505
                       Year
Percent Change from Previous                          -4.7%o 0.3%o 10j%                   24.2% -1g.2yo            4.6%




                                                                                                                          Page 271
Treasurer Funding Sources


                        Charges for Services
                               5.49%
                                               O&M Transfer
                                                  5.644/o




         General Fund
           86.04%




                                                              Page 272
Treasurer Revenue Summary

                                                                                               Budget        Budget       Budget
                                              Actual            Actual 200      Actual 200
                                                                                                201 0         2011         2012
GENERAL FUND
3300 Treasurer
       Taxes                                  24,528,429 25.231,279             25,195,965 25.842.083 27,401,560 27,709,696
       Charges for Services                      129,139            76,697          96,976        88,250 73,00073,000
       Miscellaneous                           5,543,687         4,256,348         434,981     2,045,000     1,140,742
                                                                                                      1,526,259
       Other Financing Sources                    53,871            79,948          78,188        65,000 75,00075,000
      Total Treasurer                         30,255,126 29,644,272 25,806,110 28,040,333 28,690,302 29,383,9s5
      Percent Change from Previous Year                7.4o/o         -2.0o/o       -12.9o/o        8.7o/o       2.3o/o       2.4o/o
119 REET ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY FUND
       Intergovernmental Revenue                  38,847            29,008          26,410       30,000        25,000       25,000
      Total REET Electronic Technology Fund       38,847            29,008          26,410       30,000        25,000       25,000
      Percent Change from Previous Year            -15.3o/o         -25.3o/o         -9 0%         13.60/o     '16.7o/o       0.0%
TOTAL IREASURER                               30,293,973 29,673,280 25,832,520 28,070,333 28,715,302 29,408,955
Percent Change from Previous Year                      7.3o/o         -2.ÙVo        -12.9%          8.7o/o       2.3o/o      13.8Yo




                                                                                                                                       Page 273
                                                                      POSITION HISTORY

                                               2008 to                 2009 to                Addtns &
                                   Adjusted     2009       Adopted      2010      Beginning   Adjustmts   Authorized   Proposed                   2011 lo
                                    2007-     Addtns &      2009      Addtns &      201Q        (as of      as of      Changes/        2011        2012        2012
TREASURER                           2008      Adjustmts     Totals    Adiustmts    Totals      1011t10\   10t112010    Closures     Allocation    Chanoes    Allocation
 I reasurer                            1.00                    100                     1.UU                    1.00                      1   00                    1.UU
Chief Deputy                           1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      't.00                     1.00
Revenue Specialist                     1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      '1.00                     1.00
Revenue Deputy                         3.00                    3.00                   3.00                     3.00                      3.00                      3.00
Operations/Accounting Specialist       1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                      1.00
lnvestment Officer                     1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                      1.00
Treasury Services Manager              1.00                    1.00                   1.00                     1.00                      1.00                      1.00
Tax Supervisor                         1.00                    r.00                   1.00                     1.00        (1.00)        0.00                      0.00
Accounting Technician                  1.00                    1.00                   100                      1.00                      1.00                      100
Clerk                                  4.00       (1.00)       3.00                   300                      3.00                      3.00                      300
Head Cashier                           1.00                    100                    100                      1.00        11.001        0.00                      000
 TOTAL TREASURER                      16.00       (1.00       15.00        U.UU      15 00         0.00       15.00        12.00)       13.00         U.UU       13.00




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Veteran's Relief Expenditure Trends


$440,000


$400,000


$360,000


$320,000


$280,000


$240,000


$200,000


$160,000


$120,000


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           lActual   trBudget




                                      Page 275
Veteran's Relief Expenditure Summary

                                                                               Budget     Budget     Budget
                                         Actual 2007 Actual       Actual
                                                                                2010       2011       2012
GENERAL FUND
114 Veterans Relief
        Salaries & Wages                     10,976      10,496       10,403     12,000     28,329     29,792
        Benefits                              1,786       1,657        1,618      1,443
        Supplies                                          1,347          918      1,500       500        500
        Professional Services                                                    95,000     9s,000     95,000
        Building Maintenance Fees             5,855       6,045        6,199      6,526      9,494      9,494
        Administrative Cost Allocation        3,375       3,476        3,623      3,83s      8,610      8,832
        Other Services & Charges             98,877  98,337 144,959 172,030 259,655                   259,655
TOTAL yEIERAN'S      RELIEF                 120,869 121,358 167,720 292,334 401,588                   403,273
Percent Change from Previous Year            13.0o/o  0.4Yo 38.2o/o 74.3% 37.4%                          O.4o/o




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Veteran's Relief Program Summary
                                                                            Budget       Budget     Budget
                                 Actual 2007 Actual            Actual
                                                                             2010         2011       2012
OPERATIONS
    GENERAL FUND
    114 Veterans Relief             120,868 121,358               167,720   292,334      401,588
TOTAL YEIERAN'S RELIEF              120,868     121,358           167,720   292,334      401,588
            from Previous Year        13.0o/o         O.4o/o        38.2%      74.3o/o      37.4%




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Veteran's Relief Funding Sources




                                   *Fund Balance
                                                 is not included in the ehart.




     Property Tax
       95.19%




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Veteran's Relief Revenue Summary

                                    Actual                                            Budget     Budget
                                              Actual    Actual
                                                                                       2011       2012
GENERAL FUND
114 Veterans Relief
        Taxes                          229,235 252,285       272,121      265,834     297,586    306,303
        lntergovernmental Revenue         204    11               16
        Miscellaneous                   20,015 22,062         16,152          120        9,310     12,025
        Other Financing Sources          1,590 8,501           3,947        5,127        2,500      2,500
TOTAL yETERAN'S    RELIEF              251,044 282,859 292,236 271,081 309,396                   320,828
Percent Change from Previous Year        22.5o/o   12.7o/o       3.3o/o     -7.2o/o      14.1%       3.7o/o




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