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From the December 6th, 2011 public budget meeting at City Hall. This presentation is not a financial document.

From the December 6th, 2011 public budget meeting at City Hall. This presentation is not a financial document.

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  • 1. 2012 City of Brandon Budget HighlightsDean Hammond, CMACity Treasurer and GM ofCorporate ServicesDecember 6, 2011
  • 2. Agenda Strategic Challenges Operating Challenges 2012 Opportunities The Roadmap for Growth The Nine Pillars 2012 Expenses 2012 Revenues Final Thoughts on the 2012 Budget Next Steps
  • 3. Strategic Challenges Infrastructure How do we manage growth?  Physical Growth  Economic Growth  “Quality of Life” Growth How do we best support our partners, e.g., The Keystone Centre?
  • 4. Operational Challenges Four New Collective Agreements  Protective Services – Police, Fire, E-911  Transit – ATU Infrastructure Aging Equipment & A Need For Space City Structure & Organizational Sustainability
  • 5. 2012 Opportunities Infrastructure – Asset Management New Revenue Opportunities  Accommodation Tax  Sanitation  Greywater Recovery  Transit Strategy  Trenchless Technology  Landfill Gas Recovery  Potential Canada Games Bid Performance Metrics / Performance Management
  • 6. The Roadmap for Growth “How to Manage Growth” is our Theme  Physical Growth  Economic Growth  Quality of Life Growth 10 Supporting Pillars
  • 7. Infrastructure Highlights $150k for Black Farm Study $40k per year for Asset Management $1.1mm for Major Reconstruction Projects $500k for Street Resurfacing $490k for Sidewalk & Curb Projects Phase III of Industrial Wastewater Facility
  • 8. Infrastructure Highlights $3.6mm Reserve Allocations for Infrastructure $4.3mm Engineering Services $826k - Street Maintenance $400k - Domestic Sewer Mains $295k – Domestic Sewer Services $173k – Hydrants $99k – Storm Sewers $260k – Surface Drainage $268k – Public Works Supervision $549k – Water Mains $858k – Water Meters $599k – Water Services $234k – Water Valves $12.5mm Total
  • 9. Infrastructure Highlights $35k for Sewer Leak Detection Equipment $75k for Increased Sewer Inspections $100k for Sewer Inspection Equipment $50k for Manhole Restorations $5k Pipe Freezing Equipment $60k for Ditch Cleaning / Remediation $35k for a Truck Mounted Sewer Cage $50k for 4” Diesel Pump Total - $410k
  • 10. Communications Highlights $91k Communications
  • 11. Rural Outreach Highlights Explore Regionalization & Shared Services Opportunities. Elton / Cornwallis Annexation Strategy
  • 12. Affordable Housing Highlights $250kappropriation for Affordable Housing Reserve $293k grant for Manitoba Seniors Housing Co-op on McDiarmid Drive $58k grant & support for Brandon Neighborhood Renewal Corp $200k for Comprehensive Zoning By-Law
  • 13. Economic DevelopmentHighlights $135k additional funding allocated to Economic Development Initiatives  Foreign Direct Investment Study  Excess Moisture Business Continuity Planning $45k Keystone Centre Study $200k allocated for 2017 Canada Games Study
  • 14. Downtown Hub Highlights Comprehensive Zoning By-law review Renaissance District Secondary Plan Demolition of Brandon Inn
  • 15. Environment Highlights Landfill Gas Recovery Permanent Hazardous Waste Depot Water Conservation Strategy Environmental Strategy Plan
  • 16. Culture & Heritage Highlights $20k for Multi-Cultural Festival $42k for Cultural Resource Center $25k for Support of a Brandon Arts Council $50k for Sculptures Program Funding for Brandon Museum (TBD)
  • 17. Recreation Highlights $4mm Commitment to YMCA Project Joint Use Agreement with School Division $45k commitment to School Division for maintenance / replacement of playgrounds $215k Permanent Youth Center $48k Community Centre Funding $48k for Community Centre GAP Analysis Recreation Strategy & Rec Centre Strategies
  • 18. Expenses by CategoryExpense Category (000s) 2011 2012 $$ % Budget Budget Change ChangeBenefits 445 337 -108 -24.3%Capital Contribution 2,154 2,907 753 35.0%Contract Services 9,973 9,661 -312 -3.1%Debenture Debt Servicing Costs 4,122 4,239 117 2.8%Equipment Purchases 1,058 925 -133 -12.5%Grants and Contributions 4,759 5,514 754 15.8%Materials and Supplies 7,337 6,678 -660 -9.0%Other 3,361 4,484 1,123 33.4%Reserve Appropriation 10,289 10,492 203 2.0%Salaries and Wages 39,924 46,447 6,522 16.3%Transfers to/from Internal Accounts -3,569 -3,736 -167 4.7%Utilities 4,022 4,020 -1 0.0%Total 83,876 91,969 8,092 9.6%
  • 19. Revenues by CategoryRevenue Category (000s) 2011 2012 $$ % Budget Budget Change ChangeConditional Government Transfers 11,277 12,168 891 7.9%Other Income 4,242 5,001 760 17.9%Permits, Licenses and Fines 2,661 2,834 173 6.5%Property Taxes 33,112 39,840 6,728 20.3%Unconditional Government Transfers 8,088 8,363 275 3.4%User Fees and Sales of Goods 24,498 23,763 -735 -3.0%Total 83,876 91,969 8,092 9.6%
  • 20. Brandon’s Reality for 2012Expense Categories (000s) 2012 % of Budget TotalBenefits 337 0.4%Capital Contribution 2,907 3.2%Debenture Debt Servicing Costs 4,239 4.6%Grants and Contributions 5,514 6.0%Reserve Appropriation 10,492 11.4%Salaries and Wages 46,447 50.5%Utilities 4,020 4.4%Discretionary Expenses 18,013 19.6%Total 91,969 100%
  • 21. Revenues by CategoryRevenue Category (000s) 2011 2012 $$ % Budget Budget Change ChangeConditional Government Transfers 11,277 12,168 891 7.9%Other Income 4,242 5,001 760 17.9%Permits, Licenses and Fines 2,661 2,834 173 6.5%Property Taxes 33,112 39,840 6,728 20.3%Unconditional Government Transfers 8,088 8,363 275 3.4%User Fees and Sales of Goods 24,498 23,763 -735 -3.0%Total 83,876 91,969 8,092 9.6%
  • 22. Next Steps Council Deliberations December 9th & 10th Interim 2012 budget presented to Council December 19th Public Budget Consultation February / March 2012 Final Reading for 2012 Budget March 2012
  • 23. Questions?