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File #: 23-346    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 7/7/2023 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 8/2/2023 Final action:
Title: Fiscal Year 2023 Appropriations
Attachments: 1. Att.A - Appropriation Descriptions, 2. Att.B - Appropriation Resolution
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AGENDA DATE:  8/2/2023




Fiscal Year 2023 Appropriations



SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST:   Resolution to approve appropriations for County government projects and programs.


ITEM TYPE:  Consent Action Item


STAFF CONTACT(S):  Richardson, Rosenberg, Sumner, Bowman, Davidson, Unsworth, Mitchell






REVIEWED BY: Jeffrey B. Richardson


BACKGROUND:  Virginia Code §15.2-2507 provides that any locality may amend its budget to adjust the aggregate amount to be appropriated during the fiscal year as shown in the currently adopted budget; provided, however, any such amendment which exceeds one percent of the total expenditures shown in the currently adopted budget must be accomplished by first publishing a notice of a meeting and holding a public hearing before amending the budget. The Code section applies to all County funds, i.e., General Fund, Capital Funds, E911, School Self-Sustaining, etc.   


STRATEGIC PLAN: Mission - To enhance the well-being and quality of life for all community members through the provision of the highest level of public service consistent with the prudent use of public funds.


DISCUSSION:  The total change to the Fiscal Year 2023 (FY 23) budget due to the appropriations itemized in Attachment A is $486,347. A budget amendment public hearing is not required because the amount of the cumulative appropriations does not exceed one percent of the currently adopted budget.




Staff recommends that the Board adopt the attached resolution (Attachment B) to approve the appropriations for County government projects and programs described in Attachment A.


A - Appropriation Descriptions
B - Appropriation Resolution