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RES 1972-04 REVENUE SHARING STATE OF MONTANA DEPARTMENT ❑F PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MAIL: CAPITOL STATION HELENA 596017 �� d OFF J� ICES: Augus t 8, 1972 1716 NINTH AVENUE 406 449 Mr. Vince Capp Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Boulder, Montana 59632 Dear Vince: As requested in our telephone conversation this date, I am enclosing a copy of the resolution suggested by the Montana Association of County Commissioners and the State Examiners Office. It is my understanding that the adoption of this resolution will allow you to spend the expected allocation from the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, providing it is passed. Let me know if I can assist you. Sincerely, COMMISSIONERS 6 " FORREST H. ANDERSON Drew D awson GOVERNOR Grants Specialist PERRY F- ROYS D / CHAIRMAN AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ROSS W. CANNON HELENA FRANK CRISAFULLI GLENOIVE DALE C, HAWKINS BILLINGS W. L- BILL H0LTER GREAT FALLS JOHN RUFFATTO MIS SO ULA MACC N E FROM THE MONTANA ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Vol. 1 No. 6 Helena, Montana 59601 August, 1972 REVENUE SHARING From the Washington reports, it appears that the Revenue Sharing proposal will become reality this year. The question remains, how to budget the funds to allow expenditure of the allocations. The State - rRaminers Office recommends adoption of a resolution similar to the following: WHEREAS, The United States Government has informed the counties of Montana that the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972 (H.R. 14370) may become law and, WHEREAS, there is contained in said law, the provisions for expenditures by the local government of revenues to be allocated to each county, and WHEREAS, the county of ,�ef��rnn , Montana is required to budget for expenditures, and TIHEREAS, the total approDriation to the county of , Montana, for the fiscal year of 1972 -1973, under the H.R. 1437 is not available, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the county of Jefferson , Montana, appropriates the H.R. 14370 revenue to be expended under the provisions of the act: (1) Maintenance and operating expenses fox: (A) public safety (including law enforcement, fire protection, and building code enforcement), (B) environmental. protection (including sewage disposal, sanitation and pollution a:)atement) and (C) public transportation (including transit systems, roads, and streets), and (2) Capital expenditures for (A) sewage collection and treatment, (B) refuse disposal systems, and (C) public transportation (including transit systems and road construction). In the case of the capital expenditure items, it is intended that the Federal funds provided by this sub -title be used only to defray non - recurring expenditure needs. .,� � i � 1 '" �. (� 1 ' \ \\ r r � �' r .�.. � � ,w �� r � �► �' � � N �