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Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Halifax County Board of Commissioners Vernon J. Bryant, Chairman

J. Rives Manning, Jr., Vice-Chairman Carolyn C. Johnson

Linda A. Brewer Marcelle O. Smith

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T. Patrick W. Qualls

Tony N. Brown County Manager

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Andrea H. Wiggins Clerk to the Board

M. Glynn Rollins, Jr. County Attorney

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Monday May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting 9:30 AM Halifax County Historic Courthouse

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10 North King Street, Post Office Box 38, Halifax, North Carolina 27839 252-583-1131/Fax: 252-583-9921

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www.halifaxnc.com

The mission of the Halifax County Board of Commissioners is to provide leadership and support for an effective county government that seeks to

enhance the quality of life for the people of Halifax County.

Call to Order Chairman Vernon J. Bryant

Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Adoption of the Agenda

Conflict of Interest Chairman Vernon J. Bryant

In accordance with the Halifax County Board of Commissioners Rules of Procedures and N. C. G. S. Sec.153A-44, it is the duty of every member present

to vote on all matters coming before the Board, unless there is a conflict of interest as determined by the Board or by law. Does any Board member have any known conflict of interest with respect to any matters coming before the Board today? If so, please identify the conflict and the remaining Board members will vote to consider the requested excuse.
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1. Agenda Items

A. Resolution in Support of the Current ABC Control System for the Sale of Liquor

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Derian Caudle, Halifax County ABC General Manager

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B. Declaration of Intent to Sell Home Health and Hospice of Halifax

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Bruce Robistow, Director of Public Health

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C. FY 2019-2020 Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funding Plan Marcelle O. Smith, Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Chairman

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D. Audit Contract for June 30, 2019 Mary W. Duncan, Finance Director E. FY 2019-2020 Budget Presentation Tony N. Brown, County Manager

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2. Other Business County Commissioners

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3. Adjourn County Commissioners

*** Accommodations for individuals with disabilities may be arranged by contacting

the County Manager's office at 252-583-1131 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. ***

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AGENDA Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

TO: Halifax County Board of Commissioners

FROM: Derian Caudle, Halifax County ABC General Manager

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PRESENTER: Derian Caudle, Halifax County ABC General Manager

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SUBJECT: Resolution in Support of the Current ABC Control System for the Sale of Liquor

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DATE: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: Attached, please find the resolution in support of the current ABC Control System for the sale of liquor for your review and

approval.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Resolution in Support of the Current ABC Control System for the Sale of Liquor

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REQUEST: Adopt the resolution in support of the current ABC Control System for the sale of liquor.

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RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE CURRENT ABC CONTROL SYSTEM

FOR THE SALE OF LIQUOR

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WHEREAS, the citizens of the County of Halifax voted to permit the sale of liquor through the establishment of an ABC Board, which is a part of the

North Carolina s control system for the sale of spirituous liquors; and
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WHEREAS, House Bill 971 (Modern Licensure Model for Alcohol Control) was filed on April 25, 2019 and this bill privatizes the retail sale and

wholesale distribution of liquor, allows a minimum of 1,500 permits to be issued to any business that sells food (grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, variety stores, etc.) or to any retail business , with additional numbers of permits available for issuance based on population growth, with retail liquor sales authorized between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 a.m., and with those businesses allowed to ship liquor directly to individuals in or out of the State; and
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WHEREAS, North Carolina s local ABC boards operate about 423 retail stores, balancing access to liquor and generating local revenue while maintaining

control; and
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WHEREAS, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services website notes that excessive alcohol use cost North Carolina more than 7 Billion

in 2010, that excessive alcohol use is the third leading preventable cause of death in North Carolina, and that according to Centers for Disease Control s Community Guide on Excessive Alcohol Use strategies to reduce excessive drinking include maintaining State control of alcohol sales and continuing to limit the number of outlets selling and distributing alcohol; and
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WHEREAS, the General Assembly s nonpartisan Program Evaluation Division (PED) was directed to examine whether other systems for alcohol beverage

control, including privatized systems, are appropriate for North Carolina, specially to include the State of Washington, which recently changed its beverage control system from State government control of wholesale and retail control of spirituous liquor to a licensure model; and
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WHEREAS, the PED Report, Changing How North Carolina Controls Liquor Sales

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Has Operational, Regulatory, and Financial Ramifications , released on February 11, 2019: (1) did not recommend privatization, (2) found that among

the southeastern states, North Carolina collects the most revenue per gallon, has the lowest outlet density and has the second lowest per capita consumption; and (3) the PED expects retail liquor consumption to increase by 20 with privatization based on 1,000 expected outlets; and
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WHEREAS, for fiscal year ending 2018, local ABC boards distributed 430,635,861:

County-City Distributions 80 million; State General Fund 323 million; Local Alcohol Education/Treatment 13 million; Local Law Enforcement 8.8

million; and Rehabilitation Services 5 million; and local ABC boards also paid 17.7 million for the operation of the ABC Commission/Warehouse; and
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WHEREAS, North Carolina is unique as it allows communities to vote to establish local

ABC boards for the sale of liquor in their communities, with liquor profits distributed back to those communities, thereby reducing the need to

increase local property taxes; and
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WHEREAS, the citizens of the County of Halifax, in voting to permit the operation of

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ABC stores, did not vote to allow spirits to be sold in private retail liquor stores and did not vote to allow spirits to be sold retail outlets

where beer and wine are sold; and
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WHEREAS, no State funds are spent to distribute or sell liquor as the State and local

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operation of the ABC system is receipt supported; and

WHEREAS, of the 50 states, North Carolina ranks 44th lowest in consumption per capita and 7th highest in revenue per capita and North Carolina s ABC

system accomplishes both revenue and public health, welfare and safety objectives; and
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WHEREAS, privatization will result in a marked increase in the number of outlets,

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longer hours of sale, greater advertising and more promotion, significantly more consumption, and increased societal costs; and

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WHEREAS, local revenue from ABC stores operations is important; and

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WHEREAS, local control over the sale of liquor is an important function.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the County of Halifax desires to retain North Carolina s current control system for the sale of liquor and

believes that privatization of liquor will lead to many adverse effects.
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Adopted this 20th day of May, 2019.

_____________________________________ Vernon J. Bryant, Chairman Halifax County Board of Commissioners

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Andrea H. Wiggins, MMC, Clerk to the Board Halifax County Board of Commissioners

AGENDA Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

TO: Halifax County Board of Commissioners

FROM: M. Glynn Rollins, Jr., County Attorney

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PRESENTER: Bruce Robistow, Director of Public Health

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SUBJECT: Declaration of Intent to Sell Home Health and Hospice of Halifax

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DATE: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: The county is considering the sale of Home Health and Hospice of Halifax (HHHH). HHHH is a hospital facility as that term is

defined in Article 2, Chapter 131E, N.C. General Statutes. Before selling, leasing or otherwise conveying HHHH, the county must follow certain procedures, the first of which is adoption of a resolution declaring the intent to sell HHHH at a regular meeting on 10 days public notice. The 10 day public notice has been given. A resolution concerning various matters related to declaration of intent to sell, including the engagement of a consultant to assist with the proposed sale, is either attached to this agenda item or placed at your seats.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Public Notice

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REQUEST: Consider adoption of the resolution declaring intent to sell Home Health and Hospice of Halifax.

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Public Notice

Pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. 131E-13(d), the Board of Commissioners of Halifax County (the Board ) is

providing notice of its plans to consider its intent to sell or otherwise convey its home health and

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hospice agency, Home Health and Hospice of Halifax (the Agency ), in a manner consistent with its

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governmental purpose, at its regular meeting to be held at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, May 20, 2019. The

meeting will be held in the Commissioners Board Room at the Historic Courthouse, which is located at

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10 N. King Street, Halifax, North Carolina.

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Upon such declaration of intent to sell the Agency, the Board plans to issue a Request for Proposals ( RFP )

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related to the sale of its Agency. By this Notice, the Board also solicits any other party interested in

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participating in the RFP to contact Mr. Bruce Robistow, the County Health Director, in writing by May 22,

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2019, at robistowb@halifaxnc.com. Upon receipt of an acceptable proposal, as determined by the Board

in its sole discretion, the Board intends on negotiating terms with the selected respondent in a manner

consistent with its governmental purpose.

Andrea H. Wiggins

May 10, 2019

AGENDA Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

TO: Halifax County Board of Commissioners

FROM: Marcelle O. Smith, Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Chairman

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PRESENTER: Marcelle O. Smith, Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Chairman

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SUBJECT: FY 2019-2020 Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funding Plan

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DATE: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: The FY 2019-2020 Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funding Plan will be presented.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description FY 2019-2020 Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funding Plan

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REQUEST: Approve the FY 2019-2020 Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Funding Plan.

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AGENDA Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

TO: Halifax County Board of Commissioners

FROM: Mary W. Duncan, Finance Director

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PRESENTER: Mary W. Duncan, Finance Director

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SUBJECT: Award audit contract for fiscal year ending June 30, 2019

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DATE: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: An Audit RFP was sent out in early February and the original due date was extended a week due to only 1 response. Bids were

opened on March 6th and the tabulation sheet is attached for more detail.
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Our previous firm did not bid due to the new criteria being demanded by the State as well as the tightening of deadline adherence. MSA also released

6 other counties.
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The bids were: Elliott Davis, located in Raleigh, 65,550; Mauldin Jenkins from Atlanta,GA, 59,500 and Thompson, Price, Scott, Adams Co, Whiteville,

NC, 72,000.
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Elliott Davis and Mauldin Jenkins are both fairly new to governmental auditing in North Carolina but are certified by the LGC as eligible firms. TPSA

has been auditing NC counties for more than 50 years.
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Finance has had lengthy conversations with the new firms and feel either would be a good fit for Halifax County. It is our recommendation to award

the FYE 6-30-18 audit contract to M J for 59,550.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description FY 19 Halifax County Audit

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TOTAL COST: 59,550 COUNTY COST: 59,550

REQUEST: Award the 6-30-19 audit contract to Mauldin Jenkins

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AGENDA Halifax County Board of Commissioners

Regular Meeting

TO: Halifax County Board of Commissioners

FROM: Tony N. Brown, County Manager

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PRESENTER: Tony N. Brown, County Manager

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SUBJECT: FY 2019-2020 Budget Presentation

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DATE: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: The FY 2019-2020 Budget Presentation will be provided.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description FY 2019-2020 Budget Presentation FY 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance

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REQUEST:

Commissioner ___________ introduced the following Budget Ordinance, Operations Department 1,807,718 which was seconded by Commissioner

________________ and adopted. Planning and Development Services 445,149
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Register of Deeds 407,805 Whereas, the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 was submitted Tax Administration 1,414,424

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to the Board of Commissioners on May 20, 2019 by the Halifax County Manager Tax Revaluation - and filed with the Clerk to the Board on that date;

and,
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HUMAN SERVICES 8,275,783 Whereas, on June 17, 2019, the Halifax County Board of Commissioners Health Department 2,502,677

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held a public hearing on the budget pursuant to G.S. 159-13. Cardinal Innovations 319,500 Cardinal Innovations ABC 42,000

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Be it ordained by the Halifax County Board of Commissioners that for the Social Services 5,411,606 purpose of financing the operations of Halifax

County for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, there are hereby appropriated from taxes EDUCATION 11,221,152 and other revenue the following amounts: Schools Current Expense 5,612,231
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Schools Capital Outlay 4,166,043 BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Commissioners of Halifax County, North Carolina Halifax Community College County

Current Fund 1,112,851
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Halifax Community College Other CE-Inst Support 75,000 Section 1. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the General Fund for Halifax

Community College Plant Fund 255,027 the operation of the county government and its activities for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the charts of accounts PUBLIC SAFETY 12,445,439 heretofore established for this County: Central Communications 869,124
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Emergency Management 101,178 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 8,560,002 Emergency Medical Services 2,913,369 Cooperative Extension 356,085 Jail Department

3,136,472 County Management 613,539 Sheriff's Department 5,261,137 Elections 296,472 Fire Departments Donations 79,000 Finance Department 527,400 Judicial Services 25,159 Governing Body 190,534 Medical Examiner 60,000 Halifax Development Commission 320,285 Human Resources 252,846 OTHER SERVICES 3,180,170 Information Technology Services 814,802 Student Incentive 90,788 Legal Department 274,760 Juvenile Crime Prevention 187,846 Library 656,772 Boards and Commissions 7,348 Natural Resources Conservation 181,411 Outside Funding Recipients 70,500
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Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Budget Ordinance

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Home Community Care Block Grant 292,174 Local 1/4 Cent Sales Tax (Art. 46) 1,300,000 Economic Development Incentive Program - Register of Deeds

278,500 Tourism 3,600 ABC 292,000 Council on Aging 16,575 Privilege Schedule B 3,200 Aging Coordinator 75,460 Occupancy Taxes - Administration 800,000 Veterans 60,061 Motor Vehicle Tax 2,815,000 Farmers Market 4,500 Insurance 247,556 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 506,000 NC Forestry Service 100,000 Facility Fees 65,000 Transfer/Support Services 2,023,762 Telecable Franchise Tax 85,000
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Reimbursement from State-DWI 6,000 Notwithstanding the appropriation for Outside Funding Recipients , if it is Municipal Tax and Fee Collections

350,000 determined that there is no statutory authority for the county to engage in the activity funded for the outside funding recipient, or that the funding of such activity is not PERMITS AND FEES 750,550 authorized by law, then such appropriation shall be void. All outside funding Building Inspection Fees 150,000 recipients shall execute a grant agreement with the County before funding Credit Card Fees 13,000 is received. Elections Revenue/Filing Fees 27,500
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Sheriff's Fees 46,500 TOTAL APPROPRIATION 43,682,546 ID Card Replacement 50

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Civil Fees 55,000 Section 2. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available in the Jail Canteen 30,000 General Fund for the fiscal

year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020. Inmate Sick Call Fees -
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Misdemeanant Program 9,000 AD VALOREM TAXES 25,373,000 Officer Fees 13,000 Taxes Ad Valorem 24,700,000 Fines Forfeitures 175,000 Prior Years Taxes

450,000 Jail Fees 32,000 Late Payment Interest 195,000 Tax Administration - Maps 1,600 Gross Tax Receipts 28,000 Handgun Processing - Sheriff 22,000
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Handgun Fingerprint Fees 2,400 OTHER TAXES AND LICENSES 13,388,700 Camp Fees 16,000 1 Cent Sales Tax 2,800,000 Attorney Fees 87,500 1/2 Cent Sales

Tax (Art. 40) 2,570,000 Tax Advertising Fees 70,000 1/2 Cent Sales Tax (Art. 42) 2,000,000 1/2 Cent Sales Tax (Art. 44*524) 530,000
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MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 1,651,605 TOTAL REVENUES 43,682,546 Concession Machines 50 Magistrate Rent 2,100 Other Rents 141,043 Interest on Investments

300,000 Library 108,223 Economic/Physical Development 23,600 Miscellaneous Revenue 144,650 Jail PayTel Communications 36,000 Fire - Loan 6,000 Social Services/Weldon Middle Sewer Pump - Halifax County Schools SRO 301,084 Donations - Sheriff 1,500 Public Utilities - Water Indirect Cost 123,680 Public Utilities - Solid Waste Indirect Cost 131,130 Public Utilities - Solid Waste Monofill Indirect Cost 5,385 Tourism 3,600 QSCB Debt Pmt Federal Reimbursement 116,160 RVCC/EDC/TDA Maint Account 5,400 Lottery Funds - Manning Elem Debt Pmt 200,000 Meals on Wheels Donations 2,000
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HUMAN SERVICES 2,000 Veterans Administration 2,000

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GRANTS 581,197 Student Incentive 90,788 Youth Services-DJJDP 187,846 Home Community Care Block Grant 302,563

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TRANSFER FROM OTHER FUNDS 375,000

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FUND BALANCE 1,054,494

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Section 3. The following amounts are hereby appropriated in the Reassessment Section 7. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Drug

Fund for the future revaluation of property in Halifax County during the fiscal year Enforcement Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore accounts heretofore established for this county: established for this county:
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TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 50,000 Miscellaneous Expenditures 200

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Section 4. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available to the TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 200 Reassessment Fund for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Section 8. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available
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for the Drug Enforcement Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 Transfer General Fund 50,000 and ending June 30, 2020: Fund Balance -

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Fund Balance 200 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 50,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 200 Section 5. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for Unemployment Insurance for the fiscal year beginning July

1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, Section 9. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Drug in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established for this county: Task Force Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending
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June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore Expenses 25,000 established by this county: Transfer General Fund 375,000

Supplies and Materials 17,000 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 400,000 Tools and Equipment 1,000

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Section 6. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 18,000 Unemployment Insurance for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Section 10. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the
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Drug Task Force Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and Interest Earned - ending June 30, 2020: Transfer General Fund 244,825 Fund

Balance 155,175 Fund Balance 18,000
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TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 400,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 18,000

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Section 11. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Controlled Section 14. It is estimated that the following revenues will be

available for the Substance Tax Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established and ending June 30, 2020: for this county:
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Federal Funds - Supplies and Materials 5,000 Fund Balance 100,000 Capital Outlay 20,000 Travel/Training 2,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 100,000 Other

Expense 5,000
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Section 15. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 32,000 Emergency Telephone System for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019
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and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore Section 12. It is estimated that the following revenues will be

available for the established for this county: Controlled Substance Tax Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Telephone Expenses 55,000
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Service Contracts 155,000 State Funds 7,000 Recurring Charges - Interest Earned - Employee Training 35,000 Fund Balance 25,000 Expenses 10,000

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Capital Outlay 59,530 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE 32,000

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 314,530 Section 13. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending Section 16. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established Emergency Telephone System for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 for this county: and ending June 30, 2020:
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Supplies 20,000 Wireless Funds 314,530 Capital Outlay 80,000 Fund Balance -

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TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 100,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 314,530

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Section 17. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Health Insurance Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending

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June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established Other Revenues 15,000 for this county: Fund Balance -

Expenses 5,200,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 2,808,639

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 5,200,000 Section 21. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the White Goods Disposal Fund operation for the fiscal

year beginning July 1, 2019
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Section 18. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts

heretofore Health Insurance Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending established for this county: June 30, 2020:
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Engineering Services 10,000 Revenue 5,200,000 Fees - Interest Earned - Fund Balance - TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 10,000

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TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE 5,200,000 Section 22. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the White Goods Disposal Fund

operations for the fiscal year beginning July 1,

Section 19. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Solid 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Waste Collection Fund for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established Privilege Tax - for this county: Fund Balance 10,000
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Salaries and Benefits 442,286 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 10,000 Supplies 2,292,253 Capital Outlay 74,100 Section 23. The following amounts are hereby

appropriated for the Solid

Waste Disposal/Transfer Station Fund operation for the fiscal year beginning TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 2,808,639 July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in

accordance with the chart of accounts
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heretofore established for this county: Section 20. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Solid Waste Disposal Fund

for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 Salaries and Benefits 128,709 and ending June 30, 2020: Supplies 239,084
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Collection and Hauling 744,420 HH SW Fee 1,796,982 Debt Service 189,840 Availability Fees 996,657 Ash Monofill Expense 32,685

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SW Landfill Closure 50,000 Section 27. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Tire Capital Outlay 122,000 Disposal Fund operations for

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and
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ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 1,506,738 established for this county:

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Section 24. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Fees 80,000 Solid Waste Disposal/Transfer Station Fund for the

fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 80,000
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SW Landfill Closure 50,000 Section 28. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Tipping Fees 608,431 Tire Disposal Fund

operations for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and Int SW Disposal Tax 50,000 ending June 30, 2020: Availability Fees 758,622 Fund Balance 39,685 Sales Tax 65,000
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Scrap Tire Grant 15,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE 1,506,738 Fund Balance -

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Section 25. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Solid TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 80,000 Waste Electronics Management Fund operations

for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts Section 29. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Water heretofore established for this county: Department Fund operations for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and
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ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore Recycling Disposal Fee 10,000 established for this county:

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TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 10,000 Salaries and Benefits 774,106 Supplies 501,280

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Section 26. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Services 1,098,550 Solid Waste Electronic Management Fund

operations for the fiscal year Water Purchases 2,160,688 beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Capital Outlay 158,400
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Debt Service 1,610,842 SW Electronics Management 3,000 Fund Balance 7,000 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 6,303,866

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TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 10,000

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Section 30. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts

heretofore Water Department Fund operations for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 established for this county: and ending June 30, 2020:
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Salaries and Benefits 130,000 Other Operating Revenues 280,000 Water Sales 5,756,366 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 130,000 Fees 265,000 Interest 2,500 Section

34. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Fund Balance - Law Enforcement Separation Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019
Tagged Passions:funding, sale, utility, Utility, public safety, and water

and ending June 30, 2020: TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE 6,303,866

Transfer General Fund 130,000 Section 31. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Phase XI Interest Earned - Water Revenue Bonds - Debt

Service Fund operations for the fiscal year Fund Balance - beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established for this county: TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 130,000
Tagged Passions:utility, bond, Utility, and water

Revenue Bonds 49,000 Section 35. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Public Revenue Bond Interest 49,080 School Building Fund for

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending Bank Service Charges 100 June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established
Tagged Passions:bond and education

for this county: TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 98,180

Tagged Passions:funding

Expenses 87,000 Section 32. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Phase XI Water Revenue Bonds - Debt Service Fund

operations for the fiscal TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 87,000 year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020:
Tagged Passions:funding, utility, bond, Utility, and water

Section 36. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Transfer - Water and Sewer Fund 98,080 Public School Building Fund

for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and Interest Earned 100 ending June 30, 2020:
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, water, and education

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 98,180 Interest Earned - Fund Balance 87,000

Section 33. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Law Enforcement Separation Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 87,000
Tagged Passions:public safety

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Section 37. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Health Medicaid/Special Assistance 915,000 Department Fund operations for the

fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and Foster Care/Adoption 449,222 ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore Crisis 427,800 established for this county: Blind Services 7,406
Tagged Passions:health, services, and health insurance

LIEAP Program 422,561 Salaries and Benefits 5,077,059 Operational Expenses 1,978,533 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 16,048,389 Capital Outlay 138,944

Tagged Passions:funding and program

Section 40. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 7,194,536 Department of Social Services Fund

operations for the fiscal year beginning
Tagged Passions:funding, social services, and services

July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Section 38. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Health Department Fund

operations for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 General Administration/Purchased Services 9,622,180 and ending June 30, 2020: Foster Care/Adoption 138,085
Tagged Passions:health, services, and purchasing

IV-D Incentive Returns 78,039 County Appropriation 2,502,677 CAP/Medicaid Case Management 364,050 Home Health and Hospice Fund Balance - Twin

Co./Hospital 11,868 State Grants 1,410,921 General Fund Appropriation 5,411,606 Fees/Donations 282,564 LIEAP Program 422,561 Health Fund Balance 577,634 Home Health - Medicaid, Medicare Ins. 1,367,430 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 16,048,389 Hospice Donations - United Way/Private Ensure 23,513 Medicare, Medicaid 566,847 Section 41. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Cooperative Other 462,950 Extension Agent Program/County Extension/4-H Account for the fiscal year
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, hospital, donation, Donation, seniors, program, health insurance, healthcare, and incentive

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 7,194,536 of accounts heretofore established

for this county:

Section 39. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Department CoOp Agent Program Expenses 800 of Social Services Fund operations for

the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 County Extension Expenses 1,000 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore 4-H Account Expenses 1,500 established for this county:
Tagged Passions:social services, services, and program

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 3,300 General Administration 11,020,558 Purchased Services 2,805,842

Tagged Passions:funding, services, and purchasing

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Section 42. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Fund Balance - Cooperative Extension Agent Program/County

Extension/4-H Account for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 5,878,142
Tagged Passions:program

Fees 1,300 Section 45. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the operations of Donations 500 Central Communications for the fiscal year

beginning July 1, 2019 and ending 4-H Livestock 1,000 June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established Other Revenues 500 for this county:
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, communications, Communications, and livestock

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 3,300 Salaries and Benefits 1,264,137 Operating Expenses 121,934

Section 43. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Emergency Capital Outlay 6,400 Medical Services Fund for the fiscal year beginning

July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 1,392,471 for this county:
Tagged Passions:funding, services, and emergency

Section 46. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Salaries and Benefits 4,608,548 operations of Central

Communications for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 Operating Expenses 695,076 and ending June 30, 2020: Debt Service 83,518 Transfer General Fund-Performance Evaluations - City of Roanoke Rapids Contribution 345,186 Capital Outlay 491,000 Town of Scotland Neck Contribution 44,540
Tagged Passions:performance, communications, and Communications

Town of Weldon Contribution 41,756 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 5,878,142 Town of Enfield Contribution 75,162

Tagged Passions:funding

Town of Littleton Contribution 16,703 Section 44. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Town of Hobgood Contribution

- operations of Emergency Medical Services for the fiscal year beginning July 1, Transfer General Fund 869,124 2019 and ending June 30, 2020:
Tagged Passions:services and emergency

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 1,392,471 Emergency Medical Services 2,443,324 Cost Reporting Revenue 400,000 Section 47. The following amounts are hereby

appropriated for the Fire Warren County Appropriation 107,449 District Funds for the operation of fire protection services for the fiscal year Transfer General Fund 2,913,369 beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020, in accordance with the chart Halifax Fire District Contract 4,000 of accounts heretofore established for this county: Debt Setoff Collections 10,000
Tagged Passions:funding, contract, fire departments and districts, services, and emergency

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Davie Fire District 406,500 Town of Halifax Tax Payments 78,000 Darlington Fire District 81,500 Rheasville Fire District 187,900 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS

11,013,000 Thelma Fire District 15 Tillery Fire District 29,000 Section 50. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the Tax Littleton Fire District 258,600 Agency Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Arcola Fire District 48,650 Enfield Fire District 255,200 Town of Littleton Tax Collections 257,000 Halifax Fire District 106,250 City of Roanoke Rapids Tax Collections 8,737,000 Hobgood Fire District 26,400 Town of Weldon Tax Collections 725,000 Scotland Neck Fire District 106,150 Town of Scotland Neck Tax Collections 600,000 Weldon Fire District 125,100 Town of Enfield Tax Collections 558,000
Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, Taxes, and fire departments and districts

Town of Hobgood Tax Collections 58,000 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 1,631,265 Town of Halifax Tax Collections 78,000

Tagged Passions:funding, taxes, and Taxes

Section 48. It is estimated that the following revenues will be available for the TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 11,013,000 Fire District Fund for the

fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020: Section 51. There is hereby levied a tax at the rate of seventy-two cents ( 0.72)
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and fire departments and districts

per one hundred dollars ( 100) valuation of property listed as of January 1, 2019, Tax Revenues 1,377,115 for the purpose of raising revenue included

in Ad Valorem Taxes - Current Sales Tax 254,150 Year in the General Fund in Section 2 of this ordinance.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, sale, taxes, Taxes, property, and ad valorem

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 1,631,265 This rate of tax is based on the estimated total valuation of property for the purpose of taxation of

3,293,624,396 with an estimated collection rate of 97.40 .
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and property

Section 49. The following amounts are hereby appropriated for the Tax Agency Fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30,

2020, in Section 52. Pursuant to G.S. 153A-149(b)(7), there is hereby levied a tax at the accordance with the chart of accounts heretofore established for this county: rate of five cents ( 0.05) per one hundred dollars ( 100) valuation of property
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and property

listed as of January 1, 2019, for the purpose of raising revenue for the repayment Town of Littleton Tax Payments 257,000 of debt incurred by the

County pursuant to an Installment Financing Contract City of Roanoke Rapids Tax Payments 8,737,000 dated May 26, 2016, to finance the construction of a new elementary school to Town of Weldon Tax Payments 725,000 replace Manning Elementary School. The County shall cause all such revenues Town of Scotland Neck Tax Payments 600,000 received under this levy to be deposited to the credit of the General Fund of the Town of Enfield Tax Payments 558,000 County, but to be disbursed only for said debt repayment. The rate of tax is Town of Hobgood Tax Payments 58,000 based on an estimated total valuation of property for the purpose of taxation of
Tagged Passions:construction, finance, taxes, Taxes, contract, property, and education

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3,293,624,396 with an estimated collection rate of 97.40 . There is hereby appropriated to the Fire Districts the sum of 1,271,764 from the proceeds

of said tax plus any additional revenue accruing to the Special Fire
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and fire departments and districts

Section 53. Pursuant to G.S. 115C-511, there is hereby a levied tax at the Districts as required by law from Sales Taxes and other sources. rate of

twenty cents ( 0.20) per one hundred dollars ( 100) valuation of property listed for the taxes as of January 1, 2019, located within the Weldon-Halifax TAXING DISTRICT TAX RATE REVENUE Administrative School Unit for the purpose of supplementing the revenues of the Davie 0.0945 296,149 Administration Unit. The rate of tax is based on an estimated total valuation of Darlington 0.0890 59,599 property for the purpose of taxation of 623,211,925 and an estimated collection Rheasville 0.0705 134,412 rate of 97.40 . Tillery 0.0475 22,025
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, Taxes, property, and education

Littleton 0.0534 203,225 There is hereby appropriated to the Weldon-Halifax Administrative Unit the sum Arcola 0.0677 33,909 of 1,214,017 from the

proceeds of said tax plus any additional revenue accruing Enfield 0.0890 242,642 to the Weldon-Halifax Administrative Unit as required by law from Sales Taxes Halifax 0.0728 83,554 and other sources. Hobgood 0.0685 19,493
Tagged Passions:sale, taxes, and Taxes

Scotland Neck 0.0690 76,583 Section 54. Pursuant to G.S. 115C-511, there is hereby levied a tax at the rate Weldon 0.0894 100,173 of ten cents (

0.10) per one hundred dollars ( 100) valuation of property listed for taxes as of January 1, 2019, located within the Halifax County Schools Section 56. In accordance with G.S. 115C-429(b) the following appropriations are Administrative School Unit for the purpose of supplementing the revenues of the made to the Halifax County, Weldon City and Roanoke Rapids City School Districts Administration Unit. The rate of tax is based on an estimated total valuation of for Current Expenses. Per Pupil ADM allocations for Charter School students property for the purpose of taxation of 1,834,371,510 and an estimated collection residing in Halifax County are included in the three school systems' Current Expense rate of 97.40 . allocations. The budget resolution adopted by those School Districts shall conform
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, taxes, Taxes, property, education, Charter Schools, students, and charter schools

to the appropriations set forth in the Budget Ordinance. There is hereby appropriated to the Halifax County Schools Administrative Unit the sum of

1,786,678 from the proceeds of said tax plus any additional revenue School Appropriations: accruing to the Halifax County Schools Administrative Unit as required by law from Halifax County Roanoke Rapids Weldon Sales Taxes and other sources. Total Current Expense 2,511,473 2,281,933 818,825
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, sale, taxes, Taxes, and education

Total Capital Outlay 538,234 507,320 310,276 Section 55. The following taxes are hereby levied for the Special Fire Districts shown below. Each rate

is per one hundred dollars ( 100) valuation of property The Capital Outlay amount listed for RRGSD includes the QZAB debt listed for taxes as of January 1, 2019, located within each Fire District. This rate service payment of 89,500. The Capital Outlay amount also includes of tax is based on an estimated total valuation of real and personal property for QSCB Debt Service for Weldon City Schools of 58,077 and QSCB Debt the purposes of taxation of 1,731,965,383. The rates of tax are based on an Service for RRGSD of 107,857. estimated collection rate of 97.40 . Additional Capital Outlay items are as follows: Enfield School project
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, fire departments and districts, property, education, and rates

51,424,934 390,729,345 47,606,632

115,041,767 113,952,594 29,216,818

117,835,810 279,909,667

195,743,986 68,752,730

321,751,101 PROPERTY VALUATION

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1,047,857 and Manning Elementary School project 1,646,196. should not result in increases in recurring obligations such as salaries.

Tagged Passions:education

Section 57. Additional sales tax revenues distributed to the County pursuant b. He/she may transfer amounts up to 1,000 between departments,

including to G.S. 105-524 (Article 44*524) must be appropriated for economic contingency appropriations, within the same fund. He/she must make an official development, public education or community college purposes. Each report on such transfers at the next regular meeting of their Board of Commissioners. fiscal year, the Halifax County Board of Commissioners will determine whether and how to appropriate Article 44*524 funds that are actually held c. He/she may neither transfer any amounts between funds nor from any by the County at the time of adoption of the budget ordinance. contingency appropriation within any fund, except as approved by the Board of
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, budget, sale, taxes, Taxes, development, Development, university, and education

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