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File #: 19-0112    Version: 1
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/30/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Unanticipated revenues and use of reserves for Solid Waste funds
Attachments: 1. SolidWasteBA.pdf, 2. Resolution Solid Waste Funds.pdf, 3. Engagement Survey Solid Waste.pdf
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Agenda Item Name:
Title
Unanticipated revenues and use of reserves for Solid Waste funds
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Presenter:
Patrick Irby

Description:
Recognize unanticipated revenues and use of reserves in Solid Waste Funds to cover expenditures through end of fiscal year 2019.

Recommended Action:
Recommended Action
Approve unanticipated revenues and budget amendment to adjust budget to cover expenditures through end of fiscal year 2019.
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Prior Board Motions:
None

Fiscal Consideration:
Fiscal Consideration
Approve unanticipated revenues and budget amendment to adjust the following funds and accounts to have sufficient funds to finish fiscal year 2019.

Fund 148: MSBU Fund-unanticipated revenues for recover of some of debris reimbursement from Hurricane Irma of $400,000. Accounts: 148.00.0050.331.5100 and 148.76.7600.534.43.00.

Fund 400: Solid Waste Fund-unanticipated revenues from tipping fees due to increased tonnage coming into the transfer station of $772,377. Accounts: 400.76.7640.343.4000, 400.04.0440.590.99.20, and 400.76.7630.534.43.00.

Fund 403: Rural Collection Centers-use of reserves for increased costs due to tonnage, increased processing costs at the Material Recovery Facility (MRF), and
Engineering costs for improvements at the Rural Collection Centers for $150,000. Accounts: 403.04.0440.590.99.20 and 403.76.7610.534.43.00
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Background:
As the economy has improved, so has the tonnage of Solid Waste being brought to the Leveda Brown Transfer Station. This additional tonnage comes from both residential sources and commercial sources. The solid waste is processed, removing any recyclables that are easily separated, then shipped to the New River Solid Waste Facility. Solid Waste and Resource Recovery Department has estimated the tonnage to finish the fiscal year and the budget needs to be adjusted to recognize the additional unanticipated revenues ($772,377) and cover expected expenditures ($500,000) from this increase in the ton...

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