Tompkins County
New York

Resolution
2017-164

Revenue Adjustment for Balancing Incentives Program New York Connects Expansion and Enhancement and Budget Transfers Necessary to Fund One (1) Full-time Information Aide within Tompkins County Office for the Aging

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Department:Office for the AgingSponsors:
Category:FiscalFunctions:Office for the Aging

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WHEREAS, pursuant to Administrative Manual Policy 05-02, Section 4.02 B, All budget adjustments over $5,000 must be reviewed and upon the recommendation of the Director of Finance must be approved by the program committee of the budgeting unit and by the Legislature, and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Administrative Manual Policy 05-02, Section 4.01 A, Transfers from program accounts to personnel lines may require further explanation and are made at the discretion of the Director of Finance and notification to the County Administrator, as well as optional approval or disapproval by the appropriate program committee, and

 

WHEREAS, the County Office for the Aging, hereafter known as COFA, has received a 2017 Notification of Grant Awards that results in a $38,574 decrease in funding in the Balancing Incentives Program New York Connects Expansion and Enhancement, and

 

WHEREAS, COFA has deemed it necessary to cut one position on its staff and to decrease Program Expense funding in order to accommodate the decrease, and

 

WHEREAS, COFA has within its means funding to sustain one full-time Information Aide, now therefore be it

 

RESOLVED, on recommendation of the Health and Human Services Committee, That the Director of Finance is hereby directed to make the following adjustments:

 

Office for the Aging Budget Adjustments

 

Revenue Account              Title              Amt              Approp Acct              Title              Amt

 

A6797-43803              State Revenue              $-38,574              A6797-51000081              Salary              $-10,099.62

                                          A6797-52230              Comp. Softw.              -353.70

                                          A6797-54400              Prog. Exp.              -24,798.68

                                          A6797-58800              Fringes              -3,322.00

 

Office for the Aging Budget Transfers

 

From:  Expenditure Account              Amount              To:  Expenditure Account

 

A6797-51000081              Salary              $1,901.68              A6797-51000214              Salary              $4,702

A6797-54412              Travel/Training              2,800.32             

 

A6777-54400              Program Expense              $7,241              A6777-51000214              Salary              $5,049

                                          A6777-58800              Fringes              2,192             

 

SEQR ACTION: TYPE II-20

 

Meeting History

Aug 21, 2017 4:30 PM  Health and Human Services Committee Regular Meeting
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Ms. Holmes explained that all Office for the Aging county offices statewide had funding cuts in the NY Connects program. She had anticipated there would be cuts made to this program and budgeted very conservatively, but the cuts were more than expected. The decrease in funding this year and the projected cut for next year has made it necessary to reclass a position from Long Term Care Specialist to Information Aide at a much lower salary. That has taken place in the past few months.

RESULT:RECOMMENDED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Carol Chock, Member
SECONDER:Leslyn McBean-Clairborne, Vice Chair
AYES:Anna Kelles, Leslyn McBean-Clairborne, Will Burbank, Carol Chock
EXCUSED:Peter Stein
Sep 5, 2017 5:30 PM Media Tompkins County Legislature Regular Meeting
RESULT:ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Anna Kelles, Member
SECONDER:Dooley Kiefer, Member
AYES:Will Burbank, Carol Chock, James Dennis, Rich John, Anna Kelles, Dooley Kiefer, Daniel Klein, Michael Lane, Leslyn McBean-Clairborne, Martha Robertson, David McKenna, Glenn Morey, Michael Sigler, Peter Stein