City of Brandon         2013 Budget Round TableNovember 22, 2012
Agenda• Welcome & Introductions• Opening Remarks• Budget Overview, Budget Hurts, Budget Helps• Budget Round Table• Debrief...
City CouncillorsHer Worship Shari Decter Hirst   MayorCouncillor Jeff Fawcett          Assiniboine WardCouncillor Corey Ro...
City AdministrationScott Hildebrand   City ManagerCon Arvisais       City ClerkTodd Burton        Director of Information ...
Opening Remarks• Jan Chaboyer• Len Isleifson
Budget Overview• 2012 Operating Budget   $70 million• 2012 Utilities Budget   $18 million
Revenues      $0.04   $0.01                              Property Taxes  $0.15                              Government Tra...
Services Delivered                            Protective Services                        $0.06                $0.07       ...
Protective Services                                           - Police Service                   $0.06           $0.07    ...
Infrastructure                                           - Engineering Services                   $0.06           $0.07   ...
Support Services                                           - Information Technology                   $0.06           $0.0...
Recreation, Culture, & Parks                                           - Andrews Field                                    ...
Growth, Economic Development,& Affordable Housing Affordable Housing                   -                                  ...
Transit Services                                           - Regular Transit                   $0.06           $0.07      ...
Sanitation                                           - Environmental                   $0.06                     Initiativ...
2013 Budget “Helps”•   Retired Debt on Wastewater Plant•   Wheat City Golf Course Increased Revenues•   Four Funded Firefi...
2013 Budget “Hurts”•   New Police Station Payment•   Collective Agreements•   Pension Fund Adjustment•   PST on Insurance•...
For Perspective…                   400,000 / 1 / 19• Each $400,000 the City spends equates to roughly a 1%  increase in Mu...
Round Table Process• One or Two Councillors per Classroom / Table• Councillors will facilitate discussion• Come back to Gy...
Round Table ProcessHer Worship Shari Decter Hirst   GymnasiumCouncillor Jeff Fawcett          GymnasiumCouncillor Corey Ro...
Closing Remarks & Next Steps• Jan Chaboyer• Len Isleifson
Thank You For Your Attendance!
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Budget round table presentation - November 22, 2012

  1. 1. City of Brandon 2013 Budget Round TableNovember 22, 2012
  2. 2. Agenda• Welcome & Introductions• Opening Remarks• Budget Overview, Budget Hurts, Budget Helps• Budget Round Table• Debrief• Closing Remarks and Next Steps
  3. 3. City CouncillorsHer Worship Shari Decter Hirst MayorCouncillor Jeff Fawcett Assiniboine WardCouncillor Corey Roberts Rosser WardCouncillor Murray Blight Victoria WardCouncillor Jeff Harwood University WardCouncillor Jim McCrae Meadows WardCouncillor Garth Rice South Centre WardCouncillor Shawn Berry Linden Lanes WardCouncillor Stephen Montague Richmond WardCouncillor Len Isleifson Riverview WardCouncillor Jan Chaboyer Green Acres Ward
  4. 4. City AdministrationScott Hildebrand City ManagerCon Arvisais City ClerkTodd Burton Director of Information TechnologyIan Christiansen Director of Engineering ServicesAllison Collins Director of CommunicationsVicki Fifi Director of Human ResourcesLouisa Garbo Director of PlanningDean Hammond City TreasurerBrian Kayes Director of Risk & Emergency ManagementRoss Robinson Director of Emergency CommunicationsVal Rochelle Director of FinancePerry Roque Director of Community ServicesRod Sage G.M. of OperationsTim Sanderson Director of TransportationTed Snure G.M. of Development Services
  5. 5. Opening Remarks• Jan Chaboyer• Len Isleifson
  6. 6. Budget Overview• 2012 Operating Budget $70 million• 2012 Utilities Budget $18 million
  7. 7. Revenues $0.04 $0.01 Property Taxes $0.15 Government Transfers $0.54 User Fees and Sales of Goods $0.26 Permits, Licenses, and Fees Other Income
  8. 8. Services Delivered Protective Services $0.06 $0.07 Infrastructure $0.32 $0.08 Support Services$0.10 Recreation, Culture, & Parks Growth, Economic $0.13 Development, & Affordable Housing $0.24 Transit Sanitation
  9. 9. Protective Services - Police Service $0.06 $0.07 - Fire Service $0.08 $0.32 - Ambulance Service$0.10 - E911 / Police Dispatch Call Centre $0.13 - Emergency $0.24 Preparedness & Risk Management
  10. 10. Infrastructure - Engineering Services $0.06 $0.07 - New Infrastructure $0.08 $0.32 design & Build$0.10 - Building Maintenance - Keystone Centre Grants $0.13 - Maintenance of all $0.24 above ground and below ground City Infrastructure
  11. 11. Support Services - Information Technology $0.06 $0.07 - Human Resources $0.08 $0.32 - Finance$0.10 - City Clerks office, Records, & Council $0.13 - City Manager’s office & $0.24 Communications - Insurance, Assessment, Elections costs, etc.
  12. 12. Recreation, Culture, & Parks - Andrews Field - Cemetery $0.06 $0.07 - Sportsplex $0.08 $0.32 - Centennial Auditorium$0.10 - Youth & Community Development Office $0.13 - Heritage Administration $0.24 - Rec Centre - Outdoor Pools & YMCA
  13. 13. Growth, Economic Development,& Affordable Housing Affordable Housing - Grants & Reserves $0.06 - Economic Development $0.07 Office $0.08 $0.32 - Grants Review Committee$0.10 - Housing (BNRC) $0.13 - Tourism (Brandon First & Riverbank Discovery $0.24 Centre) - Planning & Building Safety Department
  14. 14. Transit Services - Regular Transit $0.06 $0.07 - Handi-Transit $0.08 $0.32$0.10 $0.13 $0.24
  15. 15. Sanitation - Environmental $0.06 Initiatives $0.07 $0.08 $0.32 - Landfill Operations$0.10 - Recycling Operations - Refuse Collection $0.13 $0.24
  16. 16. 2013 Budget “Helps”• Retired Debt on Wastewater Plant• Wheat City Golf Course Increased Revenues• Four Funded Firefighter / Paramedics• 3% Goal / Operating Efficiencies
  17. 17. 2013 Budget “Hurts”• New Police Station Payment• Collective Agreements• Pension Fund Adjustment• PST on Insurance• 2.5% Hydro Increase• Keystone Funding
  18. 18. For Perspective… 400,000 / 1 / 19• Each $400,000 the City spends equates to roughly a 1% increase in Municipal Property Taxes• For the “average” household, this equates to roughly a $19 / year increase
  19. 19. Round Table Process• One or Two Councillors per Classroom / Table• Councillors will facilitate discussion• Come back to Gymnasium at 8:50 with Your Group’s Top 3 Priorities• Councillors will summarize your discussion on how you think the City should make those priorities happen
  20. 20. Round Table ProcessHer Worship Shari Decter Hirst GymnasiumCouncillor Jeff Fawcett GymnasiumCouncillor Corey Roberts Room 14Councillor Len Isleifson Room 14Councillor Jim McCrae Room 15Councillor Garth Rice Room 15Councillor Shawn Berry Room 16Councillor Stephen Montague Room 16Councillor Jeff Harwood Staff RoomCouncillor Jan Chaboyer Staff Room
  21. 21. Closing Remarks & Next Steps• Jan Chaboyer• Len Isleifson
  22. 22. Thank You For Your Attendance!

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