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2010 Annual Meeting - Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd.
 

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The PowerPoint slide show from our 2010 Annual meeting, showcasing the activities and accomplishments from 2009.

The PowerPoint slide show from our 2010 Annual meeting, showcasing the activities and accomplishments from 2009.

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  • 2009 total revenue for ADP and ADP-CS was $1.42 million, up from 2008 revenue of $1.35 million. In 2009, the assessment made up 55% of total revenue for ADP, up from 2008 when the assessment made up 53% of total revenue. Non-assessment revenues – which include grants, fee-in-lieu payments, contracts, sponsorships and event revenues – made up 45% of total revenue in 2009.
  • 2009 total non-assessment revenue was $635,251, up from 2008 revenue of $571,581. Non-assessment revenues include grants, fee-in-lieu payments, contracts, sponsorships and event revenues.
  • Total 2009 expenses were $1.15 million, compared to 2008 total expenses of $1.25 million. As you can see, personnel costs continue to be the largest expense for ADP, making up 58% of our 2009 total expenses.
  • Here are our 2009 annual expenses broken down by program – Clean & Safe, Events & Marketing, and general admin expenses. As you can see, when compared to 2007 program expenses, the majority of our annual operating expenses have decreased over the past three years. This comes through improved efficiencies, new equipment, and staffing.
  • Looking at expenses by program, you can see a gradual increase in the allocation for Clean & Safe services since 2007. This approximately 7% annual increase in expenses comes from increases in equipment and staffing levels. Meanwhile, both Events & Marketing continue to see reductions in annual operating expenses: a 19% reduction in 2008 and a 7% reduction in 2009. General administrative saw a 22% increase in 2008 over 2007 expenses, but a 39% decrease in 2009 that brought admin expenses below 2007 levels.
  • If you look at ADP operations from 2002 and compare them with operations from 2009, you begin to see where that increased expense allocation for Clean & Safe is going. Staffing levels reached their highest ever last year at the street-level. We had more guys on the streets providing services to downtown than ever before, and we were working every day – literally – to keep downtown Clean, Safe and Vital.
  • But the numbers only tell you part of the story. To get a better sense of how ADP is doing, let’s look at some of the success stories of 2009:
  • In 2008 and again in 2009, ADP successfully lobbied for Anchorage Police foot patrols in Downtown Anchorage. Anyone who lives, works or plays in Downtown felt the immediate impact: the APD presence in Downtown improved both the perceived and the actual public safety. Having APD officers in downtown also allowed our Security Ambassadors to interact even more closely with the police and was an important first step toward community policing.
  • Many of you are already familiar with ADP’s efforts over the years to open up additional tour bus loading and unloading locations in Downtown. 2009 was a banner summer – weather-wise & for the ADP bus greeter program. Thanks ot our partnership with Royal Celebrity Tours, we’ve been able to welcome an additional 31,250 visitors into downtown Anchorage. Since 2006, this ADP greeter program has welcomed a total of 103,185 visitors to downtown from Royal Celebrity Tours buses.
  • And let’s not forget the annual Familiarization Tours – or FAM tours – organized by ADP to showcase the retail, dining and entertainment options in Downtown for our partners in the travel & tourism industry. These informative tours provide bus drivers, tour directors and others with firsthand knowledge of downtown shops, restaurants, gift stores, galleries, cafes and amenities.
  • Many of you have participated in our work over the years to ensure that government remains an active investor in downtown Anchorage, whether federal, state or Municipal. In 2009, ADP worked with the Municipality and the Planning & Zoning Commission to ensure that any site selection decision for the DHHS building that would have moved it out of downtown.
  • One of the biggest accomplishments for 2009 was opening the LIO Building parking lot for public use after hours and on weekends. For years, the lot sat empty at night and on weekends. Starting in 2008, ADP began working with ACDA and the Legislature to negotiate an arrangement that would open the parking lot for public access. After much work, the Legislature agreed to open the lot, and ACDA now manages it on evenings and weekends. The real victory, however, is not the fact that the lot is open: the real victory is driving by the lot at night and seeing it filled with cars nearly every day.
  • Did you know that ADP hosted 196 events in Downtown last year? 196 events during summer & winter, all designed to bring people back into downtown. Est. attendance for 2009 events is over 40,000 people. SURVEY! 99% of summer event attendees indicating they shop or eat before / after events. Economic driver for downtown.

2010 Annual Meeting - Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2010 Annual Meeting - Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. Presentation Transcript

  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Pinnacle Sponsors:
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  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Cornerstone Sponsors:
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  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Pinnacle Sponsors:
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  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Cornerstone Sponsors:
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  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Pinnacle Sponsors:
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  • Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2009 Pinnacle Sponsors:
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  • Welcome to the Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. 2008 Annual Meeting
  • The Downtown Improvement District
  • 2009 TOTAL REVENUE: $1,417,250 ASSESSMENT 55% NON-ASSESSMENT 45%
  • 2009 NON-ASSESSMENT REVENUE: $635,251 $356,122 $172,562 $50,325 $44,359 $11,622
  • 2009 TOTAL EXPENSES: $1,154,423
  • 2009 Expenses by Program $1,154,423 $0 $102,887 $747 $20,067 $8,179 $272,697 $45,813 $13,041 $690,991 TOTAL Clean & Safe Events & Marketing General Admin (vs. 2007) Personnel $384,417 $142,429 $164,145 $(15,707) Communications $4,994 $0 $8,047 $2,102 Facilities $12,323 $0 $33,490 $(58,441) Contract & professional fees $0 $213,741 $58,957 $(80,636) Equipment and repairs $7,155 $208 $816 $(31,309) Supplies $12,338 $1,000 $6,728 $5,175 Training & development $0 $129 $618 $(8,716) Other $65,924 $17,017 $19,947 $46,078 Depreciation $0 $0 $0 $(13,266) Total expenses $487,151 $374,524 $292,748 $(154,719)
  • 2009-2007 Expenses by program:
  • 2009-2002 COMPARISONS: 5 days/wk Clean 6 days/wk Safe (5) Total (2) Total $50,000+ Contract (6) Total 2002 Volunteer Hours Clean & Safe Coverage Hospitality Ambassadors/Greeters Safe Ambassadors Clean Ambassadors Event Coordination Management Team STAFFING Community Work Service hours (241) for 2006; (326) for 2007; and (748) for 2008; and (514) for 2009 7 days/wk Clean 7 days/wk Safe (3) Part-time summer greeters (1) Security Supervisor & (4) Full-time employees (1) Maintenance Supervisor & (6) Full-time employees & (1) Part-time employee Add’l labor through Community Work Service In-house (Cheri) (5) Total 2009
  • WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?
  • Accomplishments: KEEPING GRAFITTI AT BAY When the Muni Grafitti Busters “went bust,” ADP, Ltd. stepped up to provide painting services for building owners in the DID.
  • Accomplishments: IMPROVED VISITOR SAFETY ADP efforts result in increased police & security presence in downtown Anchorage during 2009 summer season.
  • Accomplishments: ADDITIONAL VISITORS ADP, Ltd. initiative delivered an additional 31,250 visitors to downtown Anchorage during the 2009 summer.
  • Accomplishments: MARKETING DOWNTOWN TO TOURISM ADP organizes Familiarization (FAM) Tours for tour companies during pre-season.
  • Accomplishments: PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY Working to keep government as an active investor in downtown, keep government offices within the CBD.
  • Improving access to and public perception of parking in downtown for consumers. Accomplishments: PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY
  • Accomplishments: GETTING FOLKS BACK DOWNTOWN ADP events & activities are bringing people, positive economic impact to downtown – USING NO ASSESSMENT FUNDS!
  • Accomplishments: BROAD COMMUNITY SUPPORT A broad cross-section of the Anchorage economy is represented on the Board of Directors; are financially invested in ADP, Ltd.
  • WHAT NEXT?
    • Renew the DID in 2010
    • Expand the DID to L Street
    Moving forward: SHORT-TERM OBJECTIVES
  • SHORT-TERM STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: RENEW & EXPAND THE DID WEST PROPOSED DID EXPANSION
    • Captain Cook on board for expansion!
    • Include both sides of L Street
    • Include both sides of 3 rd Avenue
    • Keep assessment rate the same (1.5 mills)
    • Keep sunset provision (10 years) to keep DID accountable to stakeholders
    SHORT-TERM STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: RENEW & EXPAND THE DID WEST
    • Support services for upcoming Anchorage berths
    • Police foot patrols back in downtown in 2010
    • Implementation of the Downtown Comp Plan
    • Retail recruitment & retention efforts
    • Increased partnerships with state, federal government
    • State of Alaska participation in the DID through fee-in-lieu
    Moving forward: LONG-TERM OBJECTIVES
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