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Prop12 285 (city budget)

  1. 1. CITY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSAL NO. 285, 2012CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS-MARION COUNTY, INDIANAINTRODUCED: 08/13/2012REFERRED TO: Administration and Finance, Metropolitan and Economic Development, Parks andRecreation, Public Safety and Criminal Justice, and Public Works CommitteesSPONSOR: Councillor LewisDIGEST: adopts the annual budget for the City of Indianapolis and Marion County for 2013SOURCE:Initiated by: Office of Finance and ManagementDrafted by: Office of Finance and ManagementLEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADOPTION: PROPOSED EFFECTIVE DATE:Published Notice of Public Hearing Adoption and approvalsSubject to approval or veto by MayorGENERAL COUNSEL APPROVAL: _________________________________ Date: August 13, 2012
  2. 2. CITY-COUNTY FISCAL ORDINANCE NO , 2012 Proposal No. 285, 2012A FISCAL ORDINANCE adopting the City-County Annual Budget for 2013, appropriating amountsnecessary to defray expenses for the operation of every facet of government of the Consolidated City ofIndianapolis and of Marion County, for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2013, and endingDecember 31, 2013, establishing the method of financing such expenses by allocating anticipatedrevenues and expenses, establishing salaries, wages and compensation rates and limitations for thepurpose of raising revenue to meet the necessary expenses of the Consolidated City of Indianapolis andof Marion County government and its institutions for the calendar year 2013.Table of ContentsARTICLE ONE. ANNUAL BUDGET AND TAX LEVIES FOR THE CONSOLIDATED CITYOF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY, INDIANA .............................................................. 7SECTION 1.01 Consolidated City Appropriations for 2013. .....................................................................................7 a) City-County Council ....................................................................................................................................... 7 b) Executive Department ................................................................................................................................... 7 c) Telecom & Video Services Agency ................................................................................................................. 8 d) Department of Metropolitan Development .................................................................................................. 8 e) Department of Public Works ......................................................................................................................... 8 f) Department of Public Safety ......................................................................................................................... 9 g) Department of Parks and Recreation .......................................................................................................... 10 h) Department of Code Enforcement .............................................................................................................. 10SECTION 1.02 Appropriations for City Sinking Funds for 2013 .............................................................................10SECTION 1.03 City Revenue Service Debt Fund. ....................................................................................................10SECTION 1.04 Marion County: Constitutional Officers -Appropriations...............................................................11 a) County Auditor ............................................................................................................................................ 11 b) County Coroner ........................................................................................................................................... 11 c) County Recorder.......................................................................................................................................... 11 d) County Treasurer ......................................................................................................................................... 11 e) County Surveyor .......................................................................................................................................... 11SECTION 1.05 Marion County: Administrative Offices – Appropriations .............................................................12 a) County Election Board ................................................................................................................................. 12 b) Voters’ Registration ..................................................................................................................................... 12 c) County Assessor........................................................................................................................................... 12 d) Cooperative Extension Service .................................................................................................................... 12 e) Information Services Agency ....................................................................................................................... 12SECTION 1.06 Marion County: Judicial Department - Appropriations..................................................................13 a) Clerk of the Circuit Court ............................................................................................................................. 13 b) Marion County Public Defender Agency ..................................................................................................... 13 c) Prosecuting Attorney................................................................................................................................... 13 d) Prosecutors Child Support IV-D Agency...................................................................................................... 13 e) Circuit Court................................................................................................................................................. 13SECTION 1.07 Marion County: Law Enforcement and Corrections - Appropriations ...........................................14 a) Forensic Services Agency............................................................................................................................. 14 b) County Sheriff .............................................................................................................................................. 14 c) Community Corrections............................................................................................................................... 15
  3. 3. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 3ARTICLE TWO. MISCELLANEOUS ANNUAL ESTIMATED REVENUES FOR THECONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ..................................... 16SECTION 2.01 Allocation and Estimates of Miscellaneous Revenues of the Consolidated City. .........................16 a) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY FUND. (15000) .................................................................................................... 16 b) TRANSPORTATION GENERAL FUND. (15150) .............................................................................................. 18 c) PARK GENERAL FUND. (15200) .................................................................................................................... 19 d) REDEVELOPMENT GENERAL FUND. (15300) ............................................................................................... 20 e) SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE DISTRICT FUND. (15350) .................................................................... 21 f) SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FUND. (15400)...................................................................................................... 22 g) CONSOLIDATED FIRE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND - City. (15550) .................................................................... 23 h) IMPD SERVICE DISTRICT GENERAL FUND. (15600) ...................................................................................... 24 i) PARKING METER FUND. (25000) ................................................................................................................. 25 j) STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND. (25100) ................................................................................................ 25 k) FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND. (25200) ............................................................................................ 26 l) DRUG FREE COMMUNITY FUND - City. (26001) .......................................................................................... 26 m) PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND. (25300) .............................................................................................. 27 n) P.I.L.O.T. DEBT SERVICE FUND. (35000) ...................................................................................................... 27 o) FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35100) ................................................................................... 28 p) METROPOLITAN THOROUGHFARE DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35200) ........................................................ 28 q) METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35300) ........................................................................... 29 r) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS SINKING FUND - CITY. (35400) ........................................................... 29 s) CITY GENERAL SINKING FUND. (35500) ....................................................................................................... 30 t) REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35600) .................................................................................. 30 u) REVENUE BONDS. (35800) ........................................................................................................................... 31 v) SANITATION REVENUE BONDS FUND. (36000) ........................................................................................... 31 w) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS. (35900) .............................................................................. 32 x) SANITARY DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (36100)............................................................................................... 32 y) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND - City. (45000)............................. 33 z) CITY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (45612) ....................................................................... 34 aa) FIRE CUMULATIVE CAPITAL FUND. (46501) ................................................................................................ 35 bb) STORM WATER MANAGEMENT UTILITY FUND. (15700) ............................................................................. 36 cc) POLICE PENSION FUND. (86100) ................................................................................................................. 36 dd) FIRE PENSION FUND. (86200) ...................................................................................................................... 37 ee) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL FUND – City (15651) .......................................................... 37 ff) E-911 – City (15652) .................................................................................................................................... 38SECTION 2.02 Allocations and Estimates of Miscellaneous Revenues of Marion County. ..................................39 a) COUNTY GENERAL FUND. (10100)............................................................................................................... 39 b) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL FUND - County. (20152)..................................................... 40 c) MARION COUNTY 911 FUND - County. (20151) .......................................................................................... 40 d) PROPERTY REASSESSMENT FUND. (20001) ................................................................................................. 41 e) LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND - County. (20200) ............................................................................................ 41 f) LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUITABLE SHARE FUND - County. (20210) .............................................................. 42 g) IDENTIFICATION SECURITY PROTECTION FUND. (20220) ............................................................................ 42 h) SURVEYORS CORNER PERPETUATION FUND. (20230) ................................................................................ 43 i) COUNTY RECORDS PERPETUATION FUND. (20240) .................................................................................... 43 j) ENDORSEMENT FEE FUND. (20250) ............................................................................................................ 44 k) COUNTY SALES DISCLOSURE FUND. (20260) ............................................................................................... 44 l) CLERK’S PERPETUATION FUND. (20280)...................................................................................................... 45 m) ENHANCED ACCESS FUND. (20290) ............................................................................................................. 45 n) SUPPLEMENTAL ADULT PROBATION FEES FUND. (20320) .......................................................................... 46 o) MARION SUPERIOR COURT EQUIPMENT FUND. (20330) ............................................................................ 46 p) JUVENILE PROBATION FEES FUND. (20340) ................................................................................................ 47 q) COMMISSIONER & GUARDIAN AD LITEM FUND. (20350) ........................................................................... 47 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  4. 4. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 4 r) GUARDIAN AD LITEM FUND. (20360) .......................................................................................................... 48 s) CHILD ADVOCACY FUND. (20370)................................................................................................................ 48 t) COUNTY USER FEE (DIVERSION) FUND. (20380) ......................................................................................... 49 u) ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FUND. (20400) .................................................................................. 49 v) ALCOHOL AND DRUG SERVICES FUND. (20410) .......................................................................................... 50 w) DRUG TESTING LAB FUND. (20420) ............................................................................................................. 50 x) DRUG FREE COMMUNITY FUND – County. (20430) .................................................................................... 51 y) COUNTY EXTRADITION FUND. (20440) ........................................................................................................ 51 z) MARION COUNTY SHERIFF CIVIL FEES FUND. (20450) ................................................................................ 52 aa) SHERIFFS MEDICAL CARE FOR INMATES FUND. (20460) ............................................................................ 52 bb) SHERIFFS CONTINUING EDUCATION FEE FUND. (20490) ........................................................................... 53 cc) PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND - County. (20500) ................................................................................ 53 dd) SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER FUND. (20510) .................................................................................... 54 ee) DEFERRAL PROGRAM FEE FUND. (20520) ................................................................................................... 54 ff) PRE-TRIAL CONDITIONAL RELEASE PROGRAM FUND. (20530) ................................................................... 55 gg) JURY PAY FUND. (20540) ............................................................................................................................. 55 hh) DRUG TREATMENT DIVERSION FUND. (20550) ........................................................................................... 56 ii) FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUND. (20560) .................................................................................... 56 jj) LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RIGHT TO KNOW FUND. (20640) ...................................................... 57 kk) COUNTY RAINY DAY FUND. (20650) ............................................................................................................ 57 ll) COUNTY MISDEMEANANT FUND. (20660) .................................................................................................. 58 mm) COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS (HOME DETENTION) USER FEE FUND. (20670) ............................................. 58 nn) COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BOND (LEASE) FUND. (30100) .............................................................. 59 oo) COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (40100) ................................................................ 59 pp) INFORMATION SERVICES INTERNAL SERVICE FUND. (70000) ..................................................................... 60 qq) INELIGIBLE DEDUCTIONS FUND (Homestead Fines). (20002) ..................................................................... 60ARTICLE THREE. ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS, ESTIMATED REVENUES AND TAXLEVIES OF THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ........ 61SECTION 3.01 Estimates of Funds to be Raised and Proposed Tax Levies for the Consolidated City ..................61 a) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY FUND. (15000) .................................................................................................... 62 b) TRANSPORTATION GENERAL FUND. (15150) .............................................................................................. 63 c) PARK GENERAL FUND. (15200) .................................................................................................................... 64 d) REDEVELOPMENT GENERAL FUND. (15300) ............................................................................................... 65 e) SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE DISTRICT FUND. (15350) .................................................................... 66 f) SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FUND. (15400)...................................................................................................... 67 g) CONSOLIDATED FIRE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND - CITY (15550)..................................................................... 68 h) IMPD SERVICE DISTRICT GENERAL FUND. (15600) ...................................................................................... 69 i) PARKING METER FUND. (25000) ................................................................................................................. 70 j) STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND - CITY. (25100) ...................................................................................... 71 k) FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND - CITY. (25200) .................................................................................. 72 l) DRUG FREE COMMUNITY FUND - CITY. (26001) ......................................................................................... 73 m) PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND - CITY. (25300) .................................................................................... 74 n) P.I.L.O.T. DEBT SERVICE FUND. (35000) ...................................................................................................... 75 o) FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35100) ................................................................................... 76 p) METROPOLITAN THOROUGHFARE DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35200) ........................................................ 77 q) METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35300) ........................................................................... 78 r) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS SINKING FUND - CITY. (35400) ........................................................... 79 s) CITY GENERAL SINKING FUND. (35500) ....................................................................................................... 80 t) REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (35600) .................................................................................. 81 u) REVENUE BONDS FUND. (35800) ................................................................................................................ 82 v) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS. (35900) .............................................................................. 83 w) SANITARY DISTRICT SINKING FUND. (36100)............................................................................................... 84 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  5. 5. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 5 x) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND - CITY. (45000)............................ 85 y) CITY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (45612) ....................................................................... 86 z) FIRE CUMULATIVE CAPITAL FUND. (46501) ................................................................................................ 87 aa) STORM WATER MANAGEMENT UTILITY FUND. (15700) ............................................................................. 88 bb) POLICE PENSION FUND. (86100) ................................................................................................................. 89 cc) FIRE PENSION FUND. (86200) ...................................................................................................................... 90 dd) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL FUND – City (15651) .......................................................... 91 ee) E-911 – City (15652) .................................................................................................................................... 92SECTION 3.02 Estimates of Funds to be Raised and Proposed Tax Levies for Marion County.............................93 a) COUNTY GENERAL FUND. (10100)............................................................................................................... 94 b) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS GENERAL FUND - COUNTY. (20152) .................................................. 95 c) MARION COUNTY 911 FUND. (20151) ......................................................................................................... 96 d) PROPERTY REASSESSMENT FUND. (20001) ................................................................................................. 97 e) LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND - COUNTY. (20200) .......................................................................................... 98 f) LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUITABLE SHARE FUND - COUNTY. (20210)............................................................ 99 g) IDENTIFICATION SECURITY PROTECTION FUND. (20220) .......................................................................... 100 h) SURVEYORS CORNER PERPETUATION FUND. (20230) .............................................................................. 101 i) COUNTY RECORDERS PERPETUATION FUND. (20240) ............................................................................. 102 j) ENDORSEMENT FEE FUND. (20250) .......................................................................................................... 103 k) COUNTY SALES DISCLOSURE FEE FUND. (20260) ...................................................................................... 104 l) CLERK’S PERPETUATION FUND. (20280).................................................................................................... 105 m) ENHANCED ACCESS FUND. (20290) ........................................................................................................... 106 n) SUPPLEMENTAL ADULT PROBATION FEES FUND. (20320) ........................................................................ 107 o) MARION SUPERIOR COURT EQUIPMENT FUND. (20330) .......................................................................... 108 p) JUVENILE PROBATION FEES FUND. (20340) .............................................................................................. 109 q) COMMISSIONER & GUARDIAN AD LITEM FUND. (20350) ......................................................................... 110 r) GUARDIAN AD LITEM FUND. (20360) ........................................................................................................ 111 s) CHILD ADVOCACY FUND. (20370).............................................................................................................. 112 t) COUNTY USER FEE (DIVERSION) FUND. (20380) ....................................................................................... 113 u) ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FUND. (20400) ................................................................................ 114 v) ALCOHOL AND DRUG SERVICES FUND. (20410) ........................................................................................ 115 w) DRUG TESTING LAB FUND. (20420) ........................................................................................................... 116 x) DRUG FREE COMMUNITY FUND – COUNTY. (20430) ................................................................................ 117 y) COUNTY EXTRADITION FUND. (20440) ...................................................................................................... 118 z) MARION COUNTY SHERIFF CIVIL FEES FUND. (20450) .............................................................................. 119 aa) SHERIFFS MEDICAL CARE FOR INMATES FUND. (20460) .......................................................................... 120 bb) SHERIFFS CONTINUING EDUCATION FEE FUND. (20490) ......................................................................... 121 cc) PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND - COUNTY. (20500)............................................................................ 122 dd) SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER FUND. (20510) .................................................................................. 123 ee) DEFERRAL PROGRAM FEE FUND. (20520) ................................................................................................. 124 ff) PRE-TRIAL CONDITIONAL RELEASE FUND. (20530) ................................................................................... 125 gg) JURY PAY FUND. (20540) ........................................................................................................................... 126 hh) DRUG TREATMENT DIVERSION FUND. (20550) ......................................................................................... 127 ii) FAMILY AND CHILDRENS SERVICES FUND. (20560) .................................................................................. 128 jj) SECTION 102 HAVA REIMBURSEMENT FUND. (20590) ............................................................................. 129 kk) LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RIGHT TO KNOW FUND. (20640) .................................................... 130 ll) COUNTY RAINY DAY FUND. (20650) .......................................................................................................... 131 mm) COUNTY MISDEMEANANT FUND. (20660) ................................................................................................ 132 nn) COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS (HOME DETENTION) USER FEE FUND. (20670) ........................................... 133 oo) CHILD WELFARE SINKING DEBT SERVICE. (35000) ..................................................................................... 134 pp) COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BOND (LEASE) FUND. (30100) ............................................................ 135 qq) COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (40100) .............................................................. 136 rr) INFORMATION SERVICES INTERNAL SERVICE FUND. (70000) ................................................................... 137 ss) INELIGIBLE DEDUCTIONS FUND (Homestead Fines). (20002) ................................................................... 138 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  6. 6. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 6ARTICLE FOUR. MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS AND ALLOCATIONS .............139SECTION 4.01 State, Local and Federal Grants ....................................................................................................139SECTION 4.02 Appropriations of Certain Allocated Expenses.............................................................................139SECTION 4.03 Allocation of County Option Income Tax Revenue (COIT) ...........................................................140SECTION 4.04 Allocation of Public Safety Tax Revenue (PST). ............................................................................140SECTION 4.05 Assistance to Indianapolis Public Housing Agency and Department of Parks and Recreation. .141SECTION 4.06 Authorization for Dues and Memberships ...................................................................................142ARTICLE FIVE. COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES ...............................150SECTION 5.01 Elected Officers .............................................................................................................................150SECTION 5.02 Annual Compensation of Employees of Consolidated City and Marion County .........................150SECTION 5.03 No Vested Rights Created .............................................................................................................153SECTION 5.04 Enforcement ..................................................................................................................................153ARTICLE SIX. SUMMARIES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND TAX LEVIES ..........................154SECTION 6.01 Summary of Consolidated City Appropriations and Tax Levies. ..................................................154SECTION 6.02 Summary of County Appropriations and Tax Levies. ...................................................................155ARTICLE SEVEN. LEVY OF PROPERTY TAXES .................................................................156SECTION 7.01 Tax Levies for Consolidated City and Its Special Taxing Districts.................................................156 a) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY FUND. (10100) .................................................................................................. 156 b) CITY GENERAL SINKING FUND. (35500) ..................................................................................................... 156 c) INDIANAPOLIS CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (45612) .................................................... 156 d) SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS FUNDS........................................................................................................... 156SECTION 7.02 Tax Levies for Marion County Government. ................................................................................157 a) COUNTY GENERAL FUND. (10100)............................................................................................................. 157 b) MARION COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND. (45000) ............................................... 157 c) PROPERTY REASSESSMENT FUND. (20001) ............................................................................................... 157 d) COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BOND (LEASE) FUND. (30100) ............................................................ 157ARTICLE EIGHT. COLLECTION AND EFFECTIVE DATE ..................................................158SECTION 8.01 Collection of Tax Levies. ................................................................................................................158SECTION 8.02 Variations in Estimated Revenue..................................................................................................158SECTION 8.03 Effective Date. ...............................................................................................................................158 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  7. 7. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 7 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY-COUNTY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND OF MARION COUNTY, INDIANA:ARTICLE ONE. ANNUAL BUDGET AND TAX LEVIES FOR THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY, INDIANAAppropriations for the ensuing agency budgets are divided into five characters, as follows:Character 1 Personal ServicesCharacter 2 SuppliesCharacter 3 Other Services and ChargesCharacter 4 CapitalCharacter 5 Internal Charges SECTION 1.01 Consolidated City Appropriations for 2013. For the expenses of government of the Consolidated City of Indianapolis and its departments,divisions, officials, special taxing districts, and institutions for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2013,and ending December 31, 2013, the sums of money set out in this Section are hereby appropriated andordered set apart out of the several respective funds herein named for the purposes herein specified,subject to the laws governing the same. The sums so appropriated shall be held to include all suchexpenditures authorized to be made during the year, unless otherwise expressly stipulated and providedby law.BUDGET APPROVED BY CITY COUNTY COUNCIL a) CITY-COUNTY COUNCIL CITY COUNTY COUNCIL CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY 1,159,396 6,800 598,187 - - 1,764,383 Total for council 1,159,396 6,800 598,187 - - 1,764,383 b) EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT (1) OFFICE OF THE MAYOR OFFICE OF THE MAYOR CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY 4,253,728 11,390 1,012,556 500 (956,264) 4,321,910 Total for office 4,253,728 11,390 1,012,556 500 (956,264) 4,321,910 (2) OFFICE OF AUDIT AND PERFORMANCE OFFICE OF AUDIT & PERFORMANCE CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY 672,467 2,000 138,432 2,000 3,200 818,099 Total for office 672,467 2,000 138,432 2,000 3,200 818,099 (3) OFFICE OF CORPORATION COUNSEL OFFICE OF CORP. COUNSEL CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY 3,267,456 6,900 746,757 4,600 (3,410,439) 615,274 Total for this office 3,267,456 6,900 746,757 4,600 (3,410,439) 615,274 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  8. 8. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 8 (4) OFFICE OF FINANCE AND MANAGEMENTOFFICE OF FINANCE & MGMT. CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 4,103,580 12,400 2,897,998 11,500 1,855 7,027,333DRUG FREE COMMUNITY - - 450,000 - - 450,000STIMULUS FUNDS- FEDERAL 2,500 - 34,000 - - 36,500Total for this office 4,106,080 12,400 3,381,998 11,500 1,855 7,513,833 (5) OFFICE OF MINORITY-OWNED AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISESOFFICE OF MINORITY AND WOMEN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 656,563 3,745 84,281 285 750 745,624Total for office 656,563 3,745 84,281 285 750 745,624 (6) EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT TOTALEXECUTIVE OFFICE TOTAL CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALTotal Executive Office 12,956,294 36,435 5,364,024 18,885 (4,360,898) 14,014,740 c) TELECOM & VIDEO SERVICES AGENCYTELECOM & VIDEO SVCS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 315,143 5,000 163,625 15,000 3,210 501,978Total for this agency 315,143 5,000 163,625 15,000 3,210 501,978 d) DEPARTMENT OF METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENTMETROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 1,319,361 12,608 2,614,699 2,206 120,794 4,069,667REDEVELOPMENT. 691,503 2,970 2,083,353 7,850 (257,992) 2,527,684TRANSPORTATION. 218,270 - 27,194 - - 245,464FEDERAL GRANTS 2,738,792 23,480 21,794,239 1,680 487,980 25,046,171Total for this departm ent 4,967,926 39,058 26,519,485 11,736 350,782 31,888,987 e) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKSDEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 9,418,757 18,288,785 10,989,175 81,698,975 (28,939,322) 91,456,370PARKS FUND 4,683,222 189,485 1,633,097 148,000 725,833 7,379,637SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 9,194,057 113,394 16,476,566 168,754 5,684,870 31,637,640SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL - - 8,807,010 - 431,760 9,238,770STORM WATER MANAGEMENT 2,565,128 34,143 6,178,217 5,115,795 1,721,030 15,614,313TRANSPORTATION. 17,604,767 4,898,968 8,448,809 8,359,250 5,098,613 44,410,407PARKING. - - - 375,000 - 375,000FEDERAL GRANTS 6,536 - 421,000 - - 427,536STIMULUS FUNDS- FEDERAL 66,337 - 5,178 - - 71,515CITY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT - - 100,000 2,200,000 - 2,300,000COUNTY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT - - - 2,500,000 - 2,500,000Total for this departm ent 43,538,804 23,524,775 53,059,052 100,565,773 (15,277,216) 205,411,188 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  9. 9. F.O. No. , 2012 Page 9 f) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 1) ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL DIVISIONANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 2,653,529 185,200 592,013 - 577,742 4,008,484Total for this division 2,653,529 185,200 592,013 - 577,742 4,008,484 2) DPS ADMINISTRATION (DIRECTOR’S OFFICE)DIRECTORS OFFICE CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 1,609,325 10,500 2,667,402 2,000 126,522 4,415,749Total for this division 1,609,325 10,500 2,667,402 2,000 126,522 4,415,749 3) FIRE DEPARTMENTINDIANAPOLIS FIRE DEPARTMENT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALFIRE FUND 126,346,633 1,295,662 5,143,043 572,907 3,775,202 137,133,447FIRE CUMULATIVE FND - - 500,000 1,838,000 - 2,338,000METRO EMERGENCY COMM 1,695,354 9,500 105,364 6,600 - 1,816,818FEDERAL GRANTS 296,777 195,000 968,846 990,717 10,000 2,461,340FIRE PENSION TRUST FUND 30,854,363 - - - - 30,854,363Total for this division 159,193,127 1,500,162 6,717,253 3,408,224 3,785,202 174,603,968 4) HOMELAND SECURITYHOMELAND SECURITY CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCONSOLIDATED COUNTY 356,699 13,000 869,783 5,150 107,482 1,352,114FEDERAL GRANTS 302,224 400,000 957,229 600,000 - 2,259,453Total for this division 658,923 413,000 1,827,012 605,150 107,482 3,611,567 5) METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENTINDIANAPOLIS METRO POLICE DEPT. CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALIMPD FUND 159,682,712 843,975 15,190,634 6,500 12,000,000 187,723,821STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND- CITY 816,311 726,935 221,110 - - 1,764,356FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND 170,000 93,340 797,680 117,500 - 1,178,520FEDERAL GRANTS 1,942,865 193,265 2,376,421 3,413,935 - 7,926,486STIMULUS FUNDS- FEDERAL 1,121,886 - - - - 1,121,886CITY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT - - - 2,203,178 - 2,203,178POLICE PENSION TRUST FUND 30,522,000 - - - - 30,522,000Total for this division 194,255,774 1,857,515 18,585,845 5,741,113 12,000,000 232,440,247 6) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONSPUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALMETRO EMERGENCY COMM 967,680 117,552 4,958,561 86,000 18,727 6,148,519Total for this division 967,680 117,552 4,958,561 86,000 18,727 6,148,519DPS TOTAL 357,781,844 4,044,229 35,387,786 9,842,487 18,172,189 425,228,534 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  10. 10. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 10 g) DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. OF PARKS & RECREATION CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY - - 1,000,000 - - 1,000,000 PARKS FUND 9,308,264 627,714 5,383,470 120,447 226,954 15,666,849 FEDERAL GRANTS 325,608 5,950 585,262 - - 916,820 CITY CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT - - 500,000 2,977,080 - 3,477,080 Total for this departm ent 9,633,872 633,664 7,468,732 3,097,527 226,954 21,060,749 h) DEPARTMENT OF CODE ENFORCEMENT CODE ENFORCEMENT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTAL CONSOLIDATED COUNTY 8,240,628 83,785 8,465,059 276,500 1,141,340 18,207,312 Total for this departm ent 8,240,628 83,785 8,465,059 276,500 1,141,340 18,207,312 SECTION 1.02 Appropriations for City Sinking Funds for 2013 For purposes of paying the principal and interest due on the outstanding bonded and otherindebtedness of the Consolidated City and its special taxing districts, there are hereby appropriated for2013 the respective sums hereinafter set forth for the respective funds:2013 City Sinking Funds CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCIVIL CITY BONDS - - 10,025,579 - - 10,025,579REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT BONDS - - 14,550,200 - - 14,550,200PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS SINKING FUND - - 3,870,130 - - 3,870,130SANITARY DISTRICT BONDS - - 8,531,125 - - 8,531,125METROPOLITAN THOROUGHFARE DISTRICT - - 6,385,183 - - 6,385,183PARK DISTRICT BONDS - - 3,402,215 - - 3,402,215PILOT DEBT SERVICE - - 8,069,671 - - 8,069,671TOTAL CITY SINKING FUNDS - - 54,834,103 - - 54,834,103 SECTION 1.03 City Revenue Service Debt Fund. For the obligation of government of the Consolidated City of Indianapolis for its Revenue BondsDebt Service Funds for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2013, and ending December 31, 2013, thesums of money set out in this Section are hereby appropriated and ordered set apart out of the severalrespective funds herein named (as established and allocated in Article Two) for the purposes hereinspecified, subject to the laws governing the same. The sums so appropriated shall be held to include allsuch expenditures authorized to be made during the year, unless otherwise expressly stipulated andprovided by law.CITY REVENUE SINKING FUNDS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALTIF REVENUE BONDS - - 50,378,028 - - 50,378,028REVENUE BONDS - - 4,221,126 - - 4,221,126ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BONDS - - 8,543,099 - - 8,543,099FLOOD CONTROL BONDS - - 5,797,922 - - 5,797,922TOTAL CITY REVENUE SINKING FUNDS - - 68,940,175 - - 68,940,175 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  11. 11. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 11 SECTION 1.04 Marion County: Constitutional Officers -Appropriations For the expenses of certain Constitutional Officers 1 of Marion County government and its institutionsfor the calendar year beginning January 1, 2013, and ending December 31, 2013, the sums of money setout in this Section are hereby appropriated and ordered set apart out of the several respective fundsherein named for the purposes herein specified, subject to the laws governing the same. The sums soappropriated shall be held to include all such expenditures authorized to be made during said calendaryear, unless otherwise expressly stipulated and provided by law. a) COUNTY AUDITORMARION COUNTY AUDITOR CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 1,488,595 13,350 7,546,839 3,000 - 9,051,784LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING & RIGHT TO KNOW - - 110,000 - - 110,000PROPERTY REASSESSMENT 43,672 1,000 9,400 - - 54,072COUNTY AUDITOR INELIGIBLE DEDUCTIONS 537,684 - - - - 537,684Total for this office 2,069,951 14,350 7,666,239 3,000 - 9,753,540 b) COUNTY CORONERMARION COUNTY CORONER CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 1,058,942 46,746 1,557,030 - - 2,662,718FEDERAL GRANTS - - 122,460 52,200 - 174,660Total for this office 1,058,942 46,746 1,679,490 52,200 - 2,837,378 c) COUNTY RECORDERMARION COUNTY RECORDER CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 591,076 - (43,811) - - 547,265COUNTY RECORDS PERPETUATION 520,364 37,629 494,584 209,351 - 1,261,928Total for this office 1,111,440 37,629 450,773 209,351 - 1,809,193 d) COUNTY TREASURERMARION COUNTY TREASURER CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 1,423,906 15,275 679,018 - - 2,118,199Total for this office 1,423,906 15,275 679,018 - - 2,118,199 e) COUNTY SURVEYORMARION COUNTY SURVEYOR CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 182,477 (1,300) 3,283 - - 184,459SURVEYORS PERPETUATION FUND 263,341 21,526 132,386 5,000 - 422,253Total for this office 445,818 20,226 135,669 5,000 - 606,7121 Appropriations for the constitutional offices of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Marion CountySheriff are contained within Sections 1.06 and 1.07, respectively. FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  12. 12. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 12 SECTION 1.05 Marion County: Administrative Offices – Appropriations For the expenses of certain administrative agencies of the Marion County government and itsinstitutions for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2013, and ending December 31, 2013, the sums ofmoney set out in this Section are hereby appropriated and ordered set apart out of the respective fundsherein named for the purposes herein specified, subject to the laws governing the same. The sums soappropriated shall be held to include all such expenditures authorized to be made during said calendaryear, unless otherwise expressly stipulated and provided by law. a) COUNTY ELECTION BOARDMARION COUNTY ELECTION BOARD CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 448,793 10,700 878,588 - - 1,338,081Total for this division 448,793 10,700 878,588 - - 1,338,081 b) VOTERS’ REGISTRATIONMARION COUNTY VOTERS REGISTRATION CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 694,535 14,300 414,915 5,000 - 1,128,750Total for this office 694,535 14,300 414,915 5,000 - 1,128,750 c) COUNTY ASSESSORMARION COUNTY ASSESSOR CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 4,366,041 47,347 824,563 4,000 - 5,241,950PROPERTY REASSESSMENT 1,114,256 18,050 658,105 - - 1,790,411ENDORSEMENT FEE - - 300,000 - - 300,000COUNTY SALES DISCLOSURE FUND 82,830 - - - - 82,830Total for this office 5,563,126 65,397 1,782,668 4,000 - 7,415,191 d) COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICECOOPERATIVE EXTENSION CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 212,650 10,324 533,441 - - 756,415Total for this office 212,650 10,324 533,441 - - 756,415 e) INFORMATION SERVICES AGENCYINFORMATION SVCS AGENCY CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALINFORMATION SVCS 3,600,883 252,500 26,712,544 600,000 - 31,165,927Total for this agency 3,600,883 252,500 26,712,544 600,000 - 31,165,927 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  13. 13. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 13 SECTION 1.06 Marion County: Judicial Department - Appropriations For the expenses of certain judicial agencies of Marion County government for the calendar yearbeginning January 1, 2013, and ending December 31, 2013, the sums of money set out in this Sectionare hereby appropriated and ordered set apart out of the several respective funds herein named for thepurposes herein specified, subject to the laws governing the same. The sums so appropriated shall beheld to include all such expenditures authorized to be made during said calendar year, unless otherwiseexpressly stipulated and provided by law. a) CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTMARION COUNTY CLERK CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 4,291,709 14,518 1,266,749 - - 5,572,976CLERKS PERPETUATION FUND 442,765 65,200 177,100 3,000 - 688,065Total for this office 4,734,473 79,718 1,443,849 3,000 - 6,261,040 b) MARION COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER AGENCYMARION COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER AGENCY CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 13,559,034 46,614 4,037,527 - - 17,643,175SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC DEFENDER - - 345,000 - - 345,000Total for this agency 13,559,034 46,614 4,382,527 - - 17,988,175 c) PROSECUTING ATTORNEYMARION COUNTY PROSECUTOR CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 10,562,396 181,100 2,719,375 7,500 - 13,470,371COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX 2,616,245 - - - - 2,616,245LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUITABLE SHARING - 10,000 30,000 60,000 - 100,000DIVERSION. 731,581 - - - - 731,581LAW ENFORCEMENT- COUNTY 249,885 - - - - 249,885DEFERRAL PROGRAM FEE 2,537,691 - 605,011 - - 3,142,702DRUG FREE COMMUNITY 39,921 - - - - 39,921FEDERAL GRANTS 1,200,778 32,000 620,650 357,750 - 2,211,178STATE GRANTS 901,354 22,500 53,175 55,000 - 1,032,029Total for this office 18,839,852 245,600 4,028,211 480,250 - 23,593,912 d) PROSECUTORS CHILD SUPPORT IV-D AGENCYMARION COUNTY PROSECUTOR- CHILD SUPPORT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 3,085,405 51,895 1,248,142 5,000 - 4,390,442FEDERAL GRANTS 32,501 - - - - 32,501Total for this division 3,117,906 51,895 1,248,142 5,000 - 4,422,943 e) CIRCUIT COURTMARION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 877,587 5,463 227,496 - - 1,110,546COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX 290,404 - - - - 290,404Total for this court 1,167,991 5,463 227,496 - - 1,400,950 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  14. 14. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 14Marion County Superior CourtMARION COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 26,598,299 404,363 10,677,764 88,467 - 37,768,892COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX 7,558,333 - - - - 7,558,333ADULT PROBATION 1,636,049 10,284 10,796 - - 1,657,129JUVENILE PROBRATION 95,000 - - - - 95,000COMMISSIONER & GUARDIAN AD LITEM FUNDING 986,175 - - - - 986,175GUARDIAN AD LITEM - - 2,000,000 - - 2,000,000DIVERSION. 54,137 - - - - 54,137JURY PAY FUND - - 300,000 - - 300,000DEFERRAL PROGRAM FEE 117,025 - - - - 117,025ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION- SUPERIOR 103,548 2,138 42,913 - - 148,598ALCOHOL & DRUG SERVICES 566,110 3,800 3,140 - - 573,050DRUG FREE COMMUNITY - 4,000 17,500 - - 21,500FEDERAL GRANTS 460,206 9,654 1,205,503 53,250 - 1,728,613STATE GRANTS 47,011 - 177,700 - - 224,711COUNTY GRANTS - - 25,000 - - 25,000CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT - - 253,392 - - 253,392Total for this court 38,221,894 434,238 14,713,707 141,717 - 53,511,556 SECTION 1.07 Marion County: Law Enforcement and Corrections - AppropriationsFor the expenses of certain law enforcement and correction agencies of Marion County government andits institutions for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2013, and ending December 31, 2013, the sumsof money set out in this Section are hereby appropriated and ordered set apart out of the severalrespective funds herein named for the purposes herein specified, subject to the laws governing the same.The sums so appropriated shall be held to include all such expenditures authorized to be made duringsaid calendar year, unless otherwise expressly stipulated and provided by law. a) FORENSIC SERVICES AGENCYMARION COUNTY FORENSIC SVCS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 4,964,401 272,203 604,268 40,000 - 5,880,872FEDERAL GRANTS 632,757 176,906 188,008 5,875 - 1,003,546Total for this agency 5,597,158 449,109 792,276 45,875 - 6,884,418 b) COUNTY SHERIFFMARION COUNTY SHERIFF CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 29,722,146 1,620,655 37,414,987 - - 68,757,788COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX 15,697,472 - - - - 15,697,472MC SHERIFFS CIVIL DIVISION FEE FUND 1,459,133 - 440,867 - - 1,900,000MC SHERIFFS MEDICAL CARE FOR INMATES - - 11,939,669 - - 11,939,669COUNTY EXTRADITION - - 57,657 - - 57,657COUNTY CORRECTIONS MISDEMEANANT - 91,987 208,314 - - 300,300MECA EMERGENCY PHONE SYSTEM 5,731,551 - - - - 5,731,551MECA FUND 2,026,865 - - - - 2,026,865FEDERAL GRANTS 300,000 200,000 100,000 200,000 - 800,000STIMULUS FUNDS- FEDERAL 5,000 1,000 92,000 30,000 - 128,000CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT LEASES - - 1,887,000 - - 1,887,000Total for this office 54,942,167 1,913,642 52,140,494 230,000 - 109,226,302 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  15. 15. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 15 c) COMMUNITY CORRECTIONSCOMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CHAR 1 CHAR 2 CHAR 3 CHAR 4 CHAR 5 TOTALCOUNTY GENERAL 1,386,530 184,300 1,784,731 14,000 - 3,369,562COUNTY CORRECTIONS MISDEMEANANT - - 300,300 - - 300,300DRUG FREE COMMUNITY - 1,500 18,500 - - 20,000HOME DETENTION 458,988 37,000 409,906 - - 905,894FEDERAL GRANTS - - 225,368 - - 225,368STATE GRANTS 1,837,095 13,000 2,806,450 - - 4,656,545Total for this agency 3,682,613 235,800 5,545,255 14,000 - 9,477,669 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  16. 16. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 16ARTICLE TWO. MISCELLANEOUS ANNUAL ESTIMATED REVENUES FOR THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY Miscellaneous revenues include all those revenues collect by the Consolidated City of Indianapolisand Marion County which are not property tax revenues. Miscellaneous revenues include, but are notlimited to, income taxes, donations, fees, fines, grants, and earnings. SECTION 2.01 Allocation and Estimates of Miscellaneous Revenues of the Consolidated City. To defray the costs of government of the Consolidated City of Indianapolis and its special taxingdistricts in accordance with the appropriations stated in Article One, the anticipated and estimatedrevenues of the Consolidated City and its special taxing districts are hereby allocated to the respectivefunds as herein stated; and in accordance with law and such allocations, the revenues, other thanproperty taxes, collectible in the 2nd half of 2012 and in fiscal year 2013, the portions of current balancesand the revenues from taxation provided by the several levies fixed in Article Seven of this ordinance, areallocated to finance the amounts budgeted from each fund. a) CONSOLIDATED COUNTY FUND. (15000) The Consolidated County Fund for 2013 shall consist of all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 from the Consolidated County General Fund, the Indianapolis Fleet Service Fund, Air Pollution Fund, Air Pollution Title V Fund, DPW General Fund, Permits Fund, DMD General Fund, Unsafe Building Fund, Junk Vehicles Fund, Historic Preservation Fund, IMAGIS Fund, City Rainy Day Fund, Housing Trust Fund, Groundwater Protection Fund, City Insurance Proceeds Fund, Capital Asset Development Fund, Dedicated Animal Care Special Projects Fund, Dedicated Animal Care Donations Fund, Fiscal Stability Fund, Rebuild Indy Fund, Personnel Services Contingency Fund and Utility Monitoring Fund, available for transfer into said fund, a portion of the revenue from the County Option Income Tax, a portion of the receipts of state taxes on alcoholic beverages, cigarettes and inheritances, amounts received for city licenses, Controllers fees, and all other miscellaneous revenues derived from sources connected with the operation of those portions of city government whose appropriations are out of the Consolidated County Fund, and all amounts received by the levy of a rate of tax for this fund on all taxable property located in the county as shown in Section 6.01. All monies designated for deposit into either the City General Fund or Consolidated County General Fund shall be deposited into the Consolidated County General Fund, and shall be considered in compliance with the legal requirement for deposits. [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  17. 17. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 17 CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES CONSOLIDATED COUNTY FUND (15000) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES:4011004 - Pilot Water Company 71,682 -4011006 - PROPERTY TAX CIRCUIT BREAKER - (4,001,454)4012001 - COUNTY OPTION INCOME TAX 25,809,177 107,938,8994012002 - L.O.I.T PROPERTY TAX MAKE UP 1,211,324 2,003,9384013001 - LICENSE EXCISE TAX 920,000 1,900,0004013002 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TAX 181,945 364,0004013003 - COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 148,705 297,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS 5,698,424 10,146,7884300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 7,378,369 14,822,2164200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL 7,091,079 10,039,2104400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES 1,044,000 2,446,3944450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS 653,746 1,791,0204500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS (5,965,000) (140,600,000)4650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS 1,500,000 1,510,0004700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 45,743,451 8,658,011 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  18. 18. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 18 b) TRANSPORTATION GENERAL FUND. (15150) The Transportation Fund for 2013 shall consist of the Transportation General Fund, Motor Vehicle Fund, Local Road and Street Fund, and the Transportation Local Grants Fund, and shall consist of all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, amounts to be received from the State of Indiana during the fiscal year 2013 and allocated to said City of Indianapolis out of the revenues derived from taxes on gasoline, cigarettes, motor vehicles, and other sources connected therewith, miscellaneous revenues from license fees, federal highway funds, and other operations of the Department of Transportation, County Auto Excise Surtaxes, and County Wheel Taxes, all of which does not involve a property tax levy for said fund. CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES TRANSPORTATION GENERAL (15150) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES:4013005 - WHEEL TAX 4,235,000 9,167,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS - -4300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 2,300,000 3,000,0004200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL 18,370,497 37,210,0004400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS 464,000 70,0004500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS (500,000) (322,658)4650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS - -4700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 24,869,497 49,124,342 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  19. 19. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 19 c) PARK GENERAL FUND. (15200) The Park General Fund for 2013 shall consist of Park General Fund, Park Land Fund, Special Recreational Fund, Parks Restricted Fund, Parks Local Grants Fund and Park Golf Fund, and all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, all fees, charges, and other miscellaneous revenue derived from sources connected with the operation of the Department of Parks and Recreation, those distributions of taxes allocated by state law on the basis of property taxes levied and assessed as this fund, and all amounts received by the levy of a rate of tax for this fund on all the taxable property located within the Park Special Taxing District as shown in Section 6.01 CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES PARKS GENERAL FUND (15200) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES: - -4011004 - Pilot Water Company 89,608 -4011006 - PROPERTY TAX CIRCUIT BREAKER - (2,764,844)4012002 - L.O.I.T PROPERTY TAX MAKE UP 922,651 1,623,6174013001 - LICENSE EXCISE TAX 476,000 982,0004013002 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TAX 147,312 295,0004013003 - COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 76,606 153,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS - -4300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 1,889,602 4,009,1604200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL 60,955 57,9924400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS 14,918 20,4504500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS4650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS 10,000 10,0004700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 3,687,653 4,386,375 FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  20. 20. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 20 d) REDEVELOPMENT GENERAL FUND. (15300) The Redevelopment General Fund for 2013 shall consist of Redevelopment General Fund, UNWA TIF, Barrington HOTIF Fund, Fall Creek TIF, Brookville HOTIF Fund, Redevelopment TIF Fund, Meridian Redevelopment Area Fund, Martindale Brightwood Dev Area Fund, Meridian II Redevelopment Area Fund, BioCrossroads Certified Technology Park Fund, Intech Park Certified Technology Park Fund, Tibbs Avenue TIF, Supplemental Housing Program TIF, and the Industrial Development (CRED) Fund and all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, all fees, charges and other receipts derived from sources connected with the operation of the Neighborhood Services Division of the Department of Metropolitan Development, those distributions of taxes allocated by state law on the basis of property taxes levied and assessed for this fund, and all amounts received by the levy of a rate of tax for this fund on all taxable property located in the Redevelopment Special Taxing District as shown in Section 6.01. CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES REDEVELOPMENT GENERAL FUND (15300) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES: - -4011002 - Tax Increment 432,891 1,810,4664011004 - Pilot Water Company 893 -4011006 - PROPERTY TAX CIRCUIT BREAKER - (97,996)4012002 - L.O.I.T PROPERTY TAX MAKE UP 4,343 42,3394013001 - LICENSE EXCISE TAX 14,000 29,0004013002 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TAX 1,833 4,0004013003 - COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 1,911 4,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS - -4300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 234,000 420,0004200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL 750,000 750,0004400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS - -4500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS 194,600 1,550,0004650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS 26,200 26,2004700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 1,660,671 4,538,009 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  21. 21. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 21 e) SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE DISTRICT FUND. (15350) To defray the costs of government of the Solid Waste Collection Special Service District in accordance with the appropriations stated in Article One of this ordinance, certain anticipated and estimated revenues are allocated as follows. The Solid Waste Collection Service District Fund for 2013 shall consist of all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, all miscellaneous revenues derived from sources connected with the operation of the Solid Waste Collection Special Service District, including federal grants and intergovernmental reimbursements, user charges, those distributions of taxes allocated by state law on the basis of property taxes levied and assessed as this fund, and all amounts received by the levy of a rate of tax for this fund on all taxable property located in the Solid Waste Collection Special Service District by virtue of Section 6.01 of this ordinance. CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE DISTRICT FUND (15350) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES:4011004 - Pilot Water Company 99,858 -4011006 - PROPERTY TAX CIRCUIT BREAKER - (3,425,760)4012002 - L.O.I.T PROPERTY TAX MAKE UP 1,480,056 2,377,7104013001 - LICENSE EXCISE TAX 909,000 1,870,0004013002 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TAX 322,420 650,0004013003 - COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 158,615 317,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS - -4300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 35,000 269,0004200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL - -4400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS - 200,0004500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS - -4650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS 30,000 30,0004700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 3,034,948 2,287,950 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  22. 22. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 22 f) SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FUND. (15400) The Solid Waste Disposal Fund for 2013 shall consist of all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, and all fees, charges, and miscellaneous revenues derived from sources connected with the construction and financing of the Resource Recovery Facility, all of which does not involve a general tax levy for said fund. CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FUND (15400) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES:ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS - -4300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 4,545,000 8,985,0004200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL - -4400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS - -4500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS - -4650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS 10,000 10,0004700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 4,555,000 8,995,000 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .
  23. 23. F.O. No. , 2012 P a g e 23 g) CONSOLIDATED FIRE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND - CITY. (15550) The Fire Service District Fund for 2013 shall consist of all balances at the end of fiscal year 2012 available for transfer into said fund, all miscellaneous revenues derived from sources connected with the operation of the Fire Force, portions of the receipts from the County Option Income Tax, Local Option Income Taxes and Public Safety Income Taxes allocated to this fund, the allocation of PILOTs to this fund, those distributions of taxes allocated by state law on the basis of property taxes levied and assessed as this fund, and all amounts received from the levy of a rate of tax for this fund on all taxable property located in the Fire Special Service District by virtue of Section 6.01 of this ordinance. CONSOLIDATED CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS AND MARION COUNTY ESTIMATE OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES CONSOLIDATED FIRE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND - CITY (15550) FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2012 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 Jul. 01,2012 Jan. 01, 2013 through throughESTIMATED AMOUNTS TO BE RECEIVED Dec. 31, 2012 Dec. 31, 2013SPECIAL TAXES:4011004 - Pilot Water Company 347,304 -4011006 - PROPERTY TAX CIRCUIT BREAKER - (8,230,396)4012001 - COUNTY OPTION INCOME TAX 978,298 -4012002 - L.O.I.T PROPERTY TAX MAKE UP 3,216,448 5,989,0764013001 - LICENSE EXCISE TAX 2,450,000 5,050,0004013002 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TAX 558,085 1,120,0004013003 - COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 290,147 580,000ALL OTHER REVENUE:4100000 - LICENSES AND PERMITS 13,858 42,0004300000 - CHARGES FOR SERVICES 336,014 286,0004200000 - INTER-GOVERNMENTAL 547,000 547,0004400000 - FINES AND FORFEITURES - -4450000 - OTHER RECEIPTS 1,811,100 3,642,6004500000 - INTERFUND TRANSFERS 26,125,000 51,400,0004650000 - INVESTMENT EARNINGS (15,000) (15,000)4700000 - CONTRIBUTIONS - -4750000 - ADDITIONS - -TOTAL 36,658,255 60,411,280 [REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY BLANK] FISCAL ORDINANCE RECORD 2012 PAGE .

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