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Posted: 10/03/2016
 

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LEGAL NOTICE


 


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


 


BEFORE THE SNOHOMISH COUNTY COUNCIL


 


SNOHOMISH COUNTY,WASHINGTON


 


2017 ANNUAL BUDGET


 


and


 


BIENNIAL PUBLIC FORUM


 


WEDNESDAY, October 26, 2016


 


10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.


 


Henry M. Jackson Board Room


 


8th Floor,RobertJ.DrewelBuilding


 


3000 Rockefeller Avenue-Everett,WA


 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Snohomish County Council has introduced proposed Ordinance No. 16-097, adopting the 2017 Annual Budget and making appropriations for


the operation of county agencies and departments and capital improvements for the period beginning January 1, 2017 and ending December 31, 2017, the Executive’s proposed 2017


Annual Budget, and will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., and continuing thereafter as necessary, to consider the


same.


 


In addition, pursuant to Snohomish County Charter Section 2.70, the Snohomish County Council, in conjunction with theCountyExecutive, will be holding the BIENNIAL PUBLIC


FORUM taking public testimony and comment on the operation of any county department.


 


 The hearing will be held in the Henry M. Jackson Board Room located on the 8th Floor of theRobertJ.DrewelBuilding,3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,Washington.


 


ORDINANCE NO. 16-097


 


BE IT ORDAINED:


 


 Section 1. Appropriations. Having considered theCountyExecutive’s proposed 2017 budget, including the Executive’s proposals regarding property tax revenues, the County


Council hereby adopts the budget for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2017, and ending December 31, 2017, at the program levels set forth in Attachment 1, a computerized


compilation of budget detail attached hereto and incorporated as if fully stated herein. In case of conflict, the figures in Attachment 1 shall control over the summary table in section 4.


 


 Section 2. Fire Districts. Pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 49, § 23, Laws ofWashington1982, 1st ex. sess., funding for the fire districts withinSnohomishCountyhas been


fully considered during the budget process. While such districts provide an important service to the residents ofSnohomishCounty, they are independent taxing entities; therefore this


budget does not provide funds for their use.


 


 Section 3. Non-represented Employees.


 


 (a) The base 2017 compensation levels (salaries and wages) of non-represented regular employees (except the elected officials identified in SCC 2.105.010, employees covered by


the Sheriff’s office exempt employees compensation plan established by SCC 3.69.050 and District and Superior Court Judges and Commissioners) that are set by section 1 of this


ordinance include a cost of living adjustment (COLA) to final year 2016 salaries and wages. This COLA granted to non-represented county employees is the same as that granted to


AFSCME union employees in their collective bargaining agreements covering the year 2017 which is an increase of 2.5% effective January 1, 2017.


 


(b) For active non-represented temporary employees who perform duties that are equivalent to those performed by regular employees and who receive a rate of compensation for


such work that is equal to the rate paid for that work done by regular employees, the compensation levels set by section 1 of this ordinance include a cost of living adjustment (COLA)


which shall be determined and paid in a manner equivalent to that set forth in subsection (a) of this section for regular employees.


 


Section 4. Summary Table. The 2017 budget is organized by funds and departments in the following amounts:


 


Fund Fund Name Dept Dept Name Revenue Expense FTE


 


002 General Fund 01 Executive $ 156,490 $ 2,748,016 13.600


 


002 General Fund 02 Legislative $ - $ 4,102,354 24.000


 


002 General Fund 04 Human Services $ - $ 3,609,647 19.500


 


002 General Fund 05 Planning $ 734,745 $ 3,999,434 27.000


 


002 General Fund 07 Office of Hearings Administration $ 489,263 $ 942,985 4.750


 


002 General Fund 09 Parks And Recreation $ 7,418,858 $ 10,830,110 49.750


 


002 General Fund 10 Assessor $ 301,098 $ 7,881,937 62.000


 


002 General Fund 11 Auditor $ 7,465,699 $ 7,447,496 41.000


 


002 General Fund 12 Finance $ 562,573 $ 4,335,126 32.500


 


002 General Fund 13 Human Resources $ 127,790 $ 2,604,864 19.248


 


002 General Fund 16 Nondepartmental $ 170,415,488 $ 12,132,131 1.000


 


002 General Fund 22 Treasurer $ 8,279,698 $ 3,646,437 30.000


 


002 General Fund 24 District Court $ 7,565,468 $ 10,090,159 78.500


 


002 General Fund 30 Sheriff $ 17,205,193 $ 54,757,141 347.000


 


002 General Fund 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ 572,089 $ 16,637,350 122.500


 


002 General Fund 32 Office of Public Defense $ 655,755 $ 9,692,293 8.000


 


002 General Fund 33 Medical Examiner $ 142,230 $ 2,793,350 16.300


 


002 General Fund 36SuperiorCourt $ 1,400,024 $ 21,945,156 163.900


 


002 General Fund 37 Clerk $ 3,425,086 $ 7,543,359 74.850


 


002 General Fund 38 Sheriff’s Corrections Bureau $ 11,300,250 $ 49,668,333 360.250


 


002 General Fund 39 Dept Emergency Management $ 444,555 $ 1,254,675 6.250


 


100 Special Revenue 01 Executive $ 192,510 $ 192,510 0.400


 


100 Special Revenue 09 Parks And Recreation $ 2,553,450 $ 2,553,450 0.850


 


100 Special Revenue 11 Auditor $ 3,500 $ 3,500 0.000


 


100 Special Revenue 16 Nondepartmental $ 1,494,500 $ 1,494,500 0.000


 


100 Special Revenue 30 Sheriff $ 225,000 $ 225,000 0.000


 


100 Special Revenue 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ 107,195 $ 107,195 1.000


 


100 Special Revenue 36SuperiorCourt $ 166,900 $ 166,900 0.000


 


102 County Road 06 Public Works $1 19,459,949 $ 119,459,949 389.000


 


108 Corrections Commissary 38 Sheriff’s Corrections Bureau $ 1,155,001 $ 1,155,001 3.250


 


116 Convention & Performing Arts 09 Parks And Recreation $ 3,627,622 $ 3,627,622 1.650


 


118 Crime Victims / Witness 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ 443,203 $ 443,203 4.000


 


124 Human Services 04 Human Services $ 58,753,096 $ 51,632,112 201.300


 


124 Human Services 20 Pass-Through Grants $ 47,318,415 $ 47,318,415 0.000


 


124 Human Services 24 District Court $ - $ 55,020 0.500


 


124 Human Services 30 Sheriff $ - $ 31,204 0.000


 


124 Human Services 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ - $ 1,124,541 5.000


 


124 Human Services 32 Office of Public Defense $ - $ 769,979 0.000


 


124 Human Services 36 Superior Court $ - $ 3,095,738 10.000


 


124 Human Services 37 Clerk $ - $ 254,320 0.000


 


124 Human Services 38 Sheriff’s Corrections Bureau $ - $ 1,790,182 11.500


 


130 Grant Control 16 Nondepartmental $ 2,073,404 $ 2,073,404 0.000


 


130 Grant Control 18 Facilities Management $ 150,000 $ 150,000 0.000


 


130 Grant Control 21 Airport $ 31,214 $ 31,214 0.000


 


130 Grant Control 30 Sheriff $ 2,949,000 $ 2,949,000 5.750


 


130 Grant Control 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ 4,416,682 $ 4,416,682 35.000


 


130 Grant Control 36 Superior Court $ 2,892,819 $ 2,892,819 24.380


 


130 Grant Control 39 Dept Emergency Management $ 2,571,117 $ 2,571,117 8.250


 


141 Sheriff-Search & Resc Helicopt 30 Sheriff $ 80,000 $ 80,000 0.000


 


142 Sheriff Drug Buy Fund 30 Sheriff $ 876,117 $ 876,117 0.000


 


143 Arson Investigation & Equip 05 Planning $ 3,771 $ 3,771 0.000


 


144 Tax Refund Fund 22 Treasurer $ 5,000 $ 5,000 0.000


 


156 Emerg Svcs Communication Sys 01 Executive $ - $ 486,463 4.000


 


156 Emerg Svcs Communication Sys 16 Nondepartmental $ 9,630,532 $ 9,144,069 0.000


 


180 Evergreen Fairground Cum Reser 09 Parks And Recreation $ 1,764,404 $ 1,764,404 0.000


 


185 Conservation Futures Tax Fund 09 Parks And Recreation $ 6,441,470 $ 6,441,470 6.500


 


186 Auditor’s O & M 11 Auditor $ 1,128,232 $ 1,128,232 2.000


 


189 Elections Equip Cumulative Res 11 Auditor $ 303,220 $ 303,220 0.000


 


190 Sno Cty Tomorrow Cum Res 05 Planning $ 142,081 $ 142,081 1.000


 


191 Real Estate Excise Tax Fund 16 Nondepartmental $ 20,093,746 $ 20,093,746 0.000


 


192 Transportation Mitigation 06 Public Works $ 4,486,000 $ 4,486,000 0.000


 


193 Community Development 05 Planning $ 18,036,392 $ 18,036,392 114.500


 


194 Boating Safety 30 Sheriff $ 112,000 $ 112,000 0.000


 


195 Antiprofiteering Revolving 31 Prosecuting Attorney $ 79,245 $ 79,245 0.000


 


196 Parks Mitigation 09 Parks And Recreation $ 1,884,296 $ 1,884,296 0.000


 


197 Fair Sponsorships & Donations 09 Parks And Recreation $ 439,839 $ 439,839 1.300


 


199 Snohomish Cnty Arts Commission 01 Executive $ 200,000 $ 200,000 0.000


 


215 Limited Tax Debt Service 17 Debt Service $ 26,106,285 $ 26,106,285 0.000


 


218 Road Improvement Dist. 24A 17 Debt Service $ 150,000 $ 150,000 0.000


 


300 Capital Projects Fund 16 Nondepartmental $ 230,000 $ 230,000 0.000


 


300 Capital Projects Fund 18 Facilities Management $ 15,277,317 $ 15,277,317 1.000


 


309 Parks Construction Fund 09 Parks And Recreation $ 11,882,100 $ 11,882,100 11.950


 


311 Facility Construction 18 Facilities Management $ 3,155,167 $ 3,155,167 1.000


 


315 Data Processing Capital 14 Dept. of Information Technology $ 1,537,864 $ 1,537,864 0.000


 


402 Solid Waste Management 06 Public Works $ 64,232,639 $ 64,232,639 134.000


 


410 Airport Operation & Maint. 21 Airport $ 37,724,187 $ 37,724,187 59.000


 


415 Surface Water Management 06 Public Works $ 39,061,506 $ 39,061,506 94.000


 


502 Equipment Rental & Revolving 18 Facilities Management $ 27,238,407 $ 27,238,407 49.000


 


505 Information Services 14 Dept. of Information Technology $ 19,046,385 $ 19,046,385 86.000


 


506 SnohomishCountyInsurance02 Legislative $ - $ 47,098 0.625


 


506SnohomishCountyInsurance 12 Finance $ 13,757,218 $ 10,720,380 8.450


 


506SnohomishCountyInsurance 13 Human Resources $ - $ 56,847 0.500


 


506 SnohomishCountyInsurance31 Prosecuting Attorney $ - $ 2,932,893 18.000


 


507 Pits and Quarries 06 Public Works $ 103,000 $ 103,000 0.000


 


508 Employee Benefit 12 Finance $ 55,204,822 $ 54,917,078 3.050


 


508 Employee Benefit 13 Human Resources $ - $ 287,744 2.752


 


511 Facility Services Fund 18 Facilities Management $ 14,267,950 $ 14,267,950 43.000


 


512 Training & Development 13 Human Resources $ 416,883 $ 416,883 2.000


 


512 Training & Development 16 Nondepartmental $ 467,358 $ 467,358 3.000


 


513 Security Services Fund 30 Sheriff $ 2,270,001 $ 2,270,001 11.000


 


 Totals $ 887,082,363 $ 887,082,363 2861.355


 


 Section 5. FTE Table. Pursuant to the Personnel Cost Policy established by Motion No. 07-691 and Section 6 of this ordinance, the number of FTEs is limited by department


for the year 2017 as set out in the following table:


 


Dept Deptartment Name FTE


 


01 Executive 18


 


02 Legislative 24.625


 


04 Human Services 220.8


 


05 Planning 142.5


 


06 Public Works 617


 


07 Office of Hearings Administration 4.75


 


09 Parks And Recreation 72


 


10 Assessor 62


 


11 Auditor 43


 


12 Finance 44


 


13 Human Resources 24.5


 


14 Dept of Information Technology 86


 


16 Nondepartmental 4


 


Dept Deptartment Name FTE


 


18 Facilities Management 94


 


21 Airport 59


 


22 Treasurer 30


 


24 District Court 79


 


30 Sheriff 363.75


 


31 Prosecuting Attorney 185.5


 


32 Office of Public Defense 8


 


33 Medical Examiner 16.3


 


36 Superior Court 198.28


 


37 Clerk 74.85


 


38 Sheriff’s Corrections Bureau 375


 


39 Dept Emergency Management 14.5


 


 Total 2861.355


 


 Section 6. FTE Limitations. The FTE figures contained in Section 5 constitute the maximum number of FTEs for which funds are appropriated by this ordinance. Unless


otherwise specified in this ordinance, department heads may transfer FTEs between divisions (or programs) within their departments, but FTEs cannot be transferred between


departments or funds unless authorized by the County Council. Council action to authorize such transfers is an administrative act and may be taken by motion. As used in this


ordinance, the term “FTE” has the meaning set forth in SCC 4.26.010.


 


 Section 7. Project Positions. The number of FTEs for which appropriations are made by this ordinance as shown in Section 5 includes the 8.05 “project” positions listed


below. Expenditures of appropriations for these positions may only be made through the indicated end dates. These positions shall not be considered permanent positions


notwithstanding their inclusion in Section 5 of this ordinance.


 


Dept Department Position Title Wage Scale FTE End Date


 


05 Planning PROCESS IMPROVEMENT


 


 SPECIAL PROJECTS DIRECTOR 114 1.0 31-Dec-17


 


09 Parks And Recreation PARK RANGER 234 1.00 31-Dec-18


 


14 Dept. of Information Technology RECORDS SUPPORT IMAGING TECHNICIAN 303 2.00 31-Dec-17


 


18 Facilities Management SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER 112 1.00 31-Dec-18


 


18 Facilities Management PAINTER – TEAMSTER 236 1.00 31-Dec-17


 


21 Airport RECORD SERVICE TECHNICIAN 306 1.00 31-Dec-17


 


30 Sheriff SHERIFF PROGRAM COORDINATOR 239 .75 30-Jun-17


 


33 Medical Examiner MEDICAL INVESTIGATOR II 240 .3 31-Dec-17


 


 TOTAL 8.05


 


 Section 8. Budget notes. The 2017 budget is adopted with the following statements of County Council intent and requests for information or agency action:


 


 (1) Sheriff’s Office Helicopter Program. Over the last three years, the General Fund has provided increasing support to the Sheriff’s Office helicopter program. The Council


requests that Executive, Council and Sheriff staffs work together to evaluate potential future funding sources and costs for the program. The evaluation should include a cost-


benefit analysis of various funding options (e.g., contracting, leasing or owning).


 


 (2) General Fund Subsidy of Grant Positions. In the initial phase of a grant, FTEs are usually fully supported by the grant revenue. Over time, the revenue may not increase


at the same rate as salaries and benefits, and the department or elected office asks that the General Fund subsidize the difference. In order to assist with FY2018 budget


decisions, the Council requests the Department of Finance to review grant-funded FTEs, including funding history and current General Fund subsidy. This review should be


completed by March 31, 2017.


 


 (3) Impact of District Court Calendaring on Indigent Defense Costs. Per the caseload standards, the current number of District Court misdemeanor cases with indigent


defendants requires six public defense attorneys. However, per the contract with the Public Defenders Association, the minimum number of public defense attorneys used is


ten due to “logistics” (e.g., the four locations and the number of calendars). The Council requests that the Executive, Council, Prosecutor, Office of Public Defense and District


Court staffs work together to evaluate whether there exist opportunities for reducing the number of calendars and reduce costs.


 


Public Testimony: Anyone interested may testify concerning the above-described matters. The Chair of the Council may choose to limit testimony to three minutes in the interest


of accommodating all persons wishing to testify. Written testimony is encouraged and may be sent to the office of the County Council at the following address: Snohomish


County Council,3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 609,Everett,WA98201. Faxed documents may be sent to (425) 388-3496 or E-mailed to www.contact.council@snoco.org.


 


Where to Get Copies of the Proposed Ordinance: Copies of the full Ordinance are available in the office of the County Council. They may be obtained by calling (425) 388-3494,


1-(800) 562-4367 x3494, TDD (425) 388-3700 or E-mail to contact.council@snoco.org. Copies may be picked up at the Council office at3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,


WA or will be mailed upon request.


 


Website Access: The ordinance can also be accessed through the County Council’s website at: http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/2134/Council-Hearings-Calendar.


 


American Disabilities Act Notice: Accommodations for persons with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please make arrangements one week prior to the hearing by


calling Debbie Eco at (425) 388-3494, 1-800-562-4367 x 3494, or TDD # 388-3700.


 


Dated this 28th day of September, 2016.


 


 /s/ Debbie Eco, CMC


 


 Clerk of the Council


 


104473


 


Published: October 3, 10, 2016.


 


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See PDF at: http://50.47.68.138/classified/legals/pdf/2016/1705014.pdf

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