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PSCA Bond Issue Act 01-668 Preliminary Distribution

Institution or System Name

(A)
StateFfunding
before Proration
(B)
ETF After 6.2%
Proration
(C)
96.24% of Column A
(D)
New Bond
Money
Selected Counties
Autauga County $34,813,494 $32,655,057 $33,504,507 $849,450
Bullock County $7,930,487 $7,438,797 $7,632,301 $193,504
Butler County $14,544,908 $13,643,124 $13,998,019 $354,895
Chilton County $26,743,448 $25,085,354 $25,737,894 $652,540
Coffee County $7,932,914 $7,441,073 $7,634,636 $193,563
Coosa County $7,093,672 $6,653,864 $6,826,950 $173,086
Covington County $13,197,510 $12,379,264 $12,701,284 $322,020
Crenshaw County $10,013,048 $9,392,239 $9,636,557 $244,318
Dale County $10,730,130 $10,064,862 $10,326,677 $261,815
Dallas County $20,473,449 $19,204,095 $19,703,647 $499,552
DeKalb County $32,126,495 $30,134,652 $30,918,539 $783,887
Elmore County $40,095,841 $37,609,711 $38,588,045 $978,334
Geneva County $11,226,461 $10,530,420 $10,804,346 $273,926
Houston County $22,307,459 $20,924,397 $21,468,699 $544,302
Lee County $35,264,750 $33,078,336 $33,938,795 $860,459
Lowndes County $11,526,139 $10,811,518 $11,092,756 $281,238
Macon County $16,793,039 $15,751,871 $16,161,621 $409,750
Madison County $59,878,149 $56,165,704 $57,626,731 $1,461,027
Marengo County $7,438,196 $6,977,028 $7,158,520 $181,492
Marion County $15,669,777 $14,698,251 $15.080,593 $382,342
Montgomery County $123,782,684 $116,108,158 $119,128,455 $3,020,297
Pike County $9,537,834 $8,946,488 $9,179,211 $232,723
Russell County $15,389,329 $14,435,191 $14,810,690 $375,499
Tallapoosa County $13,411,447 $12,579,937 $12,907,177 $327,240
Institution or System Name (A)
State Funding
Before Proration
(B)
ETF After 6.2%
Proration
(C)
96.24% of Column A
(D)
New Bond
Money
Selected City Systems
Alexander City $13,710,242 $12,860,207 $13,194,737 $334,530
Andalusia City $7,180,093 $6,734,927 $6,910,122 $175,195
Auburn City $16,232,141 $15,225,748 $15,621,812 $396,064
Brewton City $5,318,863 $4,989,093 $5,118,874 $129,781
Daleville City $6,898,589 $6,470,858 $6,639,183 $168,325
Demopolis City $8,783,774 $8,239,180 $8,453,504 $214,324
Dothan City $34,447,957 $32,312,184 $33,152,714 $840,530
Elba City $4,284,458 $4,018,822 $4,123,362 $104,540
Enterprise City $20,643,388 $19,363,498 $19,867,197 $503,699
Eufaula City $11,722,925 $10,996,104 $11,282,143 $286,039
Opelika City $17,537,039 $16,449,743 $16,877,646 $427,903
Opp City $5,646,559 $5,296,472 $5,434,248 $137,776
Ozark City $12,012,316 $11,267,552 $11,560,653 $293,101
Phenix City $19,282,422 $18,086,912 $18,557,403 $470,491
Russellville City $9,211,864 $8,640,728 $8,865,498 $224,770
Selma City $16,816,377 $15,773,762 $16,184,081 $410,319
Sylacauga City $9.032,025 $8,472,039 $8,892,421 $220,382
Tallassee City $6,735,995 $6,318,363 $6,482,722 $164,359
Troy City $8,334,384 $7,817,652 $8,021,011 $203,359
Institution or System Name (A)
State Funding
Before Proration
(B)
ETF After 6.2%
Proration
(C)
96.24% of Column A
(D)
New Bond
Money
Specialty Schools
School of Fine Arts $4,279,189 $4,013,879 $4,118,291 $104,412
School of Math and Sciences $5,467,455 $5,128,473 $5,261,879 $133,406
Mental Health $20,373,122 $19,109,988 $19,607,093 $497,105
Youth Services School District $6,990,928 $6,557,490 $6,728,069 $170,579
Institute for Deaf and Blind $35,611,870 $33,403,934 $34,272,864 $868,930
Total All Universities $839,042,282 $787,021,660 $807,494,291 $20,472,631
Institution or System Name (A)
State Funding
Before
Proration
(B)
ETF After 6.2%
Proration
(C)
96.24% of Column A
(D)
New Bond
Money
Selected Universities
Alabama - Tuscaloosa $121,798,564 $114,247,053 $117,218,938 $2,971,885
Alabama State $28,249,197 $26,497,747 $27,187,027 $689,280
Auburn $186,404,357 $174,847,287 $179,395,553 $4,548,266
Auburn Montgomery $19,329,950 $18,131,493 $18,603,144 $471,651
Troy State $35,627,874 $33,418,946 $34,288,266 $869,320
Total All 2-year Colleges $235,399,241 $101,104,410 $103,734,417 $2,630,007
Selected 2-year Colleges
Enterprise Junior $4,877,952 $4,575,519 $4,694,541 $119,022
Patterson Technical and Trenholm Technical $9,097,604 $8,553,552 $8,755,534 $221,982
Wallace - Dothan $16,397,158 $15,380,534 $15,780,625 $400,091
Wallace - Selma $6,154,959 $5,773,352 $5,923,533 $150,181
Institution or System Name (A)
State Funding
Before
Proration
(B)
ETF After 6.2%
Proration
(C)
96.24% of Column A
(D)
New Bond
Money
Total K-12 School Systems $2,816,926,471 $2,642,277,032 $2,711,010,033 $68,733,001
Total Local School Boards $2,889,,649,035 $2,710,490,796 $2,780,998,229 $70,507,433
Total All Higher Education $1,077,229,874 $890,741,543 $913,912,217 $23,170,674
Grand Totals for All Education $3,966,878,909 $3,601,232,339 $3,694,910,446 $93,678,107
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