County Calendar

Events Calendar

12 - 18 June, 2022
June 14
  • 05:00pm  DSS Board Meeting

    Held at the Camden County DSS Building on the second Tuesday of every month, with exceptions as noted below.

     

    Exceptions:  DSS Board does not meet on Tuesdays that fall on State Holidays.  In such cases, a separate listing will be created with the new date. 

     

June 16
  • 02:00pm  Albemarle District Jail - Public Hearing

    The Albemarle District Jail Commission will hold a public hearing on the proposed Albemarle District Jail budget for FY 2022-2023 (see below) at the Albemarle District Jail Commission meeting beginning at 2:00 PM on June 16, 2022 in the Community Room in the Public Safety Building, 200 E. Colonial Avenue, Elizabeth City, NC.  Any citizen of the three counties may attend the hearing and provide written or oral comments regarding the budget.

    Copies of the proposed budget are available for public inspection in the Pasquotank County Manager’s Office, 206 E. Main Street, Elizabeth City, NC; Perquimans County Manager’s Office, 128 N. Church Street, Hertford, NC; and the Camden County Manager’s Office, 330 US-158, Camden, NC.        

    This the 24th day of May, 2022.

    Melissa W. Pendleton, Secretary

     

    ALBEMARLE DISTRICT JAIL COMMISSION
    Proposed Annual Budget for the Year Ended June 30, 2023

    REVENUES:  
    Distribution - Pasquotank County $ 1,021,124
    Distribution - Perquimans County 340,375
    Distribution - Camden County 259,334
    Medical Contract - Pasquotank County 155,571
    Medical Contract - Perquimans County 40,071
    Medical Contract - Camden County 23,571
    Medical Over Cap - Pasquotank County 120,000
    Medical Over Cap - Perquimans County 30,000
    Medical Over Cap - Camden County 20,000
    Outside Counties $55/day 270,100
    State of NC - $40/day 110,000
    Safekeepers - $40/day (Pasquotank County) 60,000
    Safekeepers - $40/day (Perquimans County) 30,000
    Safekeepers - $40/day (Camden County) 1,600
    Federal Prisoners 1,350,500
    Backlog Inmate Income 25,000
    Securus Tech Income 90,000
    Concession Revenue 170,000
    Inmate Collections Revenue 25,000
    Fund Balance Appropriated 3,081,149
    Interest Income 10,000
    Total Revenues
    $ 7,233,395
       
    EXPENDITURES:  
    Advertising $ 5,000
    Retirement - Employer 331,303
    Travel - Lodging/Food 10,000
    Training/Conference Fees 15,000
    Uniforms 20,000
    Insurance - Liab/WkComp 315,000
    Insurance - Employee Group 500,170
    Insurance - Retiree Health 26,000
    Insurance - Bonds 1,000
    Medical - Employees 20,000
    Board Expenses 6,000
    Professional Fees- Bookkeeping 60,000
    Professional Fees-Audit 17,000
    Professional Fees-Legal 15,000
    Legal Library - Inmates 2,000
    Salaries and Wages 3,319,050
    Salaries and Wages - Overtime 25,000
    Food 530,541
    Employer FICA/MC 255,891
    SUTA 9,950
    Bank Service Charges 1,500
    Utilities - Water/Electric/Gas 303,240
    Cable Service 4,000
    Lawn Contract 16,000
    Exterminating 3,100
    Repairs - Building/Equipment 82,800
    Equip. Rental/Cleaning 6,000
    Postage Expense 8,000
    Trash Disposal - Tipping Fees 7,000
    Office Supplies 8,000
    Cleaning Supplies 40,000
    Inmate Supplies 57,000
    Concession Supplies 65,000
    Computer Supplies 5,000
    Maint/Inspections Contracts 45,000
    Telephone/Internet/Cell phones 26,250
    Policy Updates 8,500
    Prisoner - Lost Property 500
    Vehicle - Gas/Maintenance 30,000
    Medical - Prisoners (Pasquotank County) 120,000
    Medical - Prisoners (Perquimans County) 30,000
    Medical - Prisoners (Camden County) 20,000
    Medical-Prisoners - Contract 462,000
    Medical - Prisoners (Stock) 5,000
    Outside Room & Board 1,500
    Safekeeping - $40/day (Pasquotank County) 60,000
    Safekeeping - $40/day (Perquimans County) 30,000
    Safekeeping - $40/day (Camden County) 1,600
    Litter Pick-up 2,500
    Capital Outlay 300,000
    Total Expenditures $ 7,233,395
       
       

  • 02:00pm  Library Summer Reading Program

    Oceans of Possibilities - Camden Public Library Summer Reading Program 2022

    Join us for a summer full in the new library, located across the street from the Historic Camden Courthouse!

    All programs are appropriate for elementary school-aged children, but families are encouraged to attend!

     

    Today's Programming: Music that Crosses Oceans

    with musician Diali Cissokho

     

    This Project is supported by the NC Arts Council, A divison of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources: www.ncarts.org. Further funding was provided by the Friends of The Camden Public Library.

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