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COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY

County Council Agenda County Council of Beaufort County Monday, June 22, 2020 at 6:00 PM

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CALL TO ORDER

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION - Council Member Rodman

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Tagged Interests: council

3.
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF THIS MEETING HAS BEEN PUBLISHED, POSTED, AND DISTRIBUTED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE SOUTH CAROLINA FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

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Tagged Interests: compliance and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

4.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES May 26, 2020 CITIZEN COMMENTS

6.
CITIZEN COMMENT (Every member of the public who is recognized to speak shall limit comments to three minutes Citizens may email sbrock@bcgov.net, or comment on our Facebook Live stream to participate in Citizen Comment)

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Tagged Interests: recognition and social media law

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LIAISON AND COMMITTEE REPORTS

CONSENT AGENDA

8.
CONSENT AGENDA (SEE PAGE 3)

PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ACTION ITEMS

Tagged Interests: hearing

9.
FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE II SECTION 2-28 REGARDING COUNCIL SALARY AND COMPENSATION

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Tagged Interests: compensation, ordinance, and council

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FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A ROAD USE FEE

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Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, and streets

11.
APPROVAL OF AN INDUCEMENT RESOLUTION REGARDING PROJECT BLUEBERRY

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PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING BEAUFORT COUNTY S FY 2021 OPERATING BUDGET

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, budget, and hearing

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PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS FY 2021 OPERATING BUDGET

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, budget, hearing, and education

County Council of

Beaufort County

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County Council Meeting

Chairman

Joseph F. Passiment, JR.

Vice Chairman

D.
Paul Sommerville

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Michael E. Covert

Gerald Dawson

Brian E. Flewelling

York Glover, SR. Chris Hervochon

Alice G. Howard

Mark Lawson

Lawrence P. McElynn

Stu Rodman County Administrator

Tagged Interests: administrator

Ashley M. Jacobs

Clerk to Council

Tagged Interests: council

Sarah W. Brock

Administration Building Robert Smalls Complex

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder

100 Ribaut Road

Contact Post Office Drawer 1228 Beaufort, South Carolina 29901-1228 (843) 255-2180 www.beaufortcountysc.gov

Tagged Interests: road and streets

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RECOMMENDATION FOR FY 2021 CONTRACT RENEWALS FOR ITEMS 4-9 AS APPROVED BY COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE ON JUNE 1, 2020

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Tagged Interests: contract and services

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CONTRACT RENEWAL REQUEST FOR FY2021 WITH HILTON HEAD HUMANE ASSOCIATION FOR VETERINARY SERVICES FOR BEAUFORT COUNTY S ANIMAL SERVICES

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Tagged Interests: contract, hotel, services, and animal control

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RECOMMENDATION FOR FY 2021 CONTRACT RENEWALS RESULTING FROM THE JUNE 15, 2020 PUBLIC FACILITIES MEETING

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Tagged Interests: contract

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RECOMMENDATION FOR FY 2021 CONTRACT RENEWALS FOR MUNIS AND PRINTING AND MAILING SERVICES FOR THE TREASURER S OFFICE AS APPROVED BY THE FINANCE COMMITTEE ON JUNE 15, 2020

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Tagged Interests: finance, contract, services, Treasurer, TREASURER, and Financial Software

18.
REQUEST TO RENEW A CONTRACT WITH OWL, INC. FOR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR THE BEAUFORT COUNTY DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS DEPARTMENT

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, contract, transportation, and services

19.
APPROVAL OF WILLIAM GRANER TO SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING

CITIZEN COMMENTS

Tagged Interests: utility, solid waste, Utility, and recycling

20.
CITIZEN COMMENT (Every member of the public who is recognized to speak shall limit comments to three minutes Citizens may email sbrock@bcgov.net, or comment on our Facebook Live stream to participate in Citizen Comment)

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Tagged Interests: recognition and social media law

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ADJOURNMENT

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CONSENT AGENDA

1.
SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A NONEXCLUSIVE PARKING EASEMENT AGREEMENT WITH CSD MYRTLE PARK, LLC (public hearing at third reading)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, hearing, easement, and parking

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THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A FOUR-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH MORRISON FORESTRY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN AND ACTIVITY SCHEDULE ON SELECTED PASSIVE PARK PROPERTIES

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, contract, parks, Forestry, and administrator

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THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE REGARDING A TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CODE (CDC): ARTICLE 1, SECTION 1.3.50 APPLICABILITY AND JURISDICTION EXEMPTIONS TO ADDRESS COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE USES

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, development, Development, and community development

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THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING, PURSUANT TO TITLE 12, CHAPTER 44 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976, AS AMENDED, THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FEE-IN-LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AND TRASK EAST SOLAR, LLC TO PROVIDE FOR FEE-IN-LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES INCENTIVES AND CERTAIN SPECIAL SOURCE REVENUE CREDITS; AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, taxes, Taxes, Fee-in-lieu, ad valorem, and incentive

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

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County Council Caucus Minutes Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 5:00 PM

VIRTUAL MEETING PRESENT Chairman Joseph F. Passiment Vice Chairman D. Paul Sommerville Council Member Michael Covert Council Member York Glover Council Member Chris Hervochon Council Member Stu Rodman Council Member Alice Howard Council Member Lawrence McElynn Council Member Gerald Dawson Council Member Brian Flewelling Council Member Mark Lawson
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CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Passiment called the meeting to order at 5:00PM

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION

Council Member Howard led the Pledge of Allegiance.

ADMINISTRATORS REPORT Administrator Jacobs discussed broadband recommendations from the resources subcommittee of Accelerate SC. She then spoke regarding the June 9th Primary and stated for those who are concerned about safety you can vote absentee by mail and witness signature is no longer required. Also, at the polls mask, gloves and sanitizers will be available.

Tagged Interests: council, election, administrator, and Internet Access

Currently state of emergency is expected to last for the next 6 months due to the current crisis situation starting with the pandemic, second crisis is adjusting to this new environment of the pandemic, third crisis is that we are facing a significant loss of revenue and anticipate the need for a budget amendment come January, and finally hurricane season is upon us.

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Tagged Interests: budget, emergency, Conservation, and environment

EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS

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IN ACCORDANCE WITH SC CODE SECTION 30-4-70(A) (2) AN EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEM TITLED UPDATE DISCUSSION OF EFFORTS TO RELOCATE ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH

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Tagged Interests: church

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PURSUANT TO SC CODE SECTION 30-4-70(2) AN EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEM TITLE THE RECEIPT OF LEGAL ADVICE WHERE THE LEGAL ADVICE RELATES TO A PENDING CLAIM, OR OTHER MATTERS COVERED BY THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE, SETTLEMENT OF LEGAL CLAIMS, OR THE

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Tagged Interests: legal and settlement

County Council of

Beaufort County

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County Council Caucus Meeting

Chairman

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Joseph F. Passiment, JR.

Vice Chairman

D.
Paul Sommerville

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Michael E. Covert

Gerald Dawson

Brian E. Flewelling

York Glover, SR. Chris Hervochon

Alice G. Howard

Mark Lawson

Lawrence P. McElynn

Stu Rodman County Administrator

Tagged Interests: administrator

Ashley M. Jacobs

Clerk to Council

Tagged Interests: council

Sarah W. Brock

Administration Building Robert Smalls Complex

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder

100 Ribaut Road

Contact Post Office Drawer 1228 Beaufort, South Carolina 29901-1228 (843) 255-2180 www.beaufortcountysc.gov

Tagged Interests: road and streets

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Item 5.

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POSITION OF THE COUNTY IN AN ADVERSARY SITUATION INVOLVING THE ASSERTION AGAINST THE COUNTY OF A CLAIM

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IN ACCORDANCE WITH S.C. CODE SECTION 30-4-70(2) AN EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEM TITLED RECEIPT OF LEGAL ADVICE REGARDING DELINQUENT STORMWATER FEES

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Tagged Interests: impact fee, legal, and stormwater

Motion: Motion made by Council Member Rodman, Second by Vice Chair Sommerville to go into executive session to discuss the he above items.

The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the agenda as amended was approved. The Meeting Adjourned and Council Regular Session Started. Ratified on:

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Item 5.

County Council Agenda County Council of Beaufort County Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 6:00 PM

CALL TO ORDER Chairman Passiment called the meeting to order at 6:00PM and proceeded to do a roll call vote of the names below. PRESENT Chairman Joseph F. Passiment Vice Chairman D. Paul Sommerville Council Member Michael Covert Council Member York Glover Council Member Chris Hervochon Council Member Stu Rodman Council Member Alice Howard Council Member Mark Lawson Council Member Lawrence McElynn Council Member Gerald Dawson Council Member Brian Flewelling

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APPROVAL OF MINUTES Motion: Motion made by Council Member Flewelling, Seconded by Council Member Howard approve the minutes from April 11, 2020 and April 27, 2020.

County Council of Beaufort County
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County Council Meeting

Chairman Joseph F. Passiment, JR. Vice Chairman

D.
Paul Sommerville

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Brian E. Flewelling York Glover, SR. Chris Hervochon Alice G. Howard Mark Lawson

Lawrence P. McElynn Stu Rodman County Administrator

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Ashley M. Jacobs

Clerk to Council Sarah W. Brock Administration Building Robert Smalls Complex 100 Ribaut Road Contact Post Office Drawer 1228 Beaufort, South Carolina 29901 1228 (843) 255 2180 www.beaufortcountysc.gov

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, council, and streets

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Item 5.

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The Chairman then stated without objection this matter is approved. There were no objections therefore the minutes stated above were approved. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA The Chairman stated item number 17 does not need a chronology sequence at the bottom since it is a resolution and stated it would be approved and the Clerk would remove the chronology upon executing the document. Motion: Motion made by Council Member Flewelling, Seconded by Council Member Howard to approve the agenda as listed noting the change as discussed by the Chairman. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the agenda as amended was approved. CITIZEN COMMENTS

Catherine Patterson, Beaufort County Resident, inquired as to when Beaufort tennis courts would be open and questioned what type of plan was going to be put in place to ensure players could participate safely. Ellena sent an email in stating it be mandatory for all doctor's to require patients to wear masks/face coverings in their waiting rooms. Quinn Peitz, Beaufort County Resident, wrote I know you can only comment on agenda items, however do you anticipate School Board taxes going up AGAIN this year? We pay the 6 property tax rate and our taxes have significantly been raised since 2016 from mill levy increases, new school board accounting procedures and reassessments. When will it stop? We do not rent our property. William Smith, Beaufort County School Board Member, wrote in on Facebook asking why did Council change the charge and not want to meet with the whole school board? Douglas H. (Bud) Boyne, Jr., Beaufort County Retiree, emailed stating today, you will receive a petition from a number of former county employees/retirees. As a county retiree, with 43 years of service, I fully support the intended goal of this petition. It would behoove Council to consider and in an equitable manner address the concerns stated therein.

COMMITTEE REPORTS
Tagged Interests: council, legal, boards and commissions, retirement, taxes, Taxes, procedure, property, education, social media law, NewSchools, property tax, and court

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Item 5.

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PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ACTION ITEMS

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FIRST READING BY TITLE ONLY OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING BEAUFORT COUNTY S FY 2021 OPERATING BUDGET Council Member Hervochon discussed some changes that needed to be made to the 2021 Operating Budget proposing items to remove. See chart below.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, and budget

Motion: Motion made by Council Member Flewelling, Seconded by Council Member Hervochon to include the changes discussed by Council Member Hervochon regarding the 2021 FY Budget totaling 129,640,219.65, a difference of 700,000. Voting Yea: Chairman Passiment, Vice Chairman Sommerville, Council Member Covert, Council Member Glover, Council Member Hervochon, Council Member Rodman, Council Member Howard, Council Member Lawson, Council Member McElynn, Council Member Dawson, Council Member Flewelling.

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Tagged Interests: council, budget, and voting

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FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS FY 2021 OPERATING BUDGET Tonya Crosby, Chief Financial Officer for the Beaufort County School District, spoke in detail regarding the school districts 2021 Budget request and emphasized what the district planned on spending due to COVID 19 . Motion: Motion made by Council Member Flewelling, Seconded by Council Member Rodman to approve the school board budget as presented today. Voting Yea: Chairman Passiment, Vice Chairman Sommerville, Council Member Covert, Council Member Glover, Council Member Hervochon, Council Member Rodman, Council Member Howard,

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, finance, council, boards and commissions, budget, voting, and education

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Item 5.

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FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A FOUR YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH MORRISON FORESTRY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN AND ACTIVITY SCHEDULE ON SELECTED PASSIVE PARK PROPERTIES Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER TO APPROVE FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE A FOUR YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH MORRISON FORESTRY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN AND ACTIVITY SCHEDULE ON SELECTED PASSIVE PARK PROPERTIES.

The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, contract, parks, Forestry, and administrator

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FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE REGARDING A TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CODE (CDC): ARTICLE 1, SECTION 1.3.50 APPLICABILITY AND JURISDICTION EXEMPTIONS TO ADDRESS COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE USES Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD, SECONDED BY VICE CHAIRMAN SOMMERVILLE TO APPROVE FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE REGARDING A TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CODE (CDC): ARTICLE 1, SECTION 1.3.50 APPLICABILITY AND JURISDICTION EXEMPTIONS TO ADDRESS COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE USES. VOTING YEA: CHAIRMAN PASSIMENT, VICE CHAIRMAN SOMMERVILLE, COUNCIL MEMBER COVERT, COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER, COUNCIL MEMBER RODMAN, COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD, COUNCIL MEMBER LAWSON, COUNCIL MEMBER MCELYNN, COUNCIL MEMBER DAWSON, COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING. VOTING NAY: COUNCIL MEMBER HERVOCHON. MOTION PASSES 10:1.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, voting, development, Development, and community development

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FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING, PURSUANT TO TITLE 12, CHAPTER 44 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976, AS AMENDED, THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FEE IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AND TRASK EAST SOLAR, LLC TO PROVIDE FOR FEE IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES INCENTIVES AND CERTAIN SPECIAL SOURCE REVENUE CREDITS; AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER DAWSON, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING TO APPROVE FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING, PURSUANT TO TITLE 12, CHAPTER 44 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1976, AS AMENDED, THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FEE IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AND TRASK EAST SOLAR, LLC TO PROVIDE FOR FEE IN LIEU OF AD VALOREM TAXES INCENTIVES AND CERTAIN SPECIAL SOURCE REVENUE CREDITS; AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, taxes, Taxes, Fee-in-lieu, ad valorem, and incentive

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PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE 2019/32, FY 2019 2020 BEAUFORT COUNTY BUDGET, TO APPROPRIATE 695,000.00 FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO SETTLE LITIGATION CAPTIONED 2019 CP 07 01642. Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER COVERT, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE 2019/32, FY 2019 2020 BEAUFORT COUNTY BUDGET, TO APPROPRIATE 695,000.00 FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO SETTLE LITIGATION CAPTIONED 2019 CP 07 01642.

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Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, council, legal, budget, and hearing

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Item 5.

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The Chairman opened the floor for Public Hearing. There were no comments therefore the Chairman closed Public Hearing. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

Tagged Interests: hearing

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PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH AN ENTERPRISE FUND FOR SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING FOR THE PURPOSE OF PLANNING, DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, FUNDING AND MAINTAINING SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING PROGRAMS, PROJECTS, FACILITIES AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. Discussion: Mr. Inglese stated the record needed to reflect a text change putting the effective date of this ordinance would be later time after a study had been completed. Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER RODMAN PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH AN ENTERPRISE FUND FOR SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING FOR THE PURPOSE OF PLANNING, DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTING, FUNDING AND MAINTAINING SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING PROGRAMS, PROJECTS, FACILITIES AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. The Chairman opened the floor for Public Hearing. There were no comments therefore the Chairman closed Public Hearing. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: planning, funding, ordinance, council, utility, solid waste, Utility, program, recycling, and hearing

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PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO LEASE AGREEMENTS WITH THE CURRENT TENANTS OCCUPYING PROPERTY ACQUIRED DUE TO THE EXPANSION PROJECT AT THE HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER RODMAN, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO LEASE AGREEMENTS WITH THE CURRENT TENANTS OCCUPYING PROPERTY ACQUIRED DUE TO THE EXPANSION PROJECT AT THE HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT. The Chairman opened the floor for Public Hearing. There were no comments therefore the Chairman closed Public Hearing. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, leasing, expansion, airport, hotel, rental, property, hearing, and administrator

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PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF A STORMWATER ORDINANCE THAT WOULD INCLUDE THE EXEMPTION OF PRIVATE ROADWAYS THAT ARE NOT SHOWN AS A SEPARATE PARCEL OF LAND BUT ARE USED BY MORE THAN ONE PROPERTY OWNER TO ACCESS THEIR PROPERTY AND UPDATE THE ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE CLARIFICATION AND REFLECT ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER PUBLIC HEARING AND THIRD READING OF A STORMWATER ORDINANCE THAT WOULD INCLUDE THE EXEMPTION OF PRIVATE ROADWAYS THAT ARE NOT SHOWN AS A SEPARATE PARCEL OF LAND BUT ARE USED BY MORE THAN ONE PROPERTY OWNER TO ACCESS THEIR PROPERTY AND UPDATE THE ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE CLARIFICATION AND REFLECT ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, property, hearing, and stormwater

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The Chairman opened the floor for Public Hearing. There were no comments therefore the Chairman closed Public Hearing. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

Tagged Interests: hearing

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APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE AN MOU WITH MAY RIVER APARTMENTS (AFFORDABLE HOUSING IMPACT FEE WAIVER) Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER DAWSON APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE AN MOU WITH MAY RIVER APARTMENTS (AFFORDABLE HOUSING IMPACT FEE WAIVER). The Chairman opened the floor for Public Hearing. There were no comments therefore the Chairman closed Public Hearing. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. Discussion: Council Member Flewelling stated he did not have an objection but a question and asked since this money wasn't going to be used for quite a long time is a part of the money already approved, allocated now then the fund balance reinstated? How does that work? Administrator Jacobs stated she did not know the answer and would get back to him. There were no objections therefore the item was approved. MOTION TO EXTEND PAST 8:00PM Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOERVOCHIN, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD TO EXTEND THE MEETING PAST THE 8 O'CLOCK HOUR. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: impact fee, council, watershed, hearing, administrator, and housing

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APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE CITY OF BEAUFORT RELATING TO THE MOSSY OAKS DRAINAGE PROJECT. Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER HOWARD, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE CITY OF BEAUFORT RELATING TO THE MOSSY OAKS DRAINAGE PROJECT. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: council and stormwater

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2020 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) POTENTIAL PRIORITY PROJECT NEED AREAS CONSISTING OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS, E.G., WATER AND SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS; NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS, E.G., SIDEWALKS AND STORM DRAINS; AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES, E.G., CURBS, GUTTERS, STREETLIGHTS, NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITIES. Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER DAWSON 2020 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) POTENTIAL PRIORITY PROJECT NEED AREAS CONSISTING OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS, E.G., WATER AND SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS; NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS, E.G., SIDEWALKS AND STORM DRAINS; AND COMMUNITY FACILITIES, E.G., CURBS, GUTTERS, STREETLIGHTS, NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITIES.

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Item 5.

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The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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APPROVAL OF AN ACCESS AND PARKING AGREEMENT FOR MYRTLE BUSINESS PARK Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER COVERT, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING APPROVAL OF AN ACCESS AND PARKING AGREEMENT FOR MYRTLE BUSINESS PARK. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: business, council, and parking

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RECOMMENDATION OF AWARD TO MAJ ENTERPRISES, INC. FOR IFB 041420E FT. FREMONT PRESERVE ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS in the amount of 178,390 which Includes a 10 contingency Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING RECOMMENDATION OF AWARD TO MAJ ENTERPRISES, INC. FOR IFB 041420E FT. FREMONT PRESERVE ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS IN THE AMOUNT OF 178,390 WHICH INCLUDES A 10 CONTINGENCY The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: council

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RECOMMENDATION TO GIVE THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AUTHORITY TO NEGOTIATE A CONTRACT AWARD FOR RFQ 071019 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN CONSULTING SERVICES Discussion: Council Member Flewelling questioned why the County couldn't hire someone to do this in house and save funds. Administrator Jacobs her recommendation is to move forward as planned. Motion: MOTION MADE BY COUNCIL MEMBER FLEWELLING, SECONDED BY COUNCIL MEMBER GLOVER RECOMMENDATION TO GIVE THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AUTHORITY TO NEGOTIATE A CONTRACT AWARD FOR RFQ 071019 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN CONSULTING SERVICES. The Chairman asked if there were any objections to this matter. There were no objections therefore the item was approved.

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Tagged Interests: funding, council, contract, services, and administrator

CITIZEN COMMENT Anne Grogan, Island West Resident, wrote in regards to the proposed in Island West. She believes the county needs to slow down developers. Council Member Glover requested the Chairman schedule an executive session to discuss the retirees that have emailed in since the settlement to discuss how to respond. ADJOURNMENT

Tagged Interests: council, retirement, and settlement

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Item 5.

BEAUFORT COUNTY COUNCIL Agenda Item Summary

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Item Title: First Reading of An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2 Article II Section 2-28 Regarding Council Salary and Compensation

Council Committee: County Council
Tagged Interests: compensation, ordinance, and council

Meeting Date: June 22, 2020

Committee Presenter (Name and Title): Kurt Taylor, County Attorney Brittany Ward Deputy County Attorney Issues for Consideration: An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2 Article II Section 28 of the Code of Ordinances of Beaufort County by Deleting and Replacing a Portion of the Current Text Points to Consider: Base Annual Salary, mileage reimbursement, method of payments, required documentation, expense reimbursements Funding Liability Factors:
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, and legal

Recommendation: Staff recommends Council approve the Ordinance

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Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

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Item 9.

ORDINANCE 2020/____ AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE II SECTION 28 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF BEAUFORT COUNTY BY DELETING AND REPLACING A PORTION OF THE CURRENT TEXT WHEREAS, Beaufort County Council desires to amend the current Beaufort County Code pertaining to salary and reimbursement;

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

WHEREAS, this Ordinance shall be made effective immediately; and

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WHEREAS, pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. 4-9-100, the amended text relating to salary shall not be effective until the date of commencement of terms of at least two members of council elected at the next general election following the enactment of this Ordinance at which time the amended salary rates will become effective for all members.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by Beaufort County Council to amend Beaufort County Code Chapter 2 Article II Section 28 text by replacing the stricken through portions of the text and adding the text underlined as follows: Sec. 2-28. - Salary and reimbursement. (a) Base annual pay. The members of council shall receive base annual pay for each fiscal year as follows:

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(1) Councilmember. Each member of council, with the exception of the chairman and vice chair, shall receive 11,038.00 26,988.00; and

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(2) Council chairman. The chairman of council shall receive 14,349.00 28,990.00; and

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(3) Council vice-chair. The Vice-Chair of council shall receive 28,002.00.Cost of living. Each member of council shall receive the county's annual cost of living adjustment.

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(b) Council stipend. In addition to the base annual pay received for service on council, members and/or the chairman may be paid a stipend of 40.00 per meeting for his/her attendance at 144 meetings for the fiscal year of any council committee meetings and other council-related business meetings.

(c) Maximum amount of payment. Payment for the council stipend shall be allowed up to the maximum amount authorized per fiscal year, as follows: (1) Councilmember. Payment of base annual pay in the fiscal year plus stipend (144 meetings x

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40.00 per meeting) for the fiscal year shall not exceed 16,798.00 per fiscal year; and (2) Council chairman. Payment of base annual pay in the fiscal year plus stipend (144 meetings x

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40.00 per meeting) for the fiscal year shall not exceed 20,109.00 per fiscal year; and (3) A specially called (unscheduled) meeting of the county council of Beaufort County; and (4) A specially called (unscheduled) work session of the county council of Beaufort County; and (5) Any other business meeting at which the councilmember is in attendance in his/her official

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capacity as a member of council, i.e., an official meeting with an industrial prospect, an official meeting with another governmental entity, a meeting with a county committee, board, district, agency, authority, or commission, i.e., the Beaufort Memorial Hospital Board, the Solid Waste Advisory Council, the Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority, any fire district, etc., or an organized meeting held within his/her district that he/she is attending in his/her official capacity as a member of council. These meetings are limited to 24 district meetings per year. This would

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not include attendance at parades, ribbon cutting ceremonies, or any other nonrequired functions; and

(d) (b) Mileage reimbursement. Each member of council shall be reimbursed mileage to and from their residences for all scheduled meetings, i.e., regular meetings, work sessions, public hearings, and other official travel, at the rate as published annually by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service; and (e) (c) Method of payment. Base annual pay shall be divided into 26 equal payments and made biweekly through the normal payroll cycle. Payment of the stipend mileage will be made on the second scheduled pay date of each month following the month in which the stipend mileage was claimed; i.e., for meetings attended in January, payment would be made on the second payroll check paid in the month of February, etc.; and (f) (d) Required documentation. An affidavit of attendance form must be completed and signed by the councilmember, and submitted to the finance department in order for payment of the stipend mileage to be made. The affidavit provides shall provide for the recording of the date, time spent, location, total mileage to and from, and the purpose of the meeting, i.e., LCOG mileage, etc.; and (g) Dual payment. No member of council shall receive a stipend for attendance at any unscheduled meeting if any form of payment for attendance at said meeting is received by the member from another source; and
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(h) (e) Expenses. Members of council may also be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in the conduct of their official duties, S.C. Code 1982, 4-9-100. including reasonable costs for overnight travel, lodging, meals, and incidental expenses where such travel is necessary and appropriate. Airfare shall be at the lowest available coach fare. Destination travel shall be by local bus, shuttle, ride share, taxi or lowest available car rental cost.

ADOPTED IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED this _____ day of __________ 2020. COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY By: ______________________________________ Joseph Passiment, Chairman ATTEST: ___________________________ Sarah W. Brock, Clerk to Council Third and Final Reading: Public Hearing: Second Reading: First Reading:
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BEAUFORT COUNTY COUNCIL Agenda Item Summary

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Item Title: Ordinance to Amend the Beaufort County Ordinance Establishing a Road Use Fee

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Council Committee: Public Facilities Committee

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Meeting Date: June 22, 2020

Committee Presenter (Name and Title): Brittany Ward, Beaufort County Deputy Attorney Issues for Consideration: Amendment to Ordinance 2015/8 to adjust the road use fee with a value as established in Beaufort County Ordinance Section 2-437 (b) Assessments which currently states, The auditor is directed to add a uniform charge per vehicle of 16.50 per annum to all motorized licenses vehicles subject to the tax in the county beginning with tax notices which become due and each month thereafter. Points to Consider: In Mary 2015, Ordinance 2015/8 increased the road maintenance fee on all vehicles from 10.00 to 16.50. The amendment provided from South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs office. The fee shall be evaluated yearly and the value shall be established in the annual County Operation Budget Ordinance. Funding Liability Factors: N/A
Tagged Interests: road, funding, ordinance, legal, streets, budget, taxes, Taxes, audit, and license

Council Options: Approve Ordinance to Amend the Beaufort County Ordinance Establishing a Road Use Fee; or Disapprove Ordinance to Amend the Beaufort County Ordinance Establishing a Road Use Fee.

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, council, and streets

Recommendation: Approve Ordinance to Amend the Beaufort County Ordinance Establishing a Road Use Fee.

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2020/_____

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE BEAUFORT COUNTY ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A ROAD USE FEE

WHEREAS, in 1993 Beaufort County Council ( Council ) adopted Ordinance 93/20 establishing the road use fee on all vehicles which are domiciled and garaged in Beaufort County ( County ) and thereby use the roadways and bridges owned and maintained by the County and the State; and WHEREAS, the County owns and maintains hundreds of miles of roadways and bridges for the safety and welfare of its citizens and for access and egress to residential and business activities and for emergency evacuation all which serve the best interest, welfare, and safety of the citizens of the County; and WHEREAS, all citizens who own and operate motor vehicles principally housed and garaged in the County enjoy the benefits provided by the ownership and maintenance of such roads by the County; and WHEREAS, such ownership and maintenance of roadways is a tremendous expense to the citizens of the County and such expense should be borne principally by the owners and operators of motor vehicles in the County; and WHEREAS, it is deemed appropriate by Council to amend the terms establishing and assessing the road use fee; and

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WHEREAS, terms that are underscored shall be added text and terms that are stricken through shall be deleted; and

WHEREAS, Beaufort County Council has determined based on the aforementioned reasons that it is in the best interest of its citizens to acknowledge the amendments in road use fees as provided herein. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by Beaufort County Council to amend the road use fee and does hereby amend the Beaufort County Ordinance (Ordinance 2015/8) as follows:
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Sec. 2-437. - Road use fee.

(a) Established. There is established a road use fee on all motorized licensed vehicles required by the state to be licensed, which are carried on the tax records of the county. Any person owning such vehicle shall be subject to and shall pay, in addition to any other licensing fees and taxes, a the sum of 16.50 per vehicle per annum or such adjusted value to reflect the one-year percentage increase if any, in

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the Consumer Price Index road use fee with a value as established in Beaufort County Ordinance Section 2-437(b). (b) Assessments. The auditor is directed to shall add a uniform charge per vehicle of 16.50 per annum to all motorized licensed vehicles subject to the taxes in the county beginning with tax notices which become due and each month thereafter. The charge of 16.50 so added shall become due and payable at the time other personal property taxes become due and payable. The fee shall be evaluated yearly and the value shall be adjusted to reflect the one-year percentage increase, if any, as established in the Consumer Price Index established in the annual County Operation Budget Ordinance.

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DONE this ___ day of ______________, 2020.

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY
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By: ______________________________________ Joseph Passiment, Chairman

ATTEST: _______________________________ Sarah W. Brock, Clerk to Council First Reading: Second Reading: Public Hearing: Third and Final Reading:
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BEAUFORT COUNTY COUNCIL Agenda Item Summary Item Title: Project Blueberry, FILOT Agreement Committee: Finance Committee

Tagged Interests: finance, council, and incentive

Meeting Date: June 22, 2020

Committee Presenter (Name and Title): John O Toole, Executive Director of Beaufort County Economic Development Corporation Issues for Consideration: We have been in contact (since 4/17/2018) with a Charleston based firm that is considering investing 19.5 million into a solar project in Beaufort County. They have identified a tract of land adjacent to the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS)- Beaufort for this development. This project has been reviewed and approved by the Department of Defense with the caveat that it will be able to spot check equipment on site at any time for National Security purposes.
Tagged Interests: equipment, economic development, security, development, Development, and military

Points to Consider: While the BCEDC s position on solar projects has been consistently opposed to these developments. Putting aside the renewable nature of solar- environmental and societal gain, the BCEDC feels these projects consume precious land and don t create significant ongoing jobs per acre. However, this project might be the exception. Due to the MCAS limitations on what can be constructed in the area. It is recommended that Beaufort County offer this project the same consideration that was provided to the Adger Solar project in July 2018.

Funding Liability Factors: Limited as this land is virtually undevelopable due to ACIUZ restrictions. This project will deliver 49,194 annually for 30 years. As agricultural land this property would generate less than 2,000 annually. Council Options: County Council could reject this request for FILOT/SSRC benefits. The benefits offered for this project are on par with those offered to Adger (July of 2018) to this company.

Tagged Interests: funding, council, agriculture, development, environment, Development, property, incentive, and jobs

Recommendation: The BCEDC recommends moving forward with the FILOT/SSRC and maintaining a level payment of 49,194 in revenues. Legal counsel recommends a bond to be in place to make the County whole if the project is abandoned at any point.

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304671489.3

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ) ) RESOLUTION COUNTY OF BEAUFORT )

INDUCING AND IDENTIFYING A PROPOSED INVESTMENT BY TRASK EAST
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SOLAR, LLC AND OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO

WHEREAS, Beaufort County, South Carolina, a political subdivision of the State of South Carolina (the County ), acting by and through its County Council (the County Council ), is authorized and empowered under and pursuant to the provisions of Title 12, Chapter 44, Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976, as amended (the Act ) (i) to enter into agreements with qualifying industry to encourage investment and projects constituting economic development property to which the industrial development of the State of South Carolina will be promoted by inducing new and existing manufacturing and commercial enterprises to locate and remain in the State and thus utilize and employ manpower and other resources of the State; and (ii) to covenant with such industry to accept certain payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes ( FILOT ) with respect to such investment; and WHEREAS, a limited liability company (the Sponsor ), Trask East Solar, LLC, is considering making an investment (the Project ), on its own or together with one or more Sponsor Affiliates (as the Act defines such term) (each, a Sponsor Affiliate ) in order to produce and supply to the public electricity by conversion of solar energy at a site in Beaufort County, South Carolina; and WHEREAS, the Project consists of an investment of not less than 19,500,000; and WHEREAS, the Act requires that the County induce and identify the Project in order for the Project to qualify for benefits under the Act. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Council as follows:

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Section 1. It is the intention of the County Council that this Resolution shall constitute an official action on the part of the County Council relating to the identification of the Project.

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Section 2. The County Council hereby authorizes the County Administrator, County Attorney, and any designees and agents whom they deem necessary and proper to pursue negotiation of (i) FILOT benefits with the Sponsor and any Sponsor Affiliate, including the following parameters: a minimum investment level in the Project as detailed above in economic development property as defined in the Act within the Investment Period (as the Act defines such term), with an assessment ratio of 6 for the new investment and a fixed millage rate for the Project for the term of thirty (30) years, the terms of which shall be further set forth a fee-in-lieu of ad valorem taxes agreement between the County and the Sponsor (the Fee Agreement ) for the Project, and (ii) Special Source Revenue Credits in the amounts set forth in the Fee Agreement to be applied against those FILOT payments made by the Sponsor or applicable Sponsor Affiliate.

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Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage by the County Council.

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Done in meeting duly assembled this _____ day of _________, 2020

BEAUFORT COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA

By: Joe Passiment, Chairman Beaufort County Council (SEAL) ATTEST: Sarah W. Brock, Clerk to Council Beaufort County Council
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Page 1 of 5 2020 / ___ FY 2020-2021 BEAUFORT COUNTY BUDGET To provide for the levy of tax for corporate Beaufort County for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, to make appropriations for said purposes, and to provide for budgetary control of the County's fiscal affairs.

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BE IT ORDAINED BY COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY:

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SECTION 1. TAX LEVY

The County Council of Beaufort County hereby appropriates the funds as detailed in the attached Exhibit A and the below Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of this Ordinance. Further, that the County Council of Beaufort County hereby establishes the millage rates as detailed in Sections 2 and 3 of this Ordinance. However, the County Council of Beaufort County reserves the right to modify these millage rates as may be deemed necessary and appropriate.

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SECTION 2. MILLAGE

The County Auditor is hereby authorized and directed to levy in Fiscal Year 2020-2021 a tax of 65.22 mills on the dollar of assessed value of property within the County, in accordance with the laws of South Carolina. These taxes shall be collected by the County Treasurer, as provided by law, and distributed in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance and subsequent appropriations hereafter passed by the County Council of Beaufort County. County Operations 50.0 Higher Education 2.3 Purchase of Real Property Program 4.8 Indigent Care BJHCHS 0.4 Indigent Care BMH 0.4 Economic Development 0.2 County Capital 0.6 County Debt Service 5.5 SECTION 3. SPECIAL DISTRICT TAX LEVY The County Auditor is hereby authorized and directed to levy, and the County Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to collect and distribute the mills so levied, as provided by law, for the operations of the following special tax districts:

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Millage Revenues Expenditures Rate

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Bluffton Fire District Operations 15,964,382 15,973,426 24.1 Bluffton Fire District Debt Service 991,000 991,000 1.6 Burton Fire District Operations 5,194,996 5,296,558 70.3 Burton Fire District Debt Service 385,268 385,268 5.1 Daufuskie Island Fire District Operations 1,211,046 1,247,134 62.0 Daufuskie Island Debt Service 0 0 0.0

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Lady s Island/St. Helena Is. Fire District Operation 6,499,820 6,480,400 40.1 Lady s Island/St. Helena Is. Fire District Debt Service 310,337 310,337 2.0 Sheldon Fire District Operations 1,499,683 1,499,683 38.8 Sheldon Fire District Debt Service 142,778 142,778 3.7

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Note: Any difference between revenue and expenditures will constitute a use of fund balance.

SECTION 4. COUNTY OPERATIONS APPROPRIATION

An amount of 44,683,094.00 is appropriated to the Beaufort County General Fund to fund County Administration Operations, Elected Officials, and State Appropriations as provided on the attached Exhibit A :

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Management of Elected Officials and State Appropriations individual accounts shall be the responsibility of the duly elected official for each office. At no time shall the elected official exceed the budget appropriation identified above without first receiving an approved supplemental appropriation by County Council.

The detailed Fiscal Year 2021 Beaufort County Operations budget provided in the attached Exhibit A containing line-item accounts by department and/or agency is hereby adopted as part of this Ordinance.
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SECTION 5. COUNTY OPERATIONS REVENUES

The appropriation for County Operations will be funded from the following revenue sources:

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A.
99,872,000 to be derived from tax collections; A.1 6,345,968 Ad Valorem Tax Collections (separately stated millage) B. 8,882,160 to be derived from charges for services; C. 9,058,838 to be derived from intergovernmental revenue sources; D. 3,244,160 to be derived from fees for licenses and permits; E. 1,545,000 to be derived from inter-fund transfers; F. 729,500 to be derived from fines and forfeitures' collections; G. 180,000 to be derived from miscellaneous revenue sources; H. 442,805 to be derived from interest on investments;

Additional operations of various County departments are funded by Special Revenue sources. The detail of line-item accounts for these funds as shown on Exhibit A is hereby adopted as part of this Ordinance.

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SECTION 6. PURCHASE OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS AND REAL PROPERTY PROGRAM

The revenue generated by a 4.8 mill levy is appropriated for the County s Purchase of Development Rights and Real Property Program.

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SECTION 7. COUNTY DEBT SERVICE APPROPRIATION

The revenue generated by a 5.5 mill levy is appropriated to defray the principal and interest payments on all County bonds and on the lease-purchase agreement authorized to cover other Capital expenditures.

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SECTION 8. BUDGETARY ACCOUNT BREAKOUT

The foregoing County Operations appropriations have been detailed by the County Council into line-item accounts for each department and is attached as Exhibit A. The Fire Districts, as described in Section 3 of this Ordinance, line-item budgets are attached hereto as Exhibit B, and are also part and parcel of this Ordinance.

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SECTION 9. OUTSTANDING BALANCE APPROPRIATION

The balance remaining in each fund at the close of the prior fiscal year, where a reserve is not required by State or Federal law, is hereby transferred to the Unreserved Fund Balance of that fund.
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SECTION 10. AUTHORIZATION TO TRANSFER FUNDS

In the following Section where reference is made to County Administrator , it is explicit that this refers to those funds under the particular auspices of the County Administrator requiring his or her approval shown on the attached Exhibit A as County Administration Operation.
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Transfers of monies/budgets among operating accounts, capital accounts, funds, and programs must be authorized by the County Administrator or his designee, upon the written request of the Department Head. Any transfer in excess of 50,000 for individual or cumulative expenditures during any current fiscal year is to be authorized by the County Council, or its designee.

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Transfer of monies/budgets within operating accounts, capital accounts, funds, and programs must be authorized by the County Administrator or his designee, upon written request of the Department Head. The County Administrator, or his designee, may also transfer funds from any departmental account to their respective Contingency Accounts. All transfers among and within accounts in excess of 50,000 for individual or cumulative expenditures during any current fiscal year are to be reported to County Council through the Finance Committee on a quarterly basis.

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SECTION 11. ALLOCATION OF FUNDS

The County Administrator is responsible for controlling the rate of expenditure of budgeted funds in order to assure that expenditures do not exceed funds on hand. To carry out this responsibility, the County Administrator is authorized to allocate budgeted funds.
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SECTION 12. MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS ABOVE-ANTICIPATED REVENUES

Revenues other than, and/or in excess of, those addressed in Sections 4, 5, 6 and 7 of this Ordinance, received by Beaufort County, and all other County agencies fiscally responsible to

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Page 4 of 5 Beaufort County, which are in excess of anticipated revenue as approved in the current budget, may be expended as directed by the revenue source, or for the express purposes for which the funds were generated without further approval of County Council. All such expenditures, in excess of 10,000, shall be reported, in written form, to the County Council of Beaufort County on a quarterly basis. Such funds include sales of products, services, rents, contributions, donations, special events, insurance and similar recoveries.

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SECTION 14. TRANSFERS VALIDATED

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All duly authorized transfers of funds heretofore made from one account to another, or from one fund to another during Fiscal Year 2021, are hereby approved.

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SECTION 15. AIRPORTS BUDGET (ENTERPRISE FUND)

The Hilton Head and Lady s Island airports operate as an enterprise fund (appropriations from the Beaufort County General Fund being unnecessary for the operations of the Airports). Beaufort County Code of Ordinance Chapter 6 establishes the Beaufort County Airports Board (BCAB), a purpose of which includes advising County Council on financial matters including the establishment of an annual budget. The BCAB met on June 18, 2020 and reviewed the proposed annual budget as proposed by the Airports Director, and recommended the following to County Council. An amount of 631,740.00 for the operations of the Lady's Island Airport and an amount of 4,061,469.00 for the operations of the Hilton Head Island Airport, as shown on the attached Exhibit B Hilton Head Airport and Lady s Island Airport is hereby approved.

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SECTION 16. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT UTILITY BUDGET (ENTERPRISE FUND)

Beaufort County Code of Ordinance Chapter 99 establishes the Beaufort County Stormwater Management Utility and specifically Sec. 99-116 establishes the Beaufort County Stormwater Management Utility Board (SWMUB). The SWMUB purpose includes advising and recommending to County Council appropriate funding levels for the provision of stormwater management services. The SWMUB met on March 11, 2020, reviewed the proposed annual budget, and recommended approval of the 2020-21 operations budget attached hereto for Storm water Utility Management services and programs. An amount of 7,126,994.00 for the operations of the Stormwater Management Utility services and programs as shown on the attached Exhibit C Stormwater Management Utility Operations Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21 is hereby approved.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, council, boards and commissions, budget, utility, Utility, services, program, water, and stormwater

SECTION 17. EFFECTIVE DATE

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This Ordinance shall be effective July 1, 2020. Approved and adopted on third and final reading this ___ day of June, 2020.

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY BY:_____________________________________ Joseph Passiment, Chairman

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Page 5 of 5 ____________________________ Sarah W. Brock, Clerk to Council

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First Reading, By Title Only: Second Reading: Public Hearings: Third and Final Reading:

Chronology Third and final reading approval occurred Public hearing two of two occurred Second reading approval occurred Public hearing one of two held Finance Committee discussion to occurred Finance Committee discussion occurred First reading, by title only, occurred Finance Committee discussion occurred Finance Committee discussion occurred Strategic Planning Session discussion occurred
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Revised FY 2020 Proposed FY 2021 FY 2021 Proposed Appropriation Changes Appropriation

I. Elected Officials and State Appropriations A Sheriff 33,378,832 (1,519,583) 31,859,249 B Magistrate 2,214,212 26,395 2,240,607 C Solicitor* 1,887,500 - 1,887,500 D Clerk of Court 1,275,322 64,060 1,339,382 E Treasurer 1,615,917 113,507 1,729,424 F Auditor 922,925 89,324 1,012,249 G Public Defender 899,809 748,322 1,648,131 H Probate Court 816,467 47,758 864,225 I County Council 834,377 34,482 868,859 J Coroner 619,019 77,555 696,574 K Master-in-Equity 329,369 63,866 393,235 L Social Services 87,349 (10,682) 76,667 M Legislative Delegation 65,760 1,232 66,992 Total Elected Officials and State Appropriations 44,946,858 (263,764) 44,683,094 County Administration Operations: II. A Public Works

Tagged Interests: funding, council, legal, social services, Solicitor, public safety, services, Public Works, public works, Treasurer, audit, TREASURER, coroner, and court

Director of Public Services 141,962 381,115 523,077 Public Works General Support Management 1,199,825 (600,936) 598,889 Facilities Management 3,635,571 (749,097) 2,886,474 Buildings Maintenance 1,276,352 114,475 1,390,827 Grounds Maintenance 1,069,904 (120,493) 949,411 Roads/ Drainage 1,572,887 (266,786) 1,306,101 Engineering 294,246 10,019 304,265 Solid Waste Recycling 8,217,455 722,618 8,940,073

Tagged Interests: road, Homebuilder, streets, utility, solid waste, Utility, services, Public Works, public works, recycling, engineering, and stormwater

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Administration - County Administrator 659,711 33,631 693,342 Communications Accountability 586,190 (306,453) 279,737 Broadcast Services 330,801 70,611 401,412 County Attorney/ Legal 468,500 54,976 523,476 Finance Department 1,039,334 229,354 1,268,688 Risk Management 232,169 (911) 231,258 Purchasing 205,966 5,604 211,570 Business Licenses 79,600 23,005 102,605 Community Services - 311,025 311,025 Information Technology 3,565,829 (673,693) 2,892,136 Mapping Applications 1,262,081 385,536 1,647,617 Records Management 633,215 (14,220) 618,995

Tagged Interests: business, finance, legal, 911, risk, services, purchasing, Technology, communications, technology, administrator, license, Communications, information technology, accountability, business license, and Information Technology

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Emergency Medical Services 7,485,074 917,652 8,402,726 D Detention Center 6,233,978 1,177,625 7,411,603 E Community Services -

Veterans Affairs 218,172 15,422 233,594 Public Welfare Subsidies (Together for Beaufort) 398,000 - 398,000 Disabilities Special Needs 3,160,600 (3,160,600) - Alcohol Drug Abuse 626,605 (626,605) - COSY 186,003 - 186,003 Daufuskie Ferry 180,000 - 180,000 F Library 4,275,196 168,842 4,444,038 G Parks Leisure Services 4,261,753 (95,137) 4,166,616 Hilton Head Recreation Association 275,000 (140,000) 135,000 H Assessor 2,464,743 40,549 2,505,292 I Mosquito Control 1,839,727 (87,997) 1,751,730 J Building Codes Enforcement - Building Codes 1,026,656 51,572 1,078,228 Codes Enforcement 366,344 14,034 380,378
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Public Health - Ronald McDonald House 81,000 - 81,000

L Animal Services 1,167,285 76,940 1,244,225 M Employee Services 860,108 22,436 882,544 FISCAL YEAR 2021 BEAUFORT COUNTY PROPOSED BUDGET EXHIBIT A

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Revised FY 2020 Proposed FY 2021 FY 2021 Proposed Appropriation Changes Appropriation

FISCAL YEAR 2021 BEAUFORT COUNTY PROPOSED BUDGET EXHIBIT A

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Voter Registration 758,407 202,774 961,181 O Community Development 1,020,528 223,743 1,244,271 P General Government Subsidies -

Q Traffic Engineering 605,116 (28,465) 576,651 R Register of Deeds 585,699 (16,949) 568,750 S Employer Provided Benefits 16,172,366 (2,245,413) 13,926,953
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Total County Administration Operations 81,885,032 (3,868,544) 78,016,488

Higher Education Allocation The Technical College of the Lowcountry 2,318,016 - 2,318,016 University of South Carolina - Beaufort 2,318,016 - 2,318,016 III Total Higher Education Allocation 4,636,032 - 4,636,032 Separately Identified Appropriations and Millage rates Economic Development 508,594 - 508,594 Beaufort Memorial Hospital (Indigent Car) 978,066 - 978,066 IV Beaufort Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services Grand Total of Expenditures 133,873,964 (4,132,308) 129,741,656
Tagged Interests: funding, health, hospital, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, University of South Carolina, services, healthcare, Development, university, education, poverty, and rates

County Operations Revenues A Ad Valorem Tax Collections 99,175,894 696,106 99,872,000

A.1 Ad Valorem Tax Collections (separately stated millage) 7,042,074 (696,106) 6,345,968 V B Charges for Services 12,661,700 (3,779,540) 8,882,160 C Intergovernmental Revenues Sources 9,249,610 (190,772) 9,058,838 D Licenses and Permits 4,055,200 (811,040) 3,244,160 E Interfund Transfers 1,568,750 (23,750) 1,545,000 F Fines Forfeitures' collections 676,500 53,000 729,500 G Interest on Investments 442,805 - 442,805 H Miscellaneous revenue sources 290,165 (110,165) 180,000 Total County Operations Revenues 135,162,698 (4,862,267) 130,300,431 Surplus/ (deficit) of Revenues less Expenditures 1,288,734 558,775 Capital one time requests (1,288,734) (558,775)
Tagged Interests: taxes, Taxes, surplus, services, investment, license, intergovernmental, and ad valorem

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Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021

Tagged Interests: funding and budget

Group : [5100] LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT Subgroup : [01] REVENUES Fund : 5100 LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44785 PROCESSING FEE (40.00) - (40.00) - - 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44800 FUEL SALES TO OTHERS (15,660.37) (45,000.00) (36,526.90) (45,000.00) (45,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44801 FUEL AVGAS (168,952.67) (156,000.00) (94,023.62) (156,000.00) (135,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44802 FUEL JET (226,703.89) (248,500.00) (104,923.40) (248,500.00) (235,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44803 FUEL JET - NON-TAXABLE - (1,000.00) (3,250.80) (1,000.00) (1,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44810 OIL SALES TO OTHERS (2,280.38) (2,500.00) (1,038.27) (2,500.00) (2,500.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44840 RAMP FEES (5,938.00) (7,100.00) (4,204.00) (8,500.00) (8,500.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44870 TIE DOWN FEES (6,525.00) (8,100.00) (5,760.00) (8,100.00) (8,100.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-44881 MERCHANDISE SALES (3,041.66) (3,000.00) (1,839.34) (3,000.00) (3,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-45610 LATE FEES (57.19) - - - - 5100-90-0001-000-00000-45620 RETURNED CHECK FEES (13.85) - - - -

Tagged Interests: impact fee, airport, sale, and Fossil Fuels - Oil

CARES GRANT REVENUE - - - - (30,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47012 MISC REVENUE - NONTAXABLE (50.00) - - - - 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47100 FLIGHT TRAINING COMMISSIONS (2,187.18) (3,000.00) (1,709.36) (3,000.00) (3,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47132 RENTAL CARS - COMMISSION (849.24) (800.00) (93.78) (800.00) (800.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47200 RENTAL COUNTY PROP - LIAP (35,000.00) (28,000.00) (21,210.00) (28,840.00) (28,840.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47210 HANGAR RENTALS (131,864.00) (131,000.00) (83,830.05) (131,000.00) (131,000.00) 5100-90-0001-000-00000-47220 RENTAL OFFICE (12,489.82) (2,000.00) (11,918.85) - - Subtotal Fund : 5100 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (611,653.25) (636,000.00) (370,368.37) (636,240.00) (631,740.00)

Fund : 5102 LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT CAPITAL 5102-90-0001-000-00000-43730 FAA GRANT REVENUES (286,353.00) (958,768.00) (612,031.00) - - 5102-90-0001-000-00000-43740 SCAC GRANT REVENUES (21,290.41) (53,265.00) - - - Subtotal Fund : 5102 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (307,643.41) (1,012,033.00) (612,031.00) - -

Tagged Interests: grant, airport, boards and commissions, training, and rental

Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [01] REVENUES (919,296.66) (1,648,033.00) (982,399.37) (636,240.00) (631,740.00)

Tagged Interests: funding

Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES Fund : 5100 LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50020 SALARIES AND WAGES 115,951.18 112,000.00 85,308.26 117,600.00 172,100.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50060 OVERTIME 12.99 - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50100 EMPLOYER FICA 7,190.45 6,944.00 5,232.33 7,300.00 10,679.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50110 EMPLOYER MEDICARE 1,681.73 1,624.00 1,223.60 1,710.00 2,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50120 EMPLOYER SC RETIREMENT 16,771.52 17,427.00 12,807.12 18,300.00 22,631.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50140 EMPLOYER GROUP INSURANCE 6,317.45 6,500.00 - 6,825.00 6,825.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50150 EMPLOYER WORK COMP INS 13,323.91 4,805.00 - 5,100.00 5,100.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50160 EMPLOYER TORT LIAB INS 718.91 700.00 763.00 800.00 800.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50170 EMPLOYER UNEMPLOYMENT INS - - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-50198 EMPLOYER PENSION EXP GASB 68 (4,084.00) - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51000 ADVERTISING 80.00 - 82.00 - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51030 POSTAGE/OTHER CARRIERS 169.65 480.00 270.95 480.00 480.00

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: airport, retirement, seniors, advertising, insurance, and health insurance

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021
Tagged Interests: funding and budget

5100-90-0011-000-00000-51040 LICENSES/PERMITS 4,575.00 4,500.00 3,900.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51050 TELEPHONE 2,789.91 2,500.00 2,219.15 2,500.00 2,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51060 ELECTRICITY/NAT'L GAS 15,546.29 15,000.00 11,490.08 15,000.00 15,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51070 WATER/SEWER/GARBAGE 212.13 500.00 72.12 500.00 500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51110 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS 36,903.75 20,000.00 4,865.32 20,000.00 20,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51120 REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT 113.56 500.00 155.97 500.00 500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51140 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 19,537.92 19,260.00 14,714.22 20,000.00 20,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2,097.26 - 4,400.00 - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51210 CLEANING SERVICES 4,692.00 4,660.00 3,519.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51300 GARAGE REPAIRS MAINT 419.25 600.00 1,123.23 600.00 600.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51301 INSURANCE REIMB (CR) (1,622.85) - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51310 BOOKS,SUBS,MEMBERSHIPS 2,335.94 2,000.00 1,653.21 2,000.00 2,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51320 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES 1,319.65 1,000.00 135.14 1,000.00 1,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51510 BLDG/CONTENTS INSURANCE 10,138.44 10,000.00 1,598.10 10,000.00 10,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51540 INSURANCE - OTHER 9,009.71 9,000.00 9,065.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51545 INSURANCE - PREPAID 1,966.88 - 6,423.97 - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51990 UNCLASSIFIED OPER (SWU FEES) 28,929.29 30,000.00 - 30,000.00 30,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-51999 CREDIT CARD FEES 13,556.15 6,000.00 7,589.73 6,000.00 6,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52010 SUPPLIES-OFFICE/PHOTO/ETC 209.89 710.00 413.59 710.00 710.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52020 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES 208.17 - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52030 CLEAN'G/SANI SUPPLIES 40.86 - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52050 UNIFORMS 2,044.12 1,456.00 1,262.45 1,500.00 1,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52240 SMALL TOOLS, ETC. 201.69 - - - - 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52330 FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 828.45 5,083.00 2,019.80 5,000.00 5,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52410 GROUNDS MAINT SUPPLIES 1,547.55 1,946.00 884.48 2,500.00 2,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52500 FUELS/LUBRICANTS 1,982.62 1,505.00 1,244.09 1,500.00 1,500.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-52700 HANGAR MAINTENANCE 4,977.24 4,300.00 799.50 2,000.00 2,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-58000 PURCHASES-FUELS/LUBES 259,155.54 323,000.00 183,451.44 300,000.00 240,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-58030 PURCHASES-CONCESSIONS 1,783.22 3,000.00 1,709.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 5100-90-0011-000-00000-58500 DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 54,005.63 55,000.00 40,504.22 55,000.00 55,000.00 Subtotal Fund : 5100 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 637,639.05 672,000.00 410,900.07 655,925.00 658,925.00

Fund : 5102 LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT CAPITAL 5102-90-0011-000-00000-54113 TREE REMOVAL (6,176.00) - - - - 5102-90-0011-000-00000-54131 RWY 07 TREE - CONSTRUCTION 77,816.11 - 1,006.25 - - 5102-90-0011-000-00000-54132 TAXIWAY EXT, APR EXP, HELIPAD 80,506.84 - 6,696.76 - - 5102-90-0011-000-00000-54140 GRNT14 RWY 7/25 LTNG/REHAB TAX 159,847.44 - 672,331.63 - - 5102-90-0011-000-00000-54980 CAPITAL PROJECTS-POTENTIALGRNT 455,022.82 1,065,298.00 - - - Subtotal Fund : 5102 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 767,017.21 1,065,298.00 680,034.64 - -
Tagged Interests: impact fee, construction, equipment, facility, sewer, airport, taxes, Taxes, utility, capital spending, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, services, water, insurance, purchasing, training, trees, rental, and license

Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [11] EXPENDITURES 1,404,656.26 1,737,298.00 1,090,934.71 655,925.00 658,925.00

All Funds Presented Group Total [5100] LADY'S ISLAND AIRPORT 485,359.60 89,265.00 108,535.34 19,685.00 27,185.00
Tagged Interests: funding and airport

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021 Group : [5400] HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT Subgroup : [01] REVENUES Fund : 5400 HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT 5400-90-0001-000-00000-43680 TOWN OF HHI REVENUES (ATAX) - - (176,701.11) (135,000.00) (135,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-43780 TSA REIMBURSEMENTS (47,260.00) (64,820.00) (23,710.00) (64,820.00) (64,820.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44840 LANDING FEES (138,028.94) (210,000.00) (155,253.00) (300,000.00) (180,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44850 PARKING FEES (37,431.74) (87,500.00) (214,049.55) (175,000.00) (75,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44860 TAXI/LIMO FEES (3,800.00) (37,500.00) (5,000.00) (5,000.00) (5,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44845 PASSENGER FACILITIES CHARGES - - - - (300,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44890 FIREFIGHTING FEES-OTHERS (346,995.18) (400,000.00) (307,953.75) (625,000.00) (265,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44895 SECURITY FEES (AIRLINES) (36,158.76) (285,000.00) (174,917.73) (350,000.00) (150,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-44896 SECURITY REVENUE (BADGES) (4,340.00) (4,500.00) (6,000.00) (4,500.00) (4,500.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-46010 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS - - - - - 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47010 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES (74,155.30) (45,000.00) (90,762.15) (45,000.00) (45,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47100 FBO - GROUND LEASE (65,247.72) (68,000.00) (49,479.53) (71,400.00) (71,400.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47105 FBO - CONCESSIONS (4,708.81) (5,000.00) (4,218.82) (5,000.00) (2,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47110 FBO - FUEL FLOW (365,610.81) (300,000.00) (237,414.84) (300,000.00) (225,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47120 RENT -AIRLINE /COMMON (77,397.60) (400,000.00) (330,947.63) (775,000.00) (285,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47121 RENT -AIRLINE / ASSIGNED SPACE (45,420.36) (175,000.00) (140,879.99) (185,000.00) (185,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47130 RENTAL CARS - COUNTER (18,751.40) (22,000.00) (14,069.70) (22,000.00) (22,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47131 RENTAL CARS -READY SPACES (26,981.38) (32,000.00) (19,440.00) (32,000.00) (32,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47132 RENTAL CARS - COMMISSION (519,265.07) (800,000.00) (462,658.59) (800,000.00) (500,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47140 RENT -SNACK BAR/GIFT SHOP (4,754.61) (12,000.00) (8,491.35) (12,000.00) (12,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47150 RENT -ADVERTISING SPACE (9,845.82) (50,000.00) (20,876.77) (50,000.00) (50,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47190 OPERATING AGREEMENTS (3 ) (11,874.82) (30,000.00) (11,054.21) (30,000.00) (20,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47210 RENTAL TSA (18,320.04) (18,000.00) (13,740.03) (18,000.00) (18,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47220 HANGAR RENTAL (104,293.65) (116,000.00) (91,918.07) (116,000.00) (116,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47225 RENTAL CO PROPERTY - AIRPORT 350.00 - - - - 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47230 HANGAR RENTAL - 60 X 52 (44,822.88) (50,000.00) (39,033.69) (50,000.00) (50,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47240 HANGAR RENTAL - 80 X 80 (31,530.72) (34,000.00) (21,940.14) (34,000.00) (34,000.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47250 RENTAL - HANGAR TAXES 6,054.05 - (0.25) - - 5400-90-0001-000-00000-47400 SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY (1,023.00) - - - -
Tagged Interests: impact fee, funding, leasing, airport, boards and commissions, budget, sale, accommodations tax, taxes, Taxes, security, hotel, advertising, rental, property, investment, ride sharing and hailing, and parking

CARES GRANT REVENUE - - - - (1,214,749.00) 5400-90-0001-000-00000-49CAP XFER FM CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS (200,000.00) - - - - Subtotal Fund : 5400 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (2,231,614.56) (3,246,320.00) (2,620,510.90) (4,204,720.00) (4,061,469.00)

Fund : 5401 HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT PFC 5401-90-0001-000-00000-44845 PASSENGER FACILITIES CHARGES (286,463.77) (580,000.00) (364,212.44) - - 5401-90-0001-000-00000-48910 CONT FROM PR YR FUND BAL - - - - - Subtotal Fund : 5401 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (286,463.77) (580,000.00) (364,212.44) - - Fund : 5402 HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT CAPITAL 5402-90-0001-000-00000-43730 FAA GRANT REVENUES (6,032,531.00) (1,800,000.00) (952,353.00) - - 5402-90-0001-000-00000-43740 SCAC GRANT REVENUES (774,981.28) (200,000.00) - - -

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, airport, capital spending, hotel, and Capital Spending

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021
Tagged Interests: funding and budget

5402-90-0001-000-00000-48910 CONT FROM PR YR FUND BAL - - - - - Subtotal Fund : 5402 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (6,807,512.28) (2,000,000.00) (952,353.00) - -

Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [01] REVENUES (9,325,590.61) (5,826,320.00) (3,937,076.34) (4,204,720.00) (4,061,469.00)

Tagged Interests: funding

Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES Fund : 5400 HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50020 SALARIES AND WAGES 580,509.67 605,000.00 467,491.84 630,000.00 828,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50060 OVERTIME 94,230.00 90,000.00 59,058.69 90,000.00 90,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50100 EMPLOYER FICA 40,852.65 43,090.00 31,821.49 45,245.00 57,521.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50110 EMPLOYER MEDICARE 9,554.16 10,078.00 7,442.24 10,582.00 13,453.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50120 EMPLOYER SC RETIREMENT 39,390.06 43,257.00 34,288.03 45,420.00 65,273.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50130 EMPLOYER PO RETIREMENT 69,582.28 76,061.00 53,660.42 79,865.00 79,865.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50140 EMPLOYER GROUP INSURANCE 96,176.83 95,000.00 - 99,750.00 99,750.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50150 EMPLOYER WORK COMP INS 7,955.41 10,000.00 - 10,500.00 10,500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50160 EMPLOYER TORT LIAB INS 1,901.82 2,514.00 1,060.00 2,640.00 2,640.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50170 EMPLOYER UNEMPLOYMENT INS - - - - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-50198 EMPLOYER PENSION EXP GASB 68 152,627.00 - - - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51000 ADVERTISING 112,056.94 100,000.00 59,909.69 100,000.00 100,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51010 PRINTING 442.60 300.00 221.29 300.00 300.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51030 POSTAGE/OTHER CARRIERS 122.48 500.00 189.70 500.00 500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51040 LICENSES/PERMITS 75.00 2,000.00 75.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51045 PERMITS - MITIGATION CREDITS - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00 5,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51050 TELEPHONE 10,683.43 10,000.00 7,698.72 11,000.00 11,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51060 ELECTRICITY/NAT'L GAS 121,091.14 110,000.00 82,476.89 135,000.00 135,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51070 WATER/SEWER/GARBAGE 6,522.31 7,000.00 4,621.56 8,000.00 8,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51090 GARBAGE SERVICES 3,891.18 3,600.00 3,253.12 4,000.00 4,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51100 HEATING FUELS 1,110.00 3,000.00 - 3,000.00 3,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51110 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS 171,116.60 120,000.00 178,788.13 150,000.00 150,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51120 REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT 410.18 8,000.00 - 8,000.00 8,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51130 REPAIRS TO BUILDINGS - 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 5,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51140 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 6,116.16 2,000.00 246.21 3,500.00 3,500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 39,167.97 105,000.00 5,431.58 50,000.00 50,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51170 NON-PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 120,000.00 119,000.00 120,000.00 180,000.00 180,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51185 AIRPORT SECURITY 188,079.18 10,000.00 3,649.50 150,000.00 150,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51210 CLEANING SERVICES 31,500.00 90,000.00 41,542.50 90,000.00 90,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51300 GARAGE REPAIRS MAINT 6,284.75 15,000.00 21,472.87 20,000.00 20,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51301 INSURANCE REIMB (CR) (5,193.12) - - - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51310 BOOKS,SUBS,MEMBERSHIPS 2,190.00 2,000.00 1,927.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51320 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES 13,336.85 13,000.00 5,616.19 13,000.00 13,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51340 AIRPORT DIRECTOR BIZ DEVELOP 3,218.62 5,000.00 11,751.67 5,000.00 5,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51370 AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT 54,754.38 29,000.00 22,500.00 29,000.00 29,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51500 VEHICLE INSURANCE 4,679.04 10,000.00 - 10,000.00 10,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51510 BLDG/CONTENTS INSURANCE 36,689.55 60,000.00 - 60,000.00 60,000.00

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51540 INSURANCE - OTHER 19,447.33 67,600.00 15,200.00 67,600.00 67,600.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51545 INSURANCE - PREPAID 275.22 - 28,304.03 - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-51990 UNCLASSIFIED OPER (SWU FEES) 47,924.26 50,000.00 1,200.00 50,000.00 50,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52010 SUPPLIES-OFFICE/PHOTO/ETC 2,620.37 8,000.00 2,513.31 8,000.00 8,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52020 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES 384.81 500.00 863.46 500.00 500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52030 CLEAN'G/SANI SUPPLIES 72.85 500.00 - 500.00 500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52050 UNIFORMS 128.24 2,000.00 - 2,000.00 2,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52240 SMALL TOOLS, ETC. 436.20 2,000.00 899.49 5,000.00 5,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52330 FACILITY MAINT SUPPLIES 9,317.09 10,000.00 13,677.51 15,000.00 15,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52340 SIGNS (EACH UNDER 500) 1,056.19 1,000.00 699.85 1,000.00 1,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52390 ARFF SUPPLIES 13,024.37 20,000.00 7,957.56 20,000.00 20,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52400 OTHER SUPPLIES 116.48 2,000.00 38.94 2,000.00 2,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52410 GROUNDS MAINT SUPPLIES 4,522.95 5,000.00 10,634.34 5,000.00 5,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52500 FUELS/LUBRICANTS 8,155.69 10,000.00 3,863.16 10,000.00 10,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52600 MINOR OFF FURN/EQP (NON-CAP) - 1,500.00 181.88 1,500.00 1,500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52610 TECHNOLOGY EQUIP (NON-CAP) 1,249.70 1,500.00 420.43 1,500.00 1,500.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52700 HANGAR MAINTENANCE 2,138.13 10,000.00 6,678.24 4,000.00 4,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-52990 SECURITY SUPPLIES 3,140.30 3,000.00 1,997.66 3,000.00 3,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-53110 INTEREST 79,621.92 80,000.00 75,346.03 80,000.00 80,000.00 5400-90-0011-000-00000-54630 CONSULTANTS/PROF SERVICES 350.00 - - - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-54XXX CAPITAL ASSET CLEARING ACCOUNT (165,936.72) - - - - 5400-90-0011-000-00000-58500 DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 569,055.32 550,000.00 426,791.25 550,000.00 550,000.00 Subtotal Fund : 5400 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 2,618,225.82 2,632,000.00 1,823,461.47 2,884,902.00 3,117,902.00 Fund : 5402 HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT CAPITAL 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54271 LAND ACQUISITION / EXECAIR (2,681.00) - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54274 TREE OBSTRUCTION - SOUTH END (5,320.09) - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54301 TREE OBSTRUCTION REMOVAL (2,955.80) - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54371 FAA HXD GRANT 37 - ARBORIST 2,544.36 - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54372 FAA HXD GRANT 37 - AIRPORT DEV 429,121.88 - 1,971.43 - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54390 FAA HXD GRANT 39 3,232,912.28 - 1,062,280.77 - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54400 FAA HXD AIP 40 EMAS - RWY3 EXT 835,998.51 - (6,313.14) - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54410 FAA HXD GRANT 41 - - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54420 FAA HXD AIP GRANT 42 2,201,907.46 - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54430 FAA HXD AIP GRNT43 (ENVASSESS) - - 230.90 - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54921 LAND ACQUISITION RWY 21 (80,988.76) - - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54980 CAPITAL PROJECTS-POTENTIALGRNT (2,161,156.69) 3,950,000.00 - - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54981 CAPITAL PROJECTS - TERMINAL 503,098.04 - 549,722.73 - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54983 CAPITAL PROJECTS - HUNTER RD 10,125.46 - 92,111.46 - - 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54984 CAPITAL PROJECTS - ST. JAMES 7,728.41 - 30,034.26 - 1,017,100.00 5402-90-0011-000-00000-54985 CAPITAL PROJECTS -PROPERTY ACQ - - 3,141,432.18 - - Subtotal Fund : 5402 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 4,970,334.06 3,950,000.00 4,871,470.59 - 1,017,100.00

Tagged Interests: impact fee, funding, grant, facility, airport, budget, security, capital spending, hotel, Capital Spending, services, insurance, Technology, trees, technology, and property

Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [11] EXPENDITURES 7,588,559.88 6,582,000.00 6,694,932.06 2,884,902.00 4,135,002.00

Tagged Interests: funding

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT B Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021 All Funds Presented Group Total [5400] HILTON HEAD ISLAND AIRPORT (1,737,030.73) 755,680.00 2,757,855.72 (1,319,818.00) 73,533.00
Tagged Interests: funding, airport, budget, and hotel

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT C Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021 Group : [5025] STORMWATER UTILITY Subgroup : [01] REVENUES Fund : 5025 STORMWATER UTILITY 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44240 STORMWATER UTILITY FEE (5,011,061.59) (6,036,745.00) (5,708,434.96) (6,177,216.00) (6,177,216.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44430 PROJECT INCOME - MUNICIPALITY (35,823.02) (21,269.00) (14,954.60) - - 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44436 CWI- CITY OF BEAUFORT (54,386.58) (83,959.00) (56,197.62) (94,052.00) (94,052.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44437 CWI- TOWN OF PORT ROYAL (16,910.33) (30,756.00) (18,204.86) (34,454.00) (34,454.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44438 CWI- TOWN OF BLUFFTON (320,224.62) (393,914.00) (370,192.96) (441,272.00) (441,272.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-44439 CWI- TOWN OF HILTON HEAD (201,384.79) (228,816.00) (220,126.48) (256,325.00) (256,325.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-46010 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS (272,185.12) (125,000.00) - (112,500.00) (112,500.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-47010 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES (13,496.00) - (7,500.00) (11,175.00) (11,175.00) 5025-90-0001-000-00000-47400 SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY (75,934.50) - (2,325.00) - - Subtotal Fund : 5025 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (6,001,406.55) (6,920,459.00) (6,397,936.48) (7,126,994.00) (7,126,994.00) Fund : 5026 STORMWATER CAPITAL 5026-90-0001-000-00000-43780 FEDERAL GRANT FUNDS (175,009.78) - - - - 5026-90-0001-000-00000-48910 CONT FROM PR YR FUND BAL - - - - - Subtotal Fund : 5026 Subgroup : [01] REVENUES (175,009.78) - - - -
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, budget, sale, utility, Utility, hotel, property, investment, and stormwater

Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [01] REVENUES (6,176,416.33) (6,920,459.00) (6,397,936.48) (7,126,994.00) (7,126,994.00)

Tagged Interests: funding

Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES Fund : 5025 STORMWATER UTILITY 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50020 SALARIES AND WAGES 1,113,023.26 1,590,256.00 876,118.43 1,699,761.00 1,699,761.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50060 OVERTIME 61,209.28 125,388.00 41,981.84 100,000.00 100,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50100 EMPLOYER FICA 69,088.48 103,482.00 55,230.87 110,290.00 110,290.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50110 EMPLOYER MEDICARE 16,157.76 28,052.00 12,916.89 29,923.00 29,923.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50120 EMPLOYER SC RETIREMENT 162,419.85 186,555.00 136,511.52 198,864.00 198,864.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50130 EMPLOYER PO RETIREMENT 5,007.02 3,327.00 4,149.84 3,427.00 3,427.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50140 EMPLOYER GROUP INSURANCE 224,355.23 427,295.00 - 430,100.00 430,100.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50150 EMPLOYER WORK COMP INS 14,479.39 210,953.00 - 224,655.00 224,655.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50160 EMPLOYER TORT LIAB INS 8,990.28 16,784.00 8,950.00 17,402.00 17,402.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50170 EMPLOYER UNEMPLOYMENT INS - 7,285.00 - 7,765.00 7,765.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-50198 EMPLOYER PENSION EXP GASB 68 22,481.00 - - - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51000 ADVERTISING 2,576.44 2,000.00 - 2,000.00 2,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51010 PRINTING 672.04 1,000.00 48.02 1,000.00 1,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51030 POSTAGE/OTHER CARRIERS 506.92 1,200.00 469.06 1,200.00 1,200.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51050 TELEPHONE 8,351.21 10,575.00 13,523.04 15,956.00 15,956.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51110 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS - 2,525.00 - 938.00 938.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51120 REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT 1,706.42 3,500.00 6,473.82 4,000.00 4,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51140 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 9,520.57 26,000.00 2,971.67 26,000.00 26,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 154,108.40 75,000.00 31,554.75 90,000.00 90,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51166 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 8,586.90 15,000.00 25,121.92 15,000.00 15,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51170 NON-PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 32,609.87 100,000.00 36,749.06 370,000.00 370,000.00

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT C Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021
Tagged Interests: funding and budget

5025-90-0011-000-00000-51230 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - 1,500.00 - 1,500.00 1,500.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51250 AERIAL PHOTOS - - 45,000.00 - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51295 OTHER VEHICLE OPER COSTS 5,998.46 3,880.00 2,149.18 6,940.00 6,940.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51300 GARAGE REPAIRS MAINT 163,682.35 200,751.00 84,904.78 200,752.00 200,752.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51301 INSURANCE REIMB (CR) (49,802.49) - (2,844.70) - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51310 BOOKS,SUBS,MEMBERSHIPS 1,010.35 2,859.00 1,206.77 2,100.00 2,100.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51320 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES 10,765.69 25,822.00 5,592.26 18,285.00 18,285.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51500 VEHICLE INSURANCE 25,188.73 21,590.00 - 27,157.00 27,157.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51540 INSURANCE - OTHER 22,465.99 18,862.00 865.26 23,322.00 23,322.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51545 INSURANCE - PREPAID (9,117.11) - 34,797.19 - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-51990 UNCLASSIFIED OPERATING - 10,400.00 - 2,000.00 2,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52010 SUPPLIES-OFFICE/PHOTO/ETC 2,888.54 3,200.00 1,930.51 3,200.00 3,200.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52020 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES 23.07 2,200.00 - 1,000.00 1,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52050 UNIFORMS 24,667.75 31,860.00 21,861.70 31,860.00 31,860.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52240 SMALL TOOLS, ETC. 8,939.20 6,500.00 3,629.96 6,500.00 6,500.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52340 SIGNS (EACH UNDER 500) 1,318.96 3,000.00 2,665.43 2,800.00 2,800.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52370 PIPE SUPPLIES 14,444.11 90,000.00 34,122.52 90,000.00 90,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52400 OTHER SUPPLIES 39,936.94 50,000.00 30,652.25 50,000.00 50,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52450 ROCK SUPPLIES 57,570.94 75,000.00 65,137.10 75,000.00 75,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52500 FUELS/LUBRICANTS 102,790.69 100,000.00 74,242.05 125,000.00 125,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52600 MINOR OFF FURN/EQP (NON-CAP) 14,543.00 11,572.00 16,580.66 15,000.00 15,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52610 TECHNOLOGY EQUIP (NON-CAP) 6,623.45 10,320.00 3,492.95 500.00 500.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-52612 MINOR EQUIPMENT (NON-CAP) - - - - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-53110 INTEREST EXPENSE 188,193.08 188,268.00 188,193.08 188,268.00 188,268.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-54000 VEHICLE PURCHASES 86,617.29 491,250.00 - 302,750.00 302,750.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-54110 DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT - - - 10,519.00 10,519.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-54140 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT - - - - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-54200 SPECIALIZED CAPITAL EQUIP 515,162.51 134,190.00 10,352.25 - - 5025-90-0011-000-00000-54400 LAND ACQUISITION 46,821.29 50,000.00 15,154.98 50,000.00 50,000.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-58500 DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 362,832.93 440,106.00 - 523,419.00 523,419.00 5025-90-0011-000-00000-59526 INTRA XFER TO SW CAPITAL FUND - - - - - 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50020 SALARIES AND WAGES 233,411.86 282,715.00 147,974.24 276,779.00 276,779.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50060 OVERTIME 2,936.01 5,000.00 1,607.93 5,000.00 5,000.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50100 EMPLOYER FICA 13,539.85 16,963.00 9,137.96 16,916.00 16,916.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50110 EMPLOYER MEDICARE 3,166.63 4,665.00 2,137.01 4,652.00 4,652.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50120 EMPLOYER SC RETIREMENT 32,133.84 30,675.00 22,963.72 30,589.00 30,589.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50140 EMPLOYER GROUP INSURANCE 39,791.53 36,596.00 - 35,530.00 35,530.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50150 EMPLOYER WORK COMP INS 2,640.59 2,855.00 - 4,370.00 4,370.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50160 EMPLOYER TORT LIAB INS 519.01 602.00 480.00 602.00 602.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-50170 EMPLOYER UNEMPLOYMENT INS - 1,202.00 - 1,198.00 1,198.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51000 ADVERTISING 325.00 250.00 - 250.00 250.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51010 PRINTING 94.34 3,750.00 47.08 750.00 750.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51030 POSTAGE/OTHER CARRIERS - 50.00 - 50.00 50.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51050 TELEPHONE 2,169.50 1,580.00 1,162.49 1,480.00 1,480.00

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT C Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021
Tagged Interests: funding and budget

5025-90-0012-000-00000-51110 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS - 313.00 - 469.00 469.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51120 REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT - 400.00 - 200.00 200.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51140 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1,747.54 960.00 961.05 960.00 960.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 5,000.00 47,074.40 155,000.00 155,000.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51250 AERIAL PHOTOS - 12,500.00 - 12,500.00 12,500.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51295 OTHER VEHICLE OPER COSTS 32.00 100.00 - 100.00 100.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51300 GARAGE REPAIRS MAINT 722.20 2,500.00 279.44 2,500.00 2,500.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51310 BOOKS,SUBS,MEMBERSHIPS 2,718.35 3,941.00 999.99 2,411.00 2,411.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51320 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES 10,287.27 21,301.00 2,533.24 11,750.00 11,750.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51500 VEHICLE INSURANCE 1,358.85 1,600.00 - 1,600.00 1,600.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-51545 INSURANCE - PREPAID (95.75) - 1,019.14 - - 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52010 SUPPLIES-OFFICE/PHOTO/ETC 865.12 1,000.00 450.85 1,000.00 1,000.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52020 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES - 500.00 26.69 500.00 500.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52050 UNIFORMS 665.12 875.00 327.60 1,395.00 1,395.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52400 OTHER SUPPLIES 48.23 200.00 57.73 200.00 200.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52500 FUELS/LUBRICANTS 557.88 1,000.00 59.35 1,000.00 1,000.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52600 MINOR OFF FURN/EQP (NON-CAP) 100.69 300.00 306.23 500.00 500.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-52610 TECHNOLOGY EQUIP (NON-CAP) 2,340.73 1,000.00 - 1,400.00 1,400.00 5025-90-0012-000-00000-54XXX CAPITAL ASSET CLEARING ACCOUNT (612,580.84) - - - - 5025-90-0012-000-00000-58500 DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 3,898.72 3,899.00 - 3,899.00 3,899.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50020 SALARIES AND WAGES 254,187.11 378,026.00 182,741.37 349,137.00 349,137.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50060 OVERTIME 727.54 4,000.00 - 4,000.00 4,000.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50100 EMPLOYER FICA 15,310.85 22,929.00 11,144.51 21,195.00 21,195.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50110 EMPLOYER MEDICARE 3,580.75 6,305.00 2,606.38 5,829.00 5,829.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50120 EMPLOYER SC RETIREMENT 36,516.35 39,746.00 28,434.55 38,328.00 38,328.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50140 EMPLOYER GROUP INSURANCE 40,019.35 65,450.00 - 56,100.00 56,100.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50150 EMPLOYER WORK COMP INS 2,977.15 36,820.00 - 35,049.00 35,049.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50160 EMPLOYER TORT LIAB INS 1,287.37 1,919.00 1,203.00 1,596.00 1,596.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-50170 EMPLOYER UNEMPLOYMENT INS - 1,557.00 - 1,501.00 1,501.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51000 ADVERTISING - 250.00 - 250.00 250.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51010 PRINTING - 150.00 - 150.00 150.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51030 POSTAGE/OTHER CARRIERS 21.70 400.00 8.75 400.00 400.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51050 TELEPHONE 7,038.60 7,532.00 3,154.24 8,231.00 8,231.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51110 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS - 26,781.00 1,130.40 30,293.00 30,293.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51120 REPAIRS TO EQUIPMENT 1,523.96 2,000.00 - 2,000.00 2,000.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51140 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1,095.76 1,100.00 644.21 1,100.00 1,100.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 335,492.20 382,050.00 209,963.56 455,000.00 455,000.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51170 NON-PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 300.00 10,000.00 150.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51295 OTHER VEHICLE OPER COSTS 204.59 500.00 96.70 500.00 500.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51300 GARAGE REPAIRS MAINT 3,860.86 3,250.00 1,240.64 3,950.00 3,950.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51301 INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT (CR) - - (250.00) - - 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51310 BOOKS,SUBS,MEMBERSHIPS 700.00 1,650.00 794.00 875.00 875.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51320 TRAINING AND CONFERENCES 10,329.09 29,475.00 9,613.52 14,600.00 14,600.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51500 VEHICLE INSURANCE 4,471.02 4,089.00 - 3,449.00 3,449.00

No additional detail provided

Tagged Interests: equipment, retirement, contract, seniors, advertising, services, insurance, health insurance, Technology, training, technology, and rental

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Item 12. Beaufort County Proprietary Funds EXHIBIT C Account Description ACTUAL BUDGET YEAR TO DATE REQUESTED BUDGET CA RECOMMENDED BUDGET FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2021 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51540 INSURANCE - OTHER 407.65 714.00 - 977.00 977.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-51545 INSURANCE - PREPAID (801.14) - 3,582.24 - - 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52010 SUPPLIES-OFFICE/PHOTO/ETC 507.37 1,500.00 151.68 1,500.00 1,500.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52020 DATA PROCESSING SUPPLIES 233.38 200.00 - 1,200.00 1,200.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52050 UNIFORMS 2,782.76 2,400.00 1,066.88 2,325.00 2,325.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52240 SMALL TOOLS, ETC. 131.48 500.00 155.09 700.00 700.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52340 SIGNS (EACH UNDER 500) 1,096.43 200.00 75.00 2,600.00 2,600.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52400 OTHER SUPPLIES 360.08 1,500.00 65.17 2,200.00 2,200.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52500 FUELS/LUBRICANTS 9,002.36 7,250.00 5,124.35 10,000.00 10,000.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52600 MINOR OFF FURN/EQP (NON-CAP) 8,708.52 500.00 - 500.00 500.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-52610 TECHNOLOGY EQUIP (NON-CAP) - 3,100.00 - 1,900.00 1,900.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-54000 VEHICLE PURCHASES 30,739.00 32,500.00 - - - 5025-90-0013-000-00000-54110 DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT - 31,000.00 - 10,519.00 10,519.00 5025-90-0013-000-00000-54200 SPECIALIZED CAPITAL EQUIP - 20,000.00 - - - 5025-90-0013-000-00000-58500 DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 28,435.86 30,998.00 - 28,354.00 28,354.00 Subtotal Fund : 5025 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 4,104,058.31 6,511,940.00 2,594,959.29 6,780,011.00 6,780,011.00 Fund : 5026 STORMWATER CAPITAL 5026-90-0011-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - 342,000.00 342,000.00 5026-90-0011-S10-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 58,087.11 248,496.00 36,098.06 248,496.00 248,496.00 5026-90-0011-S11-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 63,254.56 341,820.00 68,737.22 341,820.00 341,820.00 5026-90-0011-S13-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3,800.00 - - - - 5026-90-0011-S14-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 34,673.24 - 28,936.75 840,000.00 840,000.00 5026-90-0011-S14-00000-51170 NON-PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - - - 5026-90-0011-S15-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5,000.00 317,322.00 15,404.00 205,000.00 205,000.00 5026-90-0011-S16-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - 500,000.00 500,000.00 5026-90-0011-S17-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - 43,052.00 43,052.00 5026-90-0011-SW1-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 205,000.00 - - - 5026-90-0011-SW4-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 113,021.94 - - - - 5026-90-0011-SW7-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 55,121.30 462,000.00 6,820.09 600,000.00 600,000.00 5026-90-0011-SW7-00000-51170 NON-PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - 2,600.00 - - 5026-90-0011-SW8-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5,469.60 - - 327.00 327.00 5026-90-0011-SW9-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - - - 20,550.00 20,550.00 5026-90-0012-000-00000-51160 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 342,000.00 - - - Subtotal Fund : 5026 Subgroup : [11] EXPENDITURES 338,427.75 1,916,638.00 158,596.12 3,141,245.00 3,141,245.00
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Subtotal All Funds Presented Subtotal [11] EXPENDITURES 4,442,486.06 8,428,578.00 2,753,555.41 9,921,256.00 9,921,256.00

All Funds Presented Group Total [5025] STORMWATER UTILITY (1,733,930.27) 1,508,119.00 (3,644,381.07) 2,794,262.00 2,794,262.00
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Item 12. Page 1 of 3 ORDINANCE NO. 2020/__ FY 2020-2021 BEAUFORT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE LEVY OF TAX FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES

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FOR BEAUFORT COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2020 AND

ENDING JUNE 30, 2021, AND TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR SAID PURPOSES.
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BE IT ORDAINED BY COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY:

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SECTION 1. TAX LEVY

The County Council of Beaufort County hereby appropriates the funds as detailed in

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Sections 3 and 4 of this Ordinance and establishes the millage rates as detailed in Section 2 of this

Ordinance.
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SECTION 2. MILLAGE

In Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and in accordance with the laws of South Carolina, the County Auditor is hereby authorized and directed to levy a tax on the following mills on the dollar of assessed value of property within the County. School Operations 114.0

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School Bond Debt Service (Principal and Interest) 36.6

The values listed above, in accordance with Section 6-1-320(A)(2) of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended. Allowable Annual Allowable Increase Increase Millage Millage Prior Year Average Population of Millage Of Millage Rate Bank

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Millage CPI Growth Rate Rate Used Balance

2018 113.5 2.13 1.82 3.95 4.5 0.0 6.0 2019 104.6 2.44 1.56 4.20 3.8 9.4 0.4 2020 114.0 1.81 1.72 3.53 4.0 0 4.4 These taxes shall be collected by the County Treasurer, as provided by law, and distributed in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance and subsequent appropriations as may be hereafter passed by the County Council of Beaufort County.
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SECTION 3. SCHOOL OPERATIONS APPROPRIATION

An amount of 254,297,442 is hereby appropriated to the Beaufort County Board of Education to fund school operations. This appropriation is to be spent in accordance with the

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school budget approved by the County Council of Beaufort County, and will be funded from the

following revenue sources:

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A.
149,733,105 to be derived from tax collections;

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B.
93,347,306 to be derived from State revenues;

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C.
690,000 to be derived from Federal revenues;

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D.
1,918,500 to be derived from other local sources;

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E.
7,535,948 to be derived from inter-fund transfers; and

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F.
1,072,583 to be derived from fund balance.

The Beaufort County Board of Education is responsible for ensuring that the school expenditures do not exceed those amounts herein appropriated without first receiving the approval of a supplemental appropriation from County Council.

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SECTION 4. BUDGETARY ACCOUNT BREAKOUT

The line-item budgets submitted by the Beaufort County Board of Education under separate cover for FY 2020-2021 are incorporated herein by reference and shall be part and parcel

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of this Ordinance.

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SECTION 5. OUTSTANDING BALANCE APPROPRIATION

The balance remaining in each fund at the close of the prior fiscal year, where a reserve is not required by State of Federal law, is hereby transferred to the appropriate category of Fund
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Balance of that fund.

SECTION 6. TRANSFERS VALIDATED

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All duly authorized transfers of funds heretofore made from one account to another, or

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from one fund to another during Fiscal Year 2021 are hereby approved.

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SECTION 7. EFFECTIVE DATE

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This Ordinance shall be effective July 1, 2020. Approved and adopted on third and final

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reading this __th day of June, 2020.

COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY BY:____________________________________ Joseph Passiment, Chairman
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Page 3 of 3 APPROVED AS TO FORM: ______________________________ Thomas J. Keaveny, II, County Attorney ATTEST: ______________________________ Sarah Brock, Clerk to Council First Reading, by Title Only: May___, 2020
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Second Reading:

Public Hearings:
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Third and Final Reading: