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					                    CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD
                    COMMITTEE AGENDA


                    FINANCE COMMITTEE
                    Brookens Administrative Center, Lyle Shields Meeting Room
                    (formerly Meeting Room I)
                    1776 E. Washington, Urbana
                    Thursday, April 6, 52006 - 7:00 p.m.

CHAIR:              Brendan McGinty

MEMBERS:            Avery, Bensyl, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, O'Connor, Tapley, Wysocki

       ITEM                                                                               PAGE NO.

I.     CALL T O ORDER

11.    ROLLCALL

111.   APPROVAL OF AGENDA/ADDENDUM

IV.    APPROVAL OF' MINUTES - February 9,2006 and March 9,2006

V.     PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

VI.    OUTSIDE AUDITOR PROGRESS REPORT ON 2005 AUDIT

VII.   BUDGET AMENDMENTS/TRANSFERS
       a. Budget Amendment #06-00043
          Fund/Dept: 679-179 Children's Advocacy Center - Children's Advocacy Center
          Increased Appropriations: $4,020
          Increased Revenue: $4,020
          The Children's Advocacy Center was awarded an Equipment Grant from the
          National Children's Alliance. The proceeds of the grant were used to purchase
          a laptop computer, related software, and an LCD projector.

       b. Budget Amendment #06-000l4
          Fund/Dept: 09 1-047 Animal Control - Animal Control
          Increased Appropriations: $13,250
          Increased Revenue: $0
          Underestimated cost of gas service when developing budget for 2005/2006.

       c. Budget Amendment #06-00045
          Fund/Dept: 628-022 Election Assistance/Accessibility - County Clerk
          Increased Appropriations: $ 2 19
          Increased Revenue: $0
          T o cover expenses in the Regular Full-time Employees line item.
Finance Committee Agenda
Thursday, April 6, 2006
Page 2

        d. Budpet Amendment #06-00046
           Fund/Dept: 080-075 General Corporate - General County
           Increased Appropriations: $500,000
           Increased Revenue: $0
           T o appropriate funds to cover the fiscal year 2006 operational deficit for the
           Champaign County Nursing Home.

        e. Budget Transfer #06-00004
           Fund/Dept: 08 1-430 Nursing Home - Nursing Service
           Total Amount of Transfer: $200,000
           T o cover estimated contract nursing through May 3 1, 2006.

VIII. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
      a. General Corporate Fund FYeoo6 Revenue/Expenditure Projection Report
         (To be distributed)
      b. General Corporate Fund Budget Change Report (To be dzstributed)

IX.     TREASURER
        a. Monthly Report (To be distributed)

X.      AUDITOR
        a. Purchase Not Following Purchasing Policy ( f i rInformation Only-
           To be distributed)
        b. Monthly Report

XI.     CHAIR'S REPORT

XII.    OTHER BUSINESS

XIII. DESIGNATION OF ITEMS T O BE PLACED ON COUNTY BOARD
      CONSENT AGENDA

XIV. ADJOURNMENT




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                                     CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD
                                    COMMITTEE MINUTES

FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES
Thursday, February 9,2006
Meeting Rm. 1, Brookens Administrative Center
1776 E. Washington St., Urbana



lWImU3ERS PRESENT:               Avery, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, McGinty, O'Connor, Tapley, Wysocki

MEMBERS ABSENT:                  Bensyl

OTHERS PRESENT:                  Deb Busey (County Administrator), Andrew Buffenbarger (Nursing Home
                                 Administrator), Debbie Chow (Insurance Specialist), Michael Frerichs
                                 (Auditor), Roger Holland (Court Administrator), Susan McGrath (Office of the
                                 State's Attorney), Julia Rietz (State's Attorney), Dan Walsh (Sheriff), Dan
                                 Welch (Treasurer), Karen Foster, Kalah McGraw, Marsha Morris

CALL TO ORDER

        Chair McGinty called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

ROLL CALL

      The Recording Secretary called the roll. Avery, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, McGinty, O'Connor, Tapley, and
Wysocki were present at the time of the roll call. The Chair declared a quorum and proceeded with the meeting.

APPROVAL OF AGENDAIADDENDUM

        MOTION by Betz to approve the agenda and two addenda; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

       MOTION by Wysocki to approve the Finance Committee regular session minutes of January 12,2006;
seconded by Betz. Motion carried.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

        There were three people for public participation.

         Karen Foster, Director of the Nursing Home Child Care Center, spoke regarding the positive aspects of
the Child Day Care Center, including interaction between children at the Center and the Nursing Home
residents. Foster said the Center is at a crossroads because the finances, which have never met the budget needs,
are pulling towards the decision to close the Center. She wanted to know why the budget concerns were not
discussed last year or last fall when she was discussing budget needs and the crisis she was having enrolling pre-
school children in the Center. She has discussed the possibility of closing the Center with the Nursing Home
Administrator in the past. Foster stated she was not made aware of the Child Care Center's huge deficit until
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, February 9,2006
Page 2

January 2006. She said the discussion was disruptive to her staff and the families they serve. Foster wants to
move into the new Nursing Home facility, hire new staff, and enroll more children.

        Marsha Morris spoke regarding the Nursing Home Child Care Center. Morris stated her granddaughter
was at the Center for two years and she thinks it is very important to the community. She spoke about the
positive effects she felt the Center had made on her granddaughter.

        Kalah McGraw submitted a public participation slip during the discussion after the presentation
regarding Nursing Home Child Day Care Center.

       MOTION by Tapley to suspend the rules to allow McGraw the opportunity to speak; seconded by
Doenitz. Motion carried. McGinty suspended the rules.

         McGraw, the Nursing Home Volunteer Coordinator, spoke about the benefits she has seen in the
interaction between Nursing Home residents and children. She encouraged the committee to explore ways to
keep the Child Day Care Center open.

BUDGET AMENDMENTSITRANSFERS
Budget Amendment #06-00022

       MOTION by Betz to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00022
from County Highway - Highway; seconded by Tapley. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00023

       MOTION by Betz to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00023
from General Corporate - Emergency Management Agency; seconded by Tapley. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00024

      MOTION by Wysocki to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00024
from Mental Health - Mental Health Board; seconded by Tapley. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00025

       MOTION by Wysocki to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00025
from Property Tax Interest Fee Fund - County Treasurer; seconded by Tapley. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00026

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00026
from General Corporate - General County; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00028

       MOTION by Betz to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00028
from General Corporate - Circuit Court and General Corporate - Jury Commission; seconded by Wysocki.
Motion carried.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, February 9, 2006
Page 3

Budget Amendment #06-00027

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00027
from General Corporate - Public Defender; seconded by Doenitz.

        Tapley asked about the breakdown of furnishings versus non-furnishings. Busey pointed out where the
information was listed in the budget amendment. Gross ask why no fringe benefits costs were included. Busey
explained the fringe benefits funds are separate from the General Corporate Fund and there is typically so much
movement in the fknd during a year that it is unnecessary to include this cost in the budget amendment.

        Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00029

       MOTION by Doenitz to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00029
from Sheriff Livescan Equipment Grant - Correctional Center; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

ADDENDUM
Budget Amendment #06-0003 1

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-0003 1
from Self-Funded Insurance - PropertytLiability Insurance; seconded by Doenitz.

         Wysocki asked how the tandem truck was totaled. Chow explained the truck was traveling down Route
 150 towards St. Joseph when the driver heard a pop in the rear of the truck at the Glover Overpass. The rear of
the truck and back tires went off the road and the truck flipped. The driver only received a small cut, which was
very lucky.

        Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00032

       MOTION by Gross to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00032
from Capital Equipment Replacement Fund - Supervisor of Assessments; seconded by Wysocki.

         Tapley asked if the computer was expensive due to special graphics requirements. Busey said this
computer will be at the counter in the Supervisor of Assessments' Office because maps will have to be displayed
to the public via technology instead of paper maps. The computer also requires two monitors.

        Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00033

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00033
from Geographic Information System Fund - County Board; seconded by Wysocki.

       Wysocki asked if this technology provided a connecting GIs link between the Supervisor of
Assessments and the County Clerk. Busey answered that this funding will give both offices access to the GIs
System because each office has different mapping needs and issues.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, February 9,2006
Page 4

        Motion carried.

RECORDER
Job Content Evaluation Committee - Recommendation for Reclassif cation of Chief Deputy Recorder

        MOTION by Tapley to approve the re-classification of the Chief Deputy Recorder to Grade Range H
effective on March 1,2006; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried with one no vote from Avery.

NURSING HOME
Recommendation for Classification of New Positions at Champaign County Nursing Home

        MOTION by Tapley to approve the creation and classification of the following positions for the
Champaign County Nursing Home: Unit Manager - Exempt - Grade Range J-Salary set at 10% above Shift
Supervisor Rate; Shift Supervisor - Exempt - Grade Range H-Salary set at 10% above 20 year RN Rate;
Restorative Care Coordinator - Exempt - Grade Range I; Medicare RAI Specialist - Non-Exemptmon-
Bargaining - Grade Range F; and Certified Nurse Assistant Team Leader - Non-ExemptIBargaining - Grade
Range E - (subject to negotiation with AFSCME). Motion seconded by Wysocki.

         Tapley asked for more information on this matter. Busey explained this motion is approving the new
classifications,job descriptions, and job titles which were forwarded from the Justice & Social Services
Committee. Wysocki asked if the reclassification of the positions was discussed with the union. Buffenbarger
stated most of the positions are not within the bargaining unit. Only one position, the CNA Team Leader, is
within the bargaining unit. Buffenbarger has requested the union review the position. Wysocki asked if the
union was generally aware of the changes to the organizational structure. Buffenbarger said the reclassification
will not change reporting lines because the reclassification is formalizing a system that has been in place for a
long time. Buffenbarger said he has not discussed it with AFSCME because it will not result in any substantial
changes for the union.

        Motion carried.

        Betz requested to discuss the Sheriffs item from Addendum I1 before the remaining items because it
looked non-controversial. The committee concurred. Tapley asked if the remaining items from the Nursing
Home could be moved to the end of the agenda because they can be dealt with expediently and the Nursing
Home Child Care Center discussion could take some time. The committee concurred.

Nursing Home Staffing Recommendation

        MOTION by Tapley to approve the following changes to the Nursing Home Staffing Budget, effective
March 1, 2006: elimination of 3 FTE Nursing Services Supervisor positions, elimination of 1 Care Plan
Coordinator positions, elimination of 1 FTE Assistant Care Plan Coordinator position, elimination of 15 FTE
Certified Nurse Assistant positions, addition of 4 FTE Unit Manager positions, addition of 4 FTE Shift
Supervisor positions, addition of 1 FTE Restorative Care Coordinator position, addition of 1 FTE Medicare RAI
Specialist position, and addition of 15 FTE Certified Nurse Assistant Team Leader positions. It is further
recommended that the salary structure for the following Nursing Home positions shall be an exception to the
Champaign County Nursing Home Personnel Policy and shall be designated as: Shift Supervisor - 10% above
the 20 year RN rate, Unit Manager - 10% above the Shift Supervisor rate, and Assistant Director of Nursing -
10% above the Unit Manager rate. Motion seconded by Wysocki.

        Tapley stated he did not wish to micromanage, but he was somewhat nervous about approving increases
to payroll when the Nursing Home has a deficit. He asked how the increased costs will be offset. Buffenbarger
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Thursday, February 9, 2006
Page 5

promised to provide monthly updates to the Finance Committee on the Nursing Home's financial situation,
including updates on the success of the new positions.

        Motion carried.

Presentation Regarding Child Day Care

        Buffenbarger provided a quick historical recap of the Nursing Home Child Day Care Center, including
census, revenue, and expenditure data, as well as an alternative use evaluation. The Child Day Care Center is
currently caring for thirteen children, two of whom are recent additions.

       Gross asked if any children at the Center had parents who are not employed by the County.
Buffenbarger stated there are two such children. Gross asked if any of the children were subsidized by IDPH.
Buffenbarger said yes.

          Buffenbarger showed the financial losses of the Child Day Care Center since 1992. The two ways to
account for the financial performance of the Center are the cash position and the cost report position. The total
contribution to the Center from the Nursing Home since 2001 is $233,814.48. The total contribution to the
Center from Champaign County since 2001 is $178,760.71. In FY2005, the Center's direct costs (wages, fringe
benefits, and supplies) were $149,185.39 and the indirect costs (food, supplies, maintenance, depreciation,
utilities, accounting, etc.) were $32,655.02. The total operational cost for the Center in FY2005 was
$18 1,840.4 1. The total net revenue in FY2005 was $64,831-69. The total net loss in FY2005 was $1 17,008.72.
The expenses averaged 233% of revenue in FY2005. Using this figure as a guide, Buffenbarger projected the
budget impact through FY2010 for the Center. The projections show a net deficit of $488,539.84 for the next
five years for the Center. Buffenbarger provided data on the expense per child per day, the number of days the
Center is open and the average age of County and Nursing Home employees. The committee had requested a
break-even scenario and Buffenbarger provided a best-case scenario, because a break-even scenario is not
possible. The best-case scenario is if all of the children are private pay and full-time then the Center could care
for twenty children and would have a deficit of $87,659.40. If there are more or less than twenty children or if
any are state-subsidized, then the deficit would be greater. Buffenbarger offered alternate uses for the space in
the new Nursing Home facility that was reserved for the Child Day Care Center. Options for space included
outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy offered to the entire community and a wellness center for
County employees. Neither of these options have any recognizable continuing expense. No additional staff is
required, only some capital expenditure at the beginning to provide equipment.

        Gross asked questions about the specifics of the Center's hours. Foster explained the Center operates
from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with no overnight or weekend care. The cost to a County employee is no different
than the cost to a member of the general public.

        Avery thanked Buffenbarger for preparing the report. She asked, in regard to the best-case scenario,
about private pay versus non-private pay. Buffenbarger said the Child Day Care Center receives two types of
revenue: private pay or state-subsidized. The best-case scenario is only private pay because the income is the
highest from private pay. Avery asked if there were two different fee scales. Buffenbarger said the Center
charges the same for all children, but they receive a lower rate from the state. Avery asked if it was true that the
state-subsidized parents pay the difference not covered by the state. Buffenbarger explained the state-subsidized
parents only pay a co-pay; they do not pay the remaining portion of the fee. The Center does not receive as
much money for state-subsidized children as it does for private pay children. Avery said she appreciated Foster
advocating for her program. She wished there was a way to make the Center cost effective, the County Board
must run a business responsibly with the taxpayers' dollars and the Center's losses are mind-boggling. Avery
said there would be benefits to having a wellness center by encouraging a healthier County workforce. She
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Thursday, February 9, 2006
Page 6

asked if there were other options for the space. Buffenbarger said the location has few limitations. These two
suggestions fit well within the Nursing Home's goals. The outpatient therapy offers a continuity of service and
is a tremendous market.

        Betz stated he felt torn on the issue because he would like to see the Center continue. The largest
expense is employee expense because the Center's employees are paid more than standard childcare workers.
Betz thinks it is good to pay properly trained childcare workers a living wage and he has heard positive things
about the Center. The deficits are simply too high. The committee continued to discuss options regarding the
Child Day Care Center.

        Wysocki agreed with the emotional tugs on this issue. She stated the County has been trying to attract
CUPHD as an occupant in a section of the old Nursing Home facility. Wysocki suggested researching the
possibility of leaving the Child Day Care Center in its current location in the old Nursing Home and making it
available to the employees of CUPHD.

         Tapley agreed with others about the Center's benefits to Nursing Home residents and voiced his respect
for Foster. He pointed out that even the best-case scenario has a deficit of over $87,000 per year. Such a deficit
might be acceptable if conditions were different. The Nursing Home used to have a fund balance of several
million dollars that is gone and now it is borrowing money from the General Corporate Fund for working
capital.

         OYConnor   asked why the Center is losing money and private businesses do not. Buffenbarger said the
Center is held to the same regulatory standards as a private child care center, the difference for the County is the
cost of wages. The higher wages and impressive fringe benefits packet makes the County about the best
employer in town for child care workers, financially speaking. The Center currently has three employees and a
director. The committee continued to discuss the costs of the Center. Tapley said it was fair to look at the
Center as an investment, but money is necessary for an investment and the Nursing Home has spent all its
money and will likely continue to run a deficit next year. The Nursing Home has no excess funds to use towards
the Child Day Care Center. Tapley reminded the Finance Committee that over $1 million in program change
requests from other departments were turned down during the budget hearings because of the limited funding
available. Tapley was concerned because paying the Child Day Care Center's deficit would mean making cuts
to other departments and their employees. Avery requested information on how other day care centers manage
to be profitable. Buffenbarger said he would try to get this information &om private centers.

        MOTION by Avery to defer making a decision on the Child Day Care Center until more information
can be gathered. Avery withdrew her motion because there was no required action on the agenda.

         The committee discussed continuing to look at options regarding the Center. The committee asked
Wysocki to speak with CUPHD about possibilities. They would also like to see comparable data on day care
facilities in other nursing homes. The committee also agreed to look at alternate uses for the space in more
detail. McGinty requested an item about the Child Day Care Center be included on next month's agenda and
thanked everyone for their input.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
General Corporate Fund FY2006 RevenueIExpenditure Final Report

         Busey stated the report represents the revenue and expenditure through January 3 1'. Busey reported
revenue is tracking well, Recording Fees look strong. She expects a drop in Recording Fees soon. Sales Tax
and Income Tax revenue are stable. It remains too early to get a clear picture of expenditures. The utilities
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Thursday, February 9, 2006
Page 7

costs are substantially above where they were a year ago. Busey anticipates additional funding will be necessary
for this budget line.

General Corporate Fund Budget Change Report

       Busey reported about 6% in expenditures and 0.02% in revenue has been added since the budget was
adopted. A lot of this is carryover of one-time expenditures, which were appropriated in 2005 and not
completed until 2006. Tapley asked if the hot water in Brookens was fixed. Busey said it is being worked on
and was discussed at the County Facilities Committee meeting on the Tuesday.

TREASURER
Monthly Report

        Welch distributed his report to the committee and announced the pension bond sale proceeds were
received today. All the loans from the General Corporate Fund ($1,000,000), Public Safety Sales Tax Fund
($750,000), and the County Highway Fund ($480,000) were repaid.

       MOTION by Betz to receive and place on file the Treasurer's monthly report; seconded by Tapley.
Motion carried.

AUDITOR
Purchases Not Followinp; Purchasing Policy

       Frerichs distributed the list of purchases not following the purchasing policy for information only. All
purchases were from 2005 and were paid in 2006. Frerichs explained this is quite natural at this point in the
year.

Monthly Report

       MOTION by Betz to receive and place on file the Auditor's monthly report; seconded by Gross.
Motion carried.

ADDENDUM I1
SHERIFF
Request Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Champaign and the City of Urbana for the
JAG Program

        MOTION by Betz to approve the Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Champaign and the
City of Urbana for the JAG Program; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

CHAIR'S REPORT

        There was no Chair's Report.

OTHER BUSINESS
Semi-Annual Review of Closed Session Minutes

       McGrath stated she has reviewed the closed session minutes and recommended all closed session
minutes remain closed.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, February 9,2006
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         MOTION by Tapley that all closed minutes remain closed; seconded by Doenitz. Motion carried.

         Avery stated she would like to ask those Performance Appraisal Subcommittee members who were
present about what happened the other day that became local news concerning the Supervisor of Assessments'
Office. Avery said it was shocking for her to return home on Sunday and read in an ernail that the Supervisor of
Assessments was being placed on paid administrative leave. Avery felt this was beyond the extent of the
Performance Appraisal Subcommittee's duties. Avery asked how this happened. McGinty asked McGrath what
would be appropriate to discuss during an open session. McGrath stated because this item was not on the
agenda, pursuant to the Open Meetings Act, the matter cannot be discussed. Tapley asked if the committee
could discuss the matter as long as no action was taken. McGrath explained the purpose of the Open Meetings
Act is for a meeting to have a publicized agenda so the public will be aware of the items the committee will
discuss or take action on. The Open Meetings Act does not distinguish between action or discussion items on an
agenda. Since the item is not on the agenda, it is not appropriate to either discuss or act upon the matter.
McGinty asked if it would be appropriate for a member of the Performance Appraisal Subcommittee to speak
directly with Avery outside of the meeting to address her questions. McGrath said a private conversation
outside the meeting would be fine. Avery said she would set aside some time to talk about this matter because
she was disturbed. McGinty said any individual member of the Performance Appraisal Subcommittee could
speak with Avery and he assumed the matter will be discussed in closed session at a meeting after the
investigation is complete. Gross requested this matter be placed on the next County Board agenda.

        Betz recommended County Board members read the Adarns County decision on the Opens Meeting Act
as a courtesy to the committee. The opinion provides a lot of answers to the issue of closed sessions versus open
sessions and would help Board members understand McGrath's opinion.

DESIGNATION OF ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON COUNTY BOARD CONSENT AGENDA

        The Chair designated agenda items VI A thru K, VIII A & B, and XI1 A from the addendum for the
consent agenda.

ADJOURNMENT

         The Chair adjourned the meeting at 8:48 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Kat Bork
Administrative Secretary


   Secy 's note: The minutes reflect the order of the agenda and may not necessarily reflect the order of business conducted at the
                                                               meeting.
                                      CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD
                                     COMMITTEE MINUTES

FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES
Thursday, March 9,2006
Meeting Rm. 1, Brookens Administrative Center
1776 E. Washington St., Urbana



MEMBERS PRESENT:                  Bensyl, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, McGinty, O'Connor, Tapley, Wysocki

MEMBERS ABSENT:                   Avery

OTHERS PRESENT:                   Deb Busey (County Administrator), Denny Inman (County Administrator),
                                  Andrew Buffenbarger (Nursing Home Administrator), Michael Frerichs
                                  (Auditor), Roger Holland (Court Administrator), Bill Keller (EMA Director),
                                  Kathleen Liffick (Head Start Director), Randall Rosenbaum (Public Defender),
                                  Dan Welch (Treasurer), Karen Foster

CALL TO ORDER

        Chair McGinty called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL

        The Recording Secretary called the roll. Bensyl, Betz, Doenitz, McGinty, O'Connor, Wysocki were
present at the time of the roll call. The Chair declared a quorum and proceeded with the meeting.

APPROVAL OF AGENDAIADDENDUM

        MOTION by O'Connor to approve the agenda and addendum; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

        There was one person for public participation.

        Karen Foster, Director of the Nursing Home Child Day Care Center, thanked the committee for their
kind words regarding the Child Day Care Center at the February meeting. She presented her plan to improve
revenue at the Child Day Care Center with an eighteen-month commitment from the County Board to keep the
Center open. Her suggestions to improve revenue were to move the Center into the new Nursing Home facility
and hire additional staff.

        Gross enter the meeting at 7:04 p.m.

         Foster gave a best-case scenario of how many new children could possibly be added if more staff is
hired. Her possible revenue figures are for full-time, private pay clients, the figures do not include predications
if any of the new children are state-subsidized. She stated the Nursing Home employees only need part-time
child care.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 2

        Tapley entered the meeting at 7:05 p.m.

         Foster provided details on the revenue the Center receives and the losses incurred per state-subsidized
child. Foster stated the Center could ask the subsidized parents to pay the difference in between the state
subsidy and the fee paid by private pay parents. Foster said the Center could have a possible balance in FY2007
if one looks at the cash report only and not the cost report provided by Buffenbarger at the February committee
meeting. The cash report only includes the cost of wages, fringes, and supplies. Foster's other suggested
options included guaranteeing spaces in the Center for companies such as Solo Cup and to participate in the
Child and Adult Care Food Program, a federal program. Foster stated the Center may need to stay open until
5:30 p.m. to accommodate more parents. She requested an eighteen-month commitment from the County Board
to keep the Center open and allow her six to eight weeks for hiring additional staff. Foster thanked the
committee and asked a decision be made to either fund or close the Center so the employees and parents can
move on.

         McGinty asked if anyone had questions for Foster. Gross asked if the Child and Adult Care Food
Program would cover the food costs. Foster did not know the answer because she did not know what the current
food costs were. Wysocki asked why the Center has not been participating in the Child and Adult Care Food
Program. Foster said the Center has not participated because it was felt amount of money they could receive
was minimum compared to the amount of paperwork to enroll in the program. Foster estimated the Center
would receive $6,727 per year from the Child and Adult Care Food Program, based on current census. Tapley
asked how many of the current children in the Center are 40 hours a week, since Foster's best-case scenario
figures is based upon all new children being 40 hours a week. Foster reported for the full-time children there is
one infant at 40 hours a week (private pay), two two-year-olds at 40 hours a week (one is private pay and the
other is state-subsidized), and two preschoolers at 40 hours a week. The current census is thirteen children.
Five out of the thirteen children are at 40 hours a week. Eight out of the thirteen children are state-subsidized.
Tapley asked for Foster's best guess of what could be realized with the additional staff Foster requested. Foster
said a more realistic figure would be that half of the new children could be at 40 hours a week. She could not
predict, as most of the parents who are calling her now are asking about full-time child care, but Nursing Home
employees are not asking for full-time care. It would depend on who would call and ask for child care. Bensyl
asked for the current capacity at the current staff level. Foster said the Center can care for 20 children at the
current staff level. Foster stated she would need new staff to add any children above the current census because
the children who would possibly come might need to stay later in the afternoon. After 4:00 p.m. or 4:15 p.m.,
Foster is the only staff person at the Center. Another staff member would be needed to stay with her to add
children. Bensyl stated he had trouble agreeing to add staff to a program that has been running a deficit for
fourteen years. Gross asked if Foster had any ideas where she would get the additional clients. Foster stated she
has a waiting list of 15 infants and 9 preschoolers. Wysocki asked about Foster's suggestion to reserve space for
children of other companies' employees. Wysocki asked if the company would pay for the reserved space
whether it is used or not. Foster said no one pays to reserve a space. Foster stated The Caring Place and Carle
Hospital Day Care Center operate by reserving spaces for employees and the rest are for the community at large.
The County could propose this to companies, but there are no guarantees. Betz asked if Foster has sent feelers
out to companies about this possibility. Foster said no, Solo Cup was in the process of downsizing.

BUDGET AMENDMENTSITRANSFERS
Budget Amendment #06-00034

        MOTION by O'Connor to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-
00034 from Regional Planning Commission - Federal Emergency Management - Even Year; seconded by
Wysocki. Motion carried.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 3

Budget Amendment #06-00035

      MOTION by Wysocki to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00035
from Mental Health - Mental Health Board; seconded by Betz. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00036

        MOTION by O'Connor to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-
00036 from General Corporate - Circuit Court; seconded by Tapley.

         Betz asked for an explanation of this budget amendment. Busey said a long-term employee retired and
substantial benefits were paid out when she retired. A termination was reversed as a result of arbitration and
back pay was awarded. Betz asked how much of the $21,941 was for the retirement and how much was because
of the arbitration. Holland said he believed the arbitration settlement was $17,000 and the remainder is the
retirement and resignation benefits. The amount involved three different people: one who resigned, one who
retired, and one arbitration settlement. Betz asked if the amendment included the costs of the arbitrator and the
process, or will the County get another bill. Holland said he did not believe the County would get another bill
for the arbitration. This budget amendment did not include the cost of arbitration.

        Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00037

         McGinty offered Rosenbaum the opportunity to speak about this issue. Rosenbaum explained that
about three and a half years ago, his office was awarded a grant position. His office added an attorney position
when it received this grant. The grant is about to run out. The final federal funds will come in at the end of
May. Beginning June 1,2006, the Public Defender will no longer have the funding for the attorney position.
Rosenbaum asked the committee and the County Board to absorb the cost of that attorney position from June 1
onward. Rosenbaum understood that Board's position has long been for department heads who receive grant
funding to operate under the assumption that they might very well lose the grant funding. He was aware of this
when the grant began and has worked desperately over the last year to try and find additional funding; there is
simply no additional funding out there. Rosenbaum is asking the Board fund this position because it is essential
and vital. He thinks these are exceptional circumstances because last month the Board approved funding for an
additional attorney position in his office due to the implementation of the year-round jury schedule. If the Board
does not k n d the position he is presenting tonight, Rosenbaum will essentially be losing an attorney position in
June. Changing the jury system was acknowledged by other department heads, such as the State's Attorney and
the Sheriff, as a good thing and would have an enormous impact on the Public Defender's staff. The main
reason Rosenbaum felt the position should be funded is because of the enormous amount of work his office must
manage. Many years ago, the American Bar Association came up with standards of how many felony cases an
attorney should handle in a year. The ABA set 150 cases as the standard goal. Rosenbaum reported that last
year his staff averaged over 470 felony cases per attorney. The number of cases increases every year. His
staffs caseloads are already astronomical and the continuousjury system will require more work, so the
attorney position is absolutely necessary for the functioning of his office and the entire criminal justice system.

        Tapley asked how many attorneys are currently on Rosenbaum7sstaff. Rosen said he has thirteen
attorneys at the moment, sixteen of whom handle felonies. His office also handles misdemeanors, traffic,
abuselneglect, delinquency, sexually dangerous persons, and civil commitments for mental health. The attorney
position being discussed does felony work.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 4

        Gross asked why there has been such a dramatic increase in the number of felonies. Rosenbaum said it
was the nature of the beast. He monitors legislation and has noticed in every term of the General Assembly
there are probably two to three dozen enhancements to felonies. The enhancements include making one class of
felonies into a different class or increasing a statutory minimum. It used to take a third or fourth DUI to make it
a felony, now the first DUI can be a felony if it is committed by someone without a driver's license or insurance.
Rosenbaum also stated that he has a lot of return customers.

        Betz asked some of his office's overwork was due to the overcharging of felonies when a misdemeanor
could be charged, compared to other counties. Rosenbaum said that might have historically been a part of the
issue. He has spoken recently to the State's Attorney, who is making a concerned effort to review the policy to
try and get Champaign County more in line with other counties. Betz asked if Champaign County statistics
went down would his office need fewer attorneys. Rosenbaum said he does not foresee a reduction in the
caseloads. If the State's Attorney charges fewer felonies that would simply mean more misdemeanor work.

        Wysocki asked if Rosenbaum would be asking for continued funding of this position during the next
budget process. Rosenbaum said yes, he would ask that this would become a permanently funded position by
the County. The budget amendment just covers salary. He was told the fringes came from another fund. The
attorney already has the necessary equipment.

        Bensyl exited the meeting at 7:37 p.m.

         Betz stated in some counties the Public Defender's Office is out of the picture because the State's
Attorney Office waves jail. Betz asked if this had ever been considered in Champaign County because he feels
there are a lot of cases where jail is not involved but a Public Defender is involved. Rosenbaum stated that has
not been discussed, but in his experience misdemeanors are not the cause of the caseload problem. His office is
close to reducing the attorneys who handle misdemeanors down to one because misdemeanors are being
resolved quickly and efficiently. Waiving jail on misdemeanors will not free up much attorney time.

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00037
from General Corporate - Public Defender; seconded by Betz. Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00038

        MOTION by 07Connorto recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-
00033 from General Corporate - Emergency Management Agency; seconded by Tapley.

         Wysocki asked specifically what Homeland Security equipment this would purchase. Keller stated the
budget amendment is for equipment that was ordered in FY2005 and has not been received or paid for yet. It is
a hazardous materials trailer for the Champaign Fire Department. Keller has not been told when the trailer
would be delivered because there is a problem with the lack of trucks available to transport and deliver the
trailer.

        Motion carried.

        Bensyl re-entered the meeting at 7:40 p.m.

Budget Transfer #06-00002

       MOTION by O'Connor to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Transfer #06-00002
from Developmental Disability Fund - Developmental Disability Board; seconded by Wysocki.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Pa~e 5

          Tapley asked the reason for the transfer. Busey said this was an error in the budget process because this
is the first time the Developmental Disabilities Board has done this and it will likely never happen again. The
transfer needs to occur to get the administrative costs for the Developmental Disabilities Board appropriately
budgeted. Betz asked for the difference between Budget Transfer #06-00002 and Budget Amendment #06-
00035. Busey explained they work in conjunction.

        Motion carried.

ADDENDUM
Budget Amendment #06-00039, Budget Amendment #06-00040, and Budget Amendment #06-00041

        MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00039
from General Corporate - Emergency Management Agency, Budget Amendment #06-00040 from Self-Funded
Insurance - PropertyILiability Insurance, and Budget Amendment #06-00041 from Illinois Municipal
Retirement - Illinois Municipal Retirement; seconded by Doenitz.

       Wysocki asked for an explanation of inter-operable equipment. Keller said it is twenty-eight 800
megahertz quality radios that will be supplied to nineteen villages throughout the County. Nine radios will
remain with EMA. Without the grant, Keller had no idea how to buy the radios. The money must be spent by
March 3 I", so it is a timing issue.

        Motion carried.

Budget Amendment #06-00042

       MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of Budget Amendment #06-00042
from General Corporate - General County; seconded by Doenitz.

         Tapley asked if the budget amendment was to make up for a negative balance or to replenish the fund.
Busey said this money will enable the fiind to end the year with a fund balance of zero. Tapley voiced concern
about the actuarial and how it affects the General Corporate Fund balance. The County has a $2 million liability
that should be subtracted from any supposed fund balance figure in order to list the actual fund balance figure.
Tapley is a proponent of making a transfer from the General Corporate Fund to the Tort Immunity Fund. Busey
said this amendment is basically a transfer to those funds, but it does not work down the actuarial imbalance.
The FY2005 one-time revenues in excess of expenditures in the General Corporate Fund amounted to $935,000.
Of that amount, $758,957 is being spent with this amendment. Busey stated we are on the last year of our
actuarial report and we have to obtain a new actuarial analysis later this year. Busey said there is about
$150,000 left that the committee could put into Self-Funded so it has some fund balance at the end of the year or
wait for the next actuarial report and make an assessment then. Tapley recommended moving the $1 50,000 now
because it is needed.

        Tapley requested a friendly amendment to the previous motion to change the increased appropriation
amount to $935,000 in the budget amendment. Doenitz agreed. The committee discussed the actuarial report.
Betz said he would be more comfortable about voting once he sees the report. Tapley and Doenitz withdrew the
friendly amendment in order to revert back to the original motion. Tapley requested a budget amendment to
move the rest of the money be placed on next month's agenda. Gross asked about the accrual of expenses and if
this was a budget adjustment. Tapley explained the actuaries have given an expected liability figure. The
County has not put money aside for this expense. Gross asked where Busey got the precise figures for the
budget amendment ifthe actuaries estimate a figure. Busey stated the budget amendment is the amount of
money the County was short between the revenue fiom the property tax and the actual expense from last year
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 6

for Self-Funded for the payment of the premium and the County's workers' compensation, liability, and
unemployment expenses for the General Corporate Fund. It is also the anticipated shortfall from this year.
Tapley stated the actuarial report states the County needs to have $2 million in the fund and the current fund
balance is at zero.

        Motion carried.

STATEWS   ATTORNEY
Request Approval Application for and, if Awarded, Renewal of Violent Crime Victims Assistance Grant

        MOTION by Betz to approve the application for and, if awarded, renewal of Violent Crime Victims
Assistance Grant; seconded by Tapley.

         Gross asked what will happen when the grant runs out. Busey stated this grant has been around for
close to two decades and it has been renewed every year.

        Motion carried.

HEAD START
Continuation Grant Reduction

         Betz asked for an explanation of the item. Liffick stated the Head Start Grant is submitted annually to
the County Board through the committee process, usually in August in the total budget for the Regional
Planning Commission. With the recent announcement of the federal government's 1% reduction to all Head
Start programming, the process changed. There is a requirement for a separate letter of approval or minutes
showing approval of the grant by the governing body. Betz asked about the 1% reduction. Liffick explained
last year's budget, that went from March 1,2005 to February 28,2006, had to incorporate a $200,000 reduction
to costs. The $200,000 was not due to a reduce in funding, but was because of the increase to the health
insurance premium, the increase to the IMRF rate, and the cost of two bargaining unit steps that had been built
into the second year of the contract. This year Head Start funding has been cut by 1% and Liffick has to
accommodate that cut in the budget. Contract negotiations are just starting this year and are not off the ground
yet. Liffick said if the contract negotiations lead to significant increases to compensation or benefits, then Head
Start will have to look at further reductions to services. Betz asked who the County Board could contact to
protest the reduction to Head Start funding. Liffick stated the United States Congress approves the legislation
and budget for Head Start. All social service programs funded by the federal budget were cut by 1%.

        MOTION by Tapley to approve the revised Head Start continuation grant application; seconded by
O'Connor. Motion carried with one no vote from Betz. Betz stated he voted no only to bring this issue up for
discussion at the County Board meeting and encourage people to write Congress to tell them how stupid it is to
cut one of the best programs in the United States.

        McGinty, with the committee's consensus, moved the Nursing Home Child Day Care Center item
before the remaining reports.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
General Corporate Fund FY2006 RevenueIExpenditure Final Report

        Busey's report was distributed to the committee and was self-explanatory. Tapley asked about the
Non-Business Licenses & Permits. Busey stated the filing fees have not slowed down, but she does expect them
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 7

to slow down. Gross asked why the Sales Tax is coming in low. Busey said it is not low; it is higher than this
time last year. It is based on year-to-year performance. It is just not hitting the projected amount.

General Corporate Fund Budget Change Report

        The report was distributed to the committee.

TREASURER
Monthly Report

       MOTION by Tapley to receive and place on file the Treasurer's February monthly report; seconded by
Doenitz. Motion carried.

Request Approval of Resolution of Authorization for a Loan to the General Corporate Fund from the Public
Safety Sales Tax Fund

        Welch stated the two resolutions are in anticipation of potential borrowing being needed. They arte
submitted to the Finance Committee every year and are sometimes not used.

        MOTION by Gross to approve Resolution of Authorization for a Loan to the General Corporate Fund
from the Public Safety Sales Tax Fund; seconded by Wysocki. Motion carried.

Request Approval of Resolution of Authorization for a Loan to Social Securih and IMRF from the Working
Cash Fund

        MOTION by Tapley to approve Resolution of Authorization for a Loan to Social Security and IMRF
from the Working Cash Fund; seconded by Gross. Motion carried.

AUDITOR
Purchases Not Following Purchasing Policy

         Frerichs distributed the list of purchases not following the purchasing policy for information only. He
stated the vast majority of the list was FY2005 expenditures paid in FY2006.

Monthly Report

       MOTION by Betz to receive and place on file the Auditor's monthly report; seconded by Tapley.
Motion carried.

NURSING HOME
Nursing Home Child Day Care Center

        Buffenbarger passed out a three-page handout containing comparison information of the Nursing Home
Child Day Care Center with other child care centers in the state from the Illinois Salary and Staffing Survey of
Licensed Child Care Facilities. The Nursing Home Child Day Care Center operates in Service Delivery Area
10. The survey was from FY2003 and the wages were adjusted for inflation in order to make a comparison.
Buffenbarger explained how to read the charts to the committee and answered questions. The survey includes
any child care facility that receives public funding, both not-for-profit and for-profit.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 8

          Betz asked for Buffenbarger's recommendation. Buffenbarger stated his recommendation is to execute
whatever the County Board suggests. Betz asked for Buffenbarger's opinion as the Nursing Home
Administrator on the most reasonable course of action. Buffenbarger stated the most reasonable financial
recommendation is to replace the Child Day Care Center with some other venture. Buffenbarger understood this
is a difficult issue. He keeps coming back to that fact that 35% of the total Nursing Home residents are private
pay. The bulk of the remaining resident population is supported by public aid. The residents on public aid do
not support any of the Child Day Care Center's deficit. The private pay residents are carrying the burden of the
Center's deficit.

         Tapley asked if the budget figures provided by Foster during Public Participation included the building
costs or depreciation. Foster said her figures do not include those costs. Buffenbarger stated the Child Day
Care Center's actual cash loss was over $74,000 after the revenue from property taxes had been received.
Tapley asked what was the loss including building costs. Buffenbarger said the loss was either $1 14,000 or
$1 17,000. Tapley stated the building costs and depreciation cannot be ignored because they are a reality. Even
without the building costs, the Center would need to realize almost 90% of Foster's best-case scenario. Tapley
said this is a tough decision, but he does not see how the County Board can tell the taxpayers that it is a sound
financial decision to keep the Center open. He fully understands the benefits of children in a Nursing Home and
would like to be able to keep the Center open, but the Board would need projections that the Center will
reasonably and probably either break even or have a very small deficit. The costs figures show this is
impossible even in a best-case scenario.

         Gross said it does not make financial sense to keep the Center open. The Center has lost money for
fourteen years. The Center currently serves thirteen children, but there are about 270 employees at the Nursing
Home and a total of about 600 or 700 County employees. Gross said it does seem like the demand that might be
there is being met by this facility. The County employees as a whole might not need child care as much as they
once did. The idea of having kids around the seniors is wonderful, but it is not a state requirement and it is
losing too much money to be continued.

        McGinty said Foster has been terrific in communicating about the benefits of the Center. When the
Center was started, there was money in the Nursing Home's fund balance that is now gone. Every County
department is looking at increasingly difficult financial times. The Finance Committee needs to make the best
financial recommendation to the full County Board.

        Wysocki asked what the actual price would be to parents if they were charged for the actual cost of
having their child in the Center. Buffenbarger stated the average cost per child is about $23,000 per year. The
Center brings in an average of about $7,000 or $8,000 in revenue per child per year.

       MOTION by O'Connor to approve a commitment to continue subsidizing the Nursing Home Child Day
Care Center to keep it working; seconded by Betz for discussion.

        Betz said there were a couple of issues because the parents with children in the Center benefit and the
Nursing Home residents benefit. The Child Day Care Center was a part of the promotion of the Nursing Home.
Betz stated he believed in publicly supported nursing homes, hospitals, schools, and day care. He wished
private day care center would pay higher salaries and benefits. Betz was willing to continue to subsidize the
Center.

          Wysocki spoke about marketing the Center towards clientele who could afford to pay $23,000 in day
care, if that market exists. Wysocki asked about the possibility of developing a sliding fee scale based on
income. Buffenbarger asked if Wysocki was considering de-licensing so the Center would not accept public aid
children. Wysocki asked what was the minimum public aid requirement for a day care to be licensed.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9, 2006
Page 9

Buffenbarger thought only one public aid child was required and asked Foster if he was correct. Foster said
there was not a limit but she is unwilling to have a cutoff on the number of public aid children the Center would
accept. The committee discussed the market for child care in the community
         Tapley stated that the Nursing Home had a $3 million fund balance when he came on the County Board
less than ten years ago. The Nursing Home has lost $400,000 a year even with ignoring depreciation. The
taxpayers are paying a bond payment for the building. The voters were promised that the Nursing Home would
break even if a new facility were built. Tapley stated the Nursing Home will not break even with the new
building. Tapley said he could live with subsidizing the Nursing Home and the Child Day Care Center; but the
County Board must collectively be willing to say they will absorb $1 million a year in deficits. Tapley
requested every committee member who votes to keep the Child Day Care Center open serve up where they will
make cuts to the General Corporate Fund budget to pay for the Center's deficit. He noted the General Corporate
Fund has already made a $400,000 loan to the Nursing Home that will not be paid back. Tapley anticipated the
Nursing Home will request another loan next year that it will be unable to pay back. He suggested calling the
Nursing Home loans grants instead of loans. Tapley stated he was willing to vote to keep the Center open but he
wanted to see $100,000 in cuts out of the General Corporate Fund tonight to pay for it. The Nursing Home no
longer has a fund balance, so the money has to come from the General Corporate Fund. Tapley does not feel he
can ask other departments to examine their budgets to operate as efficiently as possible when the Board makes
up for $400,000 at the Nursing Home. He does not see a way the Center can be kept open. He would like to
have a discussion on what the County will do with a Nursing Home that is losing $400,000 after it is moved into
a new building, after the taxpayers have provided $750,000 in property tax subsidies, and after the private pay
rates have been raised. Tapley said the facts have changed. If the Nursing Home's fund balance still had $2
million, then the interest off the fund balance would almost pay for the Child Day Care Center's deficit and the
committee could then subsidize it. Tapley said the non-cash expenses cannot be ignored. Tapley feels he has an
implicit promise with his constituents to act responsibly about finances and running big deficits is not
responsible.

        Bensyl asked if there has ever been any discussion about issuing an RFP to receive bids from private
providers to provide day care and lease the space. Busey said there is a real issue with the County leasing to a
private business.

          Gross said the number of children served and the cost do not make sense; it is too much per family
served. She calculated that each private pay resident is paying $800 to subsidize the Child Day Care Center.
She pointed out that spending over $100,000 to subsidize the Center would mean the next time the State's
Attorney or Public Defender comes to the Finance Committee because funding for another attorney position is
desperately needed, the committee will have to say no to those requests. Gross said at that amount of money per
child, it would be better to put the children in Head Start.

          The committee continued to discuss the financial situation. Tapley stated if the problem is not resolved
it will simply continue. Though a decision is painful now it will be worse if it is allowed to malinger. Tapley
asked if the General Corporate Fund balance of $4 million includes the $400,000 loan to the Nursing Home.
Busey stated the fund balance information is on paper, it is not actual cash because $400,000 of it is on loan to
the Nursing Home. Tapley stated the $4 million fund balance should really be looked at as a $3 million fund
balance because of the Nursing Home loan and the anticipation that the Nursing Home will require another
similar sized loan next year. Tapley said these figures should be alarming to the County Board.

        McGinty stated a motion was on the floor. Betz requested a roll call vote. Motion failed with a vote of
2 to 6. Betz and O'Connor voted in favor of the motion. Bensyl, Doenitz, Gross, McGinty, Tapley, and
Wysocki voted against the motion.
Finance Committee Minutes, Continued
Thursday, March 9,2006
Page 10

        MOTION by Tapley to recommend to the County Board approval of closing the Nursing Home Child
Day Care Center. Tapley said it was a great facility and he had a lot respect for Karen Foster's professionalism,
but he does not see how the County Board can do anything else. Motion seconded by Bensyl.

         McGinty suggested setting a target closing date to take to the full Board for the benefit of the Center's
staff and taking into account the issues of cost and timing. The committee agreed Busey, Buffenbarger, and
Foster should determine a transition date.

        Betz requested a roll call vote. Motion carried with a vote of 6 to 2. Bensyl, Doenitz, Gross, McGinty,
Tapley, and Wysocki voted in favor of the motion. Betz and OYConnor       voted against the motion.

         McGinty thanked everyone from the Center for attending the meeting and offered his apologizes.

CHAIR'S REPORT

         There was no Chair's Report.

OTHER BUSINESS

         There was no other business

DESIGNATION OF ITEMS TO BE PLACED ON COUNTY BOARD CONSENT AGENDA

        Gross requested the Public Defender's budget amendment be placed on the regular agenda for
discussion. The Chair designated agenda items V A, B, C, E, F, G, H, I, J; VI A; and IX B & C for the consent
agenda.

ADJOURNMENT

         The Chair adjourned the meeting at 8 5 2 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Kat Bork
Administrative Secretary


   Secy 's note: The minutes reflect the order of the agenda and may not necessarily reflect the order of business conducted at the
                                                               meeting.
                                    REQUEST FOR BUDGET AMENDMENT                                                 BA NO.                06-00043


  FUND 679 CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER                                DEPARTMEN!J!          179 CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER




INCREASEXI APPROPRIATIONS :
                                                       BEGINNING            CURRENT                 BUDGET IF                     INCREASE
                                                       BUDGET               BUDGET                  REQUEST IS                    (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                               AS OF 12/1                                   APPROVED                      REQUESTED
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                                                       BUDGET               BUDGET                  REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                               AS OF 12/1                                   APPROVED                  REQUESTH)
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679-179-331.57 JUST-VCTM CHILD ABUSE ACT           I           10,000   1             15,000   1             19,020      1               4,020
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  TO PURCHASE A LAPTOP COMPUTER, RELATED SOFTWARE, AND AN LCD PROJECTOR.




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                                                          BUDGET                       BUDGET                 REQUEST IS                    (DECREASE)
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 FUND 628 ELECTN ASSIST/ACCESSIBLTY DEPARTMENT                                            022 COUNTY CLERK




INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS :
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                                                          BUDGET               BUDGET                  REQUEST IS               (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER & TlTLE                                      AS OF 12/1                                   APPROVED                 REQUESTED
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EXPLANATION:               TO COVER EXPENSES IN THE ABOVE LINE ITEMS




DATE SUBMITTED:                                   I        AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE          **   PLEASE SIGN IN BLUE INK           **
                                                  I
                                                  I


APPROVED BY PARENT COMMITTEE:                                                    DATE :




APPROVED BY BUDGET              &   FINANCE COMMITTEE:                           DATE :
                                    REQUEST FOR BUDGET AMENDMENT                                                          BA NO.            06-00046


         080 GENERAL CORPORATE                                      DEPARTMENT              075 GENERAL COUNTY




INCRBU3ED APPROPRIATIONS :
                                                        BEGINNING                CURRENT                     BUDGET IF                 INCREASE
                                                        BUDGET                   BUDGET                      REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                                AS OF 12/1                                           APPROVED                  REQUESTED
                                                        I                    I                           I                         I
080-075-571.81     TO NURSING HOME FUND 081         I               24,000   1             29,782        1           529,782       1         500,000
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                                                    J               24,000   I             29,782    ]               529,782   1            500,000


N R A m REVENUE BUDGET:
I CE S
                                                        BEGINNING                CURRENT                 BUDGET IF                     INCREASE
                                                        BUDGET                   BUDGET                  REQUEST IS                    (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                                AS OF 12/1                                       APPROVED                      REQUESTED
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EXPLKNATION:               TO APPROPRIATE IW'DS TO COVER THE FISCAL YEAR 2006                                                  OPERATIONAL
   DEFICIT FOR THE CHAMPAIGN COUNTY NURSING HOME.




DATE SUBMITTED:                                 I           AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE           ** PLEASE SIGN IN BLUE INK **




APPROVED BY PRRENT COMMIT'l33E:                                                   DATE :         v
                                       I                                                     I




APPROVED BY BUDGET              &   FINANCE COMMIT'IZE:                           DATE :
                                       I                                                     I
                        REQUEST FOR BUDGET TRANSFER                          BT NO. 06-00004
                  NEEDING CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD APPROVAL


mTND 081 NURSING HOME                DEPAR!IMENT        430 NURSING SERVICE




TO LINE I=:                                            FROM LINE ITEM:
  NUMBER/TITLE                      $ AMOUNT            NUMBER/TITLE
081-430-534.65                                          081-430-511.03
    CONTRACT NURSING SERVICE           100,000.             REG. FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
081-430-534.65                                          081-430-511.05
    CONTRACT NURSING SERVICE            72,000.             TEMP. SALARIES & WAGES
081-430-534.65                                          081-430-511.43
    CONTRACT NURSING SERVICE            28,000.             NO-BENEFIT FULL-TIME EMPL




EXPLAJ!jATION: TO COVER ESTIMATED CONTRACT NURSING THROUGH MAY 31, 2006




DATE SUBMITTED : 2 / 2 5                       I   -
                                                            -(AUTHORIZED           SIGNATURE
APPROVED BY PARENT COMMITTEE:      DATE :                       - * PLEASE SIGN IN BLUE INK *




APPROVED BY BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE:              DATE :
                                                           CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
                                               AUDITOR'S REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD
                                                         PERIODENDING     2/28/06
                                                     F Y 2 0 0 5                                                        F Y 2 0 0 6
                                              ...........................
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                                                 - - - - - - - - ACTUALS - - - - - - - -        -------------BUDGET-------------   ----------ACTUALS----------
FUND     NAME                                     CURRENT           YEAR-TO          '
                                                                                   YTD          BEGINNING     CURRENT     CHANGE     CURRENT   YEAR-TO YTD
                                     FINAL          MONTH             DATE           %         (12/01/05) (AS OF 2/28/06)              MONTH      DATE  %
 070   NURSING HOME CONSTR FUND
           REVENUE                 110,000
           EXPENDITURE          13,554,323
 071   1995 JAIL BOND DEBT SERV
           REVENUE                1,025,975
           EXPENDITURE            1,032,426
 074   2003 NURS HM BOND DBT SRV
           REVENUE               9,838,416
           EXPENDITURE           9,831,416
 075   REGIONAL PLANNING COMM
           REVENUE                5,605,953
           EXPENDITURE            6,065,114
 076   TORT IMMUNITY TAX FUND
           REVENUE                 537,780
           EXPENDITURE             817,197
 078   JAIL CONSTRUCTION FUND
           REVENUE
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                                                               PERIODENDING     2/28/06
                                                         F Y 2 0 0 5                                        F Y 2 0 0 6
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                                        -BUDGET-
FUND         NAME                                      CURRENT                                     CURRENT     CHANGE     CURRENT   YEAR-TO   YTD
                                            FINAL        MONTH         DATE     %   (12/01/05) (AS OF 2/28/06)              MONTH      DATE    %


 080      GENERAL CORPORATE            (CONTINUED)
       040 SHERIFF
               REVENUE
               EXPENDITURE
       041 STATES ATTORNEY
               REVENUE
               EXPENDITURE
       042 CORONER
               REVENUE                    19,500
               EXPENDITURE               354,194
       043 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGCY
               REVENUE                   532,113
               EXPENDITURE               598,184
       051 JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER
               REVENUE               1,068,047
               EXPENDITURE           1,568,923
       052 COURT SERVICES -PROBATION
               REVENUE                 660,057
               EXPENDITURE           1,225,056
       057 DEPUTY SHERIFF MERIT COMM
               REVENUE                          0
               EXPENDITURE                 18,870
       071 PUBLIC PROPERTIES
               REVENUE                 1,190,775
               EXPENDITURE             2,528,374




       077 ZONING AND ENFORCEMENT
               REVENUE                   160,250
               EXPENDITURE               380,709
       124 REGIONAL OFFICE EDUCATION
               REVENUE                         0
               EXPENDITURE               187,025
       130 CIRC CLK SUPPORT ENFORCE
               REVENUE                    55,930
               EXPENDITURE                45,765
       140 CORRECTIONAL CENTER
               REVENUE                   968,800
               EXPENDITURE             5,466,776
                                                                CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
                                                     AUDITOR'S REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD
                                                               PERIODENDING     2/28/06
                                                          F Y 2 0 0 5                                                           F Y Z O O 6
                                      <------------------------------------->                    <-------------------------------------------------------------,
                                        -BUDGET-       - - - - - - - - ACTUALS - - - - - - - -    -------------BmGET-------------             ----------ACTUALS----------
FUND         NAME                                      CURRENT           YEAR-TO         YTD      BEGINNING     CURRENT     CHANGE              CURRENT   YEAR-TO YTD
                                            FINAL        MONTH             DATE            %     (12/01/05) (AS OF 2/28/06)                       MONTH      DATE   %


 080      GENERAL CORPORATE            (CONTINUED)
       141 STS ATTY SUPPORT ENFORCE
              REVENUE
              EXPENDITURE
                                         373,524
                                         344,507
                                                              0
                                                         17,835
                                                                          315,705
                                                                          307,786          :
                                                                                           :1       369,603
                                                                                                    344,988
                                                                                                                   369,603
                                                                                                                   344,988
       145 SHF'S DARE/EXPLORER PROGS
              REVENUE                         375            250               375       100             350            350
              EXPENDITURE                   4,179              0             4,017        961            500            500
       222 NAT VOTER REGISTRATN ACT
              REVENUE                           0               0                0                         0              0
              EXPENDITURE                   3,900               0            3,811         981         3,900          3,900
TOTAL     GENERAL CORPORATE
              REVENUE                 28,644,704
              EXPENDITURE             29,283,890
                                                             CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
                                                 AUDITOR'S REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD
                                                           PERIODENDING     2/28/06
                                                       F Y 2 0 0 5                                                            F Y 2 0 0 6
                                   <-------------------------------------                            <----------

FUND      NAME
                                     -BUDGET-

                                         FINAL
                                                    - - - - - - - - ACTUALS - - - - - - - -
                                                    CURRENT
                                                      MONTH
                                                                      YEAR-TO
                                                                        DATE
                                                                                      YTD
                                                                                        %
                                                                                            'I        - - - - - - - - - - ---BUDGET-------------
                                                                                                      BEGINNING              CURRENT
                                                                                                     (12/01/05) (AS OF 2/28/06)
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                                                                                                                                              ----------ACTUALS----------
                                                                                                                                                CURRENT
                                                                                                                                                  MONTH
                                                                                                                                                          YEAR-TO YTD
                                                                                                                                                             DATE   %

 081   NURSING HOME
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                   10,622,133
                                   11,806,515
                                                    747,766
                                                    849,647
                                                                  10,384,768
                                                                  11,420,614            :
                                                                                        ;1           11,177,231
                                                                                                     11,426,989
 083   COUNTY HIGHWAY
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
 084   COUNTY BRIDGE
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
 085   COUNTY MOTOR FUEL
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                    3,532,988
                                    5,730,067
                                                    244,082
                                                    349,003
                                                                   3,584,927
                                                                   5,161,166
                                                                                      101
                                                                                       90        1    3,253,954
                                                                                                      8,068,825
 088   1LL.MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                    2,990,000
                                    2,990,000
                                                    180,990
                                                    219,242
                                                                   2,863,708
                                                                   2,831,641
                                                                                        96
                                                                                        95       /    3,550,500
                                                                                                      3,550,500
 089   COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH FUND
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                 1,200,229
                                 1,198,946
                                                         366
                                                       8,767
                                                                   1,233,525
                                                                   1,193,870
                                                                                      103
                                                                                      100        1    1,284,198
                                                                                                      1,336,282
       MENTAL HEALTH
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
       ANIMAL CONTROL
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
       LAW LIBRARY
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
       HWY FED AID MATCHING FUND
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                        9,927
                                      600,000
                                                      4,587
                                                          0
                                                                        22,886
                                                                        12,742
                                                                                      231
                                                                                        2        1       15,491
                                                                                                        375,000
       HEAD START PROGRAM
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                   6,931,800
                                   6,509,075
                                                    335,425
                                                    313,558
                                                                   4,223,882
                                                                   4,207,477
                                                                                       61
                                                                                       65        1   7,005,800
                                                                                                     6,577,960
       CAPITAL EQP REPLACMNT FND
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                      532,635
                                      850,627
                                                      1,389
                                                     20,863
                                                                      549,452
                                                                      572,422
                                                                                      103
                                                                                       67        1      518,491
                                                                                                        672,805
       PUBL SAFETY SALES TAX FND
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                23,091,487
                                23,559,515
                                                    349,347
                                                     47,555
                                                                 23,288,655
                                                                 22,969,842
                                                                                      101
                                                                                       97        1   4,260,167
                                                                                                     4,668,375
       GEOGRAPHIC INF SYSTM FUND
           REVENUE
           EXPENDITURE
                                      331,000
                                      327,211
                                                     52,890
                                                     34,562
                                                                      360,418
                                                                      314.011
                                                                                      109
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                           CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD
                           COMMITTEE ADDENDUM


                           FINANCE COMMITTEE
                           Brookens Administrative Center, Lyle Shields Meeting Room
                           (formerly Meeting Room 1)
                           1776 E. Washington, Urbana
                           Thursday, April 6, 2006 - 7:00 p.m.

CHAIR:                     Brendan McGinty

MEMBERS:                   Avery, Bensyl, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, O'Connor, Tapley, Wysocki

        ITEM                                                                                        PAGE NO.

V.      BUDGET AMENDMENTS/TRANSFERS
        f Budg-et Amendment #06-00047                                                               1
             Fund/Dept: 850-67 $2 Geographic Information System Joint Venture - Aerial
             Photography Project
             Increased Appropriations: $10,000
             Increased Revenue: $0
             Professional services contract payments for FY06 were greater than originally
             anticipated. Sufficient revenue already received to cover the increased
             appropriations.

        g. Budcet Amendment #06-00048
             Fund/Dept: 850-673 Geographic Information System Joint Venture -
             Topography Project
             Increased Appropriations: $30,000
             Increased Revenue: $0
             Professional services contract payments for FY06 were greater than originally
             anticipated. Sufficient revenue already received to cover the increased
             appropriations.




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                                  REQUEST FOR BUDGET AMENDMENT                                                     BA NO.           06-00047

  FUND 850 GEOG INF SYS JOINT VENTUR DEPARTMENT                                        672 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PROJ




INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS:
                                                      BEGINNING              CURRENT                 BUDGET IF                 INCREASE
                                                      BUDGET                 BUDGET                  REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                              AS OF 12/1                                     APPROVED                  REQUESTED
                                                  I                      I                       I                         I
850-672-533.07 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES              I             40,000   1             40,000    1                50,000   1         10,000
                                                  I                      I                       I                         I



                                         TOTALS   I                      I                       I                         I
                                                  I             40,000   1             40,000    1            50,000       1         10,000


INCREASED REVENUE BUDGET:
                                                      BEGINNING              CURRENT                 BUDGET IF                 INCREASE
                                                      BUDGET                 BUDGET                  REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                              AS OF 12/1                                     APPROVED                  REQUESTED
                                                  I                      I                       I                         I
               None: from Fund Balance            1                      I                                                 I
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                                                  I                      I                                                 I
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EXPLANATION: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT PAYMENTS FOR FY06 WERE GREATER
  THAN ORIGINALLY ANTICIPATED. SUFFICIENT REVENUE ALREADY RECEIVED TO COVER
   THE INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS.



DATE SUBMITTED:                                                                        **   PLEASE SIGN IN BLUE INK            **


                                                            I



                                                                   i
APPROVED BY PARENT COMMITTEE:




APPROVED BY BUDGET            &   FINANCE COMMITTEE:                           DATE :
                                       REQUEST FOR BUDGET AMENDMENT                                                                 BA NO.           06-00048


  F'UND 850 GEOG INF SYS JOINT VENTUR DEPARTMENT                                                    673 TOPOGRAPHY PROJECT




INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS:
                                                              BEGINNING              CURRENT                          BUDGET IF                 INCREASE
                                                              BUDGET                 BUDGET                           REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                                      AS OF 12/1                                              APPROVED                  REQUESTED
                                                          I                     I                                 I                         I
850-673-533.07 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES                                   62,500   1                   62,500        1                92,500   1         30,000
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                                                                      62,500    1                   62,500        1                92,500   1         30,000


INCREASED REVENUE BUDGET:
                                                              BEGINNING              CURRENT                          BUDGET IF                 INCREASE
                                                              BUDGET                 BUDGET                           REQUEST IS                (DECREASE)
ACCT. NUMBER   &   TITLE                                      AS OF 12/1                                              APPROVED                  REQUESTED
                                                          I                     I                                 I                         I
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                                             TOTALS       I                     I                                 I                         I

EXPLANATION:               PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT PAYMENTS FOR FY 06 WERE GREATER
   THAN ORIGINALLY ANTICIPATED.                                  SUFFICIENT REVENUE ALREADY RECEIVED TO COVER
   THE INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS.



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                        Contents:

1. General Corporate Fund FY2006 Revenue/Expenditure
    Projection Report - Agenda Item VIII A
2. General Corporate Fund Budget Change Report -Agenda Item
    VIII B
3. Nursing Home Fund Information - Presented with Agenda
    Item VIII A
4. Treasurer's Monthly Report - Agenda Item IX A
5 . Purchases Not Following Purchasing Policy List - Agenda
    Item X A
                               GENERAL CORPORATE FUND REVENUEIEXPENDITUREPROJECTION REPORT - FY2005
                                 April 6, 2006

SIGNIFICANT REVENUE                                 FY2005      FY2005     FY2005       FY2006     FY2006    Projected      Projected $ Difference
LINE ITEMSICATEGORIES                              BUDGET         YTD     ACTUAL       BUDGET       YTD       % to be       $$ to be    to Original
                                                  121112004    313112005 1113012005    121112005  313112006 Received        Received      ~udget
PROPERTY TAXES (CURRENT)                          $6.538.936           $0 $6.503.907   $6,660,253         $0 100.00%         $6,660,253          $0
PROPERTY TAXES BACK)      '
MOBILE HOME TAXES
PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES
COUNTY HOTEUMOTEL TAX
COUNTY AUTO RENTAL TAX
PENALTIES ON TAXES
BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS
NON-BUSINESS LIC & PERMITS
FEDERAL GRANTS
STATE GRANTS
STATESHAREDREVENUE
 CORP. PERS. PROP. REPL. TAX
 1% SALES TAX (UNINCORPOR.)
 114% SALES TAX (ALL COUNTY)
 USE TAX
 INHERITANCE TAX
 STATE REIMBURSEMENT
 SALARY REIMBURSEMENT
STATE REV.ISALARY STIPENDS
 INCOME TAX
 OFF-TRACK BETTING

LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE
LOCAL GOVERNMENT REIMBURSE.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
FINES
FORFEITURES
INTEREST EARNINGS
RENTS & ROYALTIES
GIFTS & DONATIONS
OTHR FIN. SOURCES--FIX. ASSETS
OTHR. MISC. REVENUE
INTERFUND TRANSFERS
INTERFUND REIMBURSEMENTS
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

          TOTALS                                 $26,982,032   $5,591,753 $28,808,385 $28,363,800   $5,114,554   101.94%   $28,914,377   $550,577
                                                                                                                              $ DIFFERENCE
SIGNIFICANT EXPENDITURE          FY2005        FY2005       FY2005       FY2006       FY2006      PROJECTED PROJECTED         TO ORIGINAL
LINE ITEMSICATEGORIES           BUDGET           YTD        ACTUAL      BUDGET          YTD         % TO BE   $ TO BE           BUDGET
                                121112004     313112005    11/30/2005   3/31/2006    3/31/2006      SPENT     SPENT               (+I-)

PERSONNEL
Regular Salaries & Wages       $10,805,437    $2,767,338 $10,315,348 $11,636,694     $3,490,999       96.30%   $1 1,205,677        $431,017
SLEP Salaries                   $6,071,157    $1,691,706 $5,951,546 $6,304,357       $1,907,230       97.11%    $6,121,972         $182,385
SLEP Overtime                    $416,676      $169,004    $572,397    $416,676       $172,416       132.82%      $553,433        -$136,757
Fringe Benefits                 $1,722,446     $525,297 $1,623,264 $1,769,927         $586,607       101.53%    $1,797,052         -$27,125

COMMODITIES
Postage                           $215,140      $89,040      $210,355     $217,968      $83,237      112.14%      $244,437         426,469
Purchase Document Stamps          $587,270     $180,000      $947,270     $643,200     $240,000      148.94%      $958,000        4314,800
Gasoline & Oil                    $146,700      $27,520      $158,260     $161,300      $33,483      108.57%      $175,119         413,819
All Other Commodities             $693,870     $169,815      $753,619     $756,173     $151,577       94.31%      $713,176          $42,997

SERVICES
Gas Service                       $237,000     $1 17,136     $295,263    $253,208      $133,207      137.13%      $347,236         494,028
Electric Service                 $574,000      $1 14,572     $593,473    $591,098      $106,946       97.01%      $573,445          $17,653
MedicallProfessionalServices    $1,327,415     $351,212    $1,419,980   $1,201,053     $378,815       91.85%    $1,103,215          $97,838
All Other Services              $3,667,503     $756,847    $3,436,644   $3,736,488     $889,203       98.90%    $3,695,382          $41,106

CAPITAL
Vehicles
All Other Capital

TRANSFERS
To Capital Improvement Fund       $255,535           $0      $280,861    $388,597            $0      100.00%      $388,597                $0
To Nursing Home Fund               $23,771           $0       $25,786     $29,782            $0      100.00%       $29,782                $0
To Public Health Fund             $145,500           $0      $145,500    $145,500            $0      100.00%      $145,500                $0
To Self-Funded Insurance                                                 $758,957            $0      100.00%      $758,957                $0
All Other Transfers                $24,123           $0      $245,406     $31,173        $4,572      100.00%       $31,173                $0

DEBT REPAYMENT                    $1 19,843     $39,903      $190,554    $215,165       $81,030      100.00%      $215,165                $0

TOTAL                          $27,538,909    $7,159,038 $27,871,709 $29,629,465     $8,298,340      99.11%    $29,366,442        $263,023
GENERAL CORPORATE FUND REVENUEIEXPENDITUREPROJECTION REPORT - FY 2005


                                       SUMMARY

FUND BALANCE 11130105 (unaudited)         $4,496,901
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE % OF BUDGET -          15.18%



                                       Budgeted            Projected
ADD FY2006 REVENUE                       $28,363,800       $28,914,377
LESS FY2006 EXPENDITURE                  $29,629,465       $29,366,442

Revenue to Expenditure Difference                            -$452,065




FUND BALANCE PROJECTION - 11/30/06        $3,231,236        $4,044,836
% of FY2006 Budget                            10.91%           13.65%
                           General Corporate FundF Y2006 Budget Change Report


GENERAL CORPORATE FUND ORIGINAL BUDGET FOR FY2006
                                              Budget 12/01/05
Expenditure                                      $28,473,601
Revenue                                          $28,253,283
Revenue/Expenditure Difference                     ($220,3 18)
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General Corporate Fund Budget As Of:            Thursdav, April06.2006
Expenditure                 $29,629,465           % InclDec                  4.06%       Revenue/Exp.
Revenue                     $28,363,800           % InclDec                  0.39%

EXPENDITURE CHANGES
Department                Description         Expenditure Change         Revenue Change Difference
                     Expenses budgeted
                       not completed in
Public Properties            FY2005                 $24,460
Public Properties   Brookens Remodel                $75,500
                    Additional Kronos
General County      Licenses                         $4,709
                    Printing Expense for
Supv of Assessments BOR Notices                      $2,190
                    Utility invoices from
Public Properties   FY2005                          $21,141
                    Nursing Home Re-
General County      Use Study                       $45,000
Zoning              GIs Mapping                      $6,010

EmergencyMgmt.        Public Asst. Program
                      Child Day Care
General County        Expense
                      New Position -
Public Defender       Continuous Jury
Circuit Court         Continuous Jury
                      Continue Grant
Public Defender       Position
                      Arbitration &
Circuit Court         Termination
EMA                   Encumber Grant
                      Homeland Security
EMA                   Grant
                      Appropriation to Self
General County        Funded                        $758,957                   $0             ($758,957)
TOTAL                                              $1,155,864               $110,517        ($1,045,347)

Changes Affrributable to Recurring Costs           $118,085                 $11,538          ($106,547)

Changes Attributable to I-Time Expenses            $1,037,779               $98,979          ($938,800)
General Corporate Fund Balance as % of
               Budget
General Corporate Fund Annual Beginning
             Fund Balance
                                                                Champaign County Nursing Home
                                                                      Projected cash impact
                                                                 Closing Childcare Center 611106
                                                           Opening outpatient rehabilitation in new facility

                                                                                              Outpatient Rehabilitation -
Childcare - current                          Projected Cash Effect                            7101106                                Projected Cash Effect
                                     Revenue        Expenses             Loss                                                 Revenue     Expenses      GainlLoss
December                        $      5,683.63 $ 11,536.39 $           (5,852.76)           July-capital equip. purchase   $      -     $11,185.00 $(11,185.00)
January                         $      5,707.95 $ 12,514.77 $           (6,806.82)           August                         $ 2,848.33 $          -    $ 2,848.33
February                        $      5,867.74 $ 11,372.07 $           (5,504.33)           September                      $ 2,848.33 $         - $ 2,848.33
March-est.                      $      6,496.43 $ 12,590.51 $           (6,094.08)           October                        $ 2,848.33 $         - $ 2,848.33
Total Loss YTD                  $     23,755.75 $ 48,013.74 $          (24,257.99)           November                       $ 2,848.33 $         - $ 2,848.33
Projected cash impact-
remainder FY06                  $     47,511.49 $      91,391.76 $ (43,880.27)               December                       $ 2,848.33   $       -     $ 2,848.33
Total Cash Loss FY06            $     47,511.49 $      96,027.48 $ (68,138.26)               Total                          $14,241.65   $ 11,185.00   $ 3,056.65

Childcare - closing 6/1/06                Projected Cash Effect
                                  Revenue        Expenses       Loss
December                        $   5,683.63 $ 11,536.39 $ (5,852.76)
January                         $   5,707.95 $ 12,514.77 $ (6,806.82)
February                        $      5,867.74    $   11,372.07   $    (5,504.33)
March-est.                      $      6,496.43    $   12,590.51   $    (6,094.08)
April-est.                      $      6,286.86    $   12,184.36   $    (5,897.50)
May-est.                        $      6,496.43    $   12,590.51   $    (6,094.08)
June TOPS payout                $           -      $   11,835.17
July FICA, UE ,IMRF, WC paid    $           -   $       2,368.64                             Estimated Annual Savings from Closure of Child Day Care      $68,140
Total Loss FY06                 $     36,539.04 $      86,992.41 $ (50,453.38)               Estimated Annual Revenue from Outpatient Rehab               $34,180
                                                                                             Net Annual Benefit to Nursing Home                          $102,320
If we leave the Childcare Center $   (68,138.26)
If we close Childcare 6/1/06     $   (50,453.38)
If we close Childcare 611106 and
open an outpatient rehab
service                          $   (47,396.73)
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                        FY2001                    FY2002                 FY2003                  FY2004                  FY2005                    FY2006
REVENUE                   Final           %         Final        %         Final         %         Final         %         Final          %        Budget          %
                       1113012001      InclDec   1113012002   InclDec   1113012003    InclDec   1113012004    InclDec   1113012005     InclDec    121112005     InclDec
REVENUE
                           $933,672 158.45%      $1,331,187   42.58%    $1,338,670


                                                                                                                          $48,496
                            1
                           $ 78.929 61.47%         1
                                                  $ 39,387
                            1
                           $ 18,853 -3.92%


                            $66,781      5.55%
                            $42,660     30.67%
                            1
                           $ 34,206      3.16%
                              $4,920     02%
                                       11 . 6
                            $83.242    -36.17%
                              $8,213   -65.96%
   ellaneous Revenue        $64,117     77.84%
   from Generat Corp




 XPENDITURE




                          $422,098 5.50%          $500,659
                         $1,070,656 17.83%        $991,342    -7.41%    $1,014,411
                         $2,199,420 41.41%       $1,413,358   -35.74%   $1,404,832
                           $96.319 58.40%


                         $9,499,819    17.07%    $9,533,789   0.36%     $10,022,167   5.12%     $10,687,827   6.64%     $1 1,420,606   6.86%     $1 1,483,299   0.55%
Nursing Home Fund



                                    Budneted      Proiected
FY2006 REVENUE                      $11,177,231   $11,119,551
FY2006 EXPENDITURE                  $11,483,299   $12,078,441

Revenue to Expenditure Difference     4306,068      -$958,890
Nursing Home Budget History




                              I   -+Expenditure
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                              1     Revenue
/Recap for:                 March 2006                                                    I
 Daniel J. Welch, County Treasurer


Certificates of Deposit:
                                I#           Avg. Rate        Amount          Avg. Term
Current Purchases                6            4.610%       $2,500,000.00         102
Portfolio                       43            4.328%       $19,256,000.00        140

Bond Proceeds:             Fund Balance
 2000 (Courts Const.)        $1,488,150.02
 2003 (Nursing Home)         $1,367,635.35

 Hotel/Motel Taxes:
                           March 2006          YTD        Annual Projection
                           $1,008 .OO        $2,479.00       $9,9 16.00

 Borrowing 1 Loans:
                               Date            From                            Amount




/ Illinois Funds Average Monthly Rates:
                            March 2006       March 2005
    Money Mkt. Fund          4.454%           2.440%
      Prime Fund             4.502%           2.414%

/ Comments:
I
070-Nursing Home Construction                     $0.00        $1 22,647.66              $0.00        $1,244,987.69


07 1 - Jail Debt Service                          $0.00          $5,035.77               $0.00                $0.00


074-Nursing Home Bond Repay                $1,134,000.00        $29,083.41               $0.00                $0.00


075 - Regional Planning Co~n~nission              $0.00        $151,317.15               $0.00                $0.00


076 - Tort Iin~nunity                              $0.00         $7,690.08               $0.00                $0.00
                                       I                   I                  I                   I

078 - Jail Construction
-                     - -      $28,472.20-
                         $0.00 -          $0.00                                                               $0.00


- - General Corporate
080                                                $0.00       $681,258.22        $1,408,856.41               $0.00


08 1 - Enterprise (Nursing Home)                   $0.00        $42,335.06             $91 1.55               $0.00
                                       I                   I                  I                   I

083 - County Highway                               $0.00       $290,139.32                $0.00               $0.00
                                       I                   I                  I                   I

084 - County Bridge                        $1,500,000.00       $230,834 80                $0 00               $0 00
                                       I                   4                  I




085 -County Motor Fuel                     $5,375,000.00       $757,162.07                $0.00       $4,049,885.21
                                       I                   I                  I                   I


086 - Township Motor Fuel                  $1,050,000.00       $174,896.27                $0.00               $0.00


087 - Township Bridge                              $0.00        $66,153.27                $0.00               $0.00


088 - I.M.R.F.                                     $0.00       $928,746.24                $0.00               $0.00
                                                                                                  I
089 - Public Health                          $275,000.00       $308,5 17.35               $0.00               $0.00


090 - Mental Health                          $300,000.00         ($2,517.65)              $0.00               $0.00


091 - Animal Control                               $0.00        $33,224.98                $0.00               $O.OC


092 - Law Library                                  $0.00        $90,628.78                $0.00               $O.OC


094 - Payroll                                      $0.00              $0.00               $0.00               $O.OC


095 - Inheritance                                  $0.00       $346,432.91                $0.00               SO.0C


 096 - Section 125 Cafe                            $0.00         ($5,997.24)              $0.00               $O.OC


 097 - Estate                                      $0.00         $30,873.07               $0.00               $O.OC


 098 - Accounts Payable                            $0.00              $0.00               $0.00               $O.OC


 103 - Highway Federal Matching                    $0.00       $270,553.40                $0.00               $O.OC


 104 - Head Start                                  $0.00       $367,602.31                $0.00               $O.OC
105 - Capital Iinprovetnents                              $0.00         $865,645.11           $0.00        $0.00


106 - Public Safety Sales Tax                      $2,005,000.00       $1,457,834.83          $0.00        $0.00


107 - Geographic Information                        $400,000.00           $85,521.38          $0.00        $0.00


108 Develop. Disabilities                           $1 40,000.00          $30,683.51          $0.00        $0.00
                                      I




109 Delinquency Prevention Grant                          $0.00                 $0.00         $0.00        $0.00


188 - Social Security                                      $0.00          $76,805.10          $0.00        $0.00


30 1 - RPC Building Construction                           $0.00          $35,842.54


303 - Courts Construction                          $1,427,000.00          $6 1 ,I 50.02


304 - Highway Factlity Construction                                                           $0.00        $0.00
                                      I                                                   I           I

475 - R.P.C. Developlnent                          $2,100,000.00         $793,606.06          $0.00        $0.00
                                                  ----
476 - Self-Funded Insurance                                $0.00         $1 72,848.44         $0.00        $0.00


610 - Working Cash                                         $0.00
                                                                   I
                                                                         5383,645.45
                                                                                          I
                                                                                              $0.00   /I   $0.00


61 1 - Co Clerk Death Certtficate                          $0 00                $0 00         $0 00        $0 00


61 2 - Sher~tf
             Drug Forte~tures                              $0 00          $42,641 17          $0 00        $0 00


61 3 - Court's Autotnatton                           $150,000 00          $87,077 22          $0 00        $0 00


614 - Recorder's Auto~natlon                         $350,000 00         $178,993 55          $0 00        $0 00


6 17 - Chtld Support                                 $225,000 00         $148,632 82          $0 00        $0 00
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6 18 - Probation Services                            $600,000.00         $1 33,800.45         $0.00        $0.00


6 19 - Tax Sale Autotnation                                $0.00          $44,702.33          $0.00        $0.00
                                 --
620 - Health Insurance                                     $0.00          $82,307.82          $0.00        $0.00


62 1 - Drug Forfeiture                                     $0.00           $7,612.93          $0.00        $0 00
                                          I                        I                      I            I


627 - Prop. Tax Interest Fee                         $100,000.00            $1,110.20         $0.00        $0.00
                                          I                        I                      I            I
                                                                                                           -

628 - Elect~onAsstst i Access                      - $144,264
                                                  - 00 - 62
                                                   $0                                         $0 00        $0 00


629 - Courthouse Museum
                                              I
                                                           $0.00   /
                                                                   I
                                                                          $30,163.62      1
                                                                                          I
                                                                                              $0.00
                                                                                                       t
                                                                                                           $0.00




659 - Arrestee's Medical Costs                             $0.00          $20,216.82          $0.00        $0.00


665 - Inter-Agency Task Force                              $0.00          $21,853.08          $0.00        $0.00
667 - Property Conde~nnat~ons                       $0.00            $52,482.66                     $0.00               $O.OC


670 - County Clerk Autoination
-                   -          -$0.00                                $84,741.84                              -$O.OC


671 - Court Document Storage                  $325,000.00           $297,112.00                     $0.00               $O.OC


672 - Court Drug Forfeitures                        $0.00             $1,789.25                     $0.00               $O.OC


673 - Domestic Violence Prosecution                 $0.00            ($1,317.60)                    $0.00               $O.OC


675 - Victitn Advocacy Grant                         $0.00            ($1,125.06)                   $0.00               $O.OC


676 - Solid Waste Management         --              $0.00           $74,375.40                     $0.00               $O.OC


677 -Juvenile Del. Prevention Grant                  $0.00           $21,888.17                     $0.00               $O.OC


678 - Accelerated Disposition Grant                  $0.00                 $0.00                    $0.00               $O.OC


679 - Child Advocacy Center                          $0.00           $17,185.76                     $0.00               $O.OC


681 - Juvenile Info. Sharing Grant                   $0.00              ($333.09)                   $0.00               $O.OC


682 - Juvenile Offender Equ~p~nent                   $0.00                 $0.00                    $0.00               $O.OC


683 - Gun Violence Prosecution                       $0.00                 $0.00                    $0.00               $O.OC


684 - Defense Service ICJIA Grant                    $0.00           $15,182.46                     $0.00               $O.OC


685 - Drug Court Program Grnt                        $0 00                $16 68                    $0 00               $0 OC


686 - Sher~ff
            L~vescan
                   Eqp Grnt                          $0 00           $1 7,232 67                    $0 00               $0 OC


699 - Garnishments                                   $0.00               $213.04                    $0.00               $O.OC
                                      I                       I                     I                        I

                                                              ppp
                                                                    $143,796 56                     $0 00               $0 OC


R P C Co~nb~ned
             Fund                                    $0 00                 $0 00             $1,325,049 61              $0 OC


      Cornb~ned
H~ghway       Fund                                   $0 00                 $0.00              $621,753 75               $0 OC
                                      I                       I                     I                        I
Construction Combined Fund                           $0.00                 $0.00              $693,884.3 1              SO.0C
                                      I                       I                     I                        I


Trust & Agency Combined Fund                         $0.00                 $0.00             $4,364,929.30              $O.OC
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                                          ---------------.                              ---------------- ---------------
                                                                                        ---------------.


Grand Totals                                $1 7,456,000.00       $1 1,270,154.86            $8,415,384.93       $5,294,872.9C
/ As of the end of:                                                                                 March 2006
    Daniel J. Welch-Champaign County Treasurer
                                                                                                                                      Oo of
                                                                                                                                       /

    Investment Type                                                        Number                      Amount                       Portfolio
    _   _   _   ~   .....................
                     ~   ~    ~   ~   ~    ~   ~    _    ~   ~   1 .......................
                                                                   _   L    ~    ~   ~       j .........................   / .........................
    Certificates of Deposit                                                     42                   $17,456,000.00                 51.31%
    Bank Accounts - Cash                                                         8                      $631,311.81                  1.86%
    111. Funds - M.M. Accounts                                                   7                    $8,4 15,384.93                24.74%
    Ill. Funds - Prime Fund Accounts                                             4                    $2,223,458.12                  6.54%
    2003 Bond Proceeds                                                                                $1,244,987.69                  3.66%
    County Motor Fuel Investments                                                                     $4,049,885.21                 11.90%




i
1 Totals
                                                                                                                                      % of
    Investment Aging Report                                                Number                      Amount                       Portfolio
    ..................................................            .......................     ------------------------- ------------------------.
                          1 - 30 Days                                           0                              $0.00                           0.00%
                        31 - 60 Days                                             0                             $0.00                           0.00%
                        61 - 90 Days                                             3                     $575,000.00                             3.29%
                       91 - 180 Days                                            25                   $13,3 12,000.00                          76.26%
                          181+ Days                                             14                    $3,569,000.00                           20.45%
                                                                                              --------------
    Totals                                                                      42                   $17,456,000.00                         100.00%
1      #   1   Dept.   1   Purchased     /     Bank       1   Account Number   1   Due   1   Rate   1   Amount     'Term   1   Ea~nings
I-

     - 6 13 01/06/2006
     I -                                      Ogden        CD# 29754   04/07/2006            4 350%     $150,000 00     91   $1,626 78
2     475   11/10/2005                         Busey      CD# 113616   04/07/2006            4 150%       $50,000 00   148     $841 37
3    475    10/07/2005                         Busey      CD# 113603   04/07/2006            3 810%     $100,000 00 - $1,899 7 8
                                                                                                                       182
- 671 10/07/2005
4
5     085   01/06/2006
                                               Busey
                                              Ogden
                                                          CD# 113604
                                                           CD# 29756
                                                                       04/07/2006
                                                                       04/07/2006
                                                                                             3 810%
                                                                                             4 400%
                                                                                                    7    $500,000 00
                                                                                                                      - $3,324 62
                                                                                                                       182
                                                                                                                        91   $5,484 93
6     090   02/03/2006                        Mtdwest     CD# 493459   04/07/2006            4 250%      $300,000 00    63   $2,200 68
- 6 17
7           1010712005                         Busey      CD# 113602   04/07/2006            3 810%      $225,000 00   182   $4,274 5 1
 8    475   08/12/2005                        Ogden        CD# 29580
                                                              ~~~~~
                                                                       04/07/2006            3 790%      $150,000 00   238   $3,706 93
9     303   01/06/2006                        Ogden        CD# 29755   04/07/2006            4 400%      $590,000 00    91   $6,472 22
10    084 - 01/06/2006 1                      M~dwest     CD# 493485   04/07/2006            4 200%    $1,500,000 00    91  $15,706 85
- 085 01/13/2006
11                                             Busey      CD# 1 13636  04/21/2006            4 230%    $1,000,000 00     98 $1 1,35726
12    086   1012112005                         Busey      CD# 113614   0412 1 /2006          4 100%      $600,000 00   182  $12,266 30
I3    106  101/13/2006                         Busey      CD# 1 13638  0412 1/2006       1   4 230% /    $700.000 00    98   $7,950 08
14    086   0 1/20/2006                       Ogden        CD# 29770   0412 1/2006           4 450%     $300,000 00     91   $3,328 36
15    089   0211712006                        M~dwest     CD# 493446   04/28/2006            4 490%      $175,000 00     70  $1,506 92
16    303   02/03/2006                        M~dwest     CD# 493460   05/05/2006            4 320%      $487,000 00     91  $5,245 19
17    475   10/07/2005                         Busey      CD# 1 13601  05/05/2006            3 810%      $300,000 00   210   $6,576 16
18    475   0910912005                        Ogden        CD# 29602   05/05/2006            4 050%      $300,000 00   238   $7,922 47
 19   108   12/30/2005                         Ogden       CD# 29748   05/05/2006            4 420%      $140,000 00   126   $2,136 13
- 106 02/10/2006
20  -                                           CIB       CD# 1563063  05/12/2006            4 500%      $600,000 00     91  $6,731 51
21    089   03/10/2006                        Ma~n St     CD# 125747   05/12/2006            4 560%      $ lO0,OOO 00    63    $787 07
22    085   0112012006                         Busey      CD# 113640   05/12/2006            4 320%    $1,375,000 00   112  $18,22685
23  Co Coll 01/13/2006                         Busey      CD# 1 13639  0511 9/2006           4 3 10%   $1,800,000 00   126  $26,781 04
24 - 0211712006
- 085 -                                       M~dwest     CD# 493447   05119/2006            4 570%    $1,500,000 00     91 5 17,090 55
25    614   0211 712006                       M~dwest     CD# 493445   05/19/2006            4 570% - $350,000 00
                                                                                                      -                  91  $3,987 79
26    107   0211 712006                       M~dwest     CD# 493448   05/19/2006            4 570%      $400,000 00     91  $4,557 48
- 074
27          12/30/2005                         Ogden       CD# 29745   05/26/2006            4 420%      $240,000 00   147   $4,272 26
28
29
      074
      618
            01/06/2006
            03/10/2006
                                              M~dwest
                                                CIB
                                                          CD# 493484
                                                          CD# 1566991
                                                                       05/26/2006
                                                                       06/09/2006
                                                                                             4 300%
                                                                                             4 580%
                                                                                                         $335,000 00
                                                                                                         $600,000 00
                                                                                                                       140
                                                                                                                         91
                                                                                                                             $5,525 21
                                                                                                                             $6,851 18
30    085   03/10/2006                          CIB       CD# 1566983  06/09/2006            4 650%    $1,000,000 00     91 $11,593 15
31
- 303       03/10/2006                        Ma~n  St    CD# 125746   06/09/2006            4 570%      $350,000 00     91   $3,987 79
- 086
32          0311 712006                       M~dwest     CD# 5 10430  06/16/2006            4 600%      $150,000 00     91   $1.720 27
33    475   1111012005                        Mldwest     CD# 493355   0611 612006           4 250%      $400,000 00   218  $10.153 42
34    074   12/30/2005                         Ogden       CD# 29744   06/27/2006            4 450%      $190,000 00   179    $4.146 42
35    106   0 1/06/2006                        Busey      CD# 113628   06/27/2006    p-
                                                                                      p




                                                                                         1
                                                                                             4 450%      $350,000 002         $7,339 45
- 106
36          0111312006                       Bk of Rant   CD# 920187
                                                          CD# 920185
                                                                       06/27/2006
                                                                       06/29/2006
                                                                                             4 395% -
                                                                                             4 270%
                                                                                                                 2
                                                                                                         $355,000 00
                                                                                                         $189,000 00   202
                                                                                                                              $7,053 07
                                                                                                                              $4,466 30
                                                        - CD# 1 13627  07/07/2006            4 450%      $150,000 00   1821   $3,328 36
      39       475         12/09/2005        Bk of Rant   CD# 920186   07/07/2006            4 270%      $300,000 00   210    $7,370 14
      40       627         01/27/2006        Bk of Rant -
                                                      .
                                                          CD# 920188   0712 1 /2006          4 465%      $100,000 00   175    $2,140 75
      41       074         12/09/2005          Busey       CD# 113623  07/28/2006            4 360%      $180,000 00   23 1   $4,966 82
      42       475         0 1/06/2006         Busey
                                                   -       CD# I I3629         1
                                                                       0811 1/2006           4 450%
                                                                                              p p
                                                                                                                 3
                                                                                                         $200,000 00          $5,291 23
      43       475         03/10/2006         M~dwest      CD# 493589  09/08/2006            4 700%      $300,000 00    182   $7,030 68
    Collection        Sales             Quai-ter Cent        Income             Personal Prop.        Local Use          OTB              County Auto
                                                                                                                                                                                   J
                                    ppp
                                                                                                                                                                          Totals
     Peliod           Tax               p
                                         Sales Tax
                                         ppp
                                                               Tax               Replace Tax            Tax




% Change
                 I
                          11.13%/
                                    I
                                                4.96%    1
                                                         I
                                                                  10.19%/
                                                                            I
                                                                                        15.85%    /
                                                                                                  I
                                                                                                           16.65%
                                                                                                                     I
                                                                                                                           -11.51%
                                                                                                                                      I
                                                                                                                                                 4.19%
                                                                                                                                                           I       I
                                                                                                                                                                              8.66%



% Change                 -1 1.72%                1.04%            1 1.55%           NIA                    23.06%          -13.86%              -5.14%                        3.80%

Mar.05                $8 1,478.39         $485,320.04                               $43,852.19          $52,288.27        $6,855.41           $1,1 11.35                 $670,905.65

% Change                  -5.87%                2.42%          -100.00%                -26.60%    /        2 1.90%          -1.02%              -2.24%                      -19.83%

Aor.05                                                                                                                                                                         ~nnn
% Changc         --100.00%                   -100.00%          -100.00%               -100.00%           -100.00%         -100.00%            - 100.00%                    -100.00%

May.05                                                                                                                                                                         $0.00

% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          -100.00%              - 100.00%           -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%
                                                                                                                                                  -   -                    -100.00%

Ju11.05                                                                                   $0.00                                                                                $0.00

% Change               - 100.00%             -100.00%          -100.00%             NIA                  -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%                     -100.00%

Ju1.05                                                                                                                                                                         $0.00

% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          -100.00%              -100.00%            -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%                     -100.00%

Aug.05 -
-                                                                                                                                                                              $0.00

% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          - 100.00%             -100.00%            -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%         i           -100.00%

Sep.05                                                                                    $0.00                                                                                $0.00

% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          - 100.00%            N/ A
                                                                                    -    -- 100.00%
                                                                                          -                               -100.00%                                 --100.00%

Oct.05                                                                                                                                                                        $0.00

% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          -100.00%              -100.00%            -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%                     -100.00%

Nov.05                                                                                    $0.00                                                                               $0.00

% Change               - 100.00%             -100.00%          -100.00%             NIA                  -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%                     -100.00%



% Change               -100.00%              -100.00%          -100.00%              -100.00%            -100.00%         -100.00%            -100.00%
------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- -------------
------------- -------------               ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- -------------

Totals:              $238,83 1.27       $1,244,982.40        $5 13,574.29         $169,560.23         $1 14,314.02       $19,771.53           $3,875.05        / $2,304,908.79
                                                                                                                                                               /       $2,304,908.79
% Change                -74.98%               -73.26%           -80.03%               -80.26%             -70.21%          -78.50%             -78.61%                      -75.83%
                                                       - -


Feb.05           $342,105.22                         $342,105.22

% Change        1.81%

Mar.05           $436,404.16       $14,106.63        $450,510.79

% Change        1.59%

Apr.05
-                                                          $0.00

% Change       -100.00%

May.05                                                     $0.00

% Change       -100.00%

Jun.05                                                      $0.00

% Change       -100.00%

Ju1.05     1                                               $0.00

% Change       - 100.00%

Aug.05                                                      $0.00

% Change       -100.00%



% Change       -100.00%
           I                   I                I




% Change       -100.00%



% Change       -100.00%



% Change       -100.00%        /
Totals         $1,127,594.89   1   $14,106.63   1   $1,141,701.52
        2006
      Collection   Travelers Stay Inn             Totals
       Period


1 Jan. 2006                    $77 1.OO               $77 1.OO     1




1 Sep. 2006
I




1 Nov. 2006                                                $0.00   1
    Totals:                  $2,479.00    $0.00     $2,479.00
                       FROM:                                                                    TO:                                    Date
                        Fund                Fund                        Amount                  Fund                Fund               Paid
                       Number               Name                                               Number               Name               Back
               / __       _     /
                        _____-___
                               . _ _
                                .___. _                       . _I ------ -----------__----/
                      ___.____._ . _ _ - _ _ _ ~ - - ~ ~ ~ - - ~ ~ - - ~ ~ - - -
                                                                 ------------------------------         _
                        476         Self-Funded Insurance                   $5,000.00           675         Victim Advocacy Grant
                        475          R.P.C. Development                                                       Regional Planning
                        475          R.P.C. Development                                                       Regional Planning
                        476         Self-Funded lnsurance                                                    Domestic Viol. Pros.
                        476         Self-Funded lnsurance                                                   Victtm Advocacy Grant
                        475          R.P.C. Development                                                       Regional Planning
                        475          R.P.C. Development                                                       Regional Planning
                        476         Self-Funded Insurance                                                     Liability Insurance
                        476         Self-Funded Insurance                                                     Juvenile Info Share
                        085           County Motor Fuel                                                        County Highway
                        476         Self-Funded Insurance                                                     Liability Insurance
                        476         Self-Funded lnsurance                                                    Domestic Viol. Pros.
                        476         Self-Funded lnsurance                                                         Drug Court
                        106         Public Safety Sales Tax                                                 Self-Funded lnsurance
                        476         Self-Funded Insurance                                                        Mental Health
  0212812006            476         Self-Funded Insurance                $1 1 7,000.00          108         Developmental Disabil.   0310612006




Outstanding Loan Amounts By Fund:                                                                                March 2006
                   Fund                     Fund                         Amount
                  Number                    Name
Totals        $2,233,869.42   $167,560.01   $22,499.39   $2,378,930.04
Balance To:                                              $2,378,930.04
                                                                 $0.00
                                       Balance Per                                                       Current
                  Accounts            February 2006          Receipts            Distribution            Balance

  Real Estate                                    $0.00                $3.55              $3.55                  ( $0.00)
  Mobile Home                                 $346.25         $65,602.29 I
                                                               .    .                    $0.00              $65.948.54
  Back Taxes
                                  I
                                            $3,527.58    i         $839.49 I             $0.00
                                                                                                     I

                                                                                                     I       $4[367.07     I
  InterestIPenalty                          $4; 196.83           $2,402.74           $4,196.83               $2,402.74
  Advance Payments                      $2,146,851.34                 $0.00              $0.00           $2,146,851.34
1                                                                                                                          1
                                  1                      0                   I                       I

  Transfer                                       $0.00   1       $4,134.93 1         $4,134.93   1
                                                                                                 I
                                                                                                                ( $0.00)
  Collector Interest                       $14,970.38              $613.78               $0.00              $15,584.16
  Special Taxes                                  $0.00                $0.00              $0.00                    $0.00
  Due to Taxing District                   $23,421.99            $1,136.40               $0.00              $24,558.39
  Pollution Control                              $0.00                $0.00              $0.00                    $0.00
  Railroads                                      $0.00                $0.00 I            $0.00                    $0.00
I Cost
                                  1

                                                 $0.00
                                                         I
                                                         I            $0.00 I            $0.00
                                                                                                 I

                                                                                                 1                $0.00    I
  0veriShot-t                              $19,166.96              $182.99             $179.00              $19,170.95
  Duplicate Payments                        $3,079.69                 $0.00 ,            $0.00               $3,079.69
/ ~ u from axing District
        k
                                  I


                                  I
                                         ( $13,024.85)
                                                         I

                                                         1            $0.00 1        $8,566.88   1        ( $21,591.73)    1
  Partial paymenis                         $26,249.33            $1,890.28               $0.00              $28,139.61
  Pilot                                          $0.00        $85,308.55                 $0.00              $85,308.55
  R.E. Distribution                              $0.00                $0.00              $0.00                    $0.00
I R.E./Drainaae Distribution      I              $0.00   I            $0.00 I1           $0.00   I                $0.00    I
                                  I
                                                         i                                                                 1
                                                                                                 I

t~elinauent   Tax Trustee                   $4.417.61                 $0.00 I            $0.00   I           $4,417.61
  unclaimed Property                          $666.31                $26.81              $0.00                 $693.12
  City of Champaign Streetscape                  $0.00                $0.00              $0.00                    $0.00
  Credit Card Returns                            $0.00                $0.00              $0.00                    $0.00


                                        $2,233,869.42        $162,141.81            $17,081.19           $2,378,930.04
    Balance to:                                                                                          $2,378,930.04
                                          PURCHASES NOT FOLLOWING THE PURCHASING POLICY, AND EMERGENCY PURCHASES

PARENT COMMITTEE DEPARTMENT               APPROPRIATION # VR#IPO#           \RIP0 DATE DESCRIPTION                         VENDOR                   AMOUNT



FY2005 EXPENDITURES PAID IN FY2006

Facilities          * NH Construction 070-010-533.07         VR#070-083       03109106     Nov mold remediation     Alliance Environmental
                    * NH Construction 070-010-533.07         VRM70-084        0310906      Nov mold remediation     Alliance Environmental      $
                    *   NH Construction   070-010-544.29     VRM70-086        03109106     Nov mold remediation     P.K. Demars                 $
                    *   NH Construction   070-010-533.36     VRM70-087        03109106     Nov mold remediation     P.K. Demars                 $
                    *   NH Construction   070-010-533.07     VR#070-091       03116106     Nov mold remediation     Delta Services              $


Environment &       *   RPC               075-670-533.70     VRM29-429        03130106     Advertisement 11130      C-U Mass Transit District   $
Land use            *   RPC               075-670-522.02     VRM29-430        03130106     Paper 11115              University of Illinois      $


Justice & Social    * Sheriff             080-040-533.40     VR#040-128       04104106     Squad car repair         Gallo-Miller Paint& Repair $
Services

                                          ******According t o Illinois Attorney General and Champaign County State's Attorney,
                                              the Purchasing Policy does not apply t o the office of elected officials.******

** Paid- For Information Only
                          CHAMPAIGN COUNTY BOARD
                          COMMITTEE ADDENDUM


                          FINANCE COMMITTEE
                          Brookens Administrative Center, Lyle Shields Meeting Room
                          (formerly Meeting Room 1)
                          1776 E. Washington, Urbana
                          Thursday, April 6, 2006 – 7:00 p.m.

CHAIR:                    Brendan McGinty

MEMBERS:                  Avery, Bensyl, Betz, Doenitz, Gross, O’Connor, Tapley, Wysocki

        ITEM                                                                                     PAGE NO.

V.      BUDGET AMENDMENTS/TRANSFERS
        f. Budget Amendment #06-00047                                                            1
           Fund/Dept: 850-672 Geographic Information System Joint Venture – Aerial
           Photography Project
           Increased Appropriations: $10,000
           Increased Revenue: $0
           Professional services contract payments for FY06 were greater than originally
           anticipated. Sufficient revenue already received to cover the increased
           appropriations.

        g. Budget Amendment #06-00048                                                            2
           Fund/Dept: 850-673 Geographic Information System Joint Venture –
           Topography Project
           Increased Appropriations: $30,000
           Increased Revenue: $0
           Professional services contract payments for FY06 were greater than originally
           anticipated. Sufficient revenue already received to cover the increased
           appropriations.




Champaign County Administrative Services                                                 Barbara Wysocki
1776 E. Washington St.                                                               County Board Chair
Urbana, IL 61802                                                            Debra Busey and Denny Inman
217-384-3776                                                                       County Administrators

				
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