• CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT 2007/2008 ADOPTED BUDGET SUMMARY


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    • Abstract: CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT 2007/2008 ADOPTED BUDGET SUMMARYGENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES AND OTHER OUTGOCOMBINED RESTRICTED AND UNRESTRICTED ACCOUNTSThe following chart summarizes Cajon Valley Union School District 2007/2008 budgeted expenditures by object, or

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CAJON VALLEY UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT 2007/2008 ADOPTED BUDGET SUMMARY
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES AND OTHER OUTGO
COMBINED RESTRICTED AND UNRESTRICTED ACCOUNTS
The following chart summarizes Cajon Valley Union School District 2007/2008 budgeted expenditures by object, or
type of expenditure. The chart also includes 2006/2007 budgeted and projected actual expenditures as of June,
2007. The column labeled "F.T.E. Positions" indicates the number of full time equivalent positions budgeted for the
salary category listed.
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
1101 Classroom Teacher $51,930,009 $51,667,867 785.05 $52,521,635 796.65
1102 Resource Teacher 575,273 609,287 9.80 368,281 8.80
1103 Home Tutor 106,000 100,802 118,080
1108 Summer School Teacher 472,794 428,042 512,670
1191 Teacher Release 304,630 321,372 386,533
1192 Substitute Teacher 1,006,042 983,043 996,540
1193 Additional Teacher 3,482,501 3,167,972 2,216,989
1199 Certificated Reserve 800,000
1100 CLASSROOM TEACHER SALARIES 57,877,249 57,278,385 794.85 57,920,728 805.45
1202 Nurse 420,087 398,282 6.20 369,265 6.21
1203 Psychologist 1,079,647 1,060,544 14.62 1,036,952 14.10
1204 Counselor 882,677 711,548 10.60 593,264 10.50
1208 Summer School Pupil Support 15,330 14,687 14,687
1293 Additional Pupil Support 20,025 14,372 15,100
1200 CERTIFICATED SUPPORT SALARIES 2,417,766 2,199,433 31.42 2,029,268 30.81
1301 Principal 2,773,834 2,691,168 25.50 2,692,820 25.50
1302 Assistant Principal 954,750 864,754 9.50 918,393 10.00
1310 Principal on Special Assignment 113,092 111,520 1.16 113,806 1.01
1311 Coordinator 677,777 687,343 6.90 678,700 6.90
1318 Superintendent 189,858 189,859 1.00 198,403 1.00
1319 Assistant Superintendent 289,476 289,842 2.00 295,318 2.00
1321 Certificated Director 241,088 237,937 1.90 238,579 1.90
1393 Additional Administrator 21,680 13,268 16,025
1300 CERTIFICATED ADMINISTRATOR SAL. 5,261,555 5,085,691 47.96 5,152,044 48.31
1902 Certificated Facilitator 1,094,134 1,005,438 14.29 977,407 14.49
1908 Summer School Facilitator 42,186 45,756 34,551
1922 Certificated Board Member 4,800 4,800 4,800
1925 Certificated Consultant 53,598 40,953 22,835
1990 Retiree Incentive 1,477,475 1,477,475 702,947
1993 Other Cert Additional Time 16,352 14,352
1900 OTHER CERTIFICATED SALARIES 2,688,545 2,588,774 14.29 1,742,540 14.49
1000 TOTAL: CERTIFICATED SALARIES 68,245,115 67,152,283 888.52 66,844,580 899.06
2101 Instructional Aide 77,332 70,782 2.69 21,833 1.38
2103 SECA Trainee 223,230 99,879 147,381
2104 Bilingual SECA 285,973 287,110 10.08 289,885 10.08
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
2105 Special Education Classroom Aide 2,764,864 2,859,458 114.45 3,051,740 114.45
2107 Computer Instruction Aide 22,878 22,878 0.81 0.81
2108 Summer School Aide 142,259 126,734 125,972
2110 English Language Dev Assistant 323,234 218,424 9.17 199,505 8.51
2111 Health Care Technician 16,344 16,219 0.53 17,161 0.53
2112 Behavioral Learning Specialist 61,399 61,399 2.25 64,440 2.25
2115 Bilingual Child Dev Assistant 66,848 66,848 2.37 70,000 2.37
2116 ALC Instructional Aide 72,282 40,453 1.62 22,963 0.98
2118 Computer Lab Instructional Assistant 75,314 63,197 1.51 65,303 1.51
2120 Extended Day Program Lead Worker 630,953 630,953 25.13 741,009 28.13
2121 Extended Day Program Assistant 175,373 175,373 6.47 178,655 6.47
2122 Extended Day Program Aide 343,276 343,275 20.73 408,718 23.79
2191 Instructional Aide Release 438 438 438
2192 Substitute Instructional Aide 321,043 344,237 326,123
2193 Additional Instructional Aide 330,712 333,475 301,581
2194 Overtime Instructional Aide 61,163 61,364 65,609
2100 INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT SALARIES 5,994,915 5,822,496 197.81 6,098,316 201.26
2201 Health Aide 338,006 332,122 11.66 334,193 11.19
2208 Summer School Time 1,600 1,486 1,486
2210 Transportation Scheduler 55,290 55,290 1.00 48,582 1.00
2214 Bus Driver 1,140,286 1,103,721 35.47 1,135,140 35.47
2215 Driver Trainer/Safety Coordinator 48,350 48,350 1.00 50,352 1.00
2217 Heavy Duty Mechanic 87,749 87,749 2.00 92,631 2.00
2219 Mechanic Assistant 28,682 25,092 1.00 34,984 1.00
2221 Day Custodian 1,161,220 1,165,800 29.00 1,188,100 29.00
2222 Night Custodian 851,176 792,915 23.50 860,900 23.50
2225 Delivery Driver 125,895 125,895 3.00 129,692 3.00
2226 Grounds Equipment Operator 106,111 100,014 2.00 110,445 2.00
2229 Groundskeeper I 194,800 180,000 5.00 193,175 5.00
2230 Groundskeeper II 214,500 196,436 5.00 207,555 5.00
2231 Irrigation Specialist 68,482 71,220 1.00 50,868 1.00
2233 Asbestos Technician 97,792 99,394 2.00 105,986 2.00
2235 General Maintenance Repair Mechanic 61,174 64,771 1.00 65,263 1.00
2236 Carpenter 114,454 116,575 2.00 118,614 2.00
2237 Lock Systems Technician 57,621 57,463 1.00 57,735 1.00
2238 Lead Electronics Technician 61,635 62,768 1.00 63,068 1.00
2239 Electrician 56,639 57,463 1.00 58,307 1.00
2240 Electronic Technician 104,845 105,251 2.00 106,314 2.00
2241 Painter 116,960 120,204 2.00 122,988 2.00
2242 Plumber 113,278 114,925 2.00 115,470 2.00
2243 Maintenance Utility Worker 96,527 97,806 2.00 99,588 2.00
2244 Air Conditioning & Heating Technicia 107,508 107,789 2.00 109,301 2.00
2245 Computer Technician 45,842 45,506 1.00 48,026 1.00
2246 Computer Lab Technician 182,834 169,853 3.47 174,701 3.47
2247 Library Media Tech I 269,600 269,600 11.81 275,000 11.81
2248 Library Media Tech II 139,215 131,400 5.75 143,900 5.75
2249 Counseling Clerk 178,630 178,612 6.00 191,141 6.00
2250 Student Services Assistant 91,166 91,166 3.52
2251 Guidance Assistant Technician 44,273 43,670 1.55 46,826 1.55
2252 Occupational Therapist 42,879 42,879 1.00 45,245 1.00
2253 Storekeeper I 22,067 22,067 0.50 25,250 0.50
2254 Bus Attendant 92,218 81,282 4.01 86,645 4.01
2272 After Hour Overtime Duty 9,975 9,975 9,975
2292 Substitute Support Time 339,394 341,430 287,000
2293 Additional Support Time 353,299 354,067 365,050
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
2294 Overtime Support 251,791 238,163 258,800
2200 CLASSIFIED SUPPORT SALARIES 7,473,763 7,310,169 177.24 7,418,296 173.25
2301 Assistant Superintendent 148,109 148,109 1.00 148,109 1.00
2302 Director 702,735 696,112 7.00 613,721 6.00
2303 Construction Projects Manager 90,000 1.00
2304 Administrative Assistant to Supt 68,136 63,485 1.00 53,772 1.00
2305 Coordinator, Long Range Planning 76,000 1.00
2306 Interim Media Center Coordinator 92,166 82,004 0.92 86,467 0.92
2310 Supervisor 920,939 920,171 14.00 860,059 13.00
2320 Board Member 19,200 19,200 19,200
2392 Substitute Time 6,500 6,500
2393 Additional Time 722 722
2394 Overtime 2,321 2,321 1,500
2300 CLASSIFIED ADMIN./SUPV. SALARIES 1,960,828 1,938,624 23.92 1,948,828 23.92
2401 Admin Secretary-Confidential 228,469 228,469 4.00 233,298 4.00
2402 Administrative Secretary 211,438 217,191 4.00 186,360 4.00
2403 Office Manager/Secretary II 1,295,595 1,299,198 34.30 1,338,351 34.30
2404 School Clerk/Clerk Typist I 185,993 175,337 6.51 139,036 5.07
2405 Clerk Typist II 1,081,977 1,074,925 32.90 1,119,344 33.15
2406 Clerical Aide 98,024 112,165 5.10 110,013 4.73
2407 Receptionist/Clerk Typist I 14,495 14,495 0.50 17,042 0.50
2408 Summer School Clerical 16,006 19,848 16,511
2409 Personnel Clerk 115,141 115,141 2.75 116,657 2.75
2410 Accounting Technician 47,797 47,842 0.95 49,779 0.95
2411 Payroll/Benefit Technician 127,914 127,914 3.12 130,108 3.12
2413 Account Clerk II 226,953 230,400 7.07 253,594 7.07
2415 Accountant 162,396 161,178 3.00 113,306 2.00
2417 Offset Press Operator 33,566 33,563 1.00 35,422 1.00
2418 Duplicating Equipment Operator 35,050 35,134 1.00 35,814 1.00
2420 Transportation Clerk 44,059 38,720 1.00 40,520 1.00
2421 Systems Support Trainer/Secretarial 46,569 46,569 1.00 46,780 1.00
2424 Purchasing Clerk 44,893 44,893 1.00 46,146 1.00
2425 Computer/Network Technician 96,921 96,973 2.00 299,358 5.75
2426 Bilingual Translator 19,336 4,689 3,500
2427 Network Engineer 67,492 67,492 1.00 71,042 1.00
2428 Library Catalog Technician 61,472 61,453 1.75 66,044 1.75
2429 Clerical Technician 130,122 123,955 2.80 121,434 2.80
2430 Assistant Buyer 37,824 1.00
2431 Buyer 106,843 106,843 2.00 107,735 2.00
2433 Program Evaluation Assistant 57,921 58,340 1.00 59,136 1.00
2434 Personnel Technician-Confidential 50,234 50,234 1.00 51,686 1.00
2435 Programmer/Analyst 83,902 83,792 1.00 83,792 1.00
2436 Equipment Inventory Clerk 53,486 53,486 1.00 53,742 1.00
2437 Senior Buyer 59,856 61,183 1.00 61,524 1.00
2438 Systems Analyst 49,096 45,062 1.00 55,691 1.00
2457 Video Processing Clerk 11,973 11,977 0.44 12,433 0.44
2492 Substitute Clerical Time 143,591 149,734 120,750
2493 Additional Clerical Time 141,178 146,050 109,572
2494 Clerical Overtime 50,601 74,251 42,147
2400 CLASSIFIED CLERICAL SALARIES 5,200,359 5,218,496 125.19 5,385,491 127.38
2903 Childcare Worker 30,369 35,174 24,308
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
2904 Parent Aide 49,795 49,721 1.63 50,459 1.63
2905 Playground/Noon Duty 411,993 393,402 1.98 409,958 1.98
2906 Volunteer Parent Coordinator 25,384 17,042 0.81 18,766 0.81
2908 Breakfast Duty 6,342 2,738 2,826
2909 Campus Safety Assistant 33,549 38,257 1.57 40,031 1.57
2910 Site Safety Specialist 14,500 14,500 14,500
2913 Student Aide 260,526 257,172 285,250
2915 Community Liaison 27,048 22,756 0.50 15,226 0.50
2916 Family Liaison/Bilingual 26,086 24,253 0.75 25,263 0.75
2925 Classified Consultant 129,890 168,122 140,455
2935 Adult Crossing Guards 32,800 30,000 32,800
2990 Retiree Incentive 67,023 67,023 36,883
2992 Substitute Time 453 453 453
2993 Additional Time 6,116 6,600 1,094
2994 Overtime 350 575 585
2900 OTHER CLASSIFIED SALARIES 1,122,224 1,127,788 7.24 1,098,857 7.24
2000 TOTAL: CLASSIFIED SALARIES 21,752,089 21,417,573 531.40 21,949,788 533.05
3111 STRS-Certificated 5,374,690 5,234,343 5,290,488
3112 STRS-Classified 2
3211 PERS - Certificated 51,498 59,538 64,482
3212 PERS-Classified 1,738,402 1,693,404 1,801,410
3311 OASDI-Certificated 63,217 63,898 63,574
3312 OASDI-Classified 1,313,296 1,301,191 1,352,611
3321 MEDICARE-Certificated 849,879 815,674 873,295
3322 MEDICARE-Classified 314,295 311,193 320,486
3401 Health & Welfare-CERT 6,999,931 6,909,213 7,295,961
3402 Health & Welfare-CLASS 2,651,385 2,678,094 2,829,876
3501 State Unempl Insurance-CERT 125,418 37,269 35,728
3502 State Unempl Insurance-CLASS 74,331 14,470 14,606
3601 Workers Compensation Ins-CERT 1,790,119 1,590,101 1,724,795
3602 Workers Compensation Ins-CLASS 547,818 474,509 490,700
3701 Retirees Benefits-CERT 1,200,000 1,039,800 1,200,000
3702 Retiree Benefit-Classified 550,000 558,418 625,000
3703 Post Retiree Benefit Contribution -19,111 -69,305 -71,848
3801 PERS Reduction-CERT 20,826 25,322 26,772
3802 PERS Reduction-CLASS 695,036 671,434 717,178
3901 Other Benefits-CERT 159,725 146,646 146,166
3902 Other Benefits-CLASS 153,942 148,956 150,327
3000 TOTAL: EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 24,654,697 23,704,170 24,951,607
4110 Textbooks 31,750 36,281 26,120
4140 Textbooks-Cash Allotment 222,374 222,374
4142 Textbooks-Credit Allotmnent 3,085,120 2,976,128 982,763
4100 TEXTBOOKS 3,339,244 3,234,783 1,008,883
4210 Books-Other Than Textbooks 142,239 142,769 61,882
4211 Professional Library Books 2,500 2,500 2,500
4213 Other Books/Collections & Refunds 18,112 18,040
4220 Other Books/Donations 171,254 128,084
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
4200 OTHER BOOKS 334,105 291,393 64,382
4310 Instructional Supplies 12,194,094 10,342,771 3,131,255
4316 Testing Materials 41,696 41,696 30,333
4321 Instructional Media Materials 5,059 1,000 5,000
4324 Instructional Media Supplies 920 2,200 2,500
4350 Office Supplies 1,106,337 1,166,678 528,233
4351 Supplies/Other Than Office 145,676 136,937 153,016
4352 Gardening Supplies 90,000 99,000 99,000
4353 Operations Supplies 179,500 215,000 215,000
4355 Building Repair Supplies 200,000 185,000 185,000
4356 Construction Materials 5,000 8,500 8,500
4357 Equipment Repair Supplies 83,200 47,200 56,200
4358 Postage 126,449 125,717 127,578
4360 Forms 6,000 6,000
4361 Fuel 326,579 319,579 337,000
4362 Oil 8,700 8,700 8,700
4364 Automotive Parts 74,000 64,000 74,000
4365 Automotive Tires 27,000 25,800 25,800
4366 Pool Supplies 50
4390 Warehouse Stock Adjustments 1,000 300 1,000
4399 Instructional Material Reserve 110,613 89,941 74,844
4300 OTHER SUPPLIES 14,731,873 12,880,019 5,068,959
4410 Non-Capitalized AV Equipment 369 369
4450 Equipment Replacement/Non-Cap 39,975 97,975 160,000
4460 Ergonomic Equipment/Non Cap 3,000 3,000 3,000
4490 Non-Capitalized Equipment 2,950,446 3,055,942 1,732,462
4400 NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIPMENT 2,993,790 3,157,286 1,895,462
4000 TOTAL: BOOKS, SUPPLIES 21,399,012 19,563,481 8,037,686
5210 Mileage 60,355 58,450 98,046
5211 Expense Allowance 18,000 18,000 18,000
5212 Travel & Conference 298,442 301,326 258,619
5200 MILEAGE, TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE 376,797 377,776 374,665
5310 Dues & Memberships 31,027 28,406 30,138
5300 DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS 31,027 28,406 30,138
5440 Pupil Insurance
5451 Property & Liability Insurance 502,092 501,766 532,122
5452 Auto Physical Damage Insurance 20,000 19,489 20,000
5456 Fiduciary Liability Insurance 25 25
5400 INSURANCE 522,092 521,280 552,147
5502 Natural Gas 90,000 175,000 175,000
5503 Electricity 2,500,000 2,300,000 2,500,000
5505 Water 600,000 600,000 600,000
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
5506 Sewer 225,000 225,000 225,000
5507 Trash 165,000 165,000 165,000
5509 Laundry & Dry Cleaning 100
5500 UTILITIES 3,580,100 3,465,000 3,665,000
5601 Outside Repairs 188,000 169,182 188,100
5603 Maintenance Contract Services 134,186 112,073 123,655
5604 Hazardous Waste Removal 20,200 27,200 27,200
5605 Contract Services 3,733,373 707,679 532,564
5606 Security Services 50,000 36,000 75,000
5607 Outside Printing 14,664 14,525 14,450
5609 Storm Water Compliance 9,500 13,500 13,500
5610 Rents & Leases 549,348 542,914 521,258
5611 Copy Machine Maint Contracts 161,037 158,041 176,140
5612 Digital Duplicator Mach Maint Contra 107,216 106,244 95,462
5613 Copy Machine Liability Charges 1,228 1,228 346
5620 Microfische/Microfilm Processing 2,750 2,250 2,750
5600 LEASES AND CONTRACT SERVICES 4,971,502 1,890,836 1,770,425
5710 Interprogram Charge-PRINT SHOP 14,079
5712 Interprogram Charge-Back to School 212
5715 Interprogram Charge-MAINTENANCE 12,514
5717 Interprogram Charge-INFO SYSTEMS -125
5725 Interprogram Charge-TRANSPORTATION -34,780
5730 Interprogram Charge-FIELD TRIPS 1,254
5740 Interprogram Charge-BULK MAILOUT 765
5751 Interfund Transfer-PRINT SHOP -2,950 -3,000 -4,500
5755 Interfund Transfer-MAINTENANCE -300 -100 -100
5760 Interfund Transfer-FIELD TRIPS -1,500 -770 -500
5700 INTERPROGRAM CHARGES/TRANSFERS -10,831 -3,870 -5,100
5801 Consultant 261,930 209,939 187,822
5802 Hearing Officer 500 500
5803 Babysitting 55 106
5804 Election Costs 27,691 33,515
5805 Audit 15,600 10,450 15,600
5806 Legal Advertising 3,000 2,500 3,000
5807 Legal Counsel Fees 142,157 181,657 182,157
5808 Misc Fees & Permits 24,380 27,145 20,480
5809 Non-Use School Sites Charge 6,100 6,747 6,747
5810 Medical Exams 150 1,150 1,150
5811 Job Advertisement 2,154 1,355 2,154
5812 Fingerprint Reimbursement 7,104 7,000 7,104
5815 Awards & Incentives 65,869 53,896 37,226
5816 Administrative Inservice 510 510
5818 Parent Provided Transportation 5,000 3,500 5,000
5819 Private Carrier Contracts 150,000 190,000 175,000
5822 Assemblies 19,539 6,074 2,000
5823 Employee Educational Reimbursement 7,000 1,500 7,000
5825 Admissions 18,071 17,063 11,562
5838 Software Support 109,264 907,541 107,541
5856 Contracted Services 860,835 2,905,755 2,764,293
5860 Non-Public Schools 2,096,448 1,850,000 1,995,000
2006/2007 2006/2007 2006/2007 2007/2008 2007/2008
REVISED PROJECTED F.T.E. * ADOPTED F.T.E. *
ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION BUDGET EXPENDITURES POSITIONS BUDGET POSITIONS
5800 LEGAL AND MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 3,823,357 6,416,893 5,531,846
5904 Telephone/Communications 146,174 145,254 148,254
5905 Cellular Phone Services 40,766 39,157 37,893
5900 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 186,940 184,411 186,147
5000 TOTAL: SERVICES & OTHER OPER. 13,480,984 12,880,732 12,105,268
6490 Equipment/Capitalized 81,791 94,219 1,474,000
6492 Copy Machine Lease Purchase/Capitali 4,520 3,368 3,500
6500 Equipment Replacement-Capitalized 457,172 486,647 150,000
6000 TOTAL: CAPITAL OUTLAY 543,483 584,234 1,627,500
7141 Other Tuitions 453 8,349 8,800
7142 Special Ed Bill Backs 89,336 4,352 4,570
7100 TUITION 89,789 12,701 13,370
7280 In-Lieu Property Tax Transfer 1,236,495 1,195,658
7200 PROPERTY TAX TRANSFERS 1,236,495 1,195,658
7311 Interprogram Charge-SP ED 813
7320 Interprogram Charge-CATEGORICAL 187,280
7351 Interfund Transfer Support/ST PRESCH -125,144 -129,572 -107,748
7380 Transfers of Direct Suppt Costs-Intr -157,845 -125,000 -125,000
7300 DIRECT/INDIRECT SUPPORT TRANSFER -94,896 -254,572 -232,748
7438 Interest/LTD 66,256 66,256 44,838
7439 Debt Service 362,657 362,657 316,210
7400 LONG TERM DEBT PAYMENTS 428,913 428,913 361,048
7615 Tranf Between GF,SP RES,Bdg & Def Ma 719,681 719,681 700,000
7616 Tranf Between GF & Child Nutrition 264,800 264,800 264,800
7619 Other Authorized Interfund Trans Out 3,811,855 3,811,855 75,000
7600 TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUNDS 4,796,336 4,796,336 1,039,800
7000 TOTAL: OTHER OUTGO AND TRANSFERS 6,456,637 6,179,036 1,181,470
TOTAL: ALL EXPENDITURES $156,532,017 $151,481,509 1,419.92 $136,697,899 1,432.11
* Note: F.T.E. indicates full time equivalent positions. Generally, 1 F.T.E. = 8 working hours per day


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