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					SPARTANBURG COUNTY,
   SOUTH CAROLINA




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED
   OPERATING BUDGET
Prepared by the Spartanburg County
   Office of Budget Management
                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents ............................................... TC-1            Office of Emergency Management ................... E14
                                                                                  Hazardous Materials ......................................... E16
Community and Government Profile ................... A                            Emergency Services Academy......................... E17
 Spartanburg County Government Profile ........... A1                             Communications – County ............................... E19
 Spartanburg County Council Members .............. A2                             Communications – Maintenance ...................... E20
 Demographics .................................................... A3             Communications – Operations ........................ E21
 Commerce and Labor ......................................... A4                  Communications – Operations – 9-1-1 ............. E22
 Transportation .................................................... A5           Communications – Transfers – 9-1-1 ............... E23
 Education............................................................ A5         Environmental Enforcement ............................. E24
 Recreation and Culture ...................................... A6                 Volunteer Fire Departments ............................. E27
 Miscellaneous Statistics ..................................... A8                Rescue Squads ................................................ E28

Budget Overview ................................................... B           Judicial.................................................................... F
County Administrator’s Transmittal Letter ....... B1                              Judicial Financial Summary ................................ F1
FY 09/10 Recommended Budget Summary .......... B9                                 Judicial Personnel Summary .............................. F3
FY 09/10 Consolidated Revenue Summary ........ B10                                Clerk of Court...................................................... F5
Significant Revenue Overview............................. B16                     Circuit Solicitor .................................................... F6
FY 09/10 Consolidated Expenditure Summary ... B20                                 Circuit Solicitor – Confiscated Assets ................. F7
FY 09/10 Expenditures by Type .......................... B23                      Circuit Solicitor – Grants ..................................... F8
County Organization Chart .................................. B25                  Magisterial Court ................................................ F9
List of Principal County Officials .......................... B26                 District Magistrates ........................................... F10
FY 09/10 Authorized Personnel Summary .......... B28                              Master-In-Equity ............................................... F11
FY 09/10 Budget Ordinance ................................ B29                    Probate Court ................................................... F12
                                                                                  Public Defender ................................................ F13
Operating                                                                         Pre-Trial Intervention – Adult ............................ F14
                                                                                  Pre-Trial Intervention – Juvenile ....................... F15
County Leadership ................................................ C              Juvenile Arbitration ........................................... F16
 County Leadership Financial Summary ............. C1                             Victim Witness Program ................................... F17
 County Leadership Personnel Summary ........... C3
 County Council ................................................... C5          Public Works .......................................................... G
 County Delegation .............................................. C6             Public Works Financial Summary ....................... G1
 County Administrator’s Office ............................. C7                  Public Works Personnel Summary ..................... G3
 Legal Services .................................................... C9          Public Works Administration ............................... G5
                                                                                 Public Works Engineering .................................. G6
Tax Collection ........................................................ D        Roads and Bridges ............................................. G8
  Tax Collection Financial Summary ..................... D1                      Road Maintenance Fee ...................................... G9
  Tax Collection Personnel Summary ................... D3                        State “C” Funds ................................................ G10
  Auditor ................................................................ D5    Solid Waste Fund ............................................. G11
  Treasurer ............................................................ D6      Palmetto Landfill Fund ...................................... G18
  Assessor’s Office ................................................ D7          Stormwater Management Fund ........................ G19
  Delinquent Tax ................................................... D8
  Delinquent Tax – Contract Services ................... D9                     Planning and Land Use ......................................... H
                                                                                  Planning and Land Use Financial Summary ...... H1
Public Safety .......................................................... E        Planning and Land Use Personnel Summary .... H3
 Public Safety Financial Summary....................... E1                        Planning and Development ................................ H5
 Public Safety Personnel Summary ..................... E3                         Transportation Planning ..................................... H8
 Sheriff’s Office .................................................... E5         Communications – Planning & Dev. – 9-1-1 ...... H9
 Sheriff’s Office – Civil Process ........................... E6                  Building Codes ................................................. H10
 Sheriff’s Office – Grants ..................................... E7               Outside Agencies ............................................. H11
 Detention Facility ................................................ E8
 Detention Facility – Home Detention ................ E10
 Coroner............................................................. E11
 Emergency Medical Services ........................... E13


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                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
Operational Support ................................................ I           Capital Projects Reserve Fund ........................... O5
 Operational Support Financial Summary ............. I1                          Debt Service ....................................................... O6
 Operational Support Personnel Summary ........... I3
 Registration and Elections.................................... I5             Fund Detail ............................................................. P
 Human Resources ................................................ I6            General Fund ...................................................... P1
 Office of Budget Management.............................. I7                   Road Maintenance Fee Fund ............................. P3
 Finance Department ............................................. I8            Stormwater Management Fund .......................... P4
 Internal Auditor ................................................... I10       Solid Waste Fund ............................................... P5
 Register of Deeds ............................................... I11          SADAC Fund ...................................................... P6
 Records Management ........................................ I12                Community Development Fund .......................... P7
 Purchasing.......................................................... I13       Capital Projects Reserve Fund ........................... P8
 Information Technologies ................................... I14               9-1-1 Phone System Fund.................................. P9
 Geographic Information Systems ....................... I16                     Palmetto Landfill Fund ...................................... P10
 Facilities Maintenance ........................................ I17            County Recreation Commission Fund .............. P11
 Fleet Services ..................................................... I18       Hospitality Tax Fund ......................................... P12
 Non-Departmental .............................................. I19            Jail Maintenance Fund ..................................... P13
                                                                                Capital Projects Fund ...................................... P14
Community and Economic Development ............ J                               Workforce Investment Board Fund ................... P15
 Comm. and Econ. Dev. Financial Summary ....... J1                              Spartanburg Community College Fund ............ P16
 Economic Development ...................................... J3                 Charles Lea Center Fund ................................. P17
 Community Development Fund ........................... J4                      Public Library System Fund.............................. P18

Health and Human Services ................................. K                  Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) ........................... Q
 Health and Human Svcs Financial Summary..... K1                                What is a CIP? .................................................... Q1
 Health and Human Svcs. Personnel Summary .. K3                                 Benefits to the County ........................................ Q1
 Veterans Affairs .................................................. K5         What is a Capital Project? .................................. Q2
 Indigent Care Services ....................................... K6              What is a Capital Project Budget? ...................... Q2
 SADAC ............................................................... K7       Objectives ........................................................... Q2
 Workforce Investment Board ............................ K14                    Support and Role Identification .......................... Q3
 Charles Lea Center .......................................... K15              Capital Improvement Plan Document ................. Q3
 Social Services – DSS – HRC.......................... K16                      FY 10-14 CIP Ordinance .................................... Q4
 Outside Agencies ............................................. K17             FY 10-14 CIP Rev & Exp Overview .................... Q7
                                                                                FY 2009/10 Capital Year Budget Rev. & Exp..... Q8
Recreation ............................................................... L    Summary of Projects w/ Funding Source ........... Q9
 Recreation Financial Summary ........................... L1                    Summary of Funding Source w/ Projects ......... Q14
 Recreation Personnel Summary ......................... L3                      Project Descriptions .......................................... Q17
 Parks and Recreation Commission ..................... L5                         County Buildings and Facilities ..................... Q17
 Hospitality Tax ................................................... L17          Public Works – Roads & Intersections .......... Q18
                                                                                  Public Works – Bridges ................................. Q19
Education ............................................................... M       Public Works – Sidewalks & Alt. Trans. ........ Q19
 Education Financial Summary............................ M1                       Public Works – Solid Waste .......................... Q20
 Spartanburg Community College ....................... M3                         Public Works – Stormwater Management ..... Q20
                                                                                  Public Safety ................................................. Q20
Quality of Life ......................................................... N       Technology .................................................... Q20
 Quality of Life Financial Summary...................... N1                       Comm & Econ Development ......................... Q21
 Spartanburg Co. Public Libraries ....................... N3                      Vehicle and Capital Equipment Repl... .......... Q22
 Accommodations Tax – 2%................................ N4                       Parks and Recreation .................................... Q22
 Outside Agencies ............................................... N6
                                                                               Debt Service ......................................................... R1
Transfers/Other ...................................................... O
  Transfers/Other Financial Summary .................. O1
  Transfers ............................................................ O3
  County Administrator’s Grants ........................... O4


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                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS

Appendices
 A - Authorized Staffing – All Pos. & Funds....... AA1
     FY 2009/10 Salary Splits…………………..AA18
 B - County Policies ........................................... AB1
     Summary of Financial Policies ................... AB3
     Revenue Policies ....................................... AB4
     Operating Budget Policies ......................... AB6
     Capital Improvement Policies .................... AB7
     Investment Policies .................................... AB8
     Accounting Policies .................................... AB8
     Debt Policies .............................................. AB9
 C- Ten-Year Financial Data.............................. AC1
     Revenues & Exp. Including FY 08 Budget to
     Actual ......................................................... AC3
     Revenues, Exp. & Changes in Fund Bal. .. AC4
     Road Maintenance Fee Fund .................... AC7
     Solid Waste Management Fund ................ AC8
     Stormwater Fund ....................................... AC9
 D – Glossary ..................................................... AD1




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                    GOVERNMENT PROFILE
Spartanburg County, founded in 1785 and incorporated in 1976 under the South Carolina Home Rule
Act, is located in the northwest Piedmont section of South Carolina. The County Seat, the City of
Spartanburg is located approximately 60 miles southwest of the City of Charlotte, North Carolina and
180 miles northeast of the City of Atlanta. Spartanburg County is part of the Greenville-Spartanburg-
Anderson Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The County has a land area of 814 square miles, and a
current population estimated at 275,534. The County is empowered by State of South Carolina law to
levy a property tax on both real and personal property within its boundaries.

The County has operated
under       the         Council-
Administrator       form     of
government      since     1976.
Policymaking and legislative
authority are vested in the
County      Council,      which
consists    of     a     Council
Chairman elected at-large and
six   (6)    District    Council
Members elected to four-year
staggered terms.

The    County      Council    is
responsible      for   passing
ordinances,     adopting    the
budget,              appointing
committees, and hiring the
County Administrator, County
Attorney, and Clerk to the
County Council. The County
Administrator is responsible for carrying out the policies and ordinances of the County Council and
overseeing the day-to-day operations of the county.

The citizens of Spartanburg County elect six (7) officials to direct departments in the County. Elected
officials include: Auditor, Treasurer, Circuit Solicitor (serving the 7th Circuit including Spartanburg and
Cherokee Counties), Clerk of Court, Probate Court, Coroner, and the Sheriff.

The County and its component units (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission; Spartanburg County Public
Library; Spartanburg County Parks and Recreation Commission; and various volunteer fire districts)
provide a full range of services including law enforcement, public health and social services, building
inspection, rural fire protection, libraries, road repair, maintenance and construction, recreation
emergency preparedness, judicial, and administrative services.

The annual budget serves as the foundation for Spartanburg County’s financial planning and control.
All departments and agencies of the county are required to submit requests for appropriation to the
County Budget Management Director in January of each year. The Budget Director uses these
requests as the starting point for developing a proposed budget that is presented to County Council for
review prior to June 30. County Council is required to hold a public hearing and adopt a final budget
after three readings no later than July 1, the start of the county’s fiscal year. The budget is prepared
by fund, function (e.g. public safety), and department (e.g. Sheriff’s Office). Department heads may
transfer appropriations within their department with the approval of the County Administrator. The
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County Administrator may transfer funds between departments. Budgetary control is established at the
department level by the Budget Ordinance (a copy of the Operating Budget Ordinance can be found on
page B29).




     SPARTANBURG COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBERS
                                       County Council




Pictured are: (Front row left to right) Councilwoman Jane Hall, Council Chairman Jeffrey A.
Horton, Councilman David Britt (Back row left to right) Councilman Dale Culbreth, Councilman
Tom Foster, Councilman Michael Brown, Councilman O’Neal Mintz, County Administrator D.
Glenn Breed


                       Spartanburg County Council Members as of April, 2009




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                                 COMMUNITY PROFILE
                                                        Demographics
                                                                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY POPULATION
Spartanburg County Population Estimate
(July 1, 2008, United States Census) ..... 280,738
Spartanburg County Population Estimate                                  285,000
(July 1, 2007, United States Census) ..... 275,534                      280,000

                                                                        275,000
*Sex                                                                    270,000
         Male ........................................... 131,810       265,000
         Female ....................................... 139,277
                                                                        260,000
*Race
                                                                        255,000
         White .......................................... 197,385
                                                                        250,000
         Black ............................................ 55,203
         Hispanic ......................................... 7,444       245,000
                                                                                    2001     2002    2003    2004     2005    2006      2007    2008
         Other .............................................. 6,777

*Number of Households ......................... 107,254
*Average Household Size ............................. 2.59                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY POPULATION
                                                                                     (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE OF GROWTH)
*Income per Household
      $0-$14,999..................................... 17,697          2.00%
      $15,000-$24,999 ........................... 15,446              1.50%
      $25,000-$34,999 ........................... 14,372
      $35,000-$49,999 ........................... 15,445              1.00%
      $50,000-$74,999 ........................... 20,486              0.50%
      $75,000-$99,999 ........................... 11,047
      $100,000-$149,999 ......................... 8,044               0.00%
      $150,000-$199,999 ......................... 2,789                           2001     2002     2003    2004     2005    2006     2007     2008
      $200,000 & Up ................................. 1,931


                                                HOUSEHOLD INCOME
                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                   $150,000-$199,999              $200,000 & Up
                                                          2%                           2%                           $0-$14,999
                                                                                                                       17%
                           $100,000-$149,999
                                  8%
        $75,000-$99,999
              10%



                                                                                                                                     $15,000-$24,999
                                                                                                                                           14%




                                                                                                       $25,000-$34,999
          $50,000-$74,999                                                                                    13%
               19%
                                                             $35,000-$49,999
                                                                   15%


         *Source of this information is the United States Census, based on a July 1, 2008 population of 280,738.
         The updated data for most of the demographics is not available from the US Census Bureau.

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                                      Commerce and Labor
Located in northwestern South Carolina, the county is part of the growing corridor along Interstate-85 (I-
85) between Charlotte, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia. The county’s population grew nearly
twelve percent (12%) in the 1980’s and twelve percent (12%) in the 1990’s. Since July 1, 2001, the
county has seen an eight and a half percent (8.5%) increase in population, to the July 1, 2008 estimate
of 280,738.

The     Spartanburg     County     Economic                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY MAJOR EMPLOYERS 
Development       Corporation      (SCEDC)                                         2008 DATA 
continues to drive international business
                                                           Company Name                         Employees  % of Workforce 
movement in Spartanburg County. With over
                                                           Spartanburg County Schools             5,185           3.9% 
eighty (80) international firms representing               Spartanburg Regional Medical Center    4,607           3.4% 
eighteen (18) countries, including BMW,                    BMW Manufacturing Corporation          5,400           4.0% 
Milliken, Michelin, Cryovac, Kohler and                    Sate of South Carolina                 2,387           1.8% 
Invista to name a few, it is only fitting that             Milliken and Company                    N/A            1.0% 
the New York Times reports Spartanburg                     Spartanburg County                     1,379           1.0% 
County as having the highest per capita                    Cryovac                                1,152           0.9% 
                                                           Mary Black Memorial Hospital           1,006           0.8% 
international investment in the nation.                    Michelin Tire Company                   952            0.7% 
Spartanburg County has also attracted                      Kohler Company                          909            0.7% 
nationally recognized headquarters of                      Source: 2008 Spartanburg County Comprehensive Annual  
companies such as Extended Stay America,                   Financial Report 
Advance America, and Denny’s.

Spartanburg County has a work force readily available to businesses looking to locate or expand in the
area. In March 2008, BMW Manufacturing Co. announced that it will hire five-hundred (500) new
workers by 2012 as part of an expansion plan to boost production capacity at the Spartanburg County
plant. Spartanburg County has also added Echostar Communications Corporation and expanded
operations at Adidas. In addition, Walmart, this year, will relocate its return center operation to
Spartanburg County and this will bring to the County approximately five-hundred (500) new jobs.

More than five-hundred (500) manufacturing firms call Spartanburg County home. While the textile
industry is still a major component in the industrial community, Spartanburg County has diversified its
manufacturing industries over the past thirty years. Such industries include automotive, food
processing, packaging, metalworking, and stamping. Clearly, business flourishes in this area as a
result of the I-85 corridor, the pro-business climate, the cultural amenities, and the unparalleled quality
of    life;  all    located    in   the   foothills  of    the    beautiful    Blue   Ridge    Mountains.
(http://www.spartanburgscedc.com.)

             SPARTANBURG COUNTY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE                             Based on information from the South
                   (rate based on February annually)
                                                                              Carolina Employment Commission, the
  12.0%                                                                       available labor force is approximately
  10.0%                                                                       140,000.      In February 2009, the
   8.0%                                                                       unemployment rate was at 11.5%.
   6.0%                                                                       This is in line with the State of South
   4.0%                                                                       Carolina unemployment rate, which
   2.0%                                                                       was 11.0% in February 2009.
   0.0%
          2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007    2008   2009




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                                      Transportation
Roads
Spartanburg County is served by Interstates 26 (I-26) and 85 (I-85). Major United States highways
serving the county include US 221, US 29, and US 176. Major South Carolina highways include SC 9,
SC 56, SC 295, SC 296, SC 101, SC 358, and SC 357.

Bus/Transit
Bus transit service is provide by the Spartanburg Regional Transportation Authority (SPARTA) as a
fixed route bus system within urban areas in and adjoining the city of Spartanburg, and as a demand-
response system for areas outside the city operated by the Spartanburg Regional Hospital System.
Interstate bus travel is provided by Greyhound bus lines.

Air
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) is located in Upstate South Carolina, midway
between the cities of Greenville and Spartanburg on I-85 (Exit 57). GSP has grown into one of the
finest airports in the country, steadily meeting the Upstate’s ever-increasing needs.
(http://www.gspairport.com). GSP serves approximately 1.4 million passengers and handles 22,000
tons of cargo, with two Federal Inspection Stations (FIS). It has an 11,000-foot runway, with a recent
expansion to accommodate such major corporations as BMW Manufacturing Company, LLC. There is
more than 42,000 square feet of cargo terminal space. Commercial airlines, including American,
Continental, Delta, Northwest, United Express, US Airway, and a new low-cost carrier Allegiant Airlines
was added in 2006. These airlines provided approximately seventy (70) departures, including non-stop
service to a number of major cities. (http://www.spartanburgscedc.com)

The Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport is located in the southwest section of the city of
Spartanburg off of Ammons Road. The airport serves over 100 local aircraft, as well as corporate jets
representing many of Spartanburg's largest companies (http://www.cityofspartanburg.org.)

Train
Rail traffic is furnished by Norfolk Southern and CSX for freight and Amtrak for passenger travel.

Ports
The Port of Charleston, the Georgetown Port, and Port Royal are located three (3) to four (4) hours
from Spartanburg County and easily accessible via major interstate. These ports are operated by the
South Carolina Port Authority and all of them provide container loading facilities.


                                          Education
Spartanburg County is served by seven (7) School Districts. Each school district is governed by
elected school board members, who appoint the District Superintendent. The Spartanburg County
School Districts have their own taxing authority and annual budgets are approved by the School Board
members. Those wishing to learn more on each individual school district will find the following
information helpful:




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District       Website                                                      Phone Number (Main Line)
District 1     http://www.spartanburg1.k12.sc.us/                                    (864) 472-2846
District 2     http://www.spartanburg2.k12.sc.us/                                    (864) 578-0128
District 3     http://www.spartanburg3.org/                                          (864) 279-6000
District 4     http://www.spartanburg4.org/                                          (864) 476-3186
District 5     http://www.spart5.k12.sc.us/                                          (864) 949-2350
District 6     http://www.spartanburg6.k12.sc.us/                                    (864) 576-4212
District 7     http://www.spart7.org/home.aspx                                       (864) 594-4400

In addition, Spartanburg County is also the home to the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind
(SCSDB) which offers programs for preschool, elementary, middle school, high school, sensory multi-
disabled, vocational and postsecondary educational students, as well as a variety of outreach and
support services. The main campus is in Spartanburg, and regional centers are located throughout the
state. The website for the school is http://www.scsdb.k12.sc.us/, and their phone number is (864) 585-
7711.

Spartanburg County is also the home to six (6) institutions of higher learning. Spartanburg Community
College and Spartanburg Methodist College offer two-year degree programs, while Wofford College,
Converse College, and the University of South Carolina – Upstate offer four-year and advanced
degrees. Sherman Chiropractic College is also located in the county.


                              Recreation and Culture
Spartanburg County is home to a wide variety of
features, attractions, recreational opportunities,
and a diverse culture, rich in history. Spartanburg
is host to multiple festivals, bike races,
arboretums, gardens, entertainment events, and
sites of historical significance, such as the Walnut
Grove Plantation. Many of our sites are geared
towards children, including Cleveland Park (an
Island Gazebo located at Cleveland Park pictured
to the right), Hollywild Animal Park, orchards,
playgrounds, etc.

For sports fans, the Carolina Panthers Training
Camp is held at Wofford College each summer.
Multiple athletic complexes are spread throughout
the county, providing public facilities for baseball,
soccer, football, softball, basketball, tennis, etc.
College sports events are offered by all three (3) four-year colleges and over 100 golf courses are
located throughout the upstate. Outdoor opportunities are furthered by our numerous lakes, walking
trails and equine trails in Croft State Park. Croft State Park also offers camping facilities.

The Chapman Cultural Center opened in October of 2007. It is a three building complex which is
owned and operated by The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg and serves as the anchor of
Spartanburg’s vast cultural interests. It houses the Spartanburg Art Museum, Science Center, Youth
Theatre, Repertory Company, County Regional History Museum, Artists’ Guild Gallery, Music
Foundation, and Ballet Spartanburg.

Spartanburg is rich in history that dates back to Colonial times with numerous historical sites to enjoy
with the entire family. The Magnolia Street Train Depot is one of the oldest buildings in the city and
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explains why Spartanburg was called the “Hub City.” It now serves as home to Amtrak, Spartanburg
County Visitor’s Bureau, and Hub City Farmer’s Market. Walnut Grove Plantation, The Seay House,
and The Price House are 18th century homes that allow visitors to experience life during Revolutionary
times. There are also numerous buildings downtown on Morgan Square that date back to the 1880’s.
The square was named for Daniel Morgan, the general who led the American troops at the Battle of
Cowpens.

 For more information regarding Spartanburg County and its offerings, visit www.visitspartanburg.com.




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                                                            Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                  Miscellaneous Statistics
         Founded .................................................................................................................................................. 1785
         Date of Incorporation (South Carolina "Home Rule Act") ........................................................................ 1976
         Form of Government ………………………………………………………………………….Council-Administrator
         Number of employees (excluding police, fire, and detention) ................................................................. 955
         Area in square miles ............................................................................................................................... 814
         Spartanburg County facilities and services
         Miles of streets and roads ........................................................................................................................ 1,794
         Culture and Recreation:
         Community recreation centers ................................................................................................................ 5
         Parks ....................................................................................................................................................... 27
         Park acreage............................................................................................................................................ 834
         Tennis courts .......................................................................................................................................... 25
         Libraries .................................................................................................................................................. 11
         Fire Protection:
         Number of stations .................................................................................................................................. 62
         Number of personnel and officers (paid/volunteers) ............................................................................... 3/1052
         Number of calls answered (annually)....................................................................................................... 13,000
         Number of inspections conducted ........................................................................................................... 1,728
         Police Protection (County Sheriff):
         Number of stations .................................................................................................................................. 2
         Number of personnel and officers ........................................................................................................... 321
         Number of patrol units ............................................................................................................................. 313
         Number of law violations:
         Physical arrests ....................................................................................................................................... 5,197
         Traffic violations ...................................................................................................................................... 12,384
         Detention Facility:
         Number of personnel and officers ........................................................................................................... 180
         Average inmate population ..................................................................................................................... 919
         Facilities and services not included in the reporting entity
         Sewerage Systems:
         Miles of sanitary sewers .......................................................................................................................... 884
         Number of treatment plants .................................................................................................................... 31
         Number of service connections ............................................................................................................... 29,420
         Daily average treatment in gallons ......................................................................................................... 11,965,000
         Maximum daily capacity of treatment plants in gallons ............................................................................ 42,325,000
         Water Systems:
         Miles of water mains ............................................................................................................................... 1,910
         Number of service connections .............................................................................................................. 86,915
         Number of fire hydrants .......................................................................................................................... 5,430
         Daily average consumption in gallons .................................................................................................... 79,505,000
         Maximum daily capacity of plants in gallons ........................................................................................... 84,714,800
         Education:
         Number of elementary, junior high and high schools .............................................................................. 68
         Enrollment ............................................................................................................................................... 43,754
         Spartanburg Technical College -- enrollment ......................................................................................... 4,459
         University of South Carolina - Upstate:
         Enrollment ............................................................................................................................................... 4,916
         Full-time faculty ....................................................................................................................................... 192
         Wofford College -- enrollment ................................................................................................................. 1,363
         Converse College -- enrollment .............................................................................................................. 1,881
         Spartanburg Methodist College -- enrollment ......................................................................................... 797
         S. C. School for Deaf and Blind (serves State) -- enrollment ................................................................. 402
         Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic -- enrollment ......................................................................... 289
         Hospitals:
         Number of hospitals ................................................................................................................................ 2
         Number of patient beds ........................................................................................................................... 922

Source: 2008 Spartanburg County Comprehensive Annual Financial Report




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                                             COUNTY, SOUT CAROLINAA
                                   9/10 RECOMM
                             FY 2009         MENDED OPER          GET
                                                        RATING BUDG




      April 20, 2009


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      The FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating Budget sets aside for one year our priority to
      attract and retain talented and capable staff able to perform a high level of public
      service. Given the current state of the economy, there is no cost of living adjustment
      included in the budget. Vacant positions “frozen” in the current fiscal year are to remain
      frozen through FY 2009/10. There are neither furlough days nor workforce reductions in
      the Recommended Operating Budget. The County’s workforce is stabilized and only a
      few new positions have become vacant in the past nine months. Health care costs are
      not increased this year, and workers’ compensation costs continue their downward
      trend. State imposed employer contributions to the State Retirement System have been
      deferred until FY 2010/11.

      The County’s current and future costs for retiree health care benefits continue to be an
      important and fiscally significant issue. As you are aware, the County is required by the
      Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) to define and account for future
      costs associated with retiree benefits in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
      (CAFR). An actuarial study estimated our liability on June 30, 2008 at $75 million, and
      this amount continues to grow.

      State Act 388 and Act 402 continue to present the County with a new set of challenges
      for managing our organization. The constraint on the County’s ability to raise revenue
      for operating needs is more acute as the County grapples with the reductions in the
      Local Government Fund that occurred this fiscal year and those planned for next fiscal
      year. As you are aware, State Act 388 virtually insists local governments take steps
      necessary to insure we preserve the minimal financial flexibility the Act allows. Failure to
      adjust annually as permitted by law only serves to further diminish our latitude to
      address future matters requiring resource-based solutions. To that end, and as
      permitted by law, my recommendation includes an adjustment in County operating
      millage rate for population growth and the change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
      The debt service millage will be reduced significantly this year which will offset the affect
      of this important incremental adjustment to the county operating millage.

      As of the date of this transmittal, County staff is continuing to develop scenarios to
      estimate the impact on our organization if changes are made to State Act 402 and if
      additional cuts are made to the Local Government Fund. State Act 402, in addition to
      imposing a 15% valuation increase limitation at the time of reappraisal, outlines tax base
      changes when property changes hands known as Assessable Transfers of Interest
      (ATI). We have been conservative in our estimate of tax revenue by assuming a 1.5%
      property tax base growth.     The loss of tax base growth from the 15% restriction will
      never be captured. Understanding that changes to the ATI will negatively impact our
      total revenue, we continue to work on tax revenue estimates and to refine our
      understanding of this pending legislative change.

      As you know, this budgeting process also includes the establishment of funding levels
      for a number of other tax district entities. Their requests are contained herein including
      several entities seeking an Act 388 based millage rate adjustment.

      I offer the FY 2009/10 Operating Budget Recommendation to you for your consideration,
      review and endorsement as appropriate. I suggest that the recommendations contained
      in this document reflect to the extent possible, Council’s direction for cost efficient and
      highly effective public service delivery.        I also suggest that these budget
      recommendations offer a fiscal equilibrium which is alternately conscious of our

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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      economic uncertainties, our tax payer’s burden and our community’s need to grow and
      develop responsibly.


      Executive Summary

      The total FY 2009/10 Operating Budget total from all sources is $148,398,769, a 6.2%
      reduction from FY 2008/09. The overall budget amount reflects a $5.2 million reduction
      (-5.8%) in the tax-supported General Fund portion of the budget, and as stated earlier,
      includes the Act 388 millage cap formula (3.8% CPI + 2% population growth) to add to
      the available fund balance. The tax base growth is estimated at 1.5%. Additional
      requests for Act 388 millage cap formulas include Parks and Recreation increasing their
      budget by $513,118 or 9.7% over last fiscal year to expand services and Spartanburg
      County Community College is requesting an increase in their budget by $331,830 (7%)
      to expand the Smart Jobs Program. The Library is not requesting a millage adjustment.
      Their proposed budget is $11,685,136, and represents a 3.5% increase. Charles Lea is
      not requesting a millage adjustment, and their budget is $1,278,000. This represents a
      4.81% increase.

      The Road Maintenance Fund Revenues increase 13% to $6,902,452 and includes
      budgeted use of fund balance of approximately $1 million. The Storm Water
      Management Fund revenue increases 55%. In addition to the 1 mil tax levy,
      approximately $303,000 in fund balance is budgeted for capital projects and for
      appropriations to the City of Spartanburg and the City of Greer for providing storm water
      management services within their municipal boundaries. The Solid Waste Fund
      decreases 25% because less fund balance is required for the equipment replacement
      program this fiscal year. SADAC’s revenues decrease 3.17% related to outside funding
      sources. The Special Revenue Fund is decreased 35% mainly attributable to shifting
      delinquent tax activities to their General Fund budget. The Debt Fund millage drops to
      2 mils, or 60%, as debt obligations are retired.

      Community Development (formerly Community and Economic Development),                    is
      requesting a 7% decrease in its revenues related to reduced Federal funding and
      General Fund support. The Capital Project Reserve Fund’s transfer to the Capital
      Improvement Plan Fund is reduced 80% reflecting projected capital project cost
      contributions. The 9-1-1 Fund is projecting a modest decrease of 2.83% reflecting their
      projected revenues for the current fiscal year. The Palmetto Landfill Fund will be closed
      at the conclusion of FY 2008/09, and related monitoring costs have been transferred to
      the Solid Waste Management Fund. The Hospitality Tax Fund is projecting an 8.5%
      increase in revenues based on actual collection activity.


      Creating a Safe and Secure Committee – Program Services

      For FY 2009/10, the Recommended Operating Budget includes a total of $57,549,709 to
      provide for the safety and security of our community. This proposed level of investment
      reflects a decrease of 4% over last year, attributable to reductions relating to the shift of
      fuel and fleet-related costs, with the exception of outside vehicle repairs, to the General
      Fund non-departmental department.         Monies derived from the tax supported General
      Fund provides 96% of the revenue necessary to support these services. The remaining
      $2.1 million in proceeds for this program are primarily received from grants and dollars
      collected from telephone surcharges.

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      As in years past, major departmental expenditures in this program occur in the Sheriff’s
      Office, Detention Facility, Emergency Communications Department, EMS, Clerk of
      Court, Circuit Solicitor, Magisterial Court, Probate Court, and Public Defender. The only
      substantive change in the program from the prior fiscal year includes the transfer of two
      previously grant-funded deputy positions to the General Fund. Detention center
      overtime and prisoner-related costs are expected to decrease from current spending
      levels based on average prisoner counts requiring no adjustment to this budget. Based
      on current year spending for Sheriff over-time, we believe there is no need for additional
      funding in the new fiscal year always mindful that extra-ordinary events may dictate a
      higher level of resources. No new positions are proposed.


      Excelling at Customer Service – Program Services

      The FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating Budget includes a total of $20,256,441 to
      provide for the administrative infrastructure required for our government’s service
      operations. The proposed funding level reflects a decrease of $1.7 million or (7.6%).
      Two GIS positions were shifted from General Fund to the 9-1-1 Fund where surcharge
      revenues are available to support dispatch-related activities. Additional operational
      savings were identified by each department as budgets were submitted for review, as
      well as property insurance costs were reduced. Monies derived from the tax supported
      General Fund provide 100% of the revenue necessary to support operations. In FY
      2007/08, an overhead allocation program was put into place to recover available dollars
      from funds using services provided by General Fund. The $1.2 million allocation is
      budgeted for the first time this fiscal year.

      Major departmental expenditures in this program occur in the County Administration,
      County Attorney, Assessor, Treasurer, Auditor, Delinquent Tax, Register of Deeds,
      Finance, Information Technologies, and Facilities Maintenance departments. In addition
      to departmental expenditures included under this effort, non-departmental monies are
      included as part of the total program recommendation. Non-departmental monies are for
      general government purposes and it is not appropriate for them to be included as part of
      any specific department budget. For example, fleet-related charges are now budgeted
      in Non-departmental; also the savings from “frozen” vacant positions and estimated
      workers’ compensations savings are budgeted here until the new rates are confirmed.
      Liability and property insurance premiums are also budgeted in Non-Departmental ($1.1
      million), as are County payments for retiree health plan benefits ($1.6 million).
      Delinquent Tax efforts related to the posting, sale and collection activities previously
      budgeted in the Special Revenue Fund have been shifted to the General Fund as the
      operations shift from contractor-provided to in-house services. Revenues offset this
      expense.


      Preserving the Community Infrastructure – Program Services

      The FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating Budget includes a total of $22,172,625 to
      provide for the maintenance, preservation, and improvement of the county’s
      infrastructure. The proposed funding level reflects a decrease of $2.8 million (11%) from
      the prior fiscal year. Monies derived from the tax supported General fund and tax
      supported Storm Water Fund provide $6,952,239 (31%) of the revenue necessary to


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      support operations. The remaining $15.2 million in revenue for this program is received
      from fees, State “C” fund contributions, and federal grant proceeds.

      Major departmental expenditures in this program occur in the Public Works, Solid Waste,
      Storm Water Management, and Planning Departments. A total of $389,500 is
      transferred from these service areas to the Capital Projects Fund to support efforts
      identified in the Capital Improvement Plan.          The overall commitment to the
      maintenance and improvement of our infrastructure remains high. Investment in road
      resurfacing and transportation safety improvements made possible by the Road
      Maintenance Fee ease the burden on General Fund tax dollars. Program services for
      the elimination of dirt roads, bridge maintenance, storm water outfall mapping, and
      routine maintenance of our road network are increased from FY 2008/09 but are more
      heavily reliant on reserves.

      Efforts to further explore and develop the County’s next generation land use planning
      models continue. Land use planning and likely revisions to how the community’s
      infrastructure is conceptualized and developed will impact future operating and capital
      budgets significantly.


      Enhancing the Quality of Life in Our Community – Program Services

      For FY 2009/10, Quality of Life program services which provide for education, recreation
      and care of County citizens constitute a total of $41,720,684, a 2% increase from the
      current budget. Monies derived from the tax supported General Fund provide
      $2,939,442 (7%) of the revenue necessary to support operations. Other tax supported
      monies include proceeds from the Hospitality Tax Fund, Parks and Recreation Fund,
      Community College fund, Charles Lea Fund, and Public Library Fund. Collectively these
      sources of monies provide $26,847,147 (64%) of the program resources. The remaining
      $11.9 million in revenue for this program is received from federal and State grants and
      State Aid to Local Subdivisions.

      Major departmental expenditures in this program occur in the Parks and Recreation
      Commission, Spartanburg Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (SADAC), Community
      Development, Indigent Care, Workforce Investment Board, Spartanburg Community
      College, Charles Lea Center, and the Spartanburg County Public Library System. For
      FY2009/10, those departments and agencies included in this program derive their
      monies from special purpose tax or tax district levies.

      Spartanburg Community College is requesting that their millage be increased by the Act
      388 cap to expand the Smart Jobs program to assist the citizens to become employed.
      The Smarts Jobs program was developed in 2004 using funding authorized by County
      Council to provide job skills trainings for those County citizens who have lost their jobs.
      These citizens are often not eligible for financial assistance and do not have money to
      pay tuition. To date, 1,400 citizens have enrolled in the basic program including a Job
      Readiness Workshop to prepare for job interviews. Nearly 800 citizens have entered
      Smart Jobs training programs, are continuing their skills training at Spartanburg
      Community College, or have been placed in a job. This year the program experienced a
      significant increase in unemployed citizens seeking help.

      Parks and Recreation is also requesting that their millage be adjusted by the Act 388
      cap to begin preparing for the financial impact of operating new park facilities. Included

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      in the FY 2010-14 Capital Improvement Plan is a list of Parks and Recreation capital
      projects, funded by the County’s Hospitality Tax. These projects, while revolutionizing
      our Parks infrastructure and ability to attract tourists, will have a significant impact on
      operational costs. By preparing for those impacts now, the Parks and Recreation
      Commission will be able to ensure that all new facilities are operated in a manner that
      meets public approval, preserves substantial public investment, and minimizes the long-
      term financial impact on tax payers.

      The County’s efforts to attract and retain quality business to our community continue to
      receive support for economic development in this recommendation, including funding for
      the Economic Futures Group at $232,800. Medical services for the indigent are
      provided at a total cost of $871,125, a 7% reduction from the current fiscal year. County
      funding to the broad array of non-profit organizations that support the health and human
      services of our population and protect our most at-risk citizens is recommended at
      $1,492,513. The Arts Partnership and Regional Museum are recommended to be
      funded at their current level of $266,150. Funding for job training and employment
      services through the federally funded Workforce Investment Board is included in this
      program at a total appropriation of $5, 631,723 which reflects a modest 1.4% decrease
      from the current fiscal year. Hospitality Tax expenditures are recommended at
      $2,605,000 and include $2,407,329 for capital projects reserve related to enhanced
      recreational infrastructure. The Community development program which utilizes federal
      Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds for assistance to low and
      moderate income families is recommended at $1,951,052 and reflects another decrease
      in federal funding, as well as reduced funding from the General Fund to offset postage
      charges.


      Debt Service and Other Transfers

      The Debt Service Fund collectively represents the County’s principal and interest
      payments required to retire debt obligations. These include General Obligation Bonds,
      Special Revenue Bonds, Refunding Bonds, Voter-Approved Bonds and lease
      obligations. The FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating Budget observes the County
      policy of adjusting the annual millage levy for debt according to debt service
      requirements. The portion of the Debt Fund supported by tax dollars is recommended to
      be reduced from 4.9 mils to 2 mils, a tax reduction of 2.9 mils. This is made possible by
      the County meeting a portion of its current debt obligation. Fund balance is budgeted to
      pay for new master leases to support technology and vehicle replacement programs.
      As part of the FY 2010-2014 Capital Improvement Plan, Council will be requested to
      consider several debt issues during the new fiscal year. Each issuance requires that an
      ordinance be adopted, and the budget will be amended as part of this process to reflect
      new debt issues.         As such, the Capital Budget Ordinance does not include
      appropriations for these debt issues, meaning that no funding may be spent without
      Council approval of the respective debt issue ordinance. No new tax-funded payments
      will be required in FY 2009/10.


      Fund Balance (Reserves)

      For Fiscal Year 2009/10 I am recommending that an appropriation of $2.5 million be
      deposited into our undesignated reserves to increase our fund balance. As previously
      noted, the importance of fund balance given the revenue constraints imposed upon us

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      cannot be overstated as we work our way through federal, State and local economic
      downturns. As noted in the FY 2006/07 and FY 2007/08 Audit Report to Council, the
      past few years has seen the County’s increased reliance on the use of fund balance to
      provide for routine operational expenses. The projections estimating an impact on fund
      balance from the current fiscal year are analyzed constantly. Even with the cost savings
      programs instituted this year, including deferring capital expenditures, shifting
      programming to relieve the burden on General Fund, freezing vacant positions, furlough
      days and instituting a Voluntary Time Off (VTO) Program combined with revised revenue
      estimates we may still require the use of fund balance. The FY 2009/10 budget does
      not presume to use any fund balance reserves to pay for budgeted expenditures, and a
      $2.5 million contribution to restore and reinforce our fund balance is recommended.


      Future Outlook

      While we remain optimistic for a rapid and robust recovery in the state and local
      economies, many believe it may be quite some time before economic growth returns to
      prior levels. However, it is important for us to recognize that even with the most rapid
      recovery, due to the nature and timing of our major revenue streams, it may be FY
      2011/12 or beyond before general fund revenues return to prior levels. Therefore we
      approach FY 2009/10 as a year of preparation. When the recession comes to an end,
      Spartanburg County will be well positioned to pursue prosperity. Nevertheless, the
      limitations placed upon the County will require creativity if we are to provide effective
      services that keep pace with growing citizen demand and support the creation of a
      prosperous community.

      At the writing of the transmittal letters for the FY 2007/08 and FY 2008/09 Operating
      Budget Recommendations, I noted that the “specific affect on the County revenue
      stream that results from State Act 388 and the voter approved limitation on property tax
      assessments is not entirely known…”. Two years later, the impact of this legislation
      becomes clearer. The proposed budget continues to position the County to meet the
      requirements of the law and maximizes the means to insure fiscal flexibility in these
      uncertain times. As stated last year, the implications of Act 402, however, remain
      unclear as we step away from the first reappraisal year under this new legislation and
      realizes the losses that can never be recaptured from the 15% assessment cap.
      Legislative changes to the statutory language regarding Assessable Transfers of Interest
      (ATI) have the potential to have a significant negative impact on the growth of our tax
      base. The County continues to meet these challenges, as well as the challenges for
      ever increasing public demands for service, responsiveness and accountability even in
      the face of historic economic constraints.

      With the FY 2009/10 Operating Budget Recommendation, I am proud to present this
      complex financial information in a way that makes priorities and objectives clear. I
      welcome discussion on both the form and content of this presentation. I envision future
      changes to the document which will have us speak with even greater clarity of the
      programs provided by County government, the relative effectiveness of those programs,
      and the resources necessary to yield for our citizens the services they seek. The staff of
      Spartanburg County Government continues to work as a team on all fronts, and I thank
      them for their continued service and dedication to our community.




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      In conclusion, Section 4-9-630(4) of the Code of Laws of the State of South Carolina,
      as amended, requires the County Administrator to prepare this document for Council’s
      review and consideration. I am pleased and honored to present the Fiscal Year 2009/10
      budget to you for your consideration. I look forward to working with you and our public
      on its adoption.

      Sincerely,




      D. Glenn Breed
      County Administrator




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FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET
REVENUE AND EXPENDITUTRE SUMMARY
           $148,398,769
                                       FY 2009/10 Recommended Revenues

                             Special Revenue Funds,
                                                         Debt Service Funds,           Other Funds, $3,552,721
                                 $3,120,795 , 2%
                                                           $5,582,680 , 4%                      3%


                Library & Education
                Funds, $17,175,136 ,
                        12%

           Public Works
              Funds,
         $14,368,783 , 10%




                    Health & Human
                    Services Funds,                    Parks & Rec/Hospitality                                                 General Fund,
                    $10,891,664 , 7%                   Tax Funds, $8,393,991,                                                $85,313,000 , 57%
                                                                6%



                                   FY 2009/10 Recommended Expenditures

                                                                   Debt 
      Public Works,  $19,324,179 , 
                                                          Service/Transfers/Other,       
                 13%                                                                                           Public Safety,  $44,824,813 , 
                                                              $6,699,308 , 5%
                                                                                                                           30%




           Recreation,  
         $8,393,992, 6%




           Judicial,  
        $12,724,896 9%
                                                                                                                                          Leadership,  
                                                                                                                                        $1,210,051 , 1%



                                                                                                                                 Operational Support,  
                                                                                                                                  $13,627,043 , 9%
      Tax Collection,  $5,428,347 , 
                   4%
                                                                                                                             Planning & Land Use,  
                                                                           Quality of Life,  $12,393,286 ,                     $2,848,447 , 2%
                      Health and Human Services,  
                           $13,331,155 , 9%                                               8%
                                                        Education,                                            Community Development,  
                                                      $5,490,000, 4%                                             $2,112,253 , 1%




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 FY 2009/10 CONSOLIDATED REVENUE
              SUMMARY
                                                       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09       FY 09/10        $ INC/DEC
Code    Re v e nue Source (Code )                      ACTUAL         ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         FY 09 TO 10

       Taxe s - Curre nt (7100)
 71000 Taxes - Current                                 35,161,792     37,384,577     42,052,000     45,615,000        3,563,000
 71001 Merchants Inventory                               804,000        803,892        804,000        804,000                   0
 71002 Homestead Exemption                              1,767,500      1,750,647      2,124,000      1,751,000        (373,000)
 71003 Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                             3,020,000      2,786,349      3,020,000      2,800,000        (220,000)
 71004 County Wide Fire Levy                              378,000        409,818        440,200        477,000          36,800
 71020 Accommodations Tax                                 40,000         48,251         46,000         46,000                   0
        Total, Taxe s - Curre nt                       41,171,292     43,183,534     48,486,200     51,493,000        3,006,800


       De linque nt Taxe s (7150)
 71003 Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                                       0              0              0              0                0
 71004 County Wide Fire Levy                                      0              0        6,600                0         (6,600)
 71350 Del. Tax - Prior Years                           1,750,000      1,692,908      1,750,000      1,500,000        (250,000)
 71351 Del. Tax - Current Year                          1,000,000      1,380,048      1,700,000      1,500,000        (200,000)
 72406 Costs                                                    0              0              0        875,000         875,000
        Total, De linque nt Taxe s                      2,750,000      3,072,956      3,456,600      3,875,000         418,400


       Pe rmits (7200)
 71700 Mobile Home Permits                               105,000         92,357        130,000         70,000          (60,000)
 71705 Building Permits                                  750,000        748,091        760,000        660,000         (100,000)
 71707 Billboard Permits                                  21,000         13,972         18,000         14,000            (4,000)
 71708 Development Standards                              18,000         24,983         26,000                 0        (26,000)
 71709 Grading/Water Sediment                             45,000         42,227         35,000         32,000            (3,000)
 71710 Septic Tank Permits                                11,350           5,907                0              0                0
 71712 Ordinance Sales                                         0              60                0              0                0
 71720 Junk Yard Permits                                  10,000           5,100          8,000                0         (8,000)
        Total, Pe rmits                                  960,350        932,697        977,000        776,000         (201,000)


       Fine s (7220)
 72050 Magistrate Court Fines                           3,200,000      3,720,604      3,500,000      3,250,000        (250,000)
 72055 Clerk of Court Fines                              175,000        200,483        225,000        200,000           (25,000)
        Total, Fine s                                   3,375,000      3,921,087      3,725,000      3,450,000        (275,000)


       Fe e s and Costs (7240)
 71801 Minor Subdivision Review                                   0              0              0        1,000           1,000
 71802 Major Subdivision Review                                   0              0              0        1,000           1,000
 71803 Minor Land Development Review                              0              0              0        7,500           7,500
 71804 Major Land Development Review                              0              0              0        3,000           3,000
 71805 Variance Fee                                               0              0              0        4,000           4,000
 71806 Misc Land Management Fee                                   0              0              0        3,000           3,000
 71820 MHP Annual Fee                                             0              0              0        2,000           2,000
 71821 Sign Off Premises-Annual                                   0              0              0      20,000           20,000
 71822 Junkyard-Annual Fee                                        0              0              0      10,000           10,000
 72400 Subdivision Processing Fees                        15,000         12,713         15,000         13,000            (2,000)
 72404 Animal Reclamation Fees                            12,000                 0              0              0                0
 72405 County Stamps                                    1,400,000      1,426,694      1,700,000      1,100,000        (600,000)
 72410 Register of Deeds Fees                            675,000        643,232        840,000        650,000         (190,000)
 72420 Probate Fees                                      400,000        501,285        460,000        550,000           90,000
 72424 DSS Filing Fee - Federal                           32,000         27,808         25,000         28,000            3,000
 72425 Clerk of Court Fees                               990,000       1,036,492      1,080,000      1,080,000                  0
 72426 Clerk of Court Incentive                          472,000        534,386        575,000        545,000           (30,000)
 72427 Public Defender                                    12,210          3,206         20,000              0           (20,000)
 72430 Master Fees                                       550,000        636,209        650,000        650,000                 0
 72435 Sheriff Fees                                       50,000         59,554         60,000         60,000                   0
 72440 Vital Statistics                                   80,000         80,817         94,000         85,000            (9,000)
 72441 DMV Decals                                        250,000        197,141        200,000        200,000                   0
        Total, Fe e s and Costs                         4,938,210      5,159,537      5,719,000      5,012,500        (706,500)




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                               PAGE B10
                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                      FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                           FY 06/07      FY 07/08       FY 08/09      FY 09/10      $ INC/DEC
Code     Revenue Source (Code)                             ACTUAL        ACTUAL         BUDGET        BUDGET       FY 09 TO 10

       Interest Income (7260)
 72750 Interest - Ordinary                               1,300,000     1,501,079     2,300,000      400,000      (1,900,000)
 72755 Interest - Delinquent Tax                           100,000        26,461       100,000       30,000         (70,000)
       Total, Interest Income                            1,400,000     1,527,540     2,400,000      430,000      (1,970,000)


         State Sources (7300)
 73471   Local Government Distribution                  12,236,100    14,626,958    15,659,000   12,394,000      (3,265,000)
 73485   Veterans Affairs                                   13,000        12,728        13,000       13,000               0
 73490   Public Defender - State Approp.                   232,000       443,346       380,000      675,000         295,000
 73491   Public Defender - Indigent Def.                   300,000       157,960       300,000            0        (300,000)
 73495   Election Expense                                  132,600       296,471       200,000      110,000         (90,000)
 73807   DHEC Grant/Rescue Squad                                 0             0             0            0               0
 73815   PARD Grant/Bingo                                   25,000             0             0            0               0
 75550   Tax Forms and Supplies                              8,000         8,249         8,000        8,000               0
         Total, State Sources                           12,946,700    15,545,712    16,560,000   13,200,000      (3,360,000)


       Federal Sources (7350)
 73805 Indirect Cost                                      179,000       210,482       193,000       212,780         19,780
 73812 Law Enforcement Grants                             240,000        91,948       137,000        10,000       (127,000)
 73830 Aerial Photo/GIS Grant                              10,000             0             0             0              0
       Total, Federal Sources                             429,000       302,430       330,000       222,780       (107,220)


         Miscellaneous (7400)
 71800   Misc Planning Products                                  0             0             0             0             0
 74160   Bond Service Fee                                        0             0             0             0             0
 74170   Cable TV Franchise                              1,118,000     1,422,408     1,301,000     1,301,000             0
 74173   Canteen                                           300,000       394,501       300,000       300,000             0
 74193   DSS-HRC Reimbursement                              40,000        40,000        40,000        38,000        (2,000)
 74194   Housing Federal Prisoners                       1,200,000     1,765,436     1,800,000     1,750,000       (50,000)
 74215   Insurance-Other                                    10,000       189,151        10,000        50,000        40,000
 74222   Lease of Land/Towers                              153,200       153,154       166,000       153,000       (13,000)
 74230   Pay Phone Commissions                             180,000       206,981       190,000       200,000        10,000
 74245   Sale of Property and Equip                        150,000       296,877       150,000       150,000             0
 74250   Sale-Topo Maps, Etc.                                6,000        10,817        25,000        11,000       (14,000)
 74255   Sales-Copies                                      150,000       183,809       325,000       185,000      (140,000)
 74400   Vending Machine Revenue                             1,500             0             0             0             0
 74475   Uncashed Checks                                         0         7,352             0             0             0
 74499   Miscellaneous                                      83,614       569,340       250,000       100,000      (150,000)
 77324   Miscellaneous Income                               35,000       195,032        80,000       100,000        20,000
 77325   Donations                                               0           382             0             0             0
 93301   Computer Mapping Project                                0             0             0             0             0
         Total, Miscellaneous                            3,427,314     5,435,240     4,637,000     4,338,000      (299,000)


       Emergency Preparedness (7440)
 75200 Federal CD Share                                         0        28,302             0             0               0
 78402 State Grant                                              0             0             0             0               0
                                                                0        28,302             0             0               0
       State Supplements (7460)
 75565 Solicitor Supplement-Spartanburg                   350,000       776,195       800,000       776,000        (24,000)
 75566 Solicitor Supplement-Cherokee                       52,000       111,076       135,000       135,000              0
 75570 Salary Supplement                                    8,000         7,875         8,000         8,000              0
       Total, State Supplements                           410,000       895,146       943,000       919,000        (24,000)


       Fund Balances (7699)
 79990 Cash Carryover                                    1,832,446            0        605,000             0      (605,000)
 79995 Equipment Replacement Reserve                       252,590            0        204,000       250,000         46,000
 79999 Budget Forward                                            0            0      (472,350)   (2,500,000)     (2,027,650)
       Total, Fund Balances                              2,085,036            0        336,650    -2,250,000     (2,586,650)




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                           PAGE B11
                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                        FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09       FY 09/10        $ INC/DEC
Code     Revenue Source (Code)                          ACTUAL         ACTUAL         BUDGET         BUDGET         FY 09 TO 10


       Planning Department-Projects (7870)
 74499 Miscellaneous                                            0              0         30,000        30,000                 0
 78400 Transportation Planning                             60,000         91,589        100,000       100,000                 0
                                                           60,000         91,589        130,000       130,000                 0


       Indirect Cost Allocation (7999)
 73805 Indirect Cost                                               0     941,032                 0   1,287,000        1,287,000


       Veterans Affairs (9129)
 73875 Grant Revenue                                       30,000         30,000         30,000         30,000                0


       Non-Department (9200)
 92001 Council of Governments                                      0      11,656                 0              0             0


         Parks and Recreation
 77003   User Fees                                                 0              0              0              0             0
 74540   DSS Summer Lunch                                          0              0              0              0             0
 74234   Recreation-Other                                          0              0              0              0             0
 79449   Other Receipts                                            0              0              0              0             0
 71020   Accommodations Tax                                        0              0              0              0             0
 77325   Donation                                                  0              0              0              0             0
 74499   Miscellaneous                                             0              0              0              0             0
 79449   Irwin/Stewart Park Fencing                                0              0              0              0             0
 99994   Less: City Share                                          0              0              0              0             0
         Total, Parks and Recreation                               0              0              0              0             0


       Victim/Witness Program (9267)
 75565 Solicitor Supplement-Spartanburg                    13,000         27,364         58,000         27,400          (30,600)


         Circuit Solicitor (9268)
 72428   Bad Check Program                               172,000         136,332        150,000       150,000                 0
 77424   Miscellaneous-Federal                           325,000               0              0             0                 0
 79449   Other Receipts                                   14,000               0              0             0                 0
 98360   Cherokee County                                  75,000          75,000         75,000        75,000                 0
         Total, Circuit Solicitor                        586,000         211,332        225,000       225,000                 0


         Pre-Trial Intervention - Adult (9269)
 72450   Participation Fees                              205,000         214,802        205,000       215,000            10,000
 72451   Drug Screening Fees                               2,000             730          1,500         1,000              (500)
 72452   Alcohol Diversion Program                        12,000          16,500         18,000        19,000             1,000
 72453   Expungement Orders                               40,000         113,450        110,000       115,000             5,000
         Total, Pre-Trial Intervention - Adult           259,000         345,482        334,500       350,000            15,500


       Pre-Trial Intervention - Juvenile (9270)
 72450 Participation Fees                                  25,000         10,589         18,000         11,000           (7,000)


       Sheriff (9300)
 73875 Grant Revenue                                      402,000         19,140         80,000              0          (80,000)
 75300 DARE/Resource Officers                             876,300      1,305,568      1,550,050      1,486,620          (63,430)
 79449 Other Receipts                                           0          5,604              0              0                0
       Total, Sheriff                                   1,278,300      1,330,312      1,630,050      1,486,620         (143,430)


       Detention (9310)
 73875 Grant Revenue                                               0       2,737                 0              0             0


       JAG (9450)
 72750 Interest-Ordinary                                   1,500               0                 0              0             0
 73812 Law Enforcement Grants                            122,000           2,737                 0              0             0
       Total, JAG                                        123,500           2,737                 0              0             0




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                               PAGE B12
                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                        FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC
Code     Revenue Source (Code)                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET     FY 09 TO 10

       Rescue Squads (9527)
 73807 DHEC Grant/Rescue Squad                           54,000       50,280       56,000       56,000             0


       Emergency Services Academy (9551)
 74241 Training Registration Fees                        10,000         9,105      15,000       15,000             0


         Transfers (9999)
 99008   Transfer from Fleet Services                          0           0            0            0            0
 99008   Transfer from NARC Fund                               0           0            0            0            0
 99009   Transfer from Special Revenue Fund                    0     200,000      130,000      228,700       98,700
 99011   Transfer from Fund 11                                 0           0            0            0            0
 99018   Transfer from Real Property Fund 18                   0     149,793            0            0            0
 99020   Transfer from Palmetto Landfill Fund            800,000     192,853            0            0            0
 99022   Transfer from Recreation Commission             355,834     355,834      355,000            0     (355,000)
 99028   Transfer from Jail Maint. Fund                        0           0            0            0            0
 99029   Transfer from Capital Projects Fund                   0           0            0            0            0
         Total, Transfers                              1,155,834     898,480      485,000      228,700     (256,300)


         TOTAL, ALL GEN. FUND REVENUES                77,487,536   83,966,876   90,552,000   85,313,000   (5,239,000)



002      Road Maintenance Fee Fund
         Road Maintenance Fees                         5,804,866    5,955,599    5,800,000    5,900,000     100,000
         Fund Balance                                          0            0      275,548      982,452     706,904
         Miscellaneous                                    71,000       81,112            0       20,000      20,000
         TOTAL, ROAD MAINT. FEE REVENUES               5,875,866    6,036,710    6,075,548    6,902,452     826,904


003      Stormwater Management Fund
         Taxes - Current                                809,346      717,521       880,400      978,000      97,600
         Homestead Exemptions                                 0       35,816             0       30,000      30,000
         Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                                 0       47,522             0       40,000      40,000
         Delinquent Taxes - Current Year                      0       34,556        23,000       25,000       2,000
         Delinquent Taxes - Prior Years                  82,938          924        23,000       25,000       2,000
         Other                                                0       52,817             0       13,000      13,000
         Fund Balance                                         0            0      -404,845     -302,777     102,068
         TOTAL, STORMWATER MGMT. REVENUES               892,284      889,156       521,555      808,223     286,668


004      Solid Waste Management Fund
         Annual Fee - Landfill                         5,523,870    5,457,208    5,550,000    5,550,000            0
         State Tire Disposal Fee                         106,050      116,330      108,000      110,000        2,000
         User Fees                                     1,120,631    1,296,879    1,170,000    1,170,000            0
         Contract Fees                                   304,925      189,706      250,000      200,000      (50,000)
         Sales - Salvage                                       0            0       90,000       10,000      (80,000)
         Sales - Recycling                               499,087      645,759      560,000      650,000       90,000
         Grant Revenue                                    29,882       14,547            0       20,000       20,000
         Use of Fund Balance                                   0   -8,047,252    1,108,580   -1,131,892   (2,240,472)
         Miscellaneous                                    36,937      326,823            0       80,000       80,000
         TOTAL, SOLID WASTE MGMT. FUND REVENUES        7,621,380            0    8,836,580    6,658,108   (2,178,472)


007      SADAC Fund
         Alcohol Sales from State                        413,760      444,513      435,000      444,512       9,512
         City Funds                                       56,966       56,153       53,919       64,597      10,678
         Cash Carryover                                        0      195,502      402,986      462,712      59,726
         Other                                         2,899,889    3,107,861    3,220,364    3,010,120    (210,244)
         TOTAL, SADAC FUND REVENUES                    3,370,615    3,804,030    4,112,269    3,981,941    (130,328)




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                    PAGE B13
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                   FY 06/07    FY 07/08    FY 08/09    FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
Code   Revenue Source (Code)                       ACTUAL      ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET      FY 09 TO 10

009    Special Revenue Fund
       Delinquent Tax Cost Recovery                  782,581     758,064     812,582           0     (812,582)
       Accommodations Tax                            384,750     441,786     445,000     442,000       (3,000)
       Grant Revenue - Solicitor                     326,557     268,172     279,268     252,833      (26,435)
       Juvenile Arbitration Revenues                  54,400      69,400      91,587      68,940      (22,647)
       Circuit Solicitor - Confiscated Assets         47,409      44,249      46,634           0      (46,634)
       DSS IV-D Reimbursement                         51,583      54,883      71,845      65,641       (6,204)
       Grant Revenue - Sheriff's Office              235,203     202,688      99,711           0      (99,711)
       Home Detention Fees                           425,797     422,945     388,322     387,977         (345)
       State "C" Funds                             5,328,539   5,328,539   1,827,091   1,282,284     (544,807)
       DSS-HRC Reimbursement                         102,993     102,993     108,775     106,800       (1,975)
       Transportation Planning Revenue               241,681     242,181     374,784     228,720     (146,064)
       County Administration Grant Revenue                 0           0     250,000     250,000            0
       Transfer Between Funds                              0       7,185           0      35,600       35,600
       Victim Advocate Services                       52,197       4,375           0           0            0
       TOTAL, SPECIAL REVENUE FUND REVENUES        8,033,691   7,947,460   4,795,599   3,120,795    (1,674,804)


014    Community and Economic Dev. (CED) Fund
       Community Dev. Block Grant - Federal        2,443,215   1,256,465   1,282,765   1,218,627      (64,138)
       HUD - Home - Federal                        1,056,757     462,056     522,354     492,425      (29,929)
       Supportive Housing Program                     36,693       3,125           0           0            0
       Other                                       1,548,737           0           0           0            0
       Cash Carryover                                      0           0      49,553      25,000      (24,553)
       Transfer from General Fund                    239,260     239,060     239,060     215,000      (24,060)
       TOTAL, CED FUND REVENUES                    5,324,662   1,960,706   2,093,732   1,951,052     (142,680)


018    Capital Projects Reserve Fund
       Fund Balance - Cash Carryover                      0    3,299,467    607,000     126,026      (480,974)


019    9-1-1 Phone System Fund
       9-1-1 Phone Subscriber Fees                   713,225     720,375     710,000     710,000            0
       Wireless Surcharge                            449,968     698,802     552,000     675,000      123,000
       Fund Balance                                        0           0     124,206      89,643      (34,563)
       Donations - Other                                 552         200     132,456       1,000     (131,456)
       TOTAL, 9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND REVENUES     1,163,745   1,419,377   1,518,662   1,475,643      (43,019)


020    Palmetto Landfill Fund
       Waste Disposal Dump Fees                     810,915     553,858     176,904           0      (176,904)
       Fund Balance                                       0           0           0           0             0
       TOTAL, PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND REVENUES       810,915     553,858     176,904           0      (176,904)


022    Parks and Recreation Commission Fund
       Taxes - Current Year                        3,167,838   3,812,128   4,279,000   4,565,691      286,691
       Homestead Exemption                                 0     170,293           0     150,000      150,000
       Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                          177,774     268,196     219,575     250,000       30,425
       Delinquent Taxes                              122,885     258,474     164,000     164,000            0
       Miscellaneous                                 703,731     696,177     369,000     362,300       (6,700)
       User Fees                                     207,227     311,410     191,000     257,000       66,000
       Accommodations Tax                             29,800           0      30,000      40,000       10,000
       Participation Fees                                  0           0     146,329           0     (146,329)
       Transfers                                           0     345,950           0           0            0
       Fund Balance                                        0           0    -123,031           0      123,031
       TOTAL, PARKS & REC COMMISSION FUND REVE     4,409,254   5,862,629   5,275,873   5,788,991      513,118


023    Hospitality Tax Fund
       Hospitality Tax                                    0    1,852,059   2,400,000   2,600,000      200,000
       Penalties                                          0       14,117       2,000       4,000        2,000
       Other                                                       3,645           0       1,000        1,000
       TOTAL, HOSPITALITY TAX FUND REVENUES               0    1,869,821   2,402,000   2,605,000      203,000




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                              PAGE B14
                                     SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                   FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                       FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
Code   Revenue Source (Code)                           ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 09 TO 10

028    Jail Maintenance Fund
       Fund Balance - Cash Carryover                    217,949      424,954            0            0             0


030    Workforce Investment Board
       WIA - U.S. Department of Labor                  4,883,814    6,912,355    5,715,962    5,631,723      (84,239)


060    Spartanburg Comm. College Fund
       Taxes - Current                                 3,097,952    4,125,889    4,768,179    5,070,000      301,821
       Merchants Inventory Tax                            50,546       50,546       50,550       50,000         (550)
       Homestead Exemption                               137,080      189,742      129,441      130,000          559
       Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                              152,976      261,477      110,000      110,000            0
       Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes              12,324            0            0            0            0
       Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                      101,997       87,497       70,000       70,000            0
       Delinquent Tax - Current Year                      99,087      187,702       30,000       60,000       30,000
       Use of Fund Balance                                     0            0            0            0            0
       Transfer from Palmetto Landfill Fund              200,000            0            0            0            0
       TOTAL, SPARTANBURG COMM. COLLEGE FUND           3,851,962    4,902,853    5,158,170    5,490,000      331,830


061    Charles Lea Center
       Taxes - Current                                   976,965    1,059,259    1,144,453    1,163,000       18,547
       Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                               56,353       73,960       73,448       70,000       (3,448)
       Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes               3,892            0            0            0            0
       Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                       29,914       26,575       30,070       25,000       (5,071)
       Delinquent Tax - Current Year                      27,846       44,969       21,420       20,000       (1,420)
       Use of Fund Balance                                     0            0      -50,000            0       50,000
       TOTAL, CHARLES LEA CENTER                       1,094,970    1,204,764    1,219,391    1,278,000       58,608


066    Spartanburg County Public Library Fund
       Total Revenues                                 10,380,567   11,142,896   11,285,765   11,685,136      399,371


070    Debt Service Fund
       Taxes - Current                                 3,527,881    4,307,000    4,378,000    1,726,114   (2,651,886)
       Homestead Exemption                                     0      204,621            0      200,000      200,000
       Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                              221,381      324,802      264,053      200,000      (64,053)
       Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes              14,270            0            0            0            0
       Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                       90,454       96,338       95,000       95,000            0
       Delinquent Tax - Current Year                     102,011      193,559      129,178      150,000       20,822
       Mountainview Nursing Home Receipts                 17,000       17,000       17,000       17,000            0
       Accommodations Tax - Mem. Auditorium              645,484      677,785      500,000      600,000      100,000
       USC - Upstate (FY07/08 Bond Issue)                      0            0      241,650      242,250          600
       Transfers from General Fund                             0            0            0            0            0
       Transfers from Recreation Commission              326,330      326,426      330,252      422,689       92,437
       Transfers from County Library                   1,964,062    1,974,682    1,975,500    1,796,999     (178,501)
       Bond Issue Proceeds                                     0       90,490            0            0            0
       Other                                              40,701      -22,891            0      132,628      132,628
       TOTAL, DEBT SERVICE FUND REVENUES               6,949,574    8,189,812    7,930,633    5,582,680   (2,347,954)


       TOTAL, ALL FY 2009/10 REVENUES                142,368,785 150,387,723 158,277,644 148,398,769      (9,878,874)




FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                    PAGE B15
                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      SIGNIFICANT REVENUE OVERVIEW
The following section provides a description and analysis of all significant revenues sources used in the
FY 2009/10 Budget. Revenues are organized by General Fund and all Other Funds.


                                 GENERAL FUND
Taxes
Revenue is derived from the levy of                                     TAX REVENUE
taxes on personal tangible property
and real property, as well as
                                             $60,000,000
delinquent tax collections. Property
taxes are estimated by taking the            $50,000,000
total assessed value of property,
                                             $40,000,000
multiplied by the current millage rate
then multiplied by a collection rate.        $30,000,000

                                           $20,000,000
Tax revenue includes real, personal,
and delinquent property tax. New tax       $10,000,000
reform law was voter-approved in
                                                    $-
2007 (Act 388) and implemented in
2008. Part of this reform includes the                 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
                                                        ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD
capping of property tax growth at
15% at the five-year reappraisal
intervals. Last fiscal year was a reappraisal year, and the tax base reflected a 10.2% growth. The next
reappraisal will occur in 2013. Under Act 388, the county is allowed to increase its previous year’s
general operating tax levy by the Consumer Price Index (CPI)-3.8% and by its population increase
(2%). For the FY 2009/10 budget, it is estimated that the Tax base will grow 1.5%.

Property tax revenue, including delinquent tax collections, is budgeted at $55,368,000 or 65% of all
General Fund revenues. In FY 2008/09, taxes represented 58% of all General Fund revenues. These
percent changes are important and reflect the impact of overall revenue shortfalls the County is facing
this fiscal year.
                                                                     PERMITS, FINES, AND FEES
Permits, Fines, and Fees
Permit fees are collected for the review
                                                  $12,000,000
and issuance of permits for mobile
homes,        new       buildings,    building    $10,000,000
renovations,      billboards,    development
standards, grading, septic tanks, and junk         $8,000,000

yards. Permit Fees total $776,000 and              $6,000,000
represent a 20% decrease from last year
directly related to the local economy.             $4,000,000

                                                   $2,000,000
Fines are received from the Magistrate
Court and the Clerk of Court. These fines                  $-
total $3,450,000 and represent a 7%                             FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
                                                                 ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD
decrease from last fiscal year to reflect
current year-end estimates.

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                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



Fees are collected for subdivision platting, Register of Deeds activities, Probate Court, Clerk of Court,
Public Defender, Master-In-Equity Court, vital statistics, Department of Motor Vehicles tags issued by
the Treasurer, and other miscellaneous activities. Fees total $5,012,500, and represent a 12%
decrease from last fiscal year to reflect FY 08/09 projections and the local economy.


State and Federal Sources
                                                                                   FEDERAL AND STATE REVENUE
State revenues include appropriations for the Local
Government Distribution, Public Defender activities,
and reimbursement for election, Veteran’s Affairs and       $18,000,000
                                                            $16,000,000
other miscellaneous activities.           The Local
                                                            $14,000,000
Government Distribution is budgeted at $12,394,000,         $12,000,000
a 20% decrease from budgeted FY 09. The state               $10,000,000

twice reduced the planned revenue distribution in FY         $8,000,000
                                                             $6,000,000
08. The state’s final budget is not yet approved, and        $4,000,000
the Local Government Fund’s fate has not sealed as           $2,000,000
of this printing. This once very stable revenue                    $-
                                                                           FY 03   FY 04   FY 05   FY 06   FY 07   FY 08    FY 09   FY 10
source has been the subject of much debate at the                           ACT     ACT     ACT     ACT     ACT     ACT     BUD     BUD
state level and may be reduced further.

Federal revenues include payment of grant indirect costs reimbursements. Total State and Federal
Sources are $222,780, or 32% less than FY 09 because of reduced grant activity in General Fund.

                                                                Fund Balance Appropriated
                  FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED
                                                                It is estimated that there will be no carry
      $500,000
                                                                forward dollars available at the conclusion
                                                                of FY 08/09. $250,000 is being unreserved
            $-
                                                                and transferred to the Capital Projects Fund
     $(500,000)                                                 to fund the replacement of Roads and
   $(1,000,000)                                                 Bridges equipment and vehicles, and other
   $(1,500,000)
                                                                General Fund owned vehicles scheduled for
                                                                replacement, as well as, funding to
   $(2,000,000)
                                                                establish the General Fund Vehicle and
   $(2,500,000)
                                                                Replacement        reserve     for     future
                FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
                 ACT   ACT   ACT   ACT   ACT   ACT BUD BUD      replacements.      A planned $2.5 million
                                                                contribution to fund balance is budgeted to
stabilize available fund balance and position the County to react positively to unplanned revenue and
cost changes in the future.
                                                                                              INTEREST INCOME
Interest Income
Interest earnings represent revenue earned on                     $3,500,000
investments of idle county money. Interest rates have             $3,000,000
dropped to historical levels, even those experienced in           $2,500,000
FY 02 through FY 06 which is an effort by the Federal             $2,000,000
Reserve to help reinvigorate the national economy. A              $1,500,000
downturn in earnings is projected, and in FY 09/10,               $1,000,000
interest income will constitute less than .005% of                 $500,000
General Fund revenues. Actual interest earned in FY                       $-
08 was $1.5 million compared to the $430,000                                   FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
                                                                                ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD
budgeted for the new fiscal year.


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                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                      OTHER FUNDS
9-1-1 Phone System Revenues                                             9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM REVENUES
 Revenues are received from state and federal
charges imposed on telephone subscribers
                                                   $1,600,000
and can only be used for the costs associated
                                                   $1,400,000
with the operations of the emergency 9-1-1         $1,200,000
system.       The state monthly wire line          $1,000,000
surcharge is $0.50, and is set by County               $800,000
Council.      The federal monthly wire line            $600,000
surcharge is currently $1.50. For FY 09/10, it         $400,000
is anticipated that revenue from these two             $200,000
sources will total $1,386,000, an increase of               $-
20% over FY 08/09.           The increase is                         FY 04   FY 05   FY 06   FY 07   FY 08   FY 09   FY 10
                                                                      ACT     ACT     ACT     ACT     ACT    BUD     BUD
attributable to wireless communication.



                    SOLID WASTE FEE                        Solid Waste Fund Revenue
                                                           A number of different revenue sources
                                                           contribute to the total revenue received in
  $7,800,000                                               the Solid Waste Management Fund
  $7,600,000                                               including: Recycling Sales (estimated
  $7,400,000                                               $650,000 in FY 09/10); State Tire Disposal
  $7,200,000                                               Fee      ($110,000);       Tipping      Fees
  $7,000,000                                               ($1,170,000);      and     Contract     Fees
  $6,800,000                                               ($200,000). The majority of the revenue
  $6,600,000                                               received comes from the annual fee levied
  $6,400,000                                               on households in Spartanburg County.
  $6,200,000
                                                           That fee is currently forty-seven dollars
                                                           ($47) and generates $5.55 million. As
             FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
              ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD                  population in the county continues to grow,
                                                           these      revenues        will     increase
                                                           proportionally. Since FY 02, revenues
have increased approximately 21% based on FY 09/10 projections. The bar chart to the left shows
annual revenue from the annual fee levied on households in the county for solid waste operations.

Stormwater Fund Revenues                                                                STORMWATER FEE
On July 1, 2005, a (one) 1 mil tax levy was
imposed on all taxable property in Spartanburg               $1,200,000

County to comply with the National Pollution                 $1,000,000
Discharge Elimination System (NPDES II) general                   $800,000
permit program. As property value continues to
                                                                  $600,000
increase, the revenue generated from this modest
source will increase. FY 09/10 revenues are                       $400,000

estimated at $1,048,000 or 19% more than revenue                  $200,000
budgeted in FY 08/09.                                                  $-
                                                                              FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
A portion of this revenue, $302,777, is reserved for                           ACT   ACT   ACT   ACT   ACT  BUD BUD
future projects.


FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                               PAGE B18
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                                              Road Maintenance Fee
                    ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE
                                                             On July 1, 2006, a $25 per vehicle fee was
                                                             imposed to implement a road maintenance
                                                             and improvement program to significantly
    $6,000,000
                                                             enhance the safety and quality of the
    $5,000,000                                               County’s     transportation     infrastructure.
    $4,000,000                                               Aside from any portion of these funds
    $3,000,000                                               directed to municipalities for funding their
    $2,000,000                                               municipal      road    maintenance         and
    $1,000,000                                               transportation needs, resources are used
                                                             exclusively for specified road and bridge
           $-
                                                             improvement projects and the expanded
               FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
               ACT ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD                   resurfacing program. In FY 09, several
                                                             public safety projects including bridge
                                                             replacement,      road      widening,      and
intersection improvements will be funded through this fee. There has been no significant change in the
number of vehicles owned and taxed since the program’s inception, keeping revenue flat. This fee
generates $5.9 million for needed capital infrastructure projects.

Hospitality Tax
                                                                                HOSPITALITY TAX
Spartanburg County 2% Local Hospitality tax
on prepared meals and beverages became
                                                               $3,000,000
effective January 1, 2008.         The Local
Hospitality Tax provides dedicated source of                   $2,500,000
revenue and an appropriate and efficient                       $2,000,000
means of funding tourist-related infrastructure                $1,500,000
and capital improvement projects. It is the                    $1,000,000
Council’s intent to enhance of County’s
appeal     to    tourists    through     further                $500,000
development of the County as a destination                            $-
for tourist related activities. Spartanburg                                 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
County’s Local Hospitality Tax became                                        ACT ACT ACT ACT BUD BUD
effective January 1, 2008, and in estimated
to generate $2,600,000 in FY 2009/10.


                                                                     Parks and Recreation
                   PARKS COMMISSION REVENUES                         A Parks and Recreation Commission
                                                                     was created in FY 2006/07, along with a
    $6,000,000                                                       new Special Revenue Fund. Recreation
    $5,000,000                                                       activities were previously budgeted in the
    $4,000,000                                                       General Fund. Revenue is received
                                                                     from millage approved by County
    $3,000,000
                                                                     Council, along with user fees and other
    $2,000,000                                                       miscellaneous      activities.    Millage
    $1,000,000                                                       generated $3.8 million in FY 2007/08;
                                                                     approximately $4.5 million in FY
           $-
                                                                     2008/09; and the FY 09/10 budgeted
                 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06   FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10
                 ACT    ACT  ACT      ACT  ACT BUD BUD               estimate is approximately $5 million.
                                                                     Taxes represent 89% of Parks and
                                                                     Recreation revenue.

FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                                PAGE B19
                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                   FY 2009/10 CONSOLIDATED
                    EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
       DEPT                                              FY 06/07      FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND    NO.   DEPARTMENT                                  ACTUAL        ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET    FY 10 - 09
  1    9103   County Council                             290,809       318,012       376,990      367,802       (9,188)
  1    9100   County Delegation                            56,853        57,804       61,519       66,787        5,268
  1    9110   County Administration                      445,956       475,926       490,975      495,062        4,087
  1    9113   Legal Services                             289,070       267,031       280,607      271,400       (9,207)
              TOTAL, COUNTY LEADERSHIP                 1,082,688     1,118,773     1,210,091    1,201,051       (9,040)

  1    9150   County Auditor                             860,406       963,563       975,772    1,007,213      31,441
  1    9153   County Treasurer                           827,091       906,514       955,539      978,828      23,289
  1    9159   Assessor's Office                        2,103,158     2,444,602     2,450,823    2,311,555    (139,268)
  1    9165   Delinquent Tax                             372,089       439,733       541,518    1,130,751     589,233
              TOTAL, TAX COLLECTION                    4,162,743     4,754,412     4,923,651    5,428,347     504,696

  1    9300   Sheriff's Office                        21,018,782    22,518,824    22,029,510   21,087,759     (941,751)
  1    9310   Detention Facility                      12,969,638    14,848,445    13,461,869   12,996,203     (465,666)
  1    9306   Coroner                                    845,553     1,021,725       859,362      828,720      (30,642)
  1    9506   Emergency Medical Services               1,325,877       718,504     1,733,562    1,709,648      (23,914)
  1    9556   Emergency Preparedness                     230,582       230,553       237,025      218,356      (18,669)
  1    9557   Hazardous Materials (HAZ MAT)              179,469       192,073       185,490      143,766      (41,724)
  1    9551   Emergency Services Academy                 249,858       229,132       239,726      203,318      (36,408)
  1    9238   Communications - County                    377,444       378,702       386,989      351,052      (35,937)
  1    9236   Communications - Maintenance               219,537       231,244       245,328      226,126      (19,202)
  1    9327   Communications - Operations              3,002,504     3,031,058     3,326,205    3,192,586     (133,619)
  1    9415   Environmental Enforcement                1,149,264     1,440,482     1,461,765    1,514,339       52,574
  1    9550   Volunteer Fire Departments                 384,798        60,750       446,750      446,750            0
  1    9527   Rescue Squads                              155,572       154,500       154,500      125,750      (28,750)
       XXXX   Detention Facility Maintenance                   0             0             0            0            0
       XXXX   Local Law Enforcement Grant                 65,032        65,032             0            0            0
              TOTAL, PUBLIC SAFETY                    42,173,911    45,121,023    44,768,080   43,044,373   (1,723,707)

  1    9250   Clerk of Court                           2,064,436     2,111,318     2,521,919    2,385,265    (136,654)
  1    9268   Circuit Solicitor                        2,979,859     3,298,185     3,513,738    3,385,588    (128,150)
  1    9265   Magisterial Court                        2,293,139     2,461,508     2,550,468    2,464,662     (85,806)
  1    9264   District Magistrates                       599,846       654,030       688,732      688,381        (351)
  1    9259   Master-in-Equity                           345,860       357,930       367,347      365,733      (1,614)
  1    9256   Probate Court                            1,022,397     1,050,023     1,077,940    1,103,639      25,699
  1    9262   Public Defender                          1,247,260     1,523,596     1,595,418    1,467,483    (127,935)
  1    9269   PreTrial Intervention - Adult              239,358       249,175       254,606      275,404      20,798
  1    9270   PreTrial Intervention - Juvenile            83,969        90,362       104,202      103,203        (999)
  1    9267   Victim Witness Program                     136,325       147,207       151,766      163,764      11,998
              TOTAL, JUDICIAL                         11,012,449    11,943,335    12,826,136   12,403,122    (423,014)

  1    9404 Public Works Administration                  177,639       150,076       154,471      150,035       (4,436)
  1    9401 Public Works Engineering                     404,642       373,259       452,879      332,785     (120,094)
  1    9405 Roads and Bridges                          5,667,113     4,204,279     4,142,350    3,190,293     (952,056)
            TOTAL, PUBLIC WORKS                        6,249,394     4,727,613     4,749,700    3,673,113   (1,076,586)

  1    9183 Planning and Development                     946,285       974,190     1,085,824    1,211,381     125,558
  1    9133 Building Codes                             1,125,608     1,179,739     1,213,669    1,222,987       9,318
  1         Outside Agencies                              34,961        36,532        36,840       36,536        (304)
            TOTAL, PLANNING AND LAND USE               2,106,854     2,190,461     2,336,333    2,470,904     134,572

  1    9123   Registration and Elections                590,512        797,156       797,328      718,177     (79,151)
  1    9116   Human Resources                           390,154        520,849       492,903      662,593     169,691
  1    9111   Office of Budget Management               265,871        292,082       316,176      333,066      16,890
  1    9168   Finance Department                        554,745        577,133       597,054      636,850      39,796
  1    9156   Internal Auditor                          163,976        160,298       172,856      193,468      20,612
  1    9120   Register of Deeds                         664,202      2,124,056     1,835,720    1,608,266    (227,454)




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                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                      FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



        DEPT                                               FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC
 FUND    NO.    DEPARTM ENT                                 ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09
  1     9126   Records Management                           776,800            0            0            0             0
  1     9171   Purchasing                                   172,760      192,060      210,623      208,345        (2,278)
  1     9163   Information Technologies                     930,702    1,023,445    1,256,490    1,269,677        13,187
  1     9164   Geographic Information Services (GIS)        373,887      450,968      522,382      413,112      (109,270)
  1     9607   Facilities Maintenance                     2,658,890    3,371,670    3,344,355    3,294,427       (49,928)
  1     9200   Non-Departmental                           3,324,319    3,784,010    5,443,982    4,289,062    (1,154,920)
               TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SUPPORT                10,866,817   13,293,727   14,989,869   13,627,043    (1,362,825)

  1     9180 Economic Development                          282,565      282,565      342,570      161,201      (181,369)
             TOTAL, COM M . & ECON. DEV.                   282,565      282,565      342,570      161,201      (181,369)

  1     9129 Veterans Affairs                               280,975      288,845      312,447      312,023         (424)
  1     9503 Indigent Care Services                         930,500      928,880      937,513      871,125      (66,388)
  1          Outside Agencies                             1,207,775    1,217,606    1,254,400    1,113,943     (140,457)
             TOTAL, HEALTH & HUM AN SERVICES              2,419,250    2,435,332    2,504,361    2,297,092     (207,269)

  1     XXXX Parks and Recreation (General Fund Only)       53,376            0            0             0             0
             TOTAL, PARKS AND RECREATION                    53,376            0            0             0             0

  1      0     Outside Agencies                            265,280      265,280      266,150      266,150              0
               TOTAL, QUALITY OF LIFE                      265,280      265,280      266,150      266,150              0

  1     9999 Transfers                                    3,848,391    1,685,257    1,635,060     740,602      (894,458)
             TOTAL, TRANSFERS/OTHER                       3,848,391    1,685,257    1,635,060     740,602      (894,458)

  1            TOTAL, ALL GENERAL FUND DEPTS.            84,523,718   87,817,778   90,552,000   85,313,000    (5,239,000)

  2     9400 TOTAL, ROAD M AINTENANCE FEE FUND            4,700,846    5,079,130    6,075,548    6,902,452      826,904

  3     9400 Stormwater Mgmt. - Administration             727,195      480,313      371,555      568,222       196,667
  3     9999 Stormwater Mgmt. - Transfers                        0      281,766      150,000      240,000        90,000
             TOTAL, STORM WATER M GM T FUND                727,195      762,079      521,555      808,222       286,667

  4     9400   Solid Waste - Administration                 452,319      925,178      643,658      885,429       241,771
  4     9410   Solid Waste - Collections                  2,118,342    2,293,066    2,535,019    2,688,196       153,177
  4     9415   Solid Waste - Environmental Enforcement      355,113      382,670      422,064      393,025       (29,039)
  4     9700   Solid Waste - Landfills                    1,714,756    1,733,484    1,688,024    1,638,983       (49,041)
  4     9701   Solid Waste - Landfill Engineering         2,738,951      684,777      905,615      902,975        (2,640)
  4     9999   Solid Waste - Transfers                            0    4,701,213    2,642,200      149,500    (2,492,700)
               TOTAL, SOLID WASTE FUND                    7,379,482   10,720,388    8,836,580    6,658,108    (2,178,472)

  7     9730   Administration - SADAC                             0      363,345       24,365      (13,338)     (37,703)
  7     9732   Community Referal Department                 625,972      681,520      808,738      849,127       40,389
  7     9733   SADAC AET Grant                                    0       95,680      114,362      100,356      (14,006)
  7     9734   Youth and Adolescent Services Dept.          148,557      190,773      216,120      189,780      (26,340)
  7     9735   Bridge Grant                                  70,188       79,612      104,772      145,386       40,614
  7     9736   Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program       398,847      454,276      503,686      531,056       27,370
  7     9738   Occupational (EAP) Department                217,671      202,327      246,560      233,176      (13,384)
  7     9739   HIV-Interagency Pre.Collaboration Grant       62,531       71,790      102,631       75,286      (27,345)
  7     9740   SADAC Prevention Department                  249,433      285,540      322,132      246,363      (75,769)
  7     9742   Detoxificaton Department                     789,946      771,271      881,153      823,690      (57,463)
  7     9743   DFS Grant                                          0            0            0            0            0
  7     9744   Drug Court Department                        172,260      208,352      295,289      275,796      (19,493)
  7     9745   HIV Outpatient                                54,484       49,804       65,763       65,000         (763)
  7     9747   Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Dept.         95,059      110,018      156,837      141,452      (15,385)
  7     9748   Intensive Outpatient Department              211,265      239,722      269,861      318,811       48,950
  7     9756   Intensive Family Services                          0            0            0            0            0
               TOTAL, SADAC FUND                          3,096,212    3,804,031    4,112,269    3,981,941     (130,328)

  9     7150   Delinquent Tax - Contract Svcs.             624,338      758,064      812,582            0      (812,582)
  9     9300   Sheriff's Office - Civil Process             57,541       51,583       71,845       65,641        (6,204)
  9     9306   Sheriff's Office - Grants                   380,504      235,203       99,711            0       (99,712)
  9     9310   Detention Facility - Home Detention         142,358      425,797      388,322      387,997          (325)
  9     9268   Circuit Solicitor - Confiscated Assets       59,975       47,409       46,634            0       (46,634)
  9     9258   Circuit Solicitor - Grants                  363,489      326,557      279,269      252,834       (26,435)
  9     9266   Juvenile Arbitration                         60,102       54,400       91,587       68,940       (22,647)


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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


       DEPT                                           FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09       FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC
FUND    NO.   DEPARTMENT                               ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET         BUDGET      FY 10 - 09
  9    9272   Victim Advocate Services                  52,197         29,100             0              0              0
  9    9402   State "C" Funds                        4,102,785     5,328,539      1,827,091      1,282,284      (544,807)
  9    9875   Transportation Planning                  265,117       241,681        374,784        228,700      (146,084)
  9    9640   Social Services - DSS - HRC               95,576       102,993        108,775        142,400        33,625
  9           Accommodations Tax - 2%                  420,000       429,750        445,000        442,000         (3,000)
  9           County Administrator's Grants                  0              0       250,000        250,000              0
              TOTAL, SPECIAL REVENUE FUND            6,623,983     8,031,077      4,795,600      3,120,796    (1,674,805)

  14   9876   HUD Entitlement Funds                  1,519,399     1,256,465      1,272,550      1,218,627      (53,923)
  14   9878   CDBG General Administration                1,623         1,316              0              0            0
  14   9881   CED Department                           272,384       245,809        297,983        240,000      (57,983)
  14   9882   Home 2000                                  5,000        12,431              0              0            0
  14   9884   EPA/Brownfields                                0             0              0              0            0
  14   9887   CDBG/HUD Home Program                     48,195       449,624        523,199        492,425      (30,774)
  14   9896   Supportive Housing Program               154,444         3,125              0              0            0
              TOTAL, COMM . AND ECON. DEV. FUND      2,001,044     1,968,770      2,093,732      1,951,052     (142,680)

  18          TOTAL, CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND                  0      3,299,466       607,000        126,026      (480,974)

  19   9183 9-1-1 Planning and Development              48,633        56,922         69,097        148,842       79,745
  19   9237 9-1-1 Communications - Operations        1,071,805       935,260      1,092,565      1,089,802       (2,763)
  19   9999 9-1-1 Transfers                                  0       313,500        357,000        237,000     (120,000)
            TOTAL, 9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND           1,120,438     1,305,682      1,518,662      1,475,644      (43,018)

  20   9400 Palmetto Landfill - Administration         58,185        63,470         71,904              0       (71,904)
  20   9999 Palmetto Landfill - Transfers             563,026       665,853        105,000              0      (105,000)
            TOTAL, PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND             621,211       729,323        176,904              0      (176,904)

  22   9201   P & R - Special Projects                 306,513             0              0              0            0
  22   9210   P & R - Administration                   370,608       449,157        824,811      1,191,232      366,421
  22   9211   P & R - Maintenance                      858,258     1,053,416      1,369,050      1,464,031       94,981
  22   9215   P & R - County Recreation Centers        826,702       819,387        988,319      1,064,567       76,248
  22   9217   P & R - Athletics                        269,456       313,970        362,204        398,189       35,985
  22   9219   P & R - DSS Summer Lunch Program          31,846             0              0         36,000            0
  22   9220   P & R - Soccer Complex                    50,872        49,541         70,617         64,453       (6,164)
  22   9221   P & R - Cleveland Park                   530,386       590,433        615,265        641,365       26,100
  22   9222   P & R - Capital Projects                       0             0        270,700        416,841      146,141
  22   9230   P & R - Recreation Projects               79,195       186,547         89,655         89,624          (31)
  22   9999   P & R - Transfers                        666,882       682,260        685,252        422,689     (262,563)
              TOTAL, PARKS & RECREATION FUND         3,990,719     4,144,713      5,275,873      5,788,991      477,118

  23          TOTAL, HOSPITALITY TAX FUND                   0        30,600       2,402,000      2,605,000      203,000

  28          TOTAL, JAIL MAINTENANCE FUND            217,949       418,250              0              0              0

  30          TOTAL, WORKFORCE INVESTM ENT BOARD     4,883,814     6,912,355      5,715,962      5,631,723       (84,239)

  60          TOTAL, SPARTANBURG COMM . COLLEGE      3,553,600     4,614,253      5,158,170      5,490,000      331,830

  61          TOTAL, CHARLES LEA CENTER              1,047,288     1,047,208      1,219,391      1,278,000       58,609

  66          TOTAL, COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM          10,574,396    11,624,524     11,285,765     11,685,136      399,371

  70          TOTAL, DEBT SERVICE FUND               6,615,874     7,583,848      7,930,633      5,582,680    (2,347,953)

              TOTAL, ALL COUNTY FUNDS              141,677,768   159,893,475    158,277,644    148,398,769    (9,878,875)




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                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                   FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED
                    EXPENDITURES BY TYPE
In the financial information for each department, division, and fund, expenditures are organized by type.
Types of expenditures include:         Personnel Services Expenditures (salaries, health insurance,
retirement, etc.); Operating Expenditures (office supplies, software, clothing, etc.); Capital Outlay
(desks, chairs, computer equipment, etc.); and Other Expenditures (transfers, outside agency
contributions, etc.). The pie chart below shows the distribution of expenditures by type for FY 2009/10.

                                   *Other
                                Expenditures,
                              $27,848,397 , 19%

          Capital Outlay                                                                                 Personnel
           $7,205,901                                                                                     Services
               5%                                                                                       Expenditures
                                                                                                         $74,591,915
                                                                                                            50%




                                  Operating
                                Expenditures
                                 $38,752,557
                                    26%


* For purposes of this chart, the annual appropriation for Emergency Medical Services is classified under Other Expenditures.
Transfers to other funds (i.e. County Library System, Charles Lea Center, etc.) are also classified as Other Expenditures.




                                                           FY 2009/10 EXPENDITURES BY TYPE
                                        FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07     FY 2007/08      FY 2008/09         FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
                                          ACTUAL        ACTUAL        BUDGET          BUDGET             BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
   EXPENDITURES
   Personnel Services Expenditures      62,288,957     67,731,307     70,524,838   $ 78,334,530    $    74,591,915 (3,742,615)
   Operating Expenditures               31,833,256     34,749,054     38,716,180   $ 34,532,044    $    38,752,557    4,220,512
   Capital Outlay                        9,187,592      8,919,700      5,905,062   $ 7,406,312     $     7,205,901     (200,411)
   Other Expenditures                   40,218,203     30,277,711     41,682,582   $ 38,004,758    $    27,848,397 (10,156,360)
   EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $143,528,009   $141,677,772   $156,828,663    $158,277,644       $148,398,769 ($9,878,874)



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                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Using the data from the previous page, this stacked bar graph shows a four-year analysis including the
FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget of all expenditures by type. Personnel Services Expenditures
account for the largest portion of expenditures, ranging from forty-five percent (45%) to fifty percent
(50%) over the four-year period. The dollar amount on the stacked bar graph represents Personnel
Services Expenditures.




  $160,000,000

  $140,000,000

  $120,000,000

  $100,000,000

   $80,000,000

   $60,000,000

                                                  $70,524,838             $78,334,530             $74,591,915
   $40,000,000            $67,731,307

   $20,000,000

              $0
                        FY 2006/07               FY 2007/08              FY 2008/09              FY 2009/10

                     Other Expenditures   Capital Outlay   Operating Expenditures   Personnel Services Expenditures



* For purposes of this graph, the annual appropriation for Emergency Medical Services is classified under Other Expenditures.




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



               COUNTY PERSONNEL
           COUNTY ORGANIZATION CHART
                                                    CITIZENS of SPARTANBURG
                                                             COUNTY


              STATE                                                 COUNTY                                    ELECTED
           LEGISLATIVE                                              COUNCIL                                  OFFICIALS
           DELEGATION



     Election              Magistrate                                       Boards and
                                                 Clerk to Council                                      Auditor           Clerk of Court
   Commission                Judge                                         Commissions


      Voter
                     Master in Equity                                         Library                 Coroner            Probate Judge
   Registration



 Veterans Affairs                                                             SADAC                    Sheriff             Solicitor



                                                                                                      Treasurer



                                                     COUNTY ADMINISTRATION


                                                                County
                                                            Administrator
                                                            D. Glenn Breed




      Asst Administrator                Human Res.                                                                Asst Administrator
                                                           County Attorney         Internal Auditor
          Chris Story                    Personnel                                                                    Vacant


                                                             Information
                                                             Technology
                                                                                             Human Res.                      Budget
           GIS                           SPATS
                                                                                            Admin Issues                   Management
                                                              Purchasing
         Parks &                                                                                                            Emergency
                                  Building Codes                                             Fire Services
        Recreation                                                                                                           Services


                                   Environmental                                              Facilities
         Planning                                                                                                          Fleet Services
                                    Enforcement                                              Management


        Records                     Register of                                                                              Detention
                                                                                            Delinquent Tax
      Management                      Deeds                                                                                   Facility


                                                                                                                            Community
         Assessor                  Public Works                                                 Finance
                                                                                                                           Development


                                        Roads & Bridges                                          Indigent Care


                                          Solid Waste                                                  Grants


                                          Engineering




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                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      LIST OF PRINCIPAL COUNTY OFFICIALS
                                       (As of April 2009)

      Title (*Denotes Elected Official)                     Name

      County Council
        Chairman at Large                                   Jeffrey A. Horton
        District 1                                          Michael Brown
        District 2                                          O’Neal Mintz
        District 3                                          David Britt
        District 4                                          Jane Hall
        District 5                                          Dale Culbreth
        District 6                                          Tom Foster

      General Government
        County Administrator                                D. Glenn Breed
        Assistant County Administrator                      (Vacant)
        Assistant County Administrator                      Chris Story
        Budget Management Director                          Linda Blackerby
        Finance Director                                    A.G. Rickett
        Assessor                                            Gil Bulman
        *Auditor (Assessed Valuations)                      Sharon West
        Internal Auditor                                    Lisa Benfield
        Acting Delinquent Tax Collector                     Steve Ford
        County Attorney                                     Edwin Haskell
        GIS Director                                        Rod Brown
        Planning and Development Director                   (Vacant)
        Procurement Director                                Mike Emory
        Human Resources Director                            Tony Bell
        Information Technologies Director                   Kim Danner
        Acting Records Mgmt/Register of Deeds Director      Dorothy Earle
        Registrations and Elections Director                Henry Laye, III
        *Treasurer                                          Oren L. Brady, III

      Judicial
         *Circuit Solicitor                                 Trey Gowdy
         *Clerk of Court                                    Marcus W. Kitchens
         Master-In-Equity                                   Gordon Cooper
         *Probate Court                                     Ponda Caldwell
         Public Defender                                    Clay Allen
         Magisterial Court                                  Jason T. Wall

      Public Safety
         Environmental Enforcement Director                 Don Arnold
         Office of Emergency Services Director              (Vacant)
         *Coroner                                           Rusty Clevenger
         Detention Facilities Director                      Larry Powers
         Emergency Medical Services Director                Jimmy Greene
         Building Codes Director                            Michael Padgett
         *Sheriff                                           Chuck Wright, Jr.

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      Title (*Denotes Elected Official)                  Name

      Other
         Alcohol and Drug Abuse Director                 David L. Forrester
         Library Director                                Todd Stevens
         Public Works Director                           Michael N. Garrett
         Public Works Director of Operations             Steve Belue
         Fleet Services Director                         Johnnie Lewis
         Parks and Recreation Director                   Jeffrey Caton
         Veteran’s Affairs Director                      Gerald Keihl
         Community and Economic Dev. Director            Kathy Rivers
         Workforce Investment Board                      Sylvia Fesperman




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                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   AUTHORIZED COUNTY PERSONNEL SUMMARY
        1,520 RECOMMENDED AUTHORIZED POSITIONS

                 FY 2009/10 AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL BY FUND
                                         Recreation/Hospitality Tax 
                                                                                    Other Funds, 24, 2%
                                               Funds, 99, 7%
                       Health & Human Svcs. 
                          Funds, 90, 6%
     Public Works Funds, 
            119, 8%

     Fleet Services 
      Fund, 18, 1%




                                                                                                                                   General Fund, 1,169, 77%




          FY 2009/10 AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL BY PROGRAM

                            Health & Human                                          Leadership, 18, 1%
                                                         Recreation, 99, 7%                               Tax Collection, 82, 5%
                             Services, 99, 6%
             Community & Economic 
                 Dev., 10, 1%



                                 Operational Support, 117, 
      Planning and Land                    8%
         Use, 41, 3%


                                Public Works, 187, 12%
                                                                                                               Public Safety, 622, 41%



                                                              Judicial, 245,  16%




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                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                   BUDGET ORDINANCE NO.

      A BUDGET ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE FISCAL AFFAIRS OF
      SPARTANBURG COUNTY MAKING APPROPRIATIONS THEREFORE,
      LEVYING TAXES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2009 AND
      ENDING JUNE 30, 2010; TO PROVIDE FOR BUDGET CONTROL OF SAID
      APPROPRIATION BY THE SPARTANBURG COUNTY COUNCIL.

                                              Part I
                                 Operation of County Government

      SECTION 1. The County Auditor of Spartanburg County shall levy an ad valorem tax on
      all the taxable property in Spartanburg County for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009,
      and ending June 30, 2010, as stated below which when combined with the following
      anticipated other revenue, including carry-over balances accruing to Spartanburg County
      shall produce to wit:

      Millage Rates:

                                           Estimated FY10 Millage
      General Fund                                      51.4 Mils
      County Fire                                         .5 Mils
      Stormwater Management                              1.0 Mils

      General Fund:

      07100 TAXES-CURRENT                                    $    51,493,000
      07150 DELINQUENT TAXES                                       3,875,000
      07200 PERMITS                                                  776,000
      07220 FINES                                                  3,450,000
      07240 FEES & COST                                            5,012,500
      07260 INTEREST INCOME                                          430,000
      07300 STATE SOURCES                                         13,200,000
      07350 FEDERAL SOURCES                                          222,780
      07400 MISCELLANEOUS                                          4,338,000
      07460 STATE SUPPLEMENTS                                        919,000
      07699 FUND BALANCE (Contribution)                           (2,250,000)
      07870 PLANNING DEPT-PROJECTS                                   130,000
      07999 INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION                               1,287,000
      09129 VETERANS AFFAIRS                                          30,000
      09267 VICTIM/WITNESS PROGRAM                                    27,400
      09268 CIRCUIT SOLICITOR                                        225,000
      09269 PRETRIAL - ADULT                                         350,000
      09270 PRETRIAL - JUVENILE                                       11,000
      09300 SHERIFF                                                1,486,620
      09527 RESCUE SQUADS                                             56,000
      09551 EMERGENCY SERVICES ACADEMY                                15,000
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                                  228,700
      001 GENERAL FUND                                           $85,313,000




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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      Road Maintenance Fee Fund:

       07244 ROAD MAINTENANCE FEES                             5,900,000
       07260 INTEREST INCOME                                      20,000
       07699 FUND BALANCES                                       982,452
       002 ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE                               $6,902,452

      Storm Water Management Fund:

       07100 TAXES-CURRENT                                     1,048,000
       07150 DELINQUENT TAXES                                     50,000
       07260 INTEREST INCOME                                      13,000
       07699 FUND BALANCE (Contribution)                        (302,777)
       003 STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                               $808,223

      Solid Waste Management Fund:

      07260 INTEREST INCOME                                       80,000
      07400 MISCELLANEOUS                                         10,000
      07699 FUND BALANCE (Contribution)                       (1,131,892)
      07700 LANDFILL REVENUES                                  7,680,000
      09410 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION                                20,000
      004 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT                              $6,658,108

      Fleet Services Fund:

       09421 CHARGES FOR SERVICE                                1,118,351
       09999 TRANSFER FUNDS                                    -1,158,531
       005 FLEET SERVICES FUND                                         $0

      Alcohol & Drug Abuse Fund:

       07260 INTEREST INCOME                                      21,000
       07699 FUND BALANCES                                       462,712
       07730 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE REVE                         3,498,229
       007 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE                               $3,981,941

      Special Revenue Fund:

      07300 STATE SOURCES                                        442,000
      09258 SOLICITOR GRANTS                                     252,834
      09266 JUVENILE ARBITRATION                                  68,940
      09300 SHERIFF                                               65,641
      09310 DETENTION FACILITY                                   387,977
      09400 ADMINISTRATION                                       250,000
      09402 C FUNDS                                            1,282,284
      09640 SOCIAL SERVICES                                      106,800
      09875 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING                              228,720
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                               35,600
      009 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND                                $3,120,796




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                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




      Community Development:

       07699 FUND BALANCES                                      25,000
       09876 HUD ENTITLEMENT FUNDS                           1,218,627
       09887 CDBG HUD HOME                                     492,425
       09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                           215,000
       014 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                            $1,951,052

      Capital Projects Reserve Fund:

      07699 FUND BALANCES                                     126,026
      018 CAPITAL PROJECT RESERVE FUND                       $126,026

      911 Phone System Fund:

       07400 MISCELLANEOUS                                   1,386,000
       07699 FUND BALANCES                                      89,644
       019 911 PHONE SYSTEM FUND                            $1,475,644

      Hospitality Tax Fund:

       07260 INTEREST INCOME                                     1,000
       07400 MISCELLANEOUS                                   2,604,000
       023 HOSPITALITY TAX FUND                             $2,605,000

      Workforce Investment Board:

      07800 WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD                       5,631,723
      030 WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD                        $5,631,723

      Debt Service Fund:

      07100 TAXES-CURRENT                                    2,126,114
      07150 DELINQUENT TAXES                                   245,000
      07699 FUND BALANCES                                      132,628
      09512 MOUNTAINVIEW NURSING HOME                           17,000
      09606 MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM                                600,000
      09901 USC UPSTATE                                        242,250
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                          2,219,688
      070 DEBT SERVICE FUND                                 $5,582,680




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                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      Special Purpose Funds: (All taxable property)

      07100 TAXES-CURRENT                                           4,965,691
      07150 DELINQUENT TAXES                                          164,000
      07260 INTEREST INCOME                                             5,000
      07400 MISCELLANEOUS                                               5,300
      09201 SPECIAL PROJECTS                                          380,000
      09215 REC CENTERS/COUNTY                                          5,000
      09217 RECREATION/ATHLETICS                                       54,000
      09218 RECREATION/TRAIN                                           28,000
      09219 DSS SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM                                   36,000
      09221 CLEVELAND PARK                                            140,000
      09230 RECREATION PROJECTS                                         6,000
      022 COUNTY RECREATION DISTRICT                               $5,788,991

       TOTAL ALL FUNDS                                           $148,398,772

      Provided, however, that the County Auditor shall reduce the levy as to all property within
      the corporate limits of the City of Spartanburg and the City of Greer an amount equal to
      the taxes to be collected by the County from property within these cities to support
      Animal Control Services. Such reduction shall relieve the taxpayers of these cities from
      support of this service since these cities make appropriations to support Animal Control
      Services. This section is adopted pursuant to Section 4-9-30(5), Code of Laws South
      Carolina, 1976, which empowers County Council to tax different areas at different rates
      related to the nature and level of services provided, County Council having found that the
      nature and level of this service warrants such a different rate.

      Provided further, that the County Auditor shall reduce the levy as to all property within
      the corporate limits of all incorporated municipalities within the County an amount equal
      to the taxes to be collected by the County from property within said municipalities to
      support Building Codes and Development Standards. Since this service was not being
      rendered by the County on March 7, 1973, such reduction shall relieve the taxpayers of
      these municipalities for support of this service recognizing that these municipalities make
      appropriations to provide land use administration. This section is adopted pursuant to
      Section 4-9-30 (5), Code of Laws South Carolina, 1976, which empowers County
      Council to tax different areas of the County at different rates related to the nature and
      level of service provided, the County Council having found that the nature and level of
      this service warrants such a different rate.

      Provided further, that the County Auditor shall reduce the levy as to all property within
      the corporate limits of all incorporated municipalities within the County an amount equal
      to the taxes to be collected by the County from property within said municipalities to
      support the Volunteer Fire Departments. Such reduction shall relieve the taxpayers of
      these municipalities for support of this service recognizing that these municipalities make
      appropriations to provide fire services. This section is adopted pursuant to Section 4-9-
      30 (5), Code of Laws South Carolina, 1976, which empowers County Council to tax
      different areas of the County at different rates related to the nature and level of service
      provided, the County Council having found that the nature and level of this service
      warrants such a different rate.


FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED BUDGET OVERVIEW                                                         PAGE B32
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                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      SECTION 2. All of the appropriations in this Ordinance shall be disbursed in accordance
      with the Annual Budget Document adopted by the Spartanburg County Council on June
      15, 2009, incorporated herein by reference.

      SECTION 3. There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund and other Funds of
      Spartanburg County the following amounts of money for the following respective
      corporate purposes of Spartanburg County for and during the period beginning July 1,
      2009 and ending June 30, 2010, to wit:

      General Fund:
      09100 COUNTY DELEGATION                       $       66,787
      09103 COUNTY COUNCIL                                 367,802
      09110 COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR                           495,062
      09111 BUDGET MANAGEMENT                              333,066
      09113 LEGAL SERVICES                                 271,400
      09116 HUMAN RESOURCES                                662,593
      09120 REGISTER OF DEEDS                            1,608,266
      09123 REGISTRATION & ELECTIONS                       718,177
      09129 VETERANS AFFAIRS                               312,023
      09133 BUILDING CODES                               1,222,987
      09150 AUDITOR                                      1,007,213
      09153 TREASURER                                      978,828
      09156 INTERNAL AUDITOR                               193,468
      09159 ASSESSOR                                     2,311,555
      09163 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                     1,269,677
      09164 GIS                                            413,112
      09165 DELINQUENT TAX                               1,130,750
      09168 FINANCE                                        636,850
      09171 PURCHASING                                     208,345
      09180 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                           161,201
      09183 PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT                       1,211,381
      09200 NON-DEPARTMENTAL                             4,289,062
      09236 COMMUNICATIONS-MAINT.                          226,126
      09237 COMMUNICATIONS-OPERATIONS                    3,192,586
      09238 COMMUNICATIONS-COUNTY                          351,052
      09250 CLERK OF COURT                               2,385,265
      09256 PROBATE COURT                                1,103,639
      09259 MASTER-IN-EQUITY                               365,733
      09262 PUBLIC DEFENDER                              1,467,483
      09264 DISTRICT MAGISTRATES                           688,381
      09265 MAGISTERIAL COURT                            2,464,662
      09267 VICTIM/WITNESS PROGRAM                         163,764
      09268 CIRCUIT SOLICITOR                            3,385,588
      09269 PRETRIAL - ADULT                               275,404
      09270 PRETRIAL - JUVENILE                            103,203
      09300 SHERIFF                                     21,087,759
      09305 CORONER                                        828,720
      09310 DETENTION FACILITY                          12,996,203
      09401 ENGINEERING                                    332,785
      09404 PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION                    150,035
      09405 ROADS & BRIDGES                              3,190,293
      09415 ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT                    1,514,339
      09503 INDIGENT CARE SERVICES                         871,125




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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




      09506 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE                1,709,648
      09507 TRANS SERVICE BUREAU                        48,500
      09512 MOUNTAINVIEW NURSING HOME                  105,843
      09515 AREA MENTAL HEALTH                         365,600
      09518 HEALTH DEPARTMENT                          270,000
      09527 RESCUE SQUADS                              125,750
      09550 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT                        446,750
      09551 EMERGENCY SERVICES ACADEMY                 203,318
      09556 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT                       218,356
      09557 HAZ MAT TEAM                               143,766
      09607 FACILITIES MAINTENANCE                   3,294,427
      09620 COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE                      1,460
      09625 SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION                   35,076
      09640 SOCIAL SERVICES                            135,000
      09643 SENIOR CENTERS OF SPARTBG                   89,000
      09649 GIRLS HOME (E.H.SMITH)                      35,000
      09652 GLENN SPRINGS ACADEMY                       65,000
      09670 SPTG CO REGIONAL MUSEUM                     39,150
      09673 ARTS PARTNERSHIP                           227,000
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                    740,602
      GENERAL FUND TOTAL                          $ 85,313,000

      Road Maintenance Fee Fund:

      09400 ADMINISTRATION                            6,902,452
      ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE                           $6,902,452

      Storm Water Management Fund:

      09400 ADMINISTRATION                             568,223
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                    240,000
      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                          $808,223

      Solid Waste Management Fund:

      09400 ADMINISTRATION                              885,429
      09410 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION                    2,688,196
      09415 ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT                   393,025
      09700 LANDFILLS                                 1,638,982
      09701 LANDFILL ENGINEERING                        902,976
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                     149,500
      SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT                         $6,658,108

      Fleet Services Fund:

      09420 FLEET SERVICES                            1,118,352
      09421 FLEET SERVICES ALLOCATION                (1,118,352)
      FLEET SERVICES FUND                                    $0




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      Alcohol & Drug Abuse Fund:

       09730 SADAC-ADMINISTRATIVE                    (13,338)
       09732 SADAC-COMMUNITY REFERRAL                849,127
       09733 SADAC - AET GRANT                       100,356
       09734 SADAC - YAS                             189,780
       09735 BRIDGE GRANT                            145,386
       09736 SADAC-ADSAP                             531,056
       09738 SADAC-OCCUPATIONAL                      233,176
       09739 HIV PREVENTION                           75,286
       09740 SADAC-PREVENTION                        246,363
       09742 SADAC-DETOX                             823,690
       09744 SADAC - DRUG COURT                      275,796
       09745 DAODAS HIV OUTPATIENT                    65,000
       09747 ADL I O P                               141,452
       09748 SADAC-IOP                               318,811
       ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE                       $3,981,941

      Special Revenue Fund:

      07300 STATE SOURCES                            442,000
      09258 SOLICITOR GRANTS                         252,834
      09266 JUVENILE ARBITRATION                      68,940
      09300 SHERIFF                                   65,641
      09310 DETENTION FACILITY                       387,997
      09400 ADMINISTRATION                           250,000
      09402 C FUNDS                                1,282,284
      09640 SOCIAL SERVICES                          142,400
      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                  228,700
      SPECIAL REVENUE FUND                        $3,120,796

      Community Development:

       09876 HUD ENTITLEMENT FUNDS                 1,218,627
       09881 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                   240,000
       09887 CDBG HUD HOME                           492,425
       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                  $    1,951,052

      Capital Projects Reserve Fund:

      09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                 126,026
      CAPITAL PROJECT RESERVE FUND                 $126,026

      911 Phone System Fund:

       09183 PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT                  148,842
       09237 COMMUNICATIONS-OPERATIONS             1,089,802
       09999 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS                 237,000
       911 PHONE SYSTEM FUND                      $1,475,644




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      Hospitality Tax Fund:

      09400 ADMINISTRATION                                  2,605,000
      HOSPITALITY TAX FUND                            $     2,605,000

      Workforce Investment Board:

      09800 WIB COORDINATOR                                 5,631,723
      WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD                           $5,631,723

      Debt Service Fund:

       09699 BOND DEBT SERVICE                               2,611,277
       09901 USC UPSTATE                                       242,250
       09910 COUNTY LIBRARY                                  1,486,565
       09998 LEASE/DEBT PAYMENTS                             1,242,588
       DEBT SERVICE FUND                                    $5,582,680

      Special Purpose Levy: (All taxable property)

      SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE                         $5,490,000

      CHARLES LEA CENTER                                    $1,278,000

      COUNTY LIBRARY FUND                                  $11,685,136

      COUNTY RECREATION DISTRICT                            $5,788,991



      TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ALL FUNDS                      $148,398,773



      SECTION 4. The County Auditor shall levy a Special Purpose Tax on all taxable
      property in Spartanburg County for County purposes for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
      2009 and ending June 30, 2010, as stated below to produce the amounts hereinafter
      mentioned and set forth herein:

                                                     FY 2009/10           Estimated
                                                       Budget            Millage Rate


       Spartanburg Community College                   $5,490,000              5.5 Mils


       Charles Lea Center                              $1,278,000              1.3 Mils


       County Library                                 $11,685,136             10.4 Mils


       Debt Service Fund                              $5,582,680               2.0 Mils




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                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      SECTION 5. The County Auditor shall levy an ad valorem tax on all unincorporated
      taxable property and, where incorporated property has through agreement with duly
      elected municipal representatives been authorized for taxation, for Parks and Recreation
      purposes for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009 and ending June 30, 2010, as stated
      below to produce the amounts hereinafter mentioned and set forth herein:

                                                  FY 2009/10              Estimated
                                                    Budget               Millage Rate


       Parks Commission Fund                        $5,788,991                 6.1 Mils



      SECTION 6. The County Auditor shall levy an ad valorem tax on all taxable property
      within the following Fire Service Areas for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009 and
      ending June 30, 2010, as stated below to produce the amounts hereinafter mentioned and
      set forth herein:

                                                  FY 2009/10              Estimated
      Special Tax Districts                         Budget               Millage Rate

      Campobello                                    224,011.69                   26.66
      Chesnee Community                             180,610.00                   18.80
      Cooley Springs                                137,589.05                   23.49
      Cowpens                                       122,184.99                   29.70
      Cross Anchor                                   70,362.03                   30.15
      Draper                                          6,277.47                   12.27
      Duncan                                        251,113.76                   17.20
      East Greer                                    142,310.99                   38.30
      Enoree Community                               29,108.92                    5.29
      Inman Community                               503,626.00                   21.70
      Inman Town                                      1,518.19                    3.39
      Hobbysville                                    55,196.75                   16.50
      Landrum                                        97,665.75                   10.47
      Poplar Springs                                715,109.47                   15.30
      Tyger River                                   858,015.05                   28.99
      Una                                           226,252.97                   21.16
      Woodruff                                      179,310.99                   12.59




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                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      SECTION 7. The County Auditor shall levy an ad valorem tax on all the taxable
      property within the following Special Tax Districts for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
      2009 and ending June 30, 2010, as stated below to produce the amounts hereinafter
      mentioned and set forth herein:

                                                  FY 2009/10               Estimated
      Special Tax Districts                         Budget                Millage Rate

      Lakewood Hills                                    $4,011                  8.0 Mils
      Twin Lakes                                       $41,268                 17.0 Mils



      SECTION 8. All appropriations are conditional and proportionate and are subject to
      proportionate increase, reduction, or transfer from one department to another within the
      ordinance upon motion duly made and carried by majority vote of the County Council at
      any regular or special meeting of the County Council.

      SECTION 9. The County Administrator shall administer the budget and may authorize
      the transfer of appropriated funds between line item accounts within a department or non-
      departmental account, between departments or non-departmental accounts, and
      to establish new accounts as necessary to achieve the goals of this budget and for the
      purpose of providing continuing County services approved by County Council in the
      Budget Ordinance provided, however, that all transfers of appropriated funds between
      departments, non-departmental accounts, or to establish new funds shall first be approved
      by County Council in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 8 of this
      ordinance.

      SECTION 10. The County Administrator shall be authorized to expend up to $5,000
      five thousand dollars ($5,000) from the County Council Contingency Account as a
      supplemental appropriation for a special purpose not anticipated when the original budget
      appropriation was approved.

      SECTION 11. The County Administrator is authorized to carry forward unexpended
      funds in accounts existing at the end of June 30, 2009, to complete the purpose of the
      original appropriation approved by County Council for the previous budget year.

      Further, funds sufficient to cover all fiscal year 2009 budget items encumbered but
      unpaid at the close of the fiscal year shall be carried forward from the fiscal year 2009
      budget to the succeeding budget to meet such lawful obligations of the County.
      Unencumbered appropriations shall remain in the respective funds as unrestricted
      reserves.

      SECTION 12. Any funds received during fiscal year 2010 as a result of new grants,
      donations, and other miscellaneous and unplanned revenue in amounts less than $250,000
      (Two hundred fifty thousand dollars) shall be accepted on behalf of the County by the
      Administrator who will adjust line items accordingly.


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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                                PART II

                                         Permanent Provisions

      In accordance with Spartanburg County Code Section 66-5 and 66-6 the annual Landfill
      Residential Service Charge on residential properties shall be forty-seven dollars ($47.00).

      In accordance with Spartanburg County Code Section 66-7 and 66-8 the service
      charges/handling fees to be collected at landfill locations from industrial, commercial and
      municipal haulers shall be thirty-three dollars ($33.00) per ton.

      In accordance with Spartanburg County Code the annual Road Maintenance Fee on every
      vehicle required to be registered and licensed in Spartanburg County by the South
      Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, with the exception of those vehicles defined in
      Section 3 of Spartanburg County Ordinance Number 0-05-03, shall be twenty-five dollars
      ($25) and shall be included on motor vehicle tax notices.

      In accordance with State statute the monthly wire line surcharge shall be $0.50.

      The mileage reimbursement rate paid to County employees using their personal vehicles
      shall be the same as established by the Internal Revenue Service.



                                               PART III

                                          Enacting Provisions

      SECTION 1. If any section or item or any part of this Ordinance shall be declared
      invalid, it shall not be construed to affect the validity of any other section or item hereof.

      SECTION 2. All provisions of Part 1 of this Ordinance shall take effect on the 1st day of
      July, 2009.

                                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY COUNCIL


                                             By:_______________________________
                                                   Jeffrey A. Horton, Chairman




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                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


      ATTEST:



      ________________________
      D. Glenn Breed
      County Administrator


      First Reading:  4/20/2009
      Second Reading:
      Public Hearing:
      Third Reading:




                                     LEGAL COMPLIANCE

      I hereby certify that, in my opinion, the proposed budget does not exceed anticipated
      revenues for Fiscal Year 2010, and is in full compliance with Section 4-9-140, 1976
      South Carolina Code of Laws, as amended.

                                                   ____________________________
                                                   D. Glenn Breed
                                                   County Administrator




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                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                             COUNTY LEADERSHIP
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                        $1,201,051


                                        Legal Services         County Council
                                          $271,400               $367,802 
                                            23%                    31%


                                           County 
                                        Administration
                                          $495,062 
                                            41%
                                                                                                   County 
                                                                                                  Delegation
                                                                                                   $66,787 
                                                                                                      5%




                                  COUNTY LEADERSHIP SUMMARY
                                DEPT       FY 05/06      FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09           FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)           NO.       ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET            BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  1   General Fund                       $1,027,363   $1,082,688    $1,118,773   $1,210,091         $1,201,051     ($9,040)

FUND DEPARTMENT
  1  County Council              9103       312,654      290,809       318,012      376,990   $        367,802      (9,188)
  1  County Delegation           9100        52,645       56,853        57,804       61,519   $         66,787       5,268
  1  County Administration       9110       398,318      445,956       475,926      490,975   $        495,062       4,087
  1  Legal Services              9113       263,746      289,070       267,031      280,607   $        271,400      (9,207)
TOTAL, COUNTY LEADERSHIP                 $1,027,363   $1,082,688    $1,118,773   $1,210,091         $1,201,051     ($9,040)




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



             County Leadership
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $1,201,051
                                   Transfers/Other      County Leadership
                                          4.5%                0.8%
                            Quality of Life                                          Tax Collection
                                8.4%                                                      3.7%
             Education                                                                                   Public Safety
               3.7%                                                                                        30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


  Health &
   Human 
  Services
    9.0%



   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%
                                                                                              Judicial
     Operational Support                              Public Works                             8.6%
                                Planning and Land Use    13.0%
            9.2%
                                         1.8%




                         TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179




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                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                Authorized County Leadership
                    Personnel Summary


                             Legal Services, 5, 28%



                                                                               County Council, 8, 44%



                             County Administrator, 4, 
                                      22%



                                                                 County Delegation, 1, 6%




                             COUNTY LEADERSHIP PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                      DEPT            FY 05/06   FY 06/07        FY 07/08         FY 08/09    FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                 NO.            ACTUAL     ACTUAL          BUDGET           BUDGET     BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  1   General Fund                                         20         18                18              18         18            0

FUND DEPARTMENT
  1  County Council                   9103                  8          8                 8               8          8            0
  1  County Delegation                9100                  1          1                 1               1          1            0
  1  County Administration            9110                  5          4                 4               4          4            0
  1  Legal Services                   9113                  6          5                 5               5          5            0
TOTAL, COUNTY LEADERSHIP                                   20         18                18              18         18            0




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                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                  COUNTY COUNCIL
Spartanburg County has operated under the Council/Administrator form of government since 1976.
Policymaking and legislative authority are vested in the County Council, which consists of a Council
Chairman elected at-large and six (6) District Council Members. The Clerk to the County Council is
responsible for maintaining public records, such as minutes, ordinances, and resolutions.

The County Council is responsible for the posting of meetings, notifying the press of such meetings,
agenda preparation, and publication of legal notices. The Clerk to Council also works closely with the
Administration Office to coordinate County Council activities. This office will continue its efforts to
improve the manner in which records are kept and cross-referenced, making information more
accessible to other departments and the general public.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9103                                           COUNTY COUNCIL
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          312,654      290,809      318,012      376,990      367,802       (9,188)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       191,730      193,514      196,867      202,490      204,052       1,562
Operating Expenditures                120,923       97,296      121,145      174,500      163,750     (10,750)
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $312,654     $290,809     $318,012     $376,990     $367,802     ($9,188)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        8            8            8            8            8            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the County Council FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget.

Departmental Functions
   • Respond to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests in a timely manner coordinating
      with the County Attorney’s Office.
   • Continue efforts to improve the manner in which records are kept and cross-referenced, making
      information more accessible to other departments and the general public.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                         COUNTY DELEGATION
The County Delegation Office manages, develops, executes and monitors all operations of the
department for the Spartanburg County Legislative Delegation members and the Spartanburg County
Transportation Committee. The office serves as the department head and as a liaison between the
general public for state, county, local agencies and organizations. Prepares for and attends department
public meetings and other related activities.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9100                                           COUNTY DELEGATION
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           52,645       56,853        57,804       61,519       66,787       5,268

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        50,088        52,895       55,340       57,069        62,437      5,368
Operating Expenditures                  2,557         3,534        2,463        4,450         4,350       (100)
Capital Outlay                              0           424            0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                          0                          0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $52,645      $56,853       $57,804      $61,519       $66,787     $5,268

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        1            1             1            1            1            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the County Delegation FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget.

County Transportation Committee (C Funds Committee)
The County Transportation Committee, also known as the C Fund Committee, was created in the
1920’s by the General Assembly as a source of funding for local roads. “C Funds” are derived from
$0.0266 cents per gallon of the state user fee charge on gasoline which is deposited in the state
transportation fund, then divided among all counties based on various formulas. The C Fund
Committee approves funding to improve and/or resurface existing municipal, state, and county
maintained roadways in Spartanburg County.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



    COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S OFFICE
The mission of the Spartanburg County Administrator’s Office is to support County Council’s ability to
make sound decisions and to carry out those decisions in an efficient and effective manner by providing
strategic leadership and operational oversight to county departments, ensuring sound management of
the county’s resources, and providing County Council with information and analysis and appropriate
recommendations when necessary. The County Administrator is appointed by County Council.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9110                                 COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          398,318      445,956      475,926      490,975      495,062       4,087

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       369,189      412,895      427,291      429,825       436,012      6,187
Operating Expenditures                 29,129       31,324       48,635       61,150        59,050     (2,100)
Capital Outlay                              0        1,736            0            0                        0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $398,318     $445,956     $475,926     $490,975     $495,062      $4,087

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        5            4            4            4            4            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the County Administration FY 2009/10 Recommended
      Budget.

Ongoing Initiatives

 Initiative                Description and Goals
 Facilitate Council's      Provide information, analysis, research and recommendations to Council.
 Decision Making           ● County Council will have the necessary background information in advance
                           of consideration during a Council meeting.
                           ● Council is able to make decisions without need to defer for additional
                           information.
 Strategic Planning        Establish strategic plan for improvement of the organization.
                           ● Administrators and County Council members are able to clearly articulate a
                           tangible plan, which guides decision making for improving the organization
                           and the community.
                           ● Each department/division head can describe their department’s mission,
                           strategic objectives, and improvement plans.
 Problem Solving           Resolve program, policy, or service-related irregularities.
                           ● Problems that come to the attention of County Council members or
                           administrators will be addressed expeditiously.
                           ● Department heads will receive the direction needed on irregular situations in
                           a timely manner.
 Operational               Provide oversight of County departments and provide direction to department
 Management                heads.
                           ● Departmental performance objectives will be achieved or new plans for
                           improvement will be initiated.
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                          SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                        FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Initiative          Description and Goals
                    ● No performance measures will fail to show improvement over multiple
                    periods.
Financial           Ensure the long-term financial well being of the County by recommending
Management          balanced budgets, ensuring adherence to budget, and maintaining adequate
                    reserve funds.
                    ● The budget will be balanced.
                    ● Adequate reserves will be maintained.
Public              Provide the public with the information so that they can understand the
Communication       decisions before Council and the reasons for County decisions and policies.
                    ● The public will have full access to County Council decisions and county
                    operations.
                    ● Questions raised by citizens will be answered promptly.
                    ● The administration will provide information to the public to aid their
                    understanding of county matters.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                  LEGAL SERVICES
The Legal Services Department provides civil representation for all county departments and officials;
legal review and drafting of documents; real estate title examination of all property purchased or leased
by the County or any of its agencies or departments; condemnation actions; defense of civil actions
against the County and give legal advice to County Council and county officials. This department will
also learn of defects in County Ordinances and regulations which only appear during their enforcement.
Input from constituents of County Council is an important source of this discovery, and this office will be
alert to learn of and attempt to remedy such defects.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9113                                           LEGAL SERVICES
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          263,746      289,070      267,031      280,607      271,400       (9,207)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       210,151      223,007      232,311      240,607      240,400        (207)
Operating Expenditures                 53,595       66,063       34,720       40,000       31,000      (9,000)
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $263,746     $289,070     $267,031     $280,607     $271,400     ($9,207)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        6            5            5            5            5            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Bonds & Liability is eliminated from the budget for a reduction of $8,500 from the operating
      budget.




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                                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                       TAX COLLECTION
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                   $5,428,347


                                           Delinquent Tax               County Auditor
                                             $1,130,751                   $1,007,213 
                                                21%                          18%

                                                                                                County Treasurer
                                                                                                   $978,828 
                                                                                                      18%

                                  Assessor's Office
                                     $2,311,555 
                                        43%




                                                   TAX COLLECTION SUMMARY
                                            DEPT         FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08      FY 08/09          FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       NO.         ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL       BUDGET            BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                      4,084,848     4,162,743     4,754,412     4,923,651         5,428,347       504,696
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                      0       624,338       782,581       812,582                 0      (812,582)
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                $4,084,848    $4,787,081    $5,536,993    $5,736,233        $5,428,347    ($307,886)

FUND DEPARTMENT
  1  County Auditor                         9150         811,413       860,406       963,563       975,772    $    1,007,213       31,441
  1  County Treasurer                       9153         739,679       827,091       906,514       955,539    $      978,828       23,289
  1  Assessor's Office                      9159       2,188,810     2,103,158     2,444,602     2,450,823    $    2,311,555     (139,268)
  1  Delinquent Tax                         9165         344,945       372,089       439,733       541,518    $    1,130,751      589,233
  9  Delinquent Tax - Contract Svcs.        7150               0       624,338       758,064       812,582    $          -       (812,582)
TOTAL, TAX COLLECTION                                 $4,084,848    $4,787,081    $5,512,477    $5,736,233        $5,428,347    ($307,886)




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



               Tax Collection
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $5,428,347
                                  Transfers/Other    County Leadership             Tax Collection
                                         4.5%              0.8%                         3.6%
                           Quality of Life
                               8.4%
             Education                                                                                   Public Safety
               3.7%                                                                                        30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


  Health &
   Human 
  Services
    9.0%



   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%
                                                                                              Judicial
     Operational Support                             Public Works                              8.6%
                               Planning and Land Use
            9.2%                                        13.0%
                                        1.8%




                         TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                               FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                  $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                   $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life            $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other             $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                          Authorized Tax Collection
                            Personnel Summary


                                                   Delinquent Tax, 8, 10%
                                                                                       Auditor, 14, 17%




                                                                                                          Treasurer, 18, 22%


                                 Assessor's Office, 42, 51%




                                         TAX COLLECTION PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                               DEPT           FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08        FY 08/09      FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                          NO.           ACTUAL        ACTUAL        BUDGET          BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                                  80            81            81              82            82              0
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                           0             0             0               0             0              0
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                             80            81            81              82            82              0

FUND DEPARTMENT
  1  County Auditor                            9150                14            14             14             14              14           0
  1  County Treasurer                          9153                16            18             18             18              18           0
  1  Assessor's Office                         9159                43            42             42             42              42           0
  1  Delinquent Tax                            9165                 7             7              7              8               8           0
  9  Delinquent Tax - Contract Svcs.           7150                 0             0              0              0               0           0
TOTAL, TAX COLLECTION                                              80            81             81             82              82           0




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                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                            AUDITOR
The County Auditor, an elected official, is the statutory officer charged with preparing a complete listing
and description of all taxable and exempt property in their county, political subdivision and special
purpose districts by owner, property type, levy, location and assessed value. The Auditor calculates
levies; recommends or applies certain mandated levies to all assessed values; makes appropriate
changes to property; and provides the assessed values and their descriptions with the resulting levies
and taxes to the county official charged with the collection of taxes.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9150                                           COUNTY AUDITOR
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          811,413      860,406      963,563      975,772    1,007,213      31,441

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       562,814      625,708      660,052      684,312       742,038     57,726
Operating Expenditures                242,623      230,493      303,511      291,460       265,175    (26,285)
Capital Outlay                          5,977        4,205            0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $811,413     $860,406     $963,563     $975,772    $1,007,213    $31,441

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       14           14           14           14           14            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures decrease from FY 2008/09 primarily due to
          o $5,700 reduction in DP Contracted Services
          o $4,200 reduction in Forms
          o $2,000 reduction in Training


Ongoing Initiatives
  • Seek ways to enhance the level of service we give taxpayers.
  • Make available on the County’s website the ability to estimate real estate taxes.
  • Make available on the County’s website the ability to do one’s calculation on their high mileage
      vehicle discount.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                       TREASURER
The Spartanburg County Treasurer is elected at large by the citizens of Spartanburg County. The
duties of the office are established by State statutes and include the collection of all real, personal,
motor vehicle, and other taxes and the disbursement to all County, Municipal, School and Special
Service Districts. The Treasurer acts as banker for the County by managing all funds coming into and
going out of the County and by investing any funds not needed for immediate disbursement. It is the
mission of the Treasurer’s Office to efficiently, effectively, and fairly serve the taxpayers of Spartanburg
County.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9153                                           COUNTY TREASURER
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          739,679      827,091       906,514      955,539      978,828      23,289

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       608,404      708,209       784,872      814,739      853,878      39,139
Operating Expenditures                119,450       99,408       112,858      133,300      117,450     (15,850)
Capital Outlay                         11,825       19,473         8,784        7,500        7,500           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0             0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $739,679     $827,091      $906,514     $955,539     $978,828     $23,289

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       16           18            18           18           18            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures decrease $15,850 from FY 2008/09 primarily due to
          o $8,600 reduction in DP Contracted Services
          o $5,000 reduction in Forms


Departmental Functions
   • Strive to efficiently and effectively serve the taxpayers of Spartanburg County by continuously
      seeking improved technological advances, not only for the citizens of Spartanburg County, but
      other counties throughout the state.
   • Update the accounting system to better serve departments, municipalities, and school districts
      by providing more comprehensive reports.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                           ASSESSOR’S OFFICE
The Spartanburg County Assessor's office is responsible for preparation of the real estate tax roll for
residential, commercial, agricultural and vacant properties located within the County. This is
accomplished through the mass appraisal of each class of property using industry standards and
legislated administrative procedures. Advice and coordination is provided to other tax administrative
offices, county administrator and budget management relating to assessment projections.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9159                                           ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08    FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        2,188,810    2,103,158     2,444,602    2,450,823    2,311,555     (139,268)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures      1,779,250    1,797,273     2,057,441    2,057,042    2,221,255     164,213
Operating Expenditures                 379,944      292,074       347,274      350,401       86,300    (264,101)
Capital Outlay                          29,616       13,811        39,888       43,380        4,000     (39,380)
Other Expenditures                           0            0             0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $2,188,810   $2,103,158    $2,444,602   $2,450,823   $2,311,555   ($139,268)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       43           42            42           42           42            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures decrease from FY 2008/09 primarily due to
          o $140,000 reduction in Reappraisal
          o $51,931 reduction in DP Contracted Services
          o $13,000 reduction in Telephone/Fax


Departmental Functions

 Function or Division       Description
 Appraisal                  Data collection and valuation of new construction on an annual basis for real
                            property tax purposes.
 Mapping                    Annual maintenance of tax maps for real property tax purposes.
 Operations and             Internal and external support for completing tasks, editing files, processing
 Support                    applications, data management, inventory maintenance, and the inter-
                            departmental activities for production of annual assessments and managing of
                            staffs.
 Mobile Home                Permitting, registration, inspecting, addressing, enforcement and appraising of
 Division                   mobile homes.
 Reappraisal                Systematic review and valuation of the universe of real property under the
                            Assessor's jurisdiction based on legislated and county ordinance directives.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                  DELINQUENT TAX
The Delinquent Tax Office collects delinquent taxes and special taxes on real estate, mobile homes,
watercraft, South Carolina Department of Revenue assessed charges and other personal property. If
taxes are not collected the office holds annual tax sales in accordance with Title XII of the South
Carolina Code of Laws. The office processes refunds due to abatements by the Assessor and Auditor
and processes all bankruptcy claims. In addition, beginning in FY 2009/10 the Delinquent Tax Office
will bring in house the job of researching deeds and mortgages for the annual tax sale, as well as
physically posting property to be sold.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9165                                           DELINQUENT TAX
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          344,945      372,089      439,733      541,518    1,130,751     589,233

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       278,327      297,280      367,546      456,368       433,501    (22,867)
Operating Expenditures                 56,602       70,869       67,151       85,150       697,250    612,100
Capital Outlay                         10,017        3,940        5,036            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $344,945     $372,089     $439,733     $541,518    $1,130,751   $589,233

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        7            7            7            8            8            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel expenses decrease $22,867 due to a $7,000 reduction in overtime as well as an
      employee working a reduced schedule.
   • Operating expenses increase due to expenses from Delinquent Tax Fund 9 being moved to
      Delinquent Tax General Fund.

Ongoing Initiatives

 Initiative                   Description
 Improve the collection       Special emphasis given to mobile homes has increased the collection rate of
 rate of all delinquent       mobile homes, as well as, identified mobile homes no longer in the County or
 properties turned            deemed of no value thus aiding the assessor’s office in cleaning up mobile home
 over by the                  records. Business personal property is currently being targeted in an effort to
 Treasurer’s Office           collect any delinquent taxes, as well as, clear up any old accounts no longer
                              collectible.
 Rewrite the software         The proposed computer enhancements will allow for improved accounting of the
 for the delinquent           sales and will allow the total information concerning each sale to be viewed on the
 tax sales                    computer rather than having to research manual files. The new software will aid
                              the staff and auditors in insuring that all sales are accounted for accurately.
 Delinquent Tax               The office, and particularly the Delinquent Tax Collector, assists the public and
 Collector Position           attorneys on quieting titles to property purchased at the tax sales by testifying in
                              Master-In-Equity Court.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 DELINQUENT TAXES – CONTRACT SERVICES
                                SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Beginning in FY 2009/10 all Delinquent Taxes-Contract Services operating and capital expenditures will
be captured in the Delinquent Taxes Department. This department is included to show historical
budget information only.

  DEPT NUMBER: 9-7150                                DELINQUENT TAX - CONTRACT SERVICES
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Special Revenue Fund                          0      624,338      782,581      812,582            0     (812,582)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures               0            0            0            0            0            0
  Operating Expenditures                        0      617,759      558,064      782,582            0     (782,582)
  Capital Outlay                                0        6,579            0            0            0            0
  Other Expenditures                            0            0      200,000       30,000            0      (30,000)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                            $0     $624,338     $758,064     $812,582           $0    ($812,582)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • This department is being combined with Delinquent Taxes in the General Fund.




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                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                                PUBLIC SAFETY
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                         $44,824,813
                    HAZ MAT         ESA Rescue Squads  Communications
                    $143,766      $203,318  & VFD        $5,096,566 
                      0%            1%      $572,500        11%
                                              1%
                    Environmental 
                     Enforcement
                      $1,514,339 
                          3%
                                                                                                         Sheriff's Office
                                                                                                          $21,153,400 
                                                                                                              47%
                                 Detention Facility
                                   $13,384,200 
                                       30%




                                              Coroner               Emergency    Emergency 
                                             $828,720                  Prep.   Medical Services
                                                2%                   $218,356    $1,709,648 
                                                                        1%           4%
                                                         PUBLIC SAFETY SUMMARY
                                                  DEPT        FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09           FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                             NO.        ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET             BUDGET         FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                          39,842,302     42,173,911     42,121,792     44,768,080         43,044,373     (1,723,707)
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                           0        580,404        547,940        559,878            453,638        (106,240)
 19 9-1-1 Phone System Fund                                 1,178,527      1,071,805      1,412,854      1,449,565          1,326,802        (122,763)
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                    $41,020,829    $43,826,120    $44,082,586    $46,777,523        $44,824,813    ($1,952,710)

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Sheriff's Office                           9300     19,265,280     21,018,782     22,518,824     22,029,510    $    21,087,759       (941,751)
  9    Sheriff's Office - Civil Process           9300              0         57,541         51,583         71,845    $        65,641         (6,204)
  9    Sheriff's Office - Grants                  9306              0        380,504        235,203         99,712    $           -          (99,712)
  1    Detention Facility                         9310     11,892,469     12,969,638     14,848,445     13,461,869    $    12,996,203       (465,666)
  9    Detention Facility - Home Detention        9310              0        142,358        425,797        388,322    $       387,997           (325)
  1    Coroner                                    9306        874,412        845,553      1,021,725        859,362    $       828,720        (30,642)
  1    Emergency Medical Services                 9506      1,514,735      1,325,877        718,504      1,733,562    $     1,709,648        (23,914)
  1    Emergency Preparedness                     9556        171,934        230,582        230,553        237,025    $       218,356        (18,669)
  1    Hazardous Materials (HAZ MAT)              9557        121,864        179,469        192,073        185,490    $       143,766        (41,724)
  1    Emergency Services Academy                 9551        210,349        249,858        229,132        239,726    $       203,318        (36,408)
  1    Communications - County                    9238        312,004        377,444        378,702        386,989    $       351,052        (35,937)
  1    Communications - Maintenance               9236        208,754        219,537        231,244        245,328    $       226,126        (19,202)
  1    Communications - Operations                9327      2,896,933      3,002,504      3,031,058      3,326,205    $     3,192,586       (133,619)
 19    Communications - Operations                9237      1,178,527      1,071,805        935,260      1,092,565    $     1,089,802         (2,763)
 19    Communications - Transfers                 9999              0              0        313,500        357,000    $       237,000       (120,000)
  1    Environmental Enforcement                  9415        867,276      1,149,264      1,440,482      1,461,765    $     1,514,339         52,574
  1    Volunteer Fire Departments                 9550        594,013        384,798         60,750        446,750    $       446,750              0
  1    Rescue Squads                              9527        149,221        155,572        154,546        154,500    $       125,750        (28,750)
  1    Detention Facility Maintenance             XXXX        519,654              0              0              0    $           -                0
  1    Local Law Enforcement Grant                XXXX        243,406         65,032         65,032              0    $           -                0
                                                          $41,020,830    $43,826,120    $47,082,412    $46,777,524        $44,824,813    ($1,952,711)



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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                 Public Safety
       Percentage of Total County Budget
                  $44,824,813
                                  Transfers/Other    County Leadership             Tax Collection
                                         4.5%              0.8%                         3.7%
                           Quality of Life
                               8.4%                                                                       Public Safety
              Education                                                                                     30.2%
                3.7%

     Recreation
       5.7%


   Health &
    Human 
   Services
     9.0%



   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%
                                                                                               Judicial
     Operational Support                             Public Works                               8.6%
                               Planning and Land Use
            9.2%                                        13.0%
                                        1.8%




                           TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                              FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                           FY 2009/10
   CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION          BUDGET
   County Leadership          $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation              $8,393,991
   Tax Collection             $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education               $5,490,000
   Public Safety             $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life        $12,393,286
   Judicial                  $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other         $6,699,308
   Public Works              $19,324,179




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                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



         Authorized Public Safety Personnel
                     Summary
                                                                           Environmental Enforcement, 
                                                                                    15, 3%
               HAZ MAT, 1, 0%     ESA, 2, 0%


                    Emergency 
                Preparedness, 3, 1%                 Communications, 75, 12%



             Coroner, 7, 1%




                                          Detention Facility, 182, 29%
                                                                                                    Sheriff Office, 337, 54%




                                               PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                                     DEPT           FY 05/06       FY 06/07        FY 07/08          FY 08/09     FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                                NO.           ACTUAL         ACTUAL          BUDGET            BUDGET      BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                                       589            599             602               614          616             2
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                                 0              2               7                 6            4            (2)
 19 9-1-1 Phone System Fund                                               3              3               3                 2            2             0
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                                  592            604             612               622          622             0

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Sheriff's Office                              9300                318            320              323               333       335              2
  9    Sheriff's Office - Civil Process              9300                                 2                2                 2         2              0
  9    Sheriff's Office - Grants                     9306                                 0                5                 2         0             (2)
  1    Detention Facility                            9310                180            182              182               180       180              0
  9    Detention Facility - Home Detention           9310                                                                    2         2              0
  1    Coroner                                       9306                  6              7                7                 7         7              0
  1    Emergency Medical Services                    9506                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
  1    Emergency Management                          9556                  2              3                3                 3         3              0
  1    Hazardous Materials (HAZ MAT)                 9557                  1              1                1                 1         1              0
  1    Emergency Services Academy                    9551                  2              2                2                 2         2              0
  1    Communications - County                       9238                  1              1                1                 1         1              0
  1    Communications - Maintenance                  9236                  3              3                3                 3         3              0
  1    Communications - Operations                   9237                 67             67               67                69        69              0
 19    Communications - Operations                   9237                  3              3                3                 2         2              0
 19    Communications - Transfers                    9999                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
  1    Environmental Enforcement                     9415                  9             13               13                15        15              0
  1    Volunteer Fire Departments                    9550                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
  1    Rescue Squads                                 9527                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
  1    Detention Facility Maintenance                XXXX                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
  1    Local Law Enforcement Grant                   XXXX                  0              0                0                 0         0              0
                                                                         592            604              612               622       622              0


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                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




PUBLIC SAFETY                                             PAGE E4
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                              SHERIFF’S OFFICE
                                           Mission
                  To provide the highest quality and standard of professional
                         law enforcement services to our community
The Sheriff’s Office, headed by the Sheriff, an elected official, provides modern law enforcement
services to all of Spartanburg County. A wide variety of services are offered to the people of
Spartanburg County including: Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Investigation, Narcotics, Forensic, Lab
Analysis, Sex Offender Registry, School Resource Program, Recruitment, Explosive Device Team,
Canine, Aviation, Polygraph, Warrant Team, Courtroom Security, Civil Process, Crime Prevention and
much more.

The Sheriff’s Office is accredited through the Commission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement
Agencies which is the highest national standard for Law Enforcement Agencies.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9300                                            SHERIFF'S OFFICE
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        19,265,280    21,018,782   22,518,824   22,029,510   21,087,759    (941,751)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures      16,508,272 18,067,835 19,271,054 19,685,061 19,719,302              34,241
Operating Expenditures                2,359,876   2,575,125   3,065,535   2,072,940   1,290,147        (782,793)
Capital Outlay                          397,132     375,822     182,235     271,509      78,310        (193,199)
Other Expenditures                            0           0           0           0           0               0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $19,265,280 $21,018,782 $22,518,824 $22,029,510 $21,087,759       ($941,751)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       318          320          323          333          335            2



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Two (2) positions will be transferred to the General Fund in FY 2009/10 when grants and other
      funding sources are no longer available.
   • In FY 2008/09 SADAC funded 40% of one (1) deputy’s salary. That funding will not be
      continued in FY 2009/10.
   • Personnel expenses also increase due proficiency increases.
   • Overtime is budgeted at the same as FY 2008/09.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   SHERIFF’S OFFICE – CIVIL PROCESS
                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
The Sheriff’s Office provides part-time employees to serve papers related to child support
requirements. These employees are funded by State revenue supplements.

DEPT NUMBER: 9-9300                                  SHERIFF'S OFFICE - CIVIL PROCESS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Special Revenue Fund                         0       57,541       51,583       71,845       65,641       (6,204)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                      49,741       51,583       71,845        65,641     (6,204)
Operating Expenditures                                7,800            0            0             0          0
Capital Outlay                                            0            0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                                        0            0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0      $57,541      $51,583      $71,845       $65,641    ($6,204)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                      2            2            2            2            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in Civil Process in the FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating
      Budget.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



              SHERIFF’S OFFICE – GRANTS
                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
DEPT NUMBER: 9-9306                                      SHERIFF'S OFFICE - GRANTS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Special Revenue Fund                         0      380,504      235,203       99,712            0     (99,712)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                     174,874      121,270       99,712            0     (99,712)
Operating Expenditures                               40,240       12,293            0            0           0
Capital Outlay                                      165,390      101,640            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                                        0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $380,504     $235,203      $99,712           $0    ($99,712)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                      0            5            2            0           (2)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • These grants originally funded five (5) Deputy positions. Funding was reduced during FY
      2007/08, and three (3) positions were transferred to the General Fund. Funding for FY 2009/10
      has been eliminated and the remaining two (2) positions will be transferred to General Fund.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                         DETENTION FACILITY
The Spartanburg County Detention Facility’s primary function is to protect the people of Spartanburg
County by operating a secure detention facility that is cost efficient and adheres to professional
standards. The facility is dedicated and strives to practice within its limits and resources to provide a
humane, safe, secure, and sanitary detention and incarceration for both pretrial and sentenced
offenders (90 days or less). The Detention Facility operates facilities located at 180 North Daniel
Morgan Avenue, 180 Magnolia Avenue, and 950 California Avenue, all in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9310                                            DETENTION FACILITY
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                         11,892,469   12,969,638   14,848,445   13,461,869   12,996,203    (465,666)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       8,565,024   9,552,341 10,601,063 10,016,802     9,755,251        (261,551)
Operating Expenditures                3,265,990   3,346,149   4,071,898   3,259,831   3,144,892        (114,939)
Capital Outlay                           61,455      71,148     175,484     185,236      96,060         (89,176)
Other Expenditures                            0           0           0           0           0               0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $11,892,469 $12,969,638 $14,848,445 $13,461,869 $12,996,203       ($465,666)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       180          182          182          180          180            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease of $261,551in Personnel Services Expenditures, including the elimination of the
      Detention Officer Recruitment and Retention Program ($225,000).
   • Changes in the FY 2009/10 Operating Expenditures include
          o An increase in Contract Services of $35,175 from $90,000 to $125,175 to reflect actual
             spending levels for the housing of juvenile prisoners by the Department of Juvenile
             Justice.
          o A decrease of $31,870 in Institutional Bedding Supplies to reflect a decrease in inmate
             population levels.
          o An increase of $28,000 in Jail Supplies from $140,000 to $168,000 in FY 2009/10 to
             reflect historical spending levels.
          o Elimination of budgeted funding in Vehicle Manpower, Vehicle Parts, and Vehicle Fuel
             accounts.      Expenditures related to these accounts are now budgeted in Non-
             Departmental (1-9200).
   • A decrease of $15,476 in Computer Equipment to reflect the addition of the Desktop and
      Portable Computer Replacement project in the FY 2010-14 Capital Improvement Plan.




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                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


(DETENTION FACILITY CONTINUED)

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Adherence to applicable State and Federal Laws and standards.
  • Cooperation with other criminal justice agencies to provide efficient coordination and use of
      resources.
  • Provide support services from time to time to other law enforcement agencies to assist them in
      their service to the community.
  • Effective management and professional development of departmental personnel.
  • Maintain highest standards of ethics and training.
  • Provide all other related services as may be necessary to carry out the department’s mission
      and to serve the citizens of Spartanburg County.




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DETENTION FACILITY – HOME DETENTION
                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
The Detention Facility operates a home detention program. Officers employed at the jail supervise and
monitor both pretrial and sentenced offenders as selected by the court following their release from the
jail. The officers use a variety of equipment including but not limited to alcohol monitoring and GPS
(Global Position Satellite) units that track offenders as they move in the community. All participants, as
selected by the court, are required to pay for their participation in the program and may be removed
from it for violating the program’s rules and/or the commission of another criminal act. The fees
collected are used to pay the monitoring company for lease of the equipment and covers the salaries of
County employees assigned to the program.

DEPT NUMBER: 9-9310                               DETENTION FACILITY - HOME DETENTION
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Special Revenue Fund                         0      142,358      425,797      388,322      387,997        (325)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                           0       85,368      114,322      113,997        (325)
Operating Expenditures                              142,358      325,263      274,000      274,000           0
Capital Outlay                                            0       15,167            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                                        0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $142,358     $425,797     $388,322     $387,997       ($325)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                                                2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in Home Detention FY 2009/10 Recommended Operating
      Budget.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                          CORONER
The Coroner is an elected law enforcement official who conducts independent investigations into violent
and suspicious deaths that occur in the county. He is responsible for legally deciding if a death is a
homicide, suicide, accident, or natural death; determining the cause of death such as suffocation, drug
overdose, drowning, and all other causes of death; determining the legal identity of each and every
person that dies a violent or suspicious death in the county; and notifies families when a violent or
suspicious death occurs in the county. The Coroner uses DNA, dental records, fingerprints, x-rays,
interviews, searches and other methods to make legal identification and cause and manner of the
person’s death. The Coroner also has subpoena power to assist him in death investigations.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9305                                                CORONER
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           874,412      845,553    1,021,725      859,362      828,720     (30,642)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        360,647      391,178       469,183     401,502      413,610      12,108
Operating Expenditures                 496,583      415,247       525,121     446,760      412,110     (34,650)
Capital Outlay                          17,183       39,127        27,421      11,100        3,000      (8,100)
Other Expenditures                           0            0             0           0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $874,412     $845,553    $1,021,725    $859,362     $828,720    ($30,642)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         6            7            7            7            7            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures are reduced in FY 2009/10 based on historical data and projected
      need.

Additional Responsibilities
The Coroner’s responsibilities in death investigation are the same whether one person is killed in an
automobile collision or if a commercial airline crashes with hundreds of deaths. He uses toxicology and
the results from a pathologist to determine the cause of death in each of these cases. After reviewing
all facts and collecting all of the evidence, the Coroner rules as to the manner of death – homicide,
suicide, accident, or natural death.

Many cases are complex and require special education and experience. Drug abuse in Spartanburg
County now creates problems when deciding if an overdose is intentional or accidental. There are
other cases involving drugs that are considered homicides and the Coroner must make a legal ruling in
each of these deaths. He routinely investigates the following types of death: murder, suicide, fire,
automobile collisions, plane crashes, boating accidents, hunting accidents, and any and all other violent
and suspicious deaths including incidents such as individuals falling down the stairs in their homes,
child and vulnerable adult deaths, and incidents where people fall from trees while trimming or fall from
houses under construction. Other types of investigations deal with lightning and other electrical related
deaths as well as farming accidents and incidents such as dog attacks. He must also investigate
anytime a medical error causes a death of an individual. The Coroner must be able to investigate
complex auto wreck scenes to determine if statements from witness are correct and environmental
conditions were not responsible. In each case, the Coroner must be able to testify in court, maintain a



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(CORONER’S OFFICE CONTINUED)

chain of evidence with any evidence collected and also maintain an evidence room that preserves
evidence for testing and for court purposes. The Coroner also issues permits for body removal and
cremation. If a case is suspicious or un-attended, the Coroner should be knowledgeable about all forms
or mechanisms of death to render a cause and manner of death.

The Coroner’s office responds to each and every scene as calls are received. It is not unusual to
receive three (3) calls in less than one (1) hour. This requires all employees to be on call seven (7)
days a week, twenty-four (24) hours a day. The scene must be secured and protected until the
Coroner’s Investigator arrives to conduct an investigation. The Investigator must be in route within ten
(10) minutes of receiving the call to investigate a death.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



       EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are provided by contract with the Spartanburg Regional Medical
Center. EMS has primary responsibility to deliver pre-hospital patient care and transportation in the
metropolitan areas of the county as well as provide advanced back-up life support ambulance coverage
to the remaining portions of the county covered by volunteer rescue squads. Spartanburg County’s
annual appropriation for Emergency Medical Services is the funding gap between anticipated revenues
and budgeted expenditures.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9506                                   EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          1,514,735   1,325,877      718,504    1,733,562    1,709,648     (23,914)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       6,557,233    6,822,071    7,078,496    7,728,332   8,273,348     545,016
Operating Expenditures                  926,462    1,191,674    1,042,292    1,101,800   1,223,300     121,500
Capital Outlay                          368,700      723,961      803,087      530,000     513,000     (17,000)
Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0           0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $7,852,395   $8,737,706   $8,923,875   $9,360,132 $10,009,648    $649,516

LESS REVENUES                         6,337,660    7,411,829   8,205,371    7,626,570    8,300,000     673,430

TOTAL APPROPRIATION                  $1,514,735   $1,325,877    $718,504    $1,733,562   $1,709,648   ($23,914)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Emergency Medical Services revenues are expected to increase 8.8% or $673,430 over FY
      2008/09 based on updated revenue projections.
   • Expenditures are budgeted at 6.9% over FY 2008/09, however with the corresponding increase
      in anticipated revenue for services, the net impact on the annual appropriation to Emergency
      Medical Services is a reduction of $23,914 or 1.38%.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                     OFFICE OF EMERGENCY
                         MANAGEMENT
Five-Fold Mission
   • To warn of impending danger;
   • When required, support local agencies with timely, effective deployment of resources;
   • Through the public information process, keep affected residents informed about the
       situation and how they can protect themselves;
   • Coordinate and direct restoration and recovery operations when local government
       resources are exhausted;
   • Assess local needs and coordinate support from the State of South Carolina and the
       federal government as necessary and appropriate.

The Office of Emergency Management establishes policies and procedures which will assure the
maximum and most effective utilization of all resources in the County, minimize the loss of life and/or
injury to the population, and protect and conserve the resources and facilities in Spartanburg County
during emergencies resulting from natural disasters or human induced technological hazards.

It is the policy of the Office of Emergency Management to be prepared for any emergency or disaster.
Emergency response personnel, equipment, and facilities will be maintained in a state of readiness to
save lives, prevent or minimize damage to property, and provide assistance to all people who are
threatened by an emergency or who becomes victims of any disaster. Emergency Operations will be
coordinated by this office in the most efficient manner possible.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9556                                      EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           171,934      230,582      230,553      237,025      218,356     (18,669)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        115,866      176,990      185,105      190,385      197,416       7,031
Operating Expenditures                  55,482       39,292       45,329       45,240       20,940     (24,300)
Capital Outlay                             586       14,299          119        1,400            0      (1,400)
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $171,934     $230,582     $230,553     $237,025     $218,356    ($18,669)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         2            3            3            3            3            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease of $4,700 in Contract Services from FY 2008/09
   • A decrease of $1,000 in professional development
   • No changes to Capital Outlay




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Ongoing Initiatives
The Office of Emergency Management will provide for protection in the county, in order to minimize
damage, injury, and loss of life resulting from any type disaster; provide for the continuity of
government; and provide for damage assessment and survey of damage, private and public, resulting
from such emergency. In addition to these Emergency Functions, the Office of Emergency
Management is also responsible for the following:

   •   Maintaining the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
   •   Providing Homeland Security Coordination and Planning
   •   Coordinating State and Federal Funds
   •   Developing Emergency Response Plans (EOP, COOP, Pandemic, etc)
   •   Maintaining Essential Databases (resources, tier II facilities, special needs, etc)
   •   Coordinate the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)
   •   Assisting and/or conducting training exercises for Emergency Responders
   •   Facilitating compliance with the Community Right to Know Act
   •   Providing on-scene response coordination
   •   Coordinating the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZ MAT)
The Spartanburg County Hazardous Materials Response Team (HAZ MAT Team) is a locally formed
and funded group of emergency personnel with developed knowledge and skills necessary to safely
and effectively manage a hazardous materials incident. The haz-mat team has been combined with the
Federal/State funded COBRA (Chemical, Ordinance, Biological and Radiological) Team, which was
established for response to terrorist incidents. This combination enhances manpower availability,
equipment resources and professional development for both teams.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9557                                  HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZ MAT)
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           121,864      179,469      192,073      185,490      143,766     (41,724)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         85,864       87,713       92,363       90,460      100,216       9,756
Operating Expenditures                  18,561       48,034       60,692       53,970       40,050     (13,920)
Capital Outlay                          17,439       43,723       39,018       41,060        3,500     (37,560)
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $121,864     $179,469     $192,073     $185,490     $143,766    ($41,724)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         1            1            1            1            1            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures decrease $13,920 from FY 2008/09 primarily due to the removal of
      funding for fleet related items. These funds are not budgeted in Non-Departmental (1-9200) in
      General Fund.
   • Capital Outlay decreases $37,560 from FY 2008/09 due to the elimination of funding for Siren
      Replacement.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Hazardous vulnerability planning and preparedness.
  • To respond to releases or potential releases of hazardous materials for the purpose of life
      preservation and incident stabilization.
  • To maintain a cache of equipment necessary for the stabilization of an incident involving a
      hazardous substance.
  • Conduct associated training as required by the Occupational Safety Health Administration
      (OSHA), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and other state and federal guidelines.
  • Conduct annual exercises to reduce exposure to accidents and injuries.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      EMERGENCY SERVICES ACADEMY
The Emergency Services Academy (ESA) provides the appropriate training and education to all
Emergency Services Agencies in Spartanburg County; maintains open avenues of communications
with all agencies in an effort to make our services easily accessible; provides a safe training
environment which is conducive to adult learning while staying abreast of technological advancements
in all areas of emergency response training; and provides support to the emergency services agencies
in their administration and operation, striving for a safer, more enjoyable life for the citizens and guests
of Spartanburg County.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9551                                   EMERGENCY SERVICES ACADEMY
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10      INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           210,349      249,858      229,132      239,726      203,318        (36,408)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         117,400     127,587      120,826      133,176      136,968          3,792
Operating Expenditures                   86,621     104,399       93,379       95,550       66,350        (29,200)
Capital Outlay                            6,328      17,872       14,927       11,000            0        (11,000)
Other Expenditures                            0           0            0            0            0              0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $210,349    $249,858     $229,132     $239,726     $203,318       ($36,408)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         2            2            2            2            2              0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures decrease $36,408 to reflect the shift of a temporary
      Administrative Assistant position back to the Coroner’s office.
   • Utility accounts (Electricity, Gas-Heating, and Water/Sewer) and the Janitorial account are
      budgeted at $0 for FY 2009/10. These expenditures are now budgeted in the Facilities
      Maintenance Department (1-9607) in General Fund
   • Capital Outlay decreases $11,000 or 100% from FY 2008/09.

Departmental Functions

 Program or             Description                                                                   FY 2009/10
 Service                                                                                                 Budget
 Training Fire          Provide training and education to the personnel of the thirty-six                      $
 Departments            (36) fire departments of Spartanburg County including
                        specialized training such as confined space, high angle,
                        hazardous materials, medical first responder, weapons of mass
                        destruction and others as necessary.
 Training EMS           Provide training and education to the personnel of Rescue                              $
 (Rescue Squads)        Squads in Spartanburg County including First Responder, EMT,
                        EMT-B, EMT-A and Hazardous Materials, Weapons of Mass
                        Destruction, Vehicle Extraction and other courses as necessary.
 Law Enforcement        Provide and schedule facility use.                                                     $
 Training
 County Employee        Provide training for all county employees that will create a safer                     $
 Training               and less stressful work environment.

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                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



(EMERGENCY SERVICES ACADEMY CONTINUTED)

Program or        Description                                                      FY 2009/10
Service                                                                               Budget
EMS Grant         The annual State Grant for Emergency Medical Services has a               $
Administration    5.5% county match. Although administered by the ESA, the
                  allocated funding is for the Rescue Squad Department.
Committees and    ESA serves the following: EMS Advisory Committee, Fire                   $
Response Teams    Chief’s Advisory Committee, Fire Investigation Team, Bio-
                  Hazard Response Team, Local Emergency Planning
                  Committee, Emergency Operations Center, Hazardous
                  Materials Response Team, Weapons of Mass Destruction
                  Committee, Protective Services Advisory Board, Fire Advisory
                  Board, Spartanburg County Emergency Response Workgroup,
                  Spartanburg County AED Committee, and the Spartanburg Air
                  Ambulance Policy and Procedure Committee.
Facilities        Provide routine maintenance for seven (7) buildings, including           $
Management/       training props and grounds of the eighteen (18) acre facility.
Maint. Upkeep     Renovate existing Fire Simulator to return it to 100%
                  operational. Construct a Rehabilitation Area for personnel
                  during practical exercises at the ESA.
Strategy          Develop strategies for management of emergency situations                $
Development and   and adequate resource assignment. Develop safety strategies
Implementation    for ESA.
Curricula         Develop training courses for Emergency Response Agencies                 $
Development and   and Spartanburg County employees, including audio/visual, text
Implementation    and outlines specific to topic of concern.
Accounts          Increase coordination and cooperation with Spartanburg County            $
Payable/          Treasurer’s Office to develop more efficient means to collect
Receivable        revenue and deposits. Invoice and receive payment for services
                  and/or facility leases.
Equipment         Provide equipment in working order for adequate training to              $
Procurement,      ESA customers. Purchase new training equipment for Fire
Mgmt., and        Department training.
Repair
TOTAL,                                                                              $203,318
EMERGENCY
SERVICES
ACADEMY (ESA)




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



               COMMUNICATIONS – COUNTY
The Communications - County Department provides the county offices with switchboard services and
the Judicial Center with its Information Center; maintains two way radio service, system equipment and
radio towers.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9238                                     COMMUNICATIONS - COUNTY
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10      INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           312,004      377,444      378,702      386,989      351,052        (35,937)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         33,836       36,922       36,186       36,102        39,422         3,320
Operating Expenditures                 269,272      289,728      302,694      324,217       287,630       (36,587)
Capital Outlay                           8,896       50,793       39,822       26,670        24,000        (2,670)
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0                           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $312,004     $377,444     $378,702     $386,989     $351,052       ($35,937)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         1            1            1            1            1              0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease in Contract Services of $30,957 from FY 2008/09 to reflect anticipated expenditures.
   • A decrease in Radio Parts of $5,000 from FY 2008/09.
   • A decrease in Telephone/Fax Service costs of $4,020 from FY 2008/09 to reflect historical
      spending levels.

Departmental Functions

 Program or Service         Description                                                               FY 2009/10
                                                                                                         Budget
 Telephone                  Provide telephone reception services for the county and to                         $
 Reception/ Public          provide general reception services at the County Judicial
 Information                Center.
 Radio Systems              Maintain and support the radio system(s) used by city/county                       $
 Support and                government.
 Maintenance
 Tower Site                 Maintain and support the tower sites used by the radio                             $
 Maintenance/Support        systems through the city/county.
 TOTAL,                                                                                                $351,052
 COMMUNICATIONS -
 COUNTY




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   COMMUNICATIONS – MAINTENANCE
The Spartanburg Communications/9-1-1 Department is a consolidated organization that serves all
Spartanburg City and County public safety agencies, as well as all citizens. The maintenance division
provides repair service for radios, mobile radio installation in vehicles, and maintenance of towers,
antennas, and coax cable.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9236                                   COMMUNICATIONS - MAINTENANCE
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10      INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09

Genereal Fund                          208,754       219,537      231,244      245,328      226,126       (19,202)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         172,564      182,079      190,656      197,533      198,956         1,423
Operating Expenditures                    40,508      37,619        47,262       52,895       38,670      (14,225)
Capital Outlay                             5,717        9,183        6,663        9,400        3,000       (6,400)
Other Expenditures                      (10,036)      (9,344)     (13,338)     (14,500)     (14,500)            0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $208,754     $219,537     $231,244     $245,328     $226,126      ($19,202)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          3            3            3            3            3              0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease of $14,225 from FY 2008/09 due to various minor reductions in Operating
      Expenditure accounts.
   • A Capital Outlay decrease of $6,400 in Miscellaneous Equipment.

Departmental Functions

 Program or Service         Description                                                               FY 2009/10
                                                                                                         Budget
 Base Radio                 Maintain and support the base radio systems used by                                $
 Maintenance/Support        emergency services throughout the city/county.
 Mobile/Portable            Maintain and support the mobile and portable radio systems                          $
 Radio Maintenance          used by emergency services throughout the city/county.
 Support
 Tower Site                 Maintain and support the tower sites used by the radio                              $
 Maintenance/Support        systems throughout the city/county.
 Telephone System,          Maintain    and     support      the   voice/voice mail                             $
 Voice Mail                 telecommunication services throughout the county.
 Maintenance Support
 Administrative             Provide accounts payable services for the Communications /                          $
 Support                    9-1-1 Department.
 Facility Management        Provide facility management services for all facilities of the                      $
 and Maintenance            Communications / 9-1-1 Department.
 Support
 Training and               Provides relevant and effective training programs and                               $
 Professional Dev.          maintains professional standards.
 TOTAL,                                                                                                $266,126
 COMMUNICATIONS -
 MAINTENANCE

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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      COMMUNICATIONS – OPERATIONS
The Spartanburg Communications/9-1-1 Department is a consolidated organization that serves all
Spartanburg City and County public safety agencies, as well as all citizens. This division also provides
telephone communications review and analysis.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9237                                    COMMUNICATIONS - OPERATIONS
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10      INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          2,896,933    3,002,504     3,031,058    3,326,205    3,192,586       (133,619)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       2,648,967     2,774,726     2,772,485    3,033,715    2,918,084      (115,631)
Operating Expenditures                  253,265       229,280       225,470      287,490      271,032       (16,458)
Capital Outlay                                 0         2,896       33,103        5,000        3,470        (1,530)
Other Expenditures                       (5,299)       (4,398)           0             0            0             0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $2,896,933    $3,002,504    $3,031,058   $3,326,205   $3,192,586     ($133,619)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        67            67            67           69           69              0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Vehicle Manpower, Vehicle Parts, and Vehicle Fuel accounts are budgeted at $0. Expenditures
      related to these accounts are now budgeted in Non-Departmental (1-9200) in the General Fund
      for all General Fund Vehicles.
   • Capital Outlay decreases $1,530 from FY 2008/09 due to a decrease in Miscellaneous
      Equipment.

Departmental Functions

 Program or Service           Description                                                               FY 2009/10
                                                                                                           Budget
 9-1-1 Operations             Provide emergency communications services for the                                  $
                              citizens, visitors, and emergency service agencies of
                              Spartanburg City/County.
 Training and                 Provide a relevant and effective training program to maintain                      $
 Professional Dev.            professional standards.
 Information System           Provide information systems management services for the                            $
 Support, Procurement,        Communications / 9-1-1 Department.
 Maint. Support
 Facility Management          Provide facility management services for all facilities of the                     $
 and Maint. Support           Communications / 9-1-1 Department.
 CJIS Project                 Provide project management services for the county’s                               $
 Management                   initiative with criminal justices information systems.
 OES Management               Provide management oversight and support of the                                    $
                              departments of the Office of Emergency Services including
                              the strategic review of the Emergency Operations Plan of
                              Spartanburg County.
 TOTAL,                                                                                                 $3,192,586
 COMMUNICATIONS -
 OPERATIONS
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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      COMMUNICATIONS – OPERATIONS
                         9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND
This department provides funding for operational support to the Communications – Operations
department through revenues received through the 9-1-1 Phone System Fund.

DEPT NUMBER: 19-9237                      9-1-1 PHONE FUND - COMMUNICATIONS - OPERATIONS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

9-1-1 Phone Fund                     1,178,527    1,071,805      935,260    1,092,565    1,089,802       (2,763)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures          95,937      101,652     108,569       121,091      117,900     (3,191)
Operating Expenditures                  767,276      733,906     643,524       865,774      886,454     20,680
Capital Outlay                          315,314      236,247     183,167       105,700       85,448    (20,252)
Other Expenditures                            0            0           0             0            0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $1,178,527   $1,071,805    $935,260    $1,092,565   $1,089,802    ($2,763)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         3            3            3            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Capital Outlay Expenditures decrease $20,252 from FY 2008/09 primarily due to a decrease in
      Radios and Computer Equipment.
   • Operating Expenditures increases $20,680 from $865,774 to $886,454 in FY 2009/10. This
      increase was a result of increased anticipated costs in Contract Services and Maintenance
      Agreements associated with the CPE and CAD systems.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



       COMMUNICATIONS – TRANSFERS
                         9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND
This department provides for the transfer of resources to selected capital projects.

DEPT NUMBER: 19-9999                               9-1-1 COMMUNICATIONS - TRANSFERS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

9-1-1 Phone Fund                             0            0      313,500      357,000      237,000     (120,000)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0            0            0            0            0
Operating Expenditures                       0            0            0            0            0            0
Capital Outlay                               0            0            0            0            0            0
Other Expenditures                           0            0      313,500      357,000      237,000     (120,000)
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0           $0     $313,500     $357,000     $237,000    ($120,000)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 transfer to the Capital Improvement Plan includes:
          o 9-1-1 Computer Aided Dispatch System Replacement ($130,000)
          o 9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Replacement ($107,000)




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



       ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT
The mission of the Spartanburg County Environmental Enforcement Department is to enforce
Spartanburg County ordinances, South Carolina law and the International Property Maintenance Code
pertaining to animal control, litter control and Property Maintenance codes. The Department will:
    • Inspect private and public property for violations of litter, illegal dumping, cruelty to animals,
        animals roaming at large, rabies/tags violations;
    • Trap or tranquilize abandoned dangerous, vicious, nuisance animals;
    • Impound stray unwanted animals and animals that must be quarantined;
    • Enforce traffic laws that pertain to transporting litter and solid waste;
    • Investigate complaints of illegal construction and demolition dumpsites, damage to roads or
        rights of ways, dumping of raw sewage and pollution violations;
    • Collect evidence and issue county summons and state tickets for violations;
    • Obtain and serve search and seizure warrants, write reports, and testify and prosecute cases in
        court; and
    • Implement and keep records for County Adopt-A-Road program.

Financial information, personnel information, and a description of all activities associated with Litter
Control and the Environmental Enforcement Lieutenant can be found in the Solid Waste Management
Fund, page G14.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9415                   ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT - PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           867,276    1,149,264    1,440,482    1,461,765    1,514,339      52,574

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         327,237      521,151      566,155      642,205      680,159     37,954
Operating Expenditures                  539,408      624,399      870,288      811,560      834,180     22,620
Capital Outlay                              631        3,714        4,040        8,000            0     (8,000)
Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0            0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $867,276   $1,149,264   $1,440,482   $1,461,765   $1,514,339    $52,574

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         9           13           13           15           15            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures reflect a decrease associated with shifting fifty percent (50%)
      of costs of one Administrative Assistant position to the Solid Waste Fund to reflect duties of the
      position.
   • Capital Outlay Expenditures decrease $8,000 from FY 2008/09.
   • An increase in Spartanburg Human Society from $579,000 to $675,000 to reflect terms of the
      contractual agreement.
   • A decrease of $10,000 in Spay/Neuter expenditures.




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                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


   (ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT CONTINUED)

Program or Service   Description                                                       FY 2009/10
                                                                                          Budget
Animal Control       Provide public safety through pro-active patrols, provides                 $
                     customer service by responding to animal complaints, stray
                     or vicious animals, nuisance animals, animal pickups, trap
                     calls; completes reports, records and enforces animal control
                     laws, ordinances and issues citations and prosecutes court
                     cases. Emphasis on investigation of serious animal abuse
                     and cruelty violations.     Assists Litter Control, Property
                     Maintenance Codes Officers, and other agencies.

                     The Senior Animal Control Officer:
                     ● Provides direct supervision to Departmental Officers and
                     ensures orders, policies and procedures are followed in the
                     absence of the Environmental Enforcement Lieutenant.
                     ● Trains Animal Control Officers on work procedures.
                     ● Assists the Director and Lieutenant in selecting Officers by
                     participating on the Interview Board.
                     ● Responds to related responsibilities of the job on a 24 hour,
                     7-day per week basis.

                     Other Animal Control goals include:
                     ● Enforce county ordinance and state laws and through
                     enforcement and education reduce the number of unwanted
                     and stray animals for the protection of public health and
                     safety within the county.
                     ● Provides funds for low cost spay/ neuter program.




Property             Evaluates condition of buildings for unsanitary and unsafe                $
Maintenance          structural conditions; investigates complaints and violations
                     of Spartanburg County Ordinances and International Property
                     Maintenance Code related to non-technical commercial and
                     residential issues including derelict vehicles, overgrown yards
                     and condemnation of property and structures. Assists Litter
                     and Animal Control and other agencies.

                     The Senior Property Maintenance Inspector:
                     ● Provides direct supervision to Departmental Inspectors and
                     ensures orders, policies and procedures are followed in the
                     absence of the Environmental Enforcement Lieutenant.
                     ●Trains Property Maintenance Inspectors on work
                     procedures.
                     ● Assists the Director and Lieutenant in selecting Inspectors
                     by participating on the Interview Board.
                     ● Enforce county ordinance and International Property
                     Maintenance codes to reduce unsafe and unsightly
                     properties to protect public health and safety within the
                     County.


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                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                 ● Record number of Property Maintenance Code complaints
                 investigated, derelict vehicles tagged and removed,
                 overgrown yards, and condemnation of property and
                 structures.
Litter Control   (See the Solid Waste Fund, page 128 for additional                $
                 information on Litter Control)
Environmental    (See the Solid Waste Fund, page 128 for additional                $
Enforcement      information on the Environmental Enforcement Lieutenant
Sergeant
TOTAL,                                                                     $1,514,339
ENVIROMENTAL
ENFORCEMENT




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



       VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS
The Volunteer Fire Department program provides a contribution to the operational budgets of the fire
departments serving Spartanburg County and provides a one-half mil tax levy for one-time capital
improvements to qualifying fire departments. Requests for distribution of funds are reviewed and
recommended for approval by the Spartanburg County Fire Advisory Committee. County Council gives
final approval.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9550                                   VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           594,013      384,798       60,750      446,750      446,750            0

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0            0            0            0           0
Operating Expenditures                 594,013      384,798       60,750      446,750      446,750           0
Capital Outlay                               0            0            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $594,013     $384,798      $60,750     $446,750     $446,750          $0

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes to the Volunteer Fire Departments budget from FY 2008/09.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                  RESCUE SQUADS
The Spartanburg County Association of Emergency Medical Squads (Rescue Squads) provides
emergency care and transportation to sick or injured County residents. The Rescue Squads operate
primarily with all volunteer personnel at minimal costs to tax payers, while continuing to decrease the
amount of down time and no-responses that occur annually.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9527                                            RESCUE SQUADS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           149,221      155,572      154,546      154,500      125,750     (28,750)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures               0           0            0            0            0           0
Operating Expenditures                  149,221     155,572       98,168       98,500       73,750     (24,750)
Capital Outlay                                0           0       56,378       56,000       52,000      (4,000)
Other Expenditures                            0           0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $149,221    $155,572     $154,546     $154,500     $125,750    ($28,750)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease of $23,750 in Rescue Squads-Volunteer from $95,000 to $71,250 in FY 2009/10
      due to a requested decrease by the Emergency Medical Services Committee.
   • A Capital Outlay decrease of $4,000 in Emergency Medical Services Equipment.




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                                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                                           JUDICIAL
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                          $12,724,896
                                                                                                                             Victim Witness Program
                                                                                                                                    $163,764 
                                                          Public Defender               Clerk of Court                                 1%
                                                            $1,467,483                   $2,385,265                                          District 
                                                                11%                         19%                                            Magistrates
                                Magisterial Court                                                                                           $688,381 
                                  $2,464,662                                                                                                   5%
                                      19%
                                                                                                                                             Master‐in‐
                                                                                                                       Probate Court          Equity
                                                                                                                        $1,103,639           $365,733 
                                                                                                                            9%                  3%

                                                     Circuit Solicitor
                                                       $3,638,422 
                                                           29%


                                                                                                                          Juvenile Arbitration
                                                                                                                               $68,940 
                                                                                                           PreTrial Intervention 1%
                                                                                                                 $378,607 
                                                                                                                   3%




                                                            JUDICIAL SUMMARY
                                                   DEPT       FY 05/06       FY 06/07        FY 07/08        FY 08/09           FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                              NO.       ACTUAL         ACTUAL          ACTUAL         BUDGET             BUDGET         FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                          10,420,922     11,012,449      11,943,335      12,826,136         12,403,122        (423,014)
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                           0        535,763         509,663         417,490            321,774         (95,716)
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                    $10,420,922    $11,548,211     $12,452,998     $13,243,627        $12,724,896      ($518,731)

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Clerk of Court                              9250     1,939,618      2,064,436       2,111,318       2,521,919    $     2,385,265       (136,654)
  1    Circuit Solicitor                           9268     2,913,428      2,979,859       3,298,185       3,513,738    $     3,385,588       (128,150)
  9    Circuit Solicitor - Confiscated Assets      9268             0         59,975          47,409          46,634    $           -          (46,634)
  9    Circuit Solicitor - Grants                  9258             0        363,489         326,557         279,269    $       252,834        (26,435)
  1    Magisterial Court                           9265     2,157,145      2,293,139       2,461,508       2,550,468    $     2,464,662        (85,806)
  1    District Magistrates                        9264       584,771        599,846         654,030         688,732    $       688,381           (351)
  1    Master-in-Equity                            9259       327,183        345,860         357,930         367,347    $       365,733         (1,614)
  1    Probate Court                               9256       934,589      1,022,397       1,050,023       1,077,940    $     1,103,639         25,699
  1    Public Defender                             9262     1,141,674      1,247,260       1,523,596       1,595,418    $     1,467,483       (127,935)
  1    PreTrial Intervention - Adult               9269       223,498        239,358         249,175         254,606    $       275,404         20,798
  1    PreTrial Intervention - Juvenile            9270        70,223         83,969          90,362         104,202    $       103,203           (999)
  9    Juvenile Arbitration                        9266             0         60,102          54,400          91,587    $        68,940        (22,647)
  1    Victim Witness Program                      9267       128,792        136,325         147,207         151,766    $       163,764         11,998
  9    Victim Advocate Services                    9272             0         52,197          29,100               0    $           -                0
                                                          $10,420,922    $11,548,211     $12,400,801     $13,243,627        $12,724,896      ($518,731)



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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                    Judicial
       Percentage of Total County Budget
                  $12,724,896
                                   Transfers/Other    County Leadership            Tax Collection
                                          4.5%              0.8%                        3.7%
                            Quality of Life
                                8.4%
              Education                                                                                Public Safety
                3.7%                                                                                     30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


   Health &
    Human 
   Services
     9.0%



   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%


     Operational Support                                 Public Works                               Judicial
                                Planning and Land Use
            9.2%                                            13.0%                                    8.6%
                                         1.8%




                          TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                             FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                             FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION               BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION            BUDGET
County Leadership            $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                $8,393,991
Tax Collection               $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                 $5,490,000
Public Safety               $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life          $12,393,286
Judicial                    $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other           $6,699,308
Public Works                $19,324,179




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                                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



Authorized Judicial Personnel Summary
                                                                          Juv. PreTrail Inter.
                                                                                   2
                                                Adult PreTrail Inter.             1%              Victim Witness Program
                                                         4                                                   3
                                                        2%                                                  1%
        Master in Equity
               5
             2%                                       Public Defender
                                                             23
                                Probate Court               10%                                          Clerk of Court
                                     18                                                                        59
                                     7%                                                                       24%

                     District Magistrates
                               20
                              8%

                                                                                                           Circuit Solicitor
                                                     Magisterial Court                                            62
                                                            49                                                   25%
                                                           20%




                                                       JUDICIAL PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                                       DEPT             FY 05/06        FY 06/07        FY 07/08          FY 08/09    FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                                  NO.             ACTUAL          ACTUAL          BUDGET            BUDGET     BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                                           227             228             228               239         239             0
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                                     0               3              12                 7           6            (1)
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                                      227             231             240               246         245            (1)

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Clerk of Court                                  9250                  53                  53           53                59        59              0
  1    Circuit Solicitor                               9268                  55                  55           52                55        56              1
  9    Circuit Solicitor - Confiscated Assets          9268                                                    1                 1         0             (1)
  9    Circuit Solicitor - Grants                      9568                                                    8                 4         4              0
  1    Magisterial Court                               9265                  46               46              49                49        49              0
  1    District Magistrates                            9264                  20               20              20                20        20              0
  1    Master-in-Equity                                9259                   5                5               5                 5         5              0
  1    Probate Court                                   9256                  17               18              18                18        18              0
  1    Public Defender                                 9262                  22               22              22                24        23             (1)
  1    PreTrial Intervention - Adult                   9269                   4                4               4                 4         4              0
  1    PreTrial Intervention - Juvenile                9270                   2                2               2                 2         2              0
  9    Juvenile Arbitration                            9266                                    2               2                 2         2              0
  1    Victim Witness Program                          9267                   3                3               3                 3         3              0
  9    Victim Advocate Services                        9272                                    1               1                 0         0              0
                                                                           227               231             240               246       245             (1)




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           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                    CLERK OF COURT
Each county of South Carolina has a popularly elected Clerk of Court who serves a four-year term. The
Clerk of Court serves both the Circuit and Family Court as they operate in each county. The Clerk of
Court is charged with docket management; receiving fees, fines, and cost; maintaining all court records;
and handling reporting requirements. In the Circuit Court, their duties encompass both civil and criminal
areas: receiving criminal trial lists; handling jury-related matters; and performing courtroom duties. In
the Family Courts, the clerks of court are responsible for receiving and disbursing support payments
paid through the Clerk of Court; and issuing Rules to Show Cause to bring non-paying obligors before
the Family Court.

All funding of Clerk of Court staff, office space, and equipment is a county responsibility, with the
exception of a limited state salary and support personnel supplement.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9250                                         CLERK OF COURT
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                      1,939,618    2,064,436    2,111,318    2,521,919    2,385,265     (136,654)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures    1,625,037    1,720,900    1,789,790    2,082,739    2,058,365     (24,374)
  Operating Expenditures               291,130      305,745      302,772      404,100      326,900     (77,200)
  Capital Outlay                        23,451       37,791       18,756       35,080            0     (35,080)
  Other Expenditures                         0            0            0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $1,939,618   $2,064,436   $2,111,318   $2,521,919   $2,385,265   ($136,654)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     53           53           53           59           59            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating expenses decrease through reductions based on historical data and anticipated
      need. Reductions include:
          o $9,000 Telephone/Fax
          o $50,000 Jury Pay
   • Capital expenses are eliminated with the reduction of Special Projects and Miscellaneous
      Equipment to $0.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Provide civil and criminal internet records.
  • Implement the statewide court case management computer system for the Circuit and Summary
      Courts. This system will allow information to be shared electronically between various courts
      and police agencies. The county will be responsible for annual support costs to cover call
      center support, enhancements, and legislative changes for process statutes as well as fines and
      fees.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                             CIRCUIT SOLICITOR
The Seventh Circuit Solicitor’s Office represents the state of South Carolina in criminal cases filed by
law enforcement in Spartanburg and Cherokee counties. A diverse team of attorneys represents the
office in Circuit Court, Magistrate Court and Family Court hearings. This office will do what is good and
just and right in the administration of justice and the representation for the citizens of the Seventh
Judicial Circuit.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9268                                           CIRCUIT SOLICITOR
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        2,913,428    2,979,859    3,298,185    3,513,738    3,385,588     (128,150)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures      2,734,629    2,734,585    3,045,108    3,169,238    3,211,588      42,350
Operating Expenditures                 169,984      169,005      195,364      289,500      154,000    (135,500)
Capital Outlay                           8,815       76,269       57,713       55,000       20,000     (35,000)
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $2,913,428   $2,979,859   $3,298,185   $3,513,738   $3,385,588   ($128,150)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       55           55           52           55           56            1



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • In FY 2009/10 Operating Expenditures are reduced from FY 2008/09 through the elimination of
      a grant match and reducing training by $15,000.
   • Capital expenses decrease $35,000 from FY 2008/09 through a reduction of Computers &
      Software.
   • Personnel position moved from Special Revenue Fund – Confiscated Assets to General Fund
      Circuit Solicitor during FY 2008.09




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 CIRCUIT SOLICITOR – CONFISCATED ASSETS
                                 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
Forfeited drug dollars received by the Circuit Solicitor’s Office are used to fund the salaries and benefits
for a part-time Drug Investigator.

   DEPT NUMBER: 9-9268                            CIRCUIT SOLICITOR - CONFISCATED ASSETS
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
   FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

   Special Revenue Fund                      0        59,975       47,409       46,634            0     (46,634)

   EXPENDITURES
   Personnel Services Expenditures                    25,674        3,161       46,634            0     (46,634)
   Operating Expenditures                             34,301       44,249            0            0           0
   Capital Outlay                                          0            0            0            0           0
   Other Expenditures                                      0            0            0            0           0
   EXPENDITURE TOTAL                        $0       $59,975      $47,409      $46,634           $0    ($46,634)

   AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0             0            1            1            0           (1)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
      • The position that was previously funded by Special Revenue was moved to Circuit Solicitor-
          General Fund during FY 2008/09.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



            CIRCUIT SOLICITOR – GRANTS
                             SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
This department supports salary and benefit costs associated with grant funded positions in the Circuit
Solicitor’s Office.

  DEPT NUMBER: 9-9258                                      CIRCUIT SOLICITOR - GRANTS
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Special Revenue Fund                          0      363,489      326,557      279,269      252,834     (26,435)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures                      361,481      225,724      279,269      252,834     (26,435)
  Operating Expenditures                                 2,008      100,833            0            0           0
  Capital Outlay                                             0            0            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                                         0            0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                            $0     $363,489     $326,557     $279,269     $252,834    ($26,435)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                       0            8            4            4            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Circuit Solicitor - Grants Recommended
      Operating Budget.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                         MAGISTERIAL COURT
Magistrates have criminal trial jurisdiction over all offenses that are subject to penalty or fine not
exceeding $500 or imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30) days. Magistrates have civil jurisdiction in
matters not exceeding $7,500 and landlord/tenant disputes of any amount. Magistrates are responsible
for hearing transfer court cases, setting bail, conducting preliminary hearings, and issuing arrest and
search warrants.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9265                                             MAGISTERIAL COURT
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                          2,157,145    2,293,139     2,461,508    2,550,468    2,464,662     (85,806)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures        2,074,856    2,204,286     2,332,653    2,464,218    2,409,562    (54,656)
  Operating Expenditures                    79,746       78,778        97,955       86,250       55,100    (31,150)
  Capital Outlay                             2,543       10,075        30,900            0            0          0
  Other Expenditures                             0            0             0            0            0          0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $2,157,145   $2,293,139    $2,461,508   $2,550,468   $2,464,662   ($85,806)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         46           46            49           49           49            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel expenses decrease 2% from FY 2008/09 due a reduction of hours for part-time
      employees.
   • Operating expenses decrease $3,400 with the elimination of the Uniform line item.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Comply with all Chief Justice and South Carolina Court Administration orders.
  • Dispose of cases in a timely manner.
  • Manage increasing caseloads and recognize new state mandates.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                     DISTRICT MAGISTRATES
State law establishes the Magistrates jurisdiction. In addition to the offices located at the Judicial Center
and the Detention Center, the Magistrate Court has eight District Magistrates with offices throughout
the county. These offices are located in Greer, Landrum, Chesnee, Inman, Reidville, Woodruff, Pacolet,
and Boiling Springs. While the District Judges primarily serve the area of the county surrounding their
offices, these Judges are Magistrates with countywide jurisdiction.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9264                                            DISTRICT MAGISTRATES
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                            584,771      599,846       654,030      688,732      688,381        (351)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures         522,249      533,007       579,474      615,702      619,881        4,179
  Operating Expenditures                   62,523       66,838        74,556       73,030       68,500       (4,530)
  Capital Outlay                                0            0             0            0            0            0
  Other Expenditures                            0            0             0            0            0            0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $584,771     $599,846      $654,030     $688,732     $688,381        ($351)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         20           20            20           20           20            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the District Magistrates FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                             MASTER-IN-EQUITY
The Master-In-Equity hears a broad range of non-jury civil cases which are referred by the Circuit
Court. These cases involve real estate matters, such as mechanic liens, foreclosures, partitions, road
closings, and condemnations. However, the majority of the cases referred are foreclosures. The
Master-In-Equity conducts the foreclosure sale the first Monday of each month. These foreclosures are
advertised and placed on the Spartanburg County website each month.

The Master-In-Equity is also assigned by the Supreme Court as a Circuit Court Judge for Spartanburg
County to assist the Circuit Court with the docket.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9259                                             MASTER IN EQUITY
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                            327,183      345,860      357,930      367,347      365,733        (1,614)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures         311,140      326,740      344,763      350,247      354,933        4,686
  Operating Expenditures                   10,913        8,106        7,564       14,600       10,800       (3,800)
  Capital Outlay                            5,130       11,014        5,604        2,500            0       (2,500)
  Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0            0            0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $327,183     $345,860     $357,930     $367,347     $365,733      ($1,614)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          5            5            5            5            5             0

FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
      • There are no significant changes in the Master-In-Equity FY 2009/10 Recommended
          Budget.

Departmental Functions

 Function or Division       Description                                                                  FY 2009/10
                                                                                                            Budget
 Preside Over Civil         Hear and dispose of any or all motions and pretrial                                   $
 Non-Jury Cases             proceedings; perform all administrative duties necessary to
                            prepare cases for trial or other disposition, including sounding
                            the trial, roster and docket; and try matters to conclusion.
 Appeals                    Hear appeals from Magistrate, Municipal, and Probate                                       $
                            Courts, as well as cases involving judicial review and/or
                            appeal of decisions of administrative agencies or
                            commissions.
 Settlements                Hear and approve or disapprove settlements of minor’s                                      $
                            interests, wrongful death and survivor action settlements.
 Criminal Matters           Accept Grand Jury returns, preside over guilty pleas, bond                                 $
                            hearings, probation revocations; hear and dispose of any or
                            all motions pretrial proceedings and non-jury trials; issue
                            search warrants; and perform all other non-jury criminal
                            matters.
 TOTAL, MASTER IN                                                                                         $365,733
 EQUITY


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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                  PROBATE COURT
The Probate Court probates wills, appoints personal representatives to administer estates of deceased
persons, (whether or not the decedent left a will or died intestate), oversees the administration to
ensure that all Inventories and Appraisements and accountings are filed and that the estate is
distributed according to the decedent's will or by law. Probate Court also appoints conservators to
administer funds on behalf of minors and oversees said administrations to ensure the minor is
protected; and issues marriage licenses. The Mental Health Division of the Probate Court has
jurisdiction over the involuntary commitment of the mentally ill, alcoholics, and drug addicts, and
appoints guardians and/or conservators for adults who have been adjudicated as incapacitated. The
Probate Court has exclusive original jurisdiction over any litigation concerning the above items and also
hears and determines matters concerning trust estates and accountings and/or removal of attorneys-in-
fact.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9256                                           PROBATE COURT
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          934,589    1,022,397    1,050,023    1,077,940    1,103,639      25,699

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       900,256       951,307      987,689    1,030,094    1,069,762     39,668
Operating Expenditures                 30,569        35,354       40,524       46,911       33,877    (13,034)
Capital Outlay                          3,765        35,736       21,810          935            0       (935)
Other Expenditures                          0             0            0            0            0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $934,589    $1,022,397   $1,050,023   $1,077,940   $1,103,639    $25,699

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       17           18           18           18            18           0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
      • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Probate Court Recommended Budget.

Court Functions

 Program or Service         Description and Goals                                                      FY 2009/10
                                                                                                          Budget
 Estate Division            Probates wills, appoints personal representatives, oversees                         $
                            administration of estates of deceased persons and minors, and
                            issues marriage licenses.
                            ● To provide the most efficient, people oriented, and error free
                            service in the state.
                            ● Handle workload increases due to population growth,
                            increased use of the courts, and mandates by court
                            administration and the judicial system; search for additional
                            ways to serve the public by efficient use of staff and resources.
 Mental Health              Jurisdiction over the involuntary commitment of the mentally ill                      $
 Division                   and chemically dependent persons; appoint and oversee
                            guardians and conservators for adults who are adjudicated
                            incapacitated.
 TOTAL, PROBATE                                                                                        $1,103.639
 COURT

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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                              PUBLIC DEFENDER
The Office of the Public Defender provides legal representation for persons charged with criminal
offenses in Spartanburg County Circuit Court, Magistrate Court, Municipal Courts, and juvenile
offenders referred through Family Court who meet the statutory guidelines for indigency.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9262                                           PUBLIC DEFENDER
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        1,141,674    1,247,260    1,523,596    1,595,418    1,467,483     (127,935)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures      1,048,860    1,171,980    1,370,799    1,517,558    1,389,623    (127,935)
Operating Expenditures                  83,811       70,660      138,317       77,860       77,860           0
Capital Outlay                           9,003        4,620       14,480            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                           0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $1,141,674   $1,247,260   $1,523,596   $1,595,418   $1,467,483   ($127,935)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       22           22           22           24           23           (1)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • The Personnel Services Expenditures were reduced through the funding of the Chief Public
      Defender position by the State of South Carolina. This reduced the Authorized Personnel for
      the Public Defenders Office by one (1) position.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      PRETRIAL INTERVENTION – ADULT
The PreTrial Intervention (PTI) is a program that offers offenders a chance to handle their charges
without going to court. If a person is accepted into PTI and successfully completes the program,
charges are dismissed. The offender can then apply to have all records expunged. Acceptance
depends upon the charge, prior criminal history, victim and officer recommendation, and restitution
amount. A person is allowed to participate in the PTI program only once.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9269                                 PRETRIAL INTERVENTION - ADULT
                                   FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                    ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                         223,498      239,358      249,175      254,606      275,404      20,798

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       210,278     221,999      232,533      239,296       259,694     20,398
Operating Expenditures                 13,053      14,419       16,642       15,310        15,710        400
Capital Outlay                            166       2,940            0            0                        0
Other Expenditures                          0           0            0            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $223,498    $239,358     $249,175     $254,606     $275,404     $20,798

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       4            4            4            4            4            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 PTI - Adult Recommended Budget.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 PRETRIAL INTERVENTION – JUVENILE
DEPT NUMBER: 1-9270                                PRETRIAL INTERVENTION - JUVENILE
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           70,223       83,969       90,362      104,202      103,203        (999)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        70,223       83,969       90,362      104,202      103,203        (999)
Operating Expenditures                      0            0            0            0            0           0
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $70,223      $83,969      $90,362     $104,202     $103,203       ($999)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        2            2            2            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 PTI – Juvenile Recommended Budget.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                      JUVENILE ARBITRATION
                             SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
The Juvenile Arbitration Grant is administered by the Circuit Solicitor’s Office. Funds received are used
to purchase computers and contract services.

DEPT NUMBER: 9-9266                                          JUVENILE ARBITRATION
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                                0       60,102        54,400       91,587       68,940     (22,647)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                     59,047        53,369       91,587        68,940    (22,647)
Operating Expenditures                               1,054         1,032            0             0          0
Capital Outlay                                           0             0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                                       0             0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                          $0      $60,102       $54,400      $91,587       $68,940   ($22,647)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                     2             2            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Juvenile Arbitration Recommended Budget.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                 VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM
The Victim/Witness Assistance Program (operated by the Circuit Solicitor’s Office) provides information
to victims and acts as an intermediary between victims and the criminal court systems. During the
period between the arrest of the defendant and the court date, the victim/witness staff keeps their
clients informed about the latest developments in their case. The issues discussed include
reimbursement for medical expenses and lost wages, restitution, counseling, emergency referrals,
property return assistance and the preparation of the Victim Impact Statement. Victim advocates
communicate with over 7,000 victims each year.

In FY 03, the Office of the Crime/Victim Ombudsman (part of the State of South Carolina Governor’s
Office) recognized the 7th Judicial Circuit as being one of the top performing regions in the state in
terms of quality victim service.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9267                                     VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          128,792      136,325      147,207      151,766      163,764      11,998

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       128,366      136,142      147,207      151,766      163,764      11,998
Operating Expenditures                    426          182            0            0            0           0
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $128,792     $136,325     $147,207     $151,766     $163,764     $11,998

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        3            3            3            3            3            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Victim Witness Program Recommended
      Budget.




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           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
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                                              PUBLIC WORKS
 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                   $19,324,179
                               Stormwater                       Transfers                       Administration and 
                               Management                       $389,500                           Engineering
                                 $568,222                          2%                               $482,820 
                                   3%                                                                  2%


                                  Solid Waste 
                                  Operations
                                   $6,508,608 
                                      34%

                                                                                                       Roads and Bridges
                                                                                                          $11,375,030 
                                                                                                             59%




                                                        PUBLIC WORKS SUMMARY
                                                 DEPT       FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09           FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                          NO.       ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET             BUDGET         FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                       6,079,563      6,249,394      4,727,613      4,749,700          3,673,113     (1,076,587)
    2  Road Maintenance Fee Fund                          4,412,817      4,700,847      5,079,130      6,075,548          6,902,452         826,904
    3  Stormwater Mgmt. Fund                                305,244        727,195        762,079        521,555            808,222         286,667
    4  Solid Waste Fund                                   8,487,945      7,379,483     10,720,388      8,836,580          6,658,108     (2,178,472)
    9  Special Revenue Fund                               3,174,954      4,102,786      5,328,539      1,827,091          1,282,284        (544,807)
   20 Palmetto Landfill Fund                              1,066,316        621,211        729,323        176,904                  0        (176,904)
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                $23,526,839    $23,780,915    $27,347,072    $22,187,378        $19,324,179    ($2,863,199)

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Public Works Administration             9404       133,384        177,639        150,076        154,471    $       150,035         (4,436)
    1    Public Works Engineering                9401       376,738        404,642        373,259        452,879    $       332,785       (120,094)
    1    Roads and Bridges                       9405     5,569,441      5,667,113      4,204,279      4,142,350    $     3,190,293       (952,056)
    2    Road Maintenance Fee                    9400     4,412,817      4,700,847      5,079,130      6,075,548    $     6,902,452        826,904
    9    State "C" Funds                         9402     4,260,014      4,102,785      5,328,539      1,827,091    $     1,282,284       (544,807)
    4    Solid Waste - Administration            9400       428,022        452,320        925,178        643,658    $       885,429        241,771
    4    Solid Waste - Collections               9410     1,986,571      2,118,342      2,293,066      2,535,019    $     2,688,196        153,177
    4    Solid Waste - Env. Enforcement          9415       282,733        355,113        382,670        422,064    $       393,025        (29,039)
    4    Solid Waste - Landfills                 9700     1,574,929      1,714,756      1,733,484      1,688,024    $     1,638,983        (49,041)
    4    Solid Waste - Landfill Engineering      9701     4,215,690      2,738,951        684,777        905,615    $       902,975         (2,640)
    4    Solid Waste - Transfers                 9999             0              0      4,701,213      2,642,200    $       149,500     (2,492,700)
   20    Palmetto Landfill - Administration      9400        66,316         58,185         63,470         71,904    $           -          (71,904)
   20    Palmetto Landfill - Transfers           9999     1,000,000        563,026        665,853        105,000    $           -         (105,000)
    3    Stormwater Mgmt. - Administration       9400       305,244        727,195        480,313        371,555    $       568,222        196,667
    3    Stormwater Mgmt. - Transfers            9999             0              0        281,766        150,000    $       240,000         90,000
                                                        $24,611,899    $23,780,915    $27,347,072    $22,187,378        $19,324,179    ($2,863,198)




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                Public Works
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $19,324,179
                                     Transfers/Other   County Leadership      Tax Collection
                                           4.5%              0.8%                 3.7%
                             Quality of Life
                                8.4%
               Education                                                                             Public Safety
                 3.7%                                                                                  30.2%

      Recreation
        5.7%


    Health &
    Human
    Services
     9.0%




    Comm & Econ Dev.
         1.4%
                                                                                          Judicial
                                                                                           8.6%
       Operational Support
                                 Planning and Land Use     Public Works
              9.2%
                                         1.8%                13.0%




                           TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                              FY 2009/10                                FY 2009/10                                FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION                BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION               BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION               BUDGET
County Leadership             $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use        $2,848,447   Recreation                   $8,393,991
Tax Collection                $5,428,347   Operational Support         $13,627,043   Education                    $5,490,000
Public Safety                $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.             $2,112,253   Quality of Life             $12,393,286
Judicial                     $12,724,896   Health & Human Services     $13,331,155   Transfers/Other              $6,699,308
Public Works                 $19,324,179

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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



      Authorized Public Works Personnel
                  Summary
                                                                           Administration and 
                                              Stormwater Management
                                                                             Engineering
                                                         4
                                                                                   8
                                                       2%
                                                                                  4%




                                                                                                 Roads and Bridges
                                      Solid Waste Operations                                            69
                                                106                                                    37%
                                               57%




                                               PUBLIC WORKS PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                                    DEPT       FY 05/06    FY 06/07       FY 07/08           FY 08/09       FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                             NO.       ACTUAL      ACTUAL         BUDGET             BUDGET        BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                                 69          68             68                 68             68              0
    2  Road Maintenance Fee Fund                                     6           6              6                  6              6              0
    3  Stormwater Mgmt. Fund                                         3           4              4                  4              4              0
    4  Solid Waste Fund                                            103         104            105                106            106              0
    9  Special Revenue Fund                                          0           4              3                  3              3              0
   20 Palmetto Landfill Fund                                         1           1              1                  1              0             (1)
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                           182         187            187                188            187             (1)

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Public Works Administration                9404               2         2                  2                  2         2              0
    1    Public Works Engineering                   9401               6         6                  6                  6         6              0
    1    Roads and Bridges                          9405              61        60                 60                 60        60              0
    2    Road Maintenance Fee                       9400               6         6                  6                  6         6              0
    9    State "C" Funds                            9402                         4                  3                  3         3              0
    4    Solid Waste - Administration               9400            4            4                  4                  4         5              1
    4    Solid Waste - Collections                  9410           69           69                 70                 70        69             (1)
    4    Solid Waste - Env. Enforcement             9415            5            6                  6                  7         7              0
    4    Solid Waste - Landfills                    9700           24           24                 24                 24        24              0
    4    Solid Waste - Landfill Engineering         9701            1            1                  1                  1         1              0
    4    Solid Waste - Transfers                    9999            0            0                  0                  0         0              0
   20    Palmetto Landfill - Administration         9400            1            1                  1                  1         0             (1)
   20    Palmetto Landfill - Transfers              9999            0            0                  0                  0         0              0
    3    Stormwater Mgmt. - Administration          9400            3            4                  4                  4         4              0
    3    Stormwater Mgmt. - Transfers               9999            0            0                  0                  0         0              0
                                                                  182          187                187                188       187             (1)



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               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



       PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
Public Works Administration provides management of the Public Works Department. The Public Works
Department is responsible for the maintenance of the County’s roads, bridges and drainage systems;
operation of the Wellford Landfill and nineteen (19) solid waste and recycling centers; engineering;
storm water; and management of the C-Fund Program.
          The mission of the Public Works Department is to provide excellent public services and
facilities through efficient and effective use of county resources to improve the quality of life of citizens
while meeting future challenges and protecting the environment.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9404                                   PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           133,384      177,639      150,076      154,471      150,035       (4,436)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         131,750     138,778      148,318      151,671      148,235      (3,436)
Operating Expenditures                    1,634      37,333        1,758        2,800        1,800      (1,000)
Capital Outlay                                0       1,528            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                            0           0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $133,384    $177,639     $150,076     $154,471     $150,035     ($4,436)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         2            2            2            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Public Works Recommended Budget.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Continued maintenance of 1,794 miles of roads and 145 bridges;
  • Management of the Wellford Sanitary Landfill expansion and other solid waste initiatives;
  • Implementation of the NPDES Phase II Storm Water Program; and
  • Management of C-Fund Engineering and Construction activities.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



            PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING
The Public Works Engineering Department directs and administers the daily activities of Storm Water
Management and Sediment Control regulations for subdivision and commercial development
including plan review, inspections, and enforcement; performs plan review and construction
inspection of new subdivision roads, and provides engineering and surveying services on various
public works projects. Project management and administration assignments include all state and
county “C Funds” projects and economic development projects.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9401                                    PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10      INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET        FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           376,738      404,642      373,259      452,879      332,785       (120,094)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         325,910     352,980      315,095      393,999       297,435       (96,564)
Operating Expenditures                   50,827      56,647       58,164       58,880        35,350       (23,530)
Capital Outlay                                0           0            0            0                           0
Other Expenditures                            0      -4,985           0             0                           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $376,738    $404,642     $373,259     $452,879     $332,785      ($120,094)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         6            6            6            6            6              0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease in Personnel Services Expenditures to reflect the shift of fifty percent (50%) of
      Personnel Services Expenditures for the County Engineer, Development Coordinator, and
      Engineering Coordinator to the Storm Water Management Fund to reflect job duties directly
      related to Storm Water Management activities.

 Function or Division      Description                                                                FY 2009/10
                                                                                                         Budget
 Plan Review,              Engineering personnel conduct plan review, construction                             $
 Construction Insp.        inspection, and enforcement for construction of new
 And Enforcement           subdivisions, commercial and industrial developments.
 Flood Hazard              Flood hazard management is provided for the                                          $
 Management                unincorporated portion of the County.          Engineering
                           examines new construction to eliminate encroachments
                           into flood hazard areas. Citizens are assisted in obtaining
                           information for insurance and mortgage purposes for new
                           and existing structures.
 Survey, Design,           Engineering provides survey, design, project management,                             $
 Project Mgmt., and        and contract administration for State “C” fund projects,
 Contract                  county roads and bridges, and economic development.
 Administration            The countywide pavement management system was
                           developed to provide a continuous evaluation and
                           maintenance schedule for all county, City of Spartanburg
                           and municipal roads.
 Compliance with           Engineering personnel support compliance with local, state                           $
 Local, State, and         and federal environmental laws during construction, daily
 Federal                   operations, closure and post-closure phases of

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                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Function or Division   Description                                                    FY 2009/10
                                                                                         Budget
Environmental Laws     Spartanburg County Solid Waste Management operations.
Long-range             Long range planning is done for recycling and collection               $
Planning               centers.     Assistance is provided in planning future
                       expansion projects including property acquisition, road
                       closure and utility relocation. Engineering provides survey,
                       design, project management, and contract administration
                       for solid waste construction projects.
Municipal Separate     (See the Storm Water Fund, page G19 for additional                     $
Small Storm Sewer      information on the MS4 Program.)
(MS4) Program
TOTAL, PUBLIC                                                                          $332,785
WORKS
ENGINEERING




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                        ROADS AND BRIDGES
It is the mission of the Roads and Bridges Department to maintain infrastructure in a safe condition,
following sound fiscal procedures. Vital functions of the department include all aspects of roadway
repairs, shoulder maintenance, storm drainage improvements, bridge construction, and traffic control
signage. The department also manages utility permit inspections, asphalt resurfacing, right-of-way
research, and road data collection records. The Department also maintains the pavement management
system and road resurfacing program.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9405                                            ROADS & BRIDGES
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

General Fund                         5,569,441    5,667,113    4,204,279    4,142,350    3,190,293     (952,056)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       2,396,320    2,477,758    2,567,288    2,797,300    3,134,593      337,293
Operating Expenditures                2,172,278    2,243,858    1,530,278    1,336,050       55,700   (1,280,350)
Capital Outlay                        1,000,843    1,011,170      106,713        9,000            0       (9,000)
Other Expenditures                            0      -65,673           0             0            0            0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $5,569,441   $5,667,113   $4,204,279   $4,142,350   $3,190,293    ($952,056)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        61           60           60           60           60             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures related to road signs, striping, drainage, contract services, and road
      materials are shifted to the Road Maintenance Fee Fund. Shift totals $360,000.
   • Capital Outlay decreases 100% from the FY 2008/09 Adopted Operating budget.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Increase productivity and efficiency in the maintenance and construction of county roads.
  • Study the methodology used to maintain the road system.
  • Analyze the equipment fleet to ensure that appropriate vehicles and equipment are being used.




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                  ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE
                    ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND
The Road Maintenance Fee Fund receives funding from revenue received from the twenty-five dollar
($25) vehicle fee assessed on vehicles registered in Spartanburg County. These funds are used to
repair existing county and municipal roads and bridges and to fund six (6) maintenance personnel in
the Roads and Bridges Department. Funds are used for resurfacing roads, improving intersections to
make them more efficient and safe, road realignments and widening, drainage improvements and
bridge repairs and replacements.

The current state and future outlook of the county’s transportation infrastructure is vastly improved over
the prior year. The Road Maintenance Fee allows for approximately fifty (50) miles of county roads to
be paved annually. The fee also provides funding for public safety projects, such as road widening
and intersection improvements. This progress will continue in FY 2009/10 and future years and we
begin to see the benefits of this important step towards cost-effective infrastructure maintenance and
improved road safety.

DEPT NUMBER: 2-9400                                       ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Road Maintenance Fee Fund             4,412,817   4,700,847    5,079,130    6,075,548    6,902,452     826,904

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         204,497      193,682      250,248      311,848      324,452     12,604
Operating Expenditures                2,991,608    2,823,901    2,836,000    2,836,000    3,460,000    624,000
Capital Outlay                        1,216,712    1,683,263    1,953,593    2,927,700    2,864,000    (63,700)
Other Expenditures                            0            0       39,289            0      254,000    254,000
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $4,412,817   $4,700,847   $5,079,130   $6,075,548   $6,902,452   $826,904

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         6            6            6            6            6            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures increase from the prior fiscal year due to a shift of expenditures from
      the General Fund for road signs, drainage, striping, contract services, and road materials.
   • Asphalt Resurfacing is budgeted at $3,100,000, an increase from the prior fiscal year. The
      increase partially restores a reduction in funding of the General Fund Transfer for the
      Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing project.
   • FY 2009/10 Road Maintenance Fee Capital Expenditures include:
          o Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance ($325,000)
          o Countywide Dirt Road Resurfacing ($109,000)
          o Double Branch Road Bridge Stabilization ($400,000)
          o Ezell Road Bridge Replacement ($1,020,000)
          o Municipal Road Projects ($775,000)
          o Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement ($100,000)
          o Runion Road Bridge Replacement ($110,000)
          o Traffic Calming ($25,000)


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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                              STATE “C” FUNDS
                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
“C Funds” are received from the State of South Carolina and are derived from gasoline tax. Funds are
used for local road improvements.

DEPT NUMBER: 9-9402                                            STATE "C" FUNDS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Special Revenue Fund                  4,260,014   4,102,785    5,328,539    1,827,091    1,282,284     (544,807)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         209,006      199,598      202,937      215,152      236,432      21,280
Operating Expenditures                4,051,008    3,903,187    5,125,602    1,599,439    1,045,852    (553,587)
Capital Outlay                                0            0            0       12,500                  (12,500)
Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $4,260,014   $4,102,785   $5,328,539   $1,827,091   $1,282,284   ($544,807)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                                   4            3            3            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Asphalt resurfacing is budgeted at $1,038,000, no change from FY 2008/09.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



          SOLID WASTE FUND SUMMARY
                SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
The Solid Waste Management Fund is funded by service fees collected from commercial solid waste
haulers and an annual charge to each residence. The County operates one (1) landfill facility,
seventeen (17) recycling/collection centers, and two (2) drop-off recycling centers.




                            Landfill              Transfers
                                                                    Administration
                          Engineering             $149,500
                           $902,975                  2%               $885,429
                             14%                                        13%




                         Landfills
                                                                         Collections
                        $1,638,983
                           25%                                           $2,688,196
                                                                            40%




                     Environmental
                     Enforcement
                       $393,025
                          6%



  FUND NUMBER: 4                                  SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND SUMMARY
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09    FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                    ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET        BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                   8,487,945      7,379,483   10,720,388   8,836,580     6,658,108    (2,178,472)

  EXPENDITURES
  Administration                        428,022        452,320     925,178      643,658   $ 885,429       241,771
  Collections                         1,986,571      2,118,342   2,293,066    2,535,019   $ 2,688,196     153,177
  Environmental Enforcement             282,733        355,113     382,670      422,064   $ 393,025       (29,039)
  Landfills                           1,574,929      1,714,756   1,733,484    1,688,024   $ 1,638,983     (49,041)
  Landfill Engineering                4,215,690      2,738,951     684,777      905,615   $ 902,975        (2,640)
  Transfers                                   0              0   4,701,213    2,642,200   $ 149,500    (2,492,700)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $8,487,945     $7,379,483 $10,720,388   $8,836,580    $6,658,108 ($2,178,472)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     103           104          105          106           106             0



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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



         SOLID WASTE ADMINISTRATION
                SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
The Solid Waste Administration Department:
    • Researches, creates, and tracks solid waste and recycling programs;
    • Processes and problem solves landfill account applications;
    • Permits commercial waste;
    • Creates and promotes educational landfill and recycling programs; and
    • Responds to inquiries/requests from the public, accounts payable, purchasing and
       maintenance for the division.

   DEPT NUMBER: 4-9400                                SOLID WASTE ADMINISTRATION
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                    428,022      452,320      503,155      643,658      885,429     241,771

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures     295,701      318,547      335,626      495,318      334,418    (160,900)
  Operating Expenditures              132,321      133,773      133,742      148,340      143,011      (5,329)
  Capital Outlay                            0            0            0            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                        0            0      455,811            0      408,000     408,000
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $428,022     $452,320     $925,178     $643,658     $885,429    $241,771

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      4            4            4            4            5            1



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures decrease from FY2008/09 due to allocation of class and
      compensation adjustments to individual departments in the Solid Waste Fund.
   • One (1) position is transferred from the Palmetto Landfill Fund to Solid Waste Administration.
   • An increase in Other Expenditures to reflect the budgeting of indirect costs for administrative
      services provided by the General Fund.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



              SOLID WASTE COLLECTIONS
                 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
Provides solid waste collections service at seventeen (17) recycling/collection centers and two (2) drop-
off recycling centers located throughout Spartanburg County.

   DEPT NUMBER: 4-9410                                 SOLID WASTE COLLECTIONS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                  1,986,571    2,118,342    2,293,066    2,535,019    2,688,196     153,177

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures    1,227,595    1,249,252    1,352,078    1,456,069    1,650,547    194,478
  Operating Expenditures               735,377      613,264      796,540      597,950      616,399     18,449
  Capital Outlay                        23,599      255,827      144,449      481,000      421,250    (59,750)
  Other Expenditures                         0            0            0            0            0          0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $1,986,571   $2,118,342   $2,293,066   $2,535,019   $2,688,196   $153,177

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     69           69           70           70           69           (1)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase $194,478 due to the implementation of the Class and
      Compensation study. In FY 2008/09, costs associated with the Class and Compensation study
      were budgeted in the Solid Waste Administration department.
   • Operating Capital expenditures for fence/gate replacement, miscellaneous equipment, and
      renovations decrease from FY 2008/09.
   • The annual contribution to the equipment replacement reserve ($400,000) is shown in this
      department.




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



SOLID WASTE ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT
      SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
The Solid Waste – Environmental Enforcement Department provides public safety through pro-active
patrols, provides customer service demands by responding to litter complaints, illegal dumping, moving
litter violations, uncovered or unsecured loads and illegal signage. The department enforces State
Laws and County ordinances; Supervises inmates and community service workers in the removal of
roadside litter. Prosecutes court cases, completes reports, records and assists Animal Control, Property
Maintenance Codes Officers and other agencies.

   DEPT NUMBER: 4-9415                           SOLID WASTE - ENVIROMENTAL ENFORCEMENT
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
   FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

   Solid Waste Fund                    282,733       355,113      382,670      422,064      393,025     (29,039)

   EXPENDITURES
   Personnel Services Expenditures     240,749       271,260      306,040      348,814      345,301      (3,513)
   Operating Expenditures               40,190        60,399       76,209       51,400       46,224      (5,176)
   Capital Outlay                        1,794        23,454          422       21,850        1,500     (20,350)
   Other Expenditures                        0             0            0            0            0           0
   EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $282,733      $355,113     $382,670     $422,064     $393,025    ($29,039)

   AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      5             6            6            7            7            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures reflect a shift in funding for fifty percent (50%) of one
      Administrative Assistance position.   This position directly supports the Solid Waste
      Environmental Enforcement Department approximately 50% of work hours.
   • No change in Operating Expenditures and Capital Outlay from FY 2008/09.




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                      SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS
                 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
This department provides funding for the daily operations of the Wellford Landfill.

   DEPT NUMBER: 4-9700                                   SOLID WASTE - LANDFILLS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
   FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

   Solid Waste Fund                  1,574,929    1,714,756    1,733,484    1,688,024    1,638,983     (49,041)

   EXPENDITURES
   Personnel Services Expenditures      913,323      983,431      867,328      894,124    1,010,246    116,122
   Operating Expenditures               647,121      691,707      848,142      788,000      626,937   (161,063)
   Capital Outlay                        14,485       39,618       18,014        5,900        1,800     (4,100)
   Other Expenditures                         0            0            0            0            0          0
   EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $1,574,929   $1,714,756   $1,733,484   $1,688,024   $1,638,983   ($49,041)

   AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     24           24           24           24           24            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase $116,122 from FY 2008/09 due to implementation of
      the class and compensation study. Costs associated with the class and compensation study
      were budgeted in the Solid Waste Administration department in FY 2008/09.
   • Operating Expenditures related to gravel purchases and contract services decrease $55,000
      and $13,000, respectively, from FY 2008/09 budgeted levels.
   • Recommended Capital Outlay expenditures decrease $ 4,100 from the prior fiscal year.




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   SOLID WASTE LANDFILL ENGINEERING
                 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
This department provides engineering support for daily operations and special projects such as the
Phase VI Cell I Liner project and the Croft Landfill Remediation project associated with Spartanburg
County owned landfills.

  DEPT NUMBER: 4-9701                            SOLID WASTE - LANDFILL ENGINEERING
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                  4,215,690    2,738,951      684,777      905,615      902,975       (2,640)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures       69,568       45,566      42,182       72,755       74,636       1,881
  Operating Expenditures               392,161      186,835     442,297      304,860      252,238     (52,622)
  Capital Outlay                     3,753,962    2,506,550     200,298      528,000      576,101      48,101
  Other Expenditures                         0            0           0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $4,215,690   $2,738,951    $684,777     $905,615     $902,975     ($2,640)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      1            1            1            1            1            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • No significant changes to Personnel Services Expenditures are recommended from the prior
      fiscal year.
   • FY 2009/10 Operating Expenditures related to Special Projects decrease $50,000 from FY
      2008/09 levels.
   • Capital Outlay costs increase $ 48,101 from FY 2008/09 due to an anticipated increase in cost
      associated with the gas collection and control system.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                 SOLID WASTE TRANSFERS
                SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
This department provides for the transfer of Solid Waste Management Resources to fund capital
projects.

  DEPT NUMBER: 4-9999                                   SOLID WASTE - TRANSFERS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                          0            0    4,701,213    2,642,200      149,500    (2,492,700)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures           0            0             0            0           0           0
  Operating Expenditures                    0            0             0            0           0           0
  Capital Outlay                            0            0             0            0           0           0
  Other Expenditures                        0            0     4,701,213    2,642,200     149,500 (2,492,700)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                        $0           $0    $4,701,213   $2,642,200    $149,500 ($2,492,700)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
      • FY 2009/10 transfer to the Capital Improvement Plan includes:
             o Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement ($149,500).




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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND SUMAMRY
                           PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND

The Palmetto Landfill Fund manages compliance with the host agreement and accounts for monies
received from the agreement. This fund will close at the end of FY 2008/09. Efforts were moved to the
Solid Waste Fund.




  FUND NUMBER: 20                              PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND SUMMARY
                                 FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Palmetto Landfill Fund         1,066,316      621,211      729,323      176,904            0     (176,904)

  EXPENDITURES
  Administration                     66,316      58,185       63,470       71,904            0      (71,904)
  Transfers                       1,000,000     563,026      665,853      105,000            0     (105,000)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL              $1,066,316    $621,211     $729,323     $176,904           $0    ($176,904)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                   1            1            1            1            0           (1)




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                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
               STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND
The Stormwater Management Department directs and administers the daily activities of the Municipal
Separate Small Storm Sewer (MS4) Program as proposed in the National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit. The permit will regulate stormwater in compliance with
provisions of the South Carolina Pollution Control Act and the amended United States Clean Water Act.
The permit requires Spartanburg County to meet six measures:

   •   Public Education and Outreach
   •   Public Participation and Involvement
   •   Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
   •   Construction Site Stormwater Management
   •   Post-Construction Stormwater Management
   •   Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping




                                     Transfers
                                      $240,000
                                        30%




                                                                                        Administration
                                                                                          $568,222
                                                                                            70%

  FUND NUMBER: 3                               STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND SUMMARY
                                   FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                  ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Stormwater Management Fund         305,244      727,195      762,079      521,555      808,222     286,667

  EXPENDITURES
  Administration                     305,244       727,195     480,313      371,555 $   568,222      196,667
  Transfers                                0             0     281,766      150,000 $   240,000       90,000
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $305,244      $727,195    $762,079     $521,555     $808,222    $286,667

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     3            4            4            4            4            0




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                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION
      STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND
  DEPT NUMBER: 3-9400                            STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Stormwater Management Fund              305,244      727,195      480,313      371,555      568,222     196,667

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures          41,766      127,861      192,785      196,215      241,177      44,962
  Operating Expenditures                  210,819      253,578      148,465      171,840      290,545     118,705
  Capital Outlay                           52,658      345,756      117,180        3,500        2,500      (1,000)
  Other Expenditures                            0            0       21,882            0       34,000      34,000
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $305,244     $727,195     $480,313     $371,555     $568,222    $196,667

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          3            4            4            4            4            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 to reflect fifty percent (50%) of
      costs associated with the County Engineer, Development Coordinator, and Engineering
      Coordinator. These positions spend approximately fifty percent (50%) of work hours directly on
      storm water management.
   • Operating Expenditures related to contract services decrease $10,000 from FY 2008/09 to
      reflect historical spending levels.
   • Appropriations increase $166,909 from FY 2008/09 budgeted levels to reflect budgeted
      payments to the City of Spartanburg and the City of Greer for providing Storm Water
      Management services.
   • Other Expenditures increase $34,000 from FY 2008/09 to reflect budgeting indirect costs for
      administrative services provided by the General Fund.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   STORMWATER MANAGEMENT TRANSFERS
                STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND
This department provides for the transfer of Stormwater Management Fund resources to selected
capital projects.

  DEPT NUMBER: 3-9999                            STORMWATER MANAGEMENT - TRANSFERS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Solid Waste Fund                          0            0      281,766      150,000      240,000      90,000

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures           0            0            0            0            0           0
  Operating Expenditures                    0            0            0            0            0           0
  Capital Outlay                            0            0            0            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                        0            0      281,766      150,000      240,000      90,000
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                        $0           $0     $281,766     $150,000     $240,000     $90,000

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 transfer to the Capital Improvement Plan includes:
          o Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance ($100,000).
          o Habitat Way Drainage Improvements ($140,000).




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                      PLANNING AND LAND USE
 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                     $2,848,446
                                                      Outside Agencies
                                                          $36,536 
                                                            1%



                                                                                               Planning and 
                                                                                               Development
                    Building Codes                                                              $1,211,381 
                      $1,222,987                                                                   43%
                         43%




                  Communications ‐                                                              Transportation 
                    Planning/Dev                                                                   Planning
                      $148,842                                                                     $228,700 
                         5%                                                                           8%




                                             PLANNING AND LAND USE SUMMARY
                                              DEPT       FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08       FY 08/09          FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       NO.       ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL        BUDGET            BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                    2,324,288     2,106,854     2,190,461      2,336,333         2,470,904       134,571
    9  Special Revenue Fund                                    0       265,117       241,681        374,784           228,700      (146,084)
   19 9-1-1 Phone Fund                                    50,092        48,633        56,922         69,097           148,842        79,745
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                              $2,374,380    $2,420,605    $2,489,064     $2,780,214        $2,848,446       $68,232

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Planning and Development             9183     1,018,181       946,285       974,190      1,085,824    $    1,211,381      125,558
    9    Transportation Planning              9875             0       265,117       241,681        374,784    $      228,700     (146,084)
   19    Communications - Planning/Dev        9183        50,092        48,633        56,922         69,097    $      148,842       79,745
    1    Building Codes                       9133     1,272,779     1,125,608     1,179,739      1,213,669    $    1,222,987        9,318
    1    Outside Agencies                                 33,327        34,961        36,532         36,840    $       36,536         (304)
                                                      $2,374,380    $2,420,605    $2,489,064     $2,780,214        $2,848,447      $68,233


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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



           Planning and Land Use
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $2,848,446
                                   Transfers/Other    County Leadership            Tax Collection
                                          4.5%              0.8%                        3.7%
                            Quality of Life
                                8.4%
             Education                                                                                    Public Safety
               3.7%                                                                                         30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


  Health &
   Human 
  Services
    9.0%



   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%
                                                                                               Judicial
                                   Planning and 
     Operational Support                                 Public Works                           8.6%
                                     Land Use
            9.2%                                            13.0%
                                       1.8%




                         TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                               FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                  $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                   $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life            $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other             $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179

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                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



          Authorized Planning and Land Use
                 Personnel Summary

                                                          Outside Agencies
                                                                  1
                                                                 3%




                                                                                   Planning and Development
                                        Building Codes                                         19
                                               21                                             46%
                                             51%




                                   PLANNING AND LAND USE PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                           DEPT          FY 05/06      FY 06/07   FY 07/08      FY 08/09       FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      NO.          ACTUAL        ACTUAL     BUDGET        BUDGET        BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                             45            38         39            37             39             2
  9  Special Revenue Fund                                      0             1          1             1              0            (1)
 19 9-1-1 Phone Fund                                           1             1          1             1              2             1
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                        46            40         41            39             41             2

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Planning and Development            9183               18             16        17            15             17             2
  9    Transportation Planning             9875                               1         1             1              0            (1)
 19    Communications - Planning/Dev       9183                1              1         1             1              2             1
  1    Building Codes                      9133               26             21        21            21             21             0
  1    Outside Agencies                    9625                1              1         1             1              1             0
                                                              46             40        41            39             41             2


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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



        PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
The Planning and Development Department’s primary responsibility is to plan comprehensively for the
orderly growth and development of Spartanburg County. Development project compliance review,
transportation planning, transit coordination/planning, growth management coordination, and
infrastructure planning and analysis are some of the components of the County’s Planning program in
support of this mission.

The Planning Department provides coordination, monitoring and planning services for the staff of the
Spartanburg County Planning and Development Commission, activities of the Spartanburg Area
Transportation (SPATS) Policy Committee, Comprehensive Plan implementation/growth monitoring,
infrastructure planning, Transportation, Enhancements/Trails, Transit Planning, and land use mapping
and analysis.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9183                                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        1,018,181      946,285      974,190    1,085,824    1,211,381     125,558

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        963,143     848,486      846,839       897,424    1,061,831    164,407
Operating Expenditures                  52,564      91,630      127,016       186,900      149,550    (37,350)
Capital Outlay                           2,474       6,169          335         1,500                  (1,500)
Other Expenditures                           0           0            0             0                       0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $1,018,181    $946,285     $974,190    $1,085,824   $1,211,381   $125,558

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       18           16           17           15           17            2




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures highlights include:
          o The Air Quality and Environmental Program Manager position is reimbursed for $30,000
             of salary expense through a grant.
          o One (1) Senior Planner position is reimbursed for 80% or $45,753 of the salary cost
             through a Transit Grant.
          o During FY 2008/09 one (1) Senior Planner position was moved from the Special
             Revenue Fund to Planning and Development in the General Fund, the funding for the
             position, $51,064, followed as well.
          o Funding for contract services associated with implementing the County’s new
             Comprehensive Plan is budgeted at $100,000.




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                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Departmental Functions

Programs and             Description and Goals                                           FY 2009/10
Functions                                                                                   Budget
                         Complete new Comprehensive Plan, monitor growth and                      $
Comprehensive            project population/development and associated
Planning                 infrastructure and land needs:
                         ● Preparation of Spartanburg County’s Comprehensive
                         Plan, which includes the land use plan, 10-20 year growth
                         forecast, identification of priority investment areas, and
                         studies of housing, natural and cultural resources, and the
                         local economy.
                         ● Place, review and update Comprehensive Plan elements
                         on an ongoing, rotating schedule.
                         ● Monitor location and type of growth using indicators such
                         as building permits, new subdivisions, development
                         projects, etc.
                         ● Review development plans for compliance with the
                         Comprehensive Plan.
                         ● Ongoing review of land management ordinances to make
                         sure that they are meeting the goals of the Comprehensive
                         Plan and propose amendments as necessary.
                         ● Begin a neighborhood/area planning program.
                         Administer transportation and transit programs:                         $
Transportation           ● Maintain certification of the program by the Federal
Planning                 Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit
                         Administration (FTA).
                         ● Complete long-range plan and get approval.
                         ● Update all traffic zone data on an ongoing basis and
                         calibrate traffic model.
                         ● Review and map (using GIS) twelve-month projects.
                         ● Complete County Enhancements Plan and prioritize
                         projects for funding.
                         ● Coordinate countywide efforts for alternative methods of
                         transportation, including biking and trails.
                         ● Coordinate air quality planning efforts.
                         ● Manage Demand/Response Transit Program – undertake
                         those activities that assure a quality annual financial audit
                         and triennial performance audit by the South Carolina
                         Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and the Federal
                         Transit Agency (FTA).




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                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Programs and            Description and Goals                                            FY 2009/10
Functions                                                                                   Budget
                        Subdivision coordination, plat review, and land                           $
Current Planning -      development site plan review:
Land Development        ● Meet and coordinate efforts with all parties involved in the
Ordinance               land-subdivision process. Approve summary plats. Review
Administration          and recommend preliminary and final plats to the Planning
                        Commission for consideration.
                        ● Major development plat and plan review: Meet and
                        coordinate with all parties involved in the major land
                        development process. Review and recommend all major
                        land development site plans to the Planning Commission
                        for approval.
                        ● Review minor development site plans for ordinance
                        compliance and conduct field inspections for land use
                        regulation compliance.
                        ● Prepare all cases for Land Management Board of
                        Appeals.
                        ● Develop a GIS land use inventory for monitoring and
                        tracking purposes based on ordinance requirements.
                        ● Complete implementation of BluePrince software to track
                        project permitting and approvals.
                        ● Keep records for the Planning Commission and Land Use
                        Board of Appeals including minutes, findings of fact,
                        conclusions of law, notices of decision, etc. Also, keep
                        track of required property postings, legal notices, board
                        packets, agendas, property notices, etc.

Administrative          Office administration; committees; outside meetings;                     $
                        training:
                        ● Develop and oversee work program.
                        ● Office management and operations.
                        ● Prepare and oversee department budget.
                        ● Oversee invoicing, collection, receipt of money under
                        Internal Auditor’s guidelines.
                        ● Provide support services for Administration and County
                        Council as needed.
                        ● Participate in meetings within the County organization, as
                        well as with outside government agencies, as needed,
                        including speaking to citizen groups, etc. about planning
                        issues.
                        ● Attend training.
TOTAL, PLANNING                                                                          $1,211,381
AND DEVELOPMENT




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



             TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
                             SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
The Spartanburg Area Transportation Study (SPATS) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
charged with identifying needed transportation projects within the Spartanburg, South Carolina urban
area, and programming federal funding for those identified projects.

  DEPT NUMBER: 9-9875                                      TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Special Revenue Fund                          0      265,117      241,681      374,784      228,700     (146,084)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures                       80,210      128,906       64,572            0      (64,572)
  Operating Expenditures                                91,408      112,129      185,212            0     (185,212)
  Capital Outlay                                        10,499          647       25,000            0      (25,000)
  Other Expenditures                                    83,000            0      100,000      228,700      128,700
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                            $0     $265,117     $241,681     $374,784     $228,700    ($146,084)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                       1            1            1            0           (1)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • The Senior Planner position associated with this department was moved to the General Fund-
      Planning and Development Department during FY 2008/09.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   COMMUNICATIONS – PLANNING AND
           DEVELOPMENT
                          9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND
This department provides planning and developing support to the 9-1-1 Phone System Fund through
the County’s addressing and mapping program. In FY 2007/08, this department was placed under the
supervision of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) department to consolidate similar functions
under one department.

  DEPT NUMBER: 19-9183                     9-1-1 COMMUNICATIONS - PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  9-1-1 Phone Fund                         50,092       48,633       56,922       69,097      148,842      79,745

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures          44,384       46,584       43,697       49,897       87,702      37,805
  Operating Expenditures                    1,388        2,049       11,879       19,200       61,140      41,940
  Capital Outlay                            4,320            0        1,346            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                       $50,092      $48,633      $56,922      $69,097     $148,842     $79,745

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          1            1            1            1            2            1



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 to reflect the transfer of one (1)
      position from Geographic Information Systems department in General Fund to the
      Communications Planning and Development Department. These two positions directly support
      the 9-1-1 phone system.




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                                BUILDING CODES
The Building Codes Department enforces local and state building regulations by inspecting construction
and issuing building and occupancy permits.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9133                                             BUILDING CODES
                                       FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                          1,272,779    1,125,608    1,179,739    1,213,669    1,222,987       9,318

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures        1,132,669    1,031,808    1,074,669    1,127,144    1,186,687     59,543
  Operating Expenditures                   139,974       93,800      102,183       86,525       36,300    (50,225)
  Capital Outlay                               136            0        2,888            0            0          0
  Other Expenditures                             0            0            0            0            0          0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $1,272,779   $1,125,608   $1,179,739   $1,213,669   $1,222,987     $9,318

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         26           21           21           21           21            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating Expenditures were reduced from FY 2008/09 through small reductions to numerous
      line items.

Ongoing Initiatives
In addition to issuing construction permits for new residential, commercial buildings, demolitions, and
additions and alterations, this department:
    • Maintains inspection and administrative records;
    • Reviews all commercial building plans for code compliance/coordinate with other departments
        for approvals;
    • Inspects all construction activities for code compliance on residential, commercial, and setup of
        manufactured housing;
    • Inspects existing unsafe structures on the interior and exterior for safety and code compliance
        with the adopted regulations.




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                              OUTSIDE AGENCIES
  FUND NUMBER: 1                                                  OUTSIDE AGENCIES
                                       FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                              33,327      34,961       36,532       36,840       36,536        (304)

  EXPENDITURES
  County Extension Office                   1,460        1,460        1,460        1,460         1,460          0
  Soil & Water Conservation                31,867       33,501       35,072       35,380        35,076       (304)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                       $33,327      $34,961      $36,532      $36,840       $36,536      ($304)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          1            1            1            1            1            0



Outside Agency Programs and Services

Program or Service            Description                                                                FY2009/10
                                                                                                           Budget
Spartanburg County            The Spartanburg County Extension Office is operated by                        $1,460
Extension Office              Clemson University. Programming focuses on four broad
                              programmatic areas: agriculture and natural resources,
                              home economics, community development, and 4-H and
                              youth development.          The Extension Office develops,
                              conducts, and provides citizens with accurate, up-to-date
                              research based information and educational programs on
                              nutrition, food safety and preparation, home horticulture,
                              gardening, farming, and landscape moisture control. It also
                              provides youth programming in support of risk reduction
                              activities. Spartanburg County contributes to the operational
                              budget of the Extension Office.
Soil and Water                The Soil and Water Conservation District is an agency of the                 $35,076
Conservation                  State of South Carolina serving Spartanburg County.            A
District                      District Conservationist, appointed by the United States
                              Conservation Service directs the work of field staff to work
                              with landowners, users and units of government on
                              conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources.
                              The Conservation Districts also:
                              ● Provides protection of the soil and water resource base and
                              improvement of water quality by reducing runoff pollutants.
                              ● Assists in orderly development of urbanizing areas and
                              aids in the identification and retention of important farmlands.
                              ● Keeps citizenry informed of the status and condition of the
                              natural resources in the county.
TOTAL, OUTSIDE                                                                                             $36,536
AGENGY
CONTRIBUTIONS




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                          OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                    $13,627,043
                                                                         Registration and  Human Resources,  
                                                                            Elections,       $662,593 , 5%
                                                                          $718,177 , 5%                      Budget/ 
                                                                                                         Finance/ Audit,  
                                                                                                         $1,163,384 , 9%

                                      Non‐Departmental,  
                                       $4,289,062 , 31%
                                                                                                      Register of Deeds,  
                                                                                                      $1,608,266 , 12%




                                                  Facilities/Fleet                           IT/GIS,  $1,682,789 , 
                                                     Services,                                        12%
                                                 $3,294,427 , 24%                                                            Purchasing,  
                                                                                                                             $208,345 , 
                                                                                                                                 2%




                                                  OPERATIONAL SUPPORT SUMMARY
                                                 DEPT        FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09           FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                          NO.        ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET             BUDGET         FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                        9,171,522     10,866,817     13,293,727     14,989,869         13,627,043     (1,362,826)
    5  Fleet Services Fund                                         0              0              0              0                  0               0
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                  $9,171,522    $10,866,817    $13,293,727    $14,989,869        $13,627,043    ($1,362,826)

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Registration and Elections               9123       576,617        590,512        797,156        797,328    $       718,177        (79,151)
    1    Human Resources                          9116       372,800        390,154        520,849        492,903    $       662,593        169,691
    1    Office of Budget Management              9111       165,099        265,871        292,082        316,176    $       333,066         16,890
    1    Finance Department                       9168       525,771        554,745        577,133        597,054    $       636,850         39,796
    1    Internal Auditor                         9156       152,599        163,976        160,298        172,856    $       193,468         20,612
    1    Register of Deeds                        9120       787,349        664,202      2,124,056      1,835,720    $     1,608,266       (227,454)
    1    Records Management                       9126       414,250        776,800              0              0    $           -                0
    1    Purchasing                               9171       135,954        172,760        192,060        210,623    $       208,345         (2,278)
    1    Information Technologies                 9163       863,069        930,702      1,023,445      1,256,490    $     1,269,677         13,187
    1    Geographic Information Services (GIS)    9164       134,571        373,887        450,968        522,382    $       413,112       (109,270)
    1    Facilities Maintenance                   9607     1,884,796      2,658,890      3,371,670      3,344,355    $     3,294,427        (49,928)
    5    Fleet Services                           9420             0              0              0              0    $           -                0
    1    Non-Departmental                         9200     3,158,647      3,324,319      3,784,010      5,443,982    $     4,289,062     (1,154,920)
                                                          $9,171,522    $10,866,817    $13,293,727    $14,989,869        $13,627,043    ($1,362,825)




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             Operational Support
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $13,627,043
                                  Transfers/Other   County Leadership        Tax Collection
                                         4.5%             0.8%                   3.7%
                           Quality of Life
                              8.4%
             Education                                                                              Public Safety
               3.7%                                                                                   30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


  Health &
  Human
  Services
   9.0%


 Comm & Econ
    Dev.
    1.4%


                                                                                         Judicial
   Operational Support                              Public Works                          8.6%
          9.2%                Planning and Land Use   13.0%
                                      1.8%




                         TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179




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               Authorized Operational Support
                    Personnel Summary


                                                                             Registration and Elections                     Human Resources
                                                                                         17                                        5
                                                                                        14%                                       4%
                                      Facilities/Fleet Services
                                                  36
                                                 31%

                                                                                                          Budget/Finance/Audit
                                                                                                                   17
                                                                                                                  14%


                                          IT/GIS
                                            17                                    Register of Deeds
                                           15%                                           22
                                                                                        19%




                                                     Purchasing
                                                         3
                                                        3%


                                      OPERATIONAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                                   DEPT           FY 05/06   FY 06/07     FY 07/08        FY 08/09     FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                              NO.           ACTUAL     ACTUAL       BUDGET          BUDGET      BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                                      91         95           95             101           99            (2)
  5  Fleet Services Fund                                               19         18           18              18           18             0
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                                110        113          113             119          117            (2)

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    Registration and Elections                  9123               17         17             17             17          17              0
  1    Human Resources                             9116                6          5              5              5           5              0
  1    Office of Budget Management                 9111                2          4              4              4           4              0
  1    Finance Department                          9168               10         10             10             10          10              0
  1    Internal Auditor                            9156                3          3              3              3           3              0
  1    Register of Deeds                           9120               17         16             20             22          22              0
  1    Records Management                          9126                4          4              0              0           0              0
  1    Purchasing                                  9171                3          3              3              3           3              0
  1    Information Technologies                    9163               10          9              9             11          11              0
  1    Geographic Information Services (GIS)       9164                0          6              6              8           6             (2)
  1    Facilities Maintenance                      9607               19         18             18             18          18              0
  5    Fleet Services                              9420               19         18             18             18          18              0
  1    Non-Departmental                            9200                0          0              0              0           0              0
                                                                     110        113            113            119         117             (2)




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          REGISTRATION AND ELECTIONS
The Registration and Elections Department maintains the official county voter registration files and
conducts all elections in accordance with state and federal laws.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9123                                   REGISTRATION AND ELECTIONS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          576,617      590,512      797,156      797,328      718,177     (79,151)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       421,872      406,035      430,140      492,668      483,922      (8,746)
Operating Expenditures                143,721      184,343      351,954      277,660      214,255     (63,405)
Capital Outlay                         11,024          134       15,062       27,000       20,000      (7,000)
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $576,617     $590,512     $797,156     $797,328     $718,177    ($79,151)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       17           17           17           17           17            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures include a reduction in overtime.
   • The FY 2009/10 Recommended budget includes a reduction of election supplies because there
      are no federal elections.


Ongoing Initiatives
  • Continue to maintain voter registration data base with correct addresses.
  • Continue to recruit and train volunteer poll managers and assign poll managers to precincts for
      elections.
  • Designate polling locations within precincts.
  • Manage precinct sizing as necessary with approval of County Legislative Delegation.
  • Maintain, test, and repair as necessary the voting machines assigned to Spartanburg County
      and deliver and return these voting machines to and from the polling locations.
  • Maintain and operate the computer based election reporting system (Unity).
  • Incorporate all annexed streets, properties, etc into the correct voting districts and issue new
      voter registration cards to voters affected by the changes.
  • Issue petition documents to candidates who apply for county wide or less than county wide
      elections where persons apply to be placed on ballot by petition method. Verify persons who
      sign petitions as qualified electors for the office being sought by the candidate.




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                           HUMAN RESOURCES
The Human Resources Department is an internal support department that oversees the administration
of policies and benefits; ensures that all departments comply with state and federal regulations related
to employment; and provides employment information and applications for jobs within Spartanburg
County Government for both employees and the general public.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9116                                           HUMAN RESOURCES
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          372,800      390,154      520,849      492,903      662,593     169,691

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       274,954      288,397       307,653     324,245      359,453      35,208
Operating Expenditures                 93,583      101,757       203,689     168,658      303,140     134,482
Capital Outlay                          4,263            0         9,506           0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0             0           0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $372,800     $390,154      $520,849    $492,903     $662,593    $169,691

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        6            5            5            5            5            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • The FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget includes a decrease of $20,000 in Professional Fees
      based on passed amounts. A decrease of $30,000 for Physical Examinations was also made
      due to the continued hiring freeze.
   • Included in Operating expenditures is $208,840 for the Employee Health Clinic. These
      expenses were shown in Non-Departmental in FY 2008/09.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Conduct new employee orientation;
  • Revise personnel policies;
  • Oversee the employee health clinic and its operation;
  • Continue wellness initiatives by integrating the data received from the health insurance plan with
      counseling from clinic staff;
  • Establish an early retirement incentive;
  • Continue to assist the employees needs regarding various types on employment issues.




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     OFFICE OF BUDGET MANAGEMENT
The Department of Budget Management is responsible for the preparation and administration of the
County’s annual operating and capital budgets. The Department provides fiscal oversight of agency
and department revenues and expenditures, assesses fiscal trends, and advises the County
Administrator regarding the expenditure of public funds. The department also provides risk
management services to the county.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9111                                OFFICE OF BUDGET MANAGEMENT
                                   FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                    ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                         165,099      265,871      292,082      316,176      333,066      16,890

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       151,321     247,070      265,622      277,756      302,046      24,290
Operating Expenditures                 10,187      14,505       25,584       37,920       31,020      (6,900)
Capital Outlay                          3,591       4,296          875          500            0        (500)
Other Expenditures                          0                        0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $165,099    $265,871     $292,082     $316,176     $333,066     $16,890

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       2            4            4            4            4            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Office of Budget Management
      Recommended Budget.

Department Functions

 Function or Division       Description                                                               FY 2009/10
                                                                                                         Budget
 Budget                     ● Revenue and expenditure forecasting;                                             $
 Management                 ● Adherence to adopted fiscal policies;
                            ● Maintenance of the County’s vehicle and capital equipment
                            schedule;
                            ● Development of county Capital Improvement Plan;
                            ● Analysis of programmatic fiscal impacts; and
                            ● Administration of the Hospitality Tax program.
 Risk Management            ● Developing and implementing a Risk Management                                      $
                               Strategy;
                            ● Identifying areas of significant potential liability exposure;
                            ● Tracking and analyzing performance;
                            • Administration of property insurance;
                            ● Reviewing existing policies and procedures for
                               effectiveness in reducing loss; and
                            ● Information dissemination and training for employees.
 TOTAL, BUDGET                                                                                          $333,066
 MANAGEMENT




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                        FINANCE DEPARTMENT
The Finance Department monitors all county financial operations to ensure that all county monies are
spent in accordance with the budget adopted by County Council, and process payment for all county
legal obligations and payroll, administers grants, and maintains all financial records.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9168                                             FINANCE DEPARTMENT
                                       FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                        ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                             525,771      554,745      577,133      597,054      636,850      39,796

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures          504,555      528,902       555,289     571,289      613,965      42,676
Operating Expenditures                    18,449       20,572        19,246      21,265       22,885       1,620
Capital Outlay                             2,767        5,270         2,597       4,500            0      (4,500)
Other Expenditures                             0            0             0           0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                       $525,771     $554,745      $577,133    $597,054     $636,850     $39,796

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          10           10           10           10           10            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2008/09 Finance Recommended Budget.

Departmental Functions

 Programs and                     Description and Goals                                             FY 2009/10
 Functions
 Accounts Payable                 Process all county bills for payment, print annual Form                            $
                                  1099s.
                                  ● Pay all bills weekly and mail out 1099s by January 31.
 Payroll                          Process time sheets and pay all employees. Print annual                            $
                                  W-2 forms and prepare all payroll tax returns.
                                  ● Pay all employees bi-weekly, mail out W-2s by January
                                  31, and file all tax returns on time.
 Landfill Billing and             Bill all landfill customers monthly. Post landfill cash                            $
 Collections                      collections to customer accounts and place a “Hold” on
                                  past due customers.
                                  ● Send out customer statements by the fifth (5th) of each
                                  month.      Post cash receipts daily, monitor customer
                                  balances, send past due notices and shut off delinquent
                                  accounts.
 Fixed Asset                      Maintain a record on all county-owned property. Ensure                             $
 Accounting                       that all county property is tagged with a numerically
                                  controlled sticker.
                                  ● Record all assets in county database, inventory all assets
                                  annually and prepare Comprehensive Annual Financial
                                  Report (CAFR) report on assets.




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(FINANCE CONTINUED)

Grant Administration     Monitor all county grants with the federal and state                 $
                         government. Assist with grant applications, grant reporting,
                         etc.
                         ● File all grant reports on time and prepare federal fiscal
                         assistance report.
General Ledger           Maintain county financial records and debt service                   $
                         database in accordance with generally accepted
                         governmental accounting practice.
                         ● Prepare Comprehensive Annual Financial Report in
                         accordance with the Government Finance Officers
                         Association (GFOA) standards.
Record Maintenance       Scan vouchers, pay bills, landfill tickets, time sheets,             $
                         payroll registers and W-2 forms that support the accounting
                         records.
                         ● Keep filing system up to date, maintain proper control
                         logs and backup all data.
Outside Agency Billing   Bill other agencies using our fuel pumps and shared                  $
                         telephone lines.
                         ● Keep billing current and follow up on unpaid bills.
TOTAL, FINANCE                                                                          $636,850




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                             INTERNAL AUDITOR
The Internal Audit Department’s primary mission is toensure that strong systems of internal control exist
in all Spartanburg County financial systems and processes for the purpose of maintaining accountability
of public funds and to minimize potential for fraudulent activity in such funds.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9156                                           INTERNAL AUDITOR
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          152,599      163,976      160,298      172,856      193,468      20,612

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       150,503      160,478      157,045      161,056      184,618      23,562
Operating Expenditures                  2,096        2,937        3,253       10,300        8,850      (1,450)
Capital Outlay                              0          561            0        1,500            0      (1,500)
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $152,599     $163,976     $160,298     $172,856     $193,468     $20,612

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        3            3            3            3            3            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Internal Auditor Recommended Budget.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Perform ongoing evaluations of the county’s internal control structures with respect to financial
      systems and processes.
  • Perform internal audits of county departments based on a risk-based audit plan.
  • Provide technical expertise to county departments by establishing strong internal control
      structures, developing accounting processes, and solving accounting and financial related
      problems.
  • Perform special projects as requested by County Administration.
  • Provide support to the county’s external auditors by providing information and schedules relative
      to annual and special audits.




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                          REGISTER OF DEEDS
The Office of Register of Deeds is responsible for the recording, indexing and maintenance of legal
documents such as deeds, mortgages, plats, financing statements, tax liens, and other documents
related to property transactions.

Beginning in FY 2007/08, all Records Management functions will be captured in the Register of Deeds
Department.

   DEPT NUMBER: 1-9120                                         REGISTER OF DEEDS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                    ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                         787,349      664,202     2,124,056    1,835,720    1,608,266     (227,454)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures      644,136      654,711        894,580      898,970      999,811     100,841
  Operating Expenditures                90,340        7,659      1,173,206      887,560      559,265    (328,295)
  Capital Outlay                        52,873        1,832         56,271       49,190       49,190           0
  Other Expenditures                         0            0              0            0                        0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $787,349     $664,202     $2,124,056   $1,835,720   $1,608,266   ($227,454)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      17           16            20           22           22            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • In FY 2009/10 Operating expenditures decrease $328,295 through reductions in Postage and
      Contract Services.
          o Postage will be decreased through higher efficiencies.
          o Contract Services will be reduced through the contract for scanning and imaging
             services being transferred to the County’s Capital Budget.

Departmental Functions

 Programs and                 Description and Goals                                                    FY 2009/10
 Functions                                                                                                Budget
 Register of Deeds            ● Collection of recording fees                                                    $
                              ● Ensure legal compliance for all recorded documents;
                              and
                              ● Provide the general public access to viewing all public
                              documents.
 Records Management           ● Accept, schedule, and store all county records in                                   $
                              accordance with state archival standards
                              ● Contract imaging services for records classified as
                              permanent or long-term retention
                              ● Provide record retrieval, copy, and padding and
                              duplication services
 TOTAL, REGISTER OF                                                                                    $1,608,266
 DEEDS



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                    RECORDS MANAGEMENT
Beginning in FY 2007/08, all Records Management personnel, operating, and capital expenditures will
be captured in the Register of Deeds Department. This department is included to show historical
budget information only.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9126                                       RECORDS MANAGEMENT
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          414,250      776,800            0            0            0            0

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       153,219      152,877            0            0            0           0
Operating Expenditures                247,494      560,570            0            0            0           0
Capital Outlay                         13,537       63,354            0            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $414,250     $776,800           $0           $0           $0          $0

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        4            4            0            0            0            0




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                                      PURCHASING
The Purchasing Department proactively directs the County’s procurement operations and activities.
Develops, coordinates and evaluates procurement and contract administration policies and programs;
performs contract administration oversight; provides guidance and support to departments and
agencies in administering contracts; develops purchasing requests; performs cost-price analyses, and
analyzes cost-price indices.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9171                                             PURCHASING
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                          135,954      172,760      192,060      210,623      208,345       (2,278)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures       131,300      162,236      178,094      190,263      194,605       4,342
Operating Expenditures                  4,260        8,753       12,953       20,360       13,740      (6,620)
Capital Outlay                            394        1,771        1,014            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                    $135,954     $172,760     $192,060     $210,623     $208,345     ($2,278)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        3            3            3            3            3            0


FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Purchasing Recommended Budget.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Coordinates with user departments, Budget Management, Accounting, Fixed Assets, and Legal
      Services to determine procurement requirements and makes recommendations for
      standardization of purchases.
  • Determine standards, supplier qualifications, value analysis, forecasting, scheduling, cost and
      budget considerations, capacity, control and considers alternatives.
  • Determine procurement processes including source selection method, bid solicitation, proposal
      solicitation, statements of qualifications, scheduling, cost/price analyses, negotiation, contract
      development, expediting, terms and conditions, specifications, and contract administration.
  • Analyze vendor performance, office efficiency, market trends, value added activities and total
      cost savings.
  • Attend meetings, conferences, workshops and training sessions and review publications and
      audiovisual materials to become and remain current on the principles, practices and new
      developments in procurement.
  • Communicate and coordinate regularly with others to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency
      of interdepartmental operations and activities.
  • Develop improved and innovative practices to enhance County procurement and contract
      administration.
  • Review and approves all formal solicitation documents and resulting contracts.
  • Evaluate protests and disputes relative to procurement matters and provides written decisions.
  • Develop and implement new procurement sources to enhance opportunities for the business
      community.
  • Dispose of surplus, confiscated and/or abandoned property by auctions, sales, sealed bids or
      redistribution to other departments.

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            INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
The Information Technologies (IT) Department assists county departments to improve their business
processes by proposing and deploying IT solutions. The staff provides daily support for the existing
computer systems, maintains data integrity, plans the architecture, and builds the infrastructure
necessary for information to be efficiently and effectively shared between employees and with the
citizens of Spartanburg County.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9163                                     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
                                      FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                             863,069     930,702    1,023,445    1,256,490    1,269,677      13,187

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures          424,013      479,505      506,362      584,802      658,505     73,703
Operating Expenditures                   328,917      292,358      370,088      635,288      597,172    (38,116)
Capital Outlay                           110,139      158,840      146,995       36,400       14,000    (22,400)
Other Expenditures                             0            0            0            0                       0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                       $863,069     $930,702   $1,023,445   $1,256,490   $1,269,677    $13,187

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         10            9            9           11           11            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A reduction in Contract Services, eliminating funding from the account. Funding in prior fiscal
      years was one-time funding for an information technologies strategic plan.
   • A decrease of $16,390 in Data Communications, from $143,498 to $127,108 in FY 2009/10 to
      reflect lower anticipated costs.
   • An increase of $33,534 in Maintenance Agreements, from $368,708 to $402,292 in FY 2009/10
      to reflect higher anticipated costs.

 Programs and                     Description and Goals                                                  FY 2009/10
 Functions                                                                                                  Budget
 Networking (Physical)            Installation and maintenance of routers, switches, firewalls,                   $
                                  virtual private network, and the wired and wireless
                                  infrastructure.
                                  ● Communication between WAN sites, cable modem sites
                                  and Internet running with no unscheduled downtime.
 System Administration            Administer services:      Exchange, Operating Systems,                            $
                                  System Backups, Anti-Virus, SQL, Oracle, and SDE (GIS).
                                  ● All services running with only scheduled downtime for
                                  maintenance.
 Software Maintenance             Maintain programs including Intranet and public web page.                         $
                                  ● Programs and web content updated as needed in a
                                  timely manner.
 Software Development             Create new programs for county departments both web-                              $
                                  based and desktop-based. Provide project management
                                  for procurement and implementation of off-the-shelf
                                  software solutions.
                                  ● Write programs and meet required scope and timeframe.
                                  Assist departments in successful procurement and

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Programs and          Description and Goals                                      FY 2009/10
Functions                                                                           Budget
                      implementation of software including data conversion and
                      integration of systems.
Department            Resource allocation, budgeting, personnel actions, and             $
Administration        project management.
                      ● Keep resources allocated for maximum efficiency. Train
                      and retain exceptional IT personnel by providing
                      opportunities for professional growth.
TOTAL, I.T.                                                                      $1,269,677




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GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)
The Geographic Information System (GIS) Department provides support to multiple departments in the
creation, maintenance and display of information of a geographic nature. The GIS staff maintains
digital parcels, road centerlines, and other information to assist county staff in performing their jobs with
accuracy and efficiency. GIS staff installs and maintains GIS related software and coordinates training
on its use. The Department helps to define work flows and conducts system analysis across
departmental lines to better utilize assets for the county as a whole. Although GIS staff did not
generally work directly with the public in the past, they have added a new function, that of assigning
addresses in addition to their original role of providing products such as maps, digital information, and
website capabilities. GIS staff assigns structure addresses to plats and subdivision as part of the land
development process and to facilitate issuance of building permits. They maintain and update an
electronic Master Street Address Guide as part of the County E911 system and act as the interface with
INTRADO to keep the Spartanburg County 911 database current and accurate. This addressing
function has a direct public access function as well where the public comes to GIS for anything to do
with new addresses and corrections to address issues.


DEPT NUMBER: 1-9164                               GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES (GIS)
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                           134,571       373,887      450,968      522,382      413,112     (109,270)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures         80,466       323,945      368,824      438,082       367,012     (71,070)
Operating Expenditures                  53,446        45,559       78,354       80,300        44,100     (36,200)
Capital Outlay                             659         4,383        3,791        4,000         2,000      (2,000)
Other Expenditures                           0             0            0            0                         0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $134,571      $373,887     $450,968     $522,382     $413,112    ($109,270)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0             6            6            8            6           (2)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures decrease from FY 2008/09 to reflect the transfer of two
      positions from GIS to the 9-1-1 Phone Fund Planning Department. These positions are
      dedicated to supporting the E 9-1-1 system.
   • A decrease of $23,000 in Contract Services Expenditures from $23,000 to $0 in FY 2009/10 to
      reflect spending needs.
   • A decrease of $4,000 in Maintenance Agreements from $40,000 to $36,000 in FY 2009/10 to
      reflect lower anticipated costs.
   • A decrease of $4,000 in Professional Development from $4,000 to $0 in FY 2009/10.




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                   FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
The Facilities Maintenance Department was created in FY 2006/07 to provide improvements,
maintenance, and repairs for all County-owned or managed buildings previously budgeted individually.
These facilities include the Community Services Building (Dent Building), County Administration
Building, County Judicial Center, County Detention Facility, Human Resources Center (Evans Building),
Library Street Building, Detention Annex 1, Detention Annex 2, Parks and Recreation Buildings, Fleet
Services, Public Works, Emergency Services Academy, 9-1-1 Communications Center, and the
Sheriff’s Office. This department also provides courier service for Spartanburg County facilities.

DEPT NUMBER: 1-9607                                      FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        1,884,796    2,658,890    3,371,670    3,344,355    3,294,427     (49,928)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        573,469      813,754      856,878      887,849    1,004,927    117,078
Operating Expenditures               1,239,749    1,938,471    2,504,025    2,492,196    2,278,000   (214,196)
Capital Outlay                         254,727       48,985      153,087      106,630       11,500    (95,130)
Other Expenditures                   (183,150)    (142,320)    (142,320)    (142,320)                 142,320
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $1,884,796   $2,658,890   $3,371,670   $3,344,355   $3,294,427   ($49,928)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       19           18           18           18           18            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Janitorial Expenses decrease $159,000 from FY 2008/09 due to a requested reduction in
      services to yield cost savings.
   • Contract Services decrease $58,000 from FY 2008/09.
   • Utilities increase $83,295 from FY2008/09 due to higher anticipated utility rates by the various
      utility providers.
   • A decrease in Building Insurance of $11,000, eliminating funding from this account. All building
      insurance costs are captured in Non-Departmental (1-9200) in the General Fund.
   • Capital Outlay Expenditures decrease $95,130 from FY 2008/09 primarily due to a reduction in
      Renovations of $87,730.




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                                FLEET SERVICES
                               FLEET SERVICES FUND
The Fleet Services Fund maintains county cars, trucks, and equipment and provides several fuel
dispensing stations throughout the county. Fleet Services maintains the county’s parts inventory and
vehicle history records. Fuel and repair costs are charged to the various county departments and funds
based on actual usage. The Fleet Services Fund is an Internal Service Fund, and fund performance is
based on changes in net assets, rather than cash balances. At the end of the year, when depreciation
and other non-cash expenses are adjusted, the activity will net zero dollars ($0).

  DEPT NUMBER: 5-9420                                         FLEET SERVICES
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Fleet Services Fund                 963,679    1,174,501    1,179,711    1,158,531    1,118,352     (40,179)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures     861,450       877,512      939,232    1,013,331      994,328    (19,003)
  Operating Expenditures              188,280       260,998      207,141      145,200      124,024    (21,176)
  Capital Outlay                            0        35,991       33,338            0            0          0
  Other Expenditures                  -86,051            0             0            0            0          0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $963,679    $1,174,501   $1,179,711   $1,158,531   $1,118,352   ($40,179)

  USER ALLOCATION                                             1,345,470    1,158,531    1,118,352     (40,179)

  NET FLEET SERVICES                                           $165,758           $0           $0          $0

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     19           18           18           18           18            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • A decrease of $5,000 for Shop Supplies from FY 2008/09 due to lower demand for Fleet
      Services.
   • A decrease of $1,500 in Professional Development from FY 2008/09.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Provide timely repairs to all county vehicles as inexpensively as possible by looking for creative
      methods of saving county dollars without reducing the quality of maintenance provided.
  • Work with all county mechanics to increase their knowledge and abilities.
  • Work with Budget Management to evaluate and make recommendations regarding county
      vehicle and capital equipment replacement.
  • Provide a wrecker service for all county vehicles and vehicles confiscated by the Sheriff’s
      Department. Service is provided seven day a week, twenty four hours a day.
  • Manage an impound lot, located at the Fleet Services compound, which houses vehicles
      impounded by the Sheriff’s Department.




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                         NON-DEPARTMENTAL
The Non Departmental Department provides funding for items that are not allocated to specific
departments; rather, they support the organization as a whole. It also serves as a placeholder during
the budget development process to identify compensation and insurance changes until such time as
the budget is adopted and the costs allocated to the appropriate departments. Items included in the
Non Departmental Budget include:

   •   Professional Development;
   •   Liability Insurance;
   •   Building Insurance;
   •   Vehicle Insurance; and
   •   Special Projects.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9200                                         NON-DEPARTMENTAL
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                      3,158,647    3,324,319     3,784,010    5,443,982    4,289,062    (1,154,920)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures    1,262,445    1,326,033     1,865,256    3,474,722        2,500  (3,472,222)
  Operating Expenditures             1,883,063    1,998,218     1,260,887    1,469,260    3,911,086   2,441,826
  Capital Outlay                        13,139           67       657,867      500,000      375,476    (124,524)
  Other Expenditures                         0            0             0            0                        0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $3,158,647   $3,324,319    $3,784,010   $5,443,982   $4,289,062 ($1,154,920)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0             0            0            0             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 Non-Department Funding includes:
          o Savings for frozen positions across all departments in general fund.
          o Anticipated savings for a workers compensation cost reduction.
          o Retiree health care costs.
          o General Fund departmental costs for Vehicle Manpower/Overhead; Vehicle-Parts;
             Vehicle-Fuel, Oil, Lube; Car Washes; and Motor Pool Charges were all moved to
             Operating Expenditures in this department.
          o The Employee Health Clinic costs were moved to Human Resources.
          o The Special Projects line item (budgeted at $379,476) includes Aircraft Tax, the Dent
             Building Lease as well as projects such as the GASB 45 project.




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               COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC
                   DEVELOPMENT
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                           $2,112,253
                                                                                                     Economic 
                                                                                                    Development
                                                                                                      $161,201 
                                                                                                        8%




                                     Community 
                                    Development
                                     $1,951,052 
                                        92%




                            COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMARY
                                    DEPT      FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08      FY 08/09         FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)               NO.      ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL       BUDGET           BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                             523,525       521,825       521,625       581,630          376,201      (205,429)
 14 Community Development Fund              1,643,673     1,761,784     1,729,710     1,854,672        1,736,052      (118,620)
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                     $2,167,198    $2,283,609    $2,251,335    $2,436,302       $2,112,253    ($324,049)

FUND DEPARTMENT
  1  Economic Development           9180      284,465       282,565       282,565       342,570 $        161,201     (181,369)
 14 Community Development                   1,882,733     2,001,044     1,968,770     2,093,732 $      1,951,052     (142,680)
                                           $2,167,198    $2,283,609    $2,251,335    $2,436,302       $2,112,253    ($324,049)




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Community and Economic Development
  Percentage of Total County Budget
             $2,112,253
                                   Transfers/Other    County Leadership             Tax Collection
                                          4.5%              0.8%                        3.7%
                            Quality of Life
                               8.4%
              Education                                                                                   Public Safety
                3.7%                                                                                        30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


   Health &
   Human
   Services
    9.0%




  Comm & Econ
     Dev.
     1.4%                                                                                      Judicial
                                                                   Public Works                 8.6%
                                       Planning and Land Use         13.0%
              Operational Support
                                               1.8%
                     9.2%




                        TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                               FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use       $2,848,447   Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support        $13,627,043   Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.            $2,112,253   Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services    $13,331,155   Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179




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                  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Economic Development Program provides support for the County's economic development and
recruitment efforts through the Chamber of Commerce, the Council of Governments Information
Systems (EDIS), and the professional football training camp at Wofford College.

FUND NUMBER: 1                                             ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                                      FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                             284,465      282,565      282,565      342,570      161,201     (181,369)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                0            0            0            0            0            0
Operating Expenditures                         0            0            0            0            0            0
Capital Outlay                                 0            0            0            0            0            0
Other Expenditures                       284,465      282,565      282,565      342,570      161,201     (181,369)
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                       $284,465     $282,565     $282,565     $342,570     $161,201    ($181,369)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                            0           0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • In the FY 2009/10 Economic Development Recommended Budget funding to the Spartanburg
      County Chamber of Commerce is reduced by $181,364.

Programs and Support

Programs or Agencies              Description                                                             FY 2009/10
                                                                                                             Budget
Appalachian Council               Funding is allocated for participation in the Council of                   $25,765
of Governments                    Government’s Infomentum program, an economic
                                  development information marketing tool designed to
                                  enhance recruitment of industrial and commercial
                                  businesses in the Upstate. The Infomentum program
                                  operates as a public/private partnership, and is governed
                                  by a Board of Directors and staffed by the Council of
                                  Governments.
Spartanburg County                Funding is provided for operational support of the                        $111,436
Chamber of                        Economic Futures Group. Funds are primarily utilized for
Commerce                          recruitment of business prospects, marketing of
                                  Spartanburg County as an attractive location for business,
                                  targeted industry marketing, and work with existing county
                                  businesses.
Wofford College                   An appropriation to Wofford College from the General Fund                  $25,000
                                  for capital improvements to the football stadium associated
                                  with the Carolina Panthers football training camp. An
                                  additional $50,000 appropriation for this purpose is
                                  accounted for in the Accommodations Tax Fund.
TOTAL, ECONOMIC                                                                                             $161,201
DEVELOPMENT


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                      COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
The Community Development Department is primarily responsible for administering grant funds received for
Spartanburg County’s housing, community, and economic development needs. The Department provides
housing, neighborhood revitalization, citizen participation, economic development, and other special
services (planning, project management, assistance to the homeless and other special needs populations,
fair housing and handicapped accessibility) to the citizens of Spartanburg County. The specific geographic
areas to be served in the FY 09 program year are the Arkwright, Startex and Mayo communities. The
remaining activities will either be provided on a countywide basis or are project specific.

FUND NUMBER: 14                                     COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET     FY 10 - 09
General Fund                           239,060      239,260      239,060      239,060      215,000     (24,060)
Community Development Fund           1,643,673    1,761,784    1,729,710    1,854,672    1,736,052    (142,680)
EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures        575,699      552,858      566,684      572,950      600,544      27,594
Operating Expenditures                 225,835      172,950      216,011      151,650       78,093     (73,557)
Capital Outlay                       1,081,199    1,261,226    1,179,945    1,369,132    1,272,415     (96,717)
Other Expenditures                           0       14,010        6,129            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $1,882,733   $2,001,044   $1,968,770   $2,093,732   $1,951,052   ($142,680)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                       12           12           11           11           10           (1)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • The FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget decreases $94,067 due to a reduction in CDBG and
      HUD funds.
   • The FY 2009/10 General Fund contribution to Community Development is reduced by $24,060.




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(COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONTINUED)

Department Goals, Projects, and Objectives – Federal Funds
                                      ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
                                           BUDGET
  SOURCE                                        DESCRIPTION                                AMOUNT


                                             GOAL 1 - HOUSING
   HOME       Housing New Construction                                                     369,318.75
   HOME       Upstate Homeless Coalition - CHDO                                             73,863.75
    ADDI      Home Ownership Program                                                         4,012.00
   CDBG       County Wide Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation                            150,000.00
   CDBG       Emergency & Temporary Relocation                                              85,000.00
   CDBG       SAFE Homes-Rape Crisis Coalition DV Shelter                                   50,000.00
   CDBG       Target Area Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation: Startex & Arkwright        57,500.00
   CDBG       The Haven (PS)                                                                30,000.00
   CDBG       CED Housing Delivery Costs                                                   155,000.00
                                                                               Subtotal    974,694.50
                            GOAL 2 - QUALITY OF LIFE IMPROVEMENTS
   CDBG       Arch Ministries/After School Program (PS)                                     25,000.00
   CDBG       Christmas in Action: Operations (PS)                                           8,237.00
   CDBG       Emergency County Wide Infrastructure                                          50,000.00
   CDBG       Fair Housing Activities (PS)                                                  20,000.00
   CDBG       Mayo Mill Village Water Project                                               66,000.00
   CDBG       STCAA: Operations (PS)                                                         8,500.00
   CDBG       Target Area Infrastructure                                                   215,165.00
   CDBG       Upstate Homeless Coalition-Transitional Housing Case Management (PS)          25,000.00
   CDBG       Urban League of the Upstate-Business & Technology Training Center (PS)        29,500.00
                                                                               Subtotal    447,402.00
                                                SET-ASIDES
   HOME       HOME Program Administration                                                   49,242.50
   CDBG       CDBG Program Administration                                                  243,725.00
                                                                               Subtotal    292,967.50
                                                                        GRAND TOTAL       1,715,064.00




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            HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                $13,331,155
                 Social Services                 Outside Agencies Veterans Affairs                                    Indigent 
       Charles Lea  ‐ DSS ‐ HRC                     $1,113,943       $312,023                                           Care 
         Center       $142,400                         8%               2%                                            Services
       $1,278,000       1%                                                                                            $871,125 
             10%                                                                                                         7%

                                                                                                           SADAC
                                                                                                          $3,981,941 
                                                                                                             30%

                                          Workforce 
                                       Investment Board
                                          $5,631,723 
                                             42%




                                           HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SUMMARY
                                              DEPT       FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09           FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       NO.       ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET             BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                    2,409,116      2,419,250      2,435,332      2,504,361          2,297,091      (207,270)
    7  SADAC Fund                                      3,187,989      3,096,212      3,804,031      4,112,269          3,981,941      (130,328)
    9  Special Revenue Fund                                    0         95,576        102,993        108,775            142,400        33,625
   30 Workforce Investment Board Fund                  4,167,413      4,883,814      6,912,355      5,715,962          5,631,723       (84,239)
   61 Charles Lea Center Fund                          1,096,120      1,047,288      1,047,208      1,219,391          1,278,000        58,609
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                             $10,860,638    $11,542,140    $14,301,918    $13,660,758        $13,331,154    ($329,604)

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Veterans Affairs                     9129       283,296        280,975        288,845        312,447    $       312,023         (424)
    1    Indigent Care Services               9503       863,676        930,500        928,880        937,513    $       871,125      (66,388)
    7    SADAC                                         3,187,989      3,096,212      3,804,031      4,112,269    $     3,981,941     (130,328)
   30    Workforce Investment Board                    4,167,413      4,883,814      6,912,355      5,715,962    $     5,631,723      (84,239)
   61    Charles Lea Center                            1,096,120      1,047,288      1,047,208      1,219,391    $     1,278,000       58,609
    9    Social Services - DSS - HRC          9640             0         95,576        102,993        108,775    $       142,400       33,625
    1    Outside Agencies                              1,262,144      1,207,775      1,217,606      1,254,400    $     1,113,943     (140,457)
                                                     $10,860,638    $11,542,140    $14,301,918    $13,660,758        $13,331,155    ($329,603)


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         Health and Human Services
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $13,331,155
                                 Transfers/Other      County Leadership        Tax Collection
                                     4.5%                   0.8%                   3.7%
                         Quality of Life
                            8.4%
            Education                                                                                 Public Safety
              3.7%                                                                                      30.2%


   Recreation
     5.7%



 Health &
  Human
 Services
  9.0%




       Comm & Econ
          Dev.
          1.4%
                                                                                           Judicial
             Operational Support                           Public Works                     8.6%
                    9.2%         Planning and Land Use       13.0%
                                         1.8%




                        TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                         FY 2009/10
  CATEGORY/FUNCTION            BUDGET      CATEGORY/FUNCTION           BUDGET CATEGORY/FUNCTION           BUDGET
  County Leadership         $1,201,051     Planning and Land Use    $2,848,447 Recreation              $8,393,991
  Tax Collection            $5,428,347     Operational Support     $13,627,043 Education               $5,490,000
  Public Safety            $44,824,813     Comm & Econ Dev.         $2,112,253 Quality of Life        $12,393,286
  Judicial                 $12,724,896     Health & Human Services $13,331,155 Transfers/Other         $6,699,308
  Public Works             $19,324,179




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                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 Authorized Health and Human Services
          Personnel Summary
                                                                Veterans Affairs
                                                                       5                 Indigent Care
                                                                      5%                       4
                                                                                              4%

                                                      WIB
                                                       7
                                                      7%




                                                            SADAC
                                                              83
                                                             84%




                                  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                            DEPT    FY 05/06        FY 06/07       FY 07/08      FY 08/09       FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
  FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     NO.    ACTUAL          ACTUAL         BUDGET        BUDGET        BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
    1  General Fund                                       8               8              8             8              9             1
    7  SADAC Fund                                        88              81             80            81             83             2
    9  Special Revenue Fund                               0               0              0             0              0             0
   30 Workforce Investment Board Fund                    24              29             29            29              7           (22)
   61 Charles Lea Center Fund                             0               0              0             0              0             0
  TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                120             118            117           118             99           (19)

  FUND   DEPARTMENT
    1    Veterans Affairs                   9129         4               4               4                 4          5            1
    1    Indigent Care Services             9503         4               4               4                 4          4            0
    7    SADAC                              9730        88              81              80                81         83            2
   30    Workforce Investment Board         9800        24              29              29                29          7          (22)
   61    Charles Lea Center                              0               0               0                 0          0            0
    9    Social Services - DSS - HRC                     0               0               0                 0          0            0
    1    Outside Agencies                                0               0               0                 0          0            0
                                                       120             118             117               118         99          (19)



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                           VETERANS AFFAIRS
The Veterans Affairs Office assists veterans, their dependent parents, spouses, children, widows,
widowers, and orphans in determining basic eligibility and conditions of entitlement for benefits covering
pension, compensation, insurance, hospitalization, outpatient treatment and other benefits under
various programs.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9129                                             VETERANS AFFAIRS
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                            283,296      280,975      288,845      312,447      312,023        (424)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures         176,143      178,499      185,679      227,579      257,273      29,694
  Operating Expenditures                   98,398      101,952      102,875       84,368       54,750     (29,618)
  Capital Outlay                            8,755          524          291          500            0        (500)
  Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $283,296     $280,975     $288,845     $312,447     $312,023       ($424)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          4            4            4            5            5            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Reduce operating expenses by $29,000 through the reduction of contract services.
   • Capital expenses have been eliminated.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Conduct research, preparation, development, and presentation to final determination of all
      claims sent to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office for
      adjudications.
  • Maintain all veterans’ military medical records, discharge records and safeguard.
  • Provide analytical review during the initial claim process and to include the appeal reviews.
  • Conduct home visits of shut-in Veterans per their requests to review the Veterans’ entitlements.
  • Conduct off-site training and education sessions in conjunction with other county agencies
      throughout the county.
  • Conduct one-on-one escorts with Veterans to medical appointments to assure that the
      Veteran’s interests and concerns are represented.




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                  INDIGENT CARE SERVICES
Indigent Care Services determines the eligibility of indigent patients for Spartanburg Regional Medical
Center sponsorship through the outpatient clinic and eligibility for sponsorship through the South
Carolina Medically Indigent Assistance Program for inpatient hospital care. This department also
determines the eligibility for county sponsorship for cremations of deceased indigent persons.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9503                                        INDIGENT CARE SERVICES
                                        FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                            863,676      930,500      928,880      937,513      871,125      (66,388)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures         136,343      146,154      152,332      158,076      167,127        9,051
  Operating Expenditures                  715,669      779,442      776,548      778,637      703,998      (74,639)
  Capital Outlay                           11,665        4,904            0          800            0         (800)
  Other Expenditures                            0            0            0            0            0            0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $863,676     $930,500     $928,880     $937,513     $871,125     ($66,388)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                          4            4            4            4            4             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Indigent Care Services Recommended
      Budget.

Departmental Functions

 Program or Service         Description                                                                  FY 2009/10
                                                                                                            Budget
 MIAP State Program         The Medically Indigent Assistance Program (MIAP)                                      $
                            determines applicant’s eligibility to have their hospital care
                            costs paid for by this state program.           The program
                            determines if the applicant has exhausted all other means of
                            securing payment for these costs.
 SRMC Outpatient            The Spartanburg Regional Medical Center (SRMC)                                             $
 Program                    Outpatient Program determines applicant’s eligibility to have
                            their outpatient care costs paid for by the hospital. The
                            program determines if the applicant has exhausted all other
                            means of securing payment for these costs.
 Burials &                  The Burials and Cremations Program determines eligibility to                               $
 Cremations                 have burial or cremation costs paid for by Spartanburg
                            County. The program determines if all other means of
                            securing payment for these costs have been exhausted.
 TOTAL, INDIGENT                                                                                          $871,125
 CARE SERVICES




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   ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION
                (SADAC)
                                         SADAC FUND
                                         Mission
 Reduce human suffering from alcohol and other drug use, abuse, and addiction by providing
    and promoting quality prevention, education, intervention and treatment services in
                                  Spartanburg County.

SADAC provides services through specific components organized into individual service delivery
systems (or programs) of the total agency. Each program’s staff operates in a manner specific to the
program’s task assignment.

SADAC is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF),
and is licensed by S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) as an outpatient
facility for chemically dependent or addicted persons, and as a community Residential Care Facility for
non-medical detoxification. SADAC staff are certified through the South Carolina Association of
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, South Carolina Association of Prevention Professionals and
Advocates, and/or other state licensure or national certifications. Clinical staff holds bachelor and
master level degrees in the areas of Education, Counseling, Human Services and other related fields.

  FUND NUMBER: 7                          ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION (SADAC)
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  SADAC Fund                        3,187,989    3,096,212    3,804,031    4,112,269    3,981,941     (130,328)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures    2,191,245    2,141,926    2,313,934    2,868,459    2,709,788    (158,671)
  Operating Expenditures             1,198,561    1,181,779    1,377,518    1,572,902    1,570,020      (2,882)
  Capital Outlay                        25,181       20,481        5,331       14,000       12,500      (1,500)
  Other Expenditures                 (226,999)    (247,974)     107,247     (343,092)    (310,367)      32,725
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $3,187,989   $3,096,212   $3,804,031   $4,112,269   $3,981,941   ($130,328)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     88           81           80           81           83            2



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Although two (2) positions were added personnel expenses decrease 6% due to freezing
      positions.
   • Overhead allocation of $91,659 has been allocated between the departments.




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(SADAC CONTINUED)

Departments, Descriptions, and Goals

                                                                                                FY 2009/10
Dept. /Dept. Number     Description and FY 09 Goals                                                Budget
Administration (9730)   The Spartanburg County Council and the Spartanburg City Council           -$13,338
                        established the Spartanburg Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
                        (SADAC) in 1971. The SADAC Budget consists of thirteen (13)
                        departments or program areas. This is necessary to ensure
                        accurate local, state, and federal cost reporting on grants and
                        contracts. The Administration budget supports costs for related
                        administration costs for SADAC.
                        ● Maintain an adequate number of qualified staff to provide needed
                        services.
                        ● Develop and implement an annual comprehensive alcohol and
                        drug program for the citizens of Spartanburg by evaluating and
                        interpreting community needs assessments, program results, and
                        client services on an on-going basis.
                        ● Maintain alcohol and drug services by continuously
                        seeking/acquiring funding for ATOD programs and services.
                        ● Establish and maintain interactive, productive and collaborative
                        relationships with all agency resources to include Board Members,
                        Governing Officials and other service providers.
                        ● Maintain national and state licensure / accreditation and
                        credentials for agency and staff by implementing continuous
                        improvement strategies and developing professional well-trained
                        staff.
                        ● Provide oversight, guidance, and technical assistance for assuring
                        contractual compliances and quality in programs and services.
                        ● Maintain assessment-on-demand for all Outpatient and ADSAP
                        clients and minimize wait time for scheduled appointments in YAS,
                        EAP, and Drug Court.
                        ● Develop and implement plans to reduce/remove identified barriers
                        to services.
                        ● Increase customer access and client retention rates and
                        reduce/remove identified barriers to services.
Community Referral      The Community Referral Department provides services for                  $849,127
Department (9732)       individuals and/or family members who are experiencing family, job,
                        marital, or other problems because of their alcohol, and/or other
                        drug use or a loved one’s use. Services consist of individualized
                        assessment/treatment planning, individual/group/family counseling,
                        crisis intervention, case management, consultation, referral,
                        HIV/AIDS treatment and recovery, sobriety, and relapse prevention
                        groups.
                        ● Maintain and enhance existing alcohol and other drug treatment
                        programs for residents of Spartanburg County in need of these
                        services and further improve interagency collaborative efforts.
                        ● Continue providing immediate crisis screening and referral
                        assistance for individuals who telephone, walk-in, or are referred to
                        facilitate stabilization of crisis situations.
                        ● Provide culturally sensitive approaches to dealing with at risk
                        populations through in-service training, counseling, resources
                        information, ATOD groups, outreach efforts and referrals.




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AET (Alcohol            The AET (Alcohol Enforcement Team) which covers the seventh                $100,356
Enforcement Team)       judicial district (including Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties) is
Dept. (9733)            designed to address issues related to underage use and access of
                        alcohol. This program utilizes law enforcement officers from
                        Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Dept., Cherokee County Sheriff’s
                        Dept. and Gaffney City Police. These officers join together to form
                        enforcement teams which provide the following: compliance
                        initiatives, merchant training, training programs for officers and
                        parenting education.
                        ● To provide monthly trainings to Servers/Merchants related to their
                        legal responsibilities and effective techniques for controlling the sale
                        of alcohol to minors within Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties.
                        ● To conduct random compliance checks and covert buy operations
                        within establishments licensed to sell alcohol involving Spartanburg
                        and Cherokee County law officers.
                        ● To educate the public on the risks associated with underage
                        alcohol use in order to change community norms related to youth
                        access.
Youth and Adolescent    YAS provides services for adolescents, aged 12 – 17, and their             $189,780
Services (YAS) Dept.    families. Services consist of individualized assessment/treatment
(9734)                  planning, individual/family/multi-family/group counseling services for
                        adolescents experiencing problems related to or placing them at
                        greater risk of substance use/abuse, their parents and offers in-
                        service training for guidance counselors and other school or agency
                        staff.
                        ● Assist youth and parents with behavioral and/or ATOD-related
                        problems by developing positive relationships, reducing ATOD use,
                        and increasing positive alternatives and life-skills.
                        ● Coordinate and facilitate referrals from Spartanburg County’s
                        seven school districts, the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), the
                        Department of Social Services (DSS), the Spartanburg Area Mental
                        Health Center (SAMHC), and other referral sources by providing
                        training and educational services as requested.
Bridge Grant (BRIDGE)    The BRIDGE is a comprehensive, individualized family-centered             $145,386
(9735)                  program that offers services to adolescents, aged 12 – 17, with
                        diagnosable alcohol and other drug problems who are preparing to
                        leave an alcohol and/or other drug inpatient facility, a juvenile
                        justice, or other residential setting. The BRIDGE utilizes a “wrap-
                        around” service approach in transitioning young people back into the
                        community and family life. Involvement in the BRIDGE may last up
                        to one year, during which time clients are involved in treatment and
                        supportive services at gradually decreasing levels of intensity. The
                        BRIDGE offers individualized assessment/treatment planning, case
                        management and advocacy, referral, crisis intervention,
                        consultation, individual/group/family/multi-family counseling, home
                        visits, drug screening, and specialized services, including but not
                        limited to assistance with transportation, education and vocational
                        needs, psychological testing, psychotherapy, and attention to
                        general health needs. The BRIDGE is nationally recognized as a
                        model for working with some of the most troubled youth.
                        ● Improve treatment outcomes for those adolescents with
                        diagnosable ATOD problems who are returning to the community
                        from structured residential settings by providing individualized,
                        comprehensive and continuing treatment.
                        ● Reduce recurrent use of ATOD, juvenile offenses and other high
                        risk behaviors by developing an individualized program of services
                        to meet the specific and unique needs of each individual and family.

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                        ● Teach families how to create a recovery environment that
                        reinforces positive adolescent behavior patterns by strengthening
                        parenting skills and improving family functioning.
                        ● Provide participant continuing care for up to one year to increase
                        the likelihood of adolescents adapting and functioning successfully
                        in the community.
Alcohol and Drug        Every person convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) is           $531,056
Safety Action Program   required by South Carolina law to successfully complete ADSAP if
(ADSAP) (9736)          they want to be re-licensed. State law requires persons to enroll in
                        ADSAP who have been arrested for zero tolerance (under age 21
                        with a BAC of .02 or higher) and Administrative License Revocation
                        (ALR). Individuals may be required to attend and complete
                        educational classes, group counseling, or individual counseling.
                        ● Decrease the incidence of alcohol and other drug related arrests
                        for DUI offenses by providing education, intervention, and treatment
                        services to individuals convicted of DUI offenses.
                        ● Provide 100% coordination and training to court related entities
                        and referral sources upon request.
                        ● Provide systems interface with state and local criminal justice
                        system officials on a quarterly basis.
Occupational            Employers of Spartanburg County businesses and industries can            $233,176
Department (EAP)        contract with SADAC for an EAP. Employees and immediate family
(9738)                  members that live with that employee will receive professional,
                        confidential counseling services (including assessment and
                        treatment or referral) in the areas of depression, anxiety, grief,
                        alcohol and/or other drug problems, marital and family problems,
                        emotional stress, anger management and other difficult life events.
                        EAP also provides Department of Transportation (DOT) Compliant
                        Services. These services are provided to companies that employ
                        individuals in safety sensitive positions and must comply with certain
                        requirements to reduce injuries and accidents related to substance
                        abuse.
                        ● Decrease the incidence of lost productivity as a result of work
                        performance or other personal problems by assisting troubled
                        employees and/or families through their personal difficulties.
                        ● Maintain access to HMO/Managed Care organizations and to
                        provide our EAP companies supervisory/management training,
                        health/wellness workshops, and EAP sales/renewals by contracting
                        with a consulting firm on an annual basis.
HIV-Interagency         The HIV-IPC joins together community agencies and individuals to          $75,286
Prevention              provide effective HIV prevention and intervention services. The
Collaboration Grant     mission of the collaboration is to develop community capacity to
(9739)                  eliminate the spread of HIV infection among priority populations in
                        Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union counties.
                        ● Provide HIV education, prevention, and intervention services to
                        priority populations in Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties
                        through collaborative efforts.
                        ● Plan, coordinate, and implement HIV and Harm Reduction
                        education to priority populations as set forth by the SC HIV
                        Prevention Plan and to network and collaborate with HIV
                        Interagency Prevention Collaboration partner agencies to enhance
                        HIV prevention efforts to persons in the Region II health district.
                        Services provided will include outreach, skills building, community-
                        based counseling, testing, and referral.
SADAC Prevention        Prevention Services include educational trainings to parents, school     $246,363
(9740)                  staff, civic, religious and business groups and other local
                        organizations.       The Prevention Program Coordinator also

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                       coordinates and oversees the activities of our Spartanburg County
                       Youth Advisory Board (YAB). The YAB is a youth-led group of
                       approximately forty (40) 9th – 12th graders, trained in leadership,
                       communication and team building. They serve as peer mentors and
                       alcohol, tobacco and/or other drug abuse trainers for identified 5th –
                       8th graders who can initiate and implement specials projects in their
                       respective schools. The SADAC has been awarded an “Enforcing
                       Underage Drinking Laws” (EUDL) grant, and is working
                       collaboratively with local law enforcement to implement this
                       oversight program.
                         ● Increase perceived risks of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use
                       and increase social disapproval among youth in order to prevent or
                       delay first use and build upon the assets youth already possess, by
                       training them in leadership, team-building, and communication.
                       ● Develop and implement prevention activities, including “Too Good
                       for Drugs and Violence” curriculum.
                       ● Develop a social norm campaign for a middle school and impact at
                       least 250 students.
                       ● Develop a media literacy program that will impact a minimum of
                       200 youth/adults.
                       ● Provide general prevention services which includes educational
                       training to non-targeted individuals and groups through health
                       education, health fairs, general ATOD presentations, resources,
                       printed supplies and materials, and media.
                       ● Coordinate Spartanburg County youth and adult volunteers in
                       administering a local Youth Access to Tobacco Survey, conduct
                       tobacco compliance checks, gather data regarding new tobacco
                       outlets, and train merchants regarding compliance.
                       ● Provide multiple enforcement/technical assistance events (i.e.
                       media, zoning law enforcement and fines, and regulatory change)
                       regarding underage access in order to establish community norms
                       and standards which reduce underage tobacco use.
                       ● Provide factual HIV/AIDS information and/or HIV testing sessions
                       monthly in the community.
                       ● Provide four (4) HIV/STD presentations per month to high-risk
                       individuals.
Detoxification         The Raymond C. Eubanks, Jr. Detoxification Center provides               $823,690
Department (9742)      assessment, individual and group services in a 3–5 day social
                       setting (non-medical) detoxification program to physically stabilize,
                       educate, and motivate individuals for referral to appropriate
                       treatment services (24 hour admission available). The Detoxification
                       Center is a fifteen (15) bed, non-medical community residential care
                       facility. Services at the Detoxification Center include screening,
                       individualized assessment/treatment planning, medical evaluation,
                       individual and group counseling, support groups, crisis intervention,
                       case management, dietary services, room and board, consultation,
                       referral and discharge planning.
                       ● Provide care that assists an individual in having a safe, humane
                       withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs and prepares the individual
                       for on-going treatment.
                        ● Provide 24-hour/day, 7/days/week social detoxification services to
                       a daily potential maximum of fifteen (15) persons.
                       ● Provide meeting space for at least three (3) community support
                       groups per week for Detox clients.
                       ● Make 100% referrals for continuing care to all clients given a
                       regular discharge from the center.
                       ● Provide 24-hour crisis screening of persons for whom involuntary

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                        commitment requests are made, before Probate Court orders are
                        issued.
Drug Court Department   The Drug Court Program provides a cost-effective alternative to          $275,796
(9744)                  traditional prosecution and incarceration of non-violent offenders
                        with substance abuse problems. It is a cooperative effort between
                        Seventh Circuit Solicitor’s Office, Public Defender’s Office, Judicial
                        system and SADAC to reduce alcohol and other drug use, criminal-
                        addictive behavior, and recidivism. The Drug Court’s services
                        consist of individualized assessment/treatment planning, group
                        counseling in three (3) phases of treatment, individual and family
                        counseling, crisis intervention, case management (including weekly
                        reports to Court), consultation and referral. The Drug Court
                        Program lasts a minimum of thirteen (13) months.
                        ● Provide a cost-efficient and effective alternative to incarceration
                        for non-violent, adult criminal offenders with diagnosable alcohol
                        and/or other drug disorders by maintaining and expanding treatment
                        services for the Spartanburg County Drug Court.
                        ● Develop a referral system for family, magistrate, and general
                        sessions court that expands sentencing options for substance-
                        abusing criminal offenders.
                          ● Coordinate referrals to “Positive Moms” which is a treatment
                        program designed for mothers who have used alcohol and/or other
                        drugs during pregnancy. Mothers are held accountable by the legal
                        system for participating and successfully completing alcohol and
                        drug treatment.
Prevention HIV/AIDS     The Prevention HIV/AIDS Program provides prevention and                   $65,000
(9745)                  interventions through education, confidential HIV counseling and
                        testing. Interventions encourage personal development to lower
                        behavioral risk and are available to Spartanburg, Cherokee and
                        Union County residents.
                        ● Reduce HIV infections by increasing knowledge of HIV/AIDS
                        through education sessions, risk reduction curriculums, workshops,
                        outreach and HIV testing.
                        ● Conduct a minimum of 100 HIV rapid tests.
                        ● Provide HIV education risk reduction programs to SADAC clients
                        and community individuals in order to increase knowledge and
                        reduce infection rates.
Adolescent Intensive    The Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program is an intensive and          $141,452
Outpatient Program      structured program for teens aged 12 – 17 or secondary school-
(AIOP) (9747)           aged who are unable to stop use of chemicals on their own. The
                        program seeks to assist young people in arresting chemical
                        dependency while initiating quality change in a therapeutic setting
                        that includes educational continuity, positive community interaction,
                        and attention to family life. These services include individualized
                        assessment/treatment planning, individual/group/family/multi-family
                        counseling, academic instruction (Homebound or GED preparation),
                        self-help orientation, life/social skills development, case
                        management and consultation, crisis intervention and referral.
                        ● Interrupt chemical use and promote healthy choices for teens who
                        have been diagnosed as being dependent on alcohol and/or other
                        drugs.
                        ● Provide homebound instruction and enable students to maintain
                        school work while receiving daily intensive treatment.

Intensive Outpatient    The Intensive Outpatient Program allows a person to live at home         $318,811
Program (IOP) (9748)    and continue with work or school while receiving treatment services
                        comparable to inpatient care. IOP includes education/awareness,

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                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                       group counseling, life skills, and introduction to support groups, with
                       required participation. The Adult IOP is four (4) days each week
                       from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm with each cycle lasting approximately
                       six (6) to ten (10) weeks, as well as a twelve (12) week aftercare
                       follow-up. The Women’s IOP is four (4) days each week from 9:00
                       am until 12:30 pm with each cycle lasting approximately four (4) to
                       ten (10) weeks, and may be subject for four (4) to twelve (12) weeks
                       of aftercare, if needed. The Women’s IOP is partially funded by the
                       United Way of the Piedmont.
                       ● Provide 4,000 clinical treatment hours of Intensive Outpatient
                       Services to residents of Spartanburg County.
                       ● Project CUE - Women's IOP - To provide 2,500 clinical treatment
                       hours of Intensive Outpatient services to eligible women of
                       Spartanburg County.
TOTAL, SADAC                                                                                     $3,981,941




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



     WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
          WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD FUND
The Workforce Investment Board is funded by the Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program
funded by the United States Department of Labor. The Board addresses local business needs in the
Upstate of South Carolina by serving as the convener for workforce development. Funds are also used
to provide job training to unemployed and underemployed persons along with work-related workshops
through our “One-Stop” system. A portion of these funds are used to issue grants for youth programs
that address drop-out prevention, GED preparation and/or occupational training for youths.

   FUND NUMBER: 30                               WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD (WIB)
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Workforce Inv. Board Fund         4,167,413    4,883,814    6,912,355    5,715,962    5,631,723     (84,239)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures    1,083,574    1,116,294    1,132,775    1,455,294      638,758   (816,536)
  Operating Expenditures             2,992,335    3,645,471    5,721,114    4,183,528    4,915,825    732,297
  Capital Outlay                        91,504      122,049       58,467       77,140       77,140         (0)
  Other Expenditures                         0            0            0            0            0          0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $4,167,413   $4,883,814   $6,912,355   $5,715,962   $5,631,723   ($84,239)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     24           29           29           29            7          (22)



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • In FY 2008/09 the Workforce Investment Board eliminated 22 positions but brought those
      employees back through contract services thus shifting cost from personnel to operating
      expenses.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                       CHARLES LEA CENTER
                        CHARLES LEA CENTER FUND
The Charles Lea Center is a local facility that provides rehabilitative and special education services to
the handicapped. Youth programs are funded through Spartanburg County school districts. These
funds provide for adult programs, early childhood programs, intervention and clinical services.

   DEPT NUMBER: 61                                            CHARLES LEA CENTER
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Charles Lea Center Fund           1,096,120    1,047,288      1,047,208   1,219,391    1,278,000      58,609

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures            0            0             0            0            0          0
  Operating Expenditures                     0            0             0            0            0          0
  Capital Outlay                             0            0             0            0            0          0
  Other Expenditures                 1,096,120    1,047,288     1,047,208    1,219,391    1,278,000     58,609
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $1,096,120   $1,047,288    $1,047,208   $1,219,391   $1,278,000    $58,609

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0             0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • The Charles Lea Center FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget maintains the current millage levy.




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                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



          SOCIAL SERVICES – DSS – HRC
                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
  DEPT NUMBER: 9-9640                                  SOCIAL SERVICES - DSS-HRC
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Special Revenue Fund                      0       95,576      102,993      108,775      142,400      33,625

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures                        0            0            0            0           0
  Operating Expenditures                            95,576      102,993      108,775      142,400      33,625
  Capital Outlay                                         0            0            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                                     0            0            0            0           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                        $0      $95,576     $102,993     $108,775     $142,400     $33,625

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the FY 2009/10 Social Services – DSS – HRC
      Recommended Budget.




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                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                          OUTSIDE AGENCIES
  FUND NUMBER: 1                                             OUTSIDE AGENCIES
                                   FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                  ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                     1,262,144    1,207,775    1,217,606    1,254,400    1,113,943     (140,457)

  EXPENDITURES
  Area Mental Health Dept.            337,053      336,944      351,433      365,600      365,600           0
  Spartanbug Co. Boys' Home            53,000       53,000       53,000       65,000       65,000           0
  Ellen Smith Hines Girls' Home        22,000       22,000       22,000       30,000       35,000       5,000
  Spartanburg Co. Health Dept.        287,652      275,990      270,000      270,000      270,000           0
  Mountainview Nursing Home           101,620      101,620      104,340      103,980      105,843       1,863
  Senior Centers of Spartanburg       272,150      231,320      231,320      231,320       89,000    (142,320)
  Children's Boarding Home             20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000           0
  Big Brothers/Big Sisters             25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000       20,000      (5,000)
  Safe Homes/Rape Crisis Network       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000           0
  Spartanburg Children's Shelter       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000           0
  Children's Advocacy Center           40,000       40,000       40,000       45,000       45,000           0
  Transportation Services Bureau       53,669       51,902       50,514       48,500       48,500           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                $1,262,144   $1,207,775   $1,217,606   $1,254,400   $1,113,943   ($140,457)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                     0            0            0            0            0             0



Outside Agency Programs and Services

Program or Service        Description                                                               FY 2009/10
                                                                                                       Budget
Area Mental Health        The Area Mental Health Department serves the mental health                  $365,600
Department                needs of the residents of Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union
                          counties. Spartanburg County contributes to the operational
                          budget including the transportation of patients.
Spartanburg County        The Spartanburg County Boys’ Home provides services to                       $65,000
Boys’ Home                troubled male youth between the ages of ten (10) and sixteen
                          (16) who are currently unable to live in a “family/home”
                          situation. The Home strives to have the boys returned to
                          their families, school, and community as responsible and
                          contributing members of society. The Home also provides
                          parental training, guidance, and follow-up for a positive
                          adjustment in the home. Spartanburg County contributes to
                          the operational budget of the Boys’ Home.
Ellen Smith Hines         The Ellen Hines Smith Girls’ Home is a residential treatment                 $35,000
Girls’ Home               program for troubled teenage girls. The Home provides care
                          to adolescent girls and their families through residential
                          treatment counseling, and an on-site school to direct
                          educational needs of the residents.       Spartanburg County
                          contributes to the operational budget of the Girls’ Home.




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                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Program or Service    Description                                                       FY 2009/09
                                                                                           Budget
Spartanburg County    The Spartanburg County Health Department serves as the              $270,000
Health Department     authority and guardian in matters relating to public health; is
                      the major provider of public health services in the County;
                      and operates a central office in Spartanburg with six satellite
                      facilities located in Chesnee, Inman, Middle Tyger, the
                      Bethlehem Center, Woodruff, and Greer maintaining
                      partnership agreements with health care providers. The
                      County contributes to the operational budget of the Health
                      Department.
Mountainview          The Mountainview Nursing Home provides skilled nursing             $105,843
Nursing Home          care and intermediate care to County residents. Admission is
                      restricted to medically indigent, with an open-door policy of
                      no patient being refused service because of their inability to
                      pay or the severity of treatment. The County contributes to
                      the operational budget of the facility.
Senior Centers of     The Senior Centers of Spartanburg is a non-profit agency             $89,000
Spartanburg           whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for seniors
                      living in Spartanburg County. Activities are provided in seven
                      (7) locations throughout the county for persons 55 years and
                      older. The County contributes to the operational budget and
                      provides space at the Human Resource Center (Evans
                      Building) for administrative and program activities.

                      The FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget provides $89,000 for
                      annual operating costs.
Children’s Boarding   The Children’s Boarding Home provides clothing, medicine,            $20,000
Home                  school fees, and transportation for children in Foster
                      Care/Preventive Services. The County contributes to the
                      operational budget of the facility.
Big Brothers/Big      Big Brothers/Big Sisters provides services through their             $20,000
Sisters               variety of programs throughout Spartanburg County. The
                      county contributes to the operational budget of the facility.
Safe Homes/Rape       The Safe Homes/Rape Crisis Network provides temporary,               $25,000
Crisis Network        emergency shelter to abused persons and their children. The
                      County contributes to the operational budget of the facility.
Spartanburg           The Spartanburg Children’s Shelter provides non-federal              $25,000
Children’s Shelter    portion of operating expenses for childcare through the
                      Department of Social Services.
Children’s            The Children’s Advocacy Center provides advocacy services            $45,000
Advocacy Center       for abused children.       The County contributes to the
                      operational budget of the facility.
Transportation        The Transportation Services Bureau links the transit                 $48,500
Services Bureau       dependent population to needed services through
                      consolidation of existing transport entities and extension of
                      services to the general public through Dial-A-Ride
                      arrangements. Funding is received from the Federal Transit
                      Authority, and this cost center represents the required local
                      match.
TOTAL, OUTSIDE                                                                          $1,113,943
AGENCIES



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                                      FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                           RECREATION
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                  $8,393,991

          Hospitality Tax
              31%




                                                                                                               Parks and 
                                                                                                               Recreation 
                                                                                                              Comm. Fund
                                                                                                                  69%




                                                  RECREATION SUMMARY
                                           DEPT      FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08      FY 08/09          FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      NO.      ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL       BUDGET            BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                  3,726,364        53,376             0             0                 0
 22 Parks & Rec Commission Fund                            0     3,990,718     4,144,713     5,275,873         5,788,991      513,118
 23 Hospitality Tax Fund                                   0             0        30,600     2,402,000         2,605,000      203,000
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                            $3,726,364    $4,044,094    $4,175,313    $7,677,873        $8,393,991     $716,118

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    P & R - General Fund Only           XXXX    3,726,364        53,376             0             0    $          -              0
 22    P & R - Special Projects            9201            0       306,513             0             0    $          -              0
 22    P & R - Administration              9210            0       370,608       449,157       824,811    $    1,191,232      366,421
 22    P & R - Maintenance                 9211            0       858,258     1,053,416     1,369,050    $    1,464,031       94,981
 22    P & R - County Recreation Centers   9215            0       826,702       819,387       988,319    $    1,064,567       76,248
 22    P & R - Athletics                   9217            0       269,456       313,970       362,204    $      398,189       35,985
 22    P & R - DSS Summer Lunch Program    9219            0        31,846             0             0    $       36,000            0
 22    P & R - Soccer Complex              9220            0        50,872        49,541        70,617    $       64,453       (6,164)
 22    P & R - Cleveland Park              9221            0       530,386       590,433       615,265    $      641,365       26,100
 22    P & R - Capital Projects            9222            0             0                     270,700    $      416,841      146,141
 22    P & R - Recreation Projects         9230            0        79,195       186,547        89,655    $       89,624          (31)
 22    P & R - Transfers                   9999            0       666,882       682,260       685,252    $      422,689     (262,563)
 23    Hospitality Tax                                     0             0        30,600     2,402,000    $    2,605,000      203,000
                                                  $3,726,364    $4,044,095    $4,175,313    $7,677,873        $8,393,991     $716,118

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                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  Recreation Percentage of Total County
                 Budget
               $8,393,991

                                  Transfers/Other   County Leadership        Tax Collection
                                         4.5%             0.8%                   3.7%
                           Quality of Life
             Education        8.4%
               3.7%                                                                                 Public Safety
                                                                                                      30.2%
  Recreation
    5.7%



  Health &
  Human
  Services
   9.0%




  Comm & Econ Dev.
       1.4%
                                                                                         Judicial
                                                    Public Works                          8.6%
     Operational Support      Planning and Land Use
            9.2%                                      13.0%
                                      1.8%




                         TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                            FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET
County Leadership           $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection              $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety              $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                   $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works               $19,324,179

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                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



            Authorized Recreation Personnel
                       Summary
                                       P&R Recreations Projects
                                                  1
                                                                      Local Hospitality    P&R Administration
                                                 1%
                                                                              2                   6
                                                                             2%                  6%


        P&R Soccer Complex
                 2
                2%                         P&R Cleveland Park
                                                   15
         P&R Athletics                            15%
              5
             5%
                                                                                                   P&R Maintenance
                                                                                                         33
                                                                                                        33%


                                                  P&R County Recreation 
                                                        Centers
                                                           35
                                                          36%




                                              RECREATION PERSONNEL SUMMARY
                                                DEPT            FY 05/06        FY 06/07      FY 07/08          FY 08/09    FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                           NO.            ACTUAL          ACTUAL        BUDGET            BUDGET     BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                                    79               0             0                 0           0              0
 22 Parks & Rec Commission Fund                                       0              92            95                98          97             (1)
 23 Local Hospitality Tax Fund                                        0               0             0                 2           2              0
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                               79              92            95               100          99             (1)

FUND   DEPARTMENT
  1    P & R - General Fund Only                XXXX                 79                0             0                0           0             0
 22    P & R - Special Projects                 9201                                   0             0                0           0             0
 22    P & R - Administration                   9210                                   5             5                6           6             0
 22    P & R - Maintenance                      9211                                  30            33               34          33            (1)
 22    P & R - County Recreation Centers        9215                                  35            35               35          35             0
 22    P & R - Athletics                        9217                                   4             4                5           5             0
 22    P & R - DSS Summer Lunch Program         9219                                   0             0                0           0             0
 22    P & R - Soccer Complex                   9220                                   2             2                2           2             0
 22    P & R - Cleveland Park                   9221                                  15            15               15          15             0
 22    P & R - Recreation Projects              9230                                   1             1                1           1             0
 22    P & R - Transfers                        9999                                   0             0                0           0             0
 23    Local Hospitality Tax                                                           0             0                2           2             0
                                                                     79               92            95              100          99            (1)


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             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                      PARKS AND RECREATION
                       COMMISSION SUMMARY
      PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
                                        Mission
 Practicing responsible stewardship, we will strive to enhance the lives of Spartanburg
    County citizens by providing leisure opportunities that promote healthy lifestyle
     choices, a sense of community, and an appreciation for our natural resources.


                                              P & R ‐ Special                         P & R ‐
                                                 Projects                         Administration
                                                     $‐                             $1,191,232 
                                                    0%                                 14%

                            Hospitality Tax
                             $2,605,000                                                 P & R ‐
                                31%                                                   Maintenance
                                                                                      $1,464,031 
                                                                                          17%




  P & R ‐                                                                                           P & R ‐
 Transfers                                                                                         County 
 $422,689                                                                                         Recreation 
    5%                                                                                             Centers
   P & R ‐                                                                                       $1,064,567 
             P & R ‐                                                                 P & R ‐ DSS 
 Recreation                                                                                          13%
             Capital  P & R ‐ Cleveland         P & R ‐ Soccer            P & R ‐  Summer Lunch 
  Projects
           Projects          Park                 Complex                Athletics    Program
  $89,624 
           $416,841       $641,365                 $64,453               $398,189      $36,000 
     1%
               5%             8%                     1%                     5%           0%




FUND NUMBER: 22                                       PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION SUMMARY
                                  DEPT.   FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
EXPENDITURES                        NO.   ACTUAL       BUDGET        ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09    FY 10 - 09
Administration                    9210            0     370,608      449,157      824,811     1,191,232    366,421        44.4%
Maintenance                       9211            0     858,258     1,053,416    1,369,050    1,464,031     94,981          6.9%
County Recreation Centers         9215            0     826,702     1,223,814     988,319     1,064,567     76,248          7.7%
Athletics                         9217            0     269,456      313,970      362,204      398,189      35,985          9.9%
DSS Summer Lunch                  9219            0           0            0            0       36,000
Soccer Complex                    9220            0      50,872       48,496       70,617       64,453       (6,164)       -8.7%
Cleveland Park                    9221            0     530,386      590,433      615,265      641,365      26,100          4.2%
Capital Projects                  9222            0           0      183,630      270,700      416,841     146,141        54.0%
Recreation Projects               9230            0      79,195      186,547       89,655       89,624          (31)        0.0%
Transfers/Other                   9999            0           0      682,260      914,982      422,689     (492,293)      -53.8%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                $0   $2,985,478   $4,731,723   $5,505,603   $5,788,991   $283,388          5.1%


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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                  PARKS AND RECREATION
                     ADMINISTRATION
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
Through coordinated efforts with other public and nonprofit organizations, the Administrative Division
supports the activities of the various department divisions in the marketing and providing of recreation
opportunities through a system of facilities and programs for all age groups and interests in
Spartanburg County.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9210                              PARKS AND RECREATION - ADMINISTRATION
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0       370,608      449,157      824,811    1,191,232     366,421

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0       283,168      285,033      695,561       462,797   (232,764)
Operating Expenditures                       0        36,339       63,248       96,750       288,835    192,085
Capital Outlay                               0        51,101       43,607       32,500       100,000     67,500
Other Expenditures                           0             0       57,269            0       339,600    339,600
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0      $370,608     $449,157     $824,811    $1,191,232   $366,421

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0             4            5            6            6            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures decrease from FY 2008/09 due to the allocation of class and
      compensation expenditures to individual Parks and Recreation Commission departments.
      Expenditures associated with the class and compensation study were budgeted entirely in
      Parks and Recreation Administration in FY 2008/09
   • Recommended Operating Expenditures include $125,000 increase in software development
      associated with the Parks Information Technology Infrastructure Project in the FY 2010-14
      Capital Improvement Plan. .
   • Recommended Capital Outlay Expenditures include $100,000 for computer equipment
      associated with the Parks Information Technology Infrastructure Project in the FY 2010-14
      Capital Improvement Plan.
   • Indirect Costs for administrative services provided by the general fund are budgeted at
      $339,600. The cost was budgeted as a transfer to general fund in FY 2008/09.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                  PARKS AND RECREATION
                      MAINTENANCE
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Recreation Park Maintenance Department maintains all park facilities in a safe and professional
manner in order to support quality recreation programs.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9211                              PARKS AND RECREATION - MAINTENANCE
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0      858,258    1,053,416    1,369,050    1,464,031      94,981

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0      619,688       727,220    1,003,920    1,090,171     86,251
Operating Expenditures                       0      232,201       275,221      335,230      343,960      8,730
Capital Outlay                               0        6,369        50,975       29,900       29,900          0
Other Expenditures                           0            0             0            0            0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $858,258    $1,053,416   $1,369,050   $1,464,031    $94,981

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0           30           33           34           33           (1)




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 due to the disbursement of
      expenditures associated with the class and compensation study. In FY 2008/09, these
      expenditures were budgeted in the Parks and Recreation Administration department.
Ongoing Initiatives
   • Supervise maintenance of parks, sports fields, grounds, and facilities.
   • Ensure customer satisfaction on appearance and cleanliness of sports fields, parks, grounds
      and facilities.




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     PARKS AND RECREATION COUNTY
         RECREATION CENTERS
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Recreation Commission operates five recreation centers in the County of Spartanburg.
Professional staff provides instructional and recreational opportunities for individuals of all ages through
the use of recreation, park facilities and partnering organizations. County recreation centers provide
programs in partnership with local businesses, area schools, civic organizations, churches, hospitals,
non-profit service agencies and local government agencies. T.W. Edwards Recreation Center in
Pacolet is a host site for a Spartanburg County Senior Center. The County recreation centers also plan
and implement seasonal special events and summer playground programs.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9215                   PARKS AND RECREATION - COUNTY RECREATION CENTERS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0      826,702      819,387      988,319    1,064,567      76,248

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                     715,839      673,310      809,034       885,351     76,317
Operating Expenditures                              110,863      136,784      151,785       151,716        (69)
Capital Outlay                                            0        9,293       27,500        27,500          0
Other Expenditures                                        0            0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $826,702     $819,387     $988,319    $1,064,567    $76,248

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0           35           35           35           35            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 due to the disbursement of
      expenditures associated with the class and compensation study. In FY 2008/09, these
      expenditures were budgeted in the Parks and Recreation Administration department.

Programs and Services

 Program/Service             Description
 Instructional Classes       Examples include: Piano Performers, Shag, Line Dance, Tap and Jazz Dance,
                             Beginner Spanish, Beginner German, Flower Arranging, Calligraphy, Stained
                             Glass, Basic Digital Camera Operation, Financial Investment Workshops,
                             Computer Classes, Subject Specific Tutorial Classes, CPR/First Aid Classes,
                             Babysitting Classes, Karate, Adult Fitness Classes, Senior Fitness Classes,
                             Start Smart Sports Programs, Indoor Soccer, Youth Basketball Leagues, Golf,
                             and Sports Camps.
 Special Events              Tame The Tyger River Race, Easter Egg Hunts, Fun Runs, Woodruff Sports
                             Day, Fall Festivals, Daddy-Daughter Dances, Youth Dances, and Soap Box
                             Derby; support services for other events including the Indian Summer Festival
                             in Pacolet, Landrum Biannual Quilt Show, American Cancer Society’s Ache
                             Around the Lake (Lake Lanier).


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(PARKS AND REC – COUNTY RECREATION CENTERS)

After School Youth   Ten programs: Landrum Recreation Center, New Prospect Elementary School,
Program (AYC)        Campobello-Gramling Elementary School, Inman Recreation Center, Holly
                     Springs-Motlow Elementary School, T.W. Edwards Recreation Center
                     (Pacolet), Woodruff Leisure Center, Middle Tyger Recreation Center (both
                     Duncan Elementary & D.R. Hill Middle School AYC held here), and Beech
                     Springs Intermediate School.
Summer Playground    Four sites are staffed: Montgomery Chapel Baptist Church (Pacolet), Mt.
Program              Calvery Baptist Church (Cowpens), Aldersgate Methodist Church (Inman), and
                     New Faith Church (Wellford).
Rentals              Gyms, classrooms, and ball fields




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 PARKS AND RECREATION ATHLETICS
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Athletic Division is responsible for programming and facilitating the County’s youth organizations,
special events, and various athletic leagues.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9217                               PARKS AND RECREATION - ATHLETICS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0      269,456      313,970      362,204      398,189      35,985

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                     102,215      107,725      160,219      185,352      25,133
Operating Expenditures                              157,241      191,245      201,985      212,837      10,852
Capital Outlay                                       10,000       15,000            0            0           0
Other Expenditures                                        0            0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $269,456     $313,970     $362,204     $398,189     $35,985

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            4            4            5            5            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 due to the disbursement of
      expenditures associated with the class and compensation study. In FY 2008/09, these
      expenditures were budgeted in the Parks and Recreation Administration department.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Coordinate athletic leagues and tournaments;
  • Schedule participation on 45 ball fields & 23 soccer fields;
  • Develop and manage annual athletic budget;
  • Provide NYSCA training for all volunteer youth coaches; and
  • Assist the special population organizations of Spartanburg County.




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           PARKS AND RECREATION DSS
            SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM
    PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The DSS Summer Lunch Program is a grant funded department that is received annually by the Parks
and Recreation Commission Fund. This program provides free lunch for children in need at multiple
facilities throughout the county for a nine (9) week period throughout the summer.

DEPT NUMBER 22-9219                        PARKS AND RECREATION - DSS SUMMER LUNCH
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0            0            0            0       36,000      36,000

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures             0            0            0            0                         0
Operating Expenditures                      0            0            0            0        36,000      36,000
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0            0                         0
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0                         0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0           $0           $0           $0       $36,000    $36,000

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Operating expenditures are budgeted at $36,000 for FY 2009/10. The DSS summer lunch
      department is being budgeted for the first time in FY 2009/10.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Identify locations for administration of the DSS summer lunch program.
  • Apply for the DSS summer lunch program grant.
  • Establish nutritional menu, approved by DSS, for the program
  • Identify vendor(s) for operational supplies related to the grant
  • Purchase supplies and provide meals to children in need




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     PARKS AND RECREATION SOCCER
               COMPLEX
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Recreation Soccer Complex Division provides for the maintenance and safe operation of
approximately seventeen (17) acres of developed property, including eight (8) to ten (10) soccer fields
with common areas for both practice and game play, two-hundred seventy eight (278) parking spaces
and a maintenance building.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9220                             PARKS AND RECREATION - SOCCER COMPLEX
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0        50,872       49,541       70,617       64,453       (6,164)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                          904        1,046        7,817         7,664       (153)
Operating Expenditures                                49,969       48,496       62,800        56,789     (6,011)
Capital Outlay                                             0            0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                                         0            0            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0       $50,872      $49,541      $70,617       $64,453    ($6,164)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0             2            2            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the County Soccer Complex FY 2009/10 Recommended
      Budget.

Division Functions

 Function                  Description
 Sport Turf Mowing         Mow fifteen (15) acres of turf/hybrid Bermuda grass during mowing season, and
                           an additional five (5) acres of open space at the Old Canaan Road Soccer
                           Complex.
 Facility                  Repair and conduct general maintenance of the soccer complex to include
 Maintenance               irrigation and general building maintenance repairs.
 Sports Turf               Perform aeration, fertilization, spraying (herbicides), soding and overseeding
 Maintenance               during active growing season.
 Litter/Restroom           Perform litter pickup and restroom cleaning during practice and games.
 Cleaning




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



PARKS AND RECREATION CLEVELAND
             PARK
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
Cleveland Park offers the finest in meeting and banquet facilities, and leisure amenities, to improve the
quality of life in Spartanburg County. Included in the park are an event center with meeting rooms, an
island gazebo, a lakeside amphitheater, miniature train, playground, walking trails and picnic shelters.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9221                             PARKS AND RECREATION - CLEVELAND PARK
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0      530,386      590,433      615,265      641,365      26,100

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                      359,043     383,526      421,895      463,255      41,360
Operating Expenditures                               160,453     206,113      176,370      178,110       1,740
Capital Outlay                                        10,890         795       17,000            0     (17,000)
Other Expenditures                                         0           0            0            0           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0      $530,386    $590,433     $615,265     $641,365     $26,100

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0           15           15           15           15            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Personnel Services Expenditures increase from FY 2008/09 due to the disbursement of
      expenditures associated with the class and compensation study. In FY 2008/09, these
      expenditures were budgeted in the Parks and Recreation Administration department.
   • Capital Outlay decreases by $17,000 from FY 2008/09. Expenditures in FY 2008/09 were one-
      time expenditures for audio/visual equipment and computer equipment. No expenditures are
      needed for FY 2009/10.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Implement a fee policy to insure site is financially self-sufficient;
  • Assist customers with rental facility needs and event planning;
  • Maintain the beauty and safety of the park;
  • Coordinate special events for all ages;
  • Increase awareness of the park through advertisement and marketing; and
  • Secure sponsors for special events and programs.




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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



     PARKS AND RECREATION CAPITAL
              PROJECTS
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Capital Projects cost center was established in FY 2008/09 and accounts for expenditures related
to Parks and Recreation Commission capital projects. In FY 2008/09, the Parks and Recreation
Commission Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement Project was housed in this cost center. In
FY 2009/10 and future years, additional Parks and Recreation Commission capital projects will be
budgeted in this cost center.

DEPT NUMBER 22-9222                          PARKS AND RECREATION - CAPITAL PROJECTS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0            0            0      270,700      416,841     146,141

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures             0            0            0            0            0            0
Operating Expenditures                      0            0            0            0            0            0
Capital Outlay                              0            0            0      270,700      416,841      146,141
Other Expenditures                          0            0            0            0            0            0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0           $0           $0     $270,700     $416,841    $146,141

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Capital Outlay increases $146,141 from FY 2008/09. A summary of Capital Projects funded
      from Parks and Recreation current revenues can be found in the Recommended FY 2010-14
      Capital Improvement plan at www.spartanburgcounty.org.

Ongoing Initiatives
  • Provide for the timely replacement of Parks and Recreation Commission vehicles and
      equipment.
  • Account for new or on-going Parks and Recreation Commission capital projects.




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  PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
The Division of Recreation Projects provides planning, design specifications, budget forecasting and
project management for the entire parks and recreation department as well as special projects and
pursuit of grant funding.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9230                       PARKS AND RECREATION - RECREATION PROJECTS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0       79,195      186,547       89,655       89,624          (31)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures                      77,897       83,657       86,085        85,989        (96)
Operating Expenditures                                1,298        2,230        3,570         3,635         65
Capital Outlay                                            0            0            0             0          0
Other Expenditures                                        0      100,659            0             0          0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0      $79,195     $186,547      $89,655       $89,624       ($31)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            1            1            1            1            0




FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes in the Recreation Projects FY 2009/10 Recommended Budget.

Division Functions

 Function                  Description
 Capital Project           Forecast financial and timeline requirements for capital projects.
 Planning
 Construction /            Oversee the daily progression of projects and facilitate communication along
 Administration            with providing direction to all parties involved.
 Financial / Grant         Provide oversight of fiscal affairs for multiple projects and budgetary
 Management                appropriations, acquisition and administration of grant funds.
 Facility / Project        Provide conceptual design plans, land-use plans and specific construction
 Design Plans              design details.
 Administrative            Develop and maintain project files. Provide reports, maps and surveys to
 Support                   Director. Assists Director by maintaining project communication lines with
                           citizens, vendors, staff and public officials.
 Divisional Project        Provide cost estimates, design plans, specs, bid documents and follow through
 Support                   on projects and purchases.




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PARKS AND RECREATION TRANSFERS
     PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION FUND
This department accounts for transfers to the General Fund for administrative support, the Debt Service
Fund, and the Capital Improvement Plan for vehicle and capital equipment replacement.

DEPT NUMBER: 22-9999                              PARKS AND RECREATION - TRANSFERS
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Parks and Recreation Comm. Fund              0      666,882      682,260      685,252      422,689     (262,563)

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0            0            0            0            0
Operating Expenditures                       0            0            0            0            0            0
Capital Outlay                               0            0            0            0            0            0
Other Expenditures                           0      666,882      682,260      685,252      422,689     (262,563)
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0     $666,882     $682,260     $685,252     $422,689    ($262,563)

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                                                                                          0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 Recommended Transfers include:
          o A transfer to the Debt Service Fund of $422,689 to account for the Parks and Recreation
             Commission share of County Debt Service.
   • Transfer to General Fund is budgeted at $0, a decrease of $355,000 from FY 2008/09. The
      expenditure associated with indirect costs for administrative services provided by the General
      Fund are now captured in the Parks and Recreation Administration department.




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                               HOSPITALITY TAX
                              HOSPITALITY TAX FUND
Spartanburg County’s 2% Local Hospitality Tax on prepared meals and beverages became effective
January 1, 2008. Business owners collect and remit the tax directly to Spartanburg County. The Local
Hospitality Tax provides a dedicated source of revenue and an appropriate and efficient means of
funding tourist-related infrastructure and capital improvement projects. It is the Council’s intent to
enhance the County’s appeal to tourists through further development of the County as a destination for
tourist related activities. Spartanburg County’s Local Hospitality Tax became effective January 1, 2008,
adopted by ordinance as authorized in Article 7 of Chapter 1 of Title 6 of the Code of Laws of South
Carolina, 1976, as amended, generally referred to as the “Local Hospitality Tax Act”.

 FUND NUMBER: 23                                               HOSPITALITY TAX FUND
                                      FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07    FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
 FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL        ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

 Hospitality Tax                              0            0        30,600    2,402,000    2,605,000     203,000

 EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0        22,255        77,943       85,070      7,127
 Operating Expenditures                       0            0         2,457        17,000       17,000          0
 Capital Outlay                               0            0         2,395         1,000            0     (1,000)
 Other Expenditures                           0            0         3,494     2,306,057    2,502,930    196,873
 EXPENDITURE TOTAL                           $0           $0       $30,600    $2,402,000   $2,605,000   $203,000

 AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0             0            2            2            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Other Expenditures increase $196,873 from FY 2008/09, increasing the amount reserved for
      future capital expenditures.




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                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
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                                          EDUCATION
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                              $5,490,000


                                                   Spartanburg 
                                                  Comm. College 
                                                      Fund
                                                   $5,490,000
                                                      100%




                                              EDUCATION SUMMARY
                                       DEPT      FY 05/06      FY 06/07      FY 07/08      FY 08/09       FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                  NO.      ACTUAL        ACTUAL        ACTUAL       BUDGET         BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
 60 Spartanburg Comm. College Fund             3,553,600     3,553,600     4,614,253     5,158,170      5,490,000       331,830
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                        $3,553,600    $3,553,600    $4,614,253    $5,158,170     $5,490,000     $331,830

FUND DEPARTMENT
 60 Spartanburg Comm. College Fund             3,553,600     3,553,600     4,614,253     5,158,170 $    5,490,000      331,830
                                              $3,553,600    $3,553,600    $4,614,253    $5,158,170     $5,490,000     $331,830




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                  Education
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $5,490,000
                                    Transfers/Other    County Leadership            Tax Collection
                                           4.5%              0.8%                       3.7%
        Education            Quality of Life
          3.7%                  8.4%
                                                                                                           Public Safety
                                                                                                             30.2%


   Recreation
     5.7%


   Health &
   Human
   Services
    9.0%




  Comm & Econ Dev.
       1.4%
                                                                                                Judicial
                                                      Public Works                               8.6%
      Operational Support
                                Planning and Land Use   13.0%
             9.2%                       1.8%




                     TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                             FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10                              FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION               BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION             BUDGET
County Leadership            $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use      $2,848,447   Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection               $5,428,347   Operational Support       $13,627,043   Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety               $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.           $2,112,253   Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                    $12,724,896   Health & Human Services   $13,331,155   Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works                $19,324,179


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                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE
      SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUND
Spartanburg Community College is a comprehensive, public, suburban, two-year technical college
serving the citizens of the Upstate counties of Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee in South Carolina.
The college advances economic development of the region through programs that address emerging
and continuing employment needs in a rapidly changing global environment.

Spartanburg Community College provides accessible, affordable, equitable, state-of-the-art, post-
secondary education that effectively prepares students to enter, adapt to, or advance in technical or
service career fields. Students are provided pre-baccalaureate programs and courses that transfer to
other colleges and universities, while assisting students in achieving their professional and personal
goals.

FUND NUMBER: 60                                   SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

Spartanburg Comm. College Fund      3,553,600    3,553,600    4,614,253    5,158,170    5,490,000      331,830

EXPENDITURES
Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0            0            0                         0
Operating Expenditures                       0            0            0            0    4,940,000    4,940,000
Capital Outlay                               0            0            0            0      550,000      550,000
Other Expenditures                   3,553,600    3,553,600    4,614,253    5,158,170            0   (5,158,170)
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $3,553,600   $3,553,600   $4,614,253   $5,158,170   $5,490,000     $331,830

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        0            0            0            0            0             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Funding to the Spartanburg Community College is increased an estimated $331,830 (6%) from
      the prior fiscal year as a result of increasing the millage levy by the provisions of State Act 388.
   • The Smart jobs program was developed in 2004 using funding by the Spartanburg County
      Council. The purpose of the program is to provide job skills training for Spartanburg County
      citizens who have lost their jobs because of plant closings. These citizens need some basic
      training to qualify for new careers with local companies and are not eligible for financial
      assistance and do not have money to pay tuition.
   • To date, 1,400, citizens have enrolled in the basic program including a Job Readiness
      Workshop to prepare for job interviews. Nearly 800 citizens have entered Smart Jobs training
      programs, are continuing their skills training at Spartanburg Community College, or have been
      placed in a job.
   • This year the program experienced a significant increase in unemployed citizens seeking help
      finding employment. We have also experienced an increase in employers looking for
      employees with specific skill sets. Smart jobs has responded to the need by increasing training
      opportunities for citizens wishing to be employed.




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                    QUALITY OF LIFE
  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                             $12,393,286
                    Accommodations 
                                                                                                    Outside Agencies
                        Tax ‐ 2%
                                                                                                       $266,150 
                        $442,000 
                                                                                                          2%
                          4%




                                                                     County Public 
                                                                     Library Fund
                                                                      $11,685,136 
                                                                         94%




                                                 QUALITY OF LIFE
                                      DEPT       FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09        FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC
FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                 NO.       ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET          BUDGET       FY 10 - 09
  1  General Fund                                265,280        265,280        265,280        312,150         266,150       (46,000)
  9  Special Revenue Fund                        439,556        420,000        384,750        445,000         442,000        (3,000)
 66 County Public Library Fund                10,403,473     10,574,396     11,624,524     11,285,765      11,685,136       399,371
TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                       $11,108,309    $11,259,676    $12,274,554    $12,042,915     $12,393,286     $350,371

FUND   DEPARTMENT
 66    County Public Library Fund             10,403,473     10,574,396     11,624,524     11,285,765 $    11,685,136      399,371
  9    Accommodations Tax - 2%                   439,556        420,000        429,750        445,000 $       442,000       (3,000)
  1    Outside Agencies                          265,280        265,280        265,280        266,150 $       266,150            0
                                             $11,108,309    $11,259,676    $12,319,554    $11,996,915     $12,393,286     $396,371




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



               Quality of Life
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $12,393,286
               Quality of Lif e      Transfers/Other   County Leadership   Tax Collection
                   8.4%                   4.5%               0.8%              3.7%


              Education                                                                           Public Safety
                3.7%                                                                                30.2%

     Recreation
       5.7%


   Health &
   Human
   Services
    9.0%




   Comm & Econ Dev.
        1.4%
                                                                                       Judicial
                                                        Public Works                    8.6%
      Operational Support
                                  Planning and Land Use   13.0%
             9.2%                         1.8%




                          TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                             FY 2009/10                            FY 2009/10                            FY 2009/10
CATEGORY/FUNCTION               BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION           BUDGET CATEGORY/FUNCTION              BUDGET
County Leadership            $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use    $2,848,447 Recreation                 $8,393,991
Tax Collection               $5,428,347   Operational Support     $13,627,043 Education                  $5,490,000
Public Safety               $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.         $2,112,253 Quality of Life           $12,393,286
Judicial                    $12,724,896   Health & Human Services $13,331,155 Transfers/Other            $6,699,308
Public Works                $19,324,179


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                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  SPARTANBURG COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARIES
                     COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND
The Spartanburg County Public Libraries Fund provides public library services to all county residents by
operating 10 branch locations including Headquarters, the Law Library and a bookmobile.

It is the goal of the Spartanburg County Library system to enrich the community by assisting pre-
schools and providing a reference library, centers for independent learning, popular materials,
community information, and formal education support.

FUND NUMBER: 66                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM
                                FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                 ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

County Library System Fund      10,403,473   10,574,396   11,624,524   11,285,765   11,685,136    399,371

EXPENDITURES
                                                                                                        0
Total Expenditures              10,403,473   10,574,396   11,624,524   11,285,765   11,685,136    399,371
                                                                                                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL              $10,403,473 $10,574,396 $11,624,524 $11,285,765 $11,685,136       $399,371

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                    0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • There are no significant changes.




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



              ACCOMMODATIONS TAX – 2%
                             SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
By a 1984 Act of the General Assembly, a two percent (2%) tax is imposed on all accommodations in
the State of South Carolina. These monies are collected by the state and then distributed to all
counties and municipalities. The proceeds must be spent for tourism promotion and tourism related
expenditures. Tourism projects and promotions are reviewed by an Accommodations Tax (ATAX)
Advisory Committee.

State law provides that:
   • The first $25,000 must be allocated to the county’s General Fund for General Fund purposes;
   • Five percent (5%) of the balance must also be allocated to the county’s General Fund;
   • Thirty percent (30%) of the balance must be allocated for the purpose of advertising and
        promotion of tourism (the Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce receives these funds): and
   • The remaining balance must be used for tourism related expended (noted as tourism projects
        and promotions).

Spartanburg County collects this Accommodations Tax countywide except for businesses providing
accommodations within the corporate limits of the City of Spartanburg.

FUND NUMBER: 9                                          ACCOMMODATIONS TAX - 2%
                                     FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                      ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

Special Revenue Fund                   439,556      420,000      384,750      445,000      442,000       (3,000)

EXPENDITURES
Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce        117,118      118,500      121,500      126,000      135,600       9,600
Wofford College - Football Stadium      50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000            0     (50,000)
Tourism Promotions and Projects        227,918      206,750      213,250      223,000      260,400      37,400
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                     $395,036     $375,250     $384,750     $399,000     $396,000     ($3,000)

General Fund Portion                    44,520       44,750       45,000       46,000       46,000            0



TOTAL EXP. & TRANSFERS                 439,556      420,000      429,750      445,000      442,000       (3,000)



AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                         0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 Tourism Promotions and Projects funding is based on anticipated Accommodations
      Tax Collections in FY 2008/09.




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                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


(ACCOMMODATIONS TAX CONTINUED)

              FY 2009-10 SPARTANBURG COUNTY
         ACCOMMODATIONS TAX (ATAX) ADVISORY BOARD
                     RECOMMENDATIONS




                    To be provided at a later date.




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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                           OUTSIDE AGENCIES
FUND NUMBER: 1                                    OUTSIDE AGENCY CONTRIBUTIONS
                                  FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

General Fund                        265,280      265,280      265,280      266,150      266,150            0

EXPENDITURES
Arts Partnership (9673)              226,130     226,130      226,130      227,000      227,000           0
County Regional Museum (9670)         39,150      39,150       39,150       39,150       39,150           0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                   $265,280    $265,280     $265,280     $266,150     $266,150          $0

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0            0



Outside Agency Programs and Services

 Program or Service        Description                                                              FY 2009/10
                                                                                                       Budget
 Arts Partnership of       The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg, a successor to                $227,000
 Greater                   the Arts Council of Spartanburg was a result of a county-wide
 Spartanburg               cultural plan advancing culture by promoting arts in
                           education, and increased availability, awareness, and
                           accessibility to the arts, sciences, and humanities throughout
                           the County.        Spartanburg County contributes to the
                           operational budget of this agency.
 Spartanburg County        The Spartanburg County Regional Museum fosters education                     $39,150
 Regional Museum           of the citizens and visitors of Spartanburg County on the
                           history of this region. The museum is managed by The
                           Spartanburg County Historical Association.        Spartanburg
                           County contributes to the operational budget of the museum.
 TOTAL, OUTSIDE                                                                                        $266,150
 AGENCY
 CONTRIBUTIONS




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                   TRANSFERS/OTHER
 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET
                                                       $6,699,308
                                                                                                  County 
                                                                                              Administrator's 
                                                                                             Grants,  $250,000 , 
                                                                                                     4%
                                                                                                               Capital Projects 
                                                                           Transfers,                           Reserve Fund,  
                                                                         $740,602 , 11%                         $126,026 , 2%




                                        Debt Service Fund,  
                                         $5,582,680 , 83%




                                                          TRANSFERS - OTHER
                                                DEPT        FY 05/06       FY 06/07       FY 07/08       FY 08/09          FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC
 FUND FUNDING SOURCE(S)                          NO.        ACTUAL         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        BUDGET            BUDGET         FY 10 - 09
   1  General Fund                                        1,002,922      3,848,391      1,685,257      1,635,060           740,602        (894,458)
   9  Special Revenue Fund                                        0              0              0        250,000           250,000               0
  18 Capital Projects Reserve Fund                                0              0      3,200,750        607,000           126,026        (480,974)
  28 Jail Maintenance Fund                                        0        217,949        418,250                                0               0
  70 Debt Service                                        19,696,388      6,615,874      7,583,848      7,930,633         5,582,680     (2,347,953)
 TOTAL, FUNDING SOURCES                                 $20,699,310    $10,682,214    $12,888,106    $10,422,693        $6,699,308    ($3,723,385)

 FUND   DEPARTMENT
   1    Transfers                               9999      1,002,922      3,848,391      1,685,257      1,635,060    $      740,602       (894,458)
   9    County Administrator's Grants                             0              0              0        250,000    $      250,000              0
  18    Capital Projects Reserve Fund                             0              0      3,299,466        607,000    $      126,026       (480,974)
  28    Jail Maintenance Fund                                     0        217,949        418,250              0    $          -                0
  70    Debt Service Fund                                19,696,388      6,615,874      7,583,848      7,930,633    $    5,582,680     (2,347,953)
                                                        $20,699,310    $10,682,214    $12,986,822    $10,422,693        $6,699,308    ($3,723,385)




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                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



               Transfers/Other
      Percentage of Total County Budget
                 $6,699,308
                                     Transf ers/Other   County Leadership       Tax Collection
                                          4.5%                0.8%                  3.7%
                        Quality of Life
                           8.4%
            Education                                                                                  Public Safety
              3.7%                                                                                       30.2%


  Recreation
    5.7%


 Health &
 Human
 Services
  9.0%




Comm & Econ Dev.
     1.4%
                                                                                            Judicial
                                                          Public Works                       8.6%
   Operational Support           Planning and Land Use
          9.2%                                              13.0%
                                         1.8%




                            TOTAL FY 2009/10 ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET: $148,398,769
                                 FY 2009/10                            FY 2009/10                         FY 2009/10
  CATEGORY/FUNCTION                 BUDGET    CATEGORY/FUNCTION           BUDGET CATEGORY/FUNCTION           BUDGET
  County Leadership              $1,201,051   Planning and Land Use    $2,848,447 Recreation              $8,393,991
  Tax Collection                 $5,428,347   Operational Support     $13,627,043 Education               $5,490,000
  Public Safety                 $44,824,813   Comm & Econ Dev.         $2,112,253 Quality of Life        $12,393,286
  Judicial                      $12,724,896   Health & Human Services $13,331,155 Transfers/Other         $6,699,308
  Public Works                  $19,324,179



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                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                     TRANSFERS
Transfers between funds accounts for dollars transferred from General Fund to the Community and
Economic and Development Fund for county supported staff, as well as a General Fund transfer to the
Capital Projects Fund.

  DEPT NUMBER: 1-9999                                            TRANSFERS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  General Fund                      1,002,922    3,848,391    1,685,257    1,635,060      740,602     (894,458)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures            0            0            0            0           0            0
  Operating Expenditures                     0            0            0            0           0            0
  Capital Outlay                             0            0            0            0           0            0
  Other Expenditures                 1,002,922    3,848,391    1,685,257    1,635,060     740,602     (894,458)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                 $1,002,922   $3,848,391   $1,685,257   $1,635,060    $740,602    ($894,458)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 Recommended Transfers include:
          o A transfer to the Capital Improvement Plan in the amount of $490,002 for the following
             projects:
                     Detention Facility Repairs and Maintenance                         $150,000
                     Evan’s Building Improvements                                         $17,974
                     General Fund Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement             $322,028
          o A transfer of $215,000 to the Community and Economic Development for operational
             support.




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                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S GRANTS
                             SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
This department was created in FY 2008/09 to account for grants received countywide during FY
2008/09 previously not budgeted.

  FUND NUMBER: 9                                   COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S GRANTS
                                    FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                   ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

  Debt Service Fund                         0            0            0      250,000      250,000            0

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures                                                                           0
  Operating Expenditures                                                                                    0
  Capital Outlay                                                                                            0
  Other Expenditures                        0            0            0      250,000      250,000           0
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                        $0           $0           $0     $250,000     $250,000          $0

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                      0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • No additional grants were received in FY 2008/09.




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                                   FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



             CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE
                CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND
Several years ago, a portion of the funds received from the federal government for housing federal
prisoners were set aside by Council directive with the intention to use for future jail expansion. This
fund has been inactive for some time. Beginning in FY 2007/08, funds are to be transferred to the
Capital Projects Fund.

   DEPT NUMBER: 18                                    CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND
                                       FY 2005/06   FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08   FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10    INC/DEC
   FUNDING SOURCE(S)                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09

   Capital Projects Reserve Fund               0            0    3,299,466      607,000      126,026     (480,974)

   EXPENDITURES
   Personnel Services Expenditures             0            0             0           0            0            0
   Operating Expenditures                      0            0             0           0            0            0
   Capital Outlay                              0            0             0           0            0            0
   Other Expenditures                          0            0     3,299,466     607,000      126,026     (480,974)
   EXPENDITURE TOTAL                          $0           $0    $3,299,466    $607,000     $126,026    ($480,974)

   AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        0            0            0            0            0            0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • FY 2009/10 Recommended funding includes a $126,026 transfer to the Capital Improvement
      Plan for the following projects:
          o Server Environment Upgrade                                                 $94,000
          o Evans Building Improvements                                                $32,026




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                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                    DEBT SERVICE
                                    DEBT SERVICE FUND
The Debt Service Fund accounts for the accumulation of resources and payment of General Obligation
Bond and Capital Lease principal and interest.

  DEPT NUMBER: 70                                               DEBT SERVICE FUND
                                     FY 2005/06    FY 2006/07   FY 2007/08    FY 2008/09   FY 2009/10     INC/DEC
  FUNDING SOURCE(S)                    ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET       FY 10 - 09

  Debt Service Fund                  19,696,388    6,615,874     7,583,848    7,930,633    5,582,680    (2,347,953)

  EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures              0            0             0            0            0           0
  Operating Expenditures                       0            0             0            0            0           0
  Capital Outlay                               0            0             0            0            0           0
  Other Expenditures                  19,696,388    6,615,874     7,583,848    7,930,633    5,582,680 (2,347,953)
  EXPENDITURE TOTAL                  $19,696,388   $6,615,874    $7,583,848   $7,930,633   $5,582,680 ($2,347,953)

  AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL                        0            0             0            0            0             0



FY 2009/10 Budget Highlights & Initiatives
   • Additional details on the Debt Service Fund can be found on page R1.




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                                       GENERAL FUND
This fund is used to account for resources traditionally associated with government which are not
required legally or by sound financial management to be accounted for in another fund. The general
operations and maintenance activities for the county are accounted for in the General Fund.
Information on the General Fund can be found throughout the operating section of the FY 2009/10
Recommended Operating Budget.

FUND NUMBER: 1                                                               GENERAL FUND
                                             FY 05/06    FY 06/07      FY 07/08     FY 08/09      FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET       BUDGET          FY 10-09    FY 10-09
 Taxes                                     46,435,440   43,773,104   46,208,244 51,942,800      55,368,000     3,425,200        6.6%
 Permits, Fees, Fines                      12,701,327 12,506,840     11,830,315   14,363,550     9,238,500     (5,125,050)     -35.7%
 Interest Income                            2,283,721   3,049,111     1,527,540    2,400,000      430,000      (1,970,000)     -82.1%
 State and Federal Aid                     14,757,934 15,481,251     19,108,538   18,187,000    14,399,180     (3,787,820)     -20.8%
 Fund Balance Appropriated                          0           0            0      336,650     (2,250,000)    (2,586,650)    -768.3%
 Transfers/Capital Lease Proceeds             892,999   4,090,805     1,839,513     485,000       228,700       (256,300)      -52.8%
 Miscellaneous                              2,649,580    2,466,938    3,452,037    2,837,000     7,898,620     5,061,620      178.4%
REVENUE TOTAL                             $79,721,001 $81,368,049 $83,966,187 $90,552,000 85,313,000          ($5,239,000)      -5.8%


EXPENDITURES
 Total General Fund Expenditures           80,424,852   84,523,720   87,726,883   90,552,000 85,313,000        (5,239,000)      -5.8%
TOTAL, GENERAL FUND                       $80,424,852 $84,523,720 $87,726,883 $90,552,000 85,313,000          ($5,239,000)      -5.8%


AVAILABLE FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                    19,173,406   18,469,554   15,313,880   11,553,184 11,216,534
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                (703,852) (3,155,672) (3,760,696)      (336,650)    2,250,000
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                     $18,469,554 $15,313,880 $11,553,184 $11,216,534 13,466,534



         GENERAL FUND – FUND BALANCE ANALYSIS
Positive fund balances are considered to be available for future spending unless they have been reserved
for a specific spending purpose. The chart below reflects total General Fund Fund Balance after
encumbrances and projects carried forward into the new fiscal year are recognized. The dollar amounts on
the individual bars represent the undesignated and unreserved portion of the General Fund Fund Balance.

The FY 08 year-end fund balance, according to the Spartanburg County Comprehensive Annual Financial
Report (CAFR) was $11,553,18, including both designated and undesignated funds. The FY09 General
Fund Budget included using $336,650 for reserved equipment replacement dollars for new purchases.

For FY 10, approximately $322,028 will be unreserved and transferred to the Capital Projects Fund for the
replacement of Roads and Bridges equipment and vehicles, and other General Fund vehicles scheduled for
replacement. For FY10, it is recommended that a net contribution to fund balance be made in the amount of
$2,250,000. The fund balance is projected to be $13,731,834 with $ 4,092,967 designated/reserved and
$9,638,867 undesignated/unreserved. These undesignated/unreserved funds are considered to be
available for future use, offering financial flexibility and security.

County Council’s policy is to maintain ten percent (10%) of General Fund expenditures in its unreserved
fund balance. The size of the fund balance can affect its ability to withstand financial emergencies. For this
fiscal year the budget reflects contributions to the undesignated fund balance. Any excess revenues over
expenditures at the conclusion of the current fiscal year will be added. Much depends on the circumstances,
such as the kinds of natural disasters or hardships that the county may be subject to and the adequacy of its

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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


insurance coverage, the flexibility of the revenue base, the overall financial health, new state regulations,
and national economic conditions.




   $20,000,000 
   $18,000,000 
   $16,000,000 
   $14,000,000 
   $12,000,000 
   $10,000,000                                                                                                 $13,813,854 
     $8,000,000 
                   $9,638,867                          $11,201,476 
                                                                                                      $12,279,789 
     $6,000,000 
                            $7,138,867                           $9,211,699 
     $4,000,000                      $7,006,217                                     $7,743,288 
                                              $8,488,898                                     $7,894,865 
                                                                           $4,305,650 
     $2,000,000 
              $‐
                   FY 10     FY 09    FY 08    FY 07    FY 06     FY 05    FY 04     FY 03    FY 02    FY 01     FY 00
                    Bud       Est

                                                Undesignated          Designated




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                                        FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



        ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the fees collected for maintenance and improvement of transportation
infrastructure in Spartanburg County as well as to pay for the debt service obligations of any
outstanding bond indebtedness issued for county transportation infrastructure. Additional information
on the Road Maintenance Fee Fund budget can be found on page G-9.

FUND NUMBER: 2                                                      ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND DETAIL
                                                   FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                            ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET       FY 10-09     FY 10-09
 Road Maintenance Fees                             5,418,780    5,804,866    5,955,599    5,800,000   5,900,000    100,000         1.7%
 Fund Balance                                             0            0            0      275,548     982,452     706,904
 Miscellaneous                                            0       71,000       81,112            0      20,000      20,000
REVENUE TOTAL                                     $5,418,780   $5,875,866   $6,036,710   $6,075,548   6,902,452   $826,904        13.6%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                    204,497      246,423      250,248      311,848     324,452      12,604         4.0%
 Operating Expenditures (Incl. Asphalt Resurf.)    2,991,608    2,836,000    2,836,000    2,836,000   3,460,000    624,000        22.0%
 (a) Capital Expenditures                          1,216,712    2,562,000    2,241,593    2,927,700   2,864,000     (63,700)      -2.2%
 Other Expenditures                                       0            0       39,289            0     254,000     254,000
TOTAL, ROAD MAINT. FEE FUND                       $4,412,816   $5,644,423   $5,367,130   $6,075,548   6,902,452   $826,904        13.6%


AVAILABLE FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                              70,877     1,076,840    2,251,860    2,633,285   2,357,737
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     1,005,963     1,175,020     669,581     (275,548)   (982,452)
 Reserved for Encumbrances and Future Exp.                0            0     (288,156)           0           0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE (UNDESIGNATED) $1,076,840                2,251,860    2,633,285    2,357,737    1,375,285


(a) FY 2009/10 Road Maintenance Fee Capital Expenditures include: Double Branch Road Bridge Stabilization ($400,000);
Ezell Road Bridge Replacement ($1,020,000)); Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance ($325,000); Countywide
Dirt Road Resurfacing ($109,000); Municipal Road Projects ($775,000); Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement
($100,000); Runion Road Bridge Replacement ($110,000); Traffic Calming ($25,000).




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                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the county’s regulation of stormwater in compliance with provisions of
the South Carolina Pollution Control Act and the amended United States Clean Water Act. Information
on the Stormwater Management Fund budget can be found beginning on page G-19.

FUND NUMBER: 3                                                  STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND DETAIL
                                                 FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09    FY 10-09
 Taxes - Current                                  873,655      809,346      717,521      880,400      978,000      97,600       11.1%
 Homestead Exemptions                                   0            0       35,816            0       30,000      30,000
 Fee-in-Lieu of Taxes                                   0            0       47,522            0       40,000      40,000
 Delinquent Taxes - Current Year                        0            0       34,556       23,000       25,000       2,000        0.0%
 Delinquent Taxes - Prior Years                         0       82,938          924       23,000       25,000       2,000        0.0%
 Other                                                  0            0       52,817                    13,000      13,000
 Fund Balance                                           0            0            0     (404,845)    (302,777)    102,068       -25.2%
REVENUE TOTAL                                    $873,655     $892,284     $889,156     $521,555     $808,223    $286,668       55.0%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                   41,766      127,861      192,785      196,215      241,177      44,962       22.9%
 Operating Expenditures                           210,819      253,578      148,465      171,840      290,545     118,705       69.1%
 Capital Expenditures                              52,658      345,756      117,180        3,500        2,500       (1,000)     -28.6%
 Other Expenditures                                     0            0       21,882            0       34,000      34,000
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                $305,244     $727,195     $480,313     $371,555     $568,223    $196,667       52.9%


TRANSFERS
 (a) Transfer To Capital Projects Fund                 $0           $0     $281,766     $150,000     $240,000     $90,000       60.0%


EXP. AND TRANSFERS TOTAL                         $305,244     $727,195     $762,079     $521,555     $808,223    $286,667       55.0%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                           614,023     1,182,434    1,347,523    1,474,597    1,488,252
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     568,411      165,089      127,078      404,845      302,777
 Reserved for Encumbrances and Future Exp.              0            0           (4)           0            0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                           $1,182,434   $1,347,523   $1,474,597   $1,488,252   $1,791,029
(a) FY 2009/10 transfer to Capital Projects Fund includes: Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance ($100,000);
and Habitat Drainage Improvements ($140,000).




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                           SOLID WASTE FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the county’s landfill operations, trash collection costs for hauling,
maintaining county convenience stations throughout the county, environmental enforcement, and litter
control. Information on the Solid Waste Management Fund budget can be found beginning on page G-
11.

FUND NUMBER: 4                                                        SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND
                                                  FY 05/06     FY 06/07      FY 07/08    FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                          ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET      FY 10 - 09   FY 10 - 09
 Annual Fee - Landfill                           5,356,128     5,523,870    5,457,208    5,550,000    5,550,000           0         0.0%
 State Tire Disposal Fee                           108,650      106,050       116,330     108,000      110,000        2,000         1.9%
 User Fees                                         999,421     1,120,631    1,296,879    1,170,000    1,170,000           0         0.0%
 Contract Fees                                     276,194      304,925       189,706     250,000      200,000      (50,000)      -20.0%
 Sales-Salvage                                           0            0             0      90,000        10,000     (80,000)
 Sales-Recycling                                   445,600      499,087       645,759     560,000      650,000      90,000        16.1%
 Grant Revenue                                       4,672       29,882        14,547           0        20,000     20,000
 Use of Fund Balance                                     0            0     2,673,136    1,108,580   -1,131,892 (2,240,472)     -202.1%
 Miscellaneous                                      48,141       36,937       326,823           0        80,000     80,000
REVENUE TOTAL                                   $7,238,805    $7,621,380 $10,720,388    $8,836,580   $6,658,108 ($2,178,472)      -24.7%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                 2,746,936     2,868,056    2,903,253    3,267,080    3,415,148    148,068          4.5%
 Operating Expenditures                          1,947,171     1,685,977    2,296,929    1,890,550    1,684,809    (205,741)      -10.9%
 Capital Expenditures                            3,793,838     2,825,450      363,182    1,036,750    1,000,651     (36,099)       -3.5%
 (a) Transfer to Capital Projects Fund                   0            0     4,701,213    2,642,200     149,500 (2,492,700)        -94.3%
 Other Expenditures                                      0            0       455,811           0      408,000     408,000
EXPENDITURES TOTAL                              $8,487,945    $7,379,483 $10,720,388    $8,836,580   $6,658,108 ($2,178,472)      -24.7%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                          8,606,644     7,357,502    7,599,400    4,926,264    3,817,684
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                   (1,249,142)     241,898    (2,673,136) (1,108,580)   1,131,892
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                           $7,357,502    $7,599,400   $4,926,264   $3,817,684   $4,949,576
(a) FY 2009/10 transfer to Capital Projects Fund includes: Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement ($149,500).




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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



   ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION
              FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the operations of the Spartanburg County Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Commission (SADAC). The Commission is the primary service provider of alcohol and drug education,
prevention, intervention, and treatment services in Spartanburg County. Income is derived from fees
for services paid by individuals, businesses, industry, state, and federal grants. Information on the
SADAC budget can be found beginning on page K-7.

 FUND NUMBER: 7                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION (SADAC)
                                             FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
 REVENUES                                    ACTUAL        ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY10 - 09   FY 10 -09
  Alcohol Sales from State                    428,228      413,760      444,513      435,000      444,512        9,512        2.2%
  City Funds                                   70,746       56,966       56,153       53,919       64,597       10,678       19.8%
  Cash Carryover                                    0            0      195,502      402,986      462,712       59,726       14.8%
  Other                                     2,765,845     2,899,889    3,107,861    3,220,364    3,010,120    (210,244)      -6.5%
 REVENUE TOTAL                             $3,264,818    $3,370,615   $3,804,030   $4,112,269   $3,981,941   ($130,328)      -3.2%


 EXPENDITURES
  Personnel Services Expenditures           2,191,245     2,141,926   2,313,934     2,868,459   2,709,788     (158,671)      -5.5%
  Operating Expenditures                    1,198,561     1,181,779   1,377,518     1,572,902   1,570,020       (2,882)      -0.2%
  Capital Expenditures                         25,181       20,481        5,330       14,000       12,500       (1,500)     -10.7%
  Other Expenditures                         (226,999)    (247,974)     107,247     (343,092)    (310,367)      32,725       -9.5%
 TOTAL, SADAC                              $3,187,989    $3,096,212 $3,804,030     $4,112,269 $3,981,941     ($130,328)      -3.2%


 FUND BALANCE
  Beginning Fund Balance                    1,590,521     1,667,350   1,941,753     1,746,251    1,343,265
  Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                 76,829      274,403     (195,502)    (402,986)    (462,712)
 YEAR END FUND BALANCE                     $1,667,350    $1,941,753 $1,746,251     $1,343,265    $880,553




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                                          SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                        FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
             FUND DETAIL
This fund is used for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Grant.
Information on the Community and Economic Development Fund budget can be found beginning on
page J-4.
FUND NUMBER: 14                                                COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                                                FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                         ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09    FY 10-09
 Community Dev. Block Grant - Federal           1,142,426    1,519,399    1,256,465    1,282,765    1,218,627     (64,138)       -5.0%
 HUD - Home - Federal                            128,609       48,195      462,056      522,354      492,425      (29,929)       -5.7%
 Supportive Housing Program                      271,724      154,444        3,125            0            0            0    #DIV/0!
 Other                                           122,242        6,777            0            0            0            0        0.0%
 Cash Carryover                                        0            0            0       49,553       25,000      (24,553)     -49.5%
REVENUE TOTAL                                  $1,665,001   $1,728,814   $1,721,646   $1,854,672   $1,736,052   ($118,620)       -6.4%


TRANSFERS
 Transfer from General Fund                     $239,060     $239,260     $239,060     $239,060     $215,000     ($24,060)     -10.1%


TOTAL REV. AND TRANSFERS                       $1,904,061   $1,968,074   $1,960,706   $2,093,732   $1,951,052   ($142,680)       -6.8%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                 575,699      552,858      566,684      572,950      600,544      27,594         4.8%
 Operating Expenditures                          225,835      172,950      216,011      151,650       78,093      (73,557)     -48.5%
 Capital Expenditures                           1,081,199    1,261,226    1,179,945    1,369,132    1,272,415     (96,717)       -7.1%
 Other Expenditures                                    0       14,010        6,129            0            0            0        0.0%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                              $1,882,733   $2,001,044   $1,968,770   $2,093,732   $1,951,052   ($142,680)       -6.8%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                           79,367      100,695       67,726       59,661       59,661
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     21,328      (32,970)      (8,065)           -      (25,000)
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                          $100,695       $67,726      $59,661      $59,661      $34,661
Note: Capital Projects funded by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds include: Affordable Housing and
Housing Rehabilitation ($207,500); Mayo Community Water System Improvements ($66,000); Emergency Countywide
Infrastructure Repairs ($50,000); and Target Community Improvements ($216,615). Capital Projects funded by Home
Program funds include: Affordable Housing and Housing Rehabilitation ($369,319)




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                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



  CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND DETAIL
Several years ago, a portion of the funds received from the federal government for housing federal
prisoners were set aside by Council directive with the intention to use for future jail expansion. This
fund has been inactive for some time. Beginning in FY 2007/08, funds began to be transferred to the
Capital Projects Fund. Information on the Capital Projects Reserve Fund can be found on page O-5.

FUND NUMBER: 18                                               CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND
                                              FY 05/06   FY 06/07    FY 07/08   FY 08/09    FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
                                              ACTUAL     ACTUAL      ACTUAL     BUDGET      BUDGET       FY 10-09     FY 10-09
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                              0          0    3,697,493    398,026     -208,974


 (a) LESS: TRANFER TO CAPIT AL PROJECT S            0          0    3,299,467    607,000     126,026     (480,974)     -79.2%
   FUND


REMAINING FUND BALANCE                             $0         $0     $398,026   -$208,974   -$335,000



(a) FY 2009/10 transfer to Capital Projects Fund includes: Server Environment Upgrade ($94,000); and Evans Building
    Improvements ($32,026)
(b) The remaining fund balance for this fund at the end of FY2008/09 is estimated to be $126,026. The FY 2008/09 transfer
    to the Capital Projects Fund is reduced to $272,000 following the October 2008 Cost Saving Measures endorsed by
    County Council.




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for monies collected from telephone subscribers. These funds can only be
expended for costs associated with operation of Emergency 9-1-1 dispatching of police, fire,
ambulance, and rescue services. Information on the 9-1-1 Phone System Fund budget can be found
on pages E-22 – E23 and H-9.

FUND NUMBER: 19                                                    9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND SUMMARY
                                                 FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09    FY 10-09
 9-1-1 Phone Subscriber Fees                      720,130      713,225      720,375      710,000      710,000            0       0.0%
 W ireless Surcharge                              768,737      449,968      698,802      552,000      675,000     123,000       22.3%
 Fund Balance                                           0            0            0      124,206       89,643      (34,563)
 Donations - Other                                   4,608         552          200      132,456         1,000    (131,456)
REVENUE TOTAL                                   $1,493,475   $1,163,745   $1,419,377   $1,518,662   $1,475,644    ($43,018)      -2.8%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                  140,321      148,236      152,267      170,988      205,602       34,614      20.2%
 Operating Expenditures                           768,664      735,956      655,402      884,974      947,594       62,620       7.1%
 Capital Expenditures                             319,634      236,247      184,513      105,700       85,448      (20,252)     -19.2%
 Other Expenditures                                     0            0            0            0            0            0       0.0%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                               $1,228,619   $1,120,439    $992,182    $1,161,662   $1,238,644    $76,982        6.6%


TRANSFERS
 (a) Transfer to Capital Projects Fund                 $0           $0     $313,500     $357,000     $237,000    ($120,000)


TOTAL, EXP. AND TRANSFERS                       $1,228,619   $1,120,439   $1,305,682   $1,518,662   $1,475,644    ($43,018)      -2.8%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                           367,416      632,272      675,578      789,273      665,067
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     264,856       43,306      113,695     (124,206)     (89,644)
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                            $632,272     $675,578     $789,273     $665,067     $575,423
(a) FY 2009/10 transfer to Capital Projects Fund includes; 9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Replacement ($107,000); and
CAD System Replacement ($130,000).




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                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for monies collected from a host agreement with the Palmetto Landfill
Corporation and the payment of associated landfill monitoring costs. Information on the Palmetto
Landfill Fund budget can be found on pages G-16.

FUND NUMBER: 20                                                          PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND
                                                 FY 05/06    FY 06/07    FY 07/08    FY 08/09    FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                          ACTUAL      ACTUAL      ACTUAL     BUDGET      BUDGET      FY 10-09     FY 10-09
 Waste Disposal Dump Fees                         973,574     810,915     553,858     176,904          0     (176,904)     -100.0%
 Fund Balance                                           0           0           0           0          0            0     #DIV/0!
REVENUE TOTAL                                    $973,574    $810,915    $553,858    $176,904         $0    ($176,904)     -100.0%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                   50,838      48,927      51,869      61,404          0      (61,404)     -100.0%
 Operating Expenditures                            15,478       9,258      11,601      10,500          0      (10,500)     -100.0%
 Capital Expenditures                                   0           0           0           0          0            0         0.0%
 Other Expenditures                                     0           0           0           0          0            0         0.0%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                 $66,316     $58,185     $63,470     $71,904         $0     ($71,904)     -100.0%


TRANSFERS
 Transfer to General Fund                         800,000     363,026     192,853           0          0            0     #DIV/0!
 (a) Transfer to Capital Projects Fund                  0           0     473,000     105,000          0     (105,000)     -100.0%
 Transfer to Spartanburg CC                       200,000     200,000           0           0          0            0         0.0%
TRANSFER TOTAL                                  $1,000,000   $563,026    $665,853    $105,000         $0    ($105,000)     -100.0%


TOTAL EXP. AND TRANSFERS                        $1,066,316   $621,211    $729,323    $176,904         $0    ($176,904)     -100.0%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            77,709      -15,033    174,671        (795)      (795)
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     (92,742)    189,704    (175,466)          0          0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                            ($15,033)   $174,671       ($795)      ($795)     ($795)




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                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



COUNTY RECREATION COMMISSION FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the operations of the Spartanburg County Recreation Commission.
The Commission is the primary service provider of parks and recreation services in Spartanburg
County. Income is derived from fees for services paid by individuals, businesses, industry, state and
federal grants, and taxes. Information on the County Recreation Commission budget can be found
beginning on page L-5. Additional information on the Parks and Recreation Commission can be found
at http://www.scprc.org/.

FUND NUMBER: 22                                               PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
                                             FY 05/06    FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                      ACTUAL      ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09     FY 10-09
 Taxes - Current Year                              0     3,167,838    3,812,128    4,279,000    4,565,691    286,691          6.7%
 Homestead Exemption                               0            0      170,293                   150,000     150,000
 Fee-In-Lieu of Taxes                              0      177,774      268,196      219,575      250,000       30,425        13.9%
 Delinquent Taxes                                  0      122,885      258,474      164,000      164,000            0         0.0%
 Miscellaneous                                     0      703,731      696,177      369,000      362,300       (6,700)        -1.8%
 User Fees                                         0      207,227      311,410      191,000      257,000       66,000        34.6%
 Accommodations Tax                                0       29,800            0       30,000       40,000       10,000        33.3%
 Participation Fees                                0            0            0      146,329            0     (146,329)
 Transfers                                         0            0      345,950            0            0            0
 Fund Balance                                      0            0            0      -123,031           0     123,031
REVENUE TOTAL                                     $0    $4,409,254   $5,862,629   $5,275,873   $5,788,991   $513,118          9.7%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                   0     2,465,266    2,665,944    3,184,531    3,180,579      (3,952)        -0.1%
 Operating Expenditures                            0      780,210      922,291     1,028,490    1,271,882    243,392         23.7%
 Capital Expenditures                              0       78,360      403,959      377,600      574,241     196,641         52.1%
 Other Expenditures                                0            0       57,269            0      339,600     339,600          0.0%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                $0    $3,323,836   $4,049,463   $4,590,621   $5,366,302   $775,681         16.9%


TRANSFERS
 (a) Transfer to General Fund                      0      337,552      355,834      355,000            0     (355,000)     -100.0%
 (b) Transfer to Debt Service Fund                 0      326,330      326,426      330,252      422,689       92,437        28.0%
    Capital Projects                               0        3,000            0            0            0            0     #DIV/0!
TOTAL TRANSFERS                                   $0     $666,882     $682,260     $685,252     $422,689    ($262,563)      -38.3%


TOTAL EXP. AND TRANSFERS                          $0    $3,990,718   $4,731,723   $5,275,873   $5,788,991   $513,118          9.7%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            0            0      418,536     1,549,441    1,672,472
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                      0      418,536     1,130,905     123,031            0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                             $0     $418,536    $1,549,441   $1,672,472   $1,672,472
(a) Transfer to General Fund: Indirect costs to the General Fund. These funds provide for administrative services.
(b) Transfer to Debt Service Fund: These funds are required by the Debt Service Fund for debt associated with Parks and
Recreation.




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                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                          HOSPITALITY TAX FUND DETAIL
Spartanburg County’s 2% Local Hospitality Tax on prepared meals and beverages became effective
January 1, 2008. Business owners collect and remit the tax directly to Spartanburg County. The Local
Hospitality Tax provides a dedicated source of revenue and an appropriate and efficient means of
funding tourist-related infrastructure and capital improvement projects. It is the Council’s intent to
enhance the County’s appeal to tourists through further development of the County as a destination for
tourist related activities. Spartanburg County’s Local Hospitality Tax became effective January 1, 2008,
adopted by ordinance as authorized in Article 7 of Chapter 1 of Title 6 of the Code of Laws of South
Carolina, 1976, as amended, generally referred to as the “Local Hospitality Tax Act”. Additional
information on the Hospitality Tax Fund can be found on page L-15.

FUND NUMBER: 23                                                       HOSPITALITY TAX FUND
                                             FY 05/06   FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                      ACTUAL    ACTUAL       ACTUAL       BUDGET      BUDGET       FY 10-09      FY 10-09
 Hospitality Tax                                   0          0     1,852,059    2,400,000    2,600,000    200,000
 Penalties                                         0          0       14,117         2,000        4,000      2,000
 Other                                             0          0         3,645                     1,000      1,000
REVENUE TOTAL                                     $0         $0    $1,869,821   $2,402,000   $2,605,000   $203,000


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures                   0          0        22,255       77,943       85,989      8,046
 Operating Expenditures                            0          0         2,457       17,000        3,635     (13,365)
 Capital Expenditures                              0          0         2,395        1,000            0      (1,000)
 Other Expenditures                                0          0         3,494            0                        0
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                 $0         $0       $30,600      $95,943      $89,624     ($6,319)


CAPITAL PROJECTS
 (a) Reserved for Capital Projects                 0          0             0    2,306,057    2,515,376    209,319
TRANSFER TOTAL                                    $0         $0            $0   $2,306,057   $2,515,376   $209,319


TOTAL EXP. AND TRANSFERS                          $0         $0       $30,600   $2,402,000   $2,605,000   $203,000


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            0          0            0     1,839,221    1,839,221
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                      0          0     1,839,221           0            0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                             $0         $0    $1,839,221   $1,839,221   $1,839,221




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                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



              JAIL MAINTENANCE FUND DETAIL
In FY 2007/08, all available funds in the Jail Maintenance Fund were transferred to the Capital Projects
Fund. This fund was closed out in FY 2008/09, and is shown here for information purposes only.

FUND NUMBER: 28                                                JAIL MAINTENANCE FUND
                                       FY 05/06   FY 06/07     FY 07/08   FY 08/09   FY 09/10   $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
                                       ACTUAL     ACTUAL       ACTUAL     BUDGET     BUDGET      FY 10-09    FY 10-09
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                       0    596,417      378,468          0          0


 LESS: TRANFER TO CAPITAL PROJECTS           0     217,949     424,954          0          0           0
  FUND


REMAINING FUND BALANCE                      $0    $378,468 $   (46,486)        $0         $0




FUND DETAIL                                                                                                 PAGE P13
                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND DETAIL
These funds are used to account for the financing, acquisition, renovation, and construction of major
capital projects. Summary information on the Capital Improvement Plan can be found on pages Q-1 –
Q-22. The complete FY 2010-14 Recommended Capital Improvement Plan can be accessed at
http://www.spartanburgcounty.org.




FUND DETAIL                                                                                 PAGE P14
                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



 WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the operation of the Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program
which provides job training to the unemployed and underemployed persons. Information on the
Workforce Investment Board budget can be found on page K-14.

FUND NUMBER: 30                                             WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD (WIB)
                                             FY 05/06    FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                     ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY 10-09      FY 10-09
 WIA (Workforce Investment Act) -
  U.S. Department of Labor                  4,167,413    4,883,814    6,912,355    5,715,962    5,631,723   5,715,962        -1.5%
REVENUE TOTAL                              $4,167,413   $4,883,814   $6,912,355   $5,715,962   $5,631,723    ($84,239)       -1.5%


EXPENDITURES
 Personnel Services Expenditures            1,083,574    1,116,294    1,132,775    1,455,294     638,758     (816,536)      -56.1%
 Operating Expenditures                     2,992,335    3,645,471    5,721,114    4,183,528    4,915,825    732,297         17.5%
 Capital Expenditures                         91,504      122,049       58,467       77,140       77,140           (0)        0.0%
 Other Expenditures                                0            0            0                         0            0         0.0%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                          $4,167,413   $4,883,814   $6,912,355   $5,715,962   $5,631,723    ($84,239)       -1.5%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            0            0            0            0            0
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                      0            0            0            0            0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                             $0           $0           $0           $0           $0




FUND DETAIL                                                                                                              PAGE P15
                                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



         SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                  FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the tax levy receipts and disbursements to Spartanburg Community
College. Information on the county’s financial contribution to Spartanburg Community College can be
found on page M-3. Additional information on Spartanburg Community College can be found at
http://www.sccsc.edu/.

 FUND NUMBER: 60                                                    SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                   FY 05/06    FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
 REVENUES                                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY10 - 09   FY 10 -09
  Taxes - Current                                 3,029,832    3,097,952    4,125,889    4,768,179    5,070,000    301,821         6.3%
  Merchants Inventory Tax                           50,546       50,546       50,546       50,550       50,000         (550)       -1.1%
  Homestead Exemption                              132,288      137,080      189,742      129,441      130,000         559         0.4%
  Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                             167,425      152,976      261,477      110,000      110,000            0        0.0%
  Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                  0       12,324            0            0            0            0        0.0%
  Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                      28,728      101,997       87,497       70,000       70,000            0        0.0%
  Delinquent Tax - Current Year                    156,289       99,087      187,702       30,000       60,000      30,000       100.0%
  Use of Fund Balance                                    0            0            0            0            0            0    #DIV/0!
  Transfer From Palmetto Landfill Fund             200,000      200,000            0            0            0            0        0.0%
 REVENUE TOTAL                                   $3,765,108   $3,851,962   $4,902,853   $5,158,170   $5,490,000   $331,830         6.4%


 EXPENDITURES
  Annual Operating Appropriation                  3,003,600    3,003,600    3,064,253    3,608,170    4,940,000   1,331,830       36.9%
  Captial Expenditures                             350,000      350,000     1,350,000    1,350,000     350,000 (1,000,000)       -74.1%
  Debt Service                                     200,000      200,000      200,000      200,000      200,000            0        0.0%
 EXPENDITURE TOTAL                               $3,553,600   $3,553,600   $4,614,253   $5,158,170   $5,490,000   $331,830         6.4%


 FUND BALANCE
  Beginning Fund Balance                           285,412      496,920      795,282     1,083,882    1,083,882
  Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     211,508      298,362      288,600            0            0
 YEAR END FUND BALANCE                            $496,920     $795,282    $1,083,882   $1,083,882   $1,083,882




FUND DETAIL                                                                                                                    PAGE P16
                                           SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                         FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



             CHARLES LEA CENTER FUND DETAIL
This fund is used to account for the tax levy receipts and disbursements to the Charles Lea Center, a
school for the mentally and physically handicapped. Information on the county’s financial contribution
to the Charles Lea Center can be found on page K-15. Additional information on the Charles Lea
Center can be found at http://www.charlesleacenter.org/.

FUND NUMBER: 61                                                           CHARLES LEA CENTER FUND
                                                 FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
REVENUES                                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY10 - 09    FY 10 -09
 Taxes - Current                                  949,707      976,965     1,059,259    1,144,453    1,163,000     18,547          1.6%
 Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                              64,060       56,353       73,960       73,448       70,000       (3,448)       -4.7%
 Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                  0        3,892            0            0            0            0         0.0%
 Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                       8,130       29,914       26,575       30,070       25,000       (5,070)      -16.9%
 Delinquent Tax - Current Year                     49,759       27,846       44,969       21,420       20,000       (1,420)       -6.6%
 Use of Fund Balance                                    0            0            0      (50,000)           0      50,000       -100.0%
REVENUE TOTAL                                   $1,071,656   $1,094,970   $1,204,764   $1,219,391   $1,278,000    $58,609          4.8%


EXPENDITURES
 Adult Day Programs                              1,096,120    1,047,288    1,047,208    1,219,391    1,278,000     58,609          4.8%
 Clinical Services                                      0            0            0            0            0            0         0.0%
 Childhood Development Program                          0            0            0            0            0            0         0.0%
TOTAL, CHARLES LEA CENTER                       $1,096,120   $1,047,288   $1,047,208   $1,219,391   $1,278,000    $58,609          4.8%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                           294,895      270,431      318,113      475,669      525,669
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     (24,464)      47,682      157,556       50,000            -
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                            $270,431     $318,113     $475,669     $525,669     $525,669




FUND DETAIL                                                                                                                   PAGE P17
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



    SPARTANBURG COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
           SYSTEM FUND DETAIL
A county appointed library board oversees the operation of the main downtown library and branch
libraries throughout the county. There is a separate millage for the operation of the libraries and the
county only acts as a collection agency for the revenue and a separate set of financial records is also
maintained. Information on the Spartanburg County Public Library System can be found on page N-3.
Additional information on the library system can be found at www.infodepot.org.

FUND NUMBER: 66                                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARIES
                                          FY 05/06    FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10    $ INC/DEC % INC/DEC
                                          ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET      BUDGET        FY10 - 09    FY 10 -09
REVENUES
 Total Revenues                         10,233,409   10,380,567   11,142,896   11,285,765   11,685,136    399,371          3.5%
REVENUE TOTAL                          $10,233,409 $10,380,567 $11,142,896 $11,285,765 $11,685,136       $399,371          3.5%


EXPENDITURES
 Total Expenditures                     10,403,473   10,574,396   11,815,244   11,285,765   11,685,136    399,371          3.5%
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                      $10,403,473 $10,574,396 $11,815,244 $11,285,765 $11,685,136       $399,371          3.5%


FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                  4,817,735    4,962,316    4,768,487    4,096,139    4,096,139
 Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance             144,581      -193,829    (672,348)           0            0
YEAR END FUND BALANCE                  $4,962,316    $4,768,487   $4,096,139   $4,096,139   $4,096,139




FUND DETAIL                                                                                                           PAGE P18
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CIP)
A Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a five year planning instrument used by governments to identify needed
capital projects and to coordinate financing and timing improvements in ways that maximize the return to the
public. The CIP plans the development and/or rehabilitation of public property to protect it from
deterioration, extend its useful life and preserve the county’s prior investments.

The CIP determines the timing, sequence and location of capital projects. The CIP can, to an extent,
influence growth patterns in areas of the county exercising influence over the scope and timing of demand-
based expenditures. The capital project budgets provide the resources for facilities, improvements,
equipment, and technology.

The CIP is dynamic. Each budget year, all projects in the CIP are reviewed, a call for new projects is made,
and adjustments are made for future programming years arising from changes in the current year including
funding, conditions or needs. Plan review continues throughout the year. The process is monitored,
projects are re-evaluated and the plan is continuously updated.

A Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a long-range plan and program evaluation where all factors related to
revenues and expenditures are balanced with community needs and desires in a way that maximizes the
return to the public. The CIP includes new, expanded or rehabilitated facilities, infrastructure or major
equipment that are relatively expensive and permanent.

Achieving a good CIP can be measured by the ability to:

    •   Visually represent the county’s needs from corner to corner;
    •   Promote orderly development and redevelopment of the county’s infrastructure and facilities, as well
        as equipment needs;
    •   Coordinate county improvements with those of our neighbors;
    •   Eliminate duplication of effort;
    •   Finance priority improvements in a way that avoids unplanned expenditures that will have a negative
        impact on the county’s operating budget, and financing future projects that are currently
        unaffordable;
    •   Meet the needs of the county, and receive support as projects are implemented; and
    •   Develop a strategic, forward-thinking budget plan.

Capital improvement planning is a very exciting, proactive, “common sense” process that benefits our county
now and for generations to come.


  The Capital Improvement Plan Benefits the County
The CIP promotes orderly, comprehensive replacement of capital facilities and equipment by providing
continuity; minimizing disruption to citizens because the county is better able to schedule projects in a logical
sequence; developing systematic schedules, plans and financing to insure cost effectiveness and
conformance with established plans and policies.

The CIP preserves the county’s capital investments by recognizing infrastructure development and/or
maintenance, livability issues, customer service and sustainability; and meeting the county’s future needs by
planning for major capital improvements far in advance. The plan can eliminate the possibility of duplication
of effort, time and money between and among the various public agencies. Potential shared costs with
state, federal and neighboring communities and other levels and agencies of government can be better
scheduled and related to identified project needs, methods of financing and construction.


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                PAGE Q1
                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


The CIP supports long-range planning goals in adopted plans and policies by incorporating identified
projects into the plan; creating the opportunity to move forward with any project at any given time should
opportunities arise; preparing for long-range fiscal planning; enhancing the county’s bond rating; and
incorporating appropriation figures as the project budgets for CIP projects.

The CIP is an integral part of the budgeting process. The first year of the program represents the actual
budgets for the capital projects, and ongoing operating costs associated with all capital projects are
identified and budgeted.


                       Capital Improvement Projects
A Capital Improvement Project is a major, non-recurring capital expenditure for an item with an expected
useful life of greater than ten years. Examples of projects include:

   •   Construction, purchase, or major renovation of buildings, streets or other physical structures,
       including landscaping, costing more than $50,000;

   •   Land purchases (excluding easements and rights-of-way);

   •   Capital materials and equipment or furnishings not associated with a construction project with a total
       cost of $50,000 or more. Examples of these projects could include solid waste machinery and
       equipment, new carpeting in a facility, window replacement, roof replacement, etc.

   •   A project involving the purchase of several items of computer or communications equipment with a
       total cost of $50,000 or more with a useful life of greater than five years. This can also include a
       scheduled replacement plan for computers and equipment, as well as the purchase or lease of
       software.


                              Capital Project Budget
A Capital Project Budget contains the anticipated revenue and planned expenditures for an approved capital
project. County Council appropriates funds by ordinance either during the budget adoption process or by
supplemental appropriation. The Capital Project Budget becomes the legal level for expenditure control,
and is reported in the Capital Projects Fund. Amendments, modifications or changes to a Capital Project
Budget must be approved by County Council.



               Capital Improvement Plan Objectives
Current Objectives:

   •   Introduce concept of a county-wide CIP process
   •   Incorporate CIP into budget process
   •   Create capital project budgets
   •   Create and maintain a dynamic CIP
   •   Create and publish an adopted CIP document




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                            PAGE Q2
                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Future Objectives:

   •   Capital Project Budgets appropriated by County Council
   •   Enhance Planning Commission participation and ownership in the CIP process
   •   Enhance Boards and Commissions participation in the CIP process
   •   Enhance Public Participation in the CIP process
   •   Maintain a dynamic, policy-driven CIP


                       Support and Role Identification
The Policy Team reviews the projects applications, assesses the projects (rates and weights), considers
funding options and presents their findings to the County Administrator for incorporation of the first year into
the proposed budget, and incorporates future years into the long-term financial forecast model. Because the
CIP is dynamic, the plan may be updated during the year to recognize new projects and planned project
changes. The Policy team is composed of staff members in the Budget Management Office and Finance
Department, as well as the Assistant County Administrator.

County Council works with the Policy Team during the plan development. Council holds a Public Hearing,
adopts the CIP and incorporates the CIP into the budget plan adoption process. Council may update the
CIP during the year to recognize new projects and planned project changes. County Council also conducts
public hearings and receives public input during the year before appropriating funds for capital project
budgets.

The Planning Commission works with the Policy Team during the plan development, reviews the Policy
Team’s recommendations. The Planning Commission will be advised of new capital project applications
brought forward during the year and added to the plan. Section 6-19-340 (A), (e) and (f) of State law
requires the Planning Commission’s participation in the review and adoption of a CIP.

Boards and Commissions are encouraged to participate in the plan development by identifying projects that
need to be included in the review process.

The Public is encouraged to participate in the plan development by working with various Boards and
Commissions and attending public hearings.



                 Capital Improvement Plan Document
A separate FY 2010-14 Recommended Capital Improvement Plan document was received by County
Council April 20, 2009. Included in the FY 2009/10 Operating Budget document is a summary of the
Capital Improvement Plan. The entire document with complete project descriptions and financial information
can be accessed at http://www.spartanburgcounty.org.




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                               PAGE Q3
                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                   BUDGET ORDINANCE NO.

        A BUDGET ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH CAPITAL PROJECT BUDGETS FOR

       THE 2009/2010 BUDGET YEAR OF THE FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

                                               PLAN.

                                              Part I
                               Fiscal Year 2009/2010 Capital Budget

      SECTION 1. There is hereby appropriated the sum of $10,967,079 for the 2009/2010
      budget year of the Fiscal Year 2010-2014 Capital Improvement Plan, to the various
      projects specified in the capital budget incorporated by reference for the purposes therein
      stated, the following amounts:

                                                                     FY 2009/10
             REVENUES                                             BUDGET YEAR
             9-1-1 Phone System Fund                                   $237,000
             Capital Lease Financing Proceeds                            991,617
             Capital Projects Reserve Fund                               126,026
             Community Development Block Grant                           539,115
             CSX Project Contribution                                    230,000
             General Fund & Vehicle and Capital Equipment Reserve        490,002
             Home Program                                                369,319
             Parks and Recreation Current Revenues                       498,000
             Road Maintenance Fee Fund                                 5,964,000
             Sale of Property – Vehicles and Capital Equipment           104,500
             Solid Waste Fund Vehicle and Capital Equipment Reserve      139,500
             State C Funds                                             1,038,000
             Stormwater Fund                                             240,000
             Total Revenues                                          $10,967,079




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                        PAGE Q4
                              SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                            FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                                      FY 2009/10
             EXPENDITURES                                          BUDGET YEAR
             County Buildings and Facilities                             $200,000
             Public Works – Roads and Intersections                     5,047,000
             Public Works – Bridges                                     2,285,000
             Public Works – Sidewalks & Alternative Transportation              0
             Public Works – Solid Waste                                         0
             Public Works – Stormwater Management                         140,000
             Public Safety                                                      0
             Technology                                                 1,216,101
             Community and Economic Development                           908,434
             Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement                  1,170,544
             Parks and Recreation                                               0
             Total Expenditures                                       $10,967,079

             Said appropriation, and corresponding revenue sources shall be allocated to
      various projects in accordance with the schedules attached hereto (Exhibits “A” and “B”)
      and incorporated as part of this ordinance.

             SECTION 2. A bound copy of the Capital Improvement Plan supporting the
      appropriations set forth in this ordinance shall be attested to by the Clerk to County
      Council and maintained in the offices of the County Administrator, the Director of
      Budget Management, and the Clerk to County Council.

              SECTION 3. The County Administrator shall have the authority to transfer
      appropriated funds within the designated expenditure categories as long as the projects
      fall under the same functional category. Significant changes to the scope of the project
      will require County Council approval through a resolution.

              SECTION 4. Funds allocated but unspent during the fiscal year in capital
      accounts designated in the County Administrator’s Recommended Budget shall be
      recognized as part of a multi-year capital projects funding and be carried forward and
      transferred to the Capital Project Fund for the purpose of completing each capital project.

                                              Part II
                                        Enacting Provisions


             SECTION 1. If any section or item or any part of this Budget Ordinance shall be
      declared invalid, it shall not be construed to affect the validity of any other section or
      item hereof.

              SECTION 2. All provisions of Part I of this Ordinance shall take effect on the 1st
      day of July, 2009.




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                        PAGE Q5
                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


             SECTION 3. The Spartanburg County Capital Improvement Plan shall be
      reviewed and revised by the County Council annually based on established priorities and
      subject to availability of funding. The County Administrator shall be charged with the
      responsibility of administering the Plan, including property acquisitions, sales or
      divestures and leases, necessary to achieve the ultimate Plan goals as established by
      County Council.




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                    PAGE Q6
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                            FY 2010-14 RECOMMENDED
                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
             FUNDING SOURCE AND EXPENDITURE OVERVIEW

    $60,000,000 

    $50,000,000                         $43,308,408 
                   $53,895,199 

    $40,000,000 

    $30,000,000 

    $20,000,000 

    $10,000,000 
                                                            $14,618,476 
                                                                                       $10,497,452 
                                                                                                                  $9,511,565 
             $0 
                      2009/10               2010/11                   2011/12                 2012/13              2013/14



                                                     FY                 FY             FY               FY           FY             TOTAL
FUNDING SOURCE                                    2009/10            2010/11        2011/12          2012/13      2013/14           FY10-14
9-1-1 PHONE FUND                                 237,000            237,000        237,000          237,000      130,000          1,078,000
CAPITAL LEASE FINANCING PROCEEDS                 991,617          3,235,823      1,311,118        1,321,176      709,134          7,568,868
CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND                    126,026                  0              0                0            0            126,026
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES REVENUES                    0                  0              0                0            0                  0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    908,434                  0              0                0            0            908,434
GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                            167,974            200,000        450,000          450,000      450,000          1,717,974
GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS                      23,868,350         15,000,000        836,000                0            0         39,704,350
HOSPITALITY TAX (incl. COPs issue)            13,200,000          7,100,000      3,000,000                0            0         23,300,000
OTHER FUNDS & REVENUES                           334,500            468,400        227,000          190,600      223,200          1,443,700
PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND                                 0                  0              0                0            0                  0
PARKS & RECREATION CURRENT REVENUES              498,000            740,730        477,107          208,075      248,571          2,172,483
ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND                      5,964,000          5,959,000      5,763,550        6,389,800    4,360,000         28,436,350
SHERIFF'S OFFICE - CONFISCATED ASSETS                  0                  0              0                0            0                  0
SOLID WASTE FUND                                       0                  0              0                0            0                  0
SOLID WASTE REVENUE BOND - FY 2009/10          5,859,770          7,750,000              0                0            0         13,609,770
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA FUNDS/GRANTS           1,038,000          1,038,000      1,038,000        1,038,000    1,038,000          5,190,000
STORMWATER FUND                                  240,000            460,300        139,200          125,000      125,000          1,089,500
VEHICLE & CAP EQUIP REPLACEMENT RES.             461,528          1,119,155      1,139,501          537,801    2,227,660          5,485,645
ALL COUNTY CAPITAL FUNDING SOURCES            53,895,199         43,308,408     14,618,476       10,497,452    9,511,565        131,831,100

                                                     FY                 FY             FY               FY           FY             TOTAL
EXPENDITURE CATEGORY                              2009/10            2010/11        2011/12          2012/13      2013/14           FY10-14
CO. BUILDING & FACILITY PROJECTS               4,588,350            200,000      1,036,000          200,000      200,000          6,224,350
ROAD & INTERSECTION PROJECTS                   5,047,000          5,082,000      5,635,300        6,014,000    5,098,000         26,876,300
BRIDGE PROJECTS                                2,285,000          2,040,000      1,291,250        1,538,800      425,000          7,580,050
SIDEWALK/ALT. TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS                  0                  0        250,000          250,000      250,000            750,000
SOLID WASTE PROJECTS                           5,339,770          7,750,000              0                0            0         13,089,770
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROJECTS                   140,000            335,300              0                0            0            475,300
TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS                            1,216,101          1,401,380        996,151          816,000      751,888          5,181,520
PUBLIC SAFETY PROJECTS                        20,000,000         15,000,000              0                0            0         35,000,000
COMMUNITY & ECON. DEV. PROJECTS                  908,434                  0              0                0            0            908,434
VEHICLE & CAP EQUIP REPL PROJECTS              1,170,544          4,399,728      2,409,775        1,678,652    2,786,677         12,445,376
PARKS & RECREATION PROJECTS                   13,200,000          7,100,000      3,000,000                0            0         23,300,000
ALL COUNTY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES               53,895,199         43,308,408     14,618,476       10,497,452    9,511,565        131,831,100




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                                        PAGE Q7
                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                      FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED
                                CAPITAL YEAR BUDGET
                       FY 2009/10 CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDING SOURCES
                                         $53,895,199



                                           HOSPITALITY TAX
                                             $13,200,000
                                                25%

       OTHER FUNDS
         $1,198,526
             2%                                                                          DEBT SERVICE PROCEEDS
                            ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE                                               $30,719,737
       9-1-1 FUND                 $5,964,000                                                      57%
        $237,000                     11%
           0%
     GENERAL FUND
       TRANSFER
        $167,974
          0%
 VEHICLE & EQUIP
  REPL. RESERVE             FEDERAL FUNDS
     $461,528                  $908,434
        1%                       2%
                      STATE OF SC FUNDS
                          $1,038,000
 SOLID WASTE FUND            2%
         $-
        0%




                           FY 2009/10 CAPITAL PROJECT EXPENDITURES
                                           $53,895,199


                                                             STORMWATER MANAGEMENT   CO. BUILDING & FACILITIES
                                                                    $140,000                 $4,588,350
                                                                                                 9%     ROADS &
                                                                      0%
                                                                                                     INTERSECTIONS
                                                                                                        $5,047,000
                                                                                                            9%       BRIDGES
                                          PARKS & RECREATION                                                         $2,285,000
                                              $13,200,000                                                               4%
                                                  25%
                                                                                                               SIDEWALKS/ALT.
   VEHICLE & CAP EQUIP                                                                            SOLID WASTE TRANSPORTATION
     REPL PROJECTS                                                                                 $5,339,770        $-
        $1,170,544                                                                                    10%           0%
           2%
                                                             PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                               $20,000,000
                                                                  37%

    COMMUNITY & ECON.
          DEV.
        $908,434                                                                                              TECHNOLOGY
           2%                                                                                                   $1,216,101
                                                                                                                    2%




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                              PAGE Q8
                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                             FY 2010-14 RECOMMENDED
                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                ADOPTED PROJECTS WITH APPLICABLE FUNDING SOURCES
                                                                TOTAL    COMMITTED           FY       FY          FY        FY        FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                                PROJECT COST      FUNDING      2009/10   2010/11     2011/12   2012/13   2013/14       TOTAL
1 COUNTY BUILDINGS & FACILITIES

A Main Detention Facility Repairs and Maintenance
   General Fund Transfer                                      900,000       150,000    150,000    150,000    150,000    150,000   150,000      750,000
   Total, Main Detention Facility Repairs & Maint.            900,000       150,000    150,000    150,000    150,000    150,000   150,000      750,000

B Evans Building Improvements
    General Obligation Bond - FY 11/12                               0            0          0          0    630,000          0         0      630,000
    General Fund Transfer                                      217,974            0     17,974     50,000     50,000     50,000    50,000      217,974
    Capital Projects Reserve Fund                              302,026      270,000     32,026          0          0          0         0       32,026
    Total, Evans Building Improvements                       1,150,000      270,000     50,000     50,000    680,000     50,000    50,000      880,000

C Boiler Replacement @ Courthouse
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       490,000            0     490,000         0           0         0         0       490,000
   Total, Boiler Replacement                                  490,000            0     490,000         0           0         0         0       490,000

D Administration Building Air Cooled Chiller
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       250,000            0     250,000         0           0         0         0       250,000
   Total, Admin. Building Air Cooled Chiller                  250,000            0     250,000         0           0         0         0       250,000

E Roof Replacement @ Admin, Courthouse & ESA
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       972,000            0     972,000         0           0         0         0       972,000
   Total, Roof Replacement                                    972,000            0     972,000         0           0         0         0       972,000

F Facility HVAC Controls
    General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                      160,000            0     160,000         0           0         0         0       160,000
    Total, Facility HVAC Controls                             160,000            0     160,000         0           0         0         0       160,000

G County Facility Stair, Sidewalk & Ramp Repair
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       170,000            0     170,000         0           0         0         0       170,000
   Total, Stair, Sidewalk & Ramp Repair                       170,000            0     170,000         0           0         0         0       170,000

H Automatic Gate Replacement @ Detention Facility
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       140,000            0     140,000         0           0         0         0       140,000
   Total, Automatic Gate Replacement                          140,000            0     140,000         0           0         0         0       140,000

 I Parking Lot Repaving (Admin, Evans, Sheriff)
    General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                      715,000             0    715,000         0           0         0         0       715,000
    Stormwater Fund                                            50,000        50,000          0         0           0         0         0             0
    General Obligation Bond - FY 2011/12                      206,000             0          0         0     206,000         0         0       206,000
    Total, Parking Lot Repaving                               971,000        50,000    715,000         0     206,000         0         0       921,000

J Wellford Landfill New Office Bldg. & Shop Relocation
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond FY 2009/10                        520,000            0     520,000         0           0         0         0       520,000
   Total, New Office Building @ Wellford Landfill             520,000            0     520,000         0           0         0         0       520,000

K Main Detention Facility Kitchen & Laundry Upgrades
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       197,350            0     197,350         0           0         0         0       197,350
   Total, Detention Kitchen & Laundry Upgrades                197,350            0     197,350         0           0         0         0       197,350

L Main Detention Facility Water Controls
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                       690,000            0     690,000         0           0         0         0       690,000
   Total, Main Detention Facility Water Controls              690,000            0     690,000         0           0         0         0       690,000

M Carbon Dioxide Controllers
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                        84,000            0      84,000         0           0         0         0        84,000
   Total, Main Detention Facility Water Controls               84,000            0      84,000         0           0         0         0        84,000

  TOTAL, ALL CO. BUILDING & FACILITY PROJECTS                6,694,350      470,000   4,588,350   200,000   1,036,000   200,000   200,000    6,224,350




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                                                    PAGE Q9
                                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                         TOTAL     COMMITTED            FY         FY          FY          FY          FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                         PROJECT COST       FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14       TOTAL
2 ROADS AND INTERSECTIONS
A Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing
   Road Maintenance Fee                               21,172,000     5,672,000   3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000    15,500,000
   General Fund Transfer                                 750,000       750,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
   State C Funds                                       7,266,000     2,076,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000     5,190,000
   Total, Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing              29,188,000     8,498,000   4,138,000   4,138,000   4,138,000   4,138,000   4,138,000    20,690,000

B Countywide Dirt Road Resurfacing
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 827,000       201,000     109,000      99,000     107,000     151,000     160,000       626,000
   General Fund Transfer                                 40,000        40,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
   Total, Countywide Dirt Road Surfacing                867,000       241,000     109,000      99,000     107,000     151,000     160,000       626,000

C Municipal Road Projects
   Road Maintenance Fee                                5,250,000     1,375,000    775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000      3,875,000
   Total, Municipal Road Projects                      5,250,000     1,375,000    775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000      3,875,000

D Traffic Calming
     Road Maintenance Fee                               125,000             0      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000       125,000
    General Fund Transfer                               100,000       100,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
    Total, Traffic Calming                              225,000       100,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000       125,000

E Gin House Road Widening
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 480,000             0           0           0           0     480,000           0       480,000
   Total, Gin House Road Widening                       480,000             0           0           0           0     480,000           0       480,000

F Westmoreland Road Widening
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 890,000             0           0           0     445,000     445,000           0       890,000
   Total, Westmoreland Road Widening                    890,000             0           0           0     445,000     445,000           0       890,000

G Society Hill Road Improvements
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 190,300             0           0      45,000     145,300           0           0       190,300
   Total, Society Hill Road Improvements                190,300             0           0      45,000     145,300           0           0       190,300


  TOTAL, ALL ROAD & INTERSECTION PROJECTS             37,090,300    10,214,000   5,047,000   5,082,000   5,635,300   6,014,000   5,098,000    26,876,300


                                                          TOTAL    COMMITTED            FY         FY          FY          FY          FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                          PROJECT COST      FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14       TOTAL
3 BRIDGES
A Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance
   Road Maintenance Fee                                1,575,050      115,000     325,000     275,000     266,250     293,800     300,000      1,460,050
   Stormwater Fund                                       700,000      100,000     100,000     125,000     125,000     125,000     125,000        600,000
   General Fund                                          520,000      520,000           0           0           0           0           0              0
   Total, Co. Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maint.         2,795,050      735,000     425,000     400,000     391,250     418,800     425,000      2,060,050

B Double Branch Road Bridge Stabilization
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 400,000             0     400,000           0           0           0           0       400,000
   Total, Double Branch Road Bridge Replacement         400,000             0     400,000           0           0           0           0       400,000

C Ezell Road Bridge Replacement
    CSX Project Contribution                             130,000            0      130,000          0           0           0           0        130,000
    Road Maintenance Fee                               1,020,000            0    1,020,000          0           0           0           0      1,020,000
    Total, Kist Road Bridge Replacement                1,150,000            0    1,150,000          0           0           0           0      1,150,000

D Runion Road Bridge Replacement
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 600,000             0     110,000     490,000           0           0           0       600,000
   Total, Runion Road Bridge Replacement                600,000             0     110,000     490,000           0           0           0       600,000

E Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement
   CSX Project Contribution                             100,000             0     100,000           0           0           0           0       100,000
   State C-Funds                                        733,000       733,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
   Road Maintenance Fee                                 100,000             0     100,000           0           0           0           0       100,000
   Total, Clark Road Bridge Replacement                 933,000       733,000     200,000           0           0           0           0       200,000

F Clark Road Bridge Replacement
    Road Maintenance Fee                                995,000             0           0     995,000           0           0           0       995,000
    Total, Clark Road Bridge Replacement                995,000             0           0     995,000           0           0           0       995,000

G Hampton Road Bridge Replacement
   Road Maintenance Fee                                1,055,000            0           0     155,000     900,000           0           0      1,055,000
   Total, Hampton Road Bridge Replacement              1,055,000            0           0     155,000     900,000           0           0      1,055,000

H Kist Road Bridge Replacement
    Road Maintenance Fee                               1,120,000            0           0           0           0    1,120,000          0      1,120,000
    Total, Kist Road Bridge Replacement                1,120,000            0           0           0           0    1,120,000          0      1,120,000

  TOTAL, ALL BRIDGE PROJECTS                           9,048,050     1,468,000   2,285,000   2,040,000   1,291,250   1,538,800    425,000      7,580,050




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                                                     PAGE Q10
                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                              TOTAL    COMMITTED             FY          FY        FY        FY        FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                              PROJECT COST      FUNDING        2009/10      2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14       TOTAL
4 SIDEWALKS & ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION
A Countywide Sidewalk Replacement Program
    General Fund Transfer                                   450,000             0             0            0   150,000   150,000   150,000      450,000
    Total, Multi-Modal Transportation Infrastructure        450,000             0             0            0   150,000   150,000   150,000      450,000

B Multi-Modal Transportation Infrastructure
   General Fund Transfer                                    465,000       165,000             0            0   100,000   100,000   100,000      300,000
   Total, Multi-Modal Transportation Infrastructure         465,000       165,000             0            0   100,000   100,000   100,000      300,000

  TOTAL, ALL SIDEWALKS & ALT. TRANSPORTATION                915,000       165,000             0            0   250,000   250,000   250,000      750,000


                                                              TOTAL    COMMITTED             FY          FY        FY        FY        FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                              PROJECT COST      FUNDING        2009/10      2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14       TOTAL
5 SOLID WASTE

A Phase V MSW Landfill Closure
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                   4,800,000            0     2,300,000    2,500,000        0         0         0      4,800,000
   Total, Phase V MSW Landfill Closure                     4,800,000            0     2,300,000    2,500,000        0         0         0      4,800,000

B Phase VI MSW Cell 2 Construction
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                   4,100,000            0       300,000    3,800,000        0         0         0      4,100,000
   Total, Phase VI MSW Cell 2 Construction                 4,100,000            0       300,000    3,800,000        0         0         0      4,100,000

C Wellford Landfill MSW Disposal Permitting
   Solid Waste Fund                                         150,000       150,000             0            0        0         0         0              0
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                    200,000             0       200,000            0        0         0         0        200,000
   Total, Wellford Landfill MSW Disposal                    350,000       150,000       200,000            0        0         0         0        200,000

D Construction & Demolition Landfill Expansion
   Solid Waste Fund                                          100,000      100,000                          0        0         0         0              0
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                   2,900,000            0     1,450,000    1,450,000        0         0         0      2,900,000
   Total, Construction & Demolition Landfill Exp.          3,000,000      100,000     1,450,000    1,450,000        0         0         0      2,900,000

E Recycling Yard Relocation
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                    317,000             0       317,000            0        0         0         0        317,000
   Total, Recycling Yard Relocation                         317,000             0       317,000            0        0         0         0        317,000

F Wellford Landfill Road Improvements
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                    162,000             0       162,000            0        0         0         0        162,000
   Total, Wellford Landfill Road Improvements               162,000             0       162,000            0        0         0         0        162,000

G Wellford Landfill Methane Recovery Project
   Solid Waste Fund                                        1,000,000    1,000,000             0            0        0         0         0              0
   Solid Waste Revenue Bond - FY 2009/10                     610,770            0       610,770                     0         0         0        610,770
   Total, Wellford Methane Recovery Project                1,610,770    1,000,000       610,770            0        0         0         0        610,770

  TOTAL, ALL SOLID WASTE PROJECTS                         14,339,770     1,250,000    5,339,770    7,750,000        0         0         0     13,089,770


                                                              TOTAL    COMMITTED             FY          FY        FY        FY        FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                              PROJECT COST      FUNDING        2009/10      2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14       TOTAL
6 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
A Habitat Way Drainage Improvements
   Stormwater Fund                                          140,000             0       140,000            0        0         0         0       140,000
   Total, Edgecombe Road Drainage Improvements              140,000             0       140,000            0        0         0         0       140,000

B Stormwater Management Capital Equipment
    Stormwater Fund                                         335,300             0             0      335,300        0         0         0       335,300
    Total, Stormwater Management Capital Equip.             335,300             0             0      335,300        0         0         0       335,300

  TOTAL, ALL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROJECT                  475,300             0       140,000      335,300        0         0         0       475,300


                                                              TOTAL COMMITTED                FY          FY        FY        FY        FY     FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                              PROJECT COST   FUNDING           2009/10      2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14       TOTAL
7 PUBLIC SAFETY
A Main Detention Facility Expansion
   Capital Projects Reserve Fund                           1,100,000    1,100,000             0            0        0         0         0              0
   General Obligation Bond - FY 2009/10                   35,000,000            0    20,000,000   15,000,000        0         0         0     35,000,000
   Total, Main Detention Facility Expansion               36,100,000    1,100,000    20,000,000   15,000,000        0         0         0     35,000,000

  TOTAL, ALL PUBLIC SAFETY PROJECTS                       36,100,000    1,100,000    20,000,000   15,000,000        0         0         0     35,000,000




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                                                     PAGE Q11
                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                               TOTAL    COMMITTED          FY          FY        FY        FY        FY    FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                               PROJECT COST      FUNDING      2009/10     2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14      TOTAL
8 TECHNOLOGY

A 9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Replacement
    9-1-1 Phone System Fund                                  642,000       214,000    107,000     107,000    107,000   107,000        0      428,000
    Total, 9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Repl.              642,000       214,000    107,000     107,000    107,000   107,000        0      428,000

B Computer Aided Dispatch System Replacement
   9-1-1 Phone System Fund                                   650,000             0    130,000     130,000    130,000   130,000   130,000     650,000
   Total, Computer Aided Dispatch System Repl.               650,000             0    130,000     130,000    130,000   130,000   130,000     650,000

C County Network Infrastructure
    General Fund Transfer                                    147,000       147,000          0           0         0          0         0           0
   Capital Lease Proceeds                                    399,850             0    128,213      31,637         0    102,000   138,000     399,850
   Total, County Network Infrastructure                      546,850       147,000    128,213      31,637         0    102,000   138,000     399,850

D County Servers & Software Upgrade
    General Fund Transfer                                    197,000       197,000          0           0         0          0         0           0
   Capital Lease Proceeds                                    357,664             0    110,888     110,888         0     25,000   110,888     357,664
   Total, County Services & Software Upgrade                 554,664       197,000    110,888     110,888         0     25,000   110,888     357,664

E    Desktop and Portable Computer Replacement
     Capital Lease Proceeds                                 1,865,000            0    373,000     373,000    373,000   373,000   373,000    1,865,000
     Total, Desktop and Portable Computer Repl.             1,865,000            0    373,000     373,000    373,000   373,000   373,000    1,865,000

F    Server Environment Upgrade
     Capital Projects Reserve Fund                            94,000             0     94,000           0         0         0         0       94,000
     Total, Server Environment Upgrade                        94,000             0     94,000           0         0         0         0       94,000

G    Parks Information Technology Infrastructure
     Parks and Recreation Current Revenues                  1,387,006            0    273,000     648,855    386,151    79,000        0     1,387,006
     Total, Parks Information Technology Infrastruct.       1,387,006            0    273,000     648,855    386,151    79,000        0     1,387,006

    TOTAL, ALL TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS                          5,739,520      558,000   1,216,101   1,401,380   996,151   816,000   751,888    5,181,520


                                                               TOTAL    COMMITTED           FY         FY        FY        FY        FY    FY 2010-14
  PROJECT                                               PROJECT COST      FUNDING      2009/10     2010/11   2011/12   2012/13   2013/14      TOTAL
9 COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
A Target Community Infrastructure Improvements
    Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)                 523,115       307,500    215,615           0         0         0         0       215,615
    Total, Startex Community Infrastructure                  523,115       307,500    215,615           0         0         0         0       215,615

B Affordable Housing and Housing Rehabilitation
    HOME Program                                             447,066        77,747    369,319           0         0         0         0       369,319
    Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)                 527,771       320,271    207,500           0         0         0         0       207,500
    Total, Affordable Housing & Housing Rehab.               974,837       398,018    576,819           0         0         0         0       576,819

C Mayo Community Water System Improvements
   Community Development Block Grante (CDBG)                  66,000            0      66,000           0         0         0         0        66,000
   Total, Mayo Community Water System Expansion               66,000            0      66,000           0         0         0         0        66,000

D Emergency Countywide Infrastructure Repairs
   Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)                   50,000            0      50,000           0         0         0         0        50,000
   Total, Emergency Countywide Infrastructure Rep.            50,000            0      50,000           0         0         0         0        50,000

    TOTAL, ALL COMMUNITY & ECON. DEV. PROJECTS              1,613,952      705,518    908,434           0         0         0         0       908,434




CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                                                  PAGE Q12
                                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                           TOTAL         COMMITTED            FY         FY          FY          FY          FY      FY 2010-14
   PROJECT                                          PROJECT COST           FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14        TOTAL
10 VEHICLE AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT
 A General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equip Replacement
    General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equip. Reserve       4,122,285           805,100     322,028      430,355     621,901     397,901   1,545,000     3,317,185
    Sheriff's Office - Confiscated Assets                 200,000           200,000           0            0           0           0           0             0
    Capital Lease Financing Proceeds                    6,599,711         1,653,357     379,516    2,720,298     938,118     821,176      87,246     4,946,354
    Sale of Property - Vehicles & Capital Equipment     1,187,000           282,000      94,500      366,000     159,500     160,000     125,000       905,000
    Total, General Fund Veh. & Cap. Equip. Fund        12,108,996         2,940,457     796,044    3,516,653   1,719,519   1,379,077   1,757,246     9,168,539

 B Parks & Rec Fund Vehicle and Capital Equip Repl.
    Parks & Recreation Current Revenues                      1,056,177      270,700     225,000      91,875      90,956     129,075     248,571        785,477
    Total, Parks & Rec Vehicle & Capital Equip. Repl.        1,056,177      270,700     225,000      91,875      90,956     129,075     248,571        785,477

 C Solid Waste Fund Vehicle and Capital Equip Repl.
    Solid Waste Fund Vehicle & Cap Equip. Reserve            3,827,860    1,426,400     149,500     764,800     574,600     154,900     757,660      2,401,460
    Sale of Property - Vehicles & Capital Equipment             90,000       90,000           0           0           0           0           0              0
    Total, Solid Waste Vehicle & Capital Equip. Repl.        3,917,860    1,516,400     149,500     764,800     574,600     154,900     757,660      2,401,460

 D Other Funds Vehicle and Capital Equip Repl.
     Community and Economic Development Fund                   49,500             0           0      15,800      10,500           0      23,200         49,500
     SADAC Fund                                                15,600             0           0           0           0      15,600           0         15,600
     Stormwater Fund                                           14,200             0           0           0      14,200           0           0         14,200
     Special Revenue Fund - State C Funds                      23,100        12,500           0      10,600           0           0           0         10,600
     Total, Solid Waste Vehicle & Capital Equip. Repl.        102,400        12,500           0      26,400      24,700      15,600      23,200         89,900

   TOTAL, ALL VEHICLE & CAP EQUIP REPL PROJECTS             17,185,433    4,740,057    1,170,544   4,399,728   2,409,775   1,678,652   2,786,677    12,445,376


                                                                TOTAL    COMMITTED           FY          FY          FY          FY          FY      FY 2010-14
   PROJECT                                               PROJECT COST      FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14        TOTAL
11 PARKS & RECREATION
 A Countywide Trail Development
    Federal Transportation Enhancement Grant                   100,000      100,000           0           0           0           0           0              0
    Hospitality Tax                                            200,000      200,000                       0           0           0           0              0
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                             2,000,000            0    1,000,000    500,000     500,000           0           0      2,000,000
    Total, Countywide Trail Development                      2,300,000      300,000    1,000,000    500,000     500,000           0           0      2,000,000

 B West Spartanburg Regional Park Development
    Hospitality Tax                                            700,000      700,000            0                                              0              0
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                            12,000,000            0    8,000,000   4,000,000          0           0           0     12,000,000
    Total, West Spartanburg Regional Park Dev.              12,700,000      700,000    8,000,000   4,000,000          0           0           0     12,000,000

 D Va-Du-Mar McMillan Regional Park Development
    State of South Carolina - PARD Grant                       150,000      150,000            0           0           0          0           0              0
    Hospitality Tax                                             50,000       50,000            0           0           0          0           0              0
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                             5,000,000            0    1,000,000   2,000,000   2,000,000          0           0      5,000,000
    Total, Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park Development               5,200,000      200,000    1,000,000   2,000,000   2,000,000          0           0      5,000,000

 E Waterway Land Acquisition
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                              500,000            0      500,000           0           0           0           0        500,000
    Total, West Spartanburg Regional Park Dev.                500,000            0      500,000           0           0           0           0        500,000

 F North Spartanburg Regional Sports Complex Rehab
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                             1,300,000           0      700,000     600,000           0           0           0      1,300,000
    Total, N. Spartanburg Regional Complex Rehab             1,300,000           0      700,000     600,000           0           0           0      1,300,000

G Holston Creek Regional Park Development
   Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                               500,000            0            0           0     500,000           0           0        500,000
   Total, Holston Creek Regional Park Dev.                    500,000            0            0           0     500,000           0           0        500,000

 H Regional Indoor Athletic Complex
    Hospitality Tax - COPs Issue                             2,000,000           0     2,000,000          0           0           0           0      2,000,000
    Total, Regional Indoor Athletic Complex                  2,000,000           0     2,000,000          0           0           0           0      2,000,000

   TOTAL, ALL PARKS & RECREATION PROJECTS                   24,500,000    1,200,000   13,200,000   7,100,000   3,000,000          0           0     23,300,000




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                                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                  RECOMMENDED FY 2010-14
            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN SUMMARY
     PROPOSED FUNDING SOURCES WITH APPLICABLE PROJECTS
                                                      COMMITTED           FY          FY          FY          FY          FY        TOTAL
REVENUE SOURCE/PROJECTS                                 FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14   FY 2010-14

9-1-1 PHONE FUND
  9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Replacement             214,000     107,000     107,000     107,000     107,000           0       428,000
  CAD System Replacement                                       0     130,000     130,000     130,000     130,000     130,000       650,000
TOTAL, 9-1-1 PHONE FUND                                  214,000     237,000     237,000     237,000     237,000     130,000     1,078,000

CAPITAL LEASE FINANCING PROCEEDS
 General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equipment Repl.        1,653,357     379,516    2,720,298     938,118     821,176     87,246     4,946,354
 County Network Infrastructure                                 0     128,213       31,637           0     102,000    138,000       399,850
 County Servers and Software Upgrade                           0     110,888      110,888           0      25,000    110,888       357,664
 Desktop and Portable Computer Replacement                     0     373,000      373,000     373,000     373,000    373,000     1,865,000
 TOTAL, CAPITAL LEASE FINANCING PROCEEDS               1,653,357     991,617    3,235,823   1,311,118   1,321,176    709,134     7,568,868

CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND
  Main Detention Facility Expansion                    1,100,000           0           0           0           0           0            0
  Server Environment Upgrade                                   0      94,000           0           0           0           0       94,000
  Evans Building Improvements                            270,000      32,026           0           0           0           0       32,026
TOTAL, CAPITAL PROJECTS RESERVE FUND                   1,370,000     126,026           0           0           0           0      126,026

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG)
 Affordable Housing and Housing Rehabilitation           320,271     207,500           0           0           0           0      207,500
 Mayo Community Water System Improvements                      0      66,000           0           0           0           0       66,000
 Emergency Countywide Infrastructure Repairs                   0      50,000           0           0           0           0       50,000
 Target Community Infrastructure Improvements            307,500     215,615           0           0           0           0      215,615
 TOTAL, CDBG FUNDING                                     627,771     539,115           0           0           0           0      539,115

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND
 Other Funds Vehicle and Capital Equip Replacement            0            0      15,800      10,500           0      23,200       49,500

CSX PROJECT CONTRIBUTION
 Ezell Road Bridge Replacement                                0      130,000           0           0           0           0      130,000
 Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement                      0      100,000           0           0           0           0      100,000
 TOTAL, CSX PROJECT CONTRIBUTION                              0      230,000           0           0           0           0      230,000

FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT GRANT
 Countywide Trail Development                            100,000           0           0           0           0           0            0

GENERAL FUND TRANSFER
 County Network Infrastructure                           147,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 County Servers & Software Upgrade                       197,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing                          750,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance        520,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Countywide Dirt Road Resurfacing                         40,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Detention Facility Repairs and Maintenance              150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     150,000       750,000
 Evans Building Improvements                                   0      17,974      50,000      50,000      50,000      50,000       217,974
 Multi-Modal Transportation Infrastructure               165,000           0           0     100,000     100,000     100,000       300,000
 Countywide Sidewalk Replacement Program                       0           0           0     150,000     150,000     150,000       450,000
 Traffic Calming                                         100,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 TOTAL, GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          2,069,000     167,974     200,000     450,000     450,000     450,000     1,717,974

GENERAL FUND VEHICLE & CAPITAL EQUIP. RESERVE
 General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equipment Repl.          805,100     322,028     430,355     621,901     397,901    1,545,000    3,317,185

GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND - FY 2009/10
 Administration Building Air Cooled Chiller                   0       250,000          0           0           0           0       250,000
 Automatic Gate Replacement @ Detention Facility              0       140,000          0           0           0           0       140,000
 Boiler Replacement @ Courthouse                              0       490,000          0           0           0           0       490,000
 Carbon Dioxide Controllers                                   0        84,000          0           0           0           0        84,000
 County Facilities Parking Lot Repaving                       0       715,000          0           0           0           0       715,000
 County Facilities Stair, Sidewalk & Ramp Repair              0       170,000          0           0           0           0       170,000
 Facility HVAC Controls                                       0       160,000          0           0           0           0       160,000
 Main Detention Facility Expansion Project                    0    20,000,000 15,000,000           0           0           0    35,000,000
 Main Detention Facility Kitchen & Laundry Upgrades           0       197,350          0           0           0           0       197,350
 Main Detention Facility Water Controls                       0       690,000          0           0           0           0       690,000
 Roof Replacement @ Admin. Bldg. & Courthouse                 0       972,000          0           0           0           0       972,000
 TOTAL, GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND - FY 2009/10                  0    23,868,350 15,000,000           0           0           0    38,868,350

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                                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                    RECOMMENDED FY 2010-14
              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN SUMMARY
       PROPOSED FUNDING SOURCES WITH APPLICABLE PROJECTS
                                                             COMMITTED           FY          FY          FY          FY          FY         TOTAL
REVENUE SOURCE/PROJECTS                                        FUNDING       2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14    FY 2010-14

GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND - FY 2011/12
 County Facilities Parking Lot Repaving                              0            0           0     206,000           0           0       206,000
 Evans Building Improvements                                         0            0           0     630,000           0           0       630,000
 TOTAL, GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND - FY 11/12                           0            0           0     836,000           0           0       836,000

HOME PROGRAM
 Affordable Housing and Housing Rehabilitation                   77,747     369,319           0           0           0           0       369,319
 TOTAL, HOME PROGRAM                                             77,747     369,319           0           0           0           0       369,319

HOSPITALITY TAX
 Countywide Trail Development                                   200,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Water Park Development                                               0           0           0           0           0           0             0
 West Spartanburg Regional Park Development                     700,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park Development Phase II                    50,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 TOTAL, HOSPITALITY TAX                                         950,000           0           0           0           0           0             0

HOSPITALITY TAX - COPs ISSUE
 Countywide Trail Development                                        0     1,000,000     500,000     500,000          0           0      2,000,000
 Holston Creek Regional Park Development                             0             0           0     500,000          0           0        500,000
 North Spartanburg Regional Sport Complex Rehab                      0       700,000     600,000           0          0           0      1,300,000
 Regional Indoor Athletic Complex                                    0     2,000,000           0           0          0           0      2,000,000
 Waterway Land Acquisition                                           0       500,000           0           0          0           0        500,000
 West Spartanburg Regional Park Development                          0     8,000,000   4,000,000           0          0           0     12,000,000
 Va-Du-Mar McMillan Regional Park Development                        0     1,000,000   2,000,000   2,000,000          0           0      5,000,000
 TOTAL, HOSPITALITY TAX - COPs ISSUE                                 0    13,200,000   7,100,000   3,000,000          0           0     23,300,000

PARKS & RECREATION CURRENT REVENUES
 Parks & Recreation Vehicle and Capital Equipment Repl.         270,700     225,000      91,875      90,956     129,075     248,571        785,477
 Parks Information Technology Infrastructure                          0     273,000     648,855     386,151      79,000           0      1,387,006
                                                                270,700     498,000     740,730     477,107     208,075     248,571      2,172,483
ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND
 Clark Road Bridge Replacement                                        0            0     995,000           0           0           0       995,000
 Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing                               5,672,000    3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000   3,100,000    15,500,000
 Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance               115,000      325,000     275,000     266,250     293,800     300,000     1,460,050
 Countywide Dirt Road Resurfacing                               201,000      109,000      99,000     107,000     151,000     160,000       626,000
 Double Branch Road Bridge Stabilization                              0      400,000           0           0           0           0       400,000
 Ezell Road Bridge Replacement                                        0    1,020,000           0           0           0           0     1,020,000
 Gin House Road Widening                                              0            0           0           0     480,000           0       480,000
 Hampton Road Bridge Replacement                                      0            0     155,000     900,000           0           0     1,055,000
 Kist Road Bridge Replacement                                         0            0           0           0   1,120,000           0     1,120,000
 Municipal Road Projects                                      1,375,000      775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000     775,000     3,875,000
 Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement                              0      100,000           0           0           0           0       100,000
 Runion Road Bridge Replacement                                       0      110,000     490,000           0           0           0       600,000
 Society Hill Road Improvements                                       0            0      45,000     145,300           0           0       190,300
 Traffic Calming                                                      0       25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000      25,000       125,000
 Westmoreland Road Widening                                           0            0           0     445,000     445,000           0       890,000
 TOTAL, ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND                             7,363,000    5,964,000   5,959,000   5,763,550   6,389,800   4,360,000    28,436,350

SADAC FUND
 Other Funds Vehicle and Captial Equipment Repl.                     0            0           0           0      15,600           0        15,600

SALE OF PROPERTY - VEHICLES & CAP. EQUIP.
 General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equipment Repl.                 282,000      94,500     366,000     159,500     160,000     125,000        905,000
 Solid Waste Fund Vehicle & Capital Equipment Repl.              90,000      10,000      76,000      57,000      15,000      75,000        233,000
 TOTAL, SALE OF PROPERTY                                        372,000     104,500     442,000     216,500     175,000     200,000      1,138,000

SHERIFF'S OFFICE - CONFISCATED ASSETS
 General Fund Vehicle & Capital Equipment Repl.                 200,000           0           0           0           0           0             0

SOLID WASTE FUND VEHICLE & CAP. EQUIP. RESERVE
 Solid Waste Fund Vehicle & Capital Equip. Repl.              1,426,400     139,500     688,800     517,600     139,900     682,660      2,168,460

SOLID WASTE FUND
 Construction & Demolition Landfill Expansion                   100,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Wellford Landfill MSW Disposal                                 150,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 Wellford Methane Recovery Project                            1,000,000           0           0           0           0           0             0
 TOTAL, SOLID WASTE FUND                                      1,250,000           0           0           0           0           0             0

SOLID WASTE REVENUE BOND - FY 2009/10
 Construction & Demolition Landfill Expansion                        0     1,450,000   1,450,000          0           0           0      2,900,000
 Phase VI MSW Cell 2 Construction                                    0       300,000   3,800,000          0           0           0      4,100,000
 Phase V MSW Landfill Closure                                        0     2,300,000   2,500,000          0           0           0      4,800,000
 Recycling Yard Relocation                                           0       317,000           0          0           0           0        317,000
 Wellford Methane Recovery Project                                   0       610,770           0          0           0           0        610,770
 Wellford Landfill MSW Disposal                                      0       200,000           0          0           0           0        200,000
 Wellford Landfill New Office Building and Shop Relocation           0       520,000           0          0           0           0        520,000
 Wellford Landfill Road Improvements                                 0       162,000           0          0           0           0        162,000
 TOTAL, SOLID WASTE REVENUE BOND FY 2009/10                          0     5,859,770   7,750,000          0           0           0     13,609,770



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                                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                    RECOMMENDED FY 2010-14
              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN SUMMARY
       PROPOSED FUNDING SOURCES WITH APPLICABLE PROJECTS
                                                     COMMITTED            FY          FY          FY          FY          FY         TOTAL
REVENUE SOURCE/PROJECTS                                FUNDING        2009/10     2010/11     2011/12     2012/13     2013/14    FY 2010-14

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND - STATE C FUNDS
 Other Funds Vehicle and Capital Equip Replacement       12,500            0      10,600           0           0           0        10,600

STATE C FUNDS
 Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing                        2,076,000    1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000     5,190,000
 Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement                 733,000            0           0           0           0           0             0
 TOTAL, STATE C FUNDS                                  2,809,000    1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000   1,038,000     5,190,000

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA - PARD GRANT
 Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park Development Phase II           150,000            0           0           0           0           0             0

STORMWATER FUND
 Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance       100,000      100,000     125,000     125,000     125,000     125,000        600,000
 County Facilities Parking Lot Repaving                  50,000            0           0           0           0           0              0
 Habitat Way Drainage Improvements                            0      140,000           0           0           0           0        140,000
 Other Funds Vehicle and Capital Equip Replacement            0            0           0      14,200           0           0         14,200
 Stormwater Management Capital Equipment                      0            0     335,300           0           0           0        335,300
 TOTAL, STORMWATER FUND                                 150,000      240,000     460,300     139,200     125,000     125,000      1,089,500


TOTAL, ALL REVENUE SOURCES                            21,870,575   53,895,199 43,308,408 14,618,476 10,497,452      9,511,565   131,831,100




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                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



             FY 2010-14 RECOMMENDED
            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                                  PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS
(NOTE: PROJECTS TITLES IN BOLD HAVE RECEIVED FUNDING OR ARE SCHEDULED TO RECEIVE FUNDING IN FY 2009/10.)

1. County Buildings and Facilities
      A. Main Detention Facility Repairs and Maintenance: This project will provide annual funding to repair
      and replace equipment damaged by inmates or worn out from age at the Spartanburg County Detention
      Facility located at 950 California Avenue. Unplanned repairs to equipment damaged by inmates or
      replacement of equipment at the end of its useful life are necessary expenditures that must be completed
      for safety of the staff, visitors, and inmates at the Detention Facility.

       B. Evans Building Improvements: Improvement projects at the Evans Building including roof
       replacement (complete in FY 2007/08), on-going repairs and maintenance, and water source heat pump
       and boiler replacement.

       C. Boiler Replacement @ County Courthouse: Replace the boilers at the Spartanburg County
       Courthouse, located at 180 Magnolia Street. The Spartanburg County Courthouse boilers are nearing the
       end of their useful life.

       D. Administration Building Air Cooled Chiller: The Spartanburg County Administration Building is
       located at 366 North Church Street. This project will replace the existing Spartanburg County
       Administration Building 250-ton water cooled chiller installed in 1987 with a 250-ton dual circuited air
       cooled chiller.

       E. Roof Replacement @ Admin. Building, Courthouse & ESA: This project will re-roof the remaining
       portions of the Spartanburg County Administration Building and the Spartanburg County Courthouse not
       under warranty. The Administration Building is currently suffering from a large number of roof leaks. The
       Spartanburg County Courthouse roof is leaking as well. The Emergency Services Academy Classroom
       Building roof needs replacement. Replacement of the roof will be more cost effective long term than
       multiple repairs.

       F. Facility HVAC Controls: The project will replace the Spartanburg County Courthouse HVAC control
       system and upgrade the County Administration Building HVAC Control System.              The Spartanburg
       County Courthouse has a pneumatic control system from the 1950s which frequently breaks down. This
       system can be replaced with an electronic control system that will provide more reliable controls and will
       save energy by properly controlling space temperatures.

       G. County Facility Stair, Sidewalk & Ramp Repair: The project is to repair several stairways,
       sidewalks and ramps at the Spartanburg County Courthouse located at 180 Magnolia Street, the Evans
       Building located at 142 South Dean Street, and the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office located at 8045
       Howard Street. A ramp at the parking lot and St. John Street, as close to Magnolia as possible, will
       improve accessibility to the Courthouse.

       H. Automatic Gate Replacement @ Detention Facility: The project is to replace the three automatic
       automobile gates at the Detention Facility. The Spartanburg County Detention Facility is located at 950
       California Avenue. These gates are near the end of their useful life.

       I. Parking Lot Repaving (Admin & Sheriff): The project is to repave the parking lots of the
       Spartanburg County Administration Building located at 366 North Church Street and the Evans Building
       located at 142 South Dean Street. Funding in FY 2009/10 is earmarked for repaving of the County
       Administration Building parking lot. In addition, $100,000 is allocated for landscaping/streetscaping, and


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       $50,000 is earmarked to address stormwater run-off issues in the parking lot. Funding in FY 2011/12 is
       designated for repaving the parking lots at the Evans Building and Sheriff’s Office.

       J. Wellford Landfill New Office Building and Shop Relocation: Construction of a new office building
       located at the Wellford Landfill. Construction of the Phase VI MSW Landfill will require the existing office
       building to be demolished. A new 2,500 – 3,000 square foot office building will be constructed to meet
       the space needs of the Solid Waste staff at the landfill. In addition, the existing maintenance shop will be
       relocated to the site of the new office building.

       K. Main Detention Facility Kitchen & Laundry Upgrade: Since the opening of the jail, no major
       renovations and/or replacement of equipment have occurred in the jail’s kitchen that prepares over 3,000
       meals daily for the facility’s inmates, staff, and the county’s Detoxification Facility. The laundry facility was
       originally designed to provide laundry services for 436 inmates consisting of two (2) industrial washers
       and two (2) industrial dryers. Due to work load, equipment operates 24-hours seven days per week, and
       is nearing the end of its useful life.

       L. Main Detention Facility Water Controls: The project is to replace toilet sink combination fixtures;
       shower fixtures, ADA toilet sink combination fixtures, and provide computerized water controls for all
       fixtures in the existing Spartanburg County Detention Facility located at 950 California Avenue. The
       Spartanburg County Detention Facility is having an increasing number of plumbing problems due to age,
       wear and tear, and inmate abuse.

       M. Carbon Dioxide Controllers: This project will provide funding for the purchase of Carbon Dioxide
       Controllers at selected County facilities. These controllers monitor carbon dioxide levels in the facility and
       introduce outside air only when needed. By limiting the amount of outside air introduced into the HVAC
       system, air temperature levels are more easily maintained, reducing energy consumption of the HVAC
       system.

2. Road and Intersections
       A. Countywide Asphalt Resurfacing: This project will provide funding for asphalt resurfacing on
       county roads on an annual basis. Roads are selected for asphalt resurfacing based on the Overall
       Condition Index (OCI) report each year. Ideally, roads will be resurfaced when the OCI associated with
       the road is between forty-one (41) and fifty-five (55).

       B. Countywide Dirt Road Resurfacing: This project will provide asphalt surfacing of minimum
       maintenance unpaved roads within the county road system. Citizens petition the county to pave the
       roads, and then all necessary right-of-ways must be donated. The roads then go on a waiting list, and
       are completed on a “first come first served” basis when funding is available.

       C. Municipal Road Projects: Funding is allocated to incorporated cities and towns in the county for
       road projects, based on a population distribution formula and number of road miles. Municipalities
       submit funding requests to the County, and requests are reviewed by a municipal road advisory
       committee. Funds are held in escrow for the municipalities. Changes in Road Maintenance Fee
       revenues proportionally affect municipality distribution.

       D. Traffic Calming: This project will provide funding for installation of traffic calming devices at locations
       requested by citizen groups that meet conditions of the traffic calming policy. Citizens may request traffic
       calming in their neighborhoods by making a request, which is evaluated by the Public Works department
       for eligibility. Eligibility is based on traffic volume, average speed, and acceptance by impacted citizens.


       E. Gin House Road Widening: The Gin House Road Widening project will widen approximately 2,400
       feet of road from sixteen (16) to twenty-four (24) feet from Kist Road to the Greer City limits at the new
       Abner Creek Elementary School.




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       F. Westmoreland Road Widening: This project will widen approximately 6,300 feet of the county-owned
       portion of Westmoreland Road from sixteen feet (16’) to twenty-four feet (24’). Widening will occur
       between Brockman McClimon Road to where the City of Greer incorporated area begins.

       G. Society Hill Road Improvements: This project will widen and improve intersections on Society Hill
       Road from Otts Shoals Road to Stone Station Road. This section of road is heavily used by school buses
       going to and from Gable Middle School. Widening the road from eighteen feet (18’) to twenty-four feet
       (24’) will allow school buses and other traffic to pass safely.


3. Bridges
        A. Countywide Bridge & Culvert Repair & Maintenance: This project provides for the replacement
        and repair of bridges and large culverts on County-owned roads.

       B. Double Branch Road Bridge Stabilization: This project will stabilize the Double Branch Road
       Bridge where it crosses Island Creek, approximately 4.2 miles south of the Town of Chesnee. The
       existing bridge needs to be stabilized in order to significantly increase its expected life. Project was
       previously planned as a replacement.

       C. Ezell Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Ezell Road Bridge where it crosses
       the CSX Railroad line. The current bridge is a timber structure that is one of the lowest structurally rated
       bridges in the County. The project will be located near the Chesnee Community and will be partially
       funded by revenues received from CSX.

       D. Runion Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Runion Road Bridge where it
       crosses Holston Creek, approximately 3.8 miles northwest of the Town of Inman. The current bridge is
       approximately thirty-one (31) years old and is not properly aligned with the roadway. It also has a load
       restriction, limiting the vehicles that can utilize it.

       E. Overhead Bridge Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Overhead Bridge Road
       Bridge where it crosses the CSX Railroad line. The current bridge is a timber structure and is not properly
       aligned with the roadway. The project will be financed through committed State C-Funds (funds derived
       from the state gasoline tax), Road Maintenance Fee funds, and revenues received from CSX.

       F. Clark Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Clark Road Bridge where it crosses
       Meadow Creek, approximately three (3) miles east of the Town of Inman. This bridge is on a heavily
       traveled road from Inman to Boiling Springs. It will be replaced with a ninety foot (90’) span.

       G. Hampton Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Hampton Road Bridge where it
       crosses the North Tyger River, approximately 4.5 miles southwest of the Town of Inman. The bridge is
       subject to flooding. The river runs at an angle with the piles catching debris, creating a constant
       maintenance problem. The road is heavily traveled, and if not replaced, will eventually have to be closed
       to heavier traffic.

       H. Kist Road Bridge Replacement: This project will replace the Kist Road Bridge where it crosses
       Abners Creek, approximately seven (7) miles southeast of the City of Greer. The bridge sits in a slight
       curve, and the deck is showing signs of wear due to large truck traffic. In addition, a new school is
       scheduled to be built in this area, increasing traffic flow.

4. Sidewalks & Alternative Transportation
        A. Countywide Sidewalk Replacement Program: This project will replace sections of deteriorated
        sidewalks and curbs and gutters in identified areas of Spartanburg County. In FY 2007/08, $25,000 was
        budgeted to complete an inventory of County sidewalks and develop needs assessment. In FY 2012-
        2014, $150,000 is budgeted annually to complete approximately one (1) mile of sidewalks.

       B. Multi-Modal Transportation Infrastructure: This project will provide funding for infrastructure
       associated with alternative transportation needs (walking, biking, transit, etc.) Opportunities will be


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                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

        identified by the County and strategic partnerships with community and neighborhood associations will be
        formed. These partnerships will allow the County to provide neighborhood connectivity, as well as
        connectivity to schools, shopping and other needs.

5. Solid Waste
        A. Phase V MSW Landfill Closure: This project provides for the final capping and restoration of
        approximately thirty-four (34) acres of closed landfill area. Closure work includes the addition of soil and
        vegetation to the former work area in accordance with requirements of the State Department of Health
        and Environmental Control (DHEC).

        B. Phase VI MSW Cell 2 Construction: This project is part two (Cell 2) of the Phase VI MSW Landfill
        expansion located at the Wellford Landfill. The project involves earthwork, cell construction, and lining of
        ten (10) acres that would be used for the disposal of household waste.

        C. Wellford Landfill MSW Disposal Permitting: This project is located at the Wellford Landfill and
        consists of permitting the remaining acreage available for MSW disposal, which is necessary as the Solid
        Waste Department plans ahead to meet the solid waste disposal needs of Spartanburg County.

        D. Construction & Demolition Landfill Expansion: Expansion of the existing Construction and
        Demolition (C & D) Landfill located at the Wellford Landfill. The existing C & D Landfill is expected to be
        near capacity by the end of FY 2008/09.

        E. Recycling Yard Relocation: Relocation of the current recycling yard located at the Wellford Landfill.
        This project is necessary as the construction of the Phase VI MSW Cell 2 Landfill will be located within
        the property where the existing recycling yard is located.

        F. Wellford Landfill Road Improvements: This project is located at the Wellford Landfill and consists
        of repairing and paving portions of the road inside the landfill. This project is necessary as the road has
        suffered much damage from the weight of loaded trucks entering and exiting the landfill.

        G. Wellford Landfill Methane Recovery: Funding provided for the Wellford Methane Recovery project
        being completed in association with Milliken. Total project cost is estimated at $1.6 million, with $1.0
        million funded from Solid Waste Fund revenues in FY 2008/09 (planning, design, and right of way
        acquisition) and $610,000 funded with a Solid Waste Revenue Bond in FY 09/10 (construction). Costs
        associated with this project will be offset by new revenues received from the sale of methane.


6. Stormwater Management
       A. Habitat Way Drainage Improvements: This project will provide funding for a new drainage line on
       Habitat way. This road currently floods during moderate and heavy rain events, limiting access by
       residents and emergency response vehicles.

        B. Stormwater Management Capital Equipment: This project will provide funding for two (2) pieces of
        capital equipment needed for the County’s Stormwater Management program, as new stormwater MS4
        regulations require additional “Best Management Practices” to be accomplished by the county.

7. Public Safety
        A. Main Detention Facility Expansion: Expansion of the Main Spartanburg County Detention Facility,
        located at 950 California Avenue. Revised Detention Facility Expansion costs are budgeted at a total of
        $46.1 million (of which $1.1 million was appropriated in FY 2007/08). Of that total, $20 million is
        budgeted in FY 2009/10 and funded with a General Obligation Bond. In addition, $15 million will be
        needed in FY 2010/11, and will be funded with a General Obligation Bond. This project will increase the
        capacity of the Main Detention Facility to at least 1,136 beds.


8. Technology



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN                                                                                 PAGE Q20
                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

       A. 9-1-1 System & CPE Upgrade and Replacement: The 9-1-1 System and Call Processing
       Equipment (CPE) is the primary hardware for operations of the 9-1-1 system. The hardware and software
       upgrade and/or replacement of the 9-1-1 System and CPE is scheduled every five (5) years to
       accommodate changing technology.

       B. Computer Aided Dispatch System Replacement: This project request replaces the Computer
       Aided Dispatch (CAD) System hardware and software. The previous system replacement occurred in
       October 2003 and should be replaced every six (6) to seven (7) years.

       C. County Network Infrastructure: Provide funding for network components associated with
       maintaining the county’s level of information sharing and data capacity while keeping it current.

       D. County Servers and Software Upgrade: Provide for servers and software associated with
       maintaining the county’s level of information sharing and data capacity while keeping it current. This is
       accomplished by establishing a scheduled replacement of servers and software that will keep the
       county’s information network viable.

       E. Desktop and Portable Computer Replacement: This project provides for the regular, scheduled
       replacement of all County desktop and portable computers. Units will be replaced approximately every
       four (4) years according to age and condition. This is a newly funded project in FY 2009/10 that will help
       the County to better plan for technology expenditures, assure uniformity in computer equipment, and aid
       the Information Technology Department in servicing equipment.

       F. Server Environment Upgrade: This project provides funding for the acquisition of a self-contained
       server environment with integrated electrical system, air-conditioning system, and fire suppression
       system. The current server environment is a large room with an inefficient 10-ton air conditioning system
       that is past its useful life and suffers from frequent failures, threatening the expensive technology housed
       in this room. The new server environment will reduce service disruption, reduce energy consumption,
       protect the work of County staff, and protect the investment of the citizens of Spartanburg County.

       G. Parks Information Technology Infrastructure: This project provides funding for the establishment
       of a Parks Commission specific network and related components. This network is necessary to support a
       Parks specific financial system, email exchange server, Wide Area Network (WAN) and Voice over
       Internet Protocol (VoIP) system, work order system, etc.


9. Community and Economic Development
      A. Target Community Infrastructure Improvements: This project provides funding for infrastructure
      improvements in the Startex and Arkwright communities. Identified infrastructure improvements include
      water and sewer upgrades, improved roads and sidewalks, recreational opportunities, owner-occupied
      housing rehabilitation, new affordable housing construction, and other infrastructure in the community.

       B. Affordable Housing and Housing Rehabilitation: This project consists of providing affordable
       housing opportunities and owner-occupied housing rehabilitation in Spartanburg County, focusing on
       targeted areas such as Startex and Arkwright communities. All funding for this project is from the Federal
       Home and CDBG programs.

       C. Mayo Community Water System Improvements: This project will provide funding for improvements
       to the water system located in the Mayo Community. This will help to assure that residents have access
       to clean water on a consistent basis.

       D. Emergency Countywide Infrastructure Repairs: Project will provide funding for various
       infrastructure repairs located in Spartanburg County. Repairs may include water system repairs, sidewalk
       repair, etc.




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                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

10. Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement
       A. General Fund Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement: Replacement of General Fund
       vehicles and capital equipment based on an annual replacement schedule. The Spartanburg County
       Sheriff’s Office, Roads and Bridges, and all other General Fund departments are included in this project.

        B. Parks & Recreation Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement: Replacement of Parks and
        Recreation Commission vehicles and capital equipment based on an annual replacement schedule.

        C. Solid Waste Fund Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement: Replacement of Solid Waste
        vehicles and capital equipment based on an annual replacement schedule.

        D. Other Funds Vehicle and Capital Equipment Replacement: Replacement of vehicles and capital
        equipment in funds other than those previously identified based on an annual replacement schedule.

11. Parks and Recreation:
       A. Countywide Trail Development: Provide for the first phase of a trail system to follow the Tyger River
       system on the western side of Spartanburg County. This trail phase is part of a larger connectivity plan to
       join community tourist attractions.

        B. West Spartanburg Regional Park Development: West Spartanburg Regional Park will be situated
        on a 137 acre parcel located between Gano Road and Dillard Road near the Duncan area. Project is
        currently in the planning and engineering stage.

        C. Va-Du-Mar McMillan Regional Park Development: Project will provide for the build-out of this
        existing park located in the Boiling Springs Community. Amenities may include a concession/restroom
        building, tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, etc.

        D. Waterway Land Acquisition: This project will provide for approximately (3) three small parcels of
        land to be purchased along the Tyger River corridor for the purpose of providing access to the proposed
        trail system project.

        E. North Spartanburg Regional Sports Complex Rehab: Provide funding for parking lot repairs and
        upgrades, replacement of the existing concession/restroom facility, lighting upgrades, etc. This facility
        host multiple tournaments annually that bring tourists to Spartanburg County.

        F. Regional Indoor Athletic Complex:              Project will provide for the construction or acquisition of a
        regional indoor athletic facility. The development of the athletic complex will be sufficient to
        accommodate regional indoor athletic tournaments and events (i.e. basketball, volleyball, martial arts,
        etc.) Parks staff is exploring different options regarding new construction or redevelopment of an existing
        facility in the County. The location of the facility has yet to be determined.

        G. Holston Creek Regional Park Development: Holston Creek Regional Park will be placed on a 152
        acre parcel of land located on New Cut Road near the Inman community. This facility will serve the entire
        northern region of the County. Project funding currently provides for planning expenses for the park.




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                                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                                   DEBT SERVICE FUND
This fund is used to account for the accumulation of resources and payment of general obligation and
revenue bond principal and interest. Revenue bond reserves are maintained in this fund. Information
on the Debt Service Fund budget can be found on page O-6.
 FUND NUMBER: 70                                                                  DEBT SERVICE FUND

                                                   FY 05/06     FY 06/07     FY 07/08     FY 08/09     FY 09/10     $ INC/DEC     % INC/DEC
 REVENUES                                           ACTUAL       ACTUAL       ACTUAL      BUDGET       BUDGET       FY10 - 09     FY 10 -09
  Taxes-Current                                    2,849,769    3,527,881    4,307,000    4,378,000    1,726,114    (2,651,886)      -60.6%
  Homestead Exemption                                     0            0      204,621                   200,000       200,000           N/A
  Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                              167,338      221,381      324,802      264,053      200,000        (64,053)      -24.3%
  Delinquent Tax - Fee-In-Lieu Of Taxes                   0       14,270            0            0            0              0         0.0%
  Delinquent Tax - Prior Years                       80,965       90,454       96,338       95,000       95,000              0         0.0%
  Delinquent Tax - Current Year                     149,977      102,011      193,559      129,178      150,000        20,822         16.1%
  Mountainview Nursing Home Reciepts                 12,750       17,000       17,000       17,000       17,000              0         0.0%
  Accommodations Tax - Mem. Auditorium              632,311      645,484      677,785      500,000      600,000       100,000         20.0%
  USC - Upstate (FY 07/08 Bond Issue)                     0            0            0      241,650      242,250           600          0.2%
  Transfers From General Fund                       396,470            0            0            0            0              0         0.0%
  Transfers From Recreation Commission                    0      326,330      326,426      330,252      422,689        92,437         28.0%
  Transfers From County Library                    1,965,927    1,964,062    1,974,682    1,975,500    1,796,999     (178,501)        -9.0%
  Bond Issue Proceeds                             13,145,000           0       90,490            0            0              0         0.0%
  Other                                                   0       40,701       -22,891           0      132,628       132,628           N/A
 REVENUE TOTAL                                   $19,400,506   $6,949,574   $8,189,812   $7,930,633   $5,582,680   ($2,347,953)      -29.6%


 EXPENDITURES
 MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM
  Principal                                         220,000      225,000      230,000      255,000            0      (255,000)      -100.0%
  Interest                                          128,866       26,888       16,650        5,738            0         (5,738)     -100.0%
  Subtoal, Memorial Auditorium                      348,866      251,888      246,650      260,738            0      (260,738)      -100.0%

 GEN. OBLIGATION BOND ISSUES
  Fees - Professional                                84,990       26,432       99,444        8,000       10,000         2,000         25.0%
  Prinicipal                                       3,251,538    3,442,308    3,511,538    3,633,847    1,716,154    (1,917,693)      -52.8%
  Interest                                         1,150,647    1,241,621    1,116,618    1,004,690     885,123      (119,567)       -11.9%
  Advance Refunding Escrow                        13,049,638           0            0            0            0              0         0.0%
  Subtotal, GO Bond Issues                        17,536,814    4,710,361    4,727,601    4,646,537    2,611,277    (2,035,260)      -43.8%

 USC-UPSTATE
  Principal                                               0            0            0      110,000      115,000         5,000          4.5%
  Interest                                                0            0       47,906      131,650      127,250         (4,400)       -3.3%
  Subtotal, USC-Upstate                                   0            0       47,906      241,650      242,250           600          0.2%

 COUNTY LIBRARY
  Principal                                        1,303,462    1,372,692    1,458,462    1,536,154    1,438,847       (97,307)       -6.3%
  Interest                                          507,247      280,934      205,785      128,910       47,718        (81,192)      -63.0%
  Subtotal, County Library                         1,810,708    1,653,626    1,664,247    1,665,064    1,486,565     (178,499)       -10.7%

 CAPITAL LEASE PAYMENTS
  Principal                                               0            0      773,964      992,181     1,151,514      159,333         16.1%
  Interest                                                0            0      123,482      124,463       91,074        (33,389)      -26.8%
  Subtotal, Capital Lease Payments                        0            0      897,446     1,116,644    1,242,588      125,944         11.3%

 TOTAL, DEBT SERVICE FUND EXP.                   $19,696,388   $6,615,874   $7,583,850   $7,930,633   $5,582,680   ($2,347,953)      -29.6%


 FUND BALANCE
  Beginning Fund Balance                            367,773       71,890      405,590     1,011,553    1,011,553
  Add To/(Use Of) Fund Balance                     (295,883)     333,700      605,963            0     (132,628)
 YEAR END FUND BALANCE                              $71,890     $405,590    $1,011,553   $1,011,553    $878,925




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                                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                 Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                 Ratios of Outstanding Debt by Type
                                                        Last Ten Fiscal Years

                                                                          Primary Government
                                (1)                                                                              Ratio of         Ratio of
                                Per          (2)          General                                                Debt to           Debt to
 Fiscal          (1)           Capita     Assessed       Obligation       Capital    Revenue         Total      Assessed Debt per Personal
  Year        Population      Income       Value          Bonds           Leases      Bonds          Debt         Value   Capita  Income

  1999        249,231          21,968    $714,763,552    $49,885,000      $241,860   $3,035,000   $53,161,860    7.44%     213     0.97%
  2000        251,886          23,045    739,856,260     59,400,000        526,502   2,310,000    62,236,502     8.41%     247     1.07%
  2001        254,415          24,329    748,767,792     55,430,000         76,195   1,660,000    57,166,195     7.63%     225     0.92%
  2002        256,766          24,576    762,675,757     50,915,000              -   1,085,000    52,000,000     6.82%     203     0.82%
  2003        259,117          25,184    774,327,060     46,125,000              -     510,000    46,635,000     6.02%     180     0.71%
  2004        260,972          25,278    836,470,926     46,585,000        718,590            -   47,303,590     5.66%     181     0.72%
  2005        262,872          26,057    861,839,686     42,995,000        525,371            -   43,520,371     5.05%     166     0.64%
  2006        265,669          27,179    878,184,198     39,045,000        330,600            -   39,375,600     4.48%     148     0.55%
  2007        269,902          28,261    894,174,357     34,005,000      3,404,319            -   37,409,319     4.18%     139     0.49%
  2008        275,534          29,396    916,272,291     32,085,000      3,309,225            -   35,394,225     3.86%     128     0.44%


(1) U.S. Census Bureau of Economic Analysis      www.bea.gov (CA1-3) & www.census.gov

(2) From Table 4.

                                              Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                           Ratio of Annual Debt Service Expenditures
                                        to Total General Governmental Expenditures (2)
                                                      Last Ten Fiscal Years
                                               (1)                                          Total                     Ratio of
                           Gross              Hospital                 Net                 General                 Debt Service to
     Fiscal                 Debt               Debt                    Debt              Governmental           General Governmental
      Year                 Service            Service                 Service            Expenditures               Expenditures

     1999               $ 6,712,841          $    366,963         $     6,345,878       $ 103,669,854                    6.1%
     2000                   7,488,203                     0             7,488,203          120,355,839                   6.2%
     2001                   8,388,317                     0             8,388,317          123,694,346                   6.8%
     2002                   8,157,424                     0             8,157,424          121,371,255                   6.7%
     2003                   8,133,651                     0             8,133,651          116,073,802                   7.0%
     2004                   8,032,257                     0             8,032,257          128,117,051                   6.3%
     2005                   6,813,526                     0             6,813,526          127,000,138                   5.4%
     2006                   8,740,565                     0             8,740,565          138,139,869                   6.3%
     2007                   6,743,461                     0             6,743,461          145,439,348                   4.6%
     2008                   7,583,849                     0             7,583,849          167,311,975                   4.5%



  (1) The County Hospital is a separate reporting unit.
     This column reflects all payments made by the County for Hospital debt
     which is included in the Gross Debt Service amounts.

  (2) Includes General, Special Revenue, Debt Service, Capital Project,
     and Expendable Trust Funds



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                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                            Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                      Computation of Direct and Overlapping Bonded Debt
                                  General Obligation Bonds
                                         June 30, 2008
                                                                                          Ratio of
                                                      Net General                      G. O. Bonded
                                                       Obligation                         Debt to
                                                      Bonded Debt       Assessed         Assessed
       Jurisdiction                                   Outstanding        Value              Value
 _________________________________                   ____________      ___________    _____________

 Direct:
           Spartanburg County                          $32,085,000     $950,388,021         3.38%

 Overlapping subdivisions (100%):
       Municipalities:
              Spartanburg                                  820,000      125,015,781         0.66%
              Greer                                      5,133,500       17,437,119        29.44%
       School Districts:
              District 1                                72,950,000       77,305,403        94.37%
              District 2                                 5,635,000      143,527,263         3.93%
              District 3                                         0       53,254,320         0.00%
              District 4                                 2,000,000       40,042,232         4.99%
              District 5                                13,525,000      160,929,325         8.40%
              District 6                                 8,300,000      217,853,142         3.81%
              District 7                                51,034,000      178,024,695        28.67%
       Special Purpose Districts:
              Arkwright Fire                               475,000        4,838,903         9.82%
              Boiling Springs Fire                         186,703       49,803,624         0.37%
              Camp Croft Fire                              440,086       28,318,336         1.55%
              Gowansville Fire                                   0        3,143,115         0.00%
              Hilltop Fire                                 585,000       13,056,163         4.48%
              Pelham-Batesville Fire                       850,000       11,535,087         7.37%
              Roebuck Fire                                 600,000       26,666,732         2.25%
              Spartanburg Metro sub District B             481,985        6,391,569         7.54%
              Westview-Fairforest Fire                   1,838,966       76,966,796         2.39%
              SJWD Water                                 3,920,000      135,676,108         2.89%
              Spartanburg Sanitary Sewer                29,085,000      526,425,964         5.52%
              Woodruff-Roebuck Water                     2,362,686       60,271,210         3.92%
                                                     ___________
           Total overlapping debt                     200,222,926
                                                     ___________

 Total direct and overlapping debt                    $232,307,926

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               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




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                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
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            APPENDIX A
         AUTHORIZED COUNTY
             STAFFING




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                    PAGE AA1
                                     SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                   FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
                                            GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 10 - 09       FTE
COUNTY COUNCIL (09103)
County Council Chairman                     Elected         1        1        1        1       1        0        0.50
County Council Members                      Elected         6        6        6        6       6        0        1.50
Clerk to the County Council                   49            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, COUNTY COUNCIL                                       8        8        8        8       8        0        3.00
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COUNTY DELEGATION (09100)                   GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Chief Administrative Assistant                82            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, COUNTY DELEGATION                                    1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (09110)                GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 10 - 09       FTE
County Administrator                         Appt.          1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Assistant County Administrator                93            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
*Assistant County Administrator               93            1        1        1        1       1        0        0.85
Secretary to the County Administrator         48            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Other Positions                              N/A            1        0        0        0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR                                 5        4        4        4       4        0        3.85
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
LEGAL SERVICES (09113)                      GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
County Attorney                             Unclass         1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Assistant County Attorney                   Unclass         2        1        1       1        1        0        0.75
Administrative Secretary                    Unclass         2        2        2       2        2        0        1.50
Administrative Assistant                    Unclass         1        1        1       1        1        0        0.75
TOTAL, LEGAL SERVICES                                       6        5        5       5        5        0        4.00
TOTAL, COUNTY LEADERSHIP                                   20       18       18      18       18        0       11.85
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COUNTY AUDITOR (09150)                      GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 10 - 09       FTE
Auditor                                     Elected         1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy Auditor                                86            1        1        1       1        2        1        2.00
Chief Administrative Assistant                82            0        0        0       1        0       (1)       0.00
Administrative Assistant                      45            2        5        5       4        4        0        4.00
Tax Listing Clerk                             45            0        0        0       0        7        7        7.00
Sr. Property Data Technician                  43            9        7        7       7        0       (7)       0.00
Other Positions                              N/A            1        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, AUDITOR                                             14       14       14      14       14        0       14.00
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
TREASURER (09153)                           GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Treasurer                                   Elected         1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy Treasurer                              86            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Chief Administrative Assistant                82            0        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Accountant                                    82            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Administrative Assistant                      45            0        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Accounting Technician                         45            1        3        3       3        3        0        3.00
Senior Account Clerk                          43           12        9        9       9        9        0        9.00
Other Positions                              N/A            0        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, TREASURER                                           16       18       18      18       18        0       18.00




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                             PAGE AA2
                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE (09159)                     GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 10 - 09       FTE
County Assessor                                 90          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Appraisal/Reassessment Director                 86          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Chief CAD Coordinator                           84          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Chief Commercial Appraiser                      84          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Chief Administrative Assistant                  82          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Commercial Appraiser                            48          4       4        4       4       4        0        4.00
Mobile Home Division Supervisor                 49          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Residential Certified Senior Appraiser          49          3       2        2       3       3        0        3.00
Administrative Assistant                        45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Office Operations Supervisor                    48          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior GIS Cadastral Specialist                 46          2       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Cadastral Specialist                     45          3       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
Residential Licensed Appraiser                  46         11      10       10       9       8       (1)       8.00
Residential Apprentice Appraiser                45          0       0        0       0       1        1        1.00
Mobile Home Agent                               45          1       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
Administrative Secretary                        43          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Sr. Property Data Technician                    45          0       0        0       0       5        5        5.00
Property Data Technician                        43          0       0        0       0       4        4        4.00
Tax Listing Clerk Assistant                     40          5       9        9       9       0       (9)       0.00
GIS Cadastral                                   44          2       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
Office Assistant                                40          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Other Positions                                N/A          5       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, ASSESSOR'S OFFICE                                   43      42       42      42      42        0       42.00
                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
DELINQUENT TAX (09165)                        GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Tax Collector                                   90          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Accounting Supervisor                           84          0       0        0       1       1        0        0.75
Senior Administrative Assistant                 46          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Code Enforcement Officer                        46          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Account Clerk                            43          3       3        3       4       4        0        4.00
Account Clerk                                               1       1        1       0       0        0        0.00
Other Positions                                N/A          1       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, DELINQUENT TAX                                       7       7        7       8       8        0        7.75
TOTAL, TAX COLLECTION                                      80      81       81      82      82        0       81.75




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                           PAGE AA3
                                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
SHERIFF'S OFFICE (09300)                        GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Sheriff                                         Elected       1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Major                                             72          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Captain                                           70          5       5        5       5       5        0        5.00
Lieutenant                                        68         15      16       16      16      16        0       16.00
Chaplain                                          50          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Sergeant                                          67         36      37       37      38      38        0       38.00
Sergeant/Records Supervisor                       67          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Bomb Technician                                   67          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Master Deputy                                     66         68      80       80      88     101       13      101.00
Senior Detective                                  66         12      11       11      11      13        2       13.00
Detective                                         65         26      26       26      24      21       (3)      21.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                   46          3       3        3       3       3        0        3.00
Deputy I-IV                                      62-65      123     109      112     114     104      (10)     104.00
   Deputy I (18 Positions)                                                                              0
   Deputy II (36 Positions)                                                                             0
   Deputy III (42 Positions)                                                                            0
   Deputy IV (8 Positions)                                                                              0
Code Enforcement Officer                          46          0       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
Victim Witness Counselor                          48          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Administrative Assistant                          45          1       1        1       2       2        0        2.00
Victim Witness Advocate                           45          1       1        1       2       2        0        2.00
Constable                                       Unclass       4       4        4       4       4        0        1.00
Administrative Secretary                          43          6       6        6       6       6        0        6.00
Senior Data Entry Operator                                    1       1        1       0       0        0        0.00
Data Entry Operator                               41         12      12       12      12      12        0       12.00
Other Positions                                  N/A          0       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, SHERIFF'S OFFICE                                     318     320      323     333     335        2      332.00
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
DETENTION FACILITY (09310)                      GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director, Detention Facility                      90          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Captain                                           70          4       4        4       4       4        0        4.00
Nursing Supervisor                                85          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Registered Nurse                                  50          3       0        0       1       2        1        2.00
Lieutenant                                        68          3       0        0       3       3        0        3.00
*Sergeant                                         67         10      12       12      10      10        0        9.50
Corporal                                          65          7       7        7       7       7        0        7.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                   46          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
L.P. Nurse                                        45          6       9        9       8       7       (1)       7.00
Detention Officer I - III                        62-64      117     118      118     116     116        0      115.50
Detention Officer I (49 Positions)                                                                      0
Detention Officer II (30 Positions)                                                                     0
Detention Officer III (37 Positions)                                                                    0
Administrative Assistant                                      0       1        1       0       0        0        0.00
Food Service Manager                              43          1       1        1       1       1        0         1.00
Vicitm / Witness Advocate                         45          0       0        0       1       1        0         1.00
Administrative Secretary                          43          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Data Record Technician III                                    0       1        1       0       0        0        0.00
Booking/Records Technician                        43         17      17       17      17      17        0       17.00
Secretary                                         41          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Food Service Worker                               41          7       7        7       7       7        0        7.00
TOTAL, DETENTION FACILITY                                   180     182      182     180     180        0      179.00




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                             PAGE AA4
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
CORONER (09305)                            GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Coroner                                    Elected         1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Chief Investigator                           64            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Investigator                                 62            3        4        4        4       4        0        4.00
Senior Administrative Assistant              46            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Secretary                                                  0        0        0        0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, CORONER                                             6        7        7        7       7        0        7.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (09556)               GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Coordinator, Emergency Management            85            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Senior Research Analyst                      48            0        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Asst. Director, Emergency Mgmt.              83            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT                                2        3        3        3       3        0        3.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
HAZ MAT TEAM (09557)                       GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Fire Marshall                                85            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, HAZ MAT TEAM                                        1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
EMERGENCY SERV. ACADEMY (ESA) (09551)      GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director, ESA                                85            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Asst. Director, ESA                          83            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, ESA                                                 2        2        2        2       2        0        2.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COMMUNICATIONS COUNTY (09238)              GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Office Assistant                             40            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS - CO.                                1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE (09236)         GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Assistant Director                           83            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Supervisor/Radio Maintenance                 47            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Radio Technician                             44            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE                          3        3        3        3       3        0        3.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COMMUNICATIONS OPERATIONS (09237)          GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director, Office of Emer. Services           91            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy Director                              86            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Shift Supervisor                             48            4        4        4       4        4        0        4.00
Technical Support Specialist                 46            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
CAD/Data System Technician                   47            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Senior Administrative Assistant              46            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Assistant Shift Supervisor                   47            4        4        4       4        4        0        4.00
Telecommunicator I-III                      44-46         40       38       38      47       45       (2)      41.10
    Telecommunicator I - (8 Positions)                                                                 0
    Telecommunicator II - (29 Positions)                                                               0
    Telecommunicator III - (8 Positions)                                                               0
CAD/GEO File Technician                      47            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
9-1-1 Operator                               43           13       15       15       8       10        2       10.00
TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS OPS.                                67       67       67      69       69        0       65.10




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                            PAGE AA5
                                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT (09415)               GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
*Director of Environmental Enforcement           90           1       1        1       1       1        0        0.50
Assist Environment Enoforcement Director         84           0       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
Maintenance Inspector                            46           0       3        3       3       0       (3)       0.00
Senior Animal Control Officer                    63           0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Property Maintenance Officer                     46           0       0        0       1       1        0        1.00
Code Enforcement Officer                         46           0       0        0       1       4        3        4.00
Animal Control Officer                           61           6       5        5       5       5        0        5.00
*Administrative Secretary                        43           0       2        2       2       3        1        2.50
Secretary                                        41           0       1        1       1       0       (1)       0.00
Other Positions                                  N/A          2       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, ENVIRON. ENFORCEMENT                                   9      13       13      15      15        0       14.00
TOTAL, PUBLIC SAFETY                                        589     599      602     614     616        2      607.10
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
CLERK OF COURT (09250)                          GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Clerk of Court                                  Elected       1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Assistant Clerk of Court                          86          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Accounting Supervisor                             84          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Chief Administrative Assistant                    82          2       2        2       3       3        0        3.00
Senior Accountant                                 83          0       1        1       1       1        0        0.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                   46          1       1        1       2       2        0        2.00
Administrative Assistant                          45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Deputy Court Clerk                         44          2       2        2       3       3        0        3.00
Deputy Court Clerk                                43          6       7        7       9       9        0        9.00
Accounting Technician                             45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Account Clerk                              43          4       4        4       4       4        0        4.00
Child Enforcement Clerk                           43          5       4        4       4       4        0        4.00
Senior Court Clerk                                41         15      15       15      14      14        0       14.00
Bailiff                                           N/A        12      12       12      14      14        0        7.00
Other Positions                                   N/A         1       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, CLERK OF COURT                                        53      53       53      59      59        0       51.00
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
CIRCUIT SOLICITOR (09268)                       GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Principal Deputy Solicitor                        86          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Deputy Solicitor                                  86          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Assistant Solicitor I-III                        83-85       23      23       24      20      24        4       23.63
    Assistant Solicitor I (12 Positions)
    Assistant Solicitor II (6 Positions)
    Assistant Solicitor III (6 Positions)
Administrator                                     85          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Public Information Officer                        49          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Chief Administrative Assistant                    82          0       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Criminal Investigator                      66          5       6        5       5       6        1        6.00
Criminal Investigator                             65          2       1        1       5       2       (3)       2.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                   46          2       2        2       1       1        0        1.00
Worthless Check Program Coordinator               48          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Administrative Assistant                          45          1       1        3       3       3        0        3.00
Paralegal                                         46          4       5        4       5       4       (1)       4.00
Victim Witness Advocate                           45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Administrative Secretary                          43         10       9        5       8       8        0        8.00
Data Entry Operator                               41          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Other Positions                                  N/A          1       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, CIRCUIT SOLICITOR                                     55      55       52      55      56        1       55.63



APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                             PAGE AA6
                                        SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                      FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
MAGISTERIAL COURT (09265)                      GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Chief Magistrate                                Appt.          1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Magistrate                                      Appt.         11       11       11      11       11        0       11.00
Court Administrator                              85            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Senior Magistrate Court Coordinator              48            4        4        4       4        4        0        4.00
Magistrate Court Coordinator                     45            4        4        4       4        4        0        4.00
Administrative Assistant                         45            3        3        4       4        4        0        4.00
Constable                                        61            6        6        6       6        6        0        6.00
Administrative Secretary                         43            6        6        6       6        6        0        6.00
Court Clerk                                      40            8        8       10      10       10        0        4.00
Secretary                                        41            2        2        2       2        2        0        1.25
Other Positions                                 N/A            0        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, MAGISTERIAL COURT                                      46       46       49      49       49        0       42.25
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES (09264)                   GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Magistrate                                     Unclass         8        8        8       8        8        0        4.00
Constable                                        61            8        8        8       8        8        0        2.00
Court Clerk                                      40            4        4        4       4        4        0        1.00
TOTAL, DISTRICT MAGISTRATES                                   20       20       20      20       20        0        7.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
MASTER IN EQUITY (09259)                       GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Master In Equity                               Unclass         1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Sr. Administrative Assistant                     46            0        0        0        1       1        0        1.00
Administrative Assistant                         45            1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Court Reporter                                   46            2        2        2        2       2        0        2.00
Accounting Technician                                          1        1        1        0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, MASTER IN EQUITY                                        5        5        5        5       5        0        5.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
PROBATE COURT (09256)                          GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Probate Judge                                  Elected         1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Associate Probate Judge                          86            2        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Probate Court Administrator                      84            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Commitment Division Court Supervisor             83            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy Probate Clerk                             48            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Probate Court Coordinator                        47            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Estate Clerk Specialist II                       47            2        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Probate Court Reporter                           45            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Estate Clerk Specialist I                        45            4        4        4       4        4        0        4.00
Probate Account Technician                       44            0        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Probate Court Clerk                              43            3        3        3       3        3        0        3.00
Other Positions                                 N/A            0        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, PROBATE COURT                                          17       18       18      18       18        0       18.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
PUBLIC DEFENDER (09262)                        GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Public Defender                                Unclass         1        1        1       1        0       (1)       0.00
Senior Assistant Public Defender                 85            7        7        7       6        9        3        7.80
Assistant Public Defender                        84            8        8        8       9        6       (3)       4.35
Court Coordinator                                85            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Senior Investigator                              47            0        1        1       2        1       (1)       1.00
Investigator                                     46            2        1        1       0        1        1        1.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                  46            1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Interviewer/Screener                             43            1        1        1       2        2        0        2.00
Secretary                                        41            1        1        1       2        2        0        2.00
TOTAL, PUBLIC DEFENDER                                        22       22       22      24       23       (1)      20.15




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                                PAGE AA7
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC       FY09/10
ADULT PRE-TRIAL INTERVENTION (09269)         GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09           FTE
Intervention Coordinator                       84          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
Counselor III                                  82          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
Counselor II                                   81          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
Administrative Secretary                       43          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
TOTAL, ADULT PRE-TRIAL INTER.                              4        4        4         4        4         0        4.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC       FY09/10
JUVENILE PRE-TRIAL INTERVENTION (09270)      GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09           FTE
Counselor II                                   81          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
Counselor I                                    80          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
TOTAL, JUV. PRE-TRIAL INTER.                               2        2        2         2        2         0        2.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC       FY09/10
VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM (09267)               GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09           FTE
Victim Witness Counselor                       48          2        2        2         2        2         0        2.00
Victim Witness Advocate                        45          1        1        1         1        1         0        1.00
TOTAL, VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM                              3        3        3         3        3         0        3.00
TOTAL, JUDICIAL                                          227      228      228       239      239         0      208.03
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC       FY09/10
PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION (09404)          GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09           FTE
*Director of Public Works                      91          1        1        1         1        1         0        0.50
*Director of Operations                        86          1        1        1         1        1         0        0.70
TOTAL, PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION                         2        2        2         2        2         0        1.20
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC       FY09/10
PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING (09401)             GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09           FTE
*County Engineer                               90          1        1        1         1        1         0        0.50
*Development Coordinator                       50          1        1        1         1        1         0        0.50
*Engineering Coordinator                       49          0        0        0         1        1         0        0.50
Engineering Technician                         47          4        4        4         3        3         0        3.00
Other Positions                               N/A          0        0        0         0        0         0        0.00
TOTAL, PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING                            6        6        6         6        6         0        4.50
                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10   INC/DEC    FY09/10
ROADS AND BRIDGES (09405)                        GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09         FTE
Roads and Bridges Manager                           85        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Construction Project Coordinator                    48        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Resurfacing Coordinator                             48                          0      1      1        0           1.00
Senior Administrative Assistant                     46        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Bridge Crew Supervisor                              48        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Sign/Marking Supervisor                             48        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Administrative Assistant                            45        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Crew Supervisor                                     48        7        7        7      7      7        0           7.00
Engineering Technician                              47        2        2        2      1      1        0           1.00
Paralegal                                           46        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Senior Bridge Technician                            46        2        2        2      2      2        0           2.00
Bridge Technician                                   45        2        2        2      2      2        0           2.00
Senior Sign/Marking Technician                      45        3        3        3      3      3        0           3.00
*Administrative Secretary                           43        0        0        0      0      0        0           0.33
Sign/Marking Technician                             42        1        1        1      1      1        0           1.00
Motor Equipment Operator I, II, III, IV           40-47      36       35       35     36     36        0          36.00
    Motor Equipment Operator I ( 1 Position)
    Motor Equipment Operator III (1 Position)
    Construction Equipment Operator I (10 Pos.)
    Construction Equipment Operator II (12 Pos.)
    Motor Equipment Operator IV (12 Positions)
Site Monitor/Landfill                                         0        1        1      0      0        0           0.00
Other Positions                                    N/A        1        0        0      0      0        0           0.00
TOTAL, ROADS AND BRIDGES                                     61       60       60     60     60        0          60.33
TOTAL, PUBLIC WORKS                                          69       68       68     68     68        0          66.03


APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                               PAGE AA8
                                         SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                       FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT (09183)                GRADE    FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Planning and Development Director                              1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Transportation Planning Manager                   84           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy Director/Planning                          86           0        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Planning Program Supervisor                       85           2        1        1       1        0       (1)       0.00
Senior Planner                                    84           2        2        2       2        4        2        4.00
Air Quality and Environmental Issues Manager     TBD           0        0        0       1        1        0        1.00
Planner                                           82           2        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Code Enforcement Officer                          46           2        2        2       1        1        0        1.00
Development Coordinator                           46           2        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Planning Tech                                     45           1        1        1       1        3        2        3.00
Geographic File Technician                                     0        0        1       0        0        0        0.00
GIS Technician                                    45           2        2        2       1        0       (1)       0.00
Administrative Secretary                          43           2        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Other Positions                                  N/A           1        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT                                 18       16       17      15       17        2       17.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
BUILDING CODES (09133)                          GRADE    FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director of Building Codes                        90           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Assistant Director of Building Codes              86           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Permit Administrator                              85           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Plans Review Coordinator                          46           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Code Enforcement Officer                          46          14       11       11      11       11        0       11.00
Administrative Secretary                          43           2        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Permit Clerk                                      43           6        5        5       5        5        0        5.00
Other Positions                                  N/A           0        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, BUILDING CODES                                         26       21       21      21       21        0       21.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
OUTSIDE AGENCIES (09625)                        GRADE    FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Soil & Water - Administrative Secretary           43           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
TOTAL, OUTSIDE AGENCIES                                        1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
TOTAL, PLANNING AND LAND USE                                  45       38       39      37       39        2       39.00
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
REGISTRATION AND ELECTIONS (09123)              GRADE    FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Registration Board Chairman                      Appt.         1        1        1       1        1        0        0.20
Registration Board Members                       Appt.         2        2        2       2        2        0        0.40
Election Board Chairman                          Appt.         1        1        1       1        1        0        0.20
Election Board Members                           Appt.         3        3        3       3        3        0        0.60
Director of Registration and Elections           Appt.         1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Asst. Director, Registration and Elections        48           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Voting Systems Technician                         43           0        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
Deputy IV                                         45           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Deputy III                                        44           1        1        1       1        2        1        2.00
Deputy II                                         42           3        3        3       3        2       (1)       0.75
Deputy I                                          41           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
Other Positions                                  N/A           2        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
TOTAL, REGISTRATION AND ELECT.                                17       17       17      17       17        0       10.15
                                                                                    FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
HUMAN RESOURCES (09116)                         GRADE    FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director of Human Resources                       91           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Asst. Director of Human Resources                 86           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Benefits Specialist                               48           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
HR Assistant I                                    45           1        2        2        2       1       (1)       1.00
HR Assistant II                                   46           0        0        0        0       1        1        1.00
Other Positions                                  N/A           2        0        0        0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, HUMAN RESOURCES                                         6        5        5        5       5        0        5.00



APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                                PAGE AA9
                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
BUDGET MANAGEMENT (09111)                    GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 10 - 09      FTE
Director of Budget Management                  91          1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Program Evaluation Manager                     84          0        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Risk Manager                                   86          0        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Budget Analyst                                 83          1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
TOTAL, BUDGET MANAGEMENT                                   2        4        4        4       4        0       4.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
FINANCE (09168)                              GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Finance Director                               91          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Deputy Finance Director                        86          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Senior Accountant                              83          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Accounting/Payroll Specialist                  49          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Property Coordinator                           46          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Accounting Technician                          45          1        2        2       2        2        0       2.00
Accounts Payable Clerk                         43          3        3        3       3        3        0       3.00
Other Positions                               N/A          1        0        0       0        0        0       0.00
TOTAL, FINANCE                                            10       10       10      10       10        0      10.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
INTERNAL AUDITOR (09156)                     GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Internal Auditor                               90          1        1        1        1       1        0       0.75
Staff Auditor                                  83          2        2        2        2       2        0       2.00
Other Positions                               N/A          0        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
TOTAL, INTERNAL AUDITOR                                    3        3        3        3       3        0       2.75
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
REGISTER OF DEEDS (09120)                    GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Director, Register of Deeds                    90          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Asst. Director, Register of Deeds              49          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Administrative Assistant                       45          0        0        0       1        1        0       1.00
Deputy Register of Deeds                       47          2        2        2       2        2        0       2.00
Records Center Manager                         46          0        0        1       1        1        0       1.00
Mail Room Coordinator                          44          0        0        1       1        1        0       1.00
Senior Account Clerk                           43          2        2        2       2        2        0       2.00
Data Record Technician III                     43          6        6        6       8        8        0       7.25
Account Clerk                                  40          1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
Records Operator                               42          0        0        2       2        2        0       2.00
Data Record Technician II                      42          1        1        1       2        2        0       2.00
Data Record Technician I                                   3        2        2       0        0        0       0.00
TOTAL, REGISTER OF DEEDS                                  17       16       20      22       22        0      21.25
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
RECORDS MANAGEMENT                           GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Records Center Manager                                     1        1        0        0       0        0       0.00
Mail Room Coordinator                                      1        1        0        0       0        0       0.00
Records Operator                                           2        2        0        0       0        0       0.00
Other Positions                                            0        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
TOTAL, RECORDS MANAGEMENT                                  4        4        0        0       0        0       0.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
PURCHASING (09171)                           GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Administrative Services Director               91          1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Procurement Agent                              48          0        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Administrative Assistant                       45          0        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
Other Positions                               N/A          2        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
TOTAL, PURCHASING                                          3        3        3        3       3        0       3.00




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                        PAGE AA10
                                       SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                     FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (09163)              GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Director of Information Technologies            91          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Application Development Manager                 85          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Technical Services Manager                      85          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Programmer/Analyst                              84          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Technical Support Specialist                    48          2       3        3       3       3        0       3.00
Programmer                                                  0       1        1       0       0        0       0.00
Help Desk Coordinator                           47          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Technical Support Technician                    45          2       0        0       3       3        0       3.00
Other Positions                                N/A          1       0        0       0       0        0       0.00
TOTAL, INFO. TECHNOLOGIES                                  10       9        9      11      11        0      11.00
                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
GEOGRAPHIC INFO. SYS. (09164)                 GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
GIS Director                                    90          0       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Senior GIS Analyst                              49          0       2        2       2       2        0       2.00
Planner                                         82          0       1        1       1       0       (1)      0.00
GIS Analyst                                     47          0       2        2       2       3        1       3.00
CAD/GEO File Technician                         47          0       0        0       1       0       (1)      0.00
GIS Technician                                              0       0        0       1       0       (1)      0.00
TOTAL, GIS                                                  0       6        6       8       6       (2)      6.00
                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE (09607)                GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Facilities Maintenance Manager                 85           1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Sr. Building Maintenance Superintendent        84           0       1        1       1       2        1       2.00
Building Maintenance Superintendent            83           3       3        3       3       2       (1)      2.00
Asst. Building Maintenance Superintendent      48           2       1        1       1       2        1       2.00
Senior Building Maintenance Mechanic           47           7       7        7       7       6       (1)      6.00
Building Maintenance Mechanic                  46           4       5        5       5       5        0       5.00
Other Positions                                N/A          2       0        0       0       0        0       0.00
TOTAL, FACILITIES MAINTENANCE                              19      18       18      18      18        0      18.00
TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SUPPORT                                 91      95       95     101      99       (2)     91.15
                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
VETERANS AFFAIRS (09129)                      GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Veterans Affairs Director                     Appt.         1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Assistant Veterans Affairs Officer             49           1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Eligibility Specialist                         44           2       2        2       2       2        0       2.00
Secretary                                      41           0       0        0       1       1        0       1.00
TOTAL, VETERANS AFFAIRS                                     4       4        4       5       5        0       5.00
                                                                               FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
INDIGENT CARE SERVICES (09503)                GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Supervisor                                      82          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
Eligibility Officer                             44          2       2        2       2       2        0       2.00
Office Assistant                                40          1       1        1       1       1        0       1.00
TOTAL, INDIGENT CARE SERVICES                               4       4        4       4       4        0       4.00
TOTAL, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES                            8       8        8       9       9        0       9.00
                                                                      FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
PARKS AND RECREATION                          GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09         FTE
Administration                                              4        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Athletics                                                   4        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
City Centers                                                0        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
County Centers                                             33        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Cleveland Park                                             13        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Park Maintenance                                           22        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Pools                                                       0        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Projects                                                    1        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Soccer Complex                                              2        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
Swim Center                                                 0        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
TOTAL, PARKS AND RECREATION                                79        0       0        0       0       0        0.00
TOTAL, GENERAL FUND                                     1,208    1,135   1,139    1,168   1,170       2    1,113.91

APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                           PAGE AA11
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                   FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ROAD MAINTENANCE FEE FUND                       GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Motor Equipment Operator IV                      47           6        6        6        6       6        0        6.00
TOTAL, ROAD MAINT. FEE FUND                                   6        6        6        6       6        0        6.00
                                                                                   FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT                           GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Environmental Engineer                                        1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
Engineering Technician                           47           2        2        2        2       2        0        2.00
*Administrative Secretary                        43           0        1        1        1       1        0        0.33
*Engineering Coordinator                         49           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
*Development Coordinator/Eng                     50           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
*County Engineer                                 90           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
Other Positions                                  N/A          0        0        0        0       0        0        0.00
TOTAL, STORMWATER MGMT.                                       3        4        4        4       4        0        4.83
                                                                                   FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
SOLID WASTE MGMT. FUND                          GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Administration (09400)
  Solid Waste Manager                            85           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
  Assistant Solid Waste Manager                  83           0        0        0        0       1        1        1.00
  Solid Waste Coordinator                        48           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
  Recycling Coordinator                          81           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
  Senior Administrative Assistant                46           1        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
  *Public Works Director                         91           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
  *Assistant County Administrator                93           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.15
  *Director of Operations                        86           0        0        0        0       0        0        0.30
  Subtotal, Administration                                    4        4        4        4       5        1        5.95
Solid Waste Collections (09410)
  Collections Coordinator                        82           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
  MEO IV/Service Mechanic                        46           1        1        2       2        2        0        2.00
  Motor Equipment Operator IV                    47           7        7        8       7        7        0        7.00
  Motor Equipment Operator II                    42           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
  Motor Equipment Operator I                     42           1        1        1       1        1        0        0.60
  Site Operator                                  40          58       58       57      57       57        0       34.20
  Subtotal, Collections                                      69       69       70      69       69        0       45.80
Environmental Enforcement (09415)
 Assistant Environmental Enforcement Director     84          0        1        1        1       1        0        1.00
 Senior Environmental Enforcement Officer         63          0        0        0        0       1        1        1.00
 Environmental Enforcement Officer I              61          4        5        5        5       5        0        5.00
 *Director                                        90          0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
 *Administrative Secretary                        43          0        0        0        0       0        0        0.50
 Other Positions                                 N/A          1        0        0        0       0        0        0.00
 Subtotal, Env. Enforcement                                   5        6        6        6       7        1        8.00
                                                                                   FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
SOLID WASTE (CONTINUED)                         GRADE   FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Landfills (09700)
 Special Projects Coordinator                     48          0        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
 Chief Heavy Equipment Operator                   48          2        2        2       2        2        0        2.00
 MEO IV/Service Mechanic                          48          1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
 Motor Equipment Operator IV                      47          6        5        5       6        6        0        6.00
 Administrative Secretary                         43          0        1        1       0        0        0        0.00
 Landfill Control Clerk                           41          4        4        4       4        4        0        3.50
 Site Monitor                                     40          9        9        9       9        9        0        7.50
 Service Person                                   40          1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
 Other Positions                                 N/A          1        0        0       0        0        0        0.00
 Subtotal, Landfills                                         24       24       24      24       24        0       22.00
Landfill Engineering (09701)
 Environmental Engineer                          84           1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
 Subtotal, Landfill Engineering                               1        1        1       1        1        0        1.00
TOTAL, SOLID WASTE MGMT.                                    103      104      105     104      106        2       82.75

APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                               PAGE AA12
                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                             FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
FLEET SERVICES FUND (09420)                 GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Fleet Manager                                 85          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Diesel Mechanic                        48          2       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
Office/Data Manager                           45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Diesel Mechanic                               47          4       4        4       4       4        0        4.00
Auto Parts Manager                            47          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Senior Auto Mechanic                          46          3       3        3       3       3        0        3.00
Auto Mechanic                                 45          2       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Tire Technician                               42          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Service Writer                                45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Auto Parts Clerk                              41          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
Auto Mechanic Helper                          41          2       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
TOTAL, FLEET SERVICES FUND                               19      18       18      18      18        0       18.00
                                                                             FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMMISSION                 GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Administration (09730)
 Executive Director                           90          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
 Deputy Director                              85          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
 Senior Program Coordinator                   84          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
 Subtotal, Administration                                 3       3        3       3       3        0        3.00
                                                                             FY 07/08 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMMISSION                 GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 08 - 07       FTE
Community Referral (09732)
  Deputy Director                             85          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Counselor III                               82          1       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
  Senior Administrative Assistant             46          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Counselor II                                81          2       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
  Accounting Technician                       45          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Administrative Secretary                    43          2       2        2       2       2        0        2.00
  Clerical Assistant                        Unclass       1       1        1       1       1        0        0.50
  Clinical Specialist II                    Unclass       5       6        6       6       8        2        2.95
  Clinical Specialist I                     Unclass       1       1        1       1       0       (1)       0.00
  Other Positions                            N/A          2       1        0       0       0        0        0.00
  Subtotal, Community Referral                           17      18       17      17      18        1       12.45
AET Grant (9733)
  Employee Assistance Program Coordinator     83                           0       1       1        0        1.00
  Subtotal, AET Grant                                     0       0        0       1       1        0        1.00
Youth and Adolescent Services (9734)
  Employee Assistance Program Coordinator     83          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Counselor I                                 80          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Administrative Secretary                    43          1       1        1       1       1        0        1.00
  Clinical Specialist II                    Unclass       2       2        2       2       2        0        1.25
  Clinical Specialist I                     Unclass       1       1        1       1       1        0        0.25
  Subtotal, Youth and Adolescent Svcs.                    6       6        6       6       6        0        4.50
Bridge Grant (09735)
Counselor II                                  81          1       1        1       1       2        1        2.00
Clinical Specialist II                      Unclass       0       1        1       1       1        0        0.50
Other Positions                              N/A          1       0        0       0       0        0        0.00
  Subtotal, Bridge Grant                                  2       2        2       2       3        1        2.50




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                         PAGE AA13
                                  SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                  FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMM. (CONT.)               GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Alcohol/Drug Safety Action Program (09736)
  Employee Assistance Program Coordinator      83            1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Counselor III                                82            1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Counselor II                                 81            1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Accounting Technician                        45            1        1        1       1        2        1       2.00
  Senior Accounting Clerk                      41            1        1        1       1        0       (1)      0.00
  Administrative Secretary                     43            1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Clinical Specialist II                     Unclass         7        6        6       6        5       (1)      1.50
  Subtotal, ASAP                                            13       12       12      12       11       (1)      7.50
Occupational - EAP (09738)
  Employee Assistnace Program Coordinator      83            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Clinical Social Worker                       82            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Administrative Secretary                     43            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Clinical Specialist II                     Unclass         2        2        2        2       2        0       1.00
  Subtotal, Occupational - EAP                               5        5        5        5       5        0       4.00
HIV Prevention - IPC (09739)
  Prevention Specialist III                    82            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Subtotal, HIV-IPC                                          1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
SADAC Prevention Program (09740)
  Senior Program Coordinator                   84            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Prevention Specialist III                    82            1        2        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Prevention Specialist I                      45            1        1        1        2       2        0       2.00
  Clinical Specialist II                     Unclass         0        1        1        0       0        0       0.00
  Other Positions                             N/A            2        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
  Subtotal, Prevention Program                               5        5        4        4       4        0       4.00
Detoxification Department (09742)
  Senior Program Coordinator                   84            2        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Program Coordinator                          83            0        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Counselor III                                82            0        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Administrative Assistant                     45            1        1        1       1        1        0       1.00
  Detox Counselor                              81            2        2        2       2        2        0       0.75
  Senior Detox Technician                      43            5        4        4       4        4        0       4.00
  Detox Technician                             41           11        6        6       6        6        0       4.50
  Other Positions                             N/A            1        0        0       0        0        0       0.00
  Subtotal, Detoxification Department                       22       16       16      16       16        0      13.25
DFS Grant (09743)
  Other Positions                             N/A            1        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
  Subtotal, DFS Grant                                        1        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
Drug Court (09744)
  Deputy Director                              85            1        1        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Clerical Assistant                         Unclass         1        1        1        1       1        0       0.50
  Clinical Specialist II                     Unclass         3        4        4        4       4        0       3.00
  Other Positions                             N/A            0        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
  Subtotal, Drug Court                                       5        6        6        6       6        0       4.50
DAODAS HIV Outpatient (09745)
  Prevention Specialist II                     81            0        0        1        1       1        0       1.00
  Subtotal, DAODAS HIV Outpatient                            0        0        1        1       1        0       1.00
AIOP Department (09747)
  Counselor II                                 81            2        2        2        2       2        0       2.00
  Homebound Teacher                          Unclass         1        1        1        1       1        0       0.50
  Homebound Teacher Aide                     Unclass         1        1        1        1       1        0       0.25
  Other Positions                             N/A            0        0        0        0       0        0       0.00
  Subtotal, AIOP Department                                  4        4        4        4       4        0       2.75




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                          PAGE AA14
                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                           FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
ALCOHOL AND DRUG COMM. (CONT.)            GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
SADAC IOP Department (09748)
  Counselor III                             82            2        2        2        2        2   0        2.00
  Administrative Secretary                  43            1        1        1        1        1   0        1.00
  Clinical Specialist II                     1            0        0        0        0        1   1        0.50
  Subtotal, IOP Department                                3        3        3        3        4   1        3.50
Intensive Family Services
  Other Positions                          N/A          1       0        0        0        0      0        0.00
  Subtotal, Intensive Family Services                   1       0        0        0        0      0        0.00
TOTAL, ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE                          88      81       80       81       83      2       64.95
                                                                           FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS                     GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Solicitor Grants (09258)                   N/A                 0        8        4        4        0       4.00
Juvenile Arbitration (09266)               N/A                 2        2        2        2        0       2.00
Circuit Solicitor (09268)                  N/A                 0        1        1        0       (1)      0.00
Victim Witness Advocate Services           N/A                 1        1        0        0        0       0.00
Sheriff - Civil Process (09300)            N/A                 2        2        2        2        0       2.00
Sheriff's Grants (09306)                   N/A                 0        5        2        0       (2)      0.00
*Home Detention (09310)                    N/A                 0        0        2        2        0       2.50
*C-Funds (09402)                           N/A                 4        3        3        3        0       3.33
Transportation Planning (09875)            N/A                 1        1        1        0       (1)      0.00
TOTAL, SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS                          0       10       23       17       13       (4)     13.83
                                                                           FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND                GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director                                   90           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
Planning Program Supervisor                85           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
Housing Services Construction Mgr.         85           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
Housing Services Specialist                46           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
Construction Specialist                    47           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
Planner                                    82           2       2        2        2        2       0       2.00
Fiscal Coordinator                         83           1       1        1        1        1       0       1.00
*Senior Administrative Assistant           46           2       2        2        2        2       0       2.00
Administrative Secretary                   43           1       1        1        1        0      (1)      0.00
Other Positions                            N/A          1       1        0        0        0       0       0.00
TOTAL, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND                      12      12       11       11       10      (1)     10.00
                                                                           FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND                   GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Training Coordinator                             82       1        1        1        1        1   0        1.00
Quality Assurance Coordinator                    49       1        1        1        1        1   0        1.00
GIS Analyst                                      47       1        1        1        1        2   1        2.00
TOTAL, 9-1-1 PHONE SYSTEM FUND                            3        3        3        3        4   1        4.00
                                                                           FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND                    GRADE FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Assistant Solid Waste Manager               83            1        1        1        1        0   (1)      0.00
TOTAL, PALMETTO LANDFILL FUND                             1        1        1        1        0   (1)      0.00




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                      PAGE AA15
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                                 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
PARKS AND RECREATION COMM.                  GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09       FTE
Administration (09210)
 Director, Parks and Recreation               91                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
 Administrative Services Coordinator          85                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
 Marketing and Development Coordinator        82                   0        1        1       1          0       1.00
 IT Specialist                                84                   0        0        1       1          0       1.00
 Senior Administrative Assistant              46                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
 Administrative Secretary                     43                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
 Subtotal, Administration                                          4        5        6       6          0       6.00
                                                                                 FY 07/08 FY 09/10 INC/DEC   FY09/10
PARKS AND RECREATION COMM.                  GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY 08 - 07      FTE
Maintenance (09211)
  Assistant Director of Facilities                                 0        1        1       0         (1)      0.00
  Park Maintenance Technician I               44                   2        2        3      11          8      11.00
  Landscape/Facility Planner                  83                   0        0        1       1          0       1.00
  Park Maintenance Technician II              46                   7        7        6       7          1       7.00
  Turfgrass Technician                        41                   3        3        3       0         (3)      0.00
  Park Maintenance Technician III             44                   2        2        2       2          0       2.00
  Senior Service Person                       41                   8       18        8      11          3       6.00
  Motor Equipment Operator I                Unclass                0        0        0       1          1       1.00
  Service Person                                                   8        0       10       0        (10)      0.00
  Subtotal, Maintenance                                           30       33       34      33         (1)     28.00
County Recreation Centers (09215)
  Director of Recreation                      85                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
  Assistant Director of Recreation            84                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
  Outdoor Recreation Coordinator              82                   0        0        1       2          1       2.00
  Special Events Coordinator                  82                   0        0        1       3          2       3.00
  Recreation Center Director                  82                   5        5        5       2         (3)      2.00
  50+ Program Coordinator                     82                   0        0        0       1          1       1.00
  Assistant Youth Development Coordinator     82                   0        0        0       1          1       1.00
  Assistant Center Director                   81                   5        5        3       2         (1)      2.00
  Playground Program Coordinator            Unclass                1        1        1       1          0       0.25
  Playground Director                       Unclass               13       13       13      13          0       3.25
  Recreation Leader                           42                   6        6        6       5         (1)      2.50
  Food Service Coordinator                  Unclass                1        1        1       1          0       0.25
  Senior Service Person                       44                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
  Service Person                              40                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
  Subtotal, Co. Recreation Centers                                35       35       35      35          0      21.25
Athletics (09217)
Director of Athletics                         84                   1        1        1       1          0       1.00
Assistant Director of Athletics               82                   1        1        1       2          1       2.00
Youth Sports and Tournament Coordinator                            0        0        1       0         (1)      0.00
Senior Service Person                         41                   2        2        2       2          0       0.50
  Subtotal, Athletics                                              4        4        5       5          0       3.50
Soccer Complex (09220)
Senior Service Person                       Unclass                2        2        2       2          0       0.50
  Subtotal, Soccer Complex                                         2        2        2       2          0       0.50




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                         PAGE AA16
                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
PARKS AND REC. COMM. (CONT.)               GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Cleveland Park (09221)
Cleveland Park Manager                       83                   1        1        1        1         0        1.00
Assistant Rec. Center Director                                    1        1        0        0         0        0.00
Senior Building Maintenance Mechanic         47                   1        1        1        1         0        1.00
Park Site Manager                            46                   4        4        5        5         0        3.50
Crew Leader                                                       1        1        0        0         0        0.00
Park Maintenance Technician I                44                   4        4        5        5         0        5.00
Mini Train Conductor (PT)                  Unclass                3        3        3        3         0        0.75
  Subtotal, Cleveland Park                                       15       15       15       15         0       11.25
Recreation Projects (09230)
Director of Facilities                       85                   1        1        1        1          0       1.00
  Subtotal, Recreation Projects                                   1        1        1        1          0       1.00
TOTAL, PARKS AND REC COMM.                               0       91       95       98       97         (1)     71.50
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
LOCAL HOSPITALITY TAX                      GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Sr. Hospitality Tax Clerk                    45                   0        0        2        2         0        2.00
  Subtotal, Hospitality Tax                                       0        0        2        2         0        2.00
TOTAL, LOCAL HOSPITALITY TAX                             0        0        0        2        2         0        2.00
                                                                                FY 08/09 FY 09/10 INC/DEC    FY09/10
WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD                 GRADE     FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 BUDGET BUDGET FY10 - 09        FTE
Director, Workforce Investment Board         90            1        1        1        1           1     0       1.00
Career Source Center Coordinator                           0        1        1        0           0     0       0.00
Associate Director of WIB                    85            1        1        1        1           1     0       1.00
Senior Accountant                            83            0        0        0        0           1     1       1.00
Events Specialist                            48            1        1        1        2           1    (1)      1.00
One Stop Operations Manager                                1        1        1        0           0     0       0.00
Chief Administrative Assistant               82            0        0        0        1           0    (1)      0.00
Workforce Specialist Coordinator             48            1        1        1        1           1     0       1.00
Employer Services Coordinator                46            1        1        1        2           0    (2)      0.00
Business Services Coordinator                47            0        1        1        0           2     2       2.00
Resource Center Coordinator                                0        1        1        0           0     0       0.00
Program Coordinator                                        1        1        1        0           0     0       0.00
Senior Workforce Specialist                                7        7        7        7           0    (7)      0.00
Workforce Specialist                                       5        5        5        7           0    (7)      0.00
Administrative Assistant                                   1        1        1        1           0    (1)      0.00
Accounting Technician                                      1        1        1        1           0    (1)      0.00
Administrative Secretary                                   1        1        1        1           0    (1)      0.00
Customer Service Representatives                           0        2        2        0           0     0       0.00
Secretary                                                  0        2        2        4           0    (4)      0.00
Other Positions                             N/A            2        0        0        0           0     0       0.00
TOTAL, WORKFORCE INV. BOARD                               24       29       29       29           7   (22)      7.00
TOTAL, OTHER FUNDS                                     259      359      375      374      350        (24)    284.86

TOTAL, ALL FUNDS                                     1,467     1,494    1,514    1,542    1,520       (22)   1,398.77



* Indicates one of the positions associated with this job title is a split and the salary is shared with
another department/fund. A split position is only counted in their home department to prevent duplicate
counts in the FY 09/10 Budget column. It is counted in both departments/funds in the FY09/10 FTE
column. See split report on page AA18.



APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                                         PAGE AA17
                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



                              FY 2009/10 SPLITS
      Assistant County Administrator
             50% County Administration, General Fund            Home Department
             50% Administration, Solid Waste Fund

      Director of Public Works
             50% Public Works Administration, General Fund      Home Department
             50% Administration, Solid Waste Fund

      Director of Operations Public Works
             70% Public Works Administration, General Fund      Home Department
             30% Administration, Solid Waste Fund

      Director of Environmental Enforcement
             50% Environmental Enforcement, General Fund        Home Department
             50% Environmental Enforcement, Solid Waste Fund

      Administrative Secretary
            50% Environmental Enforcement, General Fund         Home Department
            50% Environmental Enforcement, Solid Waste Fund

      County Engineer
            50% Engineering, General Fund                       Home Department
            50% Administration, Storm Water Management

      Engineering Coordinator
            50% Engineering, General Fund                       Home Department
            50% Administration, Storm Water Management

      Development Coordinator
            50% Engineering, General Fund                       Home Department
            50% Administration, Storm Water Management

      Administrative Secretary
            34% Administration, Storm Water Management          Home Department
            33% Roads and Bridges, General Fund
            33% C-FUNDS, Special Revenue Fund

      Sergeant
            50% Detention Facility, General Fund                Home Department
            50% Detention, Special Revenue Fund

      Senior Administrative Assistant
             50% HUD Entitlement Funds, Community Development   Home Department
             50% CDBG HUD Home, Community Development




APPENDIX A – AUTHORIZED STAFFING                                                  PAGE AA18
                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




             APPENDIX B
              COUNTY FINANCIAL
                  POLICIES




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                               PAGE AB1
                             SPARRTANBURG C           TH
                                           COUNTY, SOUT CAROLINAA
                                 9/10 RECOMM
                           FY 2009         MENDED OPER          GET
                                                      RATING BUDG




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FIN
A                     NANCIAL POLICIES                                PAGE AB2
                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET



SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
         FINANCIAL POLICIES
PURPOSE

Primary among the responsibilities of the government of Spartanburg County to its citizens is the care
of public funds and wise management of county finances while providing for the adequate funding of
the services desired by the public and the maintenance of public facilities. These financial management
policies, designed to ensure the fiscal stability of the government of Spartanburg County, South
Carolina, shall guide the development and administration of the annual operating and capital budgets.
These financial policies address revenues, cash management, expenditures, debt management, risk
management, capital needs, and budgeting and management.


OBJECTIVES

   •   To protect the policy-making ability of County Council by ensuring that important policy
       decisions are not controlled by financial problems or emergencies.
   •   To enhance the policy-making ability of County Council by providing accurate information on
       program costs.
   •   To assist sound management of County government by providing accurate and timely
       information on financial condition.
   •   To provide sound principles to guide the important decisions of the County Council and of
       management which have significant fiscal impact.
   •   To set forth operational principles which minimize the cost of government, to the extent
       consistent with services desired by the public, and which minimize financial risk.
   •   To employ policies which prevent undue or unbalanced reliance on certain revenues, which
       distribute the costs of county government services as fairly as possible, and which provide
       adequate funds to operate desired programs.
   •   To provide essential public facilities and prevent deterioration of the County’s public facilities
       and its capital plant.
   •   To protect and enhance the County’s credit rating and prevent default on any debts.
   •   To insure the legal use of all County funds through a good system of financial security and
       internal controls.

ACHIEVING THESE OBJECTIVES

To achieve and maintain the aforementioned objectives, the Division of Management and Budget, at
the direction of the County Administrator’s Office, working with the County Council, will conduct an
annual analysis of projected financial condition and key financial indicators. It is the focus of this
analysis to:

   •   Identify the areas where the County is already reasonably strong in terms of protecting its
       financial condition;
   •   Identify existing or emerging problems in revenue sources, management practices,
       infrastructures conditions, and future funding needs;
   •   Forecast expenditure and revenue for the next 5 years, taking care to consider such external
       factors as state and federal actions, the bond market, and management options being explored
       and used by other local governments, as well as internal management actions taken during the
       last budget cycle and being examined for application.
APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                                                         PAGE AB3
                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




REVENUE POLICIES

Statements dealing with taxes and the means whereby the County raises revenue to fund operations.

Revenue Policy #1: Fund Balance

To maintain an ‘AA” County credit rating and meet seasonal cash flow shortfalls, the budget shall
provide for an anticipated undesignated fund balance between 10% and 15% for general government
and enterprise fund types, of estimated annual revenues. The fund balance shall be exclusive of all
reserves not anticipated to be readily available for use in emergencies and contingencies.

   •   Should the fund balance fall below 10% of expenditures, the County Administrator shall prepare
       and submit a plan for expenditure reductions and/or revenue increases to the County Council
       via the Finance Committee.

   •   In the event the fund balance is above 15%, the difference may be used to fund the following
       activities:
           o one-time capital expenditures which do not increase ongoing County costs;
           o other one-time costs; and
           o ongoing or new County programs, provided such action is considered in the context of
                council approved multi-year projections of revenue and expenditures.

   •   Generally, the fund balance levels are dictated by:
          o cash flow requirements to support operating expenses;
          o relative rate stability from year to year for enterprise funds;
          o susceptibility to emergency or unanticipated expenditure;
          o credit worthiness and capacity to support debt service requirements;
          o legal or regulatory requirements affecting revenues, disbursements, and fund balances;
             and
          o reliability of outside revenues.

   •   If, at the end of a fiscal year, the fund balance falls below 10%, then the County shall rebuild the
       balance within one year.

Revenue Policy #2: Contingency

   •   To help maintain services during short periods or economic decline and meet emergency
       conditions, in addition to the Fund Balance, the budget shall provide for a contingency. All
       general government and enterprise fund types shall maintain a contingency. The contingency
       shall also be exclusive of all reserves not anticipated to be readily available for use in
       emergencies. The contingency is established to provide for nonrecurring unanticipated
       expenditures, or to meet small increases in service delivery costs. The contingency reserve will
       be built by using 10% of the annual increase in unreserved, undesignated funds.

   •   Contingencies should be utilized to avoid large tax rate increases from one year to the next.
       Where correction of a fund balance deficit causes the contingency to fall, a gradual correction of
       the problem over a two-year period is preferable to a one-time jump in tax rates.




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                                                           PAGE AB4
                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Revenue Policy #3: Sources of Revenue

   •   The County will strive to maintain a diversified and stable revenue system to shelter the
       government from short-run fluctuations in any one-revenue source and ensure its ability to
       provide ongoing service.

   •   Restricted revenue shall only be used for the purpose intended and in a fiscally responsible
       manner. Programs and services funded by restricted revenue will be clearly designated as such.

   •   A balance will be sought in the revenue structure between the proportions of fluctuating and
       stable revenues. All sources of revenue authorized by the South Carolina Code of Laws may be
       sought to achieve the desirable balance.

   •   Revenues sources will be examined during the annual budget process. A five (5) year proforma
       shall be developed to ensure that projected future revenues meet projected future expenditures.

   •   In preparing the proposed budget, the Management and Budget Division, shall make
       recommendations to the County Administrator regarding options to reduce the County’s reliance
       on property tax revenue.

Revenue Policy #4: Revenue Collection

   •   The County shall strive to achieve a current property tax collection rate of not less than 98%.

Revenue Policy #5: Fees-Licenses, Permits, Misc. Items

   •   All fees established by Spartanburg County for licenses, permits, fines, and other miscellaneous
       charges shall be set to recover a designated portion of the County’s expense in providing the
       attendant service. These fees shall be reviewed annually. A revenue manual listing all such fees
       and charges of the County shall be maintained by the Management and Budget Division.

Policy #6: Grants/Intergovernmental Funds

   •   The County shall aggressively pursue all grant opportunities; however, before accepting grants,
       the County will consider the current and future implications of both accepting and rejecting the
       monies. Future funding obligations as required by grant requirements must be decided at grant
       acceptance. The County shall seek grants and other funding opportunities which provide
       maximum leverage of tax supported monies. Further, the County shall seek to minimize grant
       funded commitments requiring recurring fiscal expenditures.

Revenue Policy #7: Gifts, Donations and Bequests

   •   Prior to acceptance, all gifts, donations and/or bequests given to the County for the use of any
       of its departments or divisions will be evaluated by the appropriate parties to determine what, if
       any, obligations are to be placed upon the County. Gifts and bequests will be considered as
       “over and above” basic County appropriations.

   •   Gifts and donations shall be used solely for the purpose intended by the donor. Unrestricted
       gifts will be expended in the manner and for the purposes authorized by County Council.




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                                                          PAGE AB5
                                SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                              FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Revenue Policy # 8: Operating Transfers

   •   To the maximum extent feasible and appropriate, General Fund transfers to other funds shall be
       defined as payments intended for the support of specific programs or services. Amounts not
       needed to support such specific program or service expenses shall revert to the General Fund’s
       fund balance, unless Council direction establishing the transfer for other items is enacted.
       Should the fund accumulate an unexpected unencumbered balance, this excess shall be used
       first to repay the advance. At the time of closing out the fund, all assets of the fund revert to the
       General Fund, not contrary to any other applicable Federal, State or local law.


OPERATING BUDGET POLICIES

Statements dealing with the expenditures of the operating budget

Operating Budget Policy #1: Operating Budget – Pay-As-You-Go

   •   The County shall attempt to conduct its operations on a pay-as-you-go basis from existing or
       foreseeable revenue sources. The control of costs will be emphasized. Achieving pay-as-you-go
       requires the following practices: current operations, maintenance and depreciation costs to be
       funded with current revenues, direct and indirect costs of services must be fully identified, and
       sound and expenditures forecasts must be prepared.

   •   The County Administrator shall annually prepare a full cost allocation plan to provide accurate,
       complete estimates of service costs.

Operating Budget Policy #2: Budget Performance Reporting

   •   The County Administrator shall submit a quarterly report comparing actual revenues and
       expenditures with budgeted revenue and expenditures.

   •   Where practical, County departments shall develop and employ performance measures and/or
       benchmarks with selected counties to be included in the budget.

Operating Budget Policy #3: Maintenance, Repair & Replacement

   •   All equipment replacement and maintenance needs for the next five years will be projected and
       the projection will be updated each year.

   •   Replacement of capital outlay items shall be timed at fairly stable intervals so as not to spend
       excessively in one year and restrictively in the next.

Operating Budget Policy #4: Maintenance of Capital Assets

   •   The budget should provide sufficient funds for the regular repair and maintenance of all County
       of Spartanburg capital assets.

   •   Future maintenance needs for all new capital facilities will be fully costed out.




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                                                            PAGE AB6
                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Operating Budget Policy #5: Personnel Services

   •   Spartanburg County shall strive to pay prevailing market rates of pay to its employees.
       Prevailing market rate is defined to include both salary and fringe benefit levels.

   •   In establishing pay rates, a cost analysis or rate increase will be conducted and shall include the
       effect of such increases on the County’s share of related fringe benefits and unfunded liabilities
       (including non-salary related benefits).

   •   Long term costs of changes in benefit packages shall be estimated and fully disclosed to the
       Council before implementation and annual wage adjustments are affirmed.


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT POLICIES

Polices relating to the five-year capital improvement program and special funds necessary to address
particular needs of the Spartanburg County community

Capital Improvement Policy #1: Capital Improvement Plan

   •   A five-year Capital Improvement Plan shall be developed and presented annually by staff in
       accordance with the Capital Improvement Program Policies, and approved by the County
       Council. This plan shall contain all capital improvements from all funds and departments of
       county government. The first year of the plan shall constitute the next year’s capital budget.

   •   A high priority shall be placed on replacement of capital improvements when such
       improvements have deteriorated to the point of becoming hazardous, incur high maintenance
       costs, are negatively affecting property values, and/or are no longer functionally serving their
       intended purposes.

   •   Capital improvements constructed in the County shall be based on construction standards
       which minimize construction costs, while assuring that accepted useful life minimum
       maintenance costs will result.

Capital Improvement Policy #2: Capital Improvement Financing

   •   Within the limitation of existing law, various funding sources may be utilized for capital
       improvements. Capital projects shall not be dictated by the nature of funding available except to
       the extent that the projects meet an initial test of being required to achieve County goals and to
       the extent that projects must be placed in priority dictated by the nature of funds available.

   •   Upon completion of capital projects, the Finance Department shall certify any unspent funds
       from the project, and such funds shall revert to the Capital Project Reserve as appropriate.
       Unspent capital project funds shall be reported to the County Council through the Quarterly
       Operating Report. The County Administrator shall include in the annual budget and capital
       improvement program recommendations to dispose of unspent capital project funds. In no case
       shall projects incur a funding deficit without the express approval of the County Council.




APPENDIX B – COUNTY FINANCIAL POLICIES                                                          PAGE AB7
                                 SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                               FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


INVESTMENT POLICIES

This investment policy applies to all monetary assets of the government of Spartanburg County and as
managed by the Spartanburg County Treasurer.

Whenever there is an available cash balance in the County treasury that is more than sufficient to meet
the current expenditures properly payable, the County should invest such portion of funds as is
expedient. Safety of principal is the foremost objective of the investment program. Investments shall
be undertaken in a manner that seeks to ensure the preservation of capital as prescribed in Section 12-
45-220 of the South Carolina Code of Laws.

The investment portfolio shall remain sufficiently liquid to meet all operating requirements that may be
reasonably anticipated. This is accomplished by structuring the portfolio so that securities mature
concurrent with cash needs to meet anticipate demands. Full collateralization of the entire portfolio is
required.

The investment portfolio shall be designed with the objective of attaining a market rate of return
throughout budgetary and economic cycles, taking into account the investment risk constraints and
liquidity needs. Return of investment is of secondary importance compared to the safety and liquidity
objectives described above.


ACCOUNTING POLICIES

Policies relating to the procedures that the County utilizes in accounting for its financial transactions

Accounting Policy #1: Accounting System and Standards

   •   The County’s accounting and reporting system shall demonstrate the following characteristics:
          o Reliability;
          o Accuracy;
          o Consistency;
          o Responsiveness; and
          o Conformity with all legal requirements.

   •   The County’s accounting system shall be maintained in such a way so as to conform with the
       generally accepted accounting principles established by the Governmental Accounting
       Standards Board, State of South Carolina and Federal laws, and result in an unqualified opinion
       by the County’s independent auditor.

   •   The County shall annually prepare and publish, no later than December 30 of each year, a
       comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) prepared in conformity with generally accepted
       accounting principles.

   •   The Government Finance Officers Association Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in
       Financial Reporting shall be pursued annually.

Accounting Policy #2: Collateralization of Demand Deposit Accounts

All demand deposit bank accounts under the authority of Spartanburg County will be required to be
adequately collateralized to the extent that the balance exceeds the $100,000 limit covered by FDIC
insurance. Pledged collateral should be held either in a Federal Reserve pledge account, or by an

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                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


independent third-party institution that is the agent of Spartanburg County. Pledged collateral should
be held in the name of Spartanburg County.

Accounting Policy # 3: Cash Handling Policy

The establishment of strong internal controls for cash collections is necessary to prevent mishandling of
funds and to safeguard against loss. Strong internal controls are also designed to protect employees
from inappropriate charges of mishandling funds by defining his/her responsibilities in the cash handling
process. Cash is considered to be any type of payment for goods or services including: coin, checks,
money orders, credit cards and electronic funds transfers. All Spartanburg County departments
receiving cash, including elected officials' offices, should have the following procedures in place:

   •   Proper accounting for cash as it is received.
   •   Adequate separation of duties with regard to cash receipts.
   •   Adequate safeguards for handling and storing cash.
   •   Approval of any voided cash receipts.
   •   Timely deposit of cash directly with the Spartanburg County Treasurer or in a departmental
       bank account.
   •   Timely notification of the Spartanburg County Internal Auditor of any changes in cash handling
       procedures.

Cash handling procedures are subject to audit by the Spartanburg County Internal Auditor and external
audit firms.

DEBT POLICIES

Policies relating to the long-term financing of the County’s Capital Improvement Program

Debt Policy #1: Use of Debt Financing

   •   The government of Spartanburg County, South Carolina shall only use long term debt for capital
       projects that cannot be financed out of current revenues within the Revenue Policy guidelines.
       Further debt financing shall generally be limited to one-time capital improvements projects and
       only under the following circumstances:
           o when the project’s useful life will exceed the term of the financing;
           o when project revenue or specific resources will be sufficient to service the debt; and,
           o when the project will benefit the citizens of Spartanburg County.

   •   Debt financing shall not be considered appropriate for:
          o current operating and maintenance expenses; and
          o any recurring purpose.

Debt Policy #2: Limits on Issuance of Debt

   •   Outstanding general obligation indebtedness of the County, other than enterprise revenue
       backed bonds, shall not exceed the percentage of the assessed value of the taxable property
       within Spartanburg County as permitted by the South Carolina Constitution.




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                               SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                             FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


Debt Policy #3: Self-Imposed/Council Limits on Issuance on Debt

   •   Except for the enterprise funds, debt service for long-term issues (greater than five years) shall
       not exceed 15% of the combined operating and capital budgets.

Debt Policy #4: Leasing

   •   Lease purchase shall be considered only when the useful life of the item is equal to or greater
       than the length of the lease.

Debt Policy #5: Rating Agency Relationship

   •   The County shall maintain good communication with bond rating agencies about its financial
       condition. The County will follow a policy of full disclosure on bond prospectus.

Debt Policy #6: Debt Management Plan

   •   A Comprehensive Debt Management Plan shall be developed and presented to County Council
       annually by staff, encompassing all debt of the County and including, but not limited to:
          o a detailing of the sources of funding for all debt,
          o current and future debt capacity analysis,
          o issues to be addressed for sound debt management, and
          o reporting as to the County’s compliance with its debt policies.

Debt Policy #7: Economic Development Bonds

The County shall strive to promote the economic welfare of the citizens of Spartanburg County by
providing employment opportunities and a diverse industrial base. The County shall utilize the following
financing methods for industrial development:

   •   Industrial Revenue Bonds and the Jobs – Economic Development Authority Act.

   •   Fee in Lieu of Tax agreements.

   •   Special Source Revenue Bonds for multi-jurisdiction industrial/business parks or fee in lieu of
       taxes transaction for the acquisitions of land, buildings, and improvements or the expansion of
       an existing project.


Adopted by Spartanburg County Council 5/19/03




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                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




             APPENDIX C
           TEN-YEAR HISTORIES
       All information in the section comes from the following sources:

   2008 Spartanburg County Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
         FY 2008/09 Spartanburg County Operating Budget Document
  FY 2009/10 Spartanburg County Recommended Operating Budget Document




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APPENDIX C – TEN-YEAR HISTORIES
A                     H                                               AC2
                                                                                                             Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                                                          Revenue and Expenditures - Budget / Actual
                                                                                                                       General Fund
                                                                                                                    Last Ten Fiscal Years
                                                                        2010 Budget     2009 Budget      2008 Actual    2008 Budget        2007            2006            2005            2004            2003             2002           2001
                                  REVENUES




APPENDIX C – TEN-YEAR HISTORIES
                                   Current PropertyTaxes                $ 45,615,000    $ 42,052,000    $ 37,384,578    $ 37,931,327    $ 35,793,006    $ 38,052,163    $ 37,740,055    $ 37,293,193    $ 35,549,320    $ 36,093,559    $ 35,209,995
                                   Other Taxes                             5,878,000       6,434,200       5,798,961       6,167,000       5,057,654       4,844,852       5,950,533       4,812,994       4,649,591       4,556,999       4,265,846
                                   Delinquent Taxes                        3,875,000       3,456,600       3,072,957       3,000,000       2,922,444       3,538,425       2,706,517       2,815,837       3,739,835       1,825,461       1,981,693
                                   Permits                                   776,000         977,000         932,700         970,000         872,616         961,210         928,083         882,107         781,637         686,249         744,829
                                   Fines                                   3,450,000       3,725,000       3,921,088       3,525,000       2,977,123       3,001,388       2,813,431       3,289,348       3,138,194       3,559,395       3,534,878
                                   Fees                                    8,850,120       9,661,550       8,807,054       9,133,314       8,657,101       8,738,729       7,929,460       7,971,292       6,292,694       5,467,206       4,849,381
                                   Interest                                  430,000       2,400,000       1,527,540       2,200,000       3,049,111       2,283,721       1,226,166         267,395         790,267         900,724       2,561,210
                                   State Aid / Grants                     14,332,400      17,747,000      16,640,098      15,586,000      14,852,575      13,617,554      12,941,564      12,569,844      12,433,351      12,639,282      13,024,296
                                   Federal Aid / Grants                      222,780         410,000         354,629         972,980         628,676       1,140,380         901,390         821,927       1,362,926         900,513         714,106
                                   Miscellaneous                           2,618,000       2,867,000       3,687,069       2,695,500       2,466,938       2,649,580       2,492,520       2,225,565       2,124,117       2,487,284       2,044,271
                                   Fund balance appropriated              (2,250,000)        336,650               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -
                                   Lease proceeds                                  -               -               -               -       3,275,368               -               -               -               -               -               -
                                   Transfers                               1,515,700         485,000       1,839,513         383,508         815,437         892,999       1,243,663         840,105         817,774       1,242,740       1,376,638
                                     Total revenues                       85,313,000      90,552,000      83,966,187      82,564,629      81,368,049      79,721,001      76,873,382      73,789,607      71,679,706      70,359,412      70,307,143
                                  EXPENDITURES
                                   Current:
                                     General government                   19,869,606      20,733,767      18,518,093      17,995,831      16,088,793      15,257,660      14,421,713      14,014,638      13,921,452      14,252,980      13,728,014
                                     Public Safety                        39,694,636      41,418,254      42,719,051      38,798,628      39,541,832      37,262,058      33,609,889      32,773,098      30,155,598      30,133,160      29,054,812
                                     Roads                                 3,673,113       4,749,700       4,727,614       4,564,070       6,249,394       6,079,563       5,423,201       4,861,787       5,022,640       5,496,442       7,719,441
                                     Sanitation                            1,514,339       1,461,765       1,440,482       1,370,070       1,149,264         867,276         826,834         915,430         810,061         881,787         776,095
                                     Health & welfare                      3,820,466       4,079,975       3,019,537       4,043,017       3,619,725       3,789,776       3,956,620       3,890,471       3,854,108       4,114,272       5,274,334
                                     Community & economic development              -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -
                                     Culture & recreation                    266,150         266,150         265,312         265,280         318,656       3,826,553       3,990,974       4,490,571       4,519,728       5,704,667       4,567,062
                                     Conservation                             36,536          36,840          36,532          36,420          34,961          33,327          31,029          25,288          31,479          43,208          39,852
                                     Judicial                             12,403,122      12,826,136      11,943,334      11,952,097      11,012,449      10,420,921      10,117,165       9,692,668       9,030,987       9,263,689       8,111,044
                                     Buildings                             3,294,427       3,344,355       3,371,670       3,158,850       2,660,255       1,884,796       1,705,515       1,663,354       1,746,632       1,779,795       1,571,562
                                     Other                                         -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -             200           1,000           1,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA




                                     Transfers out                          (740,602)     (1,635,060)     (1,685,258)     (2,622,060)     (3,848,391)     (1,002,922)       (647,159)       (581,870)     (1,311,474)     (1,702,641)       (464,692)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                                   Debt service:
                                     Principal                                     -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -         400,578
                                     Interest & fees                               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -          22,072
                                       Total expenditures                 85,312,997      90,552,002      87,726,883      84,806,323      84,523,720      80,424,852      74,730,099      72,909,175      70,404,359      73,373,641      71,730,558
                                  Net change in fund balance - Actual              3              (2)     (3,760,696)     (2,241,694)     (3,155,671)       (703,851)      2,143,283         880,432       1,275,347      (3,014,229)     (1,423,415)
                                         - Budget                          2,250,000        (336,650)              -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -

                                  Fund balances at beginning of year      11,216,532      11,553,184      15,313,880               -      18,469,549      19,173,398      17,030,123      16,149,690      14,874,349      17,888,579      19,311,995
                                  Fund balances at end of year          $ 13,466,535    $ 11,216,532    $ 11,553,184    $ (2,241,694)   $ 15,313,878    $ 18,469,547    $ 19,173,406    $ 17,030,122    $ 16,149,696    $ 14,874,350    $ 17,888,580




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                                            SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                          FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                          Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                      General Fund
                                           Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance
                                                    For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010 - 2001
                                  2010 Budget   2009 Budget      2008           2007          2006          2005          2004          2003          2002          2001
REVENUES:
 Taxes                            $55,322,000   $51,896,800   $46,208,244    $43,727,467   $46,390,730   $46,354,232   $44,880,889   $43,892,979   $42,438,954   $41,402,320
 Permits, fines, and fees           9,191,500    10,338,500     9,952,643      9,171,203     9,592,842     8,874,181     9,300,939     8,149,883     7,979,138     7,527,061
 Intergovernmental:
   Federal                          2,363,000     2,647,000     2,473,475      2,667,792     2,852,329     2,525,646     2,457,079     2,378,825     1,660,508     1,392,730
   State                           14,286,400    17,703,000    16,635,063     14,864,401    13,626,038    12,863,611    12,604,332    12,494,699    12,643,884    13,020,673
   Local                            1,974,400     1,998,050     1,877,672      1,443,176     1,452,219     1,350,997     1,213,617     1,033,143     1,093,258       963,745
 Interest                             430,000     2,400,000     1,527,540      3,049,111     2,285,123     1,228,081       269,412       800,254       930,774     2,565,097
 Miscellaneous                      2,480,000     2,747,000     3,452,037      2,354,094     2,665,721     2,432,971     2,223,234     2,112,149     2,370,156     2,058,879
   Total revenues                  86,047,300    89,730,350    82,126,674     77,277,244    78,865,002    75,629,719    72,949,502    70,861,932    69,116,672    68,930,505
EXPENDITURES:
General government:
 County Delegation                     66,787        61,519        57,804         56,853        52,645        49,702        52,017        48,465        48,610        46,498
 County Council                       367,802       376,990       318,012        290,809       312,654       290,920       311,937       254,289       253,566       278,920
 County Administrator                 495,062       490,975       476,001        445,956       398,318       374,662       393,345       474,986       511,744       465,550
 Budget Management                    333,066       316,176       292,082        265,871       165,099       139,061       156,416       148,294       166,378        79,565
 Transportation Planner                     -             -             -              -             -             -             -             -        39,000             -
 Legal Services                       271,400       280,607       267,031        289,070       263,746       253,265       244,501       249,177       250,427       236,863
 Human Resources                      662,593       492,903       520,849        390,154       372,800       354,372       357,112       355,405       364,796       378,927
 Register of Deeds                  1,608,266     1,835,720     2,124,056        664,202       787,349       723,071       717,449       719,476       751,428       727,906
 Registration and Elections           718,177       797,328       797,699        590,512       576,617       567,458       469,988       578,474       468,679       503,116
 Records Management                         -             -        (3,106)       776,800       414,250       352,691       512,467       354,934       307,605       320,865
 Veterans Affairs                     312,023       312,447       288,845        280,975       283,296       266,987       190,868       268,832       165,125       235,045
 Building & Fire Services           1,222,987     1,213,669     1,179,739      1,125,608     1,272,779     1,408,142     1,352,572     1,365,311     1,511,064     1,229,960
 Development Standards                      -             -             -              -             -             -             -             -             -             -
 Auditor (tax rolls)                1,007,213       975,772       963,563        860,406       811,413       735,488       713,589       704,259       722,160       697,179
 Treasurer                            978,828       955,539       906,514        827,091       739,679       725,821       761,765       700,269       739,763       702,302
 Internal Auditor                     193,468       172,856       160,298        163,976       152,599       132,863       143,491       124,493       124,116       123,843
 Assessor                           2,311,555     2,450,823     2,444,602      2,103,158     2,188,810     1,841,542     1,975,612     1,909,034     1,817,017     1,858,533
 Information Technologies           1,269,677     1,256,490     1,023,445        930,702       863,069       825,697       780,800       849,325       860,593       892,344
 Geographic Information Systems       413,112       522,382       450,968        373,887       134,571             -             -             -             -             -
 Delinquent Tax                     1,130,751       541,518       439,733        372,089       344,945       338,583       331,298       324,495       303,418       308,613
 Finance                              636,850       597,054       577,133        554,745       525,771       498,140       483,421       472,561       504,158       497,947
 Purchasing                           208,345       210,623       192,060        172,760       135,954       128,621       135,042       119,057       117,912       139,077
 Economic Development                 162,201       342,570       282,565        282,565       284,465       331,280       256,280       338,480       313,480       313,480
 Planning & Development             1,211,381     1,085,824       974,190        946,285     1,018,181       967,631       902,860       796,806       919,907       879,324
 Non-departmental                   4,288,062     5,443,982     3,784,010      3,324,319     3,158,650     3,115,716     2,771,808     2,765,030     2,992,034     2,812,157
   Total General Government        19,869,606    20,733,767    18,518,093     16,088,793    15,257,660    14,421,713    14,014,638    13,921,452    14,252,980    13,728,014
Recreation & culture:
 Recreation:
   Special Projects                        -             -             -              -        307,932       327,711       326,073       253,111       220,024       215,522
   Special Events                          -             -             -              -              -             -             -             -             -             -
   Administration                          -             -             -              -        266,957       240,290       242,813       193,401       230,349       243,809
   Park Maintenance                        -             -             -         30,725      1,036,747       942,934     1,071,197     1,137,816     1,426,219     1,292,685
   Cleveland Park                          -             -             -         12,091        489,740       472,961       412,219       372,190             -             -
   Pools                                   -             -             -              -              -         6,555        25,930        26,753        37,118        98,267
   Paddle Boats                            -             -             -              -              -             -             -             -             -             -
   City Centers                            -             -             -              -             15       392,003       717,906       827,528       820,164       836,615
   County Centers                          -             -             -              -        767,892       719,866       702,990       741,843       733,683       764,982
   Swim Center                             -             -             -              -              -       151,060       282,049       289,627       283,837       322,506
   Athletics                               -             -            32         10,560        248,452       252,456       260,907       160,244       164,314       241,361
   Train                                   -             -             -              -              -             -             -             -             -            45
   DSS Summer Lunch Program                -             -             -              -         27,555        31,653        27,640        32,191        27,592        25,732
   Soccer Complex                          -             -             -              -         61,634        44,336        51,512        57,926        76,336        77,124
   County Projects                         -             -             -              -        354,349       144,539       104,725       154,312     1,381,610       157,909
 Historical Association Museum        39,150        39,150        39,150         39,150         39,150        37,980        37,980        39,150        52,200        52,200
 Arts Partnership                    227,000       227,000       226,130        226,130        226,130       226,630       226,630       233,636       251,221       238,305
   Total Recreation & Culture        266,150       266,150       265,312        318,656      3,826,553     3,990,974     4,490,571     4,519,728     5,704,667     4,567,062
Judicial:
 Clerk of Court                     2,385,265     2,521,919     2,111,318      2,064,436     1,939,618     1,921,986     1,906,995     1,775,023     1,784,662     1,717,043
 Probate Court                      1,103,639     1,077,940     1,050,023      1,022,397       934,589       853,767       806,218       760,782       789,470       763,737
 Master-in-Equity                     365,733       367,347       357,930        345,860       327,183       311,642       312,783       297,124       290,083       275,758
 Public Defender                    1,467,483     1,595,418     1,523,596      1,247,260     1,141,674     1,121,401       928,277       842,956       909,751       832,024
 District Magistrates                 688,381       688,732       654,030        599,846       584,771       586,421       545,086       488,689       472,600       550,767
 Magisterial Court                  2,464,662     2,550,468     2,461,508      2,293,139     2,157,145     2,146,491     2,099,997     1,919,579     1,976,926     1,552,480
 Drug Court                                 -             -             -              -             -             -             -       155,350             -             -
 Circuit Solicitor                  3,385,588     3,513,738     3,298,185      2,979,859     2,913,428     2,785,210     2,694,412     2,411,684     2,654,991     2,056,699
 Victim/witness Program               163,764       151,766       147,207        136,325       128,792       114,403       121,247       114,403       113,806       107,582
 Pretrial - Adult                     275,404       254,606       249,175        239,358       223,498       206,734       206,640       196,480       201,408       184,310
 Pretrial - Juvenile                  103,203       104,202        90,362         83,969        70,223        69,110        71,013        68,917        69,992        70,644
   Total Judicial                  12,403,122    12,826,136    11,943,334     11,012,449    10,420,921    10,117,165     9,692,668     9,030,987     9,263,689     8,111,044




APPENDIX C – TEN-YEAR HISTORIES                                                                                                                                      AC4
                                                   SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                 FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET

                                                                  Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                              General Fund
                                                   Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance
                                                            For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010 - 2001
                                          2010 Budget    2009 Budget       2008           2007           2006           2005           2004           2003           2002           2001
Public safety:
 Communications - Repair & Maintenance        226,126        245,328        231,244        219,537        208,754        182,282        201,918        190,396        171,327        173,091
 Communications - Dispatching               3,192,586      3,326,205      3,031,058      3,002,504      2,896,933      2,463,641      2,230,370      2,079,327      1,966,700      1,949,112
 Communications - County Costs                351,052        386,989        378,702        377,444        312,004        302,044        300,682        294,381        311,526        300,151
 Criminal Justice Information System                -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -        159,305
 Sheriff                                   21,087,759     22,029,510     22,518,824     21,018,782     19,265,280     17,586,165     17,012,815     15,792,321     16,228,225     14,985,000
 Coroner                                      828,720        859,362      1,021,725        845,553        874,412        705,269        723,057        713,547        610,251        617,456
 Detention Facilities                      12,996,203     13,461,869     14,848,445     12,969,638     11,892,469     10,957,757     10,873,611      9,295,473      9,164,838      8,680,989
 New Detention Facility Maintenance                 -              -              -         (1,365)       590,501        519,654        507,104        462,062        444,186        450,617
 Local Law Enforcement Grant                        -              -          2,738         65,032        123,544        243,406         89,831        773,779        465,182        514,940
 Fire Marshal                                       -              -              -              -            169              -              -              -              -        173,903
 Volunteer Fire Departments                   446,750        446,750         34,557        384,798        594,013        206,696        354,741        201,986        364,505        599,146
 Emergency Services Academy                   203,318        239,726        229,132        249,858        210,349        236,306        173,936        180,372        180,537        212,774
 National Guard Units                               -              -              -              -              -              -              -          4,000          4,000              -
 Emergency Preparedness Office                218,356        237,025        230,553        230,582        171,934        167,187        288,620        146,733        200,580        199,314
 Haz Mat Team                                 143,766        185,490        192,073        179,469        121,696         39,482         16,413         21,221         21,303         39,014
   Total Public Safety                     39,694,636     41,418,254     42,719,051     39,541,832     37,262,058     33,609,889     32,773,098     30,155,598     30,133,160     29,054,812
Roads:
 Public Works - Engineering & Constr.         332,785        452,879        373,259        404,642        376,738        357,634        575,512        585,065        595,715        710,000
 Public Works - Administration                150,035        154,471        150,076        177,639        133,384        125,331        125,835         70,228         75,946              -
 Public Works - Road Maintenance            3,190,293      4,142,350      4,204,279      5,667,113      5,569,441      4,940,236      4,160,440      4,367,347      4,824,781      7,009,441
   Total Roads                              3,673,113      4,749,700      4,727,614      6,249,394      6,079,563      5,423,201      4,861,787      5,022,640      5,496,442      7,719,441
Sanitation:
 Animal Control                             1,514,339      1,461,765      1,440,482      1,149,264       867,276        826,834        915,430        810,061        881,787        776,095
   Total Sanitation                         1,514,339      1,461,765      1,440,482      1,149,264       867,276        826,834        915,430        810,061        881,787        776,095
Health & welfare:
 Indigent Care Services                       871,125        937,513        928,880        930,500        863,676        726,860        737,236        876,203        969,072        923,767
 Emergency Medical Services                 1,709,648      1,733,562        718,504      1,325,877      1,514,735      1,856,526      1,834,140      1,526,808      1,636,626      2,814,824
 Transportation Service Bureau                 48,500         48,500         50,514         51,902         53,669         56,135         56,297         58,998         63,617        101,686
 Mountainview Nursing Home                    105,843        103,980        104,340        101,620        101,620        101,620        101,620        104,500        104,500        110,000
 Area Mental Health                           365,600        365,600        351,433        336,944        337,053        367,059        345,141        350,711        331,297        346,820
 Health Department                            270,000        270,000        270,000        275,990        287,652        273,617        267,523        300,279        305,101        304,520
 Rescue Squads                                125,750        154,500        154,546        155,572        149,221        138,639        135,623        142,791        151,034        145,645
 Department of Social Services                135,000        140,000        135,000        135,000        135,000        116,810        116,810        120,463        135,826        131,659
 Senior Centers                                89,000        231,320        231,320        231,320        272,150        245,894        222,621        294,178        325,850        304,064
 Girls Home                                    35,000         30,000         22,000         22,000         22,000         20,460         20,460         21,089         28,889         28,889
 Boys Home                                     65,000         65,000         53,000         53,000         53,000         53,000         53,000         58,088         62,460         62,460
   Total Health & Welfare                   3,820,466      4,079,975      3,019,537      3,619,725      3,789,776      3,956,620      3,890,471      3,854,108      4,114,272      5,274,334
Buildings:
 Human Resource Center                              -              -              -         (1,858)       416,640        356,418        306,184        265,907        260,308        236,559
 Community Services (Dent) Building                 -              -              -              -         92,950         58,785         57,703         51,491         46,333          1,844
 County Judical Center                              -              -              -         (4,459)       806,537        810,873        765,209        897,277        907,717        747,623
 County Administrative Building                     -              -              -         (3,419)       502,039        437,997        496,776        488,240        522,972        474,088
 Library Street Building                            -              -              -              -         46,352         41,442         37,482         43,717         42,465        111,448
 County Buildings                           3,294,427      3,344,355      3,371,670      2,669,991         20,278              -              -              -              -              -
   Total Buildings                          3,294,427      3,344,355      3,371,670      2,660,255      1,884,796      1,705,515      1,663,354      1,746,632      1,779,795      1,571,562
Conservation:
 County Extension Office                        1,460          1,460          1,460          1,460          1,460          1,460          1,460          1,500          3,000          3,000
 Soil & Water Conservation                     35,076         35,380         35,072         33,501         31,867         29,569         23,828         29,979         40,208         36,852
   Total Conservation                          36,536         36,840         36,532         34,961         33,327         31,029         25,288         31,479         43,208         39,852
Other:
 Higher Education                                   -              -              -              -              -              -              -           200           1,000          1,000
 Capital Outlay                                     -              -              -              -              -              -              -             -               -              -
 Debt Service:
   Principal                                        -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -        400,578
   Interest                                         -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -              -         22,072
   Total Other                                      -              -              -              -              -              -              -            200          1,000        423,650
   Total Expenditures                      84,572,395     88,916,942     86,041,625     80,675,329     79,421,930     74,082,940     72,327,305     69,092,885     71,671,000     71,265,866
   Excess (deficiency) of revenues over
       (under) expendiutres                 1,474,905       813,408      (3,914,951)    (3,398,085)      (556,928)     1,546,779       622,197       1,769,047     (2,554,328)    (2,335,361)
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES)
 Transfers in                               1,515,700        485,000      1,839,513        815,437        855,999      1,243,663        840,105        817,774      1,242,740      1,376,638
 Transfers out                               (740,602)    (1,635,060)    (1,685,258)    (3,848,391)    (1,002,922)      (647,159)      (581,870)    (1,311,474)    (1,702,641)      (464,692)
 Capital lease proceeds                             -              -              -      3,275,368              -              -              -              -              -              -
   Total other financing sources (uses)       775,098     (1,150,060)       154,255        242,414       (146,923)       596,504        258,235       (493,700)      (459,901)       911,946
Net change in fund balance                  2,250,003       (336,652)    (3,760,696)    (3,155,671)      (703,851)     2,143,283        880,432      1,275,347     (3,014,229)    (1,423,415)
Fund balances at beginning of year         11,216,532     11,553,184     15,313,880     18,469,549     19,173,398     17,030,123     16,149,690     14,874,349     17,888,579     19,311,995
Fund balances at end of year              $13,466,535    $11,216,532    $11,553,184    $15,313,878    $18,469,547    $19,173,406    $17,030,122    $16,149,696    $14,874,350    $17,888,580




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                                                             SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
                                                           FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET


                                                                              Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                              Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances
                                                                                         General Fund
                                                                                     Last Ten Fiscal Years
                                                   2010 Budget     2009 Budget         2008            2007            2006            2005            2004           2003            2002             2001
REVENUES
  Taxes                                            $ 55,322,000    $ 51,896,800    $ 46,208,244    $ 43,727,467    $ 46,390,730    $ 46,354,232    $ 44,880,889    $ 43,892,979    $ 42,438,954    $ 41,402,320
  Permits, fines, and fees                            9,191,500      10,338,500       9,952,643       9,171,203       9,592,842       8,874,181       9,300,939       8,149,883       7,979,138       7,527,061
  Intergovernmental - Federal                         2,363,000       2,647,000       2,473,475       2,667,792       2,852,329       2,525,646       2,457,079       2,378,825       1,660,508       1,392,730
  Intergovernmental - State                          14,286,400      17,703,000      16,635,063      14,864,401      13,626,038      12,863,611      12,604,332      12,494,699      12,643,884      13,020,673
  Intergovernmental - Local                           1,974,400       1,998,050       1,877,672       1,443,176       1,452,219       1,350,997       1,213,617       1,033,143       1,093,258         963,745
  Interest                                              430,000       2,400,000       1,527,540       3,049,111       2,285,123       1,228,081         269,412         800,254         930,774       2,565,097
  Miscellaneous                                       2,480,000       2,747,000       3,452,037       2,354,094       2,665,721       2,432,971       2,223,234       2,112,149       2,370,156       2,058,879
    Total revenues                                   86,047,300      89,730,350      82,126,674      77,277,244      78,865,002      75,629,719      72,949,502      70,861,932      69,116,672      68,930,505
EXPENDITURES
  Current:
    General government                               19,869,606      20,733,767      18,518,093      16,088,793      15,257,660      14,421,713      14,014,638      13,921,452      14,252,980      13,728,014
    Public Safety                                    39,694,636      41,418,254      42,719,051      39,541,832      37,262,058      33,609,889      32,773,098      30,155,598      30,133,160      29,054,812
    Roads                                             3,673,113       4,749,700       4,727,614       6,249,394       6,079,563       5,423,201       4,861,787       5,022,640       5,496,442       7,719,441
    Sanitation                                        1,514,339       1,461,765       1,440,482       1,149,264         867,276         826,834         915,430         810,061         881,787         776,095
    Health & welfare                                  3,820,466       4,079,975       3,019,537       3,619,725       3,789,776       3,956,620       3,890,471       3,854,108       4,114,272       5,274,334
    Community & economic development                          -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -
    Culture & recreation                                266,150         266,150         265,312         318,656       3,826,553       3,990,974       4,490,571       4,519,728       5,704,667       4,567,062
    Conservation                                         36,536          36,840          36,532          34,961          33,327          31,029          25,288          31,479          43,208          39,852
    Judicial                                         12,403,122      12,826,136      11,943,334      11,012,449      10,420,921      10,117,165       9,692,668       9,030,987       9,263,689       8,111,044
    Buildings                                         3,294,427       3,344,355       3,371,670       2,660,255       1,884,796       1,705,515       1,663,354       1,746,632       1,779,795       1,571,562
    Other                                                     -               -               -               -               -               -               -             200           1,000           1,000
  Debt service:
    Principal                                                 -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -         400,578
    Interest & fees                                           -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -               -          22,072
      Total expenditures                             84,572,395      88,916,942      86,041,625      80,675,329      79,421,930      74,082,940      72,327,305      69,092,885      71,671,000      71,265,866
    Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under)
expenditures                                          1,474,905        813,408       (3,914,951)     (3,398,085)       (556,928)      1,546,779        622,197        1,769,047      (2,554,328)     (2,335,361)
Other financing sources (uses):
  Transfers in                                        1,515,700         485,000       1,839,513         815,437         855,999       1,243,663         840,105         817,774       1,242,740       1,376,638
  Transfers out                                        (740,602)     (1,635,060)     (1,685,258)     (3,848,391)     (1,002,922)       (647,159)       (581,870)     (1,311,474)     (1,702,641)       (464,692)
  Capital lease proceeds                                      -               -               -       3,275,368               -               -               -               -               -               -
    Total other financing sources (uses)                775,098      (1,150,060)        154,255         242,414        (146,923)        596,504         258,235        (493,700)       (459,901)        911,946
        Net change in fund balances                   2,250,003        (336,652)     (3,760,696)     (3,155,671)       (703,851)      2,143,283         880,432       1,275,347      (3,014,229)     (1,423,415)

Fund balances at beginning of year                   11,216,532      11,553,184      15,313,880      18,469,549      19,173,398      17,030,123      16,149,690      14,874,349      17,888,579      19,311,995
Fund balances at end of year                       $ 13,466,535    $ 11,216,532    $ 11,553,184    $ 15,313,878    $ 18,469,547    $ 19,173,406    $ 17,030,122    $ 16,149,696    $ 14,874,350    $ 17,888,580




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APPENDIX C – TEN-YEAR HISTORIES
                                                                                                                 Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                                                 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances
                                                                                                                          Road Maint Fund
                                                                                                                        Last Ten Fiscal Years
                                                                                     2010 Budget      2009 Budget          2008             2007            2006            2005          2004           2003           2002           2001
                                  REVENUES
                                    Permits, fines, and fees                             5,900,000        5,800,000        5,955,599        5,875,866       5,418,780       105,188              -              -              -              -
                                    Interest                                                20,000                -           81,112                -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                    Miscellaneous                                                -                -                -                -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                      Total revenues                                     5,920,000        5,800,000        6,036,711        5,875,866       5,418,780       105,188              -              -              -              -
                                  EXPENDITURES
                                    Current:
                                      Roads                                              6,648,451        6,378,548        5,039,840        4,700,846       4,412,816        34,311              -              -              -              -
                                      Community & economic development                           -                -                -                -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                    Debt service:
                                      Interest & fees                                            -                -                -                -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                        Total expenditures                               6,648,451        6,378,548        5,039,840        4,700,846       4,412,816        34,311              -              -              -              -
                                      Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under)
                                  expenditures                                            (728,451)        (578,548)        996,871         1,175,020       1,005,964        70,877              -              -              -              -
                                  Other financing sources (uses):
                                    Transfers out                                         (254,000)               -         (327,289)               -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA




                                      Total other financing sources (uses)                (254,000)               -         (327,289)               -               -             -              -              -              -              -
                                          Net change in fund balances                     (982,451)        (578,548)         669,582        1,175,020       1,005,964        70,877              -              -              -              -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                                  Fund balances at beginning of year                     2,342,894        2,921,442        2,251,860        1,076,840          70,876             -              -              -              -              -
                                  Fund balances at end of year                       $   1,360,443    $   2,342,894    $   2,921,442    $   2,251,860   $   1,076,840   $    70,877   $          -   $          -   $          -   $          -




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APPENDIX C – TEN-YEAR HISTORIES
                                                                                                                 Spartanburg County, South Carolina
                                                                                                 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances
                                                                                                                   Solid Waste Management Fund
                                                                                                                        Last Ten Fiscal Years
                                                                                     2010 Budget      2009 Budget            2008             2007             2006             2005             2004              2003              2002              2001
                                  REVENUES
                                    Permits, fines, and fees                             7,570,000        7,530,000         7,589,552         7,448,513       7,077,343         6,759,579       6,599,224         6,462,908         5,944,555         5,884,800
                                    Intergovernmental - State                              130,000          108,000           130,877           135,932         113,322           110,298         108,136           113,969           130,009           128,182
                                    Interest                                                80,000                -           322,823                 -               -                 -               -                 -                 -                 -
                                    Miscellaneous                                           10,000           90,000             4,000            36,937          48,141            18,614               3            18,408             4,336                27
                                      Total revenues                                     7,790,000        7,728,000         8,047,252         7,621,382       7,238,806         6,888,491       6,707,363         6,595,285         6,078,900         6,013,009
                                  EXPENDITURES
                                    Current:
                                      Sanitation                                         6,100,607        6,194,380         5,563,363         7,379,482       8,487,948         5,858,497       4,927,142         5,370,095         3,522,337         4,084,727
                                      Community & economic development                           -                -                 -                 -               -                 -               -                 -                 -                 -
                                    Debt service:
                                      Interest & fees                                            -                -                 -                 -               -                 -               -                 -                 -                 -
                                        Total expenditures                               6,100,607        6,194,380         5,563,363         7,379,482       8,487,948         5,858,497       4,927,142         5,370,095         3,522,337         4,084,727
                                      Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under)
                                  expenditures                                           1,689,393        1,533,620         2,483,889          241,900        (1,249,142)       1,029,994       1,780,221         1,225,190         2,556,563         1,928,282
                                  Other financing sources (uses):
                                    Transfers in                                                 -                 -                 -               -                 -                -                -            18,320               300             2,821
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA




                                    Transfers out                                         (557,500)       (1,642,200)       (5,157,024)              -                 -                -       (1,073,690)       (1,070,000)       (1,066,466)       (1,068,963)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FY 2009/10 RECOMMENDED OPERATING BUDGET




                                      Total other financing sources (uses)                (557,500)       (1,642,200)       (5,157,024)              -                 -                -       (1,073,690)       (1,051,680)       (1,066,166)       (1,066,142)
                                          Net change in fund balances                    1,131,893          (108,580)       (2,673,135)        241,900        (1,249,142)       1,029,994          706,531           173,510         1,490,397           862,140

                                  Fund balances at beginning of year                     4,817,686        4,926,266         7,599,401         7,357,503       8,606,644         7,576,650       6,870,120         6,696,612         5,206,214         4,344,074
                                  Fund balances at end of year                       $   5,949,579    $   4,817,686     $   4,926,266     $   7,599,403   $   7,357,502     $   8,606,644   $   7,576,651     $   6,870,122     $   6,696,611     $   5,206,