Capital Improvement Program
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five-year fiscal planning tool used to identify the future capital needs of Greenville Water, as well as identify the timing and method of financing those capital needs. Generally, projects included in the CIP are non-recurring projects that exceed $100,000 in cost and have a useful life of at least five years. The significant cost of the projects included in the CIP may also require the use of debt or reserves to finance their cost.
Annual Operating Budget
The Operating Budget is the spending plan the Commission approves on an annual basis. Revenues derived from the sale of water, as well as other fees and charges, are used to fund the operations of Greenville Water in accordance with the Commission’s objectives and priorities. In addition to the day to day operations of Greenville Water, the Annual Operating Budget also funds the replacement of aging pipe, replacement of meters, upgrades & replacements due to road improvements, extending service to new customers and improvements to system performance.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is a detailed presentation of Greenville Water’s financial position and activities for the fiscal year and is organized in four main sections. The Introductory Section includes a financial overview and organization charts. The Financial Section includes the independent auditor’s report, management’s discussion and analysis, audited basic financial statements and notes, and supporting schedules. The Statistical Section contains selected economic, financial trend and demographic information on a multi-year basis. The Compliance section has independent auditor’s reports on compliance and internal control.
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