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1 Revenues-Animal Control Revenue Projections FY Original Revised Dept. Projected Manager Actual Budget Budget Actual Actual Recommendation DHHS-Spay/Neuter Grant (12,090) (16,920) (16,920) (10,649) (10,650) Animal Adoption Fees (58,215) (62,000) (62,000) (61,370) (68,000) Animal Control Citations (10,711) (12,000) (12,000) (11,695) (13,500) Spay/Neuter Fees (15,520) (15,240) (15,240) (10,230) (11,000) Low Cost Spay Neuter Fee (16,543) (16,500) (16,500) (12,370) (14,000) Sr. Citizens Discount Fees (5,755) (7,750) (7,750) (6,730) (7,750) Animal-Carolina Removal (7,662) (9,000) (9,000) (6,720) (8,500) Rabies Vaccinations (18,220) (19,000) (19,000) (17,850) (22,500) Heartworm/Leukemia Tests (3,060) (2,000) (2,000) (4,120) (4,200) Animal Control Reclaims (20,487) (22,000) (22,000) (15,485) (20,000) Animal Tranquilizing Fee Animal Control-Trap Deposit! (345) (1,200) (1,200) (140) (350) Medical Reimbursements (150) (250) Donations-Animal Control (1,465) - - (650) (700) Donations-Mobile Adoption 1 (5) PetSmart Adoption Rewards (200) (200) Donations - Spay/Neuter Clir (220) (220) Reimb for Copies (20) (20) Cash Over/(Short) (20) Total (170,098) (183,610) (183,610) (158,579) (181,840) (69,360) (12,000) (11,000) (14,000) (7,750) (8,500) (22,500) (2,000) (20,000) (350) (167,460)

2 Revenues-Animal Control Actual Adopted Budget FY FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY Revenues-Animal Control DHHS-Spay/Neuter Grant (3,799) (29,720) (22,670) (12,090) (16,920) State Animal Response Team Gra - (17,000) Animal Adoption Fees (47,125) (43,458) (47,505) (58,215) (62,000) Animal Control Citations (12,565) (9,215) (14,820) (10,711) (12,000) Spay/Neuter Fees - (2,300) (11955) (15,520) (15,240) Low Cost Spay Neuter Fee (46,994) (43,598) (22,360) (16,543) (16,500) Sr. Citizens Discount Fees - (1,390) (7,300) (5,755) (7,750) Animal-Carolina Removal (14,969) (10,122) (9,414) (7,662) (9,000) Rabies Vaccinations - (4,390) (17,930) (18,220) (19,000) Heartworm/Leukemia Tests - (1,385) (3,615) (3,060) (2,000) Animal Control Reclaims (20,363) (16,160) (16,009) (20,487) (22,000) Animal Tranquilizing Fee Animal Control-Trap Deposits (370) (230) (155) (345) (1,200) Donations-Animal Control (420) (2,167) (485) (1,465) Donations-Mobile Adoption TrIr (675) (17) - (5) Donations-Shelter Bldg Fund - (20) Donations - Spay/Neuter Clinic - - (481) Humane Society of US (4,000) Cash Over/(Short) 39 (76) 75 (20) Miscellaneous Revenue (4) (35) (1) - - Total ( ) ( ) ( ) (

3 Animal Services Expenditures Managers Recommended Original to Manager Original Department Request Manager Increase Budget Request Change Recommend (Decrease) Salaries & Wages-Regular 463, ,511 22, ,180 (12,331) Remove requested position Salaries &Wages-Parttime 25,080 25,080-25, Salaries &Wages-Overtime 25, , FICA Tax 37,936 41,049 3,113 40,105 (944) Remove requested position Employees Health Benefits 104, ,200 14, ,750 (7450) Remove requested position State Retirement & 401K 57, ,341 60,250 (1,490) Remove requested position Professional Services-Medici 88,000 77,000 (11000) 77, Advertising 1,000 1,000-1, Dues and Subscriptions Insurance & Bonds 17,193 21,647 4,454 21,445 (202) Remove requested position Laundry & Dry Cleaning 4,000 4,000-4, Main & Rep-Buildings & Groi 2,000 - (2,000) Main & Rep-Equipment 1,600 1,600-1, Main & Rep-Vehicles 5,000 5,000-5, Postage and Mailing Supplies- InHouse Spay/Neu 10,130 24,000 13,870 20,000 (4,000) Manaqer cut Supplies-Departmental-Misc 26,760 26,760-25,000 (1,760) Manaqer cut Supplies-Ammun & Evidence Supplies-Vehicle Fuel 45,000 45,000-45, Supplies-Vehicle (Other Cost 4,755 4,755-4, Supplies-Food & Provisions 9,500 9,500-5,000 (4,500) Manaqer cut Supplies-Library Materials (125) Manager cut Supplies-Janitorial 8,300 - (8,300) Supplies-Medical & Drugs 21,000 34, ,000 (9,900) Manager cut Supplies-Printed Materials 1,500 1,500-1, Telephone & Communication 22,185 25,721 3,536 25,180 (541) Remove requested position Training & Development 10,000 12,000 2,000 9,500 (2,500) Manager cut Uniforms 8,500 8, ,500 (300) Remove requested position Utilities-Electricity & Water 31,300 - (31,300) Utilities-Gas & Fuel Oil 15,000 - (15.000) Contracted Serv-Janitorial 13,470 - (13,470) Contracted Serv-Other 13,880 9,602 (4,278) 9,605 3 Rounding Cont Serv-Hardware Support Cont Serv-Software 15,360 15,360-15, Depreciable Assets - 6,300 6,300 - (6,300) Remove Gator Non-depreciable Assets 9,870 - (9,870) Non-DeprecAssets - Techno 34,200 - (34,200) Vehicles & Licensed Trailers 57,000 83,760 26,760 55,840 (27,920) Remove 1 truck , (80.260)

4 ANIMAL SERV & CONTROL EXPEND. Actual Adopted Budget FY FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY ANIMAL SERV & CONTROL EXPEND, Salaries & Wages-Regular 500, , , , , Salaries & Wages-Parttime 7,262 5,780 5,727 18,309 25, Salaries & Wages-Overtime 18,715 27,500 18,397 25,124 25, FICA Tax 39,289 37,740 36,235 36,579 37, Employees Health Benefits 125, , ,326 97, , State Retirement & 401K 50,340 49,794 55,751 57,027 57,399 Salaries & Benefits 741, , , , , Professional Services-Medical 63,360 83,599 73,419 75,641 88, Advertising , Dues and Subscriptions Insurance &Bonds 12,173 12,613 9,100 16,010 17, Laundry & Dry Cleaning 1,157 2,444 4,327 4,298 4, Main & Rep-Buildings & Grounds 8,864 6,509 2,585 5,642 2, Main & Rep-Equipment 717 1,475 2,100 2,105 1, Main & Rep-Vehicles 2,718 4,372 2,868 6,571 5, Main & Rep-Radios Postage and Mailing Rental Payments-Equipment Supplies- InHouse Spay/Neuter , Supplies-Departmental-Misc 31,881 33,988 22,898 24,218 26, Supplies-Ammun & Evidence Supplies-Vehicle Fuel 30,267 31,155 41,991 43,196 45, Supplies-Vehicle (Other Costs) 3,864 2,375 3,593 1,377 4, Supplies-Food & Provisions 1, ,715 4,677 9, Supplies-Library Materials Supplies-Janitorial 7,729 7,284 4,940 9,468 8, Supplies-Medical & Drugs 19,296 28,361 15,339 25,790 21, Supplies-Printed Materials 1,476 1,389 1, , Telephone & Communications 11,051 10,589 10,555 16,987 22, Training & Development 11,789 8,060 6,943 7,298 10, Uniforms 5,922 7,595 7,144 4,219 8, Utilities-Electricity & Water 16,802 16,669 15,490 25,061 31, Utilities-Gas & Fuel Oil 3,223 6,105 5,242 4,751 15, Contracted Serv-Janitorial 4,733 3,249-12,714 13, Contracted Serv-Other 7,685 12,100 8,211 11,229 13, Cont Serv-Software 8,640 9,600 9,600 9,600 15,360 Operating Expenses 256, , , , , Depreciable Assets 36,870 35, Deprec. Assets - Technology - - 6, Non-depreciable Assets 2, ,714 9, Non-Deprec Assets - Technology - 2,756 5,480-34, Vehicles & Licensed Trailers 23,935 18, ,000 Capital Outlay 63,701 57,083 11,762 1, ,070 Total JQUJIL

5 Animal Services FY MISSON STATEMENT To ensure public safety for the citizens of Iredell County To provide safe, humane shelter for unwanted, abandoned, stray, abused, lost and impounded animals To educate the public regarding Iredell County Ordinances and North Carolina State Laws To educate young citizens to become responsible pet $1,60Q000 $1,400,000 Budget $1,200,000 $1,000,000 $800,000 $600,000 Capital Outlay Operating Expenses Salaries & Benefits S $200,000 $ $400,000 Revenues Anticipated Needs FY New full-time personnel-admin Support to cover key area with increased traffic in adoptions and incoming animals. We must have personnel to cover areas for personnel out due to lunch, sick, vacation, and education days to effectively cover all areas. Amount $23, Replacement of three(3) remaining A/C trucks with anticipated mileage over 250K Amount $77, Gator with dump bed. To be used to haul feed/traps from building to barn and pasture Amount $6,300 of Anticipated Needs (3-5 years) 1. 2-Animal Control Officers Cost $60,000 1st Officer: Replace A/C open position not funded. Call volume for different areas of the county has increased and we also know the Mooresville population has and will increase(see chart) We will

6 law need to plan to fill the unfilled/unfunded position in the budget. There is a great need to re-fill the current position for not only increased calls in areas, but there is a shortage in the field while officers are in court, have days of vacation and sick days., all this which causes hardship on personnel. 2nd AC Officer: With increasing on call nights and holiday after hours and holiday calls we anticipate a great need for a 3d shift officer in the near future. 2. Full-time veterinarian Cost $60,000 As the animals increase in neglect and abuse cases and the adoption rates rise we will need a fulltime vet for these animals. The rise in adoptions has also increased the services for the spay/neuter clinic. The clinic is also saving money for the spay/neuter of all shelter animals. 3. Continue to replace aged out/high mileage vehicles- Cost 75,000 Anticipated Challenges (FY2014) 1. Animal Control Areas(see graph)-as the population of the county increases and the calls rises, it will be a challenge to continue to cover all areas of the county effectively while officers are tied up in court, sick and/or vacation days. Also, with the citizens from other states that are becoming residents of Iredell County, it tends to take longer on calls, due to the citizens not being familiar with lredell County Ordinances. The circumstances above does cause a strain on current officers and it will be a challenge to keep all areas of the counties successfully covered. 2. Adoptions(see graph)at the rate of adoptions, the challenge is to keep enough animals in adoption pens for viewing, while looking for an animal to adopt. It is a strain on staff to keep dogs/cats available for adoption due to the increase of adoptions. As adoptions increase, so has the workload of the entire staff and veterinarian. 3. Rabies Control- Rabies is always a great concern for humans and animals. Staff will consistently face challenges concerning rabies education and prevention. Our challenge is to keep our citizens and their pets safe by lowering the amount of animals not vaccinated. 1. Increase Adoptions Goals Actions: We will continue to work in increase adoptions from the shelter through consistent usage of the county website, the in house Chameleon computer program, Social Media and off-site adoption events. We will also continue to work closely with animal rescue organizations, to improve our goals. Our goal is to increase adoptions by 10% Measurements: We will monitor and report through the chameleon computer system. We will compare the preset goal percentage increase to last year's total. Progress: We are tracking these adoptions monthly, and are obtaining the goal Completion Date: June 2014 Community Outreach

7 Action(s): In lieu of the recent rabies outbreak, we will offer low cost vaccination clinics throughout the county/ allowing for easier accessibility of the vaccine to the citizens of Iredell County. We will work with veterinarians to offer microchip clinics to improve animal return. As an organization, we will aggressively offer education in the school system, and offer information on various animal related topics via social media Measurement(s): We will monitor and report through the chameleon computer system. We will count outreach at schools and other various avenues throughout the year. This will not have a comparison for the 2014 year, as this will be the first year in offering these services Progress: We do not have a measurement as this will be new for the 2014 year. Completion Date: June Install mobile laptops in the trucks to increase productivity and safety Action(s): : New usage of computer systems in the animal control trucks will help to increase response time, increase return to owners in the field and decreasing intake at the shelter. It will also make history of persons readily available to the officers. This may increase potential for correct citations immediately and in turn, increasing revenue. This will decrease the amount of time spent in the office completing calls, as this can be completed in the field when leaving a call. This will increase productivity in the field and save on fuel. Measurement(s): We will monitor and report through the chameleon computer system. As of February 21, 2013 we have not been able to measure these outcomes as Animal Services has not received laptops for the animal control officers. Progress:... No progress has been made. The laptops were ordered 2/13 but have not been received to date. Completion Date: June 2014 See graphs below. 3

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9 AC OFFICER CALLS WITHIN COUNTY Percent Increase % 80% 79% 59% 64% 53% 4/ od ~ S S 49 S 5

10 'II)6I)3 IREDELL COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES & CONTROL DEPARTMENT PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR I ORG Original Revised Department % EXPENDITURES Budget Budget Request Inc Inc (Dec) (Dec) Reasons for Increase/Decrease Salaries & Wages - Reg Proposed Admin Support Asst. 16 full-time employees $463,785 $469,012 $ 486,511 $ 22, % employee $22, Salaries & Wages - Part-time 3-Part-time Employees- (1) kennel attendant -PT Assist.-PT $25,080 $25,080 $25,080 $ - 0.0% Hold position AC Officer- Unfilled/unfunded Salaries & Wages - Overtime $25,000 $25,000 25,000 $ - 0.0% Salaries-Annual Adjustments $0 $0 0 $ FICA $37,936 $38,327 $41,049 $ 3, % 16 employees 7.6% of total salaries Group Health Insurance $104,962 $104,962 $119,200 $ 14, % $7,450 State Retirement & 401(K) $57,399 $57,861 $61,740 $ 4, % 7.07 Professional Services Medical $88000 $104,535 $77,000 $ (11,000) -12.5% Health care for dogs that will be decrease-moved to in-house 2,000 spay/neuter Health care for cats that will be decrease due to in-house adopted 1,000 spay/neuter Veterinarian services 4,000 livestock services veterinarian expenses for Veterinarian services for In- Spay/neuter; increase by $2,000 house Spay/Neuter of dogs and due to surgery 2x per wk, due to cats $6,000 increase in adoptions- Medical care for animals seized as evidence 10,000 Public owned dogs sent to spay/neuter clinic (self-funding) 78x70$5450; Low Cost 361x$70=$25270; Senior Discount 22x70 $ ,000 Public owned cats sent to spay/neuter clinic (self-funding) $50 each 25,000 Advertising $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $ - 0.0% Advertise rabies clinics & adoption fairs $500 Livestock listing $500 state requirement Dues & Subscriptions $120 $120 $120 $ - 0.0% Shelter Sense $20 4/15/2013 (1

11 IREDELL COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES & CONTROL DEPARTMENT PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR IIIY I ORG I EXPENDITURES Original Budget Revised Budget Department Request Inc % Inc NCARCA membership agency membership fee $ (Dec) (Dec) Reasons for Increase/Decrease Insurance & Bonds $17,193 $17,193 $21,647 $ 4, % x 16 employees Professional liability $4,800 $300 Blanket band $32 $2.00 General liability $1,040 $65 Auto insurance $3,325 $175 per vehicle Workers compensation $12,450 12, Laundry & Dry Cleaning Dry cleaning $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $ - 0.0% Maintenance & Repairs - Bldg. & Grounds $2,000 $2,000 $0 $ (2,000) % Misc. unexpected repairs Maintenance & Repairs - 01 Equipment $1,600 $1,790 $1,600 $ - 0.0% Repair computer equipment $600 Mis. unexpected repair $1,000 ( Maintenance & Repairs -.02 Vehicles $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $ - 0.0% Tune-ups and unexpected repairs $5, Postage $560 $560 $560 $ - 0.0% moved from Professional Services Supplies-In House Spay/Neuter $ 10,130 $11,938 $24,0001 $13,870 due to in house spay/neuter of 136.9% shelter animals Medical supplies, oxygen, drugs Supplies - Departmental Misc. $26,760 $22,760 $26,760 $ - 0.0% Spayers for solutions Rabies tags & rivets Required Office supplies Traps-replacement Increase-traps price increase I.D. bands Required Control sticks, cables, heads- replacment Cat grasper-replacement Replacement Snake tongs-replacement Replacement Tie straps 1 box Batteries Shot sticks Litter pans-replacement Replacement Pressure water nozzles Replacement water hoses Misc. supplies 4/15/2013

12 IREDELL COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES & CONTROL DEPARTMENT PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR I ORG Original Revised Department % EXPENDITURES Budget Budget Request Inc Inc Educational material Printer cartridges Office Professional Misc. additional software Exchange Standard Cal Windows Server Cal Livestock supplies Safety gloves Replacement Sprint phones Safety gear Replacement beds for kennels Equipment replacements (Dec) (Dec) Reasons for Increase/Decrease satety items State mandatory requirements Supplies - Ammunition & 02 Evidence Ammunition $500 $500 $500 $500 $ - 0.0% 04 Supplies - Vehicle Fuel $45,000 $45,000 $45,000 $ - 0.0% Vehicle fuel $45,000 Supplies - Vehicle - Other 05 Costs $4,755 $4,755 $4,755 $ - 0.0% Oil $355 Tires $4, Supplies - Food & Provisions $9,500 $8,000 $9,500 $ - 0.0% Dog food $4,000 Dry cat food $900 Hay $600 Livestock feed $1,000 Cat Lifter $3, Supplies - Library Materials $625 $625 $625 $ % Criminal Law & Procedure book $65 NC Animal Control law books $ Supplies - Janitorial $8,300 $8,300 $0 $ (8,300) % _1L 16 Supplies - Medical & Drugs $21,000 $21,000 $34,900 $ 13, % Increase in adoptions Euthanasia solution $5,000 decrease in euthanasia Sedative drug for euthanasia $2,000 increase in incoming/adoptable Rabies Vaccinations $3,500 animals Heartworm tests for adoptable dogs $3,300 increase in adoptions Felv/FIV tests for adoptable $2,500 increase in adoptions from Syringes $500 Tranquilizing drugs: Ketaset and $1,200 Capstar for adoptable animal $2,500 increase in adoptions Titer test for employees $300 Pre-exposure rabies vaccines $900 Refill first aid kits $200 4/15/2013

13 IREDELL COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES & CONTROL DEPARTMENT PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR I ORG I Original - Revised Department % EXPENDITURES Budget Budget Request Inc Inc (Dec) (Dec) Reasons for Increase/Decrease increased in adoptable animals - Microchips $12,000 moved from supplies Decrease Required-moved from Carbon monoxide $1,000 supplies 18 Supplies - Printed Materials $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 $ - 0.0% Tickets/Citations $300 Pamphlets $300 Rabies certificate books $100 Door hangers $300 Bite forms for Rabies/Health forms $500 Required Per Health Director Telephone $22,185 $22,185 $25,721 $ 3, % Telephone Lines $1,800 $105 per month Long distance $180 Sprint $6,800 increase $500 2 pagers $600 Voice Mail $385 $10 per month 1440 mo plus Increase-Add 7 Fire alarm phone line $4,880 mobile computers $ mo. 1-line computer line $9,900 Air Card $38.01 mo. $456 AC tracking for mobile line x 6 phonesxl2 mo $720 for mobile computing Training & Development $10,000 $12,028 $12,000 $ 2, % N.C. Rabies/Animal Control Conference Euthanasia certification Animal Cruelty workshop Large Animal Rescue Firearms training Meals Lodging NACA 1& Il-i Officer Certified Rabies Vaccinators state requirements state requirements state requirements National Certification Uniforms $8,500 $11,095 $8,800 $ % increase new employee Replacement uniforms $8,800 boots,raingear,coats etc. Increase due to city utilities Utilities- Electricity & Water & Sewer $31,300 $31,300 $31,300 $0 $ (31,300) % estimate Utilities - Gas & Fuel Oil $15,000 $7,500 $0 $ (15,000) % Decrease due to usage Contracted Services Janitorial $13,470 $13,470 $0 $ (13,470) % Cleaning office $13,468 Al Contracted Services -Other $13,880 $13,880 $9,602 $ (4,278) -30.8% Xerox copier $10 mo. x 12 1 $1201 4/15/

14 IREDELL COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES & CONTROL DEPARTMENT PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR ORG Original Revised Department % EXPENDITURES Budget Budget Request Inc Inc (Dec) (Dec) Reasons for Increase/Decrease plus meter usage $200x4 Service agreement for security $800 $410 per quarter $1,640 Courier Service $2,500 Cow Catching Contract $1000 Inspection and for gas Chamber $2,000 mandatory state requirement Airgas Rental $20 mo x 12 chamber Credit card machine $85 mo $1,020 approx fees for CC machine DOC-2 Prisoners $522 Contracted Services Software $15,360 $15,360 $15,360 $ - 0.0% Chameleon $960 per 13 workstations and 1 server $15,360 Buildings & Building Improvements $0 $0 $0 $ Depreciable Assets $0 $0 $6,300 $ 6, % vehicle to feed and haul supplies Gator with dump bed $6,300 from building to barn/pasture Non-Depreciable Assets $9,870 $11,062 $0 $ (9,870) % _ F_ Non-Depreciable-Technology $ 34,200 $34,200 $0 $ (34,200) % Vehicles $57,000 $67,411 $83,760 $ 26, % Replace trucks #801,#812,#813- Replacement trucks without bed use esisting truck boxes-trucks x 3 $77,760 over 250K miles Total 1 1 $1,192,470 $1,220,309 $1,178,590 -$13, % Computer purchases $34,200 Building expenses $62,570 Insurance building $2,850 Dumpsters $1,920 Pest control $480 Security system $1,640 Lentz septic $2,400 Original budget $1,086,410 $1,178,590 $92, % 4/15/2013 /0

15 Organization Chart of Animal Services and Control County Manager Assistant County Manager Animal Ser1ices Manager Animal Control Officer (Animal Control Supervisor) 5-Animal Control Officers 1-AC Officer/Dispatch 1-(Present- Lead Worker-Vet Tech) 1-Office Support Administrator 1-Office Support Assistant 1 *(FT)Office Support Asst.*Posposed) 2 PT-Office Support Asst.(weekend) 3-Animl Shelter Assistant 1-PT Adimal Shelter Assistant (weekends/holidays) t 16 FT employees 3 Part-time tk

16 Request for New Personnel Reviewed by FY Sandra Gregory Department Animal Services Number of current budgeted positions 18 Number of positions requested in budget 19 Annual Effective $ Included Grade Salary Date in Budget 1) Administrative Support Assistant 59 23,773 7/1/ ,153 2) 3) Rec. and Appvd columns for use by Personnel. Please leave blank. Rec. Appvd. Justification for each new position: (Attach additional information if necessary) 1)Administrative Support Assistant We must have personnel to cover areas for personnel out due to lunch, sick, vacation, and education days to effectively cover all areas. We also have an increase in activities at the shelter (Adoptions 38% increase, 4% total intake of animals increase, and 13.9% rabies vaccination increase) causeing hardship on office personnel. 2) 3)

17 Proposed New Employee Worksheet Dept: Animal Services Data can be entered in highlighted cells Position Title: Administrative Support Assistant Salary Grade 59 Projected Hire Date: July 1, 2013 Annual Salary $23,773 Salary $ 23,773 FICA $ 1,819 Retirement $ 2,869 Group Health Insurance $ 7,450 (7.65% of Salary) 401 (K) = 5% % (Law Enf) or 7.07% Reg Emp Law Enf? Other Insurance Professional Liability $ 200 General Liability $ - Blanket Bond $ 2 Auto (if applicable) $ - EMT Malpractice $ - Dues & Subscriptions $ - Main & Repairs-Vehicles $ - (if applicable) (if applicable) Supplies-Departmental $ 200 (desktop, equipment cost less than $1000) Description; G!ock Pistol, Shotgun, Car radio, Siren Box, Shotfun Rack, Anti-kick Bars, Push Bar, Genera! Equipment Uniforms $ 300 Supplies-Fuel & Other $ - Telephone $ 540 Travel $ - (if applicable) (if applicable land line, cell, Nexiel) (use of personal vehicle) Training & Development $ - Depreciable Assets $ - Non-Depreciable Assets $ - Vehicles & Licensed Trailers $ - $ Office Space Renovation/Modification $ - 11

18 All Other $ Total $ 37,153 Proposed New Employee Worksheet Page Description Depreciable Assets Cost - $5, list each item separately in column A and insert amount in column c. Total will automatically carry to page 1. $ Non-Depreciable Assets - $1000-$4,999 - list each item separately in column A and - insert amount in column C. Total will automatically carry to - page 1. $ Vehicles and Licensed Trailers List each item separately in column A and insert amount in column C. Total will automatically carry to page 1. $ Modifications or Renovations to Office Space Labor Materials Other Full description of modification/renovation: $ Modifications/Renovations needed to provide office space for a new employee will not be funded if the modification/renovation expense is not included in the original Personnel Worksheet Request. All Other List each item separately in column A and insert amount in column c. Total will automatically carry to page 1. 14

19 Purchase price of $5,000 or more Account # Depreciable Assets Department: Animal Services Cost must meet or exceed $5,000. Equipment must have a life of more than 1 year. 1) Gator- atv 63OO Justification: Gator with a dump bed is needed to haul supplies up and down hill from building to barn area and out into pasture (used gators are approximately $5000) Justification: Justification: Justification: Jusfification: 15

20 Account # Vehicles & Licensed Trailers Department: Animal Services and Control 1) Truck #803-F-150 $27,920 Justification: Replacement of truck #803 due to excessive mileage of 159,220. Could have major repair at anytime due to high mileage Vehicle Services comments: I agree with Animal Control of the replacement of this vehicle. 2) Truck # 805 Chev $27,920 Justification: Replacement of truck #805 due to excessive mileage of 206,550. Could have major repair at anytime due to high mileage Vehicle Services Comments: I agree with Animal Control of the replacement of this vehicle. 3) Truck #811 F-150 $27,920 Justification: Replacement of truck #811 due to excessive mileage of 214,590. Could have major repair at anytime due to high mileage Vehicle Services Comments: I agree with Animal Control of the replacement of this vehicle. 4) $ Justification: i iiiiw Vehicle Services Comments: l(p

21 VEHICLE REPLACEMENT REQUEST DEPARTMENT: Animal Services and Control Description of Vehicle to be Replaced: Vehicle No. 803 Make/Model: 2003 F-150 Mileage at time of request: 160,000 Estimated Mileage at time of replacement: 180,000 Repair history for previous 12 months: Regular Service, NCSI Anticipated major repairs in next 12 months: At this high mileage a major repair could occur at any time Should the vehicle be replaced during ? X yes no Will the vehicle be usable for any other purpose (department)? If so, please describe: NO What type/size vehicle do you recommend for the replacement? Extended cab 3/4 Ton pickup Signed: John Williams 2/08/13 Vehicle Services Supervisor lid

22 Ll VEHICLE REPLACEMENT REQUEST DEPARTMENT: Animal Services & Control Description of Vehicle to be Replaced: Vehicle No. 805 Make/Model: 2006 Chevolet Mileage at time of request: 203,000 Estimated Mileage at time of replacement: 235,000 Repair history for previous 12 months: Regular Service, replace front disc pads, wiper blades, headlight bulb, service transmission, repair rear lights, OBDII Anticipated major repairs in next 12 months: At this high mileage a major repair could occur at any time Should the vehicle be replaced during ? X - yes no Will the vehicle be usable for any other purpose (department)? If so, please describe: Possibly Solid Waste Facility What type/size vehicle do you recommend for the replacement? Extended 314 Ton pickup Signed: John Williams 02/08/13 Vehicle Services Supervisor

23 VEHICLE REPLACEMENT REQUEST DEPARTMENT: Animal Services and Control Description of Vehicle to be Replaced: Vehicle No. 811 Make/Model: 2006 F Mileage at time of request: 211,000 Estimated Mileage at time of replacement: 241,000 Repair history for previous 12 months: Regular Service, replace ft and rear disc pads, repair rear lights, replace fuel filter, overhaul transmission, OBDII Anticipated major repairs in next 12 months: At this high mileage a major repair could occur at any time. Should the vehicle be replaced during ? X yes no Will the vehicle be usable for any other purpose (department)? If so, please describe: Possibly the Solid Waste What typelsize vehicle do you recommend for the replacement? Extended cab 3/4 ton pickup truck Signed: John Williams 2/08/13 Vehicle Services Supervisor

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