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Commissioners receive financial update

By: Erin Smith

Bladen County Seal with In God We Trust 1The Bladen County Board of Commissioners met on Monday and received the financial report for the  period ending April 30, 2016, from Finance Director Lisa Coleman.

She told the board that as of April 30, the county has collected 85.29 percent of the budgeted revenues for FY 2015-16. The county has spent has 79.29 percent fo the revenues collected. The county is showing year-to-date revenues of $38,669,342 and year-to-date expenditures in the amount of $35,952,046. The county budget currently has a fund balance of $2,717,297.

Coleman told the board that she has separated the jail revenues and expenditures out form the rest fo the county revenue to make it easier for the board to understand. On the jail project, Coleman said the county has collected 97.91 percent of the jail revenues and has spent 6.8 percent. The budget shows actual revenues for the jail project to be $21,506,976 as of April 30 and the expenditures to be  $1,494,540 for a fund balance of $20,012,436.

The solid waste fund has received 88.68 percent of the budgeted revenue and spent 84.75 percent of those revenues. The budget shows actual revenues for the solid waste fund to be $2,012,643 as of April 30 and the expenditures to be $1,923,553 for a fund balance of $89,090.

The emergency telephone fund has received 29.94 percent of the budgeted revenues and spent  58.14 percent. The budget shows actual revenues for the solid waste fund to be $140,020 as of April 30 and the expenditures to be $271,966 for a fund balance decrease of $131,946.

The water department has received 87.07 of the budgeted revenues and spent 49.46 percent. The budget shows actual revenues for the solid waste fund to be $1,837,946  as of April 30 and the expenditures to be $1,044,072 for a fund balance decrease of $793,874.

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