The Hustonville water upgrade project is budgeted $22,400, while $75,000 is budgeted for Senior Citizen program support, and $147,578 for First Southern Veterans Park principal and interest.
The road fund budget equals almost $2.2 million including staff salaries, more than $1.3 million for roads and $423,000 for capital projects.
Included in those categories, the county road garage is budgeted $30,000, with $180,000 for contract bridge construction and $213,000 for Preachersville Road work. Road Funds equal a little more than 22 percent of the total budget.
The jail fund totals about $1.1 million, about 11 percent of the budget. More than $830,000 is budgeted to go toward salaries and jail expenses.
More than $1 million in federal grants are expected for the county.
Recreation and culture is expected to get $400,000 of that money, with $93,818 for capital projects and $455,500 for general health and sanitation.
Magistrate Bill Dyehouse was not present for the voting.
Updated map approved
Besides the budget, magistrates also approved the adoption of an updated land use/transportation map for the county.
"We have to do this at least every five years, but we feel now would be a good time to do it," said Rhonda Gooch Brown of Lincoln County Planning and Zoning.
The new map will be updated with subdivisions and businesses. It will work with the new high-tech geographic information system in the Property Valuation Administration's office.
Also at the meeting, new board members were appointed for First Southern Veterans Park board of directors. Judge-Executive Buckwheat Gilbert named Donnie Leigh, David Cornelius and Vance Mitchell. Gilbert read Magistrate Dyehouse's appointees: Mac Dunn and Jimmy Dyehouse.
Magistrate Mark Denham appointed Mike Robbins and Roger Bell. Magistrate Earlin Cress named Jeff Ruckel and Lewis Cummins. Magistrate Terry Wilcher appointed Rodney Munford and Bennie Day.
"(The board) will be responsible for that park," Gilbert said.
Board members are charged with setting up the bylaws of the organization and determining their own term limits.
"We're trying to keep the politics out of the park," Gilbert said. "We feel like that's the best route. We got some real good people (on the board) that realize the importance of that park."