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					     ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MARYLAND


APPROVED REVENUES AND APPROPRIATIONS
    OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETS

            FISCAL YEAR 2006


    ST. MARY'S COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

        Thomas F. McKay, President
            Kenneth R. Dement
           Lawrence D. Jarboe
          Thomas A. Mattingly Sr.
             Daniel H. Raley


             George G. Forrest
            County Administrator


        St. Mary's County Government
             Governmental Center
                 P.O. Box 653
           23115 Leonard Hall Drive
        Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
               (301) 475-4200
          PREPARED BY:

      DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
   ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MARYLAND


     CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
          Elaine M. Kramer


   DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
        L. Jeannett Cudmore


      BUDGET/FISCAL ANALYST
           M. Carlotta Bell
         Patricia M. Stiegman


SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR
           Joyce M. Ford

    SENIOR OFFICE SPECIALIST
          Aretha S. Walls
                 MISSION STATEMENT

St. Mary’s County Government will:
      Be responsible and accountable to the County’s citizens
      Provide high quality, cost effective and efficient services
      Preserve the County’s environment, heritage, and rural character; and
      Foster opportunities for present and future generations.


                         Board of County Commissioners
                         For St. Mary’s County
                               TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                    PAGE
INTRODUCTION
Introduction                                        i
Budget Message                                      ii-iv
Budget Process                                      v
History of St. Mary’s County                        vi
St. Mary's County - Demographic Data                vii-x
St. Mary's County Government Organization Chart     xi
Readers Budget Guide                                xii
Reading a Typical Budget Page – Operating Budget    xiii
Reading a Typical Budget Page – Capital Budget      xiv-xv
Total Approved Budget Summary                       xvii
FY 2006 Total Budget By Fund - Chart                xviii
FY 2006 Total Budget Revenues - Chart               xix
FY 2006 Total Budget Expenditures -Chart            xx

OPERATING BUDGET
General Operating Fund                              1
FY2006 Budget Highlights                            2–4
General Fund Revenue Structure                      5
St. Mary’s County General Fund Revenues - Summary   6
FY 2006 General Fund Revenues - Chart               7
General Fund Revenues - Overview                    8–9
St. Mary’s County General Fund Revenues - Detail    10 – 13
FY 2006 General Fund Operating Budget-Chart         14
St. Mary’s County Expenditures-Summary              15
General Fund Budget Structure                       16
St. Mary’s County Expenditures                      17 – 36

Operating Budgets County Departments                37
County Commissioners/County Administrator           38 – 39
Department on Aging                                 40 – 41
Office of County Attorney                           42
Department of Economic and Community Development    43 – 44
Department of Finance                               45 – 46
Marcey Halfway House                                47
Department of Information Technology                48
Department of Human Resources                       49
Department of Land Use & Growth Management          50 – 51
Department of Public Works and Transportation       52 – 55
Department of Recreation and Parks                  56 – 60
Public Safety                                       61 – 63

Operating Budgets Elected Officials                 64
Circuit Court                                       65
Orphan's Court                                      66
Office of the Sheriff                               67 – 68
Office of the State's Attorney                      69
Office of the County Treasurer                      70
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Operating Budgets State Agencies/Independent Boards     71
Department of Health                                    72
Department of Social Services                           73
Alcohol Beverages Board                                 74
Supervisors of Elections                                75
Cooperative Extension Service                           76
Ethics Commission                                       77
Soil Conservation District                              78
Wicomico Scenic River Commission                        79
Board of Education                                      80 – 82
College of Southern Maryland                            83
Board of Library Trustees                               84

Operating Budgets Non-County Agencies                   85
Big Brothers/Big Sisters                                86
Catholic Charities                                      86
Department of Agriculture – St. Mary’s County Program   86
Farmers Markets                                         86
Greenwell Foundation                                    86
Historic St. Mary’s City Foundation                     87
Hospice of St. Mary's                                   87
Lexington Park Lions Club                               87
Lexington Park Rotary Club – Oyster Festival            87
Literacy Council of St. Mary’s                          87
Maryland Historical Society                             88
Seventh District Optimist                               88
SMC Forest Conservation District Board                  88
Sotterley Mansion Foundation                            88
Southern Maryland Center for L.I.F.E                    88
Southern Maryland Child Care Resources Center           89
So. Md. Higher Education Center                         89
Southern Maryland Navy Alliance                         89
So. Md. Resource Conservation/Development               89
St. Mary’s Caring, Inc.                                 89
St. Mary’s County Historical Society                    90
St. Mary’s College River Concert Series                 90
St. Mary’s College Scholarship Program                  90
St. Mary’s County Arts Council                          90
The ARC of Southern Maryland, Inc                       90
The Center for Family Advocacy                          91
The Center for Life Enrichment                          91
The Mental Health Authority of St. Mary’s               91
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association         91
Three Oaks Center                                       91
Tri – County Alternatives for Youth & Families, Inc.    92
Tri-County Community Action (SMTCCAC, Inc)              92
Tri-County Council                                      92
Tri-County Youth Services Bureau                        92
Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions       92
Walden/Sierra                                           93
Watermen's Association                                  93
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Operating Budgets Other Budget Costs                               94
Fire Departments and Rescue Squads                                 95
Supplemental Reserve - Expense                                     95
Leonardtown - Tax Rebate                                           95
Employer Contributions – Retiree Health Benefits                   96
Bank Service Charges/General Obligation Bond Administration Fees   96
Debt Service                                                       96
Reserve – CSM Scholarship Program                                  96
Capital Projects General Fund Transfer                             96
Reserve – Emergency Appropriations                                 97
Reserve –Rainy Day                                                 97
Reserve –Bond Rating                                               97

Enterprise and Special Revenue Funds                               98
Recreation and Parks Enterprise Fund                               99
Wicomico Shores Golf Enterprise Fund                               100
Medical Adult Day Care Special Revenue Fund                        101
Miscellaneous Revolving Fund                                       102
Emergency Services Support Fund                                    103
Fire Tax                                                           104
Rescue Tax                                                         105
Special Assessment Fund                                            106

CAPITAL BUDGET
Capital Improvements Fund                                          107
FY 2006 Capital Budget Projects – Chart                            108
FY 2006 Capital Budget Funding Sources – Chart                     109
St. Mary’s County Approved FY 2006 Capital Improvement Budget      110 – 111
FY 2007-2011 Capital Program Projects Chart                        112
FY 2007-2011 Capital Plan Funding Chart                            113
Capital Improvement Plan FY 2007-2011                              114 – 115

Capital Projects Public Facilities                                 117
Charlotte Hall Welcome Center                                      118 – 119
Lexington Manor - EDI                                              120 – 121
County Office Bldg HVAC Renov. And Additions                       122 – 123
Adult Detention Center Maintenance & Repairs                       124 – 125
Carter State Office Building Maintenance & Repairs                 126 – 127
ADC Booking/Inmate Processing Area                                 128 – 129
Building Maintenance and Repair Projects-Critical                  130 – 131
Naval Air Museum & Visitor Center                                  132 – 133
Parking/Site Improvements                                          134 – 135
Library System Assessment                                          136 – 137
Airport Improvements                                               138 – 139
College of Southern Maryland, Wellness & Pool                      140 – 141
Airport Master Plan                                                142 – 143
ADC Locking Mechanisms /Security Cameras                           144 – 145
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Capital Projects Marine                                           147
St. Jeromes Creek Dredging                                        148 – 149
Gibson Road                                                       150 – 151
Holly Point Shore Erosion Control                                 152 – 153
Patuxent Beach Road Revetment                                     154 – 155
Hollis Lake Inlet                                                 156 – 157
Thomas Road Revetment                                             158 - 159

Capital Projects Highways                                         161
Asphalt Overlay                                                   162 – 163
Modified Seal Surface Treatment                                   164 – 165
County Mapping                                                    166 – 167
Streetscape Improvements                                          168 – 169
Pegg Road Extension (to MD Route 5)                               170 – 171
Removal of Roadside Obstacles                                     172 – 173
Tulagi Place Revitalization                                       174 – 175
Transportation Plan Update                                        176 – 177
Bridge / Culvert Replacement & Repair                             178 – 179
Regional Stormwater Management Facility                           180 – 181

Capital Projects Solid Waste                                      183
St. Andrews Landfill Area D/Future Expansion/Closures             184 – 185

Capital Projects Land Conservation                                187
Agricultural Land Preservation Program                            188 – 189
Soil Survey                                                       190 – 191

Capital Projects Recreation and Parks                             193
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Renovation                          194 – 195
Three Notch Trail                                                 196 – 197
Wicomico Courts Replacement                                       198 – 199
Mansfield Property Canoe/Kayak Launch                             200 – 201
Seventh District Park Improvements                                202 – 203
Tennis Court Replacement                                          204 – 205
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Shore Erosion                       206 - 207
Myrtle Point Park                                                 208 – 209
Central County Park                                               210 – 211
St. Mary’s Gymnastics Center                                      212 – 213

Capital Projects Public Landings Acquisition and Development      215
Leonardtown Wharf/Park                                            216 – 217
Derelict Boat Removal                                             218 – 219
Patuxent River Public Landing                                     220 – 221
Paul Ellis Landing Pier Renovation                                222 – 223
Tall Timbers Landing Pier Renovation                              224 – 225
Clark’s Landing Boat Ramp                                         226 – 227

Capital Projects Public Schools                                   229
Margaret Brent Middle School - Addition/Renovation                230 – 231
George Washington Carver Elementary School - Replacement School   232 – 233
Leonardtown Elementary School – Addition/Renovation               234 – 235
First New Elementary School – Site to be Determined               236 – 237
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Capital Projects Public Schools – continued
Kindergarten Additions-Piney Point Elementary School (2)               238 – 239
Kindergarten Addition – Town Creek Elementary School (1)               240 – 241
Green Holly Elementary School – AHERA Project                          242 – 243
Leonardtown Middle School – State Relocatables                         244 – 245
Leonardtown High School – State Relocatables                           246 – 247
Great Mills High School – Gym Floor Resurfacing                        248 – 249
Ridge Elementary School – Site Parking Modifications                   250 – 251
Bethune Educational Center – Roof Systemic Renovation                  252 – 253
Site Acquisition – Various Locations                                   254 – 255
Relocatables for Various Sites                                         256 – 257
Americans with Disabilities Act                                        258 – 259
Spring Ridge Middle School – HVAC Systemic Renovation                  260 – 261
Oakville Elementary School – HVAC Systemic Renovation                  262 – 263
Chopticon High School – Gym Floor Resurfacing                          264 – 265
Greenview Knolls Elementary School – HVAC Systemic Renovation          266 – 267
Second New Elementary School – Site to be Determined                   268 – 269
New High School -1,200 Capacity Facility                               270 – 271
Leonardtown Middle School – HVAC Systemic Renovation                   272 – 273
Third New Elementary School – Site to be Determined                    274 – 275
Local Funding – Adequate Public Facilities                             276 – 277

APPENDIX
Authorized Positions and Salaries                                      279
Changes in FTE Positions                                               280
Authorized Positions-St. Mary’s County Budget                          281
Authorized County Government Positions FY 2006                         282 – 286
St. Mary's County Salary Schedule-County Employees                     288 – 289
St. Mary's County Salary Schedule-Engineering                          290 – 291
St. Mary's County Salary Schedule-Information Technology               290 – 291
St. Mary's County Salary Schedule-Law Enforcement                      292 – 293
St. Mary's County Salary Schedule-Corrections                          294 – 295

Tax Information                                                        296
Comparison of Selected Taxes and Fees By Subdivision                   297
St. Mary’s County Tax Rates                                            298
Impact of Local Taxes Using Average Values and Income for St. Mary’s   299
St. Mary’s County Property Tax Rates                                   300
St. Mary’s County Assessable Property Base                             301

Outstanding Debt                                                       302
Long-term Obligation                                                   303
St. Mary’s County Legal Debt Margin Under Existing Law                 304
Debt Affordability                                                     305
Fund Balance History                                                   306
Code Of St. Mary’s County Chapter 27-Budgetary and Fiscal Procedures   307 – 309

Glossary                                                               310
Glossary                                                               311 – 314
INTRODUCTION
                                              BUDGET MESSAGE


TO THE CITIZENS OF ST. MARY’S COUNTY:
         On May 31, 2005, the Board of County Commissioners, by majority vote, approved the budget for
Fiscal Year 2006, effective July 1, 2005. The budget, which was reviewed at the public hearing on April 26,
2005, is predicated upon estimates of available resources for FY2006, which are about 9.2 % higher than
FY2005. The total approved general fund budget for FY2006 is $151,279,974.

         We believe that this budget reflects a continuing commitment to the priorities of this community, while
using every dollar entrusted to us effectively to address your needs and expectations. For the second year in a
row, the Board of County Commissioners is pleased to inform the public that property and income tax rates have
been lowered. Citizens will enjoy a Property Tax rate of $.872, lowered from $.878, and an Income Tax rate of
3.00%, lowered from 3.05%. At the same time, the Board of County Commissioners continues to prioritize
education and public safety in its allocation of resources, with both areas realizing significant increases in their
budgeted funding levels for FY2006.

          Revenue estimates reflect a strong economy in FY2005 that is expected to continue in FY2006.
Income tax revenue is expected to increase $6,675,000 over the approved FY2005 budget level, after giving
effect to the full impact of the rate reductions effective January 1, 2005 and 2006. This reflects the strong
collection experience through the first half of FY2005. Property tax income is estimated to increase a net 4.1%
over the approved FY2005 budget. These revenue estimates reflect the reduced property tax rate which is
effective July 1, 2005. This estimate is based upon assessed value information provided by the State, and
reflects the fact that the County has a 5% cap on the increase in assessed value that is actually billed to
residents on property tax billings. The FY2006 budget includes a partial restoration by the State of the cuts to
Highway User fees made in FY2004 and FY2005. This revenue source is budgeted to increase $1 .6 million, or
28.7%. The budget assumes the use of the $3,026,965 FY2004 audited unreserved, undesignated fund
balance, specifically to fund the accumulated medical adult daycare deficit and to fund pay-go transfers to the
capital projects fund, both of which are discussed below.

          The FY2006 budget provides $62.6 million in County general funds for public schools, a 6.3% increase
over last year. This fully funds the St. Mary’s County Bridge to Excellence, the collaborative agreement between
the Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Education, which was signed in April 2004. The funding is
based on enrollment and cost per pupil data established through the Thornton Commission study. With this fully
funded request, they are able to add 92.2 positions, including 38.5 classroom teachers and 34 classroom
paraeducators, expand all day kindergarten, and provide a 5% phased COLA for teachers and administrators.
This total includes the request in May by the Board of Education for an additional $600,000, which is allocated to
add 8 new full time positions and fund other costs associated with the Great Mills High School Enhancement, the
Criminal Justice program, and a technology initiative that supports compliance with the federal No Child Left
Behind Act. The Board of County Commissioners’ commitment to education is further evidenced by fully funding
the Board of Education’s capital request of $13.5 million of County funding for schools projects.

         Public Safety is another funding priority of the Board of County Commissioners. The FY2006 budget
allocates to the Office of the Sheriff $20.8 million, an 11.7% increase over last year. The funding supports 8 new
deputies, 1 correctional officer, and 1 Inmate Services Coordinator. It also funds pay parity with the Maryland
State Police, the purchase of 8 new and 22 replacement vehicles, as well as the increased costs of food and
medical services for inmates. The budget also allocates $3.6 million to the
Budget Message
Page 2

Department of Public Safety, an increase of 10.2%, which funds 2 communications specialists and 1 emergency
management manager position and allocated $100,000 to reclassification of communication specialist positions.

          A significantly increased allocation is budgeted for the Department on Aging. The FY2006 budget
allocates $2.6 million, an increase of 47.7%. This includes approximately $267,000 for recurring activities. It also
includes 3.5 new positions and the associated operating costs for the new Northern Senior Center. As well as
$55,000, including .5 FTE positions to continue operating the Oakley Senior Center, which was originally intended
to be consolidated with the new Northern Center. Prior to FY2006, the levels of activity and funding, including
grants and fees, for the medical adult daycare operation were not sufficient to cover costs and resulted in an
accumulated deficit of $589,007 as of June 30, 2004. The budget includes $589,007 to replenish this deficit.
Through consolidation of two daycare centers, the medical adult daycare operation is now expected to offer more
effective services to the approximate 50 participating adults, and be able to operate at a break-even.

          Increased County funding of 6.9% to the College of Southern Maryland brings the total County funding to
$2.2 million, and yields a total operating budget for CSM of $7.6 million. And for the first time ever, the Board
established a scholarship fund of $50,000 for the College of Southern Maryland. The total County funding to the
Board of Library Trustees, totals $1,781,142, an increase of 6.9%, and will result in a total operating budget for the
Library of $2.5 million. Both of these entities also receive significant State funding, which is expected to increase
3.5% and 3.1% for the College and Library, respectively.

          Other general fund allocations include a 3.0% COLA for County employees, effective July 1, 2005, as well
as operating funds needed to cover the increased costs of retiree health insurance, utilities, fuel, and tipping fees
for solid waste and recycling costs. The budget includes $1.7 million to fund the bus contracts for non-public
schools student transportation, an increase of 11% over 2005. This funds increases in the driver, fringe, fuel and
maintenance rates within those contracts, matching those paid by the Board of Education for its contract student
transportation. This budget includes funds to continue the vehicle replacement program, allowing the replacement
of 19 vehicles, in addition to the 22 for the Sheriff.

          The Board of County Commissioners continued it’s funding of reserves and transfers that help to keep
debt and debt related costs down. These include $370,000 to our Bond Rating Reserve, $125,000 to the Rainy
Day Fund, and a transfer of $3,151,010 to the Capital Projects fund as “pay-go”, reducing the amount of bonds
needed for capital projects. All of these are important elements in our credit rating, which helps us to achieve a low
interest rate on our capital project bonds. There is also $500,000 set aside for emergency appropriations during
FY2006 for under budgeted expenditures, funding shortfalls, or to respond to requests for items not budgeted.

         This document contains not only the County’s operating budget, known as the General Fund, including
grants, but also the Capital Improvements Budget, and the County’s Enterprise and Revolving funds. It also
contains information and statistics of general interest, such as tax rates, debt statistics, staffing, and fund balance
levels.

         The FY 2006 capital budget totals $37,953,685, with the County funding totaling $23,316,408, or 61%.
Public schools projects account for $16.5 million, or 57%. In addition to fully funding the Board of Education’s
requests, the Board of County Commissioners accelerated $4.7 million in county funding for land for school sites
and $868,000 for the design of a new elementary school to FY2006, a reflection of the County Commissioners’
commitment to assist the Board of Education to address its school site and capacity issues.
Budget Message
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The FY2006 budget funds the addition/renovation project for Margaret Brent, the Carver replacement school, the
renovation/addition of Leonardtown Elementary School, several all-day kindergarten additions, and systemic
renovation projects. The capital budget also includes the Naval Air Museum, renovations at the Detention
Center, revitalization of Tulagi Place in Lexington Park. The County Office Building, highways maintenance and
improvement projects, $2.7 million for land preservation, expansion of the Three Notch Trail, and improvements
to the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and the 7th District Park.

          The capital improvements program for fiscal years 2007 through 2011 totals $124,121,954. It provides
full funding for the Board of Education’s request, which includes construction of 2 new elementary schools and
planning for a third, as well as planning and the start of construction for a new high school. Systemic projects for
Spring Ridge and Leonardtown Middle Schools and Oakville and Greenview Knolls Elementary Schools are also
in the plan. The Commissioners added a County funded project, totaling $8.3 million, to position the County to
readily respond to new school construction needs, should State funding not be approved when needed. Other
projects in the 5 year plan include major renovations at the Detention Center, improvements to the airport, and
construction of a Wellness Center on CSM’s Leonardtown campus. The plan addresses transportation issues
such as Tulagi Place and Pegg Road, as well as annual funding allocations for land preservation, road
maintenance and the expansion of Three Notch Trail.

          Our budget allocations are designed to respond to your expectations for public schools, public safety,
and improved services, as well as the increased costs to operate new parks and other public facilities. We
appreciate your interest in this budget document – the financial plan for the County. We believe this budget is a
responsible plan to allocate available resources to the needs and priorities of this community, and provide
efficient services, while at the same time passing savings on to the citizens through another reduction in tax
rates. We look forward to your continued participation in the process of government.


                                                       BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                       FOR ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MARYLAND
                THE ST. MARY'S COUNTY BUDGET PROCESS
        The County budget consists of the current expense operating budget, the capital budget and program,
and the budget message. It represents a complete financial plan of the County and reflects receipts and
disbursements from all sources. The County budget formulation process begins in July for the fiscal year that
begins on the following July 1. The steps in the budget process are as follows:

                                                              recommended budget for consideration to the
July                                                          County Commissioners.
• Department of Finance and County spending
    units implement current approved fiscal year          •   County Commissioners consider recommended
    budget.                                                   budget impact on debt affordability.

October                                                   •   County Commissioners review and finalize a
• Spending units receive budget instructions,                 Recommended Budget.
   guidelines, and forms for the next fiscal year.
                                                          April
November                                                  • County Commissioners hold public hearing on
• General budget guidelines developed.                       Recommended Budget.

December                                                  May
• Presentation of economic outlook to County              • Board of County Commissioners consider input
   Commissioners.                                            received at the public hearings

•   Department    of   Finance     formulates             •   Commissioners direct the reconciliation of
    recommended revenue estimates.                            available resources, including revenues and
                                                              fund balance, to the spending plan / budget.
•   Board of County Commissioners set budget
    parameters                                            •   Commissioners develop a final budget.

January                                                   •   Commissioners adopt resolution approving a
• Capital budget requests presented to Board of               final budget and tax rate for the new fiscal year
   County Commissioners.                                      (required on or before June 1).

February                                                  June
• Staff review of operating and capital budget            • Department of Finance prepares and distributes
   requests by County departments and agencies.              an approved summary operating and capital
                                                             budget document.
•   Departments present Capital Budgets and plans
    to   the     Planning     Commission       for        July
    recommendation                                        • New fiscal year begins

•   Spending units transmit budgetary requests to         •   Budget Book Published and released
    the Department of Finance.



March
• County Administrator and Finance develop a
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

Yesterday ---                                                                       The centuries old seafood industry has slowed. There are just 600 licensed
                                                                                    watermen currently engaged in commercial fishing and the harvesting of
      The first European settlers landed in this area on March 25, 1634 when        oysters, soft clams, crabs, and eels.
over 300 passengers disembarked from the Ark and Dove. Led by Leonard
Calvert, this first group of settlers left from Cowes, the isle of Wight, England         The rural nature and surrounding waters of our county are ideal for
and landed on an island in the Potomac River which they named St. Clements          recreational activities. The tourism industry has seen a gradual increase in
Island (sometimes referred to as Blackistone Island).                               outdoor interests such as boating, biking and fishing. Preservation and
                                                                                    interpretation of our historic areas has also led to a rise in heritage tourism.
      Later, seeking a more protected area in which to settle, Governor
Calvert sailed up the St. Mary's River to the base of a high bluff where the             Roads within the County are maintained by the State Highway
ship could be brought almost to the shore. The Indians there, members of the        Administration working in liaison with the County Department of Public Works.
Piscataway tribes of the Algonquin nation, proved friendly and agreeable to         County roads are named and State roads are numbered. St. Mary's County
trade. Under a mulberry tree, axes, hoes, cloth, and hatchets were                  has a special taxing district resolution allowing homeowners to petition the
exchanged for an area of 30 square miles. There the colonists established St.       County for acceptance of their roads into the County system, provided the
Mary's City, which in colonial days contained a church, a jail, the State House     homeowners bear the cost of upgrading the road to County standards.
and about 30 houses protected by two forts, St. Mary's City and St. Inigoes.
                                                                                          The Captain Walter Francis Duke Regional Airport at St. Mary’s is
       It was in St. Mary's City on January 26, 1635, that the General Assembly     located 8 miles north of the Naval Air Station on Airport Road The Airport,
first met and where the State House was built in 1676. Composed of the Lord         constructed in 1969, is adjacent to the St. Mary’s Industrial Park. It is owned
Proprietor, the Governor, the Upper House appointed by the Lord Proprietor,         and operated by the Board of County Commissioners. Services available
and the Lower House of Burgesses, the assembly followed the customs and             include fuel sales, mechanic services, charter flights, flight school, and a paint
practices of the British Parliament.                                                shop.

       On April 21, 1649, "An Act Concerning Religion", later known as the              Local newspapers, radio and television stations cover local and national
Toleration Act, was passed by the General Assembly. It granted religious            news and events.
freedom to all who believed in God. This was the first law granting freedom
of religion, a freedom that would later be included as the first amendment to       Form of Government ---
the U.S. Constitution.
                                                                                           In Maryland, county governments may be organized as charter
     The years during which St. Mary's City served as the capital of Maryland        counties, code counties or non-home-rule counties. All act under limitations
were anything but quiet as the political upheaval and religious controversies in     legislated by the State government. St. Mary's is a non-home-rule county
England were reflected in the Maryland colony. This period of unrest                 governed by an elected five-member Board of County Commissioners. This
culminated in the Protestant Revolution of 1689-1692 during which the                Board exercises the powers conferred upon it by the General Assembly of
government of Lord Baltimore was overthrown and the Toleration Act was               Maryland, including authorization to issue debt to finance capital projects.
voided. The first royal governor, Lionel Copley, was appointed in 1692 and
two years later the capital was moved to Anne Arundel Town, later called                    The County Commissioners are elected for four-year terms. All are
Annapolis. Later, in 1710, the county seat was moved from St. Mary's City to         elected by the entire County voting population. Four commissioners must
the newly established town of Leonardtown.                                           live in the district they represent. The fifth Commissioner, the President of
                                                                                     the Board, may live anywhere in the County.
      During the Revolutionary War of 1812 minor battles were fought in St.
Mary's County. Burning and looting of homes was so prevalent that many                      The County is administered under a line organizational method, with an
residents were financially ruined.                                                   appointed County Administrator responsible for the day-to-day
                                                                                     administration of the County government. The Commissioners serve on a
       During the Civil War St. Mary's County was supportive of the South and        part-time basis, meeting at least weekly at the Governmental Center in
was often referred to as "Little Dixie". Many residents crossed the Potomac to       Leonardtown. Meetings are open to the public, and minutes of meetings are
fight with the South. Point Lookout at                                               available to all.
the southern tip of the County, became the site for the Hammond General
Hospital, built by the Union Government. The Point Lookout Prison was built               The County Commissioners establish all County policies; enact
after the Battle of Gettysburg. Thousands of Confederate soldiers died there.        ordinances which have the force and effect of the law; review and approve
Although a monument at Point Lookout lists 3,384 Confederate dead, it is             annual budgets and work plans for all departments and agencies receiving
thought that many more died and were buried in the sand.                             County funds; conduct public hearings and make decisions on land use
                                                                                     matters, including zoning, water and sewer categories, and appeals from the
Today ---                                                                            Planning Commission.

     From 1790 to 1940 the population of St. Mary's County was constant at                 In addition, the County Commissioners appoint all department heads,
about 15,000 residents, most of whom worked as farmers or watermen. The              members of boards, commissions, and committees; purchase and maintain
County changed in 1942 with the letting of a contract for the first increment of     County property; approve roads construction and maintenance; and serve
construction of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Since that time the            as the County's chief elected officials in dealing with other counties, the
County's population has grown from 14,626 in 1940 to 86,211 today.                   state, and federal government.

      There are numerous post offices in St. Mary’s County but only one                                                    Reprinted From: Know Your County
incorporated town, Leonardtown, the county seat.. Leonardtown was the first                                                            League of Women Voters
town to be incorporated in the United States. With a population of about                                                                   of St. Mary's County
1,896, Leonardtown is over-shadowed by Lexington Park, a community of                                                                         Fifth edition 2001
27,003 outside the gates of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Another
area of great population growth is the northern part of the County, which is
home to many residents who commute to work in the Washington, DC
metropolitan area.

    Farming, once a major activity in St. Mary's remains important to the
economy. Today there are about 353 full-time and 320 part-time farmers.
                ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MARYLAND
                                              BRIEF ECONOMIC FACTS




    Department of Business &
     Economic Development



 St. Mary’s County is situated on a peninsula in Southern Maryland with over 400 miles of shoreline on the Patuxent River, Potomac River and
 Chesapeake Bay. Home to the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), and over
 200 high-tech defense contractors, the County has emerged as a world-class center for maritime aviation research, development and testing. Due
 mainly to the influx of technical jobs resulting from the consolidation of several Navy activities, the County had one of the largest increases in its
 median household income during the past decade in the State.
 The area combines access to technology with a rich heritage and a myriad of outdoor opportunities. The County’s location allows for easy access
 to major metropolitan areas while offering residents a high quality of life and affordable lifestyles. St. Mary’s 1,770 businesses employ 26,000
 workers; an estimated 34 of these businesses have 100 or more workers. Businesses include Advanced Information Engineering Services, BAE
 Systems, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Titan Systems and many others. Non-defense employers include the Lundeberg School of
 Seamanship, St. Mary’s Hospital, St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Merkle Mailing. The Lexington Park area has been designated a State
 Enterprise Zone and Focus Area, affording a number of incentives for expanding businesses.


LOCATION                                                                         CLIMATE
Driving distance from Leonardtown:                                               Yearly Precipitation (inches)                                   47.5
                            (in miles)               (in kilometers)             Yearly Snowfall (inches)                                        17.8
Atlanta, GA                       610                           981              Summer Temperature (°F)                                         74.4
Baltimore, MD                       80                          129              Winter Temperature (°F)                                         37.4
Boston, MA                        470                           756              Duration of Freeze-Free Period                              199 days
Chicago, IL                       737                         1,186              Note: Temperature and precipitation data based on 30 year averages.
New York, NY                      263                           423
                                                                                 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Maryland State
Philadelphia, PA                  174                           280              Office of Climatology.
Pittsburgh, PA                    282                           454
Richmond, VA                        95                          153
Washington, DC                      54                           87


POPULATION                                                                       POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
                               St. Mary’s                                        (2005 Projection)
                                  County                   Maryland              Age                            Number                         Percent
1990 Census                        75,974                  4,780,753             Under 5                          7,190                            7.5
2000 Census                        86,211                  5,296,486             5 - 19                          21,070                           22.1
2005 Projection                    95,500                  5,610,500             20 - 44                         33,800                           35.4
2010 Projection                  102,700                   5,856,100             45 - 64                         23,770                           24.9
2015 Projection                  109,800                   6,060,800             65 and over                      9,680                           10.1
Selected areas population (2000 Census): California, 9,307;                       Total                          95,500                          100.0
Leonardtown, 1,896; Lexington Park, 11,021.                                      Note: Columns may not add due to rounding.
U.S. Bureau of the Census; Maryland Department of Planning.                      Maryland Department of Planning.


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                ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MARYLAND

LABOR AVAILABILITY                                                    EMPLOYMENT
(by place of residence)               St. Mary’s County               (2003, by place of work)         Annual                  Average
Civilian Labor Force (2003 annual averages):                                                          Average                   Weekly
  Total civilian labor force                      58,013              Industry                   Employment              %       Wage
    Employment                                    56,362              Federal government                6,931          18.8     $1,404
    Unemployment                                   1,651              State government                    781           2.1        707
    Unemployment rate                              2.8%               Local government                  3,277           8.9        691
                                                                      Private sector                   25,973          70.3        676
Residents commuting outside                                             Nat’l. resources and mining        19           0.1        412
the County to work (2000):                       11,130       25.7%
                                                                        Construction                    1,716           4.6        613
Employment in selected occupations (2000):                              Manufacturing                     469           1.3        853
 Management, professional and related 16,228                  39.1%     Trade, transp., and utilities   6,419          17.4        533
 Service                                 5,436                13.1%     Information                       257           0.7        767
 Sales and office                        9,751                23.5%     Financial activities            1,086           2.9        714
 Production, transp. and material moving 3,837                 9.3%     Prof. and business services 8,139              22.0      1,025
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Office of       Educ. and health services       3,909          10.6        597
Labor Market Analysis and Information; Maryland Department of           Leisure and hospitality         3,096           8.4        207
Planning in conjunction with U.S. Bureau of the Census.
                                                                        Other services                    857           2.3        439
                                                                      Unclassified                          6           0.0        376
                                                                      Total                            36,962         100.0        814
MAJOR EMPLOYERS                                                       Note: Percentages may not add due to rounding.
                                                                      Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Office of
Firm                       Product/Service Employment
                                                                      Labor Market Analysis and Information.
Patuxent River Naval       Military installation        10,500*
 Air Station
DynCorp, a CSC Company Profes. and tech. services 1,500
St. Mary’s Hospital        Medical services                830
BAE Systems                Tech. products, services        810
Advanced Info. Engineering Aeronautics, R,D,T&E            700
 Services (Veridian)        systems engineering                       HOURLY WAGE RATES
EMA                        Engr., scientific, mgt. serv. 550          (2004)                                          Experi-
Northrop Grumman           Systems and software devt. 450             Selected Occupations:             Median Entry enced
Titan Systems              IT, strat. planning, logistics 450         Accountants                       $23.00 $16.50 $28.75
Information Spectrum       Profes. and tech. services 415             Aerospace engineering technicians 26.75 19.50 31.00
St. Mary’s College of      Higher education                400        Bookkeeping/accounting clerks      14.50 10.50 17.00
 Maryland
                                                                      Computer systems analysts          30.50 21.75 34.50
Mantech International      Systems and software devt. 370
                                                                      Customer service representatives 11.25     8.00 14.00
Wal-Mart                   Consumer goods                  345
                                                                      Electrical engineers               35.25 22.50 39.50
Food Lion                  Groceries                       344
Burch Oil                  Gas and oil                     300        Electronic engineering technicians 30.25 23.25 33.00
Sabre Systems              Engineering services            300        Freight, stock and material
                                                                       movers, hand                      10.50   8.25 14.00
Charlotte Hall Vets. Home Nursing care, asst. living       280
                                                                      Industrial truck operators         13.75 12.00 15.50
Booz Allen Hamilton        Systems engineering, mgt. 275
Target                     Consumer goods                  230        Machinists                         18.50 11.50 21.75
J.F. Taylor                Technology simulations          225        Network administrators             28.00 20.25 38.25
Lundeberg School of        Seamanship training             210        Packaging and filling machine
 Seamanship                                                            operators                         10.25   8.00 12.25
Eagle Systems              Systems engineering, mgt. 200              Packers and packagers, hand        11.00   7.25 12.00
National Technology Assoc. Systems engineering, mgt. 200              Secretaries                        14.50   9.75 17.00
Lowe’s Home Center         Home improve. products          180        Shipping/receiving clerks          11.25   8.00 14.00
Merkle Mailing Services    Data entry and fulfillment      175        Team assemblers                     9.75   7.50 10.75
DCS                        Technology simulations          170        Note: These wages are an estimate of what workers might expect to
*Civilian and military; approximately 9,000 additional contract       receive in Southern Maryland (Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s
employees work on the base.                                           Counties). Wages may vary by industry, employer, and locality.
St. Mary’s County Department of Economic & Community Develop-         Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Office of
ment; Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.       Labor Market Analysis and Information.
               ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MARYLAND

PERSONAL INCOME                                                       TAX RATES
                                                                                                             St. Mary’s
Per Capita Personal Income - 2002                                                                               County       Maryland
 St. Mary’s County                                       $30,658      Corporate Income Tax (2005)                 none           7.0%
 Maryland                                                $36,303        Base - Federal taxable income.
 U.S.                                                    $30,906      Personal Income Tax (2005)                  3.05%         4.75%*
                                                                        Base - Federal adjusted gross income.
                                                                        *Graduated tax peaking at 4.75% on taxable income over
Total Personal Income (millions) - 2002                                 $3,000.
 St. Mary’s County                                        $2,764      Sales and Use Tax (2005)                     none          5.0%
 Maryland                                              $197,869         Exempt - sales for resale; manufacturer’s purchase of raw
 U.S.                                                 $8,900,007        materials; manufacturing machinery and equipment; pur-
                                                                        chases of materials and equipment used in R&D and testing
U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis.               of finished products; purchases of computer programs for
                                                                        reproduction or incorporation into another computer program
                                                                        for resale.
                                                                      Real Property Tax (FY 2005)                $0.878         $0.132
                                                                        Effective rate per $100 of assessed value.
                                                                        In addition to this rate, there are some miscellaneous taxes
                                                                        and/or special taxing areas in the County. In an incorporated
                                                                        area, a municipal rate will also apply.
                                                                      Business Personal Property
                                                                      Tax (FY 2005)                              $2.195          none
                                                                        Rate per $100 of depreciated value.
EDUCATION                                                               Exempt - manufacturing and R&D machinery, equipment,
                                                                        materials and supplies; manufacturing, R&D, and warehousing
Educational Attainment - age 25 and over (2000):                        inventory.
  High School Graduate or Higher                 85.3%                Major Tax Credits Available
  Bachelor’s Degree or Higher                    22.6%                  Enterprise Zone (including Focus Area); Job Creation;
                                                                        Research and Development.
                      Public Schools                                  Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation;
Number: 16 Elementary; 4 Middle; 4 High                               Comptroller of the Treasury.
Enrollment: 16,261 (Sept. 2003)
Cost per Pupil: $7,968 (2002-2003)
Students per Teacher: 15.5 (Oct. 2003)                               BUSINESS/INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
High School Career/Tech Enrollment: 1,862 (2004)                     A variety of business sites are available in St. Mary’s County.
SAT Scores: 515-Verbal; 527-Math; 1,041-Total (2003)                 Industrial and office parks offer raw acreage, furnished office
High School Graduates: 911 (June 2003)                               space and everything in between. Utilities including fiber optic
(Private schools: Number - 33; Enrollment - 3,262 Sept. ‘03)         lines, public water, sewer and natural gas are available at most
                                                                     locations.
                        Higher Education                             The greatest concentration of manufacturing is in St. Mary’s
(2003)                            Enrollment         Degrees*        Industrial Park in California, near the regional airport. High
2-Year Institutions                                                  technology firms are clustered in and around Lexington Park.
  Harry Lundeberg School of                                          Major business parks are located at Wildewood, Lexington Park
   Seamanship                             214              131       Corporate Center, Exploration, Willows Run and Pine Hill.
  College of Southern Maryland**        7,371              684       St. Mary’s County Department of Economic and Community
4-Year Institution                                                   Development maintains a listing of available office, warehouse
                                                                     and industrial sites and space and publishes an annual directory
  St. Mary’s College of Maryland        1,922              288       of technology companies and resources. Both are available in
Other universities offering programs in the County at the Frank      PDF format on www.stmarysmd.com/decd.
Knox Center include: Embry Riddle Univ., Florida Institute of        Market Profile Data
Technol., Univ. of Tennessee Space Institute, and the Univ. of        Land - cost per acre            Low         High         Average
Maryland University College. At the Southern Maryland Higher
                                                                       Industrial                 $40,000      $100,000        $60,000
Education Center, programs are offered by: Catholic Univ.,
                                                                       Office                     $60,000      $125,000        $80,000
College of Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins Univ., Old Dominion
Univ., Univ. of Maryland College Park, Univ. of Maryland              Rental Rates - per square foot
University College, Towson Univ., and Washington College.              Warehouse / Industrial        $7.00        $13.00        $10.00
*Includes certificates.                                                Flex / R&D / Technology       $7.00        $13.00        $10.00
**Includes 4 campuses in Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s Counties.     Class A Office                $9.00        $19.50        $13.25
Maryland State Department of Education and Higher Education           St. Mary’s County Department of Economic & Community
Commission; U.S. Bureau of the Census.                                Development.
               ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MARYLAND
TRANSPORTATION                                                      GENERAL INFORMATION
Highways: Maryland arteries in the County connect with U.S.         County Seat - Leonardtown
301 and I-95.                                                       Government - Five commissioners elected for four-year terms.
Rail: The closest rail depot, CSX Transportation, is in adjacent    Elevation - Sea level to 188 feet
Charles County at Waldorf.
                                                                    Land Area - 373 square miles
Truck: 17 motor freight common carriers serve the County.
Water: Served by the Port of Baltimore, 50' channel; a leading
U.S. automobile and break-bulk port; 6 public terminals including
the state-of-the-art Intermodal Container Transfer Facility; 81
miles from Leonardtown.
Air: Served by Baltimore/Washington International Airport           RECREATION and CULTURE
(BWI), Dulles International Airport and Reagan Washington
National Airport. Capt. Duke Regional Airport at St. Mary’s         Residents and visitors to St. Mary’s County enjoy boating,
(www.stmarysmd.com/dpw/airport) is available for private            fishing, biking, hunting, hiking, camping, swimming and golfing
planes.                                                             in this scenic peninsula. Over 400 miles of shoreline offer
                                                                    spectacular water views from the two public golf courses and
                                                                    the County’s many parks.
                                                                    Many historical treasures can be found in St. Mary’s County.
                                                                    Sotterley Plantation, Historic St. Mary’s City, and the Godiah
UTILITIES                                                           Spray Plantation allow visitors to experience life from the past.
                                                                    Historic St. Mary’s City features a replica of “The Dove,” one of
Electricity: Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Inc.           two ships that brought settlers in 1634. It is moored near a
Gas: Natural gas is available from Washington Gas.                  replica of the old State House in St. Mary’s City. Museums
                                                                    include the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, Old Jail Museum,
Water: St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission serves             St. Clements Island-Potomac River Museum, and Piney Point
greater Lexington Park-Hollywood area, Charlotte Hall/Golden        Lighthouse Museum and Park.
Beach, and Piney Point. Municipal system serves Leonardtown.
                                                                    The County’s Recreation and Parks Department maintains 19
Sewer: St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission serves             county parks. Public facilities include a year-round pool, boat
greater Lexington Park-Hollywood area and Piney Point.              ramps, beaches, fishing piers, lighted tennis courts and sports
Municipal system serves Leonardtown.                                fields, picnic facilities, playgrounds and a skatepark. The County
Telecommunications: Local Carrier - Verizon Communications.         is also home to four state parks: Point Lookout, St. Mary’s River,
Long Distance Carriers - AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and numerous            St. Clements Island and Greenwell State Parks.
additional carriers and resellers of WATS and MTS. Cable            Festivals and fairs celebrate the County’s unique way of life.
internet service available.                                         Weekly throughout the summer St. Mary’s College sponsors the
                                                                    River Concert series. Yearly events include the Crab Festival in
                                                                    June, County Fair in September, Blessing of the Fleet and
                                                                    Oyster Festival/National Oyster Shucking Championships and
                                                                    National Oyster Cook-off in October. The Governor’s Cup Yacht
                                                                    Race, the largest overnight race on the East Coast, finishes at
                                                                    St. Mary’s College in August. St. Mary’s City events include
                                                                    Maryland Day, Woodland Indian Culture Days, Grand Militia
                                                                    Muster, Hearth and Home in Early Maryland, and an Archaeology
                                                                    Weekend.
                                                                    Contact St. Mary’s County Division of Tourism at (800) 327-9023
                                                                    for more information.
                 Department of Business &
                  Economic Development
                    Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Governor
                    Michael S. Steele, Lt. Governor
                     Aris Melissaratos, Secretary


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONTACTS:
 Technology Strategy and Business Development                       St. Mary’s County Department of Economic &
 Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development              Community Development
 217 E. Redwood Street • Baltimore, Maryland 21202                  23115 Leonard Hall Drive • P.O.B. 653, Governmental Center
 Telephone: (410) 767-6870 • Toll Free: 888-ChooseMD                Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
 Fax: (410) 333-6792                                                Telephone: (301) 475-4200 x1400 • Toll Free: (800) 327-9023
 TDD/TTY: (410) 333-6926                                            Fax: (301) 475-4414 • E-mail: decd@stmarysmd.com
 http://www.ChooseMaryland.org                                      http://www.stmarysmd.com/decd
 2004-2005                                             www.ChooseMaryland.org                                      888-ChooseMD
                                            ST. MARY’S COUNTY GOVERNMENT
                                                   Organizational Chart


               *Major Independent Boards
       Board of Education                                                                                                   * Local Elected Officials
       Board of Library Trustees
                                                                   CITIZENS OF ST.                                 Circuit Court             State’s Attorney
       College of Southern Maryland                                MARY’S COUNTY                                   Orphan’s Court            Treasurer
                                                                                                                   Sheriff
                *Other Agencies
 Alcohol Beverage Board    Cooperative Extension Service
 Department of Health      Department of Social Services
 Metropolitan Commission Supervisors of Elections
                                                                                                                      Boards, Committees, and Commissions
                                                                      COUNTY
                                                                   COMMISSIONERS                                                 County Attorney




                  Human Resources
                                                                      COUNTY                                                    Public Information
                    Marcey House
                                                                   ADMINISTRATOR




Department on       Department of        Department of          Department of         Department of         Department of         Department of         Department of
   Aging            Economic and           Finance               Information          Land Use and          Public Safety         Public Works           Recreation,
                     Community                                   Technology             Growth                                         and                Parks and
                    Development                                                       Management                                  Transportation         Community
                                                                                                                                                          Services


                                                         * County Commissioners have funding responsibility only                                        FY 2006
                              READERS' BUDGET GUIDE

         The Introduction includes information with respect to the history of St. Mary's County,
demographic data, County government organization, and the County budget process.


         The Operating Budget section presents summary and detailed information concerning
the General Fund revenue structure and FY 2006 projections. The General Fund expenditure
structure is described; summary and detailed information is included by spending unit and
departments. Spending unit budgets are individually presented by the following sections: County
Departments, Elected Officials, State Agencies/Independent Boards, Non-County Agencies, and
Other Budget Costs. Each spending unit budget displays a categorization of expenditures for the
actual FY 2004 expenditures, the approved FY 2005 and FY 2006 budgets, a description of the
spending unit's programs and responsibilities, and highlights of the budget for FY 2006.
Performance indicators continue to be presented, to provide citizens and decision-makers with a
clear understanding of both the size and scope of County services, as well as service and activity
trends. Summary financial information is also presented on the County's Enterprise and Special
Revenue Funds, Special Assessments Funds, and Fire/Rescue District Tax.


         The Capital Budget section includes summary and detailed information relative to the
Capital Improvements Fund and highlights of the FY 2006 Capital Budget and Five-Year Capital
Program. Individual project pages are presented within the following project categories: Public
Facilities, Land Conservation, Marine, Highways, Solid Waste, Recreation and Parks, Public
Landings, and Public Schools. Each project page contains a project description, planning
justification, location, project cost by phase and year, funding source, other background
information/comments, discussion of changes from the FY 2005 approved budget/plan, and a
section on impact on annual operating budget.


         The Appendix provides supplemental information on authorized positions and salaries,
the property tax and other local taxes, outstanding County debt, and legal budgetary and fiscal
procedures. A glossary of terms is also included.
                                     FISCAL YEAR 2006 BUDGET SUMMARY
                                                 Operating Budget
      Reading a typical                              The budget document presents in a standard format, the operating budget for
      budget page                                each department and spending unit. The typical budget page describes the functions
                                                 of the organization, actual and estimated expenditures over a three-year period, and
                                                 major highlights of the new budget. Quantitative indicators of workload and
                                                 performance are also presented.
                                                      A TYPICAL OPERATING BUDGET PAGE

                                                                   The name of the organization
                                                                 Department Of Information Technology
The name of the
organization                                                                                                                                 Funds requested in New Year
                                                                                                                                             Funds approved in New Year
                                   Department/                     FY 2004           FY 2005            FY 2006             FY 2006
                                   Spending Unit                   Actual            Approved           Requested           Approved
Shows the budget of                                                Expenditures      Budget             Budget              Budget
the organization by                Total Information
type of expense                    Technology                      1,406,594         1,853,719          1,963,152          1,937,872
                                                                                                                                             Original approved budget
                                                                           Program Description                                               Audited actual expense
                                   The Information Technology Department has the overall responsibility for managing the County's
                                   computer hardware and software resources. Services of the Information Technology Department
                                   include: technical support, systems support, equipment maintenance, technology training, technical
Describes functions, activities,   planning, telephone support, telecommunications, infrastructure access control and security.
and goals of the organization
positions
                                                                              Budget Highlights
                                   The IT Department’s FY2006 Budget submission is focused on maintaining existing infrastructure and
                                   leveraging existing resources. Software maintenance and licensing costs included will keep applications
                                   already installed in County Government up-to-date. Hardware purchases allow limited IT staff to
                                   maintain desktop operations by systematically replacing aged equipment at the end of their life cycle.
                                   Emphasis on training for corporate applications (H.T.E.) and Microsoft Office applications will allow
                                   increased departmental exploitation of the existing infrastructure. The FY2006 budget includes funds to
                                   continue the document management and imaging project started in FY2005.
                                                                                                                                             Overview of the budget for the
                                                                                                                                             new year, including major
                                                                   Performance/Workload Indicators                                           changes from the prior budget
                                                                                     Actual        Estimated                Projected
                                   Performance/Workload Indicator                      FY 2004              FY 2005           FY 2006
                                   Desktop amd mobile computer systems                      440                  485               554
                                   Networked printers                                        52                     65              78
                                   Servers                                                   17                     20              24
                                   Server user accounts                                     480                  500               500
                                   E-mail accounts                                          300                  500               500
Specific quantitative measures
of work to be performed or         H.T. E. active modules                                    13                     18              37
accomplished or results            Locations connected                                      N/A                      8              17
obtained                           Help Desk requests for assistance                        N/A              11,700            14,606
                                   Cell phones                                              118                  141               145
                                   Pagers                                                   173                  181               155
                                   Phone lines                                            1,063                1,025               877


                                        St. Mary's County, Maryland                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                FISCAL YEAR 2006 BUDGET SUMMARY
                                                               Capital Budget
     Reading a                                                     A separate project page is presented for each capital project approved in
     typical                                                   either the budget year or planned for future program years. The project purpose
                                                               and scope are described, estimated costs are broken down by project phase,
     budget page                                               and funding is indicated by specific revenue source. The specific location of the
                                                               project is also indicated.

                                                                        A TYPICAL CAPITAL BUDGET PAGE
                                                                                                        Budget Account Number

Specific capital
project                  PROJECT TITLE                                                                            PROJ. NO.       PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                       General budget category
                         Leonardtown Elementary School- Addition/Renovation                                       PS-0601         St. Mary’s County Public Schools
                                                                                                                                                                                                       of capital project
                          DESCRIPTION:
Description of project    This request is for an addition/renovation to this building originally constructed in 1954. This facility has undergone several additions in the early 1960's, one in 1976
                         and a PreKindergarten addition in 1999. The building was originally constructed as a secondary school and now serves as an elementary school. There are
purpose and scope        remaining components of the building, including locker areas that do not serve a functional space as an elementary school. In addition, the facility requires
                         modernization to remove original floors, ceilings, lighting, as well as asbestos removal. The facility is also in need of additional spaces for the implementation of full
                         day Kindergarten and to meet capacity needs in this development district school. There will also be an HVAC upgrade and completion of the air conditioning and the
                         site will be modified to separate bus & student traffic. This project includes an addition of 11,287 s.f. for a new building total of 64,604 with an increase of 195 seats
                         at the state rated capacity level.
                          PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Planning Details         A. The student body would be temporarily located at the annex behind Benjamin Banneker Elementary School during construction.

                         B. A/E fees for this project will be requested locally in FY 2006 and construction funds would be requested in FY 2007.

                         C. The electrical and communication systems are at the end of their useful lives.

                         D. This project is required to address existing elementary school capacity issues in the northern and central portion of the county. The enrollment projections
                         indicate that with the completion of this project, the elementary schools serving the development districts will be overcrowded by 325 to 680 seats in the five to ten
                         year time frame. This project will work in conjunction with the planned first new elementary school to meet these capacity needs.                                             Estimated costs of project
                         Compliance with Comprehensive Plan Section

                         3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       phases over the next 5 years
Specific address         Priority A-1
                         LOCATION:
                         22885 Duke Street
                         Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
Prior years funding                                                                                                                                                                                     Funds appropriated in
                         APPROPRIATION                             TOTAL              PRIOR             FY 2006                          5 Year Capital Plan                                           current year for the project
                         PHASE                                     PROJECT            APPROVAL          BUDGET          FY 2007          FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011

                         ARCH/ENGINEERING                                  957,000                  0        827,000         104,000          26,000              0                 0              0

Project expenses         LAND ACQUISITION                                         0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0
                         CONSTRUCTION                                   12,054,000                  0        575,000        7,811,000      3,668,000              0                 0              0
                         DEMOLITION                                               0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0
                         INSPECTION                                         15,000                  0               0         15,000                0             0                 0              0
                         UTILITIES                                          25,000                  0               0         25,000                0             0                 0              0
                         EQUIPMENT                                         406,000                  0               0        406,000                0             0                 0              0
Total estimated          OTHER                                                    0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0
Project costs            TOTAL COSTS                                    13,457,000                  0      1,402,000        8,631,000     3,694,0000              0                 0              0

                         COUNTY FUNDS:

Specific source of          COUNTY BONDS                                 6,345,902                  0      1,009,902        3,421,000      1,915,000              0                 0              0

funds for project by        LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                    0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0

year                        IMPACT FEES                                    392,098                  0        392,098                 0              0             0                 0              0

                            GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                 0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0

                         STATE FUNDS                                     6,719,000                  0       Planning        4,940,000      1,779,000              0                 0              0

                         FEDERAL FUNDS                                            0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0

                         OTHER SOURCES                                            0                 0               0                0              0             0                 0              0


Total funding for        TOTAL FUNDS                                    13,457,000                  0      1,402,000        8,361,000      3,694,000              0                 0              0


project
                                            FISCAL YEAR 2006 BUDGET SUMMARY

                                                            Capital Budget
     Reading a                                                  A separate project page is presented for each capital project approved in
     typical                                                either the budget year or planned for future program years. The project
                                                            purpose and scope are described, estimated costs are broken down by
     budget page                                            project phase, and funding is indicated by specific revenue source. The
                                                            specific location of the project is also indicated.

                                                                             A TYPICAL CAPITAL BUDGET PAGE
                                                                                     Budget Account Number

Specific capital                                                                           CONTINUATION SHEET
project                                                                                                                                                                                           General budget category
                       PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.              PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                  of capital project
                       Leonardtown Elementary School Addition/Renovation                             PS-0601                St. Mary’s County Public Schools


Other Background
                       OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENT:
Information/Comments   This project will address the items identified during the State of Maryland Adequacy Survey.




Discussion of change
From FY 2005 Budget    DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2004 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
                       This project increased in scope from the FY 2005 approved budget plan to meet the educational requirements of this facility in order to provide safe, orderly and
                       effective learning environments, implement full day Kindergarten and meet capacity needs. In addition, this project went from a proposed 541 state rated capacity to
                       a proposed 613 state rated capacity.


                                                                                                                                                                                                  Incremental costs of project
                                                                                                                                                                                                  phases over the next 5 years

Impact on annual                                                                                                                                                                                  Incremental costs in
Operating budget                                                                                                                                                                                  current year for the project
                                                                              IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

Staffing Description                                                                   INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS

                                   DESCRIPTION                                                        FY 2006         FY 2007       FY 2008         FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2011
                       STAFFING –FTEs                                                                           0               0           1.8               0                0              0


                       PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                                  0               0       56,670                0                0              0
                       CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                      0               0             0               0                0              0
                       SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                     0               0             0               0                0              0
                       UTILITIES                                                                                0               0       12,754                0                0              0

Discussion of          FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                    0               0             0               0                0              0
                       OTHER (description significant items)                                                    0               0             0               0                0              0
Operating Budget
                                    TOTAL COSTS                                                                 0              0           69,424               0               0             0
Impact                 DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
                       * This staffing increase is for building service. It assumes that the new teachers required for this school will be in place throughout the system as enrollment
                       continues to increase during the design and construction of this facility.



Additional Impact      OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:

on Operating
                            TOTAL APPROVED BUDGET SUMMARY- FY 2006

                                                       FY 2004          FY 2005           FY 2006           FY 2006
FUND DESCRIPTION
                                                       ACTUAL           BUDGET           REQUEST           APPROVED

General Fund                                          $127,381,864      $138,550,116     $150,418,474       $151,279,974

Enterprise Funds
   Recreation and Parks Activity Fund                    2,239,412        2,859,613         3,067,868            3,067,868
   Wicomico Shores Golf Fund                             1,026,318        1,237,882         1,249,895            1,249,679

Special Revenue Funds
  Medical Adult Day Care Fund                              862,579          939,701           915,969              783,703
  Miscellaneous Revolving Fund                              44,510          252,182           261,565              260,446
  Special Assessments Fund                                  58,415           58,148            58,148               57,880
  Emergency Services Fund                                       N/A         984,346         1,281,455            1,179,918

Other Operating Funds - Independent Boards
(Non-Appropriated State, Federal, Miscellaneous Funds)
   Board of Education - General Operating            58,464,209          65,473,751        72,249,580           75,435,790
   Board of Education - Restricted Fund                7,275,424          9,449,053         9,326,569            9,270,030
   Board of Education - Revolving Fund                 4,516,735          4,467,941         5,181,696            5,187,774
   Board of Library Trustees                             667,677            713,013           747,831              751,975
   College of Southern Maryland                        4,017,363          5,214,701         5,288,830            5,397,379


                Total Operating Fund                 $206,554,506      $230,200,447     $250,047,880        $253,922,416

          Total Capital Projects Fund                 $34,328,125        $29,865,605      $32,213,125         $37,953,685


                                         THE TOTAL BUDGET FOR ST. MARY'S COUNTY
     The General Fund is the portion of the budget where general tax revenues such as property and income taxes are
collected, and where general expenditures such as the County's cost for education, law enforcement, highway maintenance,
and libraries are made.
      Additionally, County expenditures also occur in several other funds. There are two separate enterprise funds which
account for the operations of various county-wide recreation programs and the operations of the County's public golf course.
There are also special revenue funds which account for the operations of an adult medical day care program, the emergency
services support fund, special tax district costs, and other miscellaneous programs. These miscellaneous revolving funds for
FY 2006 include several Department On Aging and Recreation, Parks and Community Service activities that were previously
reflected in the general fund. In addition to the County funding, the Library, Public Schools, and College of Southern
Maryland receive significant resources from other sources, such as the State of Maryland, which are reflected as Other
Operating Funds.

    As part of the annual budget process, the Board of County Commissioners must also authorize the expenditure of State,
Federal, and other revenues of the independent boards which manage the school system, public libraries, and the College of
Southern Maryland. These revenues are received by the respective boards and not by the County government; thus, the
revenues are not appropriated in the annual budget ordinance but are still authorized for expenditure by the Commissioners.

    The combination of the general fund, enterprise funds, special funds, and the non-county operating funds of the
independent boards comprise the entire operating budget for St. Mary's County. The Board of County Commissioners
adopts a separate capital budget for the financing of long-term capital improvements.
    FISCAL YEAR 2006 TOTAL BUDGET - BY FUND



                        Special Revenue
                            Funds         BOE - Non-County
                             0.9%              Funds
                                               35.4%
 Enterprise Funds
       1.7%
                                                       Library - Non-
                                                       County Funds
                                                           0.3%




                                                       CSM - Non-County
                                                            Funds
    General Fund                                             2.1%
       59.6%




General Fund                                                 $151,279,974

Bd. of Education - Non-County Funds                            89,893,594
CSM - Non-County Funds                                          5,397,379

Enterprise Fund                                                 4,317,547

Special Revenue Funds                                           2,281,947

Library - Non-County Funds                                        751,975




                      Total - All Funds                      $253,922,416
              FY 2006 TOTAL BUDGET - REVENUES




              Charges for
                                                            Grants
               Services
                                                            37.1%
                6.7%
    Highway User
        2.7%


Other Local Taxes
      4.5%
                                                                Other Revenues
                                                                     0.4%

 Local Income Tax
       22.2%
                                                              Fund Balance
                                                                 2.2%
                                           Property Taxes
                                               24.2%




 State / Federal Grants                                              $94,217,906
 Property Taxes                                                       61,519,039
 Local Income Tax                                                     56,350,000
 Charges for Services / Licenses / Fines                              16,939,614
 Other Local Taxes                                                    11,321,000
 Highway User Revenues                                                 6,967,220
 Other Sources                                                         1,095,672
                              Sub-Total                              248,410,451


 Appropriation of Fund Balance                                         5,511,965
   (Board of Education-$2,400,000)
    (County-$3,026,965)
    (Library-$85,000)
                          Total General Funds                    $253,922,416
                     FY 2006 TOTAL BUDGET - EXPENDITURES


                                                   County Depts.,
                                   Other Costs   Elected Officials &   Retiree Health
                                      0.2%       County Agencies            0.5%
                                                       19.3%

                                                                             Sheriff's Department
                                                                                      8.2%




                                                                              Non-County
Board of Education                                                             Agencies
      60.0%                                                                      0.5%
                                                                                Debt Service
                                                                                    5.1%
                                                                            College of Southern
                                                                                 Maryland
                                                                                   3.0%
                                Volunteer Fire      Board of Library
                                Dept./Rescue           Trustees        Transfers to
                                   Squads                1.0%           Reserves
                                    0.5%                                  1.7%




 Board of Education                                                                     $152,527,818
 County Departments, Elected Officials & County Agencies                                  48,917,866
 Sheriff’s Department                                                                     20,848,562
 Debt Service                                                                             12,903,553
 College of Southern Maryland                                                               7,638,142
 Transfers to Reserves                                                                      4,196,010
 Board of Library Trustees                                                                  2,533,117
 Volunteer Fire Department/Rescue Squads                                                    1,379,918
 Non-County Agencies                                                                        1,279,030
 Retiree Health                                                                             1,156,150
 Other Costs                                                                                   542,250
               Total Budget Expenditures                                                $253,922,416
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GENERAL OPERATING FUND
                               FY 2006 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS
GENERAL $151,279,974 general fund budget, a net increase of $12,679,858 or 9.2% over
Approved FY 2005

Revenues
      Income tax rate was reduced effective July 1, 2006 to 3.0% from 3.05% (which became
              effective January 1, 2005; the rate in effect at January 1, 2004 was 3.1%). Despite a
              $1.5 million impact due to the rate reductions, income tax revenue is expected to
              increase $6.675 million or 13.4% more than the approved FY2005, based on a
              revised estimate for FY2005 and anticipated growth of 8%

        Property tax rate is reduced from $.878 per $100 of assessed value to $.872 – removing
                $410,400 from the revenues (the rate was last lowered July 1, 2004 from $.908 to
                $.878); the net increase in property tax revenues is $2.4 million. This low percentage
                increase, despite significantly rising assessments, reflects the 5% cap in place for St.
                Mary’s County, where the increase included in the propriety tax bill is limited to 5%

        Recordation fees are estimated to increase by $700,000 reflecting current strong experience

        Highway user revenues reflect an increase of $1,553,308 to $7 million; the 28.7% increase
             over FY2005 reflects partial restoration of cuts made by the State in FY2004 and 2005
             to balance their budget. A full allocation of revenues from the State would further
             increase this revenue source to $7.5 million

        Grants are expected to decrease by $583,882. FY 2005 included significant grants for the
                Lexington Manor relocation activities, which are higher in the initial year than on a
                recurring basis. Additionally, the Sheriff is projecting less revenue to house federal
                prisoners. There is a significant increase in grants for the STS system, reflecting the
                mid-year addition of a new route

        FY2004 unreserved undesignated fund balance of $3,026,965 is scheduled to be used to
               balance the budget. (FY 2005 budget used $1,834,641). The funds are used to
               replenish the $589,007 accumulated deficit in the medical adult daycare program and
               to fund a pay-go transfer to the capital projects in the amount of $3,151,010, which will
               help to limit the amount of bond financing used for capital projects in FY2006

Expenses
      Personal services for County departments and elected officials reflect:
              Normal step increase and a 3% COLA, except sworn deputies, for which
                      the COLA is 1.5% (parity with the Maryland State Police)
              County departments, combined, decreased positions by 3.0 full-time equivalent (FTE)
                      positions, though the budget does include 3.5 FTE’s to staff the new Northern
                      Senior Center
              Health benefit premium increases of approximately 2%
      Approximately $200,000 was allocated to add 3 FTE positions and fund the re-
              organization for the Department of Public Safety
Budget Highlights
Page 2

        Adds funding of approximately $1.4 million for the County’s vehicle replacement program;
                 which will be exempt financed for five years; the County plans to replace 43 vehicles
                 and add 8; 30 of these vehicles are for the Office of the Sheriff
        Provides approximately $715,000 for the increased costs of utilities, including fuel and oil;
                 attributable to both rate increases and new or expanded County facilities such as the
                 Northern Senior Center and Welcome Center
        Provides $589,007 to fund the accumulated deficit of the Medical Adult Daycare Revolving
                 Fund
        Provides 4 FTE positions and associated operating and program costs to be able to operate
                 the newly opened Northern Senior Center as well as continue to operate the Oakley
                 Senior Center.
        Allocation to the Sheriff increased by $2.179 million, or 11.7%; in addition to the COLA and
               vehicle replacement program listed above, the Sheriff’s budget reflects:
                         10 new FTE positions; these include 8 deputies, 1 correctional officer, and 1
                                    inmate services coordinator
                         Vehicles and equipment for the 8 new deputies
                         Additional Senior DFC ranks (13), Senior Correctional Officer (CO) ranks (3),
                                    and Corporal CO ranks (4)
                         Approximately $100,000 for the increased costs for medical and food for
                                      inmates
        Board of Education – fully funds the Bridge to Excellence agreement. The Board of
                 Education’s submission indicates that this level of funding will be used for numerous
                 items, including:
                           Merit increases and 5%COLA for Teachers and Administrators & Supervisors
                           Merit increases and 3% COLA for Classified Employees
                           92.2 FTE positions, including:
                                      Regular Instruction: 34.5 Teachers, 1 Counselor, 32 Para educators
                                      Special Education: 5 Teachers, 3 Para educators
                                      1 Pupil Personnel Worker
                           Expansion of the all-day kindergarten and extended school year programs
                           Added $600,000 and 8 FTEs (included above), in addition to the Bridge to
                           Excellence agreement.
                           This responds to a request by the Board of Education in May to consider
                           additional funding for the Great Mills HS Enhancement initiative identified
                           by the Task Force, to provide an instructor to replace the Sheriff’s deputy
                           that had been the Criminal Justice instructor, and to fund a technology
                           initiative related to the mandated data for the No Child Left Behind Act.
                 The County’s appropriation is $2.7 million higher than State mandated maintenance of
                           effort
                 The Board of Education’s total budget increased 10%
        Adds 6.9% more in County funding to support the Library; these funds will be used to fund
                 existing staff, including a 3% COLA, as well as expand Sunday hours of operations,
                 and purchase technology
        Increases the allocation to the College of Southern Maryland by $144,307, or 6.9%, bringing
                 the total county funding to $2,240,763
Budget Highlights
Page 3

        County funding allocated to the various community-based non-profit entities is budgeted at
                $1,279,030; generally maintaining allocations at the FY 2005 Approved Budget levels,
                with increases to Sotterly, Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions, Center
                for Family Advocacy, and Three Oaks
        Increases the Rainy Day Fund by $125,000, bringing the total to $1,375,000
        Provides for a transfer of $3,151,010 to the Capital Projects Fund as “pay-go”, thus reducing
                the amount of debt needed to implement the capital program.
        Sets aside a Reserve for Emergency Appropriations of $500,000, which is funding that the
                Board can authorize for unexpected and unbudgeted expenditures; an example is
                unexpectedly high snow removal costs
        Debt Service increased from $12.4 million to $12.9 million, reflecting debt service on the bonds
                sold in FY 2005 to fund both FY 2004 and FY 2005 capital projects; 67% was used for
                school projects
        $50,000 set up in a designated BOCC reserve for a CSM scholarship program – placement in
                department or agency dependent upon structure – to be determined at a later date

Capital Budget and Program
FY 2006 Capital Budget totals $37,953,685, of which $23,316,408 or 62% is funded by the County

        Fully funds BOE request, requiring $13,477,617 in County funding for FY2006; accelerates
                 $4,678,000 in County funding for land acquisition for school sites and the $868,000
                 for design funding for the new elementary school into FY2006
        Following reflects total capital funding for the most significant projects for FY 2006:
                 Naval Air Museum                                       $7,325,000
                 Carver Elementary School-Replacement                     5,108,080
                 School Sites Acquisition                                 4,678,000
                 Agricultural Land Preservation Programs                  2,711,000
                 County Office Building Renovation/Addition               2,435,000
                 Leonardtown Elem School Add/Replace                      1,402,000
                 Margaret Brent Middle Add/Replace                        1,144,000
                 Kindergarten Additions                                   1,033,000
                 First New Elementary School (design)                       868,000
                 Relocatables - various school projects                     857,490
                 Tulagi Place Revitalization                                775,000
        Financed with approximately $13,940,967 in County general obligation bonds, $12.7 million of
                 Federal/State funds. The remainder is projected to come from local sources such as
                 transfer taxes, impact fees, dedicated recordation fees, and $3,151,010 pay-go
Other Highlights
        The Board approved the increase in the Fire Tax rate for the 8th Election District from $.044 to
                 $.05 per $100 of assessed value, to be distributed directly to Bay District Volunteer
                 Fire Department. The increased revenue will fund capital expenditures, including the
                 new fire station.
                     GENERAL FUND REVENUE STRUCTURE

        St. Mary's County General Fund Revenues are categorized into several classifications for estimating
and recording purposes. The broad revenue classifications are broken-down further into specific accounts.
The revenue classifications include the following:

        Property Taxes - Includes all revenues from real and personal property taxes, penalties and interest,
        and property tax credit adjustments.

        Income Taxes - Local subdivisions in Maryland levy a percent of tax based upon individual State
        taxable income.

        Other Local Taxes - Includes admissions and amusement taxes, recordation taxes, CATV franchise
        tax, energy taxes, trailer park tax, and public accommodations tax.

        Highway User – The County’s allocation of revenues collected by the State of motor fuel taxes, vehicle
        titling taxes and registration fees.

        Licenses and Permits - Revenues received from individuals, firms, and corporations who must have
        a license or permit to engage in a particular trade, business, or activity. Examples include alcohol
        beverage licenses, traders licenses, amusement licenses, building permits, grading permits, and
        plumbing permits.

        Charges for Services - Fees and charges assessed by the County to offset the costs of various
        services. Examples include zoning and subdivision fees, sheriff's fees, inspection fees, client fees, 911
        fees, landfill tipping fees, and various correctional program fees.

        Fines and Forfeitures - This classification relates primarily to revenues generated within the judicial
        system.

        State/Federal Grants - Includes grant revenues received by the County government from the State
        and Federal governments. This revenue can take the form of a general formula aid (e.g. Police
        Protection Aid) or specific program grants (e.g. Aging - Title III - Congregate Meals)

        Other Revenues - Includes investment income, tax sale revenue, grant program contributions and
        donations, and miscellaneous sources.

        Other Financing Sources - Use of prior year fund balances as a funding source for the current
        budget.
                                   ST. MARY'S COUNTY GENERAL FUND REVENUES - SUMMARY



                                         FY 2004        FY 2005          FY 2006       FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
        REVENUE SOURCE                    Actual       Approved       Recommended     Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                        REVENUES       BUDGET           BUDGET        BUDGET          Amount      Percent

Property Taxes                           $56,178,257    $57,977,861     $60,400,903    $60,339,121    $2,361,260     4.1%

Income Taxes                              51,352,963     49,675,000      55,961,185     56,350,000     6,675,000    13.4%

Other Local Taxes                         11,587,603     10,591,000      11,321,000     11,321,000       730,000     6.9%

Highway User Fees                          4,705,465      5,413,912       6,419,895      6,967,220     1,553,308    28.7%

Licenses and Permits                        913,832        943,368         948,400       1,003,852        60,484     6.4%

Charges for Services                       4,281,916      4,662,246       4,953,622      5,105,271       443,025     9.5%

Fines and Forfeitures                       235,997        224,944         272,481        276,877         51,933    23.1%

State/Federal Grants                       6,108,851      6,435,758       6,042,997      5,851,876      (583,882)   -9.1%

Other Revenues                              529,036        791,386         787,792       1,037,792       246,406    31.1%

TOTAL, GENERAL FUND REVENUES            $135,893,920   $136,715,475    $147,108,275   $148,253,009   $11,537,534     8.4%
   Appropriation of Fund Balance                   0      1,834,641       1,089,007      3,026,965     1,192,324    65.0%

TOTAL, GENERAL FUND SOURCES             $135,893,920   $138,550,116    $148,197,282   $151,279,974   $12,729,858     9.2%
                         FY 2006 GENERAL FUND REVENUES



                        Other Local Taxes
                              7.5%
                                                    Local Income Tax
                                                          37.2%
         Highway User
             Fees
             4.6%
          Charges for
           Services
            4.2%
                                                                 Fund Balance
     Other Revenues                                                 2.0%
          0.7%
                                                               Grants
                                                                3.9%

                                  Property Taxes
                                      39.9%




Property Taxes                                                          $ 60,339,121
Local Income Tax                                                          56,350,000

Other Local Taxes                                                         11,321,000

Highway User Fees                                                          6,967,220
Charges for Services / Licenses / Fines                                    6,386,000

Grants                                                                     5,851,876
Other Revenues                                                             1,037,792
                      Total General Fund Revenues                        148,253,009
 Appropriation of FY04 Fund Balance                                        3,026,965



                           Total General Funds                          $151,279,974
                                     GENERAL FUND REVENUES
                                                    Overview

        The General Fund operating budget is approved at $151,279,974 in FY 2006. It is funded through revenue
of $148,253,009 as well as the use of the FY 2004 audited unreserved and undesignated fund balance of
$3,026,965. The revenue growth is approximately 8.4% over FY 2005, including grants.

Property Taxes
         Property tax revenues are projected to increase $2,361,260 over the FY 2005 budget, based upon the
latest State Department of Assessments assessable base projections. The approved budget is based upon the tax
rate of $0.872 per $100 of assessed property value. The FY 2006 property base is $6.639 billion, or $467 million
higher than that used for FY 2005 estimation. The net increase reflects the loss of $410,400 in property tax
revenues due to the rate reduction.

Local Income Tax
         FY 2006 local income tax revenues are projected to increase $6,675,000 over the budgeted FY 2005, or a
net increase of 13.4%. The FY 2006 income tax revenue of $56,350,000 million is calculated assuming an increase
of approximately 8% in net taxable income adjusted for a full year impact of the reduced tax rate of 3.05% effective
January 1, 2005 and the further reduced rate of 3.00% effective January 1, 2006. Actual revenues for FY2004
exceeded estimated approved budget by approximately $3.8 million, and included accelerated distributions by the
State. FY2005 collections to date exceed budget. The new rate effective January 1, 2006 is approved to be 3.00%.

Other Local Taxes
         Other local taxes increased by 6.9% to a total of $11,321,000. Recordation tax revenues continue to
exhibit strong growth. The $6,700,000 is 11.7% more than budgeted in FY 2005, and reflects the fact that the FY
2004 actual revenues exceeded budget. FY 2005 collections to date are strong. Energy tax receipts are estimated
at $3.2 million for FY 2006, which represents level funding. The Public Accommodations Tax is projected to
increase 6.4% over FY 2005, to a total of $500,000. This tax is imposed at a rate of 5% on the amount paid for
room or building rental at a hotel, motel, apartment or other similar place providing sleeping accommodations.

Highway User Fees
         Highway User revenue normally represents a State formula distribution to the counties of motor fuel taxes,
vehicle titling taxes and registration fees. The approved budget reflects phase-in restoration of the cuts made by
the State to balance its FY2004 and FY2005 budgets. An estimate of revenues is provided from the State twice a
year. This estimate reflects the increase of $1,553,308, or 28.7%, to bring the total to $6,967,220.

Licenses and Permits
        Estimated revenues from various licenses and permits are projected to increase from $943,368 in FY 2005
to $1,003,852 for FY 2006. The principal cause for this increase is increased fees associated with inspections,
permits and other Land Use and Growth Management activities.
                                     GENERAL FUND REVENUES
                                                     Overview

Charges for Services
         This revenue category is projected to increase from $4,662,246 in FY 2005 to an estimated $5,105,271 in
FY 2006. The largest component of this increase is $238,700 attributable to both increased volume and increased
fees for DPW’s Inspections and Development Reviews.

Fines and Forfeitures
       Revenues from various fines, fees and forfeitures are projected to increase by $51,933 from $224,944 in
FY 2005 to $276,877 in FY 2006. This category reflects fines attributable to activities of the Circuit Court, Land Use
and Growth Management, Animal Control, and the Alcohol Beverage Board. It also includes asset forfeiture
revenues generated by the forfeiture program operated by the State’s Attorney’s Office and the Sheriff’s
Department.

Grants
         State and Federal Grant receipts are projected to be $5,851,876 in FY 2006, which is lower than the
original approved budget for FY 2005. This decrease is primarily due to grants related to the Lexington Manor
project, including activities associated with management and relocation assistance. There are numerous changes to
individual grant activities with most of the increases generally related to public safety and homeland security.

        This category includes both “recurring” grants, such as the Police Protection Aid, Prisoner Housing
Subsidy, and other grants related to public safety, and the Transportation Grant which is used to support the
operations of the St. Mary’s Transit (STS), as well as other grants that are anticipated, which are not recurring
resources upon which the County can rely. Grants included in the approved budget were evaluated for consistency
with programmatic objectives of the County and requirements for county matching funds.

Other Revenues
         This revenue category is projected to total $1,037,792 in FY 2006, which is $246,406 more than the
FY2005 approved budget. The largest element In this section is investment income, which is estimated at the same
level as the approved FY 2005 budget based on earnings during FY 2004 and FY2005 to date, generally lower
interest rates, and the lower invested balances.

Other Financing Sources
         The recommended budget uses the $3,026,965 June 30, 2004 audited unreserved and undesignated
general fund balance. This is used to fund non-recurring expenses such as $3.1 million Pay-Go transfer to capital
projects and the $589,007 one-time subsidy to the Medical Adult Day Care to fund the deficit as of June 30, 2004.
                                 ST. MARY'S COUNTY GENERAL FUND REVENUES - DETAIL



                                             FY2004          FY 2005           FY2006          FY2006          Increase (Decrease)
                  REVENUE SOURCE             Actual         Approved        Recommended       Approved         Over Approved FY05
                                            Revenues         Budget            Budget          Budget         Amount          Percent

PROPERTY TAXES
Real Property - Full Year                    $50,527,038     $52,856,523       $55,294,501     $54,916,634      2,060,111          3.9%
Real Property - Half Year                        366,783         354,665           481,802         478,509        123,844         34.9%
Personal Property                                202,462         242,985           243,199         258,380         15,395          6.3%
Public Utilities                               2,728,579       2,439,507         2,308,130       2,475,804         36,297          1.5%
Ordinary Bus Corporation                       2,339,643       2,186,864         2,188,795       2,325,241        138,377          6.3%
Additions and Abatements                        (208,427)       (337,454)         (471,326)       (468,105)      (130,651)        38.7%
Penalties and Interest                           625,862         330,000           460,000         456,856        126,856         38.4%
Other Tax Reimbursement                           (8,821)              0                 0               0              0          0.0%
Senior Tax Credit (County)                       (74,568)        (73,611)          (89,000)        (89,000)       (15,389)        20.9%
Enterprise Zone Credit                           (60,722)        (24,439)          (61,000)        (61,000)       (36,561)       149.6%
Homeowners Tax Credit (County)                  (480,205)       (484,318)         (480,533)       (480,533)         3,785         -0.8%
Tobacco Barn Tax Credit                          (46,272)        (48,892)          (48,036)        (48,036)           856         -1.8%
Agricultural Tax Credit                           (1,618)         (5,635)           (3,510)         (3,510)         2,125        -37.7%
Payments In Lieu of Taxes                         23,896          57,348            97,348          97,348         40,000         69.7%
Local Assessor's Office Share                   (236,345)              0                 0               0              0          0.0%
State Homeowners Credit                          480,972         484,318           480,533         480,533         (3,785)        -0.8%
  Total, Property Taxes                       56,178,257      57,977,861        60,400,903      60,339,121      2,361,260          4.1%

INCOME TAXES
Local Income Tax                              51,352,963      49,675,000        55,961,185      56,350,000      6,675,000         13.4%
  Total, Income Taxes                         51,352,963      49,675,000        55,961,185      56,350,000      6,675,000         13.4%

OTHER LOCAL TAXES
Admissions and Amusement                          84,705         120,000           120,000         120,000              0          0.0%
Recordation Taxes                              7,582,740       6,000,000         6,700,000       6,700,000        700,000         11.7%
CATV Franchise Tax                               690,952         601,000           601,000         601,000              0          0.0%
Energy Taxes                                   2,567,582       3,200,000         3,200,000       3,200,000              0          0.0%
Trailer Park Tax                                 178,264         200,000           200,000         200,000              0          0.0%
Public Accommodations Tax                        483,360         470,000           500,000         500,000         30,000          6.4%
  Total, Other Local Taxes                    11,587,603      10,591,000        11,321,000      11,321,000        730,000          6.9%

Highway User Revenues
Highway User Revenues                          4,705,465       5,413,912         6,419,895       6,967,220      1,553,308         28.7%
  Total, Highway User Revenues                 4,705,465       5,413,912         6,419,895       6,967,220      1,553,308         28.7%

LICENSES AND PERMITS
Beer, Wine, Liquor Licenses                      88,462          93,840            95,350           95,350          1,510          1.6%
Beer, Wine, Liquor Transfer                         510             800             2,000            2,000          1,200        150.0%
Amusement Licenses                               13,344          10,000             7,000            7,000         (3,000)       -30.0%
Traders Licenses                                122,309         123,000           123,000          123,000              0          0.0%
Animal Licenses                                   4,733           6,000             6,000            6,000              0          0.0%
Certificate of Occupancy                         37,399               0               600            9,400          9,400        100.0%
Marriage Licenses                                 5,595           5,700             5,700            5,700              0          0.0%
Taxicab Licenses                                  1,074             550               550              550              0          0.0%
Electrical Licenses                               6,315          10,000             5,500            5,500         (4,500)       -45.0%
Building Permits                                420,897         424,728           564,600          586,252        161,524         38.0%
Materials Testing                                13,750          19,000            15,000           15,000         (4,000)       -21.1%
Auto Tag Fees                                     3,799           4,100             4,100            4,100              0          0.0%
Inspection Extension Fee                              0               0                 0           25,000         25,000        100.0%
DPW & GP Inspection Fee                         195,645         245,650           119,000          119,000       (126,650)       -51.6%
  Total, Licenses and Permits                   913,832         943,368           948,400        1,003,852         60,484          6.4%

CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Development Services Fees                       232,309         235,383           278,265         362,306         126,923         53.9%
Other Income/Advertising                              0               0                 0           1,350           1,350        100.0%
Review Fees                                           0               0                 0           1,500           1,500        100.0%
Sheriff's Fees                                   66,009          77,000            77,000          76,608            (392)        -0.5%
Sheriff - Alcohol Enforcement                    71,467          81,487            83,958          83,958           2,471          3.0%
Maps & Publications                               5,506           3,800             5,000           5,000           1,200         31.6%
Filing Fees                                       1,165           1,500             1,500           1,500               0          0.0%
Dodge Reports                                       440             380               240             240            (140)       -36.8%
P& Z in Lieu of Payment                             162               0                 0               0               0          0.0%
                                     ST. MARY'S COUNTY GENERAL FUND REVENUES - DETAIL



                                                 FY2004          FY 2005          FY2006         FY2006         Increase (Decrease)
                 REVENUE SOURCE                  Actual         Approved       Recommended      Approved        Over Approved FY05
                                                Revenues         Budget           Budget         Budget        Amount          Percent

Other Revenue                                        131,380          52,000           52,000         52,000             0         0.0%
Juror Fee Reimbursement                               35,235          50,000           50,000         50,000             0         0.0%
Concept Site Plan Review                                   0               0                0          2,125         2,125       100.0%
Traffic Impact Study Review                                0               0                0          1,200         1,200       100.0%
DPW&T Contract Review Fee                             70,425           4,607           16,000         16,000        11,393       247.3%
Major Subdivision (6+Lots)                                 0               0                0            332           332       100.0%
DPW&T Development Review                                   0               0          100,000        100,000       100,000       100.0%
DPW&T Minor Subdivision                                    0          15,490           15,490         26,025        10,535        68.0%
DPW&T Major Site Plan                                      0               0                0          1,312         1,312       100.0%
DPW&T Minor Site Plan                                      0               0                0          2,600         2,600       100.0%
DPW&T Review of Records                                    0               0                0          3,080         3,080       100.0%
Noxious Weed Fees                                      7,652           6,500            9,000          9,000         2,500        38.5%
General Gov't - Other Fees                            (1,887)          2,000              100            100        (1,900)      -95.0%
Reimbursement - Housing Authority                    812,980       1,170,538        1,123,857      1,123,366       (47,172)       -4.0%
State Office Building                                554,855         566,206          600,578        600,578        34,372         6.1%
Regional Library                                      29,046          21,000           21,000         21,000             0         0.0%
Public Safety- Housing State Prisoners               116,681          95,000          100,000        100,000         5,000         5.3%
Public Safety - Work Release Fees                    117,900         141,256          172,000        172,000        30,744        21.8%
Public Safety - 911 Service Fees                     274,710         375,000          375,000        375,000             0         0.0%
Public Safety - Town Patrol                           25,586          27,919           29,527         29,527         1,608         5.8%
Public Safety - Home Detention                        43,957          63,077           35,000         35,000       (28,077)      -44.5%
Public Safety - Weekender Fees                        11,852          12,000           13,000         13,000         1,000         8.3%
Public Safety - Juvenile Transports                   46,669          45,193           48,000         48,000         2,807         6.2%
Public Safety - Sex Offender Fees                        290              70               70             70             0         0.0%
Tower Revenue Sharing                                142,699          45,000           60,000         60,000        15,000        33.3%
MSP-Overtime Reimbursement/Other                      32,444          20,240           20,240         20,240             0         0.0%
Other Social Services                                101,886          71,000           69,496         69,461        (1,539)       -2.2%
Mapping Enlargements                                  17,220          15,000           14,500         14,500          (500)       -3.3%
Other Highway Fees                                        50              62               62             62             0         0.0%
DPW's PWA Inspection Fees                            191,116           6,800          145,500        150,500       143,700      2113.2%
Permit Ext. Fee over 3                                     0               0                0            300           300       100.0%
Application Construction                                   0             250              250            500           250       100.0%
Application Fees                                           0               0                0          1,500         1,500       100.0%
App Fee - Grading Permit                                   0               0                0          1,250         1,250       100.0%
Application Utility Permit                                 0           1,500            1,500          3,000         1,500       100.0%
Permit Transfer Fee                                        0             300              300            600           300       100.0%
Solid Waste Landfill Tipping Fees                    273,652         430,800          336,000        336,000       (94,800)      -22.0%
Solid Waste Recycling Containers                      15,287          41,000           41,400         41,400           400         1.0%
Security Interest                                      1,195           2,200            2,200          2,200             0         0.0%
Reimburse State's Attorney                            63,275          56,000           64,200         64,200         8,200        14.6%
Substance Abuse Fees                                   3,746               0                0              0             0         0.0%
R & P Tennis Court Lighting                              182             200              500            500           300       150.0%
Wicomico Waterfront Park                                 455             438            8,600          8,600         8,162      1863.5%
R & P Contract Services - Grass Cutting              148,632         164,374          188,672        188,672        24,298        14.8%
Museum Entrance Fees                                  17,040          20,300           46,320         46,320        26,020       128.2%
Marcey House Client Fees                              35,970          35,000           35,000         35,000             0         0.0%
Aging Client Fees                                        277             400              400            400             0         0.0%
States Attorney Client Fees                              307             300              300            300             0         0.0%
Public Service Ent. - Passenger                      374,773         504,530          508,030        508,030         3,500         0.7%
Washington Gas Light Co.                              11,777          11,876           11,876         11,876             0         0.0%
Rents and Concessions                                 63,458          79,500           79,500         79,500             0         0.0%
Reimbursement 911 Numbers Board                       46,000               0                0              0             0         0.0%
Reimburse from CDC                                         0               0           12,191         12,303        12,303       100.0%
Airport Charges- Public Service Ent                   86,086         107,770          100,000        100,000        (7,770)       -7.2%
Bay Area Restoration Fund                                  0               0                0         34,280        34,280       100.0%
  Total, Charges for Services                      4,281,916       4,662,246        4,953,622      5,105,271       443,025         9.5%
                                     ST. MARY'S COUNTY GENERAL FUND REVENUES - DETAIL



                                                 FY2004         FY 2005         FY2006        FY2006        Increase (Decrease)
                 REVENUE SOURCE                  Actual        Approved      Recommended     Approved       Over Approved FY05
                                                Revenues        Budget          Budget        Budget       Amount          Percent

FINES AND FORFEITURES
Court Fees, Fines, Forfeitures                       95,830         85,950         136,500       136,500        50,550         58.8%
LUGM Fines                                           20,100          6,750           4,500         4,500        (2,250)       -33.3%
Alcohol Beverage Fines                                1,150          3,000           3,000         3,000             0          0.0%
Finance Service Fee                                  28,507         30,000          30,000        30,000             0          0.0%
Other Fines & Forfeitures                            42,917         44,380          45,000        45,000           620          1.4%
Animal Control Fines                                  3,385          4,000           4,000         4,000             0          0.0%
Asset Forfeiture Revenues                            44,108         50,864          49,481        53,877         3,013          5.9%
  Total, Fines and Forfeitures                      235,997        224,944         272,481       276,877        51,933         23.1%

STATE/FEDERAL GRANTS
Marcey House                                        248,417        249,996         252,106       252,106         2,110          0.8%
Aging - Retired Senior Volunteers (RSVP)             40,438         47,453          47,847        47,847           394          0.8%
Aging - Title III B - Community Services             91,177         68,415          68,905        68,905           490          0.7%
Aging - Title III C1 - Congregate Meals              83,348         70,467          70,442        70,442           (25)         0.0%
Aging - Title III C2 - Home Del. Meals               36,479         35,881          37,022        37,022         1,141          3.2%
Aging - Title III D - In-Home Services                8,570          9,000           9,000         9,000             0          0.0%
Aging - Title III E - Caregiver                      17,978         27,308          30,495        30,495         3,187         11.7%
Aging-NSIP                                           49,032         44,772          35,773        35,773        (8,999)       -20.1%
Aging - Ombudsman                                    18,283         14,072          10,890        10,890        (3,182)       -22.6%
Aging - Nutrition                                    38,153         38,153          38,153        38,153             0          0.0%
Aging - Senior Info. & Assistance                    12,535         12,535          11,588        11,588          (947)        -7.6%
Aging - Senior Care                                  97,458         97,458          97,458        97,458             0          0.0%
Aging - Guardianship                                 11,415          6,600           6,600         6,600             0          0.0%
Aging - Info Tech                                     5,000          5,000           5,000         5,000             0          0.0%
Aging - Medicaid Waiver                             105,310        124,572         126,774       126,774         2,202          1.8%
Aging-VEPI                                                0          6,817           6,817         6,817             0          0.0%
Aging - Health Insurance Counseling                   5,685          6,387           8,534        10,998         4,611         72.2%
Aging-CAMM                                            9,178          9,178           9,036         9,036          (142)        -1.5%
Aging - Alzheimer's                                  29,857              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Strength Training Seniors                             3,864              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Highway Safety                                       93,992        123,000         123,000       123,000             0          0.0%
Alcohol Prevention                                   86,787         89,685          89,685        89,685             0          0.0%
Injury Prevention Program                                 0              0           3,000         3,000         3,000        100.0%
Summer Camp Food                                     35,961         37,000               0             0       (37,000)      -100.0%
C-SAFE MSP                                            8,000         12,000          12,000        12,000             0          0.0%
C-SAFE/Lead Coordination                                  0              0           2,600         2,600         2,600        100.0%
C-SAFE OCS                                                0          2,600               0             0        (2,600)      -100.0%
Summer Youth Achievement                                  0         22,500               0             0       (22,500)      -100.0%
Md. Arts Council                                      1,788          3,500               0             0        (3,500)      -100.0%
Hotspot Community Mobilization                        6,581              0               0             0             0          0.0%
21st Century                                         19,689              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Teen Court Mini Grant                                     0            500               0             0          (500)      -100.0%
Sum Assoc Vista Train                                10,000         10,000               0             0       (10,000)      -100.0%
Vista Training                                        1,503              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Smoking Cessation                                     5,832          6,367               0             0        (6,367)      -100.0%
Pilot Highway Safety                                      0         60,000          15,000        15,000       (45,000)       -75.0%
Comm Based Grant                                          0          5,000               0             0        (5,000)      -100.0%
Lex Manor/Southampton                                     0        600,000               0             0      (600,000)      -100.0%
State Tourism Grants                                 42,308         40,000          40,000        40,000             0          0.0%
Emergency Management                                 76,851         50,048          50,048        50,048             0          0.0%
Fema-Hurricane Isabel                               596,771              0               0             0             0          0.0%
ALS Training                                          4,040          4,200               0             0        (4,200)      -100.0%
ALS Equipment                                             0         17,399               0             0       (17,399)      -100.0%
State Homeland Security                                   0         68,000         385,407       218,258       150,258        221.0%
Citizen's Corps                                           0              0          20,000        20,000        20,000        100.0%
State Homeland Phase II                                   0        161,000               0             0      (161,000)      -100.0%
State Homeland Regional                                   0        156,407               0             0      (156,407)      -100.0%
Emergency Planner                                    22,340         60,000          63,750        63,750         3,750          6.3%
Hazard Mitigation Project                                 0         30,000               0             0       (30,000)      -100.0%
Domestic Preparedness Phase I                       148,380              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Domestic Preparedness Phase II                       71,555              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Lifepak Defibrillator                                 4,550              0               0             0             0          0.0%
Rural Access Defibrillator                           14,268         14,300          12,643        12,643        (1,657)       -11.6%
Bioterrorism PreHosp                                      0              0          33,335        33,335        33,335        100.0%
Hazardous Materials                                       0              0           4,550         4,550         4,550        100.0%
Critical Areas                                       42,999         38,000          38,000        38,000             0          0.0%
CLG Historic Roads                                        0              0          14,400        14,400        14,400        100.0%
Historic Preservation                               (14,908)             0               0             0             0          0.0%
MHT Cert Local Gov't - PZ                               750          3,820             600           600        (3,220)       -84.3%
                                      ST. MARY'S COUNTY GENERAL FUND REVENUES - DETAIL



                                                  FY2004           FY 2005          FY2006         FY2006         Increase (Decrease)
                 REVENUE SOURCE                   Actual          Approved       Recommended      Approved        Over Approved FY05
                                                 Revenues          Budget           Budget         Budget        Amount          Percent

Breton Bay Watershed                                         0               0           30,000         30,000        30,000       100.0%
Md. Historical Trust-PILG                                9,000               0                0              0             0         0.0%
STS Transportation Grants                            1,030,258         888,541        1,235,380      1,235,380       346,839        39.0%
Sewage Sludge - Health Department                       20,206          31,000           25,000         25,000        (6,000)      -19.4%
Portable Trash/Toilet                                   16,823          25,000           25,000         25,000             0         0.0%
Power Plant ELMS                                        10,000          10,000           10,000         10,000             0         0.0%
Countywide Maintenance-R & P                               347           5,000           99,000         99,000        94,000      1880.0%
State 508 - Fire & Rescue                              200,000         200,000          200,000        200,000             0         0.0%
MIEMSS Training & Recertification                        2,140           3,000            3,000          3,000             0         0.0%
ENSB Equipment Grant                                         0               0            6,000          6,000         6,000       100.0%
Byrne Mem Grant CC                                           0               0           21,805         21,805        21,805       100.0%
Family Services - Circuit Court                         99,487         127,802          116,558        116,558       (11,244)       -8.8%
Juvenile Drug Court                                          0               0           79,832         79,832        79,832       100.0%
CC Law Library                                          (1,387)              0                0              0             0         0.0%
CC TPR Mediation                                       (10,733)              0                0              0             0         0.0%
Prisoner Housing Subsidy Grant - State                 335,847         406,800          406,800        406,800             0         0.0%
Public Safety - Housing Federal Prisoners              828,538         922,000          450,000        450,000      (472,000)      -51.2%
Police Protection Aid                                  760,879         785,618          785,618        799,324        13,706         1.7%
Comm Vehicle Traffic                                       797           3,500            3,500          3,500             0         0.0%
Law Enforcement Terrorism                                    0               0          122,642         63,647        63,647       100.0%
LLEBG Block Grant IX                                         0          19,527           16,271         24,612         5,085        26.0%
Tobacco Enforcement Grant                               14,052          14,052           12,197         12,197        (1,855)      -13.2%
COPs Grant                                                   0               0           64,787         64,787        64,787       100.0%
MVOC Project Save                                            0               0                0         19,120        19,120       100.0%
C-SAFE Sheriff's                                        10,600          12,000           12,000         12,000             0         0.0%
Local Law Enforcement Block Grants                      95,818               0                0              0             0         0.0%
Federal Forfeited Funds                                 19,409               0                0              0             0         0.0%
School Bus Safety                                       16,240          17,500           17,500         17,500             0         0.0%
Victims of Crime                                             0               0           35,000         43,173        43,173       100.0%
Cooperative Reimbursement                              348,795         399,487          415,668        398,915          (572)       -0.1%
Community Gun Violence                                  38,446          10,000                0              0       (10,000)     -100.0%
C-SAFE State's Attorney                                 20,000          12,000           12,000         12,000             0         0.0%
DSS Asst.Co.Attorney Grant                              48,675          51,041           54,581         54,553         3,512         6.9%
Agriculture - Johnson grass Grant                        2,400           2,500            2,400          2,400          (100)       -4.0%
Reserve - Supplemental Revenue                               0         150,000          150,000        400,000       250,000       166.7%
  Total, State/Federal Grants                        6,108,851       6,585,758        6,192,997      6,251,876      (333,882)       -5.1%

OTHER REVENUES
Investment income                                     348,710         534,586          534,100        534,100           (486)        -0.1%
Tax Sale Revenue                                        2,211           2,000            2,142          2,142            142          7.1%
Disposal of Fixed Assets                               91,209               0                0              0              0          0.0%
Other Miscellaneous                                     5,532               0                0              0              0          0.0%
Contributions and Donations:
    Aging Grant Programs                               68,539          27,000           30,000         30,000          3,000         11.1%
    Marcey House                                       11,791          15,000           15,000         15,000              0          0.0%
    Community Services                                  1,044             800            1,550          1,550            750         93.8%
    Special Events (PIO)                                    0           5,000            5,000          5,000              0          0.0%
    Tourism                                                 0          57,000           50,000         50,000         (7,000)       -12.3%
  Total - Other Revenues                              529,036         641,386          637,792        637,792         (3,594)        -0.6%

        TOTAL, GENERAL FUND REVENUES              $135,893,920    $136,715,475     $147,108,275   $148,253,009    11,537,534          8.4%


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Appropriation of Fund Balance                                0       1,834,641        1,089,007      3,026,965     1,192,324         65.0%
 Total - Other Financing Sources                             0       1,834,641        1,089,007      3,026,965     1,192,324         65.0%


       TOTAL, GENERAL FUND                        $135,893,920    $138,550,116     $148,197,282   $151,279,974   $12,729,858          9.2%
         FISCAL YEAR 2006 GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET

                                                           Other County
                                         Public Works &
                                                           Departments      Other State
                                          Transportation
                                                              11.8%       Agencies/Boards
                                              10.7%
                 Public Safety                                                 4.2%
                    2.4%
                                                                               Non-County
                                                                                Agencies
Office of the Sheriff                                                            0.8%
       13.8%
                                                                                Other Costs
       Other Elected                                                               1.2%
         Officials
           2.4%                                                                Debt Service
                                                                                  8.5%
                                                                             Reserves
                                                                              0.7%

                                                                          CIP/Paygo
                         BOE - Operating                                    2.1%
                             41.4%




     Board of Education-Operating                                                     $62,634,224
     Office of the Sheriff                                                             20,848,562
     Other County Departments                                                          17,903,863
     Public Works & Transportation                                                     16,142,600
     Debt Service                                                                      12,903,553
     Other State Agencies/Independent Boards                                            6,321,557
     Public Safety                                                                      3,637,483
     Other Elected Officials                                                            3,572,572
     Other Costs                                                                        1,840,520
     Non-County Agencies                                                                1,279,030
                             Total Expenditures                                       147,083,964
     CIP/Pay-Go                                                                         3,151,010
     Transfers to Reserves                                                              1,045,000
                        Total Approved Spending                                   $151,279,974
                                      ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - SUMMARY


                                                   FY 2004           FY 2005        FY2006          FY2006        Increase (Decrease)
              Department/Spending Unit              Actual          Approved       Requested       Approved       Over Approved FY05
                                                 Expenditures        Budget         Budget          Budget         Amount     Percent
County Commissioners/County Administrator                843,756         924,989         975,511      1,037,878     112,889     12.2%
Department on Aging                                    1,694,452       1,741,828       2,017,152      2,573,144     831,316     47.7%
County Attorney                                          376,521         453,555         512,902        491,253      37,698      8.3%
Economic & Community Development                       1,650,719       3,298,496       2,725,384      2,655,141    (643,355)   -19.5%
Department of Finance                                  1,080,275       1,210,072       1,247,288      1,228,259      18,187      1.5%
Marcey Halfway House                                     369,573         386,883         412,632        412,632      25,749      6.7%
Information Technology                                 1,406,594       1,853,719       1,963,152      1,937,872      84,153      4.5%
Human Resources                                        1,082,431       1,312,076       1,517,079      1,428,509     116,433      8.9%
Land Use & Growth Management                           1,963,279       2,245,318       2,455,829      2,492,705     247,387     11.0%
Public Works and Transportation                       13,150,164      14,414,598      16,585,362     16,142,600   1,728,002     12.0%
Recreation, Parks & Community Services                 2,912,660       3,379,044       3,714,686      3,646,470     267,426      7.9%
Public Safety                                          3,321,773       3,300,696       3,515,841      3,637,483     336,787     10.2%
Total, Departments                                    29,852,197      34,521,274      37,642,818     37,683,946   3,162,672      9.2%

Circuit Court                                            860,874         955,326       1,085,796      1,068,331     113,005    11.8%
Orphan's Court                                            29,596          30,049          31,056         30,530         481     1.6%
Office of the Sheriff                                 16,979,164      18,669,961      22,753,523     20,848,562   2,178,601    11.7%
State's Attorney                                       1,847,812       2,031,920       2,238,061      2,128,701      96,781     4.8%
County Treasurer                                         281,734         313,696         348,327        345,010      31,314    10.0%
Total, Elected Officials                              19,999,180      22,000,952      26,456,763     24,421,134   2,420,182    11.0%

Department of Health                                   1,017,649       1,055,817       1,118,671      1,120,671      64,854      6.1%
Social Services                                          315,731         327,074         343,184        342,408      15,334      4.7%
Alcohol Beverage Board                                   165,413         158,353         191,905        203,321      44,968     28.4%
Supervisors of Elections                                 405,297         559,758         771,075        424,495    (135,263)   -24.2%
Cooperative Extension Service                            140,880         143,380         150,568        150,568       7,188      5.0%
Ethics Commission                                          6,703           8,889           9,694          9,694         805      9.1%
Soil Conservation District                                43,442          41,794          47,495         47,495       5,701     13.6%
Wicomico Scenic River Commission                           1,000           1,000           1,000          1,000           0      0.0%
County Funds - Board of Education                     56,238,197      58,900,000      62,023,868     62,634,224   3,734,224      6.3%
County Funds - College of Southern Md.                 2,017,763       2,096,456       2,280,248      2,240,763     144,307      6.9%
County Funds - Board of Library Trustees               1,634,103       1,666,464       1,834,790      1,781,142     114,678      6.9%
Total, Boards and State Agencies                      61,986,178      64,958,985      68,772,498     68,955,781   3,996,796      6.2%
Non-County Agencies                                    1,250,494       1,246,830       1,561,321      1,279,030      32,200     2.6%

Volunteer Fire & rescue                                1,467,949         200,000         200,000        200,000           0      0.0%
Reserve - Supplemental Expense                                 0         184,506         150,000        400,000     215,494    116.8%
Leonardtown Tax Rebate                                    48,129          48,936          55,370         55,370       6,434     13.1%
Employer Contributions-Retiree Health Benefits           908,771       1,031,000       1,210,100      1,156,150     125,150     12.1%
Bank Service Charges/GO Admin Fees                        33,528          26,000          29,000         29,000       3,000     11.5%
Debt Service                                          10,633,981      12,370,986      12,845,604     12,903,553     532,567      4.3%
911 Contract                                           1,201,457               0               0              0           0      0.0%
Other Budget Costs                                    14,293,815      13,861,428      14,490,074     14,744,073     882,645      6.4%

CIP / Pay-Go                                                    0        500,000         500,000      3,151,010   2,651,010    530.2%
Rainy Day                                                       0        250,000         125,000        125,000    (125,000)   -50.0%
Bond Rating Reserve                                             0        370,000         370,000        370,000           0      0.0%
Emergency Appropriations                                        0        840,647         500,000        500,000    (340,647)   -40.5%
CSM Designated Scholarship                                      0              0               0         50,000           0    100.0%
Transfers & Reserves                                            0      1,960,647       1,495,000      4,196,010   2,185,363    114.0%

       TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET                     127,381,864     138,550,116     150,418,474    151,279,974 12,679,858      9.2%
                        THE GENERAL FUND BUDGET STRUCTURE


        The detailed budget pages which follow provide a breakdown by department/spending unit of the audited
FY 2004 expenditures, the original approved FY 2005 budget, and both the requested and approved FY 2006
budget. The categorization of expenditures within each department/spending unit is in accordance with the
County's automated financial system and chart of accounts. Expenditures are further refined within the chart of
accounts for budgeting and expenditure tracking purposes.


       PERSONAL SERVICES - Includes regular salaries, overtime, shift differential, and associated costs such
       as employer contributions to social security, pension and health insurance.

       OPERATING EXPENSES - Includes the day-to-day operating expenses of the County categorized as
       follows:

           1. Operating Supplies - Includes the cost of office supplies, advertising and legal notices, printing and
              binding, books and publications, uniforms and clothing, supplies and materials, food and staff
              development.

           2. Professional Services - Includes the use of architects and engineers, consultants, individuals who
              perform services for the County but are not employees, use of outside firms to maintain County
              office equipment, and employment of accounting, auditing and medical experts.

           3. Communication - Includes costs associated with telephone, postage and freight.

           4. Transportation - Includes purchased fuel and oil, vehicle maintenance and repair, and costs
              reimbursed to employees when traveling on County business.

           5. Public Utility Service - Includes such utility costs as electricity, gas, water and sewer, and heating
              oil.

           6. Repairs and Maintenance - Includes the costs to repair and maintain County facilities (heating, air-
              conditioning, ventilation, electrical, plumbing, and roofing).

           7. Rentals - Includes the cost whenever the County must rent facilities, tools, equipment or land.

           8. Insurance - Consists of the costs for which the County must insure its fixed assets as well as
              general public liability and officials performance bonds.

           9. Miscellaneous - Consists primarily of funds to be allocated to independent spending units outside
              the County government. Also includes costs of conferences, lodging, professional memberships,
              and other costs not identified in other expense categories.

       EQUIPMENT - Costs of acquiring new and replacement vehicles, shop and custodial equipment, and office
       and communications equipment. Equipment/vehicles lease payment, includes the acquisition of new or
       replacement equipment, using 5-year exempt financing; the amount shown is the annual lease cost.
                                          ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                          FY 2004           FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit              Actual          Approved       Request       Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                        Expenditures        Budget        Budget         Budget        Amount      Percent

COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
County Commissioners/County Administrator
 Legislative/County Commissioners
   Personal Services                                          240,891          266,234      274,397        277,041       10,807       4.1%
   Operating Supplies                                          11,329           13,145       13,145         13,145            0       0.0%
   Communications                                               5,804            6,325        6,325         11,325        5,000      79.1%
   Transportation                                                 197            3,500        3,500          3,500            0       0.0%
   Miscellaneous                                               32,682           34,300       34,300         34,300            0       0.0%
   Equipment                                                        0                0        4,800              0            0       0.0%
      Legislative/County Commissioners                        290,903          323,504      336,467        339,311       15,807       4.9%

 County Administrator
  Personal Services                                           293,057          292,774      306,310        304,685       11,911       4.1%
  Operating Supplies                                            3,817           14,472       14,472         14,472            0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                         3,831            4,500        4,500          4,500            0       0.0%
  Communications                                                2,460            1,900        1,900          1,900            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                  174              230          230            230            0       0.0%
  Rentals                                                       2,032            2,100        2,100          2,100            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                     0            1,200        1,200          1,200            0       0.0%
     County Administrator                                     305,371          317,176      330,712        329,087       11,911       3.8%

 Public Information
  Personal Services                                           220,265          248,166      263,887        265,755       17,589       7.1%
  Operating Supplies                                            5,313            7,820        7,820         32,820       25,000     319.7%
  Communications                                                2,983            3,660        3,660          3,660            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                1,325              985          985            985            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                17,596           23,678       31,980         31,980        8,302      35.1%
      Public Information                                      247,482          284,309      308,332        335,200       50,891      17.9%

 Bay Area Restoration Fund                                             0              0             0       34,280       34,280     100.0%

Total - County Commissioners/County Admin.                    843,756         924,989       975,511       1,037,878     112,889      12.2%

Department on Aging
  Personal Services                                           668,088          738,123      971,498         986,196     248,073      33.6%
  Operating Supplies                                          113,489          107,941      133,800         108,800         859       0.8%
  Professional Services                                        29,798           37,811       34,800          34,800      (3,011)     -8.0%
  Communications                                               16,992           17,000       30,800          30,800      13,800      81.2%
  Transportation                                               14,509           15,400       20,500          20,500       5,100      33.1%
  Rentals                                                       7,244            7,244        6,000           6,000      (1,244)    -17.2%
  Miscellaneous                                                 2,983            2,900        3,300           3,300         400      13.8%
  Equipment                                                         0                0        1,000           1,000       1,000     100.0%
     Administrative                                           853,103          926,419    1,201,698       1,191,396     264,977      28.6%

  Personal Services                                                    0              0             0       27,176       27,176     100.0%
  Operating Supplies                                                   0              0             0       17,155       17,155     100.0%
  Communications                                                       0              0             0          600          600     100.0%
  Transportation                                                       0              0             0        3,400        3,400     100.0%
  Rentals                                                              0              0             0        6,492        6,492     100.0%
     Oakley                                                            0              0             0       54,823       54,823     100.0%

 SMILE/Medical Adult Daycare                                   31,500          111,500      111,700        620,707      509,207     456.7%
                                          ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                          FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit               Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                        Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent


 Grants
  Personal Services                                           379,260        394,780     346,100      330,960       (63,820)    -16.2%
  Operating                                                   163,159        128,989     138,336      152,259        23,270      18.0%
  Professional Services                                       184,217        137,115     124,243      124,243       (12,872)     -9.4%
  Transportation                                                6,639         10,054      12,000       14,500         4,446      44.2%
  Rentals                                                         975            101           0            0          (101)   -100.0%
  Insurance                                                       350            350         350          350             0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                66,614         24,443      78,025       78,206        53,763     220.0%
  Equipment                                                     7,181          6,877       3,500        4,500        (2,377)    -34.6%
  Other                                                         1,454          1,200       1,200        1,200             0       0.0%
     Grants                                                   809,849        703,909     703,754      706,218         2,309       0.3%

   Total - Department on Aging                               1,694,452     1,741,828   2,017,152     2,573,144     831,316      47.7%

County Attorney
  Personal Services                                           286,505        338,845     405,692      384,043        45,198     13.3%
  Operating Supplies                                            8,914         14,630      16,230       16,230         1,600     10.9%
  Professional Services                                        77,688         96,300      86,300       86,300       (10,000)   -10.4%
  Communications                                                1,572          1,700       1,700        1,700             0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                  705            400         400          400             0      0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   957          1,680       2,180        2,180           500     29.8%
  Equipment                                                       180              0         400          400           400    100.0%

   Total - County Attorney                                    376,521        453,555     512,902      491,253       37,698       8.3%

Dept. of Economic & Community Development
 Administration/Office of the Director
  Personal Services                                           167,529        174,602     186,604      185,488        10,886       6.2%
  Operating Supplies                                            2,464          5,400       5,400        5,400             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                         1,058         52,750       2,750        2,750       (50,000)    -94.8%
  Communications                                               22,289         22,738      22,738       22,738             0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                2,241          2,800       2,800        2,800             0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                11,476          6,700       6,700        6,700             0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                       679              0       3,800            0             0       0.0%
      Administration/Office of the Director                   207,736        264,990     230,792      225,876       (39,114)    -14.8%

 Tourism Development
  Personal Services                                           103,451        110,166     118,169      117,564        7,398       6.7%
  Operating Supplies                                           83,374        113,925     132,925      132,925       19,000      16.7%
  Professional Services                                        11,429         16,550      86,550       86,550       70,000     423.0%
  Transportation                                                2,102          2,000       2,000        2,000            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                15,141         16,025      19,500       19,500        3,475      21.7%
      Tourism Development                                     215,497        258,666     359,144      358,539       99,873      38.6%

 Agriculture & Seafood Development
  Personal Services                                           110,485        117,946     127,132      125,377        7,431       6.3%
  Operating Supplies                                            4,162          3,400       3,400        3,400            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                2,529          2,250       2,750        2,750          500      22.2%
  Miscellaneous                                                   969          1,000       1,000        1,000            0       0.0%
      Agriculture & Seafood Development                       118,145        124,596     134,282      132,527        7,931       6.4%
                                            ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                            FY 2004        FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                      Department/Spending Unit               Actual       Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                          Expenditures     Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

 Business Development/Lexington Park Revitalization
  Personal Services                                             207,820       222,946     239,964      241,469       18,523       8.3%
  Professional Services                                          15,125        15,000      31,667       15,000            0       0.0%
  Operating Supplies                                             19,330        25,800      61,334       28,000        2,200       8.5%
  Transportation                                                  4,779         2,860       3,760        3,760          900      31.5%
  Miscellaneous                                                   7,582         7,100      11,100       11,100        4,000      56.3%
      Business Development                                      254,636       273,706     347,825      299,329       25,623       9.4%

 Housing
  Personal Services                                             773,005     1,126,596   1,090,495     1,076,024      (50,572)    -4.5%
  Communication                                                  33,887        36,485      36,485        36,485            0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                  2,505         4,000       7,400         7,400        3,400     85.0%
  Other                                                           3,003         3,457       3,457         3,457            0      0.0%
     Housing                                                    812,400     1,170,538   1,137,837     1,123,366      (47,172)    -4.0%

 Grants
  Personal Services                                                   0       372,522      29,122       29,122      (343,400)   -92.2%
  Operating Supplies                                             42,305        66,000      40,000       40,000       (26,000)   -39.4%
  Transportation                                                      0             0       1,200        1,200         1,200    100.0%
   Public Utility                                                     0             0       6,000        6,000         6,000    100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                       0       697,478     347,074      347,074      (350,404)   -50.2%
  Professional Services                                               0        70,000      92,108       92,108        22,108     31.6%
     Grants                                                      42,305     1,206,000     515,504      515,504      (690,496)   -57.3%

   Total - Dept of Economic & Comm. Dev.                      1,650,719     3,298,496   2,725,384     2,655,141     (643,355)    -19.5%

Department of Finance
 Budget/Administrative
  Personal Services                                             362,092       436,619     460,141      458,690       22,071       5.1%
  Operating Supplies                                              5,248        12,700      11,700       11,700       (1,000)     -7.9%
  Professional Services                                             744           744         744          744            0       0.0%
  Communications                                                 13,271        10,670      12,250       18,750        8,080      75.7%
  Transportation                                                    179         1,000       1,000        1,000            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   1,993         2,675       2,675        2,675            0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                           0             0       2,000            0            0       0.0%
     Budget/Administrative                                      383,527       464,408     490,510      493,559       29,151       6.3%


 Accounting
  Personal Services                                             387,000       409,964     427,021      404,216        (5,748)    -1.4%
  Operating Supplies                                             10,777         7,998       7,998        9,998         2,000     25.0%
  Professional Services                                           2,941         1,142       1,142        1,142             0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                    460           500         500          500             0      0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                     578           600         700          700           100     16.7%
     Accounting                                                 401,756       420,204     437,361      416,556        (3,648)    -0.9%

 Auditing
  Professional Services                                          47,040        50,000      45,360       45,360        (4,640)     -9.3%
      Auditing                                                   47,040        50,000      45,360       45,360        (4,640)     -9.3%
                                             ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                             FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                 Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                           Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

 Procurement
   Personal Services                                             210,239        223,436     238,608      237,335       13,899        6.2%
   Operating Supplies                                              3,083          5,500       4,500        4,500       (1,000)     -18.2%
   Professional Services                                           1,033          4,494         744          744       (3,750)     -83.4%
   Communications                                                  2,685          3,125       3,300        3,300          175        5.6%
   Transportation                                                     56            125         125          125            0        0.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                     300            340         340          340            0        0.0%
      Procurement                                                217,396        237,020     247,617      246,344        9,324        3.9%

 Copy Center
  Operating Supplies                                               7,492         10,000      10,000       10,000             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                           15,914         20,640      12,540       12,540        (8,100)    -39.2%
  Rentals                                                          7,150          7,800       3,900        3,900        (3,900)    -50.0%
     Copy Center                                                  30,556         38,440      26,440       26,440       (12,000)    -31.2%

   Total - Department of Finance                                1,080,275     1,210,072   1,247,288     1,228,259      18,187       1.5%

Marcey Halfway House
  Personal Services                                              294,965        314,292     342,894      354,657        40,365      12.8%
  Operating Supplies                                              41,955         36,378      37,676       25,913       (10,465)    -28.8%
  Professional Services                                           24,860         28,751      24,600       24,600        (4,151)    -14.4%
  Communications                                                   4,744          4,150       4,150        4,150             0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                   1,552          2,312       2,312        2,312             0       0.0%
  Repairs and Maintenance                                            495          1,000       1,000        1,000             0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                        1,002              0           0            0             0       0.0%

   Total - Marcey Halfway House                                  369,573        386,883     412,632      412,632       25,749       6.7%

Department of Information Technology
  Personal Services                                              790,745        963,176   1,017,398     1,018,918      55,742       5.8%
  Operating Supplies                                             371,596        582,208     487,790       487,790     (94,418)    -16.2%
  Professional Services                                           50,176         52,500      55,700        55,700       3,200       6.1%
  Communications                                                 108,015        133,135      80,800        80,800     (52,335)    -39.3%
  Transportation                                                     806            600       2,500         2,500       1,900     316.7%
  Miscellaneous                                                    5,250          6,600       6,600         6,600           0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                       74,246        104,000     300,864       274,064     170,064     163.5%
  Equipment-Lease Payments                                         5,760         11,500      11,500        11,500           0       0.0%

   Total - Dept. of Information Technology                      1,406,594     1,853,719   1,963,152     1,937,872      84,153       4.5%

Department of Human Resources
 Human Resources
  Personal Services                                              366,159        410,446     474,064      431,941       21,495       5.2%
  Operating Supplies                                              25,380         31,075      38,075       38,075        7,000      22.5%
  Professional Services                                            8,160         75,350      79,850       79,850        4,500       6.0%
  Communications                                                   4,179          5,250       5,250        5,250            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                     488          1,000       1,000        1,000            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   16,084         15,700      15,800       15,800          100       0.6%
  Equipment                                                          865              0           0            0            0       0.0%
     Human Resources                                             421,315        538,821     614,039      571,916       33,095       6.1%
                                           ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                           FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                   Department/Spending Unit                 Actual        Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                         Expenditures      Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent

 Risk Management
   Personal Services                                            30,739         33,001       35,062         35,126         2,125        6.4%
   Operating Supplies                                            1,080          4,150        3,350          3,350          (800)     -19.3%
   Communications                                                    0            265            0              0          (265)    -100.0%
   Transportation                                                  216            250          500            500           250      100.0%
   Insurance                                                   606,337        733,389      861,658        815,147        81,758       11.1%
   Miscellaneous                                                   710          2,200        2,470          2,470           270       12.3%
      Risk Management                                          639,082        773,255      903,040        856,593        83,338       10.8%

Substance Abuse Testing
  Personal Services                                             14,078               0             0              0           0       0.0%
  Operating Supplies                                               180               0             0              0           0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                          7,776               0             0              0           0       0.0%
     Substance Abuse Testing                                    22,034               0             0              0           0       0.0%

   Total - Department of Human Resources                      1,082,431     1,312,076    1,517,079       1,428,509      116,433       8.9%

Department of Land Use & Growth Management
 Administration
  Personal Services                                            346,954        368,216      378,768        460,751        92,535      25.1%
  Operating Supplies                                            41,139         44,360       51,860         51,860         7,500      16.9%
  Professional Services                                          8,314         21,550       33,550         33,550        12,000      55.7%
  Communications                                                15,254         15,750       23,757         20,000         4,250      27.0%
  Transportation                                                   277            300          500            500           200      66.7%
  Rentals                                                          229            300          300            300             0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  1,223          1,600        2,900          2,900         1,300      81.3%
  Equipment                                                          0              0        1,981          1,981         1,981     100.0%
     Administration                                            413,390        452,076      493,616        571,842       119,766      26.5%

 Comprehensive Plan
  Personal Services                                            373,772        452,850      488,378        482,893        30,043       6.6%
  Operating Supplies                                             5,778          8,250        8,250          8,250             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                         48,149         37,960       70,800         40,800         2,840       7.5%
  Transportation                                                   551            800        1,000          1,000           200      25.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  2,223          3,875        6,375          6,375         2,500      64.5%
  Other Lease Payment                                                0              0            0         10,872        10,872     100.0%
  Vehicle Equipment                                                  0              0          400            400           400     100.0%
     Comprehensive Planning                                    430,473        503,735      575,203        550,590        46,855       9.3%

 Development Services
  Personal Services                                            353,673        485,357      509,949        506,159        20,802       4.3%
  Operating Supplies                                             1,188          1,360        1,360          1,360             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                         18,021         18,500       25,000         25,000         6,500      35.1%
  Transportation                                                   810          1,400        2,600          2,600         1,200      85.7%
  Miscellaneous                                                  2,096          2,200        3,400          3,400         1,200      54.5%
     Development Services                                      375,788        508,817      542,309        538,519        29,702       5.8%

 Planning Commission
   Personal Services                                            20,596         20,960       21,120         21,437           477       2.3%
   Miscellaneous                                                 1,255          1,655        1,655          1,655             0       0.0%
      Planning Commission                                       21,851         22,615       22,775         23,092           477       2.1%
                                         ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                         FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                       Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent


Boards and Commissions
 Professional Services                                        15,814         18,100      18,100       18,100             0      0.0%
 Transportation                                                    0            250         250          250             0      0.0%
 Miscellaneous                                                   601            990         990          990             0      0.0%
    Boards and Commissions                                    16,415         19,340      19,340       19,340             0      0.0%

Historical Preservation
  Operating Supplies                                             -38          1,500       2,440        2,440          940      62.7%
  Professional Services                                            0            200         200          200            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                   0            120         120          120            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  249            300         300          300            0       0.0%
Historical Preservation                                          211          2,120       3,060        3,060          940      44.3%

Permit Services
 Personal Services                                           194,005        249,360     231,123      235,756       (13,604)    -5.5%
 Professional Services                                         4,603          2,600       2,600        2,600             0      0.0%
 Miscellaneous                                                    23            400         400          400             0      0.0%
 Equipment                                                         0              0       3,926        3,926         3,926    100.0%
    Permit Services                                          198,631        252,360     238,049      242,682        (9,678)    -3.8%

Inspections & Compliance
  Personal Services                                          409,899        443,561     447,034      439,137        (4,424)    -1.0%
  Operating Supplies                                           2,072          6,100       7,600        7,600         1,500     24.6%
  Professional Services                                        1,450          1,900       4,000        4,000         2,100    110.5%
  Transportation                                               6,612          5,600       9,765        9,765         4,165     74.4%
  Miscellaneous                                                1,292          2,033       3,033        3,033         1,000     49.2%
     Inspections & Compliance                                421,325        459,194     471,432      463,535         4,341      0.9%

Board of Electrical Examiners
 Operating Supplies                                              300          1,200       1,200        1,200            0       0.0%
 Professional Services                                         5,173          6,500       6,500        6,500            0       0.0%
 Communications                                                   17            250         250          250            0       0.0%
 Transportation                                                  363            550         800          800          250      45.5%
 Miscellaneous                                                    50            195         195          195            0       0.0%
    Board of Electrical Examiners                              5,903          8,695       8,945        8,945          250       2.9%

Grants
 Personal Services                                            59,692              0           0            0            0        0.0%
 Operating Supplies                                            4,700          7,366       6,000        5,000       (2,366)     -32.1%
 Professional Services                                         9,900          4,000      67,900       63,900       59,900     1497.5%
 Communications                                                    0              0       1,000        1,000        1,000      100.0%
 Miscellaneous                                                 5,000          5,000       6,200        1,200       (3,800)     -76.0%
    Grants                                                    79,292         16,366      81,100       71,100       54,734      334.4%

  Total - Land Use & Growth Management                      1,963,279     2,245,318   2,455,829     2,492,705     247,387      11.0%
                                         ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                         FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                       Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

Department of Public Works and Transportation
 Administration
  Personal Services                                          300,837        335,772     334,638      333,208        (2,564)      -0.8%
  Operating Supplies                                           5,204          4,125       4,125        3,425          (700)     -17.0%
  Professional Services                                        2,242          2,500       2,500        2,500             0        0.0%
  Communications                                              10,821         12,202      12,202       12,202             0        0.0%
  Transportation                                                   0            100         100          100             0        0.0%
  Rentals                                                      2,284          2,500       2,500        2,500             0        0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  605          1,100       1,100        1,100             0        0.0%
     Administration                                          321,993        358,299     357,165      355,035        (3,264)      -0.9%

 Engineering Services
  Personal Services                                          225,659        264,707     281,898      281,850       17,143        6.5%
  Operating Supplies                                           3,993          5,120       5,120        5,120            0        0.0%
  Professional Services                                        9,865         11,200      11,200       11,200            0        0.0%
  Transportation                                                 384            300         300          300            0        0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  722          1,770       1,770        1,770            0        0.0%
  Equipment                                                      363              0           0            0            0        0.0%
     Engineering Services                                    240,986        283,097     300,288      300,240       17,143        6.1%

 Development Review
  Personal Services                                          179,906        191,341     203,308      191,868          527         0.3%
  Operating Supplies                                               0          1,675       1,675        1,675            0         0.0%
  Professional Services                                            0            300     100,300      100,300      100,000     33333.3%
  Transportation                                                 101            300         300          300            0         0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   25            500         500          500            0         0.0%
     Development Review                                      180,032        194,116     306,083      294,643      100,527        51.8%

 Construction & Inspections
  Personal Services                                          269,910        347,513     381,684      379,997       32,484        9.3%
  Operating Supplies                                           3,072          3,800       3,800        3,800            0        0.0%
  Professional Services                                       10,363          9,300      10,600       10,100          800        8.6%
  Communications                                               2,634          2,300       2,300        2,300            0        0.0%
  Transportation                                               5,052          5,825      10,500       10,500        4,675       80.3%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                          0              0           0        3,624        3,624      100.0%
     Construction & Inspections                              291,031        368,738     408,884      410,321       41,583       11.3%

 County Highways
  Personal Services                                         2,095,426     2,131,642   2,198,783     2,170,039      38,397        1.8%
  Operating Supplies                                           30,750        37,665      37,665        37,665           0        0.0%
  Professional Services                                       148,438       151,500     151,500       151,500           0        0.0%
  Communications                                                5,815         7,140       7,140         5,000      (2,140)     -30.0%
  Transportation                                               86,791        82,000     151,700       151,700      69,700       85.0%
  Public Utility Service                                       33,436        40,500      55,500        55,500      15,000       37.0%
  Rentals                                                       7,318        10,000      30,000        20,000      10,000      100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                               219,534       223,860     270,060       270,060      46,200       20.6%
  Equipment                                                       353             0      35,000        15,000      15,000      100.0%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                           0        96,263      91,000       156,459      60,196       62.5%
     County Highways                                        2,627,861     2,780,570   3,028,348     3,032,923     252,353        9.1%
                                           ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                           FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                   Department/Spending Unit                 Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                         Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

Solid Waste
 Personal Services                                              677,589       662,448     699,596       694,030      31,582        4.8%
 Operating Supplies                                              22,561        35,800      35,800        35,800           0        0.0%
 Professional Services                                           61,530        54,350     105,350       105,350      51,000       93.8%
 Communications                                                   2,646         3,118       3,118         2,000      (1,118)     -35.9%
 Transportation                                                  30,330        25,314      46,830        46,830      21,516       85.0%
 Public Utility Service                                           3,985         4,450       5,374         5,374         924       20.8%
 Rentals                                                          6,237           300         300           300           0        0.0%
 Miscellaneous                                                1,146,850     1,352,500   1,490,500     1,490,500     138,000       10.2%
 Equipment                                                          460         9,894       7,400         7,400      (2,494)     -25.2%
 Equipment-Lease Payment                                              0        74,517      71,000       132,155      57,638       77.3%
     Solid Waste                                              1,952,188     2,222,691   2,465,268     2,519,739     297,048       13.4%

Recycling
 Personal Services                                              87,180         92,722      98,357       97,692        4,970       5.4%
 Operating Supplies                                              5,428          4,550       4,550        4,550            0       0.0%
 Professional Services                                         229,126        207,750     250,000      250,000       42,250      20.3%
 Transportation                                                  3,613          2,150       3,850        3,850        1,700      79.1%
 Rentals                                                        19,224         20,000      20,000       20,000            0       0.0%
 Miscellaneous                                                  23,498         32,150      50,150       50,150       18,000      56.0%
 Equipment                                                           0          3,500       3,500        3,500            0       0.0%
    Recycling                                                  368,069        362,822     430,407      429,742       66,920      18.4%

Mailroom/Messenger Services
 Personal Services                                              89,766         92,748      99,788       98,977        6,229       6.7%
 Operating Supplies                                                400            650         650          650            0       0.0%
 Communications                                                    716            900         900          900            0       0.0%
 Transportation                                                  1,143          1,000       1,850        1,850          850      85.0%
 Rentals                                                        11,148         11,150      11,150       11,150            0       0.0%
     Mailroom/Messenger Services                               103,173        106,448     114,338      113,527        7,079       6.7%

Vehicle Maintenance Shop
 Personal Services                                             500,774        572,870     603,448       602,717      29,847       5.2%
 Operating Supplies                                             31,645         27,850      31,850        31,850       4,000      14.4%
 Professional Services                                           4,041          4,769       4,769         4,769           0       0.0%
 Communications                                                  4,931          5,200       5,200         5,200           0       0.0%
 Transportation                                                397,363        452,500     554,625       491,625      39,125       8.6%
 Equipment                                                           0          5,700     291,316         5,700           0       0.0%
    Vehicle Maintenance Shop                                   938,754      1,068,889   1,491,208     1,141,861      72,972       6.8%

Non-Public School Bus Transportation
 Personal Services                                               73,409        76,241      82,384        82,051       5,810       7.6%
 Professional Services                                        1,492,095     1,520,447   1,711,985     1,688,531     168,084      11.1%
 Communications                                                   8,446         9,670       9,670         9,670           0       0.0%
 Transportation                                                       0           100         100           100           0       0.0%
 Insurance                                                       32,612        32,000      34,000        34,000       2,000       6.3%
 Miscellaneous                                                       15           935         935           935           0       0.0%
    Non-Public School Bus Transportation                      1,606,577     1,639,393   1,839,074     1,815,287     175,894      10.7%
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                                FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                    Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                              Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

St. Mary's County Airport
   Operating Supplies                                                   451          1,300       1,300        1,300             0       0.0%
   Professional Services                                              3,358          6,857       6,857        6,857             0       0.0%
   Communications                                                     7,452          5,300       5,300        2,300        (3,000)    -56.6%
   Transportation                                                         0            200         285          285            85      42.5%
   Public Utility Service                                               845            800         976          976           176      22.0%
   Repairs and Maintenance                                              580          1,000       1,000        1,000             0       0.0%
   Rentals                                                              762          1,143       1,143        1,143             0       0.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                        285            325         325          325             0       0.0%
   Liability Insurance                                                    0          1,493       1,493        1,493             0       0.0%
      St Mary's County Airport                                       13,733         18,418      18,679       15,679        (2,739)    -14.9%

St. Mary's Transit System
  Personal Services                                                1,155,534     1,350,002   1,686,917     1,480,931     130,929        9.7%
  Operating Supplies                                                  28,116        28,297      44,077        44,077      15,780       55.8%
  Professional Services                                                1,713         4,700       5,100         5,100         400        8.5%
  Communications                                                       3,963         4,900       7,900         7,900       3,000       61.2%
  Transportation                                                     245,002       285,733     401,038       401,038     115,305       40.4%
  Rentals                                                                682         1,800       1,800         1,800           0        0.0%
  Miscellaneous/New Program Cost                                       2,509         2,500       2,500       150,522     148,022     5920.9%
  Equipment                                                          113,260        18,300      32,300        32,300      14,000       76.5%
     St. Mary's Transit System                                     1,550,779     1,696,232   2,181,632     2,123,668     427,436       25.2%

  Grants -Sludge                                                     20,206         31,000      25,000       25,000        (6,000)    -19.4%

Capital Projects
  Personal Services                                                 155,618        163,729     183,409      182,050       18,321      11.2%
  Operating Supplies                                                  2,864              0           0            0            0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                               1,348              0           0            0            0       0.0%
  Communications                                                        599            400         400          400            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                        990              0           0            0            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                         396            635         635          635            0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                             468              0           0            0            0       0.0%
     Capital Projects                                               162,283        164,764     184,444      183,085       18,321      11.1%

Building Services (FY04 includes Carter State Office Bldg.)
 Personal Services                                                   772,968       883,615     929,695       922,001      38,386       4.3%
 Operating Supplies                                                  142,988       138,964     142,964       142,964       4,000       2.9%
 Professional Services                                               656,716       538,043     586,580       551,580      13,537       2.5%
 Communications                                                       17,075        18,637      18,637        18,637           0       0.0%
 Transportation                                                       10,035         8,102      14,988        14,988       6,886      85.0%
 Public Utility Service                                              961,702       864,000   1,065,400     1,055,400     191,400      22.2%
 Repairs and Maintenance                                             195,246       189,000     172,000       172,000     (17,000)     -9.0%
 Rentals                                                              12,934        10,990      10,990        10,990           0       0.0%
 Equipment                                                             2,835         7,050       7,050         7,050           0       0.0%
     Building Services                                             2,772,499     2,658,401   2,948,304     2,895,610     237,209       8.9%
                                            ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                            FY 2004           FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                      Department/Spending Unit               Actual          Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                          Expenditures        Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent

Carter State Office Building
  Operating Supplies                                                     0        10,000       10,400         10,400            400      4.0%
  Professional Services                                                  0       195,620      181,932        181,932        (13,688)    -7.0%
  Public Utility Service                                                 0       172,000      195,308        195,308         23,308     13.6%
  Repairs and Maintenance                                                0        83,100       98,600         98,600         15,500     18.7%
      Carter State Office Building                                       0       460,720       486,240        486,240        25,520      5.5%

    Total - Dept. of Public Works and Transportation          13,150,164      14,414,598    16,585,362     16,142,600     1,728,002     12.0%

Department of Recreation, Parks & Comm. Svcs.
 Administration
  Personal Services                                             596,326          758,681      888,971        873,407       114,726       15.1%
  Operating Supplies                                              5,662            4,700        5,700          5,700         1,000       21.3%
  Professional Services                                           1,217            1,280        1,360          1,360            80        6.3%
  Communications                                                  7,825            8,875        8,795          8,795           (80)      -0.9%
  Transportation                                                  6,283            7,220        6,220          6,220        (1,000)     -13.9%
  Miscellaneous                                                     814            1,220        1,220          1,220             0        0.0%
     Administration                                             618,127          781,976      912,266        896,702       114,726       14.7%

 Parks Maintenance
  Personal Services                                              704,542         737,762      805,049         768,907       31,145       4.2%
  Operating Supplies                                              33,014          35,200       36,200          36,200        1,000       2.8%
  Professional Services                                           45,918          61,357       65,357          65,357        4,000       6.5%
  Communications                                                   7,650           8,350        9,450           9,450        1,100      13.2%
  Transportation                                                  12,154          11,100       20,450          20,450        9,350      84.2%
  Public Utility Service                                          45,035          39,800       48,562          48,562        8,762      22.0%
  Repairs and Maintenance                                        450,255         492,950      609,682         609,682      116,732      23.7%
  Rentals                                                          6,122           6,200        7,725           7,725        1,525      24.6%
  Miscellaneous                                                      453             800          800             800            0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                          178          11,100       10,700          10,700         (400)     -3.6%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                              0          12,458       12,200          30,320       17,862     143.4%
     Parks Maintenance                                         1,305,321       1,417,077    1,626,175       1,608,153      191,076      13.5%

 Museum Division
  Personal Services                                             230,229          294,613      333,316        333,298        38,685      13.1%
  Operating Supplies                                             14,363           14,942       23,542         23,542         8,600      57.6%
  Professional Services                                           8,994            7,400        9,150          9,150         1,750      23.6%
  Communications                                                  4,969            5,590        8,775          8,775         3,185      57.0%
  Transportation                                                  5,189            5,500        6,980          6,980         1,480      26.9%
  Insurance                                                       3,900            3,960        4,560          4,560           600      15.2%
  Public Utility Service                                         14,226           17,000       27,786         27,786        10,786      63.4%
  Rentals                                                         1,428            2,448        2,448          2,448             0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                     726              350          600            600           250      71.4%
  Equipment                                                         258                0        2,000          2,000         2,000     100.0%
     Museum Division                                            284,282          351,803      419,157        419,139        67,336      19.1%

Teen Center - subsidy                                            20,000                 0             0              0            0      0.0%
                                          ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                          FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                        Expenditures      Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

 Community Services
  Personal Services                                           246,475        269,276     306,257      261,402        (7,874)    -2.9%
  Operating Supplies                                            3,578          7,770       7,770        7,770             0      0.0%
  Professional Services                                        26,577         18,370      13,000       13,000        (5,370)   -29.2%
  Communications                                                9,141         10,420       7,920        6,500        (3,920)   -37.6%
  Transportation                                                1,779          4,900       5,240        5,240           340      6.9%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                           0              0           0        5,663         5,663    100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                     0            650       1,020        1,020           370     56.9%
     Community Services                                       287,550        311,386     341,207      300,595       (10,791)    -3.5%

 Human Relations Commission
  Operating Supplies                                              694            150         600          600          450      300.0%
  Professional Services                                         1,100            750       1,200        1,200          450       60.0%
  Communications                                                  376            442           0            0         (442)    -100.0%
  Transportation                                                    0            100         100          100            0        0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   430            233         333          333          100       42.9%
     Human Relations Commission                                 2,600          1,675       2,233        2,233          558       33.3%

 Commission for the Disabled
  Operating Supplies                                            1,337          1,250       1,250        1,250             0      0.0%
  Professional Services                                           662            750         750          750             0      0.0%
     Commission for the Disabled                                1,999          2,000       2,000        2,000             0      0.0%

 Commission for Women
  Operating Supplies                                              350           550         725           725          175       31.8%
  Transportation                                                    0           100           0             0         (100)    -100.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                   45           250         175           175           (75)    -30.0%
      Commission for Women                                        395           900         900           900             0       0.0%

VISTA Program
   Personal Services                                           68,512              0           0            0             0       0.0%
   Professional Services                                            0         42,480      25,185       25,185       (17,295)    -40.7%
   Operating Supplies                                           2,848          5,750       5,200        5,200          (550)     -9.6%
   Communications                                                 588            740         740          740             0       0.0%
   Transportation                                               2,847          3,500       3,500        3,500             0       0.0%
   Public Utility                                               1,194          1,800       2,088        2,088           288      16.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                  469            500         750          750           250      50.0%
   Equipment                                                      380              0           0            0             0       0.0%
      VISTA Program                                            76,838         54,770      37,463       37,463       (17,307)    -31.6%

 Grants
  Personal Services                                           141,519        131,357     100,566      103,295       (28,062)    -21.4%
  Operating Supplies                                           67,545         84,574      45,856       46,856       (37,718)    -44.6%
  Professional Services                                        59,083        108,327      64,327       67,512       (40,815)    -37.7%
  Communications                                                1,307          1,350       1,572        1,572           222      16.4%
  Repairs and Maintenance                                         346          5,000      99,000       99,000        94,000    1880.0%
  Transportation                                               10,932         30,015       5,500        5,500       (24,515)    -81.7%
  Miscellaneous                                                22,722         25,334      27,604       26,690         1,356       5.4%
  Rentals                                                       6,439          5,500      15,360       15,360         9,860     179.3%
  Equipment                                                     5,655         66,000      13,500       13,500       (52,500)    -79.5%
     Grants                                                   315,548        457,457     373,285      379,285       (78,172)    -17.1%

   Total - Recreation, Parks & Comm. Svcs.                   2,912,660     3,379,044   3,714,686     3,646,470     267,426       7.9%
                                         ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                         FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                       Expenditures      Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent


Public Safety
  Personal Services                                         1,082,268     1,191,384    1,252,135       1,449,703      258,319      21.7%
  Operating Supplies                                           11,326        14,100       14,100          14,100            0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                         2,319        22,720       22,720          68,400       45,680     201.1%
  Communications                                              187,631       212,770      296,344         296,344       83,574      39.3%
  Transportation                                                1,297         3,200        5,325           5,325        2,125      66.4%
  Miscellaneous                                                 1,507         6,200        6,200           6,200            0       0.0%
      Emergency Communications Center                       1,286,348     1,450,374    1,596,824       1,840,072      389,698      26.9%

 Fire Departments
   Equipment                                                   4,257               0             0              0           0       0.0%
      Fire Departments                                         4,257               0             0              0           0       0.0%

 Rescue Squads
  Equipment                                                    1,537               0             0              0           0       0.0%
     Rescue Squads                                             1,537               0             0              0           0       0.0%

 Emergency Radio Communications
  Personal Services                                          196,466        230,586      249,601        247,540        16,954       7.4%
  Operating Supplies                                          12,755         20,950       20,950         20,950             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                      168,509        285,480      263,170        258,170       (27,310)     -9.6%
  Communications                                               2,081          2,008        2,008          2,008             0       0.0%
  Transportation                                               1,454          1,900        3,175          3,175         1,275      67.1%
  Miscellaneous                                                1,972          4,120        4,120          4,120             0       0.0%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                          0              0      129,321        129,321       129,321     100.0%
  Equipment                                                  113,139        149,527       27,000         64,032       (85,495)    -57.2%
     Emergency Radio Communications                          496,376        694,571      699,345        729,316        34,745       5.0%

 Emergency Management
  Personal Services                                          105,287        111,674      120,103        120,078          8,404       7.5%
  Operating Supplies                                           1,670          4,010        4,010          4,010              0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                        1,719          1,200            0              0         (1,200)   -100.0%
  Communications                                              20,140         22,247       20,437         20,437         (1,810)     -8.1%
  Transportation                                               1,488          2,162        3,947          3,947          1,785      82.6%
  Rentals                                                      1,356          1,200        2,400          2,400          1,200     100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  210            900          900            900              0       0.0%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                      3,513          6,794        6,794          6,794              0       0.0%
     Emergency Management                                    135,383        150,187      158,591        158,566          8,379       5.6%

 Animal Control
  Personal Services                                          199,168        212,107      225,366        224,532        12,425       5.9%
  Operating Supplies                                           5,175          7,450        7,450          7,450             0       0.0%
  Professional Services                                      208,507        229,341      271,670        275,870        46,529      20.3%
  Communications                                                   0            260        1,810          1,810         1,550     596.2%
  Transportation                                               9,577          8,500       15,725         15,725         7,225      85.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                 -701          5,075        5,075          5,075             0       0.0%
  Equipment-Lease Payment                                          0              0            0         12,231        12,231     100.0%
  Equipment                                                        0              0        5,300          5,300         5,300     100.0%
     Animal Control                                          421,726        462,733      532,396        547,993        85,260      18.4%
                                         ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                             FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit                  Actual        Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                           Expenditures      Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent

 Advanced Life Support
  Operating Supplies                                              15,618               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Professional Services                                           27,328               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Communications                                                     473               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                   8,059               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Rentals                               See Emergency                511               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Insurance                             Services Support           7,786               0             0              0            0      0.0%
                                              Fund
  Miscellaneous                                                    9,487               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Equipment                                                       26,222               0             0              0            0      0.0%
     Advanced Life Support                                        95,484               0             0              0            0      0.0%

 Emergency Services Committee
  Operating Supplies                                               2,223               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Professional Services                                           13,984               0             0              0            0      0.0%
     Emergency Services Committee                                 16,207               0             0              0            0      0.0%

Hurricane Isabel                                                 551,293               0             0              0            0      0.0%

 Grants
  Personal Services                                               21,290         53,703       55,649         56,683          2,980       5.5%
  Operating Supplies                                              11,578         19,267        9,801         25,017          5,750      29.8%
  Professional Services                                                0         30,000       24,550         29,550           (450)     -1.5%
  Transportation                                                       0            700          700            700              0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                        0            600          600            600              0       0.0%
  Equipment/Furniture                                            278,154        438,561      437,385        248,986       (189,575)    -43.2%
     Grants                                                      311,022        542,831      528,685        361,536       (181,295)    -33.4%

   Total - Public Safety                                        3,319,633     3,300,696    3,515,841       3,637,483      336,787      10.2%

                        ELECTED OFFICIALS
Circuit Court
 Judicial
   Personal Services                                             540,001        566,414      632,449        626,690         60,276      10.6%
   Operating Supplies                                             14,893         15,085       18,435         18,435          3,350      22.2%
   Professional Services                                          40,538         65,280       62,215         62,215         (3,065)     -4.7%
   Communications                                                 24,916         35,000       35,000         28,800         (6,200)    -17.7%
   Transportation                                                    211            500          500            500              0       0.0%
   Rentals                                                         2,059          1,260            0              0         (1,260)   -100.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                  48,161         87,500       72,600         72,600        (14,900)    -17.0%
   Equipment                                                         767            250        9,150          5,946          5,696    2278.4%
       Judicial                                                  671,546        771,289      830,349        815,186         43,897       5.7%

Law Library
  Operating Supplies                                              44,170         45,900       45,900         45,900              0      0.0%
  Communications                                                       0            200          200            200              0      0.0%
         Law Library                                              44,170         46,100       46,100         46,100              0      0.0%
                                         ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                         FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006       FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved      Request      Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                       Expenditures      Budget       Budget        Budget        Amount      Percent

 Grants
  Personal Services                                           56,681         60,057     101,071       103,992       43,935      73.2%
  Operating Supplies                                          21,204          3,247       9,283         7,448        4,201     129.4%
  Professional Services                                       62,237         68,376      88,122        84,734       16,358      23.9%
  Communications                                               4,000          4,000       4,000         4,000            0       0.0%
  Transportation                                                 112            517         572           572           55      10.6%
  Rentals                                                          0              0         476           476          476     100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  924          1,740       5,823         5,823        4,083     234.7%
        Grant                                                145,158        137,937     209,347       207,045       69,108      50.1%

   Total - Circuit Court                                     860,874        955,326    1,085,796     1,068,331     113,005      11.8%

Orphan's Court
  Personal Services                                           21,656         21,582      22,589        22,063          481       2.2%
  Operating Supplies                                               0            300         300           300            0       0.0%
  Communications                                               2,060          2,287       2,287         2,287            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                5,880          5,880       5,880         5,880            0       0.0%

   Total - Orphan's Court                                     29,596         30,049      31,056        30,530          481       1.6%

Office of the Sheriff
 Law Enforcement
   Personal Services                                        9,952,284    11,188,893   12,745,061    12,052,918      864,025      7.7%
   Operating Supplies                                         176,201       173,150      221,278       214,394       41,244     23.8%
   Professional Services                                       64,625        69,000      112,832       111,532       42,532     61.6%
   Communications                                              64,537        63,693       63,693        63,693            0      0.0%
   Transportation                                             200,644       193,200      376,200       370,200      177,000     91.6%
   Public Utilities                                             4,535         4,200        6,180         6,180        1,980     47.1%
   Rentals                                                     65,202        65,635       73,060        73,060        7,425     11.3%
   Miscellaneous                                               80,688        81,400       88,020        87,740        6,340      7.8%
   Equipment                                                   28,539       110,073      375,134        92,843      (17,230)   -15.7%
   Vehicles-Lease Payment                                      40,675        79,240      189,313       340,437      261,197    329.6%
      Law Enforcement                                      10,677,930    12,028,484   14,250,771    13,412,997    1,384,513     11.5%

 Corrections
  Personal Services                                         4,608,548     5,009,686    5,909,845     5,468,667     458,981       9.2%
  Operating Supplies                                          435,559       474,458      549,517       516,150      41,692       8.8%
  Professional Services                                       654,584       634,828    1,211,837       697,873      63,045       9.9%
  Communications                                               39,217        29,783       20,483        20,483      (9,300)    -31.2%
  Rentals                                                      53,521        59,754       63,754        63,754       4,000       6.7%
  Miscellaneous                                                 2,348         2,760        2,760         2,760           0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                    18,111             0       38,807         3,692       3,692     100.0%
      Corrections                                           5,811,888     6,211,269    7,797,003     6,773,379     562,110       9.0%

 Training
   Operating Supplies                                         24,443         18,000      24,560        21,748        3,748      20.8%
   Miscellaneous                                              60,754         68,200      84,585        78,662       10,462      15.3%
       Training                                               85,197         86,200     109,145       100,410       14,210      16.5%

 Canine
  Operating Supplies                                           4,010          4,975       4,975         4,975             0      0.0%
  Professional Services                                        8,157          5,800       6,300         6,300           500      8.6%
  Miscellaneous                                                5,500              0       6,500             0             0      0.0%
  Equipment                                                    1,457              0       3,700           500           500    100.0%
     Canine                                                   19,124         10,775      21,475        11,775         1,000      9.3%
                                          ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                          FY 2004         FY 2005      FY 2006       FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit              Actual        Approved      Request      Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                        Expenditures      Budget       Budget        Budget        Amount      Percent

 Grants
  Personal Services                                           243,154        284,612     407,425       441,139      156,527      55.0%
  Operating Supplies                                           14,563          7,062       3,359         3,501       (3,561)    -50.4%
  Professional Services                                            96          6,675          84            84       (6,591)    -98.7%
  Communications                                                2,332          3,636       3,236         3,236         (400)    -11.0%
  Transportation                                                2,934          2,700       4,950         4,950        2,250      83.3%
  Rentals                                                         500            500         500           500            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                12,616          4,982      12,090         7,232        2,250      45.2%
  Equipment                                                   108,830         23,066     143,485        89,359       66,293     287.4%
     Grants                                                   385,025        333,233     575,129       550,001      216,768      65.0%

   Total - Office of the Sheriff                            16,979,164    18,669,961   22,753,523    20,848,562    2,178,601     11.7%

Office of the State's Attorney
 Judicial
   Personal Services                                         1,299,965     1,476,604    1,616,918     1,542,319      65,715       4.5%
   Operating Supplies                                           24,710        29,710       29,710        29,710           0       0.0%
   Professional Services                                        44,803        27,565       62,130        47,360      19,795      71.8%
   Communications                                               21,207        25,400       25,400        25,400           0       0.0%
   Transportation                                                1,927         2,600        3,600         3,600       1,000      38.5%
   Rentals                                                         134         2,665        5,165         5,165       2,500      93.8%
   Miscellaneous                                                 3,715         4,300        4,300         4,300           0       0.0%
      Judicial                                               1,396,461     1,568,844    1,747,223     1,657,854      89,010       5.7%

 Project Graduation
   Operating Supplies                                          10,522         10,600      15,350        15,350        4,750       44.8%
   Professional Services                                        1,500          9,000      10,200        10,200        1,200       13.3%
   Communications                                                 791            200         200           200            0        0.0%
   Transportation                                                   0             50           0             0          (50)    -100.0%
   Rentals                                                      9,000          2,250       2,250         2,250            0        0.0%
   Miscellaneous                                               12,014         13,850      13,500        13,500         (350)      -2.5%
      Project Graduation                                       33,827         35,950      41,500        41,500        5,550       15.4%

 Grants
  Personal Services                                           382,239        384,795     410,450       384,459         (336)     -0.1%
  Operating Supplies                                            8,330         12,069       7,920         7,920       (4,149)    -34.4%
  Professional Services                                        12,464         21,542      16,933        16,933       (4,609)    -21.4%
  Communications                                                5,906          6,300       6,500         6,500          200       3.2%
  Transportation                                                  125            600         600           600            0       0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                   894          1,820       1,905         1,905           85       4.7%
  Equipment                                                     7,566              0       5,030        11,030       11,030     100.0%
     Grants                                                   417,524        427,126     449,338       429,347        2,221       0.5%

   Total - State's Attorney                                  1,847,812     2,031,920    2,238,061     2,128,701      96,781       4.8%
                                           ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                           FY 2004        FY 2005      FY 2006      FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                    Department/Spending Unit                Actual       Approved      Request     Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                         Expenditures     Budget       Budget       Budget        Amount      Percent

County Treasurer
  Personal Services                                            252,433       270,991     305,557      302,240       31,249       11.5%
  Operating Supplies                                            10,430        12,500      12,500       12,500            0        0.0%
  Professional Services                                            588           900         400          400         (500)     -55.6%
  Communications                                                15,666        26,700      26,700       26,700            0        0.0%
  Transportation                                                   250           250         250          250            0        0.0%
  Rentals                                                        1,332         1,355       1,920        1,920          565       41.7%
  Miscellaneous                                                      0         1,000       1,000        1,000            0        0.0%
  Equipment                                                      1,035             0           0            0            0        0.0%

   Total - County Treasurer                                    281,734       313,696     348,327      345,010       31,314      10.0%

           STATE AGENCIES/INDEPENDENT BOARDS

Department of Health
  Operating Allocation                                         967,112     1,004,883   1,067,647     1,056,888      52,005       5.2%
  Personal Services                                             10,846        10,934      11,024        16,783       5,849      53.5%
  Mosquito Control/Gypsy Moth                                   39,691        40,000      40,000        47,000       7,000      17.5%

   Total - Department of Health                              1,017,649     1,055,817   1,118,671     1,120,671      64,854       6.1%

Department of Social Services
  Personal Services                                             61,398        66,077      69,687       69,461         3,384      5.1%
  Operating Allocation                                         200,469       203,456     211,894      211,894         8,438      4.1%
  Professional Services                                          5,190         6,500       6,500        6,500             0      0.0%
  Grant                                                         48,674        51,041      55,103       54,553         3,512      6.9%
   Total - Department of Social Services                       315,731       327,074     343,184      342,408       15,334       4.7%
Alcohol Beverage Board
   Personal Services                                            81,649        87,140      97,755       97,213       10,073      11.6%
   Operating Supplies                                            1,498         1,900       2,950        2,950        1,050      55.3%
   Professional Services                                         5,930         6,824      11,300       11,300        4,476      65.6%
   Communications                                                1,019         1,000       1,000        1,000            0       0.0%
   Transportation                                                1,430           744       3,900        3,900        3,156     424.2%
   Miscellaneous                                                73,771        60,745      75,000       86,958       26,213      43.2%
   Equipment                                                       116             0           0            0            0       0.0%
   Total - Alcohol Beverage Board                              165,413       158,353     191,905      203,321       44,968      28.4%

Supervisors of Elections
  Personal Services                                              9,408         8,166      31,422        8,302           136       1.7%
  Operating Supplies                                            13,546        32,850       9,100        9,100       (23,750)    -72.3%
  Professional Services                                        319,629       380,772     259,818      262,318      (118,454)    -31.1%
  Communications                                                15,072        27,365      10,000        8,500       (18,865)    -68.9%
  Transportation                                                 3,314         2,500       3,500        3,500         1,000      40.0%
  Rentals                                                       33,000        90,577     439,460      115,000        24,423      27.0%
  Insurance                                                        200         2,000           0            0        (2,000)   -100.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                  9,650        12,028      16,775       16,775         4,747      39.5%
  Equipment                                                      1,478         3,500       1,000        1,000        (2,500)    -71.4%
   Total - Supervisors of Elections                            405,297       559,758     771,075      424,495      (135,263)    -24.2%
                                               ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                               FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006       FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                   Actual        Approved       Request      Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                             Expenditures      Budget        Budget        Budget        Amount      Percent

Cooperative Extension Service
  Operating Supplies                                                 4,211          6,100        5,500         5,500         (600)      -9.8%
  Professional Services                                            119,481        120,673      126,561       126,561        5,888        4.9%
  Communications                                                     5,685          6,327        6,327         6,327            0        0.0%
  Transportation                                                     9,492          6,430        9,430         9,430        3,000       46.7%
  Rentals                                                            1,709          2,350        2,050         2,050         (300)     -12.8%
  Equipment                                                            302          1,500          700           700         (800)     -53.3%

   Total - Cooperative Extension Service                           140,880        143,380      150,568       150,568        7,188       5.0%

Ethics Commission
   Personal Services                                                  6,331         8,056        8,861         8,861          805      10.0%
   Operating Supplies                                                    82           183          183           183            0       0.0%
   Transportation                                                         0             0            0             0            0       0.0%
   Miscellaneous                                                          0             0            0             0            0       0.0%
   Professional Services                                                290           650          650           650            0       0.0%

   Total - Ethics Commission                                          6,703         8,889        9,694         9,694          805       9.1%

Soil Conservation District
  Personal Services                                                 11,390         10,505       11,290        11,290          785       7.5%
  Operating Allocation                                              32,052         31,289       36,205        36,205        4,916      15.7%

   Total - Soil Conservation District                               43,442         41,794       47,495        47,495        5,701      13.6%

Wicomico Scenic River Commission
  Operating Allocation                                                1,000         1,000        1,000         1,000            0       0.0%

   Total - Wicomico Scenic River Commission                           1,000         1,000        1,000         1,000            0       0.0%

Board of Education
  Administration                                                  3,202,080     3,237,692   3,495,344        3,425,644   187,952        5.8%
  Mid-Level Administration                                        9,164,243     9,678,800 10,276,421        10,464,111   785,311        8.1%
  Instructional Salaries                                         48,339,991    51,043,445 55,720,166        55,659,354 4,615,909        9.0%
  Instructional Textbooks & Supplies                              2,235,749     2,809,503   2,934,014        2,934,014   124,511        4.4%
  Other Instructional Costs                                         432,060       413,395     495,702          635,956   222,561       53.8%
  Special Education                                              11,829,323    12,635,472 13,493,065        13,464,732   829,260        6.6%
  Student Personnel Services                                        851,675       894,289   1,008,861        1,001,438   107,149       12.0%
  Health Services                                                   871,573       980,557   1,169,981        1,169,981   189,424       19.3%
  Transportation                                                  8,598,127     9,334,910   9,792,661        9,789,326   454,416        4.9%
  Operation of Plant                                              8,529,556     9,052,947 10,015,184         9,946,925   893,978        9.9%
  Maintenance of Plant                                            2,568,075     2,778,383   2,884,906        2,888,019   109,636        3.9%
  Fixed Charges                                                  16,054,033    20,574,650 23,916,259        25,731,659 5,157,009       25.1%
  Capital Outlay                                                    909,770       939,708     958,456          958,856    19,148        2.0%
   Sub-Total - General Operations                               113,586,255   124,373,751 136,161,020     138,070,014 11,797,825       11.0%
   Funding other than County Appropriation
       Fund Balance                                               1,402,059      2,028,821    1,300,000     2,400,000      371,179     18.3%
       State, Federal, Other Revenue Sources                     55,945,999     63,444,930   72,837,152    73,035,790    9,590,860     15.1%
   County Appropriation                                         56,214,697     58,900,000    62,023,868    62,634,224    3,734,224      6.3%
   Environmental Education Program                                   23,500              0            0             0            0      0.0%
   County Appropriation - Board of Education                     56,238,197    58,900,000    62,023,868    62,634,224    3,734,224      6.3%
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                              FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                  Actual        Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                            Expenditures      Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent

College of Southern Maryland
  Compensation                                                   2,965,319     3,709,789    3,804,774       3,875,408      165,619        4.5%
  Contracted Services                                              414,862       622,487      588,451         589,951      (32,536)      -5.2%
  Supplies & Materials                                             107,154       180,593      189,403         190,078        9,485        5.3%
  Communications                                                   101,332       128,620      129,434         129,434          814        0.6%
  Conferences, Meetings & Travel                                    31,688        55,554       54,824          54,899         (655)      -1.2%
  Scholarships & Grants                                             38,829        41,143       41,143          41,143            0        0.0%
  Utilities                                                        152,627       206,300      317,323         317,323      111,023       53.8%
  Fixed Charges                                                     39,621        45,731       49,705          49,705        3,974        8.7%
  Furniture & Equipment                                            123,366       131,184       57,844          57,844      (73,340)     -55.9%
  Mandatory Transfers                                            2,060,328     2,189,756    2,332,357       2,332,357      142,601        6.5%
    Sub-Total - General Operations                               6,035,126     7,311,157    7,565,258       7,638,142      262,371        4.5%

  Funding other than County Appropriation
      State, Federal, Other Revenue Sources                      4,017,363     5,214,701    5,288,830       5,397,379      182,678       3.5%
  County Appropriation                                           2,017,763     2,096,456    2,280,248       2,240,763      144,307       6.9%
   County Appropriation - College of Southern Md.                2,017,763     2,096,456    2,280,248       2,240,763      144,307       6.9%

Board of Library Trustees
 Lexington Park Library
  Personal Services                                               601,890        666,735      760,815        765,226        98,491      14.8%
  Communications                                                    7,266          8,000        8,800          8,800           800      10.0%
  Public Utility Service                                           48,943         48,000       56,400         56,400         8,400      17.5%
   Lexington Park Library                                         658,099        722,735      826,015        830,426       107,691      14.9%

 Leonardtown Library
  Personal Services                                               649,847        512,889      605,190        552,680        39,791       7.8%
  Communications                                                    2,683          4,000        4,400          4,400           400      10.0%
  Public Utility Service                                           18,768         17,500       20,690         20,690         3,190      18.2%
   Leonardtown Library                                            671,298        534,389      630,280        577,770        43,381       8.1%

 Charlotte Hall Library
  Personal Services                                               427,422        449,748      353,651        354,532        (95,216)    -21.2%
  Communications                                                    2,704          3,000        3,300          3,300            300      10.0%
  Public Utility Service                                           16,610         18,000       21,720         21,720          3,720      20.7%
   Charlotte Hall Library                                         446,736        470,748      378,671        379,552        (91,196)    -19.4%

 Outreach/Van
  Operating Supplies                                                4,804               0             0              0            0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                      878               0             0              0            0      0.0%
   Outreach/Van                                                     5,682               0             0              0            0      0.0%

 General Operating
  Personal Services                                                 1,464        185,098      193,631        192,779          7,681      4.1%
  Operating Supplies                                              258,183        285,000      295,940        310,940         25,940      9.1%
  Professional Services                                            43,115         61,340       50,400         45,400        (15,940)   -26.0%
  Communications                                                    1,356          1,500        1,500          1,500              0      0.0%
  Transportation                                                    1,728          4,000        3,500          3,500           (500)   -12.5%
  Insurance                                                         9,579         10,000       10,000         10,000              0      0.0%
  Miscellaneous                                                    19,241         20,500       21,000         21,000            500      2.4%
  Retiree Health                                                   32,983         65,167       71,684         70,250          5,083      7.8%
  Equipment                                                        23,339         15,000      100,000         90,000         75,000    500.0%
    General Operating                                             390,988        647,605      747,655        745,369         97,764     15.1%
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                                           FY 2004         FY 2005       FY 2006        FY 2006        Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                               Actual        Approved       Request       Approved       Over Approved FY 05
                                                                         Expenditures      Budget        Budget         Budget         Amount      Percent

 Archives
  Personal Services                                                             35,418               0             0              0           0       0.0%
  Operating Supplies                                                             1,501               0             0              0           0       0.0%
  Communications                                                                   900               0             0              0           0       0.0%
  Equipment                                                                      1,967               0             0              0           0       0.0%
   Archives                                                                     39,786               0             0              0           0       0.0%

   Grants                                                                       58,481          4,000              0              0       (4,000)   -100.0%

   Sub-Total - General Operations                                            2,271,070      2,379,477    2,582,621       2,533,117      153,640       6.5%

  Funding other than County Appropriation
      Fund Balance                                                                1,273        70,000       85,000          85,000       15,000      21.4%
      State, Federal, Other Revenue Sources                                     695,486       643,013      662,831         662,831       19,818       3.1%
  County Appropriation                                                        1,634,103     1,666,464    1,834,790       1,781,142      114,678       6.9%

County Appropriation - Board of Library Trustees                              1,634,103     1,666,464    1,834,790       1,781,142      114,678       6.9%

                Non-County Agency Contributions

Big Brothers / Big Sisters                                                       2,319          4,000        4,000          4,000             0       0.0%
Catholic Charities                                                              15,000         15,000       20,000         15,000             0       0.0%
Dept. of Agriculture - St. Marys County Program                                  8,935         12,850       13,800         13,800           950       7.4%
Farmer's Markets                                                                 1,000          1,000        1,000          1,000             0       0.0%
Greenwell Foundation                                                            30,000         30,000       30,000         30,000             0       0.0%
Historic St. Mary's City Foundation                                              1,500          1,500        1,500          1,500             0       0.0%
Hospice of St. Mary's                                                           15,000         15,000       15,000         15,000             0       0.0%
Lexington Park Lions Club (Soapbox Derby)                                        1,500          1,500        1,500          1,500             0       0.0%
Lexington Park Rotary Club (Oyster Festival)                                     5,000          5,000        5,000          5,000             0       0.0%
Literacy Council of St. Mary's                                                  12,000         12,000       12,000         12,000             0       0.0%
Maryland Historical Society                                                      1,000          1,000        1,000          1,000             0       0.0%
Seventh District Optimist Club                                                  10,000         10,000       10,000         10,000             0       0.0%
SMC Forest Conservation District Board                                               0              0            0          1,000         1,000     100.0%
Sotterley Foundation                                                            25,000         25,000       50,000         50,000        25,000     100.0%
Southern Maryland Center for L.I.F.E.                                           15,000         15,000       32,500         15,000             0       0.0%
Southern Maryland Child Care Resource Center                                     7,400          7,400       19,000          7,400             0       0.0%
Southern Maryland Higher Education Center                                       50,000         50,000       75,000         50,000             0       0.0%
Southern Maryland Navy Alliance                                                 20,000         20,000       20,000         20,000             0       0.0%
Southern Maryland Resource Conservation/Development                                500          5,200        8,000          5,200             0       0.0%
St. Mary's Caring, Inc.                                                              0          3,000       12,500          3,000             0       0.0%
St. Mary's County Historical Society                                            12,700         12,500       17,000         12,500             0       0.0%
St. Mary's College River Concert Series                                         10,000         10,000       15,000         10,000             0       0.0%
St. Mary's College Scholarship Program                                           6,000          6,000        6,000          6,000             0       0.0%
St. Mary's County Arts Council                                                       0          2,000        2,000          2,000             0       0.0%
The Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC) of Southern Maryland, Inc.         132,150        132,150      160,750        132,150             0       0.0%
The Center for Family Advocacy                                                  72,409         72,409       95,409         84,909        12,500      17.3%
The Center for Life Enrichment                                                 155,908        155,908      165,115        155,908             0       0.0%
The Mental Health Authority of St. Mary's                                       54,945         54,945       59,945         54,945             0       0.0%
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association                                 30,000         30,000       40,000         30,000             0       0.0%
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY EXPENDITURES - DETAIL


                                                              FY 2004           FY 2005       FY 2006       FY 2006       Increase (Decrease)
                     Department/Spending Unit                  Actual          Approved       Request      Approved      Over Approved FY 05
                                                            Expenditures        Budget        Budget        Budget        Amount      Percent

Three Oaks Center                                                   50,000           50,000       75,000        59,500       9,500      19.0%
Tri-County Alternatives for Youth & Families, Inc.                  26,250           26,250       27,563        26,250           0       0.0%
Tri-County Community Action (SMTCCAC, Inc)                          17,751           17,751       17,751        17,751           0       0.0%
Tri-County Council                                                  94,200           94,200       94,200        94,200           0       0.0%
Tri-County Youth Services Bureau                                   116,479          116,479      142,750       116,479           0       0.0%
Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions                        0                0       10,000         5,000       5,000       0.0%
Walden/Sierra                                                      195,038          195,038      195,038       195,038           0       0.0%
Watermen's Association                                              15,000           15,000       35,000        15,000           0       0.0%
    Total - Non-County Agencies                                  1,209,984        1,225,080    1,490,321     1,279,030      53,950       4.4%

                        Other Budget Costs

Volunteer Fire Depts. & Rescue Squads - 508 Funds                1,467,949          200,000      200,000       200,000           0       0.0%
Supplemental Reserve - Expense                                           0          184,506      150,000       400,000     215,494     116.8%
Leonardtown Tax Rebate                                              48,129           48,936       55,370        55,370       6,434      13.1%
Employer Contributions - Retiree Health Benefits                   908,771        1,031,000    1,210,100     1,156,150     125,150      12.1%
Bank Service Charges/GOB Admin. Fees                                33,528           26,000       29,000        29,000       3,000      11.5%
Debt Service                                                    10,633,981       12,370,986   12,845,604    12,903,553     532,567       4.3%
911 Emergency Communications Contract                            1,201,457                0            0             0           0       0.0%
    Total - Other Budget Costs                                  14,293,815       13,861,428   14,490,074    14,744,073     882,645       6.4%


                        Transfers & Reserves

Reserve - CSM Scholarship Program                                          0              0            0        50,000       50,000      0.0%
Capital Projects - General Fund Transfer                                   0        500,000      500,000     3,151,010    2,651,010    530.2%
Reserve -Emergency Appropriations                                          0        840,647      500,000       500,000     (340,647)   -40.5%
Reserve - Rainy Day                                                        0        250,000      125,000       125,000     (125,000)   -50.0%
Reserve - Bond Rating                                                      0        370,000      370,000       370,000            0      0.0%
   Total Transfers & Reserves                                              0      1,960,647    1,495,000     4,196,010    2,235,363    114.0%

       TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET                             $127,339,214      $138,528,366 150,347,474    151,279,974   12,751,608      9.2%
OPERATING BUDGETS

COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
                                        County Commissioners/County Administrator


                   Department/                                     FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006             FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                      Actual              Approved             Requested            Approved
                                                               Expenditures                Budget                Budget              Budget
  Legislative/Co. Commissioners                                     290,903                323,504              336,467              339,311
  County Administrator                                               305,371               317,176               330,712              329,087
  Public Information                                                 247,482               284,309               308,332              335,200
  Bay Area Restoration Fund                                                  0                    0                     0              34,280

      Total County Commissioners/County                              843,756               924,989               975,511            1,037,878
                 Administrator

                                                           Program Description

The Board of County Commissioners establishes all county policies, enacts ordinances which have the force and effect of law, reviews and
approves annual budgets and work plans for all departments and agencies receiving County funds, conducts public hearings and makes
decisions on land use matters involving zoning, water and sewer categories and appeals from the Planning Commission. The County
Commissioners appoint all department heads and members of boards, committees and commissions, purchase and maintain County property,
approve road construction and maintenance, and serve as the County’s chief elected officials in dealing with other counties, and the state and
federal governments. The County Commissioners’ office serves as a contact point for citizens in a variety of areas ranging from general
information to specific assistance with government procedures and programs.

An appointed County Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day administration of County government, supervision of all government
department heads, and coordination of staff activities under the County Commissioners’ jurisdiction. The County Administrator assigns and
reports on general business actions and functions of County government and provides periodic performance reports on projects or problems.
The County Administrator oversees the Public Information office and provides staff support for meetings with the Board of County
Commissioners, maintaining the minute books of these meetings. The County Administrator is responsible for the follow-up actions that result
from developments at meetings as directed by the Board of County Commissioners. This office maintains the official record of resolutions and
ordinances, provides office support for the individual County Commissioners, and maintains correspondence and administrative files for the
Board of County Commissioners. The County Administrator serves as the official Board of County Commissioner representative at court
actions, hearings, and inquires at the local, regional and state level. He also maintains the “Seal of the County” and the County
Commissioners’ official file, their reference library, prepares their agenda and schedules for the future events. The County Administrator
coordinates with the Board of County Commissioners, the County Attorney, and the staff offices to develop proposed legislation annually for
submission to the legislators.

The Public information budget includes funds to operate and maintain broadcasting on Channel 12. They coordinate through the Board of
County Commissioner’s special events such as Fire and Rescue Appreciation Day, Veteran’s Day Parade and Celebration, and Law
Enforcement Appreciation Day. Public Information prepares for the Commissioners, proclamations, commendations, and special awards to
recognize special accomplishments of individuals, organizations, and employees. The office manages the overall system of County Boards,
Committees and Commission appointments. They also play a central role in the dissemination of information in emergency situations as well
as issuing media releases and other information to the press and the public, as well as, overseeing the content and organization of information
for the county website on behalf of the Commissioners.

Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. proposed and the Maryland General Assembly has found that the Chesapeake Bay has experienced a decline
in water quality due to over enrichment of nutrients. On May 26, 2004, Governor Ehrlich signed into law Senate Bill 320 that established the
Bay Restoration Fund (“BRF”). Senate Bill 320, codified at 2004 Laws of Maryland Chapter 428, requires owners of wastewater treatment
plants to collect a $2.50 monthly fee from their users, effective January 1, 2005. The legislation also requires that users of on-site sewage
disposal systems or holding tanks pay a fee of Thirty Dollars ($30.00) per user per year. Users of public sewer began being billed by
MetComm on January 1, 2005. If you have a line on your tax bill labeled “BRF,” you are being billed this latter amount ($30.00 per year)
because State and County records indicate that your property has at least one user of an on-site sewage disposal system or holding tank and
your property is subject to the fee. Your payment of the BRF fee is to be paid to the State by the County and used by the State to upgrade
onsite systems and implement cover crops to reduce nitrogen loading to the Bay; and will be pursued as unpaid after October 1, 2005. The
County Commissioners adopted an Ordinance providing an exemption for land owners for whom this fee would impose a substantial financial
hardship.


 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                           Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                       County Commissioners/County Administrator

                                                            Budget Highlights

The approved budget of the County Commissioners/County Administrator of $1,037,878 is $112,889 more than FY 2005. The FY2006 budget
includes $30,000 for the County annual report as well as $34,280 for contracted services to implement the collection of fees under the State
imposed Bay Restoration Fund.




                                                   Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                                         Actual            Estimated            Projected
Performance/Workload Indicator                                                          FY2004               FY 2005             FY 2006
Resolutions passed by BOCC                                                                   55                   55                   80
Ordinances passed by BOCC                                                                    20                    35                   20
Bills to Legislators                                                                         11                    11                   11
Minutes prepared for meetings                                                                66                    66                   52

Blue Sheet Events attended by BOCC                                                          301                   325                 375

Sheriff’s Retirement Board meetings                                                          18                    12                   10

SMC Public Schools joint meetings                                                            10                    10                    9

Tri County Council meetings                                                                   6                      6                   6

County Administrator Executive Management Team (began 04)                                    19                    46                   46

Proclamations and Commendations issued                                                      471                   625                 675

Weekly Board Meetings, special meetings and public forums                                    78                    80                   64

Public Information releases and newsletters                                                 250                   260                 260

Video-tape productions                                                                      250                   260                 270




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                         Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                            Department of Aging


                      Department/                                       FY 2004             FY 2005               FY 2006                 FY 2006
                     Spending Unit                                       Actual            Approved             Requested                Approved
                                                                    Expenditures             Budget                Budget                  Budget


 Department of Aging
                                                                          853,103             926,419             1,201,698               1,191,396

 Oakley Senior Center                                                            0                    0                    0                 54,823

 Medical Adult Day Care (County Match Only)                                31,500             111,500               111,700                 620,707
 Grants                                                                   809,849             703,909               703,754                 706,218

              Total Department of Aging                                 1,694,452           1,741,828             2,017,152               2,573,144


                                                                 Program Description

 The Department of Aging’s basic purpose and mission is to provide an array of programs and services to the senior community that (1) foster
 continued physical and mental good health and promote “healthy” aging within the senior community, (2) provide appropriate supportive and
 health services that enable seniors to live independently in their homes and communities, (3) offer social, educational, and recreational activities
 that give members of the senior community ample opportunity to remain engaged with their peers, and (4) promote the concept of developmental
 aging under which one’s senior years are viewed as a further opportunity for additional personal growth and development rather than a period of
 decline. About one half of the Department of Aging general fund budget is financed from Federal and State grants as well as income from
 program fees and services. Federal grants support the operation of Dept. of Aging senior centers and nutrition sites as well as several home and
 community based services. State grants supplement those from the Federal Government and provide administrative support. Program income is
 derived from the Medical Adult Day Services Program, Senior Center Plus, and reimbursement from Medicaid for the direct provision of covered
 services by the Dept. of Aging. County funds primarily cover personal service costs, administrative expenses, and the direct provision of some
 services.


                                                                  Budget Highlights

 The FY2006 budget allocation is $831,316 more than FY2005, an increase of 47.7%. This includes $589,007 allocated to replenish the
 accumulated deficit of the Medical Adult Daycare program. The funding level also includes 4 FTE positions as well as the necessary funds to
 operate the new Northern Senior Center as well as continue to operate the Oakley Senior Center.


                                                      Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                            Actual              Estimated                 Projected
                    Performance/Workload Indicator                                         FY 2004                FY 2005                  FY 2006

I. Continue to serve the senior citizens through the               operation
of senior centers and nutrition sites.
      A. Serve mid-day congregate meals to support healthy
nutrition among seniors.
              # of meals served                                                                9094                   8900                   10,000
              # of seniors served                                                               474                    550                      650
      B. Utilize Social/Recreational/Educational activities to
broaden level of participation in Senior Programs
              # of all seniors served                                                         1,500                   2,000                    2,500
              # of units of service for persons participating
              in activities and programs                                                     16,000                 23,400                   25,000




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                                    Actual    Estimated          Projected
                      Performance/Workload Indicator               FY 2004      FY 2005           FY 2006
     C. Promote Healthy Aging through physical fitness
programs
             # of seniors participating                                400          500               550
             # of units of service                                   8,817       13,000            15,000
2. Provide Home and Community Based Services to meet the
requirements of health impaired seniors
     A. Medicaid Waiver
         # of persons served                                           20            16                  20
    B. Senior Care
        # of seniors aged 65 and over served                          107           104                 110
    C. National Family Caregivers Support Program
       # of persons served                                             67            73                  75
    D. County Funds for In-Home Services
        # of persons served                                            49            61                  65
    E. Medical Adult Day Services Program
         # of persons served                                           83            82                  85
    F. Meals On Wheels
       # of meals served                                            54,820       54,896            55,350
       # of seniors served                                             379          370               375
    G. Continue to support the Congregate Housing
Program at St. Mary’s Home for the Elderly
        # of clients to be served                                       24           24                24
        # of meals served                                           12,083       12,250            12,250
3. Continue to use Department of Aging’s Senior I&A
Program to provide information and referral to         needed
services
   # of contacts                                                     3,148        3,249                4,100
4. Continue to support community and organizations       through
the RSVP Program
   # of volunteers                                                     231          232               300
   # of hours of service                                            22,979       23,471            30,000




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                 Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                            County Attorney

                      Department/                                    FY 2004              FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                     Spending Unit                                    Actual             Approved            Requested              Approved
                                                                 Expenditures              Budget               Budget                Budget


                  Total County Attorney                                376,521             453,555               512,902              491,253


                                                            Program Description

The County Attorney is responsible for providing legal services to the Board of County Commissioners, the County Administrator and various
County departments, offices, agencies, boards and commissions. Activities include: researching legal issues and providing legal opinions;
monitoring independent counsel; drafting major resolutions and ordinances; enforcement of the local ordinances and regulations; collection of
various amounts due and owing to the County; acquiring title to real property purchased by the County at tax sales; and defending the County in
court.




                                                             Budget Highlights

The budget for the County Attorney is approved at $491,253 or the increase of $37,698. An Office Specialist is budgeted to start January 2006,
offset by decreases in the Conference/Convention and Contract Legal Services accounts to reflect spending history.



                                                Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                               Actual                      Estimated                Projected
                    Performance/Workload Indicator                           FY 2004                         FY 2005                 FY 2006
Requests pending from prior years                                                            10                    10                       10

New requests received                                                                     1,053                 1,450                    1,950

Requests concluded                                                                        1,037                 1,440                    1,940

Funds collected                                                                          39,281               170,000                 180,000

Litigation Cases - Won/Lost/Settled or Dismissed                                        20/0/15               25/0/15                  30/0/20

Average response time on research projects (# days)                                      7 Days                5 Days                   5 Days

Public Information Act (PIA) Requests                                                         9                    15                       15




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                   Department of Economic and Community Development


                     Department/                                       FY 2004              FY 2005               FY 2006                 FY 2006
                    Spending Unit                                       Actual             Approved             Requested                Approved
                                                                   Expenditures              Budget                Budget                  Budget
Administration/Office of the Director                                    207,736             264,990                230,792                 225,876

Tourism Development                                                      215,497             258,666                359,144                 358,539

Agriculture & Seafood Development                                        118,145             124,596                134,282                 132,527

Business Development                                                     254,636             273,706                347,825                 299,329

Housing Authority                                                        812,400           1,170,538              1,137,837               1,123,366

Grants                                                                     42,305          1,206,000                515,504                 515,504

   Total Economic & Community Development                               1,650,719          3,298,496              2,725,384               2,655,141

                                                              Program Description

The Department of Economic and Community Development carries out the policies of the Board of County Commissioners relative to
administering agriculture, economic and community development, tourism and housing activities. The department’s development programs are
influenced by the need to serve the county residents in creating a strong, diverse and resilient economy with good jobs and a rising quality of life.

The department developed a multi-year economic development strategy for the county based on current economic trends and a situation
analysis based on economic data and research. The department will continue to: support the defense technology sector; support new and
expanding businesses; support Lexington Park revitalization; expand tourism development; diversify the agriculture sector; administer the various
Agriculture Land Preservation programs, and provide housing opportunities, community development and neighborhood improvements.



                                                                Budget Highlights

The approved budget reflects a decrease of $643,355. FY 2005 included approximately $1 million related to activities associated with Lexington
Manor, including relocation costs, benefits, and 7.5 positions to manage the programs. FY2006 reflects a significantly reduced level of operation
based on the progress of the relocation efforts to date. The 7.5 positions added in the FY2005 budget have been vacant and are eliminated.
Three Housing Specialists positions were eliminated due to using contracted services. One position is added in Housing for Building
Maintenance related to other properties, the cost of which is reimbursed by the Housing Authority.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                     Department of Economic and Community Development

                                                      Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                                         Actual               Estimated                 Projected
                        Performance/Workload Indicator                                  FY 2004                 FY 2005                  FY 2006

Provide oversight for redevelopment of the Lexington Manor Property              $8M in outside
and pursue funding for the redevelopment process                                        funding

Identify and market targeted industries valued for their contribution to
qualify of life, employment, and tax base                                           240 Packets              250 Packets              270 Packets

Garner support from other county, regional, state and federal
organizations to leverage county resources in the quest for sustainable
economic development                                                           13 Organizations         13 Organizations           13 Organizations

Reactively and proactively respond to requests for information on our
local economy, demographics, markets, business, rules and regulations.          2,000 Requests           2,000 Requests           2,000 Requests

Generate the above mentioned leads and requests for information by
creating and placing ads/features in targeted publications. Use public
relations techniques to gain free publicity for county business. Ensure
St. Mary’s County is accurately portrayed on the county and state                       1 Million                1 Million                1 Million
websites and in publications                                                   readers/browsers         readers/browsers         readers/browsers

Plan and produce events, in support of business development and
participate at selected trade shows, conferences, and forums                  2,500 Participants       2,500 Participants       2,500 Participants
Partner with key organizations/agencies to inform and assist small
business owners.                                                                800 Businesses           800 Businesses             800 Businesses

Permanently preserve 1,000 acres each year, using the Maryland
Agriculture Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF)                           Farms in 101 districts   Farms in 104 districts   Farms in 110 districts

St. Mary’s County Agricultural Land Preservation 5- year Tax Credit            148 properties in
Agreement                                                                                district            160 districts   175 farms in districts
                                                                                  2 newsletters             4 newsletters           4 newsletters
Produce Quarterly Newsletter with over 730 recipients                                 produced                  produced                produced

Increase Vendor and Customer Participation at the two Farmer’s                  30% increase in          35% increase in          20% increase in
Markets                                                                           customer use             customer use             customer use

Information requests fulfilled through mail and phone                                    18,201                   18,500                   18,500

Inquiry origins: Primary market (MD, VA, DC, PA DE, WV, NY, NJ)                             62%                      64%                      64%

Total site visitation                                                                   873,040                  881,770                  890,587

Tourism Grants Received                                                                 $42,803                  $39,153                  $41,000

Literature Distributed (pieces)                                                          61,826                   62,500                   63,750
Cooperative Marketing Dollars (Private sector)                                          $47,720                  $48,000                  $50,000
Taxes- State Sales Tax                                                                 $483,360                 $516,000                 $520,000
Admission/Amusement                                                                    $115,030                 $116,200                 $117,362




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                           Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                         Department of Finance

                  Department/                                      FY 2004                  FY 2005                FY 2006                 FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                      Actual                 Approved              Requested                Approved
                                                               Expenditures                  Budget                 Budget                  Budget

Budget & Administrative                                              383,527                  464,408               490,510                  493,559
Accounting                                                           401,756                  420,204               437,361                  416,556
Auditing                                                              47,040                   50,000                 45,360                  45,360
Procurement                                                          217,396                  237,020               247,617                  246,344
Copy Center                                                           30,556                   38,440                 26,440                  26,440

           Total Department of Finance                             1,080,275                1,210,072             1,247,288                1,228,259


                                                             Program Description

The Department of Finance includes the Budget/Administrative, Accounting, Procurement, and the Copy Center. Department staff provides
financial, budget, accounting, procurement and other related support to all departments and units of county government as well as a number of
affiliated programs and entities. The Budget/Administrative Division is responsible for overall department management and serving as fiscal policy
advisor to the Board of County Commissioners and the County Administrator. This responsibility includes budget formulation and management,
administration of bond sales and other special fiscal services, including grants coordination and monitoring. The Accounting Division responsibilities
include maintenance of general accounting and payroll/leave systems, revenue and disbursement systems, cash and debt management, financial
audit activities, investment of County funds, energy tax administration, mosquito control program invoicing and collection, external financial
reporting and special taxing districts administration. The Procurement Division is responsible for all procurement-related activities, including
preparation, evaluation and negotiation of bids and contracts as well as numerous small procurements throughout the year. The Copy Center is not
staffed, but serves as a reproduction facility for the Governmental Center and as back-up for all departments of the county.



                                                                Budget Highlights

The Department of Finance approved budget is $1,228,259. The increase of $18,187, or 1.5%, reflects the net impact of the salary changes due to
turnover and retirements, including benefits premium increase, offset by reduced costs of operating the copy center.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                    Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                     Department of Finance

                                                  Performance/Workload Indicators

                         Performance/Workload Indicators                                Actual         Estimated       Projected
                                                                                       FY 2004           FY 2005        FY 2006
Budgets prepared and monitored:
   General Fund Operating Budget                                                    $127million       $138 million   $151 million
   Capital Budget                                                                   $34 million        $29 million    $37 million

Bond Sale Preparation-General Obligation Issue                                                1                 1               0
Grants Administered                                                                          70                95             101
Budget Amendments Processed                                                                 509               609             800
Financial System (HTE) Training/Assistance - Hours                                          960               960             960
Invoices processed                                                                      30,228             31,000         33,000
Checks processed- Vendors                                                               16,115             17,000         15,000
Checks processed-Payroll                                                                11,319             12,000         11,000
Journal Entries Processed                                                                   490               500             500

Personnel Action Forms                                                                    2,672             3,000            3,100
Energy tax refunds processed                                                                825               900            1,300
I.R.S. Forms (W-2, 1099R, 1099MISC, etc.)                                                 2,000             2,000            2,000
Debt Service Obligation-Bonds and State loans monitored                                      22                23              24
# of Procurements processed(Purchase Orders, Contracts, etc.)                             2,158             2,200            3,000
Delivery Orders, Modifications, and Change Orders/ dollar value                     $7.5 million        $8 million    $8.5 million
# of Bids Processed                                                                         140               140             140
# of copies                                                                            777,825           800,000         550,000




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                        Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                          Marcey Halfway House


                   Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005                 FY 2006                FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved               Requested               Approved
                                                           Expenditures                 Budget                  Budget                 Budget

          Total Marcey Halfway House                             369,573                 386,883                412,632                412,632

                                                                Program Description
   The Marcey Halfway House is a 15-bed residential treatment program for the rehabilitation of substance abusers, providing a temporary
   home structure and assisting in maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle. Marcey House offers a variety of services to the resident through a
   comprehensive range of community resources and in-house services. Funding sources include grant(s) from the State Alcohol and Drug
   Abuse Administration, client fees, fund raising, and contributions. County funding primarily supports personal services cost beyond any grant
   matching requirements.



                                                          Budget Highlights
   The budget approved for the Marcey Halfway House is $ 412,632 or $25,749 more than the prior year. $110,526 is funded by the county
   which has increased by 18.4% over last year’s amount.



                                                      Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                                         Actual             Estimated               Projected
                     Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                        FY 2004               FY 2005                FY 2006

   Intake/referrals from individuals seeking care for substance abuse
   treatment                                                                                 584                   500                    500

   Average Utilization Occupancy Rate.                                                         14                    15                     15

   Average length of care/stay for program completion                                 5.5 months            8.0 months             6.5 months

   Rate of employment, training or volunteering at program completion                        83%                   90%                    93%

   Urinalysis test results                                                                 100%                  100%                   100%




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                            Department of Information Technology

                   Department/                                    FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                    Actual                Approved             Requested             Approved
                                                              Expenditures                 Budget                Budget               Budget


          Total Information Technology                             1,406,594             1,853,719              1,963,152            1,937,872


                                                         Program Description
The Information Technology Department has the overall responsibility for managing the County's computer hardware and software
resources. Services of the Information Technology Department include: technical support, systems support, equipment maintenance,
technology training, technical planning, telephone support, telecommunications, infrastructure access control and security.

                                                             Budget Highlights
The IT Department’s FY2006 Budget submission is focused on maintaining existing infrastructure and leveraging existing resources.
Software maintenance and licensing costs included will keep applications already installed in County Government up-to-date. Hardware
purchases allow limited IT staff to maintain desktop operations by systematically replacing aged equipment at the end of their life cycle.
Emphasis on training for corporate applications (H.T.E.) and Microsoft Office applications will allow increased departmental exploitation of the
existing infrastructure. The FY2006 budget includes funds to continue the document management and imaging project started in FY2005.
                                                 Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                       Actual                Estimated               Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                                 FY 2004                  FY 2005                FY 2006

Desktop and mobile computer systems                                                        440                      485                     554
Networked printers                                                                          52                       65                      78
Servers                                                                                     17                       20                      24
Server user accounts                                                                       480                      500                     500
E-Mail accounts                                                                            300                      500                     500
H.T.E active modules                                                                        13                       18                      37
Locations connected                                                                        N/A                         8                     17
Help Desk Requests for Assistance                                                          N\A                   11,700                 14,606
Cell phones                                                                                118                      141                     145
Pagers                                                                                     173                      181                     155
Phone Lines                                                                              1,063                    1,025                     877




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                     Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                 Department of Human Resources

                   Department/                                      FY 2004                FY 2005                FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                      Actual               Approved              Requested              Approved
                                                                Expenditures                Budget                 Budget                Budget

Human Resources                                                       421,315                538,821               614,039                571,916

Risk Management                                                       639,082                773,255               903,040                856,593

Substance Abuse Testing                                                 22,034                        0                    0                     0

   Total Dept. of Human Resources                                   1,082,431              1,312,076             1,517,079              1,428,509


                                                            Program Description
The Department of Human Resources reports to the County Administrator and is responsible for all personnel administration activities of the
County workforce. This includes position classification; job advertising; applicant interviewing; testing; personnel actions; maintenance of
personnel records; update and maintenance of the Personnel Manual; administration of the State Retirement and Pension System and the
Sheriff’s Office Retirement Plan; employee health and life insurance programs; unemployment compensation; as well as the Employee
Assistance Program; Savings Bond Program; and a Length of Service Awards Program for fire and rescue companies. The department also
handles Risk Management, including the County’s general liability and property insurance costs, and is responsible for claims and risk
management through activities and programs designed to reduce our risk and improve our loss experience. The substance abuse screening
program provides breath alcohol testing and serves as a collection site for sample collection on behalf of private labs contracted to perform
employment related testing.


                                                               Budget Highlights
The budget of the Department of Human Resources is approved at $ 1,428,509 for FY 2006. This is $116,433 more than last year, an increase
of 8.9%. Approximately $81,000 of the increase is due to the significantly increased premium quotes for County property and liability insurance.
The budget includes $50,000 in contracted services, to retain an actuarial consultant to develop the actuarial estimates for the County’s liability
for and funding of post retirement health benefits and also a consultant to assist in the joint solicitation by the County and the Board of
Education of health insurance.

                                                   Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                                           Actual              Estimated                Projected
     Performance/Workload Indicator                                                       FY 2004                FY 2005                 FY 2006
Employment applications processed                                                           2,717                  2,600                    2,700
New Hires (including PT, Temp, Sub., etc.)                                                      115                    150                     145
Retirees/Separations/Other                                                                15/64/28               14/67/20                 15/65/25

Risk Management Claims Handled                                                                  243                    200                     215

Worker’s Compensation Claims Handled                                                            146                    120                     133




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                     Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                         Department of Land Use & Growth Management


                   Department/                                  FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006                  FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                  Actual                Approved             Requested                 Approved
                                                            Expenditures                 Budget                Budget                   Budget

Administration                                                    413,390                452,076               493,616                  571,842
Comprehensive Plan                                                430,473                503,735               575,203                  550,590
Development Services                                              375,788                508,817               542,309                  538,519
Planning Commission                                                21,851                  22,615                22,775                  23,092
Boards & Commissions                                                16,415                 19,340                19,340                  19,340
Historical Preservation                                                211                  2,120                 3,060                    3,060
Permit Services                                                   198,631                 252,360              238,049                  242,682
Inspections & Compliance                                          421,325                 459,194              471,432                  463,535
Board of Electrical Examiners                                        5,903                  8,695                 8,945                    8,945
Grants                                                              79,292                 16,366                81,100                  71,100

Total Dept. of Land Use & Growth Mgmt.
                                                                1,963,279               2,245,318            2,455,829                2,492,705

                                                          Program Description
The Department of Land Use and Growth Management address functions including: planning, zoning and land use; updates of the
Comprehensive Land Use Plan and area plans, such as the Lexington Park Master Plan and the Wicomico Scenic River Management Plan;
issuing building and other permits (including use and occupancy certificates; administering and verifying compliance with zoning, building,
electric, plumbing, natural gas, HVAC, Floodplain, Minimum Livability and Maryland Accessibility codes; coordinating the daily inspections of all
building, electrical, plumbing, natural gas and HVAC work with the County’s contract inspection agency; and conditional use, non-conforming
use and mining operations, grading, road entrance, storm water management, and all other related development inspections. The consolidated
department is intended to provide optimal customer service, complete but concise and consistent answers to inquiries, processing questions,
etc., in the role as a “Development Assistance Center”. This program has a health and safety focus while streamlining procedures to meet
everyday needs of homeowners or small business owners who want to improve their property or business.
This department provides staff support to a variety of boards and commissions including: Planning Commission, the Board of (Zoning) Appeals,
and the Historic Preservation Commission and supplemental support to numerous other boards and the Technical Evaluation Committee.



                                                              Budget Highlights
The budget for the Land Use and Growth Management Department is $2,492,705, an 11% increase over the prior year. The FY2006 budget
restores the position of Deputy Director (under contract) which had been eliminated in FY2005. FY2006 Approved Budget includes three new
grants for this Department. The MD SHA Scenic Byways Grant is a joint effort with Charles County with future activity anticipated.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                          Department of Land Use & Growth Management

                                                       Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                    Actual   Estimated         Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                             FY 2004     FY 2005           FY 2006

Administration
Planning Commission meetings/Special                                                  22/1        23/3              23/2
Board of Appeals meetings/work session/special                                      11/0/0      12/1/2            12/1/1
Court Transcripts                                                                       0           1                    1
Elms Committee Meetings                                                                 4           4                    4
Historic Preservation & other Board meetings                                           14          14                  14

Joint Public Hearing -Comprehensive Plan and Lexington Park Plan                        2           2                    2
Development Review Forum meeting                                                       13          12                   12

Planning Section
Zoning/PUD cases                                                                       22          24                  25
Subdivision Reviews                                                                   166         172                  173
Plat Reviews(non-Dividing)                                                            377         413                  433
Site Plan Review                                                                      172         188                  198
Forest Conservation Review                                                             57          62                   65
Agricultural Land Preservation District                                                 3           3                    4
Comprehensive Water & Sewer Plan                                                       36          40                   42

Permit Services
Applications Processed                                                               2,032       2,089             2,089
Residential & Non-Residential Improvements                                           1,322       1,384             1,384

Construction Inspections
Construction Plans Reviewed                                                           170         144                  165
Ratio of “unsafe” structures made “safe”/total cases                                247/25       15/22             25/25
Minimum Livability Cases                                                                66          74                74
Mobile Home Park Licenses Issued                                                    $8,850      $8,850            $8,850
Certificates of Use and Occupancy Issued                                             $998       $1,098            $1,594
Inspection Inquiries Received/Resolved                                             230/206     440/374           506/420
Contract Inspection Statistics                                                      16,500      24,168            25,793


Zoning Inspections
Over Lot Grading, Residential Stormwater Inspections                                 2,173       2,300             2,300




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                 Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                             Department of Public Works & Transportation


             DEPARTMENT/                                 FY 2004                FY 2005                  FY 2006               FY 2006
             SPENDING UNIT                                Actual               Approved                Requested              Approved
                                                     Expenditures                Budget                   Budget                Budget
 Administration                                            321,993                358,299                 357,165                355,035
 Engineering Services                                      240,986                283,097                 300,288                300,240
 Development & Plan Review                                 180,032                194,116                 306,083                294,643
 Construction & Inspections                                291,031                368,738                 408,884                410,321
 County Highways                                         2,627,861              2,780,570               3,028,348              3,032,923
 Solid Waste                                             1,952,188              2,222,691               2,465,268              2,519,739
 Recycling                                                 368,069                362,822                 430,407                429,742
 Mailroom                                                  103,173                106,448                 114,338                113,527
 Vehicle Maintenance Shop                                  938,754              1,068,889               1,491,208              1,141,861
 Non- Public School Bus Transportation                   1,606,577              1,639,393               1,839,074              1,815,287
 Airport Operations                                         13,733                 18,418                  18,679                 15,679

 St. Mary’s Transit System/Sludge Grant                  1,570,985              1,727,232               2,206,632              2,148,668

 Capital Projects                                          162,283                164,764                 184,444                183,085

 Building Services                                       2,772,499              2,658,401               2,948,304              2,895,610

 Carter State Office Building                                    0                460,720                 486,240                486,240

               Total DPW & T                            13,150,164            14,414,598               16,585,362             16,142,600

                                                                Program Description
The Department of Public Works & Transportation is organized into 14 divisions. The County Highways Division is responsible for the
maintenance of County highways and bridges. The Solid Waste Division is responsible for solid waste management, convenience
center/landfill operations and recycling. The Construction and Inspections Division inspects County capital projects and new subdivision
roads, while the Engineering Services Division is responsible for planning, design, and project management of public facilities, and the
permitting and review of development plans. The Administration Division provides staff support for the other divisions, as well as
maintaining the Department’s various information management systems. The Transportation Division manages the Non-public School Bus
Transportation System, the mail/messenger postal service, the St. Mary’s Transit System, vehicle maintenance and fleet management for
the County, and manages the St. Mary’s County Airport facility.
The Office of Capital Projects is responsible for planning, programming and budgeting for capital projects, as well as design and
construction of County facilities. Responsibilities also include space planning, master planning and contract management. The office
provides these services to all County departments and spending units. The Building Services Division is responsible for maintaining the
operation and operating condition of County facilities as well as the Carter Office Building. This division also oversees maintenance on
these facilities as well as minor renovation projects.

                                                            Budget Highlights
The Department of Public Works budget is approved to increase by $1,728,002 to $16,142,600. The budget includes $1,490,000 for tipping
fees, an increase of $138,000 that is needed due to increased rates charged by Calvert County as well as for increased volume. The budget
allocation full funds for three household hazardous waste days. This budget eliminated the Airport Manager position and added both a
Mechanic and Trainer for the STS Grant.




          St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                      Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                 Department of Public Works & Transportation

The County Commissioners included $100,000 for contracted services in order to review plans for Developers. Revenue was also
budgeted for the collection of fees from the Developers. The budget for non-public school student transportation increased by $175,894 to
$1,815,287, this 10.7% increase is attributable to significant increases to the contract rates to match those paid by the Board of Education.
The costs to operate the STS system are budgeted to increase by $421,436, or 24.4% to $ 2,148,668. This reflects significant increased
operating costs (i.e fuel) and expenses of the routes.
                                                           Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                                      Actual           Estimated       Projected
        Performance/Workload Indicator                                                               FY 2004             FY 2005        FY 2006
Administration
# of Workman Compensation Claims                                                                            19                  15              15
# of Traffic Resolutions passed
# of Departmental Permits Processed
# of Procurement Requests Processed                                                                       850                 865            880
Public Information Website Hits                                                                       103,000             106,000        109,000
# of Invoices Processed                                                                                 7,000               7,350          7,500
Development Review / Engineering
# of Subdivision plans reviewed/ # of days                                                             151/18              200/20         225/21
# of Technical Evaluation Committee plans reviewed                                                     269/28              250/28         250/28
   Average duration of review (# of days)
# of site and mining plans reviewed                                                                    251/13              250/14         250/14
   Average duration of review (# of days)
# of record plat submissions reviewed                                                                   356/6               350/8          400/8
   Average duration of review (# of days)
# of grading permits approved                                                                        45/$2.8M            30/$2.5M       35/$2.5M
   Amount of bond estimate surety ($)
# of PW agreements approved                                                                          17/$5.2M            12/$4.1M        15/$5M
   Amount of bond estimate surety ($)
# of Capital projects under design/construction                                                           22                   22          22
# performed in-house / # performed by consultant                                                        6/16                 7/15        7/15
Consultant support (# of A/E's utilized)                                                                   9                    6           6
# of topographic orders processed/Revenue generated to recoup costs                              125/$12,060          110/$14,500 110/$14,500
 Construction & Inspection
 # of Inspections (capital projects, subdivision & grading permits)                                   3,085                3,906          4,300
 # Material Tests (subdivision/ capital projects)                                                       129                  214            245
 Active Construction Bonding - construction permits                                             $11,140,312          $12,018,462     $13,000,00
                                                                                                                                              0
 Active Construction Bonding - grading permits                                                   $6,477,411           $6,488,771     $6,500,000
 Capital Project Value under Contract                                                                 $1.6M               $1.5M           $1.5M
 Asphalt Overlay Program (miles)                                                                           0               6.63            5.88
 Surface Treatment Program (miles)                                                                        46              53.73               0
 Slurry/Modified Seal Program (miles)                                                                  22.86              13.98           26.62
                                                                                                                                           500 /
 Guardrail Placement (ft.) / Total Guardrail (ft.)                                            775 / 80,075.5       500 / 80,165.5      80,665.5
 Line Striping Performed                                                                        2,129,328 lf         2,200,000 lf     2,424,000
                                                                                                                                              lf
 County Highways
 Highway Maintenance Mileage (centerline miles)                                                       597.06                 612            624
 # of County Roads                                                                                     1,375               1,391          1,421
 # of Maintenance Requests Received                                                                    1,011               1,010          1,025
                                                                                                                                     10”/$210,0
 Inches of Snow or Rain / Contractor, Overtime, Material Costs ($)                                6”/$72,610        10”/$200,000             00
 Mowable (acres)                                                                                       1,164               1,187          1,210
 # of Utility Permits Issued                                                                              66                  62             65
 Metal Pipes Replaced (feet)                                                                           2,000               2,200          2,400

           St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                           Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                             Department of Public Works & Transportation

                                                                                      Actual         Estimated     Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                               FY 2004            FY 2005       FY 2006
# Signs Installed / Total # of Signs                                                     604                676           740
Berm Removal (miles)                                                                      46                 50            50
Removal of Deformed Section Repair (miles)                                              0.80               2.14          2.00
Base Failure Repair (miles)                                                               2.9                3.0           3.0
Shoulder Improvements (feet)                                                           1,056              2,640         2,700
# of Adopt-a-Road Participants (voluntary)                                                36                 38            40
Concrete Pipes Replaced (feet)                                                           416                592           650
Highway User Fees (Gas Tax Revenues)                                              $3,065,170         $4,340,000    $6,419,895
Solid Waste / Recycling
Est. Total County MRA Waste Generated (tons)                                          59,707             63,118        66,724
# of Transfer Trailer / Roll-off Loads per Week                                           51                 57            63
Total MSW/Rubble from Landfill (tons) Exported                                         6,066              6,953         8,620
Total MSW from Convenience Stations (tons) Exported                                   18,434             18,540        20,000
# Residential Solid Waste Permits Issued per Month                                       305                325           345
# Customers Served at St. Andrews Landfill                                            44,424             47,000        50,000
# Customers Served at Convenience Stations                                           761,582            799,120       838,516
Convenience Center / Landfill Recycling: Scrap Metal, Paper, Textiles, Cans,
                                                                                       8,348              9,417        10,500
Used Oil, Cardboard, Tires (tons)
County MRA Recycling Rate including Source Reduction                                    24%                25%           26%
Household Hazardous Waste Collected (gallons)                                          4,000              6,215         6,600
Business / Commercial Recycling Efforts (tons)                                         7,418              8,603         9,977
Mailroom
# of Pieces Processed                                                                252,412            275,000       300,000
% of Operating Budget Reimbursed                                                         100                100           100
County / State Agencies served by mail service                                            63                 65            67

Vehicle Maintenance
Size of Fleet (total #)                                                                   458               480           495
# Vehicles in Fleet / # Pieces of Equipment                                           364/94             385/95        400/95
Purchase Value of Fleet ($M)                                                         $10.1M             $11.0M        $12.0M
Replacement Value of Fleet ($M)                                                      $15.0M             $16.0M        $17.0M
# of Mechanics                                                                              6                 6             7
# Mechanics / # Vehicles Ratio (50:1 for no outsourcing)                                 76.3              80.0          70.7
Total # of Job Orders Performed                                                         7,131             7,280         7,495
     Type “A” Maintenance (sub-total)                                                   2,430             2,500         2,550
     Type “B” Maintenance (sub-total)                                                     507               520           525
     Type “C” Maintenance (sub-total)                                                     404               410           420
     Unscheduled Maintenance (sub-total)                                                3,778             3,850         4,000
Unscheduled/Scheduled (2.5:1 max.)                                                     1.13:1            1.12:1        1.14:1

Non - Public School Bus
# of Buses Under Contract                                                                 43                 43            43
# of Total Riders                                                                      1,996              2,100         2,150
Average # of Riders per Bus                                                             46.4               48.8          50.0
# of Non-Public Schools Served                                                            14                 14            14
Annual Route Mileage                                                                 694,000            740,000       760,000


         St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                            Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                              Department of Public Works & Transportation

                                                                                       Actual         Estimated     Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                                 FY 2004            FY 2005      FY 2006
 # of Riders - Fixed Route                                                            259,166            300,000      325,000
 # Riders - ADA Para-transit                                                             7,206              7,500       8,000
 # Riders - Client Transportation (Adult Day Care)                                     20,469             21,000       21,000
 # - Demand Response                                                                   11,793             12,000       12,500
Annual Route Mileage                                                                1,049,486          1,200,000    1,350,000
Total Fare Box / Recovery ($ Revenues) –Goal 20% Minimum                             $391,000           $466,000     $491,000
                                                                                          23%                24%         23%
Total Cost per Capita / County Share per Capita                                 $18.24 / $2.65     $20.19 / $3.11     $23.00 /
                                                                                                                        $3.50
% Grant Funded                                                                           54%                68%          80%

Airport
# of Base Tenants                                                                        125                 150         150
Lease Revenues ($)                                                                  $120,867             $83,500    $100,000
Private T-Hangar Capacity                                                                 42                  72          84
# of County Tie-Downs Rented                                                              60                  60          70
# of Aircraft Landings / Takeoffs                                                     55,600              56,000      57,000
Estimated # IFR days (ceiling below 1,000 ft and 3 mile visibility)                       82                  84          85

Building Services
Total Square Footage of                                                               748,123            774,523     786,523
# Buildings Maintained                                                                     98                 98         100
Maintenance Expenditure per S.F.                                                        $1.54              41.74       41.64
Public Utility Expenditure per S.F.                                                     $1.28              $1.34       $1.39
Janitorial Expenditure per S.F.                                                         $0.87              $0.94       $0.75
#Requests for Maintenance/Minor Remodeling                                             13,789             13,950      14,100
#Average Work Orders per Mechanic per Year (13)                                         1,060              1,075       1,085
# Average Work Orders per Day                                                            4.07               4.13        4.17
% Budget that is Contracted Out                                                          34%                35%         37%
#Mechanics per S.F. (max. 20/m.s.f.)                                                     17.4               16.8        16.5

Purchasing – Fuel Service
# of Fueling Locations                                                                      2                  2           2
# of Gallons of Gasoline / Diesel Pumped                                              534,580            500,000     500,000
# of Fuel Customers                                                                        34                 29          29
Average Cost of Fuel per Gallon ($)                                                     $1.02              $1.50       $1.50




          St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                            Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                              Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services

                  Department/                                 FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                 Actual              Approved            Requested             Approved
                                                          Expenditures               Budget               Budget               Budget
Administration                                                   618,127             781,976              912,266              896,702
Parks Maintenance                                              1,305,321            1,417,077            1,626,175           1,608,153
Museum Division                                                  284,282             351,803              419,157              419,139
Teen Center                                                       20,000                   0                    0                    0
Community Services                                               287,550             311,386              341,207              300,595
Human Relations Commission                                         2,600                1,675                2,233                2,233
Commission for the Disabled                                        1,999                2,000                2,000                2,000
Commission for Women                                                 395                  900                  900                  900
Vista Program                                                     76,838               54,770               37,463               37,463
Grants                                                           315,548             457,457              373,285              379,285

Total Recreation, Parks, and Community                         2,912,660            3,379,044            3,714,686           3,646,470
Services

                                                      PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services is responsible for providing a comprehensive program of public
recreation in schools, parks, and other facilities. The Department also develops and maintains a park system, operates a golf course,
manages two museums and offers programs and services that address social issues and community problems. The Department is
organized into the following divisions: Administration, Parks, Museums, Recreation, Golf Course and Community Services.
The Administration Division provides general direction and guidance to the Recreation and Parks Department and serves as the staff
liaison to four advisory boards. The Parks Division provides the grounds, turf and facility maintenance at approximately 103 parks,
schools, public landings, and county/state buildings, and oversees approximately 2,328 acres of County property. The function of the
Museum Division is to administer and operate the St. Clements Island - Potomac River Museum, the Little Red Schoolhouse Children’s
Museum and the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park. The Recreation Division is responsible for planning, implementing,
supervising, and evaluating a broad range of recreational programs, services, and activities for county residents, utilizing both county
facilities and public schools. Responsibilities currently include the supervision and management of several recreation and parks
facilities including Chancellors Run Regional Park, the Park Pavilion and Teen Center in the Regional Park, the Gymnastics Center,
the Leonard Hall Recreation Center, the Carver Recreation Center, the Great Mills Pool, and the Skate park and Spray ground at
Nicolet Park. The Wicomico Golf Course and Recreation Complex is a 145-acre recreation area providing golfing, food service,
banquet facilities, tennis, boating, fishing and picnicking. Recreational programs are self-supporting through the Recreation and Parks
Activity Enterprise Fund. The golfing operation is also self-supporting through the Wicomico Shores Golf Enterprise Fund.
The Division of Community Services provides staff and administrative support to the following county government advisory boards: the
Human Relations Commission, the Council on Mental Health and Addiction Services, Commission for Women, St. Mary's County Child
Care Association and the Alliance for Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention. Administrative support includes attending scheduled meetings,
preparation and distribution of minutes and related correspondence, coordinating logistics for programs and special events,
maintaining required memberships and overseeing budgetary matters. The Division acts as a resource and referral service by
responding to numerous citizen and community inquiries and through the bi-annual publication of a Community Services Directory.
The Division of Community Services coordinates a comprehensive alcohol and drug abuse prevention program, the county’ s
AmeriCorps*VISTA Volunteer program, the Criminal Justice Coalition, the CSAFE initiative formally know as Hotspots, a county wide
Highway Safety public education and awareness program and is a major contributor to the Teen Court program.




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                              Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services


                                                          Budget Highlights

The general fund budget for Recreation, Parks and Community Services is $3,646,470 or $267,426 more than the prior year. This represents
a 7.9% increase and realigns positions within the Department. Funding is also provided to exempt finance three replacement vehicles.


                                               Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                             Actual                Estimated                  Projected
         Performance/Workload Indicator                                     FY 2004                  FY 2005                   FY 2006
Parks and Facility Maintenance
# of parks and school sites maintained                                           100                       101                       101
Acres of parks, school properties and state/county                             2,200                     2,252                     2,252
facilities maintained
# of baseball & softball fields maintained (parks & schools)                       67                       65                        65
# of soccer/football/lacrosse fields maintained                                    38                       47                        47
# of tennis courts maintained                                                      23                       23                        21
# of outdoor basketball courts maintained                                          12                       14                        14
# of playground areas                                                              17                       17                        17
# of skate parks                                                                    0                        1                         1
# of volleyball courts                                                              2                        2                         2
# of swimming pools maintained                                                      0                        1                         1
# of spray grounds                                                                  0                        0                         1
Recreation Buildings and structures maintained                                     35                       37                        38
Park Improvement/Construction Projects                                             85                      106                       107

Parks and Recreation Facility Usage
 # of park/facility users (estimated)                                       278,000                   285,000                   290,000
 # of sports teams using fields/# of league participants                     12,802                    12,340                    12,865
St. Clements Museum
  # Volunteers/#volunteer hours/$ value of volunteers             22/1,598/$14,766          25/1,650/$15,477          30/1,800/$17,136
  # participants special events/visitors                                    10,435                    12,000                    15,000
  # Boat trips to island                                                     1,007                     2,000                     2,200
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum
 # Volunteers/#volunteers hours/$ value of volunteers             40/1,323/$12,225          40/1,400/$13,132          45/1,550/$14,756
 # participants special events/visitors                                      4,014                     6,200                     6,900

Activities Fund (Recreation Division)
 Active Program Participants                                                 26,328                    28,600                    29,790
 Camps                                                                        3,100                     3,200                     3,300
 Child Care                                                                     316                       350                       390
 Gymnastics                                                                   2,764                     2,850                     2,900
 Leisure Classes                                                              2,041                     2,300                     2,500
 Special Events                                                               5,339                     6,500                     7,000
 Sports                                                                      11,507                    12,000                    12,200
 Teen                                                                         1,261                     1,400                     1,500
 # Volunteers / # Volunteers Hours                                     1,400/70,000              1,400/70,000              1,420/71,000
 $ Value Of Volunteer Assistance                                         $1,039,500                $1,039,500                $1,054,350


 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                              Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services


                                                                  Actual       Estimated              Projected
      Performance/Workload Indicator                             FY 2004         FY 2005               FY 2006
Wicomico Golf Course
 Total rounds of golf                                              39,147          44,938                47,000
 # Season pass users                                                  222             230                   230
 # Junior golf program participants                                    64              80                    80
 # Outings held                                                        46              48                    48
 Amount of revenue generated                                   $1,008,103      $1,158,350            $1,256,750
 Golf revenue reinvested in facility improvements                 $39,799         $95,000              $100,000
Community Services
# of years operating the VISTA programs.                               11                12                  13
The Teen Court Program is a juvenile deterrence
initiative designed to give first-time, non-violent juvenile
offenders the opportunity to take responsibility for their
indiscretions. In addition to acting as jurors, youth will
also have the chance to act as attorneys, court clerk,
and bailiffs. Adult volunteers serve as jury monitors,
judges and trainers for the youth volunteers.
     # of juvenile volunteers                                        120                130                 150
     # of adult volunteers                                            20                 20                  20
     # of juvenile offenders                                          25                 35                  45
Division of Community Services began a partnership
with the Kiwanis Club of St. Mary’s County to
implement K-Kids Clubs in a selected group of
elementary schools, to allow elementary students
opportunities to volunteer in the communities and to
hold leadership programs.
  # of participating youth                                             30                40                  50
  # of adult volunteers                                                60                80                 100
Collaborative Supervision and Focused Enforcement
(CSAFE) grant.                                                       N/A          1st year              2nd year
  # of service hours performed by volunteers                         770            1,078                 1,155
Under the umbrella of the Division of Community                   1st year        2nd year              3rd year
Services’ VISTA project, St. Mary’s College of
Maryland (SMCM) is awarded one (1) VISTA volunteer
coordinator position.
  # of active community volunteers                                   300                 350                360
  # of service hours performed by volunteers                       4,800               5,280              5,400
Under the umbrella of the Division of Community                   1st year        2nd year              3rd year
Services’ VISTA project, Southern Maryland Applied
Research and Technology Consortium, Inc.
(SMARTCO) is awarded one (1) VISTA volunteer
coordinator position.
  # of active community volunteers                                   183                 265                300
  # of service hours performed by volunteers                       4,822               5,220              5,600




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                           Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                             Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services

                                                               Actual         Estimated              Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                         FY 2004           FY 2005                FY 2006
Under the umbrella of the Division of Community                1st year          2nd year              3rd year
Services’ VISTA project, St. Mary’s Teen Court is
awarded one (1) VISTA volunteer coordinator position.
 # of active community volunteers                                 100                   140                150
 # of service hours performed by Teen Coordinator               2,000                 2,340              2,500

3D month (Drunk and Drugged Awareness) kickoff
event – a combined event with alcohol sales
establishments, elected officials, media, state, federal
and local officials, law enforcement, prevention,
treatment, public and private schools, transportation,
insurance agencies, companies, advocates and more
to put into action plans to reduce impaired drivers and
increase designated driver program.
  # of attendees                                                    50                  60                  80
Health fairs – traffic safety information and educational
material distribution, questions and answers.
 # of health fairs                                                   2                   5                      7
Traffic Safety Newsletter – distribution of newsletter
dedicated to traffic safety issues.
  # of copies                                                     N/A                 3,500              4,000
  # of editions                                                   N/A                     9                 12
Occupant Protection – public awareness and
enforcement campaign efforts to raise the use of seat
belts in St. Mary’s County; measured using
observational surveys.
  % of rate used                                                    90                 90.5               91.5
Child Passenger Safety – to raise awareness and
participation by parents/caregivers at checkpoint
events and to increase the number of businesses and
organizations supporting the events.
  # of participants                                               150                  250                 400
  # of supporters                                                   1                    3                   6
Highway Safety Conferences and Training – to
increase effectiveness of traffic safety programs and to
develop new and innovative programs, enforcement
efforts and activities based on new data/statistics, state
and federal requirements and other pertinent findings.
  # of conferences/trainings                                       2                    4                   4
  # of attendees                                                 1–3                  1–3                 1–3
  # of law enforcement training                                    0                    1                   1

Overtime Traffic Enforcement – funding for overtime
enforcement efforts and equipment.
  % of grant after administrative costs                             35                  35                  35




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                            Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services


                                                              Actual            Estimated            Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                        FY 2004              FY 2005             FY 2006
Highway Safety (Prayer) Awareness Breakfast – to
increase the efforts between law enforcement, officials,
media, advocates and local religious organizations as a
means to disseminate information and increase seat
belt use in St. Mary’s County.
  # of events                                                   N/A                     1                    1
  # of attendees                                                N/A                    30                   50
Tipsy Taxi – to provide funding for taxi service to
decrease the number of impaired drivers on St. Mary’s
County roadways.
  # of businesses participating                                 N/A           Less than 12         Less than 15
Young Driver/Parent Public Service video – to raise
awareness to both young drivers and parents of young
drivers of the long term affects of motor vehicle
crashes, injuries and fatalities in various types of
crashes.
  # of videos                                                   N/A                      2                    2
  # of locations                                                N/A                      2                    6
  length of video/public service announcement                   N/A    30-45 min/60-90 sec   30-45min/60-90 sec

SOSAR Independent Study Student Service Learning
Program.
  # of successfully completed participants                       57                    60                   80

Project Graduation – Alcohol and drug free graduation
party for high school seniors.
  % of attendance                                                76                    77                   78




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                         Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                                  Public Safety

                        Department/                                    FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                       Spending Unit                                    Actual              Approved            Requested             Approved
                                                                   Expenditures               Budget               Budget               Budget

  Emergency Communications                                              1,286,348            1,450,374           1,596,824             1,840,072
  Radio Communications                                                    496,376              694,571             699,345               729,316
  Emergency Management                                                    135,383              150,187             158,591               158,566
  Animal Control                                                          421,726              462,733             532,396               547,993
  Advanced Life Support                                                    95,484                     0                    0                    0
  Emergency Services Committee                                             16,207                     0                    0                    0
  Fire Departments                                                          4,257                     0                    0                    0
  Rescue Squads                                                             1,537                     0                    0                    0
  Hurricane Isabel                                                        551,293                     0                    0                    0
  Grants                                                                  311,022              542,831             528,685               361,536
                     Total Public Safety                                3,319,633            3,300,696           3,515,841             3,637,483

                                                            Program Description
  Emergency Communications is an integral part of the County's Emergency Response and Preparedness activities. Direct communications to all
  major response agencies is capable from one operation for enhancement of coordinated responses to any emergency situation. The 24/7
  operation provides continuous emergency and routine communications and dispatch to law enforcement, animal control, and fire and rescue
  services as well as other support agencies. Additional communications with other numerous local and state agencies operating within the county
  is available as necessary. 911 radio equipment for the County Volunteer Fire and Rescue services is purchased and maintained by the County
  through the Department of Public Safety.

  The Emergency Management Agency (EMA) encompasses various aspects. EMA is mandated by Federal and State law and operates under
  guidelines and policies established by the County, Maryland Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
  EMA is charged with mitigation, planning, preparedness, response, and recovery activities from the effects of all natural, man-made, technological,
  or nuclear disasters. The Animal Control Program operates under EMA and is responsible for executing the enforcing the provisions off the State
  and County Animal Regulations. Coordination of the Emergency Medical Services Program is also accomplished through EMA and covers Basic
  Life Support and Advanced Life Support activities



                                                                 Budget Highlights

  The Approved FY2006 Budget for Public Safety is $3,637,483, a $336,787 increase over the prior year. This budget includes 2 Communication
  Specialists and an EMA Manager to start August 2005, as well as $100,000 for reclassification of positions. It also includes $50,000 for a study
  and evaluation of the County’s 911 system including identification of charges/improvements to be implemented.

  The budget for animal control activities will total $547,993. The 18.4 % increase reflects $46,029 more to be paid to Charles County for the tri-
  county animal shelter, as well as replacement of a van.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                                 Public Safety
                                                         Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                                    Actual     Estimated             Projected
                  Performance/Workload Indicator                                  FY 2004        FY 2005                 FY 2006
  Emergency Communications
   Activation of the/ (EOC): Number of times activated                     3 Full/20 Partial         25                      27
  Severe Weather Watches/Warnings Received
   and Disseminated: Winter Storms                                                       11          12                      12
                       Hurricane/Tropical Storms                                          1            2                       3
                       Thunderstorms/Flooding                                            25          25                      27
                       Tornado Warnings                                                   4           5                       5
                       Earthquake                                                         1           0                       0
                       Heat Advisory                                                      1           1                       1

  Animal Control
  # of Animals Captured                                                              2,555         2,810                   3,091
  # of Calls for Service Responses                                                   5,739         6,300                   6,900

  # of Cruelty Cases Investigated                                                      247          260                     273
  # of Animal Bite Investigations                                                        25          37                      54
  # of Dog Licenses Sold                                                             1,800         1,980                   2,178

  Emergency Communications/911
  911 Emergency Dispatches                                                          18,433        20,276                  22,303
  911 Inquiries                                                                     44,507        48,957                  53,852
  Total CAD Calls                                                                   85,985        94,583                 104,041
  Total Fire/EMS Incidents                                                          11,951        13,146                  14,460
  Fire Dispatches                                                                    3,464         3,810                   4,191
  Medical Dispatches                                                                 9,648        10,612                  11,673
  MSP Dispatches                                                                     3,230         3,530                   3,908
  911 Simulcasts                                                                     6,482         7,130                   7,843
  Fire/Rescue Radio Transmissions                                                  529,388       578,655                 636,520
  Miscellaneous Activities (FMO, Forestry, Utilities, etc.)                         22,499        25,574                  28,131
  Training (Hours)                                                                   7,615         7,000                   7,700
  Sheriff's Office Dispatches                                                       55,843        61,427                  67,569
  Total Telephone Calls                                                            282,099       310,308                 341,338




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                    Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                         Public Safety


                                                                          Actual   Estimated             Projected
                Performance/Workload Indicator                           FY 2004     FY 2005                 FY 2006
  CAD TECH OPERATIONS
  New Upgrades (hours)                                                       60           60                     100
  Routine Maintenance Module (hours)                                        120          120                     120
  Training (hours)                                                          100          100                     120
  Systems Reports Management (hours)                                        120          120                     120
  Service Calls (hours)                                                      80           80                     100
  RADIO TECH OPERATIONS
  Service Calls: Mobile, Repairs (hours)                                   1,200        1,200                  1,200
     Portable, Repairs (hours)                                             1,000       1,000                   1,000
     Mobile, Remove (hours)                                                  300         300                    200
     Mobile, Install (hours)                                                 900         900                    700
     Radio Reprogramming (hours)                                             260         260                    250
     Training (hours)                                                        500         500                    520
     Miscellaneous Activities (hours)                                      1,250         750                   1,500
  System Checks:Daily Review of Alarm Status @ 5 sites
     Monthly Remote Site Inspections                                         420         420                    420
     Bi-Annual Air Conditioning Inspections                                   16          16                     16
     Annual Inspection of Towers with Contractors                              8           8                      8
  System Backups / System Programming (hours)                                 80          80                    100


  Advanced Life Support
  # of Advanced Life Support Dispatches                                    4,127       3,940                   3,960
  # of Advanced Life Support Responses                                     2,573       2,580                   2,590
  # Paramedic Early Intervention Program Responses                           999       1,010                   1,020
  Total ALS Responses                                                      3,572       3,590                   3,610
  Average responses per day                                                  9.8          9.8                    9.9
  Response every (#) of hours                                                2.5          2.4                    2.4
  No Medic Available (NMA) to Respond                                        167         170                    175


  Emergency Services Committee
  Emergency Services Training Meetings/Submittals                              6           6                      6
  Legislative & Budget Reviews & Suggestions                                   8           8                      8
  Emergency Services Master Planning Reviews/Updates                          16          16                     16

  Emergency Services Committee Monthly Meetings                                6           6                      6
  Scholarships Awarded                                                        21          28                     35




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                        Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
OPERATING BUDGETS

ELECTED OFFICIALS
                                                                    Circuit Court



                     Department/                                         FY 2004                 FY 2005                  FY 2006               FY 2006
                    Spending Unit                                         Actual                Approved                Requested              Approved
                                                                     Expenditures                 Budget                   Budget                Budget

Judicial                                                                    671,546                771,289                  830,349               815,186
Law Library                                                                  44,170                 46,100                   46,100                46,100
Grants                                                                      145,158                137,937                  209,347               207,045
                 Total Circuit Court                                        860,874                955,326                1,085,796             1,068,331

                                                              Program Description
The Circuit Court for St. Mary's County is a court of general jurisdiction established pursuant to Article IV of the Maryland Constitution. The objective
of the Court, as stated in the Plan of Action, is to provide for individual justice in the resolution of disputes, while assuring the prompt, efficient
scheduling and disposition of cases. The Court manages its caseload through a Differentiated Case Management Plan, which establishes time
standards for the resolution of cases. The Circuit Court has full common-law power and jurisdiction in civil cases involving over twenty-five thousand
dollars, and in most criminal cases originally charged as felonies. The Court exercises concurrent jurisdiction with the District Court in civil and equity
cases if the amount in controversy exceeds twenty-five thousand dollars, in criminal cases in certain statutorily defined circumstances, and in certain
family law proceedings such as domestic violence. The Court exercises appellate review of District Court cases and certain County administrative
decisions. All juvenile matters fall within the Court's jurisdiction. The Court also selects and instructs members of the grand and petit juries.
                                                                   Budget Highlights
The FY 2006 Approved Budget for the Circuit Court is $1,068,331, an increase of $113,005 over the prior year. This budget eliminates 6 Bailiffs and
increases the per diem by $10 for the Bailiff’s. Of particular note for Fiscal Year 2006 is the inclusion of $79,832 in direct federal grant funding for the
Juvenile Drug Court. All operations of the Juvenile Drug Court are funded by the grant and by in-kind contributions from program partners. No
County funds are expended for this program.


                                                          Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                Actual                         Estimated                        Projected
           Performance/Workload Indicators                                          FY 2004                      FY 2005                          FY 2006
Scholarship Programs
Family Services Grant                                                                 123,172                    128,815                           118,860
Juvenile Drug Court Grant                                                                   0                      64,232                           79,832
Child Support Grant                                                                     9,372                      10,135                           10,655
Law Library Collection                                                                 57,874                      46,100                           46,100




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                        Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                               Orphan's Court

                    Department/                                    FY 2004                 FY 2005                  FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                    Actual                Approved                Requested              Approved
                                                               Expenditures                 Budget                   Budget                Budget

               Total Orphan's Court
                                                                       29,596                 30,049                   31,056               30,530


                                                             Program Description
The Orphan's Court consists of three members elected to concurrent four-year terms. The Court is responsible for hearing matters involving
decedents' estates which are probated judicially, approves administration accounts and awards of personal representatives' commissions and
attorneys' fees in all estates, has concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit Court in the guardianship of minors and their property, and handles the
validity of wills and transfer of property in which legal questions and disputes occur.


                                                           Budget Highlights
The approved budget for the Orphan’s Court is $30,530, which reflects increase in Health Benefits.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                               Office of the Sheriff


               Department/                             FY 2004              FY 2005             FY 2006             FY 2006
              Spending Unit                             Actual             Approved           Requested            Approved
                                                   Expenditures              Budget              Budget              Budget

Law Enforcement                                       10,677,930          12,028,484          14,250,771          13,412,997
Corrections                                            5,811,888           6,211,269            7,797,003           6,773,379
Training                                                   85,197              86,200            109,145              100,410
Canine                                                     19,124              10,775              21,475              11,775
Grant                                                    385,025             333,233             575,129             550,001
        Total Office of the Sheriff                   16,979,164          18,669,961          22,753,523          20,848,562

                                                  Program Description
The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is comprised organizationally of Administration, Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Special
Operations and Corrections with the following major functions: provide prompt and efficient investigation of all incidents,
crimes and complaints, and keeping victims informed of status of investigations; expanded drug enforcement efforts directed
against high level drug dealers and street level sellers; public awareness and educational programs that focus on the harmful
effects of drugs and alcohol abuse; enhanced crime prevention programs, including grants, that provide high visibility of police
patrols in high crime areas of the County; neighborhood crime watch programs in which citizens participate; home and
commercial security surveys; timely service of criminal and civil process; security for the Courthouse and Circuit Courts;
traffic safety and accident reconstruction; and efficient administration and operation of St. Mary’s County Detention Center.

                                                     Budget Highlights
The approved budget for the Office of the Sheriff is $20,848,562, an increase of $2,178,601 or 11.7%. Almost $1.5 million
more is provided in the budget to address the additional personal services funding to include pay parity with MSP, 8 new
deputies, and assumes the conversion of the criminal justice instructor at the Forrest Technology Center to a street deputy.
Law Enforcement also has 8 DFC and 13 Senior DFC promotional ranks in this approved budget. The budget also includes
funds for the purchase of 22 replacement vehicles and 8 new vehicles and equipment for the 8 new deputies, using exempt
financing.
Additional funding of approximately $100,000 for the Adult Detention Center was added to cover the increased costs of food
and medical services for inmates. A new correctional officer and one administrative inmate services coordinator were added,
along with funding for 10 CO First Class Ranks, 3 Senior CFC Ranks and 4 Corporal Ranks.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                           Office of the Sheriff

                                      Performance/Workload Indicators

                                                                        FY 2004        FY 2005        FY 2006
     Performance/Workload Indicators                                     Actual      Estimated       Projected

Calls For Service                                                        52,875         53,615          54,366
Incidents Requiring Police Response                                      52,875         53,615          54,366
Response Time: Call Waiting To Be Dispatched                               4:22           4:26            4:29
Response Time: Average Response Time                                       8:21           8:28            8:35
Response Time: Average Time From Receipt Of Call To
   Completion                                                             24:29          24:49           25:10
# Breaking & Entering                                                       429            435             441
# Arsons                                                                     14             14              14
# Robberies                                                                  35             35              36
# Felony Assaults/Misdemeanors                                            1,218          1,235           1,252
# Rapes                                                                      11             11              11
# Murders                                                                     3              3               3
# Of Thefts(Includes Auto Thefts)                                         1,192          1,209           1,226
# Narcotic Violations                                                       421            427             433
# Child Abuse Cases                                                          93             94              96
# Number Of DWI                                                             289            293             297
# Of Possession/Weapons                                                      28             28              29
# Vandalism                                                                 844            856             868
# Liquor Violation                                                           38             39              39
# Battered Spouses                                                          342            347             352
# Of Disorderly Conduct Cases                                                52             53              53
# Of Larceny After Trust Cases                                              202            205             208
# Of Forgeries                                                               40             41              41
# Of Fraud Cases                                                            173            175             178
# Of Sex Offenses                                                            78             79              80
Value Of Drugs Seized                                                   164,316        175,000         200,000
Child Support Warrants Issued                                               232            227             226
Traffic Accidents                                                         2,437          2,500           3,000
School Bus Inspections                                                      456            460             475
D.A.R.E. # Of School Participants                                           544              0               0
Volunteer Hours                                                             358            416             624
Corrections
# Of Inmates Received                                                     2,473          2,621           2,778
Average Daily Population                                                    270            290             300
Inmate Work Hours-County Projects                                        59,737         65,814          72,395




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                       Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                           Office of the State's Attorney


                         Department/                                            FY 2004               FY 2005                FY 2006                 FY 2006
                        Spending Unit                                            Actual              Approved              Requested                Approved
                                                                            Expenditures               Budget                 Budget                  Budget

Judicial                                                                         1,396,461            1,568,844              1,747,223              1,657,854
Project Graduation                                                                  33,827               35,950                 41,500                 41,500
Grant                                                                              417,524              427,126                449,338                429,347

              Total Office of State's Attorney                                   1,847,812            2,031,920              2,238,061              2,128,701

                                                               Program Description
The State's Attorney for each county and the city of Baltimore is empowered by the Maryland Annotated Code to prosecute and defend, on the part of
the State, all cases in which the State may be interested, subject to the provisions of the Code. The Office of the State's Attorney performs the
following functions: recovery of child support payments from absent parents; bad check collection program responsible for collection of worthless
checks issued to merchants in St. Mary's County; sponsor of Project Graduation, as well as other education programs on crime prevention in public
and private schools; operation of the Community Service Program which serves as a pretrial diversionary program for minor traffic offenders;
collection of restitution due victims of crimes in District and Juvenile Courts, and a large percentage of the restitution for the Circuit Court; assistance
with criminal investigations of police agencies; coordination of the activities of the Grand Jury; prosecution of all criminal and traffic matters in the
District, Circuit, and Juvenile Courts for St. Mary's County; and is the forfeiting authority for property and monies received as a result of illicit drug trade
and other crimes.
                                                                Budget Highlights
The budget for the Office of the State’s Attorney is $2,128,701 which is $96,781 more than fiscal year 2005. Salary increases were included for
State’s Attorneys and additional costs for extraditions.




                                                         Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                                       Actual               Estimated               Projected
        Performance/Workload Indicator                                                                FY 2004                 FY 2005                FY 2006
Circuit Court cases filed                                                                                  661                      668                    675
District Court criminal cases                                                                            2,899                    3,040                  3,200
District Court traffic cases                                                                            20,936                   21,982                 23,080
Community service participants                                                                           3,277                    3,300                  3,400
Restitution on bad checks                                                                            $253,461                 $255,000               $258,000
Forfeited assets collected                                                                             $50,800                 $52,000                 $60,000
Paternity orders established                                                                               235                      235                    235
Support orders established                                                                                 438                      438                    438
Child support collected                                                                           $10,389,974             $10,839,399             $11,289,284




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                            County Treasurer


                    Department/                                     FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                     Actual               Approved            Requested             Approved
                                                                Expenditures                Budget               Budget               Budget
              Total County Treasurer                                   281,734               313,696              348,327              345,010

                                                             Program Description
The primary function of the Treasurer's Office is the billing and collection of real and personal property taxes for the State and County.
Related responsibilities include the billing and collection of erosion, road, agricultural, and other miscellaneous special taxes, penalties and
interest; verification and inspection of records and stamping of real property deeds for tax clearance prior to recordation; intake and
processing of qualified senior tax credit applicants, completion and submission of bankruptcy documentation on real property accounts to the
bankruptcy court; conducting of the annual tax sale; the billing, collection, and disbursement of the fire /rescue district tax on real and
personal property. Other duties include the issuance of motor vehicle registration renewals, dog tags, and liquor licenses. The Treasurer’s
Office is responsible for the preparation, dissemination, and maintenance of all relevant financial reports to local and state authorities.


                                                        Budget Highlights
The approved budget for the Office of the County Treasurer is $345,010, an increase of $31,314, or 10.0%. The increased funding is
needed to cover costs of staffing.

                                                     Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                    Actual                    Estimated              Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                             FY 2004                       FY2005                 FY2006

# of tax bills mailed for real property, local personal property, corporations,
1/2 year new construction and 2nd semi-annual notices                                      45,600                 48,000                 50,400
# of delinquent and final notices mailed                                                    6,000                  6,000                  6,000
# of tax payments collected and processed                                                  42,500                 43,000                 57,500
# of walk-in taxpayers                                                                     16,500                 17,000                 17,500
# of other walk-in customers for mva registration renewals, dog licenses,
liquor licenses, real property deeds and business licenses researched and
stamped prior to recordation, and County Senior Tax Credit applicants                      15,000                 15,200                 15,400
Telephone inquiries                                                                        35,000                 35,000                 35,000
Tax sale preparation & annual auction                                                          n/a                    n/a                   300
Duplicate bill requests                                                                        n/a                    n/a                 4,000
Property transfers processed in tax records                                                    n/a                    n/a                 4,103




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                     Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
OPERATING BUDGETS

  STATE AGENCIES/
INDEPENDENT BOARDS
                                                              Department of Health


                       Department/                                        FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                      Spending Unit                                        Actual               Approved             Requested             Approved
                                                                      Expenditures                Budget                Budget               Budget

               Total Department of Health                                  1,017,649             1,055,817             1,118,671            1,120,671


                                                              Program Description
The Health Department is a State agency which receives the majority of its financial support from the State government, as well as fees and other
collections. County funding is contributing to the costs of administration, school health, the oral health program, the communicable disease program, and
the environmental health program.

                                                              Budget Highlights
In accordance with the State core public health funding formula, the County must provide a minimum of $785,369 in local funding to the Health
Department. In FY 2006 budget at $1,120,671, is $335,302 more than the minimum local funding requirement. $45,000 of Mosquito Spraying and
Gypsy Moth of $2,000 funds are included as well as $5,000 for a salary supplement for the Environmental Officer.

                                                     Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                                         Actual           Estimated             Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                                                   FY 2004             FY 2005              FY 2006

# Walk-ins (Health Dept., Drug Screening, Walden, and other agencies)                                    15,656               17,065                17,577
Dental Health Program                                                                                        129                   135                  125
Sewage tests and evaluations                                                                                 992                   600                  600
Subdivision plats reviewed                                                                                 1,155               1,290                 1,200
Water samples collected                                                                                    1,910               1,700                 1,700
Public swimming pool licenses/ inspections                                                               58/290               59/294                59/300
Food Service facilities inspections                                                                        1,134               1,150                 1,400
Rabies vaccinations                                                                                          760                   619                  650
Bite investigations/Rabies cases                                                                             220                   150                  150
# of vehicles/vehicle mileage                                                                          31/32728           27/337147             28/347261
Communities in St. Mary’s County participating in adult mosquito control services                            100                   120                  125
Mosquito nuisance complaints received from public                                                            293                   325                  300
Acres treated with mosquito control Larvicide’s                                                              334                   533                  500
Acres treated with mosquito control adulticides                                                         103,697              141,281              150,000




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                             Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                 Department of Social Services


                   Department/                                      FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006            FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                      Actual               Approved            Requested           Approved
                                                                Expenditures                Budget               Budget             Budget


      Total Department of Social Services                             315,731               327,074              343,184             342,408

                                                              Program Description
The Department of Social Services is a State agency which provides a broad range of programs and services from public assistance to child
welfare. County funding has been provided to support the Child Support Enforcement Program, Adult Foster Care, Child Foster Care and
staff development and training. The function of the Child Support Enforcement program is to interview customers, locate absent parents,
refer cases for legal establishment of paternity and/or court ordered support obligations, monitor collections, and enforce court orders for
customers and children who are entitled to these services through the Department of Social Services. The function of the Adult Foster Care
Program is to delay or eliminate the need for institutionalizing disabled or elderly adults. The Child Foster Care Program provides short-term
continuous twenty-four hour care and supportive services for needy children.

                                                          Budget Highlights
The local portion of the Social Services budget is $342,408, an increase of 15,334 or 4.7%.

                                                    Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                            Actual            Estimated           Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                                      FY 2004              FY 2005            FY 2006
Child Support collections                                                              $10,388,974           10,839,399          11,289,824
Child Support paternity established                                                            235                  235                 235
Child Support orders established                                                                438                  438                 438
Certified adult foster care homes                                                                14                   15                  15
Adult clients living in provider's homes (p/mo. avg.)                                             9                   10                  10
Adult clients served with purchase of care funds                                                 31                   30                  30
Children in foster care (p/mo. avg.)                                                             72                   70                  70
Children in out-of-county placements                                                             40                   40                  40
Children with supervised visitation                                                              10                   10                  10
Average # visits weekly                                                                          35                   40                  40
# of children receiving medical/psychological services from specialist Out-of-
County                                                                                           50                   50                  50
% of parents court-ordered to attend alcohol/drug/mental treatment                               63                   75                  75
Permanency plan of adoption will be made legally available for adoption                          16                     4                  4
Human Resources goal for St. Mary’s County of placing seven children for
adoption will be exceeded                                                                          4                    4                  4
Deceased citizens who do not have funds or other resources to go toward the
cost of their burial.                                                                             8                   10                  10
Average cost of $650 per burial, total costs for the year                                     5,200                6,500               6,500




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                     Alcohol Beverage Board


                  Department/                                   FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                   Actual              Approved            Requested              Approved
                                                            Expenditures               Budget               Budget                Budget

        Total Alcohol Beverage Board                              165,413              158,353               191,905              203,321


                                                        Program Description
The Alcohol Beverage Board is responsible for the issuance of alcohol beverage licenses. It has the full power and authority to adopt such
reasonable rules and regulations as deemed necessary to enable it to effectively discharge the duties imposed by Article 2B of the Laws and
Regulations of the State of Maryland. The Board receives and reviews license applications, holds hearings, conducts inspections, files
reports, and enforces underage drinking laws.

                                                        Budget Highlights
The approved budget for the Alcohol Beverage Board is $203,321, and includes funding for the RPT Senior Office Specialist approved in
FY2005. Revenue collected by Alcohol Beverage Board totals $100,350.


                                                   Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                       Actual             Estimated              Projected
        Performance/Workload Indicator                                                FY 2004               FY 2005               FY 2006

License Fees                                                                           $91,518               $93,480               $95,350
Transfer Fees                                                                             $900                $1,700                $2,000
Fines                                                                                   $1,750                $1,450                $3,000
# of Alcohol Licenses (at yr end)                                                          155                   158                    161
# of Transfers                                                                                9                    17                    20
# of Temporary Licenses Issued                                                               84                    78                    81




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                         Supervisors of Elections


                      Department/                                   FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                     Spending Unit                                   Actual                Approved            Requested             Approved
                                                                Expenditures                 Budget               Budget               Budget
              Total Supervisors of Election                            405,297               559,758              771,075              424,495

                                                              Program Description
  The Board of Elections operates under State election laws, receiving direction from the State Administrative Board of Election Laws.
  Responsibilities include supervision of elections, registering voters, and receiving applications for candidates filing for elected office in St.
  Mary's County.

                                                                Budget Highlights
  The approved budget for the Board of Elections is $424,495. Election activities drive the need for funding and therefore increase or decrease
  between years reflects principally whether there is an election. Costs include equipment and related costs for the voting machines, a program
  mandated by the State but funded by the County.


                                                      Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                                 Actual           Estimated             Projected
        Performance/Workload Indicator                                                          FY 2004             FY 2005              FY 2006
  New Voter Registrations                                                                         4,983               7,021                10,621
  Changes to voter records                                                                         8,848              10,013               13,048
  Party Changes                                                                                      892                1,000                1,284
  Deletions                                                                                        1,598                 300                 1,348
  Confirmation Mailing                                                                             1,441                 960                   743
  Voter Transfer                                                                                        0               3,620                3,872
  M.V.A                                                                                                 0               3,517                4,021
  Absentee                                                                                         2,315                3,501                4,000
  Voting Units                                                                                         90                311                   346




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                   Cooperative Extension Service


                    Department/                                     FY 2004               FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                     Actual              Approved             Requested             Approved
                                                                Expenditures               Budget                Budget               Budget

       Total Cooperative Extension Service                            140,880              143,380               150,568              150,568

                                                                Program Description
The Cooperative Extension Service provides research-backed unbiased information, together with educational opportunities, developed by the
University of Maryland System and other institutes of higher education to all adults and youth. The Extension Service is jointly funded by
Federal, State and local governments. All CES programs are developed and presented to implement the following initiatives: agriculture
profitability; natural resource issues; improving diet, nutrition and health; building and developing human capital; increasing family economic
stability; commercial horticulture and pest management; and aquaculture and marine resources.


                                                         Budget Highlights
The Cooperative Extension Service local budget is $150,568, which is increase of 5% over the prior year. Increase reflects cost changes
experienced over the past two years. Budget for FY2005 was level funded.


                                                    Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                  Actual                   Estimated                Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                           FY 2004                      FY 2005                 FY 2006
Master gardeners volunteer hours                                                          4,420                  4,700                   5,000
Child Care provider training participants                                                   328                    300                     250
Food Safety program participants                                                             82                     90                     100
# Youth participating in 4-H clubs                                                        1,534                  1,540                   1,550
Pesticide licenses renewed                                                                   80                     85                      90
Nutrient management plans                                                                   363                    383                     400
Direct Farmer Consultation                                                                  450                    450                     450
Beginner Farmer Workshop Series                                                              30                     30                      30
Vineyard Research Outreach                                                                   40                     60                     100
Nutrient Voucher Training                                                                   155                    167                     180
# Acres in Nutrient Management                                                           12,498                13,500                  14,000
Volunteers, 4H (MCE & Short Term)                                                            93                     96                     100




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                          Ethics Commission


                 Department/                                  FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                Spending Unit                                  Actual              Approved            Requested             Approved
                                                          Expenditures               Budget               Budget               Budget

           Total Ethics Commission                                 6,703                8,889                9,694                9,694



                                                       Program Description
There is a five member St. Mary’s County Ethics Commission appointed by the Board of County Commissioners in accordance with the
County Public Ethics Ordinance. The Commission is the advisory body responsible for interpreting the Ordinance and advising persons
subject to its application. The Commission hears and decides complaints; is the custodial of all statements, registrations, reports, and
complaints; and conducts information and education programs.



                                                         Budget Highlights
The approved budget of $9,694 reflects an increase of $805, 9% increase over the prior year.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                             Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                          Soil Conservation District


                        Department/                                          FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006            FY 2006
                       Spending Unit                                          Actual               Approved            Requested           Approved
                                                                         Expenditures                Budget               Budget             Budget

             Total Soil Conservation District                                    43,442                 41,794              47,495             47,495


                                                           Program Description
The Soil Conservation District promotes wise and efficient use of the County's soils and water resources through a cooperative relationship between
County, State and Federal governments. The District's first priority is the agriculture program. Through soils conservation and water quality planning,
nutrient management planning and the implementation of best management practices, the agriculture community is actively working towards reaching
the forty percent reduction of nitrogen and phosphorous loads to the Chesapeake Bay. The District also has a non-agriculture program which includes
urban sediment control plans review, pond designs, and forest harvest sediment control plans.



                                                              Budget Highlights
The County will fund $47,495 of which $11,290 is health insurance for District Manager.

                                                      Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                              Actual              Estimated                 Projected
       Performance/Workload Indicator                                                        FY 2004                FY 2005                  FY 2006

Approved erosion and sediment control plans:
 - Single Lot development disturbing less than .5 acres                                          731                    750                        750

  - Development that disturbs greater than .5 acres                                              213                    200                      3200
Reviews/comments for Technical Evaluation Committee                                              248                    275                        275
Review storm water management plans                                                                42                    55                         60
Development of Soil Conservation & Water Quality Plans                                             93                   120                        120
Buffers under the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program                                       65.5              50 acres                   50 acres
District’s No-till Drill Lease Program                                                    555.8 acres             700 acres               1,000 acres
Application of structural soil conservation and water quality best
management practices on agriculture land                                                           17                    20                         20
Increase student participation in the Envirothon Program                                           95                   120                        130




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                     Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                            Wicomico Scenic River Commission

                      Department/                                        FY 2004              FY 2005             FY 2006           FY 2006
                     Spending Unit                                        Actual             Approved           Requested          Approved
                                                                     Expenditures              Budget              Budget            Budget

      Total Wicomico Scenic River Commission                                 1,000                1,000                1,000            1,000



                                                             Program Description
The Wicomico Scenic River Commission is a board created by the Commissioners of Charles and St. Mary’s Counties to ensure that the natural
values of the Wicomico River, a state designated scenic river, are preserved, and that the resources within the watershed which spans the two
counties, are used wisely. Membership is comprised of representatives from the watershed in both Charles and St. Mary’s Counties. All
members are appointed by their respective board of County Commissioners.

                                                              Budget Highlights
The approved budget is $1,000, continuing the past funding levels.

                                                     Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                        Actual             Estimated                Projected
      Performance/Workload Indicator                                                   FY 2004               FY 2005                 FY 2006

Oyster Bar Lease, Yearly Fees                                                             $158                 $158                      $158
Environmental Stewardship Awards program                                                  $500                 $600                      $522

Brochure and educational materials, reproduction costs                                    $100                 $100                      $120
Public meeting refreshments                                                               $100                 $100                      $200




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                                   Board of Education

                                                                                                                                                    %
                                                                                                                                         Increase Over
          BUDGET SUMMARY                                                                                                                     Approved
                                                                   Actual            Approved            Request         Approved              FY 2005
                                                                  FY 2004             FY 2005            FY 2006          FY 2006
EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY
Administration                                                  3,202,080            3,237,692         3,495,344         3,425,644                5.8 %
Mid-Level Administration                                        9,164,243            9,678,800        10,276,421        10,464,111                8.1 %
Instructional Salaries                                         48,339,991           51,043,445        55,720,166        55,659,354                9.0 %
Textbooks & Supplies                                            2,235,749            2,809,503         2,934,014         2,934,014                4.4 %
Other Instructional Costs                                         432,060              413,395           495,702           635,956               53.8 %
Special Education                                              11,829,323           12,635,472        13,493,065        13,464,732                6.6 %
Student Personnel Services                                        851,675              894,289         1,008,861         1,001,438               12.0 %
Health Services                                                   871,573              980,557         1,169,981         1,169,981               19.3 %
Transportation                                                  8,598,127            9,334,910         9,792,661         9,789,326                4.9 %
Operations                                                      8,529,556            9,052,947        10,015,184         9,946,925                9.9 %
Maintenance                                                     2,568,075            2,778,383         2,884,906         2,888,019                3.9 %
Fixed Charges                                                  16,054,033           20,574,650        23,916,259        25,731,659               25.1 %
Capital Outlay                                                    909,770              939,708          958,456            958,856                2.0 %
                    TOTAL                                     113,586,255          124,373,751       136,161,020       138,070,015               11.0 %

FTE Staffing                                                      1,643.18             1,695.98          1,779.68          1,788.18               5.4 %

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT

                                                                Approved                 As a %                          Approved                As a %
                                                                 FY 2005                of Total                          FY 2006               of Total

Salaries & Wages                                               79,820,015                64.2 %                         86,888,705               62.9 %
Other Salaries & Wages                                          2,930,107                 2.3 %                          2,955,220                2.1 %
Contracted Services                                            10,363,601                 8.3 %                         10,811,433                7.8 %
Supplies & Materials                                            4,454,705                 3.6 %                          4,600,989                3.3 %
Other Charges                                                   3,928,388                 3.1 %                          4,753,608                3.4 %
Fixed Charges                                                  20,574,650                16.5 %                         25,731,659               18.6 %
Equipment                                                         776,000                  .6 %                            741,762                 .5 %
Transfers to Other/LEAs                                         1,505,365                 1.2 %                          1,563,865                1.1 %
Transfers                                                          20,920                  .2 %                             22,774                 .3 %
                  TOTAL                                       124,373,751               100.0%                         138,070,015              100.0%



                                                                Program Description
        The Education Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland governs the conduct of public education in the State. The law provides that there
        shall be throughout the State of Maryland a general system of free public schools. A State Department of Education is established as a
        principal department of the State government. The State Board of Education determines overall elementary and secondary educational
        policies of the State. The law further provides that there is a county board of education for each county school system and that educational
        matters that affect the counties shall be under the control of the county board. The St. Mary's County Board of Education consists of five voting
        members and one student member. The Annotated Code of Maryland also requires that each county board prepare an annual budget for
        submission to the county fiscal authorities according to major budget categories.




         St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                          Board of Education

                                                             Budget Highlights

The total approved operating budget of the Board of Education, including all funding sources is $138,070,015, an increase of $13,696,264, or
11%. This compares quite favorably to the FY2005 which represented an increase over FY2004 of $8,731,857, or 7.55%. The school system is
funded by a combination of state, federal, and local sources, which include the appropriation from the County as well as its own internally
generated fund balance. Funding other than the county appropriation is $75,435,790, including use of their fund balance in the amount of $2.4
million. The approved budget is based on a County appropriation of $62,634,224, which is $3,734,224 more than FY 2005, and exceeds State
mandated maintenance of effort, by approximately $2,755,474.

The Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Education entered into a joint resolution that addresses the funding for public schools
for the 5 years beginning in FY 2005. This resolution ties the County funding to enrollment and uses cost per pupil data derived from a
Thornton Commission study that identified adequate school funding on a per pupil basis. The resolution commits to fund public schools based
on enrollment, including half of the projected increase, at a per pupil rate that was identified by the school system to meet the targeted
adequacy level by FY 2008, adjusted for enrollment demographics and county wealth. The FY 2006 approved budget is based on a per pupil
rate of $3,831. At their meeting on May 31, 2005, in response to a request, the County Commissioners added $600,000 to fund three initiatives
identified by the Board of Education: Great Mills High School Enhancements (6 staff; additional funding of $325,000), funding the Criminal
Justice instructor, formerly staffed by a Sheriff’s deputy (1 position at a cost of approximately $54,400), and a Data Warehouse Initiative
required by the Federal No Child Left Behind Act (1 staff and technology; estimated costs of $225,000).

As a partner to this agreement, the Board of Education agreed to certain accountability measures related to student performance, teacher
quality, and fiscal accountability. The Board of Education and the Board of County Commissioners will also collaborate annually on initiatives
that will promote a more effective and efficient county-wide operation. With respect to the additional funding provided, the Board of Education
will make a report to the County Commissioners in Spring 2006, reflecting the utilization of the additional $600,000 and how it has impacted the
identified goals and outcomes.

State law requires that each local board of education prepare an annual budget according to certain enumerated categories. The local
governing body is required to adopt a final education budget by these categories. The Board of Education budget is presented by budget
category and object of expenditure. The allocation of available and appropriated funding to the Board of Education is the responsibility of the
Board of Education, subject to final approval by the Board of County Commissioners. The Board of County Commissioners, at its meeting on
June 14, 2005, approved the allocation of funding and FTEs by category, as proposed by the Board of Education.

The approved budget for the Board of Education is based upon the following student data:

                                                                                                            Increase(decrease)
                                                                                                                          Over
                                             FY2004          FY2005          FY2005          FY2006                    Budget
                       Level                  Actual         Budget           Actual         Budget                      2005

           PreKindergarten                         512              534             542             545                       11
           Half Day Kindergarten                   567              521             498             174                    (347)
           Full Day Kindergarten                   461              564             565             904                      340
           Elementary                            5,890            5,854           5,880           5,970                      116
           Middle                                3,773            3,843           3,708           3,769                     (74)
           High                                  4,873            4,967           5,215           5,388                      421

           Total                                16,076           16,283         16,408           16,750                     421
           Increase over FY2005                                                                                           2.6 %

           K to 12 FTEs                         15,283           15,489         15,617           16,118                     629
           Increase over FY2005                                                                                           4.1 %




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                          Board of Education

The major changes over FY2005 are:
         Merit increases and 5% COLA for Teachers and Administrators & Supervisors
         Merit increases and 3% COLA for Classified Employees
         83.7 FTE positions, including:
                    Regular Instruction: 33 Teachers, 1 Counselor, 30 Paraeducators
                    Special Education: 5 Teachers, 3 Paraeducators
                    1 Pupil Personnel Worker
                    7 positions in the area of Information Technology, Human Resources, Operations & Maintenance
         Expansion of the all-day kindergarten and extended school year programs adds $600,000 and 8 FTEs, in addition to the Bridge
                    to Excellence agreement.
         This responds to a May 31, 2005 request by the Board of Education to consider:
                    additional funding for the Great Mills HS Enhancement initiative identified by the Task Force
                               to provide an instructor to replace the Sheriff’s deputy that had been the Criminal Justice instructor
                              and to fund a technology initiative related to the mandated data for the No Child Left Behind act.
                    The Board of Education’s total budget increased 11%

The Board of Education budget also includes a Revolving Fund, which accounts for all revenues and expenditures related to activities that rely
heavily on fees from participants or other third parties. The major program in the Revolving Fund is the Food Services Program. The total
Revolving Fund budget is $5,187,774, as compared to the approved FY2005 level of $4,467,941.

The Board of Education budget also includes a Restricted Program Fund, which accounts for all revenues and expenditures which must be
used for a categorical or specific purpose (i.e. grants), as defined by the entity awarding the funds. Examples include the Extended Elementary
Education Program, State Compensatory Education, Special Education – IDEA, Federal Title 1, etc. The total Restricted Fund budget is
$9,270,030, compared to the prior year of $9,449,053. The Restricted Fund includes 117.42 FTE (Full-Time Equivalent) staff, in addition to the
General Operating Fund.

In addition to the operations, there is a capital budget for the renovation and construction of public schools. The FY 2006 approved capital
budget totals $16,524,570. Detailed information on the capital projects for FY2006, as well as the plan for FY 2007 to FY2011, is included in
the Capital Budget section of this budget document.




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                 Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                               College of Southern Maryland

                                                               Actual              Budget               Request          Approved
                   Revenues                                   FY2004               FY2005                FY2006            FY2006
State Aid                                                   1,361,653            1,470,949             1,545,738         1,545,738
Tuition & Fees                                              2,752,426            3,742,752             3,647,542         3,851,641
County Support                                              2,017,763            2,096,456             2,280,248         2,240,763
Other                                                          16,564                1,000               100,000                 0
            Total Revenues                                  6,148,406            7,311,157             7,573,528         7,638,142

        Expenditures (by function)
Instructional                                               2,261,476            2,951,801             2,912,546         3,003,786
Academic Support                                              379,459              408,756               382,016           361,600
Student Services                                              187,322              195,657               213,323           216,692
Plant Operations & Maintenance                                372,361              587,499               687,006           687,071
Institutional Support                                         735,350              936,545             1,005,137           995,493
Scholarships & Fellowships                                     38,829               41,143                41,143            41,143
                 Subtotal                                   3,974,797            5,121,401             5,121,401         5,305,785
Mandatory Transfers                                         2,060,328            2,189,756             2,332,357         2,332,357
    Total Expenditures (by function)                        6,035,125            7,311,157             7,573,528         7,638,142

       Expenditures (by object code)
Compensation                                                2,965,319            3,709,789             3,808,906          3,875,408
Contracted Services                                           414,662              622,487               589,951            589,951
Supplies & Materials                                          107,154              180,593               190,522            190,078
Communications                                                101,332              128,620               129,434            129,434
Conferences & Meetings                                         31,688               55,554                56,343             54,899
Scholarships & Fellowships                                     38,829               41,143                41,143             41,143
Utilities                                                     152,827              206,300               317,323            317,323
Fixed Charges                                                  39,621               45,731                49,705             49,705
Furniture & Equipment                                         123,365              131,184                57,844             57,844
                 Subtotal                                   3,974,797            5,121,401             5,241,171          5,305,785
Mandatory Transfers                                         2,060,328            2,189,756             2,332,357          2,332,357
  Total Expenditures (by object code)                       6,035,125            7,311,157             7,573,528          7,638,142

FTE Students                                                                          953.36               1049.40           1033.00


                                                          Program Description
The College of Southern Maryland, Leonardtown campus provides comprehensive community college services to the residents of St.
Mary's County. To this end, the college offers high quality transfer and occupational programs. Continuing education courses are
offered for specialized training and for enrichment. The college supports and encourages economic development and community
services. The college's primary purpose is instruction. Services, cultural and research activities are developed to the degree that they
enhance and complement the instructional program or meet a specific community need. The college's open-door admissions policy
encourages those who can benefit to participate in programs and activities. The college offers 24 associate degree programs, 12
certificate programs, and 8 letters of recognition.


                                                          Budget Highlights
The total budget for the College of Southern Maryland, Leonardtown Campus, is approved to increase from $7,311,157 to $7,638,142, an
increase of 4.5%. Funding is provided by the County appropriation, State aid and student tuition and fees. The approved budget is based
upon a 6.9% increase in County funding, which will bring county funding to $2,240,763, and funds 98% of the request.




 St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                              Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                     Board of Library Trustees

                   Department/
                                                                      FY 2004            FY 2005               FY 2006             FY 2006
                  Spending Unit
                                                                       Actual           Approved             Requested            Approved
                                                                  Expenditures            Budget                Budget              Budget
Lexington Park Library                                                 658,099            722,735               826,015             830,426
Leonardtown Library                                                    671,298            534,389               630,280             577,770
Charlotte Hall Library                                                 446,736            470,748               378,671             379,552
Outreach/Van                                                             5,682                  0                     0                   0
General Operating                                                      390,988            647,605               747,655             745,369
Archives                                                                39,786                  0                     0                   0
Grants                                                                  58,481              4,000                     0                   0


    Total Board of Library Trustees Budget                           2,271,070          2,379,477             2,582,621           2,533,117



                                                          Program Description
The St. Mary's County Memorial Library provides public library services six days a week to all County citizens. Branch libraries are
located in the three major population centers - Lexington Park, Leonardtown, and Charlotte Hall. The Leonardtown library is considered
the headquarters library and also houses the administrative office. The libraries currently consist of approximately 53,000-sq. ft. of floor
space and have the capacity to hold over 225,000 items. Major activities of the libraries include: collection development and
maintenance; cataloguing and processing; circulation; reference; children's programming; interlibrary loan; and administration.

                                                              Budget Highlights
The approved budget for the public library system is $2,533,117. County funding support is approved to be $1,781,142. The funding for the
library will provide for the following enhanced services to county residents:
    Sunday Service at the Lexington Park Library branch will be open from 1 to 5pm
    Self Check Out terminal will be installed in the Charlotte Hall Library
    New telephone systems will be installed in all branches.



                                                 Performance/Workload Indicators
                                                                                           Actual           Estimated           Projected
         Performance/Workload Indicator                                                   FY 2004             FY2005              FY2006

Circulation of books and other materials                                                 1,000,600          1,010,000           1,100,000
# of items in collection (includes books, audios, videos, etc.)                           220,700             220,000             220,000
# of items purchased, classified and prepared for the shelf                                 20,000              21,000             22,000
# of patron visits to library branches                                                     487,803            500,000             525,000
Attendance at library-sponsored programs                                                    40,000              40,000             41,000
Registered Borrowers                                                                        50,000              53,000             56,000
Circulation from out reach Van                                                              23,200              25,000             27,000
Informational Transaction                                                                   48,800              51,000             53,000
Technology Instructional Class Attendance                                                    2,100               2,500              2,800
Hours open per week                                                                            168                 174                178
Public access computers                                                                         44                  52                  56




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                  Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
OPERATING BUDGETS

NON-COUNTY AGENCIES
                                                         Big Brothers/Big Sisters
                  Department/                                FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                Actual                Approved             Requested             Approved
Big Brothers/Big Sisters                                           2,319                 4,000              4,000                4,000
                                                 Program Description/Highlights
The Big Brothers/Big Sisters provides proven mentoring services to St. Mary’s at – risk youth. Funds are generally used for telephone,
postage, and printing/publishing.


                                                            Catholic Charities
                 Department/                                FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                Spending Unit                                Actual                 Approved             Requested             Approved
Catholic Charities                                                15,000              15,000              20,000                15,000
                                                   Program Description/Highlights
Angel’s Watch Regional Shelter has 41 beds and offers comprehensive emergency/transitional and domestic violence services for families,
single women and women with children who are homeless through a variety of circumstances. The Board of County Commissioners is
allocating $15,000. $5,000 for homeless shelter programs and $10,000 for Angel’s Watch.


                                       Department of Agriculture – St. Mary’s County Program
                   Department/                                FY 2004                FY 2005             FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual               Approved            Requested             Approved
Agriculture Weed Control                                              8,935               12,850                13,800              13,800
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
This funding supports an agreement with the State Department of Agriculture to private and public landowners of St. Mary’s County for the
control and eradication of certain noxious weeds. This program administers approximately 50 control contracts, and performs over 450 on-site
inspections of 150 infested properties.


                                                             Farmers Markets
                   Department/                                FY 2004                FY 2005             FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual               Approved            Requested             Approved
Farmers’ Markets                                                        1,000               1,000               1,000                 1,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
This funding is used for Marketing and advertising for the North St. Mary’s and Lexington Park Farmer’s Markets. Efforts are coordinated by
the Department of Economics and Community Development.


                                                          Greenwell Foundation
                  Department/                               FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                               Actual               Approved              Requested             Approved
Greenwell Foundation                                                30,000                30,000                30,000               30,000
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
The Foundation was formed in 1969 by the Greenwell family who recognized a need for all County families, including those with disabled
members, and others who have disabilities, to have a place to go where they could enjoy the beauties of the County, the river, and the
outdoors. The Greenwell’s gave their property to the State with the stipulation that it was to be used to enhance the enjoyment of nature for
special populations. Greenwell Foundation provides therapeutic riding, day camps, and environmental education programs.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                        Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                   Historic St. Mary’s City Foundation
                  Department/                                FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                Actual               Approved             Requested              Approved
Historic St. Mary’s City Foundation                                    1,500                1,500                1,500               1,500
                                                       Program Description/Highlights
Historic St. Mary’s City is a museum of history and archaeology that commemorates the birthplace of Maryland and its significance as
providing ground for the ideals of religious tolerance and separation of church and state. County funding supports the Annual Maryland Day
celebration at St. Mary’s City.

                                                           Hospice of St. Mary's
                    Department/                               FY 2004                FY 2005             FY 2006                FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                               Actual               Approved            Requested              Approved
Hospice of St. Mary's                                                   15,000                15,000              15,000                15,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
Hospice of St. Mary’s provides special care to terminally ill patients and their families in St. Mary’s County. Annually, the Hospice provided
care to approximately 250 terminally ill patients and families, as well as bereavement support for families and community members.


                                                        Lexington Park Lions Club
                    Department/                               FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                               Actual               Approved              Requested            Approved
Lexington Park Lions Club                                            1,500                1,500                 1,500              1,500
                                                   Program Description/Highlights
The Lexington Park Lions Club is affiliated with an international organization dedicated to raising funds to support community projects,
especially programs that address the care and treatment of the eye. The County support of $1,500 partially subsidizes the annual soapbox
derby.


                                             Lexington Park Rotary Club – Oyster Festival
                    Department/                               FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                               Actual               Approved              Requested            Approved
Lexington Park Rotary Club                                              5,000                5,000                 5,000                5,000
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
County funds support a two day event, with all event proceeds going back to the local community in charitable endeavors. Lexington Park
Rotary’s charitable actions include funding medical help to hundreds of families who might not otherwise have health care; families’ homes
were kept warm through the Energy Assistance Program; children in elementary schools received free school supplies; and high school
graduates were honored with college scholarships.


                                                      Literacy Council of St. Mary’s
                    Department/                                FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                Actual              Approved             Requested             Approved
Literacy Council                                                      12,000                12,000             12,000               12,000
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
The Literacy Council of St. Mary’s provides free tutoring and reading assistance for county residents and students who need these services.
The County allocation helps fund a part-time office manager to allow the Council to maintain the cohesiveness needed in their volunteer
organization.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                         Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                        Maryland Historical Society
                    Department/                                FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                Actual                Approved             Requested             Approved
Maryland Historical Society                                              1,000                 1,000                 1,000                1,000
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
The Maryland Historical Society is the only museum of Maryland history in the State, and provides educational programs, exhibitions, research
library and publications. County funds support education department services to St. Mary’s County students and teachers by providing
curriculum-based programs to the classrooms. More than 4,000 residents from St. Mary’s County participate annually in the museum’s
education programs.


                                                      Seventh District Optimist Club
                    Department/                               FY 2004                 FY 2005             FY 2006                 FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                               Actual                Approved            Requested               Approved
Seventh District Optimist                                              10,000               10,000             10,000                  10,000
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
Funds are provided for the purpose of advertising for the “Blessing of the Fleet” held each year in October.


                                                 SMC Forest Conservation District Board
                   Department/                              FY 2004              FY 2005                    FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                              Actual             Approved                   Requested             Approved
SMC Forest Conservation District Board                                     0                   0             1,000                 1,000
                                                  Program Description/Highlights
The Board sponsors two students to attend an Environmental and National Resource Camp held each year at the 4-H Camp in Garrett
County. This camp exposes high school students to careers in the natural resources and gives them hands on experience with professions in
natural resource careers.


                                                            Sotterley Foundation
                    Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved             Requested            Approved
Sotterley Mansion Foundation                                            25,000                 25,000              50,000                50,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
Founded in 1961, Sotterley Foundation, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization that functions as steward of Historic Sotterley Plantation. The
County funds support the education programs utilized by County school children.


                                                  Southern Maryland Center For L.I.F.E.
                  Department/                                FY 2004                   FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                Actual                  Approved             Requested             Approved
Southern Maryland Center For Life                                    15,000               15,000               32,500                15,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The mission of the Southern Maryland Center for L.I.F.E. (Living Independently for Everyone) is to empower persons with disabilities to lead
self-directed, independent and productive lives in their community. Annually, the Center serves more than 500 clients.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                              Southern Maryland Child Care Resource Center
                   Department/                                  FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                  Actual                Approved              Requested             Approved
Southern Maryland Child Care Resource Ctr.                            7,400                7,400                 19,000                  7,400
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
The Southern Maryland Child Care Resource Center serves as a resource to children, their families, and community professionals in the
Southern Maryland region. The Center provides parents with referral services and assistance in locating child care in Charles, Calvert, and St.
Mary’s counties. The Center also provides training and technical assistance to child care providers and maintains a resource library. The
County funds are applied to rent and utility costs.


                                                Southern Maryland Higher Education Center
                    Department/                                FY 2004               FY 2005              FY 2006             FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                Actual              Approved            Requested            Approved
So. Md. Higher Education Center                                       50,000                50,000              75,000              50,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The Southern Maryland Higher Education Center was established in 1994 to provide graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses for
citizens of Charles, St. Mary’s, and Calvert counties. In excess of 60% of enrollees are St. Mary’s County residents. The Center works with
university partners to offer 16 bachelor level programs and more than 60 graduate level programs.


                                                      Southern Maryland Navy Alliance
                    Department/                                  FY 2004                FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                  Actual               Approved              Requested             Approved
Navy Alliance                                                           20,000                20,000              20,000                   20,000
                                                         Program Description/Highlights
The Alliance’s main objective is to initiate support for new programs in D.O.D authorization and appropriations legislation that are of interest to
local defense activities as well as market Patuxent River and St. Inigoes capabilities to international companies and countries.


                                        Southern Maryland Resource Conservation/Development
                   Department/                                  FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                  Actual                Approved              Requested             Approved
Southern Maryland R C & D                                                500                5,200              8,000                 5,200
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
R C & D assists federal, state, and local agencies in planning and implementing natural resource conservation and community development
projects that serve to enhance environmental protection, conserve natural resources, and improve community facilities. Grants provide most
of the funding used by the RC&D to support conservation, development and community outreach programs. $500 is paid directly to Southern
Maryland RC&D to partially fund a part-time secretary. $4,700 is paid to Charles County, as billed.


                                                             St. Mary’s Caring, Inc
                   Department/                                  FY 2004                  FY 2005                FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                  Actual                 Approved               Requested             Approved
St. Mary’s Caring, Inc.                                                     0                 3,000              12,500             3,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
St. Mary’s Caring, Inc. operates a Family Center, providing hot meals and other services for low income children and adults of St. Mary’s
County. The Center provides a safe and inviting location for people to meet and relax. Assistance to the unemployed, homeless, and working
poor is provided by making referrals to the proper agencies. Special programs and events for children have included providing space for an
after school computer lab and free school supplies including backpacks.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                             Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                    St. Mary’s County Historical Society
                   Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006                FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved              Requested              Approved
St. Mary’s County Historical Society                                   12,700                12,500                 17,000                12,500
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The Historical Society has a household membership of approximately 900, attracts over 4,000 visitors to the tourist information center and
operates a genealogical research and information office at Tudor Hall, which houses more than 100 archival documents and artifacts. County
funds subsidize a portion of the salaries of the organization’s paid employees and other office expenses.


                                                  St. Mary’s College River Concert Series
                    Department/                                   FY 2004                     FY 2005           FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                   Actual                    Approved          Requested            Approved
St. Mary’s College River Concert Series                                         10,000              10,000             15,000             10,000
                                                         Program Description/Highlights
The River Concert Series provides a series of high quality, professional performances in the summer. The goal of the River Concert Series is
to enrich the cultural offerings of our region while raising the cultural profile of Southern Maryland. The County is one of many sponsors for this
series that was attended by more than 30,000 people in 2004.


                                                  St. Mary’s College Scholarship Program
                    Department/                                  FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006              FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                  Actual                Approved              Requested            Approved
St. Mary’s College Scholarship Program                                     6,000                 6,000                 6,000                6,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The scholarship program was developed by the college to provide an extra incentive for some of our most talented college-bound students to
remain in the region. Currently, the funding helps to provide four scholarships to St. Mary’s County Students.

                                                       St. Mary’s County Arts Council

                   Department/                                 FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual                 Approved             Requested              Approved
St. Mary’s County Art Council                                                 0                 2,000                2,000                  2,000
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
The St. Mary’s County Arts Council increases the county and community’s awareness of the value of the arts and how the arts can enhance
the quality of our community and individual lives. Its programs foster and encourage the development of the arts and artists in St. Mary’s
County; and it serves as a subsidiary of the Maryland State Arts Council to receive, review, and approve local project grant applications worthy
of County and State support. County allocation funds Scholarships for St. Mary’ County.


                                The Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC) of Southern Maryland, Inc.
                  Department/                                  FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                  Actual                 Approved             Requested              Approved
ARC                                                                    132,150               132,150               160,750               132,150
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
The ARC of Southern Maryland provides support and service for the education, empowerment, employment, and independence of those with
mental retardation and developmental disabilities and their families. The ARC’s objectives include providing residential placement; individual
supported living services; vocational day placement; supported employment opportunities, and family support services/respite care assistance
to individuals and families.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                            Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                     The Center for Family Advocacy
                   Department/                                FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual                 Approved             Requested             Approved
Center for Family Advocacy                                            72,409                72,409                95,409                 84,909
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
The Center for Family Advocacy provides needed support and services to the women of St. Mary’s County. The Center is the only St. Mary’s
County provider of legal resources for victims of violence seeking protection from abuse in civil court. Major activities of the Center include:
legal assistance; lay legal advocacy program for victims of domestic violence; support groups; crisis intervention/management; support to re-
entry students; domestic violence education; information and referral; and legislative and legal advocacy.


                                                      The Center for Life Enrichment
                  Department/                                FY 2004                   FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                Actual                  Approved             Requested             Approved
The Center for Life Enrichment                                        155,908               155,908              165,115               155,908
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The Center for Life Enrichment serves individuals with disabilities on a daily basis. The Board of County Commissioners allocates $155,908, of
which $63,838 is paid directly to the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, to be funneled back through the Payment System and used as
part of the overall budget for the Day Placement Program.


                                                 The Mental Health Authority of St. Mary’s
                   Department/                                FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual                 Approved             Requested             Approved
Mental Health Authority                                                54,945                54,945                59,945               54,945
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The Mental Health Authority is a nonprofit corporation functioning as a “Core Service Agency” to plan, manage, and monitor publicly funded
mental health services in St. Mary’s County. County funds help fund centralized case management services for more than 300 individuals.
$2,600 of the funding is designated to the Three Oaks Homeless Shelter for case management.


                                           The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association
                  Department/                                FY 2004                   FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                Actual                  Approved             Requested             Approved
Naval Air Museum                                                       30,000                30,000               40,000                30,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The operational plan of the Museum includes specific objectives with respect to outdoor display areas, indoor display areas, exhibit
development/facility preparation, collections, education, and management procedures. Annually, the museum welcomes more than 70,000
visitors.


                                                             Three Oaks Center
                   Department/                                FY 2004                  FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual                 Approved             Requested             Approved
Three Oaks Center                                                      50,000                50,000                75,000               59,500
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
Three Oaks Center provides emergency, transitional and permanent supportive housing that helps individuals and families meet basic needs
for shelter, stabilization, assessment and referral. Total bed nights for men, women, and families with children are approximately 44,000
annually. Most of the bed nights are provided for the transitional and permanent housing programs. The County’s funding is allocated for the
operation of the center. The additional $9,500 approved in the FY2006 Budget is to match funds needed for Women’s Crisis Center.



St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                            Tri-County Alternatives for Youth & Families, Inc.
                  Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved              Requested             Approved
Tri-County Alternatives for Youth & Families                           26,250                26,250                27,563               26,250
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
Alternatives for Youth and Families, Inc. is a provider of child welfare services to Southern Maryland children and adolescents who are
diagnosed with compelling emotional and/or behavioral disorders. The continuation of care programs include: Therapeutic Group Home,
Treatment Foster Care, Crisis and Emergency Placement Programs, Independent Living programs, and a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program.


                                             Tri-County Community Action ( SMTCCAC, Inc)
                  Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved             Requested              Approved
Tri-County Community Action                                         17,751             17,751               17,751             17,751
                                                 Program Description/Highlights
The primary purpose of Tri-County Community Action is to alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty through programs such as
Head Start, Emergency Advocacy Services, Residential Energy Assistance, Senior Companion, Weatherization Assistance, and Housing
Services. St. Mary's County has funded a County Coordinator position in the Senior Companion Program for the past ten years.


                                                             Tri-County Council
                  Department/                                 FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                                 Actual                Approved             Requested              Approved
Tri-County Council                                                     94,200                94,200               94,200                94,200
                                                  Program Description/Highlights
The Council is the regional planning and development agency for the Tri-County area of Southern Maryland, created by State law in 1966.


                                                    Tri-County Youth Services Bureau
                   Department/                                 FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual               Approved             Requested              Approved
Tri-County Youth Services Bureau                                      116,479               116,479              142,750               116,479
                                                       Program Description/Highlights
Tri-County Youth Services Bureau is a professional youth and family counseling and prevention service provider. Care services include
individual, group, family and play therapies at three offices (Charlotte Hall office in St. Mary’s County). More than 7,000 Tri-County youth and
their families are provided services annually.


                                      Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions (UCAC)
                   Department/                                 FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006                FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual               Approved             Requested              Approved
Unified Committee for Afro-American
                                                                             0                     0                    0                 5,000
Contributions
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions is a private, nonprofit organization that seeks to increase both general awareness by
the public of African-American life and contributions to the County and the cultural and historical self-knowledge of African Americans. A
variety of free events are held each year as a celebration of Juneteenth.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                                Walden/Sierra
                    Department/                                FY 2004                 FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                                Actual                Approved             Requested             Approved
Walden/Sierra                                                          195,038                195,038            195,038                195,038
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
Walden/Sierra was established in 1973 to provide comprehensive substance abuse treatment and prevention services as well as over 6,000
hotline/crisis intervention and mental health support services to the citizens of St. Mary’s County. The total number of clients over the age of
18 receiving substance abuse services averages approximately 1,800 annually.


                                                          Watermen's Association
                   Department/                               FY 2004              FY 2005                   FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                               Actual             Approved                  Requested             Approved
Watermen's Association                                                 15,000                15,000               35,000                15,000
                                                   Program Description/Highlights
This allocation assists the Association with expenses of the Oyster Replenishment program and approximately 50,000 bushels of seed
oysters.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                                          Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
OPERATING BUDGETS

OTHER BUDGET COSTS
                                                  Fire Departments and Rescue Squads
                  Department/                              FY 2004             FY 2005                    FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                              Actual        Approved Budget                Requested             Approved
                                                         Expenditures                                     Budget                Budget
Volunteer Fire Departments

  Operating                                                        207,000                       0                    0                     0

  LOSAP                                                            285,480                       0                    0                     0

  508 Grant                                                        100,000                100,000              100,000               100,000
     Volunteer Fire Departments                                    592,480                100,000              100,000               100,000
Rescue Squads

  Operating                                                        674,444                       0                    0                     0

  LOSAP                                                            101,025                       0                    0                     0

  508 Grant                                                        100,000                100,000              100,000               100,000
     Rescue Squads                                                 875,469                100,000              100,000               100,000
Total Fire Depts. & Rescue Squads                               1,467,949             200,000               200,000                200,000
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
Funding allocations to the fire departments, rescue squads and LOSAP is in the Emergency Services Fund. The general fund budget includes
only the State established aid program (SB 508) which provides financial support to the counties for local and volunteer fire, rescue, and
ambulance services.

                                                      Supplemental Reserve - Expense
                   Department/                               FY 2004               FY 2005                FY 2006              FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                               Actual          Approved Budget           Requested             Approved
                                                          Expenditures                                    Budget                Budget
Supplemental Reserve - Expense                                            0             184,506               150,000                400,000
                                                       Program Description/Highlights
This represents funds identified in the expense budget, which have corresponding revenue principally from grants that may be received, but are
not included the budget. As grants are received, the revenues and associated expenditures will be re-allocated, through a budget amendment
approved by the Board of County Commissioners, to the appropriate department. Funding is approved at $400,000. The reserve was increased
to allow response for the homeland security and other similar grants which might be awarded.

                                                        Leonardtown - Tax Rebate
                  Department/                               FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                               Actual                Approved              Requested             Approved
                                                          Expenditures              Budget                Budget                Budget
Leonardtown Tax Rebate                                               48,129                48,936                55,370               55,370
                                                     Program Description/Highlights
The County Commissioners appropriate funds to the town of Leonardtown in consideration of the fact that the town provides some of its
own services, in lieu of the County providing these services. The grant is calculated based upon the assessed value of County-owned tax
exempt property within the Leonardtown corporate limits. The major properties within the town limits include the Governmental Center,
Health Department, Courthouse, Library, College of Southern Maryland, and Nursing Center. The assessed value of the County-owned
nontaxable real property amounts to $48,913,610.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                            Employer Contributions-Retiree Health Benefits
                   Department/                               FY 2004                FY 2005              FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                               Actual               Approved             Requested             Approved
                                                           Expenditures             Budget               Budget                Budget
Employer Contributions-Retiree Health Benefits                       908,771           1,031,000          1,210,100                1,156,150
                                                       Program Description/Highlights
This budget item principally reflects estimated retiree health insurance. The County government provides health insurance to its retirees
based upon years of service. An increase in the numbers of qualifying individuals as well as increased health benefit rates result in a
budgeted increase of $125,150 to an estimated $1,156,150.

                              Bank Service Charges/General Obligation Bond Administration Fees
                 Department/                        FY 2004              FY 2005            FY 2006                            FY 2006
                Spending Unit                        Actual          Approved Budget       Requested                          Approved
                                                 Expenditures                               Budget                             Budget
Bank Service Charges                                        21,496             12,000            16,000                              16,000
General Obligation Bond Administration Fees                 12,032             14,000            13,000                              13,000
Total Bank Service Charges/GOB Admin                        33,528             26,000            29,000                              29,000

                                                     Program Description/Highlights
$29,000 is allocated to cover service charges from financial institutions, including administrative fees for bond escrow accounts and related
processing.


                                                              Debt Service
                  Department/                              FY 2004                 FY 2005                FY 2006              FY 2006
                 Spending Unit                              Actual           Approved Budget             Requested            Approved
                                                        Expenditures                                       Budget              Budget
Debt Service                                                  10,633,981              12,370,986            12,845,604          12,903,553
                                                   Program Description/Highlights
This appropriation of $12,903,553 is needed to pay principal and interest on debt for capital projects. The estimated allocation of debt
service, based upon the approved budget, is as follows: Board of Education $6,462,007, County Roads $2,089,366, Solid Waste
$895,254, College of Southern MD $858,996, Library $482,078, Parks $354,771 and County-Other Projects $1,761,081.


                                                 Reserve – CSM Scholarship Program
                 Department/                             FY 2004              FY 2005                    FY 2006               FY 2006
                Spending Unit                             Actual         Approved Budget                Requested             Approved
                                                      Expenditures                                       Budget                Budget
Reserve – CSM Scholoarship Program                                        0                      0                   0                50,000
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
This designated reserve of $50,000 is for a new scholarship program for St. Mary’s County students to attend the College of Southern Maryland.
The funding will be re-aligned to the appropriate entity once the scholarship process has been determined.

                                                 Capital Projects General Fund Transfer
                    Department/                            FY 2004                 FY 2005               FY 2006               FY 2006
                   Spending Unit                            Actual            Approved Budget           Requested             Approved
                                                         Expenditures                                     Budget               Budget
General Fund Transfer                                                    0               500,000              500,000             3,151,010
                                                    Program Description/Highlights
$3,151,010 is approved as a transfer from the General Fund to the Capital Projects Fund to pay for capital needs. The use of “pay-go” to fund
capital projects reduces the amount of debt that would otherwise be needed, thus reducing debt service costs.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                   Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
                                                   Reserve – Emergency Appropriations
                   Department/                              FY 2004            FY 2005                       FY 2006                 FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                              Actual       Approved Budget                   Requested               Approved
                                                         Expenditures                                        Budget                  Budget
Reserve – Emergency Appropriations                                           0               840,647               500,000                 500,000
                                                      Program Description/Highlights
This reserve represents funding set aside annually which can be allocated during the fiscal year at the discretion of the Board of County
Commissioners to fund unanticipated or under budgeted expenditures or respond to other funding requests for items or activities not budgeted.
One of the more common items is snow removal, as this is entirely dependent upon the weather and for which a pattern or trend cannot be
established. Additionally, such funds allow the Board of County Commissioners to respond to grant opportunities which require a match of local
funds. Such amount can also be used to mitigate the effects of revenue that does not meet current year budget expectations.



                                                              Reserve – Rainy Day
                   Department/                                 FY 2004                   FY 2005                 FY 2006               FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                 Actual             Approved Budget             Requested              Approved
                                                            Expenditures                                          Budget               Budget
Reserve – Rainy Day                                                           0                 250,000              125,000                 125,000
                                                       Program Description/Highlights
The Rainy Day Fund was initiated in FY 2000 with a $250,000 set-aside, and an initial target of $1 million. This fund is established as a source
of funding for budget years when the revenue estimates indicate a temporary shortfall from the level required to fund the County’s operations
and activities. It is funded through budgeted additions that are set aside at the start of the fiscal year. As of FY2006, this reserve was increased
to $1.375 million.

                                                             Reserve - Bond Rating
                   Department/                                FY 2004              FY 2005                   FY 2006                 FY 2006
                  Spending Unit                                Actual         Approved Budget               Requested               Approved
                                                            Expenditures                                     Budget                  Budget
Reserve – Bond Rating                                                        0               370,000               370,000                 370,000
                                                   Program Description/Highlights
The Bond Rating Reserve is a fund separate from the Rainy Day Reserve and represents a designation of fund balance. The reserve is set at
6% of general fund revenues. The approved budget allocates $370,000 to fund an addition to this reserve, which will bring the total reserve to
approximately $8.6 million.




St. Mary's County, Maryland                                                                       Fiscal Year 2006 Budget
              ENTERPRISE AND
           SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
         Enterprise funds are used to account for certain services and programs which are operated
similar to separate business enterprises. User fees and charges are levied at rates necessary to
cover the costs of operation; thus enterprise fund activities are not dependent on taxes for their
operating revenue.

        The Department of Recreation and Parks operates two enterprise funds. The Recreation
and Parks Activity Fund accounts for the operation of numerous countywide recreation programs.
The Wicomico Shores Enterprise Fund accounts for the operations of the County's public golf
course.

       The operation of an adult day care program is accounted for in the Office on Aging/Medical
Adult Day Care Fund. This program, formerly known as Southern Maryland Independent Life
Environment (SMILE), is supported by client fees and Medicaid payments.

         The Miscellaneous Revolving Fund is a special revenue fund established to account for
certain earmarked revenue sources designated to finance particular functions or activities.

       The Special Assessment Fund is used to account for the provision and financing of public
improvements which primarily benefit the particular tax payers against whose properties special
assessments are levied.

         The Emergency Services Support Fund is a separate fund to collect distributions from the
Treasurer of the Emergency Services Support tax and expend resources for Advanced Life Support,
LOSAP and operating allocations to Volunteer Fire & Rescue departments. This also funds the
principal and interest on Revolving Loan Program.
                    RECREATION AND PARKS ENTERPRISE FUND

                                               FY2004           FY2005           FY2006               FY2006
    Sources and Uses of Funds                  Actual          Approved         Requested            Approved
                                                                Budget           Budget               Budget

Sources of Funds
  Charges for Service                          $2,140,718        $2,846,163         $3,033,339          $3,033,339
  Grants                                           27,704            40,135             44,947              44,947

      Total Sources of Funds                   $2,168,422        $2,886,298         $3,078,286          $3,078,286

Uses of Funds
  Programs, including depreciation             $2,239,412        $2,859,613         $3,067,868          $3,067,868

      Total Uses of Funds                      $2,239,412        $2,859,613         $3,067,868          $3,067,868

Revenues Over(Under) Expenditures                 ($70,990)         $26,685            $10,418             $10,418


Fund Equity (deficit) at June 30                 ($100,115)        ($73,430)          ($63,012)            ($63,012)



The Recreation Activity Fund is a separate enterprise fund established to account for programs offered through the
Recreation Division which are financed by fees established for the different activities. The programs are categorized
into the following area: Childcare, Leisure Services, Special Facilities, Therapeutic Recreation, and Sports. The
increase is a result of the Summer of Safety Arts and Reading Program (SOSAR) being included i n the Recreation
Division Activity Fund and increase in the Youth and Adult Leisure Programs offerings.
                WICOMICO SHORES GOLF ENTERPRISE FUND

                                                    FY 2004        FY 2005  FY 2006   FY 2006
      Sources and Uses of Funds                      Actual       Approved Requested Approved
                                                                   Budget   Budget    Budget
Revenues
  Golf Operations                                     $845,960       $954,450        $957,950         $957,950
  Restaurant                                           218,111        218,500         219,500          219,500
  Interest Income                                        4,578         11,500          10,000           10,000
  Golf Shop                                             52,669         72,300          74,200           74,200

      Total Revenues                                $1,121,318     $1,256,750      $1,261,650       $1,261,650

   Golf Operations                                    $115,362       $134,728        $140,638         $140,638
   Greens and Grounds                                  374,480        417,658         440,089          440,089
   Restaurant                                          180,267        190,456         196,063          196,063
   House                                                59,034         79,720          72,220           72,220
   Administration                                      248,079        158,421         284,372          165,537
   Golf Shop                                            32,428         38,280          36,513           36,513
   Capital / depreciation                               (3,634)       100,000          40,000           40,000

   Expenditures, excluding debt service             $1,006,016     $1,119,263      $1,209,895       $1,091,060

   Debt Service - Equipment Lease Payments              20,302                         40,000           40,000
   Debt Service - principal                                  0          57,424              0           57,424
   Debt Service - interest                                   0          61,195              0           61,195
Total Expenditures                                   1,026,318       1,237,882      1,249,895        1,249,679


Fund Equity at June 30,
                                                      $547,867       $724,159        $815,914         $873,554
exclusive of net capital assets



The operations of the Wicomico Shores Golf Enterprise Fund are financed primarily from greens and cart and
rental fees generated through golf course operations and the revenue collections from the restaurant, banquet
facility and golf shop. The increase for FY2006 is attributable to merit, cola and health benefit increases; fuel
and electric rate changes. The budget numbers include an assumed level of debt service payments that
would be required to fund the exempt financing which is intended to be used for the replacement of the club
house. A final decision on this project has not yet been made. All expenditures, including debt service on the
financing, are to be funded by net revenues of the golf course operation. The net investment in capital assets
at June 30, 2004 was $2,592,885.
            MEDICAL ADULT DAY CARE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND

                                                  FY 2004           FY 2005          FY 2006   FY 2006
     Sources and Uses of Funds                     Actual          Approved         Requested Approved
                                                                    Budget           Budget    Budget

Sources of Funds
  Charges for Service                                $117,451           $130,817       $143,220           $81,819
  Grants                                              634,820            786,091        704,050           670,384
  Transfers - General Fund                             31,500            111,500        111,500           620,507

      Total Sources of Funds                         $783,771         $1,028,408       $958,770       $1,372,710

Uses of Funds
  Programs                                           $862,579           $939,701       $915,969         $783,703

      Total Uses of Funds                            $862,579           $939,701       $915,969         $783,703

      Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures              ($78,808)          $88,707        $42,801         $589,007


Fund Equity (deficit) at June 30                     ($589,007)        ($500,300)     ($457,499)          $88,707



A special revenue fund is established to account for revenues from earmarked revenue sources which are
designated to finance particular functions or activities of government. The Medical Adult Day Center Special
Revenue Fund finances the Department on Aging Medical Adult Day Care Program. This program provides a
wide range of supportive health and social services during the day to the mentally or physically handicapped
adults of St. Mary's County in order to prevent or postpone institutionalization. The program operates two centers -
the Ripple Center serving the northern section of the County, and the Weisman Center located in the Chancellor's
Run Activity Center. Funding for the program is through the Medical Assistance Program, private-payment,
grants, and County general funds. As of July 1, 2005, the two centers will be merged to serve the average daily 46
clients. Fund balance of $589,007 is appropriated from the County's General Fund to be transferred to this fund to
eliminate deficit accumulated as of June 30, 2004.
                            MISCELLANEOUS REVOLVING FUND

                                                FY 2004          FY 2005         FY2006             FY 2006
     Sources and Uses of Funds                   Actual         Approved        Requested          Approved
                                                                 Budget          Budget             Budget
Sources of Funds
  Charges for Services                              $65,971         $213,300         $216,200            $216,200

   Total Sources of Funds                           $65,971         $213,300         $216,200            $216,200

Uses of Funds
  Miscellaneous Programs                            $44,510         $252,182         $261,565            $260,446

   Total Uses of Funds                              $44,510         $252,182         $261,565            $260,446

     Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures             $21,461         ($38,882)        ($45,365)           ($44,246)


Fund Equity at June 30                             $129,513          $90,631          $45,266             $46,385



The Miscellaneous Revolving Fund is a special revenue fund established to account for certain earmarked revenue
sources designated to finance particular functions or activities including the County vehicle gas pump operation,
Department on Aging events and programs, Community Services special events, and the drug enforcement/education
fund. The increased expenditures budgeted in FY2005 and FY2006 are from the State's Attorney Drug and Education
Fund. Excess revenues were collected in FY2000 and FY2001 and expenses have been increased to use these
revenues.
                     EMERGENCY SERVICES SUPPORT FUND
Effective beginning July 1, 2004, the budget incorporates the Emergency Services Tax legislation, which dedicates a
funding stream for the County’s emergency services activities and organizations. By identifying a special tax, based
on assessed property values, the Commissioners set into place a funding mechanism to allow emergency services
organizations, including fire and rescue, to plan for the future. The Emergency Services Tax, as a group, includes
the existing Fire Tax, the Rescue Tax, and this Emergency Services Support Tax.

The Emergency Services Tax- Support Services is assessed at a rate of $0.016 on each $100 dollars of assessable
and personal property. The funds are remitted by the Treasurer and credited to this fund. Revenues generated are
budgeted to support base allocations of $23,000 and $19,000 to each fire department and rescue squad,
respectively, as well as for the other purposes listed below.


                                                     FY 2005                FY 2006                FY 2006
     Sources and Uses of Funds                      Approved               Requested              Approved
                                                     Budget                 Budget                 Budget

Sources of Funds
Emergency Services – Support Tax                           1,027,300              1,099,211              1,109,262
Grant                                                              0                 28,725                 28,725
      Total Sources of Funds                               1,027,300              1,127,936              1,137,987
Uses of Funds
Advanced Life Support                                         90,408                101,813                103,608
Emergency Services                                            18,470                 79,670                 29,570
Fire Department Operating Allocation                         207,000                207,000                207,000
Fire Department LOSAP Allocation                             299,108                316,388                317,588
Rescue Squad Operating                                       133,000                133,000                133,000
Rescue Squad LOSAP                                            89,338                 94,950                 97,050
F & R Revolving Loan Fund, Debt Service                      147,022                183,312                183,312
ALS Educational Assistance                                        0                  45,000                 45,000
Grant                                                             0                  63,790                 63,790

      Total Use of Funds                                     984,346              1,281,455              1,179,918

        Revenues Over(Under) Expenditures                     42,954              (153,519)               (41,931)

Balance at June 30                                            42,954              (110,565)                  1,023
                                              FIRE TAX

According to the St. Mary's County Code, a Fire Tax is to be assessed on every $100 of assessed
valuation of all real and personal property. The proceeds from the tax are distributed to those fire
companies located in the election districts in which the money is collected. The fire companies submit an
annual budget and audit report to the Board of County Commissioners. The funds received by the fire
companies and approved by the County Commissioners shall be used for the purpose of purchasing,
repairing, replacing, operating, maintaining and housing their fire-fighting equipment and apparatus, and for
the training of new volunteer firefighters.

  DISTRICT                                           NUMBER OF                       RATES
                                                     PROPERTIES
  1st Election District - Ridge                           3,670         3.6¢ per $100 of assessment
  2nd Election District – Valley Lee                      3,478         4.4¢ per $100 of assessment
  3rd Election District - Leonardtown                     5,883         2.4¢ per $100 of assessment
  4th Election District - Chaptico                        4,671         4.4¢ per $100 of assessment*
  5th Election District - Mechanicsville                  4,785         4.4¢ per $100 of assessment
  6th Election District - Hollywood                       5,350         4.4¢ per $100 of assessment
  7th Election District - Avenue                          3,216         4.4¢ per $100 of assessment
  8th Election District – Lexington Park                  10,621        5.0¢ per $100 of assessment
  9th Election District – St. George Island                237          3.6¢ per $100 of assessment

   Bay District increased their rate from $.044 to $.050 per $100 of assessed value, effective July 1, 2005.

Note:     The volunteer fire companies submitted estimated FY 2006 operating budgets to the
          County which total $4,725,920 in aggregate spending. The companies have estimated
          revenues from the fire and emergency services support tax estimated at $2,975,647,
          or approximately 63% of total revenue support.
                                         RESCUE TAX
Effective beginning July 1, 2004, the budget incorporates the Emergency Services Tax legislation, which
dedicates a funding stream for the County’s emergency services activities and organizations. By identifying
a special tax, based on assessed property values, the Commissioners set into place a funding mechanism
to allow emergency services organizations, including fire and rescue, to plan for the future. The Emergency
Services Tax, as a group, includes the existing Fire Tax, this Rescue Tax, and the Emergency Services
Support Tax.


The Rescue Tax is assessed at a rate per $100 of assessed valuation of all real and personal property on
property in each election district, as identified below. The proceeds from the tax are distributed by the
Treasurer to those rescue squads located in the election districts in which the money is collected. The
Rescue Squads submit an annual budget and audit report to support the expenditure of these funds, which
are to be used for the purpose of purchasing, repairing, replacing, operating, maintaining and housing their
Rescue equipment, and for the training of volunteer Rescue Personnel.

         DISTRICT                          NUMBER OF                          RATES
                                           PROPERTIES
         1st Election District                    3,670         .8¢ per $100 of assessment
         2nd Election District                    3,478         .8¢ per $100 of assessment
         3rd Election District                    5,883         .9¢ per $100 of assessment
         4th Election District                    4,671         .8¢ per $100 of assessment*
         5th Election District                    4,785         .8¢ per $100 of assessment
         6th Election District                    5,350         1.1¢ per $100 of assessment
         7th Election District                    3,216         .8¢ per $100 of assessment
         8th Election District                   10,621         1.1¢ per $100 of assessment
         9th Election District                     237          .8¢ per $100 of assessment

Note:     The Volunteer Rescue Squads submitted estimated FY 2006 operating budgets to the
          County which total $1,573,043 in aggregate spending. The companies have estimated
          revenues from the rescue and emergency services support tax to amount to $789,473
          or approximately 50% of total revenue support.
                                       SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FUND

        In St. Mary's County there are four distinct classifications of special assessments. These include: Shore erosion
control, Roadway improvements and lighting, Storm water drainage, and Waterway dredging. Following are the current
districts:


                                                      NUMBER OF
   DISTRICT                                           PROPERTIES                             RATES

Breton Bay Shore Erosion                                         25               Group A -- 15 -- $413.97/yr. - through 2006.
                                                                                  Group B -- 10 -- $137.99/yr. - through 2006.

Jefferson Island Erosion                                          1               Varying amounts each year through 2015

Tall Timbers Erosion #2                                           8               $8.85 per front foot - 25 years through 2011

Tall Timbers Erosion #3                                          62               $115.33 per front lot - 25 years through 2015
                                                                                  $57.28 per back lot - 25 years through 2015.

Duke Drive                                                       10               $67.29 per lot - 20 years through 2008

Southhampton Lighting                                            75               $19.76 per lot - prior year SMECO charges

Kline Drive                                                       9               $100.48 per lot - 20 years through 2009

Scott Circle                                                     24               $130.76 per lot - 20 years through 2012

Roof Top Circle                                                   7               $237.80 per lot - 20 years through 2014

Miles Drive                                                       5               $270.24 per lot - 20 years through 2015

Rosebank Village                                                  9               $342.65 per lot - 20 years through 2018.

Cloverdale Acres                                                  7               $512.75 per lot - 20 years through 2018.

Wicomico Shores                                                 411               $228.73 per lot - 20 years through 2018.

Hollywood Shores                                                210               $39.47 per owner (plus annual maintenance
                                                                                  and inspection fee) - 15 years through 2013.

Mallard Creek                                                     8               $259.26 per owner – 20 years through 2018.

Little Kingston Creek                                            21               $136.35 per owner – 20 years through 2018.

Mulberry South                                                   23               $286.76 per owner - 20 years through 2020.


Depending upon the type of special assessment, the project may require interfund loans. Provision is then made for the benefiting property owner
to normally pay installments through the property tax system on an annual basis. Debt Service required in FY 2006 for existing Special
Assessment will be $57,880.
               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND

        The St. Mary's County Code requires the annual adoption by the
Board of County Commissioners of a separate capital budget and program.
The capital budget is the plan of the County to receive and expend funds
for capital projects during the first fiscal year included in the capital
program. The capital program is the plan of the County to receive and
expend funds for capital projects during the fiscal year covered by the
capital budget and the succeeding five years thereafter.

          The following pages are divided into three sections:

          1)    Fiscal Year 2006 Approved Capital Budget - by project and
                funding source

          2)    Fiscal Year 2007 – Fiscal Year 2011 Approved Capital
                Program

          3)    Detail project information showing funding sources and
                uses throughout the period covered by the budget and
                plan are categorized according to the following project
                classifications:

                     Public Facilities
                     Marine
                     Highways
                     Solid Waste
                     Land Conservation
                     Recreation and Parks
                     Public Landings
                     Public Schools

       Projects are shown for the approved FY 2006 appropriation year as
well as the planned projects for fiscal years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and
2011. Approved financing is presented in total for each of the respective
years.

      Capital project expenditures and revenues are accounted for in a
separate Capital Improvements Fund.
      FISCAL YEAR 2006 CAPITAL BUDGET - PROJECTS


                             Highways
                               7.5%

                                                        Public
                                                       Facilities
                                                        32.2%
   Public
  Schools
   43.5%




                                                     Recreation &
               Solid Waste                              Parks
                                         Land           6.4%
                   1.5%        Marine Conservation
                               1.8%      7.1%




Public Schools                                 $ 16,524,570
Public Facilities                                12,233,660
Highways                                          2,838,455
Land Conservation                                 2,711,000
Recreation & Parks (including Public Landings)    2,428,000
Marine                                              699,000
Solid Waste                                         519,000

            Total FY2006 Capital Budget          $ 37,953,685
   FISCAL YEAR 2006 CAPITAL BUDGET - FUNDING SOURCES



                                              Transfer tax
   County Bonds                                  9.4%
      36.7%



                                                         Pay - Go
                                                          8.3%



Impact Fees
                                                      Other Local
   4.9%
                                                       Sources
                                                         7.3%

                            State & Federal
                                 Funds
                                 33.4%




  State & Federal Funds                        $ 12,662,277
  Local Funds:
      County Bonds                                13,940,967
      Transfer Taxes                               3,584,642
      Pay Go                                       3,151,010
      Impact Fees - Schools                          855,098
      Impact Fees - Parks                            500,000
      Impact Fees - Roads                            494,691

  Other Local Sources                               2,765,000

              Total Capital Budget Revenues    $ 37,953,685
                                             ST. MARY'S COUNTY APPROVED FY 2006
                                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET

                                                   Approved
                                                                                                Funding Sources
                                                    Budget
               CAPITAL PROJECT                       FY06       Bonds       X-fer Tax       Impact Fees   Pay-Go       State /Fed   Other
PUBLIC FACILITIES
 Charlotte Hall Welcome Center                        437,000     422,240            0               0       14,760             0           0
  Lexington Manor - EDI                               736,560           0            0               0            0       736,560           0
 County Office Bldg. HVAC Renov & Addition          2,435,000           0            0               0    2,435,000             0           0
 ADC Maintenance & Repairs                            251,850     251,850            0               0            0             0           0
 Carter State Office Building Maint. & Repairs        354,000           0            0               0            0       354,000           0
 ADC - Booking / Inmate Processing Area               250,000     125,000            0               0            0       125,000           0
 Building Maintenance & Repairs (critical)            114,000     114,000            0               0            0             0           0
 Naval Air Museum & Visitor's Center                7,325,000     975,000            0               0            0     4,375,000   1,975,000
 Parking and Site Improvements                        290,250           0            0               0            0       290,250           0
  Library system assessment                            40,000           0       40,000               0            0             0           0
              Total Public Facilities              12,233,660   1,888,090       40,000               0    2,449,760     5,880,810   1,975,000

MARINE
 St. Jeromes Creek Dredging                          585,000           0                0            0             0      585,000           0
  Gibson Road Shore Erosion Control                   60,000           0                0            0             0       60,000           0
  Holly Point                                         54,000      54,000                0            0             0            0           0
                 Total Marine                        699,000      54,000                0            0             0      645,000           0

HIGHWAYS
 Asphalt Overlay                                      750,000           0      375,000                0     375,000             0           0
 Modified Seal                                        250,000           0      250,000                0           0             0           0
 County Mapping                                       100,000           0      100,000                0           0             0           0
 Streetscape Improvements                              80,000           0       80,000                0           0             0           0
 Pegg Road Extension to Route 5                       473,455           0            0           94,691           0       378,764           0
 Removal of Roadside Obstacles                        260,000           0      260,000                0           0             0           0
 Tulagi Place Revitalization                          775,000           0            0          400,000     326,250        48,750           0
 Transportation Plan Update                           150,000           0      150,000                0           0             0           0
                 Total Highways                     2,838,455           0    1,215,000          494,691     701,250       427,514           0

SOLID WASTE
 St. Andrews Landfill Area D/Future Exp/Closures      519,000    385,000                0            0             0      134,000           0
               Total Solid Waste                      519,000    385,000                0            0             0      134,000           0

LAND CONSERVATION
 Land Preservation Programs                         2,711,000           0     571,000                0             0    1,350,000    790,000
           Total Land Conservation                  2,711,000           0     571,000                0             0    1,350,000    790,000

RECREATION & PARKS
 Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Phase II               500,000    100,000            0           100,000            0      300,000           0
 Three Notch Trail                                    475,000          0       50,000           200,000            0      225,000           0
 Wicomico courts replacement                           50,000          0       50,000                 0            0            0           0
 Mansfield Property Canoe/Kayak Launch                 25,000          0       25,000                 0            0            0           0
 Seventh District Park                                600,000    275,000            0           200,000            0      125,000           0
     Total Parks Acquisition /Development           1,650,000    375,000      125,000           500,000            0      650,000           0

PUBLIC LANDINGS
 Leonardtown Wharf/ Park                             250,000            0     250,000                0             0            0           0
 Derelict Boat Removal                                30,000            0           0                0             0       30,000           0
 Patuxent River Public Landing                       300,000            0           0                0             0      300,000           0
 Paul Ellis Pier Replacement                          99,000            0           0                0             0       99,000           0
 Tall Timbers Pier Replacement                        99,000            0           0                0             0       99,000           0
               Total Public Landings                 778,000            0     250,000                0             0      528,000           0
                                              ST. MARY'S COUNTY APPROVED FY 2006
                                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET

                                                   Approved
                                                                                                Funding Sources
                                                    Budget
               CAPITAL PROJECT                       FY06         Bonds        X-fer Tax    Impact Fees   Pay-Go       State /Fed     Other
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
 Margaret Brent Middle Addition/Renov.              1,144,000       916,047             0             0            0      227,953             0
 Carver ES - replacement                            5,108,080     3,063,080             0             0            0    2,045,000             0
 Leonardtown ES - Site Parking/ Building Mod.       1,402,000     1,009,902             0       392,098            0            0             0
 First New Elementary School (646 capacity)           868,000       174,848       230,152       463,000            0            0             0
 K Addition - Piney Point ES                          672,000       308,000             0             0            0      364,000             0
 K Addition - Town Creek ES                           361,000       180,000             0             0            0      181,000             0
 AHERA Project - Green Holly ES                       355,000             0       355,000             0            0            0             0
 State Relocatables - Leonardtown MS                  206,000             0       134,000             0            0       72,000             0
 State Relocatables - Leonardtown HS                  206,000             0       134,000             0            0       72,000             0
 Great Mills HS - Gym Floor                           170,000             0        85,000             0            0       85,000             0
 Ridge ES - Site Parking                              441,000       441,000             0             0            0            0             0
  Bethune Educational Center - Roof Systemic          163,000       163,000             0             0            0            0             0
 Site acquisition (consolidated: ES (3), HS(1) )    4,678,000     4,678,000             0             0            0            0             0
 Relocatables - for various sites                     445,490             0       445,490             0            0            0             0
 ADA transition                                       305,000       305,000             0             0            0            0             0
                Total Public Schools               16,524,570    11,238,877     1,383,642       855,098            0    3,046,953             0




Public Facilities                                   12,233,660     1,888,090       40,000             0    2,449,760     5,880,810    1,975,000
Land Conservation                                    2,711,000             0      571,000             0            0     1,350,000      790,000
Marine                                                 699,000        54,000            0             0            0       645,000            0
Highways                                             2,838,455             0    1,215,000       494,691      701,250       427,514            0
Solid Waste                                            519,000       385,000            0             0            0       134,000            0
Parks Acquisition & Development                      1,650,000       375,000      125,000       500,000            0       650,000            0
Public Landings                                        778,000             0      250,000             0            0       528,000            0
Public Schools                                      16,524,570    11,238,877    1,383,642       855,098            0     3,046,953            0
             Total Capital Projects                37,953,685    13,940,967    3,584,642     1,849,789    3,151,010    12,662,277    2,765,000
             FISCAL YEAR 2007 - FISCAL YEAR 2011
                CAPITAL PROGRAM - PROJECTS

                                      Highways
     Public Facilities                  9.9%
          18.5%
                                                 Land Conservation
                                                      11.6%


                                                          Marine
                                                          0.7%


                                                        Solid Waste
                                                            0.4%

                                                     Recreation &
     Public Schools
                                                        Parks
         54.8%
                                                        4.1%




Public Schools                                 $ 67,958,000
Public Facilities                                22,908,464
Highways                                         12,320,435
Land Conservation                                14,425,000
Recreation & Parks (Including Public Landings)    5,082,555
Marine                                              922,500
Solid Waste                                         505,000

Total Capital Program FY2007 to FY2011            $ 124,121,954
           FISCAL YEAR 2007 – FISCAL YEAR 2011
            CAPITAL PLAN - FUNDING SOURCES


                             County Bonds
                                21.6%
   Impact Fees
      15.4%
                                              Pay Go
                                               2.0%

 Other
 2.5%
                                               Transfer Taxes
                                                   14.5%




         State & Federal
              Funds
             44.0%




State & Federal Funds                       $ 54,670,062
Local Funds:
    County Bonds                              26,755,508
    Transfer Taxes                            18,015,358
    Pay Go                                     2,500,000
    Impact Fees - Schools                     15,142,250
    Impact Fees - Parks                        2,350,000
    Impact Fees - Roads                        1,663,776

Other                                          3,025,000

          Total Capital Budget Revenues     $ 124,121,954
                                                    ST. MARY'S COUNTY
                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND 5-YEAR PLAN
                                                     APPROVED FY 2006

                                                   Approved
                                                                               Approved 5 - Year Capital Plan
                                                    Budget

                 CAPITAL PROJECT                    FY06         FY07        FY08           FY09            FY10          FY11
PUBLIC FACILITIES
 Charlotte Hall Welcome Center                         437,000           0           0              0               0             0
  Lexington Manor - EDI                                736,560           0           0              0               0             0
 County Office Bldg HVAC Renov & Addition            2,435,000           0           0              0               0             0
 ADC Maintenance & Repairs                             251,850      92,000     103,500        115,000         240,000             0
 Carter State Office Building Maint. & Repairs         354,000     322,500     308,800        397,500         279,000       300,000
 ADC - Booking / Inmate Processing Area                250,000           0   1,325,000      1,325,000         100,000             0
 Building Maintenance & Repair (critical)              114,000      42,000     150,000        219,600          90,000       210,000
 Naval Air Museum & Visitor's Center                 7,325,000     650,000           0              0               0             0
 Parking and Site Improvements                         290,250           0      50,000              0          50,000             0
  Library system assessment                             40,000           0           0              0               0             0
 Airport Improvements                                        0     150,000           0        150,000               0       150,000
 College of So. Md., Wellness & Pool                         0   7,137,564      50,000              0               0             0
 Airport Master Plan                                         0     145,000   1,200,000        115,000       4,155,000       786,000
 ADC -locking mechanisms/security cameras                    0           0           0      1,250,000       1,250,000             0
                Total Public Facilities             12,233,660   8,539,064   3,187,300      3,572,100       6,164,000     1,446,000

MARINE
 St. Jeromes Creek Dredging                           585,000           0           0               0            15,000          0
  Gibson Road Shore Erosion Control                    60,000           0           0               0                 0          0
  Holly Point                                          54,000           0           0               0                 0          0
 Patuxent Beach Road Revetment                              0     645,000           0               0                 0          0
 Hollis Lake Inlet                                          0      64,500           0               0                 0          0
 Thomas Road Revetment                                      0     198,000           0               0                 0          0
                   Total Marine                       699,000     907,500           0               0            15,000          0

HIGHWAYS
 Asphalt Overlay                                       750,000     750,000     750,000        750,000         750,000       750,000
 Modified Seal                                         250,000     250,000     250,000        250,000         250,000       250,000
 County Mapping                                        100,000      80,000      80,000              0          80,000        80,000
 Streetscape Improvements                               80,000      80,000           0         80,000               0        80,000
 Pegg Road Extension to Route 5                        473,455     355,941     903,862              0       1,825,941     1,689,191
 Removal of Roadside Obstacles                         260,000           0     260,000              0         260,000             0
 Tulagi Place Revitalization                           775,000           0           0        240,000         280,000             0
 Transportation Plan Update                            150,000           0      50,000         50,000          50,000             0
 Bridge / Culvert Replacement                                0     157,000      20,000              0         200,000             0
 Regional Stormwater Mgmt Facility                           0     250,000     168,500              0               0             0
                   Total Highways                    2,838,455   1,922,941   2,482,362      1,370,000       3,695,941     2,849,191

SOLID WASTE
 St. Andrews Landfill Area D/Future Exp/Closures       519,000    405,000            0        100,000                0           0
                Total Solid Waste                      519,000    405,000            0        100,000                0           0

LAND CONSERVATION
 Land Preservation Programs                          2,711,000   2,721,000   2,731,000      2,741,000       2,751,000     2,761,000
 Soil Survey                                                 0           0     360,000        360,000               0             0
             Total Land Conservation                 2,711,000   2,721,000   3,091,000      3,101,000       2,751,000     2,761,000

RECREATION & PARKS
 Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Phase II                500,000    100,000      125,000              0                 0           0
 Three Notch Trail                                     475,000    400,000      400,000        400,000           400,000     400,000
 Wicomico courts replacement                            50,000          0            0              0                 0           0
 Mansfield Property Canoe/Kayak Launch                  25,000          0            0              0                 0           0
 Seventh District Park                                 600,000          0            0              0                 0           0
 Tennis courts replacement                                   0     60,000            0              0                 0           0
  Piney Point Shore Erosion                                  0    235,445       14,110              0                 0           0
 Myrtle Point Park                                           0          0            0              0           250,000     500,000
 Central County Park                                         0          0            0              0                 0     300,000
 St. Mary's Gymnastics Center                                0          0            0              0                 0     150,000
       Total Parks Acquisition /Development          1,650,000    795,445      539,110        400,000           650,000   1,350,000
                                                      ST. MARY'S COUNTY
                                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND 5-YEAR PLAN
                                                       APPROVED FY 2006

                                                      Approved
                                                                                      Approved 5 - Year Capital Plan
                                                       Budget

                CAPITAL PROJECT                         FY06         FY07           FY08           FY09            FY10          FY11
PUBLIC LANDINGS
 Leonardtown Wharf/ Park                                 250,000             0              0              0                0           0
 Derelict Boat Removal                                    30,000        30,000         30,000         30,000           30,000      30,000
 Patuxent River Public Landing                           300,000       200,000        200,000        600,000                0           0
 Paul Ellis Pier Replacement                              99,000             0              0              0                0           0
 Tall Timbers Pier Replacement                            99,000             0              0              0                0           0
 Clark's Landing Boat Ramp                                     0        99,000         99,000              0                0           0
                 Total Public Landings                   778,000       329,000        329,000        630,000           30,000      30,000

PUBLIC SCHOOLS
 Margaret Brent Middle Addition/Renov.                  1,144,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Carver ES - replacement                                5,108,080       78,000               0             0               0             0
 Leonardtown ES - Site Parking/ Building Mod.           1,402,000    8,361,000       3,694,000             0               0             0
 First New Elementary School                              868,000    6,358,000      10,362,000             0               0             0
 K Addition - Piney Point ES                              672,000            0               0             0               0             0
 K Addition - Town Creek ES                               361,000            0               0             0               0             0
 AHERA Project - Green Holly ES                           355,000            0               0             0               0             0
 State Relocatables - Leonardtown MS                      206,000            0               0             0               0             0
 State Relocatables - Leonardtown HS                      206,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Great Mills HS - Gym Floor                               170,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Ridge ES - Site Parking                                  441,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Bethune Educational Center - Roof Systemic               163,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Site acquisition                                       4,678,000            0               0             0               0             0
 Relocatables - for various sites                         445,490      450,000         450,000       450,000         450,000       450,000
 ADA transition                                           305,000      450,000         500,000       550,000         550,000       550,000
 Spring Ridge MS - HVAC Systemic                                0    3,432,000               0             0               0             0
 Oakville ES - HVAC Systemic                                    0    1,244,000               0             0               0             0
 Chopticon HS - Gym Floor                                       0      170,000               0             0               0             0
 Greenview Knolls ES - HVAC Systemic                            0            0       1,440,000             0               0             0
 Second New Elementary School (646 capacity)                    0            0               0       609,000         483,000    12,070,000
 High School (1,200 capacity)                                   0            0               0       390,000         525,000     1,565,000
 Leonardtown MS - HVAC Systemic Renovation                      0            0               0     3,432,000               0             0
 Third New Elementary School (646 capacity)                     0            0               0             0               0       609,000
        Sub-total , Schools Capital Projects           16,524,570   20,543,000      16,446,000     5,431,000       2,008,000    15,244,000
 Local Funding - APF, State Funding Shortfalls                  0            0       7,100,000     1,186,000               0             0
                  Total Public Schools                 16,524,570   20,543,000      23,546,000     6,617,000       2,008,000    15,244,000




                                                           CAPITAL PROJECT SUMMARY
Public Facilities                                      12,233,660     8,539,064     3,187,300      3,572,100       6,164,000     1,446,000
Land Conservation                                       2,711,000     2,721,000     3,091,000      3,101,000       2,751,000     2,761,000
Marine                                                    699,000       907,500             0              0          15,000             0
Highways                                                2,838,455     1,922,941     2,482,362      1,370,000       3,695,941     2,849,191
Solid Waste                                               519,000       405,000             0        100,000               0             0
Parks Acquisition & Development                         1,650,000       795,445       539,110        400,000         650,000     1,350,000
Public Landings                                           778,000       329,000       329,000        630,000          30,000        30,000
Public Schools                                         16,524,570    20,543,000    23,546,000      6,617,000       2,008,000    15,244,000
                        Total                          37,953,685    36,162,950    33,174,772     15,790,100      15,313,941    23,680,191

                                                 CAPITAL PROJECT SUMMARY - BY SOURCE OF FUNDS
State/Federal                                           12,662,277  16,353,739     13,983,241      7,658,250       6,572,191    10,102,641
Impact Fees - Schools                                      855,098   2,016,848      7,100,000        269,152       1,008,000     4,748,250
Impact Fees -Roads                                         494,691     230,000        250,000        240,000         450,000       493,776
Impact Fees - Parks                                        500,000     250,000        250,000        700,000         450,000       700,000
Transfer Taxes                                           3,584,642   3,595,390      3,594,921      3,624,523       3,601,750     3,598,774
Ag/Recordation                                             790,000     455,000        465,000        475,000         485,000       495,000
Pay-Go                                                   3,151,010     500,000        500,000        500,000         500,000       500,000
Bonds                                                   13,940,967  12,111,973      7,031,610      2,323,175       2,247,000     3,041,750
Other (Navy Museum)                                      1,975,000     650,000               0              0               0            0
                        Total                            37,953,685  36,162,950     33,174,772     15,790,100      15,313,941    23,680,191
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                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Charlotte Hall Welcome Center                                                  PF-0501                                 Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Adapt the county-owned site and building situated on a 3.2 acre parcel for use as a gateway visitors center.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The project is consistent with the St. Mary's County Economic Development Strategy adopted in February 2002, Item 5: Eliminate Gaps in Infrastructure, identified
as "poorly developed gateways" and linked to objective: Develop access point visitor centers.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.4.CPolicy: Provide information Centers and Signage 3.1.4.C.i. Encourage tourism by promoting the tri-county region's historical and natural assets.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
Parcel is located along the southbound



                                               Total       Prior         FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project     Approval       Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                           75,000      75,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
RESTRICTIVE USE AGREEMENT                       80,000      80,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                   587,000     150,000         437,000            0             0            0          0              0           0
EXTEND FIBER TO SITE                            25,000      25,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
INSPECTION / TESTING                            12,000      12,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
EQUIPMENT & UTILITIES                           30,000      30,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
EXHIBITS / TRAILS                               35,000      35,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
CONTINGENCIES                                   30,000      30,000               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                    874,000     437,000         437,000            0             0            0          0              0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total       Prior         FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project     Approval       Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                 859,240     437,000        422,240             0             0            0          0              0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                  0          0               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0          0               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                         14,760           0          14,760            0             0            0          0              0           0
STATE FUNDS - POS                                     0          0               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
STATE/FEDERAL (State Bond)                            0          0               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0          0               0            0             0            0          0              0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    874,000     437,000        437,000             0             0            0          0              0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                               PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Charlotte Hall Welcome Center                                                PF-0501                                 Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The 3 1/2 story wood frame brick veneer structure was the former Headmaster's House for the Charlotte Hall Military Academy and was later renovated under an
agreement with the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services and used as the Tri-County Youth Services Building. The project as planned anticipates completion
in the spring of 2006.
Project includes foundation drains, electric service upgrade, window replacement, interior renovations, an addition for added exhibit space, signage, sheriff
substation, HVAC upgrades, slate roofing, new septic field, pavers and exhibits.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                        IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
DESCRIPTION                                                              FY 2006      FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                0            0            0            0            0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                        0            0            0            0            0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000       20,000            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                      15,000       15,000       15,000       15,000       15,000            0
UTILITIES                                                                 25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                          0            0            0            0            0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             0            0            0            0            0            0
TOTAL COSTS                                                               60,000       60,000       60,000       60,000       60,000            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Mode of operation/staffing yet to be determined. Staffing cost provided is based on current costs associated with St. Mary's County Chamber of Commerce
provision of visitor services. There will likely be a strong volunteer component to staffing.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Lexington Manor - EDI                                                         PF- 0601                              Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Federal Economic Development Initiative (EDI) funding for Lexington Manor redevelopment. Funds to be applied to demolition expenses on both the Northern
and Southern Parcels.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The redevelopment of Lexington Manor is the top community priority of the Board of County Commissioners (adopted July 15, 2003), the Economic
Development Council and the Southern Maryland Navy Alliance in support of continued economic vitality in the defense sector. The project will protect the Air
Installation Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ) , safeguard the economic contribution of the Navy, and contribute to the revitalization of Lexington Park.


Compliance with Comprehensive Plan Section
IV.4.1.3.D. Assure a safe and adequate housing stock for residents. IV.5.1.2.A: Emphasize both quality fo life and economic development in revitalizing
existing communities.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
Lexington Park, Eighth Election District



                                               Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011Complete
ACQUISITION                                          0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
DEMOLITION                                     736,560           0       736,560            0             0            0          0               0       0
CONSTRUCTION                                         0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
INSPECTION                                           0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
UTILITIES                                            0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
EQUIPMENT                                            0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
OTHER                                                0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
TOTAL COSTS                                    736,560           0       736,560            0             0            0          0               0       0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                       0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                 0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
  IMPACT FEES                                        0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
STATE FUNDS                                          0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                  736,560           0       736,560            0             0            0          0               0       0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0           0             0            0             0            0          0               0       0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    736,560           0       736,560            0             0            0          0               0       0
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Lexington Manor - EDI                                                           PF- 0601                                Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Funds will be provided in two grants, one $240,560 and the other $496,000. These funds are committed in the federal budget but still require a grant
application and approval by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Application materials were received in early May for the former grant.
The other application materials are expected in late May. Grant approval and final details will not be complete until late summer. It is possible that grant
requirements and project activity will dictate another use of funds at that time. For example, the original County request for EDI funding cited the ongoing need
for relocation payments, which are part of the annual operating budget. However, demolition costs, including asbestos abatement, are the most logical use of
these funds at this time. This use would supplement or partially replace the County's funding committed to demolition costs.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN
These grants will be combined with the exisitng Lexington Manor projects. However, these funds were not available when the FY 2005 budget was approved.




                                                         IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                        INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                      FY 2006   FY 2007                 FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS
CONTRACTED SERVICES
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
UTILITIES
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT
OTHER (describe significant items)
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                      0             0             0            0             0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
If funds are used for demolition, there will be no operating budget impact. If they are ultimately used for relocation (operating) expenses, they would replace
FY 2006 and/or future year operating budget commitments for mandatory relocation benefits for Lexington Manor residents.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
County Office Bldg HVAC Renov. and Addition                                     PF-0502                                 Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
FY 05: Preliminary and schematic designs for a new meeting room facility to better serve the needs of the community; replacement of existing undersized and
inefficient chillers, pumps and boilers; and a separate dedicated dehumidification system to resolve long term mold and humidity problems.

FY 06: Demolish existing IT building and replace with a new 5-6,000 sf Meeting Room. Project will avoid disruption and costs associated with providing adequate
swing space during an extensive renovation project. FY 2006 project includes a 1,640 sf front porch adddition to create a formal entrance to the County Office
Building, correct effects of long-term mechanical room leakage, provide additional storage space, and create improved welcome and informational areas. The
meeting room will accomodate a capacity of 150-170 seats, the Board of County Commissioners, County Administrator and other staff. Minor interior renovations to
the County Office Building will facilitate the co-location of IT and Finance staff and general furniture replacement. A covered walkway will be provided to facilitate
pedestrian movements between buildings. The design-build construction project will also accomodate larger foundations, an elevator shaft / stairwell space and
HVAC system etc for vertical expansion(s).




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
BOCC approved Space Needs Plan of March 2001 and approved revision of July 2002.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD


                                                Total       Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project     Approval       Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
A/E & INSPECTIONS /TESTING                      150,000      36,000        114,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
DEMOLITION                                      180,000           0        180,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
FRONT PORCH ADDIITON                            245,000           0        245,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT                           200,000           0        200,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
UTILITIES/HVAC                                  520,000     114,000        406,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
NETWORK / PHONES                                 50,000           0         50,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
MEETING ROOM / ADDITION                       1,240,000           0      1,240,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                  0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   2,585,000     150,000      2,435,000            0             0            0          0               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total       Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project     Approval       Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  150,000     150,000              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                   0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                          0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                       2,435,000           0      2,435,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                            0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                          0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                          0          0              0            0             0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   2,585,000     150,000      2,435,000            0             0            0          0               0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
County Office Bldg HVAC Renov. and Addition                                   PF-0502                                  Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
There is an increased health awareness over the inability of the existing HVAC system to control humidity.
The existing HVAC system is approaching 30 years old and has outlived its useful life expectancy.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN

Meeting Room and front porch scope has been reintroduced in conjunction with the HVAC renovations.




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006   FY 2007                FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                           0         0                      0            0          0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                          0              0          0            0          0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                        10,000     10,000       10,000     10,000       10,000
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                             0              0          0            0          0            0
UTILITIES                                                                                  20,000     20,000       20,000     20,000       20,000
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                            0              0          0            0          0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                               0              0          0            0          0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                     0         30,000     30,000       30,000     30,000       30,000

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Additional maintenance, custodial care and utilities required.
Additional partial Building Services FTE required.
Greater efficiency in equipment may be offset by larger conditioned area and operations.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Adult Detention Center Maintenance & Repairs                                    PF-0504                                  Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Conduct ongoing and scheduled maintenance and repair projects for the facility. Repairs are partially reimbursable. FY 05 projects include: Replacing the water
pump system, wall dividers / repairs in the Special Operations Division, a generator for the kitchen equipment, and replacing the tile flooring in the Medical
Bathroom.

FY 06 projects include: HVAC airflow improvements in the Isolation and Segregation Cells, and Inmate shower wall upgrades to stainless steel.

FY 07 projects include: Installation of a drain in the shower room of Pod A, and concrete floor , heating / ventilation, and shelving for Headquarters and Corrections
Division records.

FY 08 projects include: Security fencing installation in Pod E Housing and Dayroom Areas, and ceiling tile / track replacement in the main hallways.

FY 09 projects include: Entrance canopies /roofs over the rear and side entrances, and replacement of the security fencing in the Outdoor Recreational Yard.

FY 10 projects include: Kitchen equipment upgrades and floor replacement.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Fulfillment of on-going maintenance obligations.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD
Governmental Center

                                                Total       Prior         FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project     Approval       Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                 0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                      0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                  1,091,000     288,650        251,850        92,000      103,500     115,000     240,000                0           0
DEMOLITION                                            0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
INSPECTION                                            0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
UTILITIES                                             0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                             0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
OTHER                                                 0           0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   1,091,000     288,650        251,850        92,000      103,500     115,000     240,000                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total       Prior         FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project     Approval       Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  976,000     288,650        251,850        92,000      103,500            0    240,000                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            115,000           0              0             0            0     115,000           0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                          0          0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                0          0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                            0          0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                          0          0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                          0          0              0             0            0            0          0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   1,091,000     288,650        251,850        92,000      103,500     115,000     240,000                0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                      CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                  PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Adult Detention Center Maintenance & Repairs                    PF-0504                           Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                               INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                              FY 2006   FY 2007   FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                   0         0         0            0          0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                          0         0         0            0          0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                              0         0         0            0          0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                             0         0         0            0          0             0
UTILITIES                                                        0         0         0            0          0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                            0         0         0            0          0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                               0         0         0            0          0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                     0         0         0            0          0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact on the Operating budget.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                            PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Carter State Office Building Maint. & Repairs                             PF-0505                               Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Conduct ongoing and scheduled maintenance and repair projects for the facility. Repairs are 100% reimbursable by the Department of General Services.
FY 05 projects include: carpet replacement in the Judges office and library, replacement of two roof top units, carpet replacement in the Public Defenders
Office, electric sub-panel installation, push plate / kick-plate replacement throughout the building, door addition in room 1101.
FY 06 projects include: Replacement of two roof top units, restroom stall replacement throughout the building, replacement of pneumatic air compressor and
all hot water heaters.
FY 07 projects include: Replacement of two roof top units, Phase I ceiling tile replacement, replacement of all exhaust fans.
FY 08 projects include: Roof replacement, sub-panel additions, replace lighting in foyer, replacement of tile in Unemployment Office, upgrade of HAVC
computer hardware / software.
FY 09 projects include: Replacing HVAC pumps, and replacement of blinds, Phase II ceiling tiles, and Courtroom 1 carpet.
 FY 10 projects include: Carpet replacement in the States Attorney's Office, replacement of all restroom faucets,
sprinkler / pump equipment upgrades, upgraded elevator and controls, and electric lock installation.
 FY 11 projects include: HVAC duct cleaning throughout, reshingling a portion of the roof, and front door replacement.


PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Provide reimbursable on-going maintenance effort in accordance with existing long term lease agreement.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1


LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD
Governmental Center

                                           Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
LAND ACQUISITION                                 0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
CONSTRUCTION                             2,263,425     301,625       354,000       322,500      308,800     397,500     279,000        300,000        0
DEMOLITION                                       0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
INSPECTION                                       0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
UTILITIES                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
EQUIPMENT                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
OTHER                                            0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
TOTAL COSTS                              2,263,425     301,625       354,000       322,500      308,800     397,500     279,000        300,000        0


FUNDING SOURCE                             Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                             0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
  IMPACT FEES                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
STATE FUNDS                              2,263,425     301,625       354,000       322,500      308,800     397,500     279,000        300,000        0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0              0        0
TOTAL FUNDS                              2,263,425     301,625       354,000       322,500      308,800     397,500     279,000        300,000        0
               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                      CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                 PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Carter State Office Building Maint. & Repairs                  PF-0505                         Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                 DESCRIPTION                                FY 2006  FY 2007   FY 2008      FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                   0        0         0            0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                         0         0         0            0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                             0         0         0            0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                            0         0         0            0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                       0         0         0            0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                           0         0         0            0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                              0         0         0            0         0            0
               TOTAL COSTS                                      0         0         0            0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact on the Operating budget.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
ADC Booking / Inmate Processing Area                                           PF-0503                                  Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Conduct a Master Plan study in FY 05 for the Adult Detention Center to advise on the conditions, needs, alterations, timing and costs for approval by the Board of
County Commissioners. In addition, perform the identified capital improvements which are anticipated and programmed to be 50% reimbursable by the State.

FY 06: Begin the design for the expansion into the Sallyport and renovation of the Booking / Inmate Processing Area (designed in the mid 1980's) to add two (2)
additional Observation Cells, remodel the Property Room to an automated property bag system, add holding cells, storage space for forms and office supplies, staff
bathroom, shift supervisor office, law enforcement officer space, interview room, and an armory.

FY 08: Begin construction of the Booking Inmate Processing Area.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Develop an approved master plan as a part of The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Local Jail Capital Improvement Request.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD


                                               Total        Prior        FY 2006                Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007  FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010             FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          300,000       50,000       250,000            0         0            0          0                   0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                      0           0             0            0         0            0          0                   0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                          0           0             0            0         0            0          0                   0           0
Booking / Inmate Processing Area             2,426,000            0             0            0 1,213,000 1,213,000             0                   0           0
INSPECTION                                     224,000            0             0            0   112,000     112,000           0                   0           0
EQUIPMENT                                      100,000            0             0            0         0            0    100,000                   0           0
UTILITIES                                             0           0             0            0         0            0          0                   0           0
OTHER                                                 0           0             0            0         0            0          0                   0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                  3,050,000       50,000       250,000            0 1,325,000 1,325,000       100,000                   0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total        Prior        FY 2006                Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007  FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010             FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               1,279,175            0       125,000            0   580,000     524,175       50,000                  0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                           270,825       50,000             0            0    82,500     138,325            0                  0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0           0             0            0         0            0           0                  0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0           0             0            0         0            0           0                  0           0
STATE FUNDS                                  1,500,000            0       125,000            0   662,500     662,500       50,000                  0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0           0             0            0         0            0           0                  0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0           0             0            0         0            0           0                  0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  3,050,000       50,000       250,000            0 1,325,000 1,325,000       100,000                   0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                               PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
ADC Booking / Inmate Processing Area                                         PF-0503                                 Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Local Jail Capital Improvement Request, requires a locally approved master plan or study for
grants and matching funds. Upon approval of a master plan, grants and matching funds may be applied for to effect the capital construction project.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                         IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                      INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006   FY 2007               FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                        0            0            0             0            0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                            0            0            0             0            0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                           0            0            0             0            0            0
UTILITIES                                                                      0            0            0             0            0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                          0            0            0             0            0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             0            0            0             0            0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                   0            0            0             0            0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact on the Operating budget.
Implementing the conclusions of the Plan may impact the Operating Budget.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                       PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Building Maintenance and Repair Projects-Critical                                     PF-0310                           Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
This program provides funds for construction, equipment replacement, repair projects, upgrades and critical / major maintenance items. Typical project scope requires
funding in an amount less than $100,000. Projects require minimal use of architect / engineering services.



FY 2005: Leonardtown Library Boiler
Complete structural repair /strengthening of Garvey Senior Center second floor- $17,000.
Replace Air Handler System and heat pumps at Walden Sierra / Compass House-$23,000.Unanticipated Repairs-$24,400.
Provide stand-by generator during repair of primary unit at the Adult Detention Center-$26,000.

FY 2006: Leonardtown Library Roof Replacement-$65,000. Replace / upgrade Health Department main electric service panels-$30,000.
fire alarm system replacement at Old Lexington Park Library-$19,000. Paint County Blue Hangar at Airport.

FY 2007: Leonardtown Library Carpet in Foyer-$35,000. Unanticipated Repairs-$7,000.

FY 2008: Health Department Electric Locks-$30,000. Marcey House ALS Roof Replacement-$35,000. Charlotte Hall Library Phase I HVAC
unit replacement x 4-$60,000. Provide emergency generator for ALS Building-$25,000.

FY 2009: Charlotte Hall Library Phase II HVAC unit replacement x 4 -$60,000. DPW&T HVAC unit replacement-$30,000. Old Lexington Park Library
roof replacement-$65,000. Walden Sierra Outpatient Center HVAC unit replacement-$28,000. Unanticipated Repairs-$36,600.

FY 2010: Charlotte Hall Library Phase 3 HVAC unit replacement x 4 -$75,000.Unanticipated Repairs-$15,000.

FY 2011: Leonardtown Health Department Roof Replacement-$210,000.



PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:


COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1

LOCATION:
Various locations.


                                             Total         Prior        FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                    Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                         Project       Approval      Budget           FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                               0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                    0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                  967,801       352,201       114,000         42,000       150,000      219,600       90,000       210,000          0
DEMOLITION                                          0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
INSPECTION                                          0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
UTILITIES                                           0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
EQUIPMENT                                           0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
OTHER                                               0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                   967,801       352,201       114,000         42,000       150,000      219,600       90,000       210,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total         Prior        FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project       Approval      Budget           FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               114,000              0      114,000               0             0            0            0              0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                         853,801        352,201             0         42,000       150,000      219,600       90,000       210,000           0
  IMPACT FEES                                       0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0           0
STATE FUNDS                                         0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0             0              0             0            0            0             0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  967,801        352,201      114,000          42,000       150,000      219,600       90,000       210,000           0
                     CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                     CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.             PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Building Maintenance and Repair Projects-Critical                                   PF-0310                      Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Projects are prioritized and managed by the Building Services Division.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                            INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                         FY 2006   FY 2007     FY 2008       FY 2009     FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                               0         0           0             0           0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                       0           0         0            0           0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                           0           0         0            0           0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                          0           0         0            0           0            0
UTILITIES                                                                     0           0         0            0           0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                         0           0         0            0           0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                            0           0         0            0           0            0
                TOTAL COSTS                                                   0           0         0            0           0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Staff time will be required to implement individual projects.
No increase in incremental operating costs is expected.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Naval Air Museum & Visitors Center                                             PF-0103                                  Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Construct a new one-story 22,000 square foot facility to house the Patuxent Naval Air Museum. Project will include a mezzanine (alternate), exhibition space,
auditorium / multipurpose space, gift shop, and administrative offices. Plans and specifications have been completed and are ready for State review / approval, subject
to the appropriation of funding. Project is expected to take 18 months to construct. Funding requires Congressional Appropriation passed through the State of
Maryland, Maryland General Assembly Capital Grant, private sector donations, real estate contribution, in-kind services ($170K), and the County Capital Improvement
Program. To date $3.4M has been committed by Congress and two 50/50 matching grants of $225K and $250K by the General Assembly. A portion of the private
funding will be designated as working capital and be utilized as the County's matching grant amount.The Museum Association is responsible for exhibits, furniture and
equipment. The proposed access road is outside the scope of the current MOU between the Naval Air Museum Association and St. Mary's County.The two phase (site
& building) costs will include Fed. Wage Rates (Ph 2 only), construction management, materials testing, security, public address, and phone systems.

FY06 Budget reflects recent approval of Maryland General Assembly Capital Budget bill HB340 for $350,000 (House Appropriation) $150,000 (Senate Appropriation).




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Project is based on an updated memorandum of Understanding between the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association and St. Mary's County.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
1.1.1.D. Concentrate Community services and facilities in the Lexington Park and Leonardtown.
5.1.5.A Promote and expand museums and historic sites.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
8th Election District
Lexington Park


                                               Total       Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project     Approval       Budget        FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011      Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          464,203     464,203              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
LAND ACQUISITION                                53,371      53,371              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
CONSTRUCTION                                 7,022,770      22,770      7,000,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
CONSTR MGMT / INSPECTION                       175,000           0        175,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
MATERIALS TESTING                               55,000           0         55,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
SYSTEMS (phone, IT, security, PA)               95,000           0         95,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
UTILITIES                                             0          0              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
OTHER (alternates, furniture, displays)        650,000           0              0      650,000             0            0          0              0                    0
TOTAL COSTS                                  8,515,344     540,344      7,325,000      650,000             0            0          0              0                    0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total       Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project     Approval       Budget        FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011      Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               1,265,344     290,344        975,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                  0          0              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0          0              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0          0              0            0             0            0          0              0                    0
STATE FUNDS                                  1,225,000     250,000        975,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                3,400,000           0      3,400,000            0             0            0          0              0                    0
OTHER SOURCES (private)                      2,625,000           0      1,975,000      650,000             0            0          0              0                    0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  8,515,344     540,344      7,325,000      650,000             0            0          0              0                    0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                           CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.                             PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Naval Air Museum & Visitors Center                                                 PF-0103                                       Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Value Engineering meeting was held on November 18, 2004. Phase 1 should include the demolition, building pad preparation, relocation of utilities, entrance, and
parking lot construction at $825,000. Phase 2 should include the building ($239/sf) and final sitework at $6,000,000.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                           INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                     DESCRIPTION                                        FY 2006   FY 2007                     FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                               0         0                           0            0          0              0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                               0             0              0             0          0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                   0             0              0             0          0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                  0             0              0             0          0             0
UTILITIES                                                                             0             0              0             0          0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                 0             0              0             0          0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                    0             0              0             0          0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                          0             0              0             0          0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact on the Operating budget. The Museum Association is responsible for exhibits, furniture and equipment, relocation and moving expenses, phones and
computers. The Association and Navy Alliance are responsible for operational utility costs.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
Staff time is to be billed toward the project as "in kind" services as a part of the County's contribution.
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Parking / Site Improvements                                                         PF-0307                            Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Parking area improvements, security lighting, safety improvements, signage, concrete wheel stop replacement, curb and gutter repairs, landscaping and other
exterior features at various County locations. Project may include convenience center improvements, pothole / base repairs, repaving and restriping parking lots,
STS bus stop shelters (ie. at the Drill Hall).

The FY 2006 project reflects the Federal and State grant for the STS bus shelter at the St. Andrews Landfill property. The County matching monies of $32,250
were approved in FY 05. FY 05 projects also included the replacement of concrete wheel stops at the Governmental Center Complex / Courthouse parking areas,
Charlotte Hall Library parking lot expansion, and Old Hollywood School Parking lot for the Teen Center and Adult Day Care with upgrades to Scriber Lane per
MOU. A Facilities Directory will be developed in CY 2005 to address asset management and systemwide maintenance needs.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
To address on-going prioritorized infrastructure maintenance projects such as:
(1) Provide security lighting, convenience center improvements, Repave and restripe parking lots at the Leonardtown
Library and County Office Building #14, add an STS bus stop at the Drill Hall and shelter at St. Andrews for use of the STS bus.
(2) Replace sidewalks and curbing in from of the CSOB, repave and restripe the CSOB from parking lot, replace 200 l.f. of sidewalk and curb in
the Governmental Center Complex, Perform sediment pond maintenance at the Charlotte Hall Library and Health Department, resolve perimeter
drainage issues at Health Department. Estimated cost: $243,168.
(3) Add parking lot and walkway lighting in the Governmental Center, Repave and restripe parking lot and circle at Meidinski Park, repave access
road and rear parking lot of the ADC.Estimated cost: $333,151.
(2) Overlay 8,100 sy parking lot at gas pumps at Governmental Center, Repave and restripe Leonard Hall School and Health Department lots. Estimated cost: $204
(4) Replace sidewalk and curb & gutter along frontage at Leonard Hall School. Estimated cost: $32,000.
(5) Improve exterior lighting at the Health Department, Repave Courthouse parking lot, replace wheel stops in all CSOB lots. Estimated cost: $45,000.

Other priority projects that can be funded with contingency monies include:
Improve parking lot and sidewalks at the Former Lexington Park Library.
Improve parking and sidewalks at the Chancellors Run Activity Center.
Improve the entrances and paving at the Clements, Valley Lee and Oakville Convenience Centers.
Improve parking for the STS buses.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1

LOCATION:
Various locations throughout the County.

                                             Total        Prior         FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                         Project      Approval       Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009 FY 2010             FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                              0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
DESIGN/PLANNING                                    0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                 713,411       323,161       290,250            0         50,000           0     50,000               0           0
INSPECTION                                         0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
UTILITIES                                          0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
EQUIPMENT                                          0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
OTHER                                              0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                  713,411       323,161       290,250            0         50,000           0     50,000               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total        Prior         FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project      Approval       Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009 FY 2010             FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                     0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                         423,161       323,161             0            0         50,000           0     50,000               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                      0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                            0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                   32,250             0        32,250            0              0           0          0               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                258,000             0       258,000            0              0           0          0               0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                      0             0             0            0              0           0          0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  713,411       323,161       290,250            0         50,000           0     50,000               0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                       PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Parking / Site Improvements                                                          PF-0307                           Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
Continue prior CIP project PF 0307 for maintenance of infrastructure.
A comprehensive listing of parking lots should be developed in FY2006 and included in the Facilities Directory for scheduled paving by priority.




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                      FY 2006  FY 2007                  FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                           0        0                        0            0            0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         0             0             0            0            0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                             0             0             0            0            0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                            0             0             0            0            0            0
UTILITIES                                                                       0             0             0            0            0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                           0             0             0            0            0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                              0             0             0            0            0            0
                TOTAL COSTS                                                     0             0             0            0            0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Library System Assessment                                                       PF-0602                                  Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Conduct a comprehensive and integrated library system analysis to determine current levels of service and long term infrastructure needs. Assessment will address
functional, programmatic and performance requirements, service area demands, space and customer needs, and usability rates with industry standards.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
A facilities master plan is needed for the orderly development and integration of the library system.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
7.2 Public facilities and infrastructure are funded and constructed concurrent to accommodate development demand.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
Various locations throughout the County .



                                                Total        Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                    Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007        FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010    FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            40,000            0        40,000             0               0            0          0          0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                       0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                           0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
CONSTR MGMT / INSPECTION                               0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
MATERIALS TESTING                                      0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
INSPECTION                                             0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
UTILITIES                                              0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
OTHER                                                  0           0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                      40,000            0        40,000             0               0            0          0          0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total        Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                    Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007        FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010    FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                        0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                             40,000            0        40,000             0               0            0          0          0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
STATE FUNDS                                           0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0            0             0             0               0            0          0          0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                      40,000            0        40,000             0               0            0          0          0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Library System Assessment                                  PF-0602                          Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                        FY 2006   FY 2007   FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                     0         0        0            0          0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                         0         0        0            0          0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                        0         0        0            0          0             0
UTILITIES                                                   0         0        0            0          0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                       0         0        0            0          0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                          0         0        0            0          0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                0         0        0            0          0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.              PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Airport Improvements                                                                PF-0509                       Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
This project provides for numerous improvements at the Captain W. Francis Duke Regional Airport. Several improvements are necessary to maintain services to
improve safety, manage risk, and improve operations. With the exception of FY 2006, these projects are 100% County funded, and are not expected to be eligible
for grant funding via the FAA Airport Improvement Plan (AIP). Per February 22, 2005 MAA correspondence, an addendum to MAA-GR-98-016 may be processed
to fund the FY 06 projects.


FY 2005 projects may be eligible for matching funds from the remaining Terminal Building grant project. There is over 852,000
square feet of asphalt paving at the airport and a formal crack sealing program is needed to address the Maryland Aviation Administration
Pavement Evaluation Report. A tie-down replacement program is needed to replace the existing in-ground systems and the existing REIL system
must be upgraded. Crack sealing is approximately $1.50 per linear foot.
FY 2007 projects include the balance of maintenance paving, airfield signage for pilots/transients, tie-down painting, and
identification of obstructions.
FY 2009 project includes the removal of obstructions within existing easement areas. Airfield signage for pilot and transients is needed.
FY 2011 includes the installation of a green/white location beacon to improve inclement and night approaches.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Airport development projects are developed in accordance with the approved Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan (ALP) approved by
the Board of County Commissioners on September 3, 2002.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
7.2 Public facilities and infrastructure are funded and constructed concurrent to accommodated development demand.

Priority -A-1




LOCATION: 6th Election District Francis Duke Airport, Airport Road, Hollywood, MD.

                                            Total       Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                   Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                        Project     Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
Airfield Signage and landside                38,000           0                0      20,000          0       18,000          0              0          0
Taxiway A Repair and Seal                    30,000           0                0      30,000          0            0          0              0          0
Rehab T-Hangar Taxiways                      84,000           0                0      26,000          0       58,000          0              0          0
Upper Ramp Apron Area Rehab                  49,000           0                0      49,000          0            0          0              0          0
Rotating Beacon Upgrade                     150,000           0                0           0          0            0          0        150,000          0
Obstruction Removal Other Costs             449,000     350,000                0      25,000          0       74,000          0              0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                 800,000     350,000                0     150,000          0     150,000           0        150,000          0

FUNDING SOURCE                              Total       Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                   Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                              Project     Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                    0           0                0           0          0            0          0              0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                        380,000      80,000                0     150,000          0            0          0        150,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                                     0           0                0           0          0            0          0              0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                     150,000           0                0           0          0     150,000           0              0          0
STATE FUNDS                                 270,000     270,000                0           0          0            0          0              0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                     0           0                0           0          0            0          0              0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                     0           0                0           0          0            0          0              0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                 800,000     350,000                0     150,000          0     150,000           0        150,000          0
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Airport Improvements                                       PF-0509                          Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                           IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                         FY 2006  FY 2007    FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                             0        0          0            0          0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                     0         0        0            0           0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                         0         0        0            0           0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                        0         0        0            0           0            0
UTILITIES                                                   0         0        0            0           0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                       0         0        0            0           0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                          0         0        0            0           0            0
                TOTAL COSTS                                 0         0        0            0           0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
College of Southern Maryland, Wellness & Pool                                           PF-0506                           Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Design and construction of a single building (32,000 g.s.f.) housing a Wellness Center, indoor swimming pool and support facilities on the Leonardtown campus of the
College of Southern Maryland. The approved master plan provides for development of the campus in multiple phases.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
A. State funding participation is available through the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Cost share is 75% State / 25% County.
B. Project will be managed by CSM Staff, including design, contract solicitation and contract management.
C. Project timing is based on support documentation provided by the CSM dated May 7, 2004.
D. Preliminary program is as follows:
                                             Capacity     Quantity Function                            Sq. Ft.
                                                25            1      Classroom                            550
                                                3             4      Staff Offices                        500
                                                60            1      Wellness Center                    4,000
                                                75            1      Pool                               8,125
                                                2             1      Wellness Center Storage              400
                                                2             1      Pool Storage                         300
                                                38            2      Shower Room                        1,680
                                                20            2      Lounge                             1,100
                                                2             1      General Storage                    2,000

                                                                                        TOTAL           18,655
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
1.1.1. D. Concentrate community services and facilities in Lexington Park and Leonardtown.
Priority B-1

LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Intersection of MD Route 5 and MD Route 245, Leonardtown, MD.

                                            Total         Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                        Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                        596,000       596,000                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                   0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
CONSTRUCTION                               6,907,618             0                0     6,907,618            0            0            0               0           0
DEMOLITION                                         0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
INSPECTION                                   229,946             0                0       229,946            0            0            0               0           0
UTILITIES                                          0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
EQUIPMENT                                     50,000             0                0             0       50,000            0            0               0           0
OTHER                                              0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                7,783,564       596,000                0     7,137,564       50,000            0            0               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                              Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007      FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                             1,693,376       149,000                0     1,544,376            0            0            0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                         290,015             0                0       240,015       50,000            0            0               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                      0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                            0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                5,800,173       447,000                0     5,353,173            0            0            0               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                      0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                      0             0                0             0            0            0            0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                7,783,564       596,000                0     7,137,564       50,000            0            0               0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                         CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                            PROJ. NO.                      PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
College of Southern Maryland, Wellness & Pool                                              PF-0506                               Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Project was supported via Board of County Commissioner letter dated October 7, 2003 to the CSM President.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                             INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                         FY 2006    FY 2007                   FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                               0          0                         0              0              0              0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                              0               0              0              0              0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                  0               0              0              0              0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                 0               0              0              0              0            0
UTILITIES                                                                            0               0              0              0              0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                0               0              0              0              0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                   0               0              0              0              0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                         0               0              0              0              0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Increase in county contribution to college operating budget due to increase in staffing, utilities, custodial care, equipment, furniture, and supplies.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
No impact on the Operating Budget.
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Airport Master Plan                                                                 PF-07XX                          Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
This project provides for numerous Master Plan improvements at the Francis Duke Airport. Improvements are directly correlated with the completion of the
Environmental Assessment which was begun in November 2003. Completion is expected in 18 months. The projects listed are eligible for 90% Federal, 5% State
and 5% County funding.



A. AIRPORT DRIVE REALIGNMENT
   1. Design and construction of a 2,000' relocation of Airport Drive in front of the SMHEF.
   2. Improvements are required to meet the separation requirements from the relocated taxiway.
   3. Utility relocation costs are anticipated.
B. TAXIWAY SEPARATION AND EXTENSION
    1. Design and construction of the relocation of the taxiway and parallel extensions at both runway ends.
    2. A minimum 240' runway to taxiway centerline separation is required. Only 207' exists at present for a Category B-II facility.
C. OBSTRUCTION REMOVAL
    1. Obstruction removal is required to meet the current 7:1 and proposed 34:1 approach surfaces.
    2. Additional easements will have to be secured by the Real Property Manager.
D. RUNWAY EXTENSION & RELOCATION OF LAWRENCE HAYDEN DRIVE- Runway will be extended an additional 1,200' to its ultimate length
    and 2,000' relocation of existing Lawrence Hayden Road.
E. FUTURE PROJECTS-Includes construction of an aircraft apron adjacent to Runway 11 extended, construction of the 4,000' Airport Access Road to
     connect MD 235 with Lawrence Hayden Road, and construction of a 10-unit T hangar and 80' x 80' corporate hangar for County rental.
F. Out-year projects may be funded based on recent legislation at a 95% Federal, 2.5% State and 2.5% County levels, which may enable completion of
    other smaller 100% locally funded Airport Improvement projects.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Airport development projects are developed in accordance with the approved Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan (ALP) approved by
the Board of County Commissioners on September 3, 2002, as amended on November 4, 2003. In addition, the Comprehensive Plan encourages the
development of the infrastructure needed for commuter air travel services and shuttle connections. FAA and MAA approvals were also obtained.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.ii.e). Encourage development of commuter air travel services and shuttle connections to airports with regional, national and international connections.
Priority B-1


LOCATION: 6th Election District Francis Duke Airport, Airport Road, Hollywood, MD.

                                             Total         Prior        FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                         Project       Approval      Budget       FY 2007   FY 2008    FY 2009        FY 2010            FY 2011 Complete
Airport Drive Realignment                     600,000            0             0      50,000         0          0        550,000                  0          0
Taxiway Separation & Extension              1,200,000            0             0           0   110,000          0      1,090,000                  0          0
Obstr. Removal, Land, Esmt's                  500,000            0             0      50,000   375,000     75,000              0                  0          0
Runway Extension                            2,775,000            0             0           0   260,000          0      2,515,000                  0          0
Reloc Lawrence Hayden Rd                      500,000            0             0      45,000   455,000          0              0                  0          0
Construct West Apron Area                   2,400,000            0             0           0         0          0              0            216,000  2,184,000
Airport Access Road                           510,000            0             0           0         0     40,000              0            470,000          0
Corporate, T-hangars, Medi vac                700,000            0             0           0         0          0              0            100,000    600,000
TOTAL COSTS                                 9,185,000            0             0     145,000 1,200,000    115,000      4,155,000            786,000  2,784,000

FUNDING SOURCE                                Total        Prior        FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project      Approval      Budget       FY 2007   FY 2008    FY 2009        FY 2010            FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  82,000           0             0           0         0          0         82,000                  0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                           373,625           0             0       3,625    60,000      5,750        125,750             39,300    139,200
  IMPACT FEES                                        0           0             0           0         0          0              0                  0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0           0             0           0         0          0              0                  0          0
STATE FUNDS                                    455,625           0             0       3,625    60,000      5,750        207,750             39,300    139,200
FEDERAL FUNDS                                8,273,750           0             0     137,750 1,080,000    103,500      3,739,500            707,400  2,505,600
OTHER SOURCES                                        0           0             0           0         0          0              0                  0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  9,185,000           0             0     145,000 1,200,000    115,000      4,155,000            786,000  2,784,000
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                              PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Airport Master Plan                                                         PF-07XX                                 Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
Based on input from the Federal Aviation Administration, Delta Airport Consultants and the Airport Advisory Committee.




                                                         IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                     INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006 FY 2007                FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                         0       0                      0            0            0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                       0           0             0           0            0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                           0           0             0           0            0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                          0           0             0           0            0           0
UTILITIES                                                                     0           0             0           0            0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                         0           0             0           0            0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                            0           0             0           0            0           0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                  0           0             0           0            0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                       PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
ADC Locking Mechanisms / Security Cameras                                     PF-09XX                                Public Facilities

DESCRIPTION:
Assuming the Master Plan study in FY 05 is completed and approved, perform the identified capital improvements which are anticipated and programmed to be
50% reimbursable by the State. This project entails replacement of the 1989 electronic locking control panels / mechanisms and cabinetry in each of the housing
areas and upgrade of the security camera system both inside and outside the facility.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Develop an approved master plan as a part of The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Local Jail Capital Improvement Request.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
3.1.2.D Meet the increasing law enforcement, health and public safety needs of the population per national average as shown in the most recent uniform crime
report.
Priority B-1



LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD


                                              Total        Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                         0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
Locking Systems / Security Cameras           2,500,000           0             0            0             0 1,250,000 1,250,000                  0           0
INSPECTION                                           0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
OTHER                                                0           0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                  2,500,000           0             0            0             0 1,250,000 1,250,000                  0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               1,250,000           0             0            0             0     625,000     625,000              0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                  0          0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0          0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0          0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
STATE FUNDS                                  1,250,000           0             0            0             0     625,000     625,000              0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0          0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0          0             0            0             0            0          0              0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  2,500,000           0             0            0             0 1,250,000 1,250,000                  0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
ADC Locking Mechanisms / Security Cameras                                     PF-09XX                                  Public Facilities

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, Local Jail Capital Improvement Request, requires a locally approved master plan or study for
grants and matching funds. Upon approval of a master plan, grants and matching funds may be available.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006   FY 2007               FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                           0         0                     0             0            0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         0             0            0            0             0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                             0             0            0            0             0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                            0             0            0            0             0            0
UTILITIES                                                                       0             0            0            0             0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                           0             0            0            0             0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                              0             0            0            0             0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                    0             0            0            0             0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact on the Operating budget.
As a 10-20% inventory of custom space parts will be procured/fabricated as a part of the capital project. Over $150,000 in operating funds have been spent to date
for repairs and emergency maintenance.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
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PROJECT TITLE                                                                    PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Jeromes Creek Dredging                                                        MA-0401                              Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Obtain, design and construct a Dredge Material Placement (DMP) site for the Army Corps of Engineers dredging of the Federal Navigation Channel at St.
Jeromes Creek, and, immediately following, contract to dredge the St. Jeromes Creek Southern Prong channel, utilizing the same DMP site.

A. The County will act as the local sponsor for the USACE portion of the work. All lands, easements and DMP sites for both projects are the responsibility
    of the County, to be reimbursed via the State Waterway Improvement Fund, pending the Department of Natural Resources Need and Feasibility Report.
B. Prior FY 2000 State funding request in the amount of $337,000 was not approved.
C. Scope of work includes procurement of a 20 acre DMP site for the estimated 66,000 cubic yards of material to be dredged from
    the channels. This is a local cooperation requirement and may include placement of material at economically / environmentally alternative locations.
    Due to the magnitude of the project, hydraulic dredging is required. Project costs have been reduced from $800,000 to approximately $300,000.
D. Efforts to secure a donated or permanent DMP site have been unsuccessful. A Waterway Improvement Project Request Form was
     submitted on July, 12, 2002 for FY 2004, which includes property acquisition funding. DNR has indicated that funding priority would increase if the County
     were to agree to reclaim / redevelop the DMP site as a public boating facility or as a regional long-term DMP site. Alternatively, the County is evaluating
     the possible long-term (10 year) lease of a site at an estimated $120,000 and have found two viable locations.
E. The timing of the project will depend upon the availability of State funds and the results of the State's grant priority allocation
    currently underway. The respective Project Request Form was submitted to the DNR on July 12, 2002.
F. Construction costs are preliminary and subject to change following completion of the design and detailed construction plans.
G. If the County can demonstrate a public facility on the Southern Prong (ie. road end landing), all costs should be 100% reimbursable from the State.
H. The DNR funding Application for the project was signed by the Board of County Commissioners on November 11, 2003. DNR's May 21, 2004 response
    reflects a considerable cost increase.
I. Program includes closeout of the DMP site(s) in FY 2011.
J. Dredging in the Federal Channel will be to: a depth of 7' (MLW); length of 4900'; and width of 60-100'. Dredging in the Southern Prong
   will be to: a depth of 5' (MLW), length of 2230'; and width of 50'.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan supports projects that are complimentary to water dependent recreational and access facilities. Project is consistent with the State
Waterway Improvement Program as authorized under the Natural Resources Article. Projects are prioritized based on need, demand and benefit to the boating
public.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5. aii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors.
Priority A-1
LOCATION:
1st Election District.
Ridge area off of Airdale Road, just south of St. Jerome Point.

                                           Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      130,000      100,000        30,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                           150,000      150,000             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                40,000       25,000             0             0             0            0      15,000               0           0
DREDGING                                   459,000            0       459,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
INSPECTION                                  21,000            0        21,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
DMP Capacity                                45,000            0        45,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
EQUIPMENT                                         0           0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
CONTINGENCY                                 30,000            0        30,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                875,000      275,000       585,000             0             0            0      15,000               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                             Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0            0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       100,000      100,000             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                    0            0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0            0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                775,000      175,000       585,000             0             0            0      15,000               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0            0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0            0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                875,000      275,000       585,000             0             0            0      15,000               0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                            PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Jeromes Creek Dredging                                                MA-0401                                     Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
May 31, 2005 letter for Governor confirmed the availability of State funding in the amount of $585,000 for the southern prong.
On April 5, 2005 the COE advised that work on the Federal portion of the project will be suspended until additional federal monies are made available.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                        IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                     INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                  FY 2006    FY 2007                FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                        0        0                      0            0             0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                     0             0            0             0            0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                         0             0            0             0            0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                        0             0            0             0            0             0
UTILITIES                                                                   0             0            0             0            0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                       0             0            0             0            0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                          0             0            0             0            0             0
               TOTAL COSTS                                                  0             0            0             0            0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                             PROJ. NO.                PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Gibson Road                                                                                MA-0601                            Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Design and construct approximately 235 feet of non-structural shore erosion control along Gibson Road. Stone sill, sand fill and marsh plantings will be utilized to
stabilize the shoreline along the northern edge of the County-maintained roadway.

A. State assistance under the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Shore Erosion Control Program provide up to a 10 year interest-free loan for the design and
    construction. This program was re-established in FY 01.
B. The FY 2006 project consists of providing 235 feet of shore erosion control adjacent to the County maintained roadway to correct erosion
    occurring along waterside of the roadway.
C. Design, preparation of bid documents will be performed by DNR as a design-build project.
D. State construction costs are based on $244 per linear foot.
E. A Corps of Engineers Permit and State wetlands License must also be obtained in FY 2006
    which may effect project timing. Application is expected to be completed and approved in CY 2005.
F. The project was included in the State's FY 06 capital improvement program budget request.
G. In 2005, DNR plans to conduct a need and feasibility study.



PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
In addition to the transportation system preservation goals, the Comprehensive Plan goals include the protection of sensitive areas, reduction in damage to the
Chesapeake Bay, implementation of resource protection measures, control and minimization of soil loss, and the protection of the quality of water resources.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv). Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
7th Election District
Off White's Neck Road adjacent to White's Neck Creek




                                                   Total        Prior         FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                               Project      Approval       Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                6,000            0          6,000             0             0            0          0             0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                          0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                        51,500            0         51,500             0             0            0          0             0           0
DEMOLITION                                                0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
INSPECTION                                           2,500            0          2,500             0             0            0          0             0           0
UTILITIES                                                 0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
EQUIPMENT                                                 0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
OTHER                                                     0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                         60,000            0         60,000             0             0            0          0             0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                     Total        Prior         FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                     Project      Approval       Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                            0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                      0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                             0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                   0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
STATE FUNDS                                          60,000           0         60,000             0             0            0          0             0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                             0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                             0           0              0             0             0            0          0             0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                          60,000           0         60,000             0             0            0          0             0           0
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Gibson Road                                                MA-0601                               Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                           IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                      FY 2006    FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                              0        0           0           0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                     0           0        0           0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                         0           0        0           0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                        0           0        0           0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                   0           0        0           0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                       0           0        0           0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                          0           0        0           0         0            0
                   TOTAL COSTS                              0           0        0           0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                   PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Holly Point Shore Erosion Control                                                MA-0501                             Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Design and construction of approximately 600 linear feet of stone revetment along the Chesapeake Bay Waterfront to provide needed
shore erosion control.
A. Four (4) existing homes require protection from the severely eroding shoreline. Homeowner repayment of costs
    will be via a DNR financed Special Taxing District. An additional property was identified during the design, but will not be levied an assessment.
B. Design, preparation of bid documents, construction and inspection can be performed by the Department of Public Works & Transportation
    or the District members, in accordance with the new DNR policy, pending approval of an assessment determination by the legal department and BOCC.
C. By the DNR loan formula, the majority of the project will be funded interest-free by the Department of Natural Resources. The balance of funding
    , if included in the District, should be charged interest according to County costs.
D. The initial petition / letter of interest was received by the Board of County Commissioners on September 30, 2003.
E. A Need and Feasibility Report was requested of DNR on October 15, 2003. Results will be the basis for the required Public Informational Meeting.
F. A preliminary meeting with the DNR and community was held on August 7, 2003 and indicated there would be 100% participation in the project.
G. The Board of County Commissioners directed staff to proceed with the Shore Erosion Control policy and /or procedures currently in effect
   and the respective Public Hearings were held and the taxing District approved for continuance on June 14, 2005.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
In addition to the transportation sytem preservation goals, the Comprehensive Plan goals include the protection of sensitive areas, reduction in damage to the
Chesapeake Bay, implementation of resource protection measures, control and minimization of soil loss, and the protection of the quality of water resources.
Project is consistent with the Maryland Coastal Zone Mangement Program guidelines to preserve, protect, develop, restore and enhance the coastal zone
(includes entire coastline of St. Mary's County) for this and succeeding generations. The US Army Corps of Engineers estimates that for every dollar spent to
control erosion, as much as $1.75 is returned to the economy in the form of improvements to water resources.


COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
Policy IV.1.1.1.E: Balance development goals with environmental protection and enhancement of the value of the waterfront as a resource for recreation and
water dependent facilities. Goal IV.2.1: Promote universal stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay and of the land.... Goal IV.2.2: Protect sensitive areas.




LOCATION:
1st Election District.
Of Holly Point Road, just north of Point No Point and just south of St. Clarence Creek
On the Chesapeake Bay.


                                          Total        Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                      Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      17,000       17,000             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                 0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
CONSTRUCTION                              254,000      210,000        54,000             0            0            0          0               0           0
DEMOLITION                                       0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
INSPECTION                                       0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
UTILITIES                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
EQUIPMENT                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
DNR ADMIN FEE                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                               281,000      227,000        54,000             0            0            0          0               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                            Total        Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                            Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                            254,000      200,000        54,000             0            0            0          0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       27,000       27,000             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                      0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
TAXING DISTRICT                                  0           0             0             0            0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                               281,000      227,000        54,000             0            0            0          0               0           0
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                            PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Holly Point Shore Erosion Control                                         MA-0501                                     Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
An additional $54,000 is required due to cost escalation factors that have occurred during the design and permitting process.




                                                        IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                     INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                  FY 2006    FY 2007                FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010   FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                        0        0                      0            0             0         0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                     0             0            0             0           0         0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                         0             0            0             0           0         0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                        0             0            0             0           0         0
UTILITIES                                                                   0             0            0             0           0         0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                       0             0            0             0           0         0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                          0             0            0             0           0         0
               TOTAL COSTS                                                  0             0            0             0           0         0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                                 PROJ. NO.              PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Patuxent Beach Road Revetment                                                                  MA-0502                          Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Original scope to construct 700 feet of stone revetment along the Patuxent Beach Road waterfront to bolster the deteriorated timber bulkhead and provide the needed
shore erosion protection to the County maintained road has been expanded to 1250 feet.

A. Requested Corps of Engineers assistance as a Section 14 project on October 3, 2000. Tentative COE funding approval has been
   secured. COE funds 100% of project planning, and 65% of remainder. DNR can finance 100% of the County share interest-free.
B. Design, preparation of bid documents and inspection will be performed by the Corps of Engineers.
C. The triple-cell concrete pipe structure (County Bridge No. SM 0046P) will be assessed for replacement concurrent with the revetment construction.
D. A Corps of Engineers Permit, State Wetlands License and Water Quality Certification may be required, which will effect project timing.
E. The FY 2007 construction costs are based on a estimate of $347.50 per linear foot plus contingencies.
F. Construction monies shown as County may be financed through the DNR structural shore erosion control program via a no-interest loan over a period of up to 25 years.
G. FY 2003 prior preliminary design monies of $19,683 were expended by the County to expedite the project but are not reimbursable.
H. Final design and permitting by the Corps is expected to occur in FY 2006 pending the availability of Federal funding.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has prepared an Environmental Assessment for the construction of
an emergency shoreline stabilization project along Patuxent Beach Road. In addition to the transportation system preservation goals, the Comprehensive Plan goals
include the protection of sensitive areas, reduction in damage to the Chesapeake Bay, implementation of resource protection measures, control and minimization of soil
loss, and the protection of the quality of water resources. Project is consistent with the Maryland Coastal Zone Management Program guidelines to preserve, protect,
develop, restore and enhance the coastal zone (includes entire coastline of St. Mary's County) for this and succeeding generations. The US Army Corps of Engineers
estimates that for every dollar spent to control erosion, as much as $1.75 is returned to the economy in the form of improvements to water resources. The Shoreline
Conditions Assessment being conducted by the County will further validate the need for this project.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv). Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
8th Election District.
Along Patuxent Beach Road waterfront in Town Creek,
Lexington Park, MD.



                                                        Total       Prior         FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                                    Project     Approval       Budget          FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                   137,300     137,300              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                               0          0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                            637,000      30,000              0        607,000          0            0          0           0           0
DEMOLITION                                                     0          0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
INSPECTION                                               38,000           0              0         38,000          0            0          0           0           0
UTILITIES                                                      0          0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
EQUIPMENT                                                      0          0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
OTHER                                                          0          0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                             812,300     167,300              0        645,000          0            0          0           0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                          Total       Prior         FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                          Project     Approval       Budget          FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
COUNTY BONDS                                                  0           0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                     62,300      62,300              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                                 0           0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                       0           0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
STATE FUNDS                                             225,750           0              0        225,750          0            0          0           0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                           524,250     105,000              0        419,250          0            0          0           0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                                 0           0              0              0          0            0          0           0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                             812,300     167,300              0        645,000          0            0          0           0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                        CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Patuxent Beach Road Revetment                                                       MA-0502                                     Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
On April 5, 2005 the COE advised that work on this project will be suspended until additional Federal monies are made available.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
In October 2002 the project scope was increased to 1250 feet in length.




                                                             IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                       DESCRIPTION                                      FY 2006    FY 2007                 FY 2008      FY 2009    FY 2010    FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                 0        0                       0            0          0          0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                                0            0            0             0        0          0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                    0            0            0             0        0          0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                   0            0            0             0        0          0
UTILITIES                                                                              0            0            0             0        0          0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                  0            0            0             0        0          0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                     0            0            0             0        0          0
                     TOTAL COSTS                                                       0            0            0             0        0          0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Hollis Lake Inlet                                                               MA-0503                              Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Design and construction of a pipe outfall system to provide tidal exchange and help alleviate localized upstream / overland
drainage issues within the Rodo Beach Community.

A. A State grant may be available for 50% of the project costs via the Waterway Quality Cost Share Program. The remaining 50% is
   anticipated to be through a low interest loan via the Maryland Water Quality Revolving Loan Fund..
B. The FY 2007 project proposes to use an emergency spillway, one or more pipes with an inlet control structure upstream and tidal check wall
   valves downstream. Hydrologic, hydraulic and coastal analyses are required in FY 2005.
C. Application must be made for Corps of Engineers and State Permits in FY 2006. The permit application process and availability of State funding
   may affect the project timing.
D. The County could request the community participate in the project by providing payback of 50% of the
   project costs through a special Taxing District if State monies are not available.
E. The project was agreed to by the Board of County Commissioners as a part of the Rodo Beach Road Taxing District.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan goals include the protection and preservation of ecosystems and to protect tidal and non-tidal wetlands resources. Project is also
consistent with the general goals of regional storm water management.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
1.3.2.A.iv). Implement programs designed to improve environmental and cultural aspects of existing neighborhoods.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
1st Election District.
Scotland



                                          Total        Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                      Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      13,000       13,000             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                 0           0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
CONSTRUCTION                               62,000            0             0        62,000            0            0          0             0           0
DEMOLITION                                       0           0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
INSPECTION                                  2,500            0             0         2,500            0            0          0             0           0
UTILITIES                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
EQUIPMENT                                        0           0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
OTHER                                            0           0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                77,500       13,000             0        64,500            0            0          0             0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                            Total        Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                       Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                            Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  0            0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       38,750        6,500             0        32,250            0            0          0             0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                   0            0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                         0            0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
STATE FUNDS                                38,750        6,500             0        32,250            0            0          0             0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                   0            0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                   0            0             0             0            0            0          0             0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                77,500       13,000             0        64,500            0            0          0             0           0
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                          PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Hollis Lake Inlet                                       MA-0503                              Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                    FY 2006    FY 2007   FY 2008     FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                            0        0         0           0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                   0        0          0          0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                       0        0          0          0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                      0        0          0          0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                 0        0          0          0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                     0        0          0          0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                        0        0          0          0         0            0
               TOTAL COSTS                                0        0          0          0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                                  PROJ. NO.             PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Thomas Road Revetment                                                                           MA-0301                         Marine

DESCRIPTION:
Design and construct approximately 495 feet of stone revetment along Thomas Road to connect and protect the existing revetments and the County maintained road.

A. State assistance under the Department of Natural Resources Shore Erosion Control Program provide up to a 25 year interest-free loan for the design and construction.
    This program was re-established in FY 01.
B. The FY 2007 project consists of extension of the existing revetment by approximately 250 feet adjacent to the County maintained roadway to correct erosion
    occurring to the south of the revetment and the possible extension to tie in the existing revetments on either side of the George Property.
C. Design, preparation of bid documents will be performed by in-house engineering / surveying consultant support.
D. Construction costs are based on $400 per linear foot.
E. Property ownership will be verified prior to grant application. A Corps of Engineers Permit and State wetlands License must also be obtained in FY 2006
    which may effect project timing. Application is expected to be completed and approved in FY 2004.
F. The additional design and scoping monies in FY 2005 are required to include the revetment extensions from the original 250 feet to 495 feet in length.
G. FY 2003/05 request includes design and appraisal costs needed to determine benefit assessment.
H. The County may be able to recoup the differential cost of the extended project via a two member taxing district between the County and benefiting property owner.
I. On July 26, 2001 there DNR listed this site as their # 2 Statewide Priority for Shore Erosion Control projects, pending County sponsorship.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
In addition to the transportation system preservation goals, the Comprehensive Plan goals include the protection of sensitive areas, reduction in damage to the
Chesapeake Bay, implementation of resource protection measures, control and minimization of soil loss, and the protection of the quality of water resources. Project is
consistent with the Maryland Coastal Zone Management Program guidelines to preserve, protect, develop, restore and enhance the coastal zone (includes entire coastline
of St. Mary's County) for this and succeeding generations. The US Army Corps of Engineers estimates that for every dollar spent to control erosion, as much as $1.75 is
returned to the economy in the form of improvements to water resources. The Shoreline Conditions Assessment being conducted by the County will further validate the
need for this project.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv). Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1


LOCATION:
2nd Election District
On St. George's Island off of Piney Point Road near St. George's
Island Beach on the Potomac.




                                                        Total        Prior         FY 2006                  Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                                    Project      Approval       Budget         FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                    18,000       18,000              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                               0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                            198,000            0              0       198,000          0            0          0           0           0
DEMOLITION                                                     0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
INSPECTION                                                     0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
UTILITIES                                                      0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
EQUIPMENT                                                      0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
OTHER                                                          0           0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                             216,000       18,000              0       198,000          0            0          0           0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                          Total        Prior         FY 2006                  Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                          Project      Approval       Budget         FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                                0            0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                     67,500       18,000              0        49,500          0            0          0           0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                                 0            0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                       0            0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
STATE FUNDS                                             148,500            0              0       148,500          0            0          0           0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                                 0            0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                                 0            0              0             0          0            0          0           0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                             216,000       18,000              0       198,000          0            0          0           0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                         CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                        PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Thomas Road Revetment                                                                 MA-0301                                     Marine

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
The additional $3,000 FY 2004 request is required to ensure the design of an integrated and cohesive project is achieved. Construction costs will not be affected.




                                                              IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                           INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                        DESCRIPTION                                      FY 2006    FY 2007                  FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                  0        0                        0            0             0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                                 0             0            0             0             0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                     0             0            0             0             0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                    0             0            0             0             0            0
UTILITIES                                                                               0             0            0             0             0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                   0             0            0             0             0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                      0             0            0             0             0            0
                     TOTAL COSTS                                                        0             0            0             0             0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




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PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Asphalt Overlay                                                                    HW-0301                           Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Overlay, widen, upgrade and perform pavement and system preservation improvements to existing roads throughout the County via the Asphalt overlay
and rental contractors. The berm removal and overlay of the roadway extends the service life by fifteen (15) years.
A. The County's Asphalt Overlay Program is used to widen, upgrade and strengthen roadway surfaces on collector roads to a 20'
    roadway with 4' shoulders. Prior to construction, the roadways are typically 16' to 18' wide, with no shoulders and inadequate
    drainage. The overlay thickness varies from 2" to 4", depending on the original surfaces. Preparatory and follow-up work, as necessary, is
    performed under the County's Rental Contracts, to include incidental re-striping.
B. Approximately six (6) to ten (10) miles of roadway are overlaid annually throughout the County which represents
    approximately 44% of the total overlay program since 1985. As of October 2002, approximately 78% of the total amount of
    routes require preventive and routine maintenance. Funding as shown in FY 06-11 would reduce the asphalt overlay program by more than half and
    will be further impacted as the surface treatment and seal programs are not being funded.
C. When possible, the surfacing of other capital projects is included in the Asphalt Overlay Contract so that "economies of scale" are realized.
D. The majority of annual preparatory and follow-up work is performed by the rental contractor. Approximately 22% of the budget is for rental
    equipment and labor, 10% for materials (i.e., pipes, gravel, seed, mulch, paving fabric, etc.), 6.5% for driveway tie-ins and 5% for pavement patching.
E. Asphalt overlay (1" to 2" thickness) is the most expensive process and also requires adjustment to the shoulders
    and readjusting of driveway entrances. The final surface is smooth and there are basically no "loose stones" to contend with. The service live of
   the pavement can be extended up to 15 years, and the roadway can be immediately opened to traffic after the application has been completed.
F. The County has many subdivisions that were built in the mid and late 1970's. The roads in these subdivisions were built below today's standards and are
    15 to 20 years old. Upgrades to existing deteriorated residential streets are included in the program.
G. A simple 20' wide 2" overlay with minor equipment rental can cost between $30-$40 per linear foot.
    Roads requiring 20' wide intermediate rehabilitation with a 2" overlay can cost between $76-$86 per linear foot.
    Paving 4' wide shoulders adds an additional $31-$35 per linear foot to the cost of overlaying the roadway, plus stormwater management mitigation.
    Intermediate rehabilitation also requires base asphalt at an additional cost of approximately $10 per linear foot over the base rehabilitation and
   repair costs. No longer funded as a separate capital project.
PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The overlay programs are consistent with the Department's Pavement Management Plan and Route Evaluation Study designed to provide a balance between
preventive maintenance and total roadway reconstruction. Roadways are rated based on weighted factors for elements of pavement distress, geometry, ride,
volume, width, signage, markings, etc and prioritized for inclusion in the capital program. Each program is also consistent with the approved Comprehensive
Plan policy regarding development and maintenance of the transportation system. These programs support and promote resource protection, environmental
and community character, cost containment and system preservation goals.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1
LOCATION:
All Election Districts throughout the County



                                           Total         Prior        FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                   Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project      Approval       Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010   FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                             0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                  0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
CONSTRUCTION                              6,800,000    2,300,000       750,000        750,000       750,000     750,000      750,000   750,000          0
DEMOLITION                                        0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
INSPECTION                                        0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
UTILITIES                                         0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
EQUIPMENT                                         0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
OTHER                                             0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
TOTAL COSTS                               6,800,000    2,300,000       750,000        750,000       750,000     750,000     750,000    750,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                              Total        Prior        FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                   Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project      Approval       Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010   FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                              897,750      897,750             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                      3,527,250      902,250       375,000        250,000       750,000     750,000      250,000   250,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                                     0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                   2,375,000      500,000       375,000        500,000             0            0     500,000   500,000          0
STATE FUNDS                                       0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                     0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                     0            0             0              0             0            0           0         0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                               6,800,000    2,300,000       750,000        750,000       750,000     750,000     750,000    750,000          0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                             PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Asphalt Overlay                                                           HW-0301                                      Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Of all roadways currently maintained by the County: 62% are asphalt; 37% have a surface treatment / slurry and / or modified seal; and only 1% (2.4 miles) are
unsurfaced. In light of the condition of the County roads in FY2004, the program was reduced, reflecting the fiscal constraints. It is estimated that for every $1
spent on preventative maintenance (system preservation), that between $4 and $10 is saved on future rehabilitation and reconstruction costs. The level
funding does not account for inflation or the 20-25% per year increase in contractor unit pricing.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                         IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                      INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006   FY 2007                FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                        0         0                      0             0             0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                       0            0             0             0             0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                           0            0             0             0             0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                          0            0             0             0             0            0
UTILITIES                                                                     0            0             0             0             0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                         0            0             0             0             0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                            0            0             0             0             0            0
               TOTAL COSTS                                                    0            0             0             0             0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                        PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Modified Seal Surface Treatment                                                       HW-0303                             Highways

DESCRIPTION:

Seal lower volume (<2000 ADT) and lower truck traffic roadways throughout the County with an aggregate modified single surface treatment. Modified
seal replaced the slurry seal program. Modified seal performs better, is more costs effective than slurry seal, and provides some structural strength to
the pavement section due to the size of the aggregate used. The application extends the road's service life approximately four (4) to seven (7) years
by modified sealing.
A. Modified Seal uses an emulsion that is rapid setting. As a result, traffic can usually be placed back on the roadway within 2-3 hours. The mix seals
    old, cracked, oxidized pavement and can help extend service life of existing pavements 2-3 years.
B. Patching using modified seal at $0.6257 per square yard is significantly less expensive than asphalt patching, which is needed for slurry seal programs.
    The potential for citizen complaints related to loose aggregate in residential areas has been significantly reduced through the use of the
     modified surface treatment program in lieu of the standard surface treatment. Program is typically limited for use on roadways classified lower than a collector.
C. The current contract price for this application is $0.6978 per square yard using #8 aggregate and #9 stone.
D. Approximately 20-30 miles of road are sealed throughout the County annually which represents 32% of the total overlay program mileage since 1985.
E. With the modified seal program, there is a residue (sandy grit) that remains loose on the finished surface, but it dissipates in a short period of time.
    On an as needed basis, the County Highways Division also dispatches a vacuum truck after the surface has set to remove any remaining residue
    that is not otherwise dissipated. In addition, incidental striping may be performed under this program.
F. The final surface is similar to an asphalt overlay in appearance, an example of which is evidences on Millstone Landing Road.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The overlay programs are consistent with the Department's Pavement management Plan and Route Evaluation Study designed to provide a balance between
preventive maintenance and total roadway reconstruction. Roadways are rated based on weighted factors for elements of pavement distress, geometry, ride,
volume, width, signage, markings, etc and prioritized for inclusion in the capital program. Each program is also consistent with the approved Comprehensive Plan
policy regarding development and maintenance of the transportation system. These programs support and promote resource protection, environmental and
community character, cost containment and system preservation goals.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2..Bi.b.iv Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
All Election Districts throughout the County.



                                                 Total        Prior      FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                      Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                             Project      Approval    Budget          FY 2007         FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                   0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                        0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                    2,150,000     650,000     250,000        250,000         250,000     250,000      250,000      250,000          0
DEMOLITION                                              0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
INSPECTION/TESTING                                      0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
UTILITIES                                               0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
EQUIPMENT                                               0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
OTHER                                                   0           0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                     2,150,000     650,000     250,000        250,000         250,000     250,000     250,000       250,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                                    Total       Prior      FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                      Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                    Project     Approval    Budget          FY 2007         FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                    120,000     120,000           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            1,950,000     450,000     250,000        250,000         250,000     250,000      250,000      250,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                                      80,000      80,000           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                  0          0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
STATE FUNDS                                              0          0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                            0          0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                            0          0           0              0               0            0           0            0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     2,150,000     650,000     250,000        250,000         250,000     250,000     250,000       250,000          0
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                    CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Modified Seal Surface Treatment                                                HW-0303                                      Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A. The majority of preparatory work (such as berm removal, minor patching and pipe replacement) is performed by Highway
    Maintenance crews and rental contracts in support of this program as is the follow-up incidental striping.
B. In 1998, the decision to defer the use of slurry seal was effected to reduce citizen complaints, increase the competitive nature of the bid process,
    and to obtain lower unit pricing-resulting in the maintenance of additional roadway mileage.
C. Slurry seal adds no structural strength, has a textured surface, improves skid resistance and helps prevent water infiltration of the
    pavement, which is the most frequent cause of deterioration and failure. The prior cost was $0.81 - 0.88 per square yard.
D. In light of the condition of the County roads in FY2004, the program was reduced, reflecting the fiscal constraints. It is estimated that for every $1
   spent on preventative maintenance (system preservation), that between $4 and $10 is saved on future rehabilitation and reconstruction costs.



DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                           IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                       FY 2006  FY 2007                  FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0        0                        0            0             0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                           0             0             0             0             0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                               0             0             0             0             0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                              0             0             0             0             0             0
UTILITIES                                                                         0             0             0             0             0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                             0             0             0             0             0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                0             0             0             0             0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                      0             0             0             0             0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                    PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
County Mapping                                                                    HW-0502                            Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Detailed topographic mapping of the County growth centers. Aerial photography and digital data will be collected for use in
establishing a County-wide network and a layered multi-agency GIS system. Development of a GIS roadway centerline layer. Mapping will support regional
stormwater management analyses corridor mapping / preservation, GASB financials, aid in evaluating traffic impact studies, establish a GIS centerline,
facilitate planning/development review and expedite Emergency Management Agency (EMA) response.
Funding planned in the five-year capital program provides for the continued densification of existing control points (130) and global
positioning surveys and aero triangulation by the State.
A. The mapping will be in conjunction with and support of the new Comprehensive Land Use Plan. In November, 1992, the Department
     set the first 130 precise Global Positioning Stations (GPS) using numbered brass caps embedded in concrete monuments in
     accordance with the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) Blue-Booking Standards. Through subsequent densification, the County
     currently has 283 monuments. It is this Department's objective to continue with GPS network densification until all new
      subdivision and site plan surveys can feasibly tie into same and form a County-wide network. A listing of GPS points and their
      respective locations is available to the public at no cost.
B. Mapping will aid and support GIS and GASB requirements, regional stormwater management design/analysis needed for the developing growth
     areas, will aid in transportation planning, corridor mapping traffic impact studies and facilitate development review. The results of mapping to date
     have already been utilized by numerous County and non-County agencies.
C. Detailed topographic data will aid County personnel and local engineering firms in the planning and design of public and private
     facilities and development projects. Prior funding procured updated mapping sheets for use by the Department LUGM
     and engineering community and is being coordinated with the Information Technology Department.
D. The topographic and photographic data has been procured for the entire County and is currently sold to the local engineering
     community and/or private individuals to recoup costs via an established fee schedule. Revenues are estimated at $25,000 per year.
E. It is recommended that the topography be flown and updated every five (5) years. The County was flown in calendar year 1993,
     1998, and 2003 and is anticipated to be reflown in FY 2007 along with the purchase of a GIS digital elevation model (DEM), and tax map polygon
     closure for St. Mary's County. This project is critical to the development of GIS and corridor preservation/mapping.
F. FY 2007, FY 2008 and FY 2010/11 requests include $50,000 for the continued densification of existing control points (130) and
     global positioning surveys and $30,000 for aero triangulation by the State. FY 2003, FY 2006 and FY 2009 funding include the
      re-fly and procurement of updated topographic sheets. Of the estimated 350 sheets, only the developing areas need be updated at a
      cost of $1,375 per sheet. Lidar data collection for 2' counters: $61,000 for 300 square miles at 95% accuracy (7.28").
G. Future requests could be reduced as the new Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance requires installation of monuments by developers.
PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Countywide Integrated Strategic Planning (ISP) process, GIS database development / integration and mapping projects are dependent upon this project.
The new Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance also requires the development community to assist in the monument densification process.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
This project is integral in implementing the policies of the plan. E.g., Sec. 3.2.3 calls for carefully monitoring population increases to ensure maintaining and
improving levels of efficiency of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1
LOCATION:
All Election Districts.

                                           Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      280,000       80,000             0         50,000       50,000            0      50,000           50,000          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                  0           0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                      0           0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
DEMOLITION                                        0           0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
INSPECTION                                        0           0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
UTILITIES                                         0           0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
OTHER/MAPPING                              100,000            0       100,000              0            0            0           0                0          0
OTHER/AERO TRIANGULATION                   120,000            0             0         30,000       30,000            0      30,000           30,000          0
TOTAL COSTS                                500,000       80,000       100,000         80,000       80,000            0      80,000           80,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                             Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       500,000       80,000       100,000         80,000       80,000            0      80,000           80,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                                    0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
STATE FUNDS                                      0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0            0             0              0            0            0           0                0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                500,000       80,000       100,000         80,000       80,000            0      80,000           80,000          0
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                          PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
County Mapping                                          HW-0502                             Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                 DESCRIPTION                        FY 2006   FY 2007   FY 2008     FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                           0         0         0           0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                   0        0          0          0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                       0        0          0          0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                      0        0          0          0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                 0        0          0          0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                     0        0          0          0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                        0        0          0          0         0            0
               TOTAL COSTS                                0        0          0          0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                    PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Streetscape Improvements                                                          HW-0501                           Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Provide street tree plantings and other streetscape improvements along designated County roadways to enhance the aesthetic and
rural character of the community in accordance with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Project will
also assist in the revitalization efforts of Lexington Park.
A. The project is supported by several provisions in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and is recognized as a valuable
     supplement to future developer funded efforts along our County roadways.
B. Creation of landscaping as a public amenity, a "Bay Friendly" environmental program, and promoting rural / scenic character is a
     desired element of our planned roadways network.
C. Project will be used to satisfy forest conservation requirements as a result of County roadway construction which should be funded
    as separate projects and will also help address the consumption of natural resources by revitalizing existing development areas.
D. An estimated 300 - 500 indigenous trees per year (2 1/2" caliper @ 6' height) will be planted along County roadways. Future funding may be
     used for brick pavers, sidewalks and town and village center signage.
E. FY 2006-09 project may also include streetscape and street improvements (street trees, sidewalk benches, crosswalk pavers, lighting) along
     designated streets in Town Center areas identified in the Comprehensive Plan, in Development Districts as shown in the Tulagi Place
     Master Plan and in the priority funding areas. Public/private partnerships are also being developed that compliment existing SHA projects.
F. Completed projects include the following properties along MD 246: Dorsey/Decesarius, St. Mary's Motors/Taylor Gas, Toyota of Southern Maryland,
    Decker LineX, Memorial Sitting Garden and Lore's Laundry. Future projects may include Crystal Car Wash, CVS Pharmacy, Checkers Restaurant,
    Aldridge Ford, and Gibson County Sausage and Produce.
G. Monies approved in FY 2004 may be utilized to match public / private partnership grants or the addition of brick pavers lighting upgrades,
    street furniture and placement of overhead utilities into underground conduits.
H. FY 2005 monies are for the installation of approximately 38 decorative street lights along South Shangri-La Drive and on the east side of
    South Essex Drive to complete the Pathways to Schools sidewalk Project funded by the MDOT in FY 2003.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Projects are supported in the Lexington Park Plan in areas targeted for rehabilitation and revitalization. In addition, the Comprehensive Plan encourages that
the County's unique rural character and attributes be maintained and enhanced. In addition, the Plan policy describes the desire to improve aesthetics along
primary transportation routes, to designate scenic roadways, and in commercial core / higher density residential areas, to provide street tree plantings. For
existing county maintained roadways, where ordinances did not require the minimization of the removal of trees associated with development activities, this
project will help mitigate the impacts of tree removal along the roadway systems. The new Road Ordinance requires street scaping as an integral part of new
developments.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority A-1


LOCATION:
All Election Districts throughout the County.

                                           Total        Prior        FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                 0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
CONSTRUCTION                               436,267      116,267        80,000         80,000             0      80,000           0       80,000          0
DEMOLITION                                       0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
INSPECTION                                       0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
UTILITIES                                        0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
EQUIPMENT                                        0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
OTHER                                            0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                436,267      116,267        80,000         80,000             0      80,000           0       80,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                             Total        Prior        FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       407,946       87,946        80,000         80,000             0      80,000           0       80,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                               28,321       28,321             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
STATE FUNDS                                      0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0            0             0              0             0            0          0            0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                436,267      116,267        80,000         80,000             0      80,000           0       80,000          0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                 CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                              PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Streetscape Improvements                                                    HW-0501                                       Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
An additional $20,000 is needed to fund the balance of the 45 streetlights planned for this corridor.




                                                         IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                      INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006   FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                        0         0                       0              0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                      0             0                0           0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                          0             0                0           0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                         0             0                0           0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                                5,100         5,100            5,100       5,100     5,100        5,100
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                        0             0                0           0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                           0             0                0           0         0            0
               TOTAL COSTS                                               5,100         5,100            5,100       5,100     5,100        5,100

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
The installation of the decorative lighting impacts the County Highways Division Operating Budget each subsequent year. Cost for electric service is $9 per
light per month assuming installation of 38 lights. The amount shown reflects a 25% increase in FY 06, based on SMECO rate increase estimates.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Pegg Road Extension (to MD Route 5)                                            HW-0601                            Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Extend Pegg Road to provide a direct phased connection between MD 237 and Indian Bridge Road (Phase 1), then to MD 5 for access to the Patuxent
River Naval Air Station (Phase 2) as per the Lexington Park Transportation plan recommendation.
Functional Classification: Arterial
Phase 1 Length: 1 mile--Phase 2 Length: 1.3 miles.
Posted Speed Limit: 35 mph
ADT PHV (1996): 2342-306; (2002) 4650 - 419
A. Due to the heavy flow of traffic between the Lexington Park area and the Leonardtown area (as seen in the turning movements at
    the intersection of MD 246/MD 5 and MD 246/237) it is recommended that a road be constructed that would allow for a direct
    connection between MD 237 and MD 5. The proposed road would commence at the Pegg Road / MD 237 intersection, and proceed southwest,
    to MD 471 (Phase I), then across MD 471 to form a T-intersection with MD 5 (Phase II). The proposed Pegg Road extension would allow motorists a
    more direct route to/from Lexington Park, especially to the PNAWC. Motorists wishing to access the PNAWC from the Leonardtown area will have
    a more convenient trip with the proposed Pegg Road extension and the opening of the North Gate, opposite Pegg Road at MD 235.
    The existing intersections of MD 246/MD 5 and MD 246/MD 237, as well as the mainline of MD 246, will benefit (LOS, safety,
    operations) from the traffic diversion created by the proposed extension road.
B. Survey, alignment, and corridor adoption is anticipated in FY 2006. Design will include the extension of Pegg Road to current Rural Arterial standards
   (two 12' lanes; 12' shoulders) within an 80-100' right-of-way. An environmental assessment, similar to NEPA, will also be conducted in FY 2006.
C. Plats, appraisals, and land acquisition is anticipated to begin in FY 2007 with construction drawings and displacements in FY 2008.
D. Construction costs are based on preliminary estimates that are subject to change. Two (2) bridges may be required in Phase 2 which could
     cost upwards of $3M. Permitting is planned for FY 2009. Phase 1 alignment should be developed to minimize displacements.
E. If available, project is anticipated to be 75% reimbursable by the State, with the exception of land acquisition.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
In accordance with the Comprehensive Plan, an evaluation of new roads will be conducted to ensure they do not adversely impact cultural, historical and
environmental features. Project is consistent with the Lexington Park Transportation Plan. Project provides a secondary exit from Pax River NAS in the event
of a nuclear emergency per the Radiological Emergency Plan. The Comprehensive Plan emphasizes transportation system preservation and the need to effect
improvements and additions to the road network based on capacity, safety, traffic flow, level of service, land use, etc.


COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b. Effect improvements and additions to the road network to correspond to and support the infrastructure needs in growth areas; to ensure adequate
highway and road system capacity; to provide planned level of service for existing and proposed land uses; and to address adequate facilities outside the
growth areas
LOCATION:
8TH Election District
Between MD Route 237 and MD Route 5



                                          Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                           Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                      Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010 FY 2011           Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                     893,258           0       473,455       125,941      293,862            0           0       0                    0
LAND ACQUISITION                          840,000           0             0       230,000      610,000            0           0       0                    0
CONSTRUCTION                            6,251,882           0             0             0            0            0 1,668,941 1,313,750            3,269,191
DEMOLITION                                       0          0             0             0            0            0           0       0                    0
INSPECTION / TESTING                      244,000           0             0             0            0            0      62,000  62,000              120,000
UTILITIES / TRAFFIC SIGNAL                182,500           0             0             0            0            0      45,000 137,500                    0
EQUIPMENT                                        0          0             0             0            0            0           0       0                    0
WETLAND MITIGATION                        225,941           0             0             0            0            0      50,000 175,941                    0
TOTAL COSTS                             8,637,581           0       473,455       355,941      903,862            0 1,825,941 1,689,191            3,389,191


FUNDING SOURCE                            Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                           Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                            Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010 FY 2011           Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                          4,874,250           0             0             0            0            0 1,250,000   861,000            2,763,250
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                      236,395           0             0             0       27,921            0           0 208,474                    0
  IMPACT FEES                           2,018,467           0        94,691       230,000      250,000            0     450,000 493,776              500,000
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                   500,000           0             0             0      500,000            0           0       0                    0
STATE FUNDS                             1,008,469           0       378,764       125,941      125,941            0     125,941 125,941              125,941
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0          0             0             0            0            0           0       0                    0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0          0             0             0            0            0           0       0                    0
TOTAL FUNDS                             8,637,581           0       473,455       355,941      903,862            0 1,825,941 1,689,191            3,389,191
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                           PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Pegg Road Extension (to MD Route 5)                                      HW-0601                                     Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A portion of the corridor may be built by developers prior to 2010. Displacements should be minimal. Two(2) bridge structures may be required in Phase 2.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
Project is now shown for Phase 1 construction funding, beginning in FY 2010.




                                                        IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                     INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                   FY 2006   FY 2007               FY 2008       FY 2009     FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                       0         0                     0             0           0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                     0            0             0           0            0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                         0            0             0           0            0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                        0            0             0           0            0            0
UTILITIES                                                                   0            0             0           0            0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                       0            0             0           0            0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                          0            0             0           0       25,000       25,000
               TOTAL COSTS                                                  0            0             0           0       25,000       25,000

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Operating budget impact based on $2 per linear foot historical expenditure data for entire County road network.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                    PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Removal of Roadside Obstacles                                                     HW-0304                           Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Grading, tree removal, cut and fill operations, intersection improvements, utility relocations both lateral and underground, fore slope adjustments,
extending the length of drainage culverts, etc., to remove roadside obstacles in high hazard locations and improve dangerous
roadway conditions. Sight distance improvements and removal of roadside hazards are necessary to assure highway safety is
maintained. Program was originally established at a funding level of $260,000 per year.
A. The proposed design and construction work will be performed by the County's Rental Contractors and may include design services.
B. AASHTO recommendations for treatment of roadside obstacles on existing roadways should be considered in the following priority:
    elimination of the hazard, relocation of the hazard, corrective measures to reduce the hazard, and barriers to reduce accident severity.
C. A "clear zone" of 10 feet or more from the edge of the travel way for rural local roads, and a minimum of 1.5 feet beyond the face of
    curb in urban sections should be provided. These recovery areas should be clear of all unyielding objects such as trees or
    unyielding sign supports, utility poles, light poles and any other fixed objects that might cause safety concerns or damage an
    out-of-control vehicle. Intersection alignment and vertical/horizontal sight distance require similar attention.
D. Typical applications include: The intersection of Mt. Wolfe Road and Iroquois Lane (sight distance); the intersection of Cherry field
     Road and Drayden Road (FY 03 eval. sight distance); Bethel Church Road at Coffee Hill Run (culvert extension); Flat Iron Road (sight distance
    at Michelle Drive), Queentree Road, approximately 500' north of Widow Lane (roadside grading to accommodate tracking of
     trucks and school buses); the intersection of Grayson Road and Villa Road (grading/tree removal); the intersection of Lane down
     and Larredore Road (tree removal), Far Cry Road, the intersection of St. George's Park Road intersection with Deagle Boat Yard
    Road (sight distance/utilities), River Road and William Howard Way intersection, Steer Horn Neck Road (sight distance at various
    locations), Settlers Lane and Old Rolling Road intersection, Big Chestnut Road (road grade) at the intersection of Bayside Road,
    Maypole Road (widening), White Point Road (widening), Riverwinds Drive (widening), Joe Hazel Road (widening), Waterside Drive,
    Lockes Crossing and Old Village Road intersection (utility pole), Cedar Lane, Brown Road, Vista Road, Blacksmith Shop
    Road (intersection), Spruce Drive at Chestnut Road and Gunston Drive and Flat Iron Road (sight distance problem at Booth Farm),
    and White Lane and Oaks Road (intersection sight distance).
E. Priorities are based on traffic volume, accident history, level of hazard and extent of corrections required.
F. Project may include the relocation of utility poles and placement of guardrails within the clear zone and establishment of prior rights,
    but does not include relocation of utilities underground. Skewed intersections that affect sight distance and operational safety, such as
    the Horseshoe and Manor Road intersection (FY 2003) will also be systematically addressed.
G. The cost of adding rumble strips / pavement grooving along the roadway shoulder (one side) is approximately $1.39 per linear foot or $7,340 per mile.
PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Obstruction removal programs are consistent with the horizontal and vertical requirements of the Road Ordinance and the transportation system maintenance
policy in the Comprehensive Plan. In addition, obstructions to cross-visibility provisions were included in Chapter 81 of the new Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance
to assist in cases where the obstruction lays on private property that affects the vision of operators of vehicles traveling on County roads.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b.iv. Improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics along primary routes in St. Mary's County.
Priority B-1

LOCATION:
Roads throughout the County.

                                            Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                        Project     Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                             0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                  0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                982,000     202,000       260,000             0      260,000            0      260,000             0           0
DEMOLITION                                        0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
INSPECTION/TESTING                                0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
UTILITIES                                         0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
EQUIPMENT                                         0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
OTHER                                             0           0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                 982,000     202,000       260,000             0      260,000            0     260,000              0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                              Total       Prior        FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                              Project     Approval      Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2010 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                              202,000     202,000             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                        780,000           0       260,000             0      260,000            0      260,000             0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                      0          0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                            0          0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
STATE FUNDS                                        0          0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                      0          0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                      0          0             0             0            0            0           0              0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                 982,000     202,000       260,000             0      260,000            0     260,000              0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Removal of Roadside Obstacles                              HW-0304                            Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                        FY 2006   FY 2007    FY 2008     FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                            0         0          0           0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                     0         0        0           0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                         0         0        0           0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                        0         0        0           0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                   0         0        0           0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                       0         0        0           0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                          0         0        0           0         0            0
                TOTAL COSTS                                 0         0        0           0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                    PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tulagi Place Revitalization                                                       HW-0602                             Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Construction of several revitalization projects in conjunction with the Lexington Park Plan that will focus on future investments in transportation
elements that will help leverage the completion of larger projects.

A. The County completed the acquisition of Lexington Manor on December 20, 2004.
B. Coral Place streetscape and reconstruction project was completed in 2004.
C. FY 2006 includes $570,000 for the acquisition of property options and related costs required for key elements of the Plan,
    such as the Lei Drive/ Willows Road traffic circle. FY 2006 monies includes completion of the schematic design of the traffic circle / round-a-bout
   with final design in FY 2010.
D. The respective estimated FY 2009 / 10 land acquisition costs for these key elements are: $240,000 / $190,000
E. FY 2006 includes development of a Master Plan for the South Parcel of Lexington Manor for community and recreational use.
F. Construction monies in FY 2006 include the major reconstruction of 1000' of Midway Drive and final improvements to Bunker Hill Drive which serve
    as the primary entrance from MD 246 (Great Mills Road) to Nicolet Park. Community Legacy program grant of $48,750 is available to fund
    a portion of the new sidewalk costs of the project. FY 2005 design was completed as a part of the prior Tulagi Place Master Plan project.
G. FY 2006 monies also include the completion of the Pathways to Schools project along Shangri-La Drive with the additional of street furnishings
     such as decorative receptacles, benches, landscaping and lighting along Bunker Hill Drive. The Pathways to Schools project completes
     pedestrian access links along South Shangri-La Drive and South Essex Drive to the new Lexington Park School and Library.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:                 Lexington Park - Tulagi Place Master Plans and Comprehensive Plan.
A. The 2002 St. Mary's County Comprehensive Plan designates Lexington Park and Leonardtown as the two development districts in
   the County. Accordingly, as most of the County's expected growth is to be directed to development districts
   and community facilities and services are to be concentrated there.
B. The Lexington Park Development District is approximately equivalent to the County's 8th Election District. The 8th district contains
   39,228 acres, slightly under one fifth of the County land area. Lexington Park is the most densely populated district in the County land
   area. Over one -third of the total County population lives in the 8th District. This area is projected to grow by
   approximately 20 percent over the next 15 years, reaching 39,162 by the year 2020.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.b. Effect improvements and additions to the road network to correspond to and support the infrastructure needs in growth areas; to ensure adequate
highway and road system capacity; to provide planned level of service for existing and proposed land uses; and to address adequate facilities outside the
growth areas. 7 F. 1) and 2)
Priority A-1


LOCATION: 8th Election District. Southeast side of the Great Mills Road/Coral Place intersection.

                                           Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      100,000            0        10,000             0             0            0      90,000               0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                           630,000            0       200,000             0             0     240,000     190,000                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                               500,000            0       500,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
DEMOLITION                                        0           0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
INSPECTION/TESTING                                0           0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
UTILITIES                                         0           0             0             0             0            0           0               0           0
STREET FURNITURE                            15,000            0        15,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
SOUTH PARCEL MASTER PLAN                    50,000            0        50,000             0             0            0           0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                              1,295,000            0       775,000             0             0     240,000     280,000                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                             Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                          Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0            0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       280,000            0             0             0             0            0    280,000                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                              640,000            0       400,000             0             0     240,000           0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                    326,250            0       326,250             0             0            0          0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                 48,750            0        48,750             0             0            0          0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0            0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                    0            0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                              1,295,000            0       775,000             0             0     240,000     280,000                0           0
                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                             CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                         PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tulagi Place Revitalization                                            HW-0602                                   Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
Since the December 2004 acquisition of Lexington Manor, several of the County funded roadway extension projects should be able to be constructed by
others as a part of ongoing private development within this development district.




                                                     IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                   INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
              DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006   FY 2007             FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                     0         0                   0            0            0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                  0            0            0            0           0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                      0            0            0            0           0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                     0            0            0            0           0            0
UTILITIES                                                                0            0            0            0           0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                    0            0            0            0           0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                       0            0            0            0           0            0
              TOTAL COSTS                                                0            0            0            0           0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006
PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Transportation Plan Update                                                         HW-0401                            Highways

DESCRIPTION:
Update1992 Lexington Park Transportation Plan in response to growth in conjunction with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Perform County-wide
transportation planning and develop a comprehensive Highway Safety Improvement Program in accordance with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
The scope of services will be performed in multiple phases:
Phase 1: Lexington Park Transportation Plan Update (FY 2001/02). Phase 2: Begin data collection for County-wide Transportation Plan,
Integrated Strategic Planning and updates (FY 2003/06) Phase 3: County-Wide Pedestrian and Bicycle Trails Plan, GASB requirements (FY 2004).
Phase 4: Public process, graphic displays, right-of-way resolutions (FY 2005/08). Phase 5: Develop a GPS/GIS roadway centerlines, small area plans,
video / photo log, plan metric information and databases (FY 2008/09). Address NPDES requirements for over 100,000 population.
  State Transportation Enhancement and Recreational Program Funding may be available for reimbursement of eligible portions of the project for up to 50%.
A. The Plan was based on 1992 land use assumptions, which have dramatically changed since the Base consolidation. According to the Maryland Office
      of Planning, growth has increased approximately 10% above prior estimates and evaluation will assess impact on the transportation network in the year 2020.
     The updated plan will incorporate current approved developments and the most recent State Highway Administration studies. The extensions of
     Mattapany Road, Bradley Boulevard and the connection of Essex to Pacific Drive as shown in the Comprehensive Plan will also be evaluated. A
     transportation planning consultant has been selected for this project. The FY2006 funding may address Leonardtown, Village/Town Center and develop
     District needs with the Department of LU&GM, and may be utilized for the County share of signal installation at MD 246 / Westbury Boulevard.
B. Research, inventory, collect and map accidents (1990-1997), traffic information and other pertinent highway related data to include 1997 Route
     Evaluation Study, vehicle/traffic counts, signalization, levels of service, maintenance records, planned development, State improvements, current
    zoning, etc. Conduct planning and engineering studies of the existing County roadway networks, establish a quantitative process for prioritization
     and implementation of improvements, and evaluate hazardous locations and features in order to develop a comprehensive County-wide Transportation
     Plan and Highway Safety Improvement Program. Study will include the cost of, and safety benefits derived from, various alternatives. Establish
     policy and approval criteria for preservation of right-of-ways. Cross county connectors, street lighting, corridor mapping, adequate facilities, funding
     alternatives, park and ride facilities and the need for new roads and upgrades to existing roads will be evaluated. Formally establish road alignment
     geometry for new roads and require or acquire right-of-way on developed and undeveloped parcels. Project includes coordination of road and other
     transportation planning with the Town of Leonardtown, particularly interconnections between the Governmental Center and undeveloped lands east
     of Leonardtown per the Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Priority will be given to high growth and development areas. Scope will include the necessary
     labor to input data into the CarteGraph software used in completion of the Route Evaluation Study. Some trails may be eligible for Federal funds.
C. County-Wide Transportation, Pedestrian, Bicycle and Amish Trails Plan. Prepare a trails plan for use by both the public and private sectors
     in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan the Governor, and the Bicycle Pedestrian Access 2000 Bill, which included the implementation
     of a Retrofit Sidewalk Program and a State-wide bicycle map along State routes. Connecting and providing safe/convenient bicycle and pedestrian
     facilities to residential, employment, recreational, shopping and transit centers is an essential part of a well planned transportation system.
     Access to historical sites, schools, libraries, hospitals, parks, piers and boat ramps must also be considered. A full inventory of existing trails and
     facilities will be required as a part of the planning process. This project is in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan, the SHA
     Planning Guidelines for Transportation Projects; and the Retrofit Sidewalk Program. Projects providing linkages or completing existing trail systems
     will receive preference by the Recreation Trails Advisory Committee. The Transportation element will include cross county connectors, Leonardtown's
     Transportation Plan, access management strategies, corridor mapping, new zoning, transit routes, SHA r/w needs, village and town center plans.
D. Right-of-way Resolutions -Perform the necessary title work and deed research to help resolve real estate and maintenance issues associated with
     county roadways, including corridor management planning. Funding priority will be given to higher classification roadways.
E. Develop a GPS/GIS centerline for all County roadways to be used for mapping purposes and highway maintenance. Funding may
     include development of a video/maintenance log, which will be updated every five (5) years and incorporated into Cartography database.
PLANNING JUSTIFICATION: Comprehensive Plan, Integrated Strategic Planning, Lexington Park Transportation Plan, SHA CTP,
Route Evaluation Study, Article 66B, Roadway and Corridor Mapping
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.i.a. Develop and implement transportation plans and road standards that support and promote resource protection, environmental and community character
preservation, and cost containment goals. Priority A-1
LOCATION: Various locations throughout the County.

                                              Total      Prior         FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                        Project    Approval         Budget          FY 2007     FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                         350,000     50,000        150,000             0       50,000      50,000       50,000             0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                    0          0              0             0            0            0           0             0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                        0          0              0             0            0            0           0             0           0
EQUIPMENT                                           0          0              0             0            0            0           0             0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   350,000     50,000        150,000             0       50,000      50,000       50,000             0           0

FUNDING SOURCE                                Total        Prior       FY 2006                    Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                              Project      Approval       Budget         FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                      0             0           0            0             0            0           0             0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                          350,000        50,000     150,000            0        50,000      50,000       50,000             0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                       0             0           0            0             0            0           0             0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0           0            0             0            0           0             0           0
STATE FUNDS                                         0             0           0            0             0            0           0             0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0           0            0             0            0           0             0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   350,000        50,000     150,000            0        50,000      50,000       50,000             0           0
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Transportation Plan Update                                 HW-0401                            Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                        FY 2006   FY 2007   FY 2008     FY 2009   FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                             0         0         0           0         0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                     0         0        0           0         0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                         0         0        0           0         0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                        0         0        0           0         0            0
UTILITIES                                                   0         0        0           0         0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                       0         0        0           0         0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                          0         0        0           0         0            0
                  TOTAL COSTS                               0         0        0           0         0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Bridge / Culvert Replacement & Repair                                           HW-07XX                           Highways

DESCRIPTION:

Design, replace, rehabilitate and upgrade the deteriorated metal culvert crossings with reinforced concrete pipe through the County's
collector road network. Many of the existing pipes at major culverts are failing structurally and/or are inadequate to handle the runoff,
which results in localized flooding, pavement failure and potential safety concerns.
A. The State Highway Administration indicated that the sufficiency ratings for the Dr. Johnson Road structure now meet eligibility
     requirements for Federal Bridge Replacement funding. At present, approximately $226,000 is available for the Dr. Johnson Road
     replacement will be utilized in FY 2005, once design and permitting is completed in CY 05.
B. FY 2007 and 2010 monies will be utilized for the replacement and upgrade of deteriorated structures at major culvert crossings. Typical
    culvert replacement applications include: Baptist Church Road at Forest Hall Branch (completed), Bayside Road at Cecil Creek
    (completed), Flat Iron Road at Warehouse Run (completed), Jones Road at Richneck Creek (completed), Oakville Road at
    Coatigan Run (completed), Bayside Road at Tenneson Creek (two locations), Blake Creek Road at Big Duke Creek, Busy
    Corner Road at tributary of St. Clements Creek, Davis Road at Indiantown Run, Drayden Road at Herring Creek, Flat Iron Road at
    Johns Creek, Flat Iron Road at Lennie's Creek, Maypole Road at Miski Run, Friendship School Road at Burnt Mill Creek, Lockes
    Hill Road at Lockes Swamp Creek, Dr. Johnson Road at St. Clements Creek, St. Jeromes Neck Road at Shea Alley Way, Jones
    Road at Toms Swamp Run, Hurry Road at Nelson Run, Mechanicville Road at Chaptico Creek and Coffee Hill Run.
C. FY 2007, 2008, & 2010 are for survey, design, and permitting to offset in-house services.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
National Bridge Inspection Standards require inspection, maintenance and repair programs be established on all public roads. Federal monies are utilized for
periodic inspections on inventoried structures with supplemental inspections by the County. Project also addresses the Adequate Public Facilities and
infrastructure maintenance requirements of the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
Section IV.3.1.2.B.i.a: Develop and implement transportation plans and road standards that support and promote resource protection, environmental and
community character preservation , and cost containment goals.


Priority A-1


LOCATION:
Various locations throughout the County.




                                         Total      Prior           FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                   Project    Approval           Budget        FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                     20,000          0                0            0       20,000            0           0              0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                               0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
CONSTRUCTION                             357,000          0                0      157,000            0            0     200,000              0           0
DEMOLITION                                     0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
INSPECTION                                     0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
UTILITIES                                      0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
EQUIPMENT                                      0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
OTHER                                          0          0                0            0            0            0           0              0           0
TOTAL COSTS                              377,000          0                0      157,000       20,000            0     200,000              0           0

FUNDING SOURCE                           Total          Prior       FY 2006                   Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                         Project        Approval       Budget        FY 2007      FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   0              0          0            0            0            0           0              0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       377,000              0          0      157,000       20,000            0     200,000              0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                    0              0          0            0            0            0           0              0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                          0              0          0            0            0            0           0              0           0
STATE FUNDS                                      0              0          0            0            0            0           0              0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                    0              0          0            0            0            0           0              0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                377,000              0          0      157,000       20,000            0     200,000              0           0
                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                              PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Bridge / Culvert Replacement & Repair                                      HW-07XX                                      Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A. The Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart C, entitled National Bridge Inspection Standards, applies to all structures defined as
    "bridges" located on all public roads. As per subpart 650, 305, each bridge is to be inspected biennially, at regular intervals not to
    exceed two (2) years in accordance with the American Association of State Highways and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
    Manual. Program funding may be utilized for recommended safety corrections and minor paving adjacent to the structures.
B. An inventory of flooded conditions is also maintained, which includes Adkins Road, Bayside Road, Big Chestnut Road, Bishop
    Road, Bushwood Road, Chingville Road, Cornfield Harbor Road, Old Breton Beach Road, Old Hermanville Road, Palmer Road,
    Parsons Mill Road, Pincushion Road, River Road and St. Jerome's Neck Road.
C. Typical costs for minor structure replacements are between $30-$50,000.


DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006   FY 2007                 FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                         0         0                       0             0             0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                        0             0            0             0             0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                            0             0            0             0             0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                           0             0            0             0             0           0
UTILITIES                                                                      0             0            0             0             0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                          0             0            0             0             0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             0             0            0             0             0           0
               TOTAL COSTS                                                     0             0            0             0             0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                   PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Regional Stormwater Management Facility                                          HW-0503                            Highways

DESCRIPTION:
This project provides a study for regional stormwater management within the development growth areas of the County, develops a pilot
facility to establish the program's viability and supports the new Comprehensive Land Use Plan. The study for the development of
regional stormwater management structures will help in planning the development of the growth area. Data collection would be
accomplished by utilizing available resources such as land use maps, topography and aerial photos. The study will provide for the
location for the stormwater management structures, costs for construction, mechanisms for developer cost participation, etc.
May also include establishing a formal County wetland mitigation and banking site for County Government projects
A. Data collection will be accomplished by utilizing available resources such as land use maps, topography, aerial photos, etc.
B. The initial site selected for the location of phased stormwater management structures is the Governmental Center Complex. Design is complete.
     The scope of services will include construction cost estimates. The site will also be used as a banking site to address
      the new Stormwater Management Ordinance on County government roadway widening projects. Other potential sites were
      also identified during the study.
C. The phased water quantity and quality retrofit designs for the Governmental Center Master Plan facilities will be funded in FY 05 and FY 07-08
      by this project as will mitigating roadway widening projects. Future sites may also include airport property, Tall Timbers and Golden Beach areas.
D. Future projects may include the establishment of a regional wetland mitigation banking area on County-owned
     properties for all capital improvement projects @ $1.20 s.f. The plats necessary for a forest conservation easement mitigation site may also
     be funded under this type of project.
E. A $320,000 Department of Natural Resources Stream Restoration and Watershed Management Grant was not approved in FY 05. As such, the project
     costs have been phased over several years and should be permitted in FY 06.
F. When the County population exceeds 100,000 future retrofit projects will be needed to address the impacts of NPDES requirements.


PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan supports the stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay. In conjunction with the new Stormwater Management and Comprehensive Zoning
Ordinances, areas with historical drainage issues and / or governmental facility complexes will be analyzed.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.1.2. Adopt a comprehensive approach to management of pollution (point and non-point sources) to minimize adverse impacts on water quality in the
Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries that result from high nutrient loadings in runoff from surrounding lands or the pollutant discharges from point sources, and
from unvegetated areas and impervious surfaces.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
Major growth and development areas of the County.



                                          Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                      Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                      15,000       15,000             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                 0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
CONSTRUCTION                              418,500            0             0       250,000       168,500            0          0               0           0
DEMOLITION                                       0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
INSPECTION/TESTING                               0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
UTILITIES                                        0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
EQUIPMENT                                        0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
OTHER                                            0           0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL COSTS                               433,500       15,000             0       250,000       168,500            0          0               0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                            Total        Prior        FY 2006                     Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                            Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                      433,500       15,000             0       250,000       168,500            0          0               0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                   0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                         0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
STATE FUNDS                                     0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                   0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                   0            0             0             0             0            0          0               0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                               433,500       15,000             0       250,000       168,500            0          0               0           0
                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                            PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Regional Stormwater Management Facility                                   HW-0503                                     Highways

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A. There is a statewide program to pay fees-in-lieu of constructing wetlands. The State charges $50,000 per acre for fees in lieu
  and there exists a mitigation site at Zekiah Swamp for projects in Calvert, Charles, St. Mary's and Prince George's Counties
  at $44,000 per acre. Proposed scope of this project is for the County to identify its own site.
B. A future project for the purchase of the 66.9 acre Nimmerichter Parcel 151, just south of the SMC Airport may be pursued. This can be
   used as a wetland mitigation/banking site, stormwater management / quality area and for future airport development @ $3,500/acre.
C. A previous FY02 project was utilized for the design and construction of a regional bioretention demonstration project adjacent to Taylor
   Gas in Lexington Park.


DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
Future projects of $180,000 between FY 2009 and FY 2011 to establish regional wetland mitigation banking area on County-owned properties for all capital
improvement projects @ $1.20 s.f. and plats necessary for a forest conservation easement mitigation site(s) were removed.




                                                        IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                     INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                                   FY 2006   FY 2007                FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                       0         0                      0             0            0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                      0            0             0            0             0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                          0            0             0            0             0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                         0            0             0            0             0           0
UTILITIES                                                                    0            0             0            0             0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                        0            0             0            0             0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                           0            0             0            0             0           0
               TOTAL COSTS                                                   0            0             0            0             0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




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  SOLID WASTE
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                           PROJ. NO.              PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Andrews Landfill Area D / Future Exp / Closures                                      SW-0302                         Solid Waste

DESCRIPTION:
Provide the evaluation and expansion capabilities for the remaining property at the St. Andrews site in accordance with the Solid Waste Management Plan and Maryland
Department of the Environment requirements to allow for 20-30 years of additional disposal capacity.
A. AREA C EXPANSION. Prior monies were for the final design for Area C as primary per the contingency plan for St. Mary's County in accordance
    with the Solid Waste Plan and Refuse Disposal Permit issued by M.D.E. This 23.3 acre site may allow 13-15 years of disposal capacity from the
    six convenience centers. Out-year capital budget requests for Area C includes: construction-($7,600,000); inspection-($400,000); plan includes
    Leachate collection and off-loading, scale houses and entrance road improvements. Future capping monies need programmed
    for: design-($235,000); capping construction- ($4,700,000) and QAQC construction management & inspection-($250,000).
B. EVALUATION OF AREA D
     1. FY 2003 prior to Refuse Disposal Application, a phase 1 and 2 hydrolgeologic and hydrologic study is required to determine soil depths, movement
         and direction of ground/surface waters. FY 2006 cost includes: $239,000 to complete the needed feasibility studies,
        groundwater hydropunch "grab samples" to asses possible environmental concerns, and $80,000 in FY 2006 for monitoring wells.
     2. Project includes preparation of a two (2) lot subdivision plat to include the acquired Warnsing property and to reduce the buffer impacts on the
         Area C design. Beginning Area D evaluation in CY 03 may ensure grandfathering status from new MDE regulations.
     3. Studies are required to determine the feasibility of the area as a possible landfill site. In FY 2006, one year of groundwater data will be collected.
C. AREA D FUTURE LANDFILL EXPANSION:
     1. Design a new 26.3 acre facility which may allow 15-17 years of additional disposal capacity. A three (3) year State approval process
          should be anticipated. As such, the preliminary design should begin three (3) years prior to closure of Area C. Estimated Area D construction
         costs are based on $137,000 per acre.
     2. FY2007 final design: ($205,000), future construction: ($3,600,000) and inspection ($181,000).
     3. This future plan will provide necessary additional solid waste disposal capacity for an estimated ten (10) to twelve
         (12) years or significantly longer if only County residential waste is deposited.
D. LANDFILL AREA D CLOSURE CAP, CELLS ONE (1) AND TWO (2):
     1. Cap cells one (1) and two (2) together. Project may include 7 acres of Area C, Cell 3.
     2. Continue to monitor closed landfill areas.
     3. Future capital budget request will include: design-($198,000); construction-($3,960,000); QAQC construction management
         & inspection-($190,000), and 5% contingency.
     4. Construction estimate based on 26.3 acres at a closure cost of $150,600/acre per MDE typical cost data.
E. FY 2006 and FY 2007 includes $200,000 per year for implementation of State approved gas remediation St. Andrews and Clements Landfills.
PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
 The Comprehensive Plan implementation policy includes addressing the goals and objectives of the Solid Waste Management and Recycling Plan. Evaluations and
possible future projects are based on the recommendations in the plan and contingency agreements in place, which may include FY 2009 joint funding, for an expansion
to the Appeal facility in Calvert County.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.C. Meet increasing demand for solid waste management through use of traditional and innovative methods.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
8th Election District St. Andrews Landfill adjacent to Route 4, California, MD.


                                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project       Approval       Budget         FY 2007    FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            624,000             0       319,000       205,000          0      100,000            0             0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                       0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                     480,500        80,500       200,000       200,000          0            0            0             0           0
DEMOLITION                                             0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
INSPECTION                                             0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
UTILITIES                                              0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                    1,104,500        80,500       519,000       405,000          0      100,000           0              0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total         Prior         FY 2006                      Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project       Approval       Budget         FY 2007    FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                   795,500         5,500       385,000       405,000          0            0            0             0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                             175,000        75,000              0            0          0      100,000            0             0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                          0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
STATE FUNDS                                      134,000             0       134,000             0          0            0            0             0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                          0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                          0             0              0            0          0            0            0             0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    1,104,500        80,500       519,000       405,000          0      100,000           0              0           0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                          PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Andrews Landfill Area D / Future Exp / Closures                           SW-0302                                     Solid Waste

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A solid waste sinking fund, enterprise fund or rate stabilization fund should be established for planned solid waste activities in accordance with the Solid Waste
Management and Recycling Plan as adopted by the Board of County Commissioners via Ordinance No. 2001-35A and as approved by the Maryland Department of the
Environment on April 8, 2002.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                           IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006      FY 2007               FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0         0                     0            0             0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         0             0             0             0            0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                             0             0             0             0            0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                            0             0             0             0            0             0
UTILITIES                                                                       0             0             0             0            0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                           0             0             0             0            0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                              0             0             0             0            0             0
                  TOTAL COSTS                                                   0             0             0             0            0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




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LAND CONSERVATION
            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                            PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Agriculture Land Preservation Programs                                                     AP-0401                                   Land Conservation

DESCRIPTION:
All agricultural land preservation programs have been combined into one CIP budget. The following programs are funded through this CIP.
Dedicated funding sources for all agriculture land preservation programs come from the agriculture transfer tax and a portion of the County recordation tax.
Matching funds for the Rural Legacy Program.
A. The Patuxent Tidewater Land Trust and the St. Mary's County Government are co-sponsors of the Rural Legacy project in the Huntersville area
     and the Mattapany Forrest Block.
B. St. Mary's County has been awarded $9 million in state funds in the past for the Rural Legacy Program.
C. The funds will be used by the Trust to acquire easements over several large parcels of rural property along the Patuxent River in the Huntersville area
      and Mattapany Forrest Block.
D. $250,000 has been budgeted each year for the next 5 fiscal years to provide county matching funds to the State's funding.

Matching funds for the Maryland Agriculture Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF) Program. This program is administered by the Maryland
Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation, the County governing body and the County Agricultural Land Preservation Advisory Board.
A. Each year the Maryland Agricultural Preservation Foundation (MALPF) requests the amount of matching funds the County has available to commit
     to the MALPF program.
    The State has a general allotted amount of $350,000 available to every County. In the matching funds program, for every dollar the County allocates,
     the State matches it with $1.50 up to a maximum of $666,000.
B. As long as the State provides this level of matching funds and there is a demand for the program the County will continue to provide the maximum
    amount of matching funds to leverage the most state dollars. This program will continue from FY 2006 and beyond.

Funding for the St. Mary's County Purchase of Development Right Program

A. The land eligible for protection by the county under the PDR program include: "Green Infrastructure" as mapped by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources;
    potential water impoundment areas when officially mapped by the county; scenic corridors and transportation corridors when officially mapped by the County; lands having,
    or that are needed to buffer, significant areas of sensitive areas - streams and their buffers; wetlands and their buffers; floodplains; habitats of rare, threatened or
    endangered species; and natural areas of special state concern; important tracts of forest and farm lands that may not be eligible for protection through existing
   easement or preservation programs; sites suitable for mitigation banking for forest or wetlands; and protection of land necessary to provide connections between
   tracts of protected lands listed above, whether or not the connecting lands also have those resources present.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Chapter 3 of the Comprehensive plan.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.4 Preserve available agricultural and rural resource areas, agricultural uses and activities throughout the county for their importance as components of both an important local industry
and of rural character.
Priority A-1
LOCATION:
Rural Preservation District



                                           Total           Prior            FY 2006                                  Five Year Capital Program                                  Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                       Project         Approval          Budget              FY 2007          FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010              FY 2011     Complete
EASEMENT ACQUISITION                      18,685,352       2,269,352         2,711,000        2,721,000        2,731,000      2,741,000      2,751,000            2,761,000                   0
LAND ACQUISITION                                   0               0                 0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
CONSTRUCTION                                       0               0                 0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
INSPECTION                                         0               0                 0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
UTILITIES                                          0               0                 0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
TOTAL COSTS                               18,685,352       2,269,352         2,711,000        2,721,000        2,731,000      2,741,000      2,751,000            2,761,000                   0



FUNDING SOURCE                             Total           Prior            FY 2006                                  Five Year Capital Program                                  Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                             Project         Approval          Budget              FY 2007          FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010              FY 2011     Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                     0                0                0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                       5,234,000           83,000          571,000          916,000          916,000        916,000        916,000              916,000                   0
  IMPACT FEES                                      0                0                0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                            0                0                0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
STATE FUNDS                                8,775,000          675,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000      1,350,000      1,350,000            1,350,000                   0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                      0                0                0                0                0               0             0                    0                   0
OTHER SOURCES                              4,676,352        1,511,352          790,000          455,000          465,000        475,000        485,000              495,000                   0
TOTAL FUNDS                               18,685,352        2,269,352        2,711,000        2,721,000        2,731,000      2,741,000      2,751,000            2,761,000                   0
           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                          CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.                                PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Agricultural Land Preservation                                                     AP-0401                                           Land Conservation

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Other funding includes $100,000 of Agricultural Transfer Tax and the balance is from the portion of the Recordation Tax collections, which is dedicated to land preservation.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

  INCREMENTAL OPERATING
        DESCRIPTION                                                        FY 2006             FY 2007          FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2010          FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                       0              0                0                0                0                0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                              0                0                0                0               0                0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                  0                0                0                0               0                0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                 0                0                0                0               0                0
UTILITIES                                                                            0                0                0                0               0                0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                0                0                0                0               0                0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                   0                0                0                0               0                0
         TOTAL COSTS                                                                 0                0                0                0               0                0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                                  PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Soil Survey                                                                                      AP-08XX                              Land Conservation

DESCRIPTION:
The purpose for updating the St. Mary's County soil survey is to provide current, detailed technical soil data for intensive agricultural land management, assessment of agricultural land,
community development, commercial timber production, and other Resources based land use.


A. The information developed for the survey will provide a valuable planning tool of use by public and private parties in evaluating a wide variety of land development/land
    management issues.
B. The survey will be completed via contract with a U.S.D.A. certified soil scientist.
C. Project is eligible for 50/50 matching funds.
D. Soil interpretations will be developed for the following: Cropland including row crops and small grain crops, Pasture and hayland, Forestry, Windbreaks, Recreation, Engineering
E. Non-farm uses including water management, on-site waste disposal, and building site locations and location of source materials, particularly sand and gravel; Development of
   a social map showing the extent and projected depth of sand and gravel deposits; Wildlife habitat.



PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
This is an essential tool for all GIS applications. It will assist in future land planning in the County.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.4 Preserve available agricultural and rural resource areas, agricultural uses and activities throughout the county for their importance as components of both an important local industry
and of rural character.
Priority B-1




LOCATION:
County-wide




                                              Total            Prior            FY 2006                               Five Year Capital Program                                  Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project          Approval          Budget                FY 2007     FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010              FY 2011     Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          720,000                   0                 0               0       360,000       360,000             0                    0                   0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
CONSTRUCTION                                         0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
DEMOLITION                                           0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
INSPECTION-FIELDWORK                                 0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
UTILITIES                                            0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
EQUIPMENT                                            0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
OTHER                                                0                   0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
TOTAL COSTS                                    720,000                   0                 0               0      360,000        360,000             0                    0                   0



FUNDING SOURCE                                Total            Prior            FY 2006                               Five Year Capital Program                                  Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project          Approval          Budget                FY 2007     FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010              FY 2011     Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                        0                  0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            360,000                  0                 0               0      180,000        180,000             0                    0                   0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0                  0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0                  0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
STATE FUNDS                                     360,000                  0                 0               0      180,000        180,000             0                    0                   0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0                  0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0                  0                 0               0            0               0            0                    0                   0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     720,000                  0                 0               0      360,000        360,000             0                    0                   0
           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                     CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                    PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Soil Survey                                                        AP-08XX                           Land Conservation

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:




                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                  DESCRIPTION                         FY 2006        FY 2007     FY 2008        FY 2009      FY 2010     FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                0           0           0              0            0           0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                      0               0        0              0            0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                          0               0        0              0            0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                         0               0        0              0            0           0
UTILITIES                                                    0               0        0              0            0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                        0               0        0              0            0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                           0               0        0              0            0           0
                TOTAL COSTS                                  0               0        0              0            0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
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                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                        PROJ. NO.                     PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Renovation                                               RF-0103                     Recreation and Facility Development

DESCRIPTION:
In June, 2002, the County acquired two acres of property adjacent to the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park from the Steuart Transportation Company to expand
and enhance the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum, an existing County historic site and tourist attraction. The newly acquired property includes three buildings one of
which is being renovated to relocate the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum; a second building has been renovated and expanded for displaying the historic Lundeberg
boat collection; and the third will be renovated to interpret the military and maritime history in the area. Renovation of the former office building for relocation of the
Museum will be completed and the Museum will reopen in Spring/Summer 2005.

Fiscal Year 2006
Phases III and IV- Contingent upon receiving grant funding in FY '06, Phases III and IV will develop and begin to implement a site/landscaping plan; develop a
comprehensive exhibits master plan; construct exhibits for the "Potomac River Maritime Exhibit;" and renovate the Navy Workshop Building. Funding includes State
Bond Bill-$100,000, Chesapeake Gateways Grant- $100,000, and Maryland Heritage Areas Grant -$100,000.
Fiscal Year 2007
Phase V - Completion of site work to possibly include parking enhancements, landscaping, walkways to link the North and South Campuses, environmental boardwalk,
outdoor interpretive exhibits, and a shelter for "Early Times" dory boat.
Fiscal Year 2008
Phase VI - Renovation of the second floor of the two story office building to provide additional exhibit galleries, collections storage, research space, meeting and
conference room, and office space.

PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
It is consistent with Goal 2.3 in the Comprehensive Plan to "Preserve the natural, recreational, historical, and cultural heritage in conjunction with economic and social
well being to maintain and enhance the quality of life (page 77). Further, Policy 2.3.1C is intended to "Promote historic resources for economic opportunity" (page 78).

It is also consistent with the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan goal to "expand, improve, and retrofit for usability existing recreation facilities and develop new
facilities to meet existing and future demand for a broad and diverse array of recreational and leisure opportunities" (page 7-7).
The Museum Division's 2002 Strategic Plan also specifically addresses this project and the project is identified as a Target Investment Zone in the Southern Maryland
Heritage Plan endorsed by the BOCC in 2003.
A revised plan outlining this project and planning timeline was endorsed by the BOCC on 10/28/03.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.1.2.B.iii. Control and minimize runoff and erosion and loss of soils to enhance and protect the quality of water resources, protect sensitive habitats, maintain and
enhance productivity of prime agricultural lands, and prevent loss of property.
Priority A-1


LOCATION: 2nd Election District.
44701 Lighthouse Road Piney Point, MD.



                                            Total          Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                        Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                         53,037         53,037              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                             635,000        635,000              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
CONSTRUCTION                               1,110,445        485,445        400,000        100,000        125,000            0            0                 0           0
DEMOLITION                                         0              0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
INSPECTION                                         0              0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
UTILITIES                                          0              0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
EQUIPMENT                                          0              0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER - Exhibits and Interpretation          100,000              0        100,000              0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                1,898,482      1,173,482        500,000        100,000        125,000            0            0                 0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                              Total         Prior          FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                              Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               352,653       252,653        100,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                               0             0               0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                270,000        70,000        100,000          50,000         50,000            0            0                 0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                      105,000       105,000               0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
STATE FUNDS                                1,060,000       735,000        200,000          50,000         75,000            0            0                 0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                100,000                      100,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                 10,829         10,829              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                1,898,482      1,173,482       500,000         100,000        125,000            0            0                 0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                       CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                           PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Renovation                                       RF-0103                              Recreation and Facility Development

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
A concept plan for this project was approved by the BOCC in October 2003. Phase I, a renovation/expansion project to house a historic boat collection, was completed
at a cost of $115,000. Phase II is the renovation of the first level of a former office building to relocate the Museum at a cost of about $230,000. Phase II construction is
nearly completed and the Museum will reopen during Spring 2005 with exhibits from the former Museum. Contingent upon receiving grant funding in FY '06, Phases III
and IV will develop and begin to implement a site/landscaping plan; develop a comprehensive exhibits master plan; construct exhibits for the "Potomac River Maritime
Exhibit" (the boat building); and renovate the Navy Workshop Building. FY '07 and '08 phases include completion of the site plan (parking, walkways, landscaping,
outdoor exhibits, environmental boardwalk) and renovation of the second level of the Museum building.


DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- A $50,000 Maryland Historical Grant was submitted in FY 2005 which was not received.
- Requesting an increase of $300,000 in FY 2006 over the FY 2005 approved budget ($150,000 more in County funds). However, that is partially off-set by eliminating
the request for $50,000 in County funds in FY 2009 and FY 2010.




                                                              IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                           INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                        FY 2006   FY 2007                  FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                            .37      1.37                     1.37           1.37           1.37           1.37

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                      7,866         37,262         61,202         62,432         63,692         64,984
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                          1,750          1,750          1,750          1,750          1,750          1,750
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                         8,100          8,100          8,600          8,600          8,600          8,600
UTILITIES                                                                   16,935         16,935         16,935         16,935         16,935         16,935
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                        2,000          1,500          1,000              0              0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             150              0              0              0              0              0
                TOTAL COSTS                                                 36,801         65,547         89,487         89,717         90,977         92,269

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
With the opening of the new Piney Point Lighthouse Museum building and boat exhibit building in Spring, 2005 and the Navy Workshop Building in 2007, the
management and administration of the Museum will be increased significantly. The above operating expenses will be off-set by an estimated $20,000 - $25,000 in
revenues from admission fees.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                       PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Three Notch Trail                                                               PA-0106                         Parks Acquisition & Development

DESCRIPTION:
This project will continue construction of the Three Notch Trail, a ten-foot wide asphalt, multi-use recreational trail on the county owned railroad right-of-way.
Previously approved funds are being used to begin trail development in the New Market/Charlotte Hall area. FY 2006 and FY 2007 funds will enable trail design,
engineering and construction to continue north to the County line. Once completed, planning will begin for the Lexington Park to California section of trail.
Sections of the trail are being constructed by private developers in the California area as part of shopping center or business development projects. Possible
sections to be privately constructed include Wal Mart, K-Mart, South Plaza, First Colony and north of St. Andrew's Church Road. The trail will enable walking,
biking, horseback riding, running and roller blading along the linear park. The trail will also serve as a transportation alternative and connect residential
neighborhoods to shopping, restaurants, and businesses.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need for a bicycle plan in section 3.1.2 including a goal to "encourage a transportation network which provides alternative
means and methods of travel." The Comprehensive Plan also indicates the County should "provide sidewalks, walking paths, and bike paths and lanes as
requirements of road systems and to connect other public and private sites (page 91). The 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan (LPRP) adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners, specifically recommends as a goal to "plan and develop an interconnected network of greenways, bikeways, and trails in St.
Mary's County (Page 7-6)." The LPRP further recommends "implementing the proposed bikeway from Charlotte Hall to California (page 7-6)." Finally, the
Southern Maryland Regional Trail and Bikeway System Study (June 2001) recommends developing the Three Notch Trail as one of the regions top trails priorities.
This plan was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners in 2001.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.2.B.ii. Encourage development and utilization of alternative transportation in the county.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
Parallel to Route 235 and Route 5.



                                                Total        Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007     FY 2008      FY 2009     FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                           225,000       75,000        50,000             0           0       50,000      50,000               0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                       0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                  2,760,200      435,200       425,000       400,000     400,000     350,000      350,000         400,000          0
DEMOLITION                                             0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
INSPECTION                                             0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
UTILITIES                                              0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
EQUIPMENT                                              0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
OTHER                                                  0           0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                   2,985,200      510,200       475,000       400,000     400,000     400,000      400,000         400,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total        Prior        FY 2006                       Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project      Approval      Budget         FY 2007     FY 2008      FY 2009     FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                        0            0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            492,500      192,500        50,000        50,000      50,000       50,000      50,000          50,000          0
  IMPACT FEES                                 1,257,500       57,500       200,000       200,000     200,000     200,000      200,000         200,000          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0            0             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
STATE FUNDS                                     825,000      150,000       175,000       100,000     100,000     100,000      100,000         100,000          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                   410,000      110,000        50,000        50,000      50,000       50,000      50,000          50,000          0
OTHER SOURCES - Donations                           200          200             0             0           0            0           0               0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   2,985,200      510,200       475,000       400,000     400,000     400,000      400,000         400,000          0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Three Notch Trail                                                              PA-0106                           Parks Acquisition & Development

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The St. Mary's Recreational Trails Committee is a standing sub-committee of the Recreation and Parks Advisory Board and consists of bicycling, running, and
horseback riding enthusiasts. The Committee began meeting in 2001 to explore this and other trail issues. This group has been instrumental, along with the
Recreation and Parks Board, in studying the county railroad right-of-way and developing the Three Notch Trail Report. Another group, the Friends of the Three
Notch Trail, has organized to inform and educate the public and assist with the project as needed. Construction of Phase I of the trail, from New Market to Charlotte
Hall, is expected to begin in the Spring and be completed by Fall 2005.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- The amount of annual funding requested for trail development has been increased significantly from $150,000 per year in the Fiscal Year 2005 CIP to $475,000 in
the Fiscal Year 2006 budget and $400,000 per year thereafter. This change is due in part to the fact that a section of the Trail has been bid and more accurate
costs are now known ($300,000 per mile). Also, because of the private/public partnerships evolving in the California area, the Wildewood to Lexington Park section
of Trail has moved forward more quickly than originally envisioned.




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                       FY 2006   FY 2007               FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0         0                     0             0            0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                      2,500         3,000        3,500         4,000        4,080         4,500
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                              0             0            0             0            0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                           500           500          500           500          500           500
UTILITIES                                                                        0             0            0             0            0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                            0             0            0             0            0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                               0             0            0             0            0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                 3,000         3,500        4,000         4,500        4,580         5,000

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Minor repairs and maintenance to trail by Parks staff.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A.
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                          PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Wicomico Courts Replacement                                                              RP-0601                    Recreation & Parks

DESCRIPTION:
Replace two existing tennis courts and fencing in Wicomico Shores community which are badly deteriorated and beyond repair.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to
maintain and upgrade park facilities.

One of the goals in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need for expanding, improving, and retrofitting existing facilities to
meet existing and future demand for a broad and diverse array of recreational and leisure opportunities." (page 7-7).

The following action was recommended in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan - to "increase funding for and expand the Park Improvements Program." This
program is for enhancing existing parks appearance and function, improving accessibility and usability for the disabled trails and pathways, signs, upgrading playgrounds,
landscaping, ball field lighting, picnic pavilions, etc.



COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority B-1




LOCATION:
Various Parks throughout the County.



                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                    50,000             0          50,000             0              0            0            0                 0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
INSPECTION                                           0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
UTILITIES                                            0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER                                                0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                     50,000             0          50,000             0              0            0            0                 0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                       0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            50,000             0          50,000             0              0            0            0                 0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                        0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
STATE FUNDS                                          0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0               0             0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     50,000             0          50,000             0              0            0            0                 0           0
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                     CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                 PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Wicomico Courts Replacement                                                    RP-0601                          Recreation & Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Minor cosmetic improvements were made to two of the four existing courts in Fall, 2003.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                                             IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                       FY 2006    FY 2007       FY 2008       FY 2009     FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                            0          0             0             0           0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                          0        0        0             0           0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                              0        0        0             0           0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                             0        0        0             0           0            0
UTILITIES                                                                        0        0        0             0           0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                            0        0        0             0           0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                               0        0        0             0           0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                     0        0        0             0           0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                          PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Mansfield Property Canoe/Kayak Launch                                                    RP-0602                    Recreation & Parks

DESCRIPTION:
The County acquired the two (2) acre Mansfield property in Great Mills in 2004. The property is located on the headwaters of the St. Mary's River. The proposed project

would provide a walkway to the stream and a step down platform into the water for launching canoes and kayaks for paddling from Great Mills to St. Mary's City.


PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to
maintain and upgrade park facilities.

One of the goals in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need for expanding, improving, and retrofitting existing facilities to
meet existing and future demand for a broad and diverse array of recreational and leisure opportunities." (page 7-7)

Another goal in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need to "broaden and diversity recreational and related program
offerings in the County" including "resource based recreation programs such as nature viewing, hiking, canoeing, historic/cultural/environmental education and
interpretation." (page 7 - 9).

The following action was recommended in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan - to "increase funding for and expand the Park Improvements Program." This
program is for enhancing existing parks appearance and function, improving accessibility and usability for the disabled, trails and pathways, signs, upgrading playgrounds,
landscaping, ball field lighting, picnic pavilions, etc.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
Great Mills to St. Mary's City.




                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                             Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                    25,000             0          25,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                           0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                            0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                                0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                     25,000             0          25,000             0               0            0            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                             Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                       0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            25,000             0          25,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                        0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                          0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0               0             0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     25,000             0          25,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                       CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                   PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Mansfield Property Canoe/Kayak Launch                                            RP-0602                                     Recreation & Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Informal public discussion of this type of usage of the property by a Commissioner resulted in this project being brought forward for consideration at this time. Recreation,
Parks and Community Services received several emails from citizens supporting this idea after media coverage in 2004. The project would enhance canoeing and
kayaking opportunities which serves local residents as well as eco-tourism. This project is consistent with the State's Water Trails Program and is specifically noted in the
2006 Land Preservation, Parks and Recreation Plan scheduled to go to the BOCC for consideration and approval by Spring, 2005.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- This project is new in Fiscal Year 2006.




                                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                            INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                        FY 2006    FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                              0          0                       0              0              0              0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                            0              0              0             0              0              0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                            2,500          2,500          2,750         2,750          3,000          3,000
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                               0              0              0             0              0              0
UTILITIES                                                                          0              0              0             0              0              0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                              0              0              0             0              0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                 0              0              0             0              0              0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                   2,500          2,500          2,750         2,750          3,000          3,000

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Will need to cut the grass on the 1.86 acre site. Project 20 cuts per year at $125 per cut for the next two years and then modest cost increases.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                     PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Seventh District Park Improvements                                                      RP-0603                             Recreation & Parks

DESCRIPTION:
This project includes constructing a restroom facility and septic system; replacing the children's playground; constructing a basketball court; paving the road and parking
areas and constructing a picnic pavilion at this 60-acre park in Bushwood. Accessibility of the existing park (hard surface parking spaces and walkways) was addressed in
the Park ADA Improvement project in FY 2001. The existing park consists of three baseball fields, two tennis courts and one small children's playground which is old and
doesn't meet current safety and handicapped accessibility standards.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to

One of the goals in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need for expanding, improving, and retrofitting existing facilities to

The following action was recommended in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan - to "increase funding for and expand the Park Improvements Program." This




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority A-1


LOCATION:
7th Election District
23035 Colton's Point Road
Bushwood, MD.



                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                   600,000             0        600,000              0              0            0            0                 0           0
SITE WORK                                            0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
INSPECTION                                           0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
MATERIALS TESTING                                    0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER                                                0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                    600,000             0        600,000              0              0            0            0                 0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                275,000              0       275,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                 0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                 200,000              0       200,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
STATE FUNDS                                   125,000              0       125,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0              0              0              0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   600,000              0       600,000               0              0            0            0                 0           0
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                        CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                     PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Seventh District Park Improvement                                                 RP-0603                                      Recreation & Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
This existing 60-acre community park has inadequate facilities. The lack of public restrooms is a significant concern (portable johns are provided) and the old playground
doesn't meet current playground safety and ADA regulations. The community has been requesting basketball courts for a few years. Several citizens and community
organizations have written to the County about these concerns and requested that park improvements be implemented to address the concerns.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- The project was previously included in the CIP but it did not make the "in-list" in the Fiscal Year 2005 budget due to funding limitations.

- The estimated project costs include: Restroom building, well and septic system ($200,000); replacement playground ($150,000); basketball court ($50,000);
    paving road and parking areas ($150,000) and picnic pavilion ($50,000).




                                                                IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                             INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                         FY 2006    FY 2007                  FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                0         .31                      .31            .31            .31           .31

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                              0         5,136          5,136          5,136              5,136     5,136
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                  0         1,000          1,000          1,000              1,000     1,000
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                 0         1,000          1,000          1,000              1,000     1,000
UTILITIES                                                                            0         1,000          1,000          1,000              1,000     1,000
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                0             0              0              0                  0         0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                   0             0              0              0                  0         0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                         0         8,136          8,136          8,136              8,136     8,136

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
The proposed improvements would have a small impact on the annual Parks Maintenance budget as a park attendant would be needed April - October to open and close
the restroom facility. Minimal funding would be needed for additional paper and cleaning supplies for the restroom.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
New playground, picnic pavilion, and basketball court would increase usage of park resulting in need for additional trash removal and facility maintenance. That will be
absorbed within Parks budget if proposed operating budget is funded.
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                           PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tennis Court Replacement                                                                 RP-07XX                    Recreation and Parks

DESCRIPTION:
Replace the surfacing at two tennis courts at Leonardtown Elementary School or at Dorsey Park and one court at Jarboesville Park in Lexington Park at a cost of $20,000
each. The surfacing on these courts is in poor condition and need to be replaced. The decision on whether to replace the courts at Leonardtown Elementary or Dorsey
Park depends on the outcome of School Department site planning for the Leonardtown Elementary Renovation and expansion project which is included in the County CIP.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to
maintain and upgrade park facilities.

One of the goals in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need for expanding, improving, and retrofitting existing facilities to
meet existing and future demand for a broad and diverse array of recreational and leisure opportunities." (page 7 - 7).

The following action was recommended in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan - to "increase funding for and expand the Park Improvements Program." This
program is for enhancing existing parks appearance and function, improving accessibility and usability for the disabled trails and pathways, signs, upgrading playgrounds,
landscaping, ball field lighting, picnic pavilions, etc.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority B-1




LOCATION:
Various Parks throughout the County.



                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                    60,000             0                0        60,000             0            0            0                 0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
INSPECTION                                           0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
UTILITIES                                            0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER                                                0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                     60,000             0                0        60,000             0            0            0                 0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                       0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            60,000             0                0        60,000             0            0            0                 0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                        0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
STATE FUNDS                                          0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0                0             0             0            0            0                 0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     60,000             0                0        60,000             0            0            0                 0           0
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                     CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                           PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tennis Court Replacement                                                       RP-07XX                                  Recreation and Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The average life of an asphalt court is about 15 years. These courts are about 20 years old. The courts have been repaired annually, but the current condition of the
courts makes it necessary to replace them. Previously, renovations of tennis courts at Town Creek, Laurel Grove and Cardinal Gibbons were completed as part of a tennis
court replacement program.

Plans to replace two courts each at Seventh District Park and Cecil Park in FY 2007 and two courts each at Dorsey Park and Fifth District Park in FY 2008 were deferred
indefinitely during the FY 2005 CIP deliberations due to funding limitations.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- These courts were previously programmed for replacement in FY 2006 but are now proposed in FY 2007 due to moving Wicomico Shores project back one year.


CHANGES FROM ORIGINAL FY 2006 SUBMITTAL:
Previously, Park Division plans called for the replacement of two courts at Leonardtown Elementary School in FY 07 and Dorsey Park in FY08. Those plans have changed,
however, as the School Department has indicated that the courts at Leonardtown Elementary School may need to be demolished to enable a renovation/expansion project
at the school to proceed. As a result, Dorsey park has been added as a possible replacement for the Leonardtown School courts if the School Board determines that site is
needed for the school expansion. This keeps the court replacement project in the Leonardtown vicinity.




                                                             IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006      FY 2007                FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0         0                      0              0             0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                          0             0              0             0             0              0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                              0             0              0             0             0              0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                             0             0              0             0             0              0
UTILITIES                                                                        0             0              0             0             0              0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                            0             0              0             0             0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                               0             0              0             0             0              0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                     0             0              0             0             0              0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                           PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Shore Erosion                                               RP-0502                         Recreation and Parks

DESCRIPTION:
This project will utilize an interest free State loan to correct a serious erosion problem that is threatening the Piney Point Lighthouse. The County has been working with
State officials for several years about this erosion problem and $249,555 in State funding has been identified. Approximately 600 feet of the shoreline behind the
Lighthouse and Keepers Quarters will be stabilized through this project. A combination of erosion control techniques will likely be used including rip rap, marsh creation,
and breakwaters. The term of the loan is for fifteen (15) years which would result in a repayment schedule of $16,637 per year for fifteen (15) years unless repayment is
accelerated.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The lighthouse is a major historical resource and tourist attraction as well as a significant component of the Piney Point community. Erosion control is imperative to its
function and community value.




Compliance with Comprehensive Plan Section
Policy IV.1.1.1.E: Balance development goals with environmental protection and enhancement of the value of the waterfront as a resource for recreation and water
dependent facilities. Goal IV.2.1: Promote universal stewardship of the Chesapeake Bay and of the land.... Goal IV.2.2: Protect sensitive areas.




LOCATION:
2nd Election District.
44701 Lighthouse Road
Piney Point, MD.


                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                             Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007         FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          30,000         30,000                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                  445,445        210,000                0      235,445               0            0            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                           0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                            0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                          23,665          9,555                0            0          14,110            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   499,110        249,555                0      235,445          14,110            0            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                             Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007         FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                499,110        249,555                0      235,445          14,110            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                 0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                        0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                          0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0                0            0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   499,110        249,555                0      235,445          14,110            0            0                0           0
                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                          CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                       PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Shore Erosion                                        RP-0502                               Recreation and Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Recreation and Parks staff first met with DNR shore erosion officials in 1995 about this problem. The situation was revisited again in 1998 but a lack of funding in the
shore erosion control program resulted in no action being taken. The erosion problem has continued to worsen over the past few years partly as a result of erosion control
measures taken on an adjacent shoreline up-river. The problem needs to be corrected soon or the loss of shoreline will threaten the Lighthouse and Keepers Quarters in
a few years.
The loan agreement is for $249,555, however, adjustments can be made later, if necessary, based on revised cost estimates once design and engineering is complete.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                                                 IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                              INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                     DESCRIPTION                                       FY 2006      FY 2007             FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                              0.00       0.00                0.00           0.00          0.00          0.00

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                                   0     0              0             0             0              0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                       0     0              0             0             0              0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                      0     0              0             0             0              0
UTILITIES                                                                                 0     0              0             0             0              0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                     0     0              0             0             0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                        0     0              0             0             0              0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                              0     0              0             0             0              0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No operating impact is anticipated as a result of this shoreline stabilization project.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                           PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Myrtle Point Park                                                                         RP-0503                   Recreation & Parks

DESCRIPTION:
This 192-acre property on the Patuxent River was acquired for a county park in January 1997 and has been open for public use for hiking, picnicking, nature study, and




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to

One of the goals in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan regarding facilities addresses the need for expanding, improving, and retrofitting existing facilities to

The following action was recommended in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan - to "increase funding for and expand the Park Improvements Program." This




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5.Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
8th Election District.
24050 Patuxent Boulevard
California, MD.


                                              Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          75,000              0                0            0              0            0        75,000                0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0             0                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                  675,000              0                0            0              0            0      175,000           500,000          0
DEMOLITION                                           0             0                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
INSPECTION                                           0             0                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
UTILITIES                                            0             0                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
EQUIPMENT                                            0             0                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
OTHER - MASTER PLAN                            25,000         25,000                0            0              0            0             0                0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                   775,000         25,000                0            0              0            0      250,000           500,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project       Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                       0             0                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            25,000        25,000                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
  IMPACT FEES                                  750,000             0                0            0              0            0      250,000           500,000          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                              0             0                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
STATE FUNDS                                          0             0                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                        0             0                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                        0             0                0            0              0            0            0                 0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    775,000        25,000                0            0              0            0      250,000           500,000          0
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006


                                                                       CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Myrtle Point Park                                                               RP-0503                                     Recreation & Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Master planning is in progress. A landscape architectural firm, Rhodeside and Harwell is working with the County to develop the plan. The Recreation and Parks Board
endorsed a scope of work for the project that included a preliminary vision for the property as a Nature Park. Through a public participation process, this vision will be
explored and more clearly defined. It is expected that a draft concept plan for the park will be presented to the BOCC in Summer, 2005 for consideration.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                                              IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                           INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                       FY 2006    FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0          0                       0              0              0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                            0             0              0              0             0              0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                0             0              0              0             0              0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                               0             0              0              0             0              0
UTILITIES                                                                          0             0              0              0             0              0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                              0             0              0              0             0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                 0             0              0              0             0              0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                       0             0              0              0             0              0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                             PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Central County Park                                                                        RP-11XX                            Recreatin & Parks

DESCRIPTION:
Acquire 75 - 100 acres of land in the Central part of the County for development of a park to include soccer, baseball/softball, football and lacrosse playing fields, a
children's playground, basketball courts, picnic and restroom facilities, and trails. A specific parcel has not been identified at this time. With the increased population




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50 to
maintain and upgrade park facilities.

The 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan specifically identifies the need for this project to satisfy the stated goal to "provide adequate amounts of recreation land
to serve residents in all parts of St. Mary's County" (page 7-2). Per the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan, the County is below the State goal for recreation
lands by about 1,100 acres (goal is 30 acres per 1,000 people). Since the Plan was done, the 250-acre Chaptico Park is the only significant park land acquisition. That
acquisition reduced the county parkland shortfall to about 850 acres. However, per the Plan, the shortfall would increase to 1,741 acres by 2010 without additional land
acquisition. With Chaptico Park included, the projected shortfall by 2010 is 1,500 acres.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve environmental,
aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority B-1




LOCATION:
3rd Election District.
Leonardtown area.


                                               Total         Prior          FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                                 0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                300,000             0                 0           0               0            0            0            300,000          0
CONSTRUCTION                                          0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
DEMOLITION                                            0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
INSPECTION                                            0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
UTILITIES                                             0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
EQUIPMENT                                             0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
OTHER                                                 0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                     300,000             0                 0           0               0            0            0            300,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total         Prior          FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                         Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010           FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                        0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                  0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
STATE FUNDS                                     300,000             0                 0           0               0            0            0            300,000          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0             0                 0           0               0            0            0                  0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                     300,000             0                 0           0               0            0            0            300,000          0
                        CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                     CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                 PROJ. NO.                           PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Central County Park                                                            RP-11XX                                    Recreatin & Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
N/A




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                                             IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006      FY 2007                 FY 2008       FY 2009    FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0         0                       0             0          0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                          0              0            0             0           0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                              0              0            0             0           0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                             0              0            0             0           0           0
UTILITIES                                                                        0              0            0             0           0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                            0              0            0             0           0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                               0              0            0             0           0           0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                     0              0            0             0           0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
No impact until the park is opened. Based upon the proposed timeline, that would be in 2013 or later.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                        PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Mary's Gymnastics Center                                                  RP-11XX                              Recreation and Parks

DESCRIPTION:
This project would construct a 15,000 s.f. Gymnastics Center. Recreation, Parks and Community Services has operated a successful gymnastics program for the
past ten years in rented space in Lexington Park. The program includes instruction for more than six hundred (600) recreational and competitive gymnasts
including a sixty (60) person gymnastics team. It is proposed that the facility be constructed on County owned land next to the Great Mills Swimming Pool. Partial
funding reimbursement is proposed to come from user fees which currently pay the $60,000 annual rent.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
The Comprehensive Plan addresses the need to "Create new and enhanced Parks and Recreation facilities" in Objective 3.1.5 (page 105) as well as in Action 50
to maintain and upgrade park facilities.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5 Create new and enhanced parks and recreation facilities that link existing parks and communities, expand recreation opportunities and preserve
environmental, aesthetic, and cultural quality.
Priority B-1



LOCATION:
8th Election District.
Great Mills Road
Great Mills, MD.

                                               Total       Prior        FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          150,000           0             0            0             0            0          0          150,000          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                      0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                 1,500,000           0             0            0             0            0          0                0 1,875,000
DEMOLITION                                            0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
INSPECTION                                      25,000           0             0            0             0            0          0                0     25,000
UTILITIES                                       35,000           0             0            0             0            0          0                0     35,000
EQUIPMENT                                       40,000           0             0            0             0            0          0                0     40,000
OTHER - Project Management                      25,000           0             0            0             0            0          0                0     25,000
TOTAL COSTS                                  2,150,000           0             0            0             0            0          0          150,000 2,000,000


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total       Prior        FY 2006                        Five Year Capital Program                     Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project     Approval      Budget         FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010         FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                               2,150,000           0             0            0             0            0          0          150,000 2,000,000
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                  0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
  IMPACT FEES                                         0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                               0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
STATE FUNDS                                           0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
OTHER SOURCES - Donations                             0          0             0            0             0            0          0                0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  2,150,000           0             0            0             0            0          0          150,000 2,000,000
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                  CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
St. Mary's Gymnastics Center                                                  RP-11XX                               Recreation and Parks

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The current rental lease for the Gymnastics Center expires on May 31, 2012. The existing space is about 12,000 s.f. and is only marginally adequate now. The
limited space creates problems with the lack of proper distance for runways for the vaulting events and restricts proper seating when hosting competitions. With
program growth anticipated over the next five years, the current building will be inadequate. An alternative approach would be to acquire an existing "warehouse"
type building preferably in the California, Leonardtown, Great Mills area.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- This project is new in Fiscal Year 2006.




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006   FY 2007                FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                           0         0                      0            0            0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         0             0            0            0             0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                             0             0            0            0             0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                            0             0            0            0             0            0
UTILITIES                                                                       0             0            0            0             0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                           0             0            0            0             0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                              0             0            0            0             0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                    0             0            0            0             0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
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PROJECT TITLE                                                                   PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Leonardtown Wharf/Park                                                          PL-0402                                  Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
The Town of Leonardtown is undertaking a $2.6 million project to develop the Leonardtown waterfront area. This project includes a public waterfront area,
promenade, and public boat slips to accommodate boat traffic. This project represents funding provided by the County to fund selected aspects of the park / wharf
development, and is a component of a broader development and multi-phased project being undertaken by the Town of Leonardtown.


The total project includes:                                                                            Total        County
FY 2004, Site engineering, and demolition                                                             $466,000      $250,000
FY 2005, Land acquisition, relocation of pump house and construction of restrooms                     $951,000      $500,000
FY 2006, Piers, dockage, catwalk and lighting                                                       $1,173,000      $250,000



PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
Establish a county-wide system of recreational facilities (including boat landing, waterfront parks, regional parks, town and village parks, and in high density areas.

Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5.A.i. Establish a county-wide system of recreational facilities (including boat landing, waterfront parks, regional parks, town and village parks, and in high

3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
3rd Election District
Leonardtown, MD


                                                Total        Prior        FY 2006                         Five Year Capital Program                      Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                            Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                           150,000      150,000             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                       0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                    750,000      500,000       250,000             0             0            0          0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                      100,000      100,000             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
INSPECTION                                             0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
UTILITIES                                              0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                              0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
OTHER                                                  0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   1,000,000      750,000       250,000             0             0            0          0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                  Total        Prior        FY 2006                         Five Year Capital Program                      Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                  Project      Approval      Budget          FY 2007       FY 2008     FY 2009     FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                  250,000      250,000             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                            635,000      385,000       250,000             0             0            0          0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                   115,000      115,000             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                                0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                            0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                          0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                          0           0             0             0             0            0          0                0           0
FUNDING SOURCE                                1,000,000      750,000       250,000             0             0            0          0                0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                   CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                               PROJ. NO.                         PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Leonardtown Wharf/Park                                                      PL-0402                                  Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
The Town expects to acquire other funding from a variety of sources, including State and other grant sources. An agreement between the Town and the County
was adopted in September, 2004 that specifies the costs expected to be funded with the County's contribution as well as the process for reimbursement of such
costs.
Town staff indicated in April, 2005 that the design, engineering and permitting process are progressing and the project remains on schedule. Critical Areas
Commission approval and final construction drawings are expected in early May and the project should be out to bid by late Spring. It is anticipated that




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                                          IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                       INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                    FY 2006    FY 2007              FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010      FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                            0        0                    0            0             0            0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                        0            0             0            0            0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                            0            0             0            0            0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                           0            0             0            0            0            0
UTILITIES                                                                      0            0             0            0            0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                          0            0             0            0            0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             0            0             0            0            0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                   0            0             0            0            0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A - operation is the responsibility of the Town of Leonardtown




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
This development will reconnect downtown Leonardtown to Breton Bay, providing a waterfront experience currently lacking in St. Mary's County. Impacts will
include increased tourism activity as well as enhanced general retail opportunities in Leonardtown. The public improvements are essential to these future
economic benefits.
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                  PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Derelict Boat Removal                                                                   PL-0302              Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
To remove derelict boats and obstructions to navigation from the waterways of the State located within St. Mary's County. The removal of derelict boats will improve and
help maintain safe waterway access to the general boating public. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources funds this project annually through the State Waterway
Improvement Program.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
This project is justified based upon the need for maintaining safe and attractive waterways in the County, both for economic and recreational benefits. This is addressed in
the Comprehensive Plan by:

Goal 2.3.2 - Objective: "Support water dependent facilities." This goal is also addressed in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan with references to water
access and development/maintenance of public landings (page 7-5).




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public
access to the shore front, to the rivers and to the bays through the purchase and maintenance of public landings, developed and natural waterfront parks. Ensure the
availability of appropriated zoned waterfront land for private marinas and landings.

Priority A-1



LOCATION:
Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River, Patuxent River,
and adjoining waterways.



                                              Total        Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project      Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                               0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
LAND ACQUISITION                                    0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
CONSTRUCTION                                  333,321       153,321          30,000        30,000         30,000       30,000        30,000           30,000          0
DEMOLITION                                          0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
INSPECTION                                          0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
UTILITIES                                           0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
EQUIPMENT                                           0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
OTHER                                               0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
TOTAL COSTS                                   333,321       153,321          30,000        30,000         30,000       30,000        30,000           30,000          0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
INSPECTION                                          0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
  IMPACT FEES                                       0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
STATE FUNDS                                   333,321       153,321          30,000        30,000         30,000       30,000        30,000           30,000          0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0               0             0              0            0             0                0          0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   333,321       153,321          30,000        30,000         30,000       30,000        30,000           30,000          0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                    CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Derelict Boat Removal                                     PL-0302                                  Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
N/A




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
N/A




                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                      FY 2006     FY 2007     FY 2008       FY 2009     FY 2010    FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                              0        0           0             0           0          0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                      0         0           0            0          0          0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                          0         0           0            0          0          0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                         0         0           0            0          0          0
UTILITIES                                                    0         0           0            0          0          0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                        0         0           0            0          0          0
OTHER (describe significant items)                           0         0           0            0          0          0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                 0         0           0            0          0          0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                        PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Patuxent River Public Landing                                                          PL-0601                             Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
Acquire three (3) acres of property and develop a public landing including a boat ramp, pier and parking area for public access on the Patuxent River in the central to
northern part of the County. There are two public boat launching facilities on the Patuxent in the central area of the County (Forest Landing and Cape St. Mary's). State




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
As identified by the County Comprehensive Plan and the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan, there is a need for additional public access to the Patuxent River in
this area of the County. This BOCC has indicated that a Patuxent River boat launching facility is a high priority.




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.3.2 Support water dependent facilities
3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public
access to the shore front, to the rivers and to the bays through the purchase and maintenance of public landings, developed and natural waterfront parks. Ensure the
availability of appropriated zoned waterfront land for private marinas and landings.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
5th or 6th Election District.
Between Golden Beach and Sandgates



                                             Total         Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                         Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          50,000             0              0              0        50,000            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                              500,000             0        300,000        200,000             0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                  750,000             0              0              0       150,000      600,000            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                          0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                          0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                           0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                           0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                               0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                 1,300,000             0        300,000        200,000       200,000      600,000            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total         Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                      0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                 500,000             0              0              0             0      500,000            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   800,000             0        300,000        200,000       200,000      100,000            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0              0              0             0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                 1,300,000             0        300,000        200,000       200,000      600,000            0                0           0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                    CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                               PROJ. NO.                           PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Patuxent River Public Landing                                               PL-0601                                      Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
Increased the amount of State POS funding in FY07 for land acquisition from $100,000 to $ 200,000. Also moved forward the funding for A&E and construction from the
"Balance to Complete" to FY08 and FY09 based upon BOCC priority for public landings. The amount of funding for A&E and construction also increased from $550,000 in
the FY05 budget to $800,000 in the FY06 budget.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- Moved the project forward from FY 2009 to FY 2006 based on BOCC priority. Program Open Space funding is the source of funding. The FY 2005 and previous years
POS land acquisition funding was expended for the Lexington Manor project. POS funding has been reduced by the State due to the fiscal crisis. Therefore, only about
$100,000 per year is anticipated for land acquisition for the next several years. The County's POS allocation for acquisition for FY 2006 through FY 2010 will be
earmarked for this project. If land is identified prior to FY 2010, a purchase option will be executed until adequate funding is available to purchase the property.




                                                            IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                         INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                                     FY 2006     FY 2007               FY 2008        FY 2009      FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                             0        0                     0              0            0              0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                        0              0             0             0             0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                            0              0             0             0             0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                           0              0             0             0             0             0
UTILITIES                                                                      0              0             0             0             0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                          0              0             0             0             0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                             0              0             0             0             0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                   0              0             0             0             0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Paul Ellis Landing Pier Renovation                                                      PL-0602                            Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
Current pier has degraded to the point that full replacement has become necessary for safety. The current pier is not ADA accessible and provides no landing dock.
These amenities will be added during the replacement process.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
This project is justified based upon the need for maintaining safe and attractive waterways in the County, both for economic and recreational benefits. This is addressed in
the Comprehensive Plan by:

Goal 2.3.2 - Objective: "Support water dependent facilities." This goal is also addressed in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan with references to water
access and development/maintenance of public landings (page 7-5).




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.3.2 Support water dependent facilities
3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public
access to the shore front, to the rivers and to the bays through the purchase and maintenance of public landings, developed and natural waterfront parks. Ensure the
availability of appropriated zoned waterfront land for private marinas and landings.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
7th Election District.
Paul Ellis Road
Avenue, MD.


                                              Total        Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project      Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            9,000            0          9,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                   90,000             0         90,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                           0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                            0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                                0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                    99,000             0         99,000             0               0            0            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                      0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                           0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                    99,000             0          99,000            0               0            0            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    99,000             0          99,000            0               0            0            0                0           0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                    CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Paul Ellis Landing Pier Renovation                        PL-0602                               Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
N/A




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- This project is new in Fiscal Year 2006.




                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                      FY 2006     FY 2007     FY 2008        FY 2009    FY 2010     FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                              0        0           0              0          0           0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                      0         0           0            0          0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                          0         0           0            0          0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                         0         0           0            0          0           0
UTILITIES                                                    0         0           0            0          0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                        0         0           0            0          0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                           0         0           0            0          0           0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                 0         0           0            0          0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tall Timbers Landing Pier Renovation                                                    PL-0603                            Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
Current pier has degraded to the point that full replacement has become necessary for safety. The current pier is not ADA accessible. These amenities will be added
during the replacement process.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
This project is justified based upon the need for maintaining safe and attractive waterways in the County, both for economic and recreational benefits. This is addressed in
the Comprehensive Plan by:

Goal 2.3.2 - Objective: "Support water dependent facilities." This goal is also addressed in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan with references to water
access and development/maintenance of public landings (page 7-5).




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.3.2 Support water dependent facilities
3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public
access to the shore front, to the rivers and to the bays through the purchase and maintenance of public landings, developed and natural waterfront parks. Ensure the
availability of appropriated zoned waterfront land for private marinas and landings.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
2nd Election District.
Herring Creek Road
Tall Timbers, MD.


                                              Total        Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project      Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                            9,000            0          9,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                   90,000             0         90,000             0               0            0            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                           0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                            0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                                0            0              0             0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                    99,000             0         99,000             0               0            0            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total         Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project       Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
INSPECTION                                          0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                       0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                    99,000             0          99,000            0               0            0            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0               0            0               0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                    99,000             0          99,000            0               0            0            0                0           0
                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                    CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                             PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Tall Timbers Landing Pier Renovation                      PL-0603                               Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
N/A




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- This is a new project in Fiscal Year 2006.




                                               IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                          INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                   DESCRIPTION                      FY 2006     FY 2007     FY 2008        FY 2009    FY 2010     FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                              0        0           0              0          0           0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                      0         0           0            0          0           0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                          0         0           0            0          0           0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                         0         0           0            0          0           0
UTILITIES                                                    0         0           0            0          0           0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                        0         0           0            0          0           0
OTHER (describe significant items)                           0         0           0            0          0           0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                 0         0           0            0          0           0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
N/A




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                          PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Clark's Landing Boat Ramp                                                                PL-07XX                            Public Landings

DESCRIPTION:
For design, engineering and construction for the replacement of an existing informal boat ramp. The project will also address insufficient parking if an agreement can be
reached with an adjacent property owner.




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
This project is justified based upon the need for maintaining safe and attractive waterways in the County, both for economic and recreational benefits. This is addressed in
the Comprehensive Plan by:

Goal 2.3.2 - Objective: "Support water dependent facilities." This goal is also addressed in the 2000 Land Preservation and Recreation Plan with references to water
access and development/maintenance of public landings (page 7-5).




COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
2.3.2 Support water dependent facilities
3.1.5.A.ii. Accommodate and promote fishing, boating, sailing and other water oriented recreational activities by county residents and visitors. Provide adequate public
access to the shore front, to the rivers and to the bays through the purchase and maintenance of public landings, developed and natural waterfront parks. Ensure the
availability of appropriated zoned waterfront land for private marinas and landings.
Priority A-1



LOCATION:
6th Election District.
Hollywood, MD



                                              Total        Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project      Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING                          14,000             0                0        14,000             0            0            0                0           0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
CONSTRUCTION                                  184,000             0                0        85,000        99,000            0            0                0           0
DEMOLITION                                           0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
INSPECTION                                           0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
UTILITIES                                            0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
EQUIPMENT                                            0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
OTHER                                                0            0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL COSTS                                   198,000             0                0        99,000        99,000            0            0                0           0


FUNDING SOURCE                                Total        Prior         FY 2006                            Five Year Capital Program                        Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                Project      Approval       Budget            FY 2007       FY 2008      FY 2009       FY 2010          FY 2011 Complete
INSPECTION                                          0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                                0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
  IMPACT FEES                                       0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
STATE FUNDS                                   198,000             0                0        99,000        99,000            0            0                0           0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0             0                0             0             0            0            0                0           0
TOTAL FUNDS                                   198,000             0                0        99,000        99,000            0            0                0           0
                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                      CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                  PROJ. NO.                           PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Clark's Landing Boat Ramp                                                      PL-07XX                                      Public Landings

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
N/A




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
- This project is new in Fiscal Year 2006.




                                                              IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET


                                                           INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                    DESCRIPTION                                      FY 2006     FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010        FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                               0        0                       0              0             0              0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                           0              0         1,230          1,230         1,230          1,230
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                               0              0             0              0             0              0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                              0              0           500            500           500            500
UTILITIES                                                                         0              0             0              0             0              0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                             0              0             0              0             0              0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                0              0             0              0             0              0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                      0              0         1,730          1,730         1,730          1,730

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
The Department will need additional funding in its operating budget to cover portable toilets and trash removal for months not included in the Service Contract grant and
supplies and materials for signage,etc.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
N/A
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                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                           PROJ. NO.                     PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Margaret Brent Middle School - Addition/Renovation                                       PS-9634                          St. Mary's County Public Schools

DESCRIPTION:
This project is for a 37,624 square feet addition, along with a 89,126 square feet renovation of the existing building for a total of 126,750 square feet. This project is needed to
modernize the facility. This project would also include additional regular teaching stations, special instructional areas, and a new media center, along with other ancillary
spaces.



SMCPS Priority: FY 06-1
Category: 1




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
A. The new capacity for the school at the completion of the project will be 976, which is an increase of 226 seats, with an alternate for an additional 100 seats.
B. This project is required to address existing middle school capacity issues in the northern and central portion of the county. The enrollment projections
    indicate that even with the completion of this project, the four middle schools will be overcrowded by 200 to 400 seats in the five year time frame.
C. This project will be funded under the current state cost share of 70% of the eligible construction costs.


COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.4 Meet the existing and future demands for public education and information coordinated with overall quality of life and development goals of the county.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
29675 Point Lookout Road
Helen, Maryland 20635


                                               Total          Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                               Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                           Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010           FY 2011       Complete
ARCH/ENGINEERING                              1,377,000      1,377,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
LAND ACQUISITION                                670,000        670,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
CONSTRUCTION                                 18,571,879     17,427,879      1,144,000             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
DEMOLITION                                       50,000         50,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
INSPECTION                                      125,000        125,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
UTILITIES                                       725,000        725,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
EQUIPMENT                                       972,000        972,000              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
OTHER                                                 0              0              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
TOTAL COSTS                                  22,490,879     21,346,879      1,144,000             0              0             0           0                 0                         0


FUNDING SOURCE                                 Total          Prior         FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                               Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                                 Project       Approval        Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010           FY 2011       Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                                6,551,326      5,635,279        916,047             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                          2,030,600      2,030,600              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
  IMPACT FEES                                 4,484,500      4,484,500              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                         169,500        169,500              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
STATE FUNDS                                   9,254,953      9,027,000        227,953             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                         0              0              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
OTHER SOURCES                                         0              0              0             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
TOTAL FUNDS                                  22,490,879     21,346,879      1,144,000             0              0             0           0                 0                         0
                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                           CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Margaret Brent Middle School - Renovation/Renovation                               PS-9634                                  St. Mary's County Public Schools

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
This is the final year of construction funding request for this project.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
There is no change in this project from the approved FY 2005 capital plan.




                                                                     IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                              INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                     DESCRIPTION                                        FY 2006      FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                  1         1.4                     0              0              0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         32,000         46,000               0              0              0             0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                  0              0               0              0              0             0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                 0              0               0              0              0             0
UTILITIES                                                                       31,215              0               0              0              0             0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                0              0               0              0              0             0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                   0              0               0              0              0             0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                    63,215         46,000               0              0              0             0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Based on the additional 37,624 square feet additional staffing will be required for the operations needs to clean the facility and utility costs will increase on an annual basis.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                         PROJ. NO.                    PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
George Washington Carver Elementary School - Replacement School                        PS-0103                         St. Mary's County Public Schools

DESCRIPTION:
This project is for a new elementary school to accommodate the replacement of the present George Washington Carver Elementary School and to meet the capacity needs
generated by new student growth for planned housing developments in the Lexington Park development district. The new school would be a 61,385 square foot facility and
have a 541 state rated capacity.



SMCPS Priority: FY 06-2
Category: 1




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
A. The present school was located within Air Installations Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ) for the Naval Air Warfare Center, Patuxent River.
   The school has been moved to the Annex in Great Mills, temporarily, during the completion of the construction of the new school.
B. The 33 acre replacement site was approved by the State Superintendent of Schools in September 2001.
C. This project was also changed from a 450 capacity project to a 541 capacity project to meet the capacity needs in the Lexington Park Development District.
D. This project is required to address existing elementary school capacity issues in the central portion of the county. The enrollment projections indicate that with
    the completion of this project, the elementary schools serving the development districts will be overcrowded by 550 to 876 seats in the five to ten year time frame.
   This project will work in conjunction with the expansion of Leonardtown Elementary School and a new elementary school to meet these capacity needs.
E. This project will be funded with under the current state cost share of 70% of the eligible construction costs based on the current planning approval.

COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.1.4 Meet the existing and future demands for public education and information coordinated with overall quality of life and development goals of the county.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
Carver School Boulevard
Lexington Park, Maryland 20653


                                             Total           Prior        FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                         Project        Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011       Complete
ARCH/ENGINEERING                            1,041,000         905,000       136,000              0             0             0           0               0                     0
LAND ACQUISITION                               50,000          50,000             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
CONSTRUCTION                               13,773,080       8,943,000     4,752,080         78,000             0             0           0               0                     0
DEMOLITION                                          0               0             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
INSPECTION                                    125,000         125,000             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
UTILITIES                                      75,000          75,000             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
EQUIPMENT                                     340,000         120,000       220,000              0             0             0           0               0                     0
OTHER                                               0               0             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
TOTAL COSTS                                15,404,080      10,218,000     5,108,080         78,000             0             0           0               0                     0


FUNDING SOURCE                               Total           Prior        FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                             Balance to
COUNTY FUNDS:                               Project        Approval       Budget           FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009      FY 2010         FY 2011       Complete
  COUNTY BONDS                              7,029,605       3,966,525     3,063,080              0             0             0           0               0                     0
  LOCAL TRANSFER TAX                        1,381,475       1,381,475             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
  IMPACT FEES                                 170,000         170,000             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
  GENERAL FUND TRANSFER                             0               0             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
STATE FUNDS                                 6,823,000       4,700,000     2,045,000         78,000             0             0           0               0                     0
FEDERAL FUNDS                                       0               0             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
OTHER SOURCES                                       0               0             0              0             0             0           0               0                     0
TOTAL FUNDS                                15,404,080      10,218,000     5,108,080         78,000             0             0           0               0                     0
                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

                                                                           CONTINUATION SHEET


PROJECT TITLE                                                                      PROJ. NO.                            PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
George Washington Carver Elementary School - Replacement                           PS-0103                                  St. Mary's County Public Schools

OTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION/COMMENTS:
This is the final year of construction funding request for this project.




DISCUSSION OF CHANGE FROM FY 2005 APPROVED BUDGET/PLAN:
The project funding for this project increased in FY 2006 based on escalating construction prices at the time of bid. The Public School Construction Program increased funding
for projects to be bid this year by $19.04, however, the funding for this project was locked into the old funding level by state regulations. If the project had been funded at the
new square foot cost the project would have been within budget.




                                                                     IMPACT ON ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET

                                                              INCREMENTAL OPERATING COSTS
                     DESCRIPTION                                        FY 2006      FY 2007                 FY 2008        FY 2009        FY 2010       FY 2011
STAFFING -FTEs                                                                1.4         0                       0              0              0             0

PERSONAL SERVICES COSTS                                                         46,000              0               0              0              0            0
CONTRACTED SERVICES                                                                  0              0               0              0              0            0
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS                                                                 0              0               0              0              0            0
UTILITIES                                                                            0         26,749               0              0              0            0
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT                                                                0              0               0              0              0            0
OTHER (describe significant items)                                                   0              0               0              0              0            0
                 TOTAL COSTS                                                    46,000         26,749               0              0              0            0

DISCUSSION OF OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT:
Based on the additional 27,412 square feet, additional staffing will be required for the operations needs to clean the facility. The additional staffing is required in FY 2004, prior
to completion of the new facility since the new school population is housed at the Annex during the construction of the new facility.




OTHER IMPACT ON OPERATIONS/OPERATING BUDGET:
                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET AND PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006

PROJECT TITLE                                                                            PROJ. NO.                   PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Leonardtown Elementary School - Addition/Renovation                                       PS - 0601                      St. Mary's County Public Schools

DESCRIPTION:
This request is for an addition/renovation to this building originally constructed in 1954. This facility has undergone several additions in the early 1960's, one in 1976 and a
PreKindergarten addition in 1999. The building was orignally construted as a secondary school and now serves as an elementary school. There are remaining components of
the building, inlcuding locker areas that do not serve a functional space as an elementary school. In addition, the facility requires modernization to remove original floors,
ceilings, lighting, as well as asbestos removal. The facility is also in need of additional spaces for the implementaion of full day Kindergarten and to meet capacity needs in this
development district school. There will also be an HVAC upgrade and completion of the air conditioning and the site will be modified to separate bus & student traffic. This
project includes an addition of 11,287 s.f. for a new building total of 64,604 with an increase of 195 seats at the state rated capacity level.



SMCPS Priority: FY 06-3, FY 07-1, FY 08-1
Category: 2




PLANNING JUSTIFICATION:
A. The student body would be temporarily located at the annex behind Benjamin Banneker Elementary School during construction.
B. A/E fees for this project will be requested locally in FY 2006 and construction funds would be requested in FY 2007.
C. The electrical and communication systems are at the end of their useful lives.
D. This project is required to address existing elementary school capacity issues in the northern and central portion of the county. The enrollment
     projections indicate that with the completion of this project, the elementary schools serving the development districts will be overcrowded by 325 to
     680 seats in the five to ten year time frame. This project will work in conjunction with the planned first new elementary school to meet these
      capacity needs.
COMPLIANCE WITH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SECTION:
3.2.3 Maintain and improve levels of efficiency and service of community facilities to meet population needs.
Priority A-1




LOCATION:
22885 Duke Street
Leonardtown, Maryland 20650


                                              Total          Prior          FY 2006                           Five Year Capital Program                              Balance to
APPROPRIATION PHASE                          Project        Approval        Budget           FY 2007       FY 2008       FY 2009      FY 2010          FY 2011       Complete
ARCH/ENGINEERING                               957,000                 0      827,000        104,000        26,000             0           0                0                      0
LAND ACQUISITION                                     0                 0            0              0             0             0           0                0                      0
CONSTRUCTION                                12,054,000                 0      575,000      7,811,000     3,668,000             0