Budget Office Supplements
Florida Statutes require that budget supplements authorized by resolution or ordinance be posted on the county website within five days after adoption. The resolution uses terms like revenues and appropriations to describe "from what source" and "for
what use," respectively. Fund names and numbers are assigned to each fund source and/or fund use, immediately followed by the "budget major(s)," which are the categories or revenues and/or expenditures, affected by the arrangement. As required in
governmental accounting, and to ensure a balanced budget, revenues and appropriations must remain equal. Posted in compliance with Senate Bill 224, Section 8 which amends s. 129.06, F.S.
The Board of County Commissioners, in regular session on April 7, 2020 adopted Resolution No. 2020-030 approving the Supplemental Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020, and approved the budget changes and such actions as are necessary to implement the adopted changes.
The Board of County Commissioners, in regular session on April 6, 2021 adopted Resolution No. 21-040 approving the Supplemental Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021, and approved the budget changes and such actions as are necessary to implement the adopted changes.
The following documents include the budget changes that were approved by the Board of County Commissioners.
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