2012 City of Brandon Budget Highlights

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Slides from a presentation given by Dean Hammond,
City Treasurer and GM of Corporate Services, to Council on December 19th, 2011.

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2012 City of Brandon Budget Highlights

  1. 1. 2012 City of Brandon Budget HighlightsDean HammondCity Treasurer and GM ofCorporate ServicesDecember 19, 2011
  2. 2. Agenda Budgeting Process Cost Cutting Measures Expenses Revenues Mill Rate & Assessment Impacts Assessment Growth Roadmap for Growth Highlights Next Steps
  3. 3. Budgeting Process September / October Department Reviews October / November Treasury Review November / December Budget Roadshow November / December Budget Roadshow Public Budget Presentation December 6 Council Deliberations December 9th & 10th
  4. 4. Cost Cutting Measures Four Rounds of Budget Cutting  Treasury Review  Department Review  City Manager Review  Council Deliberations Total Expenses Reduced out of 2012 Budget - $3.6 million All Cost Cutting Measures reduced Mill Rate Increase from 11.5% to 5.28%
  5. 5. Budget Highlights Operating Budget - $75.2 million Utilities Budget - $16.8 million
  6. 6. Expenses ($millions) Salaries, Wages, & $2.6 , 3% $1.6 , 2% Benefits $2.9 , 4% Reserve$4.3 , 6% Appropriations$5.5 , 7% Contract Services Grants and $7.6 , 10% Contributions $41.8 , 56% Materials, Supplies, & $9.0 , 12% Equipment Purchases Debt Servicing Costs Utilities Capital Contributions
  7. 7. Revenues ($millions) $4.6 , 6% $2.8 , 4% Property Taxes$7.3 , 10% Government Transfers User Fees and Sales of Goods $39.9 , 53% Other Income $20.6 , 27% Permits, Licenses, and Fees
  8. 8. Mill Rate & Assessment ImpactsAssessed Value 2011Gross Land & Buildings $ 200,000Net Land & Buildings @ 45% $ 90,000Mill Rate 19.969Total Municipal Tax $ 1,797.21
  9. 9. Assessment Values 2003-Present $1,400 $1,300 $1,200 $1,100 Residential $1,000 Commercial $900 $800 $700Millions $$ $600 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  10. 10. Disbursement of Assessment Changes % Change # of % of Rolls Population >50% less than average 23 0.2% 40% to 50% less than average 28 0.2% 30% to 40% less than average 9 0.1% 20% to 30% less than average 14 0.1% 10% to 20% less than average 468 3.1% 5% to 10% less than average 1,148 7.7% 0% to 5% less than average 3,244 21.7% 84% of Brandon will be within Average Assessment Increase +/- 10% of the average change in assessment. 0% to 5% greater than average 4,540 30.4% 5% to 10% greater than average 3,560 23.9%10% to 20% greater than average 857 5.7%20% to 30% greater than average 534 3.6%30% to 40% greater than average 98 0.7%40% to 50% greater than average 20 0.1% >50% greater than average 382 2.6%
  11. 11. Mill Rate & Assessment ImpactsAssessed Value 2011 2012 ChangeGross Land & Buildings $ 200,000 $ 219,200 9.60%Net Land & Buildings @ 45% $ 90,000 $ 98,640 9.60%Mill Rate 19.969 21.023 5.28%Total Municipal Tax $ 1,797.21 $ 2,073.74 $ 276.53
  12. 12. Mill Rate & Assessment ImpactsAssessed Value 2011 2012 ChangeGross Land & Buildings $ 200,000 $ 219,200 $ 19,200Net Land & Buildings @ 45% $ 90,000 $ 98,640 $ 8,640Mill Rate 19.969 21.023 5.28%Total Municipal Tax $ 1,797.21 $ 2,073.74 $ 276.53Assessment Impact $ 181.64Mill Rate Impact $ 94.89Total Impact $ 276.53
  13. 13. Mill Rate & Assessment ImpactsAssessed Value 2011 2012 ChangeGross Land & Buildings $ 159,009 $ 174,274 9.60%Net Land & Buildings @ 45% $ 71,554 $ 78,423 9.60%Mill Rate 19.969 21.023 5.28%Total Municipal Tax $ 1,428.86 $ 1,648.72 $ 219.86Assessment Impact $ 144.41Mill Rate Impact $ 75.44Total Impact $ 219.86
  14. 14. Infrastructure Highlights $150k for Black Farm Study $40k for Asset Management $1.1mm for Major Reconstruction Projects $500k for Street Resurfacing $490k for Sidewalk & Curb Projects
  15. 15. 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 $500k – Drainage, Sidewalks, Street Repairs $13mm Total
  16. 16. Communications Highlights Establishment of a Communications Department
  17. 17. Rural Outreach Highlights Explore Regionalization & Shared Services Opportunities. Elton / Cornwallis Annexation Strategy Membership in Assiniboine Hills Conservation District
  18. 18. Affordable Housing Highlights $250kappropriation to 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
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Downtown Hub Highlights Comprehensive Zoning By-law review Renaissance District Secondary Plan Demolition of Brandon Inn Pedestrian Mall Development
  21. 21. Environment Highlights Landfill Gas Recovery Permanent Hazardous Waste Depot Water Conservation Strategy Environmental Strategy Plan
  22. 22. Culture & Heritage Highlights $20kfor Multi-Cultural Festival Funding for Brandon Museum
  23. 23. Recreation Highlights $4mm Commitment to YMCA Project Joint Use Agreement with School Division $45k commitment to School Division for maintenance / replacement of playgrounds $48k Community Centre Funding Recreation Strategy & Rec Centre Strategies
  24. 24. Next Steps Formal Adoption of Interim 2012 Budget December 19th. Public Budget Consultation February / March 2012 Final Reading for 2012 Budget March 2012
  25. 25. Questions?

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