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Merrimack County Budget Resolution for the 12 Months Ending December 31, 2019

I. Be it resolved by the Merrimack County Convention duly convened that the only sums hereinafter listed in this resolution are hereby appropriated to be paid out of the County treasury for the purposes specified and for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2019 as follows:

1 Debt Service $ 5,296,588
2 Delegation   7,800
3 Commissioners   50,711
4 Administration   839,166
5 Finance   473,870
6 Information Technology   594,158
7 Purchasing   353,524
8 County Attorney   3,180,349
9 Medical Referee   45,000
10 Pre-Trial/Diversion   1,155,105
11 Domestic Violence Grant   100,360
12 Register of Deeds   775,461
13 Sheriff Department   2,789,017
14 Sheriff Dispatch   849,450
15 Court Security   797,604
16 Sobreity Checkpoint Grant   3,142
17 Speed Enforcement Patrol Grant   3,434
18 JAG Grant   104,765
19 Federal Equitable Sharing Forfeiture   1,000
20 Homeland Security & Emergency Mgmt.   14,000
21 Stop School Violence Grant   109,929
22 Juvenile Services   571,442
23 Visitation Center   423,928
24 Visitation Access Grant   43,288
25 Merrimack County Advocacy   422,770
26 Grant Agencies   435,859
27 Alternative Care & Nursing Home Care   13,957,000
28 Nursing Home   34,431,722
29 Gerrish Manor   994,721
30 Corrections Department   15,114,822
31 Carl Perkins Grant   5,615
32 Facilities Department   3,848,104
33 UNH Cooperative Extension   453,197
34 Community Development Block Grant   100,000
35 Other   1,198,454
36 Courthouse   325,000
  TOTAL $ 89,870,355

II. Be it further resolved that only the sums hereinafter listed in this resolution are hereby adopted as revenue estimates from the sources indicated as follows.

1 Finance $ 225,000
2 County Attorney   198,594
3 Domestic Violence Grant   30,000
4 Registry of Deeds   1,358,500
5 Sheriff     733,500
6 Sheriff Dispatch   327,083
7 Sobriety Checkpoint Grants   3,142
8 Speed Enforcement Patrol Grant   3,434
9 JAG Grant   104,594
10 Federal Equitable Sharing Forfeiture   1,000
11 Homeland Security & Emergency Mgmt.    14,000
12 Stop School Violence Grant   82,462
13 Juvenile Services   34,000
14 Visitation Center   3,000
15 Visitation Access Grant   43,288
16 Merrimack County Advocacy   141,500
17 Alternative Care & Nursing Home Care   125,000
18 Nursing Home   32,808,217
19 Gerrish Manor   870,030
20 Corrections   1,246,006
21 Carl Perkins Grant   5,615
22 Facilities    94,940
23 UNH Cooperative Extension   42,285
24 Community Development Block Grant   100,000
25 Other Revenue    284,153
26 Fund Balance    3,700,000
27 Courthouse    325,000
  REVENUE OTHER THAN TAXES $ 42,904,343
 
 
III. Be it further resolved that the total appropriations for 2019 in excess of the total estimated revenues in the amount of $46,966,012 and the Merrimack County Treasurer shall issue a warrant to the several towns and cities in the County for this amount pursuant to NH RSA 29:ll.