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County Treasurer's Abstract Statement

 

October 6, 2022



Census:

ENTITY: Crook County Treasurer

COUNTY: CROOK

CURRENT PRIMARY MAILING ADDRESS:

P.O. Box 160

Sundance

WY

82729

REPORT YEAR: 2022

PART I : TAXES - ALL FUNDS

F-66 (WY-1) County Treasurer's Abstract Statement

TAXES Omit Cents

Item Description Total Collected

(a) County portion of

(b)

Property taxes collected 13,337,855 2,119,215

Delinquent taxes collected 467,147 71,642

Penalties and interest 18% 66,224 10,115

One-half percent collection fee retained 1,743 1,743

Proceeds of tax sales - include cost of tax sales 1,020 1,020

Resort district taxes

Economic development taxes

Capital facility - 1% option 1,804,607 360,921

County option 1% - General Revenue 1,031,237 1,031,237

Enhanced 911 76,856 76,856

Lodging tax (Total collected) 218,550

Motor vehicle registration fees includes apportioned an nonapportioned 2,873,569 407,792

Occupational and business licenses and permits 29,340 29,340

Nonbusiness licenses and permits

TOTAL TAXES 19,908,148 4,109,881

Taxes for education - Enter here the amount of your county's 6 mil school tax 1,659,743

PART II : INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE

A. DIRECT FEDERAL AID - Funds received by Federal Check or Warrant only

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Item Description Total Collected

(a) County portion of

(b)

Airport

PILT 836,606 836,606

Federal - Road and Bridge

community services block Grant

Bankhead-Jones 436 436

Wildlife Refuge (indicate Federal agency)

Disaster Assistance – FEMA

BLM grants

Prisoner care

Other - Specify

Best Beginnings, BT, EMPG, Fire Assist, CMAQ, Health Officer, VOCA, SFA, Prevention, DCI, Court Technology, MCH Emerg Prep, COVID Survellance 447,344 447,344

TOTAL FEDERAL AID 1,284,386 1,284,386

B. STATE AID

Education

General local government support

4% sales and use tax 1,337,277 1,337,277

Mineral severance tax 111,494 111,494

Railroad car tax 13,186 2,818

Cigarette tax 23,231 23,231

Veteran's Exemption 88,905 12,817

Indian Exemption

Appropriation from Legislature 549,724 549,724

Lottery and Pari-Mutuel Funds 50,583 50,583

All other amounts per definition of C30

Total general local government support 2,174,400 2,087,944

Health and hospitals

Highway

Gas tax 256,081 256,081

County roads 337,968 337,968

Total highway 594,049 594,049

Housing and community development

Community development block grant

Natural resources (Fire control)

Public welfare

Sewerage

Water supply systems

Electric power systems

Gas supply systems

Public mass transit systems

All other State aid (except employee retirement system aid)

Special fuels tax 414,035 414,035

US forest reserve 185,211 175,951

Taylor Grazing Act 14,998

State loan and investment board grants

Livestock - predatory animal control 76,288

All other amounts per definition of C89 74,590 74,590

Subtotal All other State aid (except employee retirement system aid) 765,122 664,576

TOTAL STATE AID 3,533,571 3,346,569

C. FROM OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Education

General local government support

Health and hospitals

Highways

Housing and community development

Public welfare

Sewerage

Utilities

Water supply systems

Electric power systems

Gas supply systems

Public mass transit systems

All other local government revenue 395,045 395,045

TOTAL OTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 395,045 395,045

PART III : MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

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Item Description Total Collected

(a) County portion of

(b)

Special Assessments 45,812

Sale of property

Housing and community development

Other county property 109 109

Interest earnings 15,919 14,240

Fines and forfeitures 271,922

Rents 5,370 5,370

Royalties

Donations from private sources 158,628 158,628

Miscellaneous general revenue 188,616 188,616

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 686,376 366,963

PART IV : CHARGES FOR SERVICES

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Item Description Total Collected

(a) County portion of

(b)

Airport transportation

Highway charges

Housing and community development

Parking facilities

Parks and recreation

Solid waste management fees

All other general current charges 334,065 334,065

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES 334,065 334,065

TOTAL REVENUE 26,141,591 9,836,909

PART V : INDEBTEDNESS

A. Long-term debt - Bonds, mortgages, etc. with an original term of more than one year issued in the name of your government or of particular agencies. Exclude lease purchase installment contracts and amounts for compensated absences.

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Debt Outstanding at beginning of fiscal year Issued during fiscal year Retired during fiscal year Outstanding at end of fiscal year

Public debt for privately owned housing or industrial or business purpose

All other purposes

B. Short-term (interest-bearing) debt - Tax-anticipation notes, bond-anticipation notes, interest-bearing warrants, and other obligations with a term of one year or less. Exclude accounts payable and other noninterest-bearing obligations.

1. Amount outstanding at beginning of fiscal year

2. Amount outstanding at end of fiscal year

C. Interest on Debt - Amount of interest paid, including any interest on short-term or nonguaranteed obligations as well as general obligations. Include capitalized interest paid on construction loans.

VI : DISBURSEMENTS

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A. COUNTY WARRANTS PAID 11,098,966

B. DISBURSED TO COUNTY BOARDS (Not districts)

Airport board

Cemetery board

Fair board 75,832

Fire board

Hospital board

Library board 600,120

Museum board

Recreation board

911 board

Other - Specify

TOTAL DISBURSED TO COUNTY BOARDS 675,952

REMARKS

VII : CASH AND INVESTMENTS ASSETS

NOTE - Report all cash and investments owned by the county using the following classifications. Please note in the a, b, c descriptions which fund types are applicable in each fund balance classification. Securities should be reported at market value as of the end of the fiscal year.

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Cash and investments Total

A. Non-spendable Fund Balance – Cannot be spent because it is not in spendable form or legally/contractually required to remain intact.

a. Escrow

b.

c.

B. Restricted Fund Balance – Constraints externally imposed or constrained by enabling legislation which has legal enforceability.

a. Grant Funds 531,586

b. E911, Abandon Vehicles 15,511

c.

C. Committed Fund Balance – Amounts only allowed for a specific purpose pursuant to constraints of formal action by highest level of entity authority. Such purpose cannot be changed except by the same type of action (i.e., legislation, resolution, and ordinance.)

a. Held for Distribution 2,560,289

b. Held for Others 915,154

c.

D. Assigned Fund Balance – Amounts constrained by government’s intent to be used for specific purpose, but not restricted or committed.

a. Cash Reserve 3,368,514

b. Depreciation Reserve 335,103

c. Road Funds 2,683,634

E. Unassigned – Fund balance is the residual classification for the general fund and includes all amounts not contained in the other classifications.

a. General Funds 3,417,614

b. Postage 188

c.

Total 13,827,593

REMARKS

DATA SUPPLIED BY

Name of Official: Tammy Jundt

Title: Treasurer

Phone: 307-283-1244

Fax: 307-283-1044

Email: [email protected]

Publish: October 6, 2022

 
 

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