Mr. Cosby moved to adopt the amended Fee Schedule as presented. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise, Cosby and Holland voted AYE.

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Mr. Cosby moved to adopt the amended Fee Schedule as presented. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise, Cosby and Holland voted AYE."

Transcription

1 VIRGINIA: AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HELD IN THE POWHATAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 1800 JUDES FERRY ROAD IN POWHATAN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2006 AT 7:00 P.M. MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: R. KENNETH HATCHER T. J. BISE C. SCOTT DANIEL ROBERT R. COSBY RUSSELL E. HOLLAND CAROLYN CIOS STEPHANIE DAVIS FRAN POORE Mr. Hatcher called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. and he said that all who wish may rise for the invocation. Mr. Hatcher presented the invocation. A. Fee Schedule Ms. Cios presented the following: The Fee Schedule was advertised in the Powhatan Today on March 8 th and March 15 th and on the website and a public hearing was held on March 20 th, 2006 per Code of Virginia Requirements. Each year staff reviews the full fee schedule to identify any changes that may be necessary. The Fee Schedule includes changes related to the Building Inspections Department as follows: implementation of a minimum $40 fee for all building permit fees and increasing minimum fees from $30 to $40. The purpose of the minimum fee is to cover staff costs associated with building permit issuance and to provide consistency in the amount charged. There are a number of new fees requested for items that require additional administrative duties. Those items include acceptance of yard grading letters, extensions, transfers, reinstatements, review of model energy compliance alternative worksheets, authorization to begin construction prior to permit issuance, and temporary certificate of occupancy. The Fee Schedule also includes changes related to the Planning Department as follows: Implementation of new fees related to administrative review of non-subdivision plats, miscellaneous public hearings, preliminary and final subdivision plats (second and subsequent resubmittals), sale of materials/cd and an increase to the fee for resubmittal of erosion and sediment control plans for second and subsequent resubmittals. Staff and I are available if there are any questions. Mr. Hatcher said the floor is open for a motion. Mr. Cosby moved to adopt the amended Fee Schedule as presented. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise, Cosby and Holland voted AYE. Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 1 4/3/06

2 VOTE 5 0 B. Personal Property Percentage Of Tax Relief A Resolution of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors Establishing the Personal Property Percentage of Tax Relief. WHEREAS, the Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998, Section et seq ( PPTRA ), has been substantially modified by the enactment of Chapter 1 of the Acts of Assembly, 2004 Special Session I (Senate Bill 5005) and the provisions of Item 503 of Chapter 951 of the 2005 Acts of Assembly (the 2005 revisions to the Appropriations Act; hereinafter cited as the 2005 Appropriations Act ; and WHEREAS, these legislative enactments require the County to take affirmative steps to implement these changes, and to provide for the computation and allocation of relief provided pursuant to the PPTRA as revised; and WHEREAS, these legislative enactments provide for the appropriation to the County, of a fixed sum to be used exclusively for the provision of tax relief to owners of qualifying personal use vehicles that are subject to the personal property tax on such vehicles, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors that: Qualifying vehicles sited within the County during tax year 2006 shall receive personal property tax relief in the following manner: Personal use vehicles valued at $1,000 or less will be eligible for 100% tax relief: Personal use vehicles valued at $1,001 to $20,000 will be eligible for 57% tax relief; Personal use vehicles valued at $20,001 or more shall only receive 57% tax relief on the first $20,000 of value; and All other vehicles which do not meet the definition of qualifying (such as business use vehicles, farm use vehicles, motor homes, etc.) will not be eligible for tax relief under this program. In accordance with Item 503.D.1 of Chapter 951 of the 2005 Acts of Assembly, the entitlement to personal property tax relief for qualifying vehicles for tax year 2005 and all prior tax years shall expire on September 1, Supplemental assessments for tax years 2005 and prior that are made after September 1, 2006 shall be deemed non-qualifying for purposes of state tax relief and the local share due from the tax payer shall be 100% of the tax assessable. Ms. Cios presented the following: The Resolution related to the Percentage of Tax Relief on Personal Property was advertised in the March 8 th and March 15 th Powhatan Today and on the website and a public hearing was held on March 20 th, 2006 per Code of Virginia Requirements. The 2004 and 2005 General Assembly sessions substantially modified the provisions of the Personal Property Tax Relief Act (PPTRA) and implemented a block grant, capped funding programs for all localities. The State s amendments basically changed the PPTRA program from a vehicle Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 2 4/3/06

3 based entitlement program to a lump-sum, block grant program with a capped amount of funding to be distributed statewide. With the changes, each locality must determine, based on the amount of money to be received from the state, what percentage of tax relief a qualifying vehicle will receive beginning with the 2006 tax year. The resolution adopts the specific percentage of tax relief for each qualifying vehicle. For vehicles valued at $1,00 or less, they will be eligible for 100% tax relief; For vehicles valued between $1001 and $20,000, they will be eligible for 57% tax relief; For vehicles valued about $20,001, they shall only receive 57% tax relief on the first $20,000; and All PPTRA funds will expire on September 1, 2006 for all vehicles for tax years 2005 and prior. The percentage of relief on qualifying vehicles, as a result of the changes made at the State level, will be reduced from 70% tax relief to 57% tax relief. In addition, all block grant funds will have been exhausted, as required by State Code. Staff and I are available if there are any questions. Mr. Hatcher opened the floor for a motion. Mr. Bise moved to adopt the resolution related to the percentage of tax relief. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise, Cosby and Holland voted AYE. C. FY2007 Operating Budget Ms. Cios presented the following Resolution: VOTE 5 0 RESOLUTION: ADOPTION OF FY2007 COUNTY BUDGET WHEREAS, a notice of public hearing and budget synopsis has been published and a public hearing held on March 20, 2006 in accordance with Section , of the Code of Virginia, as amended: NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors as follows: 1. The tax rates for the 2006 assessment year are hereby adopted: Real estate $.74(per $100 of assessed value) Personal property $3.60 (at 100% average loan value) Disabled veterans $1.80 (at 100% average loan value) Volunteer fire and rescue personnel $1.80 (per $100 of assessed value) Business tangible property $3.60 (at 100% of adjusted basis) Machinery and tools $3.60 (at 100% of fair market value) Consumer Utilities 20% of first $15 residential 20% of first $100 Commercial/industrial Motor vehicle decals $25.00 on cars and trucks $17.00 farm use vehicles $20.00 on motorcycles $10.00 on trailers 7500 lbs and under $20.00 on trailers over 7,500 lbs Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 3 4/3/06

4 Business and professional license $50.00 (flat rate) E-911 $3.00 per month per line 2. The budget for FY2007 is hereby approved in the amount of $ 63,522, The amount hereby approved for non-school general government is $12,588, The amount hereby approved for Social Services is $1,448, The amount hereby approved for Utilities is $1,628, The amount hereby approved for the schools is $41,308,135 and is appropriated lump sum. 7. The amount hereby approved for the E-911 Fund is $511, The amount hereby approved for Debt Service $5,352, The amount hereby approved for Cash Proffers is $450, The amount hereby approved for Capital Projects $234,364. Mr. Hatcher opened the floor for a motion to adopt the Resolution that adopts what our operating budget for the Fiscal Year 2007 and sets forth what our real estate tax would be and our other tax rates. Mr. Cosby moved to approve the Resolution as presented. Mr. Cosby said that this is quite a tax increase for a lot of the people. He said that the assessments five years ago were rather low and the new assessments were raised close to 100% evaluation fair market value that it is suppose to be assessed at. He said that his neighbor assessment went up $1,000 even with the $.61 neutral rate, because their assessment was over the 57% average that we worked on. He said that anyone that was over the 57% got hit harder. He said that the County is growing with a lot of things we are obligated to do, and we are increasing the taxes $.13 over the neutral rate, so everybody is getting a hit. He said that he studied the budget and he feels that the County needs this money. He said that the schools are being asked to give up 3 on that levy, $807,000, after which they and the staff of the County had penciled out several requests. He said that the County penciled out right many requests that they wanted. He said that some people call it a wish list, but he thought that all the department heads, schools and county, are not playing games, as the requests were pretty legitimate. He said that there is a limit that the taxpayers can pay. He said that he feels that we are asking the citizens with this 74, we are asking them to pay the maximum and that a lot of people do not agree with the rate. He said that with the growth of the County and the quality that we try to maintain throughout County, education and services we provide, that a lot of people tell me daily that they really enjoy living in Powhatan. He said that in order to do this, we do that we have to have money to run the County. He said that he felt that 74 is happy mediums between the requests were and what the Powhatan County citizens can pay. Mr. Holland thanked the Chairman for all the effort done to bring the Board into a unified position. He said that he still has concerns regarding the concept of affordable housing and affordable living that it is rapidly vanishing from many of our Powhatan residents. He said especially the retirees and the lower end of the economic bracket. He said that this budget shows that no department had deductions from last year and that certainly there is a department somewhere that was there. He said to him, we have not fully made the case to the citizens that this increase is fully justified, or on the other hand are there good uses that the money is put to. He said yes, but could we do better, he said that is the question. He Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 4 4/3/06

5 said that the citizens he had talked want action on attracting business based to adsorb more of the tax burden on homeowners. He said that he certainly hopes that after we get through with this budget process, we start next year s budget process to determine ways that the government can operate more efficiently. He said once again, he wanted to thank his colleagues for all the hard work they did on this budget. Mr. Bise said that he would support the tax rate of 74 because it was a compromise position among the majority of the Board members. He said that all of us would have liked to have seen less and seen more. He said that we had to compromise and come up with the best that we could. He said so he would support the rate as presented. Mr. Daniel said that he would also support the tax rate. He said that a lot of work was done to come up with these numbers. He said that he also has been approached from a lot of citizens on the monies being spent in the County and I have tried to let people know that we are working very hard to get the budget close to operating the County without extras. He said that there are no extras in here, so he supported the proposal. Mr. Hatcher said that he concurred with his colleague s comments. He said that the citizens that came to the public hearing gave their remarks which were very sincere and they had real life situations. He said that all of those things had to be taken into consideration, but we have to think about the common good of all the citizens, education, transportation, social services and the growth that place and costs. He said that we want a budget that operates on a sound basis and try to get back in line with some of the perimeters, such as percentages of debt services, fund balance percentages, that show a well balance, well operated County. He said that is what this year s budget intent is. He said that it is an effort to try to keep Powhatan taxes on a level basis from here on out, because some things had fallen back somewhat had been addressed in this budget. He said that is why he thinks it is the right thing to do for the citizens of the County. Mr. Hatcher said all of those in favor of Mr. Cosby s motion say AYE. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise and Cosby voted AYE. Mr. Holland voted No. VOTE 4 1 There being no further business, Mr. Cosby moved to adjourn at 7:20 p.m. Messrs. Hatcher, Daniel, Bise, Cosby and Holland voted AYE. VOTE 5 0 Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 5 4/3/06

6 R. KENNETH HATCHER, CHAIRMAN CAROLYN L. CIOS, CLERK POWHATAN COUNTY POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FRANCES G. POORE, DEPUTY CLERK POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Board of Supervisors Budget Special Meeting Page 6 4/3/06

REVENUES. Approved FY 2004 Budget Spotsylvania, Virginia

REVENUES. Approved FY 2004 Budget Spotsylvania, Virginia REVENUES 37 Property Tax Revenue Trend 70,000,000 60,000,000 50,000,000 Dollars 40,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 - Note: Top part of Personal Property bar is State revenue received from Personal

More information

Section 12 - TAXATION

Section 12 - TAXATION Section 12 - TAXATION ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ELIMINATION OF BOARD OF ASSESSORS AND APPOINTMENT OF PART-TIME ASSESSOR RESOLVED, that the present Board of Assessors of the Town of Deep River be eliminated

More information

June 25 Journal of Assembly. Friday, June 25, 2004. 10 o clock a.m. Prayers.

June 25 Journal of Assembly. Friday, June 25, 2004. 10 o clock a.m. Prayers. 301 Prayers. 10 o clock a.m. Friday, June 25, 2004. The honourable the Premier welcomed to the House Eldon Rogers and Ed Oursien, members of the Canadian Association of Veterans in United Nations Peacekeeping

More information

At a Recessed Meeting of the Board of Supervisors Held in the General District Courtroom on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 7 pm

At a Recessed Meeting of the Board of Supervisors Held in the General District Courtroom on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 7 pm BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT Charlie E. Caple, Jr. C. Eric Fly, Sr. Robert E. Hamlin John A. Stringfield Raymond L. Warren ABSENT DURING VOTE Alfred G. Futrell At a Recessed Meeting of the Board of Supervisors

More information

WEST VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. Senate Bill 342

WEST VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. Senate Bill 342 WEST VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE 06 REGULAR SESSION Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 4 BY SENATORS COLE (MR. PRESIDENT) AND KESSLER (BY REQUEST OF THE EXECUTIVE) [Passed February 8, 06; in effect

More information

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The Pledge was recited at the Special Meeting of the Emergency Telephone System Board

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE The Pledge was recited at the Special Meeting of the Emergency Telephone System Board MINUTES OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF WHEELING COOK AND LAKE COUNTIES, ILLINOIS 60090 MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2007 CALL TO ORDER Acting Village President Judy

More information

THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan

THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan Enclosure V.I. THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan AGENDA NUMBER & TITLE: V.I. Approval of Bank Line of Credit Borrowing for 2012-2013 BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The School district

More information

Statewide Transportation Advisory Committee Roles and Responsibilities (May, 2014)

Statewide Transportation Advisory Committee Roles and Responsibilities (May, 2014) Statewide Transportation Advisory Committee Roles and Responsibilities (May, 2014) As defined in Colorado Revised Statutes, Colorado Code of Regulations, Transportation Commission Resolution and STAC Bylaws

More information

Adopt Resolution 13-03 to Levy Taxes for the Year 2013 as

Adopt Resolution 13-03 to Levy Taxes for the Year 2013 as Dr. Bruce Law Superintendent of Schools IX. TO: FROM: Administration Reports / Possible Action B. Business 1. Resolution 13-03 to Levy Taxes for the Year 2013 Board of Education Dr. Bruce Law Superintendent

More information

CHAPTER 135. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

CHAPTER 135. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey: CHAPTER 135 AN ACT establishing a New Jersey Shade Tree and Community Forestry Program, providing for the issuance of certain license plates dedicated to the support and funding of the program, supplementing

More information

DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA FRIDAY 3:00 P.M. AUGUST 15, 2008

DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA FRIDAY 3:00 P.M. AUGUST 15, 2008 DEBT MANAGEMENT COMMISSION, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA FRIDAY 3:00 P.M. AUGUST 15, 2008 PRESENT: Jonnie Pullman, Washoe County School District, Chairperson Robert Wolf, Member At Large, Vice Chairman James

More information

REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CONCORD/ CITY COUNCIL SITTING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY OF THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CONCORD/ CITY COUNCIL SITTING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY OF THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AGENDA ITEM NO..a REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CONCORD/ CITY COUNCIL SITTING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY OF THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY TO THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCIL: DATE: September, SUBJECT:

More information

Adoption Of Resolution 1314-1169 Calling Parcel Tax Election

Adoption Of Resolution 1314-1169 Calling Parcel Tax Election Board Office Use: Legislative File Info. File ID Number 14-1495 Introduction Date 6/25/2014 Enactment Number Enactment Date Memo To From Board Meeting Date Subject Action Requested Board of Education Dr.

More information

- If I sell my house during the year, who gets the tax ticket and who is responsible for the taxes?

- If I sell my house during the year, who gets the tax ticket and who is responsible for the taxes? Real Estate Taxes - What is the Real Estate tax rate for Wythe County? - If I sell my house during the year, who gets the tax ticket and who is responsible for the taxes? - How and when will I be assessed

More information

ASSEMBLY, No. 1452 STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 209th LEGISLATURE PRE-FILED FOR INTRODUCTION IN THE 2000 SESSION

ASSEMBLY, No. 1452 STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 209th LEGISLATURE PRE-FILED FOR INTRODUCTION IN THE 2000 SESSION ASSEMBLY, No. STATE OF NEW JERSEY 0th LEGISLATURE PRE-FILED FOR INTRODUCTION IN THE 000 SESSION Sponsored by: Assemblyman FRANCIS J. BLEE District (Atlantic) Assemblyman GUY R. GREGG District (Sussex,

More information

Understanding Mississippi Property Taxes

Understanding Mississippi Property Taxes Understanding Mississippi Property Taxes The Mississippi Association of Supervisors with the Center for Governmental Training and Technology Mississippi Property Tax Primer Property tax revenues are a

More information

Proposition 172 Facts A Primer on the Public Safety Augmentation Fund

Proposition 172 Facts A Primer on the Public Safety Augmentation Fund Coleman Advisory Services www.californiacityfinance.com Proposition 172 Facts A Primer on the Public Safety Augmentation Fund Background: A Sales Tax for Public Safety Born Out of ERAF In 1992, facing

More information

ARTICLE 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 2: TAX EXEMPTED ARTICLE 3: DEFINITIONS

ARTICLE 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 2: TAX EXEMPTED ARTICLE 3: DEFINITIONS AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, OWNED AND OCCUPIED BY ELDERLY PERSONS OR TOTALLY DISABLED PERSONS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Board

More information

THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan

THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan Enclosure V.F. THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Grosse Pointe, Michigan AGENDA NUMBER & TITLE: V.F. Approval of Bank Line of Credit Borrowing for 2013-14 BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The School district

More information

MARCH 9, 2015. Referred to Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. SUMMARY Makes various changes relating to workers compensation.

MARCH 9, 2015. Referred to Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy. SUMMARY Makes various changes relating to workers compensation. S.B. SENATE BILL NO. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE, LABOR AND ENERGY MARCH, 0 Referred to Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy SUMMARY Makes various changes relating to workers compensation. (BDR -) FISCAL

More information

ADDENDUM. March 23, 2015

ADDENDUM. March 23, 2015 ADDENDUM March 23, 2015 Finance D. Bond Refinancing Second Reading RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ALLAMUCHY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE COUNTY OF WARREN, NEW JERSEY APPROVING, ON FIRST

More information

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY REGULAR SESSION September 15, 2014

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY REGULAR SESSION September 15, 2014 -772-2014 NORTHAMPTON COUNTY REGULAR SESSION September 15, 2014 Be It Remembered that the Board of Commissioners of Northampton County met on September 15, 2014 with the following present: Robert Carter,

More information

CHAPTER 20 COUNTY PERMISSIVE MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE TAX

CHAPTER 20 COUNTY PERMISSIVE MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE TAX CHAPTER 20 COUNTY PERMISSIVE MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE TAX Latest Revision March, 2013 20.01 INTRODUCTION In 1967 the General Assembly granted counties the authority to enact a permissive motor vehicle license

More information

CITY COUNCIL CITY OF RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MISSOURI. REGULAR MEETING, June 16, 2014

CITY COUNCIL CITY OF RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MISSOURI. REGULAR MEETING, June 16, 2014 CITY COUNCIL CITY OF RICHMOND HEIGHTS, MISSOURI REGULAR MEETING, June 16, 2014 A Regular Meeting of the City Council of the City of Richmond Heights, Missouri was held on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 7:30

More information

March 16, 2010. At a called meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Prince Edward County, held at the Court House, thereof, Howard M.

March 16, 2010. At a called meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Prince Edward County, held at the Court House, thereof, Howard M. March 16, 2010 At a called meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Prince Edward County, held at the Court House, thereof, on Tuesday the 16 th day of March, 2010; at 12:00 noon, there were present: Howard

More information

PROP. 41 (June, 2014): VETERANS HOUSING AND HOMELESS PREVENTION BOND ACT

PROP. 41 (June, 2014): VETERANS HOUSING AND HOMELESS PREVENTION BOND ACT Board of Directors Policy Committee: Home Ownership Housing Committee (Information only) Level of Government Committee: Legislative Committee (Information Only) May 2, 2014 PROP. 41 (June, 2014): VETERANS

More information

West New York Board of Education Special Meeting - Public Hearing on 2014/2015 Budget Minutes April 30, 2014, 4:30 p.m.

West New York Board of Education Special Meeting - Public Hearing on 2014/2015 Budget Minutes April 30, 2014, 4:30 p.m. West New York Board of Education Special Meeting - Public Hearing on 2014/2015 Budget Minutes April 30, 2014, 4:30 p.m. The Special Meeting - Public Hearing on the 2014/2015 Budget of the West New York

More information

RESOLUTION NO. 5584 (09) CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LOMPOC

RESOLUTION NO. 5584 (09) CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LOMPOC RESOLUTION NO. 5584 (09) CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LOMPOC A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FORM OF AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT AND RELATED DOCUMENTS WITH RESPECT

More information

ATTACHMENT II: SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS

ATTACHMENT II: SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS ATTACHMENT II: SUMMARY OF SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND REVENUE AND TRANSFERS IN Over the Category Percent Change Real Estate Taxes - Current and Delinquent $1,783,844,578 $1,892,239,118 $1,896,564,376 $1,893,919,994

More information

Senate Bill No. 419 Committee on Health and Human Services

Senate Bill No. 419 Committee on Health and Human Services - Senate Bill No. 419 Committee on Health and Human Services CHAPTER... AN ACT relating to persons with disabilities; creating the Nevada ABLE Savings Program as a qualified ABLE program under the federal

More information

SENATE BILL 1486 AN ACT

SENATE BILL 1486 AN ACT Senate Engrossed State of Arizona Senate Forty-fifth Legislature First Regular Session 0 SENATE BILL AN ACT AMENDING SECTION -, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, AS AMENDED BY LAWS 00, CHAPTER, SECTION ; AMENDING

More information

A Citizen s Guide to PARtiCiPAtion

A Citizen s Guide to PARtiCiPAtion The Budget Process A Citizen s Guide to PARTICIPATION The law does not permit the committee or individual legislators to use public funds to keep constituents updated on items of interest unless specifically

More information

Adopt Resolution 12-04 to Levy Taxes for the Year 2012 as

Adopt Resolution 12-04 to Levy Taxes for the Year 2012 as Dr. Nicholas D. Wahl Dr. Bruce Law Troy A. Courtney Dr. Joyce Powell Jeffrey T. Eagan Superintendent of Assistant Superintendent Director of Director of Business Manager Schools for Instruction Human Resources

More information

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 101 STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 213th LEGISLATURE INTRODUCED MAY 8, 2008

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 101 STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 213th LEGISLATURE INTRODUCED MAY 8, 2008 SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 0 STATE OF NEW JERSEY th LEGISLATURE INTRODUCED MAY, 00 Sponsored by: Senator SHIRLEY K. TURNER District (Mercer) SYNOPSIS Proposes constitutional amendment to permit Legislature

More information

L Public Hearing. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DATE: November 8,2011 AGENDA ITEM NO. County Administrator's Siqnature: Subiect:

L Public Hearing. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DATE: November 8,2011 AGENDA ITEM NO. County Administrator's Siqnature: Subiect: Consent Agenda mgular Agenda F County Administrator's Siqnature: /' Subiect: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DATE: November 8,2011 AGENDA ITEM NO. L Public Hearing Approval of Tax Equity Fiscal Responsibility

More information

TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING Room 308/309/310, Sacramento Convention Center 1:10 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.; Thursday, May 2, 2013

TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING Room 308/309/310, Sacramento Convention Center 1:10 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.; Thursday, May 2, 2013 TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING Room 308/309/310, Sacramento Convention Center 1:10 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.; Thursday, May 2, 2013 MISSION STATEMENT This Committee is a Policy committee. Its

More information

The public portion of the meeting was opened. No comment at this time.

The public portion of the meeting was opened. No comment at this time. MORRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY MINUTES of the Board Meeting held on September 18, 2012, at 6:20 p.m., Knox Conference Room #525, Morris County Administration and Records Building, Morristown, New

More information

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF STATE TREASURER

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF STATE TREASURER STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF STATE TREASURER STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE DIVISION AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION Mailing Address: 325 North Salisbury Street Raleigh, North Carolina

More information

AD VALOREM TAX ADOPTED BUDGET

AD VALOREM TAX ADOPTED BUDGET AD VALOREM TAX ADOPTED BUDGET AGGREGATE TAX RATE AMENDMENT APPROPRIATION ASSESSED VALUE BALANCE FORWARD BALANCE FORWARD - CAPITAL A tax levied on the assessed value of real property (also known as "property

More information

Minutes of Board of County Commissioners September 16, 2008 First Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2008-2009

Minutes of Board of County Commissioners September 16, 2008 First Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Minutes of Board of County Commissioners September 16, 2008 First Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Chairman Weaver called the Special Meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance

More information

RESOLUTION NO. 14-047 THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT

RESOLUTION NO. 14-047 THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT RESOLUTION NO. 14-047 THE EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT WHEREAS, the voters approved Proposition 30 on November 6, 2012; WHEREAS, Proposition 30 added Article XIII, Section 36 to the California Constitution

More information

The Public Finance Management (Samburu County Assembly Car Loan Scheme Fund) Regulations, 2014

The Public Finance Management (Samburu County Assembly Car Loan Scheme Fund) Regulations, 2014 LEGAL NOTICE NO:----------- THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT (SAMBURU COUNTY ASSEMBLY CAR LOAN SCHEME FUND) REGULATIONS, 2014 Regulations 1 Citation 2 Interpretation ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS PART I PRELIMINARY

More information

Iowa Superintendent of Banking

Iowa Superintendent of Banking Introduction Pursuant to paragraph b, subsection 6, of Iowa Code Section 7C.13, the superintendent of banking is required to annually review the qualified student loan bond issuer s total assets, loan

More information

A RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA, AS FOLLOWS:

A RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA, AS FOLLOWS: No. R-16- A RESOLUTION ORDERING A BOND REFERENDUM TO BE HELD IN THE REIDVILLE AREA FIRE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, ON THE QUESTION OF THE ISSUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING $6,000,000 OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS

More information

58-84-10 through 58-84-20: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 747, s. 6.

58-84-10 through 58-84-20: Repealed by Session Laws 1995 (Regular Session, 1996), c. 747, s. 6. Article 84. Local Firefighters' Relief Funds. 58-84-1: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-196, s. 6, effective January 1, 2008, and applicable to proceeds credited to the Department of Insurance on or after

More information

REGULAR MEETING December 9, 2013

REGULAR MEETING December 9, 2013 REGULAR MEETING December 9, 2013 The Regular Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of New Bremen, County of Lewis and the State of New York was held at the Town Municipal Office Building, 8420 State Rte.

More information

Friday, the 4 th day of March, 2016

Friday, the 4 th day of March, 2016 SECRET BALLOT ELECTION AND TOWN MEETING WARRANT Friday, MARCH 4, 2016 and Saturday, MARCH 5, 2016 To Roxanne Herrick, a resident in the Town of Limington, County of York and State of Maine: GREETINGS:

More information

A JOINT RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Section 5, Article VII, Texas Constitution, is amended to read as follows:

A JOINT RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Section 5, Article VII, Texas Constitution, is amended to read as follows: By: H.J.R. No. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing a constitutional amendment relating to establishing the Texas Great Classroom Fund as a sequestered fund, funded by an Education Flat Tax, a Reformed Franchise

More information

LFN 2011-30. The New Jersey First Act Residency Requirements for Public Employees. October 21, 2011

LFN 2011-30. The New Jersey First Act Residency Requirements for Public Employees. October 21, 2011 ` LFN 2011-30 October 21, 2011 Contact Information Director's Office V. 609.292.6613 F. 609.292.9073 Local Government Research V. 609.292.6110 F. 609.292.9073 Financial Regulation and Assistance V. 609.292.4806

More information

Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007

Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007 2007 California Wildfires Disaster Tax Issues Presidentially Declared Disaster Areas Anna Maria Galdieri is a CPA in Oakland, California. She developed her expertise in the area of disaster tax law working

More information

PRESENT: Crystal P. Harris, Chairperson; Karl Weiss, Vice-Chair; Danny Foley,

PRESENT: Crystal P. Harris, Chairperson; Karl Weiss, Vice-Chair; Danny Foley, VIRGINIA: At a Business Meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Patrick, held at the Patrick County Veteran s Memorial Building on Monday, December 08, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. PRESENT: Crystal P.

More information

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY CHECKLIST Compiled by the NJ state Law Library. AMENDED DURING PASSAGE: Yes Amendments during passage First reprint enacted

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY CHECKLIST Compiled by the NJ state Law Library. AMENDED DURING PASSAGE: Yes Amendments during passage First reprint enacted LEGISLATIVE HISTORY CHECKLIST Compiled by the NJ state Law Library NJSA: 18A:64-18.5 (state Colleges--bank deposits) LAWS OF: 1995 CHAPTER: 93 BILL NO: A266 SPONSOR(S): Vandervalk - '/ DATE INTRODUCED:

More information

Holladay Budget Amendments for 2014-2015

Holladay Budget Amendments for 2014-2015 Holladay Budget Amendments for 2014-2015 General Fund Budgeted Amount Increase Amended Amount Revenues 10-31-3000 General Sales and Use Tax 3,580,900 23,000 3,603,900 10-31-5000 Transient Room Tax 55,000

More information

Minutes Regular Meeting Hertford CountyBoard of Commissioners CountyCommissioners Meeting Room Monday, August 4, 2014 9:00 A.M.

Minutes Regular Meeting Hertford CountyBoard of Commissioners CountyCommissioners Meeting Room Monday, August 4, 2014 9:00 A.M. Minutes Regular Meeting Hertford CountyBoard of Commissioners CountyCommissioners Meeting Room Monday, August 4, 2014 9:00 A.M. Present: Absent: William F. Mitchell, Jr., Johnnie R. Farmer, Curtis A. Freeman,

More information

NO. 160. AN ACT RELATING TO THE COORDINATION, FINANCING AND DISTRIBUTION OF LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES. (H.782)

NO. 160. AN ACT RELATING TO THE COORDINATION, FINANCING AND DISTRIBUTION OF LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES. (H.782) NO. 160. AN ACT RELATING TO THE COORDINATION, FINANCING AND DISTRIBUTION OF LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES. (H.782) It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Vermont: Sec. 1. DEFINITIONS For

More information

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 69 Elbo Lane. Tel: (856) 234-6053 Est. 1953 Mount Laurel, NJ 08054-9630 Fax: (856) 234-3756 A G E N D A

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 69 Elbo Lane. Tel: (856) 234-6053 Est. 1953 Mount Laurel, NJ 08054-9630 Fax: (856) 234-3756 A G E N D A A G E N D A REGULAR MEETING Monday, August 18, 2014 @ 8:00 PM Headquarters Station Meeting Room REMINDER: THE BOARD REQUESTS THAT ALL CELL PHONES EITHER BE SET TO VIBRATE OR BE TURNED OFF TO PREVENT UNNECESSARY

More information

P.A. 86-1. House Bill No. 9001

P.A. 86-1. House Bill No. 9001 JUNE 23, 1986 P.A. 86-1 House Bill No. 9001 June 23, 1986, Special Session II PUBLIC ACT NO. 86-1 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE USE OF A PORTION OF THE GENERAL FUND SURPLUS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,

More information

SAMPLE POVERTY EXEMPTION APPLICATION

SAMPLE POVERTY EXEMPTION APPLICATION SAMPLE POVERTY EXEMPTION APPLICATION I,, Petitioner, being the owner and residing at the property that is listed below as my principal residence, apply for property tax relief under MCL 211.7u of the General

More information

The afternoon prayer was led by Commissioner Collins followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Circuit Clerk Virginia Sine.

The afternoon prayer was led by Commissioner Collins followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Circuit Clerk Virginia Sine. Berkeley County Commission Meeting March 8, 2005 Special Meeting Present: Steven C. Teufel, President Howard L. Strauss, Commissioner Ronald K. Collins, Commissioner Deborah Hammond, County Administrator

More information

CLARKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS April 9, 2014 Public Hearing 7:30 p.m. Main Meeting Room

CLARKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS April 9, 2014 Public Hearing 7:30 p.m. Main Meeting Room Page 799 CLARKE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS April 9, 2014 Public Hearing 7:30 p.m. Main Meeting Room At a public hearing of the Board of Supervisors of Clarke County, Virginia, held in the Main Meeting

More information

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, AN ACT concerning education. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Section 1. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Task Force on Higher Education

More information

TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS - DISTRICT NO. 2

TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS - DISTRICT NO. 2 TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS - DISTRICT NO. 2 MINUTES OF THE REORGANIZATION/ REGULAR MEETING HELD AT FIRE HEADQUARTERS, AT 7:30 PM March 20, 2013 MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL REORGANIZATION

More information

Cleburne County Commission Meeting Cleburne County, Alabama April 13, 2009. There were absent: Commissioner Dwight Williamson

Cleburne County Commission Meeting Cleburne County, Alabama April 13, 2009. There were absent: Commissioner Dwight Williamson Cleburne County Meeting Cleburne County, Alabama April 13, 2009 Regular Meeting M I N U T E S The Cleburne County met in regular session on Monday, April 13, 2009, at 4:00 p.m. in the Meeting Room, Room

More information

November 1, 2010 THESE MINUTES ARE NOT VERBATIM

November 1, 2010 THESE MINUTES ARE NOT VERBATIM TOWN OF BEEKMANTOWN TOWN BOARD Public Hearing 2011 Fire Protection Contract - 2011 Preliminary Town Budget - 2011 Southeast Beekmantown Water District Preliminary Budget - 2011 RT 9/Spellman Road Water

More information

CHAPTER 428. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

CHAPTER 428. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey: CHAPTER 428 AN ACT concerning retirement benefits for members of the Police and Firemen's Retirement System of New Jersey, amending various parts of the statutory law and supplementing P.L.1944, c.255.

More information

COUNTY OF HENRICO ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE POLICY

COUNTY OF HENRICO ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE POLICY COUNTY OF HENRICO ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE POLICY Issued by the Department of Finance Effective August 1, 2007 Table of Contents OVERVIEW AND DEFINITIONS... 3 RESPONSIBILITIES... 5 PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES...

More information

REPORT " HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES! 2d Session 104 775 STUDENT DEBT REDUCTION ACT OF 1996

REPORT  HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES! 2d Session 104 775 STUDENT DEBT REDUCTION ACT OF 1996 104TH CONGRESS REPORT " HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES! 2d Session 104 775 STUDENT DEBT REDUCTION ACT OF 1996 SEPTEMBER 5, 1996. Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered

More information

OTHER LOCAL TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS

OTHER LOCAL TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS OTHER LOCAL TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS Cheshire Code of Ordinances: Chapter 17 - ASSESSMENT AND TAXATION MATTERS Sec. 17-1. - Effective date for tax exemption of certain property. (a) Pursuant to Section 12-81b

More information

MBASWF BYLAWS. The name of this corporation is: MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA,

MBASWF BYLAWS. The name of this corporation is: MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, MBASWF BYLAWS ARTICLE I NAME The name of this corporation is: MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, INC. hereinafter called the "Association". ARTICLE II PURPOSE Section 1: The purpose of

More information

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA:

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA: RESOLUTION OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF SPOTSYLVANIA APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF PUBLIC FACILITY REVENUE AND REFUNDING BONDS FOR SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA WHEREAS, the Economic

More information

FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING February 14, 2013

FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING February 14, 2013 FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING Chairman Graham called the meeting of the Finance Committee to order at 8:30 AM in the COG Forum Room. Members present: Messrs. Graham, Kirsten, Mascolo, Wise; Ms. Shoemaker Others

More information

New Auditors Training. Brian E. Bailey Jenny Banks Courtney Schaafsma December 5, 2012

New Auditors Training. Brian E. Bailey Jenny Banks Courtney Schaafsma December 5, 2012 New Auditors Training Brian E. Bailey Jenny Banks Courtney Schaafsma December 5, 2012 1 Roadmap Agency Overview Budget Procedures Gateway Special Topics Property Tax Caps Local Option Income Taxes (LOIT)

More information

CITY COMMISSION MEETING Winfield, Kansas AGENDA

CITY COMMISSION MEETING Winfield, Kansas AGENDA Mayor Beth R. Wilke Commissioner Brenda K Butters Commissioner Gregory N. Thompson CITY COMMISSION MEETING Winfield, Kansas DATE: Monday, June 06, 2016 TIME: 5:30 p.m. PLACE: City Commission Community

More information

Libraries. The local library only has to qualify under one of the two tests.

Libraries. The local library only has to qualify under one of the two tests. October 24, 2012 Libraries Question: Is there a minimum mill levy rate to qualify for the Library Grant? For example does a city need to have a Levy Rate above 2.0 to qualify? If the city does in fact

More information

2 COUNTY OF SUFFOLK STATE OF NEW YORK -------------------------------------------------x 3

2 COUNTY OF SUFFOLK STATE OF NEW YORK -------------------------------------------------x 3 1 1 2 COUNTY OF SUFFOLK STATE OF NEW YORK -------------------------------------------------x 3 4 PLANNING BOARD 5 REGULAR MEETING 6 7 -------------------------------------------------x 906 Dune Road 8

More information

July 1, 2010 TO THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES OF ALL MISSISSIPPI MUNICIPALITIES

July 1, 2010 TO THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES OF ALL MISSISSIPPI MUNICIPALITIES OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR STACEY E. PICKERING AUDITOR July 1, 2010 TO THE GOVERNING AUTHORITIES OF ALL MISSISSIPPI MUNICIPALITIES We are pleased to provide the 2010 Municipal Audit and Accounting Guide.

More information

Home Mortgage Foreclosures in Maine

Home Mortgage Foreclosures in Maine Home Mortgage Foreclosures in Maine Find more easy-to-read legal information at www.ptla.org Important Note: This is very general information about home mortgage and foreclosure rules in Maine. It is not

More information

Agenda Borough of Union Beach Thursday, September 18, 2014, 8:00 p.m. Council Meeting Room, Municipal Building 650 Poole Avenue, Union Beach, NJ

Agenda Borough of Union Beach Thursday, September 18, 2014, 8:00 p.m. Council Meeting Room, Municipal Building 650 Poole Avenue, Union Beach, NJ Agenda Borough of Union Beach Thursday, September 18, 2014, 8:00 p.m. Council Meeting Room, Municipal Building 650 Poole Avenue, Union Beach, NJ CALL TO ORDER: Meeting called to order by Mayor Paul J.

More information

Department of Legislative Services 2014 Session

Department of Legislative Services 2014 Session Senate Bill 596 Budget and Taxation Department of Legislative Services 2014 Session FISCAL AND POLICY NOTE Revised (Senator Peters, et al.) SB 596 Ways and Means Income Tax Subtraction Modification - Mortgage

More information

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHAPTER 13

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHAPTER 13 WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHAPTER 13 (Revised January, 2002) This booklet was prepared to help you understand how your Chapter 13 case works and answer most questions that arise during your Chapter

More information

RETAINER AGREEMENT. Dibble & Miller, P.C.

RETAINER AGREEMENT. Dibble & Miller, P.C. RETAINER AGREEMENT Dibble & Miller, P.C. Print Client s First Name, Middle Initial and Last Name This Retainer Agreement is a binding contract between the Law Firm of Dibble & Miller, P.C. and you, the

More information

COMMISSIONERS: CITY MANAGER: INTERIM CITY ATTORNEY: Eleanor Randall, Mayor Edward F. Smyth Jr. Audrie Harris William Carlton, Vice Mayor CITY CLERK:

COMMISSIONERS: CITY MANAGER: INTERIM CITY ATTORNEY: Eleanor Randall, Mayor Edward F. Smyth Jr. Audrie Harris William Carlton, Vice Mayor CITY CLERK: CITY OF HAWTHORNE COMMISSIONERS: CITY MANAGER: INTERIM CITY ATTORNEY: Eleanor Randall, Mayor Edward F. Smyth Jr. Audrie Harris William Carlton, Vice Mayor CITY CLERK: DeLoris Roberts LaKesha H. McGruder

More information

Adopted Budget: The budget formally adopted by the Board of Commissioners for the upcoming fiscal year.

Adopted Budget: The budget formally adopted by the Board of Commissioners for the upcoming fiscal year. 289 Accrual Basis of Accounting: The primary basis of recording assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses for a government s business-like activities. Under the accrual basis, revenues are recognized

More information

AN ACT COURTS. Ch. 301 Courts 1237. SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 13-54-101, repeal (3) as follows:

AN ACT COURTS. Ch. 301 Courts 1237. SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 13-54-101, repeal (3) as follows: Ch. 301 Courts 1237 CHAPTER 301 COURTS SENATE BILL 15-283 BY SENATOR(S) Woods, Johnston, Baumgardner, Crowder, Grantham, Hill, Holbert, Lambert, Lundberg, Marble, Neville T., Roberts, Scheffel, Scott;

More information

April 2, 2012, MB#52. Regular Session, April 2, 2012, 9:30 a.m. Catawba County Board of Commissioners

April 2, 2012, MB#52. Regular Session, April 2, 2012, 9:30 a.m. Catawba County Board of Commissioners Regular Session, April 2, 2012, 9:30 a.m. Catawba County Board of Commissioners Proclamations County Government Month 450 04/02/12 Public Health Month 450 04/02/12 Legislative Agendas 2012 State and Federal

More information

Model Code of Ethics for Fire Districts

Model Code of Ethics for Fire Districts If you would like to obtain a Microsoft Word version of this document please contact us at localgov@osc.state.ny.us Model Code of Ethics for Fire Districts WHEREAS, article 18 of the General Municipal

More information

Personal Property Assessments and Deductions

Personal Property Assessments and Deductions Personal Property Assessments and Deductions Steve McKinney Assessment Field Representative January 2009 1 Today s Class Will Cover: Personal Property Basics March 1, 2009 Assessments RV & Truck Camper

More information

CHAPTER 2014-254. Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1445

CHAPTER 2014-254. Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1445 CHAPTER 2014-254 Committee Substitute for Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 1445 An act relating to the Citrus County Hospital Board, Citrus County; amending chapter 2011-256, Laws of Florida; authorizing

More information

O: 2016-001. Ordinance 2011-03-003 in its entirety and replacing it with the foregoing Ordinance outlined

O: 2016-001. Ordinance 2011-03-003 in its entirety and replacing it with the foregoing Ordinance outlined O: 2016-001 ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LUMBERTON, COUNTY OF BURLINGTON, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, REPEALING ORDINACNE O-2011-03-003 IN ITS ENTIRETY AND REPLACING WITH THE FOREGOING ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING

More information

City of Charlottesville Preliminary Projected Budget and Long Term Forecast General Fund Fiscal Year 2017-2021

City of Charlottesville Preliminary Projected Budget and Long Term Forecast General Fund Fiscal Year 2017-2021 1 1/20/2016 City of Charlottesville Preliminary Budget and Long Term Forecast General Fund Fiscal Year 2017-2021 General Fund Revenues FY2016 Adopted FY2016 Revised * FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 FY2021

More information

IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE

IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE In re: Chapter 13 Case No. 09-14256 LELIA KENTON, Debtor LELIA KENTON Plaintiff Adv. Case No. 10-50909 v. FAST CASH REALTY, JEFFREY D.

More information

Senate File 2383 - Enrolled

Senate File 2383 - Enrolled Senate File 2383 - Enrolled Senate File 2383 AN ACT RELATING TO THE COLLECTION OF DEBT OBLIGATIONS OWED THE STATE AND CITIES AND ESTABLISHING A STATE DEBT COORDINATOR, PROVIDING A FEE, AND INCLUDING EFFECTIVE

More information

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FREDERICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FREDERICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FREDERICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA The Board of Supervisors of Frederick County invite comments on the Proposed Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. Verbal comments may be

More information

OVERVIEW OF ARIZONA STATE PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM IN MARICOPA COUNTY

OVERVIEW OF ARIZONA STATE PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM IN MARICOPA COUNTY Maricopa County Department of Finance Prepared: 10/22/13 OVERVIEW OF ARIZONA STATE PROPERTY TAX SYSTEM IN MARICOPA COUNTY The following Overview of the Arizona State Property Tax System was prepared by

More information

State Law in Virginia affecting Local Codes & Ordinances

State Law in Virginia affecting Local Codes & Ordinances State Law in Virginia affecting Local Codes & Ordinances Published as a public service by Page 1 of 15 INTRODUCTION State law changes in Virginia, impact many provisions in the ordinance codes of Virginia

More information

ORANGE COUNTY EROSION CONTROL BOND PACKET

ORANGE COUNTY EROSION CONTROL BOND PACKET EROSION CONTROL BOND PACKET Memo - Re. erosion control permitting and bonding 2 Erosion and sediment control fees.3 Surety requirements for single-family residential development 4 Land disturbance calculation

More information

E N R O L L E D COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE. for H. B. 2902. [Passed March 11, 2015; in effect ninety days from passage.]

E N R O L L E D COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE. for H. B. 2902. [Passed March 11, 2015; in effect ninety days from passage.] E N R O L L E D COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE for H. B. 2902 (BY DELEGATE(S) CAMPBELL, PERRY, REYNOLDS, PASDON, RODIGHIERO, ELLINGTON, ROWAN, ROHRBACH, HAMRICK, E. NELSON AND ASHLEY) [Passed March 11, 2015; in

More information

Raymond P. Pepe 1 K&L Gates LLP

Raymond P. Pepe 1 K&L Gates LLP Changes Made to the Pennsylvania Mechanics Lien Law to Protect the Priority of Open-End Mortgages and Owners of Residential Property Who Have Paid Contractors Summary Raymond P. Pepe 1 K&L Gates LLP Mechanics

More information

2013 Property Tax Calendar

2013 Property Tax Calendar PROPERTY TAX BULLETIN NO. 164 DECEMBER 2012 2013 Property Tax Calendar Christopher B. McLaughlin This calendar lists deadlines for the 2013 14 tax year established by the Machinery Act. Duties for which

More information

Commissioner of Planning and Development

Commissioner of Planning and Development At the Regular Meeting of the Town Board,, Onondaga County, held at the Town Hall, Clay, New York on the 20 th of December, 2010 at 7:30 P.M., there were: PRESENT: Damian M. Ulatowski Robert L. Edick Clarence

More information