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1 APPENDIX B DEFINITION OF SUGGESTIONS Suggestion Short Number Title Definition 1. Reduce 20% The general fund budget of selected departments would be reduced by 20 percent. The departments would be chosen so that those with employee costs related to other departments or building maintenance costs would not receive the full reduction. As an alternative, all departments would be reverted to their 2005 general fund budget levels. 2. Reduce Full Time Ten percent reduction in full time only. Part time 10% would be excluded. 3. Reduced by 10% This is the same as number 1 except that the reduction would be 10 percent and not 20 percent. 4. 5% Staff Cut A reduction in full and part time. (More than 136 jobs) 5. Eliminate 30 The general fund budget of the Lake County Sheriff Sheriff s Employees would be reduced by 30 employees. The Sheriff could make the decision where to cut. 6. Borrow Insurance Lake County has a reserve in its insurance fund of Reserveapproximately $10 million. $2 million of this would be transferred to operating. 7. Sell or Lease Water The County water park and golf course would be Park & Golf Course sold or leased to private companies for operation. The savings is the reduction in cost. There is no estimate of revenue. 8. Favorable Early The Insurance Department has developed an early Retirement Results retirement program for full-time employees eligible for Medicare. This option assumes that 75 percent of the goal will be reached. 9. Budgeted 2% in In preparing the 2008 budget, the County Council 2008 Removed placed in the Auditor, Parks and Health Department budgets funds that could be used if the general fund had to be reduced in size. Under this option, those line items would be removed in 2009.

2 10. Redirect Riverboat The County Council would redirect its riverboat Funds funds to the general fund in order to defray operational costs, thus reducing the general fund levy. 11. Eliminate Deferred The employee deferred compensation program Compensation instituted in 2007/2008 would be discontinued. 12. Eliminate Nonprofit The amount of monies that the County Council Levy appropriates for Tradewinds, LCARC, and similar programs would be eliminated. 13. Close Satellite In accordance with the Maximus report, the three Courthouses outlying courthouses would be closed and operations moved to Crown Point. 14. Change Energy Costs The amount that the County now pays Johnson Controls for its improvement program would be bonded, paid for out of the cumulative capital fund, or other funds outside the freeze. 15. Close Work Release The Sheriff s work release program would be closed in its entirety. 16. Eliminate 10 Sheriff Ten jobs could be eliminated, with an emphasis Jobs on the boat unit, crime lab and patrol. 17. Sheriff Patrol Only Rather than patrolling countywide on major Unincorporated Area thoroughfares, cities and towns, the Sheriff would concentrate its patrol to unincorporated areas only. This eliminates 10 positions. 18. Double Healthcare The healthcare contributions of Lake County Premiums employees would be increased by 100 percent. 19. Fifty Percent In every line item in the general fund budget there Part Time would be a 50 percent reduction in part time. 20. Combine Of the 70+ bookkeepers now employed by the Bookkeepers County, 20 would be eliminated and departmental accounting operations combined.

3 21. Full-Time Public The part-time public defenders in the County Defenders division would be eliminated and five full-time and one full-time/part-time supervisor position added in the Public Defender s office. 22. Reduce Travel Any travel paid for out of general fund money would be eliminated. This would be a 10 percent reduction. 23. Deductibles and The health insurance plan deductibles and co- Co-Pays pays would be increased. 24. Close Treasurer In accordance with the Maximus report Officesrecommendation, the Treasurer s offices in Gary and Hammond would be closed. 25. Eliminate Pretrial The current pretrial release program would be Release eliminated in its entirety in the felony division. 26. Ten Jobs/Attrition During the balance of 2008 the first 10 jobs that open up as vacancies would be eliminated. 27. Reduce Election In 2009 there are no county, city or town elections Costs and this cost can be removed from the election board budget or reductions through voter site consolidation. 28. Reduce Calumet The Calumet Township Assessor should have the Township Staff same number of employees as the North Township Assessor. This would reduce the former staff by 10 employees. 29. Reduce Crime Lab This reduction would eliminate five positions from the crime lab, leaving six employees. 30. Eliminate Marine There are presently other marine units on duty in Unit Lake Michigan. The Sheriff s unit would be eliminated. 31. Remove Parks The Parks Department budget has an annual budget Land/Software category for land purchase and software purchase costs. This would be eliminated in its entirety and the expenses paid for and funded at the time of purchase. 32. Correctional 4/2 By changing the schedule of the Lake County

4 to 5/2 Correctional Officers in the jail to a 5/2 schedule, the officers would work more days per year, thus reducing overtime and employees. 33. Remove/Economic Presently the general fund subsidizes the economic Development Subsidy development department. That department should be paid for only out of grant funds. 34. Minimal Retirement See number 8 above. This item assumes only a Savings small savings from the early retirement program. 35. Collect Sheriff s Fee Collect the $13.00 fee payable to Sheriff for service of summons per case. 36. Voting Site The number of voting sites would be consolidated. Reduction Although there are no elections in 2009, there would be a savings in ongoing preparations for subsequent year elections. 37. Prosecutor, Property The Prosecutor, Sheriff s Property Seizure and Task Seizure Rent Force would be required to pay rent from non- general fund monies at $12.50 per sq.ft. 38. Sheriff Take Home All Sheriff s unmarked vehicles would be parked Cars and there would be no take home of unmarked cars at all. The only vehicles permitted to be taken home would be the brown and tan cruisers. 39. Increase Certificate The annual amount raised from the Sales Revenue Commissioners tax certificate sales and transferred into the general fund would be increased through expanded sales and reduced percentages to Auditor, Treasurer, Recorder, and Commissioners. 40. Transfer Restriction The amount of money saved through transfer restriction would come through either eliminating the transfers or charging a fee for transfers. In the latter instance the department would have to give up 25 percent more than it wanted to transfer as a fee. This amount would be cancelled from its budget. 41. Combine Court The criminal and county division court bailiffs

5 Bailiffs would be combined in a pool in Crown Point and their duties shared. This would eliminate four employees. 42. Close Fairgrounds The Lake County Fairgrounds operation would be outsourced to a third party. There would be a budget savings. The amount of outsource income could not be projected. 43. HIDTA Rent Same as 37, except HIDTA would pay rent from its general. 44. Probate Court The Superior Court would establish one of its judges as a probate court and eliminate three probate court commissioners. 45. Cafeteria Rent Same as 37, except the cafeteria vendor would pay. 46. Treasurer Bill In the 2008 budget there are costs for a third Cost reconciliation bill. This would be removed in the 2009 budget. (This idea was not ultimately included because of a misreading of the Maximus report) 47. Reduce Electrical There would be a mandatory requirement to turn off Usage all lights and computers when leaving at night. 48. Sheriff Data Fee The cost of providing data services for the Sheriff s Spillman Program would be determined. The cities and towns would pay for this service out of nongeneral fund money. 49. Tax Collection The Treasurer would modify the procedure for Changes collecting property taxes through contract attorneys by first sending out collection letters through the Treasurer s own attorney system before turning the program over to the contract attorney. 50. Public Works As identified in the Maximus report, the Public Merger to Highway Works Department would be merged into Highway, eliminating three employees. 51. Community Same as 37, except the rent would be paid by Corrections Rent Community Corrections from grant monies. 52. Shift CASA The percent of general fund money allocated to Percentage CASA would be reduced from 75 percent to 50 percent.

6 53. Eliminate Hammond Lake County Health Department services Health Satellite out of its Hammond office would be discontinued. 54. Change Mailroom Employees of the respective offices/departments, instead of mailroom personnel, would pick up their own mail, eliminating two positions. 55. Eliminate Park In accordance with the Maximus report, one Parks Superintendent Department superintendent would be eliminated. (This idea was not ultimately included because of a misreading of the Maximus report) 56. CASA Rent Same as 37, except the Juvenile CASA Program would be required to pay rent out of non-general fund money. 57. LADOS Rent Same as 37, except LADOS I, II, and III would pay rent out of non-general fund money. 58. Drug Alliance The current Drug Alliance position funded by the Funding general fund would be switched to grant funding. 59. Council Matching The line item in the County Council and Funds Commissioners budgets for matching funds would be reduced. 60. Commissioner The Commissioners would eliminate one full- Assistant Attorney time/part-time attorney or two other (mail room) Elimination positions. 61. Eliminate Incentive The Commissioners would eliminate the assistant Fund Commissioner attorney funded through incentive monies and Assistant Attorney transfer these funds to the general fund budget. 62. Outsource Court The entire court security program operated by the Security Sheriff would be outsourced to a private company. 63. HUD Rent Same as 37, except HUD would pay the rent from its grant. 64. Form Sanitary The Lake County Council would form a Hermit District Lake Sanitary District and transfer the funding to that district.

7 65. Government Center The Lake County Government Center Crew employee/staff would be reduced by one if the Sheriff provided at least five more work release workers on a daily basis. 66. Tree House Rent Same as 37, except the Tree House would pay the rent from its funds. 67. State Board Rent Same as 37, except State Board of Accounts would pay the rent. 68. Assessor There would be a savings because of the phase-out Consolidation of township assessors. 69. Eliminate Exercise The current practice of granting merit officers comp Comp. Time/Pay time for exercise would be discontinued. 70. Bar Association Rent Same as 37, except the Lake County Bar Association would pay the rent. 71. Outsource Human The County Council would authorize a line item Resources and a contract let by the Commissioners to a third party for management of Lake County Human Resource Services. 72. Collect Wheel Tax Implement the provision for the collection of a county automobile surcharge. 73. Court Separation Separate courts and assign overhead/indirect cost.

8 SUGGESTIONS AND DOLLAR IMPACT Appendix C 1. [ ] REDUCE SELECTED DEPARTMENTS BY 20% (SOME EXEMPT) OR REVERT TO 2005 BUDGET LEVELS (SPREADSHEET AVAILABLE-NOT ACROSS BOARD) $13,000, [ ] REDUCE ONLY FULL TIME EMPLOYEES BY 10% $8,000, [ ] REDUCE SELECTED DEPARTMENTS BY 10% (SOME EXEMPT - SPREADSHEET AVAILABLE) $6,500, [ ] REDUCE EMPLOYMENT ACROSS THE BOARD BY 5% $5,800, [ ] REDUCE SHERIFF'S EMPLOYMENT BY 30 $2,100, [ ] BORROW FROM INSURANCE RESERVES $2,000, [ ] OUTSOURCE COUNTY WATER PARK AND GOLF COURSES $1,700, [ ] VERY FAVORABLE EARLY RETIREMENT PROGRAM $1,650, [ ] REMOVE BUDGETED 2% FROM AUDITOR, PARKS, AND HEALTH BUDGETS $1,590, [ ] REDIRECT RIVERBOAT FUNDS TO GENERAL FUNDS $750, [ ] ELIMINATE EMPLOYEE DEFERRED COMPENSATION PROGRAM $1,466, [ ] ELIMINATE COMMISSIONERS NONPROFIT APPROPRIATIONS (I.E. COMMISSIONERS' CHARITIES: TRADE WINDS, LCARC) $1,095, [ ] CLOSE SATELITE COURTHOUSES (INCLUDES CLERK, OVERHEAD, AND TREASURER) $1,900, [ ] BOND, PAY FROM CUM CAP, AND PUT OUTSIDE FREEZE THE JOHNSON CONTROL COSTS THAT ARE NOW INSIDE THE FREEZE $1,000, [ ] CLOSE SHERIFF'S WORK RELEASE $1,000, [ ] $700, [ ] RESTRICT SHERIFF'S PATROL TO UNINCORPORATED AREA (ELIMINATES 10 POSITIONS) $700, [ ] DOUBLE EMPLOYEES' HEALTH CARE CONTRIBUTIONS $850, [ ] CUT PART TIME BY 50% ACROSS THE BOARD $750, [ ] ELIMINATE 20 BOOKKEEPERS AND COMBINE OPERATIONS $710, [ ] MAKE PUBLIC DEFENDERS FULL TIME, TRANSFER TO PUBLIC DEFENDER AGENCY (ELIMINATES 27 FULL-TIME/PART-TIME, AND ADDS 5 FULL-TIME PUBLIC DEFENDERS AND 1 FULL-TIME/PART-TIME SUPERVISOR) $696, [ ] REDUCE TRAVEL BY 10% $63, [ ] INCREASE HEALTH INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES AND CO-PAYS $475, [ ] CLOSE GARY AND HAMMOND TREASURER OFFICES PER MAXIMUS REPORT (ELIMINATES 13 EMPLOYEES) $450, [ ] ELIMINATE PRETRIAL RELEASE $400, [ ] ELIMINATE 10 JOBS BY ATTRITION $400, [ ] NO ELECTION IN 2009 (DO NOT BUDGET THIS COST IN 2009) $400, [ ] REDUCE SIZE OF CALUMET TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR STAFF TO THAT OF NORTH TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR (REMOVES 10 FULL TIME) $350, [ ] ELIMINATE 5 POSITIONS FROM CRIME LAB (11 TO 6) $350, [ ] ELIMINATE SHERIFF'S MARINE UNIT $350, [ ] REMOVE PARKS' LAND PURCHASE AND SOFTWARE PURCHASE COSTS $347,184

9 32.[ ] CHANGE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS' SCHEDULING FROM 4/2 TO 5/2 $289, [ ] REMOVE GENERAL FUND SUBSIDY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPT $252, [ ] MINIMAL EARLY RETIREMENT SAVINGS FROM PROGRAM $250, [ ] COLLECT SHERIFF'S FEE $400, [ ] CONSOLIDATE VOTING SITES $400, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT. FOR PROSECUTOR, SHERIFF PROPERTY SEIZURE, AND TASK FORCE $239, [ ] NO SHERIFF TAKES HOME CARS AT ALL (GAS SAVINGS ONLY) $228, [ ] INCREASE % FROM COMMISSIONER TAX CERTIFICATE SALES $225, [ ] STOP INTRA & INTER SERIES TRANSFERS $200, [ ] ALL CROWN POINT COUNTY AND CRIMINAL DIVISION COURTS BAILIFFS FORM POOL AND SHARE (ELIMINATES 4 EMPLOYEES) $200, [ ] CLOSE FAIRGROUNDS (OUTSOURCE TO THIRD PARTY) $200, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ. FT FROM HIDTA $198, [ ] CONVERT ONE SUPERIOR COURT TO A PROBATE COURT (ELIMINATES 3 PROBATE COURT COMMISSIONERS) $151, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR USE OF CAFETERIA $145, [ ] REMOVE TREASURER RECONCILIATION BILL COSTS FROM 2009 BUDGET $126, [ ] TURN OFF NONESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL (LIGHTS AT NIGHT, COMPUTERS) $100, [ ] CHARGE CITIES AND TOWNS A FEE FOR SPILLMAN USE $100, [ ] MODIFY COLLECTION OF TAXES THROUGH CONTRACT ATTORNEYS $100, [ ] MERGE PUBLIC WORKS INTO HIGHWAY, PER MAXIMUS REPORT (ELIMINATES 3 EMPLOYEES) $100, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS SPACE USED BY PROGRAM $100, [ ] SHIFT JUVENILE CASA TO 50/50 FROM 75/25 $96, [ ] CLOSE HAMMOND HEALTH DEPARTMENT SATELLITE $75, [ ] EVERY OFFICE BRINGS MAIL TO AND PICKS UP MAIL FROM MAIL ROOM (ELIMINATES 2 EMPLOYEES) $75, [ ] ELIMINATE ONE PARK SUPERINTENDENT, PER MAXIMUS $70, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FROM JUVENILE CASA $70, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FROM LADOS, I, II, AND III $69, [ ] ELIMINATE DRUG ALLIANCE POSITION FROM GENERAL FUND (PAY FROM GRANT) $67, [ ] REDUCE COUNCIL & COMMISSIONERS' MATCHING FUNDS $40, [ ] ELIMINATE ONE FULL-TIME/PART-TIME ATTORNEY FROM COMMISSIONERS' GENERAL FUND (OR TWO OTHER POSITIONS) $50, [ ] ELIMINATE FULL-TIME/PART-TIME ATTORNEY FROM COMMISSIONERS AND USE THE INCENTIVE MONEY FOR GENERAL FUND $60, [ ] OUTSOURCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S COURT SECURITY $60, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR HUD/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPACE $45, [ ] FORM HERMIT LAKE SANITARY WASTE DISTRICT $42,000

10 65.[ ] SHERIFF PROVIDES AT LEAST 5 MORE WORK RELEASE WORKERS FOR GOVERNMENT CENTER CREW EACH DAY (ELIMINATES ONE EMPLOYEE) $40, [ ] CHARGE TREE HOUSE $12.50/SQ FT FOR RENT OF SPACE $40, [ ] CHARGE STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTS $12.50/SQ FT FOR RENT $18, [ ] SIX TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR CONSOLIDATION SAVINGS $10, [ ] ELIMINATE MERIT OFFICER COMPENSATION FOR EXERCISE PERIODS $5, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR BAR ASSOCIATION SPACE $5, [ ] ESTABLISH AND OUTSOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT (DO ONLY IF FUNDED THROUGH STAFF REDUCTIONS) ($800,000) 72.[ ] IMPLEMENT WHEEL TAX (AUTO SURCHARGE) $4, [ ] SEPARATE COURTS AND ASSIGN OVERHEAD/INDIRECT COSTS $0

11 Appendix D TYPE I: PREPLANNED REDUCTIONS 9. [ ] REMOVE BUDGETED 2% FROM AUDITOR, PARKS, AND HEALTH $1,590,000

12 TYPE II: MAXIMUS RECOMMENDATIONS Appendix E 13.[ ] CLOSE SATELLITE COURTHOUSES (INCLUDES CLERK, OVERHEAD, AND TREASURER) $1,900, [ ] MAKE PUBLIC DEFENDERS FULL TIME, TRANSFER TO PUBLIC DEFENDER AGENCY (ELIMINATES 27 FULL-TIME/PART-TIME, AND ADDS 5 FULL-TIME PUBLIC DEFENDERS AND 1 FULL-TIME/PART-TIME SUPERVISOR) $696, [ ] CLOSE GARY AND HAMMOND TREASURER OFFICES, PER MAXIMUS REPORT (ELIMINATES 13 EMPLOYEES) $450, [ ] MERGE PUBLIC WORKS INTO HIGHWAY, PER MAXIMUS REPORT (ELIMINATES 3 EMPLOYEES) $100, [ ] CLOSE HAMMOND HEALTH DEPARTMENT SATELLITE $75, [ ] ELIMINATE 1 PARK SUPERINTENDENT, PER MAXIMUS $70,000

13 TYPE III: SPECIFIC PERSONNEL REDUCTIONS Appendix F 5. [ ] REDUCE SHERIFF'S EMPLOYMENT BY 30 $2,100, [ ] CLOSE SHERIFF'S WORK RELEASE $1,000, [ ] ELIMINATE 20 BOOKKEEPERS AND COMBINE OPERATIONS $710, [ ] ELIMINATE PRETRIAL RELEASE $400, [ ] REDUCE SIZE OF CALUMET TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR STAFF TO THAT OF NORTH TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR (REMOVES 10 FULL TIME) $350, [ ] ELIMINATE 5 POSITIONS FROM CRIME LAB (11 TO 6) $350, [ ] ELIMINATE SHERIFF'S MARINE UNIT $350, [ ] ALL CROWN POINT COUNTY AND CRIMINAL DIVISION COURTS BAILIFFS FORM POOL AND SHARE (ELIMINATES 4 EMPLOYEES) $200, [ ] ELIMINATE ONE FULL TIME-PART TIME ATTORNEY FROM COMMISSIONERS GENERAL FUND (OR 2 OTHER POSITIONS) $60, [ ] ELIMINATE FULL TIME ATTORNEY FROM COMMISSIONERS AND USE THE INCENTIVE MONEY FOR GENERAL FUND $60,000

14 TYPE IV: NONSPECIFIC PERSONNEL REDUCTIONS Appendix G 1. [ ] REDUCE SELECTED DEPARTMENTS BY 20% (SOME EXEMPT) OR REVERT TO 2005 BUDGET LEVELS (SPREADSHEET AVAILABLE-NOT ACROSS BOARD) $13,000, [ ] REDUCE ONLY FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES BY 10% $8,000, [ ] REDUCE SELECTED DEPARTMENTS BY 10% (SOME EXEMPT) (SPREADSHEET AVAILABLE-NOT ACROSS THE BOARD) $6,500, [ ] REDUCE EMPLOYMENT ACROSS THE BOARD BY 5% ( NO REDUCTIONS FOR STAFF OF 20 OR LESS:-ELIMINATES MORE THAN 136 JOBS) $5,800, [ ] CUT PART TIME BY 50% ACROSS THE BOARD $750, [ ] ELIMINATE 10 JOBS BY ATTRITION $400,000

15 TYPE V: BENEFIT ADJUSTMENT Appendix H 8. [ ] VERY FAVORABLE EARLY RETIREMENT PROGRAM $1,650, [ ] ELIMINATE EMPLOYEE DEFERRED COMPENSATION PROGRAM $1,466, [ ] DOUBLE EMPLOYEES' HEALTH CARE CONTRIBUTIONS $850, [ ] INCREASE HEALTH INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES AND CO-PAYS $475, [ ] MINIMAL EARLY RETIREMENT SAVINGS FROM PROGRAM $250, [ ] ELIMINATE MERIT OFFICER COMPENSATION FOR EXERCISE PERIODS $5,000

16 TYPE VI: OPERATIONAL ADJUSTMENT Appendix I 17.[ ] RESTRICT SHERIFF'S PATROL TO UNINCORPORATED AREA (ELIMINATES 10 POSITIONS) $700, [ ] NO ELECTION IN 2009 (DO NOT BUDGET THIS COST IN 2009) $400, [ ] CHANGE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS' SCHEDULING FROM 4/2 TO 5/2 $289, [ ] CONSOLIDATE VOTING SITES $239, [ ] NO SHERIFF TAKES HOME CARS AT ALL (GAS SAVINGS ONLY) $225, [ ] CONVERT ONE SUPERIOR COURT TO A PROBATE COURT (ELIMINATES 3 PROBATE COURT COMMISSIONERS) $145, [ ] MODIFY COLLECTION OF TAXES THROUGH CONTRACT ATTORNEYS $100, [ ] TURN OFF NONESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL (LIGHTS AT NIGHT, COMPUTERS) $100, [ ] EVERY OFFICE BRINGS MAIL TO AND PICKS UP MAIL FROM MAIL ROOM (ELIMINATES 2 EMPLOYEES) $70, [ ] REDUCE TRAVEL BY 10% $63, [ ] FORM HERMIT LAKE SANITARY WASTE DISTRICT $40, [ ] SHERIFF PROVIDES AT LEAST 5 MORE WORK RELEASE WORKERS FOR GOVERNMENT CENTER CREW EACH DAY (ELIMINATES 1 EMPLOYEE) $40, [ ] SIX TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR CONSOLIDATION SAVINGS $5, [ ] SEPARATE COURTS AND ASSIGN OVERHEAD/INDIRECT COSTS $0

17 TYPE VII: THIRD PARTY IMPACT Appendix J 35.[ ] COLLECT SHERIFF'S FEE $400, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR PROSECUTOR, SHERIFF PROPERTY SEIZURE, AND TASK FORCE $228, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FROM HIDTA $151, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR USE OF CAFETERIA $126, [ ] CHARGE CITIES AND TOWNS A FEE FOR SPILLMAN USE $100, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS SPACE USED BY PROGRAM $96, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FROM JUVENILE CASA $69, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FROM LADOS, I, II, AND III $67, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR HUD/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT $42, [ ] CHARGE TREE HOUSE $12.50/SQ FT FOR RENT OF SPACE $18, [ ] CHARGE STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTS $12.50/SQ FT RENT $10, [ ] COLLECT RENT AT $12.50/SQ FT FOR BAR ASSOCIATION SPACE $4, [ ] IMPLEMENT WHEEL TAX (AUTO SURCHARGE) $250,000

18 TYPE VIII: OTHER Appendix K 6. [ ] BORROW FROM HEALTH INSURANCE RESERVES $2,000, [ ] OUTSOURCE COUNTY WATER PARK AND GOLF COURSES $1,700, [ ] REDIRECT RIVERBOAT FUNDS TO GENERAL FUNDS $1,500, [ ] ELIMINATE COMMISSIONERS' NONPROFIT APPROPRIATIONS (I.E. COMMISSIONERS' CHARITIES: TRADE WINDS, LCARC) $1,095, [ ] BOND AND PUT OUTSIDE FREEZE THE JOHNSON CONTROL COSTS THAT ARE NOW INSIDE THE FREEZE $1,000, [ ] REMOVE PARKS' LAND PURCHASE AND SOFTWARE PURCHASE COSTS $347, [ ] REMOVE GENERAL FUND SUBSIDY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPT $252, [ ] INCREASE % FROM COMMISSIONER TAX CERTIFICATE SALES $200, [ ] STOP INTRA & INTER SERIES TRANSFERS $200, [ ] CLOSE FAIRGROUNDS (OUTSOURCE TO THIRD PARTY) $198, [ ] REMOVE TREASURER RECONCILIATION BILL COSTS FROM 2009 BUDGET $100, [ ] SHIFT JUVENILE CASA TO 50/50 FROM 75/25% $75, [ ] ELIMINATE DRUG ALLIANCE POSITION FROM GENERAL FUND (PAY FROM GRANT) $60, [ ] ELIMINATE COUNCIL MATCHING FUNDS $60, [ ] OUTSOURCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S COURT SECURITY $45, [ ] ESTABLISH AND OUTSOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT (DO ONLY IF FUNDED THROUGH STAFF REDUCTIONS) ($800,000)

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