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 FY2010 Operating/Capital Budget

The FY2010 Budget Process begins with the Superintendent submitting the recommended Fiscal Year 2010 operating and capital budgets to the Board of Education.  Please peruse the documents below for detailed budget information. 

Budget Documents

FY2010 Approved Budget

View additional information on the 2010 Budget adopted by the Board



Kevin M. Maxwell, Ph.D.
Superintendent

 

Board of Education Requested 2010 Operating & Capital Budgets

Entire FY2010 Budget materials  (above)

Superintendent’s Recommended FY2010 Operating and Capital Budgets - Board Workshop presentation  - February 2, 2009

Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Presentation
Kevin M. Maxwell, Ph.D., Superintendent of Schools
December 17, 2008

 

Superintendent's Recommended 2010 Operating & Capital Budgets

 Entire FY2010 Budget materials  (above)

Previous Year's Budget Information

FY2009 budget 
FY2008 budget 

 

 
 
 

The 3 Stages of Budget Approval
 

The Board of Education reviews the budget as recommended by the Superintendent. The Board may make changes at this time.

The County Executive reviews the budget as recommended by the Board of Education. Again, the County Executive may make changes during this stage.

The County Executive’s proposed budget is reviewed by the County Council, who has the final authority to make changes. The County Council’s approved final budget is then provided to the Board of Education. 

We strongly encourage county 
residents to participate in 
each of these stages!
 

 

AACPS Budget Process

Superintendent's Recommended 
FY2010 Budget
Board of Education's Recommended FY2010 Budget County Executive's Recommended FY2010 Budget
Reviewed and Approved by the  Anne Arundel County Board of Education Reviewed and Approved by the County Executive Reviewed and Approved by the County Council

Dec 08

Jan 09 Feb 09

Mar 09-Apr 09

May 09

 June 09

Superintendent submits recommended FY09 Operating & Capital Budgets to the Board of Education 


Public Hearings 


Board of Education Workshops


 Board of Education approves the budget


Board of Education approves Operating & Capital Budgets forwarded to the County Executive


County Executive’s recommended Operating & Capital Budgets forwarded to County Council


Mid-May
County Council holds Public hearings


County Council's deadline to approve final budget

What happens: What happens: What happens:

The Board of Education may approve the Superintendent’s recommended budget as it stands, reduce or expand it.

 During March and April, the County Executive reviews the recommended budget submitted by the Board of Education. He may approve the budget as it stands, reduce it, or shift funds from one budget item to another  The County Council has one month to review the County Executive’s proposed budget. The Council may approve the budget as it stands, reduce it or restore funds cut by the County Executive. 

In June, the County Council will pass the budget
How you Can Participate: How you Can Participate: How you Can Participate:
 The public is invited to voice their comments about the proposed budget directly to the Board of Education at two public hearings. County residents are also invited to attend the Board of Education workshops.

No public testimony is taken at the workshops. Rather, they provide an opportunity to hear staff and Board members discuss issues affecting the budget. 

There are no public discussions with the County Executive at the time, however, county residents are encouraged to communicate their views to the County Executive via phone, letter or email during this time.

The County Council will schedule three public hearings in mid-May to hear residents’ comments on the proposed budget.