Lee County, Virginia

 

News:

The Lee County Hospital Authority will meet in a Special Meeting on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. in Washington DC at the Offices of Senator Mark R. Warner to update Senator Warner, Senator Tim Kaine, and Congressman Morgan Griffith, as well as a number of federal and state agencies, on the efforts of the Authority to re-open a hospital in Lee County.”

 

 

 

Fundraising efforts have begun for the 2nd Annual Lee County RAM Event.

If you would like to donate money to help make this a successful event, use the link below

www.gofundme.com/leecoram

or

make check payable to: The Health Wagon, Lee County Ram;

PO BOX 367 Jonesville, VA 24263

 

 

If you would like to volunteer to work this event, use the link below.

 

http://ramvolunteers.org

 

The Lee County RAM Health Expedition will be held September 12 and 13, 2015 at the Lee County Airport.

 

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PUBLIC HEARING

        
          The Lee County Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed County 
Budget at 5:00 p.m. on June 16, 2015 in the General District Courtroom of the Lee County Courthouse 
in Jonesville, Virginia.  Any citizen of the County is welcome to attend and state their views on this
proposed budget.
          This summary is prepared and published for information and fiscal planning purposes only. 
Please be aware that inclusion in the Budget of any item does not constitute an obligation or 
commitment on the part of the Board of Supervisors of Lee County to appropriate any funds for the
item or purpose.  A Budget for the Fiscal Year commencing July 1, 2015 will be adopted by the 
Lee County Board of Supervisors no later than June 30, 2015.
 
GENERAL COUNTY FUND
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE
GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL ADMINISTRATION:
Legislative 149,595
Water & Sewer-Prison 1,457,887
General/Financial Administration 301,175
Legal Services 32,889
Auditing 67,500
Commissioner of the Revenue 326,748
Property Reassessment 49,377
Treasurer 265,009
Board of Elections 190,915
Central Garage 131,668
JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION:
Courts 671,507
Commonwealth's Attorney 475,892
PUBLIC SAFETY:
Law Enforcement and Traffic Control 4,307,298
Fire and Rescue Services 345,111
Enhanced 911 353,121
Inspections 87,328
Other Protections 237,007
Roads 500
HEALTH AND WELFARE 378,692
EDUCATION-MTN. EMPIRE COMM. COLLEGE 22,410
PARKS, RECREATION, AND TOURISM 102,278
LIBRARY 222,082
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING 232,930
EXTENSION OFFICE 59,902
MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS 273,331
DANIEL BOONE SOIL & WATER/RC&D PROGRAM 28,500
MISCELLANEOUS AND CONTINGENCY 50,000
SUBTOTAL, GENERAL COUNTY FUND EXPENDITURE 10,820,652
CAPITAL PROJECTS 1,850,000
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 1,437,149
TRANSFERS:
Debt Service 196,185
Local Share - School Fund 4,878,669
Local Share - Public Assistance/Social Services 1,292,948
GRAND TOTAL GENERAL COUNTY FUND 20,475,603
PUBLIC SERVICES:
Estimated Social Services Expenditures-State Share 7,082,972
Estimated Headstart Expenditures - Federal 1,370,586
Estimated School Expenditures-Federal, State, & Other 34,088,037
GRAND TOTAL ALL FUND EXPENDITURES 63,017,198
GENERAL COUNTY FUND
SOURCE OF REVENUE
REAL PROPERTY TAX:
   Current Real Estate Taxes 5,194,000
   Delinquent Real Estate Taxes 250,000
   Land Redemption 110,000
   Mineral Under Development 13,500
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION  435,000
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX:
   Current Taxes 1,495,000
   Delinquent Taxes 113,000
   PPTRA Reimbursement 798,646
MOBILE HOME TAX:
   Current Taxes 78,000
   Delinquent Taxes 10,050
MACHINERY AND TOOLS 567,500
MERCHANTS CAPITAL 68,500
BUSINESS PROPERTY 212,000
PENALTY AND INTEREST 297,000
SALES TAX 1,305,000
UTILITY TAX 439,000
STATE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TAX 422,000
BANK FRANCHISE 55,000
MOTOR VEHICLE TAX 559,000
TAX ON WILLS 2,500
AMUSEMENT TAX 200
HOTEL/MOTEL TAX 2,000
COAL SEVERANCE TAX 10,000
OIL AND GAS SEVERANCE TAX 9,000
ANIMAL LICENSES 1,500
TRANSFER FEES 800
BUILDING PERMITS 18,000
COURT FINES-LOCAL 2,800
RENT-BUILDING 58,686
INTEREST AND EARNINGS 27,000
COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY FEES 3,000
SHERIFF'S FEES 2,100
COURTHOUSE MAINTENANCE FEES 6,000
COURTHOUSE SECURITY FEES 32,000
SALE OF MAPS, SURVEYS 150
ZONING FEES 3,500
CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE FEES 7,500
WATER & SEWER FEES-PRISON 1,520,000
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 181,463
PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES 200,000
MOBILE HOMES TITLING 80,000
ROLLING STOCK 108,000
RECORDATION FEES 20,000
COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY EXP. 388,541
SHERIFF EXP. 1,447,424
VICTIM/WITNESS ADVOCATE GRANT 50,929
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE GRANT 36,056
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER GRANT 37,500
REGISTRAR EXP. 34,250
COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE EXP. 114,252
TREASURER EXP. 88,424
ELECTORAL BOARD 5,764
CLERK EXPENSES 299,475
EMERGENCY SERVICES 81,600
CLERK'S FEES 61,500
RENTAL TAX 3,200
OTHER CATEGORICAL AID 10,500
TIPPING FEES 145,000
REIMBURSEMENTS 98,360
TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE 17,621,170
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE-SOCIAL SERVICES 7,082,972
SCHOOL FUND REVENUES (FEDERAL,STATE,OTHER) 34,088,037
HEADSTART 1,370,586
MISCELLANEOUS PROJECT GRANTS 375,000
RURAL DEVELOPMENT LOAN PROCEEDS 1,300,000
TRANSFER FROM RESERVE 1,179,433
GRAND TOTAL ALL REVENUES 63,017,198


COYOTE BOUNTY

Effective November 1, 2014, the Lee County Board of Supervisors has reinstated a $25.00 bounty on female coyotes killed in Lee County.  Only Lee County residents or property owners are eligible to collect the bounty.  All carcasses must be submitted to the Lee County Animal Control office for verification.  Payment of the bounty is subject to available funding.

 

 

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