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					    Benton County
Adopted Biennium Budget
       2005-2007
                    Beginning July 1, 2005
                    Ending June 30, 2007

       Including Service District Adopted Budgets for

             Library Services 2005-07 Biennium
              North Albany 2005-07 Biennium

               Cascade View 2005-06 Annual
                South Third 2005-06 Annual
                  Alpine 2005-06 Annual
                   Alsea 2005-06 Annual

                  Board of Commissioners

                 Annabelle Jaramillo, Chair
                  Jay Dixon, Commissioner
                Linda Modrell, Commissioner

         Citizen Members of the Budget Committee

          David Dowrie, Chair of Budget Committee
                        Judy Corwin
                         Lynn Egli

                              Staff

                Pat Cochran, Budget Manager
          Leroy Fenn, Budget & Accounting Analyst

   This document and other information about Benton County
               may be viewed on the internet

                     www.co.benton.or.us




              Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                                                                                             Table of Contents
Commissioners’ Message · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 2                          Primary Care Services                                                                          111
Budget Officer's Message· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 4                         Medical Services: Family Planning                                                              113
Budget Process & Biennium Budgeting · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 10                                      Dental Services                                                                                114
                                                                                                            Mental Health / Substance Abuse Services                                                       115
Benton County History & Organization· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 12
                                                                                                            Pharmacy Services                                                                              116
Appropriation Resolution · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 14                           Maternal Child Health Services                                                                 117
Financial Summaries · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 20                        Health Promotion and Education Services                                                        118
  All Funds Financial Summary                                                                        21     WIC Services                                                                                   120
  Budget Summary by Fund                                                                             22     Trust Accounts                                                                                 121
  Schedule of Transfers & Loans                                                                      32
  Budget & FTE Distribution by Fund                                                                  33   Juvenile · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 122
                                                                                                            High Risk/Offender Services                                                                    125
Administrative Services · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 34                        Intensive Supervision                                                                          127
 Property Tax Collection                                                                            37      Juvenile Accountability                                                                        128
 Records and Filings                                                                                38      Youth & Family Outreach                                                                        129
 Elections                                                                                          39
 Geographical Information Systems                                                                   40    Law Enforcement · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 130
 PEG Telecommunications                                                                             41     Support Services                                                                                133
 Commission on Children and Families                                                                42     Criminal Division                                                                               134
 PERS Pension Bonds                                                                                 43     Parole & Probation                                                                              135
 Major Technology Projects                                                                          44     Courthouse Security                                                                             136
 Accounting/Insurance                                                                               45     Corrections                                                                                     137
 Human Resources Administration                                                                     46     Emergency Services                                                                              139
 Budget Management                                                                                  47     Transition Officer                                                                              140
 Information Resource Management                                                                    48     Jail Space Rental                                                                               141
 Department Administration                                                                          49     General Capital Improvements                                                                    142
 Photocopy and Mailing Services                                                                     50    Natural Areas and Parks · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 144
 Telecommunications & DP Equipment                                                                  51     Corrections Work Crew                                                                           147
 DP Hosting Services                                                                                52     Parks Operations                                                                                148
 Property Sales & Maintenance                                                                       53     Cemetery Operations                                                                             150
 Employee Benefit Trust Fund                                                                        54     Capital Improvement Program                                                                     151
                                                                                                           Enterprise Operations                                                                           152
Assessment · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 56
                                                                                                           Trust Programs                                                                                  153
Board of Commissioners · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 60
 Board of Commissioners                                                                             63    Public Works · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 154
 County Counsel                                                                                     65     Department Administration                                                                       157
 Law Library                                                                                        66     Engineering Services                                                                            158
                                                                                                           Road Maintenance                                                                                159
Community Development· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 68                            Capital Projects                                                                                160
 Development Administration                                                                          71
                                                                                                           Land Corner Preservation                                                                        161
 Building Regulations & Code Services                                                                72
                                                                                                           Special Transportation                                                                          162
District Attorney · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 74                 Road Improvement Fund                                                                           163
 Criminal Enforcement                                                                               77     Motor Pool                                                                                      164
 Victim Assistance Programs                                                                         79     Facilities                                                                                      165
 Child Support Enforcement                                                                          80     Rental Property Management                                                                      166
 Special Projects                                                                                   81
 Willamette Criminal Justice Council                                                                82    Non-Departmental · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 168
                                                                                                           General Fund Services                                                                           170
Fairgrounds · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 84               County School Fund                                                                              171
 Fairgrounds Operations                                                                             87     HUD Block Grant Fund                                                                            172
 Capital Improvement Program                                                                        88     PL 106-393 Title III Projects                                                                   173
Health · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 90          Building Development Reserve                                                                    174
 Health Management Services                                                                          95    Trust Fund                                                                                      175
 Public Health Services (History)                                                                    97   Library Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 176
 Communicable Diseases                                                                               98
                                                                                                          Alpine Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 178
 School Based Nursing                                                                                99
 Environmental Health Services                                                                      100   Alsea Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 182
 Adult Mental Health Services                                                                       102   Cascade View Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 190
 Child Mental Health Services                                                                       104   South Third Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 194
 Developmental Disabilities Programs                                                                105   North Albany Service District · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 200
 Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment                                                                   106   Appendix · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 202
 Subcontract Division                                                                               107    Personnel Tables                                                                            203
 Oregon Health Plan Fund                                                                            108    Glossary                                                                                    208
 General Capital Improvements                                                                       109
 BCHC Fund Administration                                                                           110




                                                                               Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                      Commissioners’ Message
     Dear Reader:

      Benton County is an inspiring place to live, work and play, and Benton County Government is doing everything it can to make it even
better.

      You may not realize it, but you are impacted by your County government every day - You drive on hundreds of miles of safe county
roads, eat without fear in local restaurants, swim in clean public pools, drink safe water, are protected from disease outbreaks and crime,
register your property, births, and other documents, vote, get your pet licensed, live in a properly constructed home, work at a job with
sustainable family wages, enjoy hundreds of acres of open spaces and parks, or attend local community events such as the County fair. You
may not always know it, but you probably encounter Benton County at work on your behalf several times a day.

      And talk about getting value for your money. There are 370 employees doing all the above services and more - for about 18 cents from
each property tax dollar! The rest of your tax dollar goes to other taxing districts such as schools, cities, ambulance service, libraries, and
fire protection.

      Always breaking new ground, Benton County was the first Oregon County to pass a biennial budget in 2005. The $158,241,418
million budget runs from July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2007. Getting it done quickly saved time and staff resources. It's a more efficient
way to develop the budget, gain program continuity, and plan ahead. And for the fifteenth year in a row, Benton County Finance won the
Government Financial Officers Association Award "Excellence in Financial Reporting." The award is given to County governments for
making budget information consumer friendly.

     As we look ahead to the coming year, we are focusing on strategies to continue improving our local quality of life:

     Benton County is pursuing a countywide habitat conservation planning effort (Benton Solutions), the Cardwell Hill Restoration
Effort; and is developing the Beazell Memorial Education Center, funded through the federal Secure Rural Schools and Community
Self-Determination Act. Renewal of this very Act is moving to the front burner because it sunsets after September 2006. It funds our
schools, our roads, public safety, health and other critical citizen services, forests and other habitat. Of all land in Benton County, 16 percent
is non-taxable federal forest land. This Act helps sustain our community by offsetting the absence of taxes on federal land.

      Public safety is a top concern and a key indicator of livability. Your Adult Correction Programs are funded with a local option tax levy
that was renewed in September 2003 and will expire in tax year 2008. The levy pays for rental of jail space in other county jails and for an
offender transition program.

      Affordable health care for everyone took a strong step forward when Benton County received the funding and go-ahead to create
Federally Qualified Health Centers at three sites in Benton County: Corvallis, Lincoln School and Monroe. Last year alone, the Lincoln
School and Monroe sites served 1,570 people with affordable health care. A key objective for 2005-07 is to make eligible clients aware of
this service, which in turn will help the clinic provide services to populations that are not covered by insurance or federal or state insurance
programs. When the two newest clinics go to full capacity, the goal is to provide service to 3,000 or more people.

    What do you, as a resident, think is important? Let's move forward together. We welcome your phone calls, letters, and e-mails.
Together, we will fulfill our mission of “Making Benton County a better place to live.”

     Information about the county and service district budgets can be obtained by calling the Benton County Budget Office at 766-6257.
The public may also view Budget Documents at http://www.co.benton.or.us/finance/Budinfo0507.php.

     Sincerely,

     Annabelle Jaramillo, Chair

     Linda Modrell

     Jay Dixon

     ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

     Benton County Board of Commissioners, 408 SW Monroe Ave., Suite 111, Corvallis, OR 97333, www.co.benton.or.us




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                                                      Budget Officer's Message
      This adopted budget brings a significant change to Benton County government, its first biennial (two-year) budget1. This is a
significant step which began two-years ago in February of 2003 when the Board of Commissioners approved a motion setting the county on
the path toward adoption of a two-year budget. The last two annual budgets were constructed as a quasi two-year budget in a process that
provided the organization and the Budget Committee with some practical experience in multi-year budget decision-making.

     The move to biennial budgeting is expected to produce these benefits:

  • Increase program and service stability over a longer period of time.
  • Reduce time spent on annual budgeting allowing an increased focus on program management and operation.
  • Match the county budget period to the state biennium budget period allowing for smoother integration and adjustment to state
    funding levels, which provides over 45% of the county’s operating budget.
  • Use time in the “off” budget year to focus on long-term fiscal and program strategy.

      Planning for this first official biennium budget began in mid-2004 with the creation of a discussion document that proposed policy and
system changes. After several months of review by the Board and the Management Team, the final document became part of the road map
for the budget process.

      In late November 2004, the Budget Committee met in a work session and adopted budget parameters and biennium general revenue
allocation targets for all departments and service areas. Departments prepared budget plans based on these targets. The Budget Committee
held another work session in February 2005 to review those plans. General Revenue allocations (often referred to by the acronym CURF -
County UnRestricted Funds) were further modified during the formal Budget Committee meetings in May of 2005. The budget approved
by the Budget Committee on June 2, 2005 was only slightly modified by the Board of Commissioners when they formally adopted
(appropriated) the budget on June 21, 2005.

General Biennium Budget Strategy:
     The elements of the overall biennium budget strategy are:

  • Attempt to maintain staffing and services at the same level as the prior fiscal year (FY 2004-05).
  • Avoid significant “backfill” of state program revenue by local dollars. (The term backfill is used to describe what happens when
    the state cuts, reduces, or does not increase support to match cost increases. If the county desires to maintain the program,
    decreased state funding must be backfilled with local dollars.)
  • Draw down General Fund reserves to maintain programs at or near current levels.
  • Continue to evaluate whether to ask voters for a new local option levy, particularly as the fiscal situation for the next biennium
    (2007-09) becomes clearer.2 If the decision is made to pursue a levy to support the 2007-09 biennium, it will be targeted for the
    November 2006 general election ballot.
                                                                                    General Fund - General Revenue Estimates & Sources
     General Revenues:
                                                                                                                                    2005-07       % of
     One of the keys to county budget decision making is the allocation of
general revenues (CURF). General revenue is income that can be used for                                                           Biennium        Total
any purpose. It is the most flexible resource available. Three sources               Property Taxes                              23,759,486       70%
comprise 93% of general revenue; property taxes (70%), Oregon &                      Oregon & Calif. Forest Lands                 5,448,165       16%
California (O&C) Forest Land payments (16%) and landfill franchise                   Landfill Surcharge                           2,500,000        7%
surcharge (7%). Other sources include state shared revenues from forests,            State Shared Taxes                             744,823        2%
liquor and cigarettes.
                                                                                     State Forest Revenues                          500,000        1%
      In the biennium finance plan, general revenues will be augmented by a          General Fund Interest Earnings                 440,000        1%
significant draw down of general fund reserves of about $2.4 million. This           Electric Cooperative in-Lieu                   250,000        1%
will keep county services at or near current staffing levels through the             Cable Franchise                                180,000        1%
biennium.                                                                            Fines                                          153,400        0%
                                                                                     Miscellaneous                                   55,410        0%
                                                                                     Total Current General Revenues              34,031,284



 1   The 2001 legislature amended Oregon Local Budget Law to allow local governments the option of adopting a biennial, rather than the traditional
     one-year or annual budget. Benton County is the first Oregon County to adopt a biennial budget. There are at least three cities and two special
     districts known to have or are in the process of adopting a biennial budget since 2003.

 2   Voters approved a five-year $0.35/1000 local option tax levy in 1998. It expired in 2003. Voters turned down a request in 2003 to renew the levy at
     $0.42/1000. After some program adjustments and improved tax and franchise collections the decision was made not to attempt another renewal for
     FY04-05, or to support the 2005-07 biennium budget.



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      A second key component of the biennium financial plan is the setting of a General Fund ending balance goal of $3.5 million. Analysis
conducted as part of the biennium budget plan indicated this is the minimum amount of cash flow (working capital) necessary in the General
Fund on an annual basis. This amount is allocated between the general fund contingency ($1.5 million) and unappropriated balance ($2
million).

     Added to the amount allocated to contingency is $455,000 for possible                             Unrestricted General Fund Balance                                            6,386,000
costs of crime investigation and prosecution. At the close of FY2004-05 the
county faced the highly unusual situation of having several open and potentially
expensive homicide cases. At the urging of the District Attorney, the Budget                           Ending Fund Balance                                                          3,955,000
Committee added this amount to the contingency. The Board of Commissioners
must approve all transfers from contingency.                                                           Applied to Operating Expenditures                                            2,431,000

Revenue Assumptions:
     Property tax revenues are forecast to increase 3.5% annually over the biennium. There will be minimal loss to tax rate compression.
Tax year 2004 was a good year for value growth, primarily because of work done to equalize and update land values. The majority of tax
income growth will be the result of the 3% annual growth limit on taxable value, not from new construction.

      The Oregon & California Forest Land payment
(O&C) is the result of federal legislation that essentially
guarantees county governments with O&C lands an annual
fixed payment. The authorization for the current law expires                                           Current Resources - 2005-07 Biennium
                                                                                                                   Current Resources = $139,213,739
at the end of the 2005-07 biennium. Efforts to renew the
legislation have begun, but, for now, budget forecasts for
the 2007-09 biennium assume payments will revert to old                                                                 Operating
law (share of actual harvest value). Actual harvest values                                                         Grants/Contributions
                                                                                                                           41%
have been a small fraction of historical receipts. Without
re-authorization 2007-09 biennium general revenues will                                                                                                             Capital
be reduced by about $4.5 million dollars.                                                                                                                    Grants/Contributions
                                                                                                                                                                     3%
                                                                                                                                                              Internal Fund Transfers
      The third largest source of general revenue is the                                                                                                                2%
landfill franchise surcharge. This source has grown rapidly                                                                                                   Loans
over the last few years on the basis of tonnage increase, but                                                                                                  0%
monthly tonnage received appears to be stabilizing. The
revenue assumption for the biennium assumes revenue
gains based on the annual contract inflation (CPI)
adjustment, rather than tonnage growth.                                                      Charges for Service
                                                                                                                                                      General Revenues
                                                                                                    30%
                                                                                                                                                            24%
       Overall, charges for services will grow, but the
increase is mostly associated with the start up of the health
clinics. Operating revenues from land-based fees such as
title recordings will flatten or decline as mortgage interest
rates increase. This will affect resources dedicated to GIS
and the land corner preservation fund over time. It also
affects indirectly revenue for operation of the property tax
system (see Assessment Department discussion).

     Most state program funding support and shared revenues are expected to increase little because of the state’s overall fiscal situation.
                                                                               At the time this budget was adopted, the legislature was
                                                                               still in session and had not reached agreement on major
                                                                               funding issues. However, there does not appear to be any
                              Operating Budget                                 legislative proposals on the table that would materially
                            Operating Budget = $146,668,307                    reduce income assumptions.

                                           Personnel Services
                                                                                                    Cost Drivers:
                                                 40%

        Distribution to Other Agencies
                                                                                                          The cost of public employee retirement (PERS)
                      2%                                                                            and health insurance continue as the main drivers of
            Debt Principal & Interest                                                               operating costs, far surpassing any other factors such as
                      2%                                                                            salary increases, utilities or fuel. To put the growth of
                              Loans                                                                 these costs in perspective the anticipated increases of
                               0%
                                                                                                    health insurance and PERS account for ~10% of cost
             Internal Fund Transfers
                       2%                                                                           growth.
                          Capital Outlay
                               6%                                                                         In 2003, the legislature adopted a series of PERS
                                                                                                    reforms in an attempt to slow the rate of growth in
                                                                                                    employer cost and eventually reduce employer costs. At
                                                                                                    the time, even with reforms in place, an increase in
                                                            Materials & Services
                                                                                                    employer rate was predicted for 2005 because of
                                                                    48%                             demographic and earnings factors. Budget projections
                                                                                                    assumed the rate increase would be 5% of salary. The
                                                                                                    actuarially determined rate increase, released in
                                                                                                    February of 2005, called for an average increase of over


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9%. The PERS board elected to defer about half of that increase until 2007. As a result overall county employer costs of PERS will increase
by 4.33% of salary. While within budget assumptions, it adds about $1.5 million in costs for personnel over the biennium.

     The 2003 PERS reforms were challenged in court. In March, the Oregon Supreme Court largely upheld reforms, but did overturn two
reform elements. Early estimates are that this will add an additional 2% of salary to average employer costs in 2007.

     Health insurance, because its costs change annually, is overtaking PERS as the largest cost item of employee benefits. The budget
assumption was for a 15% annual increase in rates for current plans. The initial provider proposal was a rate increase of 22%. After
intensive efforts and negotiation, including solicitation of new provider bids, the final increase was limited to 4.5%.

     The budget assumes salary schedule adjustments of 2.5% each year of the biennium, except for the deputy sheriff’s unit which has a
contract specifying 2.5 and 3% respectively. However, at the time the budget was adopted, the county was still in contract negotiations with
the AFSCME (general employees) and ONA (nurses) groups. A decision about non-represented positions was also pending.

     Looking Toward the Following Biennium:

      Taking the long view, the compounding of PERS and health insurance cost increases, combined with very moderate revenue growth
and the possibility that current law affecting O&C forest payments may not be re-authorized, is a recipe for a very pessimistic fiscal outlook
for the 2007-09 biennium. The six-year (three biennium) financial trend forecast indicates a worst case potential of exhausted reserves and a
$10 million dollar shortfall of resources to maintain current services in the 2007-09 biennium.

      If the O&C law is re-authorized, the 2007-09 biennium shortfall is reduced by nearly half. That would materially affect strategy and
size of any potential levy.

Department Summaries:                                                                                              2005-07 Biennium Adopted


      The table to the right shows the distribution of                                                          General      General      Gen Rev
general revenues to the General Fund operating budget                                                            Fund        Revenue       % of
(net of reserves, contingency and unappropriated                             Departments / S ervices            Budget       S upport     Budget
balance). It also indicates the relative dependence of               Community Development                       1,995,275      871,600      44%
each area on general revenues. General revenues                      Assessment                                  3,598,194    2,552,530      71%
transferred to other funds are included in category of               District Attorney                           3,530,400    2,660,400      75%
“Internal Fund Transfers” in those fund budgets listed in            Juvenile                                    3,667,824    3,133,397      85%
the financial summaries. A complete list of internal fund            Law Enforcement                            17,280,271   13,064,628      76%
transfers is at the end of the Financial Summary section.            Health
                                                                          Transfer to Health Center (1)          1,044,000    1,044,000     100%
                                                                          Public, Environmental, M ental Hlth   12,535,950    4,886,800      39%
     The footnote (1) mark with the Transfer to Health                    Sub-contracts & Agency Support        20,369,588       80,200       0%
Center line requires a special explanation. Look under               Natural Areas & Parks                       1,476,905    1,191,400      81%
the Health heading on the following page.                            Administrative Services
                                                                       Tax Collection, Records & Elections       2,392,774      922,297      39%
     Community Development:                                            Transfer to M gt Services Fund              487,758      487,758     100%
                                                                       Geo Info Services / PEG Cable             1,050,000           -        0%
     The budget adds a professional planning position                  Commission on Children & Families         1,122,644       78,000       7%
through transfer of some extra-hire dollars, a voluntary             Board of Commissioners/Counsel              2,233,279    2,132,279      95%
reduction in work hours of one staff position (.20 FTE),
and reducing outlays for professional services. The                  Agency Support / Non-Department Services
processing of Measure 37 claims and the desire to                      Veterans Services Contract                 227,696      147,696       65%
continue to address long-range planning were the                       M isc Services and Agency Contributions  1,037,289      909,889       88%
reasons for adding the position. Fee income is expected                Dedicated Programs / Pass-through Grts   1,340,000           -         0%
to cover all of the cost of the building inspection                    Benton County / OSU Extension              475,500      475,500      100%
program.                                                               Historical M useum                         596,300      596,300      100%
                                                                       Transfers to Other Funds
     Assessment:                                                         To Fair Fund
                                                                            General Operations Support            189,000      149,000        79%
      One FTE property appraiser position is eliminated                     Fair Coordinator (Biennium Only)        47,600
                                                                                                                   47,600   100%
through attrition. The department believes increases in                     Grounds M aintenance Plan Support      250,000
                                                                                                                  250,000   100%
knowledge and skill using the four-year old assessment                   To Capital Improvements                   722,200
                                                                                                                  722,200   100%
and tax software will allow the reduction. Budget targets            Total General Fund Operating Budget        36,403,474
                                                                                                               77,670,447    47%
would have required the elimination of one additional
appraiser and a clerical position. The Board of Commissioners restored these two positions prior to filing the annual Assessment and Tax
(A&T) program budget with the Oregon Department of Revenue.

     The A&T program budget is an annual filing. The Budget Committee and Board of Commissioners indicated staffing levels will be
reviewed again in the spring of 2006 prior to the next program budget filing date of May 1.

      The state A&T program provides 25-30% of local costs of property valuation, tax collection and processing property value appeals.
However, funding available is significantly dependent on the volume of property title records filed in with the county clerk. There has been
a decline in volume. Funding is expected to decline over the biennium. This assumption is built into the state grant revenue estimate for
biennium. This revenue adjustment was made as part of the Board of Commissioners review of the state A&T grant documents prior to its
filing. It also caused a boost in the department general revenue allocation.




                                                 Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                                6
     District Attorney:

     The adopted budget continues existing staff and services. At the urging of the DA, the county budget does contain a larger
contingency account than planned because of the possibility of several expensive homicide cases (See earlier comments). If these funds are
necessary, the DA will have to request Board of Commissioner approval for transfers from the contingency. If no contingency transfers are
required, the funds will be available to the next biennium.

     Juvenile:

     State support is assumed to be flat over the next six years. Under that scenario, the county will be picking up all program cost
increases. A contract with the Oregon Department of Transportation for a juvenile work crew to do roadside litter clean up will result in
new income, and an increase in extra-hire FTE to account for paid crew participants.

      Referrals to the department are declining somewhat. Regular hire FTE will be reduced by attrition to eliminate 1.00 FTE outreach
worker and the .50 FTE restitution coordinator by the end of the biennium. Total juvenile counselor FTE will increase slightly due to
internal staffing adjustments. The retired Juvenile Director will continue to work half time, and while the position is carried as 1.00 FTE, it
is budgeted at the actual contract (part-time) cost. Payment to Linn County for guaranteed access to five juvenile detention beds at the Oak
Creek facility will continue.

     Law Enforcement:

     Staffing in patrol and emergency services will remain the same as the current year. The budget continues a limited restoration of parole
and probation services begun in the current year with the opening of the New Beginnings Treatment Center, a joint operation with the
county’s mental health division.

      Elimination of one administrative position, and other budget adjustments will fund a Street Crimes Unit of two officers beginning in
the second half of the biennium. The unit will focus on crimes that are motivated by drug abuse/addiction and related criminal activities.

      Corrections will have a small increase in extra-hire staffing for jail operations. The budget will continue funding of a mid-year
(FY04-05) decision to provide general fund support for courthouse security as recommended by the Courthouse Security Committee.
Staffing is two full-time positions to replace temporary hire of reserve deputies. One position is paid from the dedicated court security fund.
The other is a general fund position.

     The biennium budget includes the second and third years of the five-year local option levy dedicated to rental of jail space from other
counties. Voters renewed the levy in September of 2003. Levy authorization expires at the end of the 2007-09 biennium.

     Health:

      The budget assumes continued expansion of the new
Benton County Health Center to include a second physician
and support staff. The primary care clinic operation began in                    Health Center Revenues (Fund 521) - 2005-07 Biennium
the fall of 2004 as the result of a federal grant and designation                                         Estimated Revenues - $11,011,296
as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). In late
summer the clinics in Monroe and Lincoln School in South
                                                                                              State/Federal Mix
Corvallis are expected to move into new modular buildings                                            14%
                                                                                                                                        General Fund Support
                                                                                                                                                17%
paid for by a combination of federal and private foundation
grants.
                                                                                   State Resources
                                                                                         6%
     Staffing levels will increase because of clinic operations
and expansion of mental health programs. In mental health,                                                                                             Federal Direct
                                                                                                                                                           12%
new contract funds from county parole and probation will
support staff providing alcohol and drug treatment.

      There have been and will continue to be significant                          Medicaid/Medicare
operational and financial challenges at both the department                              31%
                                                                                                                                             Local Charges
and central administrative levels to fully reach the vision of                                                                                   20%
the clinic operation. To solve a cashflow problem at the end
of the FY04-05 in the Benton County Health Center Fund
(BCHC), about half of the general fund support planned for
the 2005-07 biennium was advanced in June in FY2004-05.
The 2005-07 biennium budget of the general fund was
adjusted to reduce both beginning balance estimates and the
amount of transfer to the BCHC.

      The advance of a portion of the 2005-07 biennium allocation at the end of FY04-05 was one element of a short-term plan to ensure
adequate cash flow into 2006. The second plan element was immediate transfer of the entire remaining 2005-07 general fund allocation to
the BCHC fund at the beginning of the biennium, instead of periodic transfers over two-years.. Cash flow problems are the result of
unanticipated delays in billing and payments from some, but not all, government program sources. A second significant factor is an initial
client mix heavily weight toward self-pay (not covered by private or governmental health plans or programs). The self-pay category
includes free or reduced cost services based on ability to pay. The clinic, through the federal grant subsidy, is obligated to serve those
individuals, but the finance plan was based on a higher ratio of covered to self-pay. It will be a major challenge early in the biennium to
improve the payer mix and improve the speed of billing and collection processes. (The pie chart of estimate health clinic fund revenues
shows the planned allocation of general fund support, prior to the FY04-05 advance of general fund support).

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     Natural Areas & Parks:

     It is assumed the current retired department director will continue to work on a part-time employment contract through the biennium.
This assumption allowed the department to maintain current operations within the general revenue target. Extra-hire staffing will be
expanded too, mostly with project dollars coming from the enterprise and trust funds. As with Juvenile, the director position is carried in the
FTE count as a full-time position (1.00 FTE).

     Public Works:

     Operating income into the Road Fund will be flat                                  Road Fund Current Revenues - 2005-07 Biennium
over the biennium. There will be a number of capital
                                                                                                       Current Revenue = $13,092,555
projects, but these are mostly funded with grants and
federal highway revenues. (For a complete list of these
projects see the capital improvement plan.) Flat                                                    All Other
program income primarily affects the ability to perform                                               13%
timely pavement maintenance (overlays). The                                        General Fund
department plans to maintain the current level of                                      1%

pavement maintenance in the first half of the biennium.                      Forest Related
Pavement maintenance levels in the second half of the                            10%
biennium will depend significantly on cash flow within
the Road Fund.                                                                                                                         State Highway Revenue
                                                                                                                                                51%
     The Budget Committee approved an increase in
contribution to the Road Fund from landfill surcharge
receipts, and general fund resources will provide match
dollars for several capital projects. (See capital                         Capital Project Grants
improvement plan.)                                                                  25%


       Space rental charges to county departments will
increase approximately 3% each year of the biennium.
This will fund increased costs of maintenance and
utilities as well as maintain the facilities maintenance
program projected in the capital improvement plan.

     Administrative Services:

     In the spring of 2004, Administrative Services was separated from the Board of Commissioners. The department provides all central
organization services of finance, budget, human resources and technology systems as well as records and election and the Commission on
Children and Families. The budget supports a significant reorganization of the Information Resource Management division that provides
technology services. The County Information Officer position is replaced by two management positions, one to supervise personal
computer support and network operations, the other will oversee business application support and programming. A support position will be
added and several position vacancies will be filled at different skill sets than the former incumbents. The goal of the reorganization is to
improve internal service delivery and response by providing more focus and definition to staff roles. All of the changes will result in about a
2 FTE increase funded mostly within the same overall budget level as before.

     The Budget Committee extended general revenues to the Commission on Children and Families as a match to renewal of a federal
drug free communities grant. If renewal is not successful, general revenue support will be withdrawn.

     Board of Commissioners:

      The budget mostly continues current levels of board support staff and county counsel. The exception is an unfilled position created
last year as a result of the creation of the Administrative Services Department. The position, provisionally titled Policy Advisor, is funded at
a half-time level in the biennium budget, down from full-time level in FY04-05.

     Conclusion:

      Historically, the county has used a multi-year view in developing its annual budget. It’s focus on future planning has made the
transition to development of a formal two-year budget very smooth and widely accepted throughout the organization. In many ways, this
process was a simple extension of what we have always done. As the organization moves into its first formal biennium, the management
challenge will shift to providing the reporting tools and mechanisms to actively manage resources and services within the longer
appropriation period.

     The second, and more significant management challenge, is planning ahead for the 2007-09 biennium.


Pat Cochran
Budget Manager




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      Budget Process & Biennium Budgeting
     This budget document describes the county’s first ever biennial budget. As required by law (ORS Chapter 294) the Board of
Commissioners approved a resolution in December 2004 directing that the budget be prepared on a biennial basis. The Board of
Commissioners acting as the Governing Body also adopted resolutions in January 2005 directing that budgets of the Benton County Library
Services County Service District and the North Albany County Service District be prepared on a biennial basis, too.

      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, the biennial budget is shown in total along with the prior annual budget and actual results
of the two prior annual fiscal years.

Legal Requirements:
      The budget must be prepared and discussed before the public in the manner described in ORS Chapter 294. The Governing Body (in
this case the Board of Commissioners) must designate a Budget Officer. The Budget Officer is responsible for preparation of budget details
and presentation to the Budget Committee.

     The Budget Committee is composed of the members of the Governing Body, and an equal number of citizens appointed by the
Governing Body. Citizen members are appointed to staggered three-year terms. With adoption of a biennial budget, Oregon budget law
requires citizen members be appointed to staggered four-year terms. Appointment to four-year terms will occur as current incumbent terms
expire.

      All sessions of the Budget Committee are open to the public. During review of the budget at least one meeting must include advertised
time to receive public comment. After one or more meetings the Budget Committee must approve a budget and set the maximum tax rate for
each year of the biennium. The county charter also requires the citizen members of the Budget Committee set the salary of the Board of
Commissioners. Under committee bylaws this is to be considered during the budget review period.

    Following review and approval by the committee, a summary of the budget is advertised. The Board of Commissioners then holds a
formal public hearing. After the hearing, the board may adopt the budget, or within certain limits, make changes to the one approved by the
budget committee. In no case may the Board increase property tax rates above that set by the committee.

Local Process:
      In November 2004, the Board of Commissioners, in consultation with the Budget Committee, established department general revenue
targets and other parameters for preparation of the first biennial budget. These targets were based on the forecast of unrestricted general
revenue and beginning balance in the General Fund for the biennium.

      Departments then prepared a proposed budget within the general revenue targets. Departments had the option to submit requests for
additional general revenues through submission of Budget Packages. These budget packages were considered by the Budget Committee
when they reviewed the budgets proposed within the general revenue targets.

      A separate committee, established by county financial policies, develops and evaluates capital improvement project proposals. The
result of this evaluation is a recommended six-year capital improvement plan. The first two-years of the plan include the recommended
prioritization of projects requesting general revenue support. Recommendations of the committee were accepted by the Budget Committee
and incorporated in to the adopted budget. (The complete capital improvement plan is published as a separate document).




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     Benton County History & Organization
      Benton County was established in 1847. In 1972, voters approved a home rule charter that established the organization much as it is
today. The county is governed by a three-member Board of Commissioners. Commissioners serve full time and are elected at large to a
four-year term. The board has executive, legislative and quasi-judicial authority granted by state law and the charter. They are responsible
for setting organization policy, selecting non-elected department heads, enacting ordinances, and adopting the budget.

      In addition, the Board is designated by law as the Governing Body of six County Service Districts. Each service district is a separate
legal entity. Each is established to provide specific services as approved by its voters or the Board of Commissioners depending on the
method of creation. Various county departments provide administrative and management services for these districts. The adopted budgets
of these districts are included in this document for convenience.

     Estimated county population on July 1, 2004, was 81,750. The county seat is located in Corvallis (52,590). Other incorporated cities
are Philomath (4,340), Adair (870), Monroe (610) and a portion of Albany (6,215), the rest of which is in Linn County (37,815).

      There are two elected department heads. The Sheriff heads the Department of Law Enforcement. The position of District Attorney is
established by the state constitution and legislative action and is head of the District Attorney Department. Both are non-partisan positions
elected to a four-year term. In November 2003, county voters amended the Charter to convert the Assessor from an elected position to a
position appointed by the Board of Commissioners.




                                                                    Benton County, Oregon
                                                                              Functional Organization Chart


                                                                                           Voters


                           Fair Board
                                                                                            Board of                                                    Advisory
                           Extension                                                          Board of
                                                                                         Commissioners 2                                               Committees
                        Outside Agencies                                                  Commissioners 2



                                                          County Counsel




   Sheriff 5 (Law       District Attorney                                                    Natural Areas &                                                        Community            Administrative
                                                  Assessment               Juvenile                                      Health             Public Works
     Sheriff 5 (Law
   Enforcement)                  4
                          District Attorney                                                      Parks                                                             Development             Services
                                  4
     Enforcement)
                                                                                                                      Public Health
   Administration       Adult & Juvenile       Property Appraisal      Counseling &          Park Operation &         Environmental          PW Admin.                Planning                Budget
        Patrol            Prosecution                                   Supervision            Maintenance                Health          Road Maintenance       Building Inspection      Commission on
    Investigation       Child Protection                                 Diversion           Corrections Work         Mental Health         Engineering &                               Children & Families
      Records              Litigation                                  Youth Outreach              Crew               Sub-contracts             Surveyor                                     Elections
        Civil            Child Support                                                                               Business/Support         Motor Pool                                      Finance
     Corrections         Enforcement                                                                                  Or. Hlth. Plan      Facilities & Service                           Human Resources
 Parole & Probation                                                                                                 Benton Community         District Mgt.                             Information Resource
 Emergency Services                                                                                                   Health Center                                                            Mgt.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Records & Licensing




                                           Notes:
                                           1
            Elected Official                 Functional reflects the flow of decisions concerning adoption of ordinances, and finance, personnel and budget matters.
                                           2
              Elected Official               Board of Commissioners are partisan positions
                                           4
                                             District Attorney position is a state constitutional non-partisan office
                                           5
                                             Sheriff is non-partisan office




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Appropriation Resolution




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                                                                Financial Summaries
     This section contains a financial summary of each fund in the budget, a schedule of inter-fund transfers and several matrices showing
the distribution of the budget and personnel among the various funds. The revenue and expense categories used in this section, and
throughout the entire document, are defined below.

Revenue categories are:
     General Revenues: Includes current revenues that can be used for any purpose. This category is used only in the general fund because
by definition revenues in any other fund are dedicated to the purpose of that fund.

     Charges for Service: Includes any revenue earned on a transactional basis such as licenses, permits, fees for services and internal
service charges for items such as photocopying, motor pool or space rental.

     Operating Grants/Contributions: Includes any revenue that is dedicated by law, contract, policy, ordinance or grant to specific
operating purposes.

     Capital Grants/Contributions: Includes any revenue received that is specifically and 100% dedicated to support for capital
improvements. (If not exclusively for capital projects, the revenue would be reported under Operating Grants/Contributions).

     Internal Fund Transfers: Transfer of resources from one fund to another on a non-transactional basis.

     Loans: Revenues from loans or repayment of loans. Loans can be internal (between funds) or external (sale of bonds, etc).

     Unrestricted Beginning Balance: General Fund unrestricted balance that can be used for any purpose.

     Dedicated Beginning Balance: In the General Fund, this means a balance that is dedicated to a specific purpose by contract, policy,
law or grant agreement. By definition a balance in any other fund is dedicated to the purpose of that fund.

     Capital Beginning Balance: Balances associated with a multi-year capital improvement project. This will normally only be found in
designated capital project funds.

Expenditure Categories are:
     Personnel Services: All salary and benefit costs of employees both regular, part-time and temporary.

     Materials & Services: All payments for goods or services, including internally provided services (motor pool, central or department
overhead, etc.).

     Capital Outlay: All cost of capital goods. Although departments may budget smaller amounts, only individual items costing $5,000
or more are reported as fixed assets in the annual audit.

     Other: Contingency: Funds reserved for emergency or unanticipated expense. Only one contingency account is allowed in a fund.
Use of contingency funds requires Board of Commissioner approval.

     Other: Reserve: Funds intended for use in a future year, but could be available in the current year for emergency or unanticipated
expenses. Use of these funds requires Board of Commissioner approval.

      Other: Internal Fund Transfers: Any transfer of resources from one fund to another. (Counterpart to the revenue internal fund
transfer category.)

     Other: Loans: Interfund or external loans. Interfund loans may be for cashflow or capital purposes. External loans are generally from
grant funds for specific purposes such as housing rehabilitation or to service districts for capital improvements or temporary operating
purposes.

     Other: Debt Principle: Principle payments on bonded debt or repayment of internal/external loans.

     Other: Debt Interest: Interest payments on bonded debt or repayment of internal/external loans.

     Other: Distribution to Other Agency: Resources collected by the county on behalf of another jurisdiction. For example, a state
surcharge on a building permit. These resources must be shown in the budget by law, as opposed to property tax collections on behalf of
taxing districts which are not required to be budgeted. The major example in the budget is the County School Fund.

     Other: Unappropriated Balance: A resource which is not appropriated (not available for expenditure) in the current budget. This
allocation is usually used to show funds reserved for cashflow purposes, or that are being held specifically for use in a future year. These
funds can not be appropriated (expended) in the current budget except in the case of severe disaster as described by Oregon Local Budget
Law.


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                                           All Funds Financial Summary


                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
Total Budget - All Funds                       Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                            16,607,042        17,773,158         15,668,146        15,727,871             34,031,284
Charges for Services                        13,584,045        12,762,668         13,318,709        17,827,355             40,249,372
Operating Grants/Contributions              26,286,803        26,261,760         28,292,598        28,132,738             56,179,591
Capital Grants/Contributions                   294,935         2,062,243          3,372,314         3,372,314              4,862,607
Internal Fund Transfers                      2,307,615         1,650,221          1,102,093         2,073,922              3,362,492
Loans                                          659,563         8,039,376            393,029           393,029                537,850
Total Current Revenue                       59,740,004        68,549,425         62,146,889        67,527,229            139,223,196

Unrestricted Beginning Bal                   3,301,182         4,883,806          6,800,000         6,800,000              6,386,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                      8,297,264         8,946,932          8,247,204         8,247,204             11,556,383
Capital Beginning Bal                          677,045           597,645            724,741           724,741              1,061,688
Total Beginning Balances                    12,275,490        14,428,383         15,771,945        15,771,945             19,004,071

Total Revenues                              72,015,494        82,977,808         77,918,834        83,299,174            158,227,267


Personnel Services                          22,860,963        22,591,081         25,561,589        26,113,600             58,610,246
Materials and Services                      27,635,091        27,580,345         32,082,686        35,220,300             70,473,925
Capital Outlay                               2,595,244         2,509,930          5,266,324         5,686,069              8,185,039
Other: Internal Fund Transfers               2,308,890         1,650,221          1,102,193         2,074,022              3,310,746
Other: Loans                                   509,262           463,360            431,723           431,723                372,840
Other: Debt Principle                           10,598         7,145,727             42,000            42,000                196,000
Other: Debt Interest                           642,819           637,108          1,053,995         1,114,220              2,110,500
Other: Distrib To Other Agency               1,014,493         1,325,227          1,682,800         1,682,800              3,409,011
Total Current Expenditures                  57,577,361        63,902,999         67,223,310        72,364,734            146,668,307

Other: Contingency                                -                  -            1,882,872         1,782,782              4,039,443
Other: Reserve                                  9,750                -            8,164,652         8,503,658              5,509,517
Other: Unappropriated Balance                     -                  -              648,000           648,000              2,010,000
Total                                           9,750                -           10,695,524        10,934,440             11,558,960

Total Expenditures                          57,587,111        63,902,999         77,918,834        83,299,174            158,227,267

Grand Total Surplus / Deficit:              14,428,383        19,074,810                 0                 0                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                    396.84            394.15             381.09            357.83                  375.61
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    n/a               n/a                n/a             24.47                   29.29
Total Full-Time Equivalents                     396.84            394.15             381.09             382.3                  404.90




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


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                                              Budget Summary by Fund
                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
General Fund                                    Actual            Actual          Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                             16,582,129        17,771,056        15,668,146          15,667,646            34,031,284
Charges for Services                          4,930,338         4,271,257         4,106,763           3,397,952             7,554,456
Operating Grants/Contributions               17,126,555        17,398,321        17,756,025          16,385,784            31,470,553
Internal Fund Transfers                          13,912           162,501            40,517              40,517                89,605
Loans                                           147,595           437,351            50,000              50,000                     0
Unrestricted Beginning Bal                    3,301,182         4,883,806         6,800,000           6,800,000             6,386,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                       1,583,669         1,545,428         1,342,783           1,342,783             2,093,549
Total Program Income                         43,685,380        46,469,720        45,764,234          43,684,682            81,625,447

Personnel Services                           16,702,208        16,273,007        18,503,097          15,343,146            33,769,423
Materials and Services                       18,382,930        18,531,092        20,388,884          20,036,154            39,875,668
Capital Outlay                                   72,393            47,616            69,725             209,569               195,007
Other: Contingency                                    0                 0           538,500             471,050             1,945,000
Other: Reserve                                        0                 0         4,546,959           4,935,865               781,920
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                2,038,016         1,460,558           966,569           1,938,398             2,911,418
Other: Loans                                     50,000           239,000            50,000              50,000                     0
Other: Debt Principle                            10,598                 0                 0                   0                     0
Other: Distrib To Other Agency                        0                 0            52,500              52,500               137,011
Other: Unappropriated Balance                         0                 0           648,000             648,000             2,010,000
Total Expenditures                           37,256,146        36,551,274        45,764,234          43,684,682            81,625,447

Sur/Def - 001 General Fund                    6,429,234         9,918,446                 0                  0                      0




                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
Road Fund                                      Actual             Actual          Adopted             Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                     0                993                 0                   0                     0
Charges for Services                         1,165,490            594,910           824,052             824,052             2,197,595
Operating Grants/Contributions               3,651,796          3,673,832         3,576,889           3,576,889             7,480,150
Capital Grants/Contributions                   161,257          1,448,854         1,847,180           1,847,180             3,223,800
Internal Fund Transfers                        154,871            178,800            73,500              73,500               190,000
Loans                                            6,948              7,301             7,274               7,274                 1,010
Dedicated Beginning Bal                      1,937,766          2,079,194         2,034,184           2,034,184             1,979,641
Total Program Income                         7,078,128          7,983,883         8,363,079           8,363,079            15,072,196

Personnel Services                           2,215,856          2,421,097         2,670,133           2,670,133             6,055,934
Materials and Services                       2,231,322          2,370,354         2,628,459           2,628,459             4,843,837
Capital Outlay                                 551,756          1,221,931         2,565,980           2,565,980             3,898,960
Other: Contingency                                   0                  0           236,549             236,549               180,000
Other: Reserve                                       0                  0           261,958             261,958                93,465
Total Expenditures                           4,998,934          6,013,381         8,363,079           8,363,079            15,072,196

Sur/Def - 102 Road                           2,079,194          1,970,502                0                   0                      0




        As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
   (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


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                                       Budget Summary by Fund (continued)

                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
School Fund                                       Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                  1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300            3,272,000
Total Program Income                            1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300            3,272,000

Other: Distrib To Other Agency                  1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300            3,272,000
Total Expenditures                              1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300            3,272,000

Sur/Def - 103 County School                            0                 0                 0                  0                     0




                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
Fair Fund                                         Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

Charges for Services                             515,103           535,551           594,616            594,616             1,377,707
Operating Grants/Contributions                    69,620            89,682            98,640             98,640               293,500
Capital Grants/Contributions                           0                 0                 0                  0                32,000
Internal Fund Transfers                          109,500           112,945           219,500            219,500               486,600
Dedicated Beginning Bal                            4,408             3,554                 0                  0                     0
Total Program Income                             698,631           741,732           912,756            912,756             2,189,807

Charges for Services                                                                                                                0
Personnel Services                               204,014           205,938           237,485            237,485               685,551
Materials and Services                           491,063           523,883           641,261            641,261             1,419,411
Capital Outlay                                         0            11,911             4,370              4,370                54,600
Other: Contingency                                     0                 0            17,640             17,640                 3,245
Other: Debt Principle                                  0                 0            12,000             12,000                27,000
Total Expenditures                               695,077           741,732           912,756            912,756             2,189,807

Sur/Def - 106 Fair                                 3,554                 0                 0                  0                     0




                                             2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
 Health & Safety Enhancement Fund                 Actual            Actual          Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

 Operating Grants/Contributions                     4,862             1,225                 0                  0                     0
 Internal Fund Transfers                          595,898           660,045                 0                  0                     0
 Dedicated Beginning Bal                          203,957            83,963                 0                  0                     0
 Total Program Income                             804,717           745,233                 0                  0                     0

 Personnel Services                               667,226           693,174                 0                  0                     0
 Materials and Services                            53,527            52,059                 0                  0                     0
 Total Expenditures                               720,754           745,233                 0                  0                     0

 Sur/Def - 109 Health & Safety Enhancement         83,963                 0                 0                  0                     0




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


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                                         Budget Summary by Fund (continued)
                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
Land Corner Preservation Fund                   Actual            Actual           Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

Charges for Services                           210,045            206,555           160,000             160,000               270,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                   5,628              5,597             4,000               4,000                10,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        280,134            346,590           300,000             300,000               325,000
Total Program Income                           495,807            558,741           464,000             464,000               605,000

Personnel Services                             112,446            111,832           131,208             131,208               300,928
Materials and Services                          33,770             37,194            55,268              55,268               112,990
Capital Outlay                                   3,000             33,495             2,000               2,000                 4,000
Other: Contingency                                   0                  0            25,000              25,000                25,000
Other: Reserve                                       0                  0           250,524             250,524               162,082
Total Expenditures                             149,217            182,521           464,000             464,000               605,000

Sur/Def - 110 Land Corner Preservation         346,590            376,220                 0                   0                       0



                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
HUD Block Grant Fund                            Actual            Actual           Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                24,913                  0                  0                   0                    0
Operating Grants/Contributions                  11,513            225,096             73,500              73,500              220,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                         0            195,660            400,000             400,000              300,000
Loans                                          129,361             75,198            186,000             186,000              427,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        462,583            404,517            192,000             192,000              225,000
Capital Beginning Bal                                0                  0            195,660             195,660                    0
Total Program Income                           628,370            900,471          1,047,160           1,047,160            1,172,000

Materials and Services                           3,853            224,476            221,032             221,032              912,000
Capital Outlay                                       0                  0            595,660             595,660                    0
Other: Loans                                   220,000                  0            230,468             230,468              260,000
Total Expenditures                             223,853            224,476          1,047,160           1,047,160            1,172,000

Sur/Def - 114 Hud Block Grant                  404,517            675,995                 0                   0                       0




                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
VALIANT Operations Fund                         Actual            Actual          Adopted              Adjusted              Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                  57,844               101                  0                   0                     0
Dedicated Beginning Bal                         24,830               532                  0                   0                     0
Total Program Income                            82,674               633                  0                   0                     0

Materials and Services                          72,393                 0                  0                   0                     0
Other: Reserve                                   9,750                 0                  0                   0                     0
Total Expenditures                              82,143                 0                  0                   0                     0

Sur/Def - 116 Valiant Operations                   532               633                  0                   0                     0




        As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
   (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


                                              Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                  24
                                             Budget Summary by Fund (continued)

                                                2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
Oregon Health Plan Fund                              Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted           Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                     1,344,291           865,732           885,599            885,599         1,736,392
Loans                                                      0                 0            75,000             75,000                 0
Dedicated Beginning Bal                              835,316         1,028,427           633,943            633,943         1,466,943
Total Program Income                               2,179,607         1,894,159         1,594,542          1,594,542         3,203,335

Personnel Services                                    25,200           75,599             78,552             78,552           171,691
Materials and Services                               975,980          624,852          1,515,990          1,515,990         2,009,694
Other: Reserve                                             0                0                  0                  0           901,150
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                        75,000                0                  0                  0           120,800
Other: Loans                                          75,000                0                  0                  0                 0
Total Expenditures                                 1,151,180          700,451          1,594,542          1,594,542         3,203,335

Sur/Def - 118 Oregon Health Plan Fund              1,028,427         1,193,708                0                  0                  0



                                                2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
Court Security Fund                                  Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted           Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                       65,483            58,698            55,000             55,000            112,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                             195,979           207,884           190,000            190,000            150,000
Total Program Income                                261,462           266,582           245,000            245,000            262,000

Personnel Services                                   42,820            50,739            57,542             72,542            170,735
Materials and Services                                8,380             3,128             6,330              6,330             13,453
Capital Outlay                                        2,378            31,591            30,000             30,000                  0
Other: Contingency                                        0                 0           151,128            136,128                  0
Other: Reserve                                                                                                                 77,812
Total Expenditures                                   53,578            85,459           245,000            245,000            262,000

Sur/Def - 119 Court Security                        207,884           181,124                 0                  0                   0




                                               2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
PL106-393 Title III Projects Fund                   Actual            Actual          Adopted             Adjusted           Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                      305,967           300,180           302,600            302,600            982,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                             127,139           209,021           170,000            170,000             60,000
Total Program Income                                433,106           509,201           472,600            472,600          1,042,000

Materials and Services                              224,085           334,662           322,600            322,600          1,042,000
Capital Outlay                                            0                 0           150,000            150,000                  0
Total Expenditures                                  224,085           334,662           472,600            472,600          1,042,000

Sur/Def - 120 Pl106-393 Title III Projects          209,021           174,539                 0                  0                  0




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


25                                               Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                          Budget Summary by Fund (continued)

                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
Adult Correction Program Fund                     Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted             Adopted

Charges for Services                                  145                0                 0                    0                    0
Operating Grants/Contributions                  1,449,461        1,503,649         1,443,000            1,443,000            3,153,716
Dedicated Beginning Bal                           316,501          501,583           620,000              620,000              713,563
Total Program Income                            1,766,107        2,005,232         2,063,000            2,063,000            3,867,279

Personnel Services                                274,490          273,856           314,550              314,550              764,054
Materials and Services                            828,621          803,165         1,034,527            1,034,527            2,170,081
Capital Outlay                                     13,818            2,849                 0                    0                    0
Other: Contingency                                      0                0           693,170              693,170              932,424
Other: Reserve                                          0                0            20,393               20,393                    0
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                          0                0               360                  360                  720
Other: Loans                                      134,587          142,945                 0                    0                    0
Other: Debt Interest                               13,008            4,651                 0                    0                    0
Total Expenditures                              1,264,524        1,227,465         2,063,000            2,063,000            3,867,279

Sur/Def - 123 Adult Correction Programs          501,583           777,767                 0                    0                     0




                                            2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual          2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
Special Transportation Fund                      Actual           Actual           Adopted              Adjusted             Adopted

Charges for Services                             356,468           355,974            41,599               41,599              83,701
Operating Grants/Contributions                   351,400           199,290           719,196              719,196           1,858,185
Capital Grants/Contributions                     131,178           300,629           319,180              319,180              45,807
Loans                                                  0                 0            50,000               50,000             100,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                          239,825           331,235           203,406              203,406             375,000
Total Program Income                           1,078,872         1,187,128         1,333,381            1,333,381           2,462,693

Materials and Services                           602,653          573,834            696,641              696,641           1,565,643
Capital Outlay                                   144,984          337,785            355,712              355,712             129,289
Other: Contingency                                     0                0                  0                    0             664,761
Other: Reserve                                         0                0            229,528              229,528                   0
Other: Loans                                           0                0             51,500               51,500             103,000
Total Expenditures                               747,637          911,620          1,333,381            1,333,381           2,462,693

Sur/Def - 126 Special Transportation Fund        331,235          275,509                 0                    0                    0




        As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
   (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


                                               Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                  26
                                     Budget Summary by Fund (continued)

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
Cemetery Operations Fund                       Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

Charges for Services                             3,200             7,759             10,100            10,100                  20,525
Operating Grants/Contributions                   2,512             2,681              2,600             2,600                 121,500
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        146,129           135,187            135,000           135,000                 106,143
Total Program Income                           151,841           145,627            147,700           147,700                 248,168

Personnel Services                                   0             1,083                  0                 0                     789
Materials and Services                          16,654            13,703              7,481             7,481                  47,116
Capital Outlay                                       0             4,139             10,450            10,450                       0
Other: Reserve                                       0                 0            125,838           125,838                 192,401
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                       0             7,862              3,931             3,931                   7,862
Total Expenditures                              16,654            26,787            147,700           147,700                 248,168

Sur/Def - 128 Cemetery Operations              135,187           118,840                  0                 0                       0




                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
 Debt Service Fund                             Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

 Charges for Services                           739,872           734,457          1,120,000         1,120,000              2,621,254
 Operating Grants/Contributions                   4,254             3,176              8,000             8,000                 24,700
 Internal Fund Transfers                        581,420                 0                  0                 0                      0
 Loans                                                0         7,490,438                  0                 0                      0
 Dedicated Beginning Bal                         88,584           173,269            175,000           175,000                565,000
 Total Program Income                         1,414,129         8,401,340          1,303,000         1,303,000              3,210,954

 Materials and Services                             855           139,380                  0                 0                      0
 Capital Outlay                                 610,195                 0                  0                 0                      0
 Other: Reserve                                       0                 0            206,005           206,005                931,454
 Other: Internal Fund Transfers                       0            33,700             13,000            13,000                      0
 Other: Debt Principle                                0         7,145,727             30,000            30,000                169,000
 Other: Debt Interest                           629,811           632,458          1,053,995         1,053,995              2,110,500
 Total Expenditures                           1,240,861         7,951,265          1,303,000         1,303,000              3,210,954

 Sur/Def - 215 Debt Service                    173,269            450,075                 0                 0                       0




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


27                                         Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                        Budget Summary by Fund (continued)
                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
General Capital Improvements Fund                 Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted             Adopted

Charges for Services                               16,790          16,790                  0                   0                    0
Operating Grants/Contributions                    193,309          78,859             20,000              20,000              210,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                        2,500          17,101             64,250              64,250              431,000
Internal Fund Transfers                           250,340         185,500            178,632             178,632              654,580
Loans                                             295,000               0                  0                   0                    0
Capital Beginning Bal                             348,402         249,667             62,856              62,856              112,602
Total Program Income                            1,106,341         547,917            325,738             325,738            1,408,182

Personnel Services                                77,325                0                  0                   0                    0
Materials and Services                           283,709          270,155                  0                   0              148,200
Capital Outlay                                   495,639          205,526            178,356             178,356            1,131,399
Other: Reserve                                         0                0             72,382              72,382              128,583
Other: Loans                                           0                0             75,000              75,000                    0
Total Expenditures                               856,674          475,681            325,738             325,738            1,408,182

Sur/Def - 300 General Capital Improvements       249,667           72,236                 0                   0                     0



                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
Road Improvement Fund                             Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted             Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                         0                0              8,160               8,160                1,790
Capital Grants/Contributions                           0                0            569,000             569,000                    0
Capital Beginning Bal                                  0                0                  0                   0              477,160
Total Program Income                                   0                0            577,160             577,160              478,950

Materials and Services                                 0                0            100,000             100,000              478,950
Other: Reserve                                         0                0            477,160             477,160                    0
Total Expenditures                                     0                0            577,160             577,160              478,950

Sur/Def - 302 Road Improvement                         0                0                 0                   0                     0




                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
Building Development Reserve Fund                 Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                       0            1,109                  0                   0                    0
Operating Grants/Contributions                     4,087            5,153              5,000               5,000               10,000
Internal Fund Transfers                          260,000           49,500            150,500             150,500              389,439
Dedicated Beginning Bal                          206,020          401,524            458,000             458,000              615,000
Total Program Income                             470,107          457,287            613,500             613,500            1,014,439

Materials and Services                            68,583                0                  0                   0               30,000
Other: Reserve                                         0                0            613,500             613,500              984,439
Total Expenditures                                68,583                0            613,500             613,500            1,014,439

Sur/Def - 303 Building Development Reserve       401,524          457,287                  0                   0                      0




        As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
   (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


                                               Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                 28
                                          Budget Summary by Fund (continued)

                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
Management Services Fund                          Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

Charges for Services                            1,771,313         1,849,906         2,010,560          2,010,560            4,492,426
Operating Grants/Contributions                      8,966            21,574             2,000              2,000                4,000
Internal Fund Transfers                           178,281           250,275           298,979            311,879              487,758
Dedicated Beginning Bal                           270,256           151,760           131,243            131,243              180,000
Total Program Income                            2,228,817         2,273,515         2,442,782          2,455,682            5,164,184

Personnel Services                              1,314,152         1,348,016         1,335,963          1,335,963            3,150,946
Materials and Services                            762,905           733,671           917,135            930,035            1,879,658
Capital Outlay                                          0                 0             5,008              5,008                8,580
Other: Contingency                                      0                 0            75,000             75,000              125,000
Other: Reserve                                          0                 0           109,676            109,676                    0
Total Expenditures                              2,077,057         2,081,687         2,442,782          2,455,682            5,164,184

Sur/Def - 510 Management Services Fund           151,760           191,828                  0                  0                     0


                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
Intragovernmetnal Services Fund                   Actual           Actual           Adopted            Adjusted             Adopted

Charges for Services                            3,484,876        3,617,803          3,467,280          3,467,280            7,764,754
Operating Grants/Contributions                    324,764          360,932            567,330            567,330              844,264
Internal Fund Transfers                             8,000                0             94,547             94,547                    0
Loans                                              30,659           29,088             24,755             24,755                9,840
Dedicated Beginning Bal                           640,693          680,149            448,675            448,675              595,787
Capital Beginning Bal                             328,643          347,978            466,225            466,225              471,926
Total Program Income                            4,817,635        5,035,950          5,068,812          5,068,812            9,686,571

Personnel Services                              1,027,744        1,046,022          1,145,546          1,145,546            2,652,023
Materials and Services                          1,980,100        1,984,995          2,145,783          2,145,783            4,561,762
Capital Outlay                                    607,469          589,258          1,031,563          1,031,563            1,599,804
Other: Contingency                                      0                0            115,885            115,885              139,013
Other: Reserve                                          0                0            605,280            605,280              724,129
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                    144,520           89,038                  0                  0                    0
Other: Loans                                       29,675           30,659             24,755             24,755                9,840
Total Expenditures                              3,789,508        3,739,973          5,068,812          5,068,812            9,686,571

Sur/Def - 514 Intragovernmental Service         1,028,127        1,295,978                 0                  0                     0


                                            2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
Health Management Services Fund                  Actual            Actual          Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

Charges for Services                                   0                 0                 0           2,774,873            6,891,384
Operating Grants/Contributions                         0                 0                 0             314,532              440,776
Total Program Income                                   0                 0                 0           3,089,405            7,332,160

Personnel Services                                     0                 0                 0           2,024,998            5,433,473
Materials and Services                                 0                 0                 0           1,064,407            1,898,687
Total Expenditures                                     0                 0                 0           3,089,405            7,332,160

Sur/Def - 515 Health Management Services               0                 0                 0                  0                     0




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


29                                            Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                           Budget Summary by Fund (continued)


                                             2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual     05 - 07 Biennial
Enterprise Operations Fund                        Actual            Actual          Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

Charges for Services                                    0           37,098            187,859             187,859             410,372
Operating Grants/Contributions                     38,496              282              2,000               2,000               1,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                            32,493           17,606             51,000              51,000              70,908
Total Program Income                               70,989           54,986            240,859             240,859             482,280

Materials and Services                              2,028            3,030             52,318              52,318             169,692
Capital Outlay                                          0                0             17,500              17,500              20,000
Other: Contingency                                      0                0             25,000              25,000              25,000
Other: Reserve                                          0                0             43,432              43,432              49,844
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                     51,355           38,862            102,609             102,609             217,744
Total Expenditures                                 53,383           41,892            240,859             240,859             482,280

Sur/Def - 520 Enterprise Operations Fund           17,606           13,094                 0                    0                   0




                                              2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual     05 - 07 Biennial
Benton County Health Center Fund                   Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

Charges for Services                                    0                0            304,033            1,866,980          5,607,198
Operating Grants/Contributions                          0                0            888,883            2,132,181          3,546,098
Internal Fund Transfers                                 0                0                  0              958,929          1,044,000
Unrestricted Beginning Bal                              0                0                  0                    0                  0
Dedicated Beginning Bal                                 0                0                  0                    0            814,000
Total Program Income                                    0                0          1,192,916            4,958,090         11,011,296

Personnel Services                                      0                0            971,266            2,615,481          5,225,682
Materials and Services                                  0                0            221,650            2,234,708          5,785,614
Capital Outlay                                          0                0                  0              107,901                  0
Total Expenditures                                      0                0          1,192,916            4,958,090         11,011,296

Sur/Def - 521 Benton County Health Center               0                0                  0                   0                     0




        As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
   (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


                                                Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                30
                                       Budget Summary by Fund (continued)
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
Trust Fund                                     Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

Charges for Services                            47,900            45,228             44,800             44,800                107,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                 136,561           124,444            230,876            230,876                340,467
Capital Grants/Contributions                         0           100,000            172,704            172,704                830,000
Internal Fund Transfers                         30,393             2,162             45,918             45,918                 20,510
Loans                                           50,000                 0                  0                  0                      0
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        259,269           190,396            336,370            336,370                445,849
Total Program Income                           524,124           462,229            830,668            830,668              1,743,826

Personnel Services                              15,573                 0             20,100             20,100                 41,017
Materials and Services                         224,541           107,897            182,827            182,827                340,544
Capital Outlay                                  93,613            23,827            250,000            250,000              1,143,400
Other: Contingency                                   0                 0              5,000              5,000                      0
Other: Reserve                                       0                 0            357,017            357,017                164,917
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                       0                 0             15,724             15,724                 53,948
Other: Loans                                         0            50,756                  0                  0                      0
Total Expenditures                             333,727           182,481            830,668            830,668              1,743,826

Sur/Def - 805 Trust Fund                       190,396           279,748                  0                 0                       0


                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
Tax Title Land Fund                            Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

Charges for Services                             2,128              2,948             2,500              2,500                  5,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                  22,867              5,749            13,000             13,000                 26,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        206,830            229,952           190,000            190,000                205,000
Total Program Income                           231,825            238,649           205,500            205,500                236,000

Materials and Services                           1,873             20,907           205,500            205,500                236,000
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                       0             20,200                 0                  0                      0
Total Expenditures                               1,873             41,107           205,500            205,500                236,000

Sur/Def - 810 Tax Title Land Fund              229,952            197,542                 0                  0                       0




                                          2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
Employee Benefit Trust Fund                    Actual            Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

Charges for Services                           340,377           486,432            444,547            444,547                846,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                  92,073            12,281                  0                  0                 20,500
Internal Fund Transfers                        125,000            48,494                  0                  0                      0
Dedicated Beginning Bal                        234,883           225,160            635,600            635,600                570,000
Total Program Income                           792,333           772,367          1,080,147          1,080,147              1,436,500

Personnel Services                             181,908            90,719             96,147             96,147                188,000
Materials and Services                         385,265           227,908            739,000            739,000                941,000
Other: Reserve                                       0                 0            245,000            245,000                307,500
Total Expenditures                             567,173           318,627          1,080,147          1,080,147              1,436,500

Sur/Def - 812 Employee Benefit Trust           225,160           453,740                 0                  0                       0




      As required by Oregon Local Budget Law, history and prior budget year are displayed as originally appropriated as an annual
 (12-month) budget. The 2005-07 adopted budget is a biennial, two-year, appropriation.


31                                         Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                            Schedule of Transfers & Loans




Schedule of Inter Fund Loans and Transfers
Adopted Biennium Budget 2005-07



Source Fund                         Receiving Fund                              FP 2006         FP 2007            Revenue Source                        Purpose

General                             Benton County Health Center                  1,044,000             -     General Revenues       Operating support
General                             Trust                                           20,000             -     General Revenues       Capital Improvement Plan
General                             Road                                               -            84,000   General Revenues       Capital Improvement Plan
General                             Road                                            53,000          53,000   Landfill Surcharge     Road surface maintenance
General                             Management Services                            243,879         243,879   General Revenues       Operating support
General                             Building Development Reserve                       -           200,000   General Revenues       Capital Improvement Plan
General                             General Capital Improvements                   293,200         125,000   General Revenues       Capital Improvement Plan
General                             Fair                                           223,300         223,300   General Revenues       Operating support / Facility Maintenance
General                             Fair                                            20,000          20,000   Video Lottery          Operating support
General                             General Capital Improvements                    15,640          15,640   LE Operating           Equipment replacement sinking fund
General                             General Capital Improvements                    16,790          16,790   LE Operating           Jail maintenance sinking fund
Oregon Health Plan                  General Capital Improvements                   119,054             -     OHP Reserve            Capital Improvement Plan
Adult Correction Programs           General Capital Improvements                       360             360   Dedicated Revenues     Equipment replacement sinking fund
Cemetery Operations                 General                                          3,931           3,931   Fund income            NAP Department overhead
Enterprise Operations               Building Development Reserve                    94,661          94,778   Fund income            Capital Improvement Plan
Enterprise Operations               General                                         19,933           7,862   Clubhouse Income       NAP Department overhead/projects
Enterprise Operations               Trust                                              510             -     Clubhouse Income       NAP Department projects
Trust                               General                                            -            22,500   Fund income            NAP Department projects
Trust                               General                                         15,724          15,724   Fund income            NAP Department overhead
                                              Total all Transfers                2,183,982       1,126,764




Loaning Fund                        Receiving Fund                                     2006           2007                                               Purpose

None                                N/a                                                -               -     N/a                    N/a
                                                  Total Loans                          -               -

List does not include loan operations of the HUD Block Grant Fund for housing rehabilitation loans

NAP = Natural Areas & Parks
LE = Law Enforcement
OHP = Oregon Health Plan




                                                                Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                                            32
                                                     Budget & FTE Distribution by Fund


Budge t by Fund by De partme nt
     Fund/Department         AS        ASMT         BOC            CD          DA          Hlth         Juv           LE          NAP           PW          Fair       NonDep         T otal
General                    4,565,418   3,598,194   2,233,279     1,995,275   3,530,400   32,905,538   3,667,824    17,280,271    1,476,905            0               10,372,343    81,625,447
Road                                                                                                                                         15,072,196                             15,072,196
School                                                                                                                                                                 3,272,000     3,272,000
Fair                                                                                                                                                      2,189,807                  2,189,807
Land Corner Preservation                                                                                                                       605,000                                 605,000
HUD Block Grant                                                                                                                                                        1,172,000     1,172,000
Oregon Health Plan                                                                        3,203,335                                                                                  3,203,335
Court Security                                                                                                       262,000                                                           262,000
PL106-393 T itle III                                                                                                                                                   1,042,000     1,042,000
Adult Correction Programs                                                                                           3,867,279                                                        3,867,279
Special T ransportation                                                                                                                       2,462,693                              2,462,693
Cemetery Operations                                                                                                                248,168                                             248,168
Debt Service               3,210,954                                                                                                                                                 3,210,954
General Capital Impr.        128,200                                                       510,800                   429,182                               340,000                   1,408,182
Road Improvement                                                                                                                               478,950                                 478,950
Bldg. Development Resv.                                                                                                                                                1,014,439     1,014,439
Management Services        5,164,184                                                                                                                                                 5,164,184
Intra-governmental Ser.    1,689,440                                                                                                          7,997,131                              9,686,571
Health Mgt Services                                                                       7,332,160                                                                                  7,332,160
Enterprise Operations        100,000                                                                                               117,836     264,444                                 482,280
Benton Health Center                                                                     11,011,296                                                                                 11,011,296
T rust                                                                        145,981        23,100                              1,305,125                              269,620      1,743,826
T ax T itle Land             236,000                                                                                                                                                   236,000
Employee Benefit           1,436,500                                                                                                                                                 1,436,500
T otal                    16,530,696   3,598,194   2,233,279     1,995,275   3,676,381   54,986,229   3,667,824    21,838,732    3,148,034 26,880,414 2,529,807       17,142,402   158,227,267




FTE by Fund by De partme nt
     Fund/Department        AS              ASMT          BOC            CD          DA          Hlth             Juv           LE           NAP          PW           Fair          T otal
General                     17.45            19.00         9.40           9.05       17.40        49.10           17.80         79.17         9.44          -             -          227.81
Road                          -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -          41.24           -           41.24
School                        -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -             -              -
Fair                          -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -           7.11            7.11
Land Corner Preservation      -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -                        1.95           -             1.95
HUD Block Grant               -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -             -              -
Oregon Health Plan            -                -            -              -           -           1.00              -            -            -            -             -             1.00
Court Security                -                -            -              -           -            -                -           1.00          -            -             -             1.00
PL106-393 T itle III          -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -             -              -
Adult Correction Programs     -                -            -              -           -            -                -           5.05          -            -             -             5.05
Special T ransportation       -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -             -              -
Cemetery Operations           -                -            -              -           -            -                -            -            -            -             -              -
Health Mgt Services           -                -            -              -           -          43.35              -            -            -            -             -           43.35
Benton County Hlth Ctr        -                -            -              -           -          37.28                                                                               37.28
Debt Service                  -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
General Capital Impr.         -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
Road Improvement              -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
Bldg. Development Resv.       -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
Management Services         18.89              -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -           18.89
Intra-governmental Ser.      2.06              -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -          17.68           -           19.74
Enterprise Operations         -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
T rust                        -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
T ax T itle Land              -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
Employee Benefit              -                -            -              -           -            -               -             -            -            -             -              -
T otal                      38.40            19.00         9.40           9.05       17.40       130.73           17.80         85.22         9.44        60.87          7.11        404.42




33                                                             Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                 Administrative Services
Department Head:   Ramona Rodamaker, Administrative Services Director

Location:          Department administration, Budget, Commission on Children and Families, Finance, & Human Resources:
                   Benton Plaza, 408 SW Monroe, Corvallis
                   Records and Elections: County Courthouse, 120 NW 4 th Street, Corvallis

                   Information Resource Management: Law Enforcement Building, 180 NW 5th Street, Corvallis and assessment
                   building: 205 NW 5th Street, Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6816

Fax:               (541) 766-6893

Purpose:           Provides business support services to the county, including: accounting, budgeting, information technology, and
                   human resource management.

                   Provides direct services to residents of Benton County, including: prevention services for children and families,
                   elections administration, recording of documents, marriage and dog licensing, and property tax collection.

Organization:      The Administrative Services Department includes six divisions: Budget, Commission on Children and Families,
                   Finance, Human Resources, Information Resource Management, and Records and Elections.




                          Administrative Services Department

                                                       Board of
                                                      Board of
                                                        Board of
                                                   Commissioners
                                                    Commissioners
                                                     Commissioners




                                                     Administrative
                                                    Services Director




                                                                        Information                               Commission on
                       Human                                                                Records &
       Finance                                  Budget                   Resource                                  Children &
                      Resources                                                             Elections
                                                                        Management                                  Families




                                          Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                                     34
                                                                      Budget Summary


                                                        2003 Annual              2004 Annual             2005 Annual             2005 Annual               05 - 07 Biennial
                                                             Actual                   Actual                 Adopted                Adjusted                       Adopted

 General Revenues                                            11,206                  31,957                      46,067               46,067                       14,800
 Charges for Service                                      4,748,261               4,991,805                   5,214,238            5,214,238                   11,230,680
 Operating Grants/Contributions                           1,137,610                 983,720                     952,818              952,818                    1,374,780
 Capital Grants/Contributions                               159,291                     -                           -                    -                        117,200
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                  770,840               7,818,295                     323,734              336,634                      497,598
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                              1,916,119               1,801,134                   1,634,428            1,634,428                    2,295,341
                Total Program Income                      8,743,328              15,626,912                   8,171,285            8,184,185                   15,530,399

 Personal Services                                        2,518,064               2,286,142                   2,528,913            2,543,813                    5,889,465
 Materials & Services                                     2,973,083               2,968,576                   3,509,270            3,522,170                    5,701,293
 Capital Outlay                                             738,822                 204,321                     400,712              400,712                      675,896
 Other                                                      659,486               7,931,582                   2,108,911            2,108,911                    4,264,042
                   Total Expenditures                     6,889,455              13,390,621                   8,547,806            8,575,606                   16,530,696

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                      1,853,873                   2,236,292               (376,521)              (391,421)                  (1,000,297)

 Fund Summary
 General Fund                                             2,229,371               2,051,164                   2,449,835            2,464,735                    4,565,418
 Management Fund                                          1,905,158               1,888,028                   2,442,782            2,455,682                    5,164,184
 General Capital Improvements                               280,727                 274,276                      11,856               11,856                      128,200
 Intragovernmental Fund                                     808,819                 886,354                   1,014,686            1,014,686                    1,689,440
 Enterprise Operations Fund                                     -                       -                        40,000               40,000                      100,000
 Tax Title Land Fund                                          1,873                  20,907                     205,500              205,500                      236,000
 Employee Benefit Trust                                     567,173                 318,627                   1,080,147            1,080,147                    1,436,500
 Debt Services                                            1,096,336               7,951,265                   1,303,000            1,303,000                    3,210,954
 Total Budget by Fund                                     6,889,455              13,390,621                   8,547,806            8,575,606                   16,530,696

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                                    48.74                   37.37                    34.80                    35.40                        39.63
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                   NA                      NA                      3.80                     3.80                         3.24

 * FTE 2002 - 2003 reflect department before reorganization



Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual                           Employees per 1,000 population
value)


     50%                                                                                     0.75

     40%                            General & Management Services Funds Only                           0.62

     30%                                                                                                                                                         0.53
                                                                                                                      0.47          0.48           0.49
              17.7%                                                                          0.50
     20%
                                           12.6%
     10%
                                                          0.6%           2.1%
      0%
                                                                                             0.25
     -10%                   -4.7%

     -20%

     -30%                                                                                    0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual    2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial                 2003 Annual    2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted        Adjusted      Adopted                         Actual         Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted




35                                                        Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                               Overview
Department Head Message
     The Administrative Services Department (ASD) provides much of the infrastructure necessary to plan and provide business support
services, as well as engage and involve citizens in the work Benton County does for the community and its families.

   There are six divisions within ASD. They are the Commission on Children and Families, Records and Elections, Budget, Finance,
Human Resources, and Information Resource Management.

     Two divisions within the Administrative Services Division serve Benton County residents directly.

     The Commission on Children and Families (CCF) office works with volunteers to make Benton County a healthy environment for
children and families through advocacy, community mobilization, and advancement of proven prevention strategies. In the last year, CCF
has conducted child abuse and youth violence forums, sponsored numerous positive youth development and prevention activities (such as
the Teen Maze, Teen Summit, and Teen Idol competition), and continued to monitor the quality and availability of services to families and
children.

      The Records and Elections Division conducts all elections in Benton County, issues marriage and dog licenses, and records
documents. In November of 2004, the office processed a record number of voter applications and ballots. Over 51,780 citizens were
registered to vote locally, and 89% of those registered voted in the November General Election. Meanwhile, low-interest home loan rates
continued to fuel a surge in document recording.

     Four divisions provide business support services to the county as their primary functions:

      The Budget Division is responsible for managing the preparation and execution of the county budget and the budgets of six service
districts. In the last year, the Budget Officer, Board of Commissioners, and the Budget Committee have made the preparations necessary to
allow Benton County to become the first county in the state to develop and manage a biennial budget.

      The Finance Division manages and accounts for the county's many financial transactions including: receivables, payables, payroll,
investing, debt management, and auditing. The Finance Manager also serves as the County's Treasurer and is responsible for tax collection.
In the last year, the Finance Office received an unqualified audit report, received its fourteenth consecutive Certificate for Excellence in
Financial Reporting award from the Government Finance Officers' Association, and helped the county to develop a process to manage
increasing employee benefits costs.

      The Human Resources Division is responsible for recruiting, staff development and training, employee and labor relations, and
development of personnel policies. In the last year, due primarily to the expansion of health services in the county, the Human Resources
staff has seen a 107% increase in the number of recruitments it has conducted over the last year. The division has also been actively engaged
in contract negotiations with the Benton County Deputy Sheriff's Association, the Oregon Nursing Association, and the American
Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees unions in 2004-5.

      The Information Resource Management Division is responsible for maintaining the county's personal computer and network
operations, telecommunications, Geographic Information System (GIS), and other application, database, and programming systems. In the
last year, IRM began providing hosting services for the District Attorney Case Management System to three additional Oregon counties,
Lincoln, Jackson, and Clatsop Counties.
ASD goals for next biennium include:

  ¨ Develop monitoring techniques to facilitate effective budget management throughout both years of the biennium
  ¨ Implement a new cost allocation system, currently under development
  ¨ Create and track customer service measures for each ASD division
  ¨ Improve the Benton County web site to communicate more effectively with residents about county business and give them more
    options for transacting business electronically
  ¨ Analyze and improve IRM services and structure to enhance service to customers both inside and outside of the county
  ¨ Roll out a three-phase cultural proficiency curriculum
  ¨ Catalog more county information and Board of Commissioners records electronically
  ¨ Engage more volunteers and residents in CCF's work to promote positive youth development in Benton County




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                                                   Property Tax Collection

                                           2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual              Actual            Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                 11,184               7,942               9,000               9,000                  12,750
Charges for Service                               3,775               2,251               1,000               1,000                       -
Operating Grants/Contributions                   96,292              93,644              90,000              90,000                 156,888
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                   -                   -                   -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                   -                   -                   -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                           -                   -                   -                   -                       -
      Total Program Income                      111,252             103,837             100,000             100,000                 169,638

Personal Services                               160,383             158,112             165,565             165,565                 380,348
Materials & Services                             76,149              64,475              59,194              59,194                 126,143
Capital Outlay                                      570               1,467                   -                   -                       -
Other                                                 -                   -                   -                   -                       -
        Total Expenditures                      237,102             224,054             224,759             224,759                 506,491

Surplus/(Deficit)                              (125,851)           (120,217)           (124,759)            (124,759)              (336,853)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                         NA                  NA                 2.60                2.60                    2.75
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                  NA                 0.07                0.07                    0.07

Purpose:     Perform the functions of Tax Collector under state law. Record the cost of billing, collection and distribution of property taxes
             for all governmental entities and school districts that levy property taxes in Benton County.

Accomplishments
 þ Worked with Assessment Department to put out an accurate property tax role
 þ Completed documentation on all processes

Performance Measures:
                           Measure                                   00-01          01-02           02-03          03-04          04-05
Date that November tax collection posting was completed                  11/30          11/30           12/25           11/27         11/30

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to work with Assessment department to insure an accurate property tax role.




37                                             Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                          Records and Filings
                                               2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual     2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                    Actual              Actual           Adopted         Adjusted                 Adopted

   General Revenues                                      22                  448               500             500                     2,050
   Charges for Service                              816,234              783,712           552,000         552,000                 1,135,000
   Operating Grants/Contributions                    12,487               13,503            10,750          10,750                    17,448
   Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                    -                 -               -                         -
   Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                    -                 -               -                         -
   Dedicated Beginning Balance                       39,963               39,948            55,000          55,000                    19,341
         Total Program Income                       868,707              837,612           618,250         618,250                1,173,839

   Personal Services                                227,569              241,895           252,506         267,406                  550,306
   Materials & Services                             177,283              236,677           210,692         210,692                  388,924
   Capital Outlay                                     6,254                    -            12,000          12,000                        -
   Other                                                  -                    -            56,541          56,541                   79,983
           Total Expenditures                       411,106              478,572           531,739         546,639                1,019,213

   Surplus/(Deficit)                                457,601              359,040            86,511          71,611                 154,626

   Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                          NA                  NA               4.25             4.25                    5.25
   Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                  NA               0.45             0.45                    0.25

Purpose:      Record, index and preserve documents, such as, deeds, mortgages and liens into the permanent files maintained by this office.
              Assist in the preservation of the County Court Journal, the official record of Board of Commissioners actions. Staff the Board
              of Property Tax Appeals, which hears appeals of property valuation. Administer the county's records management program
              and archives. Issue and maintain marriage and dog license records. Perform civil marriage ceremonies.

Accomplishments
  þ Revised dog license service agreement with the City of Corvallis
  þ Secured monitored security and fire alarm system for the records storage facility
  þ Maintained and enhanced the Records and Licenses web page that receives thousands of hits annually
  þ Performed biennial countywide record retention practice evaluations as scheduled
  þ Developed detailed plan to improve the records retention practices for County Commission records
  þ Assisted in the customization of the Board of Property Tax Appeals software to better meet Benton County needs

Performance Measures
                       Performance Measures:                                 00-01         01-02       02-03           03-04         04-05
Documents recorded, proofed, scanned & indexed                                 16,628        19,455       24,622         24,654        17,563
Estimate of % returned within 5-10 working days                                    90%         50%          10%            35%            95%
Board of Property Tax Appeals number of petitions                                   223         178         205            207            167
Estimate of % of orders issued within two weeks                                    100%       100%        100%            100%          100%
Dog License renewals sent vs. returned                                     7963/5570      8122/4914   7622/4599       7718/4688    7381/4217
Licenses Due/Licenses Issued Renewal %                                         60.5%         62.3%        60.3%          60.7%          57.1%
Marriage Licenses Issued (*No licenses issued March ’04 to August ‘04)              596         573         524           *364           *380
Record Center services (# of requests / % of successful retrievals)          35/100%       39/100%     53/100%         40/100%      130/100%

Objectives
  ¨ Work with IRM to complete the import of 1985 to 1998 recorded document images into the new Records System
  ¨ Continue record retention audits for participating county offices on a biennial schedule
  ¨ Analyze dog license fees and agreements
  ¨ Collaborate with IRM to successfully install new dog licensing software
  ¨ Continue to improve the percentage of documents returned within 5-10 working days
  ¨ Complete documentation for BOPTA software processes


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                                                              Elections
                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual       2005 Annual           05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual           Actual          Adopted           Adjusted                  Adopted

     General Revenues                                -                 -                 -                  -                      -
     Charges for Service                          134,353            87,226            76,000             76,000                127,000
     Operating Grants/Contributions                  -                 -                 -                  -                      -
     Capital Grants/Contributions                    -                 -                 -                  -                      -
     Loans & Transfer/Revenues                       -                 -                 -                  -                      -
     Dedicated Beginning Balance                     -                 -                 -                  -                      -
           Total Program Income                  134,353            87,226            76,000             76,000                127,000

     Personal Services                            217,894           212,781           216,892            216,892                501,383
     Materials & Services                         177,158           188,966           197,381            197,381                365,687
     Capital Outlay                                  -                 -                 -                  -                      -
     Other                                           -                 -                 -                  -                      -
             Total Expenditures                  395,052           401,747           414,273            414,273                867,070

     Surplus/(Deficit)                          (260,698)         (314,521)         (338,273)           (338,273)              (740,070)

     Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                     NA                NA               2.50               2.50                   2.50
     Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                NA               2.60               2.60                   2.20

Purpose:     To administer and conduct all federal, state, county, city, school and special district elections in Benton County. Advise
             voters, candidates, political parties and others of election statutes under ORS 246-260 and administrative rules applicable to
             elections. Oversee election filings, voter registration to maintain compliance with the Help America Vote Act, the National
             Voter Registration Act and other election statutes. Establishment of ballot drop sites, preparation of ballot mailings and
             processing ballot returns.

Accomplishments
 þ Captured an electronic image of the voter registration card for every active Benton County voter
 þ Conducted and certified three elections in FY 04-05 in compliance with governing statutes
 þ Participated in the Oregon Centralized Voter Registration System development effort
 þ Informative elections web page maintained by division employees receives over 10,000 hits annually
 þ Email correspondence policy has improved public communications and customer service
 þ Ballot drop sites were expanded and restructured to improve convenience and accessibility
 þ Election processes were evaluated to improve security and efficiency
 þ Worked closely with OSU to maintain a strong internship program in the county elections office

Performance Measures
                          Measure                               00-01           01-02           02-03               03-04         04-05
New voter registrations                                              6,799          3,973           5,244              7,568          9,000
Registration updates and changes                                     8,133          8,015           6,934              8,904         11,500
Registration deletes and inactivations                             11,283           7,152          14,428              7,526         10,500
Voter lists requests / % delivered on time                      104/100%         54/100%         90/100%            95/100%        90/100%
1st posting of election night returns prior to 9PM                   100%           100%            100%               100%           100%
Final Unofficial Election night returns by midnight                   75%             75%            50%                83%            50%
Average voter turnout (#of elections/Average turnout)             4/48.9%         3/48.4%        4/62.5%             6/52.1%         3/50%

Objectives
 ¨ Implement the Oregon Centralized Voter Registration system (OCVR) in Benton County
 ¨ Complete imaging of the voter registration archive files
 ¨ Continue to fully participate in the State Help America Vote Act compliance efforts
 ¨ Implement the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) voting device chosen for Oregon counties by the Secretary of State
 ¨ Improve public access to voting instructions, election results, maps and other related information

39                                            Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                          Geographical Information Systems

                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual      2005 Annual            2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual         Adopted                Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                  -                -                                          -
Charges for Service                             291,612            300,411          210,000              210,000               420,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                        -             20,133           15,000               15,000                30,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                -                    -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                  -                -                    -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     269,151            393,781          123,362              123,362               500,000
      Total Program Income                      560,763            714,325          348,362              348,362               950,000

Personal Services                               135,623            136,884          128,845              128,845               352,823
Materials & Services                             21,354             51,264           71,545               71,545               143,090
Capital Outlay                                   10,005              6,000            5,000                5,000               110,000
Other                                                 -                  -          142,972              142,972               344,087
        Total Expenditures                      166,982            194,148          348,362              348,362               950,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                               393,781            520,177                   -                   -                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                         NA                NA                  1.60              1.60                  1.60
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                NA                  0.20              0.20                  0.20

Purpose :    The Geographic Information System’s purpose is to integrate county-wide geo-reference data sources into usable products
             for analysis by policymakers and the general public.

Accomplishments
  þ Transition from ArcView 3.0 to Arcview 9.0
  þ Completed fire maps for all fire districts in Benton County
  þ Deployed Webmaps application --receiving 4000+ hits/month

Performance Measures
                             Measure                                  99-00      00-01        01-02      02-03       03-04     04-05
Complete all programming on time (90%)                                   90%        95%           95%       90%        90%        90%
Respond to all citizen inquiries within 24 hours. (200 per year)         N/A         180          180        190        220        200
Conduct regular training for departments on using GIS systems            N/A          30           20         20         20         20
(20 users/year)

Objectives
  ¨ Coordinate comprehensive address management process for County
  ¨ Update digital orthophotography for County




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                                                 PEG Telecommunications

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual           2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual          Adopted               Adjusted           Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                 -                  -                   -                   -
Charges for Service                                  -                 -                  -                   -                   -
Operating Grants/Contributions                  17,046            34,262             25,000              25,000              50,000
Capital Grants/Contributions
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                 -                  -                   -                  -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -            17,046             52,400              52,400             50,000
      Total Program Income                      17,046            51,309             77,400              77,400            100,000

Personal Services                                     -                 -                 -                   -                  -
Materials & Services                                  -                 -                 -                   -                  -
Capital Outlay                                        -                 -             5,000               5,000             50,000
Other                                                 -                 -            72,400              72,400             50,000
        Total Expenditures                            -                 -            77,400              77,400            100,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                               17,046            51,309                   -                  -                   -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                        NA                NA                0.00               0.00                0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                NA                0.00               0.00                0.00

Purpose      Account for a $1 per month per subscriber cable franchise charge (unincorporated areas only) that may be used to finance
             public access services on the cable system. Allowable uses are defined by federal law and the cable franchise agreement.

Accomplishments
 þ Initiated contract renegotiations with cable providers.

Objectives
 ¨ Complete contract negotiations with cable providers to include all uses allowed by federal law.




41                                            Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                       Commission on Children and Families

                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual            Adopted              Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                    -             23,567                36,567             36,567                         -
Charges for Service                            10,000                (85)                    -                  -                         -
Operating Grants/Contributions                838,632            712,516               788,768            788,768                 1,044,644
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                     -                  -                         -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                     -                  -                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   219,604             49,107                27,967             27,967                         -
        Total Program Income                1,068,236            785,104               853,302            853,302                 1,044,644

Personal Services                             222,932            160,952               211,675            211,675                   506,100
Materials & Services                          796,197            591,691               641,627            641,627                   598,126
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                     -                  -                         -
Other                                               -                  -                     -                  -                    18,418
         Total Expenditures                 1,019,129            752,643               853,302            853,302                 1,122,644

Surplus/(Deficit)                              49,107             32,461                     -                   -                  (78,000)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                       NA                 NA                  3.50               3.50                      3.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                  0.00               0.00                      0.00

Purpose:     Meet the mandates of Oregon law establishing the Commission on Children and Families to identify and address needs of
             children and families through research, comprehensive planning, service coordination and advocacy. Provide grant awards to
             agencies that serve children and families in order to promote systems change and collaborative efforts.

Accomplishments
  þ Ongoing support to the citizen Commission on Children and Families, Youth Commission and Healthy Start Initiative
  þ Supported the update and implementation of the Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan
  þ Held Annual Countywide Youth Summit
  þ Held Countywide Teen Maze
  þ Secured additional funding to support community projects
  þ Completed Phase III - Implementation process
  þ Implemented a countywide Media Campaign to reduce ATOD use among youth in Benton County

Performance Measures:
                                       Measure                                             02-03        03-04        04-05       Annual Est.
Increase the number of CCF meetings in rural communities to insure community                       6             6           6           12
participation in the development and implementation of the CCF Comprehensive Plan
Increase the number of youth involved in the CCF Youth Commission                                19             25       30              39
Increase partnerships throughout Benton County that will expand prevention activities            20             20       20              45
for children and families
Increase collaborative services through annual program funding                            $731,525      $409,353 $409,353          $572,000
Increase the number of services available for high-risk youth through Juvenile Crime      $183,223      $183,223     $85,000        $82,000
Prevention funds
Increase the number of community awareness campaigns that address issues such as
teen pregnancy, ATOD, child care access and availability, juvenile crime, child abuse,           20             20       20              65
homeless/runaway and drop out rates

Objectives
  ¨ Continue support of Commission on Children and Families, Youth Commission, Juvenile Crime Prevention, and Healthy Start
    Initiatives
  ¨ Support implementation of Senate Bill 555 Coordinated Comprehensive Planning
  ¨ Support implementation of the Search Institute 40 Developmental Assets framework with community partners
  ¨ Identify and secure funding opportunities to support implementation of the Benton County Comprehensive Plan

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                                                   PERS Pension Bonds


                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Charges for Service                           739,872            734,457          1,120,000          1,120,000             2,621,254
Operating Grants/Contributions                  4,218              3,176              8,000              8,000                24,700
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                     436,900          7,490,438                  -                  -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                    90,494            173,269            175,000            175,000               565,000
      Total Program Income                  1,271,483          8,401,340          1,303,000          1,303,000             3,210,954

Personal Services                                   -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Materials & Services                              850            139,380                  -                  -                     -
Capital Outlay                                465,675                  -                  -                  -                     -
Other                                         629,811          7,811,885          1,303,000          1,303,000             3,210,954
        Total Expenditures                  1,096,336          7,951,265          1,303,000          1,303,000             3,210,954

Surplus/(Deficit)                             175,147            450,075                  -                  -                       -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                       NA                NA                0.00               0.00                    0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA                0.00               0.00                    0.00


Purpose:     Account for revenues and expenditures for bonded debt. Current bonded debt is two pension obligation bonds issues.

Accomplishments
 þ Sold pension bonds to reduce amount of debt service to be paid on PERS unfunded liability

Objectives
 ¨ Ensure appropriate internal payroll charges are assessed to make scheduled principal and interest payments and build necessary
   reserves for future payments




43                                           Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                               Major Technology Projects


                                        2003 Annual         2004 Annual       2005 Annual       2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual              Actual          Adopted           Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Charges for Service                                -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Operating Grants/Contributions                45,309             66,000                  -                 -                     -
Capital Grants/Contributions                 159,291                  -                  -                 -               117,200
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Capital Beginning Balance                    296,259            220,132             11,856            11,856                11,000
      Total Program Income                   500,859            286,132             11,856            11,856               128,200

Personal Services                             77,325                  -                  -                 -                     -
Materials & Services                         142,805            267,526                  -                 -               108,200
Capital Outlay                                60,596              6,750             11,856            11,856                20,000
Other                                              -                  -                  -                 -                     -
        Total Expenditures                   280,727            274,276             11,856            11,856               128,200

Surplus/(Deficit)                            220,132             11,856                  -                  -                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                      NA                NA                0.00               0.00                  0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA                0.00               0.00                  0.00


Purpose:    Account for projects to upgrade or replace central business systems software, and develop a web content management system
            to upgrade the County’s website.

Accomplishments
  þ Continued deployment of financial system

Objectives
  ¨ Complete deployment of financial system
  ¨ Develop and implement content management system for county web site




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                                                   Accounting/Insurance
                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual         2005 Annual            2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual            Actual            Adopted                Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                   -                     -                    -
Charges for Service                            506,684          1,831,576           1,935,199             1,935,199            4,366,426
Operating Grants/Contributions                   6,855             21,423               2,000                 2,000                4,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                   -                     -                    -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                      143,281            226,275             211,479               211,479              487,758
Dedicated Beginning Balance                    270,256            151,760             129,013               129,013              180,000
      Total Program Income                     927,076          2,231,034           2,277,691             2,277,691            5,038,184

Personal Services                              283,059            295,851              415,341             308,697               674,750
Materials & Services                           247,913            300,011              376,505             366,505               790,614
Capital Outlay                                       -                  -                1,000               1,000                 1,000
Other                                                -                  -              184,676             184,676               125,000
        Total Expenditures                     530,972            595,862              977,522             860,878             1,591,364

Surplus/(Deficit)                              396,104          1,635,172           1,300,169             1,416,813            3,446,820

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                        NA                 NA                 4.80                 4.80                  4.65
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     Perform the functions of County Treasurer under state law. Functions also include general ledger accounting, accounts
             payable, payroll administration, revenue accounting, property and liability insurance administration, investing and internal
             auditing. One of the primary purposes is to maintain County financial records and to provide financial information. Another
             purpose is to manage county and district funds for maximum return while meeting liquidity requirements.

Accomplishments
 þ Awarded the Certificate for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association for the 14th year
 þ Received an unqualified audit opinion
 þ We joined with the City of Corvallis and Corvallis School District 509J to write an RFP for banking services. We completed the
   bid process and successfully converted to Bank of America as of August 1, 2004

Performance Measures:
                          Measure                                 00-01        01-02        02-03         03-04       04-05     Target
Receive Certificate for Excellence in Financial Reporting              Yes          Yes           Yes         Yes        Yes         Yes
from national Governmental Finance Officer's Association
Percent of monthly financial reports closed within 10                100%          75%           92%         92%       100%        100%
working days of month end
Accounts payable check run completed by Thursday of each             100%          98%           100%       100%       100%        100%
week                                                                            (51/52)
Payroll checks ready by 8 a.m. on payday                             100%         100%           100%       100%       100%        100%
Payroll deposits made timely                                    175 of 175        100%           100%       100%       100%        100%

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to be awarded the Certificate for Excellence in Financial Reporting
 ¨ Continued work on implementation of remaining modules of the new financial/payroll computer system




45                                           Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                          Human Resources Administration
                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual           05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual           Adopted               Adjusted                  Adopted

   General Revenues                                   -                  -                  -                     -                        -
   Charges for Service                          229,530              2,667                  -                     -                        -
   Operating Grants/Contributions                    94                 96                  -                     -                        -
   Capital Grants/Contributions
   Loans & Transfer/Revenues                     10,000             24,000             24,500               37,400                         -
   Dedicated Beginning Balance                        -                  -              2,230                2,230                         -
         Total Program Income                   239,624             26,764             26,730               39,630                         -

   Personal Services                            203,894            198,479           218,416              218,416                    460,359
   Materials & Services                         103,892             82,660            98,194              111,094                    155,376
   Capital Outlay                                     -                  -                 -                    -                          -
   Other                                              -                  -                 -                    -                          -
           Total Expenditures                   307,786            281,139           316,610              329,510                    615,735

   Surplus/(Deficit)                            (68,161)          (254,376)          (289,880)            (289,880)                (615,735)

   Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                      NA                NA                 3.00                  3.00                    3.00
   Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA                 0.46                  0.46                    0.46

Purpose:     To provide human resource services that support the County in achieving its mission. Human Resources serves the
             organization by providing to every County department: employee relations, labor relations/contract negotiations, grievance
             resolution, staff development, personnel policies, benefit and salary administration, position classification and compensation
             administration, employee leave and unemployment administration, recruiting, and cultural proficiency educational activities.

Accomplishments
  þ Delivered CORE Supervisor Training Program for new County managers and supervisors and the New Employee Orientation
    Program quarterly
  þ Successfully bargained 2004-2007 Collective Bargaining Agreement with Deputy Sheriff's Association
  þ Developed recruitment resource strategies to outreach to diverse populations
  þ Assisted the Health Department in developing and hiring ~12 new positions for the new Benton Community Health Center
  þ Conducted a market compensation study in preparation for collective bargaining of 2005-2008 AFSCME and ONA contracts
  þ Awarded Oregon Court of Appeals and ERB decisions regarding the 2001 BCDSA contract
                                       Measure                                             01-02       02-03    03-04        04-05     Target
Number of new position establishments & reclassifications analyzed.                              23       32           28         33       N/A
Applications gathered, prepared, screened and sent to appropriate department                 ~75/  ~60/            ~50/         ~50/
representative within one working day of recruitment closing dates (completed/target        100% 100%/           100%/        100%/      100%
%/actual %)                                                                                 /82%   85%             94%          92%
Number of countywide training events planned and conducted (target/actual)                  20/20      14/14      14/15        14/18            14
Coordinate a minimum of 4 Labor/Management Advisory Committee meetings each                 5 of 5        4/5          4/4       4/4             8
year (target/actual)
Number of grievances resolved at step 3 (filed/resolved)                                         2/2      2/2          1/1       1/1       N/A

Objectives
  ¨ Deliver Supervisor CORE training to new managers and supervisors
  ¨ Provide annual all supervisors staff development events
  ¨ Develop a proposal for a merit-based executive compensation plan
  ¨ Conduct market survey and analysis of County compensation systems
  ¨ Assist in the analysis of maintenance of affordable and quality health care coverage for employees
  ¨ Conduct the collective bargaining process with AFSCME and ONA for the 2005-2008 contracts
  ¨ Provide cultural development opportunities to all staff to forward the goal of a multi-cultural workforce
  ¨ Analyze and redesign the County's staff performance evaluation process


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                                                    Budget Management

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual              2005 Annual          2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual                 Adopted              Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                     -                       -                     -                     -
Charges for Service                            113,387                     3                       -                     -                     -
Operating Grants/Contributions
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                     -                    -                      -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                     -                8,000                  8,000                       -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                     -                    -                      -                       -
      Total Program Income                     113,387                     3                8,000                  8,000                       -

Personal Services                              119,030              121,517              127,281                127,281                284,383
Materials & Services                            11,360               11,226               21,885                 21,885                 25,322
Capital Outlay                                       -                    -                    -                      -                      -
Other                                                -                    -                    -                      -                      -
        Total Expenditures                     130,390              132,743              149,166                149,166                309,705

Surplus/(Deficit)                              (17,003)             (132,740)            (141,166)              (141,166)             (309,705)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                       NA                    NA                    1.50                 1.50                  1.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                    NA                    0.00                 0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     Support the achievement of County goals through planning, research and management of financial resources.

Accomplishments:
 þ Prepared plan, developed, and coordinated process to prepare the first formal biennial budget for the County and two County
   Service Districts that will begin July 1, 2005
 þ Completed the first major revision of the indirect cost allocation (overhead distribution) in eight years and incorporated a
   department-level plan for the Health Department

Performance Measures:
                                                                        00-01         01-02        02-03        03-04        04-05
                             Measure                                                                                                  Target
                                                                        Actual        Actual       Actual       Actual       Actual
Percent over/under of adopted General Fund current unrestricted           0.01%          +.9%           +.8%      +5.8%      +11.5%    +0 - 1%
(CURF) revenue estimate to actual. (% +/- estimate)
Percent over/under of actual to adopted General Fund estimate of          +2.7%        +16.1%      +16.1%         +48%           NA       +5%
unrestricted beginning fund balance. (% +/- estimate).
Number of quarterly financial reports prepared and distributed                  3/1     38412             NA         3/1         NA        3/3
within 30 days of quarter end. (Target 3/actual #)
Year-end financial report prepared and distributed within 60 days         No/73         No/71          No/101    No/75           NA         60
of fiscal year end . (Yes/no & days from year end)
Number of procedural or appropriation violations of Oregon                       0             0            3            3       NA            0
Budget Law reported in state or local audits.

Objectives:
 ¨ Complete development of a new suite of financial reports that account for the formal biennial appropriation
 ¨ Complete and secure adoption of financial policies that incorporate changes because of biennial budgeting and other updates
 ¨ Conduct continuing education programs within the organization on finance and budgeting topics and in particular focusing on
   biennial budget management
 ¨ Complete annual cost allocation plan update within 45 days of the end of each 12 month budget period (July to June)
 ¨ Update budget forecast model in early 2006 to reflect new property tax information, PERS rate adjustments, contract settlements
   and actual beginning balances



47                                           Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                         Information Resource Management

                                           2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

 General Revenues                                     -                     -               -                                        -
 Charges for Service                            769,597                15,659          75,361             75,361               126,000
 Operating Grants/Contributions                   1,988                     -               -                  -                     -
 Capital Grants/Contributions
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                       25,000                     -          55,000             55,000                     -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                     -               -                  -                     -
       Total Program Income                     796,585                15,659         130,361            130,361               126,000

 Personal Services                              586,292               562,014         574,925            574,925             1,462,022
 Materials & Services                           349,718               316,269         420,551            420,551               883,102
 Capital Outlay                                       -                     -           4,008              4,008                 7,580
 Other                                                -                     -               -                  -                     -
         Total Expenditures                     936,010               878,283         999,484            999,484             2,352,704

 Surplus/(Deficit)                             (139,424)          (862,624)          (869,123)           (869,123)           (2,226,704)

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                        NA                   NA               8.05              8.05                 11.28
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                   NA               0.00              0.00                  0.00


Purpose:     To manage the county automated information and telecommunications systems in accordance with the information system
             plan and policies. Assist departments in improving productivity through automation of tasks. Improve service to the public
             through modern information and telecommunication systems.

Accomplishments
  þ Implemented security enhancements under State Health Alert Network
  þ Completed development of Civil/Criminal Subpoena system
  þ Coordinated user training for more than 100 County staff
  þ Developed web-based training for food handler permits

Performance Measures:
                              Measure                                    99-00     00-01      01-02      02-03       03-04     04-05
Operate computer systems and network services at 98% of                     97%      98%          98%       98%        99%        99%
available prime-time (M-F 8AM - 5PM)
Desktop hardware problems service request responded to within 4             85%      85%          96%       85%        85%        85%
hours of receipt.
Managed computer network system, computing and storage
capacity for no user lost production time due to output or capacity         90%      95%          95%       95%        98%        98%
error.

Objectives
  ¨ Extend application monitoring tools
  ¨ Develop Service Level Agreement for PC support
  ¨ Transition remaining applications off of legacy platform




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                                             Department Administration


                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual     05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual             Actual          Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                 -                   -                 -                     -
Charges for Service                                 -                 -                   -                 -                     -
Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                 -                   -                 -                     -
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                 -                   -                 -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                 -                   -                 -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                         -                 -                   -                 -                     -
      Total Program Income                          -                 -                   -                 -                     -

Personal Services                                   -                 -                   -          106,644              269,432
Materials & Services                                -                 -                   -           10,000               25,244
Capital Outlay                                      -                 -                   -                -                    -
Other                                               -                 -                   -                -                    -
        Total Expenditures                          -                 -                   -          116,644              294,676

Surplus/(Deficit)                                   -                 -                   -          (116,644)           (294,676)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                      NA                NA               1.00                1.60                  1.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA               0.00                0.00                  0.00


Purpose:    To Provide leadership and direction for Administrative Services Department.

Accomplishments
 þ Established ASD administrative office
 þ Hired ASD director and support staff

Objectives
 ¨ Create and track customer service measures for each ASD division.
 ¨ Improve Benton County web site to communicate more effectively and give residents more opportunities to transact business
   electronically.
 ¨ Analyze and improve information technology services and structure to enhance services to county employees and residents.
 ¨ Develop monitoring techniques and tools to facilitate effective budget management through both years of the biennium.




49                                          Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                          Photocopy and Mailing Services
                                        2003 Annual          2004 Annual         2005 Annual              2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual               Actual            Adopted                  Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                   -                         -                       -
Charges for Service                          192,220            187,379             265,631                   265,631                 520,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                     -              1,066                   -                         -                       -
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                   -                         -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                     30,659             29,088              24,755                    24,755                   9,840
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   17,349            (14,093)             37,000                    37,000                  35,000
      Total Program Income                   240,228            203,440             327,386                   327,386                 564,840

Personal Services                             48,449             47,586              48,563                    48,563                 108,852
Materials & Services                         148,592            152,753             196,597                   196,597                 370,832
Capital Outlay                                27,605             21,349              36,848                    36,848                  75,316
Other                                         29,675             30,659              45,378                    45,378                   9,840
        Total Expenditures                   254,321            252,348             327,386                   327,386                 564,840

Surplus/(Deficit)                            (14,093)            (48,908)                     -                       -                        -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                      NA                 NA                   0.90                   0.90                    0.90
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                 NA                   0.02                   0.02                    0.06

Purpose:    To provide photocopy machines, paper and supplies for all county departments. To process U.S. Postal, parcel service, and
            interdepartmental mail daily. Account for repayment of loan to Community Service Consortium for equipment purchases.

Accomplishments
  þ Provided photocopiers to all departments upon request.

Performance Measures
                             Measure                                 00-01        01-02           02-03       03-04       04-05       Target
Mail billing completed by the 20th of following month                   83.3%        75%            83%         100%        60%         100%
Photocopy billing completed by the 20th of month following               25%         25%            75%         100%        50%         100%
quarter's end
Number of photocopiers purchased                                             6            6               7           2           5            3

Objectives
  ¨ Survey customers regarding services provided by Central Services.




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                                        Telecommunications & DP Equipment
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual          Adopted             Adjusted               Adopted

 General Revenues                                    -                  -                 -                                        -
 Charges for Service                           598,491            554,967           502,000            502,000               974,000
 Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                  -               300                300                   600
 Capital Grants/Contributions
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                 -                  -                     -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                   291,337            335,330           185,000            185,000               150,000
       Total Program Income                    889,828            890,298           687,300            687,300             1,124,600

 Personal Services                              53,706             59,350            72,757             72,757               150,707
 Materials & Services                          332,675            316,863           250,599            250,599               473,633
 Capital Outlay                                168,117            168,754           315,000            315,000               392,000
 Other                                               -             89,038            48,944             48,944               108,260
         Total Expenditures                    554,497            634,006           687,300            687,300             1,124,600

 Surplus/(Deficit)                             335,330            256,292                  -                   -                     -

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                       NA                NA                1.10              1.10                  1.20
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA                0.00              0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     To provide information and telecommunications services to County departments on a chargeable basis. Maintain reserves for
             repair and/or replacement of desktop and network computer hardware.

Accomplishments
 þ Power upgrade and stabilization for data center
 þ Deployment of Category 6 gigabit infrastructure for all servers
 þ Replacement of 12 servers
 þ Completed comprehensive fiber optic resource review with partner agencies
 þ Upgraded phone PBX. New capabilities include Voice over IP and increased capacity

Performance Measures
                              Measure                                99-00      00-01      01-02       02-03       03-04     04-05
Number of scheduled personal computer replacements completed.           94%       100%         100%       91%       100%       100%
Percent of telephone service requests resolved or scheduled for         90%        90%         90%        90%        90%        90%
contractor response within 4 hours of receipt.

Objectives
 ¨ Upgrade voice mail processor
 ¨ Complete biannual City-County phone book
 ¨ Replace 8 servers & 120 PCs




51                                           Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                  DP Hosting Services

                                                 2003              2004             2005              2005      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual            Actual          Adopted          Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                 -                -                -                     -
Charges for Service                                 -             2,200           30,000           30,000              90,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                 -                -                -                   -
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                 -                -                -                   -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                 -                -                -                   -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                         -                 -           10,000           10,000              10,000
        Total Program Income                        -             2,200           40,000           40,000             100,000

Personal Services                                   -                 -                -                                      -
Materials & Services                                -                 -           20,000           20,000              70,000
Capital Outlay                                      -                 -           10,000           10,000              20,000
Other                                               -                 -           10,000           10,000              10,000
         Total Expenditures                         -                 -           40,000           40,000             100,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                                   -             2,200                 -                -                    -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                     NA                 NA               0.00             0.00                0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                 NA               0.00             0.00                0.00


Purpose:     DP Hosting Services’ purpose is to manage expenses and revenues related to the hosting of other agencies’ data and
             applications. Benton County expects to host between 3-5 counties’ District Attorney Case Management System (DACMS)
             files over the next two years, as well as other applications.

Accomplishments
  þ Successfully transition 3 counties (80 users) to hosted DACMS service
  þ Expanded licenses to title companies by 20%

Objectives
  ¨ Develop one-time use fee for Assessment and Tax system through web
  ¨ Expand hosted DACMS service by 30%




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                                            Property Sales & Maintenance

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual             05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted               Adjusted                    Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                   -                 -                   -                           -
Charges for Service                             2,128               2,948             2,500               2,500                       5,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                 22,616               5,620            13,000              13,000                      26,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                   -                 -                   -                           -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                   -                 -                   -                           -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   186,824             209,695           190,000             190,000                     205,000
      Total Program Income                    211,568             218,263           205,500             205,500                     236,000

Personal Services                                   -                   -                 -                   -                           -
Materials & Services                            1,873              20,907           205,500             205,500                     236,000
Capital Outlay                                      -                   -                 -                   -                           -
Other                                               -                   -                 -                   -                           -
        Total Expenditures                      1,873              20,907           205,500             205,500                     236,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                             209,695             197,356                    -                   -                          -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                       NA                 NA               0.00                  0.00                      0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA               0.00                  0.00                      0.00

Purpose:     To account for sale and maintenance of properties acquired through tax foreclosure.

Performance Measures:
                      Measure                             00-01        01-02         02-03           03-04           04-05         Target
Number of properties foreclosed on                                3            1                 4           2                2         NA
Number of properties sold                                         0            0                 2           0                1         NA
Amount received from sale of foreclosed property                  0            0      $19,100         $1,700            $300            NA

Objectives
 ¨ Review process for selling foreclosed properties




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                                            Employee Benefit Trust Fund
                                         2003 Annual       2004 Annual         2005 Annual           2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual            Actual            Adopted               Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                 -                   -                     -                    -
Charges for Service                          340,377           486,432             444,547               444,547              846,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                92,073            12,281                   -                     -               20,500
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                 -                   -                     -                    -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                    125,000            48,494                   -                     -                    -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                  234,883           225,160             635,600               635,600              570,000
      Total Program Income                   792,333           772,367           1,080,147             1,080,147            1,436,500

Personal Services                            181,908            90,719              96,147                96,147              188,000
Materials & Services                         385,265           227,908             739,000               739,000              941,000
Capital Outlay                                     -                 -                   -                     -                    -
Other                                              -                 -             245,000               245,000              307,500
        Total Expenditures                   567,173           318,627           1,080,147             1,080,147            1,436,500

Surplus/(Deficit)                            225,160           453,740                    -                     -                   -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) *                     NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                 0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                 0.00

Purpose:      To account for self-insurance programs, and account for certain employee benefit costs that are paid by charges to
              departments on a payroll basis including: workers’ compensation premiums and reserves, unemployment charges, and
              services such as wellness education, and the employee assistance program.

Accomplishments
  þ Maintained adequate reserves for workers compensation program

Performance Measures:
                             Measure                                2000        2001          2002       2003       2004     2005
Contact hours of Employee Assistance Program                             280       210          216         239       240        240
Employees participating in Wellness Event                                 80       109          104         117       120        125

Objectives:
  ¨




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                                                                                          Assessment
Department Head:   Doug Hillpot, Assessor

Location:          205 NW 5th Street
                   Corvallis 97330

Telephone:         (541) 766-6855

FAX:               (541) 766-6848

Mission:           The Benton County Assessment Department mission is to administer the property tax assessment programs
                   accurately, fairly, efficiently, in compliance with state mandates, focusing on customer service.

                   The primary objective of the Assessor’s Office is to ensure all real and personal property is valued in a fair and
                   equitable manner as required by the State of Oregon. Each year the Assessor must value all taxable property at 100
                   percent of market value and establish the portion of that market value subject to taxation (Maximum Assessed
                   Value).

Organization:      The Assessor is appointed by the Benton County Board of Commissioners.




                                                Assessment
                                                  Board of Commissioners
                                                    Board of Commissioners




                                                         Assessor




                                                                       Chief Assessment
                                    Chief Appraiser                     Office Deputy




                            Sales Data           Property                         Administrative
                                                                Cartography
                             Analyst            Appraisers                           Staff




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                                                                      Budget Summary

                                                      2003 Annual                2004 Annual            2005 Annual                2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                           Actual                     Actual               Adopted                    Adjusted                     Adopted

 General Revenues                                                67                         (39)                        -                     -                            -
 Charges for Service                                         16,403                      12,707                    15,000                15,000                       64,000
 Operating Grants                                           622,292                     585,985                   607,000               607,000                      981,664
         Total Resources                                    638,762                     598,653                   622,000               622,000                    1,045,664

 Personal Services                                       1,008,863                     1,001,607              1,206,207              1,206,207                     2,619,644
 Materials & Services                                      429,737                       433,192                443,900                443,900                       937,350
 Capital Outlay                                              1,203                         1,955                  2,625                  2,625                         9,200
 Other                                                      27,791                             -                      -                      -                        32,000
        Total Expenditures                               1,467,595                     1,436,754              1,652,732              1,652,732                     3,598,194

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                      (828,832)                    (838,101)           (1,030,732)              (1,030,732)                  (2,552,530)


 Fund Summary
 General Fund                                            1,467,595                     1,436,754              1,652,732              1,652,732                     3,598,194

 Total Budget by Fund                                    1,467,595                     1,436,754              1,652,732              1,652,732                     3,598,194

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                     20.00                     20.00                     20.00                    20.00                         19.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                 0.00                      0.00                      0.00                     0.00                          0.00




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual                            Employees per 1,000 population
value)

     50%                                                                                     0.50

     40%

     30%

     20%      16.7%                       15.0%                                                        0.26             0.26          0.25           0.25
                                                                                             0.25                                                                   0.24
     10%                                                                 7.9%

                                                         0.0%
      0%
                            -0.2%
     -10%

     -20%                                                                                    0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial                2003 Annual      2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted                        Actual           Actual       Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted




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                                                               Overview
Department Head Message
      The Assessment Department is a multifaceted organization. Our primary responsibility is to value real and personal property, and
administers taxes based on statutes of our governing bodies. We administer special programs, for example: tax exemptions for veteran’s,
religious and charitable organizations, as well as deferrals, such as: farm and forest, senior, disabled, and historic.

     This office is responsible for the maintenance of a valuation and administration database that is used by various county, city, and state
departments; commercial industries, and the public. As part of this maintenance, Assessment updates changes to physical property, and
chain of title/ownership, including situs and mailing addresses.

      Cartography is responsible for the base mapping for the County’s Geographic Information System. These maps are used by many
different organizations, including Emergency Services.

    To summarize, Assessment is a department for valuation, administration of taxes, as well as a resource to many customers due to the
amount of records this department maintains.

Accomplishments
  þ Reappraised all manufactured homes in parks and created manufactured home park neighborhood market areas.
  þ Updated commercial land tables and increased the number of residential neighborhood market areas to better reflect market
    trends. This increased land values and brought many properties out of compression, which in turn increased revenue for the county
    and other taxing districts.
  þ Entered all industrial property data into Proval
  þ Audited and corrected all Historical property accounts
  þ Improved service on our Website by adding current tax statements, providing a Glossary of Terms; adding tax reports such as
    district rates, tax rates by tax code area; and SAL reports.
  þ Created a “Frequently Asked Question” pamphlet to assist taxpayers and other departments to understand Oregon’s complex
    system of taxation.

Performance Measures
      Performance measures for the Assessment Department are largely the function of the Oregon Department of Revenue to ensure
continued Assessment and Tax grant funding for future years. These measures include review of all Assessment and Tax operations at the
technical level to ensure compliance with state mandates and to create uniformity within the property tax systems statewide. The Assessor
also establishes performance measures to ensure that quality customer service and data integrity is maintained.

05-07 Objectives
  ¨ Audit all industrial accounts.
  ¨ Begin audit of all property accounts.
  ¨ Begin physical reappraisal of all commercial property.
  ¨ Set-up study for commercial site improvement values.
  ¨ Implement and maintain new Building Codes Division program for manufactured structures previously processed through DMV.
  ¨ Implement new audit program for all personal property accounts.
  ¨ Upgrade valuation software to Proval Plus and integrate use of Tablet PC’s in fieldwork.
  ¨ Continue to improve customer service by enhancing and adding features to our web site.




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                                               Board of Commissioners
Department Head:   Board of Commissioners

Location:          Board of Commissioners and County Counsel: Benton Plaza, 408 SW Monroe, Corvallis.

Telephone:         (541) 766-6800

Fax:               (541) 766-6893

Purpose:           To provide the legislative and executive functions to ensure the legal and efficient administration of county affairs
                   including enactment of legal ordinances, orders, resolutions, and agreements; budgeting, and appointments to
                   citizen boards and committees. To provide for the administration of the county organization, including policies,
                   information distribution and cooperation with other public agencies and organizations.

Organization:      The department is composed of the Board of Commissioners, Board Support Staff, and County Counsel.




                       Board of Commissioners Department


                                                 Board of Commissioners
                                                   Board of Commissioners




                                     County Counsel                        Office Manager




                                       Paralegal *                           Office Staff



                                 * Also assists BOC Office Staff




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                                                                       Budget Summary

                                                      2003 Annual               2004 Annual             2005 Annual                2005 Annual               05 - 07 Biennial
                                                           Actual                    Actual                Adopted                    Adjusted                      Adopted

General Revenues                                               -                            -                       -                       -                              -
Charges for Service                                        254,148                       97,427                  52,755                  52,755                        100,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                                 227                           56                     -                       -                              -
Capital Grants/Contributions                                   -                            -                       -                       -                              -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                      -                            -                       -                       -                              -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                                  1,577                        1,340                   1,000                   1,000                          1,000
      Total Program Income                                 255,953                       98,823                  53,755                  53,755                        101,000

Personal Services                                         727,960                        728,797              748,385                  748,385                      1,564,622
Materials & Services                                      383,562                        342,195              292,573                  292,573                        667,657
Capital Outlay                                                -                              -                    -                        -                              -
Other                                                         -                              -                  3,037                    3,037                          1,000
        Total Expenditures                              1,111,521                      1,070,993            1,043,995                1,043,995                      2,233,279

Surplus / (Deficit)                                       (855,568)                    (972,170)                (990,240)             (990,240)                     (2,132,279)


Fund Summary
General Fund                                            1,111,521                      1,070,993            1,043,995                1,043,995                      2,233,279
                                                        1,111,521                      1,070,993            1,043,995                1,043,995                      2,233,279

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                     11.70                        9.90                    9.60                       9.60                          9.10
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                  NA                          NA                     0.30                       0.30                          0.30

2003 - 2004 statistics have been changed to reflect history of new 2005 organization model




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                            Employees per 1,000 population
value)



     15%                                                                                       0.50


     10%
                                                                         7.2%

      5%

              0.3%                                      0.0%
      0%                                                                                       0.25


     -5%                    -3.6%         -2.8%                                                          0.15
                                                                                                                        0.13            0.12             0.12            0.11
     -10%


     -15%                                                                                      0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial                  2003 Annual    2004 Annual     2005 Annual      2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted                          Actual         Actual         Adopted          Adjusted        Adopted




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                                                            Overview
Department Head Message
      The Board of Commissioners office completed a full year of business under redesigned staffing arrangement. Remaining to be filled
is the Policy Advisory position. When that position is filled, the office will be fully staffed.

     Our partnership with Lane County government in sharing the services of a Public Information Officer continues to be a successful
venture. The shared efficiency of working for both counties, who are similar in make-up, and types of projects encountered, makes for
greater value in the service.




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                                                  Board of Commissioners
                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                   -                   -                   -                      -
Charges for Service                             52,128              51,288                   -                   -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions                     198                   -                   -                   -                      -
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                   -                   -                   -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                   -                   -                   -                      -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                   -                   -                   -                      -
      Total Program Income                      52,326              51,288                   -                   -                      -

Personal Services                              596,193             549,405            560,172             560,172              1,149,510
Materials & Services                           293,207             279,055            220,790             220,790                517,333
Capital Outlay                                       -                   -                  -                   -                      -
Other                                                -                   -                  -                   -                      -
        Total Expenditures                     889,400             828,460            780,962             780,962              1,666,843

Surplus/(Deficit)                             (837,074)           (777,172)          (780,962)           (780,962)            (1,666,843)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                 7.60               7.60                    7.10
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                 0.00               0.00                    0.00

Purpose:     Three elected commissioners serve as the governing body and Chief Executive Officer of the County. As the governing body,
             they enact ordinances, orders, resolutions, and agreements; set policy for the County's operations and direction; and act as a
             quasi-judicial body to rule upon land use and other decisions. As the Chief Executive Officer, they appoint and oversee
             non-elected department heads, and set budget, human resources and financial policies of appointed and elected officials.
             They establish strategic plans and goals, promulgate information to the public, and foster cooperation with other public
             agencies and organizations.

Accomplishments
 þ Continued refining Chapter 13, Social Gatherings, to ensure a better process that is more functional.
 þ Obtained funding to restore the barn at Beazell Memorial Forest. The barn will be used as a research and classroom facility for
   schools and the community.
 þ Approved and entered into the first year of a biennial budget. Benton County is the first county in Oregon to do so.
 þ Received $245,560 to fund Title II projects, and $301,062 to fund Title III projects under the Secure Rural Schools and Community
   Self-Determination Act.
 þ Identified and prioritized ten marquee projects from the County's Strategic Plan. At least eight of the projects have been
   implemented or have had activity towards implementation.
 þ Developed and enacted an ordinance to process Measure 37 claims.
 þ Convened affected agencies to discuss the Oregon Forest Land - Urban Interface Fire Protection Act.
 þ Met regularly with local, State, and Federal representatives to discuss local concerns and interests.
 þ The Cardwell Hill Restorative program was designated as an Oregon Solutions project by Governor Kulongoski.
 þ Produced and distributed the first Benton County Annual Report.
 þ Funding received to open three federally qualified health centers - Corvallis, Lincoln School, and Monroe. Last year, the Lincoln
   School and Monroe Clinics provided services to 1,570 people. When the two new clinics are at full capacity operation, we
   anticipate serving more than 3,000 people.
 þ Continued quarterly meetings with Benton County taxing jurisdictions. With representatives from each of the County's
   incorporated cities, school districts, Oregon State University and Linn Benton Community College.
 þ Increased communication to residents through monthly "appearance" on Valley Talk radio show and disbursement of information
   through increased releases, editorial comment, and other media outlets.
 þ Finalized the transfer of county roads within Albany City limits to the City of Albany.
 þ Continued implementation of countywide cultural proficiencies initiatives. The Intercultural Development Inventory was
   administered to all county employees.
 þ Commissioners forwarded a resolution to Oregon's congressional delegation, asking that they support a comprehensive effort to
   combat the local, statewide and national methamphetamine epidemic and, through the auspices of the Willamette Criminal Justice
   Council, supported establishment of a methamphetamine task force in Benton County.

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Objectives
  ¨ Refining the County's sustainability policy and improving the quality of life in Benton County will balance environmental
    protection, economic development, and services to provide for future generations.
  ¨ The Cardwell Hill Restoration was designated by Oregon Governor Ted Kulongoski as an Oregon Solutions Project. The Mary's
    River Watershed Council proposed this project to bring together landowners who wish to engage in preserving and enhancing
    natural features on their property without imposed measures by regulatory agencies.
  ¨ A countywide habitat conservation planning effort to secure $700,000 in federal funds for a three-year study and plan to identify
    and provide protection for two invertebrate species, five plant species, and five vertebrate species.
  ¨ Beazell Education Center - Following nearly a year of careful planning, the center will be developed as a resource for schools and
    forest-related research.
  ¨ Of utmost importance is the renewal of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act - The Act funds schools,
    roads, county public safety, health, and other critical services to residents. It provides resources for trails, forests, and habitat on
    federal lands in Benton County. Many of these projects have included forest work crews, search and rescue missions, conservation
    easements, forest fire prevention and abatement, and forest education. Of all land in Benton County, 16 percent is non-taxable
    federal forestland. From 2000-03, Benton County received $9.9 million from the Act. Without the Act, receipts from timber
    payments would have been $653,017, a 93 percent reduction! Federal forest safety net dollars are about $5 million annually.
  ¨ Benton County received funding to open federally qualified health centers - Corvallis, Lincoln School, and Monroe. Last year, the
    Lincoln School and Monroe Clinics provided services to 1,570 people. When the two new clinics begin full capacity operations,
    we anticipate serving more than 3,000 people.
  ¨ The Sheriff's Office and the Corvallis Police Department began initiatives that will increase effectiveness and efficiencies of the
    departments through collaborative endeavors. Some of those endeavors are the development of the single computer information
    network, intergovernmental agreement on response coverage within the City and County, and Co-location of detectives for daily
    briefing and joint operations. Other efficiencies are in process and more opportunities will be begun throughout the coming year.




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                                                        County Counsel
                                         2003 Annual           2004 Annual     2005 Annual        2005 Annual           05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual                Actual        Adopted            Adjusted                  Adopted

 General Revenues                                 -                    -                -                   -                      -
 Charges for Service                          152,114                  -                -                   -                      -
 Operating Grants/Contributions                    30                   56              -                   -                      -
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                          -                -                   -                      -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                        -                    -                -                   -                      -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                      -                    -                -                   -                      -
       Total Program Income                   152,144                   56              -                   -                      -

 Personal Services                            121,877             170,155           178,284            178,284                 394,437
 Materials & Services                          50,101              23,610            30,994             30,994                  66,936
 Capital Outlay                                   -                   -                 -                  -                       -
 Other                                            -                   -                 -                  -                       -
         Total Expenditures                   171,978             193,764           209,278            209,278                 461,373

 Surplus/(Deficit)                            (19,834)            (193,709)        (209,278)           (209,278)              (461,373)

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                   NA               2.00               2.00                    2.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                   NA               0.00               0.00                    0.00

Purpose:    Counsel provides legal advice to the Board of Commissioners and county officials on civil matters and represents the county
            in all civil administrative and enforcement proceedings. Counsel drafts ordinances, reviews contracts and other agreements.

Accomplishments
 þ Researched and advised county on same-sex marriage issues.
 þ Defended county in litigation over same-sex marriage license decision.
 þ Worked with BOC and staff on BEC project proposals and grant issues.
 þ Researched, drafted and finalized HIPAA privacy policies.
 þ Operated as AIC ASD Department Head for 5 months.
 þ Researched and reviewed statutory changes to contract law and began revision of County Contracting Code.
 þ Assisted insurance defense counsel in several litigation issues.
 þ Prepared and presented material for legal seminar before the Oregon State Bar.
 þ Reviewed, researched and drafted emergency and permanent Measure 37 processing ordinances.
 þ Advised BOC and staff on Measure 37 requirements and implications.

Performance Measures:
                     Measure                      00-01           01-02        02-03           03-04            04-05       Target
Two-day turn around time on contracts.                   99%           99%          95%           100%              99%           95%

Objectives
 ¨ Revise County Contract Code
 ¨ Ensure land uses and Measure 37 claims are processed and handled lawfully and appropriately.
 ¨ Work with Health Department on Health Center issues.




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                                                          Law Library
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual      2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual            Adopted          Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Charges for Service                             49,906             46,139            52,755             52,755               100,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                      1,577              1,340             1,000              1,000                 1,000
      Total Program Income                      51,484             47,479            53,755             53,755               101,000

Personal Services                                9,890              9,237             9,929              9,929                20,675
Materials & Services                            40,254             39,531            40,789             40,789                83,388
Capital Outlay                                       -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Other                                                -                  -             3,037              3,037                 1,000
        Total Expenditures                      50,144             48,769            53,755             53,755               105,063

Surplus/(Deficit)                                1,340             (1,290)                 -                  -                (4,063)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                0.00               0.00                  0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                0.30               0.30                  0.30

Purpose:    Maintain legal reference materials available to the legal community and citizens. The Office of County Counsel oversees the
            Law Library.

Accomplishments
  þ Successfully maintained material collection despite steady cost increases.

Performance Measures:
     N/A

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to refine and streamline law library materials and direction.
  ¨ Maintain updated and relevant resources in face of increasing materials costs.




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                                           Community Development
Department Head:   Peter Idema, Development Director

Location:          Avery Complex
                   360 SW Avery Avenue
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6819

FAX:               (541) 766-6891

Organization:      The Community Development Director is appointed and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Commissioners.
                   Major functions include processing land use planning applications, responding to public inquiries on a variety of
                   land development issues, enforcing the County and State land use and building codes, and providing building
                   inspection services.

                   The Planning Commission, which is appointed by the Board of Commissioners, has quasi-judicial responsibilities
                   in land use planning and zoning matters. The Historic Resources Commission, also appointed by the Board,
                   advises the County on historic preservation issues.




                       Community Development Department


                                                       Board of
                                                        Board of
                                                     Commissioners
                                                      Commissioners




                                                       Community
                                                       Development
                                                         Director




                                                                         Building
                                          Planning
                                                                        Inspection




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                                                                      Budget Summary



                                                  2002           2003 Annual           2004 Annual           2005 Annual         2005 Annual               05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual               Actual                Actual               Adopted            Adjusted                       Adopted

General Revenues                                1,221                   800                   801                   -                       -                          -
Charges for Service                           365,720               507,762               474,919               529,974                 529,974                  1,119,993
Operating Grants                                2,500                 7,639                21,098                 4,841                  32,341                      3,682
Capital Grants                                      0                   -                     -                     -                       -                          -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           0                   -                  69,339                   -                       -                          -
          Total Resources                     369,441               516,202               566,157               534,815                 562,315                  1,123,675

Personal Services                             484,649               538,316               569,800               602,156                 617,156                  1,431,714
Materials & Services                          207,967               207,998               244,099               289,355                 301,855                    530,950
Capital Outlay                                      0                   -                     -                     -                       -                          -
Other                                               0                   -                     -                  15,300                  15,300                     32,611
         Total Expenditures                   692,616               746,314               813,899               906,811                 934,311                  1,995,275

Surplus / (Deficit)                          -323,175              (230,112)             (247,741)              (371,996)            (371,996)                    (871,600)


Fund Summary
General Fund                                  692,616               746,314               813,899               906,811                 934,311                  1,995,275
Total Budget by Fund                          692,616               746,314               813,899               906,811                 934,311                  1,995,275

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        9.66                   9.20                 8.65                  8.45                    8.45                        9.45
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                     0.00                 0.40                 0.35                    0.35                        0.30




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                       Employees per 1,000 population
value)



     20%                                                                                   0.30

     18%

     16%

     14%
                                                                                           0.20
     12%

     10%                    9.1%          9.5%
              7.8%                                                                                    0.12         0.11                                         0.12
     8%                                                                                                                          0.11              0.11
                                                                         6.8%
                                                                                           0.10
     6%

     4%                                                   3.1%

     2%

     0%                                                                                    0.00
           2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial              2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual    2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
              Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted         Adopted                      Actual        Actual       Adopted        Adjusted        Adopted




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                                                               Overview
Department Head Message
      With seven FTE reporting directly to the Community Development Director, this department is one of the County's smallest. But it is
also a department where each employee interacts extensively with the public. Therefore, providing excellent customer service is one of the
department's highest objectives.

     Our goal for the Building division is to be a self-supported program. Based on the current trend this fiscal year, we anticipate a slight
carryover at the end of the year, which will help offset next year if building activity decreases.

     The adoption of Measure 37 presents new challenges to the department. While in comparison to other counties, the number of
applications may be relatively low, we do anticipate implementation of this law will increase significantly the staff work load in terms of
number of public hearings, meetings with property owners, and processing of claims.




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                                             Development Administration

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                  800                801                  -                 -                      -
Charges for Service                           430,935            391,328            426,707           426,707                922,417
Operating Grants                                  139                  -              1,841             1,841                  3,682
Capital Grants                                      -                  -                  -                 -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -             69,339                  -                 -                      -
         Total Resources                      431,875            461,468            428,548           428,548                926,099

Personal Services                             250,205            272,370            295,842           295,842                610,786
Materials & Services                          112,331            134,180            117,406           117,406                282,702
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                  -                 -                      -
Other                                               -                  -             15,300            15,300                 32,611
        Total Expenditures                    362,536            406,550            428,548           428,548                926,099

Surplus / (Deficit)                            69,339             54,919                  -                  -                      -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                NA                 4.25               4.25                  5.42
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA                 0.30               0.30                  0.10

Purpose:     Implement the County's Comprehensive Plan, administer the County's land use, historic preservation, and flood plain
             programs, assist the public with land use questions, and manage the public process associated with land use actions.

Performance Measures:
 • Render decisions (zoning compliance) for permitted use requests within two weeks of receiving a complete application (recognizing
    that this process is reliant upon Building and Environmental Health divisions). Goal: 90%
 • Apprise the Board of Commissioners of proposed changes to land use laws in a timely manner. Goal: 100%
 • Ensure staff has the training necessary to become proficient in the operation of the Permits Plus System and other computer systems
    (GIS, Ascend, etc.). Goal: 100%
 • Acknowledge land use complaints within 30 days and within 60 days determine what course of action the County will pursue. Goal:
    80%
 • Return phone calls within 24 hours. Goal 90%
 • Render staff-level land use decisions within 6 weeks of receiving completed applications. Goal: 90%

Objectives
 ¨ Complete the update of the Benton County Comprehensive Plan.
 ¨ Update the Benton County Development Code to implement the Benton County Comprehensive Plan.
 ¨ Complete the NPDES Discharge Plan for the Corvallis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).
 ¨ Complete the Unincorporated Communities project.
 ¨ Continue to provide excellent customer service.




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                                       Building Regulations & Code Services

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual           2005 Annual    2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual              Adopted        Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                   -                -                     -
Charges for Service                            76,827             83,591             103,267          103,267               197,576
Operating Grants                                7,500             21,098               3,000           30,500                     -
Capital Grants                                      -                  -                   -                -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                   -                -                     -
         Total Resources                       84,327            104,689             106,267          133,767               197,576

Personal Services                             288,111            297,430             306,314          321,314               820,928
Materials & Services                           95,667            109,920             171,949          184,449               248,248
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                   -                -                     -
Other                                               -                  -                   -                -                     -
        Total Expenditures                    383,778            407,349             478,263          505,763             1,069,176

Surplus / (Deficit)                          (299,451)          (302,660)            (371,996)       (371,996)             (871,600)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                 4.20             4.20                  4.03
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                 0.35             0.35                  0.30

Purpose:     Administer and enforce the provisions of the State building codes.

Accomplishments



Performance Measures:
  • Maintain required State certifications. Goal: 100%
  • Investigate code enforcement complaint within 14 days and take appropriate actions to bring the buildings into compliance. Goal:
    90%
  • Complete building plans reviews within 10 working days for single family and 21 days for commercial, unless they need to be
    submitted for Fire, Life and Safety. Goal: 90%
  • Conduct same-day inspections for requests received prior to 7:30 a.m. Goal: 90%

Objectives
  ¨ Continue excellent customer service.
  ¨ Maintain the self-sufficiency of the program.
  ¨ Implement program to allow use of debit and credit cards for payment of permits.




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                                                                           District Attorney
Department Head:      Scott Heiser, District Attorney

Location:             Benton County Courthouse
                      120 NW 4th Street
                      Corvallis

Telephone:            (541) 766-6815

FAX:                  (541) 766-6701

Mission:              It is the mission of the District Attorney’s office to protect the public from crime; safeguard children from abuse
                      and neglect; enforce the rights of children and families to receive child support; assist and advise crime victims;
                      and foster a respect for the rule of law.

Organization:         The District Attorney is a non-partisan, elected official who represents the State of Oregon in a wide variety of
                      legal actions, including criminal, juvenile delinquency, juvenile dependency and child support enforcement
                      proceedings. The office of District Attorney was created by the Oregon Constitution in 1859. The duties of the
                      office are established by the Oregon Legislature. The majority of office expenses are borne by local funds.




                                                              District                                      Board of
                                                         District Attorney                                Commissioners
                                                              Attorney




               WCJC                                          Criminal                                       Child Support
             Coordinator                                   Enforcement                                      Enforcement




                                           Victim                               MDT
                                         Assistance                          Coordination




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                                                                      Budget Summary

                                                      2003 Annual              2004 Annual            2005 Annual               2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                           Actual                   Actual               Adopted                   Adjusted                     Adopted

 General Revenues                                               353                     2,349                     -                      -                            -
 Charges for Service                                         63,303                    68,906                  75,000                 75,000                      165,600
 Operating Grants/Contributions                             312,818                   401,185                 304,176                304,176                      595,352
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                   -                         -                    42,318                 42,318                          -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                      -                         -                       -                      -                            -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                                189,982                   212,912                 178,318                178,318                      255,029
       Total Program Income                                 566,456                   685,351                 599,812                599,812                    1,015,981

 Personal Services                                       1,008,472                     998,738               1,129,192            1,129,192                     2,388,840
 Materials & Services                                      368,109                     424,089                 616,731              616,731                     1,232,720
 Capital Outlay                                                244                         -                     1,600                1,600                         2,500
 Other                                                         -                           -                    82,568               82,568                        52,321
         Total Expenditures                              1,376,825                   1,422,827               1,830,091            1,830,091                     3,676,381

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                       (810,369)                 (737,475)           (1,230,279)             (1,230,279)                   (2,660,400)


 Fund Summary
 General Fund                                            1,348,209                   1,398,965               1,716,279            1,716,279                     3,530,400
 Trust Fund                                                 28,615                      23,862                 113,812              113,812                       145,981
 Total Budget by Fund                                    1,376,825                   1,422,827               1,830,091            1,830,091                     3,676,381

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                     16.00                    16.94                   16.44                    16.44                         16.60
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                 NA                       NA                      1.20                     1.20                          1.20




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                         Employees per 1,000 population
value)



     50%                                                                                    1.00


     40%
                                                                                            0.75
     30%
                                          22.8%
     20%                                                                                    0.50


     10%
                             3.3%                                       3.7%                                         0.21          0.22           0.22           0.22
               0.7%                                                                         0.25      0.20
                                                         0.0%
      0%


     -10%                                                                                   0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial                 2003 Annual    2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted                         Actual         Actual       Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted




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                                                                Overview
Department Head Message
      It is the mission of the District Attorney's office to protect the public from crime; safeguard children from abuse and neglect; enforce
the rights of children and families to receive child support; assist and advise crime victims; and foster a respect for the rule of law.

      The State used to fund a significant percentage of the cost of prosecuting adult criminal offenders. That is no longer the case. State
funds to cover the costs of extradition, witness fees and deputy district attorney salaries have all been drastically reduced. Further, the State
has reduced funding for courts, indigent defense and state corrections. It is fair to conclude that Oregon's criminal justice system is being
strained to the limits of reason by the funding decisions the State has made in this area.




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                                                  Criminal Enforcement

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual       2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted           Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                   353                592                 0                  0                      0
Charges for Service                             63,303             68,906            75,000             75,000                150,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                  54,927             61,602            30,000             30,000                 60,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                  -                 -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                            -                 -                  -                      -
Beginning Balance                                 -                  -                 -                  -                      -
      Total Program Income                    118,582            131,100           105,000            105,000                210,000

Personal Services                              732,343            736,407            862,530           862,530              1,825,674
Materials & Services                           266,860            307,304            309,105           309,105                702,277
Capital Outlay                                     244                  0                600               600                  1,500
Other                                             -                  -                  -                 -                      -
        Total Expenditures                    999,447          1,043,711          1,172,235         1,172,235              2,529,451

Surplus/(Deficit)                            (880,865)          (912,611)        (1,067,235)        (1,067,235)           (2,319,451)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                NA                12.00             12.00                  12.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA                 0.80              0.80                   0.80

Purpose:     Enforce state criminal law. Review investigations and determine when and whether to initiate legal action on behalf of the
             state. Represent the state in legal proceedings in any cases filed including adult criminal, juvenile delinquency, juvenile
             dependency, involuntary mental commitments and drug asset forfeiture proceedings. Provide legal advice and training to law
             enforcement agencies. Coordinate the Benton County Child Abuse Response Team (CART), the Multidisciplinary Team and
             the Benton County Child Fatality Review Team (collectively the Benton County Multidisciplinary Team, or MDT);
             coordinate the Benton County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART).

Accomplishments
 þ With the encouragement of the Oregon Attorney General and endorsement of Willamette Criminal Justice Council, Benton
   County's local public safety coordinating committee, the Benton County DA is in the second year of implementing a Sexual Assault
   Response Team comprised of local law enforcement personnel, members from the local medical community and representatives of
   victim advocacy groups. The purpose of this team is to ensure a coordinated, victim sensitive and aggressive response in all sexual
   assault cases.
 þ The Benton County DA Victim Services Division, working in conjunction with the Willamette Criminal Justice Council, has
   implemented a DUII victim impact panel and all Benton County DUII offenders are required to attend this compelling program.
   The victim impact panel presents the real world consequences of driving while impaired. The victim impact panel is in its second
   year of operation.
 þ With strong support from local law enforcement, the Benton County Multi-Disciplinary Team (run by the DA's office) is in its sixth
   year of implementation and operation of the Child Abuse Response Team (CART). The CART is comprised of specially trained
   detectives from member law enforcement agencies, a Department of Human Services Child Protection caseworker, a District
   Attorney's victim advocate and Deputy District Attorney. The implementation of the Benton County CART was identified as a top
   priority for Juvenile Justice Task Force and the Benton County Commission on Children and Families/Yes for Kids. CART
   membership has been expanded to include members of the Benton County Juvenile Department and the Court Appointed Special
   Advocates office. However, due to state budget cuts, the Oregon State Police & the Philomath Police have pulled their detective
   from this team.
 þ Both the Benton County DA and CART maintain a close working relationship with the Linn County Child Victim Assessment
   Center (known as the ABC House) and the DA is now contracting all child abuse assessment, interview and medical examination
   services from the ABC House. The Benton County DA serves on the Board of Directors of the ABC House. The DA secured grant
   funding to cover $20,000 to help cover the annual salary for the ABC House in-house physician.
 þ Oregon's 35 other district attorneys elected the Benton County DA to serve as the Vice President of the Oregon District Attorneys
   Association
 þ At the request of the National District Attorneys Association, the Oregon Justice Department and the Oregon District Attorneys
   Association, the Benton County DA continues to provide statewide substantive and procedural training to all Oregon prosecutors
   and prosecutors from around the nation. Further, we have provided training to local law enforcement agencies either directly or
   through their members on the Benton County major crimes team.


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  þ Because of the work and cooperation between the DA, a trial judge, the Benton County Juvenile Department, the defense bar and
    local substance abuse professionals, Benton County has implemented a juvenile drug court.

Performance Measures:
      In calendar year 2004, this office prosecuted 2,668 defendants (783 felony defendants and 1,885 misdemeanor defendants). By
comparison, this is a 14% increase over the number of defendants prosecuted in 1999, and a 6% increase over 2002. The caseload for the
last three calendar years has been running at record levels. We see no relief in sight for the future.

      The number of criminal charges submitted by law enforcement for prosecution by the DA is running near an all-time high. In 2004,
law enforcement submitted 5,991 charges for prosecution by this office. By comparison this is a 25% increase over the number of charges
submitted for prosecution in 1999 and a 5% increase when compared to 2002. As with the number of criminal defendants, we see no relief
in sight for future years.

Objectives
  ¨ Manage a substantially increased and complex caseload with less attorney staff than we had in 1999.
  ¨ Continue to support the Child Abuse Response Team (CART) and advocate for law enforcement's efforts to obtain more
    investigative resources for the CART. Continue to support the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and advocate for law
    enforcement's efforts to obtain more investigative resources for the SART.
  ¨ Provide training to local law enforcement via case specific feedback and at regularly scheduled training sessions.




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                                               Victim Assistance Programs
                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                      -              1,757                   -                   -                      -
Charges for Service                                   -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions                   92,569             95,802              60,000              60,000                120,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Beginning Balance                                     -                  -                   -                   -                      -
      Total Program Income                       92,569             95,802              60,000              60,000                120,000

Personal Services                              138,707             137,463             134,575            134,575                 275,445
Materials & Services                            25,177              27,062              31,208             31,208                  68,100
Capital Outlay                                       -                   -                 500                500                   1,000
Other                                                -                   -                   -                  -                       -
        Total Expenditures                     163,884             164,525             166,283            166,283                 344,545

Surplus/(Deficit)                               (71,315)           (68,723)           (106,283)           (106,283)              (224,545)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                 2.44                2.44                   2.60
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                 0.00                0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     The purpose of this division is to assist the victims and survivors of crime, especially those who have been victims of violent
             crime.

Accomplishments
 þ Continued to serve all victims despite the increase in the number of victims of major criminal events without adding staff.
   Recruited and trained college practicum students and volunteers necessary to comply with all Victim of Crime Act (a federal grant
   that funds more than 50% of this reporting unit's budget) requirements and, more importantly, to meet the needs of crime victims.
 þ Obtained grant funding necessary to support this department's current operational needs.
 þ Exceeded our recruitment and training goals for practicum students and victim assistance volunteers.
 þ Played a key role in operating a victim impact panel for driving under the influence of intoxicants cases.

Performance Measures:
     In 2004, we provided 1,967 victims of all types of crimes (adult and juvenile) with a full spectrum of services (from soliciting
sentencing and restitution input from the victims to accompanying and supporting families of homicide victims plus rape, sodomy and
assault victims through the entire court process). In 2003 the number of victims served was 1,811 and in 1999 the number of victims served
was 1,627. Thus, 2004 represents an 8% increase compared to 2003 but a 12% increase when compared to 1999.

Objectives
 ¨ Recruit and train no less than two victim assistance volunteers within the year. Recruit, train and use at least one college practicum
   for each college quarter to assist in providing basic victim services.




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                                                 Child Support Enforcement
                                            2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Charges for Service                                    -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Operating Grants/Contributions                    81,441             151,736            125,000             125,000                 250,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Beginning Balance                                      -                   -                  -                   -                       -
      Total Program Income                        81,441             151,736            125,000             125,000                 250,000

Personal Services                                120,444             110,145            111,987             111,987                 246,704
Materials & Services                              32,099              31,800             54,274              54,274                 114,700
Capital Outlay                                         -                   -                500                 500                       -
Other                                                  -                   -                  -                   -                       -
        Total Expenditures                       152,542             141,945            166,761             166,761                 361,404

Surplus/(Deficit)                                (71,101)              9,791             (41,761)            (41,761)              (111,404)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                            NA                  NA                 2.00                2.00                   2.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                  NA                 0.00                0.00                   0.00

Purpose:      The purpose of the child support enforcement unit is to enforce child support obligations in accordance with state and federal
              regulations.

Accomplishments
  þ On average, the Benton County DA's office collects more than $250,000 per month in child support payments. The Child Support
    Division collection rate continues to increase, despite both a significant downturn in the statewide economy and the budget cuts to
    this division in FY 01-02.
  þ Our support enforcement paralegals are actively involved in several statewide committees designed to guide Oregon's child
    support policy makers on methods to improve the state child support enforcement system.

Performance Measures:
      This office is currently managing just under 800 active child support cases with 2.0 FTE (plus the support of a criminal deputy district
attorney who splits his time between a full time criminal caseload and assisting the support enforcement division with their work). This
caseload has increased by more than 20% in the last five years. Despite the growing caseload, our staff count in this division was reduced by
1.0 FTE (from 3 FTE to 2). This office is particularly fortunate to have two highly skilled child support paralegals who can get a large
volume work done.

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to serve an expanding caseload with very limited resources. Be prepared to implement any major changes that the
    Department Of Human Resources may have in mind for this practice area.




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                                                       Special Projects
                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                                -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions                54,907             60,271             60,000             60,000                120,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Beginning Balance                            145,296            167,866            136,000            136,000                170,000
      Total Program Income                   200,203            228,137            196,000            196,000                290,000

Personal Services                                  -                   -                 -                  -                      -
Materials & Services                          32,336              48,784           211,000            211,000                295,000
Capital Outlay                                     -                   -                 -                  -                      -
Other                                              -                   -                 -                  -                      -
        Total Expenditures                    32,336              48,784           211,000            211,000                295,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                            167,866            179,353             (15,000)           (15,000)                (5,000)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:    Multi-disciplinary Team: Under ORS 418.747, the District Attorney is charged with the duty to coordinate a
            multi-disciplinary team (MDT) that is responsible for ensuring that child abuse cases are investigated and handled
            appropriately and according to all written protocol set by the MDT (this includes all adult criminal cases, all juvenile
            delinquency cases and all juvenile dependency cases). The MDT is also charged with conducting all child fatality reviews.
            The MDT is funded by an annual grant and does not receive any general fund money from the county. The MDT is comprised
            of officials from law enforcement, SCF, schools, Child Care Division, Health Department and the courts. The DA’s MDT
            responsibilities are assigned to members of the criminal enforcement division of the DA’s office.

            Data Systems Integration: This account is funded entirely from sources outside of the County (e.g., grants or contributions
            from other jurisdictions) and is used to manage the fiscal affairs of the Oregon District Attorney’s Association Case
            Management Steering Committee (DACMS Steering Committee). DACMS Steering Committee is charged with the
            responsibility of coordinating the upgrading and integration of the District Attorney Case Management System that the
            Benton County DA’s office developed in conjunction with the Willamette Criminal Justice Council and 21 other Oregon
            District Attorney Offices.




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                                          Willamette Criminal Justice Council

                                           2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual              Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Charges for Service                                   -                   -                   -                  -                  15,600
Operating Grants/Contributions                   28,974              31,774              29,176             29,176                  45,352
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                   -              42,318             42,318                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                          44,686              45,045              42,318             42,318                  85,029
      Total Program Income                       73,660              76,819             113,812            113,812                 145,981

Personal Services                                16,979              14,723              20,100             20,100                  41,017
Materials & Services                             11,636               9,139              11,144             11,144                  52,643
Capital Outlay                                        -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Other                                                 -                   -              82,568             82,568                  52,321
        Total Expenditures                       28,615              23,862             113,812            113,812                 145,981

Surplus/(Deficit)                                45,045              52,957                    -                   -                      -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                  NA                 0.00                0.00                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                  NA                 0.40                0.40                   0.40

Purpose:      The WCJC was created in 1993 to improve criminal justice services provided to the citizens of Benton County. The bylaws
              provide that the WCJC shall (1) Promote and facilitate fair, efficient and coordinated criminal justice services in Benton
              County; (2) Provide long-range planning for delivery of criminal justice services in Benton County; (3) Provide timely
              information to governmental agencies and to the public on criminal justice matters of local concern; (4) Perform the duties of
              a local public safety coordinating council as required by law; (5) Promote and facilitate the coordination of policy and
              long-range planning for criminal justice services and agencies in Benton County.
Budget Note:      Each of the member organizations contributes dues to the WCJC and Benton County acts as the fiscal agent for the
                  WCJC. The WCJC coordinator is assigned to the DA's office for payroll purposes, though this employee is devoted
                  solely to the work of the council.

       Since its creation, and in addition to its original charge, the Board of Commissioners assigned the WCJC the responsibility of serving
as Benton County's Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC), as required under ORS 423.560. The LPSCC is responsible for
developing and recommending to the BOC a plan for the use of: (a) State money to serve the needs of adult offenders and (b) State and local
resources to serve the needs of offenders between the ages of 15 and 18, including prevention, treatment, education, employment and
intervention strategies. (c) As a result of Senate Bill 133, LPSCC's are also required to establish Early Disposition Programs (EDPs) for
first-time offenders who have committed a non-person offense and for persons charged with probation violations. The Oregon Criminal
Justice Commission receives reports on EDPs every two years from each county.

      Some examples of WCJC projects and activities include (not a complete list):

  • Promoting restorative justice through facilitating the implementation of a DUII Victim Impact Panel of Benton County that began
      operating in March of 2002
  •   Encouraging coordination and cooperation among law enforcement agencies - 8 initiatives were a result of the Law Enforcement
      Restructuring Research Project, which the WCJC supported;
  •   Supporting the adult and juvenile Benton County Drug Treatment Court;
  •   Enhancing relationships between OSU students, law enforcement and the community;
  •   Studied the viability of creating and operating a mental health court and availability of grant funds for possible future
      implementation.
  •   Hold annual work sessions to examine the impact of State and local budget cuts on the local criminal justice system. The members
      believed that the best way for each agency to manage their resources was to look at their missions as part of a system, and then
      collectively manage the system to get the highest level of service and efficiency for the public dollar. The process has enabled
      partner agencies to appreciate their interdependence and to recognize the value in working together to prioritize the allocation of
      limited community resources.
  •   The WCJC recognizes Benton County's need to have its own jail and members continue to work toward that goal.



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                                                                                      Fairgrounds
Department Head:   Bart Noll, Fairgrounds Manager

Location:          Benton County Fairgrounds
                   110 SW 53rd
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6521

Mission:

Organization:      County ordinance (BCC Chapter 16) assigns responsibility of overseeing management and operations of the fair
                   grounds to the Fair Board. The Fair Board is appointed by the Board of Commissioners. The Fair Manager is
                   hired and supervised by the Fair Board, but the position and all other employees are county employees for payroll
                   and representation purposes.




                                               Fairgrounds

                                                  Board of Commissioners
                                                    Board of Commissioners




                                                         Fair Board




                                                       Fair Manager




                                                        Support Staff




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                                                                      Budget Summary



                                                       2003 Annual                2004 Annual         2005 Annual            2005 Annual                 05 - 07 Biennial
                                                            Actual                     Actual             Adopted               Adjusted                         Adopted

 General Revenues                                                 -                        -                     -                      -                             -
 Charges for Services                                       515,103                  535,551               594,616                605,866                     1,377,707
 Operating Grants/Contributions                             114,620                  101,041                98,640                107,049                       503,500
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                     -                        -                     -                      -                        32,000
 Internal Fund Transfers/Loans                              338,500                  147,853               219,500                219,500                       616,600
 Beginning Bal                                              (53,298)                  (9,815)                    -                      -                             -
         Total Program Income                               914,924                  774,630               912,756                932,415                     2,529,807

 Personal Services                                          204,014                  205,938               237,485                250,334                       685,551
 Materials & Services                                       578,274                  524,259               641,261                653,711                     1,459,411
 Capital Outlay                                             142,451                   39,813                 4,370                 16,370                       354,600
 Other                                                            -                        -                29,640                 12,000                        30,245
         Total Expenditures                                 924,739                  770,010               912,756                932,415                     2,529,807

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                            (9,815)                4,620                       -                       -                                 -


 Fund Summary
 Fairgrounds Program                                        695,077                  741,732               912,756                932,415                     2,189,807
 Fair Capital Improvements                                  229,662                   28,279                     -                      -                       340,000
 Total Budget by Fund                                       924,739                  770,010               912,756                932,415                     2,529,807

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                      4.50                   4.40                   3.50                    3.50                            4.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent                                         NA                     NA                   2.11                    2.11                            3.61

 NOTE:
 Prior to 2005-07, Fairgrounds was presented within the Non-Departmental portion of the county budget




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                       Employees per 1,000 population
value)



     50%                                                                                  0.50

     40%                                                                  35.7%
                                                                                          0.40
     30%

     20%                                  16.2%
              13.5%                                                                       0.30

     10%
                                                         4.2%
                                                                                          0.20
      0%

     -10%                                                                                                                                                      0.09
                                                                                          0.10                                  0.07           0.07
                                                                                                    0.06          0.06
     -20%                   -16.7%

     -30%                                                                                 0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial               2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted                       Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted         Adopted




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                                                                Overview
Department Head Message
     The Fair Fund budget is now divided into four cost (revenue) centers. This reflects that the RV Park is a separate operation. Also, RV
Park revenues will no longer mask the true condition of Rentals. The new breakdown: Rentals, County Fair, Events, and RV Park.

      The Benton County Fairgrounds is undergoing significant change that will continue for many years. The RV Park is still growing
rapidly in its second year of operation. Revenue increased 170% last year and will increase 55% this year. Rental revenue is flat except for
horse stall rental which fluctuates year-to-year. Staff is putting emphasis on developing our own events that return more per day than
rentals. We have done rodeos and holiday bazaars for many years. This year we added monthly flea markets that are growing well. We
should outgrow the Auditorium by next fall. More self-produced events are in the works. The County Fair is struggling and will require
some rethinking to become profitable. The Fair should be a net-revenue producer over time, building a reserve to deal with bad-weather
years.

     Rentals is the most difficult cost center to grow. We are probably at maximum revenue with current facilities. The only growth
opportunity is raising rates. The economic study done by Markin Consulting recommends large rate increases based on market analysis.
The rate increases will probably include an increase in the service offered along with the rentals. Room set up and take down will likely be
included. We will probably phase the increases over two years. The budget does not reflect the rate increases pending Fair Board
consideration and action.

      The County Fair is mostly dependent on weather for its success. However, the Fair must also evolve with the times. We are putting
extra emphasis on attracting younger guests. This group has good disposable income and many will become life-long attendees. The
entertainment, event and marketing mix will reflect this change. We will also market to ethnic groups, especially Hispanic/Latino groups.
Other demographic groups will continue to get as much attention as in the past. The Fair will always be a mass-appeal event, but we will pay
more attention to specific markets to attract the masses.

      Events operation will see push for self-produced events. With the new Fair Coordinator position filled, the Manager and other staff
will have more time to develop new business. We are studying seasonal festivals, partnership arrangements with other organizations, and
single-day or partial-day events. Over the next five-plus years Events revenue should be the second to the County Fair. A secondary impact
will be the increase in RV Park revenue arising from these events.

      The RV Park will continue to grow in occupancy and rate level. Market forces determine our rates, but our marketing and location will
drive occupancy levels. So far we have achieved large growth through yellow page listings and limited efforts such as inclusion in OSU
Football season ticket mailings. More marketing is necessary. Monthly tenants are strong and will continue with OSU construction.
Monthly tenants will not interfere with higher-paying overnight guests at least until the summer of 2006. We have instituted contingency
plans to restrict monthly renters for 2005. Monthly renters pay about half the overnight rate. So far we are achieving or exceeding
projections. The summer of 2005 will be the big test of projections. We have no plans for expanding the RV Park, nor do we have the real
estate to do so.

      The big news on expenses is personnel. The new budget includes the addition of a half-time Fair Coordinator, with an add package for
the other half. We project that in future biennia we will have increased revenue enough to carry the position ourselves. Current staff is
overextended and has been since cuts made in 2001. We have achieved increased business despite a 45% cut in permanent staff (4.0 to
2.75). We made the Caretaker full-time last year and now it's time to add another FTE. This will make the work here do-able and will allow
us the resources to develop new business. To partially offset the added expense, we cut two office interns and two grounds crew positions,
all temporary. We have returning personnel in each area that should be able to pick up the slack.

      Materials and Services priorities items are Supplies and Operating Expense, Contractual Services, Advertising and Utilities.
Increased business activity results in more expense for supplies and utilities. Contractual Services and Advertising are directly related to the
Fair and new events, both of which require money for upgrade and marketing.




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                                                      Fairgrounds Operations

                                              2003 Annual          2004 Annual         2005 Annual          2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                                   Actual               Actual             Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                         -                     -                 -                   -                      -
Charges for Services                               515,103               535,551           594,616             605,866              1,377,707
Operating Grants/Contributions                      69,620                89,682            98,640             107,049                293,500
Capital Grants/Contributions                                 -                     -                    -                 -            32,000
Internal Fund Transfers/Loans                      109,500               112,945           219,500             219,500                486,600
Dedicated Beginning Bal                              4,408                 3,554                        -                 -                     -
        Total Program Income                       698,631               741,732           912,756             932,415              2,189,807

Personal Services                                  204,014               205,938           237,485             250,334                685,551
Materials & Services                               491,063               523,883           641,261             653,711              1,419,411
Capital Outlay                                               -            11,911             4,370              16,370                 54,600
Other                                                        -                     -        29,640              12,000                 30,245
         Total Expenditures                        695,077               741,732           912,756             932,415              2,189,807

Surplus / (Deficit)                                  3,554                   -                    -                  -                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                4.50               4.40                3.50                3.50                  4.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent                                 0.00               0.00                2.11                2.11                  3.61


Purpose:        Account for costs and revenues for operation of the Benton County Fairgrounds.

Budget Note:          Operating policies are delegated to the Fair Board under Benton County Code Chapter 16. The Fair Board evaluates the
                      Fair Manager who supervises daily activities and staff. The Board of Commissioners appoints the members of the Fair
                      Board. Employees are County employees subject to bargaining unit agreements and county personnel policies.

Accomplishments
 þ Completed Fair with no disease or security issues.
 þ Refurbished marquee sign.

Performance Measures
           Measure                       98-99                   99-00                 00-01                01-02                02-03
Fair attendance                                  60,200                  45,792                47,924               43,712               48,152
Fair receipts                               $300,200               $341,522              $373,525              $405,237             $389,578
Total use days per year                    1097 / 68%                      N/A                   N/A                     N/A               N/A
(utilization/%)

Objectives
 ¨ Increase campground revenue 75%.
 ¨ Increase Fair revenue.
 ¨ Begin repayment of no interest campground development loan made in 2002.
 ¨ Begin heavy maintenance program funded by general fund in cooperation with Facilities Division.




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                                           Capital Improvement Program
                                         2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual            Actual           Adopted               Adjusted          Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                   -                  -                 -
Charges for Services                               -                  -                   -                  -                 -
Operating Grants/Contributions                45,000             11,359                    -                  -          210,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                   -                  -                 -
Internal Fund Transfers/Loans                229,000             34,908                    -                  -          130,000
Capital Beginning Bal                        (57,706)           (13,369)                   -                  -                 -
      Total Program Income                   216,294             32,898                   -                  -           340,000

 Personal Services                                 -                  -                   -                  -                 -
 Materials & Services                         87,211                376                    -                  -           40,000
 Capital Outlay                              142,451             27,902                    -                  -          300,000
 Other                                             -                  -                   -                  -                 -
        Total Expenditures                   229,662             28,279                   -                  -           340,000

 Surplus / (Deficit)                          (13,369)            4,620                   -                  -                  -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        0.00              0.00               0.00                0.00              0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent                         0.00              0.00               0.00                0.00              0.00

Purpose:    To budget and account for funds allocated to Capital Improvements at the Fairgrounds.

Budget Note: See Capital Improvement Plan for project details

Accomplishments
  þ Completed construction of campground
  þ Completed additional remodeling of Guerber Hall
  þ Upgraded Oak Grove electrical system
  þ Upgraded Fairgrounds water supply size

Objectives
  ¨ Improve South Parking Lot with lighting and initial phase of RV rally site development
  ¨ Waste water disposal solution
  ¨ Complete new Master Plan




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                                                                                                          Health
Department Head:   Tom Eversole, Health Administrator

Location:          Public Service Building
                   530 NW 27th Street
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6835

FAX:               (541) 766-6899

Mission:           The Benton County Health Department (BCHD) is responsible for administration and enforcement of public
                   health, mental health, and environmental health laws of federal, state, and county government. The Department
                   conducts activities necessary for the preservation of health, prevention of disease, and protection of the public's
                   health.

Organization:      The Health Administrator is appointed by, and reports to, the Board of Commissioners. The Department is
                   organized into five divisions: Public Health, Environmental Health, Mental Health, Primary Care and
                   Administrative/Business Services. A community physician, under contract with the Department, serves as the
                   County Health Officer.

                   The Benton County Board of Commissioners also appoints county residents to a number of Department advisory
                   committees. Advisory committees assist the Board and Department Administrator by: surveying health
                   conditions, identifying unmet needs, providing a community perspective on programs and services provided by
                   the Department, assisting in program planning and evaluation, and fulfilling specific mandates from state and
                   local government.

Budget Note:       With the advent of the community health clinic in mid-2004, the department budget has been significantly
                   realigned. Formerly nearly all department services were accounted for within the General Fund. In early FY04-05
                   and continuing into this biennium accounting for departments services is divided between three principle funds.
                   The General Fund continues to account for some public health services, all of environmental and mental health
                   services. The Benton County Health Clinic Fund accounts for services of the new primary care operations and a
                   number of related services formerly accounted for in the General Fund including WIC, Maternal/child health,
                   prevention and education activities and family planning. The Health Management Services Fund accounts for all
                   department administrative functions for clinic and general fund services.

                   (Organization Chart on Following Page)




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                Organization




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                                                                        Budget Summary


                                                        2003 Annual                2004 Annual        2005 Annual               2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                             Actual                     Actual           Adopted                   Adjusted                      Adopted

General Revenues                                             44,725                    27,906                 500                        -                            -
Charges for Service                                       2,433,267                 1,950,065           2,448,023                6,524,229                   16,159,037
Operating Grants/Contributions                           14,469,714                13,847,501          15,319,024               15,271,207                   29,476,165
Capital Grants/Contributions                                      -                         -                   -                        -                      390,000
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                         -                         -              75,000                1,033,929                    2,038,800
Dedicated Beginning Balance                               1,458,981                 1,402,199             874,969                  874,969                    1,955,227
        Total Program Income                             18,406,688                17,227,670          18,717,516               23,704,334                   50,019,229

Personal Services                                         6,318,877                 6,110,088           7,786,392                8,221,258                   18,720,183
Materials & Services                                     13,154,219                12,698,247          14,629,926               17,672,105                   34,733,296
Capital Outlay                                               21,794                     6,800                   -                  107,901                      510,800
Other                                                       175,000                    20,200                   -                1,401,872                    1,021,950
         Total Expenditures                              19,669,890                18,835,335          22,416,318               27,403,136                   54,986,229

Surplus / (Deficit)                                      (1,263,202)               (1,607,664)          (3,698,802)             (3,698,802)                  (4,967,000)


Fund Summary
General Fund                                             18,285,632                17,898,605          19,617,310               17,362,020                   32,905,538
Health & Safety Enhancement                                 230,329                   208,873                   -                        -                            -
Trust Fund                                                    2,749                     7,206              11,550                   11,550                       23,100
Oregon Health Plan                                        1,151,180                   700,451           1,594,542                1,594,542                    3,203,335
Health Management Services                                        -                         -                   -                3,476,934                    7,332,160
Benton Community Health Center                                    -                         -           1,192,916                4,958,090                   11,011,296
Tax Title Land                                                    -                    20,200                   -                        -                            -
Capital Improvement Fund                                          -                         -                   -                        -                      510,800
Total Budget by Fund                                     19,669,890                18,835,335          22,416,318               27,403,136                   54,986,229

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                        118.94                100.64                107.65                  117.55                        127.10
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                      NA                    NA                   3.49                    3.49                          3.39




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                          Employees per 1,000 population
value)



   40%                                                                                       2.00

              General, Health Management Services & Health Center Funds Only                 1.75
                                                                                                                                                                  1.60
   30%                                                                                                 1.51                                       1.49
                                                                                             1.50                                   1.38
                                                                                                                     1.26
   20%                                                    17.2%                              1.25
            16.3%
                                          14.8%
                                                                                             1.00
   10%
                                                                           6.1%
                                                                                             0.75

    0%                                                                                       0.50
                           -2.1%
                                                                                             0.25
   -10%
          2003 Annual   2004 Annual    2005 Annual     2005 Annual      05 - 07              0.00
             Actual        Actual        Adopted         Adjusted       Biennial                    2003 Annual   2004 Annual    2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
                                                                        Adopted                        Actual        Actual        Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted




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                                                                Overview
Department Head Message
      Public Health serves three core functions: 1) assessing healthcare needs, 2) recommending health policy and 3) assuring access to
quality heath services. When the Public Health system is working well, widespread health problems are not apparent. Public health
security, like a car's air bag, is not always apparent. For example, BCHD regulates and provides ongoing quality assurance for local
ambulance services. When someone calls an ambulance, they assume that it will arrive quickly.

     In Oregon, Local Health Departments are charged with monitoring and control of preventable diseases and disorders, parent and child
health services, including family planning clinics, collection and reporting of health statistics; health information and referral services; and
environmental health services. Additionally, Benton County Health Department (BCHD) serves as the county's certified Community
Mental Health Center, providing mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment as well as services for persons with developmental
disabilities. In 2004, BCHD also established a Community Health Center, providing affordable medical and dental care.
Revenue History and Efficiencies
     Public Health in Oregon is funded primarily by federal and county (versus state general) funds. Oregon spends only 59 cents per
person each year on public health. Local revenue reductions in FY 2003 resulted in a loss of 5 employees at the health department. Failure
of Ballot Measure 28 in FY 2004 resulted in loss of an additional 13 health department employees. Reductions in state funding for public
mental health and state reductions in Medicaid (Oregon Health Plan) have left more County residents without access to medical and mental
health care. BCHD recently opened a federally funded community health center to provide primary care through improved utilization of
Medicaid.

      To offset these reductions, Benton County Health Department has worked hard to increase its accountability and customer service in
the face of increasing costs. Over the past four years, the Health Department centralized its administrative services to reduce overhead
costs. The Department instituted a new service model for mental health care to increase productivity. It implemented new practice
management, records and electronic billing systems to increase efficiency and revenue. The department wrote and received over $2.3 M in
grants in CY 2004. On a month-to-month basis, BCHD has doubled its outputs (encounters) over the last year.

      To further enhance the efficiency of its centralized practice management system, the Health Department collaborated with Oregon
Community Health Information Network (OCHIN) on the development of electronic medical records (EMR.) Implementation is
anticipated December 2006. The department also will implement automated appointment reminder calls and lab result notification over the
next year.

      As part of its assurance function, in 2004, BCHD established a Primary Care Division, to house its new Federally Qualified Health
Center. That Health Center (BCHC) provided primary medical care as well as mental health, dental and affordable pharmacy services to
5931 low-income residents of our community. Services are provided at three sites in Corvallis and Monroe, on a sliding fee scale and in the
patient's primary language. No one is turned away for inability to pay. Benton Community Health Center is set up as an "enterprise fund."
Per federal guidance, program revenues must be directed toward increasing access to care. Accordingly, the Health Center is in the process
of opening new health clinics at Lincoln and Monroe schools.
CY 2004 Service Outputs
Environmental Health
     County health departments assure the safety of the water we drink. BCHD monitored 83 public drinking water systems in 2004.
BCHD inspected 283 licensed or contract food facilities to ensure that when diners eat out in a restaurant, protections were in place to
reduce their risk of getting sick. The Health Department inspected 63 pools and spas. Employees evaluated numerous building sites and
issued 244 permits for septic systems.
Disease Control
     One of the Health Department's most important tasks is controlling the spread of communicable diseases like measles, Norwalk virus
and tuberculosis. Laws require that communicable diseases be reported to the local health department. Health Department employees
conduct investigations, provide treatment, trace contacts and take other measures to prevent these diseases from spreading to others.

      In 2004, Benton County Health Department received reports of 443 cases of communicable disease. The Department dealt with one
of the largest epidemics of whooping cough seen in Oregon in many years: 111 confirmed and 109 presumptive cases of Pertussis in 2004.
Together with private providers, BCHD responded to the flu vaccine shortage in the fall of 2004. The department gave 3977 immunizations
last year, including those for overseas travel, to children and adults. Staff prepared to address the surge in human cases of West Nile Virus
expected summer, 2005.

     BCHD was key to Benton County's comprehensive public health (bioterrorism) preparedness effort. The Health Department worked
closely with the County's Emergency Management program, the City of Corvallis, Oregon State University, Good Samaritan Regional
Medical Center and the Oregon Office of Homeland Security to detect, intervene and respond to potential bioterrorism events.
Disease Prevention
     Much of what local health departments do relates to preventing disease and trying to keep everyone healthy. In partnership with local
providers, the Department conducted programs to encourage women to get screened for breast and cervical cancer and provide vouchers for


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these exams. Employees worked to discourage youngsters from smoking cigarettes and help those who do smoke to quit. BCHD led the
county's educational effort to prevent teen pregnancies, substance abuse and suicide.
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention programs BCHD conducts included:

  • Adolescent Sexual Health (MARS/STARS)
  • Tobacco Prevention and Control (including tobacco cessation classes)
  • HIV Prevention and Care (Harm Reduction/Needle exchanges/Ryan White Case Management/outreach to high risk individuals)
  • Substance Abuse Prevention (Reduce Underage Drinking, Meth Watch, Lifeskills, programs etc.
  • Chronic Disease Prevention (Diabetes/Breast Cancer/Healthy Weight and Lifestyle/Asian Pacific Islander Health and Healthy
    Active Communities Coalition)
  • Latino Health (Prevention education for Diabetes, Nutrition, Obesity, Breast Cancer, Hepatitis C, Prenatal Classes, HIV Testing,
    Counseling and Referrals.)
Personal Health Care
     Federal and state governments have decided that there are certain basic health services that need to be broadly available to specific
high risk and vulnerable populations. Local health departments in Oregon provide sexual health and family planning services. Staff
provided Maternal and Child Health Services with home visits to 62 at-risk pregnant women and their infants. Last year the Health
Department's Women Infants and Children (WIC) program provided nutrition counseling and food vouchers for over 1,300 low-income,
pregnant women and their children.
Mental Health
     Unlike some counties, Benton County Health Department also encompasses the county's Community Mental Health Center. Last year
665 adults with serious and persistent mental illness received case management, counseling and psychiatry services. The Center provided
addictions treatment for 198 clients. The Department provided over 300 children with mental health services through our contracts with
Children's Farm Home and Old Mill School. About 390 people with developmental disabilities are served though County Health
Department programs annually.
Moving Forward in Partnerships
      Since its beginning in 1942, the work and success of the Health Department has depended heavily on community partnerships and
citizen volunteers. The Department convenes over a dozen community advisory committees, most notably, the Public Health Advisory
Committee. A majority of the Board of Directors of the new Health Center receives its care at the center, ensuring that board members can
personally monitor the quality of care. Community medical providers including Community Outreach, Inc., The Corvallis Clinic,
Samaritan Health Systems and Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center collaborate with the Health Department to reach our goal of
"Healthy People in a Healthy Community."

     Today's economy and emerging public health needs present real challenges for public service. Like the airbag, however, our Public
Health system should be ready when needed. Oregon's unique system of public health governance provides an opportunity to work toward a
healthy future for all Oregonians. Together with our state and local, as well as our public and private partners, Benton County Health
Department is undertaking pro-active approaches to these challenges.




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                                              Health Management Services
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                18,078                 8,541             500                   -                      -
Charges for Service                            726,605               749,544         805,385          2,774,873              6,891,384
Operating Grants/Contributions                 393,011               371,578         331,075            314,532                440,776
Capital Grants/Contributions                                               -               -                                         -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                     -               -                                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                     -               -                                         -
      Total Program Income                   1,137,693             1,129,663       1,136,960          3,089,405              7,332,160

Personal Services                            1,462,634             1,469,885       1,584,496          2,024,998              5,433,473
Materials & Services                           525,827               722,812         757,923          1,064,407              1,898,687
Capital Outlay                                   7,745                 4,564                -                  -                      -
Other                                                 -                     -               -         1,401,872
        Total Expenditures                   1,996,206             2,197,261       2,342,419          4,491,277              7,332,160

Surplus/(Deficit)                             (858,512)            (1,067,598)    (1,205,459)        (1,401,872)                       -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                    NA           28.70              35.30                     42.15
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                    NA            0.00               0.00                      0.20

Purpose:     Health Management Services (HMS) encompasses the following cost centers: Client Services; Business Services;
             Accounting and Purchasing Services; Budget and Contract Services; Records Services; Health Administration Services;
             Business Administration Services; Public Health Administration Services; Mental Health Administration Services and
             Community Health Center Administration Services. HMS provides infrastructure and management support for program
             development and achievement of program objectives. HMS provides billing, data management, medical transcription, client
             and other record management, Vital Statistics services including registering and maintaining birth and death certificates,
             medical clinic coordination, secretarial services, purchasing and accounting functions, budgeting functions, contract
             management, procurement and fiscal management, grant coordination and fiscal management, and training, support, and
             security for the health information system.

             The years prior to the 2005 Annual Adjusted column represent the administrative division of the department in the General
             Fund under the prior organization model.

Accomplishments
 þ Implemented of OCHIN practice management & billing system.
 þ Met and maintained fiscal and practice assurances for Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).
 þ Completed restructure of overall Health Department budget and accounting systems.
 þ Further developed Contract & Grant Management Access database.
 þ Provided oversight for facility improvements for FQHC
 þ Developed and implemented cost allocation model to capture and disperse to departments business services costs.

Performance Measures:
                             Measure                                     00-01      01-02       02-03*         03-04          04-05
Days in AR (45-55 days)                                                    NA        NA             NA             NA          58
Billing – date of service to date of claim submission (3-5 Days)           NA        NA             NA             NA          4.5
Scheduling efficiency (85%)                                                NA        NA             NA             NA          93%

Objectives
 ¨ Continue, as needed, to monitor and restructure Business Services work-flows to support implementation of electronic clinical
   management system. Continue improvement of computer skills of all staff and develop curriculum to train all staff on new software
   program.




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¨ Continue to monitor and implement County-wide staff training and orientation to HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and
  Accountability Act) policies and procedures as required by Federal mandate. Provide ongoing staff awareness and training on
  HIPAA.
¨ Continue to monitor appropriate financial management, billing processes and clinical management functions and negotiate
  appropriate contracts in anticipation of the award of a Federally Qualified Health Center to Benton County.
¨ Improve internal and external customer service through providing an integrated, fully cross-trained Business Services staff.
  Implement department wide Spanish language and Customer Service training.
¨ Develop an equitable way to allocate ABS Division expense, as appropriate, to the direct service program areas.




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                                          Public Health Services (History)
                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                              20,265              9,909                    -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                          141,578            110,139             121,297                   -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions             1,463,947          1,275,468           1,457,370                   -                      -
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                   -                                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                  160,563             62,775                    -                   -                     -
      Total Program Income                 1,786,353          1,458,291           1,578,667                   -                     -

Personal Services                          1,507,434          1,515,230           1,765,858                   -                      -
Materials & Services                         758,124            732,286             756,392                   -                      -
Capital Outlay                                10,806              2,236                    -                  -                      -
Other                                              -                  -                   -                                         -
        Total Expenditures                 2,276,364          2,249,751           2,522,250                   -                     -

Surplus/(Deficit)                           (490,011)          (791,460)           (943,583)                  -                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                 NA                24.14               0.00                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                 NA                 3.19               0.00                   0.00

Budget Note:    The Federally Qualified Health Center required substantial budget reorganization during FY2004-05. All of the financial
                history shown above was in the General Fund and represented the former Community Health Division in the prior
                organizational model.




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                                                 Communicable Diseases
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                 1,537               9,433                    -                -                       -
Charges for Service                            134,192             111,995             155,501                 -                       -
Operating Grants/Contributions                 121,546             188,868             168,088          160,300                 317,148
Capital Grants/Contributions                                             -                   -                                        -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                   -                   -                                        -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                   -                   -                                        -
      Total Program Income                     257,275             310,296             323,589          160,300                 317,148

Personal Services                              240,730             325,017             326,299          182,277                 390,306
Materials & Services                           192,639             227,407             220,755          148,965                 388,376
Capital Outlay                                     900                    -                   -                -                       -
Other                                           25,000                    -                   -                -                       -
        Total Expenditures                     459,268             552,425             547,054          331,242                 778,682

Surplus/(Deficit)                             (201,994)            (242,129)           (223,465)       (170,942)               (461,534)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                   NA                 4.71               2.50                  2.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                   NA                 0.20               0.20                  0.00

Purpose:     Reduce risk of communicable disease through investigations, immunization, education and treatment.

Accomplishments
  þ Conducted disease investigation of 222 pertussis cases in 2004 and 57 cases to date in 2005. This includes contact notification for
    approximately 4700 people. On the average, each pertussis investigation takes four hours per case.
  þ Facilitated state-wide discussion of Pertussis Investigative Guidelines with the outcome of updated and more appropriate
    guidelines currently being reviewed by Council of Local Health Officials (CLHO).
  þ Coordinated with the Environmental Health sanitarian to conduct food borne outbreaks.
  þ Integrated BCHD epidemiologist into CD program for investigation and evaluation functions.
  þ Conducted 117 school clearances and immunization reviews for children enrolling in local schools during calendar year 2004.
  þ Coordinated and advertised flu clinics to provide choices and best options for the community. Flu vaccine was shared between the
    providers to ensure the best utilization.
  þ Provided disease investigation, contact tracing and directly observed therapy for tuberculosis cases
  þ Conducted disease investigation of Norwalk virus case at skilled care facility.
  þ Coordinated Law Enforcement and Public Health planning for potential bioterrorism threats.
  þ Conducted bioterrorism preparedness functional exercise with county emergency management, OSU Department of Public Safety,
    DMAT and entire health department staff.

Performance Measures:
                                Measure                                        00-01        01-02     02-03          03-04      04-05
Incidence of active tuberculosis (TB) not to exceed 3.5 per 100K                3             0        1.2            1.2         1.25
Number of Communicable Disease (CD) investigations                              505           476      563             523        423

Objectives
  ¨ Maintain the surge capacity of the Communicable Disease program to improve bioterrorism and outbreak response capability.
  ¨ Institute outreach education in clinics & Dr. offices to improve CD surveillance & reporting.
  ¨ Improve electronic data tracking for CD program.
  ¨ Upgrade TB management protocols and expanding outreach to homeless population.
  ¨ Presentation and publication of pertussis outbreak investigation by epidemiologist and CD staff.




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                                                     School Based Nursing
                                             2003 Annual       2004 Annual      2005 Annual          2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual            Actual         Adopted              Adjusted                     Adopted

General Revenues                                        -                 -                -                     -                           -
Charges for Service                                     -                 -                -            137,681                      136,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                          -                 -                -                   -                            -
Capital Grants/Contributions                            -                 -                -                     -                           -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                               -                 -                -                         -                           -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                             -                 -                -                     -                           -
      Total Program Income                              -                 -                -            137,681                      136,000

Personal Services                                       -                 -                -             95,816                      143,240
Materials & Services                                    -                 -                -             66,942                      108,353
Capital Outlay                                          -                 -                -                   -                            -
Other                                                   -                 -                -                     -                           -
        Total Expenditures                              -                 -                -            162,758                      251,593

Surplus/(Deficit)                                       -                 -                -             (25,077)                   (115,593)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                            NA                 NA              0.00                  0.90                        0.80
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                 NA              0.00                  0.65                        0.20

Purpose:     Promote healthy children in high risk families through health screening, education and assessments.

Accomplishments
     Nursing staff from the School Nursing program have provided health screening for all elementary and middle school students in
Benton County Public Schools. Students with abnormal screening were referred for further health evaluation. Dr. Thomson, the Health
Department’s Health Officer, provides medical consultation for these programs.

Performance Mesures:
                                 Measure                                      00-01      01-02         02-03             03-04       04-05
No school exclusion for immunization inadequacies at School Based              0           0            0                 0            0
Health Clinics
Identify students with vision impairment and ensure vision care in each
school district.
                                 Corvallis                                     NA          NA           NA                64%          83%
                                 Philomath                                     NA          81%          85%               83%          90%
                                  Monroe                                       NA          87%          85%               100%         90%
Identify students with serious dental decay and ensure professional
treatment for those within each school district with barriers to care.
                                 Corvallis                                     NA          NA           NA                NA           50%
                                 Philomath                                     NA          59%          83%               88%          97%
                                  Monroe                                       NA          63%          92%               100%         63%

Objectives
 ¨ For students identified as having a vision problem, increase by 5% the number of those students who receive professional care.
 ¨ For students identified as having a serious dental problem, increase by 5% the number of students who receive professional care.




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                                            Environmental Health Services
                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                    75                  5                    -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                            299,071            299,526             300,026            300,026                613,066
Operating Grants/Contributions                 161,112            257,610             274,330            274,330                539,192
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                   -                                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     18,870                   -                   -                  -                      -
      Total Program Income                     479,128            557,141             574,356            574,356              1,152,258

Personal Services                              451,536            483,921             555,719            555,719              1,247,635
Materials & Services                           186,936            143,962             173,425            288,870                452,321
Capital Outlay                                   2,343                   -                   -                  -                      -
Other                                                -                  -                   -                                         -
        Total Expenditures                     640,816            627,884             729,144            844,589              1,699,956

Surplus/(Deficit)                             (161,687)            (70,743)          (154,788)          (270,233)              (547,698)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                 NA                 8.00                8.00                   8.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                 0.10                0.10                   0.20

Purpose:     Environmental Health programs protect health and prevent disease and injury related to food, water, solid waste, sewage,
             toxic materials and other environmental factors. Environmental Health programs include: 1)Inspection of food service
             facilities, public swimming pools, day cares, motels and other public facilities; and provision of technical assistance, food
             handler training, and disease investigations; 2)Management of on-site sewage disposal through site selection, installation
             permits, construction inspections, development reviews and contractor training; 3)Surveillance of public water supplies;
             including technical assistance, response to water quality alerts and emergencies, and sanitary hazard inspections;
             4)Management of the solid waste system for Benton County including: solid waste planning, franchising, rate reviews, waste
             reduction education, and nuisance abatement.

Accomplishments
  þ Environmental Health has completed working with Washington State University (WSU) and the Centers for Disease Control
    (CDC) on a pilot project to develop a training module on "The 10-Essentials of Environmental Health." The CDC has mailed a
    copy of this training module to over 2000 state and local health department in the United States.
  þ Expanded EH website (applications now available on-line, WNV info, newsletter in Spanish, etc.)
  þ Finalized the Rural Development Booklet that gives prospective homeowners of rural property best management practices for
    developing their rural properties that minimizes adverse impact to the environmental and promotes sustainability.
  þ Provided public meetings and focus groups for city, county and state officials on the current status of West Nile Virus in Oregon
    and how to prevent illness by information brochures on West Nile Virus.
  þ Assisted with a Norovirus outbreak.
  þ Environmental Health assisted in coordinating and participating in a Health Department Bio-terrorism exercise at Oregon State
    University's Gill Coliseum. Representatives from Good Samaritan Hospital, City, County and State Law Enforcement, and other
    emergency service personnel from State and Federal level participated in this one day exercise.
  þ Coordinated the completion of Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) notebooks to be placed throughout the Health Dept.
  þ West Nile Virus Preparedness: Used an OSU intern to respond to numerous dead bird calls. Turned in crow on last day of
    collection that turned out to be positive for the virus.
  þ Animal Bites - responded to report of woman bitten by bat. Resulted in her having post exposure prophylaxis
  þ Solid Waste Program's Host Surcharge grant program implemented. Issued 4 grants.
  þ Draft Household Hazardous Waste Plan Developed.




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Performance Measures
                            Measure                                 00-01         01-02         02-03         03-04        04-05
Percent of restaurants receiving 2 unannounced inspections            100%         100%            100%        *100%        104%
Number of septic site evaluations & permits issued                    223          214             244         *250         09
Percent of population served by water systems meeting health          90%          98%             *98%        *98%         98%
based standards (estimated*)
Percent of municipal sold waste recovered (target figure*)            45%          46.80%          *42.8%      43.90%       44.6%

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to improve coordination and surge capacity to perform food borne illness outbreak investigations under the motto: "Be
   First, Be Right, Be Credible".
 ¨ Analyze local, state, and national disease trends for patterns of infectious and chronic diseases as they relate to environmental
   health.
 ¨ The food borne illness investigation team will provide rapid response to all food borne illness outbreak investigations.
 ¨ Available data will be used to monitor groundwater.
 ¨ Continue to improve the process of generating information requested by the public and other departments. Timely and accurate
   access to environmental health records by the public and other departments.
 ¨ Use television, radio and print medial to inform, educate and empower people about environmental health issues.
 ¨ To create a multimedia presentation in environmental justice that is designed to provide residence and agricultural workers with
   information so they can identify their own risks, provide alternatives to address potential contamination, and advocate for safer
   environmental practices.
 ¨ Educate all food employees and food managers on best practices to use to prevent food borne disease outbreaks.
 ¨ To educate the public and policy makers about groundwater contamination.
 ¨ At least one annual newsletter targeting the public to educate the public and installer about septic systems.
 ¨ Residents understand and have tools necessary to reduce waste disposed in landfill.
 ¨ Improve Environmental Health Department's ability to use existing data to detect environmental health concerns within Benton
   County. Update the "Environmental Health Assessment Priority List" (EHAPL) Report
 ¨ Enhance county food safety program through analysis of available data.
 ¨ Protect groundwater from contamination.
 ¨ Formalize Complaint Process for septic complaints.
 ¨ Maintain the percentage of people who receive a supply of safe drinking water from public water systems that meets all health
   based safe drinking water standards established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at 95% or above. Currently Benton
   County is at 98%.
 ¨ Solid waste management system adequate to meet the needs of the county.
 ¨ Assure that Environmental Health is ready to respond in emergency or disaster situations. Coordinate emergence response
   planning with city, county and state agencies.
 ¨ Improve tracking of solid waste and on-site compliance list.
 ¨ Utilize Landfill Host Surcharge Revenue to fund projects related to reducing the volume of solid waste and recycling of materials.
 ¨ Develop broad base community support for environmental health initiatives. Continue to work with various committees and
   stakeholders to support initiatives in Environmental Health.
 ¨ Enforce appropriate federal, state and local environmental health regulations and standards.
 ¨ Develop a referral list for environmental health services not offered by Benton County Environmental Health.
 ¨ Recruit, hire and retain staff that is both competent and representative of the community.
 ¨ Develop and improve quality control/quality assurances programs for Environmental Health incorporating State assurances and
   mandates.
 ¨ Conduct Research for New Insights and Innovative Solutions to Environmental Health Problems and Issues. Continue to improve
   coordination between local universities and schools.
 ¨ Assist CDC/OHS in implementation of the Environmental Health Specialist Network (EHSNET) project.
 ¨ Assist public water systems in developing their security and emergency response plan.
 ¨ Expand focus on public education and response plan to emerging diseases (i.e. West Nile Virus, SAR, etc.)
 ¨ Continue to update web site.
 ¨ Maintain current level of recovery rates (the recycle figures in the County).
 ¨ Continue to cross-train staff in different program areas.




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                                            Adult Mental Health Services
                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual             Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                               4,677                 18                  -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                        1,040,930            537,455            616,970            616,970              1,258,873
Operating Grants/Contributions               290,384            319,037            356,905            569,849              1,110,509
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                  -                                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   48,183                  -                  -                  -                      -
      Total Program Income                 1,384,175            856,510            973,875          1,186,819              2,369,382

Personal Services                          1,322,850            949,577          1,015,170          1,075,997              2,206,757
Materials & Services                         390,000            258,973            316,180            651,191              1,225,405
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                  -                  -                      -
Other                                              -                  -                  -                                         -
        Total Expenditures                 1,712,850          1,208,549          1,331,350          1,727,188              3,432,162

Surplus/(Deficit)                           (328,675)          (352,039)          (357,475)          (540,369)            (1,062,780)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                 NA               11.95              11.90                  12.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                 NA                0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:    Crisis and protective mental health services provide pre-commitment investigations, supervision of criminally committed
            individuals; youth risk assessment, 24-hour crisis assessment, outreach, and intervention accessible by a toll free phone
            number. The program reduces the impact of severe and persistent mental illness on the consumer's functioning and quality of
            life by providing services within the framework and philosophy of the psychiatric rehabilitation model. These services
            include daily structure and support, case management, vocational programs, individual and group therapy, dual diagnosis
            treatment, psychiatric consultation and medication management, family outreach, interagency coordination, and residential
            respite care. Strong emphasis is placed on consumers building skills for self-sufficiency.

Accomplishments
  þ Completed the 05-07 budgeting process and utilized planned program savings to meet County Fund target with no requests for
    add-backs or additional County revenue.
  þ Supported consumers truly becoming independent from the service system through development of affordable, permanent housing
    through the Rural Oregon Lease Support project.
  þ Developed an evidence-based outreach program to support individuals in the community.
  þ Provided both financial support and technical assistance in the development of consumer run programs.
  þ Established new quality improvement benchmarks.
  þ Maintained access to services for Spanish speaking clients.




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Performance Measures
                                                                                         Change
                                 03-04 Base Data-(03 St.                                                 Proposed Outcome
           Indicator                                        FY 04-05 Outcomes          Projected vs
                                      outcome Rpt                                                      Improvement for 05-07
                                                                                         Actual

                                                              Annual data not yet                            Maintain an average of
Access to Care                    1,176 unique consumers       available from the                0%    1,191consumers served with
                                                   served            State Office                          increase, should funding
                                                                                                                           increase

Consumers served within 90                                    Annual data not yet                        Increase to 50% reflecting
days prior to the hospital                 15 of 3444.1%       available from the        8% increase        increased outreach and
admission                                                            State Office                        engagement and matching
                                                                                                                      state average

Timeliness of post-hospital                                   Annual data not yet                            Increase to 42% to at
outpatient follow-up                       11 of 3136.7%       available from the        5% increase       minimum meet the state
                                                                     State Office                                         average
                                                              Annual data not yet                          Maintain 13% or lower
Readmission - 30 days                        4 of 3113.3%      available from the                0%    average. This is lower than
                                                                     State Office                               the state average.
                                                              Annual data not yet                          Maintain 26% or lower
Readmission - 180 days                       8 of 3126.7%      available from the                0%    average. This is lower than
                                                                     State Office                               the state average.
                                                                                                           Maintain 94% or higher
Level of Functioning                     187 of 19894.4%                        "                0%    average. This is higher than
                                                                                                                 the state average

Objectives
 ¨ Expand evidence-based intensive community support program.
 ¨ Seek means of continuing housing lease subsidies and access to community housing.
 ¨ Decrease acute care and state hospital utilization.




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                                             Child Mental Health Services
                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual          2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual             Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

    General Revenues                                                                                                                       -
    Charges for Service                               -              73,662               90,556              90,556              213,862
    Operating Grants/Contributions                2,000              20,055               41,972              41,972               81,318
    Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                   -                    -                                        -
    Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                   -                    -                                        -
    Dedicated Beginning Balance                       -                   -                    -                                        -
          Total Program Income                    2,000              93,717              132,528             132,528              295,180

    Personal Services                          204,581              249,904              352,740             352,740              879,897
    Materials & Services                        25,748               52,709               72,332             213,166              475,278
    Capital Outlay                                   -                    -                    -                                        -
    Other                                            -                    -                    -                                        -
            Total Expenditures                 230,329              302,613              425,072             565,906            1,355,175

    Surplus/(Deficit)                          (228,329)           (208,896)            (292,544)         (433,378)             (1,059,995)

    Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                   NA                  5.30               4.80                  5.50
    Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                 NA                   NA                  0.00               0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     The ACIST Program addresses the needs of children in grades K-12 and their families. It provides strength-based
             comprehensive services including: short term case management and intervention planning, school based support groups,
             parenting support, short term individual counseling for children and families with referral to a wide variety of community
             resources.

Accomplishments
  þ Maintained and develop new levels of service across all grade levels.
  þ Developed and implemented the new and improved wraparound model of mental health intervention for youth and family.
  þ Active part of new Mental Health Children's Initiative from the State.
  þ Working with schools on suicide prevention and intervention.
  þ Held training events for teachers and parents in regards to working with high-need youth in a classroom and as parents.

Performance Measures
                                                           00-01               01-02           02-03              03-04            04-05
Intake Sessions                                                    192                 399             528                347    Data not
Individual Counseling/Therapy                                  1187                1487             1759               1264         yet
Family Counseling/Therapy                                          449                 404             717                194    available
Group Counseling/Therapy                                           508                  28               0                  0
Case Management                                                    498                 144             353                373
Parent Support                                                     174                 663          1215                  497
Crisis Response                                                    114                  90             169                 16
Professional Consultations                                         285                 359             673             34**
Telephone Counseling                                                 -                 144             129             11**
Transportation                                                     101                 124             306                8**

Objectives
  ¨ Establish working cross-agency collaborations to more effectively blend resources to serve children and families.
  ¨ Increase parent involvement in the planning and decision making for the children's system.
  ¨ Implement the intensive treatment services initiative within the guidelines provided by the state.
  ¨ Establish a child-serving system flexible fund pool to meet individualized needs of children and families.
  ¨ Reduce utilization of residential care for Benton County youth.


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                                        Developmental Disabilities Programs
                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual          2005 Annual            05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual           Adopted              Adjusted                   Adopted

 General Revenues                                    48                   -                  -                      -                      -
 Charges for Service                              8,909             25,697             24,355                 39,425                377,758
 Operating Grants/Contributions                 590,304            566,150            569,307                594,161              1,217,454
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                            -                  -                                             -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                  -                                             -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                          -                  -                  -                                             -
       Total Program Income                     599,261            591,846            593,662                633,586              1,595,212

 Personal Services                              704,960            646,795            718,413                713,749              1,636,480
 Materials & Services                           193,316            145,126            207,475                511,579              1,140,399
 Capital Outlay                                       -                                     -                                             -
 Other                                                -                  -                  -                                             -
         Total Expenditures                     898,276            791,921            925,888               1,225,328             2,776,879

 Surplus/(Deficit)                             (299,015)          (200,075)          (332,226)               (591,742)           (1,181,667)

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                   NA                11.45                 11.65                 11.90
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                   NA                 0.00                  0.00                  0.10

Purpose:     This program reduces the impact of serious developmental disabilities on the individual, family and improves the individual's
             quality of life. Services include intensive case management, skills development, counseling, vocational and residential
             support, family support and interagency coordination.

Accomplishments
 þ Established a comprehensive assurance function regarding services to those with Developmental Disabilities including development
   and implementation of new benchmarks.
 þ Instituted new Comprehensive In Home Supports program, parent support groups for parents of children with developmental
   disabilities, classes for consumers: relationship/sexuality class (MARS/DD collaboration), tobacco cessation class,
   diabetes/nutrition class.
 þ Highest per capita utilization of Family Support in the state after Crook County's 4 out of 6.
 þ Created a Mental Health Access Specialist position.
 þ Expanded mental health services and improved integration of mental health services with overall support plan.

Performance Measures
                                                                 00-01           01-02             02-03           03-04          04-05*
# of clients with DD served                                              325             347               350             361          371
# of clients with DD receiving monthly case management                   140             140               170             204          204

Objectives
 ¨ Develop and implement training to support people on balancing choice and independence with support for health and safety with
   the people they serve.
 ¨ Develop and implement an emotional support group, which would allow time for sharing, and connecting with others for planned
   social activities. Individuals with developmental disabilities have a significantly higher rate of social isolation than others with
   disabilities and those without disabilities resulting in impaired mental and physical health.
 ¨ Address housing needs through affordable housing, transition apartments, room and board or dormitory-type living, housing
   options for DD-only population, quads, religious service support project, develop relationships with landlords to improve access,
 ¨ Expand mental health services to include behavior consultation and some specialized services for children and families.
 ¨ Expand outreach to under served populations and improve culturally appropriate delivery of services.
 ¨ Advocate for increased vocational opportunities, including self-employment, meaningful activity when no work is available,
   transportation support for odd hours, pre-vocational services, services and flexibility for older workers.




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                                        Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment
                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual            2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual             Actual          Adopted                Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                  45                  -                  -                     -                     -
Charges for Service                           81,983            33,824             29,900               222,977               761,250
Operating Grants/Contributions               305,072           348,802            343,332               343,332             1,022,720
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                 -                  -                     -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                 -                  -                                           -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                  114,429            10,300                     0                    0                    0
      Total Program Income                   501,529           392,926            373,232               566,309             1,783,970

Personal Services                            398,953           394,160            417,879               525,929             1,385,022
Materials & Services                          92,276            91,595            104,515               265,469               856,481
Capital Outlay                                     -                 -                  -                                           -
Other                                              -                 -                  -                                           -
        Total Expenditures                   491,228           485,755            522,394               791,398             2,241,503

Surplus/(Deficit)                             10,300            (92,829)         (149,162)             (225,089)             (457,533)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                NA                  5.40                  9.90                9.90
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA                  0.00                  0.00                0.00

Purpose:     Alcohol & Other Drug Treatment Program: Alcohol & drug education, treatment, and prevention services reduce the
             prevalence of problem drinking and drug use in the community and support the development of a healthy, non-substance
             using lifestyle

Accomplishments
  þ Completed the 05-07 budgeting process and utilized planned program savings to meet County fund target with no requests for
    add-backs or additional County revenue.
  þ Improved effectiveness in engaging clients in evidence based treatment programs with defined treatment outcomes through
    implementation of evidence-based treatment practices.
  þ Strengthened collaborations with the Courts and Community Corrections through partnership to provide services for the Drug
    Treatment Court and Community Corrections programs.
  þ Juvenile Drug Court planning and grant request completed.

Performance Measures
                               03-04 Base Data-(03                                      Change Projected   Proposed Outcome
           Indicator             St. outcome Rpt          FY 04-05 Outcomes                vs Actual     Improvement for 05-07

Access to Care                   42 new clients per     Annual data not yet available          20% increase 50 new clients per quarter
                                            quarter            from the State Office

Treatment Engagement                          83%       Annual data not yet available          15% increase                      98%
                                                               from the State Office

Treatment Retention                           58%       Annual data not yet available           5% increase                      63%
                                                               from the State Office

Treatment Completion                          30%       Annual data not yet available          25% increase                      55%
                                                               from the State Office

Reduced Substance Use                         60%       Annual data not yet available          10% increase                      70%
                                                               from the State Office

Objectives
  ¨ Establish and begin operation of treatment services for a Juvenile Drug Treatment Court.
  ¨ Seek funding in partnership with the Courts to maintain the Adult Drug Treatment Court when federal funds expire.




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                                                     Subcontract Division
                                         2003 Annual            2004 Annual        2005 Annual       2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual                 Actual           Adopted           Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues
Charges for Service                                 -                  8,222                 -                  -               32,000
Operating Grants/Contributions              9,789,193              9,628,672         9,993,663         10,033,663           19,775,204
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                      -                 -                  -                    -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                      -                 -                                       -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   255,107                268,080           237,976            237,976              482,184
      Total Program Income                 10,044,300              9,904,975        10,231,639         10,271,639           20,289,388

Personal Services                                      -                   -                 -                  -                    -
Materials & Services                           9,810,625           9,691,318        10,271,739         10,311,739           20,369,588
Capital Outlay                                         -                   -                 -                  -                    -
Other                                                  -                   -                 -                  -                    -
        Total Expenditures                     9,810,625           9,691,318        10,271,739         10,311,739           20,369,588

Surplus/(Deficit)                               233,675             213,656            (40,100)           (40,100)             (80,200)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                  NA               0.00               0.00                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                  NA               0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     Provides budgetary structure to pass-through funding for Mental Health Division's County Financial Assistance Contract
             funds provided by the State of Oregon to support Adult Mental Health Services, Child Mental Health Services and
             Developmental Disabilities Services in our community.

Accomplishments
 þ Passed through approximately $13,500,000 of funding to area providers of mental health services.
 þ Retained approximately $182,000 of administrative funds for administration of mental health contract dollars and administrative
   support and program development for Benton County mental health programs.

Performance Measures:
            Measure                    00-01               01-02           02-03           03-04            04-05           05-07
Dollars passed through                $8,592,386           $9,897,285     $9,619,209     $10,029,585      $10,311,739     $20,369,589

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to receive, disburse and monitor contract payment.
 ¨ Work with State to implement the Office of Mental Health and Addictions Services Xprs Payment system.
 ¨ Move to direct payment of subcontract providers by State. County retains monitoring and approval function.
 ¨ Evaluate budget and budget structure for Subcontract Division. Subcontract Division may be reduced or eliminated based upon
   outcome of evaluation process.




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                                                 Oregon Health Plan Fund
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                                                      -                   -                  -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions               1,344,291            865,732            885,599             885,599              1,736,392
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -             75,000              75,000                      -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                    835,316          1,028,427            633,943             633,943              1,466,943
        Total Program Income                 2,179,607          1,894,159           1,594,542          1,594,542              3,203,335

Personal Services                               25,200             75,599              78,552             78,552                171,691
M aterials & Services                          975,980            624,852           1,515,990          1,515,990              2,009,694
Capital Outlay                                        -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Other                                          150,000                   -                   -                  -             1,021,950
          Total Expenditures                 1,151,180            700,451           1,594,542          1,594,542              3,203,335

Surplus/(Deficit)                            1,028,427          1,193,708                    -                  -                      -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                 NA                 1.00               1.00                   1.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     Account for capitation (per capita payments) for managed care mental health outpatient services for those enrolled in Benton
             County under the Oregon Health Plan. Manage compliance with contract standards. Pay contractors and providers (including
             the county health department) for services.
Budget Note:             The Oregon Health Plan funds a majority of Benton County Community Mental Health Services. Many of the
                         accomplishments referred to in this section also apply to the County Mental Health Division .

                         Our capitation under the Oregon Health Plan had a planned decrease of approximately 15% in October of 2003. It
                         is estimated that the funding will remain at approximately the same level for the next fiscal year. Mental Health
                         and Alcohol and Drug benefits were eliminated for approximately 1100 County citizens (the Oregon Health Plan
                         Standard population).

Accomplishments
  þ Continued to increase outreach providing on-site assessments and some treatment including placement of mental health clinicians
    in middle and high schools.
  þ Continued contractual relationships with Old Mill School and the Children's Farm Home for child mental health services.
  þ Using Oregon Health Plan funds to build a stronger continuum of care. This is done through strong case management and
    coordination of services with both state and private agencies.
  þ Piloting an outcome tool called the Oregon Change Index to evaluate the effectiveness of services.

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to build partnerships with state and other local agencies to strengthen community collaborations that help both adults and
    children on the Oregon Health Plan.
  ¨ Development phase of an 8-10 unit transitional housing program for persons with mental illnesses.




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                                            General Capital Improvements
                                          2003 Annual          2004 Annual     2005 Annual         2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual               Actual        Adopted             Adjusted               Adopted

 General Revenues                                    -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Charges for Service                                 -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                  -                  -               390,000
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                  -                  -               120,800
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                         -                  -                  -                  -                     -
         Total Program Income                        -                  -                  -                  -               510,800

 Personal Services                                   -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 M aterials & Services                               -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                  -                  -               510,800
 Other                                               -                  -                  -                  -                     -
           Total Expenditures                        -                  -                  -                  -               510,800

 Surplus/(Deficit)                                   -                  -                  -                  -                      -

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                  0.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     Purchase and installation of prefabricated modular buildings designed for a medical clinic operation. One building will be
             installed on Lincoln School property in South Corvallis and one will be installed on Monroe School property in Monroe.

Accomplishments
 þ Health Department secured Health Center operating grant renewal
 þ Secured foundation grants and Congressional appropriation funding to purchase the modular clinics.
 þ Public Works Department reviewed the projects and created bid specifications.
 þ Entered into contract for building and delivery of the two modular buildings.
 þ Down payment for the projects completed (paid.)
 þ Met with Monroe City Council and secured waived Service Development Charges.
 þ Met with Monroe School District and secured site and in-kind support (utilities.)
 þ Met with vendor and contractors and finalized building design.
 þ Met with Corvallis School district and secured site.
 þ Met with City of Corvallis.
 þ Applied for United Way grant to pay Corvallis System Development Charges.
 þ Broke Ground at Monroe School Site.

Objectives
 ¨ Install modular clinics and open clinics by October 2005.




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                                          BCHC Fund Administration
                                      2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
                                           Actual            Actual          Adopted            Adjusted           Adopted

General Revenues                                 -                 -                  -                -                  -
Charges for Services                             -                 -            304,033                -                  -
Operating Grants/Contributions                   -                 -            888,883                -                  -
Capital Grants/Contributions                     -                 -                 -                 -                  -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                        -                 -                 -           958,929         1,918,000
Dedicated Beginning Bal                          -                 -                 -                 -                  -
Total Program Income                             -                 -         1,192,916           958,929         1,918,000

Personnel Services                               -                 -            971,266                -                  -
M aterials and Services                          -                 -            221,650                -                  -
Capital Outlay                                   -                 -                 -                 -                  -
Other                                            -                 -                 -                 -                  -
Total Expenditures                               -                 -         1,192,916                 -                  -

Surplus/(Deficit)                                -                 -                  -          958,929         1,918,000

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                NA                0.00             0.00               0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                NA                NA                0.00             0.00               0.00

Purpose:    Account for Benton County Health Center (BCHC) Fund activities not directly associated with program operations.
            Accounting activities include fund transfers, interest earnings and future fund balances.




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                                                    Primary Care Services
                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual            Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Charges for Services                                   -                   -                  -          1,706,521               2,983,136
Operating Grants/Contributions                         -                   -                  -            503,076               1,314,904
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                   -                  -                       -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                                -                   -                  -                   -                       -
Total Program Income                                   -                   -                  -          2,209,597               4,298,040

Personnel Services                                     -                   -                  -          1,329,890               2,276,744
M aterials and Services                                -                   -                  -            980,001               2,285,888
Capital Outlay                                         -                   -                  -             85,477                        -
Other                                                  -                   -                  -                  -                       -
Total Expenditures                                     -                   -                  -          2,395,368               4,562,632

Surplus/(Deficit)                                      -                   -                  -           (185,771)               (264,592)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                  7.00              14.15                   13.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                  0.00               0.10                    0.00

Purpose:     Provision of basic preventive and curative affordable medical services by skilled medical providers at 3 clinical sites in
             Benton County. Services include the integration of mental health, dental services, addictions services, low-cost pharmacy,
             school-based health, and family planning into the Primary Care Clinic. Services target an identified population of
             low-income community members, migrant and seasonal farm workers, uninsured, under insured and those who are in need of
             a medical home, regardless of income status. No one is denied service due to inability to pay. Clinics are located at the Health
             Department Public Service Building, Lincoln Clinic and the Monroe Clinic. Translation services are provided by
             Spanish-speaking staff and volunteers and by telephone translation.

Accomplishments
 ¨ Began provision of Primary Care services at the Benton Community Health Center on 8/31/04. Completed a remodel project of the
   clinic and lab that increased the number of exam rooms from 4 to 10. Outfitted exam rooms with necessary medical equipment,
   including exam tables, ophthalmoscopes, otoscopes, wall-mounted sharps containers, phones, privacy curtains, and supplies.
 ¨ Stocked clinics with medical supplies and in-house medications.
 ¨ Designed modular clinic units for Lincoln and Monroe Clinics.
 ¨ Developed staff position descriptions, recruited, hired and trained new Primary Care staff, including a Medical Director, Clinical
   Program Manager, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, Clinical Assistants, Medical Technologists, Clinic Clerk and Division
   Coordinator.
 ¨ Established the Benton Community Health Center Board of Directors.
 ¨ Implemented an after-hours nurse triage system for patients who call with medical problems.
 ¨ Finalized contracts for lab services, ancillary referrals, medical supplies, pharmacy and triage.
 ¨ Enrolled in the 340B pharmacy program to provide low-cost medications for clients.
 ¨ Submitted the renewal application for continued FQHC funding.
 ¨ Expanded number of clinic days per week at Monroe Health Center from 2 to 4.




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Performance Measures:
                            Measure                                   00-01         01-02          02-03         03-04         04-05
# Client visits at the Health Department Public Service Building                                                                    7000
# Client visits at the Lincoln Health Center                                                                                        1812
# Client visits at the Monroe Health Center                                                                                          751
# Diabetic clients seen at the Health Centers                                                                                        NA
% Diabetics who received preventive care                                                                                             NA
# Immunizations given to children at the Health Centers                                                                              NA

Objectives
  ¨ Improve health care access for Migrant & Seasonal Farm Workers and Latino clients at Lincoln and Monroe Health Centers by
    adding new modular clinics and increasing the number of exam rooms and available space.
  ¨ Expand clinic appointment availability at Monroe.
  ¨ Enhance culturally appropriate health care services by continuing to require bilingual and culturally competent clinical assistants,
    clerks and reception staff. Utilize bilingual staff, OSU interns and telephone for translation services for clients.
  ¨ Ensure health education materials and patient instruction information sheets are in appropriate languages for clients.
  ¨ Implement chronic disease prevention activities to minority and high-risk groups by developing clinical tracking systems to
    monitor health markers for diabetic clients of the Community Health Center.
  ¨ Investigate opportunities to implement a Diabetes Collaborative program.
  ¨ Implement a Pharmacy Patient Assistance program to assist clients obtain needed low-cost medications.
  ¨ Review immunization histories of children who are seen in the Community Health Center clinics and provide needed vaccines
    according to CDC immunization guidelines.




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                                           Medical Services: Family Planning

                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual            05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual            Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                   Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                   -                   -                         -
Charges for Services                                 -                  -                   -            96,762                 1,556,076
Operating Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                   -           590,846                   245,768
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                   -                   -                         -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                   -                       -                         -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                              -                  -                   -                   -                         -
Total Program Income                                 -                  -                   -           687,608                 1,801,844

Personnel Services                                   -                  -                   -           294,752                 1,119,066
M aterials and Services                              -                  -                   -           381,857                 1,128,824
Capital Outlay                                       -                  -                   -            22,424                          -
Other                                                -                  -                   -                 -                         -
Total Expenditures                                   -                  -                   -           699,033                 2,247,890

Surplus/(Deficit)                                    -                  -                   -           (11,425)                 (446,046)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                 0.00                 4.30                    7.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                    0.00

Purpose:      Provision of quality family planning and sexually transmitted infections services for women and men.

Accomplishments
 þ Integrated family planning services into the new Primary Care Clinic at the Benton Community Health Center while maintaining
   the autonomy and focus of the program.
 þ Provided a medical home for family planning clients who lacked a health care provider.
 þ Increased the number of available late afternoon appointment slots for teens by 3 hours per week.
 þ Referred women with positive pregnancy tests to the Benton Community Health Center prenatal case manager for health
   information and an obstetrical referral.
 þ Ensured compliance with state grant assurances.
 þ Provided low-cost or free contraceptive services to eligible clients through the family planning expansion program (FPEP).

Performance Measures:
                                 Measure                                     00-01        01-02       02-03             03-04     04-05
Teen pregnancy rate aged 10-17 years (per 1,000 females)                                                                               3.7
#Family Planning clients who received primary care services                                                                            NA

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to improve provider utilization and clinic efficiencies by training new registered nursing staff to perform family planning
   services within their scope of licensure.
 ¨ Continue efforts to provide integrated family planning services in the Primary Care Clinic while maintaining program autonomy
   and complying with state compliance assurances.




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                                                           Dental Services

                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Charges for Services                                   -                  -                   -                 -                 137,974
Operating Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                   -           203,478                  51,584
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                  -                   -                   -                      -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                                -                  -                   -                 -                       -
Total Program Income                                   -                  -                   -           203,478                 189,558

Personnel Services                                     -                  -                   -            53,478                       -
M aterials and Services                                -                  -                   -           186,219                 163,678
Capital Outlay                                         -                  -                   -                 -                       -
Other                                                  -                  -                   -                 -                       -
Total Expenditures                                     -                  -                   -           239,697                 163,678

Surplus/(Deficit)                                      -                  -                   -            (36,219)                25,880

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA                 0.00                0.90                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA                 0.00                0.00                   0.00

Purpose:      To ensure provision by a dentist or dental hygienist of appropriate preventive, restorative, and emergency dental services for
              clients of Benton Community Health Center and those referred to the Health Center by Benton County Health Department.

Accomplishments
  þ Developed dentistry resource and implemented referral, scheduling and coordination processes to ensure identified clients receive
    treatment.
  þ Provide translator as needed for dentistry appointments.

Performance Measures:
  • Serve 400 total users with 1,200 dental encounters in year 1 (2004-2005)
  • 379 users for 1,715 encounters
  • Provide 1,000 total users with 3,000 dental encounters in year 2 (2005-2006)
  • Provide 1,200 total users with 3,400 dental encounters in year 2 (2006-2007)

Objectives
  ¨ Provide dental services at all 3 Community Health Center locations, Corvallis, Lincoln and Monroe either on site or through a
    dental van.
  ¨ Provide dental services to children as a first priority and to adults second.
  ¨ Provide referrals for specialized dental services as appropriate for clients.
  ¨ Develop service integration with the Maternal Child Health and WIC teams to assure that infants and children receive oral
    screening and dental services for identified needs.
  ¨ Apply for federal dental expansion grant to establish a 3-operatory dental practice.




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                                     Mental Health / Substance Abuse Services
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                  -                   -                  -                         -
Charges for Services                                  -                  -                   -            52,779                120,012
Operating Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                   -            11,234                 12,896
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                   -                  -                         -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                  -                   -                  -                         -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                               -                  -                   -                 -                      -
Total Program Income                                  -                  -                   -            64,013                132,908

Personnel Services                                    -                  -                   -            17,329                 37,297
M aterials and Services                               -                  -                   -            46,684                119,132
Capital Outlay                                        -                  -                   -                 -                      -
Other                                                 -                  -                   -                 -                      -
Total Expenditures                                    -                  -                   -            64,013                156,429

Surplus/(Deficit)                                     -                  -                   -                  -               (23,521)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                 NA                 0.00               0.10                   0.10
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     To provide to clients of the Benton Community Health Center and clients referred by staff of Benton County Health
             Department mental health therapy, counseling, or other treatment provided by a mental health professional.

Accomplishments
 þ Provided integrated, bilingual and bicultural mental health services to clients of the Health Center.
 þ Provided psychiatry specialist services
 þ Initial planning meetings between mental health and Community Health Clinic (CHC) started in June 2004. Management
   established scope of MH services. CHC Medical Director, manager, the social worker, and mental health medical director
   established the referral process and design of the mental health services within the CHC.
 þ Established basic screening and referral processes for MH/substance abuse treatment

Performance Measures:
 • Access to MH/SA treatment for at least 50% primary care patients at risk.
 • Access to urgent care for 90% primary care patients at risk.
 • At least 60% of identified Center users with MH/SA issues receive treatment.

Objectives
 ¨ Patient satisfaction surveys will be done in 2005 & 2006.
 ¨ All health care providers will be trained by July 2006 to use screening tools to identify and treat patients at-risk for MH/SA. Keep
   updated in 2007.
 ¨ At least two community MH/SA awareness presentations are made in 2005-06.
 ¨ Screening forms, protocols and external referral system will be in place by October 2005.




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                                                    Pharmacy Services

                                         2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual            Actual           Adopted            Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                    -             -                     -
Charges for Services                                -                  -                    -                 -          810,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                  -                    -                 -                 -
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                    -             -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                    -             -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                             -                  -                    -             -                     -
Total Program Income                                -                  -                    -             -              810,000

Personnel Services                                  -                  -                    -              -                    -
M aterials and Services                             -                  -                    -              -             462,144
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                    -             -                    -
Other                                               -                  -                    -             -                    -
Total Expenditures                                  -                  -                    -             -              462,144

Surplus/(Deficit)                                   -                  -                    -             -              347,856

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                NA                    0.00          0.00                 0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA                    0.00          0.00                 0.00

Purpose:     To provide through a contract with a local pharmacy and 340b pharmaceutical vendors, low cost 340b pharmaceuticals to
             eligible clients of the Benton Community Health Center.

Accomplishments:
  þ Procured contractual services of local pharmacy to act as 340b pharmacy dispensary.
  þ Developed formulary for 340b pharmacy.
  þ Developed billing process for 340b pharmacy services.
  þ Developed process flows to fill client prescription scripts

Objectives:
  ¨ Refine 340b inventory processes.
  ¨ Continue to improve pharmacy process flows.
  ¨ Procure technical assistance to review and continue to improve 340b processes




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                                             Maternal Child Health Services

                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Charges for Services                                  -                   -                   -            87,212                 267,646
Operating Grants/Contributions                        -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                               -                   -                   -                  -                       -
Total Program Income                                  -                   -                   -            87,212                 267,646

Personnel Services                                    -                   -                   -            82,429                 186,885
M aterials and Services                               -                   -                   -            56,115                 200,221
Capital Outlay                                        -                   -                   -                 -                       -
Other                                                 -                   -                   -                 -                       -
Total Expenditures                                    -                   -                   -           138,544                 387,106

Surplus/(Deficit)                                     -                   -                   -            (51,332)              (119,460)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                 0.00                0.85                   0.65
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                 0.00                0.34                   0.34

Purpose:     Maternal and Child Health program provides services both in the clinic and in the client's home. Provide services in clinic and
             in client homes including health assessment, health education to families with children, case management and referral to
             community resources.
Accomplishments:

 þ MCH provided consultation to Healthy Start and Safety Net providers.
 þ MCH developed strong collaboration with local pediatricians and family practice physicians. The nurses make home visits with a
   local pediatrician to medically fragile children.
 þ MCH developed a community coalition for breastfeeding.

Objectives
 þ Develop a data collection system for MCH program working with state and/or local programs.




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                                    Health Promotion and Education Services
                                          2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual            Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Charges for Services                                 -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Operating Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                  -           575,438             1,293,300
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                  -                  -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                              -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Total Program Income                                 -                  -                  -           575,438             1,293,300

Personnel Services                                   -                  -                  -           651,729             1,241,337
M aterials and Services                              -                  -                  -           435,640             1,181,927
Capital Outlay                                       -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Other                                                -                  -                  -                 -                     -
Total Expenditures                                   -                  -                  -         1,087,369             2,423,264

Surplus/(Deficit)                                    -                  -                  -          (511,931)            (1,129,964)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                0.00               8.25                   8.80
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                0.00               2.10                   2.35

Purpose:     To provide public health prevention equitably and professionally to all people in Benton County by engaging the community
             in planning, policy-making, implementing and evaluating health prevention and promotion programs.

Accomplishments:
  þ The Promotora de Salud Program has conducted the following outreach to the Latino community in Benton County: 1) Prenatal
    services and education , 2) Breast and cervical cancer prevention education, 3) HIV testing and counseling and reproductive health
    education, 3) Glucose screening, 4) Referral for health care services and enrollment on OHP, 5) Healthy weight and lifestyle
    programs, 6) Parent education. Approximately 1,069 clients have been served through the Promotora de Salud program over two
    years.
  þ The Harm Reduction Program continues to provide HIV prevention and Hepatitis C prevention services to Injection Drug Users.
    The Harm Reduction Program has exchanged approximately 70,000 needles in 1.5 years.
  þ The Ryan White program continues to provide case management to people with HIV/AIDS in Benton County.
  þ The Substance Abuse Prevention Program has implemented the following programs: 1) Meth Watch, 2) Life Skills Training in all
    Benton County schools, 3) Three underage drinking projects with local merchants, the OLCC and law enforcement agencies, 4)
    Received funding to implement Reconnect Youth in Benton County high schools, 5) Partnered with the Parents Network to
    implement parent education programs in the county, 5) Provided technical assistance to 8 community groups to implement locally
    based substance abuse prevention programs, and 6) Implemented a merchant training program.
  þ Over the past year the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program has accomplished the following: 1) Continued to provide
    technical assistance to the Benton County Free Coalition, 2) Implemented gold standard tobacco prevention policies in the schools,
    3) Partnered with Good Samaritan Hospital to implement a Tobacco Cessation program, 4) Continued to monitor county and city
    smoking ordinances, 5) Began implementation of a Latino Health smoking prevention and control program, and 6) Implemented
    Tobacco prevention education programs in the Corvallis School District.
  þ Male Advocates for Responsible Sexuality (MARS) has served 1,500 adolescents in the Benton County schools and conducted
    approximately 200 clinical session with males ages 14 to 25.
  þ STARS continues to provide sexual health education in the Benton County schools.
  þ The Chronic Disease Prevention Program has implemented the following programs in the community: 1) Walk to School Day, 2)
    Pedometer Walking Programs, 3) Breast and Cervical Cancer prevention programs, 4) Healthy Active Community Environments
    Initiative, 4) Health Kids Learn Better, and 5) We Can!




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Performance Measures:
                           Measure **                                99-00     00-01      01-02      02-03     03-04      04-05
Percentage of Retailers who sold tobacco products to minors in the      35%        31%        Unk       Unk        Unk        Unk
City of Corvallis
Percentage of Retailers who sold tobacco products to minors in          75%        50%       35%        Unk        Unk        Unk
unincorporated Benton County
Percentage of Retailers who sold tobacco products to minors in the      31%        35%       28%        Unk        Unk        Unk
City of Corvallis
Percentage of Retailers who sold tobacco products to minors in the      20%        75%       20%        Unk        Unk        Unk
City of Philomath

      ** Benchmarks are under review.

Objectives
 ¨ Improve integration of complementary preventive health information and key messages. For example: discussions of drug and
   alcohol messages with tobacco prevention; domestic violence prevention messages with reproductive and child health information;
   tobacco prevention messages with weight control and nutrition information.
 ¨ Decrease the percent of the population under 18 using tobacco products.
 ¨ Decrease the percent of 8th grade students reporting alcohol use.
 ¨ Increase the percent of mothers who abstain from using tobacco during pregnancy.
 ¨ Increase the percent of mothers who abstain from using alcohol during pregnancy.




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                                                           WIC Services

                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual          2005 Annual            2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual             Actual             Adopted                Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                  -                   -                       -                     -
Charges for Services                                   -                  -                   -               10,918                       -
Operating Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                   -              160,897                300,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                  -                   -                       -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                  -                   -                       -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Bal                                -                  -                   -                       -                     -
Total Program Income                                   -                  -                   -              171,815                300,000

Personnel Services                                     -                  -                   -              185,874                364,353
M aterials and Services                                -                  -                   -              148,192                243,800
Capital Outlay                                         -                  -                   -                    -                      -
Other                                                  -                  -                   -                    -                      -
Total Expenditures                                     -                  -                   -              334,066                608,153

Surplus/(Deficit)                                      -                  -                   -              (162,251)             (308,153)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA                  0.00                 3.05                   2.80
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA                  0.00                 0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     WIC provides nutrition and health counseling services for eligible women, infants and children (WIC). Vouchers for
             nutritional foods are issued based upon the nutrition assessment and counseling provided to the family. Clients are referred to
             other Health Department and community programs as appropriate.

Accomplishments:
  þ WIC has full-time bicultural/bilingual staff to provide culturally appropriate registration and nutrition information to Spanish
    speakers.
  þ Successful implementation of statewide WIC computer data system.
  þ The WIC program continues to provide outreach services to South Benton County through a monthly WIC clinic in Monroe.
  þ Benton County WIC is highly successful in promoting breast feeding with 90% of WIC mothers initiating breast feeding and 69%
    continuing to breast feed until their babies are 6 months of age.

Performance Measures
                                                                        99-00       00-01         01-02       02-03       03-04     04-05
Determine the number of WIC children age 2 and over who are
overweight as determined by their BMI score. Decrease the                     NA        NA           NA           NA         NA         NA
number by 1% in year 06-07.
Babies with low birth weight (under 2,500 grams) not to exceed             2.9%       5.1%           3%         2.8%        2.7%        NA
3% of births.
Increase the proportion of mothers who breast-feed their babies in         90%         83%          96%          90%        93%         NA
early postpartum to 85%
Meet the state requirements for the number of clients seen through            NA        NA           NA           NA         NA         NA
the Cacoon program

     ** Benchmarks under revision

Objectives
  ¨ Develop a data collection system for Maternal Child Health (MCH) program working with state and/or local programs.




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                                                      Trust Accounts
                                       2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual     05 - 07 Biennial
                                            Actual             Actual          Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

General Revenues                                  -                  -                 -                                      -
Charges for Service                               -                  -                 -                                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions                8,603              5,399             8,500              8,500              17,000
Capital Grants/Contributions
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                  -                 -                                      -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   6,507             12,360             3,050              3,050               6,100
      Total Program Income                   15,109             17,760            11,550             11,550              23,100

Personal Services                                 -                  -                 -                                      -
Materials & Services                          2,749              7,206            11,550             11,550              23,100
Capital Outlay                                    -                  -                 -                                      -
Other                                             -                  -                 -                                      -
        Total Expenditures                    2,749              7,206            11,550             11,550              23,100

Surplus/(Deficit)                            12,360             10,554                  -                    -                   -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                NA                0.00               0.00                0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                NA                0.00               0.00                0.00

Purpose:    Provides fiduciary services for the Benton County Breast and Cervical Cancer Coalition (BCCC).

Accomplishments:
 þ Issues 90 mammography vouchers in the past year to uninsured women. Approximately 20% of the women were Hispanic.
 þ Raised $10,000.00 to support the BCCC Trust Fund.
 þ Implemented the Pink Ribbon Tea to raise funds for the BCCC Trust.
 þ Implemented Luna Fest to raise awareness about breast cancer.

Objectives:
 ¨ Over the 05-06 FYI BCHD will evaluate the need to continue the BCCC trust or not. Samaritan Health Services has implemented
   the state BCCC/Komen Program in Benton County to address the breast health of under served women in the community.




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                                                                                                      Juvenile
Department Head:   Al Krug, Juvenile Director

Location:          4815 SW Research Way
                   Suite 100
                   Corvallis, OR 97333

Telephone:         (541) 766-6810

FAX:               (541) 766-6071

Mission:           To protect the community through prevention and control of juvenile delinquency. The department provides a
                   continuum of prevention, supervision and rehabilitation services to youth and families referred to the Juvenile
                   Department, in a manner consistent with protection of the community.

Organization:      The Juvenile Department is organized into four programs. County unrestricted funds support the Youth
                   Offender/High Risk Program, which consists of six Juvenile Counselors. Three counselors provide a continuum
                   of services to a general caseload with the goal of community protection and practical rehabilitation. The other
                   three counselors serve High Risk clients under 16 years old with multiple risk factors, emphasizing limited
                   caseloads with increased supervision for the department's most vulnerable clients. The Intensive Supervision
                   Program is funded by the Oregon Youth Authority. One Juvenile Counselor provides a high level of service and
                   supervision to serious and chronic youth offenders who are at risk of commitment to a Youth Correctional Facility.
                   The Juvenile Accountability Program consists of two restorative justice programs vital to holding youth
                   accountable for their actions. A federal block grant and agreements with Benton County Public Works and Parks
                   Departments fund a Community Service/Work Crew Assistant to provide more supervision and community
                   service opportunities for youth. The Youth and Family Outreach Program is funded by the Commission on
                   Children and Families. The program, operated by one Juvenile Counselor, provides services to at-risk youth and
                   their families to prevent juvenile crime, school dropouts, and substance abuse.




                                          Juvenile Department

                                                                    Board of
                                                                      Board of
                                                                  Commissioners
                                                                   Commissioners



                                                                      Director




                                                 Deputy                              Administrative
                                                 Director                             Supervisor




                                Youth Offender               Accountability          Administrative
                                  Program                      Program                  Staff




                                   Intensive
                                                             Youth & Family
                                  Supervision
                                                            Outreach Program
                                   Program



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                                                                        Budget Summary

                                                      2003 Annual               2004 Annual              2005 Annual               2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                           Actual                    Actual                 Adopted                   Adjusted                     Adopted

General Revenues                                             5,612                         5,174                  4,000                  4,000                         8,000
Charges for Service                                         80,379                        86,291                 70,844                 70,844                       180,488
Operating Grants                                           222,758                       158,182                212,849                212,849                       345,090
Capital Grants                                                 -                             -                      -                      -                             -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                      -                             -                      -                      -                             -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                                 64,117                        40,909                    -                      -                             849
      Total Program Income                                 372,866                       290,556                287,693                287,693                       534,427

Personal Services                                       1,076,993                      1,074,184             1,110,971               1,110,971                    2,352,294
Materials & Services                                      550,875                        593,556               673,626                 673,626                    1,315,530
Capital Outlay                                                -                              -                     -                       -                            -
Other                                                         -                              -                     -                       -                            -
        Total Expenditures                              1,627,869                      1,667,740             1,784,597               1,784,597                    3,667,824

Surplus / (Deficit)                                    (1,255,003)                     (1,377,184)          (1,496,904)             (1,496,904)                  (3,133,397)


Fund Summary
General Fund                                            1,423,564                      1,448,283             1,784,597               1,784,597                    3,667,824
Health & Safety Enhancement                               204,305                        219,457                     -                       -                            -
Total Budget by Fund                                    1,627,869                      1,667,740             1,784,597               1,784,597                    3,667,824

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                      14.19                      18.00                    17.30                    17.30                        15.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                  NA                         NA                       1.00                     1.00                         1.30




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
value)                                                                                      Employees per 1,000 population



   20%                                                                                         1.00

   15%

   10%                                                                                         0.75
                                           7.0%
      5%                     2.4%                                        2.8%
                                                         0.0%
      0%                                                                                       0.50

      -5%     -2.3%

   -10%                                                                                                                 0.23          0.23           0.23          0.21
                                                                                               0.25      0.18

   -15%

   -20%                                                                                        0.00
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial                  2003 Annual    2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted        Adopted                          Actual         Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted




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                                                             Overview
Department Head Message
     The role of the Juvenile Department is that of a catalyst for developing safe communities and healthy youth and families. We
accomplish this by holding offenders accountable, building and maintaining community-based partnerships, implementing results-based
and outcome-driven services and practices, advocating for and addressing the needs of victims, offenders, families, and communities, and
obtaining and sustaining sufficient resources.

      This year, the Juvenile Department developed six action plans in response to the county's 2004-05 Strategic Planning Process. A
handbook was compiled for clients and families that provides information about the department and the juvenile justice system. A
notification process was implemented to keep victims of juvenile crime informed about cases. The format of the Drug & Alcohol group was
updated, and a new sexual responsibility group for girls was created. For clients who are succeeding in meeting their probation
requirements, an incentive activity program has been initiated. Finally, the cooperative litter patrol program with Oregon Department of
Transportation was expanded to include Linn County highways.

     The Juvenile Department has been collaborating with the Court, District Attorney, Health Department and other local agencies to
create a local Juvenile Drug Court. This model focuses on intensive supervision and treatment for drug offenders and their families.
Another new program is the motorcycle "Toy Run," held in August to collect toys and money for a holiday "Lunch with Santa." Three
thousand dollars in toys and cash was raised and distributed in December to fifty Benton County children.

      The Juvenile Department participated in an energy audit to determine if we could implement more sustainable business practices. The
Department was already practicing many of the auditor's suggestions, but we were able to improve further by removing some light bulbs,
setting computer monitors to sleep mode, and buying recycled paper products.

     Department priorities for 2005-06 include continuing implementation of the "balanced approach" and restorative justice programs;
continuing efforts to become a "culturally proficient" department; maintaining a high level of professionalism and ethical conduct in the
performance of our duties; and continuing to contribute to and participate in the county's efforts in sustainability.




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                                               High Risk/Offender Services
                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                  5,612               4,470               4,000              4,000                  8,000
Charges for Service                              21,815              16,779              17,000             17,000                 34,000
Operating Grants                                   -                   -                   -                  -                      -
Capital Grants                                     -                   -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                   -                   -                  -                      -
Beginning Balance                                  -                   -                   -                  -                      849
      Total Program Income                      27,426              21,249              21,000             21,000                 42,849

Personal Services                               821,250             836,518            852,524             852,524              1,883,909
Materials & Services                            500,588             542,956            601,380             601,380              1,258,921
Capital Outlay                                     -                   -                  -                   -                      -
Other                                              -                   -                  -                   -                      -
        Total Expenditures                   1,321,838           1,379,474          1,453,904           1,453,904              3,142,830

Surplus / (Deficit)                          (1,294,412)        (1,358,226)         (1,432,904)        (1,432,904)            (3,099,981)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                13.37              13.37                  12.65
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:     Offender Services is the Juvenile Department’s core program for youth referred for law-violating behavior. It provides all
             mandated services: intake screening, court investigations, development of dispositional recommendations, enforcement of
             court orders, referral to other agencies, probation and supervision, and assistance to the Juvenile Court. Offender Services
             primarily serves youth 12-17 years of age with the goal of community protection and practical rehabilitation.

             The High Risk Program serves youth ages 15 and under with at least three risk factors including school failure, poor parenting
             or family problems, negative peer group, substance abuse, and anti-social behavior. Counselors in this best-practices program
             have limited caseloads and provide higher levels of personal contact aimed at community safety, youth accountability, and
             competency development.

Accomplishments
 þ Exceeded the target by 3% for youth in the High Risk Program reducing their use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
 þ 100% of youth in the High Risk Program paid their restitution
 þ Implemented first MARS group for girls
 þ Provided transportation, GED testing, emergency food and clothing for clients to assist them in satisfying probation requirements
 þ Provided pre-employment training for 30 youth in preparation for ODOT work crew
 þ Initiated the Youth Incentive and Enrichment Project which provides monthly activities that reward clients for positive efforts in
   school and in satisfying probation requirements
 þ Coordinated services with county mental health and private treatment specialists to provide mental health assessments, counseling,
   substance abuse education, treatment, and aftercare for over 75 youths




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Performance Measures:
                 Youth Offender Program                           2001           2002           2003           2004           Target
Successful completion-Probation                                        69%            68%            69%            62%            70%
Successful completion-Formal Accountability Agreement                  91%            89%            96%            86%            90%
Successful completion-Community service                                89%            91%            94%            89%            75%
Successful completion-Restitution                                      87%            92%            86%            78%            75%
                    High Risk Program
Successful completion-Probation                                        54%            73%            68%            63%            70%
Successful completion-Formal Accountability Agreement                  88%            83%           100%            89%            90%
Reduce A & D usage                                                     66%            92%            90%            78%            75%
Improved school attendance                                             92%            82%            77%            74%            75%

Objectives
  ¨ Continue competency groups: sexual misconduct, girls group, MARS, conflict management, drug and alcohol, and job skills
  ¨ Maintain involvement in the school district Effective Behavioral System and Behavioral Support meetings
  ¨ Continue implementation of "best practices" to reduce juvenile recidivism, maintain current level of services to all youths, and
    meet performance measure goals
  ¨ Continue to work toward implementation of juvenile sex offender treatment program
  ¨ Maintain interagency partnerships and continue development of wraparound services




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                                                     Intensive Supervision
                                             2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual             Actual           Adopted               Adjusted                Adopted

      General Revenues                                  -                  -                  -                     -                     -
      Charges for Service                               -                  -                  -                     -                     -
      Operating Grants                             83,446             50,536             67,383                67,383               134,766
      Capital Grants                                    -                  -                  -                     -                     -
      Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                  -                  -                     -                     -
      Beginning Balance                            11,772              7,944                  -                     -                     -
            Total Program Income                   95,218             58,480             67,383                67,383               134,766

      Personal Services                            74,921             58,105             66,063                66,063               116,624
      Materials & Services                         12,353              8,627             14,050                14,050                18,142
      Capital Outlay                                    -                  -                  -                     -                     -
      Other                                             -                  -                  -                     -                     -
              Total Expenditures                   87,274             66,732             80,113                80,113               134,766

      Surplus / (Deficit)                           7,944             (8,252)            (12,730)              (12,730)                    -

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                 NA                 0.93                 0.93                  0.75
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                  0.00

Purpose:      The Juvenile Department’s Intensive Supervision Program serves serious and chronic youth offenders specifically identified
              as being at risk of incarceration. These adolescents must have in person contacts with their juvenile counselor at least once a
              week and frequently more often. Each is required to work toward the goal of rehabilitation while complying with community
              service, educational programs, substance use laws, restitution obligations, counseling and/or various competency groups.

Accomplishments
 þ Despite a previous reduction in the number of allocated youth correctional facility beds, we have maintained our rate of
   incarceration of youth offenders at or below the cap imposed by the state for Benton County
 þ With concurrence of the Court, implemented the Intensive Supervision Program which imposes stricter and sometimes broader
   conditions of probation that are expected to assist the Juvenile Department in protecting the community, rehabilitating youth and
   holding them accountable for law violations
 þ Recruited an intern from Oregon State University to provide free mental health counseling to Juvenile Department clients
 þ Completed the development of and implemented the Juvenile Sex Offender Program for youths on probation for sexual offenses
 þ Assisted in the first annual and highly successful "Lunch with Santa" program that provided a multitude of holiday gifts for
   approximately 50 Benton County boys and girls

Performance Measures:

           Intensive Supervision Program                     2001               2002              2003               2004           2005-07
                                                                                                                                    Target
Maintain OYA bed use                                             100%              100%              100%                 100%            100%
Successful completion-Probation                                     72%                33%               70%                67%            60%
Reduce A & D usage                                                  57%                40%               67%              100%             75%
Successful completion-Skill Group                                   83%                67%           100%                 100%             75%
Improved academic performance                                       83%            100%              100%                   83%            75%

Objectives
 ¨ Continue to remain at or below Benton County's Youth Correctional Facility bed allotment
 ¨ Continue implementation of "best practices" to reduce recidivism, maintain current level of services to all youths, and meet
   Intensive Supervision performance measure goals
 ¨ Continue to represent department on various city and county teams responding to abuse of adolescents and some adults
 ¨ Continue to maintain positive relationships with employees of local schools and sister agencies by educating them regarding
   juvenile justice and collaborating on programs offered to rehabilitate and support youths on probation
 ¨ Recruit law enforcement to provide training on illegal drug use and its paraphernalia


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                                                  Juvenile Accountability
                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual           2005 Annual      2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual              Adopted          Adjusted                 Adopted

 General Revenues                                     0                705                   0                  0                      0
 Charges for Service                                  0             15,668                   0                  0                 38,800
 Operating Grants                               139,312            107,646             145,466            145,466                210,324
 Capital Grants
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                 -                    -                  -                     -
 Beginning Balance                                44,652            32,965                   0                   0                     0
       Total Program Income                     183,964           156,984             145,466             145,466               249,124

 Personal Services                               123,166           121,506             132,372             132,372               258,423
 Materials & Services                             27,832            33,040              46,308              46,308                24,117
 Capital Outlay                                     -                 -                   -                   -                     -
 Other                                              -                 -                   -                   -                     -
         Total Expenditures                     150,999           154,546             178,680             178,680               282,540

 Surplus / (Deficit)                             32,965              2,438             (33,214)           (33,214)              (33,416)

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                 2.10                2.10                  1.50
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                 1.00                1.00                  1.30

Purpose:     The Juvenile Accountability program aims to reduce the amount and severity of juvenile crime by holding youth accountable
             for their actions through graduated sanctions such as victim-offender mediation, restitution, community service, and work
             crew. This restorative justice program serves the community at large, crime victims, youth offenders, and their families.

Accomplishments
  þ Increased victim offender mediations performed by 16% (19 to 22)
  þ 86% of the agreements reached through mediation or restitution dialogues were completed in full
  þ Developed a Victim Notification Process to ensure that victims are notified of the handling of their cases and given opportunities
    for input
  þ $5,097.48 in monetary restitution was monitored and passed on to victims
  þ Continued agreements with Public Works and Natural Areas and Parks Departments to maintain Crystal Lake Cemetery and
    perform road maintenance in Benton County
  þ 95% of participating youth successfully completed the Community Service/Work Crew Program
  þ Using Title III funds in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management, work crews continued maintenance at Alsea Falls
    Recreation Area, including development of bike trails

Performance Measures:
                                                                                                                             2005-07
                       Accountability Program                          2001           2002         2003           2004
                                                                                                                             Target
Victims are somewhat to very satisfied with mediation process                92%                                     88%           90%
Youth fully comply with mediation agreements                              100%           95%           92%           86%           80%
Youth successfully complete community service/work crew                      87%         88%           95%           92%           75%

Objectives:
  ¨ Provide at least two peer mediation training events for middle and high school students
  ¨ Review forms and case procedures to ensure that they are effective and efficient
  ¨ Increase the diversity of community service and work crew opportunities
  ¨ Incorporate more skills training into the Community Service/Work Crew program
  ¨ Organize the second annual Summer Toy Run to collect toys and funds for "Lunch with Santa" for Benton County youth
  ¨ Continue work with the Public Works and Natural Areas and Parks Departments




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                                                 Youth & Family Outreach

                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted               Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                      -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                              58,564             53,844              53,844             53,844                107,688
Operating Grants
Capital Grants                                        -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Beginning Balance                                 7,693                  -                   -                  -                      -
      Total Program Income                       66,257             53,844              53,844             53,844                107,688

Personal Services                                57,657             58,056              60,012             60,012                 93,338
Materials & Services                             10,102              8,933              11,888             11,888                 14,350
Capital Outlay                                        -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Other                                                 -                  -                   -                  -                      -
        Total Expenditures                       67,758             66,988              71,900             71,900                107,688

Surplus / (Deficit)                              (1,501)           (13,144)           (18,056)             (18,056)                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                 NA                  0.90                 0.90                 0.60
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                  0.00                 0.00                 0.00

Purpose:     This program provides services and resources to non-delinquent, at-risk youths and their families. The program goal is to
             strengthen these youths and families through services that encourage pro-social behavior and healthy lifestyles and to prevent
             delinquency, school dropout, substance abuse, and teen pregnancy

Accomplishments:
 þ Facilitated job skills class for youths ages 16-18 and social skills group for girls ages 14-17
 þ Collaborated with Oregon State University Credit Union to offer financial literacy classes to clients
 þ Participated in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Committee
 þ Chaired Youth Incentive and Enrichment Project
 þ Participated in Linn-Benton Hispanic Advisory Committee, promoting collaborative efforts to improve the quality and availability
   of resources and services for the Hispanic/Latino communities of Linn and Benton Counties
 þ Chaired annual La Fiesta event

                      Youth and Family Outreach                                2001        2002          2003          2004     2005-07
                                                                                                                                Target
Not advance to youth offender or intensive supervision caseload                   98%            98%        85%          92%         90%
In stable home or independent living situation                                    93%            98%        89%          96%         90%
In school and/or working                                                          95%            98%        96%          96%         90%

Objectives
 ¨ Provide individualized case plans for 60 or more youth
 ¨ Provide referrals for drug and alcohol education, evaluation and/or treatment for 55 or more youth
 ¨ Provide referrals for community service or work crew for 55 or more youth
 ¨ Provide referrals for counseling or support groups for 15 or more youth
 ¨ Provide gender-specific and culturally-sensitive services
 ¨ Provide wrap-around services by working closely with schools, Educational Service District, Health Department, Department of
   Human Services, Boys & Girls Club, LBCC Family Resource and Education Department, Jackson Street Youth Shelter, and other
   social services agencies




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                                                                      Law Enforcement
Department Head:   Jim Swinyard, Sheriff

Location:          Law Enforcement Building
                   180 NW 5th Street
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6858

Mission:           Criminal justice and public safety professionals dedicated to producing superior service through innovation,
                   collaboration and partnerships.

Organization:      The department is headed by the Sheriff who is a non-partisan elected official under the County Charter. Criminal
                   Division responsibilities include patrol and investigation (including Marine and Forest patrol). Corrections
                   functions include jail, and parole and probation services. The Courts Enforcement unit coordinates the
                   enforcement of civil and criminal rulings and the service of documents for the courts. The department also
                   manages the County’s Emergency Management function. The Board of Commissioners and the Budget
                   Committee determine the amount of the department’s annual budget. The Board of Commissioners set
                   county-wide personnel rules.




                                                                                             Board of
                                                                                             Boardof
                                                         Sheriff                              Board of
                                                                                           Commissioners
                                                           Sheriff                        Commissioners
                                                                                            Commissioners




                                                       Undersheriff




    Emergency               Parole &                      Jail                                                    Support
                                                                                    Criminal
    Management              Probation                  Operations                                                 Services


                                                                                     Patrol
                                                                                   Detectives               Courts Enforcement
                                                   Court House Security           Marine Patrol                  Records
                                                                                 Animal Control
                                                                                 Special Teams




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                                                                         Budget Summary


                                                     2003 Annual                          2004 Annual             2005 Annual             2005 Annual                     05 - 07 Biennial
                                                          Actual                               Actual                Adopted                 Adjusted                             Adopted

 General Revenues                                          18,782                             41,363                      22,146                22,146                            36,010
 Charges for Service                                      444,088                            385,499                     353,500               381,044                           807,866
 Operating Grants/Contributions                         2,987,147                          3,179,760                   3,127,875             3,248,569                         6,324,708
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                 -                                  -                           -                     -                              41,000
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                    -                               92,750                      84,382                84,382                           286,580
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                              863,491                            860,781                   1,010,000             1,010,000                         1,277,940
         Total Program Income                           4,313,508                          4,560,154                   4,597,903             4,746,141                         8,774,104

 Personal Services                                      5,699,404                          5,658,805                   5,875,454            5,949,850                        13,090,751
 Materials & Services                                   2,852,517                          2,920,509                   3,458,409            3,515,994                         7,190,429
 Capital Outlay                                           235,110                            184,550                      82,000              221,844                           307,146
 Other                                                    157,345                            147,595                   1,119,108            1,050,071                         1,250,406
          Total Expenditures                            8,944,376                          8,911,459                  10,534,971           10,737,759                        21,838,732

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                   (4,630,868)                        (4,351,306)                 (5,937,068)          (5,991,618)                      (13,064,628)


 Fund Summary
 General Fund                                           7,110,498                          7,235,702                   8,142,589            8,345,377                        17,093,944
 Health & Safety Enhancement                              220,699                            232,956                         -                    -                                 -
 VALIANT Operations                                        82,143                                -                           -                    -                                 -
 Adult Correction Programs                              1,264,524                          1,227,465                   2,063,000            2,063,000                         3,867,279
 Court Security                                            53,578                             85,458                     245,000              245,000                           448,327
 Capital Improvements                                     212,934                            129,878                      84,382               84,382                           429,182
 Total Budget by Fund                                   8,944,375                          8,911,459                  10,534,971           10,737,759                        21,838,732

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                    89.11                           82.76                       72.50                    76.00                                74.60
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                 NA                              NA                        10.66                     8.66                                 9.33

 Reserves                                                          -                             -                     1,119,108             1,050,071                         1,250,406




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                               Employees per 1,000 population
value)



   50%
                                                                                                     1.25
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   30%                                                                                               1.00

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           2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                                                                               Actual          Actual       Adopted           Adjusted          Adopted
              Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted            Adopted




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                                                                Overview
Department Head Message
     This budget contains no significant changes in service delivery for the coming biennium. Staffing is anticipated to remain stable and
no additional programs will be added.

     The uncertainty of adequate stable funding for Community Corrections programs continues to be a concern. Funding cuts in the
current biennium and forecasts for the future have resulted in a steady reduction in supervision services, including the full time program
coordinator to provide rehabilitative classes for offenders on probation and in the jail.

     This budget contains continued funding in the correctional facility for two FTE for Courthouse Security that were added in February
2004. The cost of the positions is split between the courthouse security fund and the general fund.

     The Sheriff's Office continues to seek grant funding wherever possible. In the last year we received an additional $100,000 from
Homeland Security grants to purchase surveillance equipment for patrol operations. Emergency Management also partnered with the
regional hospitals in a successful grant application resulting in $355,000 to enhance community capabilities to respond to bio-terrorist
events.

     The Sheriff's Office continues to pursue the strategic goals established in February 2001. Strategic planning and professional
development initiatives are under way that will provide long-term direction for the organization and develop the leadership for the future.
The BCSO is also on schedule to achieve accreditation from the Oregon Accreditation Alliance during the biennium.

     One series of initiatives that will strengthen the organization and improve efficiencies and effectiveness is the co-location project with
the Corvallis Police Department. Both agencies have joined in an effort to conduct joint training; coordinate patrol operations; and purchase
fuel and other consumables together. Efforts are also underway to create a single computer domain that will host the information
technology needs of both organizations; this effort will result in higher reliability and reduce the inconvenience in moving data between law
enforcement partners. Another effort is studying the feasibility of co-locating similar function in the Law Enforcement Center.

    2004 marked the first Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy. In the year ahead we will introduce additional initiatives to raise community
awareness regarding the Sheriff's Office and how the valuable services we provide contribute to livability and add value to the community.




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                                                        Support Services

                                           2003 Annual       2004 Annual         2005 Annual            2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual            Actual             Adopted               Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                  749                332                      -                      -                    -
Charges for Service                            89,681             91,662             88,442                115,986             199,548
Operating Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                  -                845                        -
Capital Grants/Contributions                                           -                  -                                          -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                  -                                          -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                         -                  -                  -                                          -
        Total Program Income                   90,430             91,994             88,442                116,831             199,548

Personal Services                             533,461            558,848            567,333                567,333            1,161,382
Materials & Services                          149,570            159,119            164,569                189,473              342,355
Capital Outlay                                          -                  -                  -              1,690                        -
Other                                                   -                  -            360                    360                  720
         Total Expenditures                   683,031            717,967            732,262                758,856            1,504,457

Surplus/(Deficit)                            (592,601)          (625,972)          (643,820)              (642,025)          (1,304,909)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                8.00                   8.00                 7.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                0.11                   0.11                 0.71


Purpose:     Provide leadership, policy, accounting, and coordination with Human Resources, Budget, and Finance Offices. Conduct
             department-wide planning, management training, and data processing support for employees and volunteers.

Accomplishments:
 þ Conducted first annual Citizen's Academy.
 þ Citizen Complaints reduced by 50%.
 þ Completed BCDSA contract negotiations within the time frame designated
 þ Successfully recruited and appointed Law Enforcement Lieutenant and Parole & Probation Lieutenant.
 þ Maintained strategic planning and a professional development program to prepare staff for future leadership roles.
 þ Third successful year of the employee award and recognition program.

Performance Measures:
                                                                                       2002                  2003            2004
Complete 95% of Citizen Complaint investigations within 45 days of submittal.                 100%               100%               75%
Achieve a 90% satisfaction rating from customer survey.                                           N/A            92.4%           94.1%
100% of all employee evaluations completed within 30 days of anniversary date.                    N/A           N/A **              50%

Objectives
 ¨ All department personnel will attend a minimum of one cultural proficiency training event.
 ¨ Staff will attend 50% of cross-divisional training events.
 ¨ Continue to encourage employees to actively participate in community service organizations and projects.
 ¨ Develop system for ensuring all case reports are completed and accounted for through the Records Management System.
 ¨ Implement a new records management system.
 ¨ Facilitate and complete relocation of BCSO with Corvallis Police Department.
 ¨ Gain accreditation from the Oregon Accreditation Alliance.




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                                                      Criminal Division

                                           2003 Annual         2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                      Adopted

 General Revenues                                5,303             24,708              7,187                7,187                     15,900
 Charges for Service                           171,033            180,227            160,363              160,363                    355,294
 Operating Grants/Contributions                235,258            142,915            152,277              263,353                    283,165
 Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                    -                 -                   -                           -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                    -                 -                   -                           -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                             -          7,423                      -                    -                  1,051
        Total Program Income                   411,594            355,273            319,827              430,903                    655,410

 Personal Services                             2,503,177          2,431,004          2,441,125            2,441,265                  5,407,192
 Materials & Services                            971,172          1,073,768          1,101,047            1,103,547                  2,404,715
 Capital Outlay                                  3,813             17,200             20,000              142,152                       2,547
 Other                                                   -                  -         30,280               30,280                      10,560
         Total Expenditures                  3,478,162          3,521,972          3,592,452            3,717,244                   7,825,014

 Surplus/(Deficit)                          (3,066,568)        (3,166,699)        (3,272,625)          (3,286,341)                 (7,169,604)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                 NA               29.00                29.00                       31.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                 NA                3.80                 3.80                        3.00


Purpose:     Provide uniformed patrol, traffic enforcement, criminal investigation, crime prevention, civil paper service and specialized
             response teams.

Accomplishments:
  þ 100% of Division Personnel complied with Cultural Proficiency Training
  þ Purchased Nite Vision Equipment with Federal Grant Funding
  þ Leadership and Professional Development Training Attendance
  þ Law Enforcement Lieutenant appointed
  þ Staff Cross-Divisional Training Attended

Performance Measures:
                                                                                      2000           2001               2002         2003
Maintain crime clearance rate (Part I & II) of 75% clearance                            96.4%          96.8%             N/A*            82%
Maintain quality Reserve Deputy program that contributes a minimum of 10,000           15,718          13,633            10,788        10,566
volunteer hours of services to the community.
Aggressively enforce traffic laws in areas known for high speed and high           4,299 cites     4,201 cites          282811     3,272 cites
incidence of traffic crashes.Fatal Accidents in Benton County                              11                4                               3
100% of deputies will obtain a minimum of 80 hours of training during each                95%           100%              100%          100%
fiscal year.
100% of employee evaluations completed                                                    N/A            N/A             N/A**              0%

     * Information unavailable due to OSP staffing cuts. ** All employees received their initial evaluation in 2002/03.

Objectives
  ¨ All division personnel will attend a minimum of one cultural proficiency training event per year
  ¨ Establish a quality control system for reports and report writing.
  ¨ All staff will attend 50% of the cross-divisional training events a year
  ¨ Employee Evaluations will be conducted on an annual basis
  ¨ Continue a professional development program for future leadership.
  ¨ Complete policies and procedures for Division operations.




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                                                       Parole & Probation

                                             2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual             Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                  Adopted

 General Revenues                                        -            2,355                      -                   -                       -
 Charges for Service                               88,007            88,395             67,275              67,275                 170,000
 Operating Grants/Contributions                 1,008,690         1,336,142          1,316,723           1,318,267               2,571,077
 Capital Grants/Contributions                           0               -                  -                   -                       -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                  -                   -                       -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                      206,227           121,854            200,000             200,000                 250,000
         Total Program Income                  1,302,924          1,548,746          1,583,998           1,585,542               2,991,077

 Personal Services                                877,765           734,581            878,456             902,312               1,802,775
 Materials & Services                             303,306           392,626            574,217             604,398               1,128,135
 Capital Outlay                                          -                    -                  -           1,544                           -
 Other                                                   -                    -        131,325              77,288                  60,167
          Total Expenditures                   1,181,071          1,127,206          1,583,998           1,585,542               2,991,077

 Surplus/(Deficit)                              121,854             421,539                 -                   -                       -

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA               13.00                14.50                  12.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA                0.00                 0.00                   0.20


Purpose:      To protect the community by providing effective parole and probation supervision within Benton County. To swiftly apply
              appropriate sanctions to those offenders who violate the conditions of their parole and probations. To provide offenders with
              appropriate counseling and evidence-based rehabilitative services.

Accomplishments
 þ Developed partnership with Benton County Mental Health to open and operate the New Beginnings Treatment Center;
 þ Funded Program Coordinator position in the Benton County Corrections Facility to provide cognitive restructuring and other client
   programming to inmates.
 þ Provided strong continuum of sanctions with quick response to offender violations
 þ Implemented specialized Mental Health caseload
 þ Maintained Drug Treatment Court partnership
 þ Increased overall supervision fee collection rate.
 þ All staff attended cultural proficiency training and met 50% cross-divisional training requirements.

Performance Measures
                                                                                       2001          2002            2003        2004
Maintain a parole and probation positive case closure rate of 70%                          65%           67%             65%          75%
80% of offenders referred to cognitive programs will successfully complete the             65%           66%             81%          75%
program.
80% of sex offenders will successfully complete or maintain participation in sex           88%           84%             95%          94%
offender treatment progress.
80% of supervised Drug Treatment Court participants will successfully                       N/A          N/A             81%          87%
complete or maintain participation in Drug Treatment Court (DTC).
100% of employee evaluations completed within 30 days of anniversary date.                  N/A          N/A             90%          58%

Objectives
 ¨ Create and update procedures manual for Community Corrections.
 ¨ Cultural Proficiency training for all staff.
 ¨ Continue partnership with Drug Treatment Court.
 ¨ Develop 2005 - 2007 Community Corrections Plan for submission to Oregon Department of Corrections July 01, 2005.
 ¨ Maintain professional development program to prepare deputies for future leadership roles.
 ¨ All staff will attend 50% of the cross-divisional training events.


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                                                     Courthouse Security

                                            2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual       2005 Annual            05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual             Actual             Adopted          Adjusted                    Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                  -                   -                 -
Charges for Service
Operating Grants/Contributions                  65,483              58,698               55,000            55,000                 112,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                   -                    -                 -                       -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                   -                    -                 -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                    195,979             207,884              190,000           190,000                 150,000
        Total Program Income                   261,462             266,582              245,000           245,000                 262,000

Personal Services                                42,820             50,739               57,542           107,942                 352,933
Materials & Services                              8,380              3,128                6,330             6,330                  17,582
Capital Outlay                                    2,378             31,591               30,000            30,000                           -
Other                                                 -                  -              151,128           136,128                  77,812
         Total Expenditures                      53,578             85,458              245,000           280,400                 448,327

Surplus/(Deficit)                              207,884             181,124                    -           (35,400)                (186,327)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA                 0.00               2.00                      2.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA                 2.00               0.00                      0.22


Purpose:    To provide Courthouse Security that will provide safety and security to the Benton County Courthouse, the personnel therein
            as well as the visitors and patrons. (Prior to mid-2005 the Court Security Fund was a part of the non-departmental budget,
            although the department managed daily operations. This budget consolidates general fund and court security fund
            expenditures and history. Surpluses and reserves are within the Court Security fund.)

Accomplishments
  þ Established a Sheriff's Office Courthouse Security Program with two Corrections Deputies, funded by the Courthouse Security
    Fund and CURF.
  þ Continued to make physical security improvements to the courtrooms, offices, and external access.

Performance Measures
                                         Measure                                                  2005          2006             2007
Conduct an internal and external survey that reflects 80% satisfactory rating for the                    NA            NA               NA
Courthouse Security Program.
Job performance evaluations on Courthouse Security Deputies will reflect "Meets" to                      NA            NA               NA
"Exceeds" in all categories.
 Attend minimum of 40 hours of training each year to maintain certification and                          NA            NA               NA
knowledge of courthouse security procedures.

Objectives
  ¨ Develop and implement policies and procedures for the Courthouse Security Program by September 1, 2005.
  ¨ Complete all recommended physical security improvements to the Courthouse by October 1, 2005.
  ¨ Complete final phase of security improvements of Courthouse by limiting access to the 4th Street entrance and the 5th Street
    entrance except for those with mobility issues.
  ¨ Cultural Proficiency training for all staff.
  ¨ All staff will attend 50% of the cross-divisional training events.




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                                                            Corrections

                                          2003 Annual         2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual              Actual           Adopted           Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                               12,137             10,602             13,559            13,559                 17,310
Charges for Service                            78,432              8,223             37,420            37,420                 83,024
Operating Grants/Contributions                 30,939             28,204             25,875            33,104                 51,750
Capital Grants/Contributions
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                  -                  -                  -                    -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                       -                  -                  -                                       -
        Total Program Income                  121,507             47,030             76,854            84,083               152,084

Personal Services                           1,331,467          1,464,487          1,460,890         1,460,890              3,268,573
Materials & Services                          433,968            420,636            466,855           466,855                933,056
Capital Outlay                                  6,259                      -                  -        14,458                          -
Other                                                   -                  -         18,710            18,710                 37,420
         Total Expenditures                 1,771,695          1,885,123          1,946,455         1,960,913              4,239,049

Surplus/(Deficit)                          (1,650,187)        (1,838,093)        (1,869,601)        (1,876,830)           (4,086,965)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA               16.65             16.65                  16.55
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                3.70              3.70                   4.20


Purpose:     Protect the community and deter further crime through effective rehabilitation and reintegration of criminal offenders,
             effectively manage the use of jail beds in contract counties, and provide safe transport services for adult and juveniles
             defendants.

Accomplishments
 þ Completed over 3870 bookings.
 þ Completed over 3154 inmate releases from BCCF and contract beds.
 þ Provided over 1600 direct medical, dental and mental health services to the inmate population.
 þ Received Board of Commission approval to transfer Court Security program to Corrections Facility. Two deputy positions funded;
   one from the general fund and one from the Court Security fund. All ratings on the Results Group Team Member Opinion Survey
   increased from initial survey. Staff collaboratively developed new Mission and Value Statements for the Facility.
 þ Offered a variety of rehabilitation programming to the inmate population, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous,
   Prison Fellowship religious services and GED. In addition, this new classes were offered: parenting, Food Handlers, Job Skills,
   Breaking Barriers and First Aid and CPR. We also had 2 students successfully obtain their LBCC Adult Basic Education
   Certificate while in custody.
 þ Had no successful escapes, serious assaults either inmate to staff or inmate to inmate, and experienced no successful lawsuits by
   inmates for violations on constitutional grounds.
 þ All staff received over forty- (40) hours of training including career development and officer safety courses.
 þ Replaced obsolete fire control panel.
 þ All staff received annual performance evaluations.




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Performance Measures:
                                                                           2001           2002            2003             2004
Operate the Benton County Corrections Facility without a successful                0                 0             0     one suicide.
inmate escape, suicide or lawsuit for constitutional grounds.
Number of Benton County Corrections Facility's staff that are certified            2                 3             3                 3
Oregon Jail Standards Inspectors
Earn a compliance rating 95% or higher on Oregon Jail Standards                 N/A           99.1%           99.7%    Not inspected
inspections.                                                                                                                 in 2004
Recover Health Care Services Fee.                                               N/A              N/A             N/A        $729.54
100% of employee evaluations completed within 30 days of                        N/A           100%            100%                95%
anniversary date.
Deputies received a minimum of 40 hours of training annually. All             100%            100%            100%             100%
qualified with firearms.

Objectives
  ¨ Evaluate cost effectiveness of inmate booking/medical assessment system.
  ¨ Replace or complete long term Facility roof repair.
  ¨ Replace security cameras and monitors.
  ¨ All staff will attend or view video of 50% of cross-divisional trainings.
  ¨ Obtain funding source for parenting course provided by Old Mill School.
  ¨ Even with loss of Program Coordinator position, continue to offer Job Skills, Food Handlers, and First Aid and CPR classes to
    medium and minimum classification inmates.
  ¨ All new supervisors will attend the Results Group Sergeant Academy.
  ¨ All staff will attend cultural proficiency training.
  ¨ Revise/create policies for jail operation including transport and court security functions.




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                                                     Emergency Services

                                            2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual                05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual             Actual            Adopted           Adjusted                        Adopted

 General Revenues                                   593             3,365               1,400                1,400                       2,800
 Charges for Service                                      -           203                        -                   -                           -
 Operating Grants/Contributions                  39,472           110,051            135,000              135,000                     153,000
 Capital Grants/Contributions
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                 -                     -                   -                         -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                      4,093             1,788                        -                   -                 61,724
         Total Program Income                    44,159           115,407            136,400              136,400                     217,524

 Personal Services                             136,224            145,290            155,558              155,558                     333,842
 Materials & Services                           67,459             68,068            110,864              110,864                     194,505
 Capital Outlay                                 13,557              3,032             20,000               20,000                       4,000
 Other                                                    -                 -          1,000                1,000                       2,000
          Total Expenditures                    217,240           216,390            287,422              287,422                     534,347

 Surplus/(Deficit)                             (173,081)          (100,983)         (151,022)             (151,022)                   (316,823)

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                NA                   2.00                2.00                        2.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                NA                   0.00                0.00                        0.00


Purpose:      Provide coordination of emergency services for all natural and man-made disasters, including search and rescue operations,
              outdoor safety programs, and disaster preparedness education for all residents of Benton County.

Accomplishments
 þ Completed 46 searches/response/training exercises, with volunteers donating 13,043 mission hours and 11,896 mission miles.
 þ Organized and conducted ground/road/water search efforts for Brooke Wilberger, a 19 year old woman abducted from Corvallis.
   Utilized thousands of community volunteers to search thousands of acres.
 þ Completed response to Presidential declared winter storm disaster. Sought and received reimbursement for various local
   government agencies from the federal government for storm fight efforts.
 þ Assisted in distribution of $850,000 in Terrorism Grants to improve response and preparedness within Benton County.
 þ Completed revision and update of the Ambulance Service plan for Benton County.
 þ Increased preparedness and response capability of Samaritan Health Services 5 hospital/tri county system through grant funding,
   planning, and training of new equipment. Obtained radio systems to allow hospitals inter-hospital communication during disasters.
 þ Assist Oregon State University and Albany School District with disaster planning and preparedness for their students.
 þ Partnered with Oregon Region 2 (Lincoln, Linn, Benton, Marion, Yamhill, Polk counties) to increase regional health preparedness
   and planning for cross-county and mutual aid events. Progress included standardizing response plans, methods and means of
   communication, and equipment purchases.

Performance Measures
                                    Measure                                            02            03                  04            05
Search and Rescue Volunteer                                                                     14         12                  22            17
Incident Command Training                                                                       25         53                  33            60
LBNET Training                                                                                   7          6                   6             4
Evaluations                                                                                 N/A           N/A                 100           100

Objectives
 ¨ Update and rewrite the County Emergency Operation Plan to integrate the new National Response Plan.
 ¨ Complete the Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan.
 ¨ Conduct a full scale exercise for the County Incident Management Team.
 ¨ Present emergency preparedness information to critical service workers so they and their family can prepare before a disaster
   strikes.
 ¨ Continue to develop and grow the critical incident stress Crisis Response Team for first responders.

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                                                      Transition Officer

                                           2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual            05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual              Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                    Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                   -                   -                    -                         -
Charges for Service                                145                 -                   -                    -                         -
Operating Grants/Contributions                     -                   -                   -                    -                         -
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                   -                   -                    -                         -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                   -                   -                    -                         -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                        -                   -                   -                    -                         -
        Total Program Income                       145                 -                   -                    -                         -

Personal Services                              102,271            101,074             108,106              108,106                 228,394
Materials & Services                            17,958             22,936              29,065               29,065                  81,120
Capital Outlay                                     -                  -                   -                    -                       -
Other                                                    -                  -             120                  120                     240
         Total Expenditures                    120,229            124,010             137,291              137,291                 309,754

Surplus/(Deficit)                             (120,084)           (124,010)          (137,291)          (137,291)                  (309,754)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          1.00               1.00               1.00                  1.00                    1.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     N/A                N/A                1.05                  1.05                    1.00


Purpose:    Administer a five-year local option levy dedicated for contracting out-of-county jail beds. Additionally, provide a transition
            center for the successful reintegration of offenders from jail to the community.

Accomplishments
  þ Transition Center operated without significant incident. No controlled substances or alcohol were found on the premises. Residents
    participated in Jobs Skill classes, Anger Management, Framework for Recovery, Commitment to Change, Parenting Skills,
    Breaking Barriers and attended substance abuse treatment through Discovery Counseling.

Performance Measures:
                              Performance Measure                                     2001          2002             2003          2004
98% occupancy rate for contract beds used in Yamhill and Lincoln County                  100%          100%             98%            97%
Corrections Facilities
The Transition Center will house a minimum of 30 indigent Community                        NA              31               33          NA
Corrections offenders during the year.

Objectives:
  ¨ Maintain operation of the Transition Center to provide alcohol and drug-free housing, structure and rehabilitative programming to
    Community Corrections offenders.




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                                                          Jail Space Rental

                                            2003 Annual        2004 Annual          2005 Annual       2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual             Actual              Adopted          Adjusted                      Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                   -                  -                           -
Charges for Service                                 -                  -                   -                  -                           -
Operating Grants/Contributions                1,449,461          1,503,649           1,443,000          1,443,000                   3,153,716
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                   -                  -                           -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -                   -                  -                           -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     316,501            501,583             620,000            620,000                     713,563
        Total Program Income                  1,765,962          2,005,232           2,063,000          2,063,000                   3,867,279

Personal Services                               172,218            172,781             206,444            206,444                     535,660
Materials & Services                            810,663            780,229           1,005,462          1,005,462                   2,088,961
Capital Outlay                                   13,818              2,849                       -                  -                           -
Other                                           147,595            147,595             713,803            713,803                     932,904
         Total Expenditures                   1,144,294          1,103,455           1,925,709          1,925,709                   3,557,525

Surplus/(Deficit)                              621,668             901,777             137,291            137,291                    309,754

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA                 2.85                 2.85                      3.05
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA                 0.00                 0.00                      0.00


Purpose:     Administer a five-year local option levy dedicated for contracting out-of-county jail beds. Additionally, provide a transition
             center for the successful reintegration of offenders from jail to the community.Accomplishments:

Accomplishments
 þ Completed over 22,552 transport miles without incident or accident while safely moving 1210 between county and state facilities
   and other designated locations.
 þ Attended regional Transport Staff Training.
 þ Received Commissioners approval to upgrade one Transport Deputy position to the Sergeant rank. This sergeant will supervise
   both Transport and Court Security Units.
 þ Successfully coordinated the moving of inmates between Benton County and contract beds in Lincoln and Benton Counties without
   injury or accident.
 þ Purchased M26 Tasers for Transport Deputy and Sergeant.

Performance Measures:
                              Performance Measure                                       2001         2002               2003         2004
100% safe, secure and efficient transportation of all adult and juvenile inmates.         1,264         1,963             1,072         1,210

Objectives
 ¨ Improve relationship with indigent defense attorneys by addressing attorney-client confidentiality concern with the video
   conferencing equipment.
 ¨ Implement Non-Judicial Waiver Extradition process in cooperation with Courts and District Attorney's Office.
 ¨ Implement revised transport related policy.
 ¨ Obtain supervisory training for Transport Sergeant to include DPPST Supervisory and Mid-Management courses.




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                                              General Capital Improvements


                                              2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual           2005 Annual   05 - 07 Biennial
                                                   Actual           Actual          Adopted               Adjusted           Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                 -                 -                    -                -
Charges for Service                               16,790            16,790                 -                    -                -
Operating Grants/Contributions                  100,000                  -                 -                    -                -
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                 -                 -                    -           41,000
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -            92,750            84,382               84,382          286,580
Capital Beginning Balance                        115,861            19,717                 -                    -          101,602
        Total Program Income                     232,651           129,257            84,382               84,382          429,182

Personal Services                                      -                 -                 -                    -                -
Materials & Services                              17,649                 -                 -                    -                -
Capital Outlay                                   195,285           129,878            12,000               12,000          300,599
Other                                                  -                 -            72,382               72,382          128,583
         Total Expenditures                      212,934           129,878            84,382               84,382          429,182

Surplus/(Deficit)                                 19,717              (621)                 -                   -                  -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                           NA                 NA               0.00                 0.00              0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                 NA               0.00                 0.00              0.00


Purpose:    Reserve capital funds for heavy maintenance and repair of interior and exterior components of the Jail. Amount reserved
            annually ($16,790) is based on a 50 year facility depreciation schedule. Account for other major Law Enforcement related
            Capital Improvement as described in the Capital Improvement Plan.

Accomplishments
  þ Replaced the Fire alarm system in jail.

Objectives
  ¨ Replace roof in 2005/06.
  ¨ Remodel Law Enforcement Building to co-locate functions with City of Corvallis Police Department.
  ¨ Fund County share of proposed replacement of records management software.




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                                             Natural Areas and Parks
Department Head:   Jerry Davis, Parks Director

Location:          Avery Complex
                   360 SW Avery Avenue
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6871

FAX:               (541) 766-6891

Organization:      The department director is appointed and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Commissioners.

                   Major functions include natural areas, parks, adult corrections work crew, campground, and trails management
                   and operation (over 1,400 acres of parkland), county building grounds maintenance, Crystal Lake Cemetery
                   operations and maintenance, and community project management associated with grants, economic development
                   and other resources.

                   A Parks Advisory Board is appointed by the Board of Commissioners (BOC) to advise department and BOC on
                   resource management and development issues. There are also special technical advisory groups for development
                   and management of the Jackson-Frazier Wetland and Fort Hoskins Historic Park.




                                  Parks Department

                                                       Board of
                                                     Commissioners




                                                         Director




                                                    Corrections Work         Community Project
                           Park Operations               Crew                  Coordinator




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                                                                                              Budget Summary

                                                                         2003 Annual                     2004 Annual          2005 Annual               2005 Annual                    05 - 07 Biennial
                                                                              Actual                          Actual              Adopted                  Adjusted                            Adopted

General Revenues                                                                 2,091                             0                         0                      0                                 0
Charges for Service                                                             88,888                        85,275                    80,820                 80,820                           170,153
Operating Grants                                                               198,283                       194,508                   286,100                286,100                           524,315
Capital Grants                                                                   2,500                       117,101                   236,954                236,954                           830,000
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                                      101,355                        65,974                    46,967                 46,967                           110,115
Dedicated Beginning Balance                                                    169,489                       155,265                   344,000                344,000                           322,051
          Total Resources                                                      562,606                       618,123                   994,841                994,841                         1,956,634

Personal Services                                                              493,273                       483,283                 510,867                 510,867                          1,117,856
Materials & Services                                                           261,683                       236,604                 282,398                 282,398                            588,462
Capital Outlay                                                                 104,732                        62,042                 399,950                 399,950                          1,006,760
Other                                                                           61,953                        97,480                 357,138                 357,138                            434,956
         Total Expenditures                                                    921,641                       879,408               1,550,353               1,550,353                          3,148,034

Surplus / (Deficit)                                                           -359,035                       -261,285                  -555,512              -555,512                       -1,191,400


Fund Summary
General Fund                                                                   644,352                       646,349                 683,429                 683,429                          1,476,905
Capital Improvement Fund                                                         3,983                        25,592                 128,500                 128,500                                  0
Enterprise Operations                                                           53,383                        41,892                  57,220                  57,220                            117,836
Trust Fund                                                                     203,269                       138,788                 533,504                 533,504                          1,305,125
Cemetery Operations                                                             16,654                        26,787                 147,700                 147,700                            248,168
Total Budget by Fund                                                           921,641                       879,408               1,550,353               1,550,353                          3,148,034

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                                             8.51                      8.51                      7.94                       7.94                              7.95
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                                         NA                        NA                       0.85                       0.85                              1.49




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                                               Employees per 1,000 population
value)



   20%                                                                                                            0.14
           General Fund Only
   18%
                                                                                                                  0.12                                                                        0.12
   16%                                                                                                                      0.11             0.11          0.11              0.11

   14%                                                                                                            0.10


   12%
                                                                                                                  0.08

   10%
                                                                                               8.1%               0.06
      8%

                 5.6%                                     5.7%
      6%                                                                                                          0.04

      4%
                                                                                                                  0.02
      2%
                                      0.3%                                  0.0%                                  0.00
      0%                                                                                                                 2003 Annual      2004 Annual   2005 Annual      2005 Annual     05 - 07 Biennial
           2003 Annual Actual   2004 Annual Actual 2005 Annual Adopted   2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                                                                                            Actual           Actual       Adopted          Adjusted          Adopted
                                                                           Adjusted           Adopted




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                                                               Overview
Department Head Message
     In April 2003, the Board of Commissioners renamed the Parks Department to Natural Areas and Parks Department to better reflect the
inclusion of activities such as passive recreation, environmental education and restoration. Staff in the department pride themselves in
working with the advisory committees, other members of the public, partnering public agencies and non-profits, private landowners, and
businesses to provide outstanding services while continually facing financial constraints.

      The department presently manages over 1400 acres, with most of the acreage in natural areas. The parks system enjoys a broad range
of resources for people of all ages. For example: Jackson-Frazier Wetland has a barrier free boardwalk, allowing folks in wheelchairs easy
access to this beautiful resource; Fort Hoskins Historic Park is on the National Historic Register and is developed to interpret our rich
history; Adair Park is developed to provide large group picnics, and includes a newly constructed children's play area and an 18-hole Disc
Golf Course; Salmonberry Campground is located on the Alsea River and provides a camping experience in a stunningly beautiful valley;
recently acquired Crystal Lake Cemetery is also on the National Historic Register and is supported by a 'friends group' that is helping this
resource be a great educational resource; Beazell Memorial Forest is our largest resource at 586 acres. This site is still being developed for
passive recreation and for forest education purposes. These sites mentioned are an example of the incredible diversity in our parks system.




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                                                   Corrections Work Crew

                                            2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual              Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

 General Revenues                                      -                   -                  -                  -                      -
 Charges for Service                                      -                  -           1,500              1,500                    500
 Operating Grants                                      -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Capital Grants                                        -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                             -                  -                  -                  -                      -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                           -                  -                  -                  -                      -
           Total Resources                             -                  -              1,500              1,500                    500

 Personal Services                               25,741             28,271              29,715             29,715                 70,001
 Materials & Services                             8,998              6,320               7,077              7,077                 15,695
 Capital Outlay                                     637              1,099                 900                900                  4,600
 Other                                                -                  -                   -                  -                      -
         Total Expenditures                      35,376             35,691              37,692             37,692                 90,296

 Surplus / (Deficit)                            (35,376)            (35,691)           (36,192)           (36,192)               (89,796)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          0.50                0.50               0.50               0.50                   0.50
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                  NA                0.00               0.00                   0.00


Purpose:      Provide a sentencing alternative for nonviolent offenders performing maintenance activities and services for county and other
              local governments. The work crew is a public safety program managed within the Parks Department.
Budget Note:       Half of the Work Crew budget is in Parks and half of the budget is in the Public Works Department Road Fund.

Accomplishments
 þ Using minimum wage rates, performed $62,830 worth of labor for community service support.
 þ Provided a productive alternative to incarceration and saved Benton County $133,680 of incarceration costs (time not spent in jail).
 þ Supplemented Parks Maintenance staff in completing various operational tasks.
 þ Partnered with Corvallis Parks and Recreation to maintain trail connections in Bald Hill City Park and on other area trails
 þ Assisted setup and takedown for da Vinci Days community event
 þ Assisted with Crystal Lake Cemetery maintenance and cleanup projects
 þ Assisted with site preparation for Adair Park Playground replacement
 þ Assisted with numerous landscape maintenance, site preparation and construction projects.

Performance Measures:
 • Labor performed for community service support: $ 62,830
 • Incarceration costs saved (time not spent in jail): $133,680
 • Hours of labor performed for community projects:      8,912

Objectives:
 ¨ Assist various public agencies and communities with public service projects
 ¨ Assist department with landscape maintenance and construction projects
 ¨ Assist department in construction and maintenance of trails
 ¨ Assist Fairgrounds with maintenance and construction projects
 ¨ Provide a productive alternative to incarceration




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                                                        Parks Operations

                                            2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual             Actual             Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                                  2,091                  -                   -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                              44,062             38,718              25,200             25,200                 56,800
Operating Grants                                 67,987             73,122              73,700             73,700                138,600
Capital Grants                                        -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                        13,912             21,724              27,517             27,517                 89,605
Dedicated Beginning Balance                       2,000                  -                   -                  -                      -
          Total Resources                       130,052            133,565             126,417            126,417                285,005

Personal Services                               451,959            453,929             481,152             481,152              1,047,066
Materials & Services                            138,362            146,666             161,985             161,985                327,383
Capital Outlay                                    8,057             10,063               2,600               2,600                 12,160
Other                                            10,598                                                                                 -
         Total Expenditures                     608,975            610,659             645,737            645,737               1,386,609

Surplus / (Deficit)                            (478,924)          (477,094)           (519,320)           (519,320)            (1,101,604)

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          7.44                7.44               7.44                7.44                   7.45
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                  NA                0.85                0.85                   1.49


Purpose:      To provide accessible, quality facilities and services that meet the needs of county residents and guests.

Accomplishments
  þ 600 hours of Volunteer services for Citizen Advisory Committees (Parks Advisory Board, Jackson-Frazier Wetland Technical
    Advisory Committee, Fort Hoskins Citizens Advisory committee)
  þ 3000 Hours of Park Volunteers for projects at the following sites: Fort Hoskins Historic Park; Jackson-Frazier Wetland; Trails
    Programs (site preparation, maintenance, clearing, upkeep); Salmonberry Campground; Beazell Memorial Forest; Fitton Green
    Open Space Resource.
  þ Coordinated several Eagle Scout and Boy Scout Community Service Projects:
  þ Fitton Green Trail Improvements
  þ *Educational Outreach: Provided opportunities for outdoor classroom projects and research, and received valuable products for
    park operations. Coordinated volunteer outreach programs at middle and elementary schools, LBCC & OSU. Co-sponsored, with
    Corvallis Parks and Recreation, Heart of the Valley Astronomers club and associated community events. Sponsored volunteer
    service for 4-H Wildlife Stewards program with OSU Extension Service; Salmon Watch Field Trips by Oregon Trout at Clemens
    Park
  þ Partnered Research Projects (with OSU, USDA Forest Service, Fish & Wildlife, College, High School and Middle School
    Students) at Beazell Memorial Forest, Fort Hoskins Historic Park, Fitton Green Natural Area, and Jackson-Frazier Wetland
  þ Jerry Davis and Department received 2004 Trail Advocate Award from American Trails Board
  þ Allan Kitzman and Department received 2004 Benton Soil & Water Conservation District Cooperator of the Year Award
  þ Received Extension through 2007 for Fort Hoskins Historic Park Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program (WHIP) funds of Oak
    Savannah Restoration work; partners - Benton Soil & Water District and USDA
  þ Partnered with Avery House Nature Center/Corvallis Environmental Center for ongoing educational programs at Clemens Park,
    Beazell Memorial Forest and Fort Hoskins Historic Park
  þ Partnerships with State Operated Community Program (SOCP) Group Homes for Job Training opportunities for weekend Parks
    Maintenance duties; Partnership with Work Unlimited Vocational Rehabilitation for assistance with Crystal Lake Cemetery
    inventory and database; Partnership with Albertina Kerr Youth Crew - landscape projects with Parks' Landscape Gardener
  þ Complete Revision/Update of Jackson-Frazier Wetland Management Plan; ready for Planning Commission review and BOC
    adoption
  þ Completed Adair Park Playground Rehabilitation, with Local Government Grant Program assistance
  þ Partnered with Public Works to construct Salmonberry Campground Showers Addition, with County Opportunity Grant Fund
    Assistance
  þ Partnered with Benton County Public Works to complete major infrastructure improvements (access, parking, trails and
    connections) at Fitton Green Natural Area


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 þ Continued Cooperative & Partnership Agreements with US Fish & Wildlife for Restoration Activities at Jackson-Frazier Wetland,
   Beazell Memorial Forest and Fitton Green Natural Area
 þ Managed construction of Alsea Community Center Library as part of coordination of Block Grant program for BOC
 þ Completed 2004 Need and Issues Inventory Annual Update and working with agencies to develop funding packages for projects
 þ Continued Updating of County Parks Website; Update, Printing & Distribution of "Parks of Benton County" brochure
 þ Partnered with Council of Governments to secure Benton County project funding through Regional Investment Fund Program
 þ Continued partnership with Community Services Consortium to provide housing rehabilitation assistance to Benton County
   residents, and will apply for new grant funds
 þ Partnered with Community Development Dept. on grants for unincorporated area planning efforts and update of B.C.
   Comprehensive Plan
 þ Continued implementation of Fitton Green Stewardship Plan - restoring native upland meadow and Oregon White Oak habitat
 þ Completed 3rd Social Gathering event (BCC Chapter 13) - Shrewsbury Renaissance Faire, Sept. 2004
 þ Disc Golf Course Expansion & Improvements at Adair Park; Donations (with Clubhouse Enterprise) funded; Volunteers designed
   & constructed course & site improvements
 þ Continued Investigation of Opportunities with State Parks and south County neighbors for Willamette River restoration sites,
   including Norwood Island and Anderson Park; Norwood Island Conservation Easement secured
 þ Supported daVinci Community and Design Committee
 þ Parks and Public Works staff worked to create float for 20th annual Community Parade Nov. 2004

Performance Measures:
 • Parks Department goal is a 50% return of park user (reservations) survey forms, which would give the department approximately
    52 annual surveys to provide feedback on operations.
 • 2004 season = 83% return of survey forms [87 surveys returned out of 105 sent]
 • Of the respondent park user surveys, the Parks Department will strive for 90% or better number of responses in the "excellent" and
    "good" categories (choices are poor, satisfactory, good and excellent) for the following services [2003 calendar year reservation
    season]:
 • Reservation process/contact with Parks staff 98%
 • Condition of group picnic area 94%
 • Condition of restrooms 96%
 • Kitchen shelter/food preparation area 95%
 • Sports fields/play areas 95%
 • Roadways/pathways/parking 94%
 • Park appearance and maintenance 97%
 • One hundred percent of Parks Maintenance Staff will maintain current Public Pesticide Applicator license. 100%

Objectives
 ¨ Partner with Girl Scouts of Santiam Council for Adair Park International Camporee July 2005
 ¨ Continue partnership with Adair Disc Golf Course volunteers: design & construct additional course & site improvements; funded
   through donations (and Clubhouse Enterprise funds)
 ¨ Continue partnership with Radio Control Club volunteers: Adair Aerodrome site maintenance, upkeep
 ¨ Assist compatibility of use for Adair Disc Golf Course and Adair Aerodrome
 ¨ Continue to Partner with City of Corvallis in reviewing costs/benefits of developing long term Agreement with accompanying
   Master Plan for Benton County Parks to operate Willamette Park Campground.
 ¨ Avery departments - Natural Areas & Parks, Community Development, Public Works - Continue Strategies for Sustainable
   Operations
 ¨ Continue Partnerships with State Operated Community Program (SOCP) Group Homes for Job Training opportunities for weekend
   Parks Maintenance duties
 ¨ Assist volunteers with trail maintenance, stream enhancement and bank stabilization; rock hauler to be available to volunteers for
   trail construction and maintenance
 ¨ Assist Community and Design Committee to produce 'sustainable theme' speakers' series Continue partnership opportunities with
   State Parks and south County neighbors for Willamette River restoration sites, including Norwood Island and Anderson Park
 ¨ See Trust Funds for Fort Hoskins Historic Park, Beazell Memorial Forest & Jackson-Frazier Wetland site and project details,
   including the following:
 ¨ Continue oak savanna restoration at Fort Hoskins, including working with Benton Soil & Water District/Wildlife Habitat
   Improvement Program (WHIP) funding
 ¨ Continue Beazell Memorial Forest Stewardship Management Plan implementation and site development




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                                                   Cemetery Operations
                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual             Actual          Adopted            Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                  -                  -                 -                                        -
Charges for Service                             3,200              7,759            10,100             10,100                20,525
Operating Grants                                2,512              2,681             2,600              2,600               121,500
Capital Grants
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                 -                                        -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   146,129            135,187           135,000            135,000               106,143
         Total Resources                       151,841            145,627           147,700            147,700               248,168

Personal Services                                    -             1,083                  -                  -                  789
Materials & Services                           16,654             13,703             7,481              7,481                47,116
Capital Outlay                                       -             4,139            10,450             10,450                      -
Other                                                -             7,862           129,769            129,769               200,263
        Total Expenditures                      16,654             26,787           147,700            147,700               248,168

Surplus / (Deficit)                            135,187           118,840                  0                  0                     0

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                NA                 0.00              0.00                  0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA                 0.00              0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     Responsible for management and operations/maintenance of Crystal Lake Cemetery. The Parks Department is continually
             reviewing the operational procedure in order to improve cost effectiveness.
Budget Note:     Cemetery operations fund is charged for Parks Administration Cost/Overhead Recovery Budget Allocation.
                 Maintenance costs have been lowered by using the Adult and Juvenile Work Crews. A Volunteer Program is currently
                 being utilized. Southerly 4.15 acres has option agreement for purchase with proceeds assumed in fund revenues.

Accomplishments
  þ Continued implementation of Sustainable Business Plan for Crystal Lake Cemetery
  þ Maintained Contract with Cemetery Management Services, Inc. for daily business operations and sales
  þ Maintained Memorandum of Understanding with Benton County Juvenile Department for Crystal Lake Cemetery Maintenance
    Assistance by Juvenile Work Crew
  þ Continued utilization of Adult Corrections Work Crew for Crystal Lake Cemetery Maintenance Assistance
  þ Purchased shared mower for park operations (Clubhouse Enterprise Fund revenue) and Crystal Lake Cemetery
  þ Partnered with Corvallis Neighborhood Housing Services (CNHS) for successful annexation of Crystal Lake/CoHo housing
    project; CNHS exercising option agreement to purchase southerly 4.15-acre parcel
  þ Partnered with Community Development Department and Historic Resources Commission for work with "Friends of Crystal Lake
    Cemetery" citizen group; completed site inventory and initial database entries
  þ Continued Parks Administration Cost/Overhead Recovery Budget Allocation

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to utilize Juvenile and Adult Work Crew programs at Crystal Lake Cemetery
  ¨ Partner with Juvenile Department Work Crew Division to develop a flower garden for the purpose of site beautification and visitor
    use
  ¨ Research partnerships for developing vegetable garden site and possibly community garden
  ¨ Continue to utilize the Crystal Lake Cemetery Preservation Plan as a resource tool for managing and improving the Cemetery
  ¨ Continue Partnering with Community Development Department and Historic Resources Commission for work with "Friends of
    Crystal Lake Cemetery" citizen group to complete marker inventory and maintenance/repair plan
  ¨ Continue partnering with Corvallis Neighborhood Housing Services regarding purchase of the southerly 4.15 acres; proceeds to be
    added to the Cemetery Operations Account




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                                          Capital Improvement Program
                                        2003 Annual       2004 Annual      2005 Annual           2005 Annual    05 - 07 Biennial
                                             Actual            Actual         Adopted               Adjusted           Adopted

 General Revenues                                 -                                   -                                       -
 Charges for Service                              -                 -                 -                                       -
 Operating Grants                             3,000             1,500            20,000              20,000                    -
 Capital Grants                               2,500            17,101            64,250              64,250                    -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                    7,049            44,250            19,250              19,250                    -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                (11,729)           (3,162)           25,000              25,000                    -
         Total Resources                        821            59,688           128,500             128,500                   -

 Personal Services                                -                 -                 -                                       -
 Materials & Services                         1,557             2,179                  -                   -                   -
 Capital Outlay                               2,425            23,412           128,500             128,500                    -
 Other                                            -                 -                 -                                       -
        Total Expenditures                    3,983            25,592           128,500             128,500                   -

 Surplus / (Deficit)                          (3,162)          34,097                  -                  -                   -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                       NA                NA               0.00                0.00                0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                  NA                NA               0.00                0.00                0.00

Purpose:     Account for grants, donations and transfers supporting major maintenance or capital improvements to the county parks
             system.

Accomplishments
      NA

Performance Measures
      NA

Objectives
      NA




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                                                      Enterprise Operations

                                               2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual           2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                    Actual            Actual            Adopted              Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                        -                  -                  -                    -                     -
Charges for Service                                38,496             34,898             39,220               39,220                80,928
Operating Grants                                        -                282              2,000                2,000                 1,000
Capital Grants                                          -                  -                  -                    -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                                                                     -                                          -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                        32,493             17,606             16,000               16,000                35,908
          Total Resources                          70,989             52,786             57,220               57,220               117,836

Personal Services                                       -                  -                  -                                          -
Materials & Services                                2,028              3,030              8,226                8,226                49,687
Capital Outlay                                          -                  -              7,500                7,500                     -
Other                                              51,355             38,862             41,494               41,494                68,149
         Total Expenditures                        53,383             41,892             57,220               57,220               117,836

Surplus / (Deficit)                                17,606             10,894                  -                      -                     -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                             NA                 NA                0.00                 0.00                  0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                        NA                 NA                0.00                 0.00                  0.00


Purpose:     Account for concessionaire contract and building maintenance obligations of the Benton County Clubhouse at Adair.

Budget Note:          Private concessionaire operates clubhouse and facilities under agreement signed in 1998. Income derived from the
                      contract, in excess of contractual obligations for facility maintenance and overhead, will be used for parks capital
                      improvements, and Parks Administration Cost/Overhead Recovery.

Accomplishments
  þ Completed hazard tree work at Clubhouse
  þ Reserve revenue available for parks capital projects, including Adair Park Playground Rehabilitation and purchase of shared
    mower (Park Operations and Crystal Lake Cemetery)
  þ Reserve revenue available for Parks Administration Cost Recovery Budget Allocation
  þ Assisted funding of Adair Park Disc Golf Course/Improvements (volunteer donations, design & construction)

Performance Measures
                                 Measure                                 99-00      00-01         01-02      02-03       03-04     04-05
Revenue generated annually for Clubhouse capital improvements,
Adair Park capital projects, general park purposes and                   $26,925    $32,700       $36,960    $37,770     $38,451   $39,220
administrative cost recovery

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to monitor concessionaire agreement and status report
  ¨ Negotiate concessionaire agreement renewal (12/31/05)/5-year extension option
  ¨ Continue reserve revenue assistance with capital projects, as required
  ¨ Partner with City of Adair for Park/Village Easement Trail
  ¨ Continue funding assistance of Adair Park Disc Golf Course/Improvements (Volunteer donations, design & construction)
  ¨ Continue Parks Administration Cost/Overhead Recovery Budget Allocation
  ¨ Develop and Implement Pavement Maintenance Program (also CIP)




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                                                          Trust Programs

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual             Actual          Adopted             Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues
Charges for Service                             3,130              3,900              4,800              4,800                 11,400
Operating Grants                              124,784            116,923            187,800            187,800                263,215
Capital Grants                                       -           100,000            172,704            172,704                830,000
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                      80,393                   -               200                200                 20,510
Dedicated Beginning Balance                       597              5,635            168,000            168,000                180,000
         Total Resources                       208,904            226,457            533,504            533,504              1,305,125

Personal Services                              15,573                   -                  -                  -                      -
Materials & Services                           94,083             64,705             97,629             97,629                148,581
Capital Outlay                                 93,613             23,327            250,000            250,000                990,000
Other                                                -            50,756            185,875            185,875                166,544
        Total Expenditures                     203,269            138,788            533,504            533,504              1,305,125

Surplus / (Deficit)                               5,635            87,669                  -                  -                         -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                         NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                  0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                 NA                 0.00               0.00                  0.00

Purpose:     Account for moneys donated or granted by public and private sources for specific or general purposes.

Accomplishments
 þ Continued Implementation Beazell Memorial Forest Stewardship Management Plan
 þ Harvested trees enter the 'green certified' market acknowledging sustainable stewardship practices
 þ Beazell Memorial Forest Education Facility - architectural services secured for development
 þ Secured Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant assistance; completed Fitton Green Natural Area Access and Trail Improvements;
   youth crews employed for 3 weeks of trail construction
 þ Partnered Research Projects at Beazell Memorial Forest, Fort Hoskins Historic Park, Fitton Green Open Space, and Jackson-Frazier
   Wetland with O.S.U., USDA Forest Service, Fish & Wildlife, High School and College students
 þ Accomplished review and update of Jackson-Frazier Wetland Management Plan

Performance Measures:
 • Manage a sustainable natural resource system that meets the performance measures of nationally recognized 'Smartwood Program'
    in order to manage a biologically diverse, healthy and sustainable ecosystem that will support the educational and recreational
    activities of the sites.
 • Manage the Beazell Memorial Forest in keeping with Fred Beazell's vision.

Objectives
 ¨ Partner with Corvallis Environmental Center Avery House Nature Center (and Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation Center) to
   implement proposed After-School Forest Education Programs at Beazell Memorial Forest
 ¨ Continue Contract with Fort Hoskins Caretaker for Beazell Memorial Forest maintenance duties
 ¨ Continue review and update of Jackson-Frazier Wetland Management Plan
 ¨ Work with professional architectural services for the renovation of the Beazell Barn: site evaluation, cost estimates, preliminary
   design drawings, final plans and specifications
 ¨ Continue preparations for construction/renovation of Beazell Memorial Forest Education Facility/Barn Renovation
 ¨ Implement revised Jackson-Frazier Wetland Management Plan
 ¨ Continue partnering research and educational projects at Beazell Memorial Forest, Fort Hoskins Historic Park, Fitton Green Open
   Space Natural Area, and Jackson-Frazier Wetland with OSU, USDA/Forest Service, Fish & Wildlife, etc.
 ¨ Coordinated with Corvallis Outdoor School Program to provide educational opportunities at Beazell Memorial Forest and Fort
   Hoskins Historic Park



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                                                                                      Public Works
Department Head:   Roger M. Irvin, Public Works Director

Location:          Avery Complex
                   360 SW Avery Avenue
                   Corvallis

Telephone:         (541) 766-6821

FAX:               (541) 766-6891

Mission:           Keep our community accessible, safe, and environmentally responsible by meeting daily needs with efficient road
                   and transportation systems, rural utility services, public facilities, and land use services.

Organization:      The Board of Commissioners appoints the Director. The Roads Advisory Committee, Special Transportation
                   Advisory Committee, Bicycle Advisory Committee and the Environmental Issues Advisory Committee meet
                   regularly to provide citizen input. Various other committees or boards meet intermittently or as needed for County
                   service districts or special Public Work’s projects.

                   The Department is divided into seven operating areas involving five funds plus four service districts funds that
                   have utility services. The department also manages activities of four service districts. Each service district is a
                   separate municipal corporation and are budgeted and financed separately from county operations and budgets.
                   (Service district budgets are not included in the proposed version of this document.)




                                                             Board of
                                                           Commissioners




                                                              Director




                                                                             Administrative
                                                                               Support




                      Engineering               Road
                                                                   Shop & Motorpool           Facilities
                    County Surveyor         Maintenenace




                                                                                          County Service
                                                                                          District (Utilities)




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                                                                         Budget Summary


                                                          2003 Annual              2004 Annual                 2005 Annual                     2005 Annual                       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                               Actual                   Actual                    Adopted                         Adjusted                               Adopted

 General Revenues                                                 -                        993                           -                             -                                      -
 Charges for Service                                        4,426,168                4,032,895                     3,843,939                     3,843,939                              9,061,494
 Operating Grants/Contributions                             4,333,588                4,237,543                     4,875,275                     5,000,275                             10,193,789
 Capital Grants/Contributions                                 292,435                1,749,483                     2,735,360                     2,735,360                              3,269,607
 Internal Fund Transfers                                      162,871                  178,800                       168,047                       168,047                                190,000
 Loans                                                          6,948                    7,301                        57,274                        57,274                                101,010
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                                2,789,733                3,115,931                     2,789,265                     2,789,265                              3,115,428
 Capital Beginning Balance                                    328,643                  347,978                       466,225                       466,225                                949,086
        Total Program Income                               12,340,385               13,670,923                    14,935,385                    15,060,385                             26,880,414

 Personal Services                                           3,253,891                  3,472,013                  3,825,567                     3,825,567                              8,749,326
 Materials & Services                                        4,366,578                  4,496,761                  5,203,047                     5,203,047                             10,768,722
 Capital Outlay                                              1,111,487                  1,992,367                  3,603,407                     3,728,407                              5,164,737
 Other                                                         144,520                        -                    2,303,364                     2,303,364                              2,197,629
         Total Expenditures                                  8,876,476                  9,961,141                 14,935,385                    15,060,385                             26,880,414

 Surplus / (Deficit)                                         3,463,909                  3,709,782                            -                               -                                           -


 Fund Summary
 Road                                                        4,998,934                  6,013,381                  8,363,079                     8,363,079                             15,072,196
 Corner Preservation                                           149,217                    182,521                    464,000                       464,000                                605,000
 Intragovernmental Services                                  2,980,689                  2,853,618                  4,054,126                     4,054,126                              7,997,131
 Road Improvement                                                  -                          -                      577,160                       577,160                                478,950
 Enterprise Fund                                                   -                          -                      143,639                       143,639                                264,444
 Special Transportation                                        747,637                    911,620                  1,333,381                     1,458,381                              2,462,693
 Total Budget by Fund                                        8,876,476                  9,961,141                 14,935,385                    15,060,385                             26,880,414

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                                        57.01                   56.90                         55.15                            55.15                                   56.65
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                                     NA                     3.66                          3.76                             3.76                                    5.19




Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                            Employees per 1,000 population
value)



   50%                                                                                        2.00
            Road Fund Only
   40%                                                                                        1.75

                                              30.8%
                                                                                              1.50
   30%

                                20.3%                                                         1.25
   20%
              11.4%                                                                           1.00
   10%                                                                                                                           0.76                                                      0.76
                                                                                                           0.72                                    0.73                0.73
                                                                                              0.75
                                                            0.0%
      0%
                                                                                              0.50

   -10%                                                                    -5.9%
                                                                                              0.25


   -20%                                                                                       0.00
           2003 Annual       2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial                2003 Annual Actual 2004 Annual Actual 2005 Annual Adopted 2005 Annual Adjusted   05 - 07 Biennial
              Actual            Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted                                                                                                          Adopted




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                                                               Overview
Department Head Message
      As expected, activity in most programs remained very high during 2004 due to success in obtaining grants, high demand from county
departments, and increases in contracts with other agencies. Dedicated funding for road maintenance remains flat. This translates into an
actual decline in buying power as we experience increases in fuel, asphalt, and building material costs. In addition to continuing to take
advantage of funding opportunities, the department will continue the strategy of holding large capital investments to the end of the annual
fiscal period to insure that funding is available and a prudent carryover can be maintained.

      A large storm event early in the year strained the road fund with exceptional costs for emergency response. This resulted in decreases
in other planned maintenance activities but 20 miles of road were still chip sealed and 2.5 miles were overlaid. This is the second year of
increased pavement maintenance. The additional effort in surface maintenance has slowed the decline in pavement condition but still
leaves a multi-million dollar unmet need in this area. Conversely, the bridge system has improved due to the high number of grant projects
in recent years.

      Partnerships increased in 2004 with increased coordination with the City of Corvallis in vehicle maintenance and fuel purchasing. By
working with the County Parks Department, showers were added to the Salmonberry Campground and pedestrian and vehicular access
improved to the Fitton Green Open Space. A portion of the Public Service Building was remodeled to function as a Federally Qualified
Health Clinic, security was upgraded in the Courthouse, and a maintenance management plan adopted for the Fairgrounds produced
significant electrical improvements to the facility. The Special Transportation Program provided over 64,000 rides to senior and disabled
citizens and initiated service between Corvallis and Albany.

      The department expects to maintain operation and maintenance levels in all programs through the first year of the 05-07 biennium.
The second year will likely require reductions in pavement expenditures in the road fund due to dedicated revenues falling short of
increased costs for all materials and contracted services. It is expected that grants will become more difficult to obtain as the most serious
problems are addressed. The Motor Pool and Facilities programs will be stable both years of the biennium. The Special Transportation
program relies entirely on state and federal funding. Any reductions from those sources would seriously affect service. Within this
financial climate, the department will strive to maintain service levels; however, if required services need to be reduced, it will be done
strategically through consultation with advisory committees and a very committed staff to minimize impacts on the whole transportation
system.




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                                               Department Administration
                                             2003 Annual      2004 Annual      2005 Annual        2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual           Actual         Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

      General Revenues
      Charges for Service                        148,190          270,831           327,000             327,000              724,000
      Operating Grants/Contributions           3,251,275        3,657,514         3,572,889           3,572,889            7,352,150
      Capital Grants/Contributions
      Internal Fund Transfers                         -                 -                 -                                       -
      Loans                                           -                 -                 -                                       -
      Dedicated Beginning Balance               907,768           984,068           773,316            773,316              544,567
      Capital Beginning Balance
            Total Program Income               4,307,232        4,912,414         4,673,205           4,673,205            8,620,717

      Personal Services                         444,743           470,002           524,525            524,525             1,162,690
      Materials & Services                       90,489            94,690           116,419            116,419               228,125
      Capital Outlay                                   -                 -            2,500              2,500                 3,000
      Other                                            -                 -           95,316             95,316                      -
              Total Expenditures                535,232           564,692           738,760            738,760             1,393,815

      Surplus/(Deficit)                        3,772,000        4,347,722         3,934,445           3,934,445            7,226,902

       Full Time Equivalent (FTE)              NA               NA                       7.4                7.4                 7.65
       Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)         NA               NA                       0.5                0.5                 0.88

Purpose:     Manages and coordinates overall department services and activities, personnel, materials and equipment, regulatory and
             safety compliance, partnership agreements, and capital improvement program toward achieving Department's mission and
             goals. This includes accounts receivable, payable, cost accounting, correspondence, scanning, indexing and filing documents
             and providing reception for three county departments.

Accomplishments
 þ Added and entered into the IRIS Vegetation module
 þ Assisted in the organization of the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
 þ Completed the formation and construction of the South Third County Service District
 þ Made efficiencies in time sheet and cost accounting procedures

Performance Measures
                                   Measure                                   2000         2001          2002        2003         2004
Number of workdays from month-end to closure of cost accounting (#                  36            9          7.5            7            11
days, goal is 10)
Percent of employees with more than 40 hours of training in the year         71.25%            73%          63%        54%              59%
Grievances and Personnel Incidents successfully resolved at or below           100%            100%       100%       100%           100%
step 2 (% of Total)
Monthly charge accounts paid within 30 days (% of accounts)                    100%            85%          80%      100%           100%
Average Number of Accounts Receivable more than 30 days overdue (#                  21           15            20          10            20
of accounts)

Objectives
 ¨ Continue scanning current and old documents
 ¨ Update the Public Works Strategic Plan
 ¨ Add IRIS modules as they become available for management of maintenance, & accounting functions
 ¨ Maintain level of administrative support for increased workload
 ¨ Assisted in the organization of the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
 ¨ Coordinate with other departments and divisions, supporting their operations and projects.




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                                                     Engineering Services
                                             2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual        2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                                  Actual            Actual          Adopted            Adjusted               Adopted

      General Revenues                                  -               993                  -                -                      -
      Charges for Service                         117,315           118,675             87,522           87,522                207,294
      Operating Grants/Contributions                    -                 -              1,000            1,000                122,000
      Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                 -                  -                -                      -
      Internal Fund Transfers                           -                 -                  -                -                      -
      Loans                                             -                 -                  -                -                      -
      Dedicated Beginning Balance                       -                 -                  -                -                 17,515
      Capital Beginning Balance                         -                 -                  -                -                      -
            Total Program Income                  117,315           119,668             88,522           88,522                346,809

      Personal Services                           487,623           549,538            592,344          592,344               1,443,186
      Materials & Services                        146,651           164,657            159,655          159,655                 314,181
      Capital Outlay                                4,525                 -              5,000            5,000                  22,000
      Other                                             -                 -             61,605           61,605                  18,465
              Total Expenditures                  638,799           714,195            818,604          818,604               1,797,832

      Surplus/(Deficit)                          (521,484)         (594,527)         (730,082)          (730,082)          (1,451,023)

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                      NA                NA                7.55              7.55                   8.55
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                 NA                NA                1.58              1.58                   2.63

Purpose:     Provide engineering and survey services for the construction, maintenance, and operation of the county roads and
             transportation systems, rural utilities, county facilities, and other infrastructure needs; maintain road information system and
             geographic evidence records; provide support for department environmental programs; provide quality customer service
             related to engineering and surveying, and the review of land development projects.

Accomplishments:
  þ Completed the construction & relocation of Llewellyn Bridge
  þ Completed a feasibility study and applied for a grant for the Rails with Trails Project
  þ Completed engineering and surveying for 4 fish passage culvert projects.
  þ Completed the South Third County Service District Sewer Project
  þ Completed the design, permitting & construction specifications for the intersection of Turner Road and Orchard Tract Road
  þ Completed the design, permitting, construction specifications, contract documents, & bidding for the Harris Road Covered Bridge
    Project

Performance Measures:
                                   Measure                                     98-99        99-00        01-02        02-03         03-04
Completion of annual project and program goals ( %)                                              100%        88%         100%             100%
Oversized truck permit reviews completed on time                                                 100%       100%         100%             100%
Final plats reviewed and signed within 2 weeks of final submittal (%)             100%           100%       100%         100%             100%
Survey Records checked and returned to private surveyor within 30 days            100%           100%       100%         100%             100%

Objectives
  ¨ Complete construction of the Harris Road Covered Bridge
  ¨ Construct 2 bridges on Bellfountain Road (Oliver Creek)
  ¨ Oil mat South Fork Road
  ¨ Construct SW 53rd Street
  ¨ Design, permit and build Seavy Avenue Bridge
  ¨ Construct Long Road Bridge and Stow Pit Bridge
  ¨ Design 19th Street in Philomath




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                                                      Road Maintenance
                                            2003 Annual       2004 Annual      2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual            Actual         Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

      General Revenues
      Charges for Service                        833,345          205,404             409,530             409,530                910,301
      Operating Grants/Contributions              24,244           16,317               3,000               3,000                  6,000
      Capital Grants/Contributions                   -                -                   -                   -                      -
      Internal Fund Transfers                     40,000           40,000              40,000              40,000                106,000
      Loans                                          -                -                   -                   -                      -
      Dedicated Beginning Balance                    -                -                   -                   -                      -
      Capital Beginning Balance                      -                -                   -                   -                      -
            Total Program Income                 897,589          261,721             452,530             452,530              1,022,301

      Personal Services                        1,283,490         1,401,557        1,553,264             1,553,264              3,450,058
      Materials & Services                     1,993,258         2,110,560        2,350,429             2,350,429              4,297,441
      Capital Outlay                              24,205            55,533           28,500                28,500                 84,160
      Other                                             -                 -         145,940               145,940                 30,000
              Total Expenditures               3,300,952         3,567,649        4,078,133             4,078,133              7,861,659

      Surplus/(Deficit)                       (2,403,364)       (3,305,928)      (3,625,603)            (3,625,603)        (6,839,358)

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                NA               23.00                23.00                  22.25
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                NA                NA                0.25                 0.25                   0.25

Purpose:     Maintain safe and efficient roadways, bikeways, roadsides, and drainage ways with sensitivity to public concerns,
             environmental impacts, and adjacent property owners. Maintain the safety and integrity of the road system to the best of our
             ability and within our resources.

Accomplishments
 þ Install 5 large fish passage culverts: Blakesley Creek, Beaver Creek & Henderson Roads
 þ Performed 10 improvement projects at State Highway and County Road intersections
 þ Restore Dawson Bridge on Reese Creek
 þ Performed a total of 27 miles of hard surface improvements
 þ Performed approach work on 2 bridges
 þ Relocated existing Llewellyn Road Bridge to McDonald Forest

Performance Measures
                             Road Measures                                    99-00        00-01           01-02       02-03         03-04
Bridges with weight restrictions (Ratio)                                        8/103           7/103         7/100      5/100              5/98
Percent bridges in good condition (sufficiency rating >70) (Sufficiency         73%*            74%            73%        78%               76.5
rating formula changed by ODOT in 1999)
Miles of pavement sealed                                                         8.20            18.0            8.5            9          17.99
Miles of structural pavement overlays                                            1.90              0           0.84             0           8.14
                            Safety Measures                                   2000          2001           2002        2003           2004
Ratio of injury accidents reported vs. total county PW and contract labor        3/62            4/60          5/60       7/60              2/60
FTE in the calendar year.

Objectives
 ¨ Perform 4.8 miles of overlays and 18.3 miles of chip seals
 ¨ Reconstruct intersections on Marys River Road at Summit Highway and Hoskins Road
 ¨ Construct hard surface on Marys River Road
 ¨ Replace wooden bridge with concrete at Stow Pit and Reconstruct Seavy Avenue Bridge
 ¨ Install 4 fish passage culverts in Lobster Valley/Alsea



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                                                      Capital Projects
                                           2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual      2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual           Actual          Adopted          Adjusted             Adopted

     General Revenues
     Charges for Service                        66,640                  -                -                 -           356,000
     Operating Grants/Contributions            376,278                  -                -                 -                  -
     Capital Grants/Contributions              161,257         1,448,854        1,847,180         1,847,180          3,223,800
     Internal Fund Transfers                   114,871           138,800           33,500            33,500             84,000
     Loans                                       6,948             7,301            7,274             7,274              1,010
     Dedicated Beginning Balance             1,029,999         1,095,126        1,260,868         1,260,868          1,417,559
     Capital Beginning Balance                     -                 -                -                 -                  -
           Total Program Income              1,755,992         2,690,080        3,148,822         3,148,822          5,082,369

     Personal Services                             -                 -                -                 -                  -
     Materials & Services                          923               447            1,956             1,956              4,090
     Capital Outlay                            523,027         1,166,398        2,529,980         2,529,980          3,789,800
     Other                                            -                 -         195,646           195,646            225,000
             Total Expenditures                523,950         1,166,845        2,727,582         2,727,582          4,018,890

     Surplus/(Deficit)                       1,232,042         1,523,235          421,240           421,240          1,063,479

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                   NA                NA               0.00             0.00                0.00
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)              NA                NA               0.00             0.00                0.00

Purpose:    Hold funds for capital projects including road overlays and bridge reconstruction or replacement.

Accomplishments
  þ See Road Maintenance and Engineering program.

Objectives
  ¨ See adopted 2006 Capital Improvement Plan




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                                                Land Corner Preservation
                                            2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual           2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual           Actual          Adopted               Adjusted               Adopted

      General Revenues                                -                 -                  -                    -                      -
      Charges for Service                       210,045           206,555            160,000              160,000                270,000
      Operating Grants/Contributions              5,628             4,554              4,000                4,000                 10,000
      Capital Grants/Contributions                    -                 -                  -                    -                      -
      Internal Fund Transfers                         -                 -                  -                    -                      -
      Loans                                           -                 -                  -                    -                      -
      Beginning Balance                         280,134           346,590            300,000              300,000                325,000
      Capital Beginning Balance                       -                 -                  -                    -                      -
            Total Program Income                495,807           557,699            464,000              464,000                605,000

      Personal Services                         112,446           111,832            131,208              131,208                300,928
      Materials & Services                       33,770            37,194             55,268               55,268                112,990
      Capital Outlay                              3,000            33,495              2,000                2,000                  4,000
      Other                                           -                 -            275,524              275,524                187,082
              Total Expenditures                149,217           182,521            464,000              464,000                605,000

      Surplus/(Deficit)                         346,590           375,178                    -                  -                       -

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                     NA               NA                  1.70               1.70                    1.70
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                NA               NA                  0.25               0.25                    0.25

Purpose:     Provide for government corner preservation and restoration services.

Accomplishments:
 þ Indexed and scanned approximately 400 corner records into GIS format
 þ Remonumented 61 Government corners
 þ Provided support to public works in other survey and design related activities

Performance Measures
                          Performance Measure                                99-00           00-01         01-02        02-03         03-04
Number of corners restored and recorded                                              47              56            57           48            61
Percentage of total 4,000 Government corners remonumented to date                  23%           24%          25%          27%              28%

Objectives
 ¨ Remonument 60 Government corners & histories annually
 ¨ Provide support to public works in other survey and design related activities
 ¨ Provide corner information on the county web page




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                                                 Special Transportation
                                           2003 Annual      2004 Annual      2005 Annual      2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                Actual           Actual         Adopted          Adjusted              Adopted

      General Revenues                                -                -                -                  -                  -
      Charges for Service                      356,468          355,974           41,599             41,599             83,701
      Operating Grants/Contributions           351,400          199,290          719,196            719,196          1,858,185
      Capital Grants/Contributions             131,178          300,629          319,180            319,180             45,807
      Internal Fund Transfers                        -                -                -                  -                  -
      Loans                                          -                -           50,000             50,000            100,000
      Dedicated Beginning Balance              239,825          331,235          203,406            203,406            375,000
      Capital Beginning Balance
            Total Program Income              1,078,872        1,187,128        1,333,381        1,333,381           2,462,693

      Personal Services                              -                -                 -                -                   -
      Materials & Services                     602,653          573,834           696,641          696,641           1,565,643
      Capital Outlay                           144,984          337,785           355,712          355,712             129,289
      Other                                          -                -           281,028          281,028             767,761
              Total Expenditures               747,637          911,620         1,333,381        1,333,381           2,462,693

      Surplus/(Deficit)                        331,235          275,509                 -                 -                   -

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                    NA               NA              0.00               0.00               0.00
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)               NA               NA              0.00               0.00               0.00

Purpose:    To account and budget for state shared revenues and grants dedicated to funding transportation services for seniors and
            persons with disabilities.

Accomplishments:
  þ Provided new revenue source from the tax credit program & new state/federal grants from ODOT
  þ Served on the advisory committee for the development of Title XIX (Medicaid) medical transportation brokerage with Oregon
    Cascades West Council of Governments (OCWCOG)
  þ Coordinated with Linn County on implementation of 2 days a week Special Transportation service between Corvallis and Albany
  þ Funded a volunteer mileage reimbursement program with the Senior Companion Program to provide door-through-door special
    transportation services for frail seniors
  þ Purchased two replacement small buses and two replacement min-vans for the county program
  þ Assist Dial-A-Bus in purchasing 6 replacement sedans

Objectives
  ¨ Develop a long-term service delivery and funding plan for the STF program coordinated system
  ¨ Continue to provide training opportunities for program drivers
  ¨ Cooperate with Corvallis Transit System to develop and implement a plan to transition capable riders from Dial-A-Bus to the
    Corvallis Transit System and assist in training
  ¨ Conduct Special Transportation Fund local governing body grant processes in cooperation with ODOT
  ¨ Update the transportation services cost model
  ¨ Develop written STF Plan as required by ODOT
  ¨ Continuing to provide Corvallis-Albany and expand as demand requires
  ¨ Work with Philomath on new transportation initiatives




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                                               Road Improvement Fund
                                          2003 Annual      2004 Annual     2005 Annual      2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual           Actual        Adopted          Adjusted              Adopted

      General Revenues                               -                -                -                -                   -
      Charges for Service                           -                -                -                -                   -
      Operating Grants/Contributions                -                -            8,160            8,160               1,790
      Capital Grants/Contributions                  -                -          569,000          569,000                   -
      Internal Fund Transfers                       -                -                -                -                   -
      Loans                                         -                -                -                -                   -
      Dedicated Beginning Balance                   -                -                -                -                   -
      Capital Beginning Balance                     -                -                -                -             477,160
           Total Program Income                     -                -          577,160          577,160             478,950

      Personal Services                             -                -                -                -                   -
      Materials & Services                          -                -          100,000          100,000             478,950
      Capital Outlay                                -                -                -                -                   -
      Other                                         -                -          477,160          477,160                   -
             Total Expenditures                     -                -          577,160          577,160             478,950

      Surplus/(Deficit)                             -                -                -                -                    -

      Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                  NA               NA               0.00             0.00                0.00
      Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)             NA               NA               0.00             0.00                0.00

Purpose:    Hold funds from sale of bonds under the Oregon Transportation Initiative Act (OTIA III). Expend on allowed projects and
            account for funds under program requirements.

Accomplishments
 þ See Road Maintenance and Engineering

Objectives
 ¨ See adopted 2006 Capital Improvement Plan




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                                                                 Motor Pool
                                                   2003 Annual       2004 Annual    2005 Annual     2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                        Actual            Actual       Adopted         Adjusted                Adopted

             General Revenues
             Charges for Service                     1,080,716         1,327,993      1,221,013       1,221,013              2,982,702
             Operating Grants/Contributions            324,692           353,879        524,030         524,030                843,664
             Capital Grants/Contributions                  -                 -              -               -                      -
             Internal Fund Transfers                     8,000                  -              -               -                      -
             Loans                                         -                 -              -               -                      -
             Dedicated Beginning Balance               220,334           216,735        151,675         151,675                250,787
             Capital Beginning Balance                 239,702           221,716        315,947         315,947                247,006
                   Total Program Income              1,873,445         2,120,323      2,212,665       2,212,665              4,324,159

             Personal Services                        410,911           419,711         446,329         446,329              1,132,343
             Materials & Services                     668,376           706,769         779,528         779,528              1,794,874
             Capital Outlay                           355,707           281,719         566,715         566,715                913,988
             Other                             -                 -                      420,093         420,093                482,954
                     Total Expenditures              1,434,994         1,408,200      2,212,665       2,212,665              4,324,159

             Surplus/(Deficit)                        438,451           712,123             -               -                      -

             Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                    NA                NA            6.50             6.50                   7.50
             Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)               NA                NA            0.25             0.25                   0.25

Purpose:    Provide for the effective management, maintenance and professional repair of Motor Pool and Road equipment, and minimize
            downtime through preventative maintenance. Provide a regional shop capability for other specialized, public agency
            equipment. As a regional shop for others, improve overall performance by reducing the cost of parts, tires, and fuel, provide
            sufficient staff for quick turnaround time on equipment and minimal down time, and allow for distribution of overhead and
            expenses to a greater number of repairs.

Accomplishments
  þ Continued Emergency Vehicle Certification for all Mechanics; two will test for Level II certification
  þ Partnered with the City of Corvallis Shop for BCSO servicing of vehicles and fuel purchasing and combined systems.
  þ Partnered with the Corvallis Police Department for repair work
  þ Mechanics performed at 97% efficiency
  þ Continued monitoring bio-diesel fuel and hybrid car efficiencies

Performance Measures
                                     Measure                                           00-01       01-02        02-03         03-04        04-05
County Motor pool [road and motor pool] (% of total avail. hours)                         63%         37%           55%           55%        58%
Work for other governmental agencies (% of total avail. hours)                            37%         63%          44%%           44%        42%
Average equipment rental vs. private rental rates. [cars] (% private rates)               41%         32%           32%           60%        49%
Average equipment rental vs. private rental rates. [backhoe] (% private rates)         160%*        160%           160%           55%       50.6%
Average equipment rental vs. private rental rates. [Pick-up] (% private rates)                                                               61%
Average equip rental vs. private rental rates. [flusher truck] (% private rates)         101%       107%           107%           18%        26%

    Note: County rental rates include fuel, tires, insurance, maintenance and repairs. Private rental rates do not include fuel, insurance,
some maintenance and no repairs caused by the county.

Objectives
  ¨ Continue to provide quality service to all clients
  ¨ Evaluate trends affecting technology, work practices, staffing levels, and program directions prior to replacing equipment
  ¨ Stay current with technology on alternative fueled vehicles and monitor costs of bio-diesel and ultra low sulfur diesel.
  ¨ Continue to explore regional shop with City of Corvallis
  ¨ Explore regional fleet management with all fire districts and City of Corvallis
  ¨ Obtain EVT Master Technician status for at least 2 mechanics
  ¨ Implement joint wash rack with the City of Corvallis at City PW
  ¨ Combine fuel system billing

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                                                                   Facilities
                                                2003 Annual        2004 Annual         2005 Annual    2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                     Actual             Actual            Adopted        Adjusted             Adopted

           General Revenues
           Charges for Service                       1,613,449       1,547,463           1,478,636      1,478,636            3,288,052
           Operating Grants/Contributions                   71           5,987              43,000         43,000                    -
           Capital Grants/Contributions
           Internal Fund Transfers                           -               -              94,547         94,547                    -
           Loans                                             -               -                   -              -                    -
           Dedicated Beginning Balance                 111,673         142,177              75,000         75,000              160,000
           Capital Beginning Balance                    88,940         126,262             150,278        150,278              224,920
                 Total Program Income                1,814,134       1,821,889           1,841,461      1,841,461            3,672,972

           Personal Services                           514,678         519,374             577,897        577,897            1,260,121
           Materials & Services                        830,457         808,610             919,059        919,059            1,922,423
           Capital Outlay                               56,041         117,436             113,000        113,000              218,500
           Other                                       144,520 -                           231,505        231,505              271,928
                   Total Expenditures                1,545,695       1,445,419           1,841,461      1,841,461            3,672,972

           Surplus/(Deficit)                          268,439          376,470                    -             -                    -

           Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                      NA              NA                 9.00            9.00                9.00
           Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                 NA              NA                 0.93            0.93                0.93

Purpose:      Plan and maintain accessible, safe, efficient, comfortable and productive workspace for all county functions and public use.
              Provide management, maintenance, and other services for approximately 200,000 square feet of county owned and leased
              office, storage and shop facilities. Develop and implement long and short-term plans for space needs. Identify major
              maintenance and capital improvement projects to preserve the historic integrity and capital investment in our public facilities.

Accomplishments
 þ Performed security upgrades to Courthouse, Phase II security surveillance
 þ Completed Public Service Building remodel for health clinic
 þ Completed card lock systems in Assessment & Avery buildings and upgrades in PSB & Courthouse
 þ Completed Fairgrounds arena lighting replacement upgrade& main power distribution systems
 þ Install new master meter & irrigation system at Fairgrounds
 þ Constructed Salmonberry campground showers
 þ Replaced Shop boiler

Performance Measures
                      Performance Measure                                99-00            00-01       01-02          02-03           03-04
Average cost per sq. Ft. Of county owned space vs. private                   75%              75%          75%            70%             69%
rental. (Based on market of $1.30 + .15 for utilities & custodial)
Building maintenance service requests/1000 SF                                    1.2    1.53/week     1.23/week      1.23/week      1.53/week
Contractual janitorial complaints/1000 SF                                        1.3    0.726/mth     0.726/mth      0.968/mth       0.726/mth
In-house janitorial complaints/1000 SF                                           0.4    0.363/mth     0.363/mth      0.484/mth       0.363/mth
In-house janitorial cost vs. contract cost per SF.                                       .11 vs .13   .11 vs .13     .12 vs .14     .12 vs .147
OSHA or Life, Fire, Safety violations                                            <10           <10            <5             <2              <2

Objectives
 ¨ Installation of modular clinics at Monroe & Lincoln School
 ¨ Install cooling tower on LEB
 ¨ Paint exterior of Floral Courtyard at Fairgrounds
 ¨ LEB reorganization remodel
 ¨ Complete Phase I design of RV rally site in south parking, and waste water management at Fairgrounds
 ¨ Replace Corrections facility roof
 ¨ Improve motor pool shop exhaust system


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                                               Rental Property Management
                                            2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

General Revenues                                         -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Charges for Service                                     -                  -           118,639             118,639               239,444
Operating Grants/Contributions                          -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Capital Grants/Contributions                            -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Internal Fund Transfers                                 -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Loans                                                   -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                             -                  -            25,000              25,000                25,000
Capital Beginning Balance                               -                  -                 -                   -                     -
      Total Program Income                              -                  -           143,639             143,639               264,444

Personal Services                                       -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Materials & Services                                    -                  -            24,092              24,092                50,005
Capital Outlay                                          -                  -                 -                   -                     -
Other                                                   -                  -           119,547             119,547               214,439
        Total Expenditures                              -                  -           143,639             143,639               264,444

Surplus/(Deficit)                                       -                  -                  -                   -                      -

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          NA                  NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     NA                  NA                 0.00               0.00                   0.00

Purpose:      To track and monitor costs and revenues associated with rental income properties that are not property tax exempt. Contribute
              “excess” earnings to reserve for future development of downtown county office facility.
Objectives:

  ¨ Continue to maintain and preserve rental facilities
  ¨ Earned capital for reserve account




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                                                                 Non-Departmental
Administration:   Managed principally through Budget and Finance Divisions of the Administrative Services Department.

Telephone:        (541) 766-6257 (Budget Office)

Purpose:          Account for financial transactions and expenditures not attributable to the functions or activities of other county
                  departments. Account for county services which are semi-independent of the regular county organization such as
                  OSU/Benton County Extension Service. Provide accounting for expenditures in support of outside agencies and
                  government organizations which provide beneficial services to county residents, or support the mission of county
                  departments.

Organization:     This budget functions as a repository for transactions that would otherwise distort General Fund operating
                  department budgets with unrelated activities such as inter-fund transfers, loans, or reserves. The Budget Office
                  and Finance Office share responsibility for monitoring financial activities.




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                                                        Budget Summary




                                            2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual              Actual            Adopted            Adjusted                  Adopted

General Revenues                             16,523,407         17,662,653          15,595,433          15,595,433             33,972,474
Charges for Service                              35,904             41,328              40,000              40,000                 80,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                1,828,772          2,548,916           2,504,000           2,504,000              5,528,900
Capital Grants/Contributions                          -            195,660             400,000             400,000                300,000
Internal Fund Transfers                         260,000            190,277             166,900             166,900                389,439
Loans                                           276,956            512,549             236,000             236,000                427,000
Unrestricted Beginning Balance                3,301,182          4,883,806           6,800,000           6,800,000              6,386,000
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     962,001          1,438,393           1,452,080           1,452,080              1,632,120
Capital Beginning Balance                             -                  -             195,660             195,660                      -
           Total Resources                   23,188,222         27,473,581          27,390,073          27,390,073             48,715,933

Personal Services                                 2,674               1,685                  -                   -                      -
Materials & Services                          1,373,893           1,697,923          2,042,190           2,042,190              5,356,180
Capital Outlay                                        -                 500            745,660             745,660                153,400
Other: Contingency                                    -                   -            543,500             476,050              1,945,000
Other: Reserves                                       -                   -          4,945,080           4,930,180              1,299,264
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                1,985,225           1,460,558            866,821             879,721              2,846,558
Other: Loans                                    270,000             239,000            280,468             280,468                260,000
Other: Distribution to Other Agency           1,014,493           1,325,227          1,630,300           1,630,300              3,272,000
Other: Unappropriated Balance                         -                   -            648,000             648,000              2,010,000
          Total Expenditures                  4,646,284           4,724,894         11,702,019          11,632,569             17,142,402

Surplus / (Deficit)                          18,541,938         22,748,687          15,688,054          15,757,504             31,573,531

Fund Summary
General                                       3,085,823           2,804,042          7,724,339           7,654,889             10,372,343
County School                                 1,014,493           1,325,227          1,630,300           1,630,300              3,272,000
HUD Block Grant                                 223,853             224,476          1,047,160           1,047,160              1,172,000
PL106-393 Title III Projects                    224,085             334,662            472,600             472,600              1,042,000
Debt Service                                    155,440             144,525                  -                   -                      -
Building Development Reserve                     68,583                   -            613,500             613,500              1,014,439
Trust Fund                                       29,447              36,487            214,120             214,120                269,620
Total Budget by Fund                          4,801,724           4,869,419         11,702,019          11,632,569             17,142,402

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                          0.00               0.00                0.00                0.00                   0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                     0.00               0.00                0.00                0.00                   0.00

NOTE:
Special transportation was transferred to Public Works Department beginning in 2004. History is also noted there.
Fairgrounds was transferred to its own budget document chapter beginning with this document. History is also noted there.




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                                                   General Fund Services

                                         2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

 General Revenues                          16,498,494          17,661,544         15,595,433          15,595,433             33,972,474
 Charges for Service                              -                   -                  -                   -                      -
 Operating Grants/Contributions               489,655             691,137            487,200             487,200              1,030,000
 Capital Grants/Contributions                     -                   -                  -                   -                      -
 Internal Fund Transfers                             -            140,777             13,000              13,000                       -
 Loans                                        147,595             437,351             50,000              50,000                       -
 Unrestricted Beginning Balance             3,301,182           4,883,806          6,800,000           6,800,000              6,386,000
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                    1,269             248,827            466,760             466,760                557,400
 Capital Beginning Balance                        -                   -                  -                   -                      -
          Total Resources                  20,438,195          24,063,442         23,412,393          23,412,393             41,945,874

 Personal Services                               2,674              1,685                    -                  -                      -
 Materials & Services                        1,047,924          1,102,799           1,436,054          1,436,054              3,255,960
 Capital Outlay                                    -                  -                   -                  -                      -
 Other: Contingency                                   -                  -            538,500            471,050              1,945,000
 Other: Reserves                                      -                  -          4,184,964          4,170,064                314,825
 Other: Internal Fund Transfers              1,985,225          1,460,558             866,821            879,721              2,846,558
 Other: Loans                                   50,000            239,000              50,000             50,000                       -
 Other: Distribution to Other Agency               -                  -                   -                  -                      -
 Other: Unappropriated Balance                     -                  -               648,000            648,000              2,010,000
        Total Expenditures                   3,085,823          2,804,042           7,724,339          7,654,889             10,372,343

 Surplus / (Deficit)                       17,352,372          21,259,400         15,688,054          15,757,504             31,573,531


Purpose:     To account and budget for outside organization support, county wide memberships, and inter-fund loans and transfers not
             associated directly with the activities of other general fund departments. Account and budget for emergencies or
             unanticipated expenses by establishing a contingency account, provide for general fund working capital by establishing an
             unappropriated fund balance account.
Budget Note:     Under materials & services are payments to support Benton County Extension ($475,500), Historical Society
                 ($596,300), cost of maintaining space for state courts ($292,280), outside agency support ($ 45,500) and memberships in
                 various organizations important to the county mission such as the Association of Oregon Counties and Council of
                 Governments ($82,699).

                 Video lottery revenues dedicated to economic development activities are also accounted for in this area of the budget.
                 ($167,400)

                 This portion of the budget also contains a reserve of state forest revenue held to reimburse the County Road Fund for
                 maintenance activities on designated county roads serving state forest lands. Up to $200,000 annually will be available.
                 Unexpended amounts will be held for ensuing years. By law the funds must be held in the General Fund and are for
                 reimbursement of eligible road expenses only.

                 By policy landfill host surcharge revenues in excess of budget estimate are diverted to a special cost center where funds
                 are reserved for environmental projects and maintenance of county roads serving the Coffin Butte Landfill.

                 The Other category includes transfers to other county funds, inter-fund loans, and general fund contingency and
                 unappropriated balance accounts .




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                                                    County School Fund
                                            2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual      05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual           Actual          Adopted             Adjusted             Adopted

  General Revenues                                  -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Charges for Service                               -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Operating Grants/Contributions              1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300           3,272,000
  Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Internal Fund Transfers                           -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Loans                                             -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Unrestricted Beginning Balance                    -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Dedicated Beginning Balance                       -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Capital Beginning Balance                         -                 -                 -                  -                   -
            Total Resources                   1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300           3,272,000

  Personal Services                                 -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Materials & Services                              -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Capital Outlay                                    -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Other: Contingency                                -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Other: Reserves                                   -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Other: Internal Fund Transfers                    -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Other: Loans                                      -                 -                 -                  -                   -
  Other: Distribution to Other Agency         1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300           3,272,000
  Other: Unappropriated Balance                     -                 -                 -                  -                   -
           Total Expenditures                 1,014,493         1,325,227         1,630,300          1,630,300           3,272,000

  Surplus / (Deficit)                               -                 -                 -                 -                    -


Purpose:     To accumulate revenue dedicated by federal and state law to the County School Fund from State, local sources. Make
             payments to school districts in Benton County as instructed by the Oregon Department of Education.
Budget Note:      All revenues (and the level of expenditures) are dependent on State or Federal forest payments, and income allocated
                  from the State Common School Fund.




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                                                 HUD Block Grant Fund
                                         2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual              Actual           Adopted            Adjusted                 Adopted

General Revenues                               24,913                   -                  -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                                 -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Operating Grants/Contributions                 11,513             225,096             73,500             73,500                220,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -             195,660            400,000            400,000                300,000
Internal Fund Transfers                             -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Loans                                         129,361              75,198            186,000            186,000                427,000
Unrestricted Beginning Balance                      -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   462,583             404,517            192,000            192,000                225,000
Capital Beginning Balance                           -                   -            195,660            195,660                      -
         Total Resources                      628,370             900,471          1,047,160          1,047,160              1,172,000

Personal Services                                   -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Materials & Services                            3,853             224,476            221,032            221,032                912,000
Capital Outlay                                      -                   -            595,660            595,660                      -
Other: Contingency                                  -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Other: Reserves                                     -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                      -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Other: Loans                                  220,000                   -            230,468            230,468                260,000
Other: Distribution to Other Agency                 -                   -                  -                  -                      -
Other: Unappropriated Balance                       -                   -                  -                  -                      -
        Total Expenditures                    223,853             224,476          1,047,160          1,047,160              1,172,000

Surplus / (Deficit)                           404,517             675,995                   -                  -                      -


Purpose:    To account for Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Department Community Development Block Grants
            (CDBG) for community projects, housing rehabilitation and development loans.
Budget Note:     There are two current areas of activity: 1) New housing rehabilitation loans from post-1993 grants processed through the
                 Community Services Consortium; 2) In March 2002 the Board of Commissioners designated accumulated pre-1993
                 funds as the Benton County Opportunity Fund. The fund is available for low-income housing development loans and
                 loans for economic development activities.

Accomplishments:
  þ Received community development block grant for South Third Street service district project and pass-through to district for sewer
    construction project.
  þ Collected federal grants, foundation grants and private donations received for Alsea Community Center and library project and
    account for payments for project construction.

Objectives:
  ¨ Pass-through expected grant for Regional Housing Center operations to the Community Services Consortium
  ¨ Anticipate pass-through of at least one new round of housing rehabilitation loan dollars to Community Services Consortium.
  ¨ Account for housing rehabilitation loan repayments.




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                                              PL 106-393 Title III Projects

                                         2003 Annual         2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual         05 - 07 Biennial
                                              Actual              Actual           Adopted             Adjusted                Adopted

 General Revenues                                   -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Charges for Service                                -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Operating Grants/Contributions               305,967             300,180            302,600             302,600                 982,000
 Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Internal Fund Transfers                            -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Loans                                              -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Unrestricted Beginning Balance                     -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                  127,139             209,021            170,000             170,000                  60,000
 Capital Beginning Balance                          -                   -                  -                   -                       -
          Total Resources                     433,106             509,201            472,600             472,600              1,042,000

 Personal Services
 Materials & Services                         224,085             334,662            322,600             322,600               1,042,000
 Capital Outlay                                      -                   -           150,000             150,000                        -
 Other: Contingency                                 -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Other: Reserves                                    -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Other: Internal Fund Transfers                     -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Other: Loans                                       -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Other: Distribution to Other Agency                -                   -                  -                   -                       -
 Other: Unappropriated Balance                      -                   -                  -                   -                       -
        Total Expenditures                    224,085             334,662            472,600             472,600              1,042,000

 Surplus / (Deficit)                          209,021             174,539                   -                   -                      -


Purpose:     Account for revenue and expenditures related to County operated programs under Title III of the “ Secure Rural Schools and
             Community Self-Determination Act of 2000” (PL 106-393).
Budget Note:     The county will set aside the minimum 15% of federal forest revenue for projects under Title II and Title III of the Act.
                 Title III projects are county managed and therefore a part of the county budget. Money designated for Title II projects
                 remain with the federal government and is not a part of the county budget unless the county is a successful applicant for
                 Title II projects.

Accomplishments:
 þ Provide $25,000 and $6,500 to Corvallis and Philomath School Districts respectively to support their Outdoor School Program
 þ Provide financial support for various forest education programs in excess of$ 45,000
 þ Set aside funds for purchase of specific conservation easements ($150,000)
 þ Provide second installment of $150,000 toward development of Beazell Memorial Forest Education Center project.
 þ Support county planning and building staff dealing with development actions in forest interface zones to reduce potential for
   wildfire
 þ Support law enforcement, emergency services, search and rescue and juvenile work crew activities on federal lands in Benton
   County

Objectives:
 ¨ Complete development of a strategic framework for allocation of funds to project categories for the remaining federal authorization
   years (2006 & 2007)
 ¨ Award FY2006 and 2007 allocations and execute contract agreements.




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                                            Building Development Reserve
                                          2003 Annual       2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual        05 - 07 Biennial
                                               Actual            Actual           Adopted            Adjusted               Adopted

 General Revenues                                     -            1,109                   -                  -                     -
 Charges for Service                               -                 -                  -                  -                     -
 Operating Grants/Contributions                  4,087             5,153              5,000              5,000                10,000
 Capital Grants/Contributions
 Internal Fund Transfers                       260,000            49,500            150,500           150,500                389,439
 Loans                                             -                 -                  -                 -                      -
 Unrestricted Beginning Balance                    -                 -                  -                 -                      -
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                   206,020           401,524            458,000           458,000                615,000
 Capital Beginning Balance                         -                 -                  -                 -                      -
          Total Resources                      470,107           457,287            613,500           613,500              1,014,439

 Personal Services
 Materials & Services                           68,583                    -                 -                  -              30,000
 Capital Outlay                                    -                  -                 -                 -                      -
 Other: Contingency                                -                  -                 -                 -                      -
 Other: Reserves                                      -                   -         613,500           613,500                984,439
 Other: Internal Fund Transfers                    -                  -                 -                 -                      -
 Other: Loans                                      -                  -                 -                 -                      -
 Other: Distribution to Other Agency               -                  -                 -                 -                      -
 Other: Unappropriated Balance                     -                  -                 -                 -                      -
         Total Expenditures                     68,583                -             613,500           613,500              1,014,439

 Surplus / (Deficit)                           401,524           457,287                -                  -                     -


Purpose:    Reserve established to build equity contribution toward development of downtown county office space to consolidation
            offices and move from leased space.
Budget Note:     No specific timetable is established for the project. Annual contributions to the reserve are forecast in the Capital
                 Improvement Plan. The project is a high county priority. Planning and discussion with possible co-occupants continues.
                 The result of those discussions will determine the ultimate size of the project.

Accomplishments:
  þ Complete joint study by Corvallis and the County on space needs and general building location and capacities. Final report
    accepted.

Objectives
  ¨ No specific activity anticipated at this time other than executing planned capital transfers in.
  ¨ Continue to discuss space requirements and commitments with possible co-occupants and/or tenants..




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                                                               Trust Fund

                                            2003 Annual          2004 Annual      2005 Annual         2005 Annual       05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual               Actual         Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues
Charges for Service                               35,904                 41,328        40,000             40,000                   80,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                     3,057                  2,122         5,400              5,400                   14,900
Capital Grants/Contributions
Internal Fund Transfers                                -                      -        3,400               3,400                     -
Loans                                                  -                      -            -                   -                     -
Unrestricted Beginning Balance                         -                      -            -                   -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                      164,990                174,504      165,320             165,320               174,720
Capital Beginning Balance                              -                      -            -                   -                     -
         Total Resources                         203,952                217,954      214,120             214,120               269,620

Personal Services
Materials & Services                              29,447                 35,987       62,504              62,504               116,220
Capital Outlay                                         -                    500            -                   -               153,400
Other: Contingency                                     -                      -        5,000               5,000                     -
Other: Reserves                                        -                      -      146,616             146,616                     -
Other: Internal Fund Transfers                           -                    -             -                  -                        -
Other: Loans                                           -                      -            -                   -                     -
Other: Distribution to Other Agency                    -                      -            -                   -                     -
Other: Unappropriated Balance                          -                      -            -                   -                     -
        Total Expenditures                        29,447                 36,487      214,120             214,120               269,620

Surplus / (Deficit)                              174,504                181,467             -                  -                        -



Purpose:     To account and budget for funds provided to the County in trust for specific purposes.

Budget Note:      Current trust activities reported in this area are:

                  Benton County Courts domestic mediation services
                  Courthouse Preservation Trust
                  Open space purchase trust (Greens Trust II)
                  Benton County Cultural Trust

Accomplishments:
 þ No significant activity in FY2004 except for court mediation payments.

Objectives
 ¨ Establish agreement on use of Courthouse Preservation Trust for finish restoration of several rooms in the historic building.




175                                             Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                                   Library Service District
Administration:              Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                             Administrative Services Department

Location:                    Benton Plaza
                             408 SW Monroe
                             Corvallis

Telephone:                   (541) 766-6800, District Governing Body (Board of Commissioners)
                             (541) 766-6257, Administrative Services (Budget Office)
                             (541) 766-6928, Library Operations (City of Corvallis)

Libraries:                   (541) 766-6926 Corvallis
                             (541) 487-5061 Alsea
                             (541) 847-5174 Monroe
                             (541) 929-3016 Philomath

Mission:                     Ensure availability and access to a county wide library system.

Purpose:                     Provide financial support for a county wide library system.

Organization:                The Benton County Library Services County Service District is a county service district dedicated to providing
                             financing of a county wide library system. The county Board of Commissioners is the governing body, but it is a
                             separate legal entity from county government.

                             The district was formed and a tax base established by a vote of the people May 17, 1994. Its first fiscal year of
                             operation was 1994-95. The district includes all of Benton County except the portion that is within the City of
                             Albany.

                             The City of Corvallis operates and manages library services through an inter-governmental agreement. The main
                             library is the Corvallis Public Library in Corvallis. There are branch libraries in Philomath, Alsea and Monroe.
                             Mobile library service is provided on a regular schedule throughout the rest of the district’s territory.

Budget Notes:                The financial plan assumes 3% annual growth in taxable value, minimal revenue loss to rate compression and levy
                             of the full permanent rate each year.

                             The budget of the district is adopted on a biennial basis and covers the fiscal period from July 1, 2005 to June 30,
                             2007.


 Annual Change in Budget (Biennial value based on average annual
                                                                                     Expenses Per Capita
 value)



    40%                                                                                 $100


    30%
                                                                                         $75
                            19.1%
    20%

                                                                        8.3%             $50
    10%

                                                         0.0%
     0%                                                                                                        $24.77        $23.04        $22.69      $24.39
                                                                                         $25     $21.04

    -10%      -6.3%                       -6.3%

                                                                                          $-
    -20%                                                                                       2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual   05 - 07
            2003 Annual   2004 Annual   2005 Annual   2005 Annual 05 - 07 Biennial                Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted    Biennial
               Actual        Actual       Adopted       Adjusted      Adopted                                                                          Adopted




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                                                           Budget Summary

                                            2003 Annual         2004 Annual         2005 Annual         2005 Annual          05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual              Actual            Adopted             Adjusted                 Adopted

Operating Grants/Contributions                 1,762,199           1,864,212           1,834,900           1,834,900               4,018,150
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          1,275                 -                   -                   -                       -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                       27,937             128,970              20,000              20,000                     -
        Total Resources                        1,791,410           1,993,182           1,854,900           1,854,900               4,018,150

Personal Services                                    -                   -                   -                   -                       -
Materials & Services                           1,662,440           1,979,200           1,854,900           1,854,900               4,018,150
Capital Outlay                                       -                   -                   -                   -                       -
Other                                                -                   -                   -                   -                       -
        Total Expenditures                     1,662,440           1,979,200           1,854,900           1,854,900               4,018,150

Surplus / (Deficit)                              128,970               13,983                 -                   -                      -

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                            0.00                0.00                0.00               0.00                    0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                       0.00                0.00                0.00               0.00                    0.00



Budget Discussion:
      The Governing Body (Board of Commissioners) approved the required resolution to adopt the district budget on a biennial (two-year)
basis in January 2005. This is the first biennial budget adopted by the district.

      All of the budget increase will be provided by property tax growth. Nearly the entire district budget is supported by property taxes.
Some additional revenue comes from state forest and federal in-lieu of tax payments that are required by law to be distributed to it because it
is a separate taxing district.

      Direct administrative costs of the district include auditing, and publication of legal notices.

      The maximum permanent tax rate is $0.3947 per 1000 of assessed value. This will produce estimated net tax revenue of $1,878,600
for 2006 and $1,944,000 in 2007 assuming 3% annual value growth. There are no local option or debt service levies associated with this
district.




177                                             Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                      Alpine Service District
Administration:   Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                  Benton County Public Works
                  Roger Irvin, Director
                  Chris Bielenberg, Facilities & Utilities Manager

Location:         360 SW Avery, Corvallis

Telephone:        (541) 766-6821

FAX:              (541) 766-6891

Purpose:          To provide sewer service to the community of Alpine, which is located approximately 20 miles South of Corvallis.

Organization:     The service district is an independent municipal corporation. The Benton County Board of Commissioners sits as
                  the Governing Body. Benton County Public Works Department manages daily operations, customer billing, and
                  staff support. County Finance Office provides treasury and financial management services. The County Budget
                  Office coordinates the Budget process. The County is reimbursed for these services by district funds.

                  The district was organized in 1987. It serves the community of Alpine with a population of about 110 including
                  several businesses and a former school which is now a community center. District serves 47 customers. An
                  advisory committee reviews district operations and makes recommendations on issues and rates to the governing
                  body.

                  The closure of the elementary school in Alpine could have resulted in a 25% rate increase for residents in the
                  service district; however, a group of volunteers from the community center have taken on daily monitoring
                  responsibilities for the wastewater facility in exchange for providing sewer service to the old school, resulting in
                  maintaining the existing rates for the community. To date, this partnership has resulted in a significant reduction
                  in costs to the district. The current arrangement has enabled the district to maintain its current rate structure while
                  building the capital reserve fund.

Budget Notes:     The budget does not assume an increase in rates. This is an annual budget.




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                                            Budget Summary

                                  2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual   2006 Annual
                                       Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted      Adopted

General Revenues                         -                 -                  -                  -             -
Charges for Service                   24,509            20,674             21,100             21,100        21,100
Operating Grants/Contributions           234               181                250                250           250
Capital Grants/Contributions             -                 -                  -                  -             -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                -                 -                  -                  -             -
Dedicated Beginning Balance            8,373            14,378             17,100             17,100        19,225
         Total Resources              33,116            35,234             38,450             38,450        40,575

Personal Services                      2,801             2,353                -                  -             -
Materials & Services                  15,937            15,835             19,263             19,263        19,475
Capital Outlay                           -                 -                  -                  -           1,000
Other                                    -                 -               19,187             19,187        20,100
        Total Expenditures            18,738            18,187             38,450             38,450        40,575

Surplus / (Deficit)                   14,378            17,046                -                  -             -


Expenditures by Purpose
Sewer Operations                      18,738            18,049             24,050             24,050        25,050
Sewer Capital Reserve                    -                 139             14,400             14,400        15,525
Total Budget by Fund                  18,738            18,187             38,450             38,450        40,575

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)               0.00              0.00               0.00               0.00          0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)          0.00              0.00               0.00               0.00          0.00




179                                 Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                   Sewer Operations

                                       2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual       2005 Annual           2006 Annual
                                            Actual            Actual          Adopted           Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                  -                 -                 -                 -                     -
Charges for Service                          23,107            19,529            20,000            20,000                20,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                   17                23                50                50                    50
Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                 -                 -                 -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                 -                 -                                       -
Beginning Balance                            (2,860)            1,527             4,000             4,000                 5,000
         Total Resources                     20,265            21,079            24,050            24,050                25,050

Personal Services                             2,801             2,353                 -                 -                     -
Materials & Services                         15,937            15,696            18,263            18,263                18,475
Capital Outlay
Other                                             -                 -             5,787             5,787                 6,575
        Total Expenditures                   18,738            18,049            24,050            24,050                25,050

Surplus/(Deficit)                             1,527             3,030                  -                 -                    -



Purpose:   To provide operation and maintenance of a community sewer system in the community of Alpine servicing approximately 47
           customers. Operate a successful and efficient system within the requirements of the Oregon Water Resource Division.

Accomplishments:
  þ Maintained zero violation status with DEQ
  þ Continued to build reserve for emergency repairs and future replacement improvements
  þ Removed vegetation
  þ Degreased system
  þ Maintained discharge for Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) removal above 80%
  þ Evaluated opportunities to reduce costs and mitigate school closure
  þ Installed new monitoring gauge on bridge

Objectives:
  ¨ Implement a treatment plant preventive maintenance and lockout-tagout program for facilities.
  ¨ Maintain discharge for Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) removal above 80%.
  ¨ Set up system for wash water at plant.
  ¨ Smoke test and monitor system for inflow and infiltration (I&I)
  ¨ Maintain zero violation status




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                                                  Sewer Construction

                                        2003 Annual       2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual         2006 Annual
                                             Actual            Actual          Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                 -                                        -
Charges for Service                            1,402              1,145             1,100              1,100                 1,100
Operating Grants/Contributions                   217                158               200                200                   200
Capital Grants/Contributions
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                 -                                        -
Beginning Balance                             11,233             12,852            13,100             13,100                14,225
         Total Resources                     12,852             14,155            14,400             14,400                15,525

Personal Services                                  -                  -                 -                                        -
Materials & Services                               0                139             1,000              1,000                 1,000
Capital Outlay                                     0                  0                 0                  0                 1,000
Other                                              0                  0            13,400             13,400                13,525
        Total Expenditures                         -               139            14,400             14,400                15,525

Surplus/(Deficit)                            12,852             14,016                  -                 -                     -



Purpose:    To provide for accumulation of revenue dedicated to future system replacement, improvements and emergency repairs. Fund
            major maintenance and repair items too expensive to fund out of the standard operating budget.

Accomplishments:
 þ Continue to build reserve for emergency repairs and future replacement and improvements
 þ Install new river flow gauge for monitoring reports

Objectives:
 ¨ Continue to increase reserve and meet emergency needs when necessary
 ¨ Investigate water source for clean up and maintenance site




181                                        Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                           Alsea Service District
Administration:      Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                     Benton County Public Works
                     Roger Irvin, Director
                     Chris Bielenberg, Facilities & Utilities Manager

Location:            360 SW Avery, Corvallis

Telephone:           (541) 766-6821

FAX:                 (541) 766-6891

Purpose:             To provide water and sewer service to the community of Alsea, which is located approximately 30 miles
                     southwest of Corvallis.

Organization:        The service district is an independent municipal corporation. The Benton County Board of Commissioners sits as
                     the Governing Body. Benton County Public Works Department manages daily operations, customer billing, and
                     staff support. County Finance Office provides treasury and financial management services. The Budget process
                     is coordinated by the County Budget Office. The County is reimbursed for these services by district funds.

                     The district was organized in 1983, to take over operation of the community water system. Water system
                     improvements and the community sewer system were completed in 1986. Additional water system improvements
                     were completed in 1997. An advisory committee reviews District operations and makes recommendations on
                     issues and rates to the Governing Body.

Budget Discussion:   No rate increase is assumed in the budget. This is an annual budget.




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                                            Budget Summary
                                  2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual          2005 Annual   2006 Annual
                                       Actual           Actual          Adopted              Adjusted      Adopted

General Revenues                         -                 -                  -                  -             -
Charges for Service                   40,718            42,649             41,936             41,936        40,000
Operating Grants/Contributions           991               796                750                750           800
Capital Grants/Contributions             -                 -                  -                  -             -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues              4,714             4,792             11,755             11,755         6,555
Dedicated Beginning Balance           46,287            59,322             56,969             56,969        54,291
         Total Resources              92,711           107,558            111,410            111,410       101,646

Personal Services                        -                 -                  -                  -             -
Materials & Services                  29,013            37,353             43,869             43,869        42,600
Capital Outlay                           -                 -                2,000              2,000         1,000
Other                                  4,376             4,376             65,541             65,541        58,046
        Total Expenditures            33,389            41,729            111,410            111,410       101,646

Surplus / (Deficit)                   59,322            65,829                -                  -             -


Fund Summary
Water & Sewer Operations              30,000            36,844             59,276             59,276        59,900
Water System Construction              1,368             1,355             20,521             20,521        19,600
Sewer System Construction                  -             1,509             19,324             19,324        15,379
Debt Service                           2,021             2,021             12,289             12,289         6,767
Total Budget by Fund                  33,389            41,729            111,410            111,410       101,646

Full Time Equivalent (FTE)               0.00              0.00               0.00               0.00          0.00
Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)          0.00              0.00               0.00               0.00          0.00




183                                 Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                   Water Operations

                                        2003 Annual      2004 Annual       2005 Annual       2005 Annual          2006 Annual
                                             Actual           Actual          Adopted           Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                  -                   -               -                -                     -
Charges for Service                          17,614              19,783          18,600           18,600                18,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                  365                 306             300              300                   200
Capital Grants/Contributions                      -                   -               -                -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                         -                   -               -                -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                   6,555               6,855           5,000            5,000                 5,000
         Total Resources                     24,534              26,944          23,900           23,900                23,200

Personal Services                                 -                   -               -                -                     -
Materials & Services                         16,679              18,938          20,790           20,790                20,550
Capital Outlay                                    -                   -               -                -                     -
Other                                         1,000               1,000           3,110            3,110                 2,650
        Total Expenditures                   17,679              19,938          23,900           23,900                23,200

Surplus/(Deficit)                             6,855               7,006               -                 -                    -



Purpose    To provide operation and maintenance of a community water system in Alsea serving approximately 68 residential and 14
           commercial customers. Operate a successful and efficient system within the requirements of the Oregon Water Resource
           Division.

Accomplishments:
  þ Reduced water system loss through leak detection
  þ Installed one (1) new service connection
  þ Maintained zero Oregon Water Rights violations
  þ Completed Consumer Confidence Reports
  þ Continued emphasis on meter replacement
  þ Operator completed water certification
  þ Repaired major water leak across state highway

Objectives:
  ¨ Maintain zero violation status with Oregon Water Resources
  ¨ Complete Annual Consumer Confidence Report
  ¨ Install 5-10 new meters (meter replacement program)
  ¨ Set up valve exercise and flush plan
  ¨ Complete Alsea Water Management plan
  ¨ Complete extension of water right (Oregon Water Resources)
  ¨ Complete Emergency Management Plan for water system




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                                                     Sewer Operations

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual        2006 Annual
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted           Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                  -                 -                    -
Charges for Service                            16,817             16,362             17,376            17,376               16,000
Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                  -                  -                 -                    -
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                  -                 -                    -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -                  -              8,000             8,000                2,700
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     9,730             14,225             10,000            10,000               18,000
         Total Resources                       26,547             30,588             35,376            35,376               36,700

Personal Services                                   -                  -                  -                 -                    -
Materials & Services                           12,321             16,907             22,079            22,079               21,050
Capital Outlay                                      -                  -                  -                 -                    -
Other                                               -                  -             13,297            13,297               15,650
        Total Expenditures                     12,321             16,907             35,376            35,376               36,700

Surplus/(Deficit)                              14,225             13,681                  -                  -                   -



Purpose:     To operate and maintain a sewer collection and treatment system for the community of Alsea servicing approximately 66
             residential and 14 commercial customers. Operate the system in a cost effective and efficient manner in accordance with
             Department of Environmental Quality permit requirements.

Accomplishments
 þ Performed routine, ongoing maintenance to plant
 þ Maintained discharge removal rate for Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) at 85-95%
 þ Maintain discharge rates in compliance with DEQ permit limits
 þ Provided one new connection to system

Objectives:
 ¨ Implement a plant preventative maintenance schedule
 ¨ Implement lockout/tag out program for plant
 ¨ Continue to monitor for inflow and infiltration (I&I) and develop work plan (conduct additional smoke test)
 ¨ Work on plant expansion potential with DEQ
 ¨ Build new collection screen system for lift station




185                                          Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                     Water Construction

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual       2005 Annual          2006 Annual
                                               Actual             Actual          Adopted           Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                -                 -                     -
Charges for Service                              4,445              4,503            4,360             4,360                 4,400
Operating Grants/Contributions                     247                195              150               150                   200
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                -                 -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                -                 -                     -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     11,533             14,857           16,011            16,011                15,000
         Total Resources                        16,225             19,554           20,521            20,521                19,600

Personal Services                                    -                  -                -                 -                     -
Materials & Services                                13                  -                -                 -                     -
Capital Outlay                                       -                  -            1,000             1,000                 1,000
Other                                            1,355              1,355           19,521            19,521                18,600
        Total Expenditures                       1,368              1,355           20,521            20,521                19,600

Surplus/(Deficit)                               14,857             18,199                 -                -                     -



Purpose:    To provide for accumulation of revenue dedicated to future system replacement, improvements, and emergency repairs. Fund
            one time major maintenance and repairs that are too expensive to fund out of the standard operating budget.

Accomplishments
  þ Continue to build reserves for future upgrade and major repairs to the system
  þ Continued leak detection on systems to identify water loss. Scheduled and conducted replacement of bad sections
  þ Repaid loan to RECD (Rural Economic Community Development)
  þ Purchase inventory of materials such as pipe, meters, and well pump
  þ Purchase backup replacement pump for well

Objectives:
  ¨ Monitor and track water use to identify problem areas
  ¨ Build reserves for future upgrades and repairs to transmission lines
  ¨ Perform leak detection for distribution system (contract leak detection)
  ¨ Set up and track well draw down levels
  ¨ Conduct water line investigation and mapping




                                               Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon                              186
                                                     Sewer Construction

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual        2006 Annual
                                               Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted           Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                  -                  -                  -                    -
Charges for Service                              1,843              2,002              1,600              1,600                1,600
Operating Grants/Contributions                     297                205                200                200                  200
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                  -                  -                    -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                  -                  -                  -                    -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                     15,284             17,424             17,524             17,524               13,579
         Total Resources                        17,424             19,630             19,324             19,324               15,379

Personal Services                                     -                 -                  -                  -                    -
Materials & Services                                  -             1,509              1,000              1,000                1,000
Capital Outlay                                        -                 -              1,000              1,000                    -
Other                                                 -                 -             17,324             17,324               14,379
        Total Expenditures                            -             1,509             19,324             19,324               15,379

Surplus/(Deficit)                               17,424             18,122                   -                   -                  -



Purpose:     To provide for accumulation of revenue dedicated to future system replacement, improvements, and emergency repairs. Fund
             one-time major maintenance and repairs that are too expensive to fund out of the standard operating budget.

Accomplishments
 þ Reduce inflow and infiltration into the system by correcting several illegal, broken, or open connections.
 þ Continue work with the DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality) to correct inflow and infiltration
 þ Continue to accumulate fund for system upgrade and major capital expenditures
 þ Pumped septic tanks
 þ Purchased new confined-space monitoring equipment

Objectives:
 ¨ Continue working with Public Works Department to correct drainage issues leading to inflow and infiltration deficiencies
 ¨ Perform next phase of smoke testing
 ¨ Continue monitoring and correcting inflow and infiltration (I&I) into system
 ¨ Purchase back up lift pump for emergencies
 ¨ Investigate products to mitigate sludge build up in filter bed




187                                           Adopted Biennium Budget 05-07 Benton County, Oregon
                                                        Debt Service

                                        2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual       2005 Annual       2006 Annual
                                             Actual             Actual           Adopted           Adjusted          Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Charges for Service                                -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Operating Grants/Contributions                    81                 90                100               100               200
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                      4,714              4,792              3,755             3,755             3,855
Dedicated Beginning Balance                    3,186              5,961              8,434             8,434             2,712
         Total Resources                       7,982             10,843             12,289            12,289             6,767

Personal Services                                  -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Materials & Services                               -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Capital Outlay                                     -                  -                  -                 -                 -
Other                                          2,021              2,021             12,289            12,289             6,767
        Total Expenditures                     2,021              2,021             12,289            12,289             6,767

Surplus/(Deficit)                              5,961              8,822                  -                  -                -



Purpose:    Account for revenues and payments associated with payment of long term debts of the district.

Accomplishments:
  þ Made last payment on sewer bond issue
  þ Completed financial documents for water system bond issue
  þ Made first principle and interest payments for water bonds

Objectives
  ¨ Advisory and Budget Committee, and Governing Body discuss and adopt policy on use of special assessment payments no longer
    needed to retired sewer bond issue.
  ¨ Continue payment on debt service for water bonds.




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                            Cascade View Service District
Administration:   Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                  Benton County Public Works
                  Roger Irvin, Director
                  Chris Bielenberg, Facilities & Utilities Manager

Location:         360 SW Avery, Corvallis

Telephone:        (541) 766-6821

FAX:              (541) 766-6891

Purpose:          To operate a successful and efficient system within the requirements of the Oregon Water Resources Division, the
                  Subdivision Water Management Plan, and operating ordinances.

                  To provide operation and maintenance of a community water system in the Cascade View Subdivision
                  approximately 5 miles North of Corvallis. The water system was designed to serve a subdivision of 44 lots and 16
                  off-site connections if requested.

Organization:     The service district is an independent municipal corporation. The Benton County Board of Commissioners sits as
                  the Governing Body of the District. Benton County Public Works Department manages daily operations,
                  customer billing, and staff support. County Finance Office provides treasury and financial management services.
                  The budget process is coordinated by the County Budget Office. The County is reimbursed for these services by
                  district funds.

Note:             The district was created as a condition of subdivision development to provide water service.

                  An advisory committee reviews district operation and makes recommendations on issues and rates to the
                  governing body.

                  The budget assumes approval of a temporary surcharge to restore finances of the district that were drawn down by
                  unusual system repair expenses. This is an annual budget.




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                                           Budget Summary

                                 2003 Annual     2004 Annual        2005 Annual          2005 Annual   2006 Annual
                                      Actual          Actual           Adopted              Adjusted      Adopted

General Revenues                        -                 -                 100                 100           100
Charges for Service                  26,146            25,382            28,300              28,300        40,800
Operating Grants/Contributions          104                34               100                 100            50
Capital Grants/Contributions            -                 -                 -                   -             -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues               -               3,204               700                 700         4,050
Dedicated Beginning Bal               4,566             5,451             2,704               2,704         1,754
         Total Resources             30,815            34,071            31,904              31,904        46,754

Personal Services                       -                 -                 -                   -             -
Materials & Services                 25,365            28,849            27,450              27,450        28,400
Capital Outlay                          -                 133               -                   -             -
Other                                   -               3,204             4,454               4,454        18,354
        Total Expenditures           25,365            32,185            31,904              31,904        46,754

Surplus / (Deficit)                   5,451             1,886                -                  -             -


Expenditures by Purpose
Water Service                        25,365            28,905            27,450              27,450        28,400
Water System Construction               -               3,280             4,454               4,454        18,354
Total Budget by Fund                 25,365            32,185            31,904              31,904        46,754




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                                                        Water Service

                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual       2005 Annual            2006 Annual
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted           Adjusted               Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                  -                 -                      -
Charges for Service                            23,253             22,559             25,300            25,300                 24,300
Operating Grants/Contributions                    104                 34                100               100                     50
Capital Grants/Contributions                        -                  -                  -                 -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -              3,204                700               700                  4,050
Beginning Balance                               2,628                620              1,350             1,350                      -
         Total Resources                       25,985             26,417             27,450            27,450                 28,400

Personal Services                                   -                  -                  -                 -                      -
Materials & Services                           25,365             28,847             27,450            27,450                 28,400
Capital Outlay                                      -                 57                  -                 -                      -
Other                                               -                  -                  -                 -                      -
        Total Expenditures                     25,365             28,905             27,450            27,450                 28,400

Surplus/(Deficit)                                 620             (2,488)                 -                  -                       -



Purpose:     To account for operating income and expenses of the district water system.

Accomplishments
 þ Maintained zero violation status with Oregon Water Resources Division
 þ Completed Consumer Confidence Report
 þ Completed routine and ongoing maintenance and operations

Objectives
  ¨ Continue monitoring and evaluating database for water use and compliance.
  ¨ Operate system with zero violations issued from Oregon Water Resources Division.
  ¨ Set up a preventative maintenance program including identification and marking of all valves and lock out tag out program for
    equipment.
  ¨ Complete reporting/testing/validating of draw down data and make presentation to the Advisory Committee
  ¨ Conduct additional water leak detection/investigations




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                                             Water System Construction

                                        2003 Annual         2004 Annual      2005 Annual          2005 Annual         2006 Annual
                                             Actual              Actual         Adopted              Adjusted            Adopted

General Revenues                                   -                  -               100                100                   100
Charges for Service                            2,893              2,824             3,000              3,000                16,500
Operating Grants/Contributions                     -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Capital Grants/Contributions                       -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                          -                  -                 -                                        -
Beginning Balance                              1,938              4,831             1,354              1,354                 1,754
         Total Resources                       4,831              7,654             4,454              4,454                18,354

Personal Services                                   -                 -                 -                  -                     -
Materials & Services                                -                 1                 -                  -                     -
Capital Outlay                                      -                75                 -                  -                     -
Other                                               -             3,204             4,454              4,454                18,354
        Total Expenditures                          -             3,280             4,454              4,454                18,354

Surplus/(Deficit)                              4,831              4,374                  -                 -                     -



Purpose:    To provide for accumulation of revenue dedicated to future system replacement, improvements, and emergency repairs. Fund
            one-time major maintenance and repairs that are too expensive to fund out of the standard operating budget.

Accomplishments
 þ Installed one (1) new connection
 þ Performed two major repairs on the distribution system

Objectives
 ¨ Encourage water conservation for irrigation and landscaping during new construction phase.




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                                   South Third Service District
Administration:   Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                  Benton County Public Works
                  Roger Irvin, Director
                  Chris Bielenberg, Facilities & Utilities Manager

Location:         360 SW Avery, Corvallis

Telephone:        (541) 766-6821

FAX:              (541) 766-6891

Purpose:          To provide sewer service to the residents in an area along South Third Street, which is located about one mile
                  South of Corvallis along highway 99W.

Organization:     The service district is an independent municipal corporation. The Benton County Board of Commissioners sits as
                  the Governing Body. Benton County Public Works Department manages daily operations, customer billing, and
                  staff support. County Finance Office provides treasury and financial management services. The County Budget
                  Office coordinates the Budget process. The County is reimbursed for these services by district funds.

                  In February 1997, the Benton County Health Department completed a health hazard assessment for the area
                  known as the “South Third Area”, which identified failing septic systems throughout the area. The South Third
                  Area lies within the Urban Growth Boundary of Corvallis, but is currently outside of the City Limits. The area is
                  along South Third Street (Hwy 99W), and includes the area between the railroad tracks on the west and the bank of
                  the Booneville Slough on the east. On the north, it includes the land along both sides of Kiger Island Drive, and
                  stretches south beyond to just beyond Airport Road. The health hazard assessment was adopted by the Benton
                  County Board of Commissioners on May 7, 1997, and confirmed that the South Third area was at the top of the
                  County’s Environmental Assessment Priority List.

                  The district was organized in 2001. It serves the residents south of Corvallis in a designated health hazard area.
                  District serves 38 properties and 41 customers. An advisory committee reviews district operations and makes
                  recommendations on issues and rates to the governing body. A sewer collection system was completed in 2004.
                  This is an annual budget.




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                                                      Budget Summary

                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual       2005 Annual         2005 Annual           2006 Annual
                                               Actual             Actual          Adopted             Adjusted              Adopted

 General Revenues                                    -                  -                 -                  -                     -
 Charges for Service                                 -              6,760            23,955             23,955                18,376
 Operating Grants/Contributions                     41                701                44                 44                 2,200
 Capital Grants/Contributions                   73,948          1,325,372                 -                  -                     -
 Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -            478,000            23,000             23,000                15,000
 Dedicated Beginning Balance                         -               (861)                -                  -                94,371
          Total Resources                       73,989          1,809,972            46,999             46,999               129,947

 Personal Services                                   -                  -                 -                  -                     -
 Materials & Services                           74,850            141,595            18,155             18,155                19,468
 Capital Outlay                                      -          1,420,091                 -                  -                     -
 Other                                               -            247,984            28,844             28,844               110,479
         Total Expenditures                     74,850          1,809,670            46,999             46,999               129,947

 Surplus / (Deficit)                              (861)               302                  -                  -                     -


 Expenditures by Purpose
 Debt Service                                        -                  -            23,000             23,000               102,000
 Sewer Operations                                   62              6,824            23,999             23,999                24,706
 Sewer Construction                             74,788          1,802,846                 -                  -                 3,241
 Total                                          74,850          1,809,670            46,999             46,999               129,947

 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)                        0.00               0.00               0.00              0.00                   0.00
 Temporary Hire Equivalent (FTE)                   0.00               0.00               0.00              0.00                   0.00


Budget Notes      The sewer collection systems was financed with a combination of federal grants and loans through the Unites States
                  Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Services and a Housing and Urban Development Community Development
                  Block Grant.

                  Loans will be paid by assessments against each property. Operation of district facilities will be through the City of
                  Corvallis by intergovernmental agreement with the district.




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                                                       Sewer Operations


                                          2003 Annual        2004 Annual      2005 Annual        2005 Annual           2006 Annual
                                               Actual             Actual         Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                    -              -                  -                     -
Charges for Service                                  -                6,187         23,955             23,955                16,712
Operating Grants/Contributions                      41                  701             44                 44                   150
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                    -              -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                    -              -                  -                     -
Beginning Balance                                    -                    -              -                  -                 7,844
         Total Resources                            41                6,888         23,999             23,999                24,706

Personal Services                                    -                    -              -                  -                     -
Materials & Services                                62                6,824         18,155             18,155                19,468
Capital Outlay                                       -                    -              -                  -                     -
Other                                                -                    -          5,844              5,844                 5,238
        Total Expenditures                          62                6,824         23,999             23,999                24,706

Surplus/(Deficit)                                  (21)                 65                -                  -                     -



Purpose     To provide operation and maintenance of a community sewer system in an area immediately South of Corvallis servicing
            approximately 41 customers. Operate a successful and efficient system within the requirements of the Oregon Water Resource
            Division.

Accomplishments:
  þ Complete all connections
  þ Finalize billing process and assessment payments
  þ Budget and manage system operations

Objectives:
  ¨ Continue cooperation with City of Corvallis for rate strategies
  ¨ Continue billing and assessment process
  ¨ Prepare budgets and manage system operations




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                                                    Sewer Construction


                                         2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual         2005 Annual          2006 Annual
                                              Actual             Actual           Adopted             Adjusted             Adopted

General Revenues                                    -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Charges for Service                                 -                573                   -                  -                  1,664
Operating Grants/Contributions                      -                  -                   -                  -                     50
Capital Grants/Contributions                   73,948          1,325,372                   -                  -                      -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                           -            478,000                   -                  -                      -
Beginning Balance                                   -               (861)                  -                  -                  1,527
         Total Resources                       73,948          1,803,083                   -                  -                  3,241

Personal Services                                   -                  -                   -                  -                      -
Materials & Services                           74,788            134,772                   -                  -                      -
Capital Outlay                                      -          1,420,091                   -                  -                      -
Other                                               -            247,984                   -                  -                  3,241
        Total Expenditures                     74,788          1,802,846                   -                  -                  3,241

Surplus/(Deficit)                                (840)                237                  -                  -                      -




Purpose      To account for capital cost of construction and hold future reserves for heavy maintenance and emergency repairs.

Accomplishments:
 þ Secured funding for sewer construction
 þ Entered into an MOU with the City of Corvallis for sewer treatment
 þ Entered into a contract with West Tech for engineering services for construction
 þ Completed construction

Objectives:
 ¨ Connect remaining services
 ¨ Establish and build capital fund for future repair & maintenance




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                                                           Debt Service

                                           2003 Annual        2004 Annual        2005 Annual        2005 Annual           2006 Annual
                                                Actual             Actual           Adopted            Adjusted              Adopted

General Revenues                                       -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Charges for Service                                    -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Operating Grants/Contributions                         -                  -                 -                  -                 2,000
Capital Grants/Contributions                           -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                              -                  -            23,000             23,000                15,000
Beginning Balance                                      -                  -                 -                  -                85,000
         Total Resources                               -                  -            23,000             23,000               102,000

Personal Services                                      -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Materials & Services                                   -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Capital Outlay                                         -                  -                 -                  -                     -
Other                                                  -                  -            23,000             23,000               102,000
        Total Expenditures                             -                  -            23,000             23,000               102,000

Surplus/(Deficit)                                      -                  -                  -                  -                     -



Purpose:      Account for special assessment payments by property owners and principal and interest payments due on bonds sold to finance
              a portion of system construction.

Objectives:

  ¨ Make principal and interest payments when due
  ¨ Monitor for delinquencies
  ¨ Periodically evaluate possibilities for prepayment of bonds




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                             North Albany Service District
Administration:   Board of Commissioners (As the Governing Body of the District)
                  Mary Otley, Finance Manager, Administrative Services Department

Location:         Benton Plaza
                  110 SW 4th St.
                  Corvallis

Telephone:        (541) 766-6771

FAX:              (541) 766-6005

Purpose:          Levy taxes and make payments on voter approved bonds issued to finance water system improvements in the late
                  1970’s.

Organization:     The service district is an independent municipal corporation. The Benton County Board of Commissioners sit as
                  the Governing Body. County Finance Office provides treasury and financial management services. The Budget
                  process is coordinated by the County Budget Office. The County is reimbursed for these services by district funds.

                  The district was organized in 1972. Water and sewer operations were assumed by the City of Albany when the area
                  was annexed in 1991. Debt service cannot be transferred. The district will continue to exist and functions only to
                  collect taxes for debt retirement as long as there are outstanding bonds. The current debt service schedule calls for
                  the debt issue to be retired in the year 2010.

                  Bonds were issued in 1979 and sold to the Farmers Home Administration (FHA), now renamed Rural Economic
                  Community Development (RECD). Original principal was $2.5 million. Water customers living outside the
                  district pay a tax rate equivalent through their water bill. Those moneys are billed and collected by the City of
                  Albany and turned over to the district.

Budget Note:      The formal debt service schedule calls for bonds to be retired in 2010. However, bonds will be retired early,
                  perhaps as early as 2007, but more likely 2008. In 1999 the governing body adopted a policy of level debt service
                  levy for all future years at $133,000 annually. This will allow the district to slowly increase reserves in order to
                  retire debt early. It is intended that upon retirement of the debt, the district will be dissolved.

                  This budget was adopted on a biennial basis for the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2007.




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                                                            Budget Summary

                                            2003 Annual               2004 Annual                2005 Annual               2005 Annual              05 - 07 Biennial
                                                 Actual                    Actual                   Adopted                   Adjusted                     Adopted

General Revenues                                     -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Charges for Service                                  -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Operating Grants/Contributions                   168,161                    160,857                    166,870                166,870                      333,740
Capital Grants/Contributions                         -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Loans & Transfer/Revenues                            -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Dedicated Beginning Balance                      227,329                    239,938                    235,000                235,000                      250,000
         Total Resources                         395,490                    400,794                    401,870                401,870                      583,740

Personal Services                                    -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Materials & Services                               2,258                      3,642                      4,500                  4,500                        9,000
Capital Outlay                                       -                          -                          -                      -                            -
Other                                            155,271                    167,013                    397,370                397,370                      574,740
        Total Expenditures                       157,529                    170,655                    401,870                401,870                      583,740

Surplus / (Deficit)                              237,961                    230,140                          -                    -                            -



Budget Discussion:
     This is a biennial (two-year) budget. The Governing Body (Board of Commissioners) in January 2005 approved a resolution, as
required by law, ordering the preparation of the budget on a two-year basis. This is the districts first biennial budget.

     Property taxes will generate an estimated net of $251,370 (two tax years) to support debt service. The estimated tax rate based on an
annual assumed value growth of 4% would average about $0.3300 per 1000 of assessed value over the two tax years covered by this
biennium budget. That compares to the actual rate of $0.3519 for the 2004 tax year on an assessed value growth of 10.5%.

     Taxes to repay general obligation bonds issued are exempt from constitutional limitations imposed by Measure 5 (1990) and measures
47/50 (1996 & 1997).

      Residences not in the district, but
connected to the district water system
pay a property tax equivalent The
amount of the non-residential
assessment is computed like property
taxes, but collected through the                                                               N Albany Service District
monthly water bill by the City of                                                                Revenue Sources*
Albany and turned over to the service                                Non-resident Assessment
district.                                                                      12%
                                                                  Interest Earnings
                                                                         1%
                                                                Delinquent Taxes
                                                                      1%                                                           Property Taxes
                                                                                                                                        43%




                                                                 Beginning Balance
                                                                       43%



                                             * 2005-07 Biennium Estimates




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                                                                                                Appendix
Contents:
    Salary and position classifications by fund by department

    Glossary of budget and program terms




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                                                  Personnel Tables
Contents:            Regular Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions by Fund by Department. The table does not list extra or
                     temporary hire FTE equivalents. FTE equivalents for temporary hire are shown in each department budget
                     summary.

                     Where tables may indicate a less than .50 FTE the position cost is spread among more than one fund. The
                     remaining FTE is listed in another fund..

Notes on Salaries:   The contract with the Benton County Deputy Sheriffs Association (BCDSA) calls for a 2.5% salary schedule
                     adjustment effective July 1, 2005 and 3% on July 1, 2006.

                     At the time the budget was adopted negotiations with the American Federation of State County Municipal
                     Employees (AFSCME) and Oregon Nurses Association (ONA) where in progress. Also salary schedule
                     adjustments, if any, for non-represented positions and the Sheriff and District Attorney were not determined.
                     Salaries shown are based on the salary schedules in effect for these respective employee units from the prior
                     fiscal year (FY04-05). Budget assumptions in the biennium budget included salary schedule adjustments of
                     2.5% annually.

                     The salary of the District Attorney is established and paid directly by the State of Oregon. Under ORS 8.830 the
                     Board of Commissioners may supplement the salary of the District Attorney. The county salary supplement
                     only is shown in these tables.

                     Under the County Charter the Board of Commissioners set the salary of the Sheriff. Also under the Charter the
                     citizen members of the Budget Committee set the salary of the three commissioners. The citizen members
                     increased the salary of the Board of Commissioners 3.9% effective July 1, 2005 as part of a their standing policy
                     to move commissioner salary to equal that of step 1 of the lowest department head salary range. The policy was
                     established in 2003 and was designed to reach its goal in 2007. The citizen members review application of the
                     policy, and can make adjustments, annually.

                     Benefit costs are not shown in the tables, but cost of benefits is included in all personnel cost summaries.
                     Benefits as a percentage of salary vary from 40% to 55% of salary depending on factors such as salary level,
                     worker’s compensation class, and number of dependents for health and dental insurances.




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                                 Positions by Fund by Department


Position Title                    Salary Range      FTE    Position Title                   Salary Range       FTE

Administrative Services                                    Community Development
DEPUTY CLERK                       2,085 - 2,661    1.75   OFFICE SPECIALIST 2                2,127 - 2,715    0.20
ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 1              2,220 - 2,835    1.00   BUILDING PERMITS CLERK             2,220 - 2,835    1.00
ACCOUNTING CLERK 2                 2,274 - 2,904    1.00   DEPT ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 1         2,393 - 3,055    1.00
SENIOR DEPUTY CLERK                2,274 - 2,904    3.00   ASSISTANT PLANNER                  2,616 - 3,340    1.00
ACCOUNTING CLERK 3                 2,331 - 2,974    1.00   GIS ENGINEERING ANALYST            2,704 - 3,452    0.25
BUDGET/ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST       2,616 - 3,340    0.15   BUILDING INSPECTOR 1               2,801 - 3,575    1.00
REVENUE CLERK                      2,616 - 3,340    0.10   ASSOCIATE PLANNER                  3,156 - 4,028    3.00
A&D/CRIME PREVENTION COORD         2,704 - 3,452    1.00   SENIOR PLANNER                     3,459 - 4,415    1.00
ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR               3,373 - 4,305    1.00   CHIEF BUILDING INSPECTOR           3,772 - 4,813    1.00
GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYS COORD          3,459 - 4,415    1.00   DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR               4,567 - 5,829    1.00
DIRECTOR, CHILDREN & FAMILIES      3,772 - 4,813    1.00
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR              3,836 - 4,896    0.50   Community Development Total                        10.45
RECORDS & ELECTIONS MANAGER        4,008 - 5,114    1.00
PROGRAMMING UNIT MANAGER           4,271 - 5,452    0.10   District Attorney
FINANCE MANAGER                    4,567 - 5,829    0.50   DISTRICT ATTORNEY                          1,077    1.00
                                                           CRIME VICTIM ADVOCATE              2,274 - 2,904    1.80
Administrative Services Total                      14.10   PARALEGAL                          2,331 - 2,974    6.80
                                                           DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE ADMIN     3,056 - 3,901    1.00
Assessment                                                 DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 2         3,944 - 5,034    5.00
PROPERTY APPRAISER TRAINEE         2,127 - 2,715    1.00   CHIEF DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY     4,793 - 6,118    1.00
CARTOGRAPHIC AIDE                  2,274 - 2,904    1.00
SENIOR ASSESSMENT CLERK            2,274 - 2,904    1.00   District Attorney Total                            16.60
ACCOUNTING CLERK 3                 2,331 - 2,974    2.00
ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 3              2,331 - 2,974    1.00   Health
APPRAISAL SUPPORT TECH             2,393 - 3,055    1.00   OFFICE SPECIALIST 1               2,085 - 2,661     1.00
PROPERTY APPRAISER 1               2,535 - 3,237    2.00   ENVIRON HEALTH PERMITS CLERK      2,220 - 2,835     1.00
SENIOR CARTOGRAPHER                2,535 - 3,237    1.00   MENTAL HLTH AIDE PEER SPEC        2,274 - 2,904     1.00
GIS CARTOGRAPHER                   2,704 - 3,452    1.00   ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 3             2,331 - 2,974     1.00
PROPERTY APPRAISER 2               2,801 - 3,575    3.00   CLINIC ASSISTANT                  2,331 - 2,974     1.00
PROPERTY APPRAISER 3               2,908 - 3,711    1.00   MENTAL HEALTH CASE AIDE           2,331 - 2,974     1.20
SALES DATA ANALYST                 3,027 - 3,863    1.00   MH AIDE-ACCESS SPECIALIST         2,331 - 2,974     0.50
CHIEF APPRAISER                    3,772 - 4,813    1.00   C D BIOTERROR COORD ADMIN AIDE    2,704 - 3,452     0.50
CHIEF ASSESSMENT OFFICE DEPUTY     3,772 - 4,813    1.00   ENVIRONMENTAL HLTH SPEC TRAINE    2,801 - 3,575     2.00
ASSESSOR                           4,567 - 5,829    1.00   MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATE           2,801 - 3,575     7.60
                                                           ASSOC MENTAL HEALTH PROF          3,027 - 3,863     1.00
Assessment Total                                   19.00   MENTAL HEATLH NURSE 1             3,027 - 3,863     0.75
                                                           PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2             3,131 - 3,997     0.80
Board of Commissioners                                     ASSOC MH PROFESSIONAL A&D         3,156 - 4,028     4.00
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 1              2,249 - 2,870    1.60   MENTAL HEALTH SPEC 2              3,156 - 4,028     1.00
PARALEGAL                          2,304 - 2,942    1.00   ENV HEALTH SPECIALIST 2           3,300 - 4,212     2.00
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 2              2,365 - 3,019    1.00   MENTAL HEALTH NURSE 2             3,300 - 4,212     0.75
BOC ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER         3,056 - 3,901    1.00   PROFESSIONAL CARE COORDINATOR     3,300 - 4,212     6.70
COUNTY COMMISSIONER                        5,634    3.00   QUALIFIED MENTAL HEALTH PROF      3,300 - 4,212     8.80
COUNTY COUNSEL                     5,685 - 7,255    1.00   PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 3             3,433 - 4,380     1.00
POLICY ADVISOR                     Undetermined     0.50   PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 3-LEAD        3,609 - 4,606     1.00
                                                           ENV HEALTH SPECIALIST 4           3,638 - 4,643     1.00
Board of Commissioners Total                        9.10   MENTAL HLTH PROG MANAGER          3,772 - 4,813     1.00
                                                           MENTAL HLTH PROG MANAGER          4,008 - 5,114     2.00
                                                           DEPUTY ADMIN - ENV HEALTH         4,271 - 5,452     1.00
                                                           PSYCHIATRIST                     8,129 - 10,373     1.50

                                                           Health Total                                       51.10




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                                 Positions by Fund by Department


Position Title                    Salary Range      FTE    Position Title                  Salary Range        FTE

Juvenile                                                   Natural Areas and Parks
OFFICE ASSISTANT 3                 2,047 - 2,613    1.00   OFFICE ASSISTANT 2                2,011 - 2,567     0.50
OFFICE SPECIALIST 1                2,085 - 2,661    1.00   OFFICE SPECIALIST 2               2,127 - 2,715     0.20
COMM SVC WORK CREW ASSISTANT       2,173 - 2,773    1.00   LANDSCAPE GARDENER                2,331 - 2,974     0.75
JUVENILE OUTREACH SPECIALIST       2,461 - 3,140    0.50   DEPT ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 2        2,461 - 3,140     1.00
COMM SERVICE WORK CREW COORD       2,616 - 3,340    1.00   PARKS/FAIRGROUNDS RANGER          2,535 - 3,237     2.00
JUVENILE ADMIN SUPERVISOR          2,920 - 3,728    1.00   CORRECTIONS WORK CREW SUPV        2,704 - 3,452     0.50
JUVENILE COUNSELOR                 3,156 - 4,028    8.00   COMMUNITY PROJECT COORDINATOR     3,027 - 3,863     1.00
DEPUTY JUVENILE DIRECTOR           3,563 - 4,546    1.00   PARKS SUPERINTENDENT              3,373 - 4,305     1.00
JUVENILE DIRECTOR                  5,269 - 6,725    1.00   PARKS DIRECTOR                    4,898 - 6,252     1.00

Juvenile Total                                     15.50   Natural Areas and Parks Total                       7.95

Law Enforcement                                            General Fund Total                                212.35
LAW ENFORCEMENT RECORDS CLERK      2,127 - 2,715    2.00
OFFICE SPECIALIST 2                2,127 - 2,715    0.50   Public Works
OFFICE SPECIALIST 3                2,173 - 2,773    1.00   OFFICE ASSISTANT 2                2,011 - 2,567     1.25
ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 2              2,274 - 2,904    1.00   OFFICE SPECIALIST 2               2,127 - 2,715     2.40
WORK CREW ADMIN AIDE               2,274 - 2,904    1.00   GIS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN        2,173 - 2,773     0.75
RESEARCH ANALYST                   2,461 - 3,140    1.00   ROAD MAINTENENCE WORKER 1         2,173 - 2,773     2.50
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER             2,522 - 3,218    1.00   ACCOUNTING CLERK 2                2,274 - 2,904     1.00
CIVIL DIVISION COORDINATOR         2,535 - 3,237    1.00   COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING TECH      2,535 - 3,237     0.25
EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR     3,027 - 3,863    1.00   ENGINEERING/SURVEYING TECH        2,535 - 3,237     1.00
MGR SUPPORT SVCS - BCSO            3,056 - 3,901    1.00   ROAD MAINT WORKER 3               2,616 - 3,340    12.00
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY A               3,065 - 3,911    1.00   CORRECTIONS WORK CREW SUPV        2,704 - 3,452     0.50
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY A               3,065 - 3,911    4.00   ENGINEERING & SURVEYING TECH      2,704 - 3,452     0.50
DEPUTY SHERIFF A                   3,065 - 3,911    6.00   GIS ENGINEERING ANALYST           2,704 - 3,452     0.50
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2              3,131 - 3,997    0.30   WORKING FOREMAN - ROAD            3,027 - 3,863     3.00
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY B               3,142 - 4,010    2.00   PW ADMIN SERVICES MANAGER         3,056 - 3,901     1.00
DEPUTY SHERIFF B                   3,142 - 4,010    8.00   LAND SURVEYOR                     3,300 - 4,212     1.00
PAROLE & PROBATION OFFICER B       3,142 - 4,010    6.00   WORKING FOREMAN, SIGN SHOP        3,300 - 4,212     1.00
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY C               3,218 - 4,107    2.00   ENGINEER ASSOCIATE                3,459 - 4,415     3.00
DEPUTY SHERIFF C                   3,218 - 4,107    4.00   FISCAL & PROJECT MANAGER          3,459 - 4,415     1.00
DEPUTY CORPORAL B                  3,464 - 4,422    2.00   ROAD MAINT MANAGER                3,563 - 4,546     3.00
DEPUTY CORPORAL C                  3,548 - 4,528    7.00   SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER             4,058 - 5,178     1.00
CORRECTIONS SERGEANT               4,008 - 5,114    3.00   ENGINEERING/SURVEYING PROG MG     4,567 - 5,829     0.80
EMERGENCY SERVICES MANAGER         4,008 - 5,114    1.00   PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR             5,269 - 6,725     1.00
PAROLE & PROBATION SERGEANT        4,008 - 5,114    2.00
SERGEANT                           4,008 - 5,114    5.00   Public Works Total                                 38.45
CORRECTIONS FACILITY MANAGER       4,271 - 5,452    0.75
LIEUTENANT                         4,271 - 5,452    1.00   Road Fund Total                                    38.45
PAROLE & PROBATION LT              4,271 - 5,452    1.00
UNDERSHERIFF                       4,567 - 5,829    1.00   Fair
SHERIFF                                    6,267    1.00   FAIRGROUNDS MAINT WORKER          2,331 - 2,974     1.00
                                                           FAIR EVENTS COORDINATOR           2,393 - 3,055     1.00
Law Enforcement Total                              68.55   DEPT ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 2        2,461 - 3,140     1.00
                                                           FAIRGROUNDS MANAGER               3,772 - 4,813     1.00

                                                           Fair Total                                          4.00

                                                           Fair Fund Total                                     4.00




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                                      Positions by Fund by Department

Position Title                         Salary Range      FTE    Position Title                          Salary Range       FTE

Public Works
ENGINEERING & SURVEYING TECH            2,704 - 3,452    0.50   Administrative Services
LAND SURVEYOR                           3,300 - 4,212    1.00   MAIL CLERK                                1,893 - 2,417    0.80
ENGINEERING/SURVEYING PROG MG           4,567 - 5,829    0.20   ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 3                     2,331 - 2,974    0.10
                                                                TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST             2,616 - 3,340    1.00
Public Works Total                                       1.70   NETWORK/DESKTOP OPS MANAGER               4,271 - 5,452    0.10
                                                                FINANCE MANAGER                           4,567 - 5,829    0.10
Land Corner Preservation Fund Total                      1.70
                                                                Administrative Services Total                              2.10

Health                                                          Public Works
QI/UTILIZATIONS MGMT COOD               3,459 - 4,415    1.00   CUSTODIAL SERVICE WORKER                  1,978 - 2,525    2.00
                                                                ROAD MAINTENENCE WORKER 1                 2,173 - 2,773    0.50
Health Total                                             1.00   BUILDING MAINT TECHNICIAN 1               2,331 - 2,974    1.00
                                                                MECHANIC 1                                2,616 - 3,340    1.00
Oregon Health Plan Fund Total                            1.00   BUILDING MAINT TECHNICIAN 2               2,801 - 3,575    4.00
                                                                MECHANIC 2                                2,801 - 3,575    4.00
Law Enforcement                                                 WORKING FOREMAN - FACILITIES              3,027 - 3,863    1.00
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY A                    3,065 - 3,911    1.00   WORKING FOREMAN - FLEET                   3,300 - 4,212    1.00
                                                                FLEET MANAGER                             3,772 - 4,813    1.00
Law Enforcement Total                                    1.00   FACILITIES MANAGER                        4,271 - 5,452    1.00

Courthouse Security Fund Total                           1.00   Public Works Total                                        16.50

Law Enforcement                                                 Intragovernmental Services Fund Total                     18.60
OFFICE SPECIALIST 2                     2,127 - 2,715    0.50
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE                     3,002 - 3,832    0.10   Health
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2                   3,131 - 3,997    0.20   PURCHASING ASSISTANT                      2,011 - 2,567    0.50
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY C                    3,218 - 4,107    1.00   OFFICE SPECIALIST 1                       2,085 - 2,661    0.85
PAROLE & PROBATION CORPORAL C           3,548 - 4,528    1.00   MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST                  2,127 - 2,715    1.00
CORRECTIONS SERGEANT                    4,008 - 5,114    1.00   PURCHASING CLERK                          2,173 - 2,773    1.80
CORRECTIONS FACILITY MANAGER            4,271 - 5,452    0.25   BUSINESS SVC REP 1 (BI-LING)              2,220 - 2,835    1.00
                                                                CLIENT SVCS REPRESENTATIVE                2,220 - 2,835    5.00
Law Enforcement Total                                    4.05   ACCOUNTING CLERK 2                        2,274 - 2,904    2.00
                                                                CLIENT SVCS REP (BILINGUAL)               2,274 - 2,904    2.00
Adult Corrections Fund Total                             4.05   COMMUNITY RESOURCES REP                   2,274 - 2,904    1.00
                                                                CONTRACTS & GRANTS COORD.                 2,274 - 2,904    1.00
Administrative Services                                         ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 3                     2,331 - 2,974    5.00
ACCOUNTING CLERK 2                      2,274 - 2,904    1.00   BUSINESS SERVICES REP                     2,331 - 2,974    5.00
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT               2,304 - 2,942    1.00   MEDICAL RECORDS LEAD                      2,331 - 2,974    1.00
ADMINISTRATIVE AIDE 3                   2,331 - 2,974    0.90   OHP ENROLLMENT WORKER                     2,331 - 2,974    1.00
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 2                   2,365 - 3,019    0.50   RECORDS CLERK - SENIOR                    2,331 - 2,974    2.00
PAYROLL SPECIALIST                      2,598 - 3,317    1.00   BUSINESS SERVICES TEAM LEADER             2,393 - 3,055    1.00
BUDGET/ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST            2,616 - 3,340    0.85   DEPT ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 1                2,393 - 3,055    0.60
PC TECHNICIAN                           2,616 - 3,340    3.00   DEPT ADMINSTRATIVE ASST 1                 2,393 - 3,055    1.00
REVENUE CLERK                           2,616 - 3,340    0.90   LEAD CLIENT SERVICES REP                  2,461 - 3,140    1.00
HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST                 2,920 - 3,728    1.00   CONTRACTS & BUDGET SPECIALIST             3,027 - 3,863    1.00
PROGRAMMER/ANALYST                      3,027 - 3,863    2.00   EPIDEMIOLOGIST                            3,836 - 4,896    0.50
ACCOUNTING FUNCTIONS SUPER              3,563 - 4,546    1.00   CLINICAL PROGRAM MANAGER                  4,271 - 5,452    0.80
SENIOR NETWORK ENGINEER                 3,836 - 4,896    1.00   COMM HLTH PROG MANAGER                    4,271 - 5,452    1.00
SR PROGRAMMER/ANALYST                   3,836 - 4,896    0.75   DEPUTY ADMIN. - COMM. HEALTH              4,567 - 5,829    1.00
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR                   3,836 - 4,896    0.50   DEPUTY ADMIN-HLTH FINANCE                 4,567 - 5,829    1.00
BUDGET MANAGER                          4,271 - 5,452    1.00   DEPUTY ADMINSTR - M. HEALTH               4,567 - 5,829    1.00
NETWORK/DESKTOP OPS MANAGER             4,271 - 5,452    0.90   HEALTH CENTER DIRECTOR                    4,567 - 5,829    1.00
PROGRAMMING UNIT MANAGER                4,271 - 5,452    0.90   HEALTH ADMINISTRATOR                      5,269 - 6,725    1.00
FINANCE MANAGER                         4,567 - 5,829    0.40   MEDICAL DIRECTOR                         9,058 - 11,561    0.10
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER                 4,567 - 5,829    1.00
ADMIN SERVICES DIRECTOR                 4,898 - 6,252    1.00   Health Total                                              42.15

Administrative Services Total                           20.60   Health Management Services Fund Total                     42.15




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                                         Positions by Fund by Department

Position Title                            Salary Range       FTE

Health
GRANT ASSISTANT                            2,127 - 2,715     0.75
CLINIC ASST TRAINEE-BILINGUAL              2,173 - 2,773     0.70
PROMOTORA                                  2,220 - 2,835     1.50
PROMOTORA (MALE OUTREACH)                  2,220 - 2,835     1.00
CLIENT SVCS REPRESENTATIVE                 2,220 - 2,835     1.00
CLINIC ASSISTANT                           2,331 - 2,974     1.20
CLINIC ASSISTANT 2 (BILINGUAL)             2,461 - 3,140     5.00
HEALTH PROMOTION SPECIALIST I              2,535 - 3,237     1.80
HEALTH PROM SPEC 1 - BILINGUAL             2,616 - 3,340     1.00
HIV OUTREACH SPECIALIST                    2,704 - 3,452     0.75
CLINICAL REGISTERED NURSE 2                2,884 - 3,681     3.40
HEALTH PROMOTION SPECIALIST 2              2,908 - 3,711     3.30
CLINICAL REGISTERED NURSE 2                3,002 - 3,832     1.20
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2                      3,131 - 3,997     0.75
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 3                      3,433 - 4,380     1.15
HEALTH PROMOTION PROG MGR                  3,772 - 4,813     1.00
NURSE PRACTITIONER                         4,026 - 5,139     4.50
ADV-LEVEL HEALTH PRACTITIONER              4,058 - 5,178     1.00
PHYSICIAN                                 8,129 - 10,373     0.85
PSYCHIATRIST                              8,129 - 10,373     0.10
MEDICAL DIRECTOR                          9,058 - 11,561     0.90

Health Total                                                32.85

Benton County Health Center Fund Total                      32.85


Total All Funds:                                           376.75




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                                                               Glossary
      The glossary contains definition of terms commonly associated with the budget and finance operations in government. Also included
is terminology specific to Benton County budget and finance systems.

         A
Account:      Refers to the line item budget title and chart of account number. Examples are travel, or printing.

Accounting System:        The total set of records and procedures which are used to record, classify, and report information on the financial
status and operations of an entity.

ACIST: A County Integrated Services Team. Team created with funds from the five-year Health Public Safety Enhancement Levy (See
Health Department in the Budget Document)

Ad Valorem Tax: A tax based “according to value” of property and used as the source of moneys to pay general obligation debt and to
support operations. (See Assessed Value).

Adopted Budget: Appropriations approved by the Board of Commissioners which become the budget of the county. (See
Appropriation). It is the plan of financial operation which contains a limit on expenditures (appropriation) and an estimate of resources
supporting it.

AOC:       Association of Oregon Counties.

Approved Budget: This is the budget recommended by the Budget Committee for adoption by the Board of Commissioners. The Board
of Commissioners has limited authority to modify this budget. In no case may the Board of Commissioners increase the tax levy approved
by the Budget Committee, nor may the appropriation of any fund be increased more than 10% above that approved by the budget
committee.

Appropriation: The legal limit of expenditures as adopted by action of the governing body for a particular level of the organization (the
county’s basis of appropriation is by Fund, by Program). To exceed an appropriation is illegal, a violation of state law for which the
members of the governing body and/or other responsible public official can be held personally liable. The level of appropriation can be
adjusted during the fiscal year. (See Appropriation Transfer, and Supplemental Budget.)

Appropriation Transfer: The transfer of all or part of expenditures from one area of the budget to another. Some transfers must be
approved by the Board of Commissioners. Some transfers can be done administratively under county policy after approval of the Budget
Manager. The conditions are described in County Financial Polices and Oregon Budget Law. A transfer cannot be made to create an
appropriation level that did not previously exist. That must be done through a supplemental budget.

ASD:     Administrative Services Department. One of nine county departments.

Assessed Value: A ratio of real market value as annually determined by the county assessor, and used as the basis for computing taxes
due. The use of this value for computing taxes resulted from statewide Ballot Measure 50 in 1997 which amended Ballot Measure 47 passed
in 1996. (See also real market value). On existing property assessed value is restricted to 3% or less annual growth (depending on the spread
between assessed and real market value). Assessed value of an individual property can increase more than 3% in a year when
improvements such as major renovations or additions exceed a define threshold amount.

Audit: As used here, the audit refers to the annual financial audit performed by an independent outside auditor at the end of each fiscal
year as required by law. It is a test of management’s internal accounting controls and is intended to 1) Ascertain whether financial
statements fairly present financial position and results of operations. 2) Test whether transactions have been legally performed. 3) Identify
areas for possible improvements in accounting practices and procedures. 4) Ascertain whether transactions have been recorded accurately
and consistently. 5) Ascertain the stewardship of officials responsible for governmental resources. (See also GASB, Governmental
Accounting Standards Board).

         B
Bancroft Bond: The term commonly applied to bonds sold to finance Local Improvement District projects. The bonds are retired by
annual assessments charged against the benefitting properties. This type of funding method is used to finance improvements to sidewalks,
roads, water and sewer lines typically in an established area or neighborhood.

Benchmark:       A measure of current standing, and/or a goal to be achieved or maintained.

Biennial Budget: Adoption of a budget on a two-year basis instead of the more traditional annual budget. The 2001 Oregon Legislature
amended Oregon Local Budget Law to allow local governments to optionally adopt a biennial budget. The State of Oregon operates on a
biennial budget.

BOC:       Board of Commissioners

Budget Calendar:       The schedule of key dates or milestones which a government follows in the preparation and adoption of the budget.

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Budget Committee: A committee composed of citizens and the governing body, required by Oregon Local Budget Law (ORS
294.305), which must approve a budget and set the maximum tax levy. The number of citizen appointees is equal to the number elected to
the districts governing body. The citizen members of the committee are appointed to staggered three year terms. (If the local government
adopts a biennial budget the citizen members must be appointed to staggered four year terms). In Benton County, the charter also requires
the lay members of the committee set the salaries of the County Commissioners.

Budget Control: The management of a government or enterprise in accordance with an adopted budget for the purpose of keeping
expenditures within the limitation of available appropriations and available revenues.

Budget Document: The published summary of the budget prepared by the Budget Office. There are usually two versions published
annually, the Proposed Budget as submitted to the Budget Committee and the Adopted Budget as approved by the Board of Commissioners.
Oregon Budget Law requires the preparation and publication of a Budget Document and specifies some of the documents content.

Budget Manual: A set of documents published in preparation for the budget year outlining the County’s budget policies, procedures,
forms and calendar.

Budget Office: The central focal point to which budget issues and communications are brought by the governing body, departments,
budget committee, news media, and citizens. The office is responsible for coordinating the budget process for the county and service
districts and for the maintenance of budget records and legal documents. The Budget Office monitors revenues, expenses and
appropriations and prepares financial forecasts and reports. The Budget Office administers all budget amendments, maintains the budget
database and performs financial and management research. The office coordinates the preparation of the annual capital improvement plan.

Budget Officer: The person designated by the Governing Body to be responsible for preparation of the budget and meeting legal
deadlines. The designation is required by Oregon Local Budget Law (ORS 294.305). The County Budget Manager is the designated Budget
Officer.

Budget Period: Under Oregon Budget Law this is either one or two years beginning July 1. The default period is one-year(July 1 to June
30) unless the governing body of a city or county or special district takes specific formal steps to make two year appropriations (biennium
budget).

         C
Calendar year:      The year from January 1, to December 31. (See fiscal year).

Capital Improvement:        Construction, renovation, or reconstruction of real property.

Capital Outlay: A budget summary category showing expenditures for both real and personal property. Although departments may
budget for some personal property under this heading, by county policy only single item purchases in excess of $5,000 are captured for
accounting as a fixed asset for financial reporting (audits) purposes.

Category: In the county usage it defines a summary level. For instance all line item expenses related to wages, salaries and benefits paid
to or on behalf of employees are summarized in the category Personal Services. The Budget Document lists and defines all revenue and
expenditure categories in the Financial Summary section.

Chart of Accounts: A listing of account numbers, descriptions, departments, cost centers, program and fund codes used in the budget
and accounting systems.

Charter: Oregon law allows cities and counties, upon a vote of the people, to establish charter or government. Commonly referred to as
Home Rule it allows a local government more flexibility in organization and legal authority. Benton County voters adopted a Charter in
1972. There have been periodic amendments since that time approved by the people.

Capital Improvement Plan (CIP):           A multi-year plan which ranks and prioritizes capital improvement projects. The plan includes
estimated costs and the year of anticipated construction, revenue sources and project description. It is published separately from the Budget
Document

Capital Improvement Committee (CIC): This group is appointed by the Board of Commissioners to coordinate development of the
capital improvement plan and make recommendations on prioritization, and funding sources. By policy it consists of a member of the
Budget Committee, Administrative Services Director, Budget Officer, Finance Manager, Facilities Manager and 3 county staff appointed
to staggered three-year terms.

COG: Council of Governments. Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments (OCWCOG) serves Benton, Linn and Lincoln
Counties.

COLA:        Cost of Living Allowance/Adjustment.

Comprehensive Annual Finance Report (CAFR): The formal title of the annual financial audit. The format and content requirements
are established by state law and/or the national Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).

Contingency: State law allows each operating fund to have a contingency account. Government can use contingency to pay only for
emergency or reasonably unanticipated expenses. Expenses are not charged to a contingency account, rather the Board of Commissioners



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must formally approve a transfer of amounts from the contingency to the account to which expenses will be charged. Contingency funds not
needed become a resource for the following budget period as part of beginning fund balance.

Cost Allocation Plan: A method for computing and distributing the costs of an organization’s overhead functions like payroll,
accounting, revenue recording, auditing, personnel, etc., across the operating service units. Allocating overhead allows for incorporating
this cost into fee setting calculations, and provides a truer picture of cost of delivering a unit of service. (See also Direct and Indirect Cost)

Cost Center:      A group of line item accounts associated with a specific service in which are recorded costs and revenues earned by the
service.

County Unrestricted Funds: The category of General Fund revenue which can be used for any legal purpose of government without
restriction. Other revenue categories may have narrow or broad restrictions on use. Often referred to by the acronym CURF. This source is
made up mostly of property taxes and forest revenues. (Same as General Revenues).

Current Operating Expense Expenses for personnel, and/or goods or services which are the result of activities in the present fiscal
period as opposed to a past or future period. In county usage these are also expenses likely to continue from year to year, as opposed to
expenditures for one time only programs or projects.

Current Operating Revenues Revenues received as a result of activities in the present fiscal period as opposed to revenues which
resulted from activities in a prior period (carry-over of beginning balance) or revenues to be received in a future fiscal period.

CURF:        See County Unrestricted Funds or General Revenues.

         D
Direct Cost:     Overhead expenses which can be specifically (and easily) associated with and billed to a cost center. (See Indirect Cost).

         E
Enterprise Fund: When a public agency operates a service on a self-paying basis, such as water or sewer or garbage collection, a
separate accounting fund is established. In many cases, the fund is operated and accounted for like a nonprofit private enterprise. For
example, water and sewer services in County Service Districts are treated as enterprise funds.

Eden:     The name of the vendor (Eden Systems) which supplies and maintains the county's financial software system.

         F
Fees: A revenue summary category previously used by the County prior to FY02-03. It accounted for payments by individuals for
services received.

Fiscal Year: The budget year. In Oregon this is July 1 of each calendar year through June 30 of the next. The Federal Fiscal Year is from
October 1 to September 30. A fiscal year is often referred to by the last year of the fiscal year. Thus the fiscal year 2002-2003 may be simply
referred to as fiscal year 2003 or 03.

FTE: Full Time Equivalent Employee. All county positions are stated in whole FTE’s or portions thereof. (i.e., .50 FTE is equal to a
person working half of the normal work hours in a fiscal year or full time for half a year). The county began quantifying temporary hire
positions in FTE terms with the FY 00-01 fiscal year.

Fund: The traditional accounting device for government appropriations and for distinction between general purpose and special
purpose appropriations. A fund is defined as a self-balancing set of accounts designed to carry out certain activities in accordance with
certain restrictions or limitations. The county maintains funds for organizational purposes and to account for special revenue, internal
services, and trust revenue transfers. Some funds are required by state law, or county ordinance. A convenient method of thinking about a
fund is that it is a like maintaining a number of separate checking accounts, each of account can only be used to pay for certain things.

Fund Transfer: A movement of resources as an expense of one fund to revenue in another fund. Transfers result in artificial inflation of
the total budget, but provide a clearer picture of the true origins of revenue and expense.

         G
General Revenues: The category of General Fund revenue which can be used for any legal purpose of government without restriction.
Other revenue categories may have narrow or broad restrictions on use. Often referred to by the acronym CURF. This source is made up
mostly of property taxes and forest revenues. (Same as County Unrestricted Revenues).

Governing Body: The authority, commission, council, board, or directors responsible for governing a local government. When the
Board of Commissioners serves as the head of county service districts, they are referred to as the Governing Body of the district.




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Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB): A national organization that sets standards for reporting financial results of
local government in annual audit reports. GASB guidelines are intended to provide a national standard for reporting government financial
activity (annual audits).

         H
Home Rule:       See Charter

         I
IRAC: Information Resources Advisory Committee. An inter-departmental team appointed by the Board of Commissioners to review
and advise Information Resource Management Division and the Board of Commissioners on issues and policies related to use, acquisition,
financing and servicing of technology in the organization.

IRM: Information Resource Management. The division of the Administrative Services Department that managements all computer and
telecommunications systems operating or connected to county systems.

Indirect Cost: Costs which are incurred in the operation of the organization which cannot be associated specifically with a particular
product or service. Formulas are used to allocate these costs to specific services. Also referred to as overhead or indirect expense. The
County prepares and adopts an annual Cost Allocation Plan.

Intra-governmental Services Fund:          See Internal Service Fund.

Internal Control: A plan of organization for purchasing, accounting, and other financial activities which, among other things, provides
that 1) The duties of employees are subdivided so that no single employee handles a financial action from beginning to end. 2) Proper
authorizations from specific responsible officials are obtained before key steps in the processing of a transaction are completed. 3) Records
and procedures are arranged appropriately to facilitate effective control.

Internal Service Fund A fund used to account for the financing of goods or services sold to departments, or governments on a
cost-reimbursement basis. The county has three internal services funds. the Intra-governmental Services Fund accounts for motor pool,
facilities, photocopy, mail services, computer hardware and communications. The Management Services Fund accounts for accounting,
payroll, property & liability insurance, budgeting, human resources, county counsel, and data processing services (IRM). And the Health
Management Services Fund accounts for all business and administrative functions of the Health Department.

         L
Levy: The amount, expressed as a tax rate or in dollars and cents, that a taxing district certifies to the Assessor to be spread (or levied)
over the taxable value of property in that district.

Line Item: This is an accounting unit which shows what particular expenditures purchase (supplies, repairs, photocopy). This level of
classification is primarily for internal management use, and is summarized to the next highest level of detail, the category, in county budget
documents. (See Account).

LPSCC: Local Public Safety Coordinating Council. Counties are required by law to have this committee of agencies involved in
providing public safety or justice (courts) services. The designated LPSCC in Benton County is the Willamette Criminal Justice Council
(WCJC). (See WCJC)

Local Option Levy: The predecessor to serial levies created by the passage of ballot measure 50 in 1997. This form of levy is a
temporary property tax, above the district’s permanent tax rate, restricted to a maximum of 5 years for operations and up to 10 years for
capital improvements. It must be approved by voters and can be expressed as either a tax rate or fixed annual dollar amount.

         M
Mandate: Any responsibility, action, or procedure that is imposed by one sphere of government on another through constitutional,
legislative, administrative, executive, or judicial action, as a direct order or that is required as a condition for receiving financial or other
assistance.

Materials and Services:        A summary category showing all costs of expendable supplies, telephones, contracted services, etc.

Measure 5: A state wide property tax limitation measure approved in November 1990. It limits the combined tax rate of local
governments to no more than $10 per 1000 of real market value (RMV). The total tax rate for schools is limited to no more than $5 per
1000/RMV. Limits do no apply to tax levies to retire voter approved general obligation bonds.

Measure 47: A state wide property tax limitation measure approved by voters in November 1996. The measure was replaced by
Measure 50 six months later. (See Measure 50).

Measure 50: A state wide property tax limitation measure referred by the Oregon Legislature and approved by voters on May 20, 1997.
This measure was prompted by confusion over the meaning of language contained in Measure 47. It kept most of the tax reduction intent of


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Measure 47, but attempted to avoid legal challenges on the meaning of Measure 47. Measure 50 made significant changes to the application
of the property tax system that were beyond the original scope of measure 47. Measure 50 converted the Oregon property tax system from a
dollar based levy to a rate based levy system. It changed how properties are valued for property tax purposes (See Assessed Value), and
mandated other changes in the administration of the property tax system. (See also, Permanent Rate).

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Non-departmental: This area of the budget contains county contributions to a variety of agencies, associations, and other entities which
receive county funds, but who are, for a number of reasons, independent or semi-independent of the regular county organization, or not
identifiable with any regular county department. Also included in Non-departmental budgets are special revenue accounts (i.e., Trusts,
Historical Society), some construction accounts, and mandatory spending, such as the County School Fund.

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OAR:      Oregon Administrative Rules, rules of various state agencies, details of program operation, purpose or criteria.

Object:       See Account.

ORS:      Oregon Revised Statutes, the laws of the State of Oregon.

Oregon and California Land Grant (O & C Funds): Moneys paid to 18 Oregon Counties as a result of federal legislation following
the default on the Oregon and California Railroad land grant in the first part of the 20th century. Originally this source was supported by the
harvest of timber on certain lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon. Since the early 1990’s payments have been
divorced from harvest levels and based on a several formulas derived from averaging pre 1990 harvest income. Federal legislation passed in
2000 restricted the use of 15% of these funds to certain areas of expenditure. The same legislation set the total amount of funds that the
county will receive annually through 2006. Current legislation must be re-authorized or county income will be based on old law (actual
harvest income), which under current conditions would reduce Benton County annual income by several million dollars.

Operating Fund: A group of Funds that account for costs to deliver programs and services to county residents. The designation of this
fund type is a part of County Financial Policies. This is opposed to other fund classifications such as capital or debt.

Order:        A formal action of the Board of Commissioners that is a form of administrative directive. (See Resolution.)

Ordinance: Laws which are applicable inside the jurisdiction of the local government. Charter or home rule counties have much
broader authority to adopt ordinances than general law counties.

Other:     A summary category showing items such as inter fund transactions, debt service payments, or contingencies.

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Pass-through Funds: Revenue usually in the form of federal or state moneys which is awarded to a governmental unit for statutory or
administrative reasons. That unit of government then turns the money over to another organization for specific purposes. The usual form is
federal moneys awarded to states which is then channeled to specific programs within a state. The term may also be used to describe
intra-governmental revenues such as those for motor pool services. Benton County has a number of pass-through program dollars
particularly in the delivery of services to the developmentally disabled.

Performance Measure: A value which expresses how that function performed relative to some scale. Performance measures can show
efficiency, effectiveness, quantity or timeliness factors. Meaningful measures help an organization make decisions on resource allocation
and judge performance.

Permanent Rate: Ballot Measure 50, approved in 1997, converted the property tax system from a dollar levy to a rate based levy. The
state computed an individual permanent rate for every taxing district in the state based on a complex formula that considered taxable value
and current operating levy authorizations. The permanent rate can never be increased. Income from the rate is based on change in each
districts assessed value. The only way to increase property tax revenues for operation is for voters to approve a temporary increase. (See
local option levy). Benton County’s permanent rate is $2.2052 per $1000 of taxable value.

Personal Services:       A summary category showing all costs of wages and benefits paid to or on behalf of employees of the county.

Position Description Questionnaire (PDQ):          A form used to describe the duties of a position for the purpose of determining its
appropriate wage rate and classification.

Program: In budget use refers to a level of appropriation. State law allows the adoption of budgets by program. Programs are designated
by the Board of Commissioners and represent identifiable activities of government with similar functions. As an example, Courts, Juvenile,
and District Attorney, are all contained in the appropriation for the Justice Service Program. Program designations are contain in County
Financial Policies.

Proposed Budget: This is the budget submitted to the Budget Committee. Presentation of the proposed budget begins the formal phase
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Real Market Value: The real market value (RMV) of all property is determined annually by the county assessor. Since 1997 property
taxes are not based on this value, but rather on Assessed value. (See Assessed Value). However, real market value can be used if it is lower
than assessed value under certain market conditions. Real market value plays a role in determining whether total property taxes exceed the
operating tax rate limits of $10/1000 for local government, or $5/1000 for education. (See Measure 5).

Resolution:     A formal action expressing the opinion of the governing body and which can be legally significance. Budget Adoption, and
Transfers are examples of action which are approved by resolution. (See also Order)

Reserve Fund: A Fund established to accumulate resources for a specific purpose. It could be a major capital improvement in a future
year or a “rainy day” reserve to stabilize program support during economic downturns..

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Supplemental Budget: After a budget is adopted, a supplemental budget process can be used to increase or decrease appropriation
authority. All supplemental budgets must be approved by the Board of Commissioners at a regular public meeting. However, there are
different requirements for public notification depending on the source, purpose and total amount involved. Generally if the revenue source
is beginning balance or unrestricted the public must be notified by a legal advertisement. But if the source is dedicated to a specific use the
appropriation increase can be enacted at an announced meeting of the governing body without formal specific advertisement.

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Tax Rate: Expressed as dollars and cents per $1000 of assessed (taxable) value. A property with an assessed value of $100,000 would
pay $100 dollars per year in taxes for every $1.00 of tax rate. Any tax levy submitted by a government to the Assessor as a dollar figure
(common for general obligation debt levies) is converted to a tax rate for extension on to the tax roll.

Trial Balance: An internal phase in the county’s budget development process where departments submit requested budgets to the
Budget Officer to review for conformance with preparation instructions. The purpose of the process to identify how department requests
compare with pre-established budget targets of the Budget Committee. The Budget Officer reports findings and recommendations to the
Budget Committee. Budget Committee instructions become the basis for the proposed budget that will be formally reviewed by the Budget
Committee.

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Unappropriated Fund Balance: Any Fund may contain an account for unappropriated funds. Resources given this designation cannot
be spent for any reason in the fiscal period in which it is so designated. The purpose of this account is to reserve money for use in a future
fiscal year, or to provide working capital to meet future operating expenses. The account may be used in the case of extreme natural disaster
as outlined in Oregon Local Budget Law by action of the Governing Body.

Unfunded Mandate: Any responsibility, action or procedure that is imposed by one sphere of government on another through
constitutional, legislative, administrative, executive, or judicial action which is not accompanied by financial aid or inadequate financial
aid.. Examples of unfounded mandates are changes in the hours law enforcement officers can be on duty which may require additional
staff; judicial mandates to provide certain correctional facilities by a certain date which can impact capital improvements funds; the
Americans with Disabilities Act which may require expenditures for facilities alterations.

Unrestricted Funds and Taxes (CURF): A group of revenue sources that are not restricted and therefore can be used for any legal
purpose of government. This discretionary revenue is a key tool in the budget allocation process in setting service levels and priorities.
(Same as General Revenues or County Unrestricted Funds).

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Vendor:       A provider of goods or services to the county.

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WCJC: Willamette Criminal Justice Council. A voluntary body representing public safety agencies in Benton County which works to
coordinate law enforcement systems and services. It is also designated the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) for purposes
of meeting planning and recommendations processes set in state law.

Work Plan:       A listing of the planned activities for a certain period of time.




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