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  • NOTICE OF A PUBLIC MEETING Including Addendum AN AGENDA OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 9:00 A.M. - Tuesday, November 19, 2013 McNease Convention Center, South Meeting Room 500 Rio Concho Drive San Angelo, TX 76903 THE MCNEASE CONVENTION CENTER IS ACCESSIBLE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. ACCESSIBLE ENTRIES AND SPECIALLY MARKED PARKING SPACES ARE AVAILABLE AT BOTH MAIN ENTRANCES AT SURBER DRIVE AND RIO CONCHO DRIVE. IF ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED TO OBSERVE OR COMMENT, PLEASE NOTIFY THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, ROOM 208, CITY HALL, 657-4405, AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING. City Council meetings are broadcast on Channel 17-Government Access at 10:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. every day for two weeks beginning on the Thursday after each meeting. As a courtesy to those in attendance, please place your cell phone on “Silent” or “Vibrate” Thank You! I. OPEN SESSION (9:00 A.M.) A. Call to Order B. Prayer and Pledge "Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.” C. Recognitions Brian Groves, Multimedia Coordinator for the City of San Angelo, for his selection as one of the StandardTimes’ 20 Under 40 honorees, recognizing accomplished young professionals in our community Brian Groves, Multimedia Coordinator for the City of San Angelo, for the six statewide video awards our office won at last month’s annual convention of the Texas Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors. That included five second-place awards and one first-place honor Students participating in the San Angelo Independent School District Vocational Program and working for various City of San Angelo Departments: Students: John Gibson, Jarrod Weiss, Alberto Frias, Quirt Edwards; Job Coaches: Tawnya Fowler and Leslie Deans; Staff Speaking: Becca Flores, Vocational Adjustment Coordinator for SAISD D. Public Comment The Council takes public comment on all items in the Regular Agenda. Public input on a Regular Agenda item will be taken at its appropriate discussion. Public input on an item not on the Agenda or Consent Agenda may be identified and requested for consideration by the Council at this time. The Council may request an item to be placed on a future agenda, or for a Consent Agenda item, to be moved to the Regular Agenda for public comment. On public hearing items, public input will be received on each item immediately following the Council discussion and prior to any action on the item. Each member of the public should make their remarks from the podium and begin by stating their name. Remarks by each citizen will be limited to three to five minutes, unless waived by a council member for all speaking on that matter. No individual will be allowed to speak more than once on any one subject until every citizen wishing to comment has done so. City Council Agenda Page 1 of 7 November 19, 2013
  • II. CONSENT AGENDA 1. Consideration of approving the November 5, 2013 City Council Regular meeting minutes 2. Consideration of awarding bid TR-02-13/Thermoplastic striping to Flat Line Inc. (Childress, TX) for installation of pavement markings on 2013 seal coated streets, and authorizing the City Manager to execute any necessary related documents (P.Frerich) 3. Consideration of selecting Suddenlink Business for RFP IT-01-13 to provide Long Distance phone service and phone connectivity (PRIs and POTs) services, authorizing staff to negotiate a five year contract, and authorizing the City Manager to execute said contract (J.Eades) 4. Consideration of authorizing the City Manager to execute Supplemental Lease Agreement No. 4 to lease GS-07b-15605, in substantially the attached form, and all related documents between the City of San Angelo and the United States General Services Administration (U.S. GSA) at San Angelo Regional Airport (L.Elguezabal) 5. Consideration of authorizing the City Manager or his designee to establish the fair market value of 0.067 acres of surplus property adjacent to Lot 1, Block 1, Group 4, Lake Nasworthy Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, in southwest San Angelo, for purposes of disposing of surplus property and the authority to execute all documents necessary to convey the surface estate only in the surplus property by Special Warranty Deed to the adjacent lot owner, reserving unto the City of San Angelo blanket drainage and utility easements (C.Preas) 6. Consideration of authorizing the sale of the following properties for the appraised value and authorizing the Mayor, City Manager, or Water Utilities Director to execute all necessary legal documents pertaining to the sale of subject properties, subject to completion of all curative requirements (C.Preas) a. 3005 Red Bluff Circle, Lot 56, Group Red Bluff, $93,700.00 (Durham) b. 2171 Gun Club Road, Lot 11A, Block 1, Group 10, $23,900.00 (Ng) 7. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a license agreement for aerial deck and supporting structures between the City of San Angelo and 333 South Chadbourne LLC for constructing and maintaining one aerial deck and six supporting structures on and over city-owned property identified as Lot 4 of the O. B. Sampson subdivision of Lots 1 to 10 in Block B of the main part of the City, and such other instruments as may be necessary or convenient for carrying out such purposes; and finding a public purpose and benefit therein (R.Weise) 8. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a tax-resale (quitclaim) deed conveying all right, title and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing units interested in the Tax Foreclosure Judgment or Tax Warrant: (C.Preas) a. 2118 Shelton, (Stephens), S 50' of N 100' of W 150' of Lot 7, Block 3, Home Acres, $1,886, Suit No. A-11-0193-TAX 9. Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the City Manger to execute an Easement and Right of Way to AEP Texas North Company, granting a 15’ perpetual easement and right of way for electric distribution lines on 20.087 acres of land owned by the City of San Angelo and under lease to Howard County Junior College District; said land being located at 3501 N. US HWY 67, commonly known as the West Texas Training Center, and being for the benefit of Howard County Junior College District (C.Preas) 10. Second hearing and consideration of adopting an Ordinance amending the 2013-2014 Budget for a contract change order (M.Chegwidden) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2013, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2014, FOR A CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER City Council Agenda Page 2 of 7 November 19, 2013
  • 11. Second hearing and consideration of adopting an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo (J.Hintz) Z 13-36: SAS Texas Properties LLC AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed tract, located approximately 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from Heavy Commercial (CH) to General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY 12. Second hearing and consideration of adopting an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo (J.Hintz) Z 13-34: The River San Angelo Church, Inc. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY 13. Second hearing and consideration of adopting an Ordinance authorizing abandonment of the complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of-way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo(J.Hintz) AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT AND CLOSING OF THE FOLLOWING UNIMPROVED STREET SEGMENT AND UNIMPROVED ALLEY SEGMENT TO WIT: a complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of- way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo; AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE THEREOF TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ABANDONMENT AND CONVEYANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AND DELIVER A QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS III. REGULAR AGENDA: F. EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION Executive Session under the provision of Government Code, Title 5. Open Government; Ethics, Subtitle A. Open Government, Chapter 551. Open Meetings, Subchapter D. Exceptions to Requirement that Meetings be Open under the following sections: City Council Agenda Page 3 of 7 November 19, 2013 View slide
  • • Section 551.071(1) to consult with attorney on a contemplated settlement offer to ACAP Health for clinical care engineering services for the City health insurance program (Marley) • Section 551.071(2) to consult with its attorney on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with this chapter regarding quarterly invoices dated 9/17/2013 and 10/29/2013 for services rendered pursuant to the Interlocal Agreement between cities of Abilene, Midland and San Angelo effective 4/9/2011 (West Texas Water Partnership) and subject to confidentiality under said Interlocal Agreement • Section 551.072 to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property regarding Lake Nasworthy area (Fawver), South Concho River and Lake Nasworthy real property recreational and grazing lease (Preas), West Texas Christian Foundation, Aka Christian Village Property, and West Texas Water Partnership • Section 551.074(a)(1) to deliberate the evaluation and duties of the City Manager G. PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENT 14. First public hearing and consideration of introducing an Ordinance increasing the number of members on the Public Housing Authority (PHA) from five (5) to seven (7) and other related provisions AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”, ARTICLE 2.2700 ENTITLED “HOUSING AUTHORITY”, SECTION 2.2701 ENTITLED “CREATED; MEMBERS; TERMS”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS ON THE HOUSING AUTHORITY FROM FIVE (5) TO SEVEN (7); PROVIDING THAT TWO (2) MEMBERS BE TENANTS OF PUBLIC HOUSING; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE (Presentation by City Clerk Alicia Ramirez and PHA Chairperson Tony Villarreal) 15. Update and presentation by the Public Housing Authority and related matters (Presentation by PHA Executive Director Rebecca Salandy and PHA Chairperson Tony Villarreal) 16. First public hearing and consideration of introducing an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo Z13-28: Greg Huling AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive. This property specifically occupies the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from Single-Family Residential (RS-1) to Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY (Presentation by Interim Senior Planner Jeff Hintz) 17. First public hearing and consideration of introducing an Ordinance relating to the City of San Angelo’s application of existing policies regarding temporary housing commercial property development moratorium and related matters AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, (“CITY”) FINDING THAT, APPLICATION OF EXISTING ZONING AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES, REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES ARE INADEQUATE TO PREVENT NEW DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPORARY HOUSING THAT INCLUDES MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS FROM City Council Agenda Page 4 of 7 November 19, 2013 View slide
  • BEING DETRIMENTAL TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY AND THE PEACE OR ORDER OF THE CITY; FINDING A DEMONSTRATED NEED TO REVIEW EXISTING REGULATIONS AND TO AMEND EXISTING REGULATIONS OR ADOPT NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY; IMPLEMENTING A NINETY (90) DAY MORATORIUM ON THE ACCEPTANCE, PROCESSING OR APPROVAL OF: (1) ZONING APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL USE PERMITS “CAMPGROUND / RECREATIONAL PARKS” IN ALL APPLICABLE ZONING DISTRICTS, (2) APPLICATIONS FOR ZONING DESIGNATION OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARK DISTRICT, (3) SITE PLANS FOR CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, AND (4) APPLICATIONS FOR ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF PERMITS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES OR STRUCTURES FOR EXPANSION OF CAPACITY OF CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, OR MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING A PROCEDURE FOR A VARIANCE FROM THE APPLICABLE MORATORIUM; PROVIDING AN APPEAL PROCESS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND FINDING PROPER NOTICE AND MEETING IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, (“CITY”) ADOPTING A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT MORATORIUM IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE LAW UPON PUBLIC HEARING AND ISSUANCE OF WRITTEN FINDINGS; TO EXPIRE NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE THE MORATORIUM IS ADOPTED; INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, APPROVAL OF NEW APPLICATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT RELATING TO MOBILE HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE (Presentation by Interim Development Services Director AJ Fawver and Interim Senior Planner Jeff Hintz) 18. Consideration of and possible action on a Petition for Variance under the Code of Ordinances, Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan, Section 11.203 (e), to the allowable watering frequencies and time of day for newly planted landscape submitted by the San Angelo Independent School District (Requested by SAISD and presentation by Water Utilities Director Ricky Dickson) 19. First public hearing and reconsideration of introducing an Ordinance amending Chapter 10, Traffic Control regarding the operation of golf carts AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, AMENDING CHAPTER 10, TRAFFIC CONTROL, OF THE SAN ANGELO CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO ADD A NEW ARTICLE 10.1700, ENTITLED “OPERATION OF GOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS” IN ORDER TO ALLOW AND REGULATE THE OPERATION OF GOLF CARTS ON ANY PART OF THE TRAFFIC AREA OF ANY PUBLIC STREET OR HIGHWAY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS WHERE THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT IS NOT MORE THAN THIRTY (30) MILES PER HOUR, PROVIDING DEFINITIONS, ESTABLISHING LIMITATIONS ON SUCH OPERATION, ESTABLISHING REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT, ANNUAL REGISTRATION, ESTABLISHING ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES, ESTABLISHING A REGISTRATION FEE, PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE, AND AMENDING APPENDIX A, ENTITLED ARTICLE 3.000 BUSINESS RELATED FEES TO ADD A NEW SECTION 3.1300 GOLF CART REGISTRATION FEE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE (Presentation by Police Chief Tim Vasquez) City Council Agenda Page 5 of 7 November 19, 2013
  • 20. Discussion and possible action related to an increase in the support for the Tom Green County Mental Health Unit and Tom Green County Crisis Intervention Unit (Presentation by Police Chief Tim Vasquez) 21. First public hearing and consideration of introducing an Ordinance amending the continuance to levy and collect a one-half cent sales and use tax as approved by the voters in the November 2, 2010 Special Election AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE 2.3600 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING SECTION 2.3606 TO ADD A NEW SUBSECTION 1 TO INCLUDE THE PROJECTS ALLOWED IN SECTION 4B OF ARTICLE 5190.6 V.A.C.S., AS AMENDED, (HEREINAFTER “ACT”) FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO TO CONTINUE TO LEVY AND COLLECT A ONE-HALF CENT SALES AND USE TAX, SAID PROJECTS HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY THE VOTERS IN THE NOVEMBER 2, 2010 SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE UNDERTAKEN AS ALLOWED BY THE ACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESULTS OF THE SAID SPECIAL ELECTION; AND TO RESTATE AND RENUMBER SECTION 2.3606 IN ITS ENTIRETY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE (Presentation by Interim Economic Development Director Bob Schneeman) 22. Discussion and possible action regarding an amendment to the Thoroughfare Plan Component of San Angelo's Comprehensive Plan, specifically planned projections collector streets bounded by Jackson Street to the north, Knickerbocker Road to the west, South Bryant Boulevard to the east, and Loop 306 to the south in south-central San Angelo (Presentation by Interim Development Services Director AJ Fawver) 23. Consideration of accepting the City of San Angelo’s Fiscal Year 2012 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Single Audit as presented by the City’s external auditor (Presentation by Finance Director Tina Bunnell) 24. Discussion and consideration of the possibility of issuing rebates of Water Fees and any action related thereto (Presentation by Budget Manager Morgan Chegwidden) 25. First public hearing and consideration of introducing an Ordinance amending the 2013-2014 Budget AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2013, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2014, FOR ENCUMBRANCES, RESTRICTED AND DEDICATED MONEYS, INCOMPLETE PROJECTS, AND GRANTS. (Presentation by Budget Manager Morgan Chegwidden) Addendum Discussion and consideration of providing direction to the City of San Angelo Development Corporation regarding the fiscal year 2013-2014 budget (Requested by Council Member Farmer) 26. Discussion and consideration of hosting a joint meeting with City Council, Tom Green County Commissioner’s Court, and San Angelo Independent School District Trustees regarding the coordination of shared resources (Requested by Mayor Morrison) City Council Agenda Page 6 of 7 November 19, 2013
  • H. FOLLOW UP AND ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES 27. Consideration of and possible action on matters discussed in Executive/Closed Session, if needed 28. Consideration of authorizing funding and payment for City’s proportionate share of costs incurred for services pursuant to the Interlocal Agreement between cities of Abilene, Midland and San Angelo, effective April 9, 2011 (West Texas Water Partnership), for the quarterly invoice dated September 17, 2013 and October 29, 2013 (Presentation by Finance Director Tina Bunnell) 29. Announcements and consideration of Future Agenda Items 30. Adjournment The City Council reserves the right to consider business out of the posted order, and at any time during the meeting, reserves the right to adjourn into executive session on any of the above posted agenda items which are not listed as executive session items and which qualify to be discussed in closed session under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. Given by order of the City Council and posted in accordance with Title 5, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Thursday, November 14, 2013, at 5:00 P.M. /s/________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk City Council Agenda Page 7 of 7 November 19, 2013
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November. 12, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Alonzo Carrasco, Traffic Operations Superintendent Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Alonzo Carrasco, Traffic Operations, 325-657-4377 x1471 Caption: Consent Item Consideration of awarding bid TR-02-13/Thermoplastic striping to Flat Line Inc. of Childress, TX. for installation of pavement markings on 2013 seal coated streets, and authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute any necessary related documents. Summary: The Traffic Operations Department is requesting City Council approval to award bid pricing for the service of applying thermoplastic pavement markings to several of streets that were recently seal coated. This includes approximately 29,740' of yellow center stripe, 1000' of white stripe, 13 crosswalk locations, 15 stop bar and school zone locations, and 32 rail road crossing markings. Bids were sent out to Double A Contracting-Odessa TX., Texas Panhandle Construction-Childress TX., Flat LineChildress TX., Roadsafe Traffic Systems-Pflugerville TX., Stripe-A-Zone, Inc.-Grand Prairie TX., and Batterson-Houston TX. A bid was received from Flat Line Inc. – Childress TX. History: The City contracts out thermoplastic striping to ensure the longest lifespan of pavement markings, thus prolonging replacement and providing the most economical benefit for the City. Financial Impact: The cost for having thermoplastic applied in these quantities is $77,706.00 from account 101-3200-432-0435. Related Vision Item: NA Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends awarding bid to: Flat Line Inc. – Childress, TX Attachments: Bid Tab TR-02-13 Presentation: None Approved by Legal: NA Reviewed by Service Area Director: Shane Kelton, Operations Director, 11-8-13
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO RFB: TR-92-13/Thermoplastic Striping Rebid November 7, 2013; 2:00pm Local Time Line Flat Line 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description Hot Applied Thermoplastic Reflective Pavement markings Type I, Yellow 4" Hot Applied Thermoplastic Reflective Pavement markings Type I, White 4" Hot Applied Thermoplastic Reflective Pavement markings Type I, White 8" Stop Bars Thermoplastic Reflective Marking Type I White 16" Preformed or Hand lined machine applied SCHOOL ZONE: Speed Bars Thermoplastic Reflective Marking Type I White 16" Preformed or Hand lined machine applied Crosswalks Continental, Thermoplastic Reflective Marking Type I White 24" Preformed or Hand lined machine applied Railroad Crossing Narrow, Thermoplastic Reflective Marking Type I White X & RR Preformed Railroad Crossing, Thermoplastic Reflective Marking Type I White 24" Preformed or Hand lined machine applied Bidders List Double A. Contracting, L.P. TEXAS PANHANDLE CONSTRUCTION, INC Flat Line, INC. Roadsafe Traffic Systems, Inc. Stripe-A-Zone, Inc. Batterson Unit Unit Price Est. Qty Extended Price LF 29,740 $ 0.40 $ 11,896.00 LF 1,000 $ 0.40 $ 400.00 LF 2,000 $ 1.00 $ 2,000.00 LF 1,107 $ 11.00 $ 12,177.00 LF 468 $ 11.00 $ 5,148.00 LF 880 $ 13.00 $ 11,440.00 EA 32 $ 500.00 $ 16,000.00 LF 1,695 Total $ 18,645.00 77,706.00 Odessa, Tx Childress, Tx Childress, Tx Pflugerville Tx Grand Prairie, Tx Houston, Tx 11.00 $ $
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: October 23, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: John Eades, Information Technology Subject: Agenda Item for November 19th, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: John Eades, Information Technology, 657-4338 Ext - 1363 Caption: Consent Agenda Item Consideration of selecting Suddenlink Business for RFT IT-01-13 for Long Distance phone service and phone connectivity (PRIs and POTs) services, authorizing staff to negotiate a five year contract, and authorizing the City Manager to execute said contract Summary: The City of San Angelo posted RFP:IT-01-13 on the COSA website, advertised in the San Angelo Standard Times Newspaper, and directly notified three vendors. Suddenlink Business and Communications Etc. (a local business) responded to the RFP:IT-01-13. >PRIs (five high capacity phone lines to connect phone system to the outside) >POTs (analog telephone lines for faxes, elevators, and security systems) >Long Distance services. Suddenlink Business provided a proposal that reduced cost to the City and has the technical staff to support the proposal History: Verizon is the current vendor for phone services (PRI and analog service) and NST in Abilene TX is the current long distance service vendor. In an effort to reduce the operating cost for phone services, telephone land lines and long distance expense, the Purchasing department sent out RFP IT-01-13. Financial Impact: The Suddenlink Business contract saves the City $21,000 a year. Related Vision Item (if applicable): Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends the City execute the contract submitted by Suddenlink Business. Attachments: Bid Comparison Suddenlink Contract Presentation: Publication: N/A N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Tina Bunnell, Finance Director
  • Commercial Service Order & Agreement Account Rep Phone Number Fax Number Michele Farley 325-437-4422 325-437-4412 System Address Customer Information v3.1 12.10.2012 Suddenlink Business Office 4272 W Houston Expy San Angelo, TX 76901 Authorized Customer Representative Account Number Full Name John Eades Legal Company Name City of San Angelo Telephone 325-657-4438 Street Address 72 West College Avenue Fax City/State/Zip San Angelo, TX 76903 Email Address John.eades@cosatx.us Billing Address Federal Tax ID City/State/Zip Requested Delivery Date: If Bar or Restaurant account, notate occupancy (1-50; 51-100; 101-150; 151-200; 201-300; 301-500; 501+) ________ Taxes and Fees Not Included Monthly Recurring Service Description 2 Way PRI B Channels DIDs EUCL Fee for Trunks Unlimited BCP Lines EUCL Fee for BCP Lines PLUS, check if Applicable: Quantity 5 115 600 5 126 126 Unit Price $250.00 $10.00 $ .26 $30.00 $19.95 $ 5.25 Term (Months) 60 Months 60 Months 60 Months 60 Months 60 Months 60 Months (video rates subject to no more than 10% annual increases ) One Time Activation & Setup Fees $1,250.00 $1,150.00 $ 156.00 $ 150.00 $2,513.70 $ 661.50 NetSecure Service (Addendum attached) including ____ (number) Nodes Totals *download and upload speeds are maximum speeds; they may vary and are not guaranteed Equipment Charges Description Quantity $5,881.20 Unit Price Total Fee For phone & PRI customers: A) change my local and my intrastate and interstate long distance services provider to Suddenlink Communications B) Unless outbound international calling is authorized by initialing of this provision, no international call may be completed by this/these numbers until such time that customer authorizes international calls to be allowed. ________________ (initial here) Special Conditions (for point to point and multipoint services, include the addresses of all circuit termination locations) PRI Trunks will be installed as follows: Location A: City Hall 72 W. College Ave - 2 – PRI Trunks w/46 Channels and 288 DIDs Location B: PSC Comm Center 323 E. Beauregard – 2 PRI Trunks w/46 Channels and 287 DIDs Location C: EOC 8485 Hanger Rd – 1 PRI Trunk w/23 Channels and 25 DIDs Pricing does not include taxes and fees which are estimated at 30% without tax exemptions Quantities above are based on information provided in the attached Exhibit A – Suddenlink Response to RFP #IT-01-13 NOTICE REGARDING 911 SERVICES While your Suddenlink Phone Service may be supported by a battery backup, it is electrically powered. In the event of a power outage or Suddenlink network failure, 911 service will not be available. You are prohibited from moving the phone modem from the address where it was installed. If you move the phone modem, the 911 service may not function properly and emergency operators will not be able to identify the caller’s location. By signing this Agreement; (i) you represent that you are the Customer or Customer’s authorized agent; (ii) you agree that you have received a copy of and have been given an opportunity to review this Commercial Service Order and the Commercial Service Agreement, of which this Service Order is a part; (iii) you agree to the terms and conditions of the Commercial Service Agreement; (iv) you acknowledge that you have read and understood the Notice Regarding 911 Services above; (v) you agree that all work by Suddenlink or Suddenlink’s agent has been performed to your satisfaction as set forth herein; and (vi) you acknowledge that THIS BUSINESS SERVICE AGREEMENT CONTAINS A BINDING ARBITRATION PROVISION WHICH MAY BE ENFORCED BY THE PARTIES. This Agreement shall not be deemed effective until it has been executed by both parties. Final proposed prices in this Agreement are valid for 30 business days from the date below of the Suddenlink signatory. The prices are firm for the term of this Agreement when signed below by the Customer and by Suddenlink. ______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Customer Authorized Signature Date _____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Print Name Title ______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ____ Cequel Communications, LLC dba Suddenlink Communications, on behalf of its affiliates providing services hereunder (“Suddenlink”) Date ______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________ Print Name Title 1 of 4 P a g e s
  • ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Lysia Bowling, City Attorney APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: John Eades, Information Technology Manager 2 of 4 P a g e s
  • Commercial Service Agreement TERMS OF SERVICE APPLICABLE TO ANY AND ALL SERVICE(S): Customer, identified in the Service Order (defined in paragraph 1 below), understands and agrees that this Commercial Service Agreement, together with the Annex and any applicable tariff, (collectively, the "Agreement") applies to each and every communication service provided to Customer by Suddenlink Communications and any affiliate of Suddenlink Communications that to the extent such affiliate provides Services to you under this Agreement ("Suddenlink") ("Service(s)"), which may include, without limitation, cable television service ("Video Service"), high speed data service ("High Speed Internet Service"), voice service ("Phone Service") and related equipment ("Equipment"). This Commercial Service Agreement, along with the Annex, each as may be updated from time to time, can be found on our website at www.suddenlink.com. 1. Agreement. This Agreement shall be effective upon execution by the parties, and Services shall be provided for the Term (as defined in Section 5 below). Customer agrees to be bound to this Agreement by: (i) executing a copy of the Commercial Service Order presented to Customer at the time of installation ("Service Order"), (ii) ordering a Service, or (iii) using one or more Services at Customer's location. Suddenlink may, in its sole discretion, change, modify, add or remove portions of this Agreement at any time by giving Customer notice in accordance with this Agreement. Customer's continued use of the Services following such notice shall be deemed as Customer's acceptance to any revision in this Agreement. If Customer does not agree to the revised Agreement, Customer must immediately notify Suddenlink of Customer's intent to terminate Service and return all Equipment. of written notice from Suddenlink, removal of Equipment from Customer's premises and/or imposition of an Administrative fee in accordance with applicable law. 2. Services and Use. Suddenlink shall use reasonable efforts to make the Services available by any requested service date. Suddenlink shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever resulting from delays in meeting any service dates due to delays resulting from construction or for reasons beyond its control. The parties acknowledge and agree that, except for Web hosting, if applicable, and as otherwise set forth in the Commercial Services Order, Customer may only use the Services for its own commercial purposes and not that of any third party, and Customer shall not resell the Services. Customer shall be responsible for any software and content displayed and distributed by Customer or Customer's web hosting customers, if any. Unless otherwise expressly set forth in the Commercial Service Order, Customer acknowledges that pay per view events and premium video and audio services may not be available, and, if provided, may be subject to additional charges beyond the base rate. Suddenlink shall provide Customer with the Services and Equipment identified on Customer's Commercial Service Order; provided, however, if Suddenlink determines that Customer's location is not serviceable under Suddenlink's normal installation guidelines, Suddenlink may terminate this Agreement. Unless provided otherwise herein, Suddenlink shall use reasonable efforts to maintain the Services in accordance with applicable performance standards, however, Suddenlink shall have no responsibility for the maintenance or repair of networks, facilities and equipment not furnished by Suddenlink. 6. Term, Early Termination. The term of the Service Order shall commence on the date that any Service commences and shall terminate upon the expiration or earlier termination of the term set forth on the Service Order (the “Term”). If a Service Order does not specify a term, the Term shall be one (1) year from the date that any Service commences. Upon the expiration of the Term, each Service Order(s) shall automatically renew for successive periods of one (1) year each ("Renewal Term(s)"), unless prior notice of non-renewal is delivered by either party to the other at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of the Service Term or the then current Renewal Term. Effective at any time after the end of the Term and from time to time therein, Suddenlink may, modify the charges for HSI and/or Video Services to reflect then-current prevailing pricing subject to thirty (30) days prior notice. Customer will have thirty (30) days from receipt of such notice to cancel the applicable Service without further liability. Should Customer fail to cancel within this timeframe, Customer will be deemed to have accepted the modified Service pricing for the remainder of the Renewal Term. If Customer cancels, terminates or downgrades the Service before the completion of the Term, or prior to the term of any promotional offer, Customer agrees to pay Suddenlink all sums, which shall become due and owing as of the effective date of the cancellation or termination, including: (i) all non-recurring charges reasonably expended by Suddenlink to establish service to Customer and not remunerated, (ii) any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges reasonably incurred and paid by Suddenlink to third parties on behalf of Customer, and (iii) all recurring charges for the remaining balance of the Term or term of the promotional offer. 3. Distribution System and Inside Wiring. "Distribution System" shall mean (1) all distribution plant and associated electronics, equipment and wiring installed or provided by Suddenlink or its predecessors which is necessary to distribute Services throughout the premises, but specifically excluding Inside Wiring defined below, and (2) all equipment furnished by Suddenlink at the premises. The installation of the Distribution System and Inside Wiring by Suddenlink will meet all applicable FCC specifications and will be installed in a good, workmanlike manner. Ownership of the Distribution System shall at all times be and remain in Suddenlink and shall be used exclusively by Suddenlink operations. Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement, Suddenlink shall continue to own and control the entire Distribution System. Upon termination of this Agreement and if Suddenlink is no longer providing Services to the premises, Suddenlink has the option to remove all or any portion of the Distribution System, provided that any damage to the premises caused by removal of the Distribution System will be repaired by Suddenlink to Customer’s reasonable satisfaction. Any part of the Distribution System remaining on the premises shall become the sole property of Customer. "Inside Wiring" shall mean that wiring located within the property. Ownership of the Inside Wiring shall at all times be and remain in Customer. Customer shall be responsible for the repair and maintenance of the Inside Wiring, in a good, workmanlike manner in accordance with all applicable codes, regulations, or laws. 4. Payment. Customer shall pay all monthly service charges, plus nonrecurring, one-time set-up, installation and/or construction charges as set forth on the Commercial Service Order. Unless stated otherwise on the Commercial Service Order, Monthly Recurring Charges/Access Charges ("MRCs") for Services shall begin upon, and Non Recurring Charge/One-time Activation and Set-up Fees ("NRCs") if any shall be due upon, the commencement of Services. Any amount not received by the due date will be subject to additional fees as set forth below. If applicable to the Service, Customer shall pay sales, use, gross receipts, excise, access, universal service fund assessments, 911 fees, franchise fees, bypass or other local, state and Federal taxes, broadcast surcharges or other charges imposed on the use of the Services. Taxes will be separately stated on the Customer's invoice. Unpaid balances shall be subject to interest or late charges at the maximum rate allowed by law. Failure to pay the total balance when due may be grounds for Suddenlink to impose an administrative fee ("Administrative Fee") in accordance with applicable law. Any Administrative Fee imposed on Customer is intended to be a reasonable advance estimate of costs of managing past due accounts. Suddenlink does not extend credit to Suddenlink's customers and the Administrative Fee is not interest, a credit service charge or a finance charge. Failure to receive a bill does not release Customer from Customer's obligation to pay. Failure to pay the total balance when due shall constitute a breach of this Agreement and may be grounds for termination of Service upon written notice to Customer if Customer has failed to correct such non-payment default within ten (10) days 5. Additional Fees. In addition to MRCs, NRCs, late charges, interest, and any Administrative Fee, additional fees may be imposed, including fees for returned checks, charge card chargeback, early termination, reconnection and service calls. Additional charges, including attorney fees, may also be imposed if collection activities are required to recover past due balances. A list of fees is available on Suddenlink's website (www.suddenlink.com) ("Schedule of Fees"). Suddenlink reserves the right to amend or change the Schedule of Fees from time to time by posting the changes on Suddenlink's website. 7. Disputed Charges. Customer must notify Suddenlink in writing of billing errors disputes or requests for credit within thirty (30) days after Customer receives the bill for which correction of an error or credit is sought. The date of the dispute shall be the date Suddenlink receives sufficient documentation to enable Suddenlink to investigate the dispute. The date of the resolution is the date Suddenlink completes its investigation and notifies the Customer of the disposition of the dispute. 8. Default. If Customer fails to comply with any material provision of this Agreement, including, but not limited to failure to make payment as specified, then Suddenlink, at its sole option, may elect to pursue one or more of the following courses of action upon proper notice to Customer as required by applicable law: (i) terminate service whereupon all sums then due and payable shall become immediately due and payable, (ii) suspend all or any part of Services, and/or (iii) pursue any other remedies, including reasonable attorneys' fees, as may be provided at law or in equity, including the applicable termination liabilities. 9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT FOR ANY REFUNDS OR CREDITS AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS AGREEMENT, SUDDENLINK, ITS OFFICERS, SHAREHOLDERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AFFILIATES, VENDORS, CARRIER PARTNERS, CONTENT PROVIDERS AND OTHER PERSONS OR ENTITIES INVOLVED IN PROVIDING THE SERVICES OR EQUIPMENT (COLLECTIVELY, THE "SUDDENLINK PARTIES") SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, COST OR EXPENSE INCLUDING DIRECT, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, TREBLE, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSSES OR DAMAGES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFITS, EARNINGS, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, LOSS OF DATA, PERSONAL INJURY (INCLUDING DEATH), PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LEGAL FEES AND EXPENSES, SOUGHT BY CUSTOMER OR ANYONE ELSE USING CUSTOMER’S SERVICE ACCOUNT, AND/OR USE OF THE EQUIPMENT OR OTHERWISE ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THE INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, FAILURE, REMOVAL OR USE OF SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT OR CUSTOMER"S RELIANCE ON THE SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY LIABILITY THAT ARISES DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICES (INCLUDING THE INABILITY TO ACCESS EMERGENCY 911 OR E911 SERVICES), MISTAKES, OMISSIONS, INTERRUPTIONS, FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, DELETION OR CORRUPTION OF FILES, WORK STOPPAGE, ERRORS, DEFECTS, DELAYS IN OPERATION, DELAYS IN INSTALLATION, FAILURE TO MAINTAIN PROPER STANDARDS OF OPERATION, FAILURE TO EXERCISE REASONABLE SUPERVISION, DELAYS IN TRANSMISSION, BREACH OF WARRANTY OR FAILURE OF PERFORMANCE OF 3 of 4 P a g e s
  • THE SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT; OR RESULTING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY OUT OF, OR OTHERWISE ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH, ANY ALLEGATION, CLAIM, SUIT OR OTHER PROCEEDING RELATING TO SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT, OR THE INFRINGEMENT OF THE COPYRIGHT, PATENT, TRADEMARK , TRADE SECRET, CONFIDENTIALITY, PRIVACY, OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OR CONTRACTUAL RIGHTS OF ANY THIRD PARTY. SUDDENLINK"S MAXIMUM LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER ARISING UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE THE LESSER OF $5,000.00 OR THE AMOUNT ACTUALLY PAID BY CUSTOMER FOR SERVICES HEREUNDER FOR THE RESPECTIVE REGULAR BILLING PERIOD. 10. WARRANTIES. CUSTOMER AGREES THAT THE SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT ARE PROVIDED BY SUDDENLINK ON AN "AS IS" AND "AS AVAILABLE" BASIS WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, THERE ARE NO AGREEMENTS, WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EITHER IN FACT OR BY OPERATION OF LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, RELATING TO THE SERVICES. SERVICES PROVIDED ARE A BEST EFFORTS SERVICE AND SUDDENLINK DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICES, EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE SHALL BE ERROR-FREE OR WITHOUT INTERRUPTION. SUDDENLINK MAKES NO WARRANTY AS TO TRANSMISSION OR UPSTREAM OR DOWNSTREAM SPEEDS OF THE NETWORK. ALL USE OF THE SERVICES ARE PROVIDED AT CUSTOMER'S SOLE RISK AND CUSTOMER ASSUMES TOTAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR CUSTOMER'S OR ANY USER'S USE OF THE SERVICES. THE SUDDENLINK PARTIES MAKE NO WARRANTIES THAT THE SERVICE, EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ANY CUSTOMER EQUIPMENT AND ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR IMPAIRMENT OF SERVICE DUE IN WHOLE OR IN PART TO CUSTOMER EQUIPMENT. THE SUDDENLINK PARTIES MAKE NO WARRANTY AS TO THE SECURITY OF CUSTOMER'S COMMUNICATIONS VIA SUDDENLINK'S FACILITIES OR SERVICES, OR THAT THIRD PARTIES WILL NOT GAIN UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO OR MONITOR CUSTOMER'S COMMUNICATIONS. CUSTOMER AGREES THAT CUSTOMER HAS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO SECURE CUSTOMER'S COMMUNICATIONS AND THAT THE SUDDENLINK PARTIES WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS ASSOCIATED WITH SUCH UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS. 11. Indemnity. Intentionally Deleted. 12. Miscellaneous. The Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Suddenlink and Customer for the Services and equipment provided herein. The invalidity or unenforceability of any term or condition of this Agreement shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. This Agreement may be modified, waived or amended only by a written instrument signed by the parties; provided however, that Suddenlink may modify this Agreement and the AUP and if Customer continues to use the Service, Customer shall be bound by such modifications. The rights and obligations of the parties under this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas. The failure by either party to exercise one or more rights provided in this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver of the right to exercise such right in the future. Notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be delivered either by personal delivery or by mail. If delivered by mail, notices shall be sent by any overnight mail service with proof of receipt; or by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested; with all postage and charges prepaid. All notices and other written communications under this Agreement shall be addressed to the parties at the addresses on the first page of this Agreement, or as specified by subsequent written notice delivered by the party whose address has changed. Suddenlink may also deliver any required or desired notice hereunder to Customer by contacting the telephone number on Customer's account. All representations, warranties, indemnifications, dispute resolution provisions and limitations of liability contained in this Agreement shall survive the termination of this Agreement, as well as any other obligations of the parties hereunder which, by their terms, would be expected to survive such termination or which relate to the period prior to termination (including legal conditions, payment, and Suddenlink rights and the rights of others). 13. Regulatory Authority-Force Majeure. This Agreement and the obligations of the parties shall be subject to modification to comply with all applicable laws, regulations, court rulings, and administrative orders, as amended. In no event shall either party have any claim against the other for failure of performance if such failure is caused by acts of God, natural disasters including fire, flood, or winds, civil or military action, including riots, civil insurrections or acts of terrorists or the taking of property by condemnation. Suddenlink may, in its sole discretion, immediately terminate this Agreement, in whole or in part, in the event there is a material change in any law, rule, regulation, Force Majeure event, or judgment of any court or government agency, and that change affects Suddenlink's ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement. 14. ARBITRATION. Intentionally Deleted. 15. Assignment. Customer may not assign, in whole or in part, this Agreement without the prior written consent of Suddenlink, which consent may be withheld in Suddenlink's discretion. Suddenlink may assign, in whole or in part, this Agreement, and Service may be provided by one or more legally authorized Suddenlink affiliates. 4 of 4 P a g e s
  • RFP: IT‐01‐13/PRI,POTS, and Long Distance         Vendor Proposal October 7, 2013 Communications Etc Suddenlink Business QTY Rate Extended DID 625           0.95         593.75 Channel Fee 120         27.00      3,240.00 E911 Fee 554           1.30         720.20 Directory Fee 554           1.30         720.20 CNAM Fee 554           1.30         720.20 Analog Connection Fee 71         37.50      2,662.50 Maintenance Fee 191           2.50         477.50 Verizon locations ‐ not supported by Suddenlink                ‐ Monthly Cost      9,134.35 625 554 554 1         12.00           3.00         13.00   5,000.00 EOC QTY 25 1 1 1 0 Rate 0.26 230 30 250 0.029 19.95 5.25 Extended         156.00     1,150.00         150.00     1,250.00         240.47     2,513.70         661.50         697.00     6,818.67 Suddenlink Business Setup Communications Etc Setup DID Port E911 Setup Directory Setup Wireless Seup Total Setup CH PSC QTY QTY DID 288 287 Channel Fee per 23 2 2 EUCL Fee 2 2 PRI 2 2 Long Distance 8292 Fax/Alarm/Elevator 126 0 EUCL Fee F/A/E 126 Verizon locations ‐ not supported by Suddenlink Monthly Cost      7,500.00      1,662.00      7,202.00      5,000.00    21,364.00 0.00
  • Verizon Bill                               8,011.00                               8,026.00                               7,938.00                               7,991.67 NTS Bill Annual Min Month Min 99,511.00    8,292.58
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: Thursday, April 04, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Luis Elguezabal, A.A.E., Airport Director Subject: Consideration for November 19, 2013 meeting Contact: Luis Elguezabal, A.A.E., Airport, 325-659-6409 or extension-1010 Caption: CONSENT CONSIDERATION OF AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE SUPPLEMENTAL LEASE AGREEMENT NO. 4 TO LEASE GS-07B-15605; ALL RELATED DOCUMENTS, BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AND THE UNITED STATES GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (U.S. GSA) AT SAN ANGELO REGIONAL AIRPORT Summary: City staff received a request from the General Services Administration (GSA) to renew the lease agreement for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). TSA will use this space as a break room. The previous term of this lease ends January 2, 2014. GSA is requesting a 5-year renewal, ending January 2, 2019. All of the terms and rates coincide with the airport’s approved rates and charges. History: The City currently leases 500 sq. ft. to the GSA, known as the TSA Break room. The Government would renew this lease for 5 years. Financial Impact: The current Lease Agreement generated revenue funds of $1,480.83 monthly or $17,770 annually for the City of San Angelo Supplemental Lease Agreement #4 will generate revenue funds of $1,522.50 monthly or $18,270 annually for the City of San Angelo in years one and two escalating to $18,770 annually in year three; $19,270 annually in year four; and $19,770 annually in the final year. Related Vision Item Provide Adequate Amenities for the Airport. Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval Attachments: Supplemental Lease Agreement #4 Presentation: None Publication: None Reviewed by Director: Luis Elguezabal, A.A.E., Airport, 09-27-13 Approved by Legal: City Attorney Lysia H. Bowling 11/1/13
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 6, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator Subject: Consent Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator, 657-4407 Caption: Consider authorizing the City Manager or his designee to establish the fair market value of 0.067 acres of surplus property adjacent to Lot 1, Block 1, Group 4, Lake Nasworthy Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, in southwest San Angelo, for purposes of disposing of surplus property and the authority to execute all documents necessary to convey the surface estate only in the surplus property by Special Warranty Deed to the adjacent lot owner, reserving unto the City of San Angelo blanket drainage and utility easements Summary: The property owner of Lot 1, Block 1, Group 4, Lake Nasworthy Additions, which is adjacent to the surplus 0.067 acres of land described in the caption above, approached the Water Utilities Department regarding a possible acquisition of this property for landscaping use, to be maintained by the property owner. In assessing the request, it was determined that the 0.067 acres of land has been determined to be surplus property and City staff has no objections to conveying this property. History: State law allows for a tract of property which is not necessary to the municipality and is not buildable to be sold to an adjacent property owner (and only an adjacent property owner) for its fair market value. The fair market value will include an amount discounted for the following factors: retaining of blanket easements by both the City and external utility companies and size of the property. Financial Impact: No cost, profit of appraised value. Related Vision Item (if applicable): None. Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Graphic representation of subject property; field notes, Special Warranty Deed Presentation: None. Publication: None. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney.
  • Reviewed by Office of City Attorney: Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney, November 6, 2013
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 5, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Cindy Preas, Real Estate Administrator Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Cindy Preas, Real Estate Administrator Caption: Consent Item Consideration of authorizing the sale of the following properties for the appraised value and authorizing the Mayor, City Manager, or Water Utilities Director to execute all necessary legal documents pertaining to the sale of subject properties, subject to completion of all curative requirements. Summary: Dennis L. Durham and Norma Durham Lot 56, Group Red Bluff Lung K. Ng and Rose L. Ng Lot 11A, Block 1, Group 10 History: 3005 Red Bluff Circle $93,700 2171 Gun Club Road $23,900 None. Financial Impact: Upon approval, proceeds from the sale of residential lake lots will be placed in the Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund. Related Vision Item (if applicable): None. Other Information/Recommendation: If the sales are approved at the appraised value, a title examination will be performed and legal staff will prepare a Real Estate Contract of Sale, Special Warranty Deed and Surrender of Lease, as previously approved by City Council. Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Appraisal Reports (Durham and Ng) Presentation: None. Publication: None. Reviewed by Service Area Director: Lysia H. Bowling. Reviewed by City Attorney: Lysia H. Bowling
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 12, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Rick Weise, Assistant City Manager Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate (657-4407) Caption: Consent Item Summary: History: Consideration of adopting a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a License Agreement for Aerial Deck and Supporting Structures between the City of San Angelo and 333 South Chadbourne LLC for constructing and maintaining one aerial deck and six (6) supporting structures on and over City owned property, and such other instruments as may be necessary or convenient for carrying out such purposes; and, finding a public purpose and benefit therein 333 South Chadbourne LLC (Licensee) is requesting a license to use the north eighteen (18) feet of the west one hundred one (101) feet of Lot 4, of the O. B. Sampson Subdivision of Lots 1 to 10 in Block B of the Main Part of the City of San Angelo, as shown on Exhibit “A.” If approved, the Licensee plans to utilize the licensed area for an aerial deck and six deck support structures. City of San Angelo owns certain real property (“Licensed Premises”) abutting the South Concho River to the south and property identified as 333 South Chadbourne to the north. The building located at 333 South Chadbourne Street is owned by Licensee and is within the Central Business District and the Downtown Development District. Licensee’s renovation plans for the building include the addition of an aerial deck and six deck supporting structures. City reserves the right to use Licensed Premises below the aerial deck, and Licensee’s deck support structures and aerial deck foundation, for City’s purposes to include construction of additional improvements on Licensed Premises in City’s sole discretion. Financial Impact: None Related Vision Item (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: License Agreement for Aerial Deck and Supporting Structures and Resolution Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Director: Approved by Legal: Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO CITY COUNCIL AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR AERIAL DECK AND SUPPORTING STRUCTURES BETWEEN THE CITY AND 333 SOUTH CHADBOURNE LLC FOR CONSTRUCTING AND MAINTAINING ONE AERIAL DECK AND SIX SUPPORTING STRUCTURES ON AND OVER CITY-OWNED PROPERTY IDENTIFIED AS LOT 4 OF THE O. B. SAMPSON SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 1 TO 10 IN BLOCK B OF THE MAIN PART OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, AND SUCH OTHER INSTRUMENTS AS MAY BE NECESSARY OR CONVENIENT FOR CARRYING OUT SUCH PURPOSES; AND FINDING A PUBLIC PURPOSE AND BENEFIT THEREIN. WHEREAS, City of San Angelo owns certain property identified as Lot 4 of the O. B. Sampson Subdivision of Lots 1 to 10 in Block B of the Main Part of the City of San Angelo (“Licensed Premises”); and, WHEREAS, 333 South Chadbourne LLC (“Licensee”) owns property and a building located at 333 South Chadbourne Street, being within the Central Business District and the Downtown Development District and adjacent to Licensed Premises; renovation plans to said building include the addition of a deck and support structures; and, WHEREAS, Licensee’s would like to utilize Licensed Premises for purposes of constructing and maintaining the aerial deck and six deck supporting structures; and WHEREAS, City reserves the right to use Licensed Premises below the aerial deck, Licensee’s deck support structures and aerial deck foundation for City’s purposes to include construction of additional improvements on Licensed Premises; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the granting of the application for a license for purposes of constructing and maintaining the aerial deck and six (6) support structures over a portion of the city-owned property will be in the public interest and benefit: NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: The recitals hereinabove stated are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein and made a part of this resolution. The City Council of the City of San Angelo, Texas, hereby determines that there is a public necessity for, and the public welfare and convenience will be served by granting said License Agreement for Aerial Deck and Supporting Structures to 333 South Chadbourne LLC. The City Manager is hereby authorized to execute a License Agreement for Aerial Deck and Supporting Structures with 333 South Chadbourne LLC on behalf of the City of San Angelo for purposes of constructing and maintaining one aerial deck and six (6) supporting structures
  • over city-owned property identified as Lot 4 of the O. B. Sampson Subdivision of Lots 1 to 10 in Block B of the Main Part of the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, and such other instruments as may be necessary or convenient for carrying out such purposes. PASSED and APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO CONTENT APPROVED AS TO FORM Rick Weise, Assistant City Manager Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: October 30, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator (657-4407) Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Diana Farris, Property Specialist (657-4407) Caption: Consent Item Consideration of adopting a Resolution of the City of San Angelo authorizing the mayor to execute a tax-resale (quitclaim) deed conveying all right, title and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing units interested in the Tax Foreclosure Judgment or Tax Warrant: 2118 Shelton, (Stephens), S 50' of N 100' of W 150' of Lot 7, Block 3, Home Acres, $1,886, Suit No. A-11-0193-TAX Summary: The subject property was auctioned at Sheriff’s Sale. No offers were received causing subject properties to be stuck-off to the City, as Trustee for itself and the other taxing entities. History: The attached Property Analysis reflects amounts of delinquent taxes, accrued penalties, interest, attorney fees and costs for delinquent years of, together with additional penalties and interest at the rates prescribed by Chapter 33, Tex. Propety Financial Impact: Upon approval: (1) The City will retain a $500 Administration fee; (2) The balance will be distributed according to the judgment or tax warrant on the Sheriff’s Return; and (3) Property will be reinstated back onto tax roll. Related Vision Item Financial Vision – Examine liquidation of unused or underperforming city-owned properties (if applicable): Neighborhood Vision – Attract reinvestment Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Resolution, Property Analysis, Tax-Resale Deed, and Property Location Map Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Director: Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney Approved by Legal: Adopted: 5/30/03 Revised: 6/21/10
  • A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE A TAX-RESALE (QUITCLAIM) DEED CONVEYING ALL RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, AND ALL OTHER TAXING UNITS INTERESTED IN THE TAX FORECLOSURE JUDGMENT WHEREAS, by Sheriff’s Sale, the properties described below were struck-off to the City of San Angelo, Trustee, pursuant to delinquent tax foreclosure decrees of the 51st Judicial District, Tom Green County, Texas; and WHEREAS, offers have been made for the purchase of said properties pursuant to Section 34.05, Texas Tax Code Ann.(Vernon, 1982); and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO that its Mayor, Dwain Morrison, is hereby authorized to execute a Tax-Resale (quitclaim) Deed conveying the following described real properties to the following as specified below, all of the right, title, and interest of the City of San Angelo, and all other taxing units interested in the tax foreclosure judgment, located in San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas: Conveying to: CHARLES C. STEPHENS and AARON STEPHENS, III; ($1,886): South 50 feet of the North 100 feet of the West 150 feet of Lot 7, Block 3, Home Acres Addition, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, as described in a deed recorded in Volume 854, Page 534, Deed Records, Tom Green County, Texas. Account #15-28100-0003-016-00 APPROVED AND ADOPTED ON THE DAY OF , 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS _______________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ______________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: ______________________________ Cindy M. Preas, Real Estate Administrator ______________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Finance Department Memo Date: October 25, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Morgan Chegwidden, Budget Manager Subject: Agenda Item for November 5, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Chegwidden, Budget Manager, 653-6291 Caption: Regular (1st reading) Consent (2nd reading) First public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance amending the 2013-2014 Budget for a contract change order. Summary: This proposed amendment contains the following item (additional information attached): • History: Airport Terminal Project Change Order See attached Budget Amendment Request memorandum. Financial Impact: $29,286 (see attached detail on Exhibit A of the Ordinance) Related Vision Item (if applicable): N/A Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Ordinance including Exhibit A; Department request memos Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Director: Tina Bunnell, Director of Finance
  • AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2013, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2014, FOR A CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER. WHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that new projects not included in the current budget should begin, and WHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that certain budgeted amounts should be amended due to project changes and unforeseen circumstances, and WHEREAS the resources necessary for these changes are available; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: The City’s budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 be amended by the amounts contained in Exhibit A. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013, and APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS __________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: __________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved as to Content and Form: __________________________________ Tina Bunnell, Director of Finance
  • City of San Angelo Proposed Budget Amendment Exhibit A Fund Total Revenue Amendment Total Expense Amendment Net Benefit/(Cost) 0 Description 14,643 (14,643) 14,643 14,643 0 14,643 29,286 (14,643) COSA Operating Budget 529 Passenger Facility Charge Fund 530 Airport Federal Aviation Administration Projects Fund Totals
  • City of San Angelo Proposed Budget Amendment Additional Information Net Benefit/ (Cost) Project/Need Source of Funding Airport Terminal Project Change Order Passenger Facility Charge Fund – Fund Balance 14,643 29,286 (14,643) Totals 14,643 29,286 (14,643) Revenue Expense
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from a Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to a General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY RE: Z 13-34: The River San Angelo Church, Inc. WHEREAS, the Planning Commission for the City of San Angelo and the governing body for the City of San Angelo, in compliance with the charter and the state law with reference to zoning regulations and a zoning map, have given requisite notice by publication and otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all property owners and persons interested, generally, and to persons situated in the affected area and in the vicinity thereof, is of the opinion that zoning changes should be made as set out herein; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: SECTION 1: That the basic zoning ordinance for the City of San Angelo, as enacted by the governing body for the City of San Angelo on January 4, 2000 and included within Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, be and the same is hereby amended insofar as the property hereinafter set forth, and said ordinance generally and the zoning map shall be amended insofar as the property hereinafter described: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo shall henceforth be permanently zoned as follows: General Commercial (CG) District. The Director of Planning is hereby directed to correct zoning district maps in the office of the Director of Planning, to reflect the herein described changes in zoning. SECTION 2: That in all other respects, the use of the hereinabove described property shall be subject to all applicable regulations contained in Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, as amended. SECTION 3: That the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment:
  • SEVERABILITY: The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that, if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. SECTION 4: That the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013 and finally PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ____________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: _________________________ AJ Fawver, Planning Manager ________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of Angelo San Memo Meeting Date: November 5, 2013 To: City Council members From: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Subject: Z 13-36 SAS Texas Properties LLC: A request for approval of a zone change from Heavy Commercial (CH) to General Commercial (CG) to specifically allow for a "Retail Sales & Service" as defined in Section 315.G of the Zoning Ordinance on the following property: Location: An unaddressed tract, located approximately 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo. Purpose: Approval of this request would zone the property General Commercial Contacts: Nathan McQuillan, representative Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Caption: First Public Hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo 325-515-4141 325-657-4210 Z 13-36: SAS Texas Properties LLC AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed tract, located approximately
  • 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from Heavy Commercial (CH) to General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY Summary: The City Council may: (1) Approve the proposed zone change; or (2) Remand the application back to Planning Commission for further discussion, in which case another public hearing will need to be scheduled; or (3) Deny the proposed zone change. Recommendation: zone change. Planning staff recommends approving the proposed On October 21, 2013 the Planning Commission recommended approval of this request 6-0. History and Background: General Information Existing Zoning: Heavy Commercial (CH) Existing Land Use: Undeveloped, billboard. vegetated property with Surrounding Zoning/Land Use: North: West: South: East: RS-1 ML CG & RS-1 RS-1 Thoroughfares/Streets: Undeveloped, vegetated property Outdoor storage & golf course Neighborhood & self-service warehouses Low density single-family residences The North Bryant Boulevard is defined as an "arterial" and is designed to connect collector streets to freeways and other arterials carrying large volumes of traffic at high speeds. Access is secondary and mobility is the primary function of these streets.
  • Zoning History: This property was incorporated within City Limits prior to 1949 and retained a residential zoning status until June 27, 1997, when it was rezoned to Heavy Commercial (ZC97-28). SU 13-06 was a request for a Campground/RV Park on the subject property which was tabled by the Planning Commission. Applicable Regulations: Allowed uses for this property can be found in Section 310 (Use Table) of the Zoning Ordinance. Vision Plan Map: Commercial & Neighborhood Comp Plan Excerpts: Within the Comprehensive Plan, Goal 3 of “Neighborhoods” is to “improve the relationship between adjacent commercial and residential properties”. small portion of “Commercial properties tend to be organized in a single use, isolated pattern of development. This form generates little synergy between businesses and land uses and often results in incompatibility.” “All residents within each neighborhood boundary should be able to meet their daily needs within a reasonable and accessible distance from their home.” “Promote better transition between nearby commercial and residential use of land and buildings.” “Organize commercial uses in nodes to avoid deteriorating corridors.” Special Information Traffic Concerns: Changing the zoning from a higher intensity commercial classification to another slightly lower commercial classification is not anticipated to
  • Parking Requirements: Section 511 of the Zoning Ordinance covers parking improvement standards and amounts. Retail Sales & Service requires 1 space per 200 square feet devoted to retail space. Parking Provided: No parking exists on this property at this time. Density: This area sees very low density development, but is generally sparsely developed and remains in a natural state. Notification Required: Yes Notifications Sent: 19 Responses in Favor: 1 Responses in Opposition: 1 Analysis: In order to approve this zone change request, the City Council members are first required to consider the following criteria: 1. Compatible with Plans and Policies. Whether the proposed amendment is compatible with the Comprehensive Plan and any other land use policies adopted by the Planning Commission or City Council. 2. Consistent with Zoning Ordinance. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would conflict with any portion of this Zoning Ordinance. 3. Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment is compatible with existing and proposed uses surrounding the subject land and is the appropriate zoning district for the land. 4. Changed Conditions. Whether and the extent to which there are changed conditions that require an amendment. 5. Effect on Natural Environment. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in significant adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water and air quality, noise, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the practical functioning of the natural environment. 6. Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment addresses a demonstrated community need.
  • 7. Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community. The staff recommendation is based upon the statements listed below. Staff has found this request to be compatible with the plans and policies adopted by the city. Generally speaking, a Heavy Commercial (CH) zoning district is never appropriate directly adjacent to a neighborhood or residential zoning district in any circumstance. The neighborhood to the south (cul-de-sac and most residences Erin Street) of this subject property was zoned General Commercial (CG) until 2010 when it was rezoned to Single-Family Residential (RS-1) in accordance with the homes that had been there since the mid to late 1980's. However, there was no action taken to remove the CH zoning directly adjacent to this neighborhood. CH allows for Industrial Uses and repair, open and unscreened storage yards, warehouses and freight movement, and full service auto repair among other uses; generally speaking, none of these belong adjacent to a neighborhood with a 10 foot setback for buildings and 6 foot privacy fence as the only buffer. Rezoning to General Commercial gives the property more flexibility in terms of uses, but at the same time reduces the intensity of the uses drastically. Retail Sales and Service (hotels, restaurants, stores, offices, etc) are all uses that would be allowed in CG but not in CH zoning. These uses are much more palatable with the surrounding area when contrasted to the uses allowed in CH. If the zone change were not approved and the property was left with the current zoning, it could be developed as an Industrial Service shop repairing oil field tools and storing large amounts of aggregate materials for example. Staff has found the CG zoning to be in line with the goals and intent of the Zoning Ordinance and plans and policies adopted by the city when contrasted with the CH zoning in place at this time. CG zoning is consistent with this area and would in this case, be extending a CG zone to the northwest. The self service storage facility and multi-family dwelling units to the southeast of this property are also zoned CG. This would create a contiguous CG zone in this area and lead to development patterns that are consistent and predictable which is the intent of the City Zoning Ordinance. The CH zoning district in place at this time could lead to development at an intensity that is not consistent nor compatible with the surrounding development or neighborhood. While the property is undeveloped at this time, it is not realistic to expect a property along a major gateway into the community to remain vacant forever. Should the property develop to the fullest extent under its current zoning, the impacts on the neighborhood and the deterioration of the quality of life in this area is very realistic. The CG zoning is at an intensity and density that is
  • consistent with that of the neighborhood and other uses in the area at this time, therefore meeting criteria three required of this request. The Comprehensive Plan is calling for this parcel to be developed commercially, with a small sliver in the back calling for neighborhood. Given the problems in maintaining split zoned lots, staff would be inclined in this instance to recommend rezoning the entire property CG. The back triangular shaped portion calling for neighborhood development is approximately one acre; due to the fact that Erin Street has no possibility whatsoever of ever affording access for neighborhood development on this one acre section, it would be advisable to zone the property with one designation. An amendment to the Comprehensive Plan is not required for this request given that the overwhelming majority of this property and intent of the plan is calling for commercial development on this parcel. The community needs neighborhoods that are affordable and free from obtrusive and intensive zoning districts and land uses in close proximity. Staff can find no justification for leaving a CH zoned parcel directly adjacent to that of RS-1 parcels which are currently developed with medium density residences. Additionally, some neighborhood serving retail along this highway frontage could bring future jobs and services to a segment of the community which has but one major area along Bryant & 29th at this time. While walking is practical to this area, it is certainly not convenient, ideal, or even safe. The lack of sidewalks along Bryant Boulevard and Lake Drive coupled with the higher speeds and limited pavement width respectively make pedestrian travel to the 29th Street area problematic. Retailing opportunities in this area are not possible with the current zoning on the property at this time. Staff would anticipate development patterns of the area and region to remain logical and orderly as a result of this zone change. The CG zoning presents a much more orderly pattern of development for this area than what CH zoning could ever afford. This will result in the continuation of an existing CG district and will much better protect the adjacent properties from noxious and intensive land uses. For all these reasons, staff recommends approval of this zone change request. Proposed Conditions N/A Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, showing the general location within the City of San Angelo; excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property;
  • aerial photo, highlighting subject property; excerpt from the Comprehensive Plan Vision Map highlighting the subject property; Draft minutes from October 21, 2013 Planning Commission; Citizen responses to notice of Zone Change; and draft ordinance. Presentation: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner
  • B. Z 13-36: SAS Texas Properties LLC A request for approval of a zone change from Heavy Commercial (CH) to General Commercial (CG) to specifically allow for a "Retail Sales & Service" as defined in Section 315.G of the Zoning Ordinance on the following property: An unaddressed tract, located approximately 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo. Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner comes forward to present this case consistent with staff's recommendation of approval. 19 notifications were sent and one was returned in favor one was in opposition. Mr. Hintz presented area maps and pictures of the site. Much of the proposed zoning is consistent with the Vision Plan. Self-storage warehouses and apartments are located to the south of the property. A zone change request from RS-1 to CH in 1997 is when the property obtained its current designation. Some commercial zoning already surrounds the property. This request represents consistent and orderly development in the area. CG will have less potential impacts on the environment and offers a suitable transition to the residential zoning to the east and south when compared to the CH zoning on the site now. Darlene Jones asks if the entire property is the subject to this zone change. Valerie Priess mentions that changing the zoning will make things better for the surrounding area than the current zoning. Nathan McQuillian a representative came forward to speak in favor of the request. No one else came forward to speak in favor or opposition Mark Crisp made a motion to approve the zone change, which was seconded by Bill Wynne and passed 6-0.
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed tract, located approximately 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from Heavy Commercial (CH) to General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY RE: Z 13-36: SAS Texas Properties LLC WHEREAS, the Planning Commission for the City of San Angelo and the governing body for the City of San Angelo, in compliance with the charter and the state law with reference to zoning regulations and a zoning map, have given requisite notice by publication and otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all property owners and persons interested, generally, and to persons situated in the affected area and in the vicinity thereof, is of the opinion that zoning changes should be made as set out herein; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: SECTION 1: That the basic zoning ordinance for the City of San Angelo, as enacted by the governing body for the City of San Angelo on January 4, 2000 and included within Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, be and the same is hereby amended insofar as the property hereinafter set forth, and said ordinance generally and the zoning map shall be amended insofar as the property hereinafter described: An unaddressed tract, located approximately 800 feet south from the intersection of Humble Road & North Bryant Boulevard. This property specifically occupies the Lakeside Gardens Addition, Block One, Lots 28-31 in northwestern San Angelo shall henceforth be permanently zoned as follows: General Commercial (CG) District. The Director of Planning is hereby directed to correct zoning district maps in the office of the Director of Planning, to reflect the herein described changes in zoning. SECTION 2: That in all other respects, the use of the hereinabove described property shall be subject to all applicable regulations contained in Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, as amended.
  • SECTION 3: That the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: SEVERABILITY: The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that, if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. SECTION 4: That the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013 and finally PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ____________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: _________________________ AJ Fawver, Planning Manager ________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of Angelo San Memo Meeting Date: November 5, 2013 To: City Council members From: Roxanne Johnston, Planner Subject: Z13-34: The River San Angelo Church, Inc., a request for approval of a zone change from Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) zoning districts to General Commercial (CG) to allow for a variety of commercial opportunities as allowed in Section 310 of the Zoning Ordinance on the following property: Location: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo. Purpose: Approval or modification of this zone change request by the City Council would designate the subject property as a General Commercial (CG) Zoning District. Contacts: Chunky Nelms, Pastor Roxanne Johnston, Planner Caption: First Public Hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo 325-374-8000 325-657-4210 Z 13-34: The River San Angelo Church, Inc. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE
  • DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from a Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to a General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY Summary: The City Council may: (1) Approve the proposed zone change; (2) Modify the application to some alternative zoning classification believed to be more appropriate; or (3) Deny the proposed zone change Recommendation: Planning staff recommends approving the proposed zoning classification to General Commercial (CG). Planning Commission unanimously recommended approval of this request by a vote of 6-0 on October 21, 2013. History and Background: The subject property is the site of what was intended as a future church. Two conditional uses, CU09-02 & CU11-06 were given allowing the operation of a religious institution in otherwise R&E and CG/CH zoning districts. CU9-02 was approved by the Planning Commission on February 16, 2009 but expired because a building permit was not obtained within the year’s time required. On May 15, 2011 the applicant was given another approval for the same usage and subsequently applied for a building permit whereby the site now houses an approximately 13,096ft 2 metal building . Rezoning the property to CG would allow the following uses: group living; alcohol and drug recovery facilities; college, school, public &
  • nonprofit, or charitable uses providing service to the community; day care for children or adults; meeting areas for religious institutions; public safety and emergency services; auto and boat dealerships; bed & breakfast; business, government, professional, medical or financial offices; commercial parking; retail sales; selfservice storage; vehicle service (performed while the customer waits) vehicle wash; small animal veterinary clinic; personal service-oriented business; entertainment-oriented business; and restaurants. CG zoning districts allow Type 2 Limited Outdoor Storage. Uses allowed in CG/CH zoning districts include the above plus the following: industrial services, warehouse and freight movement, waste-related uses, wholesale trade, and plant nurseries. It also allows for Type 3 General Outdoor storage. The replat for the subject property was recorded with Tom Green County on June 29, 2011. General Information Existing Zoning: Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) Existing Land Use: Vacant building Surrounding Zoning/Land Use: North: West: South: East: R&E, CG/CH ML R&E R&E & CG/CH Apartments Vacant property, residential Vacant property, residential Vacant property Thoroughfares/Streets: Lake Drive is identified as a "local street", designed to carry light neighborhood traffic at lower speeds and generally connects to collector streets. Zoning History: The property was annexed within the citylimits prior to 1950 and was originally all R&E until parts of the property were given C-2 zoning (Heavy Business) in the mid 1950’s which became CG/CH zoning in 2000. CU09-02 & CU11-06 are discussed in the History and Background section, above. Section 303. Residential Intent Statements Applicable Regulations:
  • "A. The Ranch and Estate District is intended to provide opportunities for development of low density, detached single-family residences on lots of at least one acre in a suburban or rural setting. The District is also intended to serve as a holding zone for vacant land areas annexed to the City." Section 304. Commercial District Intent Statements "C. CG (General Commercial) District. The General Commercial District is intended to provide opportunities for development of commercial establishments of higher intensity, with larger trade area, floor area and traffic generation than Neighborhood Commercial uses. Limited outdoor storage, screened from adjacent residential uses, may be appropriate. Section 509 of the Zoning Ordinance addresses fencing as a screening mechanism. Any time a commercial use abuts a residential district or use (other than an R&E zoning district), an opaque privacy fence is required. Nonresidential district standards are outlined in Section 502 of the Zoning Ordinance whereas Residential development standards are outlined in Section 501. Development Standards: All required off-street parking and the connection(s) to a public right-of-way are required to be paved. General Commercial (CG) requires a 25 feet front setback for commercial structures. No side or rear setback are required in commercial districts unless the lot abuts a residential district or use, where a minimum of 10 feet is required, per Section 502. The maximum floor area or gross floor area of all buildings on the lot divided by the total area of the lot in an area zoned
  • CG is 2, twice the area of the lot, per Section 502 of the Zoning Ordinance. Vision Plan Map: Neighborhood Center & Commercial Related Comp Plan Excerpts: “Promote better transition between nearby commercial and residential use of land and buildings.” "Require a buffer separating commercial, industrial, or agricultural zoned lands from neighborhoods." "...encourage appropriate and supportive infill development at Neighborhood Centers." "Promote a mix of various uses...to encourage the necessary infill...for Neighborhood Centers." "Establish transition areas to better "scaledown" intensity of use from commercial centers to neighborhoods." "...this [access to Neighborhood Centers] is best achieved through clustered commercial centers, but also through increased access and connectivity between the neighborhoods and their associated Neighborhood Centers." "...slowly reorganize commercial corridors into clusters..." "Create new physical connections to neighborhoods lined with transitional and intermediate uses." “Eliminate uncomplimentary and incompatible zoning classifications from neighborhood plans,” “Rezone or remove any CG/CH zoning from adjacent to existing neighborhoods.” Special Information
  • Traffic Concerns: Changing to a more intensive zoning has the potential to generate additional traffic than if the property remained as-is. The property remains vacant and little to no traffic is generated by the site. Parking Requirements: Vary depending upon the use of the property, see Section 511 of the Zoning Ordinance. Parking Provided: No parking exists on-site, once development occurs, parking will be required. Density: Low density development borders the south, east and west boundaries of the subject property. Higher density commercial use (single-level apartments) lie to the north; however, at this time only a few units are occupied. Notification Required: Yes Notifications Sent: 11 Responses in Favor: 1 Responses in Opposition: 0 Analysis: In order to approve this Zone Change request, the City Council members are first required to consider the following criteria: 1. Compatible with Plans and Policies. Whether the proposed amendment is compatible with the Comprehensive Plan and any other land use policies adopted by the Planning Commission or City Council. 2. Consistent with Zoning Ordinance. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would conflict with any portion of this Zoning Ordinance. 3. Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment is compatible with existing and proposed uses surrounding the subject land and is the appropriate zoning district for the land. 4. Changed Conditions. Whether and the extent to which there are changed conditions that require an amendment.
  • 5. Effect on Natural Environment. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in significant adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water and air quality, noise, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the practical functioning of the natural environment. 6. Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment addresses a demonstrated community need. 7. Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community. The staff recommendation is based upon the statements listed below. The subject property is bounded by Lake Drive along the western border. Two completely contrasting zoning districts split the property; the least intensive is R&E, which comprises most of the lot; and the most intensive is CG/CH, which is located at both northeast sections of the lot. This latter is a result of zoning that was done in the 1960’s along some of the city’s major corridors. North Chadbourne was one such central corridor leading in and out of the city until the advent of North Bryant Boulevard. Rezoning to General Commercial gives the property more flexibility in terms of uses when examining the CG/CH zoning district, but at the same time reduces the intensity of the uses drastically. Split zoned properties in general are a challenge to staff and owners with respect to which uses could possibly best suit each property. The subject property is no exception, particularly given the contrast between the zoning districts here. In order to exercise good planning principles, one would not place CG/CH zoning against R&E, so staff welcomes the opportunity to rezone the property into one zoning category. The rationale for this is because the commercial opportunities available with CG/CH could potentially bring conflict to the quieter residential zoning district uses typically found in R&E; much more so than if the property were zoned CG, as is requested. Ideally transitional zones that separate such uses should be in place in order for each zoning district to enjoy the best use of its land. For example, the current Conditional Use allowing for a religious institution on the subject property provides a desirable transitional zone between the above uses. Although it would be ideal for the property to be used as a church in this instance, the applicant no longer wishes to locate there and in initiating this zone change, is looking to provide options for future owners. The Conditional Use for a religious institution will no longer be necessary because this use is allowed by right in CG zoning districts. Therefore, it would remain an option for future landowners in addition to the choices allowed in CG listed in the above “History and Background” section, should this request be approved. Use of the subject property as a site for a religious institution would continue to be ideal for a transitional separation between the proposed CG and the neighboring
  • R&E zoning district to the south. Staff has stepped back, however, and looked not only at how the proposed zone change could affect this neighboring R&E zoning district, because it provided the least intensive land use and is therefore more vulnerable to surrounding changes, but also looks to the ML zoning district to the west. General Commercial allows for Type 2 Limited Outdoor Storage, which limits such storage to 1,000 ft2 or 10 percent of the total site area (whichever is greater). Type 3 General Outdoor Storage is currently an option for the subject property in the areas that lie within the CG/CH zoning district and allows for unlimited quantity subject to few restrictions. This reduction in allowed outdoor storage is a much better compliment to the surrounding R&E zoned properties when looking at Type 2 outdoor storage as compared to Type 3 outdoor storage. The applicant originally requested a zone change to Heavy Commercial (CH), but after discussion with staff, requested the lower commercial zoning category. Staff is mindful, too that the initial zone change request the applicant made for CH, would have allowed for Type 3 storage as well, so the current zoning request to CG is more appropriate given the residential use to the west and south. Normally, opaque 6’ fencing is required with the proposed zone change when placed next to residential zoning. In this case, constructing such a fence next to R&E zoning districts is exempt due to the desire to create a more open space feeling in such zoning districts. In addition, the open expanses commonly found in R&E could place an undue burden when a commercial property owner was required to place one of these open fences; R&E zoned lots tend to be some of the largest in the community in terms of land area for a single parcel. This proposed request would essentially create a consistent zoning for the property. The 2009 Comprehensive Plan seeks to “Eliminate uncomplimentary and incompatible zoning classifications from neighborhood plans,” thereby amending mixed zoning on each parcel. Furthermore, removing the CG/CH zoning is also in line with the Comprehensive Plan which seeks to “Improve relationship(s) between adjacent commercial and residential land use adjacencies.” One way to do this, according to the Comprehensive Plan, is to take steps to “Rezone or remove any CG/CH zoning from adjacent to existing neighborhoods.” Therefore, current Conditional Use aside, staff contends that a zone change to CG on the subject property would be consistent with both the Zoning Ordinance and the Comprehensive Plan by removing a more heavily industrial commercial zoning district and replacing it with a slightly less intense commercial zoning that removes industrial activities from the equation altogether. General Commercial zoning is a viable fit of land use on the subject property when examining the Vision Plan as well as the Zoning Ordinance and Comprehensive Plan, which calls for most of the property to be Commercial with the far northern section designated with Neighborhood Commercial zoning. Because no amendment to the Plan would be required and also because a
  • rezoning would correct a dually zoned lot, staff finds that this zone change is in keeping with the first two Criteria listed above. In terms of how this proposal could impact the surrounding area, staff is aware that the ML zoning west of the subject property and Lake Drive presents a possible challenge when analyzing the area as a whole. Neighboring properties along the strip of land west of the subject property are sandwiched between Lake Drive and North Bryant Boulevard Frontage Road. Access to these ML zoned properties off of Lake Drive is a possibility even though they are mainly accessible from the frontage road. The significance of this from a transportation point of view is that Lake Drive could potentially serve as a heavily travelled road servicing all possible industries that would be allowed by right in this ML zoning district, especially given the ease of which trucks could enter and exit off of North Bryant Boulevard/Highway 87. This potential transportation scenario illustrates how Lake Drive could experience a variety of traffic demands in addition to the traffic generated as a result of the proposed zone change if the request were to be approved. Yes, traffic demands will increase, but the potential for heavy traffic on Lake Drive already exists due to current ML area zoning and the fact that Lake Drive connects North Chadbourne Street and West 48 th Street, both of which provides nearby access to North Bryant Boulevard/Highway 87. This access is ideal for commercial and industrial purposes here. A zone change will most likely affect the R&E zoning district to the south of the subject property in terms of traffic since it borders the east side of Lake Drive; however, again, the possibility of heavy traffic generated by ML zoning to the west is present, but usually of a different nature, such as warehouse and freight movement involving vehicles meant for heavy industry, whereas the nature of the proposed commercial traffic would most likely be mainly comprised of personal vehicles. Should the zoning remain the same with part of the subject property remaining CG/CH, then the argument could be made that traffic supporting the number of possible heavy commercial businesses that could locate at the central northeastern section of the subject property may not be very different then the traffic scenarios discussed above with reference to the ML zoning district to the west. Commercial opportunities with easy access to an arterial street such as North Bryant Boulevard, meets a community need. With this zone change proposal, the property can be directly accessed from two direction; North Chadbourne Street and West 48th Street. Along with easy access to arterial streets, a zone change here is an opportunity for infill development versus continuing to annex land into the city in order to provide more land for strip development. The recommended request seeks to add more density in an area which has been planned for density. Proposed Conditions
  • N/A Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, showing the general location within the City of San Angelo; excerpt from property; zoning map, highlighting subject aerial photo, highlighting subject property; excerpt from the comprehensive plan vision map highlighting the subject property; Excerpt of the favor/opposition notification map; Notification letter in favor of zone change; Draft minutes from the 10/21/13 Planning Commission Meeting; and Draft ordinance. Presentation: Roxanne Johnston, Planner Reviewed by: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner (10/11/13)
  • MINUTE RECORD OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2013 AT 9:00 AM IN THE SOUTH MEETING ROOM OF THE SAN ANGELO CONVENTION CENTER, 500 RIO CONCHO DRIVE, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS PRESENT: Teri Jackson, Mark Crisp, Valerie Priess, Darlene Jones, Bill Wynne, Sammy Farmer ABSENT: John Young STAFF: AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Kevin Boyd, Planner Roxanne Johnston, Planner A. Z 13-34 The River San Angelo Church, Inc A request for approval of a zone change from Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) zoning districts to General Commercial (CG) to allow for a variety of commercial opportunities as allowed in Section 310 of the Zoning Ordinance on the following property: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo. Roxanne Johnston, Planner came forward to present this case consistent with staff recommendation of approval of the request. 11 notices sent 1 returned in favor of the request. Ms. Johnston used photos and maps to orient the commission with the area and the subject property. The options available to the commission were presented and the criteria mandated of the request were also discussed with the commission. Ms. Johnston covered concepts from the comprehensive plan and highlighted some of the uses that are currently allowed on the property. This proposal will fall in line with the Comprehensive Plan for the community. The property is currently used as a church and there is a large building on the property at this time. Ms. Jones inquired about the current zoning map of the area as well as the Vision Plan. Ms. Johnston explained the intent of the Vision Plan and how it pertained to this particular property. There were no other questions from the commission for Ms. Johnston. Sandra Moore a property owner nearby came forward to discuss the old Texas Hotel and the pool on the subject property. The concern on this particular request was regarding traffic on Lake Drive and another
  • commercial entity. The resident was hoping to keep this area as a neighborhood and didn’t believe a commercial entity fit in. Chunky Nelms, proponent of the case came forward to speak in favor of the request stating it would be a good fit for the area and fit with the plans of the City. Donna Collie came forward to inquire about what else could be built on the property at this time. A church is only busy on Wednesday and Sunday generally speaking and a commercial property could generate more noise on her particular property. She was concerned about the oilfield and noise on the property. Ms. Johnston clarified the types of uses that are allowed in General Commercial Zoning district as outlined in Section 310 of the Zoning Ordinance. Nancy Markum a property renter nearby came forward to voice concerns about the commercial entities and noise on the property that is right by her house. There was also concern expressed about an oil company that had moved into North Chadbourne. The peace and quiet is nice at this moment and a commercial business could interrupt this. Mr. Wynne expressed a concern about what the CG/CH would allow on this particular property and thought that a CG zoning would be a good thing for this area. Steve Whittaker, a representative of the Church came forward to speak in favor of the CG after the CH was originally requested. There are several properties in the area that are zoned commercially at this time. Sammy Farmer made a motion to approve the zone change which was seconded by Mark Crisp and passed 6-0.
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from a Ranch & Estate (R&E) and General Commercial/Heavy Commercial (CG/CH) to a General Commercial (CG) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY RE: Z 13-34: The River San Angelo Church, Inc. WHEREAS, the Planning Commission for the City of San Angelo and the governing body for the City of San Angelo, in compliance with the charter and the state law with reference to zoning regulations and a zoning map, have given requisite notice by publication and otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all property owners and persons interested, generally, and to persons situated in the affected area and in the vicinity thereof, is of the opinion that zoning changes should be made as set out herein; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: SECTION 1: That the basic zoning ordinance for the City of San Angelo, as enacted by the governing body for the City of San Angelo on January 4, 2000 and included within Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, be and the same is hereby amended insofar as the property hereinafter set forth, and said ordinance generally and the zoning map shall be amended insofar as the property hereinafter described: 5050 Lake Drive, located approximately 800 feet southeast of the intersection of North Chadbourne Street and Lake Drive; more specifically occupying the Julia A. Bailey Subdivision, being 4.384 acres out of the south part of Block 8, Lot 2, in northwest San Angelo shall henceforth be permanently zoned as follows: General Commercial (CG) District. The Director of Planning is hereby directed to correct zoning district maps in the office of the Director of Planning, to reflect the herein described changes in zoning. SECTION 2: That in all other respects, the use of the hereinabove described property shall be subject to all applicable regulations contained in Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, as amended. SECTION 3: That the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment:
  • SEVERABILITY: The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that, if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. SECTION 4: That the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013 and finally PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ____________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: _________________________ AJ Fawver, Planning Manager ________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Memo Meeting Date: November 5, 2013 To: City Council members From: Roxanne Johnston, Planner Subject: Nelson Avenue/Alley Abandonment Request: Teri Jackson requesting abandonment at the following location: Location: a complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of- way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo. Contacts: Teri & Roy Jackson, Owner Roxanne Johnston, Planner Caption: First Public Hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance authorizing abandonment of the complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to the property outside of the City Limits, AND- an abandonment of the compete 13-foot wide right-ofway for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo. 325-656-0621 325-657-4210 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT AND CLOSING OF THE FOLLOWING UNIMPROVED STREET AND UNIMPROVED ALLEY SEGMENT, TO WIT: a complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for
  • Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of- way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo; AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE THEREOF TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ABANDONMENT AND CONVEYANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AND DELIVER A QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS Summary: The City Council may: 1. Approve the proposed abandonment; or 2. Approve the proposed abandonment subject to conditions; or 3. Deny the proposed abandonment. Recommendation: City staff recommends approving the proposed street & alleyway abandonment subject to conditions listed at the end of this report. Planning Commission recommended approval of this request by a vote of 6-0 on October 21, 2013. History and Background: The original final plat for the Goodfellow Court Annex, wherein the proposed abandonment section of Nelson Avenue and the alley north of Lot 8 is located, was recorded on May 13, 1950. Both proposed right-of-ways and the lots along these right-of-ways have remained unimproved since this plat was recorded. Therefore, although the current Subdivision Ordinance requires public improvements or a bond be in place prior to the plat being recorded, thus ensuring the improvements are made, this was not always the case. The applicant owns Lots 8-13 and seeks to re-plat these lots into a single lot. With approval of this abandonment request and a re-plat, the abandonment would convert Lots 8-13 & the rightsof-ways into one cohesive property, which could render the land more usable. Era Street would be the primary improved access point to the proposed future lot.
  • Staff has found no evidence showing that the portion of Nelson Avenue under consideration was ever used for public access and based on a site visit, it appears that it most likely was never intended to be a through street. Staff noted that it does appear to serve as a natural drainage site to the area, flowing from north to the south towards Era Street. General Information Existing Zoning: Single-Family Residential (RS-1) Existing Land Use: vacant land Surrounding Zoning/Land Use: North: West: South: East: RS-1 RS-1 RS-1 Non-annexed Vacant property Single family residences Vacant property Agricultural property Storm Water/Drainage: Abandoning the street segment is not expected to create any storm water or drainage changes for the area providing an unobstructed easement is maintained. Topography: Abandoning the street is not expected to change the topography of the area. Water/Sewer Utilities: Abandoning the street is not expected to prevent access to public utilities. Fire Protection: Abandonment of the street and alley is not expected to generate any fire apparatus access issues. Access Management: Abandoning the street and alley is not anticipated to cause any issues regarding emergency access. Notification required: Yes Notifications Sent: 13 Received In favor 1 Received in opposition 0 Special Information Private Utilities: There are no private utilities facilities within the proposed abandonment.
  • Basis for Recommendation As mentioned earlier in this report under the ‘History and Background’ section, the plat tied to the area in question was recorded in 1950. Since that time, development requirements have changed within the city; some of which are tied to public safety such as improved provisions for emergency access. Because the changes are significant enough to actually prevent all of these lots from being developed, staff has discovered several reasons to recommend approval of this proposal. To begin examining reasons for recommending these abandonment approvals, staff examined the Thoroughfare Plan. This plan does not depict Nelson Avenue as continuing to the north across Goodfellow Draw nor the Concho River further north. Also, Lots 8-13 have not been developed, and paved access to them does not exist. More importantly, these right-of-ways do not conform to the design specifications required in Chapter 10, Section III of the current Subdivision Ordinance. If the same plat were submitted to the City today, the developer would need to re-subdivide in order to meet current subdivision and subsequent permitting requirements. For example, the current plat for the portion of the alley to the north of Lot 8 shows the alley to be well under the minimum of 20 feet in width. It is currently 13 feet wide. Because it is simply too narrow to be a feasible right-of-way, staff recommends approval for the alleyway abandonment. Additionally, Nelson Avenue dead ends beginning at the northeast corner of Lot 8 with no provision for a turnaround. Chapter 9, Section III.C.1 of the Subdivision Ordinance states “In no instance should a dead-end street, without a temporary turnaround, be longer than one hundred-fifty (150) feet.” Nelson Avenue dead ends approximately 485’ north of Era Street which is therefore more than double the maximum 150 feet required by today’s Subdivision Ordinance. This same section also requires a cul-de-sac turnaround for permanent dead end streets. Therefore, neither a temporary turnaround nor a cul-de-sac is currently in place in order to provide the necessary emergency vehicle access to area lots. Furthermore a cul-de-sac requires a width of 90 feet which would essentially wipe out a section of Lot 8 since the property to the east is not included in the subdivision. The owner of the neighboring property to the north and east (which is located outside of the City Limits) would not be required to dedicate property for easements and right-of-ways unless they themselves were creating a subdivision. Abandoning Nelson Avenue and the alley here makes sense providing the proposed condition of re-platting Lots 8-13 into one lot were met. Future development of such a lot would undergo review by city staff which would address any requirements that would need to be met for the development. In the review process for these right-of-way abandonment proposals by staff, there was concern that the tract of land directly north of Nelson Avenue and the alleyway would be blocked from public access, which normally goes against Chapter 9, Section III.A of the Subdivision Ordinance which states “No lot shall be created in any subdivision or resubdivision unless the lot has direct abutting access to an approved, accepted and publicly dedicated street right-of-way.”
  • After review, however, it was determined that approval of these right-of-way abandonment requests would not affect neighboring properties, which are currently being used as agricultural farm land, because these properties share the same owner. Although this owner has been using Nelson Avenue as an access point at the farthest northeastern corner, he has other access options that can be addressed at a later date through the City’s review process, which is required for any future development, should the neighboring property go through a subdivision process and become annexed. This review would ensure that access will reach each newly created lot. If these right-of-way abandonment proposals are approved with the recommended condition of re-platting the lots into one lot, traffic generated by this approval, once development commenced, would most likely be only slightly more than what exists now. However, potential traffic to the newly created lot would be much less than if the lots were developed individually since there would be no more than one primary structure. The shared alley that bisects Block 3 of the subdivision would remain in question staff therefore does not foresee any major change to area properties should these abandonments be approved. Again, the street is currently unimproved and the dead end of Nelson Avenue does not meet the current requirements for a safe dead end in terms of emergency egress since it is not wide enough for emergency vehicles to maneuver and also because the street exceeds the maximum length as outlined in Chapter 9, Section III.C pertaining to dead-end streets. Additionally, approvals with conditions may provide an opportunity here for a much better opportunity for infill purposes as well as continuing to support neighborhood development, which is consistent with the Vision Plan, Comprehensive Plan and the Zoning Ordinance. Proposed Conditions 1. Replat Lots 8-13 & abandoned rights-of-ways into a single lot. 2. Retain an unobstructed drainage easement along Nelson Avenue of sufficient width to provide adequate capacity of rainwater flows from Era Street. Said easement shall be reserved on the plat document. Attachments: excerpt from zoning map, showing the general location with the City of San Angelo; excerpt from property; zoning map, highlighting subject aerial photo, highlighting subject property; excerpt from Vision Plan map, highlighting subject area;
  • citizen response letter(s); draft minute record of the 10/21/2013 Planning Commission meeting; and draft ordinance. Presentation: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Reviewed by: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner (10/11/13)
  • MINUTE RECORD OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2013 AT 9:00 AM IN THE SOUTH MEETING ROOM OF THE SAN ANGELO CONVENTION CENTER, 500 RIO CONCHO DRIVE, SAN ANGELO, TEXAS PRESENT: Teri Jackson, Mark Crisp, Valerie Priess, Darlene Jones, Bill Wynne, Sammy Farmer ABSENT: John Young STAFF: AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Kevin Boyd, Planner Roxanne Johnston, Planner 3. Requests for Right-of-Way Abandonment. [Planning Commission makes recommendation; City Council has final authority for approval.] A. Nelson Avenue projecting north from Era Street and an alleyway north of Lot 8, Block 3, of the Goodfellow Court Annex: Teri & Roy Jackson Requests to abandon segments of right-of-ways at the following locations: A completely unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of- way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo Mark Crisp made a motion to approve the consent agenda which was seconded by Sammy Farmer and passed 5-0. Ms. Jackson returned to the meeting.
  • AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ABANDONMENT AND CLOSING OF THE FOLLOWING STREET SEGMENT, TO WIT: A complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of- way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo; AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE THEREOF TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ABANDONMENT AND CONVEYANCE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AND DELIVER A QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS RE: abandonment of public right-of-way for the complete unimproved 60-foot wide public right-of-way for Nelson Avenue extending north for a distance of 485 feet from Era Street, east of Block 3, Lots 8-13 of the Goodfellow Court Annex, and immediately west to property outside of the City Limits, -AND- an abandonment of the complete 13-foot wide right-of-way for an alley extending west of Nelson Avenue and directly north of the Goodfellow Court Annex, Block 3, and adjacent to the entire northern length of Lot 8 of same subdivision in east San Angelo. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo, acting pursuant to law, deems it advisable to abandon and convey the herein described tract of land to the abutting property owner(s) within the City Limits and is of the opinion that said land is not needed for public use, and that same should be abandoned and quit claimed to the abutting property owners as hereinafter provided; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo is of the opinion that the best interest and welfare of the public will be served by abandoning and conveying same to the abutting property owner(s) within the City Limits, subject to the conditions and restrictions contained herein; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: 1. That the following described tract in the City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas be and the same is hereby abandoned, vacated and closed insofar as the right, title and easement of the public are concerned; subject however, to the conditions and restrictions hereinafter more fully set out: The east 483 feet of public-right-of-way remaining for Nelson Avenue extending north from the east right-of-way line for Era Street and more particularly as follows:
  • BEGINNING at a point in the northeast corner of Lot 13 in Block 3 of Goodfellow Annex, as said Lot and Block are shown on a subdivision plat of Good Fellow Court Annex to the City of San Angelo, recorded on May 13, 1950, THENCE in an northward direction along the east boundary of said Lot 13 of Block 3 and continuing laterally across Lots 12,11,10, 9 and 8 for a cumulative distance of 478 feet, THENCE continuing northward for a distance of 13 feet with said point being located at the southern border of a 1.8400 acre tract being from the C. Keizer Abstract A1556, Survey-0164, THENCE commencing in an easterly direction along the southern border of said survey for a distance of 60 feet to the western border of a 9.9710 acre tract being from the C. Keizer Abstract 1-1556, Survey-0164, THENCE commencing in a southward direction along the western border of said survey for a distance of 483 feet to the northeast corner of Era Street, Thence commencing in a westward direction a distance of 60 feet to the southeast corner of Lot 13 Block 3 of said Goodfellow Court Annex BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING. -ANDThe east 130 feet of public-right-of-way remaining for the alleyway extending west from the west right-of-way line for Nelson Avenue and more particularly as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the northeast corner of Lot 8 Block 3 of Goodfellow Court Annex as said Lot and Block are shown on a subdivision plat of GoodFellow Court Annex to the City of San Angelo, recorded on May 13, 1950, THENCE commencing 130 feet in a horizontal westward direction along the northern border of Lot 8 to the northwest corner of said Lot, THENCE commencing northward for a distance of 13 feet to the southeastern border of a 10.00 acre tract out of a 26.9800 acre tract being from the C. Keizer Abstract 1556, Survey-0164, THENCE commencing for a distance horizontally and eastward 130 feet to the northwest border of Nelson Avenue, THENCE commencing southward for a distance of 13 feet to the northeast corner of Lot 8 Block 3 of Goodfellow Court Annex BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 2. That the abandonment and conveyance provided for herein is made and accepted subject to all present zoning and deed restrictions, if the latter exist, and all existing
  • easements, if any, whether apparent or non-apparent, aerial, surface, underground or otherwise. 3. That the abandonment and conveyance provided for herein shall extend only to the public right, title, easement and interest and shall be construed to extend only to the interest which the governing body for the City of San Angelo may legally and lawfully abandon and vacate. 4. That the Mayor of the City of San Angelo is hereby authorized to execute and deliver a quit claim deed conveying the above-described tract to the abutting property owner(s) within the City Limits. 5. That the Grantee(s) shall pay all reasonable costs associated with procedures necessitated by the request to abandon public right-of-way within the abovedescribed tract, as well as a fee in compensation for the estimated market value of land in those portions of this right-of-way which were so dedicated with a subdivision plat. 6. That the terms and conditions contained in this ordinance shall be binding upon Grantee(s) and assigns. 7. Replat Lots 8-13 & abandoned rights-of-ways into a single lot. 8. Retain an unobstructed drainage easement along Nelson Avenue of sufficient width to provide adequate capacity of rainwater flows from Era Street. Said easement shall be reserved on the plat document. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013 and finally PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ____________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk
  • Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: _________________________ AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services ________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: August 21, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Subject: Agenda Item for September 3, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk, 657-4405 Caption: REGULAR Item Consideration of introducing an ordinance increasing the number of members on the Public Housing Authority from five (5) to seven (7) and other related provisions. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”, ARTICLE 2.2700 ENTITLED “HOUSING AUTHORITY”, SECTION 2.2701 ENTITLED “CREATED; MEMBERS; TERMS”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS ON THE HOUSING AUTHORITY FROM FIVE (5) TO SEVEN (7); PROVIDING THAT TWO (2) MEMBERS BE TENANTS OF PUBLIC HOUSING; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. • 2003, the City Council increased the membership of the Public Housing Authority (PHA) from five (5) to seven (7) and added some recommendations for certain professions to be included on the Board. • 2005, the PHA voted to reduce the number of Board members. In the last four years, the Mayor has not appointed more than five members to the PHA. Additionally, there is a Court of Appeals case from El Paso that calls into question a city’s ability to raise the number of members. In light of all of the above, staff is proposing to amend the ordinance to conform with current practice. • Summary/History: 2013, the PHA voted to increase the number of board members from five (5) to seven (7) Financial Impact: None Related Vision Item This item is not related to a specific City Council Goal. (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of ordinance to mirror the action by PHA. Attachments: • • • • PHA 4/18/13 Minutes PHA Revised Bylaws Local Gov’t Code Sec. 392.0331 Appointment of Tenant Representative as Commissioner of Municipal Housing Authority Draft Ordinance
  • Presentation: None Publication: None Reviewed by Director: Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager Approved by Legal: City Attorney Lysia H. Bowling, 9/24/13
  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 392. HOUSING AUTHORITIES ESTAB... Page 1 of 2 Sec. 392.0331. APPOINTMENT OF TENANT REPRESENTATIVE AS COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL, COUNTY, OR REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY. (a) This section applies only to: (1) a municipality; or (2) a county that has a county housing authority or is a member of regional housing authority and the total number of units in the authority is more than 750. (b) Except as provided by Subsection (b-1), in appointing commissioners under Section 392.031, a municipality with a municipal housing authority composed of five commissioners shall appoint at least one commissioner to the authority who is a tenant of a public housing project over which the authority has jurisdiction. In appointing commissioners under Section 392.031, a municipality with a municipal housing authority composed of seven or more commissioners shall appoint at least two commissioners to the authority who are tenants of a public housing project over which the authority has jurisdiction. (b-1) The presiding officer of the governing body of a municipality that has a municipal housing authority in which the total number of units is 150 or fewer is not required to appoint a tenant to the position of commissioner as otherwise required by Subsection (b) if the presiding officer has provided timely notice of a vacancy in the position to all eligible tenants and is unable to fill the position with an eligible tenant before the 60th day after the date the position becomes vacant. (c) In appointing commissioners under Section 392.032, a county shall appoint at least one commissioner to a county housing authority who is a tenant of a public housing project over which the county housing authority has jurisdiction. (d) In appointing commissioners under Section 392.033, a county or counties comprising a regional housing authority shall appoint at least one commissioner to a regional housing authority who is a tenant of a public housing project over which the regional housing authority has jurisdiction. If more than one county comprises a regional housing authority, the counties shall agree to a method for appointing the tenant member to the regional housing authority. (e) A commissioner appointed under this section may not be an officer or employee of the municipality or county that appoints the http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/LG/htm/LG.392.htm 8/21/2013
  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 392. HOUSING AUTHORITIES ESTAB... Page 2 of 2 commissioner. (f) Except as provided by Subsection (f-1), a commissioner appointed under this section may not serve more than two consecutive two-year terms. (f-1) Subsection (f) does not apply to a municipality that has a municipal housing authority in which the total number of units is 150 or fewer. (g) A commissioner appointed under this section may not participate: (1) in any vote or discussion concerning the termination of the commissioner's occupancy rights in public housing or the rights of any person related in the first degree by consanguinity to the commissioner; or (2) in a grievance or administrative hearing in which the commissioner or a person related in the first degree by consanguinity to the commissioner is a party. (h) If a commissioner appointed under this section ceases to reside in a housing unit operated by the public housing authority during the commissioner's term, a majority of the other commissioners shall decide whether to request that a new commissioner be appointed. A majority of the commissioners may decide to allow the commissioner to serve the remaining portion of the commissioner's term. (i) If a commissioner appointed under this section fails to attend three consecutive regularly called meetings of the housing authority commissioners during the commissioner's term, a majority of the commissioners shall decide whether to declare the position vacant and request that a new commissioner be appointed. A majority of the commissioners may decide to allow the commissioner to serve the remaining portion of the commissioner's term. Added by Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. 1009, Sec. 4, eff. Sept. 1, 1993. Amended by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 834, Sec. 1, eff. Aug. 28, 1995; Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 175, Sec. 1, eff. May 21, 1999; Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 436, Sec. 2, eff. Sept. 1, 1999. Amended by: Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 291, Sec. 10, eff. September 1, 2011. http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/LG/htm/LG.392.htm 8/21/2013
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”, ARTICLE 2.2700 ENTITLED “HOUSING AUTHORITY”, SECTION 2.2701 ENTITLED “CREATED; MEMBERS; TERMS”, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS ON THE HOUSING AUTHORITY FROM FIVE (5) TO SEVEN (7); PROVIDING THAT TWO (2) MEMBERS BE TENANTS OF PUBLIC HOUSING; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the City of San Angelo has established a Housing Authority pursuant to Local Government Code Chapter 392 Housing Authorities established by Municipalities; and WHEREAS, the Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo unanimously voted to increase the number of governing board members from a five (5) member board to a seven (7) member board; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Local Government Code Chapter 392, Section 392.0331 appointment of tenant representative as commissioner of municipal housing authority, a municipality with a municipal housing authority composed of seven or more commissioners shall appoint at least two commissioners to the authority who are tenants of a public housing project over which the authority has jurisdiction. NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: Section 1) THAT, Chapter 2, Article 2.2700, Article 2.2701 of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo, Texas, is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 2.2701 Created; Members; Terms a) There is hereby created within and for the City of San Angelo a Public Housing Authority to be known as the Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo which shall be composed of seven (7) members. The members shall be appointed to the Authority by the Mayor of the City of San Angelo. b) Members shall serve two (2) year terms. c) All members shall be representative of the general public, residents of the City of San Angelo and qualified voters of the City. Two (2) members shall be tenants of a public housing project over which the Authority has jurisdiction. Y:COUNCILElectronic Agendas201311-19-13CC PHA Board Amendment Ord.doc MW;df 09 16 09
  • d) Members shall draw no salary and may not be elected officers of any governmental agency or in the employ of the City of San Angelo. Section 2) THAT, the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: SEVERABILITY: That the terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. Section 3) THAT, this Ordinance shall be effective on, from and after the date of adoption. INTRODUCED on the day of APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the day of 2013, and finally , 2013. PASSED, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS ATTEST: Dwain Morrison, Mayor Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved as to content: Approved as to form: Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney Y:COUNCILElectronic Agendas201311-19-13CC PHA Board Amendment Ord.doc MW;df 09 16 09
  • BYLAWS of the HOUSING AUTHORITY of the CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS ARTICLE I. THE AUTHORITY Section 1.01. Name of Authority: The name of the Authority shall be the "HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS". Section 1.02. Seal of Authority: The seal of the Authority shall be in the form of a circle and shall bear the name of the Authority. Section 1.03. Office of Authority: The offices of the Authority shall be at such place or places in the City of San Angelo, Texas, as the Authority may from time to time designate by resolution. ARTICLE II. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Section 2.01. Composition: The Authority shall be governed by a Board of Commissioners in accordance with Chapter 392 of the Texas Local Government Code. (a) be a tenant. Number: The initial Board of Commissioners shall be seven, one of whom shall (b) Amendment: The number of commissioners comprising the Board of Commisioners may be increased or decreased by a vote of two-thirds of the existing Board of Commissioners; provided, however, that: (i). The number of commissioners shall always be an odd number; and (ii). The Board of Commissioners shall always have tenant representation which complies with Tex. Loc. Gov’t Code § 392.0331. (c) Angelo. Appointment: Commissioners shall be appointed by the Mayor of the City of San _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 1 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • (d) Resignation: Any commissioner may resign from the Board by submitting a written resignation to the secretary. The resignation need not be accepted by the Authority to be effective. (e) Voting by Proxy: The Board may authorize commissioners to vote by proxy. All proxies must be in writing, must bear the signature of the commissioner giving the proxy, and must be bear the date on which the proxy was executed by the commissioner. No proxy is valid after three (3) months from the date of its execution. Section 2.02. Officers of the Board of Commissioners: The Board of Commissioners shall elect a Chairperson, and a Vice-Chairperson. (a) The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Authority. Except as otherwise authorized by resolution of'. the Authority, the Chairperson shall sign all contracts, deeds and other instruments made by the Authority. At each meeting, the Chairperson shall submit such recommendations and information as he may consider proper concerning the business, affairs and policies of the Authority. (b) The Vice Chairperson shall perform the duties of the Chairperson in the absence or incapacity of the Chairperson and in the case of the resignation or death of the Chairperson, the. Vice Chairperson shall perform such duties as are imposed on the Chairperson until such time as the Authority shall appoint a new Chairperson. Section 2.03. Election or Appointment: The Chairperson and Vice Chairperson shall be elected annually at a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Authority from among Commissioners of the Authority, and shall hold office for one year or until their successors are elected and qualified. In case of, the absence or incapacity of both the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson, the other Commissioners of the Authority may elect an Acting Chairperson to serve during the period of absence or incapacity of the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson. Section 2.04. Quorum: A quorum shall be four; provided, however, that in the event the number of commissioners is increased, a quorum shall be a majority of the commissioners so authorized. (a) A Quorum of all appointed members of the Board of Commissioners must be present to take action on any matter before the board. (b) Upon establishment of a Quorum, the Board of Commissioners may act upon a majorty vote of the Commissioners present. Section 2.05. Abstention: A commissioner who is present at a meeting and abstains from a vote is considered to be present and voting for the purpose of determining the act of the Board of Commissioners. _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 2 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • Section 2.06. Inspection of Records by Commissioners: Every Commissioner shall have the absolute right at any reasonable time to inspect the Authority's books, records, documents of every kind, physical properties, and the records of each of its subsidiaries. The inspection may be made in person or by the Commissioner's agent or attorney. The right of inspection includes the right to copy and make extracts of documents. ARTICLE III. OFFICERS OF THE AUTHORITY Section 3.01. Officers. The Officers of the Authority shall be an Executive Director and one or more Assistant Executive Directors. (a) The Executive Director shall be the chief executive officer of the Authority and shall carry out the directives of the Board of Commissioners. The Executive Director shall have general supervision over the administration of the business and affairs of the Authority, subject to the direction of the Board of Commissioners and in accordance with all laws of the United States, Texas and the City of San Angelo. The Executive Director shall also have general management supervision of all housing programs of the Authority. (i). Commissioners. (b) The Executive Director shall also act as the Secretary of the Board of The Secretary shall: (i). Act as the secretary for all meetings of the Board of Commissioners; (ii). Act in the capacity as the corporate secretary of the Authority; (iii). Keep the records of the .Authority; (iv). Record all votes of the Board of Commissioners; (v). Keep a record of the proceedings of the Authority in a journal of proceedings to be kept for such purpose; (vi). Keep in safe custody the seal of the Authority and shall have power to affix such seal to all contracts and instruments authorized to be executed by the Authority; and (vii). Shall otherwise perform all duties incident to his office. Section 3.02. Additional Duties: The officers of the Authority shall perform such other duties and functions as may from time to time be required by the Board of Commissioners or the Bylaws or rules and regulations of the Authority. _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 3 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • ARTICLE IV. MEEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Section 4.01. Regular Meetings. Regular meetings of the Board of Commissioners of the Authority shall be held at 12:00 P.M. on the third Thursday of each month, or at such other time as the Board of Commissioners shall agree. Section 4.02. Special Meetings: The Chairperson of the Board of Commissioners may, when he deems it expedient, and shall, upon the written request of two members of the Board of Commissioners, call a special meeting of the Board of Commissioners for the purpose of transacting any business designated in the call. (a) The call for a special meeting may be delivered to each member of the Board of Commissioners or may be mailed to the business or home address of each Commissioner at least two days prior to the date of such special meeting; provided, however, that formal notice of the call of a special meeting may be waived if all Commissioners sign a written waiver of notice and consent to the meeting in which shall be set out the purposes for which the meeting is to be held. Section 4.03. Location of Meetings: The Board of Commissioners may designate any place inside the City of San Angelo, Texas, as the place of meeting for any regular or special meeting called by the Board. Section 4.04. Compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act: All meetings of the Board of Commissioners shall comply with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (the Texas Open Meeting Act) Section 4.05. Attendance: Any Commissioner who fails to attend at least two-thirds of the meetings in any one year period, shall be deemed to have automatically resigned from office. ARTICLE V. AMENDMENTS Section 5.01. Provision for amending Bylaws: these Bylaws may be amended by a majority vote of the Board of Commissioners. ARTICLE VI. COMMITTEES Section 6.01. Establishment: The Board of Commissioners may adopt a resolution establishing one or more committees delegating specified authority to a committee, and appointing or _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 4 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • removing members of a committee. A committee will include two or more Commissioners, but may not include persons who are not commissioners unless such authority is expressly conferred by law. If the Board of Commissioners delegates any of its management authority to a committee, the majority of the committee will consist of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners may establish qualifications for membership on a committee. Section 6.02. Authority: Establishing a committee or delegating authority to it will not relieve the Board of Commissioners, or any individual commissioner, of any responsibility imposed by these Bylaws or otherwise imposed by law. No committee shall have the authority to: (a) Authorize the sale, lease, exchange, or mortgage of any of the Authority’s property of assets; (b) Authorize the dissolution of the Authority; (c) Adopt a plan for distributing the Authority's assets; (d) Amend, alter, or repeal these Bylaws; (e) Elect, appoint, or remove a member of a committee or a Commissioner or officer of the Authority; or (f) Take any action outside the scope of authority delegated to it by the Board. Section 6.03. Committee Officers: The Board of Commissioners shall designate one member of each committee as the committee chair and another member of each committee as the vicechair. The chair will call and preside at all meetings of the committee. When the chair is absent, cannot act, or refuses to act, the vice-chair will perform the chair's duties. When a vice-chair acts for the chair, the vice-chair has all the powers of and is subject to all the restrictions of the chair. Section 6.04. Notice and Quorum: Committees shall be subject to the same notice and quorum requirements and the Board of Commissioners. Section 6.05. Actions of Committees: Committees will try to take action by consensus. However, if a consensus is not available, the vote of a majority of committee members present and voting at a meeting at which a quorum is present is enough to constitute the act of the committee unless the act of a greater number is required by statute or by some other provision of these Bylaws. A committee member who is present at a meeting and abstains from a vote is considered to be present and voting for the purpose of determining the act of the committee. Section 6.06. Proxies: A committee member may not vote by proxy. Section 6.07. Rules: Each committee may adopt its own rules, consistent with these Bylaws or with other rules that may be adopted by the Board of Commissioners. _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 5 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • ARTICLE VII. INDEMNIFICATION Section 7.01. When Indemnification Is Required, Permitted, and Prohibited: (a) The Authority may indemnify a Commissioner, officer, committee member, employee, or agent of the Authority who was, is, or may be named defendant or respondent in any proceeding as a result of his or her actions or omissions within the scope of his or her official capacity in the Authority. For the purposes of this article, an agent includes one who is or was serving at the Authority's request as a Commissioner, officer, partner, venturer, proprietor, trustee, partnership, joint venture, sole proprietorship, trust, employee-benefit plan, or other enterprise. (i). The Authority will indemnify a person only if he or she acted in good faith and reasonably believed that his or her conduct was in the Authority's best interests. In case of a criminal proceeding, the person may be indemnified only if he or she had no reasonable cause to believe that the conduct was unlawful. The Authority will not indemnify a person who is found liable to the Authority or is found liable to another on the basis of improperly receiving a personal benefit from the Authority. A person is conclusively considered to have been found liable in relation to any claim, issue, or matter if the person has been adjudged liable by a court of competent jurisdiction and all appeals have been exhausted. Termination of a proceeding by judgment, order, settlement, conviction, or on a plea of nolo contendere or its equivalent does not necessarily preclude indemnification by the Authority. (b) The Authority may pay or reimburse expenses incurred by a Commissioner, officer, committee member, employee, or agent of the Authority in connection with the person's appearance as a witness or other participation in a proceeding involving or affecting the Authority when the person is not a named defendant or respondent in the proceeding. (c) In addition to the situations otherwise described in this paragraph, the Authority may indemnify a Commissioner, officer, committee member, employee, or agent of the Authority to the extent permitted by law. However, the Authority will not indemnify any person in any situation in which indemnification is prohibited by this Article. (d) The Authority may advance expenses incurred or to be incurred in the defense of a proceeding to a person who might be eventually be entitled to indemnification, even though there has been no final disposition of the proceeding. Advancement of expenses may occur only when the procedural conditions specified in paragraph 10.03(c), below, have been satisfied. Furthermore, the Authority will never advance expenses to a person before final disposition of a proceeding if the person is a named defendant or respondent in an proceeding brought by the Authority [if applicable, add: or one or more members] or if the person is alleged to have improperly received a personal benefit or committed other wilful or intentional misconduct. _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 6 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • Section 7.02. Extent and Nature of Indemnity: The indemnity permitted under these Bylaws includes indemnity against judgments, penalties, (including excise and similar taxes), fines, settlements, and reasonable expenses (including attorney's fees) actually incurred in connection with the proceeding. If the proceeding was brought by or on behalf of the Authority, the indemnification is limited to reasonable expenses actually incurred by the person in connection with the proceeding. Section 7.03. Procedures Relating to Indemnification Payments: (a) Before the Authority may pay any indemnification expenses (including attorney's fees), the Authority must specifically determine that indemnification is permissible, authorize indemnification, and determine that expenses to be reimbursed are reasonable, except as provided below. The Authority may make these determinations and decisions by any one of the following procedures: (i). Majority vote of a quorum consisting of Commissioners who, at the time of the vote, are not named defendants or respondents in the proceeding. (ii). If such a quorum cannot be obtained, by a majority vote of a committee of the Board, designated to act in the matter by a majority vote of all Commissioners, consisting solely of two or more Commissioners who at the time of the vote are not named defendants or respondents in the proceeding. (iii). Determination by special legal counsel selected by the Board by the same vote as provided in subparagraphs (i) or (ii), above, or if such a quorum cannot be obtained and such a committee cannot be established, by a majority vote of all Commissioners. (b) The Authority will authorize indemnification and determine that expenses to be reimbursed are reasonable in the same manner that it determines whether indemnification is permissible. If special legal counsel determines that indemnification is permissible, authorization of indemnification and determination of reasonableness of expenses will be made as specified above, governing selection of special legal counsel. A resolution of members of the Board of Commissioners that requires the indemnification permitted by this Article constitutes sufficient authorization of indemnification even though the provision may not have been adopted or authorized in the same manner as the determination that indemnification is permissible. (c) The Authority will advance expenses before final disposition of a proceeding only after it determines that the facts then known would not preclude indemnification. The determination that the facts then known to those making the determination would not preclude indemnification and authorization of payment will be made in the same manner as a determination that indemnification is permissible pursuant to this Article. In addition to this determination, the Authority may advance expenses only after it receives a written affirmation and undertaking from the person to receive the advance. The person's written affirmation will state that he or she has met the standard of conduct necessary for indemnification under these Bylaws. The written undertaking will provide for repayment of the amounts advanced by the Authority if it is ultimately determined that the person has not met the _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 7 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • requirements for indemnification. The undertaking will be an unlimited general obligation of the person, but it need not be secured and may be accepted without reference to financial ability to repay. ARTICLE VIII. SPECIAL PROCEDURES CONCERNING MEETINGS Section 8.01. Meeting by Telephone: The Board of Commissioners, and any committee of the Authority may hold a meeting by telephone conference call procedures. (a) Any and all meetings conducted by telephone must comply in all respects with any applicable state or federal law or regulation and be held with the consent of all Commissioners participating in the meeting. (b) In all meetings held by telephone, matters must be arranged in such a manner that all persons participating in the meeting can hear each other; the notice of a meeting by telephone conference must state the fact that the meeting will be held by telephone as well as all other matters required to be included in the notice; and a person's participating in a conference-call meeting constitutes his or her presence at the meeting. ARTICLE IX. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Section 9.01. Authority: These Bylaws will be construed under Texas law. All references in these Bylaws to statutes, regulations, or other sources of legal authority will refer to the authorities cited, or their successors, as they may be amended from time to time. Section 9.02. Legal Construction: To the greatest extent possible, these Bylaws shall be construed to conform to all legal requirements and all requirements pertaining to the Authority. If any bylaw provision is held invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, the invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability will not affect any other provision, and the bylaws will be construed as if they had not included the invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision. Section 9.03. Headings: The headings used in the bylaws are for convenience and may not be considered in construing the bylaws. Section 9.04. Number: All singular words include the plural, and all plural words include the singular. Section 9.05. Compensation and Reimbursement: Commissioners shall receive no compensation for their services as Commissioners or officers, however, Commissioners shall be entitled to reimbursement for all expenses incurred on behalf of the Authority. _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 8 of 9 (Rev.4/13)
  • Section 9.06. Insurance: The Authority shall have the right to purchase and maintain insurance to the full extent permitted by law on behalf of its officers, Commissioners, employees, and other agents, against any liability asserted against or incurred by any officer, Commissioner, employee, or agent in such capacity or arising out of the officer’s, Commissioner's, employee’s, or agent's status as such. CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF TOM GREEN § I certify that I am the duly elected and acting secretary of The Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, and that these Bylaws constitute the Authority's Bylaws. These Bylaws were duly adopted at a meeting of the Board of Commissioners held on _________________ . Dated: _________________ _________________[signature] _________________ [typed name] Secretary of the Authority _____ Bylaws: Housing Authority of the City of San Angelo, Texas, Page 9 of 9 3241179v.2 (Rev.4/13)
  • City of San Angelo Memo Meeting Date: November 5, 2013 To: City Council members From: Kevin Boyd, Planner Subject: Z13-28: Greg Huling, a request for approval of a zone change from Single-Family Residential (RS-1) to Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) to allow for multifamily dwellings, on the following property: Location: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive; more specifically occupying the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo. Purpose: Approval of this request would zone the property Low-Rise MultiFamily Residential (RM-1) Contacts: Greg Huling, Owner Kevin Boyd, Planner Caption: First Public Hearing and consideration of introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 12, Exhibit “A” (Zoning Ordinance) of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo 325-374-8000 325-657-4210 Z13-28: Greg Huling AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive. This property specifically occupies the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo,
  • changing the zoning classification from Single-Family Residential (RS-1) to Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY Summary: The City Council may: (1) Approve the proposed zone change as requested; or (2) Modify the application to some alternative zoning classification believed to be more appropriate; or (3) Deny the proposed zone change, altogether. Recommendation: Planning staff recommends modifying the proposed zone change request from Single-Family Residential (RS-1) to Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1). Planning Commission recommended approval of the request High-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-2) by a vote of 5-2 on September 16, 2013. 2
  • History and Background: At its October 1, 2013 meeting, the City Council tabled the initial request for High-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-2) zoning. Since that time, the applicant has reconsidered his request and is now seeking Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) zoning for the property. General Information Existing Zoning: Single-Family Residential (RS-1) Existing Land Use: Vacant, undeveloped land Surrounding Zoning/Land Use: North: West: South: East: General Commercial (CG) Sam's Club, Willow Ridge (residential community), Auto Paradise Car Wash, Affordable Self-Storage and open space Single-Family Residential (RS-1) Open space and Ranch & Estate (R&E) Single-Family Residential (RS-1) Open space and Prestonwood and Zero lot line, Twinhome and Addition (residential community) Townhouse Residential (RS-3) Single-Family Residential (RS- San Angelo Fire Station No. 2, 1), Zero lot line, Twinhome and James Bonham Elementary and a Townhouse Residential (RS-3) telecommunications facility and Low-Rise Multifamily Residential (RM-1) Thoroughfares/Streets: Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive are identified as a “collector streets”, which are designed to connect local traffic to arterials and generally carries traffic at a moderate rate of speed. Mills Pass Drive is identified as a "local street", designed to carry light neighborhood traffic at lower speeds and generally connects to collector streets. Zoning History: The property was annexed within the city-limits and zoned R-1 (the same classification as the current RS-1 zoning) in September 1991. 3
  • Applicable Regulations: Residential development standards are outlined in Section 501 of the Zoning Ordinance. Development Standards: All required off-street parking and the connection(s) to a public right-of-way are required to be paved. Vision Plan Map: Neighborhood Related Comp Plan Excerpts: “Promote better transition between nearby commercial and residential use of land and buildings.” "Require a buffer separating commercial, industrial, or agricultural zoned lands from neighborhoods." "Promote neighborhood diversity and security by encouraging a mix of age, income, and housing choices within San Angelo's neighborhoods." "...encourage appropriate and supportive infill development at Neighborhood Centers." "Promote a mix of various uses...to encourage the necessary infill...for Neighborhood Centers." "Establish transition areas to better "scale-down" intensity of use from commercial centers to neighborhoods." "...this [access to Neighborhood Centers] is best achieved through clustered commercial centers, but also through increased access and connectivity between the neighborhoods and their associated Neighborhood Centers." "...slowly reorganize commercial corridors into clusters..." "Create new physical neighborhoods lined with intermediate uses." connections to transitional and "Variety of residential product types multifamily, townhomes, courtyard homes, patio homes, etc." 4
  • Special Information Traffic Concerns: Changing to a more intensive zoning has the potential to generate additional traffic than if the property remained as-is. The lot remains vacant and little to no traffic is generated by the site. Parking Requirements: Vary depending upon the use of the property, see Section 511 of the Zoning Ordinance. Parking Provided: No parking exists on-site, once development occurs, parking will be required. Density: Mainly large tracts of undeveloped land surround the property. Some tracts have be subdivided and developed into smaller lots for single-family housing. The Vision Plan calls for 'Neighborhood' type development in the area. Notification Required: Yes Notifications Sent: (see attached) Responses in Favor: 1 Responses in Opposition: (see attached) Analysis: In order to approve this zone change request, the City Council members are first required to consider the following criteria: 1. Compatible with Plans and Policies. Whether the proposed amendment is compatible with the Comprehensive Plan and any other land use policies adopted by the Planning Commission or City Council. 2. Consistent with Zoning Ordinance. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would conflict with any portion of this Zoning Ordinance. 3. Compatible with Surrounding Area. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment is compatible with existing and proposed uses surrounding the subject land and is the appropriate zoning district for the land. 5
  • 4. Changed Conditions. Whether and the extent to which there are changed conditions that require an amendment. 5. Effect on Natural Environment. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in significant adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water and air quality, noise, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the practical functioning of the natural environment. 6. Community Need. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment addresses a demonstrated community need. 7. Development Patterns. Whether and the extent to which the proposed amendment would result in a logical and orderly pattern of urban development in the community. The staff recommendation is based upon the statements listed below. The subject property measures roughly 5 acres and only has frontage along Southland Boulevard. Currently it is zoned Single-Family Residential (RS-1), the proponent seeks to rezone the property to allow opportunities for multifamily residences. Staff finds that proposed RM-1 is the most suitable zoning for area given aspects of the surrounding environment. RM-1 is compatible with the long-range Plan which envisions neighborhood development in the area. If RM-1 is approved, no changes will be needed to amend the current Vision Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan. The requested zoning will be consistent with aspects of the Zoning Ordinance, thus staff's recommendation of RM-1. The current, RS-1 zoning does not allow for multifamily residential development. RM-2 is the most intensive residential zoning in the city and the district will explicitly allow for the development of multifamily dwellings and group living structures. RM-1 allows for the greatest range of housing options of the residential zoning districts - single-family detached structures, accessory apartments, two-family dwellings, zero lot line dwellings, twin homes, townhouses, multifamily dwelling and group living structures are allowed in the district. Conditional uses for both districts include religious institutions, safety services and schools – these uses are exceptions to Ordinance and require approval by Planning Commission. Issues of scale also factored in staff’s recommendation. RM-2 allows for development of multifamily dwellings – with a maximum density of 35 units per acre, RM-1 allows for 25 units per acre – the reduced amount in units translates into the potential for less vehicle trips generated by the site (assuming that the site is built to the maximum level of units allowed and each household unit had more than one vehicle). Much of the surrounding structures measure less than 2 ½ stories in height, RM-2 does not have a height requirement and allows for high-rise development that measure 3 or more stories. RM-1 limits multifamily dwellings to low-rise, two-story or walk-up apartments (each at which cannot exceed 2 ½ stories). The Floor Area Ratio, FAR, or maximum buildable space 6
  • in a RS-1 zone is 0.40 or 40 percent; it is 0.75 or 75 percent in a RM-1 zone and increases to 1.00 or equal to the total square footage of the lot, in a RM-2 zone. Much of the surrounding development in the area is residential, which varies from medium to high density residential. The patio homes are most common housing type in the area, placed on zero lots, other housing types in the area include single-family detached housing and apartments. There are several large undeveloped tracts in the area, some have been recently subdivided into smaller lots for development of homes and commercial uses. Commercial tracts exist north of the site along Southland Boulevard and points west - some of which have been developed into business establishments. Two residential tracts to the west were recently annexed into the city within the past couple of years, the most recently approved Final Plat in the area (on the adjacent lot) seeks to subdivide the tract into much smaller lots for single-family development. Immediately south of the site is an undeveloped, 4 acre tract that is unincorporated and not annexed into the city. Bonham Elementary School is situated immediately east of the site, approval of this request will provide new students with a walkable experience back and forth to school. Given the fact that the street segment that adjoins the street is within a school zone reduces the designated speed limit of 30 mph to 20 mph when the school zone sign is flashing. Given the intensity of the proposed zoning, this transition may have some effects on the natural environment. RM-1 and RM-2 allow for multifamily residential uses - affects on the natural environment will depend largely on the intensity of the use. Unlike RM-2, RM-1 also allows for a wider range of housing options to include low intensity developments such as single-family detached dwellings and twin homes. These developments, on the micro-level, place less strain on the environment than multifamily and group living structures. Multifamily residences generally have significantly larger footprints that result in a higher percentage of impervious surfaces. Contrastingly, on a much larger scale, higher intensive, compact developments are usually a better use of the land. This is the case since living units tend to be smaller and are able fit more household units in a confined space and usually results in greater green space (huge variables exist with the property’s location and scale of the project). RM-1 is more suitable for an environmental perspective, it offers flexibilities in land development and does not merely limit development to multifamily dwellings, which carries substantially larger footprints. Uses allowed in the district are unlikely to pose major environmental risks to the area, in terms of leakages and contaminations that heavy commercial and industrial uses may pose. An internal site review will be conducted by staff before a permit is issued to ensure that the project is structurally compatible to applicable building standards and has proper drainage. The requested zoning represents a community need. There is a need for more housing in the city. RM-1 and RM-2 zoning will allow for higher intensity development. Both districts are currently underutilized in the city, but this is more-so the case with RM-2. Given the uncertainties in the level of the traffic generated from the site with RM-2 7
  • zoning, RM-1 is the most suitable zoning for the area. The RM-1 zoned area will provide opportunities for medium to high density development with easy access to the street and a diversity of housing options in the area. The recommended request seeks to add more density in an area which is somewhat established. There is already existing water and sewer line connections and there will not be a need to extend public services to the site. The site has close proximity and access to major roadways - it measures roughly 2,120 feet south of Sherwood Way, identified as a major arterial in the city's Thoroughfare Plan. In terms of RM-2 zoning, the proposed zoning poses heightened concerns with increased traffic along Southland Boulevard and a potential choke point within a designated school zone (then again, we cannot assume that most of the traffic generated by the site will occur during periods in which students enter and leave the nearby school). The property has over 400 feet of frontage along the street, no other street is accessible from the property. The 2008 Traffic Counts for Southland Boulevard reveal that nearly 6,000 motorists travel on the street on a daily basis - it is clearly one of the busiest collector streets in the city. While the street meets the minimum paving width requirement for a collector street (which is 50 feet), the roadway is currently limited to two-way lanes. The acceptable volume of traffic along a two-way lane roadway is greatly reduced from that of a four-way lane road. Increased traffic generated by site will contribute to traffic congestions in the area. The recommended, RM-1 zoning already exists in the area. Higher intensive, RS-3 and RM-1 zoning exist further along Southland Boulevard and allow for a variety of housing opportunities - zero lot line, twin homes and townhomes and apartment development, respectively. RM-2 exists a third of mile away (around 1,500 feet) west of the subject property, laterally extending from an area along Sherwood Way – which staff has determined better accommodates increased traffic loads than Southland Boulevard. Compact development, in this case, is a more responsible pattern of development for the area - it will supply the growing demand for additional housing, while developing on the least amount of land possible and preserve needed green space. The property is situated immediately south of a large commercial node that includes retail giants Walmart, Sam's Club and Lowe's Home Improvement - as well as Chick-fil-a, Wendy's and Dairy Queen. Given the infrastructure in place at this time, the area is conducive for walking (however, the area streets lack sidewalks) - certainly alternative modes such as biking is an option for nearby residents in area with numerous commercial activities within a relatively short distance. Proposed Conditions N/A 8
  • Attachments: Excerpt from zoning map, showing the general location within the City of San Angelo; Excerpt from zoning map, highlighting subject property; Aerial photo, highlighting subject property; Excerpt from the comprehensive plan vision map highlighting the subject property; Excerpt of the favor/opposition notification map; Draft minutes from 09/16/13 Planning Commission Meeting; Draft Ordinance; and Citizen Reponses. Presentation: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Reviewed by: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner (09/09/13) 9
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  • E. Z 13-28 Greg Huling A request for approval of a zone change from Single-Family Residential (RS-1) to High-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-2) to allow for multi-family dwellings, on the following property: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive; more specifically occupying the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo. Kevin Boyd, Planner came forward to present the case, consistent with staff’s recommendation of modification RM-1 zoning. 5 notices were sent and one was received in favor and one in opposition. Mr. Boyd used photos and maps to orient the commission with the area and subject property. At this time the property is vacant and nearby an elementary school, fire station and a commercial hub of the community adjacent to Sherwood Way. There are also planned residential subdivisions and existing residential subdivisions in the vicinity of this property. RM-1 zoning will seek to reduce traffic on the site and reduce the scale of the development on the property. RM-1 more closely matches the development of the surrounding property and the area. RM-1 allows lower units per acre ratio and would limit the scale of development on the property. RM-1 is a way to keep the traffic down as well; conceivably all the units could have a driver and automobile or more, the RM-1 will also provide more flexibility on the property allowing for townhomes, single-family residential, accessory apartments, as well as multi-family dwellings. Ms. Priess asked about the zoning on the property and why staff recommended the RM-1 zoning. Greg Huling came forward to speak in favor of the request and wanted to ask the commission to consider RM-2 zoning given the commercial development in the area. The playground and parking lot are the school properties that are directly across from the subject tract. Mr. Huling did not believe that additional traffic in the area would be an issue. Mr. Huling asked the commission to consider RM-2 on the property instead of staff’s recommendation of RM-1. Ms. Jackson asked about the project and the intent behind the request and Mr. Huling indicated that the project would be 3 stories. Mark Crisp had a concern over the traffic, in 2008 there were 6,000 cars per day travelling on the street given the neighborhood and the school in close proximity. Rocky Templin came forward to speak in opposition of the request based upon the height and density requirements allowed for in RM-2 zoning districts.
  • Ms. Jones asked if Mr. Templin if he had done a traffic study of the area, Mr. Templin indicated he had not. Sammy Farmer asked the applicant if he would consider RM-1, the applicant indicated that he would be ok with RM-1 in contrast to RS-1 which is what the property is zoned right now. Ms. Fawver came forward to consider the fact of what it would take to introduce and commission a traffic study of the area. Ms. Priess asked the applicant if he would be able to live with an RM-1 zoning designation. Mr. Huling asked if the commission would consider RM-2 or table the request to allow him to work with staff, do a traffic study, and talk to commission members, and Mr. Templin. Ms. Fawver addressed the concern over a traffic study and that funding would be required and may in all likelihood not be available at this time given the budget for the next fiscal year has recently been approved. Ms. Jones commented that tabling the request may not achieve what the applicant desires in the end. Mr. Wynne expressed that the economics for RM-1 would work in his estimation. Mr. Wynne also expressed a concern over traffic near the school and discussed the traffic circulation in the area Mr. Huling mentioned he had a feasibility study done on the property and some preliminary drawings for the proposed structures as well. Sammy Farmer mentioned that people pulling out from a driveway would be more ideal than people backing out from traditional RS-1 homes. Mr. Huling brought up the driveway at the school and that the pickup area was further south from the subject property. The intent of Mr. Huling is to have his exit to Southland as far north as possible in addition to a secondary access that might be required. Lynsey Flage came forward to clarify that the teacher parking zone is also used for pickup of 2nd and 3rd graders. She had some concerns about the traffic in the area as well and from parking in front of the proposed development. Ms. Jackson stated that there is a need for housing development in the community and that apartments could alleviate this concern; this appeared to be a good location for them. Sammy Farmer asked Mr. Templin if he would be opposed to RM-1 on the property. Mr. Templin stated that he would be in agreement with RM-1 as a compromise.
  • Bill Wynne asked about the development on the property and Mr. Huling explained his project a little bit further. John Young asked about future development to the west of the property which was clarified by staff. Motion to zone the property RM-2 was made by Bill Wynne and was seconded by Teri Jackson. The motion passed 5-2 with Valerie Priess and Mark Crisp voting in opposition. A ten minute recess was called at 10:25 AM The meeting resumed at 10:38 AM, a quorum of 7 members was present.
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 12, EXHIBIT “A” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, WHICH SAID EXHIBIT “A” OF CHAPTER 12 ADOPTS ZONING REGULATIONS, USE DISTRICTS AND A ZONING MAP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY CHANGING THE ZONING AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO WIT: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive. This property specifically occupies the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo, changing the zoning classification from SingleFamily Residential (RS-1) to Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) District; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING A PENALTY RE: Z 13-28: Greg Huling WHEREAS, the Planning Commission for the City of San Angelo and the governing body for the City of San Angelo, in compliance with the charter and the state law with reference to zoning regulations and a zoning map, have given requisite notice by publication and otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all property owners and persons interested, generally, and to persons situated in the affected area and in the vicinity thereof, is of the opinion that zoning changes should be made as set out herein; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: SECTION 1: That the basic zoning ordinance for the City of San Angelo, as enacted by the governing body for the City of San Angelo on January 4, 2000 and included within Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, be and the same is hereby amended insofar as the property hereinafter set forth, and said ordinance generally and the zoning map shall be amended insofar as the property hereinafter described: An unaddressed 5 acre tract, located approximately 280 feet south of the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Green Meadow Drive. This property specifically occupies the Community of Faith subdivision, Block 1, Section 1, Lots 1 & 2, in western San Angelo, shall henceforth be permanently zoned as follows: Low-Rise Multi-Family Residential (RM-1) District. The Director of Planning is hereby directed to correct zoning district maps in the office of the Director of Planning, to reflect the herein described changes in zoning. SECTION 2: That in all other respects, the use of the hereinabove described property shall be subject to all applicable regulations contained in Chapter 12 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo, as amended. SECTION 3: That the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment:
  • SEVERABILITY: The terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that, if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. SECTION 4: That the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of San Angelo. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. INTRODUCED on the 5th day of November, 2013 and finally PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on this the 19th day of November, 2013. THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO ____________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As To Content: Approved As To Form: _________________________ AJ Fawver, Planning Manager ________________________ Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of Angelo San Memo Meeting Date: November 19, 2013 To: City Council members From: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Subject: Moratorium Ordinance and summary of the findings of the housing committee established in April 2 of 2013 at the direction of the City Council. Contacts: AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner 325-657-4210 Caption: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, (“CITY”) FINDING THAT, APPLICATION OF EXISTING ZONING AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES, REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES ARE INADEQUATE TO PREVENT NEW DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPORARY HOUSING THAT INCLUDES MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS FROM BEING DETRIMENTAL TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY AND THE PEACE OR ORDER OF THE CITY; FINDING A DEMONSTRATED NEED TO REVIEW EXISTING REGULATIONS AND TO AMEND EXISTING REGULATIONS OR ADOPT NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY; IMPLEMENTING A NINETY (90) DAY MORATORIUM ON THE ACCEPTANCE, PROCESSING OR APPROVAL OF: (1) ZONING APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL USE PERMITS “CAMPGROUND / RECREATIONAL PARKS” IN ALL APPLICABLE ZONING DISTRICTS, (2) APPLICATIONS FOR ZONING DESIGNATION OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARK DISTRICT, (3) SITE PLANS FOR CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, AND (4) APPLICATIONS FOR ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF
  • PERMITS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES OR STRUCTURES FOR EXPANSION OF CAPACITY OF CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, OR MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING A PROCEDURE FOR A VARIANCE FROM THE APPLICABLE MORATORIUM; PROVIDING AN APPEAL PROCESS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND FINDING PROPER NOTICE AND MEETING IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT Summary: The City Council may: (1) Approve the proposed moratorium ordinance as presented; or (2) Modify the provisions allotted for in the moratorium ordinance and approve the ordinance; or (3) Deny the proposed moratorium. History and Background: The housing committees established in April of 2013 by the City Manager's office at the request of the City Council were tasked with finding solutions to the anticipated housing boom as a result of recent development in the oil & gas industry in the Cline-Shale and other reserves centered in the West Texas region including but not limited to the Cities of Midland, Odessa, Big Lake, and Big Spring. The impact of related housing developments to support temporary workers resulted in the need to examine the current regulations more in depth and some initial proposals regarding Campgrounds/RV Parks and extended stay situations were discussed. Opinions on what would be the best regulations to adopt are certainly divided, more so with regard to Campground/RV Parks. The committee was in somewhat of a consensus that the extended stay situation needed to be revised and some regulations are certainly necessary to curb the negative impacts of temporary housing on the community. Some points that the committee is in agreement on include the following:
  •  A moratorium is needed to research the temporary housing matter further and ensure regulations adopted are adequate to ensure the consistent and predictable development of the community.  There is an escalating demand for development of temporary housing related to the exponential growth in the oil industry in central Texas and in the City of San Angelo, particularly a marked interest in developments utilizing manufactured housing, recreational vehicles, trailers and other modes for temporary living accommodations.  The dwindling supply of rental housing and apartments and the corresponding increase of residential rental rates along with the potential financial hardship on the capacity of some resident or workforce families to maintain adequate housing is an issue within the community.  Adverse impacts suffered by a number of other Texas communities relating to the influx of oil industry related workforce and demand for temporary housing, without effective regulations for the placement and development of temporary housing facilities indicate that the City of San Angelo can anticipate similar adverse impact to the preservation of the public peace, property, health, safety or welfare. Of the housing committee members who had responded, three agreed with these statements in support of the moratorium. One response questioned what the purpose of what this request was for and did not reply in favor or in opposition. The remainder of the surveys were not returned to staff. The Planning Commission will have this topic for discussion and action at the November 18, 2013 meeting and these results will be shared verbally with the council. Attachments: draft moratorium ordinance. Presentation: AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services & Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner
  • AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, (“CITY”) FINDING THAT, APPLICATION OF EXISTING ZONING AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES, REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES ARE INADEQUATE TO PREVENT NEW DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPORARY HOUSING THAT INCLUDES MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS FROM BEING DETRIMENTAL TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY AND THE PEACE OR ORDER OF THE CITY; FINDING A DEMONSTRATED NEED TO REVIEW EXISTING REGULATIONS AND TO AMEND EXISTING REGULATIONS OR ADOPT NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY; IMPLEMENTING A NINETY (90) DAY MORATORIUM ON THE ACCEPTANCE, PROCESSING OR APPROVAL OF: (1) ZONING APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL USE PERMITS “CAMPGROUND / RECREATIONAL PARKS” IN ALL APPLICABLE ZONING DISTRICTS, (2) APPLICATIONS FOR ZONING DESIGNATION OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARK DISTRICT, (3) SITE PLANS FOR CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, AND (4) APPLICATIONS FOR ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL OF PERMITS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES OR STRUCTURES FOR EXPANSION OF CAPACITY OF CAMPGROUNDS OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS, OR MOBILE HOME / MANUFACTURED HOUSING PARKS; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING A PROCEDURE FOR A VARIANCE FROM THE APPLICABLE MORATORIUM; PROVIDING AN APPEAL PROCESS; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND FINDING PROPER NOTICE AND MEETING IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT WHEREAS, the City of San Angelo, Texas (“City”) is a home rule municipality having full power of local self government under Article XI, Section 5 of the Texas State Constitution, and including those powers as provided at Chapter 51 of the Texas Local Government Code, pursuant to which City has general authority to adopt ordinances or police regulations that are for the good government, peace or order of City and which are necessary or proper for carrying out a power granted by law to City; and WHEREAS, City is authorized under Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code, to adopt a moratorium on property development on residential and commercial property and is required to comply with prescribed notice and hearing procedures and make applicable written findings; and WHEREAS, City is required under Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code in particular with regard to a commercial property development moratorium not based on a demonstrated shortage of essential public facilities, to issue written findings based on reasonably Page 4 of 11
  • available information that the moratorium is justified by demonstrating that applying existing commercial development ordinances or regulations and other applicable laws is inadequate to prevent the new development from being detrimental to the public health safety or welfare of the residents of the municipality; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code, a commercial property development moratorium expires on the ninetieth (90th) day after the date the moratorium is adopted unless the municipality, in compliance with prescribed statutory procedure for an extension, however, the commercial property development moratorium including extensions may not exceed an aggregate of 180 days; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of San Angelo (“Council”) is aware of an escalating demand for development of temporary housing related to the exponential growth in the oil industry in central Texas and in the City of San Angelo, particularly a marked interest in developments utilizing manufactured housing, recreational vehicles, trailers and other modes for temporary living accommodations; and, WHEREAS, Council is aware of a dwindling supply of rental housing and apartments and the corresponding increase of residential rental rates along with the potential financial hardship on the capacity of some resident or workforce families to maintain adequate housing; and, WHEREAS, Council is aware of the adverse impacts suffered by a number of other Texas communities relating to the influx of oil industry related workforce and demand for temporary housing, without effective regulations for the placement and development of temporary housing facilities as well as moratoria imposed by those cities on such development for the preservation of the public peace, property, health, safety or welfare; and, WHEREAS, in light of the foregoing information Council made provision for a Housing Committee to investigate the potential for intensified demand for temporary housing that can be anticipated by City as a result of the surge in the oil industry; the Committee has determined that City and San Angelo community can anticipate a significant demand for temporary housing including mobile home/manufactured housing parks and recreational vehicle parks; and, WHEREAS, based on reasonably available information Council finds that it is necessary and proper for the good government, public health, safety, or welfare, and the peace or order of City to implement a temporary moratorium on acceptance, processing or approval of: (1) zoning applications for special use “Campground / Recreational Parks”, (2) applications for zoning designation of Manufactured Housing Park district, (3) site plans for campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks, and (4) applications for issuance or renewal of permits for new construction or reconstruction of facilities or structures, or additional electrical, water or sewer Page 5 of 11
  • utilities, for expansion of capacity of campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks, or mobile home / manufactured housing parks (hereinafter “Moratorium”); and, WHEREAS, the purposes of a temporary moratorium on commercial property development being to review current regulations and to develop appropriate polices, regulations and ordinances necessary for the public health, safety, or welfare within the City of San Angelo; and, WHEREAS, on the 18th day of November, 2013, a public hearing was held before the City of San Angelo Planning Commission on consideration of the adoption of the Moratorium pursuant to public notice of the time, place and purpose of the meeting as required by the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: I. FINDINGS OF FACT The City Council of San Angelo, Texas hereby makes the following findings of fact: 1. That on the 18th day of November, 2013, a public hearing was held before the City of San Angelo Planning Commission (“Planning Commission”) on consideration of the adoption of a moratorium pursuant to public notice of the time, place and purpose of the meeting as required by the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code; and 2. That the Planning Commission considered information presented at the public hearing that demonstrated justification for a commercial property development moratorium in that the application of existing commercial development ordinances or regulations and other applicable laws (collectively “regulations”) is inadequate to prevent the new development from being detrimental to the public health safety or welfare of the residents of the City, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and 3. That the City Council has held a public hearing on November 19, 2013 and considered reasonably available information, including the information presented at public hearing before the Planning Commission on November 18, 2013 and the information, evidence and testimony presented at the public hearing before the City Council on November 19, 2013 that demonstrated justification for a commercial property development moratorium in that the application of existing commercial development ordinances or regulations and other applicable laws is inadequate to prevent the new development from being detrimental to the public health safety or welfare of the residents of the City, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and Page 6 of 11
  • 4. That based on reasonably available information presented to the City Council relating to the exponential growth of the oil industry in central Texas and the City of San Angelo, the City’s development policies, regulations, ordinances and other applicable laws are inadequate to prevent new development of temporary housing that includes mobile home/manufactured housing parks and recreational vehicle parks from being detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare of the residents of the City, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and 5. That, in the absence of a commercial property development moratorium being adopted by the City Council, new development of temporary housing will cause a detrimental effect on public health, safety, or welfare of the residents of the City and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and 6. That there is a demonstrated need to review such existing regulations and to adopt new regulations or to amend existing regulations for the preservation of the public health, safety or welfare of the residents of the City, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo. II. CONCLUSIONS AND ADOPTION OF A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT MORATORIUM: Based on the foregoing findings of fact, the City Council for the City of San Angelo, Texas hereby declares: 1. That application of existing zoning and commercial development policies, regulations, ordinances and other applicable laws ( collectively “regulations”) are inadequate to prevent new development of temporary housing that includes mobile home / manufactured housing parks and recreational vehicle parks from being detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare of the residents of the City, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and 2. That there is a demonstrated need to review such existing regulations and to adopt new regulations or to amend existing regulations for the preservation of the public health, safety or welfare, and the peace or order of the City of San Angelo; and 3. That a temporary commercial property development moratorium is hereby imposed and adopted on acceptance, processing or approval of: (A) zoning applications for special use “Campground / Recreational Parks” in Ranch and Estate district (R&E), Manufactured Housing Park district (MHP), General Commercial district (CG), Heavy Commercial district (CH), Office-Warehouse district (OW), Light Manufacturing district Page 7 of 11
  • (ML), Heavy Manufacturing district (MH), and General Commercial / Heavy Commercial district (CG/CH); and (B) applications for zoning designation of Manufactured Housing Park district; and (C) site plans for campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks; and (D) applications for issuance or renewal of permits for new construction or reconstruction of facilities or structures, or additional electrical, water or sewer utilities, for expansion of capacity of campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks or mobile home/manufactured housing parks. 4. The foregoing temporary commercial property development moratorium shall be in effect for a period of ninety (90) days to commence on November 20, 2013 and to end on 2013, through the 17th day of February, 2014, and may be extended in ninety (90) day or less increments if necessary and justified as determined by majority vote of the City Council in compliance with prescribed notice and hearing procedures, but not to exceed an aggregate of 180 days. 5. The commercial property development moratorium is being enacted to permit a review of existing regulations and to develop new regulations necessary for the public health, safety or welfare relating to : (1) zoning applications for special use “Campground / Recreational Parks” in Ranch and Estate district (R&E), Manufactured Housing Park district (MHP), General Commercial district (CG), Heavy Commercial district (CH), Office-Warehouse district (OW), Light Manufacturing district (ML), Heavy Manufacturing district (MH), and General Commercial / Heavy Commercial district (CG/CH), (2) applications for zoning designation of Manufactured Housing Park district, (3) site plans for campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks, and (4) applications for issuance or renewal of permits for new construction or reconstruction of facilities or structures, or additional electrical, water or sewer utilities, for expansion of capacity of campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks or mobile home/manufactured housing parks. 6. The commercial property development moratorium applies within the territorial limits of the City of San Angelo, Texas, inclusive of all City districts. 7. The following City of San Angelo Planning Division and Building Permits & Inspections Division activities of the Community Development Department are temporarily suspended, subject to Special Exceptions provided for in this Ordinance, for the duration of the described moratorium and any extensions thereof: 1. The acceptance, processing or approval of zoning applications for special use permits “Campground / Recreational Parks” in R&E, MHP, CG, CH, OW, ML, MH, and CG/CH zoning districts; Page 8 of 11
  • 2. The acceptance, processing or approval of applications for zoning designation of Manufactured Housing Park district; 3. The acceptance, processing or approval of site plans for campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks; and, 4. The issuance or renewal of permits for new construction or reconstruction of facilities or structures, or additional electrical, water or sewer utilities, for expansion of capacity of campgrounds or recreational vehicle parks or mobile home/manufactured housing parks. 8. Exceptions for relief of hardship caused by the commercial property development moratorium may be made in writing to the City Council. Special Exceptions may be granted by the City Council when the City Council determines in writing that one or more of the conditions listed below are satisfied: A. Undue Hardship: i. The applicant shall otherwise suffer undue hardship, that being something beyond or in addition to financial hardship; ii. The current regulations are adequate to address the particular type and scope of development and construction proposed by the applicant through the proper channels; iii. It is in the public interest to allow a limited exception to the commercial property development moratorium in the particular instance; and iv. Authorizing the special exception will not adversely impact neighboring properties. B. Pending Projects: A complete application for the required regulatory approvals for the proposed project is on file with the City on or before the Effective Date of this Ordinance. 9. An application for an exception to the commercial property development moratorium must be submitted in writing to the Planning Division of the Development Services Department and shall include: a comprehensive project summary and letter addressing the City Council explaining the circumstances justifying an exception, including the attachment of copies of respective plats or drawings, and setting forth pertinent facts for Council’s consideration. The Planning Division shall submit the application for exception to the City Clerk to be timely placed on the agenda for the next available regular City Council meeting. III. CUMULATIVE EFFECT Page 9 of 11
  • This Ordinance shall be cumulative of all provisions of the ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas, as amended, except where the provisions of this Ordinance are in direct conflict with the provisions of such ordinances, in which event the terms of this Ordinance, during its effectiveness, shall prevail over any other conflicting ordinances of the City or provisions thereof. IV. SEVERABILITY Should any of the clauses, sentences, paragraphs, sections or parts of this Ordinance be deemed invalid, unconstitutional, or unenforceable by a court of law or administrative agency with jurisdiction over the matter, such action shall not be construed to affect any other valid portion of this Ordinance. V. PROPER NOTICE & MEETING The City Council hereby officially finds and determines that notice of public hearing at which this Ordinance was considered was published in a newspaper of general circulation in the City on the fourth day before the date of hearing;, and that the meetings at which this Ordinance was considered and passed by the City Council were open to the public, and that public notice of the time, place and purpose of said meetings was given as required by the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Page 10 of 11
  • Government Code. INTRODUCED on the day of 2013, and finally PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the day of , 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO ATTEST: By: Dwain Morrison, Mayor Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved As to Form: Approved As to Content: ______________________ Lysia Bowling, City Attorney ____________________________ A. J. Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services Page 11 of 11
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 12, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Ricky Dickson, Water Utilities Director Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Ricky Dickson, Water Utilities Director, 657-4209 Consideration of and possible action on a Petition for Variance under the Code of Ordinances, Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan, Section 11.203 (e), to the allowable watering frequencies and time of day for newly planted landscape submitted by the San Angelo Independent School District ________________________________________________________________________ Summary: The variance request is to allow watering of newly seeded or sodded grass areas at a frequency of two times per day for five consecutive days the first week and twice per week for the next 21 days beginning November 1st of shortly thereafter. Current ordinance under Drought Level II does not allow for the watering of new landscape. Watering is only allowed once every 14 days from November 1st to March 31st. History: City Council considered the item at the November 5, 2013 meeting. Due to the tie vote and at the direction of Mayor Morrison, the item will be reconsidered. Financial Impact: N/A. Related Vision Item (if applicable): N/A. Other Information/Recommendation: Attachments: Variance letter from San Angelo Independent School District Presentation: None Publication: None. Reviewed by Service Area Director: November 12, 2013 Ricky Dickson, Water Utilities Director,
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: 10/22/2013 To: Mayor and Council Members From: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police Subject: Agenda Item for November 19th, 2013 City Council Meeting Contact: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police, 325-657-4336 Caption: Regular First public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance adopting 10.1700 of the City of San Angelo Code of Ordinances related to the operation and regulation of golf carts on public streets and providing for the penalty for violations of said ordinance as well as providing for repeal, savings and severability, effective date, and publication of said ordinance therein. Summary: Currently the City of San Angelo has no ordinance regulating the use of golf carts. Applicable laws are currently found in the Texas Transportation Code as found in Section 551.401 through 551.405. History: At the September 3rd, 2013 City Council Meeting Chief Tim Vasquez presented background information on golf cart issues as it relates to specifically Angelo State University and Commercial entities in the City. Motion by Councilman D. Vardeman and second by Councilman M. Self directed City staff to draft ordinance relating the use of golf carts on public streets specifically with regards to Angelo State University, Governmental Agencies, and Commercial Entities and motion carried unanimously. At the November 5, 2013 City Council meeting, a first hearing of the ordinance was held and introduced with changes by City Council which included removing the government permit fee exemption, reducing the miles per hour from 35 to 30, and removing the passenger age limit. After further review and revision, the City Attorney has recommended Council reconsider the revised ordinance and conduct another first hearing. Financial Impact: Application and Permit for each golf cart is $20.00 Related Vision Item N/A (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Attachments: Presentation: Staff recommends approval of Ordinance 10.1700 with changes of the following at Council Direction: 10.173(a) The maximum speed limit of the public street is thirty-five (35) miles per hour less. Change to thirty (30) miles per hour or less. 10.1700, Operation of Golf Cart Vehicle on Public Streets REVISED per City Council direction on 11/5/13 (If item includes a PowerPoint presentation or any other type of electronic media to be displayed on the projector, this file must be submitted with your background information by the scheduled due date.)
  • Publication: N/A Reviewed by Director: Tim Vasquez, Chief of Police, 10-22-2013 Approved by Legal: October 23, 2013, City Attorney Lysia H. Bowling
  • AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, AMENDING CHAPTER 10, TRAFFIC CONTROL, OF THE SAN ANGELO CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO ADD A NEW ARTICLE 10.1700, ENTITLED “OPERATION OF GOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS” IN ORDER TO ALLOW AND REGULATE THE OPERATION OF GOLF CARTS ON ANY PART OF THE TRAFFIC AREA OF ANY PUBLIC STREET OR HIGHWAY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS WHERE THE POSTED SPEED LIMIT IS NOT MORE THAN THIRTY (30) MILES PER HOUR, PROVIDING DEFINITIONS, ESTABLISHING LIMITATIONS ON SUCH OPERATION, ESTABLISHING REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT, ANNUAL REGISTRATION, ESTABLISHING ADMINSTRATIVE PROCESSES, ESTABLISHING A REGISTRATION FEE, PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF THIS ORDINANCE, AND AMENDING APPENDIX A, ENTITLED ARTICLE 3.000 BUSINESS RELATED FEES TO ADD A NEW SECTION 3.1300 GOLF CART REGISTRATION FEE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE WHEREAS, the City of San Angelo (“City”) is authorized under state law to allow and regulate the operation of golf carts on public streets of the City where the posted speed limit is not more than 35 miles per hour, including equipment requirements; WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the regulations set forth in this ordinance are reasonably necessary to promote and protect the interests of the public health, safety and welfare of the City; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS: Section 1) THAT, Chapter 10, entitled “Traffic Control” of the Code of Ordinances, City of San Angelo, Texas is hereby amended by adding the following Article 10.1700, entitled “Operation of Golf Carts on Public Streets” to allow and regulate the operation of golf carts on public streets where the posted speed limit is not more than thirty (30) miles per hour within the City limits: ARTICLE 10.1700 OPERATION OF GOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS Sec. 10.1701 Statutory Authorization. In accordance with the authority granted under Chapter 551 of the Texas Transportation Code, Subchapter F, “Golf Carts and Utility Vehicles,” the City of San Angelo allows and regulates the operation of golf carts on public streets within the City limits where the posted speed limit is not more than 35 miles per hour, which includes imposing equipment safety standards.
  • Sec. 10.1702 Designation of Police Department. The City of San Angelo Police Department is hereby authorized under the direction of the Police Chief or an authorized designee to administer the procedures for registration of golf carts and collect registration fees pursuant to this article. Sec. 10.1703 Definitions. Pursuant to this article: (a) applicant means a natural person or entity submitting an application for registration for a golf cart. (b) department means the City of San Angelo Police Department. (c) driver’s license means an authorization issued by the State of Texas for the operation of a motor vehicle. (d) golf cart means a motor vehicle designed by the manufacturer primarily for use on a golf course as defined in the Texas Transportation Code and not a go-cart, neighborhood electric vehicle, off road vehicle, utility vehicle or all-terrain vehicle. (e) operator means the person who drives or has physical control of a golf cart on any part of the traffic area of any public street or highway. (f) personal use means a use other than business use for facility maintenance, parcel delivery, premises security or any governmental use. (g) registration means authorization issued by the Department to an applicant for registration of a golf cart. (h) sidewalk means the portion of a street that is between a curb or lateral line of a roadway and the adjacent property line and intended for pedestrian use, and including pedestrian walkway, jogging path, bike or park trail. (i) traffic area means any portion of any road, street, highway, drive, or other right-of- way, whether improved or unimproved, including the berm or shoulder, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular traffic, within the city limits. Sec. 10.1704 Golf Cart Operation. It shall be unlawful to operate a golf cart on any part of the traffic area of any public street or highway within the city limits where the posted speed limit is more than thirty (30) miles per hour and: (a) That is not registered with the Department and does not have a current registration decal issued pursuant to this article conspicuously displayed upon the back of the golf cart. (b) Without a valid Texas driver’s license.
  • (c) For personal use. (d) On or upon any sidewalk, pedestrian walkway, jogging path, park trail or any location normally used for pedestrian traffic. (e) With unseated occupants or a number of occupants in excess of the number for which factory seating is installed and provided. (f) While towing another golf cart or conveyance of any kind or person on roller skates, skateboard or bicycle. (g) When visibility is impaired by weather, smoke, fog, or other condition, or at any time when there is insufficient light to clearly see persons or vehicles on the roadway at a distance of five hundred feet (500’) or during inclement weather. Sec. 10.1705 Golf Cart Equipment Required. It shall be unlawful to operate a golf cart pursuant to this article which does not have the following equipment: (a) Two (2) headlamps; (b) Two (2) tail lamps; (c) Side reflectors [two (2) front, amber in color and two (2) rear, red in color]; (d) Parking brake; (e) Rearview mirror(s), capable of a clear, unobstructed view of at least two hundred feet (200’) to the rear; (f) Slow-moving vehicle emblem. Sec. 10.1706 Golf Cart Registration Required. All golf carts operated upon the traffic areas within the city limits pursuant to this article shall be registered with the Department prior to such operation. Registration of a golf cart is not intended to and shall not operate to warrant or guarantee that the golf cart meets any particular standard or condition or that it may be safely operated upon the traffic areas within the City. Registration shall be made in the manner set forth as follows: (a) Application for a golf cart registration shall be made upon a form provided by and to the Department. An annual registration fee as prescribed in Appendix A, Article 3.000, entitled “Business Related Fees”, Section 3.1300, entitled “Golf Cart Registration Fee”, shall be paid before each registration or renewal thereof is granted. (b) The Department, upon receiving proper application therefore and upon compliance inspection for required equipment, is authorized to issue a golf cart registration decal which shall be effective for one (1) calendar year.
  • (c) Such decal shall be firmly attached to the rear of the golf cart for which issued in such position as to be plainly visible from the rear. (d) Upon the expiration of any golf cart registration, the same may be renewed upon application and payment of the prescribed fee. (e) The Department shall not issue a golf cart registration decal for any golf cart the Department has reasonable grounds to believe that the applicant is not the owner of, or entitled to the possession of, such golf cart. (f) The Department shall not issue a golf cart registration decal for any golf cart for which the applicant has not submitted evidence of financial responsibility for the current registration period for the golf cart equivalent to or greater than the current minimum requirement for liability insurance under the Texas Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act for operation of a motor vehicle. Such financial responsibility may be provided by a general liability insurance policy, self-insurance through a governmental agency, or by other valid insurance. Sec. 10.1706 Liability. Nothing in this article shall be construed as an assumption of liability by City for any injuries (including death) to persons, pets, or property which may result from the operation of a golf cart pursuant to this article. Section 2) THAT, the following penalty clause is adopted with this amendment: PENALTY: Any person who violates any provisions of this article shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be subject to a fine as provided for in Section 1.106 of this Code. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. Section 3) THAT, the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: SEVERABILITY: That the terms and provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if any portion of this ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this ordinance.
  • Section 4) THAT, Appendix A, Article 3.000, entitled “Business Related Fees” is hereby amended by adding the following Section 3.1300, entitled “Golf Cart Registration Fee”: Sec. 3.1300 Golf Cart Registration Fee A golf cart registration application hereunder shall be accompanied by a golf cart registration fee of $20.00. Section 5) THAT, the following severability clause is adopted with this amendment: SEVERABILITY: That the terms and provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if any portion of this ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this ordinance. Section 6) THAT this Ordinance shall be effective from an after the date of adoption. INTRODUCED on the and ADOPTED on this the day of day of 2013, and finally PASSED, APPROVED , 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved as to content: Approved as to form: Tim Vasquez, Police Chief Lysia H. Bowling, City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: 11/6/13 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Chief Tim Vasquez Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 Council Meeting Contact: Chief Tim Vasquez, 657-4336 Caption: Regular Agenda item Discussion and possible action related to an increase in the support for the Tom Green County Mental Health Unit and Tom Green County Crisis Intervention Unit Summary: The City of San Angelo contract with Tom Green County for services from the County Mental Health Unit and Crisis Intervention Unit. The Mental Health Unit responds to crisis calls involving the mentally ill or suicidal/homicidal subjects in the City and County. They assure that mentally ill and suicidal/homicidal subjects are assessed and transported to appropriate and safe facilities. The Crisis Intervention Unit responds to crisis calls involving crime victims in the City and County. They provide crisis counseling, assessment of needs, information and referrals, emergency transportation, assist with emergency protective orders for victims of family violence, and respond to death scenes when requested. Tom Green County is requesting an increase from the City for services from the Mental Health Unit and Crisis Intervention Unit. History: Tom Green County established these units and the City and County have been sharing the cost for these services. Financial Impact: Funds to support these units are budgeted in the City 2013-2014 budget. Currently the budget is $77,278 for the Mental Health Unit and $26,132 budgeted for the Crisis Intervention Unit. Total budget for these two programs is $103,410. Tom Green County is requesting an increase of $31,618 for the Mental Health Unit and $5,921 for the Crisis Intervention Unit. Total increase requested $37,539. Related Vision Item (if applicable): N/A Other Information/Recommendation: Staff recommends approval Attachments: None Presentation:Chief Tim Vasquez, Sheriff David Jones Publication: N/A Reviewed by Service Area Director: Chief Tim Vasquez, Police Department, November 6, 2013
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 8, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Robert Schneeman, Interim Director of Economic Development Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013 meeting Contact: Robert Schneeman, 657-4210 Caption: REGULAR Agenda Consideration and possible action regarding approval of an ordinance amending Article 2.3600 Economic Development Corporation of the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas by amending Section 2.3606 to add a new Subsection 1 to include the projects allowed in Section 4b of Article 5190.6 V.A.C.S., as amended, (hereinafter “Act”) for the City of San Angelo to continue to levy and collect a one-half cent sales and use tax, said projects having been approved by the voters in the November 2, 2010 special election to be undertaken as allowed by the Act in accordance with the results of the said special election; and to restate and renumber Section 2.3606 in its entirety; providing for severability; and, providing for an effective date. Summary: The City Code of Ordinances requires updating to reflect the changes in the use of half cent sales tax approved by voters on the 2010 ballot. History: Financial Impact: There have been three half cent sales tax ballot initiatives including approval of the tax in 1999, extension and approval of additional projects in 2004 and extension, and approval of additional projects in 2010. TO date the City Code of Ordinances has not been revised to reflect the 2010 ballot changes. To be determined Related Vision Item N/A (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval Attachments: Current Levy, Use, and Termination of Sales Tax ordinance; Amended Levy, Use, and Termination of Sales Tax ordinance; 2010 voter approved ballot Presentation: Robert Schneeman, Interim Director of Economic Development
  • Excerpt from Current City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2, Article 2.3600 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Sec. 2.3606 Levy, Use and Termination of Sales Tax (a) In accordance with the results of the September 11, 2004 sales tax election held under Section 4B of Vernon’s Ann. Civ. St. Art. 5190.6 (“Act” hereinafter), the City of San Angelo shall continue to levy and collect a one-half cent sales and use tax for the following purposes authorized by said election: (1) Infrastructure relating to the development of water supply facilities for one or more of the following options: water reuse and/or the use of fresh or brackish ground water; and the development and institution of water conservation programs including, but not limited to, education programs and incentives for the installation of water saving plumbing fixtures; (2) Projects authorized under the Act including, but not limited to, Concho River improvements; park improvements; sports and athletics facilities and improvements, including maintenance and operations expenses for such sports and athletics facilities and improvements; convention center, Fort Concho Museum, coliseum and fairground improvements; related improvements to enhance the foregoing items; and development and expansion of affordable housing; (3) Economic development purposes authorized under Section 4B of the Act, including, but not limited to, the development, promotion, creation, retention or expansion of business enterprises that create or retain primary jobs, and suitable infrastructure necessary to promote or develop business enterprises. (b) The one-half cent sales tax shall be levied and collected from July 1, 2005 and shall terminate on June 30, 2025. (c) One-half cent sales tax collected from July 1, 1999 until June 30, 2005 shall continue to be used for the following purposes authorized in the election held on January 16, 1999: (1) Lake Nasworthy Dredging Project and related improvements. (2) Coliseum and Fairgrounds Projects, including but not limited to replacement of air conditioning plant in the coliseum, construction of an indoor arena, and other facility improvements. (3) The promotion and/or development of new or expanding business enterprises which create or retain jobs including the provision of infrastructure to support such enterprises.
  • (Ordinance adopted 7/5/05)  
  • AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE 2.3600 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS BY AMENDING SECTION 2.3606 TO ADD A NEW SUBSECTION 1 TO INCLUDE THE PROJECTS ALLOWED IN SECTION 4B OF ARTICLE 5190.6 V.A.C.S., AS AMENDED, (HEREINAFTER “ACT”) FOR THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO TO CONTINUE TO LEVY AND COLLECT A ONE-HALF CENT SALES AND USE TAX, SAID PROJECTS HAVING BEEN APPROVED BY THE VOTERS IN THE NOVEMBER 2, 2010 SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE UNDERTAKEN AS ALLOWED BY THE ACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESULTS OF THE SAID SPECIAL ELECTION; AND TO RESTATE AND RENUMBER SECTION 2.3606 IN ITS ENTIRETY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO: Section 1. THAT, Chapter 2, Article 2.3600 Section 2.3606 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of San Angelo, Texas is hereby amended to add a new Subsection 1, paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) to reflect that in accordance with the results of the November 2, 2010 Special Election held under Section 4B of Article 5190.6 V.A.C.S, the City of San Angelo shall continue to levy and collect a onehalf cent sales and use tax for the purposes and projects authorized by said election; and to restate and renumber paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of said Section 2.3606 as adopted by the Code of Ordinances on July 5, 2005, as Subsection 2, Subsection 3 and Subsection 4, to read as follows: ARTICLE 2.3606 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Sec. 2.3606 Levy, Use and Termination of Sales Tax 1. In accordance with the results of the November 2, 2010 sales tax election held under Section 4B of Article 5190.6 V.A.C.S, the City of San Angelo shall continue to levy and collect a one-half cent sales and use tax for following purposes and projects authorized by said election: (a) The use of sales and use tax proceeds for infrastructure relating to the development of water supply, water purchase, water rights purchase, and/or capital improvements for one or more of the following options: water reuse and/or the use of fresh or brackish water; and the development and institution of water conservation programs, including, but not limited to, education programs and incentives for the installation of water saving plumbing fixtures, to be from a minimum of 21% increasing to 72% of gross sales and use tax proceeds as voter approved project obligations are met and subject to future voter approval of additional projects; and
  • (b) The use of sales and use tax proceeds for the continued economic development projects authorized under Section 4B of the Act, including, but not limited to, the development, promotion, creation, retention or expansion of business enterprises that create or retain primary jobs, including suitable infrastructure, up to 28% of gross sales and use tax revenues; and (c) The use of sales and use tax proceeds for the continued development and expansion of affordable housing for a period of thirty (30) years at its current allocation; and (d) The use of sales and use tax proceeds for infrastructure relating to the Concho River improvements anticipated to be in the sum of $4 million: and (e) The use of sales and use tax proceeds for projects authorized under the Act including, restoration of the Auditorium Downtown Plaza anticipated to be in the sum of $3.75 million, youth sports facility consolidation anticipated to be in the sum of $1.75 million, Fort Concho/Museum District anticipated to be in the sum of $1 million, Fair Grounds Third (3rd) Phase Construction anticipated to be in the sum of $1 million, and Airport Modification leveraging funds anticipated to be in the sum of $500,000; and (f) The uses of sales and use tax proceeds for infrastructure and capital improvement projects, other than development of water infrastructure or economic development, requiring funding in addition to funding anticipated at the time of approval shall be resubmitted to the qualified voters for approval before the expenditure of additional funds from sales and use tax proceeds. 2. In accordance with the results of the September 11, 2004 sales tax election held under Section 4B of Vernon’s Ann. Civ. St. Art. 5190.6 (“Act” hereinafter), the City of San Angelo shall continue to levy and collect a one-half cent sales and use tax for the following purposes authorized by said election: (a) Infrastructure relating to the development of water supply facilities for one or more of the following options: water reuse and/or the use of fresh or brackish ground water; and the development and institution of water conservation programs including, but not limited to, education programs and incentives for the installation of water saving plumbing fixtures; (b) Projects authorized under the Act including, but not limited to, Concho River improvements; park improvements; sports and athletics facilities and improvements, including maintenance and operations expenses for such sports and athletics facilities and improvements; convention center, Fort Concho Museum, coliseum and fairground improvements; related improvements to enhance the foregoing items; and development and expansion of affordable housing; (c) Economic development purposes authorized under Section 4B of the Act, including, but not limited to, the development, promotion, creation, retention or expansion of business
  • enterprises that create or retain primary jobs, and suitable infrastructure necessary to promote or develop business enterprises. 3. The one-half cent sales tax shall be levied and collected from July 1, 2005 and shall terminate on June 30, 2025. 4. One-half cent sales tax collected from July 1, 1999 until June 30, 2005 shall continue to be used for the following purposes authorized in the election held on January 16, 1999: (a) Lake Nasworthy Dredging Project and related improvements. (b) Coliseum and Fairgrounds Projects, including but not limited to replacement of air conditioning plant in the coliseum, construction of an indoor arena, and other facility improvements. (c) The promotion and/or development of new or expanding business enterprises which create or retain jobs including the provision of infrastructure to support such enterprises Section 2. THAT, the terms and provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable in that if any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Ordinance. Section 3. THAT, this Ordinance shall be effective on, from and after the date of adoption. INTRODUCED on the ______ day of _______________, 2013, and finally PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the _____ day of _______________2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk
  • Approved as to content: Approved as to form: Robert Schneeman Interim Economic Development Director Lysia Bowling City Attorney
  • City of San Angelo Memo Meeting Date: November 19, 2013 To: City Council Members From: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Subject: Amendments to projections of collector streets in south-central San Angelo, more specifically the area described below: Location: An area bounded by Jackson Street to the north, Knickerbocker Road to the west, South Bryant boulevard to the east, and Loop 306 to the south in south-central San Angelo. Purpose: Approval of this amendment would re-route proposed segments of thoroughfare streets in this ares. Contacts: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner Caption: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THOROUGHFARE PLAN COMPONENT OF SAN ANGELO COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ADOPTED IN 2009, REROUTING SEGMENTS OF COLLECTOR STREETS IN AN AREA BOUNDED BY SOUTH JACKSON STREET TO THE NORTH, KNICKERBOCKER ROAD TO THE WEST, SOUTH BRYANT BOULEVARD TO THE EAST, AND LOOP 306 TO THE SOUTH IN SOUTH-CENTRAL SAN ANGELO. 657-4210 Summary: The City Council may: (1) approve proposed amendment to the planned future projection, as recommended by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Policy Board, the Planning Commission, and presented by City staff on an attached map;
  • (2) remand the matter recommendations; or back to the Planning Commission with (3) deny any and all proposed amendments to this collector street. Recommendation: City Staff recommends approving the proposed thoroughfare plan amendments as shown on the attached maps. Planning Commission recommended approval of this request 7-0 at the September 16, 2013 Meeting. The MPO board recommended approval of this request 9-0 at the November 7, 2013 meeting. Background and Analysis: The San Angelo Comprehensive Plan, adopted in 2003 and updated in 2009, includes a Thoroughfare Plan component that designates existing major streets as freeways, arterial or collector streets. This Thoroughfare Plan also shows the planned future path of new freeways, arterial and collector streets in areas of future development around the urban fringe of San Angelo. When amended, staff customarily proposes amendments based upon their study and understanding of the area. The proposal is vetted through the Planning Commission and the MPO (Metropolitan Planning Organization) before finalizing the matter via the City Council. Mr. Chris Cornell, (a representative of the Arroyo Vista Joint Venture, a property owner in this area) approached Development Services Staff about developing a piece of property south of Jackson Street and north of Cox Lane. In some discussions of the area, a projection of roadway (Foster Street) linking Cox Lane to South Jackson Street was discussed. The cost of development of a bridge and general flooding of the area on South Jackson Street lead Mr. Cornell to ask staff if a better route for this future collector street could be considered. Staff received a written request (letter attached to this report) to amend the Thoroughfare Plan in reference to this particular street projection. At the August MPO meeting, some general direction was given to staff to reroute this collector street around a segment of the flood plain and utilize Adobe Drive as the connection of Cox Lane to Jackson Street. It is important to plan a loose framework of streets prior to the development of this area, so that the streets are dedicated and extended according to the Subdivision Ordinance stipulations as property is further divided into smaller parcels. As such, staff took a look at the general region of the community and the traffic rates, flows and anticipated development patterns to arrive at this proposed amendment. Linkages to Knickerbocker Road are not currently the most efficient at this time; one needs to utilize Cox Lane and use Sunset Drive to accomplish this task. The current proposal does reroute traffic around the flooded area (for the most part) on South Jackson Street, but at the same time another linkage to the area aside from Sunset Drive also needs to be considered.
  • At one time Parkview Drive was proposed to run past the fire station and across the railroad and conceivably could have provided this linkage. In 2004, right-of-way adjacent to the fire station, and through properties east of the railroad to YMCA Drive was abandoned. This property was unimproved, but dedicated as right-of-way; given that there is an existing street just four blocks south (Sunset Drive) accomplishing this same task, the right-of-way for Parkview Drive in the area abandoned was not deemed necessary. Parkview Drive between Foster Road and YMCA drive is improved to collector street status, but is not designated as such on the Thoroughfare Plan. Given no improvements are necessary, this is more of an update of an existing facility (this is indicated as a dashed line on the map, but in reality is already FULLY constructed); it is important to note that the current Thoroughfare Plan includes this collector extending eastward into property currently outside of the city limits. This roadway is necessary as a collector street to accommodate future development in this area and circulate the traffic to major arterials (Knickerbocker & Bryant) in the area through a network of other collector streets. By projecting a collector street south of the Red Arroyo connecting to Knickerbocker Road, a bridge over the Arroyo can be avoided and another, more efficient exit can be addressed. As the region develops, more and more traffic will be pushed to Sunset Drive as the ONLY connection to Knickerbocker Road and the western portions of the community for this area. Given the tendency of South Jackson Street to flood in the middle (thus rendering the connection between Knickerbocker & South Bryant broken) another point of access for this region is ideal. In the area, the projection of Dakota Drive has also been realigned ever so slightly to reflect current development patterns (currently the collector street projection encompasses an alleyway). This will make future planning of the undeveloped areas more practical; the minor realignment has been adjusted in accordance with residential lot depth requirements and will result in the street being placed in a logical location, not in an alleyway. The Another change on the proposal encompasses the intersection of the projection of Parkview Drive and an unnamed north-south running street (in the middle of the unannexed area). The amendment proposal makes this into a "T" intersection instead of 2 "S" curves feeding into one another. From a traffic and access management standpoint, navigating this future intersection could be somewhat problematic and extremely inefficient. The "T" type intersection is much more manageable and leads to a logical and efficient traffic management pattern for the area. Petro Drive and Dakota Drive have also been proposed to form a collector street linking Ben Ficklin Road to YMCA Drive. Existing Petro Drive is already improved to a collector street status and an east-west linkage from Knickerbocker to Bryant, outside the floodplain would now be possible. It should be noted this linkage is not a straight shot but is still much more efficient than the current configuration allows for. The north south linkage between Cox Lane and South Jackson Street is still present through Adobe Drive and has been located away from the floodplain. This new established linkage of Dakota and Petro Drives will remain available during times of high water and will also provide efficient traffic flow for the developing area.
  • Another small change is the inclusion of Foster Road at the southernmost boundary of the map (shown as red dashed line for illustration purposes, the roadway is in place currently improved as a collector) between Sunset Drive and Loop 306 continuing as a minor arterial. This section of Foster Road carries traffic at high volumes to Sunset Drive and vice versa. As this are develops, this segment of Foster Road needs to be designed and improved to handle the increased traffic flow that it will see as this area is eventually annexed and other areas develop further. The proposed amendments for this region accommodate future traffic demand and access that will aid in the orderly development of this segment of the community. These projections are more practical and feasible than the current plan has laid out and will result in better overall traffic flow. The amendments do not vary from the current plan in any major way, the general projections of roadways has remained consistent with the update done in 2009 to this document. Attachments: Current Thoroughfare Plan Map; Draft amendment to Thoroughfare Plan Map; Vision Plan Map of the area; and Letter from Mr. Cornell requesting amendment of the Thoroughfare Plan Map; Draft minutes from September 16, 2013 Planning Commission Meeting; and Draft minutes from the November 7, 2013 MPO meeting. Presentation: Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner
  • VII. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendment to Thoroughfare Plan component of San Angelo Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2009, specifically to reroute collector street projections in an area bounded by Jackson Street to the north, Knickerbocker Road to the west, South Bryant boulevard to the east, and Loop 306 to the south in south-central San Angelo. Jeff Hintz, Interim Senior Planner, came forward to present the amendment consistent with staff's recommendation of approval. This request involves rerouting several collector streets and cleaning up some segments that need minor alignment as a result of existing development in the area. Parkview, Petro and Dakota Drive and a 3 way intersection in the Cox Farm property are the noticeable linkages being updated on the plan. In this case a collector street is established that runs east-west from Knickerbocker Road to Ben Ficklin Road that will be a much more efficient route than traveling Cox Road to sunset Drive (which is what one must do now). Flash flooding was a factor in rerouting the street and was discussed with the Metropolitan Planning Organization Board Meeting in August. The segment of the street connecting Cox Lane and South Jackson Street, had been modified and now will utilize a segment of Adobe Drive and be outside the localized flooding for the most part. A section of Dakota Drive has been shifted up to align with Petro Drive and also been adjusted so an alleyway is no longer utilized in the future. Mr. Hintz mentions how the proposed amendment relates with the Vision Plan map and the land uses anticipated in the area. He mentioned that proposed changes will provide more linkage for roadways in the area and generally speaking create a much more efficient traffic flow. Chris Cornell, came forward to speak in favor of the amendment to the area and stated that the amended Thoroughfare Plan cleans up roadways and makes sense for development in the area. Motion to approve the request as presented was made by Mark Crisp and seconded by Bill Wynne and passed 7-0.
  • REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF THE SAN ANGELO METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Thursday, November 7, 2013 Concho Valley Multi-Modal Terminal, Conference Room 510 N. Chadbourne Street 1. Call to Order. Meeting called to order at 12:22 p.m. by Chairman, Mayor Dwain Morrison. Voting members present: Dwain Morrison, Mayor, City of San Angelo Karl Bednarz, City Engineer, City of San Angelo AJ Fawver, Interim Director of Development Services, City of San Angelo Phil Neighbors, President, Chamber of Commerce Steve Floyd, Commissioner, Tom Green County John DeWitt, Director of Transportation Planning and Development, TxDOT Luis Elguezabal, Airport Director, City of San Angelo Jeffrey Sutton, Executive Director, Concho Valley Council of Governments Tracy Cain, District Engineer, TxDOT Members not in attendance: Mike Brown, Judge, Tom Green County Daniel Valenzuela, City Manager, City of San Angelo Interested parties in attendance: Kristen Hereford, TxDOT Delma Childress, TxDOT Major Hofheins, CVTD Jude Richard, CVTD Crystal Selman, CVTD Tracy Ogle, CVTD MPO Staff in attendance: Doray Hill, Jr., Director Sarah Tackett, Transportation Planning & Project Coordinator 2. Pledge. 3. Public Comment. None. 4. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendment to Thoroughfare Plan component of San Angelo Comprehensive Plan adopted in 2009, rerouting segments of collector streets in an area bounded by South Jackson Street to the north, Knickerbocker Road to the west, South Bryant Boulevard to the east, and Loop 306 to the south in southcentral San Angelo. Mr. Kevin Boyd presented this item to the board. He explained the area included in the amendment; current vision plan map was also presented. Mr. Boyd explained the map to the board – detailing the current street types. Options were presented to the board as to what actions they could take on the item. This item was approved by planning commission on September 16, 2013. History and background were explained to the board. This amendment would hopefully lead to better connectivity in the area. The Vision Plan Map and aerials of the area were also presented.
  • San Angelo Metropolitan Planning Organization November 7, Regular Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 2 Motion to approve the amendment to the Thoroughfare Plan Component of the San Angelo Comprehensive Plan by Mr. Elguezabal, seconded by Mr. Floyd and carried unanimously. 5. Adjournment. Meeting was adjourned at 1:15p.m. ____________________________ Mayor, Dwain Morrison Chairman ____________________________ Doray Hill, Jr. Director, SA-MPO
  • ` City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 14, 2013 To: Mayor and Councilmembers From: Morgan Chegwidden, Budget Manager Subject: Agenda Item for November 19, 2013, Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Chegwidden, Budget Manager Caption: Regular Item First public hearing and introduction of an Ordinance amending the 2013-2014 Budget for encumbrances, restricted and dedicated moneys, incomplete projects, and grants which necessitate budget amendments Summary: This proposed amendment contains the following items (additional information attached): • Encumbrances, Grants, Incomplete Projects Citizen Contributions, Restricted • Health Department RLSS Additional Emergency Grant for Nursing Rent • Health Department Section 1115 Waiver Funds • Police Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant • Police State Justice Assistance Grant Program • Hotel Occupancy Tax Capital Improvement Projects • Fort Concho Heating & Cooling Improvements History: See attached Budget Amendment Request memorandums. Financial Impact: $19,567,092 Related Vision Item N/A (see attached detail on Exhibit A of the ordinance). (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends approval. Attachments: Ordinance including Exhibit A; Department request memos Presentation: N/A Publication: N/A Reviewed by Director: Tina Bunnell Items, and
  • AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO AMENDING THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2013, AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2014, FOR ENCUMBRANCES, RESTRICTED AND DEDICATED MONEYS, INCOMPLETE PROJECTS, AND GRANTS. WHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that new projects not included in the current budget should begin, and WHEREAS the City of San Angelo has determined that certain budgeted amounts should be amended due to project changes and unforeseen circumstances, and WHEREAS the resources necessary for these changes are available; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS THAT: The City’s budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 be amended by the amounts contained in Exhibit A. INTRODUCED on the 19th day of November, 2013, and APPROVED and ADOPTED on this the 3rd day of December, 2013. CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS __________________________________ Dwain Morrison, Mayor ATTEST: __________________________________ Alicia Ramirez, City Clerk Approved as to Content and Form: __________________________________ Tina Bunnell, Director of Finance
  • City of San Angelo  Proposed Budget Amendment  Exhibit A            Fund Number  Fund Name      101  General   103  Intergovernmental  106  TIRZ  201  State Office Building  203  Texas Bank Sports Complex  220  Airport  240  Stormwater  260  Water  270  Wastewater  305  Communications  310  Health Insurance  320  Property/Casualty  410  Civic Events  420  Fort Concho  501  Equipment Replacement  502  General Capital Projects  512  Waterline Supply Projects  520  Wastewater Capital Projects  531  Airport Capital  601  Designated Revenue            Totals                                                            Total Amendment 1,449,500 1,807,105 555,128 277,514 175,000 510,438 361,500 606,608 47,079 61,393 201,288 681,724 410,543 200,000 236,847 3,643,513 4,073,789 4,028,841 22,205 217,077 19,567,092
  • City of San Angelo Proposed Budget Amendment Amendment Additional Information Project/Need Source of Funding Expense Revenue Net Cost Encumbrances Multiple Funds – Fund Balance 10,215,061 Grants Multiple Funds – Fund Balance 2,401,128 2,594,534 (193,406) Citizen Contributions Designated Revenue Fund – Fund Balance 217,077 25,517 191,560 Restricted Items Multiple Funds – Fund Balance 2,486,111 0 2,486,111 Capital Projects Multiple Funds – Fund Balance 3,286,484 0 3,286,484 Budget Carryovers 0 10,215,061 Health Department Section 1115 Waiver Funds Grant Texas Department of Health and Human Services and The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid 137,500 137,500 0 Health Department RLSS Additional Emergency Grant for Nursing Rent Department of State Health Services RLSS/LPHS Grant 20,000 20,000 0 Police Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Department of Justice 2013 Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant 8,731 8,731 0 Police State Justice Assistance Grant Program State Justice Assistance Grant 18,000 18,000 0 Hotel Occupancy Tax capital projects Surplus Hotel Occupancy Tax receipts 677,000 275,000 402,000 Fort Concho Heating & Cooling Improvements Clements Foundation, Fort Concho Foundation 100,000 100,000 0 Totals 19,567,092 3,179,282 16,387,810
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: To: From: September 18, 2013 Mayor and Councilmembers Tina Bunnell, Finance Director Subject: Contact: Regular Agenda Item for 10-1-2013 Council Meeting Tina Bunnell, Finance Director Caption: Regular Item Consideration of accepting the City of San Angelo’s Fiscal Year 2012 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Single Audit as presented by the City’s external auditor. Summary: The CAFR is an audited report on the year-end financial statements that provides financial information on the City of San Angelo as well as an opinion by the external auditor on the financial statements as a whole. The Single Audit report is a required audit of an entity that receives greater than $500,000 in Federal funding awards in a fiscal year. The CAFR and Single Audit presented are for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012. History: Financial statement and single audits are required and completed on an annual basis and cover the City’s fiscal year beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Financial Impact: None Related Vision Item (if applicable): None Other Information/Recommendation: None Attachments: • September 30, 2012 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and Single Audit Report and CD sent in Council packets • CAFR Management Letter • CAFR Management’s Response Letter to Audit Presentation: Freddy Moore, Partner, Armstrong, Backus & Co., LLP and Gayla Thornton, Principal, Armstrong, Backus & Co., LLP Publication: None.
  • Reviewed by Service Area Director: Michael Dane, Assistant City Manager/CFO
  • The City of San Angelo, Texas 72 W College Ave. San Angelo, TX 76902 September 10, 2013 Armstrong, Backus & Co., LLP PO Box 71 San Angelo, TX 76902-0071 Dear Sir or Madam: For each recommendation included in the management letter for the year ending September 30, 2012, the following is our corrective action(s) taken. Inventory Security During our physical observation of water/sewer inventory, we noted that a number of employees have access to the inventory yard and warehouse 24-hours a day and that there is no formal procedure to ensure items are secure. There are few security measures in place to prevent anyone from misappropriating inventory items. We recommend that gates to the property remain locked after business hours. We also recommend that employees have limited access to inventory after hours and that this access be monitored through security equipment or inventory logs (reconcile to periodic inventory counts). Implementation Plan of Action(s): There is a security gate at the entrance to the property that locks and remains locked after hours. The only way to access the yard through this gate after hours is with an electric keycard. Access to the gate after hours is also limited to supervisors and employees that are assigned to an on-call team. Also, each time an employee accesses the gate, their name and the time they entered is recorded into an internal database. Inventory is reconciled twice a year, in April and October. A Warehouse Supervisor also performs daily walkthroughs of the property to monitor inventory. Approvals and Authorizations of Cash Disbursements During our review of cash disbursements, we noted three instances where purchases over $500 were made, and no purchase order was provided as supporting documentation for these items. We recommend that a purchase order be approved before any purchases are made. We also noted four invoices that showed no visible
  • sign of authorization to pay. We recommend that all invoices be signed by a supervisor showing authorization. Without these consistent controls in place, purchases may be made without preauthorization or approval. Implementation Plan of Action(s): As of August 1, 2013, the newly hired Chief Accountant is reviewing and approving any non-purchase order payment requests. This new process should identify any potential purchases over $500 that are attempting to be made without a purchase order. Manual Journal Entries We noted that controls surrounding journal entry preparation and entry have inherent internal control weaknesses. In order to strengthen the internal control over journal entries, we recommend ensuring that each manual journal entry be reviewed by someone other than the preparer prior to its entry into the accounting system. Implementation Plan of Action(s): As of August 1, 2013, the newly hired Chief Accountant is reviewing and approving all journal entries prior to posting. Fair Market Value of Investments Investments are not being adjusted to reflect fair market values. We recommend that unrealized gains/losses be recorded at least annually to properly report the value of the City’s investment portfolio. Implementation Plan of Action(s): During the respective fiscal year, the City had turnover in the Cash/Debt Analyst position and the new Cash/Debt Analyst is being trained to take on this responsibility. The City shall begin to adjust investments to reflect fair market value at least annually.   Signed: _________________________________ Tina M. Bunnell, CPA Director of Finance ________________________________ Date
  • Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fisc, l Year Ended September 30, 2012 a
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2012 Prepared by: Finance Department Michael Dane, Assistant City Manager I CFO
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTORY SECTION: Letter of Transmittal 2-4 Organizational Chart 5 List of Principal Officials 6 FINANCIAL SECTION: INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 9-10 MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS 12-20 BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: Statement of Net Assets 23 Statement of Activities 24 Balance Sheet - Governmental Funds 25-26 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Governmental Funds 27-28 Statement of Net Assets - Proprietary Funds 29 Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes In Fund Net Assets - Proprietary Funds 30 Statement of Cash Flows - Proprietary Funds Statement of Net Assets - Fiduciary Funds Notes to the Basic Financial Statements 31-32 33 34-73
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Budgetary Comparison Schedule - General Fund 75-76 Budgetary Comparison Schedule - (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Major Special Revenue Fund - Development Corporation 77 Notes to the Budgetary Comparison Schedules 78 Schedule of Funding Progress 79 OTHER SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: GENERAL FUND COMBINING SCHEDULES: General Fund Descriptions 82 Combining Balance Sheet - General Fund Accounts 83 Combining Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - General Fund Accounts 84 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) General Fund Accounts 85-87
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS COMBINING SCHEDULES: Nonmajor Governmental Fund Descriptions 88 Combining Balance Sheet - Nonmajor Governmental Funds 89 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Nonmajor Governmental Funds 90 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) Nonmajor Governmental Funds 91-93 MAJOR GOVERNMENTAL CAPITAL PROJECT FUND: Major Governmental Capital Project Fund Description 94 Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) Major Governmental Capital Project Fund 95 NONMAJOR ENTERPRISE FUND COMBINING SCHEDULES: Nonmajor Enterprise Fund Description 96 Combining Statement of Net Assets - Nonmajor Enterprise Funds 97 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets - Nonmajor Enterprise Funds 98 Combining Statement of Cash Flows - Nonmajor Enterprise Funds 99
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS COMBINING SCHEDULE: Internal Service Fund Descriptions 100 Combining Statement of Net Assets - Internal Service Funds 101 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets - Internal Service Funds 102 Combining Statement of Cash Flows - Internal Service Funds 103 AGENCY FUNDS: Agency Fund Description 104 Statement of Changes in Assets and Liabilities - CJC Agency Fund 105 DISCRETELY PRESENTED COMPONENT UNITS COMBINING SCHEDULE: Discretely Presented Component Units Descriptions 106 Combining Balance Sheet - Discretely Presented Component Units 107 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Discretely Presented Component Units 108
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS Table Page STATISTICAL SECTION: 110-111 Statistical Section Narrative and Table of Contents Financial Trends: Net Assets by Component - Last Ten Fiscal Years 1 ll2 Changes in Net Assets - Last Ten Fiscal Years 2 113-114 Fund Balances, Governmental Funds - Last Ten Fiscal Years 3 115 Changes in Fund Balances, Governmental Funds - Last Ten Fiscal Years 4 116 Assessed Value and Actual Value of Taxable Property - Last Ten Fiscal Years 5 ll7 Direct and Overlapping Property Tax Rates - Last Ten Fiscal Years 6 ll8 Principal Property Taxpayers - Current Year and Nine Years Ago 7 ll9 Property Tax Levies and Collections - Last Ten Fiscal Years 8 120 Direct and Overlapping Sales Tax Rates - Last Ten Fiscal Years 9 121 Sales Tax Revenue by Industry - Current Year and Five Years Ago 10 122 Ratios of Outstanding Debt by Type - Last Ten Fiscal Years 11 123 Ratios of General Bonded Debt Outstanding - Last Ten Fiscal Years 12 124 Direct and Overlapping Governmental Activities Debt 13 125 Revenue Capacity: Debt Capacity:
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report For the Fiscal Year Ended September 30,2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS 14 126 Demographic and Economic Statistics - Last Ten Calendar Years 15 127 Principal Employers - Current Year and Five Years Ago 16 128 Full-Time Equivalent City Government Employees by Function - Last Ten Fiscal Years 17 129 Operating Indicators by Function/Program - Last Ten Fiscal Years 18 130 Capital Asset Statistics by Function/ Program - Last Ten Fiscal Years 19 131 Pledged Revenue Coverage - Last Ten Fiscal Years Demographic and Economic Information: Operating Information:
  • INTRODUCTORY SECTION
  • The City of San Angelo, Texas P.o. Box 1751 • Zip 76902 April 19,2013 The Honorable Mayor and City Council We are submitting this comprehensive annual financial report of the City of San Angelo for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012. Management is fully responsible for the completeness and reliability of all the information included in this report. As a basis for making these representations, management of the City has established an internal control framework designed both to protect the City's assets from loss, theft, or misuse and to compile sufficient reliable information for the preparation of the City's financial statements in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAP). Because the benefits of internal control should be more than their cost, the City's internal control framework has been designed to provide reasonable rather than absolute assurance that the financial statements will not contain material misstatements. In our capacity as management, we assert that, to the best of our knowledge and belief, this financial report is complete and reliable in all material respects. The Texas Local Government Code Chapter 103 and the City Charter section 34 requires an annual audit of the City's financial statements. The City Council selected Armstrong Backus & Co., a firm of licensed certified public accountants to audit this year's financial statements. The goal of an independent audit is to provide reasonable assurance that the financial statements of the City for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012, are free of material misstatement. The audit involved examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements; assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, and evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. The independent auditor concluded, based on the audit, that there was a reasonable basis for rendering an unqualified opinion that the City's financial statements for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012, are fairly stated in conformity with GAAP. The independent auditor's report is presented as the first component of the financial section of this report. The independent audit of the City'S financial statements was part of a broader, federally mandated "Single Audit" designed to meet the special needs of federal grantor agencies. The standards governing Single Audit engagements require the independent auditor to report not only on the fair presentation of the financial statements, but also on the audited government's internal controls and compliance with legal requirements, with special emphasis on internal controls and legal requirements involving the administration of federal awards. These reports are presented under separate cover. 2
  • GAAP requires that management provide a narrative introduction, overview, and analysis to accompany the basic financial statements in the form of Management's Discussion and Analysis (MD&A). This transmittal letter is designed to complement MD&A and should be read in conjunction with it. The City'S MD&A is in the financial section immediately following the independent auditor's report. PROFILE OF THE CITY The City of Sari Angelo is located 210 miles west northwest of Austin, Texas in Tom Green County. The City is empowered to levy property taxes on all real and personal property within its boundaries. The City operates under the council-manager form of government. Policy making and legislative authority reside in a council comprised of a Mayor and six council members. The City Council is responsible for, among other things, passing ordinances, adopting a budget, selecting a city manager and municipal court judges, and appointing citizens to City boards and commissions. Council members are selected on a non-partisan basis and serve two-year, staggered, terms. The six council members are selected by the voters in single-member districts. The mayor is selected by city voters at large. The City Manager is responsible for implementation of the council adopted policies and ordinances, oversight of the operations of the City, and for appointment of City department heads. The City annually adopts an operating budget for the General, Special Revenue and Debt Service Funds. Budgets for the Proprietary Funds are adopted for internal management purposes. Budgetary control is maintained at the line item level by the encumbered, appropriated and expended balances within any fund; however, any revision that increases the total budgeted expenditures must be approved by the City Council after public hearings. City budgets are prepared on a modified accrual basis and accounting records are maintained on that basis throughout the fiscal year. Applicable accounting records are then adjusted to the full or modified accrual basis for year-end reporting purposes. FACTORS AFFECTING FINANCIAL CONDITION The financial statement information can be better understood when it is considered from the broad perspective of the specific environment within which the City operates. Local economy - West Texas cities tend to be widely dispersed. San Angelo is one of the largest cities in West Central Texas and serves as the center of commerce, government, medicine, and religion for an expansive area. San Angelo is served by three U. S. highways and one State highway. The San Angelo Regional Airport (Mathis Field) also provides flights that link up with national and international airlines. San Angelo continues to have a well diversified economic base with major sectors that include manufacturing, medical care, education, trade, business services and military. San Angelo is a regional service center for business and agriculture over a fourteen county area. The Ethicon division of Johnson and Johnson, Hirschfeld Steel, San Angelo Community Medical Center, Shannon Medical Center, Goodfellow Air Force Base, and many other local businesses provide the economic potential of San Angelo. 3
  • There are three institutions of higher education in San Angelo. Angelo State University offers baccalaureate programs in numerous arts, science, business, education, and medical fields. Graduate degrees are offered in seven fields of science, education, arts, and business. Howard Junior College has an extension campus in San Angelo, which concentrates predominately in the technical and occupational fields of study. American Commercial College is a private college serving career education through associated programs. Long-term financial planning - The City of San Angelo adopted a resolution to reduce the property tax rate by $.01 per year for ten years. The Council believes this resolution to be in the public interest since the property tax is an ever-increasing burden on the citizens. The City of San Angelo has adopted a capital improvement program. The capital improvement program (C.I.P.) will serve as a multi-year plan for the acquisition, expansion, or renovation of infrastructure and capital assets. The City of San Angelo has issued $120 million in bonds for the development of an aquifer and for the construction of a pipeline to the City. The sixty mile project will help insure the City can provide adequate water service in future years. Implementation of this project began in 2011 and was approximately 21% complete as of September 30, 2012. The City of San Angelo has formally adopted a Fund Balance Policy. The General Fund, Water Operating Fund and Wastewater Operating Fund have a targeted seventy-five day fund balance of the following year's original budget expenditures. The fund balance for Capital, Capital Projects, Special Revenue and Grant Funds are targeted at zero. Other funds with expenditures of less than $3 million in the ensuing year are targeted at zero while other funds with expenditures of more than $3 million are target at seventy-five days of the foHowing year's expenditures. AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Govenmlent Finance Officers Association (GFOA) awards a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for a Comprehensive Annual Financial RepOlt (CAFR) that is easily readable and efficiently organized. To be awarded the Certificate of Achievement, a CAFR must satisfy both GAAP and applicable legal requirements. The City received the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for its CAFR for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2007. A Certificate of Achievement is valid for a period of one year only. We believe that the City's cun·ent CAFR meets the Certificate of Achievement Program's requirements and we are submitting it to GFOA to detelmine its eligibility for the certificate. The preparation of this report would not have been possible without the dedicated effOlts of the staff of the Finance department. I express my appreciation to all of the staff members who assisted and contributed to the preparation of this report. n 1u/.~1rJ-. Respectfully sUbmitte Michael T. Dane, C.P.A., C.G.F.O. Interim City Manager 4
  • City of San Angelo Organizational Chart Finance Director Community Services Parks and Recreation U1 Parks Admin Recreation Golf Course Nutrition Civic Events Lake Entrance Cemetery State Office Building Fort Concho Texas Bank Sports Complex Health Services Environmental Health Animal Services Nursing Public Health Emergency Preparedness Fire Department Construction & Facilities Maintenance Construction Management Airport Public Information Community & Economic Development Community & Economic De. Planning GIS Permits & Inspections Engineering Storm water Admin Fire Prevention Neighborhood & Family Services
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS List of Principal Officials September 30, 2012 City Council Alvin New Paul Alexander Kendall Hirshfeld Dwain Morrison Fredd B. Adams II Johnny Silvas Charlotte Farmer Mayor Council Council Council Council Council Council member member member member member member City Staff Michael Dane Interim City Manager Director of Finance Rick Weise Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Grindstaff Assistant City Manager David Knapp Construction Manager Allen Gilbert Municipal Court Judge Tim Vasquez Police Chief Brian Dunn Fire Chief Shawn Lewis Director of Community & Economic Development Carl White Director of Parks and Civic Events Anthony Wilson Pu blic Information Officer Luis Elguezabal Airport Director Robert Salas Director of Neighborhood & Family Services Ricky Dickson Director of Operations Will Wilde Director of Water Utilities Lisa Marley Director of Human Resources & Risk Management Alicia Ramirez City Clerk Lysia Bowling City Attorney 6
  • FINANCIAL SECTION
  • Independent Auditors' Report
  • Management's Discussion and Analysis
  • City of San Angelo, Texas Management's Discussion and Analysis In this section of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, we, the managers of the City of San Angelo, discuss and analyze the City's financial performance for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2012. Please read it in conjunction with our transmittal letter on pages 2-4, the independent auditors' report immediately preceding this analysis and the City's Basic Financial Statements. USING THIS ANNUAL REPORT This annual report consists of a series of financial statements. The government-wide financial statements include the Statement of Net Assets and the Statement of Activities (pages 23 and 24). These provide information about the activities of the City as a whole and present a longer-term view of the City's property and debt obligations and other financial matters. They reflect the flow of total economic resources in a manner similar to the financial reports of a business enterprise. Fund financial statements (pages 25 through 32) report the City's operations in more detail than the government-wide statements by providing information about the City's most significant funds. For governmental activities, these statements tell how services were financed in the short term as well as what resources remain for future spending. They reflect the flow of current financial resources and supply the basis for tax levies and the appropriations budget. For proprietary activities, fund financial statements tell how goods or services of the City were sold to departments within the City or to external customers and how the sales revenues covered the expenses of the goods or services. The remaining statements, fiduciary statements, provide financial information about activities for which the City acts solely as a trustee or agent for the benefit of those outside of the City. The notes to the financial statements (pages 34 through 73) provide narrative explanations or additional data needed for full disclosure in the government-wide statements or the fund financial statements. The combining and individual statements for nonmajor funds contain even more information about the City's individual funds. REPORTING THE CITY AS A WHOLE The Statement of Net Assets and the Statement of Activities The analysis of the City's overall financial condition and operations begins with the Statement of Net Assets on page 23. Its primary purpose is to show whether the City is better or worse off as a result of the year's activities. The Statement of Net Assets includes all the City's assets and liabilities at the end of the year while the Statement of Activities includes all the revenues and expenses generated by the City's operations during the year. These apply the accrual basis of accounting which is the basis used by private sector companies. All of the current year's revenues and expenses are taken into account regardless of when cash is received or paid. The City's revenues are divided into those provided by outside parties who share the costs of some programs, such as water and sewer and grants provided by the State and Federal government to assist with health and housing issues (program revenues), and revenues provided by the taxpayers in the form of sales and property taxes (general revenues). All the City's assets are reported whether they serve the current year or future years. Liabilities are considered regardless of whether they must be paid in the current or future years. These two statements report the City's net assets and changes in them. The City's net assets (the difference between assets and liabilities) provide one measure of the City's financial health or financial position. Over time, increases or decreases in the City's net assets are one indicator of whether its financial health is improving or deteriorating. To fully assess the overall health of the City, however, you should consider nonfinancial factors as well, such as changes in the City's population or its property tax base and the 12
  • condition of the City's facilities. In the Statement of Net Assets and the Statement of Activities, we divide the City into two kinds of activities: o Governmental activities-Most of the City's basic services are reported here, including public safety, public works, health and human services, parks, recreation and economic development. Property taxes, sales taxes, franchise taxes and state and federal grants finance most of these activities. o Business-type activities-The City charges a fee to "customers" to help it cover all or most of the cost of services it provides in these programs. REPORTING THE CITY'S MOST SIGNIFICANT FUNDS Fund Financial Statements The fund financial statements begin on page 25 and provide detailed information about the most significant funds. Laws and contracts require the City to establish some funds, such as grants and debt service. The City's administration establishes many other funds to help it control and manage money for particular purposes (like capital projects). The City's two kinds of funds, governmental and proprietary, use different accounting approaches . . o Governmental funds - Most of the City's basic services are reported in governmental funds. These use modified accrual accounting (a method that measures the receipt and disbursement of cash and all other financial assets that can be readily converted to cash) and report balances that are available for future spending. The governmental fund statements provide a detailed short-term view of the City's general operations and the basic services it provides. We describe the differences between governmental activities (reported in the Statement of Net Assets and the Statement of Activities) and governmental funds in reconciliation schedules following each of the fund financial statements. o Proprietary funds - The City reports the activities for which it charges users in proprietary funds using the same accounting methods employed in the Statement of Net Assets and the Statement of Activities. In fact, the City's enterprise funds are the business-type activities reported in the government-wide statements but containing more detail and additional information, such as cash flows. The internal service funds (the other category of proprietary funds) report activities that provide services to other City programs. THE CITY AS TRUSTEE Reporting the City's Fiduciary Responsibilities The City is the trustee, or fiduciary, for assets held and managed for others. The City's fiduciary activity is reported in a separate Statement of Changes in Assets and Liabilities. We exclude these resources from the City's other financial statements because the City cannot use these assets to finance its operations. The City is only responsible for ensuring that the assets reported in this fund are used for their intended purposes. 13
  • GOVERNMENT-WIDE FINANCIAL ANALYSIS Governmental Activities The City's governmental activities increased $2,903,070. This is primarily the result of an increase in sales tax revenue due to a strengthening in the local economy. Property taxes increased $200,125 during the year. This is due to an increase in the levy as the rate dropped. Business-Type Activities In 2012, total net assets of our business-type activity increased by $7,217,512. This is the result of the large construction projects in the water and wastewater systems. Table I - Net Assets Governmental Activities 2012 Current and other assets Capital assets Total assets Current liabilities Long-term liabilities Total liabilities Net assets: Invested in capital assets net of related debt Restricted Unrestricted Total net assets $ 61,725,979 Business-type Activities 2011 $ 81,650,821 71,621,425 2012 175,974,662 $ 69,254,129 Total 2012 2011 $ 200,166,990 153,342,175 183,345,966 $ $ 143,376,800 140,875,554 359,320,628 353,509,165 10,341,062 10,080,068 24,752,384 14,632,661 $ $ 72,036,987 72,699,807 169,729,835 181,029,899 82,378,049 82,779,875 194,482,219 27,779,895 33,286,143 111,718,102 133,918,235 $ 24,796,775 57,337,080 9,934,203 $ 11,860,302 12,762 (4,216,773) 13,994,167 $ $ 60,998,750 $ 58,095,680 164,838,409 $ 14 $ 157,846,605 271,788,415 $ 264,996,787 $ 502,697,428 35,093,446 $ 222,596,304 494,384,719 24,712,729 241,766,822 $ 253,729,706 276,860,268 195,662,560 21,358,553 $ 2011 237,700,641 278,442,435 139,497,997 $ 78,695,633 $ 167,204,378 7,643,529 $ 225,837,159 $ 34,730,978 14,006,929 215,942,285
  • Table U - Changea in Net Aaseta Governmental Activities 2012 Business-type Activities 2011 2012 Total 2011 2012 2011 REVENUES Program Revenues: Charges for services Operating grants and contributions Capital grants and contributions General Revenues: Property Ta"(es - General Levy Property Taxes - Debt Service Levy Payment in Lieu of Taxes Sales Ta"(es Franchise Taxes Motel Taxes Mixed Drink Ta"(es Bingo Ta"(es PenaJty, Interest and Fees on Delinquent Taxes Investment Income Miscellaneous Gain on Sale of Capital Assets Total revenues $ 11,689,983 3,681,990 317 ,708 $ 10,735,891 3,381,480 291,778 25,351,444 3,314,735 9,165 22,633, 111 3,885,969 2 ,237,409 210 ,199 41,804 342,355 589,133 239,334 (154, 962 1 69.890,056 10,863,197 36,379,803 8,123,640 2,468,554 3,288,315 5,999,809 3,463,923 2,163,356 1,878,828 43,336,050 1,658 1,117,448 $ 40 ,932 ,741 350 1,715,694 $ 25,234 ,420 3,231,634 49,089 20,200,646 3,841,056 1,619,151 246,653 42,398 223,844 264,080 677,892 694,080 75,233,413 $ 10,965,464 33,867,601 7,863,396 2,261,854 4,112,967 4,534,751 4,193,681 3,084,266 1,371,616 55,026,033 3,683,648 1,435,156 $ 51,668,632 3,381 ,830 2,007,472 25,351,444 3,314,735 9,165 22,633 ,111 3,885,969 2,237 ,409 210,199 41 ,804 129 ,755 50,245 44,688.403 14,074 42,792,614 223,844 447,082 677,892 744,325 119,921,816 342,355 718,888 239,334 (140,8881 112,682,670 10,863 ,197 36,379,803 8,123,640 2,468,554 3,288,315 5,999 ,809 3 ,463,923 2,163,356 1,878,828 183,002 25,234,420 3,231 ,634 49,089 20,200 ,646 3,841,056 1,6 19,151 246,653 42,398 10,965,464 33,867 ,601 7,863,396 2,261,854 4,112,967 4,534,751 4,193,681 3,084,266 1,371,616 EXPENSES Governmental Activities: General Government Public Safety Public Works and Transportation Pu blic Facilities Health and Human Services Culture, parks and Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment and Housing Interest and Fiscal Charges Business-Type Activities Wate r Sewer Transit Airport State Office Building Total expenses Excess or Deficiency before Transfers & Special Items Special Item - SaJe of rad io frequency Transfers Change in net assets Net asse ts -Beginning Restatement of Beginning Net Assets Net assets-Ending 18,985,682 10,742,627 15,680,907 9,732,614 18 ,985,682 10,742,627 15,680 ,907 9,732,614 3,665,909 1,671,974 30,751,404 4,171,162 1,272,338 109,801,234 3,665,909 1,671,974 103,007,000 12,041,210 10,120,582 9 ,675 ,670 74,629,425 603,988 (2,365,540) 9,516,594 2,299,082 2,903,070 58,095,680 $ 72,255,596 4, 171 ,162 1,272.338 35 ,171,809 7,389,201 5,023,661 47,603,540 5,468,479 58,095,680 60,998 ,750 $ 15 $ [2,299,0821 7,217,512 157,846,605 [225, 708 1 164,838,409 S [7,389,201) 4,652,009 153,724,178 [529,5821 157,846,605 S 10,120,582 215,942,285 [225,7081 225,837,159 S 9,675 ,670 201,327,7 18 4,938,897 215,942,285
  • Expenses and Program Revenues - Governmental Activities "' ........................ ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1 [] 40,000,000 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 o Expenses • Revenues General PLtllicSarety Govenvnenl Pub. Wks.& T'alSJXlfalon PLtllic Facalies Hea'lh& HLITlan SetVices Cull..e, Palks &Rec. Ecoromlc Oevebp. Urim Redevebpment & H:luslrg Int & fiscal ctvgs Revenues by Source - Governmental Activities Other 4% Property Taxes 33% Fines & Forfeitures 3% Changes for Servioes_9% Grants 4% Taxes 26% 16
  • Expenses & Program Revenues - Business-type Activities 30,000,000 o Expenses 25,000,000 Revenues 20,000,000 15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 0 Water Airport Sewer State Office Revenues by Source - Business-type Activities Capital Grants & Contributions 3% Operating Grants & Contributions 0% Charges for Services 97% 17
  • FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE CITY'S FUNDS As previously discussed, the City of San Angelo uses fund accounting to ensure compliance with finance related legal requirements. Governmental funds The focus of the City of San Angelo's governmental funds is to provide information on inflows, outflows and balances of spendable resources. This information is useful in assessing the City of San Angelo's financing requirements. In particular, unassigned fund balance may serve as a useful measure of a government's net resources available for spending at the end of the fiscal year. As the City completed the year, its governmental funds (as presented in the balance sheet on page 25) reported a combined fund balance of $48.6 million, a decrease of $10,842,620 from the prior year. This is primarily the result of a cash decrease in the Sales Tax Capital Projects Fund due to the completion of projects . Approximately 32% of this total amount ($15,552,359) is unassigned and rests in the general fund. The majority of the remainder is assigned for various capital projects. The General fund is the chief operating fund of the City of San Angelo. The unassigned fund balance represents 26% of total general fund expenditures. The total fund balance in the general fund increased by $2,941,859 during the current fiscal year. The debt service fund has a total fund balance of $701,355, all of which is reserved for the payment of debt service. The increase in fund balance during the current year was $199,866. Proprietary funds The City of San Angelo's proprietary funds provide the same type of information found in the governmentwide financial statements, but in more detail. Total net assets in the Water fund were $90,196,834, an increase of $7,471,554 after the restatement of FY2011. General Fund Budgetary Highlights Differences between the original and final amended budget for revenue was $715,595. This is relatively insignificant to the operation and amounts to less than 2% . The final amended expenditure budget increased $1,817,401. This is primarily the result of rebudgeting funds from the previous year for expenditures that were not made in the previous year. The major increase was in capital outlay. Total General Fund expenditures were $1,129,018 under the final amended budget. Most of this is for unfinished special or capital projects that will be rebudgeted in FY2013. CAPITAL ASSET AND DEBT ADMINISTRATION Capital Assets At the end of 2012, the City had $265 million (net of accumulated depreciation) invested in a broad range of capital assets, including land, buildings, improvements, equipment and infrastructure. 18
  • Major capital events during the year include the following: • • • • • • $3.9 $10. $34.2 $.9 $2.6 $1.9 million million million million million million in in in in in in improvements improvements improvements improvements improvements improvements to City Hall to City parks and recreational facilities to the water system at the airport to city streets to the wastewater system City of San Angelo, Texas Capital Assets (net of depreciation) Governmental Business-type Activities Activities 2012 Land Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery and Equipment Infrastructure Construction in Progress Total $4,178,850 21,571,871 19,531,195 6,241,981 386,009 29,740,915 $81,650,821 2011 $4,248,486 22,876,953 21,402,168 7,213,882 417,750 13,094,890 $69,254,129 2012 $7,756,971 11,869,794 2011 $7,756,971 13,070,782 7,979,690 12,485,551 14,862,195 8,305,423 95,169,806 47,498,923 $183,345,966 92,776,528 17,155,507 $153,342,175 Total 2012 2011 $11,935,821 $12,005,457 33,441,665 35,362,504 36,264,363 32,601,977 14,221,671 95,555,815 77,239,838 $264,996,787 15,519,305 93,194,278 30,250,397 $222,596,304 More detailed information about the City's capital assets is presented in Note IV.E. to the financial statements. Debt At year-end, the City had $218,425,000 in outstanding debt versus $231,660,000 last year. The City did not issue any new debt this year. City of San Angelo, Texas Outstanding Debt General Obligation and Revenue Bonds General Obligation Bonds Advalorem Tax CO's Sales Tax CO's Revenue Bonds Total Governmental Activities 2012 2011 555,428 1,085,608 17,170,000 18,825,000 33,725,000 35,035,000 $51,450,428 Business-type Activities 2012 2011 166,974,572 176,714,392 Total 2012 2011 167,530,000 177,800,000 17,170,000 18,825,000 33,725,000 35,035,000 $54,945,608 $166,974,572 $176,714,392 $218,425,000 $231,660,000 Other obligations include accrued sick leave and tentative arbitrage rebate to the U. S. Treasury. detailed information about the City's long-term liabilities is presented in Note IV.H. 19 More
  • ECONOMIC FACTORS AND NEXT YEAR'S BUDGETS • • • The unemployment rate for the City of San Angelo at the end of the fiscal year was 4 .9%. This compares favorably to the state rate of 6 .3%. The cost of living index compares favorably to the national average. The City of San Angelo has not increased the property tax rate in 14 years. All of these factors were considered in preparing the City of San Angelo's budget. CONTACTING THE CITY'S FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT This financial report is designed to provide our citizens, taxpayers, customers, investors and creditors with a general overview of the City's finances and to show the City's accountability for the money it receives . If you have questions about this report or need additional financial information, contact the City's finance office , at City of San Angelo, Texas, 108 N. Farr, San Angelo, Texas 76903. 20
  • Basic Financial Statements
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, T~XAS Statement of Net Assets September 30, 2012 Primruy Government Governmental Activities Component Units Business-type Activities Fo" Concho Museum Tala] Fainnount Cemetery ASSETS Current Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents $ Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Property Taxes Accounts-net Internal Balances Due from Other Governments 27,068,605 4,539 ,792 48,157,974 1,747,858 $ 18,967 $ 97,820 $ -0- 8,984 -0- 40,744 1,461,769 15,639,4 II 134,415 4,762,523 188,379 2,II5,083 148,528 67 ,812 , 137 3,435,390 129, 113,286 $ 75,818 ,424 8,552,309 190,375,814 $ 116,571 $ 55,255,894 $ 89,175,659 $ 408,640 $ 4,428 $ 1,216,555 1,625,195 $ 84 ,965 89,393 -0- 7,097 ,654 533,747) 314,336 4,448,187 188,379 1,058,059 142,835 Inventories Deferred Charges Restricted Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Total Current Assets 75,226,579 6,287,650 1,057,024 5,693 21,777 1,461,769 8,541,757 668,162 Notes $ -0- $ 8,006,287 5,116,919 61,262,528 $ $ 33,919,765 $ $ 47,731 ,056 81,650,821 27 -0- -0-0- -0- 51,409 -0-0- -0- -018,724 -0- -0- -0-0-0- -0- -0- -0- -060,393 Noncurrent Assets: tV UJ Capital Assets: Land and Construction in Progress Buildings, Improvements. Infrastructure, and Machinery & Equipment-net Net Capital Assets Water Rights $ -0- Deferred Charges Total Noncurrent Assets $ $ Total Assets LIABILITIES Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Interest Payable Due to Other Governments Unen.rned Revenue $ $ 3,880,968 290,076 35,506 481,476 66,754 42,778 5,543,504 10,341,062 64,470,543 7,566,444 82,378,049 $ 27,779,895 Deposits Arbitrage Rebate Payable Noncurrent Liabilities Due Within One Year Total Current Liabilities Noncurrent Liabilities Due After One Year Unfunded OPES Obligation Total Linbilities 463,451 82,114,272 143,376,800 $ $ $ $ I 128,090,072 183,345,966 36,950,835 6,798 220,303,599 349,416,885 2,403,656 390,425 $ $ $ $ $ 139,497,997 -0- $ $ 111,718,102 $ $ $ 127,816 943,907 10,982,837 14,848,641 168,545,991 1,183,844 184,578,476 -0- 6,284,624 680,501 35,506 609,292 1,010,661 42,778 16,526,34 I 25,189,703 233,016 ,534 8,750,288 266 ,956,525 $ -0- $ 175,821,128 264,996,787 36,950,835 470,249 302,417,871 492,793,685 $ -01,625,195 1,741,766 3,635 -02,365 -0-0- $ $ $ 89,393 149,786 206 ,779 -0-0- -0- 9, 100 17,448 -0-0- -0- $ -023,448 164,505 $ $ -0- $ 215,879 103,466 187,953 $ 319,345 -0- $ -0- -0- -0- NET ASSETS Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt Restricted For: Debt Service Asset Construction and Acquisition Passenger Facility Charges Contract Obligations Water Supply Development Economic Development Park Upkeep River and Lake Improvements Unrestricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets -0-0-0- -0-0- 4,216,773) -0-0-0- -0- -0-0- -0- 10,011,793 13,925 11,332,835 7,643,529 -0- 10,011,793 13,925 11 ,332,835 11,860,302 -0- -0 -0-0-0- 807,049 513,548 52,769,120 513.548 52,769,120 -0- -0- 9 ,612 3,237,751 9,612 3 ,237,751 807,049 -0- -0- -0- -0- 1,553,813 $ 60.998,750 $ 164 .838,409 $ 225,837 , 159 $ 1,553,813 ($ $ 143,376,800 $ 349,416,885 $ 492,793,685 $ 1,741,766 $ The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement_ 169,559) 169,559) 149,786
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Activities For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Net (Expense) Revenue and Changes in Net Assets Primary Government Component Units Program Revenues Operating Functions/ Programs Grants and Grants and Governmental Business-type SeIViccs Expenses Capital Charges for Contributions Contributions Activities Activities Fort Concho Museum Total Frurmount Cemetery PRIMARY GOVERNMENT Government Activities: General Government Public Safety $ Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Parks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Interest and Fiscal Charges Total Government Activities $ 10,863,196 36,379,803 8,123,640 2,468,554 3,288,315 5,999,809 3,463,923 2 , 163,356 1,878,828 74,629,424 $ 1,341,468 6,877,504 1,156,103 676,062 921,127 425,215 272,390 20,114 -0- $ $ -0- ($ -0-0- ( ( 317,708 ( 119,515 321,972 -03,092,299 142,192 -0- -0- 6,012 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ 11,689,983 $ 3 ,681,990 $ 317,708 ($ $ 27,30 1,830 13,435,701 1,437,400 1,161,119 43,336,050 55,026,033 $ 1,658 $ -0-0- $ -0- -0- 1,117,448 9,521,730) 29,382,784) 6,645,565) 1,474,784) 725,111 5,432 ,402) 3,191,533) 2,137,230) 1,878,828) 58,939,743) -0- ($ -0-0- $ ( -0- ( ( -0- -0-0- -0-0- $ -0- ($ $ 8,317,806 2,693,074 1,616,314) 111,219) 9,283,347 9,283 ,3 47 $ 9,521,730) 29,382,784) 6,645,565) 1,474,784) 725,111 5,432,402) 3,191,533) 2,137,230) 1,878,828) 58,939,743) Business-Type Activities: Water 10 ~ Sewer rurport State Office Building Total Business-Type Activities Total Primary Government $ $ $ 18,985,682 10,742,627 4,171,162 1,272,338 35,171,809 109 ,801,233 $ $ -0- $ $ -0-0-0- -0- 1,658 3,683,648 $ 2,482 42,138 44,620 $ $ 1,117,448 1,435,156 -0- $ ($ -0- 58,939,743) $ $ $ ($ 8,317,806 2,693,074 1,616,314) 111,219) 9,283,347 49,656,396) COMPONENT UNITS Fort Concho Museum Fainnount Cemetery Total Component Units $ $ 947,427 361,233 1,308,660 $ $ 504,136 268,023 772,159 $ $ $ -0-0-0- ($ 440,809) -0- ($ 440,809) $ ( ($ -0- 51,072) 51,072) General Revenue Taxes Property Taxes - General Levy Property Taxes - Debt Service Levy Payment in Lieu of Taxes Sales Taxes Franchise Taxes Motel Taxes MLxed Drink Taxes Bingo Taxes Penalty, Interest and Fees, & Delinquent Taxes Unrestricted Investment Earnings Contributions from Primary Government Miscellaneous Gain (Loss) on Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Total General Revenue and Tran s fers Change in Net Assets Net Assets - Beginning Restatement of Beginning Net Assets Net Assets - Ending $ 25,351,444 3,314,735 9,165 22,633,111 3,885,969 2,237,409 210,199 41,804 223,844 264,080 $ $ $ -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- 183,002 -0-0- $ 50,245 2,299,082) 2.065,835) 7,217,512 $ 157,846,605 225,708) 164 ,838, 409 1$ 58,095,680 -0- $ 60,998,750 $ -0- -0- 677,892 694,080 2,299,082 61,842.813 2,903,070 -0- The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement_ 25,351,444 3,314,735 9,165 22 ,633,111 3,885,969 2,237,409 210,199 41,804 223,844 447,082 $ $ ~ ~ ~ -0-0 - ~ ~ ~ ~ -0240 301,431 11,051 ~ 4~1 16,732 ~196 -0-0- -0- 215,942,285 225,708) 225,837,159 ~ -0-0- -0- 59.776,978 10,120,582 $ -0-0- 677,892 744,325 $ $ -0-0- $ ($ 312,722 128,087) ~ ~ $ ($ 1,681,900 145,376) -0- $ 1,553,813 26,889 24,183) -0($ 169,559)
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Balance Sheet - Governmental Funds September 30, 2012 Development Corporation Special Revenue General ~ CJ1 ASSETS Cash & Cash Equivalents $ Investments Receivables Accrued Interest Property Taxes Accounts Less: Allowance for Uncollectible ( Due from Other Funds Due from Other Governments Advances to Other Funds Deferred Charges Inventory Restricted Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Total Assets $ 8,980 ,679 2,158,566 $ 7,341,019 -0 - Capital Improvement Fund Sales Tax ~ita1 $ Project 3 ,958,779 963 ,775 1,097,301 272,039 -0-01,370,464 559,772 402,787 29,633 1,058,059 4 ,078 -04 ,220 ,000 -0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-018,971,754 -0-010,220 ,041 -0-09 , 146 ,632 $ $ $ 1,124 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 4,336 1,302,899 9,151,233 6 ,826,688) 1,373,862 2,820 ,849 -06,018 -0- -0-0828 ,771 -0-0- Other Governmental Funds $ 45 ,349 145,425 Total Governmental Funds $ 10,392 158,870 932,058 11,886) -0664,779 -010,088 -0- $ 8 ,006 ,287 5,116,919 15,078,281 21,423,127 3,539,805 19,930 1,461 ,769 15,132 ,062 6,838 ,574) 1,373,862 4,045,400 402,787 45,739 1,058,059 $ 8 ,006 ,287 5 , 116,919 54,787, 172 LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Due to Other Funds Due to Other Governments Deferred Revenue Unearned Revenue Deposits Arbitrage Rebate Payable Total Liabilities $ $ 2,016,536 -035,506 1,291,474 10,825 65,054 -0- $ 3,419,395 $ 208,248 -0-0- $ $ -0-0- -0-0-0-0208,248 783 ,719 -0-0- $ -042 ,778 826 ,497 $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ $ 392 ,629 705,335 -0133,367 470 ,651 1,700 -01,703 ,682 $ $ 3,401,132 705,335 35,506 1,424,841 481,476 66,7 54 42,778 6 , 157,822 FUND BALANCES Nonspendable Restricted Committed Assigned Unassigned Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities & Fund Balances $ -0-0-0-015,552,359 $ 1,460 ,846 8,550,947 -0-0-0- $ -0-0 -08 ,320,135 -0- $ -0-0-01,370,464 -0- $ $ 15,552 ,359 18,971 ,754 $ 10,011,793 10,220,041 $ 8 ,320, 135 9 , 146,632 $ 1,370,464 1,370,464 $ $ $ $ $ ( -012,580,265 195,409 701 ,355 102 ,430) 1,460 ,846 21,131,212 195,409 10,391 ,954 15,449,929 $ $ 13,374,599 15,078,281 $ $ 48,629,350 54,787,172 The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement.
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Balance Sheet - Governmental Funds September 30,2012 RECONCILIATION OF THE GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS BALANCE SHEETS TO THE STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS Total Fund Balance, Governmental Funds $ 48,629,350 Amounts reported for governmental activities in the Statement of Net Assets are different because: Capital assets used in governmental activities are not current fmancial resources and therefore are not reported in the funds, net of accumulated depreciation of $74,819,829 and less internal service fund net assets of $4,450, 180 77,200,641 Certain other long-term assets are not available to pay current fund liabilities, and therefore, are deferred in the funds : Other receivables, net of allowance Unamortized bond issuance costs IV (J' 1,276,583 531,535 Certain long-term liabilities are not due and payable from current fmancial resources and, therefore, are not reported in the funds Accrued interest payable Revenue bonds payable Notes payable Unamortized debt premium Accrued compensated absences Unfunded OPEB obligation Landfill postclosure costs Capital lease obligation 290,076) 53,412,804) 107,000) 62,802) 9,868,882) 7,218,560) 3,289,216) -0- Internal service funds are used by management to charge costs of certain activities that benefit multiple funds, such as self-insurance vehicle maintenance, and other such costs, to individual funds. The assets and liabilities of certain of these internal service funds are reported in governmental activities in the Statement of Net Assets: Internal service funds' net assets Net Assets of Governmental Activities The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement. 7,609,981 $ 60,998,750
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Capital Other Total Corporation Sales Tax Improvement Governmental Governmental Special Revenue Capital Project Fund Funds Funds Development General REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo $ 25,711,310 15,088,728 3,885,969 2,237,409 210,199 41,804 736,870 -0- $ $ -0- 7,544,383 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ -0- -0- 29,026,045 22,633,111 3,885,969 2,237,409 210,199 41,804 787,612 3,495,356 7,964,663 2,994,371 -0- -0- $ 3,314,735 $ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 14,676 53,971 20,349 94,247 247,146 1,364 -0- -0- -0- -0- Interest -0- 958,948 -0- 50,742 3,495,356 691,771 -0- 63,903 Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: -0- 6,313,944 2,994,371 Licenses & Permits -0- -0- $ -020,349 $ 376,631 69,669 16,570 8,109,721 $ 377,995 69,669 873,619 74,844,968 $ -0- $ -0- $ Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues tv --l $ 748,044 58,033,915 $ 8,518,007 $ -0109,005 162,976 $ -0- $ -0- -0- EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Public Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Healt h & Human Services Culture, Parks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures $ 9,870,672 33,660,490 7,441,967 572,268 1,269,727 4,420,252 -0- -0-0- $ 57,235,376 2,269,730 -0-0- -010,000 -0- -0- 3,276,248 -0- -0- -0- -0- 3,276,248 $ -0- 10,000 13 ,130,208 -0-0$ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ $ 13,140,208 $ 1,499,145 1,471,191) $ 5,241,759 ($ 12 ,977 ,232) ($ $ -0- $ 4,220,000 $ -059,505,106 ($ $ $ 1,499,145 -0-03,276,248 -0- $ -0-0- -0- $ -0- -0- -0- -0- 154,321 168,731 102 ,005 1,850,320 317,884 141 ,255 2,249,530 4,984,046 743,413 $ 9,870,672 33,814,811 7,610,698 674,273 3,120,047 4,748,136 3,417,503 2,249,530 65,505,670 17,642,496 $ 3 ,370,218 2,314,013 11,411,690 $ 3,370,218 2,314,013 88,832,397 1,478,796) ($ 3,301,969) ($ 13 ,987,429) -0- $ 3,312,097 $ 12 ,269,292 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Certificates of Obligation Issued Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Tota l Other Sources (Uscs) Net Change in Fund Balances $ $ 4,737 ,195 -0144,570 468,715) 4,413,050 2,941,859 Fund Balances - Beginning Fund Balances - Ending $ 12,610,500 15,552,359 Transfers In -0-0- ($ ($ $ -0-0-0- 9,421,149) 9,421,149) 4,179,390) 14 , 191,183 10,011,793 ($ 4,220,000 8,757,232) ($ -0-0-01,478,796) $ 17,077,367 8,320,135 $ 2,849,260 1,370,464 $ -0- -0- $ -0- ( $ $ 701,157 80,346) 3,932,908 630,939 ($ 845,727 9,970,210) 3,144,809 10,842,620) $ 12,743,660 13,374 ,599 $ 59,471,970 48,629,350 The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement. $
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 RECONCILIATION OF THE GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE TO THE STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Net Change in Fund Balances - Total Governmental Funds ($ 10,842,620) Amounts reported for Governmental Activities in the Statement of Net Activities arc different because: Governmental funds rcport capital outlays as expenditures while governmental activities report depreciation expense to allocate those expenditures over the life of the assets: 18,677,172 5,604,995) Capital asset purchases Depreciation expense Capital assets disposals Capital assets donated to business-type activities 164,876) 716 Governmental funds rcport bond issuance costs as expenditures and bond premiums as revenue while governmental activities report amortization IV (Xl and interest expense to allocate those expenditures over the term of the bonds: Amortization expense Interest expense 68,084) 103,477) Revenues in the Statement of Activities that do not provide current financial resources are not reported as revenues in the funds: Property tax revenue 359,866 Bond proceeds provide current financial resources to governmental funds, but issuing debt increases long-term liabilities in the Statement of Net Assets. Repayment of debt principal is an expenditure in the governmenal funds, but the repayment reduces long-term liabilities in the Statement of Net Assets: 3,439,528 Revenue bond principal payment Bond proceeds ·0· Some expenses reported in the statement of activities do not require the use of current financial resources and these are not reported as expenditures in governmental funds: Compensated absences change 6,911) 1,955,931) OPEB obligation change Landfill postclosure care cost change 196,720) Internal service fund activity is reported as a proprietary fund in the fund financial statements, but certain net revenues are reported in governmental activities on the Statement of net Assets: 630,598) Total change in net assets for internal service funds Change in Net Assets of Governmental Activities The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement. $ 2,903,070
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Net Assets - Proprietary Funds September 30, 2012 Business-type Activities - Ente.prise Funds Water Sewer Govemment..'ll Olller Enterprise Funds Airpon Activities Internal Tot.."1 Service Funds ASSETS Cu rrent Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables Accrued Interest Accounts Receivable Less: Allowance for Uncollectibles Due (rom Other Governments Ilwentones Deferred Charges Restricted Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Tomi Current Assets 42,738,672 5,377,842 -0- 41,460 48,157,974 5,645,478 929,803 723,423 84,246 10,386 1,747,858 999,987 10,6 11 7,828 460 68 18,967 1,847 6,165,792 2,411,788 113,495 28,360 8,719,435 353,121 420,804) -0- -0- 1,621,781) 104,852) 1,200,977) -0- -0- 314,336 -0- 314,336 -0- 1,005,375 51,649 -0- -0- 1,057,024 188,379 5,693 -0- -0- -0- 5,693 177,271 52,769,120 13,447,539 1,595,478 -0- 67,812,137 -0- -0- 3,346,949 88,441 -0- 3,435,390 -0- 2,196,456 80,274 129,647,033 7,261,231 102,424,089 24,946,214 Noncurrent Assets: Capital Assets: Land tv 0 Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings infrastructure Machinery & Equipment Construction in Progress Less: AccumulMed Depreciation Net Capital Assets Water Rights D eferred Charges ToL-u Noncurrent Assets Tot."Ii Assets 1,787,702 4,125,266 1,568,591 275,412 7,756,971 7,438,191 353,968 15,410,286 6,051,542 29,253,987 390,269 2,954,631 105,151 17,307,536 400,330 20,767,648 5,241,112 90,825,604 67,602,415 -0- 19,207,178 -0- 177,635,197 -0- 8,621,715 12,557,556 1,330,513 19,589 22,529,373 504,191 40,866,608 4,861,752 1,770,563 -0- 47,498,923 59,258,587) 32,681,1621 27,474,145) 2,682,239) 122,096,133) 1,685,392) 93,235,864 -0- 56,924,946 29,120,522 4,064,634 183,345,966 4,450,180 36,950,835 -0- -0- -0- 36,950,835 -0- -0- 6,798 -0- -0- 6,798 -0- 130,186,699 56,931,744 29,120,522 4,064,634 220,303,599 4,450,180 232,610,788 81,877,958 31,316,978 4,144,908 349,950,632 11,711,411 1,645,825 206,688 55,052 2,269,241 479,837 179;455 198,41 1 -0- 12,559 390,425 -0- -0- -0- 533,747 134,415 668,162 365 LlABILlTIES CUrrent Liabilities Accounts Payable Accrued interest Payable Due to OUler Funds Due to Other Governments Unearned Revenue Deposits Arbitrage Rebate Payable Noncurrent Liabilities Due Within One Year Total Current Liabilities Noncurrent Liabilities Due Afte. One Yea. Toml Liabilities 361,676 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 127,816 -0- -0- -0- 127,816 -0- 940,342 3,565 -0- -0- 943,907 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 8,507,340 2,167,550 3,375 304,572 10,982,837 1,251,439 -0- 11,400,778 2,576,214 898,798 506,598 15,382,388 1,731,641 131,013,176 35,397,718 607,556 2,711,385 169,729,835 2,369,789 142,413,954 37,973,932 1,506,354 3,217,983 185,112,223 4,101,430 61,434,431 20,078,394 29,120,522 1,084,755 111,718,102 4,450,180 9,612 -0-0-0- NET ASSETS Invested in Capital Assets Net or Related Debt Restricted ro.: Debt Service Asset Construction &. Acquisition Passenger Facility Charges Contract Obligations Water Supply Development Un.estricted Tot..'1 Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets 2,119 -0-0- 7,493 -0- 3,237,751 -0807,049 -0-0- 3,237,751 -0- -0- 807,049 -0- 513,548 -0- 52,769,120 -0- 4,216,773) 3,159,801 164,838,409 349,950,632 7,609,981 11,711,411 513,548 -0- -0- 52,769,120 -0- -0- 24,522,384) 20,580,388 90,196,834 43,904,026 81,877,958 232,610,788 116,947) 157,830) 29,810,624 926,925 31,316,978 't, 144,908 The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement. -0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Revenues. Expenses. and Changes in Fund Net Assets - Proprietary Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Business-Type Activities - Enterprise Funds Governmental Activities - Other Internal Enterprise Water Sewer Funds Airport Total Service Funds OPERATING REVENUES Charges for Sales & Services: Pledged for Payment of Revenue Bonds Water Sales Sewer Service $ 24,474,696 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- -0- Rents, uases, & Fees 10,716,743 -0- $ -0- 24,474,696 $ -0- 10,716,743 -0- -0- 306,601 2,682,439 -0- 1,161,034 4,150,074 2,033,313 346,520 -0- -0- -0- 2,033,313 -0- 36,068 -0- -0- 382,588 -0- 140,700 433 -0- 85 141,218 -0- Rents, Leases, & Fees -0- -0- 1,4 07,347 -0- 1,407,347 -0- Sales & Service -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 13,437,500 Billing & CoUection Paving Cuts, Taps, & Connections Other Unpledged: Other Total Operating Revenues -0- 18 30,071 -0- $ 27,301,830 $ 13,435,701 $ 30,053 1,4 37,400 $ 1,161,119 $ 43,336,050 $ 13,751 , 150 313,650 $ 8,24 7 ,1 32 $ 5,955,702 $ 1,528,561 $ 945,427 $ 16,676,822 $ 13,859,254 OPERATING EXPENSES w o Cost of Sales & Services Administrative Depreciation Total Operating Expenses Operating Income (Loss) 5,953,495 561,657 8,350 -0- 6,523,502 -0- 3,033,321 17,233,948 2,250,367 2,634,251 8, 140,921 31,341,245 539,428 $ 14,398,682 11,994,805 ($ 647,532) 183,002 $ 16,934 $ $ 8,767,726 $ 4,171,162 $ 10,067,882 $ $ 222,982 1,168,409 4,667,975 ($ 2,733,762) ($ 7 ,290) $ $ $ 111,763 $ 66,751 $ 487 $ NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES) Investment Income: Interest 4,001 $ Change in Fair Value of Investments -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- Interest Expense & Fiscal Agent Fees 1,751,734) 42,080 Gain on Sale of Capital Assets Total Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Income (Loss) Before Contributions and Transfers 1,974,901) 103,929) -0- -0- 8,165 -0- 3,830,564) -0- o 50,245 ($ 1,597,891) ($ 1,908,150) $ 12,166 ($ 103,442) ($ 3,597,317) so 16,934 $ 8,469,991 $ 2,759,825 ($ 2,721,596) ($ 110,732) $ 8,397,488 ($ 630,598) $ -0- $ -0- $ 1,117,448 $ $ $ CONTRmUTIONS AND TRANSFERS Contributions: -0- State Grants -0- -0- -0- -0- 1,117,448 -0- Local Grants -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 1,658 -0 - -0- -0- 1,658 1,119,106 Federal Grants Developers Total Contributions $ Transfers In Transfers Out Total Contributions and Transfers Change in Net As~ts $ $ 998,437) 7,471,554 90,196,834 1,117,448 $ $ 1,117,448 $ $ 1,460,838 ($ 1,604,148) ($ 31,414,772 $ 43,904,026 -0- 110,732) $ 29,810,624 $ The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement. -0-0- $ -0-0- 4,104,317) -0- ($ 1,179,976) $ $ 7,217,512 ($ $ 164,838,409 157,846,605 -0- 630,598) 8,240,579 225,708) -0- 926,925 -0- 1,805,235 1,037,657 -0- 225,708) $ -0- -0- 1,298,987) 42,668,896 -0-0- -0- 1,393,987) -0$ $ ($ 82,725,280 Restatement of Beginning Net Assets -0- 95,000 2,710,330) ($ Net Assets - Beginning Net Assets - Ending 1,658 1,710 ,235 -0- -0- $ 7,609,981
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Cash Flows - Proprietary Funds For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Business-type Activities - Enterprise Funds Water Airport Sewer Governmental Other Enterprise Funds Activities Internal Service Funds Total CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Cash Received From Customers Cash Received From Other Funds for Interfund Services Provided Cash Received From Reinsurance Cash Paid to Suppliers for Goods and Services Cash Paid for Insurance Claims and Premiums Cash Paid for Employees' Services Cash Paid for Employee Benefits Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities CASH FLOWS FROM NONCAPITAL FINANCING ACTIVITIES Transfers In Transfers Out Short-Term Intcrrund Loans Received w ...... $ 26,546,947 $ -0-08,730,815) -03,640,783) 1,825,331) 12,350,018 13,850,463 $ 1,426,491 ( ( $ -0-0722,230) -0438,295) 181,330) 84,636 1,710,235 $ 2,708,456) ( -0-0998,221) ($ 95,000 $ 1,393,987) -0-01,298,987) $ -0-0-0533,747 533,747 39,348,179) ($ 5,451,401) ( 1,652 , 156) ( -03,302,261) -01,658 . 4,579,714 ($ $ $ ( Short-Term Interfund Loans Paid Net Cash Provided (Used) by Noncapital Financing Activities ($ CASH FLOWS FROM CAPITAL AND RELATED FINANCING ACTIVITIES Acquisition of Capital Assets Principal Paid on Debt ($ ( Interest Paid on Debt Proceeds from Contractual Claim Settlement Cash paid for Water Rights Obligation Capital Grants Received Capital Contributed by Developers and Tenants Proceeds from Sale of Assets Net Cash Provided (Used) by Capital and Related Financing Activities $ ( CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Maturity of Investments Purchase of Investments Interest Received on Investments Net Cash Provided (Used) by Investing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash $ ($ Cash - Beginning Cash - Ending S $ 1,191,808 -0-0659,882) -067,563) 34,482) 429,881 $ 43,015,709 $ 11,688,195 ( ( $ -0-013,936,627) -05,894,463) 2,866,686) 20,317,933 1,805,235 4,102,443) -0533,747 1,763,461) $ $ -0- $ -0- ( -0-0-0- ($ 2,388,159) ($ 2,056,887) 1,984,725) -0-0-0-08,510 3,246,993) $ -0- ( -0- ( -0-0935,048 2,235,243 -0- -0- ($ 433,015) ( 106,076) ( -0-0-0-063,525 44,983,331) 7,941,303) 3,742,957) -03,302,261) 935,048 2,236,901 4,651,749 ($ 14,212) -0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 45,172,625) ($ 6,421,261) ($ 76,702) ($ 475,566) ($ 52,146,154) J! 14,212) 5,645,378 $ -0105,716 5,751,094 $ 28,069,734) $ 7,431,267 -068,587 7,499,854 7,233 ,004 -0- $ 172,432 4,073 176,505 $ 718,186 ($ 20,534 $ -0502 21,036 $ 24,649) ($ 13,097,179 172,432 178,878 13,448,489 20,143,193) $ $ $ 1,000,886 -017,234 1,018,120 1,926 ,809 $ 3,718,669 5,645,478 $ 5,645,478 S 5,645,478 123,577 ,526 95,507,792 ( ( ( $ $ -0-03,823,700) -01,747,822) 825,543) 7,453,398 11 ,592,377 18,825,381 ( $ $ $ $ 877,292 1,595,478 ( ( ( $ $ $ 66,109 41,460 ( $ 136,113,304 115,970,111 ( ( ( ( $ $ 828,358 1,523,053 6,702,943) 5,125,902) 908,971) 379,194) 922,596 -0-0-0305 305 CASH ON STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS Current Assets Restricted Assets Total S S 42,738,672 52,769,120 95,507,792 $ S 5,377,842 13,447,539 18,825,381 $ $ -01,595,478 1,595 ,478 $ $ 41,460 -041,460 The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement. $ $ 48,157,974 67,812,137 115,970,111 -O-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Cash Flows - Proprietary Funds For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Business-type Activities - Enterprise Funds Governmental Other Activities Internal Service Funds Enterprise Water RECONCILIATION OF OPERATING INCOME TO NET CASH PROVIDED (USED) BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES Operating Income (Loss) Adjustments to Reconci le Operating Income to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities W tV Depreciation Bad Debt Write-offs (Incrcase) Decrease in : Accounts Receivable Inventories Deferred Charges Increa se (Decrease) in: Accounts Payable Insurance Claims Payable OPEB Obligation Compensated Absences Customer Deposits Unearned Revenue Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities NONCASH INVESTING, CAPITAL, AND FINANCING ACTIVITIES Capital Assets Trans fers In (Out) Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Payable Adjustment Funds Airport Sewer Total 7,290) $ 4,667,975 ($ 2,733,762) ($ 2,250,367 -0- 2 ,634,25 1 -0- 222,982 -0- 8,140,921 361,678 539,428 -0- 1, 135,493) 40,095 ( 68,254 $ 414,762 6,776) 348,036 10,909) -0-0- 30,689 -0-0- 700,951) 33,319 416,290 54,832) 30,191) 343,288 135,003) ( -0216,736 186,384) 29,499 10,567) 12,350,018 $ 316,918) -086,984 8,968 -0-07,453,398 $ $ 181,089 -0-02,411 -0-0- ( 429,881 $ 108,914) -0336,581 174,728) 29,499 10,567) 20,317,933 123,940) 756,112 98,580 41,683 -0-0922,596 1,874) $ -0-0- -0- ($ -0-0- 23,847) $ -0-0- -0- ($ -0-0- 25,721) -0-0- 10,067,882 $ 3,033,321 361,678 $ ($ 161,918 -032,861 277 -0-084,636 The accompanying notes are an integral part of this statement_ 11,994,805 ($ $ $ 647,532) -0-0 -0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Net Assets - Fiduciary Funds September 30,2012 Agency CJC ASSETS Cash and Cash Equivalents Total Assets $ $ 299,137 299,137 LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Due to Other Governments Total Liabilities $ 160 $ 298,977 299,137 w w The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement.
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 I. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES The City of San Angelo, Texas (City) is a municipal corporation governed by an elected mayor and sixmember council. The City provides services as authorized in its charter: public safety (police and fire), streets and bridges, sanitation, health and human services, water and sewer utilities, recreation, education, public improvements, planning and zoning, and general administrative services. The accompanying financial statements present the government and its component units, entities for which the government is considered to be financially accountable. Blended component units, although legally separate entities, are, in substance, part of the government's operations. Each discretely presented component unit is reported in a separate column in the government-wide financial statements (see note below for description) to emphasize that it is legally separate from the government. The City's financial statements have been prepared in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) is the accepted standard-setting body for establishing governmental accounting and financial reporting principles. The City applies all relevant GASB pronouncements and, in the government-wide and propriety fund financial statements, applicable Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) pronouncements and Accounting Principles Board (APB) opinions issued before November 30, 1989 except those that are in conflict with GASB pronouncements, in which case, GASB prevails. The accounting and reporting framework and the more significant accounting policies are discussed in the subsequent subsections of this Note. I.A. Financial Reporting Entity The City's financial reporting entity comprises the following: Primary Government City of San Angelo, Texas Blended Component Units City of San Angelo Development Corporation Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) Discretely Presented Component Units Fort Concho Museum Fairmount Cemetery In determining the financial reporting entity, the City complies with the provisions of Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statements 14,34, and 39, and includes all component units of which the City is fiscally accountable. Blended Component Units Blended component units are separate legal entities that meet the GASB 14 component unit criteria and whose governing body is the same or substantially the same as the City Councilor the component unit provides services entirely, or almost entirely, to the City. These component units' funds are blended into those of the City by appropriate fund type to comprise part of the primary government presentation. The City of San Angelo, Texas Development Corporation (Corporation) is a non-profit development corporation organized under the Texas Development Corporation Act of 1979, Article 5190.6, Vernon's Texas Revised Civil Statutes Annotated as amended (the Act), and is governed by Section 4B of the Act. The Corporation is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the City Council. Although it is legally separate from the City, the Corporation is reported as if it were part of the primary government (a special revenue fund) because its sole purpose is to administer the one-half cent Section 4B economic development sales tax approved by the City's voters. As stated in its Articles of Incorporation, the purpose of the Corporation is to promote community development within the City and the State of Texas in order to improve the quality of life and the public welfare of, for, and on behalf of the City by developing, implementing, providing, and financing the projects allowed under Section 4B of the Act. The San Angelo City Council must approve all actions of the Corporation's board of directors. Subject to the limitations provided by the Texas Constitution, the laws of the state and the articles of incorporation, the City Council may, in its sole discretion, and at any time, alter or change the structure, organization, programs, or activities of the Corporation, and may terminate or dissolve the Corporation. If the Corporation should be dissolved, all interests it has, or is entitled to, in any funds or property of any kind shall be transferred and delivered to the City after satisfaction of all debts, claims, and contractual obligations. The Corporation does not publish any separately issued financial statements. 34
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 A Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (Reinvestment Zone Number One, City of San Angelo) was created in December 2006 by agreement between the City of San Angelo and Tom Green County pursuant to the Tax Increment Financing Act, Chapter 311 of the Texas Tax Code. The area of the Zone is approximately 1,314 acres and includes the historic downtown area northward along North Chadbourne Street, Martin Luther King Boulevard, and North Bryant Boulevard to West 33 rd Street. The purpose of the Zone is to capture increments of growth in real property values in the Zone from base values established on January 1, 2006, and use the ad valorem taxes derived from these increments to contribute to the zoned area. Tax funds derived from the increment can only be spent for public improvements in the Zone or for the payment of debt service on bonds issued to provide funds for public improvements. Public improvements are limited to capital assets that are owned by the City. The term of existence of the Zone is thirty years beginning December 15, 2006, and ending December 15, 2036. The board of directors consists of fifteen members with eight appointed by the City Council, four by Tom Green County Commissioners, and one each by Goodfellow Air Force Base, Angelo State University, and San Angelo Independent School District. The board acts as an advisory board to the City Council in the operation and administration of the Zone. The Zone is reported as part of the primary government (a special revenue fund) due to the City's trustee capacity over the Zone. Discretely Presented Component Units Discretely presented component units are separate legal entities that meet the GASB 14 component unit criteria but do not meet the criteria for blending. The City has two component units that are discretely presented in the City's report as presented below. The component units' rows and columns in the government-wide financial statements include the financial data of the City's other component units. They are reported in separate rows and columns to emphasize that they are legally separate from the City. The mayor and the City Council appoint the governing boards of directors. Fort Concho (Fort) operates the historic fort grounds and the frontier era museum. The City subsidizes the Fort's operations, and City general obligation bonds have refunded debt incurred to acquire some of the facilities. The Fort produces programs and events on the fort grounds and rents out space in some of the buildings. The Fort's budget is approved by the City Council. The Fort prepares no separately issued financial statements. Fairmount Cemetery's (Cemetery) operations are directed through the City's Park Commission, and it receives operating subsidies from the City. The Cemetery's annual budget is approved by the City Council. The Cemetery prepares no separately issued financial statements. Related Organizations The City Council is responsible for appointing the members of the boards of various organizations, but the City's accountability for those organizations does not extend beyond making the appointments. The City provides some funding to the Board of City Development (BCD), and the BCD operates a Convention Center and Visitors Bureau under contract. I.B. Basis of Presentation Government-wide Financial Statements The government-wide financial statements (i.e., the statement of net assets and statement of activities) report information on all of the non-fiduciary activities of the primary government and its component units. Eliminations have been made to minimize the double reporting of transactions involving internal activities. Individual funds are not displayed in these statements. Instead, the statements distinguish between governmental and business-type activities. Governmental activities, which normally are supported by taxes, intergovernmental revenues, and other non-exchange revenues, are reported separately from business-type activities, which rely mostly on fees and charges for support. In addition, the primary government is reported separately from certain legally separate component units for which the primary government is financially accountable. The statement of activities reports the direct expenses of a given function offset by program revenues directly related to the function program. A function is an aggregation of similar activities and may include portions of a fund or summarize more than one fund to capture expenses and program revenues associated with a distinct functional activity. Direct expenses are those that are clearly identifiable with a specific function or segment. Program revenues include: (a) charges to customers such as fines and forfeitures, fees for licenses, permits, and other user charges; (b) operating grants and contributions that are restricted to meeting the annual operating requirements of a particular function or segment; and (c) capital grants and contributions 35
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 which fund the acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of capital assets. Taxes and other items not properly included among program revenues are reported instead as general revenues. Fund Financial Statements Fund financial statements of the reporting entity are organized into funds, each of which is considered to be separate accounting entities. Each fund is accounted for by providing a separate set of self-balancing accounts, which constitute its assets, liabilities, fund equity, revenues, and expenditures/expenses. Separate financial statements are provided for governmental funds, propriety funds, and fiduciary funds. Fiduciary funds are not included in the government-wide financial statements. An emphasis of the fund financial statements is placed on major governmental and enterprise funds. Major individual governmental funds and major individual enterprise funds are reported as separate columns in the fund financial statements with composite columns for the aggregated remaining non-major funds. A fund is considered major if it is the primary operating fund of the City or meets the following criteria: a) Total assets, liabilities, revenues, or expenditures/expenses of that individual governmental or enterprise fund are at least 10 percent of the corresponding total for all funds of that category or type, and b) Total assets, liabilities, revenues or expenditures/expenses of the individual governmental or enterprise fund are at least 5 percent of the corresponding total for all governmental and enterprise funds combined. c) A fund not meeting the criteria of (a) and (b), however management has elected to report the fund as a major fund due to its significance to users of the financial statements. All remaining governmental and enterprise funds not meeting the above criteria are aggregated and reported as nonmajor funds. I.C. Measurement Focus, Basis of Accounting, and Financial Statement Presentation The government-wide financial statements are reported using the economic resources measurement focus and the accrual basis of accounting, as are the proprietary fund and trust fund financial statements. Agency funds do not have a measurement focus. Revenues are recorded when earned, and expenses are recorded when a liability is incurred regardless of the timing of the related cash flows. Property taxes are recognized as revenues in the year for which they are levied. Grants and similar items are recognized as revenue as soon as all eligibility requirements imposed by the provider have been met. Governmental fund financial statements are reported using the current financial resources measurement focus and the modified accrual basis of accounting. Revenues are recognized as soon as they are both measurable and available. Revenues are considered to be available when they are collectible within the current period or soon enough thereafter to pay liabilities of the current period. For this purpose, the government considers revenues to be available if they are collected within 60 days of the end of the current fiscal period. Expenditures generally are recorded when a liability is incurred, as under accrual accounting. However, debt service expenditures, as well as expenditures related to compensated absences and claims and judgments, are recorded only when payment is due. Because different measurement focuses and bases of accounting are used in the government-wide statement of net assets and in governmental fund statements, amounts reported as restricted fund balances in governmental funds may be different from amounts reported as restricted net assets in the statement of net assets. Property taxes, sales taxes, franchise taxes, licenses, and interest associated with the current fiscal period are all considered to be susceptible to accrual and so have been recognized as revenues of the current fiscal period. Only the portion of special assessments receivable due within the current fiscal period is considered to be susceptible to accrual as revenue of the current period. All other revenue items are considered to be measureable and available only when cash is received by the government. The City reports the following major governmental funds: The general fund is the City's primary operating fund. It accounts for all financial resources of the general governmental, except those required to be accounted for in another fund. It is always a major fund. 36
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 The development corporation special revenue fund is a nonprofit corporation created to administer funds received under the one-half cent city sales tax for economic development. The sales tax projects capital project fund accounts for certificate of obligation proceeds to accomplish projects specified on the ballots in the elections adopting the one-half cent economic development sales tax and projects allowed by Section 4B of the Development Corporation Act of 1979, as amended. The certificates are being retired with funds from the collection of the one-half cent sales tax approved for the projects. The City also reports the following nonmajor governmental fund types and funds: Special revenue funds account for specific revenues that are legally restricted, or designated by management, to expenditures for particular purposes. The City's nonmajor special revenue funds include: • Community development fund accounts for the expenditure of funds received from the U.S . Department of Housing and Urban Development under the Community Development Block Grant program. • Intergovernmental fund accounts for the expenditure of various federal and state funds. • HOME program fund accounts for funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under the HOME Investment Partnership program. • Designated revenue fund accounts for expenditure of funds contributed by San Angelo citizens for special purposes. • Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone fund accounts for expenditure of funds received from ad valorem taxes derived from increments of growth in real property values in the Zone. The debt service fund accounts for the accumulation of resources and payment of general obligation bonds and certificates of obligation principal and interest. Resources are provided by an annual ad valorem tax levy and transfer of one-half cent sales tax proceeds from the Development Corporation. Capital projects funds are used to account for the acquisition and construction of major capital assets other than those financed by proprietary funds and trust funds. The City's non-major capital projects funds are: • Capital improvement fund accounts for the authorized expenditure of the proceeds of certificates of obligation. Permanent funds are used to account for resources that are legally restricted to the extent that only earnings, and not principal, may be used for purposes that support the reporting government's programs that is, for the benefit of the government or its citizenry. The City's nonmajor permanent funds are as follows: • Santa Fe Park Trust fund accounts for trust principal and related investment income. Net earnings up to 7% can be paid to the City to be used for the upkeep and beautification of the park. Earnings in excess of 7% become part of principal. • Lake Nasworthy Trust fund accounts for the trust principal and related investment income. Twenty percent of all lake lot lease income, the proceeds from the sale of lake lots, and 10% of the annual interest income are additions to principal. No portion of the principal shall be expended for any purpose unless authorized by a majority vote of the qualified voters of the City at an election held for that purpose. Ninety percent of the annual interest income may be used by the City to pay for lake and river improvements, services to enhance water recreation, and the elimination of related litter and pollution. A public hearing must be held on the purposed uses of interest income during the budget and budget amendment process. Proprietary funds include both enterprise funds and internal service funds. Enterprise funds account for business-like activities provided to the general public. Internal service funds are used to account for business-like activities provided and charged to other funds or entities within the reporting entity. 37
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 The City reports three major enterprise funds: • The water fund accounts for the operations of the water utility service. In addition, the operation of lake recreation facilities are accounted for in this fund, and billing and collection services are provided to other enterprise funds . • The sewer fund accounts for the operation of the sewage collection and treatment system and leasing of the sewer farm. • The airport fund accounts for the operations of the municipal airport. The City reports the following non-major enterprise fund: • The state office building fund accounts for the operation of a building, acquired and renovated, primarily to provide a facility for lease to the State of Texas in order for all state offices in San Angelo to be in one location. Internal service funds account for fuel, oil, and the maintenance and upkeep on City and San Angelo Independent School District vehicles (vehicle maintenance fund); health claims services and medical costs for City employees and their dependents (employee/retiree health fund); insurance coverage for general and automobile liability and property damage for city property and vehicles (property and casualty insurance fund); workers compensation coverage for City employees (workers compensation insurance fund), and a city-wide radio communication system (communications fund), basically on a cost reimbursement basis, and provision of reserves for catastrophic claims in the insurance funds. Fiduciary funds are used to account for assets held in a trust or agency capacity for others and therefore cannot be used to support the City's own programs. Fiduciary fund reporting focuses on net assets and changes in net assets. All fiduciary activities are reported only in the fund financial statements. The City reports the following fiduciary fund: • CJe Agency fund is used to report resources held by the City in a purely custodial capacity (assets equal liabilities). The CJC fund accounts for the accumulation of fines and fees collected on behalf of the State of Texas. Private-sector standards of accounting and financial reporting issued prior to December 1, 1989, generally are followed in both the government-wide and proprietary fund financial statements to the extent that those standards do not conflict with or contradict guidance of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. Governments also have the option of following subsequent private-sector guidance for their business-type activities and enterprise funds, subject to this same limitation. The government has elected not to follow subsequent private-sector guidance. As a general rule, the effect of interfund activity has been eliminated from the government-wide financial statements. Exceptions to this general rule are payments-in-lieu of taxes where the amounts are reasonably equivalent in value to the interfund services provided and other charges between the government's water and sewer function and various other functions of the government. Elimination of these charges would distort the direct costs and program revenues reported for the various functions concerned. Proprietary funds report operating revenues and expenses and non-operating revenues and expenses separately. Operating revenues and expenses generally result from sales and services in connection with a proprietary fund's principal ongoing operations. All other revenues and expenses are reported as nonoperating. Principal operating revenues include charges to customers for sales, services, and rentals. Other operating revenues include charges for paving cuts, taps, and connections intended to recover the cost of connecting new customers to the water and sewer systems. Operating expenses for enterprise funds and internal service funds include cost of sales and services, administrative expenses, and depreciation on capital assets. All revenues and expenses not meeting this definition are reported as non-operating revenues and expenses. When both restricted and unrestricted resources are available for specified expenditures, the City's policy is to use restricted resources first, then unrestricted resources as needed. Within unrestricted resources, committed would be considered spent first (if available), followed by assigned (if available), and then unassigned amounts. 38
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 I.D. Assets, Liabilities, and Equity Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include all demand deposits, state-managed local government investment pools, and short-term investments with original maturities of three months or less when acquired. Investments Investments are reported at fair value. u.s. Treasury obligations are valued at the last reported sales price on a national exchange. State-managed local government investment pools (which are reported as "cash" due to their liquidity) operate in a manner consistent with the SEC's Rule 2a7 of the Investment Company Act of 1940 and use amortized cost instead of market value to report net assets to compute share prices. Accordingly, the fair value of the position in the pools is the same as the value of the shares. The State Comptroller of Public Accounts exercises oversight responsibility over the pools. Oversight includes the ability to significantly influence operations, designation of management, and accountability for fiscal matters. Additionally, the State Comptroller has established an advisory board composed of both pool participants and other persons who do not have a business relationship with the pools. The advisory board members review the investment policy and management fee structure. Year to year changes in the fair value of investments are shown as an adjustment to investment income. Receivables and Payables Activity between funds that are representative of lending/borrowing arrangements outstanding at the end of the fiscal year are referred to as either "due to/from other funds" (i.e., the current portion of inter-fund loans) or "advances to/from other funds" (i.e., the non-current portion of interfund loans). Temporary fund overdrafts in the pooled cash account and certain year-end adjustments give rise to current interfund loans reported in the fund financial statements. Any residual balance outstanding between the governmental activities and business-type activities are reported in the government-wide financial statements as "internal balances". All accounts receivables are shown net of an allowance for uncollectibles. Advances between funds, as reported in the fund financial statements, are offset by a fund balance reserve account in applicable governmental funds to indicate that they are not available for appropriation and are not expendable available financial resources. The City's property taxes are due October 1 and become delinquent after January 31. No split payments or discounts are allowed. Penalties and Interest: (a) a delinquent tax incurs a penalty of 6% of the amount of the tax for the first calendar month it is delinquent, plus one percent for each additional month or portion of a month the tax remains unpaid prior to July 1 of the year in which it becomes delinquent. However, a tax on July 1 st incurs a total penalty of 12% of the amount of the delinquent tax without regard to the number of months the tax has been delinquent; (b) a delinquent tax accrues interest at a rate of one percent for each month or portion of a month the tax remains unpaid; and an additional penalty up to a maximum of 15% of taxes, penalty, and interest may be imposed to defray costs of collection for taxes delinquent after July 1st. Inventories Inventories of the governmental funds are valued on the basis of weighted average cost. Inventories are recorded as expenditures when consumed rather than when purchased. Prepaid Items Certain payments to vendors reflect costs applicable to future accounting periods and are recorded as prepaid items in both government-wide and fund financial statements. Restricted Assets Certain governmental fund assets are classified as restricted on the balance sheets and statement of net assets because their use is limited by legal or contractual requirements and terms of trust agreements. These include funds restricted for debt service, park upkeep, and river and lake improvements. 39
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Also, certain proceeds of enterprise funds revenue bonds, as well as certain other resources set aside for their repayment and other purposes, are classified as restricted assets on the statements of net assets because their use is limited by applicable bond covenants and contract agreements. These include assets for revenue bond debt service, water purchase contract obligations, construction with revenue bond proceeds, asset renewals and replacements, and water supply development. Capital Assets The accounting treatment of property, plant, and equipment (capital assets) depends on whether the assets are used in governmental fund type or proprietary fund operations and whether they are reported in the government-wide or fund financial statements. In the government-wide financial statements, property, plant, and equipment are accounted for as capital assets. The City's policy is to capitalize and depreciate all capital assets with an initial, individual cost of $1,000 or more and an estimated life in excess of three years. Assets not meeting the capitalization policy are controlled by division or department heads. Normal maintenance and repair costs that do not add to the asset values or materially extend the useful lives are not capitalized. All capital assets are valued at historical cost or estimated historical cost if actual is unavailable, except for donated capital assets, which are recorded at their estimated fair value at the date of donation. Infrastructure capital assets, consisting of roads, bridges, curbs and gutters, streets and sidewalks, drainage systems, lighting systems, water system, sewer system, and airport paving are capitalized and depreciated. Interest costs, net of interest earned on any invested capital debt proceeds, are capitalized when incurred by proprietary funds. Depreciation of all exhaustible capital assets is recorded as an operating expense in proprietary fund financial statements and as an allocated expense in the Statement of Activities, with accumulated depreciation reflected in the Statement of Net Assets. Depreciation in the government-wide statements and the proprietary funds statements is provided using the straight-line method of depreciation. The range of estimated useful lives by type of asset is as follows : 10 815 3- Buildings Improvement other than buildings Infrastructure Machinery and Equipment 50 years 20 years 50 years 20 years When capital assets are disposed, the cost and applicable accumulated depreciation are removed from the respective accounts, and the resulting gain or loss is recorded in operations. In the governmental fund financial statements, capital assets are accounted for as capital outlay expenditures. Compensated Absences City employees earn vacation and sick leave, each at the rate of 1-1/4 working days per month (3 weeks per year). Employees hired on or after October 1, 2001 earn vacation at the rate of 5/6 of a working day per month (2 weeks per year) for the first 5 years, and thereafter at the same rate as pre-October 1, 2001 hires. Accumulation of vacation is limited to 30 working days, and accumulation of sick leave is unlimited. Employees vest in accumulated sick leave after three years of employment. Terminal benefit payoffs are limited to 30 working days for unused vacation and 90 working days for unused vested sick leave. A liability for these amounts is reported in governmental funds only if they have matured, for example, as a result of employee resignations and retirements. Liabilities related to proprietary funds are recognized within each of those funds' financial statements and the government-wide statement of net assets. Long-term Obligations In the government-wide financial statements and the proprietary fund financial statements, long-term debt and other long-term obligations are reported as liabilities in the applicable governmental activities, businesstype activities, or proprietary fund statement of net assets. Bond premiums and discounts, as well as issuance costs, are deferred and amortized over the life of the bonds using the straight-line method. Bonds payable are reported net of the applicable bond premium or discount and deferred amounts on refundings. Bond issuance costs are reported as deferred charges and amortized over the term of the related debt. In the fund financial statements, governmental fund types recognize bond premiums and discounts, as well as bond issuance costs, during the current period. The face amount of debt issued is reported as other 40
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 financing sources. Premiums received on debt issuances are reported as other financing sources, while discounts on debt issuances are reported as other fmancing uses. Issuance costs, whether or not withheld from the actual debt proceeds received, are reported as debt service expenditures. Arbitrage Rebate to the U.S. Treasury Under U.S. Treasury Department Regulations, all governmental tax-exempt debt issued after August 31, 1986, is subject to arbitrage rebate requirements. The requirements stipulate, in general, that the earnings from the investment of tax-exempt bond proceeds, which exceed related interest expenditures on the bonds, must be remitted to the Federal government on every fifth anniversary of each bond issue. Since the rules governing arbitrage on tax-exempt debt and the calculation of the rebate are complex, the City has retained a professional consultant to calculate any tentative arbitrage rebate due to the U.S . Treasury Department which was $42,778 on September 30, 2011. Unless the City is likely to meet any of the exceptions enumerated in the tax law, a liability is reported in the financial statements for the tentative rebate. The liability is reported in the government-wide statement of net assets for invested proceeds of capital projects funds. The liability is reported in the applicable proprietary fund financial statement and the government-wide statement of net assets for invested proceeds of that fund . Changes in the liability from year to year are reflected as an adjustment to investment income. Fund Equity In the government-wide and proprietary fund financial statements, equity is classified as net assets and displayed in three components: • Invested in capital assets, net of related debt - Consists of capital assets including restricted capital assets, net of accumulated depreciation and reduced by the outstanding balances of any bonds, notes, or other borrowings that are attributable to the acquisition, construction, or improvement of those assets. • Restricted net assets - Consists of net assets with constraints placed on the use either by 1) external groups such as creditors, grantors, contributors, or laws or regulations of other governments, or 2) law through constitutional provisions or enabling legislation. • Unrestricted net assets - All other net assets that do not meet the definition of "restricted" or "invested in capital assets, net of related debt." In the government-wide financial statements and the proprietary funds financial statements, restrictions of net assets are reported for amounts legally or contractually segregated for specific future uses. Net assets restricted for Passenger Facility Charges and Economic Development are restricted by enabling legislation . In the fund financial statements, governmental funds report fund balance into classifications that comprise a hierarchy based on the extent to which the City is bound to honor constraints on the specific purpose for which amount in those funds can be spent. The classifications of fund balance are Nonspendable, Restricted, Committed, Assigned, and Unassigned. NonspendabZe fund balances include amounts that cannot be spent because it is not in a spendable form, such as inventory or prepaid items or because resources legally or contractually must remain intact. Restricted fund balances are the portion of fund balance that have externally enforceable limitations on their usage through legislation or limitations imposed by creditors, grantors, laws and regulations of other governments, or enabling legislation. Committed fund balances are self-imposed limitations by the highest level of decision-making authority, namely, the Mayor and City Council prior to the end of the reporting period through ordinance. The Mayor and City Council approval is required to commit resources or to rescind the commitment. Assigned fund balances are limitations imposed by management based on the intended use of the funds. Assignments of fund balance may be made by city council action or management decision when the city council has delegated that authority. Assignments for transfers and interest income for governmental funds are made through the budgetary process. Modifications or rescissions of the constraints can also be removed by the same action that limited the funds. 41
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Unassigned fund balances represent the residual net resources in excess of the other classifications. The General Fund is the only fund that can report a positive unassigned fund balance and any governmental fund can report a negative unassigned fund balance. When both restricted and unrestricted resources are available for specified expenditures, restricted resources are considered spent before unrestricted resources. Within unrestricted resources, committed would be considered spent first (if available), followed by assigned (if available) , and then unassigned amounts. I.E. Internal and Interfund Balances and Activities In the process of aggregating the financial information for the government-wide financial statements, some amounts reported as interfund activity and balances in the fund financial statements have been eliminated or reclassified. Government-Wide Financial Statements Interfund activity and balances, if any, are eliminated or reclassified in the government-wide financial statements as follows : • Internal balances - Amounts reported in the fund financial statements as interfund receivables and payables are eliminated in the governmental and business-type activities columns of the statement of net assets, except for the net residual amounts due between governmental and business-type activities, which are reported as Internal Balances. • Internal activities - Amounts reported as interfund transfers in the fund financial statements are eliminated in the government-wide statement of activities except for the net amount of transfers between governmental and business-type activities, which are reported as Transfers-Internal Activities. The effects of interfund services between funds are not eliminated in the statement of activities. • Primary government and component unit activity and balances - Resource flows between the primary government and the discretely presented component units are reported as if they were external transactions. Fund Financial Statements Interfund activity, if any, within and among the governmental, proprietary fund, and fiduciary categories is reported as follows in the fund financial statements: • Interfund loans - Amounts provided with a requirement for repayment are reported as interfund receivables and payables. • Interfund services - Sales or purchases of goods and services between funds are reported as revenues and expenditures/ expenses. • Interfund reimbursements - Repayments from funds responsible for certain expenditures/expenses to the funds that initially paid for them are not reported as reimbursements but as adjustments to expenditures / expenses in the respective funds. • Interfund transfers - Flow of assets from one fund to another where repayment is not expected are reported as transfers in and out. I.F. Revenues, Expenditures, and Expenses Charges to Other Funds Charges for services provided and used between funds are accounted for as revenues and expenditures or expenses. These include charges to other funds by the general fund for administration and investment management; charges by self-insurance internal service funds to other funds for health, general and auto liability, and workers compensation; and charges by the vehicle maintenance internal service fund to other funds. 42
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Property Tax Revenues Property tax revenues are recognized in governmental fund financial statements when they become available. Available means collected within the current period and the amount expected to be collected soon after yearend to pay liabilities of the current period not to exceed 60 days. The balance of uncollected taxes, in excess of that recognized as revenues, is recorded as deferred revenue. In the government-wide financial statements, property tax revenues are recognized in the fiscal year for which they are levied. The City's property tax is levied and becomes a lien each October 1 on 100 percent of assessed value listed for all real and personal property located in the City as of the prior January 1. Taxes become delinquent on January 31 following the October 1 levy date. Collections on the current levy normally average about 95% to 97%. The City is permitted by Article II, Section 5 of the State of Texas Constitution to levy taxes up to $2.50 per $100 of assessed valuation for general governmental services including the payment of principal and interest on general obligation longterm debt. Assessed values are established by the Tom Green County Appraisal District and certified by the Appraisal Review Board. The Appraisal District is required under the Property Tax Code to assess all property within the Appraisal District based on 100 percent of its value and is prohibited from applying any assessment ratios. The value of property within the Appraisal District must be reviewed every four years; however, the City may at its own expense, require annual reviews of appraised values. The City may challenge appraised values established by the Appraisal District through various appeals, and if necessary, legal action. Under this legislation, the City continues to set tax rates on City property. However, if the effective tax rate, excluding tax rates for bonds and other contractual obligations, adjusted for new improvements, exceeds the rate for the previous year by more than 8 percent, qualified voters of the City may petition for an election to determine whether to limit the tax rate to no more than 8 percent above the calculated tax rate of the previous year levy and the current year valuation. Sales Tax The City levies a one and one half cent sales tax on taxable sales within the City. The sales tax is collected by the Texas State Comptroller and remitted to the City in the month following receipt by the State Comptroller. The sales tax is recorded as follows: • 1 cent recorded as revenue within the General Fund then transferred throughout various funds to account for operations and facility improvements as recommended by the city council. • '12 cent recorded as revenue within the Development Corporation Fund that is transferred to various funds to account for improvements to park and building facilities; housing assistance programs; recreation funding; and civic events as recommended to the City Council by the Capital Improvement Plan. Expenditures and Expenses In the government-wide statement of activities, expenses, including depreciation of capital assets, are reported by function or activity. In the governmental fund financial statements, expenditures are reported by class as current (further reported by function), capital outlay and debt service. In proprietary fund financial statements, expenses are reported by object or activity. Fiduciary funds report additions and deductions to net assets. I.G. Use of Estimates The preparation of financial statements in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect certain amounts reported in the financial statements and the accompanying notes. Actual results could differ from those estimates. II. RECONCILIATION OF GOVERNMENT-WIDE AND FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The governmental funds balance sheet includes a reconciliation between total fund balances - governmental funds and net assets of governmental activities as reported in the government-wide statement of net assets. The governmental funds statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balances includes a reconciliation between total net change in fund balances - governmental funds and change in net assets of governmental activities as reported in the government-wide statement of activities. One element of both 43
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 reconciliations explains, "various reclassifications and eliminations are necessary to convert from the modified accrual basis of accounting to the accrual basis of accounting." The details of these differences are sufficiently described in the reconciliations; therefore, no additional disclosure is required. III. STEWARDSHIP, COMPLIANCE, AND ACCOUNTABILITY By its nature as a local governmental unit, the City and its component units are subject to various federal, state, and local laws and contractual regulations. III.A. Deficit Fund Balances or Net Assets The Fairmount Cemetery discretely presented component unit had a deficit fund balance of $145,378. The Cemetery is subsidized annually by the City; however, the subsidy currently budgeted will not cover the entire deficit in the next fiscal year. III.B. Deposits and Investments Requirements Custodial Credit Risk for Deposits State law requires governmental entities to contract with financial institutions in which funds will be deposited to secure those deposits with insurance or pledged securities with a fair value equaling or exceeding the amount on deposit at the end of each business day. The pledged securities must be in the name of the governmental entity and held by the entity of its agent. Since the City complies with this law, it has no substantial custodial credit risk for deposits. Compliance with the Public Funds Investment Act The Public Funds Investment Act (Government Code Chapter 2256) contains specific provisions in the areas of investment practices, management reports, and establishment of appropriate policies. Among other things, it requires a governmental entity to adopt, implement, and publicize an investment policy. That policy must address the following areas: (1) safety of principal and liquidity, (2) portfolio diversification, (3) allowable investments, (4) acceptable risk levels, (5) expected rates of return, (6) maximum allowable stated maturity of portfolio investments, (7) maximum average dollar-weighted maturity allowed based on the stated maturity date for the portfolio, (8) investment staff quality and capabilities, and (9) bid solicitation preferences for CDs. Statutes authorize the entity to invest in (1) obligations of the U.S. Treasury, certain U.S. agencies, and the State of Texas, (2) certificates of deposit, (3) certain municipal securities, (4) money market savings accounts, (5) repurchase agreements, (6) bankers' acceptances, (7) mutual funds, (8) investment pools, (9) guaranteed investment contracts, and (10) common trust funds. The Act also requires the entity to have independent auditors perform test procedures related to investment practices as provided by the Act. The City of San Angelo, Texas is in substantial compliance with the requirements of the Act and with local policies. The City's investment policy authorizes investment in fully insured or collateralized certificates of deposit; obligations of the United States, its agencies, and instrumentalities; fully collateralized repurchase agreements; constant dollar local government investment pools (LGIPs); and SEC registered money market mutual funds, as allowed by state law (Texas Government Code 2256, Public Funds Investment Act) . IV. DETAIL NOTES - TRANSACTIONS CLASSES! ACCOUNTS The following notes present detail information to support the amounts reported in the basic financial statements for its various assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, and expenditures/expenses. IV.A. Deposit and Investment Risks As of September 30, 2012, the City of San Angelo, including its blended component unit, held the following investments. The carrying and fair value amounts are the same. 44
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Primary Government Maturities in Years Reported in Investments: Credit Rating Certificates of Deposit NjA U.S. Agencies Fair Value AAA Total Reported in Investments $ 4,004,986 < $ 20,914,591 $ 24,919,577 $ 104,461,391 than 1 Year 4,004,986 1 to 2 Years $ 8,414,591 $ 12,419,577 $ 91,961,391 3 to 5 Years -0- $ $ 7,500,000 $ 7,500,000 -05,000,000 7,500,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000 Included in Cash and Cash Equivalents: 2A-7 like Local Government Pools Total Cash & Cash Equivalents 79,541,814 AAA 79,541,814 Investments on Statement of -0- Governmental Net Assets Business-type Activities Current Investments $ Restricted Investments 4,539,792 Activities $ 5,116,919 $ Total Investments 9,656,711 -0- 1,747,858 Total $ 13,515,008 $ 15,262,866 6,287,650 18,631,927 $ 24,919,577 Additional policies and contractual provisions governing deposits and investments for the City of San Angelo, Texas are specified below: Credit Risk The primary stated objective of the City of San Angelo's adopted Investment Policy is the safety of principal and avoidance of principal loss. Credit risk within the City's portfolio among the authorized investments approved by the City's adopted Investment Policy is represented only in time and demand deposits, repurchase agreements, and non-rated SEC registered money market mutual funds. All other investments are rated AAA, or equivalent, by at least one nationally recognized rating agency. Investments are made primarily in obligations of the U.S. Government, its agencies or instrumentalities. State law and the City of San Angelo's adopted Investment Policy restricts both time and demand deposits, including certificates of deposit, to those banks doing business in the State of Texas and further requires full insurance and/ or collateralization from these depositories (banks only). Certificates of deposit are limited to a stated maturity of one year. Collateral, with a 102% margin, is required, and collateral is limited to obligations of the U.S. Government, its agencies or instrumentalities, or direct obligations of Texas, its subdivisions or agencies rated at least A, or equivalent, as to investment quality by a nationally recognized statistical rating agency. Independent safekeeping is required outside the bank holding company with monthly reporting. Securities are priced at market on a daily basis as a contractual responsibility of the bank. By policy and state law, repurchase agreements are limited to those with defined termination dates executed with a Texas bank or primary dealer (as defined by the Federal Reserve) . The agreements require an industry standard, written master repurchase agreement, and a minimum 102% margin on collateral as well as delivery versus payment settlement and independent safekeeping. Repurchase agreements may not exceed six months to stated maturity with the exception of flex repurchase agreements with a stated termination date not to exceed the planned completion date of the project(s). The City's adopted Investment Policy restricts investment in SEC registered mutual funds to money market mutual funds striving to maintain a $1 net asset value as further defined by State Law. Neither the state law nor the Policy requires a rating. Local government investment pools (LGIP) in Texas are required to be rated AAA or equivalent by at least one nationally recognized rating agency. The City Policy restricts to AAA-rated, "2a-7 like" (constant dollar) local government investment pools. As of September 30, 2012 in the Total Overall Portfolio: • money markets represented 0.00% of the total portfolio, • certificates of deposit represented 3.83% of the total portfolio, • repurchase agreements represented 0.00% of the total portfolio, 45
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 • • investment in the AAA-rated local government investment pools represented 76.14% of the total portfolio, and the remainder of the portfolio, 20.03%, was in U.S. Government securities rated AAA. Concentration of Credit Risk The City of San Angelo recognizes over-concentration of assets by market sector or maturity as a risk to the portfolio. The City's adopted Investment Policy establishes diversification as a major objective of the investment program and sets diversification limits for all authorized investment types, which are monitored on at least a monthly basis. Diversification limits are established as: • U.S. Obligations • U.S. Agencies/Instrumentalities • Certificates of Deposit (total) Certificates of Deposit (per bank) • Repurchase Agreements • Flex Repurchase Agreements • LGIP (total) LGIP (ownership of pool) • Money Market Mutual Funds • FDIC Brokered Certificates of Deposit • Municipal & State Obligations Issuer Limitation 80% 80% 40% 10% 50% 100% 80% 10% 75% 20% 30% 5% As of September 30, 2012 in the Total Overall Portfolio, • FDIC insured or collateralized certificates of deposit or money market funds in five banks represented 5.00 % of the total portfolio, and • holdings in three separate local government investment pools (TexPool, LOGIC and TexSTAR) represented 76.14% of the total portfolio, the individual pools held 38.94%, 0.00%, and 37.20%, respectively. Interest Rate Risk In order to limit interest and market rate risk from changes in interest rates, the City of San Angelo's adopted Investment Policy sets maximum maturity dates and maximum weighted average maturity limits by fund type. The weighted average maturity 0NAM) of the total City portfolio is restricted to a maximum weighted average maturity of one year and a maximum WAM of three years for Lake Nasworthy. As of September 30, 2012, in the Total Overall Portfolio: • no holding had a stated maturity date beyond 60 months, • holdings maturing beyond one year represented 11.97% of the total portfolio, and • the dollar-weighted average of the total portfolio was 63 days. Custodial Credit Risk To control custody and safekeeping risk, State law and the City of San Angelo's adopted Investment Policy requires collateral for all time and demand deposits, as well as collateral for repurchase agreements, be transferred delivery versus payment and held by an independent party approved by the City and held in the City of San Angelo's name. The custodian is required to provide original safekeeping receipts and monthly reporting of positions with position descriptions including market value for both type transactions. All repurchase agreements and deposits must be collateralized to 102% and be executed under written agreements. Depository agreements are executed under the terms of U.S. Financial Institutions Resource and Recovery Enforcement Act (FIRREA). The counter-party of each type of transaction is held contractually liable for monitoring and maintaining the required collateral margins on a daily basis. As of September 30, 2012, of the Total Overall Portfolio: • FDIC insured or collateralized certificates of deposit represented 3.83%. All pledged bank collateral for the certificates of deposit was held by an independent institution outside the bank's holding company. • no repurchase agreements were owned. 46
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 • the portfolio contained 5.00% in fully insured and collateralized demand deposit accounts . All pledged bank collateral was held by an independent institution outside the pledging bank's holding company. Component Units Total bank deposits of the discretely presented component units were insured with Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insurance and were not subject to the custodial credit risk as defined above. IV.B. Accounts Receivable Governmental Activities Receivables as of September 30, 2012 for the government's individual major governmental funds and nonmajor governmental funds, including the applicable allowances for uncollectible accounts, are as follows: General Fund Accounts Receivables Ambulance Code Enforce. Demolition Parks & Recreation Permits Program Loans Sales Tax Misc. Gross Accounts Receivable Less: Allowance for Uncollectible Net Accounts Receivable Miscellaneous Internal Service Less: Allowance for Uncollectible Net Internal Service Accounts Receivable Total Net Accounts Receivable $ 7,312,789 595,227 Development Corp. Fund $ -0-0- Sales Tax Capital Project $ 0-0- Capital Improvement Fund Other Governmental Funds Total Governmental Activities $ $ $ -0-0- -0-0- 7,312,789 595,227 424,526 -0- -0- -0- -0- 424,526 38,664 45,309 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- 38,664 45,309 -0- -0-0- 734,718 828,771 -04,220,000 -0- -0- -0- 324,480 -0607,578 324,480 4,220,000 2,171,067 $4,220,000 $ -0- $ 932,058 $ 15,132,062 $ -0- $ -0- $ 11,886 $ 6,838,574 $4,220,000 $ -0- $ 920,172 $ 8,293,488 $ $ -0- $ -0- $ 353,121 $ 9,151,233 $ 828,771 $ 6,826,688 $ -0- $ 2,324,545 $ 828,771 $ $ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 104,852) -0- -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 248,269 $ -0- $ - 0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 8,541,757 47
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Business-Type Activities Receivables as of September 30, 2012 for the government's individual major enterprise funds and nonmajor enterprise funds, including allowances for uncollectible accounts, are as follows: Water Fund Utilities Receivable Meter Deposits Miscellaneous Net Accounts Receivable Less: Allowance for Uncollectibles Net Total Receivable Sewer Fund $6,121,936 1,551 42,305 $6,165,792 $2,025,791 -0385,997 $2,411,788 $1,200,977 $4,964,815 $ 420,804 $1,990,984 Other Enterprise Funds Airport Fund $ -0-0113,495 113,495 $ $ -0113,495 $ Total Enterprise Funds $ -0-028,360 28,360 $ 8,147,727 1,551 570,157 8,719,435 $ $ -028,360 $ $ 1,621,781 7,097,654 $ $ IV.C. Deferred / Unearned Revenues Governmental funds report deferred revenue in connection with receivables for revenues that are n ot considered to be available to liquidate liabilities of the current period. The City also reports unearned revenue for resources that have been received but not yet earned. At the end of the current year, the various components of deferred revenue and unearned revenue were as follows: Unavailable Unearned Total Deferred Revenue: Delinquent Property Taxes Paving Assessment $ 1,368,870 55,971 $ -0-0- $ 1,368,870 55,971 Total Deferred Revenue $ 1,424,841 $ -0- $ 1,424,841 Unearned Revenue: Program Income Rents and Leases $ -0-0- $ 470,651 10,825 $ 470,651 10,825 Total Unearned Revenue $ -0- $ 481,476 $ 481,476 48
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 IV.D. Restricted Assets The amounts reported as restricted assets of the governmental activities and business-type activities are comprised of assets held by trustee and depository banks for the following restricted purposes: Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments Primary Government Governmental Activities $ Deposits held for debt service 588,283 $ 77,295 Deposits held for business development 922,629 -0- Deposits held for purposes specified by donors 155,803 39,624 13,925 -0- 6,325,647 5,000,000 Deposits held for park improvements Deposits held for Lake Nasworthy improvements $ Total Governmental Activities 8,006,287 $ 5,116,919 1,038,641 $ 13,046 Business-type Activities $ Deposits held for debt service Deposits held for capital projects 65,178,018 1,595,478 Deposits held for construction Total Business-type Activities $ Component Units: $ 49 3,333,903 88,441 67,812,137 -0- $ 3,435,390 $ -0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 IV.E. Capital Assets Current year changes in capital assets are summarized below: Governmental Activities Beginning Balance Assets Not Being DeQreciated: Land Construction in Progress Total Non-Depreciable Assets Being DeQreciated: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Infrastructure Machinery and Equipment Total Depreciable Less Accumulated DeQreciation: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Infrastructure Machinery and Equipment Total Accumulated Depreciation Assets Being Depreciated - Net Additions $ 4,248,486 13 1°94 1 890 $17,343 1376 -0$ 16 1 646 1 025 $16 1 646,025 ($ $45,311,184 $ 407,250 Retirements Transfers Ending Balance $ -0-0-0- $ 4,178,850 29,74°1 915 $33 1 919 1765 $ -0- $45,012,864 -0-0128 102 $ 128,102 26,845,874 19,742,060 30950,087 122,550,885 -0- $ 23,440,993 $ ($ 69,636) -069 1636) ($ 705,570) 38,332 -01,599,281 2 1044 1 863 $ 22,434,231 $ 1,645,514 5,410,564 19,324,310 1,911,844 31,741 7,729) -0- -0-0- 7,314,679 19,356,051 23,215,705 2 1555 1324 1,189 1151) 126 1 228 24 1 708 1106 $ 70,384 1 810 $ 6 1144 1 423 ($1,835 1632) 228 $ 126 1 $ 74,819 1 829 $ 51,910,753 Governmental Activities Capital Assets - Net 26,812,732 19,742,060 30,429587 $122,295 1563 ($4,099,560) ($ 82 ,011) $ 1,874 $ 47,731,056 $ 69,254,129 $12,546,465 151,647) $ 1,874 $ 81,650,821 50 ( 638,752) ($ ($ $
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Business-tvQe Activities Beginning Balance Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land Construction in Progress Total NonDepreciable Assets Being Depreciated: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Infrastructure Machinery and Equipment Total Depreciable Less Accumulated Depreciation: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Infrastructure Machinery and Equipment Total Accumulated Depreciation Assets Being Depreciated Net Business-type Activities Capital Assets - Net Retirements -037,170,419 -0$ ( 6,827,003) $ -0-0- $ 7,756 ,971 47,498 ,923 $ 24,912,478 $37,170,419 ($6,827,003) $ -0- $55,255,894 $ 29,253,987 $ -0- $ -0- $29,253,987 -0-0- 20,767,648 177,635,197 $ 7,756,971 17,155,507 $ -0- 20,767,648 170,871,717 1,049,431 $ 7,812,911 $ 16,768,436 $ -0-0- -06,763,480 21,924,506 $242,817,858 $ ($ 315,242) ( ($ 129,322) 129,322) 22,529,373 $250,186,205 -0- $ -0- $ 17,384,193 -0-0- 7,696,866 82,465,391 1,363,549 $114,388,161 $128,429,697 ($ $153,342,175 $36,842,409 $ 1,791,413 4,370,202 13,619,083 315,242) ( 615,757 5,905,453 78,095,189 Transfers Ending Balance Additions -0-0( 305,501) ( 127,448) 14,549,683 $ 8 , 140,921 ($ 305,501) ($ 127,448) $122,096,133 328,010) ($ 9,741) ($ 1,874) $128,090,072 ($6,836,744) ($ 1,874) $183,345,966 51
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Discretely Presented Com12onent Unit - Fort Concho Museum Beginning Balance Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land Total Non-Depreciable Assets Being Depreciated: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery and Equipment Total Depreciable Less Accumulated Depreciation: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery and Equipment Total Accumulated Depreciation Assets Being Depreciated - Net Governmental Activities Capital Assets - Net $ $ Additions Retirements Ending Balance Transfers 408,640 408,640 $ $ -0- $ -O- S; -0-0- $ $ -0-0- $ $ $ 4,305,894 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 4,305,894 -0-0-0- $ -0-0-0- $ -0-0-0- 6,500 89,038 $ 4,401,432 112,325 $ -0- $ -0- $ 3,091,110 -0-0- 4,171 89,596 6,500 89,038 $ 4,401,432 $ 2,978,785 $ $ -0-0- 408,640 408,640 3,846 89,596 325 -0- $ 3,072,227 $ 1,329,205 $ 112,650 ($ 112,650) $ $ $ -O- S; -0-0- $ 3,184,877 $ 1,216,555 $ 1,737,845 ($ 112,650) $ -0- $ -0- $ 1,625,195 -0- Discretely Presented Com12onent Unit - Fairmount Cemetery Beginning Balance Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land Total Non-Depreciable Assets Being Depreciated: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery and Equipment Total Depreciable Less Accumulated Depreciation: Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery and Equipment Total Accumulated Depreciation Assets Being Depreciated - Net Governmental Activities Capital Assets - Net Additions Retirements Ending Balance Transfers $ $ $ $ 4,428 4,428 $ $ -0-0- $ $ -0-0- $ $ -0-0- $ 73,483 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 111,139 183,717 368,339 $ 111,139 192,216 376,838 $ 73,482 $ 73,482 $ 86,101 116,334 $ -O- S; -01,220 1,220 -0- $ -07,279 7,279 -0-0- $ -0- $ -0-01,220 -0-0- 4,342 10,393 $ 4,428 4,428 73,483 90,443 127,947 $ $ 275,917 92,422 $ ($ 14,735 7,456) $ $ -0-0- $ $ 1,220 -O- $ S; 291,872 84,966 $ 96,850 ($ 7,456) $ -0- $ -0- $ 89,394 52
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Depreciation expense was charged to functions in the statement of activities as follows: Governmental Activities: General Government Public Safety Public Works and Transportation Public Facilities Health and Human Services Culture, Parks, and Recreation Urban Redevelopment and Housing Capital Assets Held by the City's Internal Service Funds are Charged to the various functions on their usage of the assets Total Depreciation Expense - Governmental Activities Business-type Activities: Water Sewer Airport State Office Building Total Depreciation Expense - Business-type Activities $ $ $ IV.F. Interfund Receivables, Payables, and Transfers Interfund Receivables and Payables Interfund receivables and payables at September 30, 2012 consist of the following: General General General General General Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund Total Payable Fund Internal Service Fund Airport Fund State Office Building Community Development HOME Reconciliation to Fund Financial Statements: Governmental funds Internal Service Funds Total $ $ Discretely Presented Component Units: Fort Concho Fairmount Cemetery Receivable Fund $ Amount $ $ 365 533,747 134,415 626,995 78,340 1,373,862 Due From Other Funds Due To Other Funds $ $ $ 1,373,862 -01,373,862 53 $ 1,373,497 365 1,373,862 228,791 1,926,628 363,054 1,757,665 146,971 1,148,627 33,259 539,428 6,144,423 3,033,321 2,250,367 2,634,251 222,982 8,140,921 112,650 14,735
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Interfund Transfers Interfund Transfers for the year ended September 30, 2012 were as follows: Transfer From General Fund General Fund Development Corp. Fund Development Corp. Fund Development Corp. Fund Development Corp. Fund Development Corp. Fund Transfer To Sewer Fund Intergovernmental Fund General Fund General Fund Debt Service Fund Capital Project Fund Special Revenue Fund Development Corp. Fund Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund Water Fund Water Fund Water Water Sewer Sewer Sewer Sewer General Fund General Fund General Fund General Fund General Fund Water Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund $ Amount 95,000 373,715 359,382 403,386 2,852,869 4,220,000 85,513 1,500,000 80,346 1,249,177 1,461,153 578,761 185,336 500,000 129,889 $14,074,527 Nature of Interfund Balance Budget Transfer Budgeted Transfer Pay for Development Corporation Staff Sports Complex Maintenance Debt Service Fund * Voter Approved Project * Expanded the Affordable Housing Program * Debt Service Investment Income Allocated for Improvements To Fund Franchise Fees To Fund Administrative Fees To Fund Franchise Fees To Fund Administrative Fees Pilot Transfer To Reimburse Employee Pay Expense *The City made these one-time transfers during the year ended September 30, 2012. Reconciliation to Fund Financial Statements: Governmental Funds: General Fund Development Corp. Fund Sales Tax Capital Project Other Governmental Funds Total Governmental Funds Proprietary Funds: Water Enterprise Fund Sewer Enterprise Fund Total Proprietary Funds Totals Reconciliation to Statement of Activities: Net Transfers for governmental activities: Governmental Funds Total Net Transfers for governmental activities Net Transfers for business-type activities: Enterprise Funds Total Net Transfers for business-type activities Transfers to Other Funds $ $ 468,715 9,421,149 80,346 9,970,210 Transfers from Other Funds $ $ 4,737,195 -04,220,000 3 ,312 ,097 12,269,292 $ 2 ,710,330 1,393,987 $ 1,710,235 95,000 $ $ 4 ,104,317 14,074,527 $ $ 1,805,235 14,074,527 Transfers to Other Funds Transfers From Other Funds Transfer of Capital Assets Net Transfers ($ 9,970,210) $ 12,269,292 $ -0- $ 2,299,082 ($ 9 ,970,210) $ 12,269,292 $ -0- $ 2,299,082 ($ 4,104 ,317) $ 1,805,235 $ -0- ($2,299,082) ($ 4,104,317) $ 1,805,235 $ -0- ($2 ,299,082) 54
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 The City subsidizes the annual operations of the two discretely presented component units. Transfers between the primary government and the component units for the year ended September 30, 2012 were as follows : Transfer From General Fund General Fund Transfer To Amount $ Fort Concho Museum Fund Fairmount Cemetery Fund $ 301,431 16,732 318,163 Nature of Interfund Balance Budgeted Annual Funding Budgeted Annual Funding IV.G Leases Operating Leases - City as a Lessor The City leases out most of the space in the State Office Building, land around Lake Nasworthy, the sewer treatment plant, and certain facilities at the airport. None of the lease agreements are non-cancelable. The land cost is $3,161,355.The depreciable facilities have total cost of $13,995,773 with accumulated depreciation of $8,131,339 leaving the carrying amount at $5,864,434. Total rent received during the year was $2,374,664 . Operating Leases - City as a Lessee The City rents copiers on a month-to-month basis. Total rental cost for the year was $135,451. Capital Leases - City as a Lessee The City entered into a lease agreement as lessee for financing the acquisition of a voice-over internet phone system in fiscal year 2009 . The lease agreement qualified as a capital lease for accounting purposes; therefore, was recorded in the Communications Internal Service Fund at the present value of the future minimum lease payments as of the inception date. The phone system acquired by this lease agreement is recorded at historic cost, less accumulated depreciation . IV.H. Long-Term Debt The City's long-term debt is segregated by the amounts involving governmental activities, business-type activities, and component units. Governmental Activities Long-Term Debt As of September 30,2012, the governmental activities long-term debt consisted of the following: Accrued Compensated Absences: $ Current Portion Noncurrent Portion Total Accrued Compensated Absences $ 504,637 9,588,099 10,092,736 Landfill Postclosure Care Liability: $ Landfill Postclosure Care Liability 55 3289.216
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Revenue Bonds Payable: 2009 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated July 21,2009, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by ad valorem tax revenue, interest rates from 2.00%4.00%, final maturity February 15, 2017. The bond's debt service is currently paid with ad valorem tax. $ 555,428 2006 Series Certificate of Obligation, dated October 24, 2006, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by combination tax and surplus revenue, interest rates from 4.75%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2016. The bond's debt service is currently paid with ad valorem tax and surplus revenue. 1,240,000 2007 -B Series Certificate of Obligation, dated August 21, 2007, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by combination tax and surplus revenue, interest rates from 4 .50%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2013. The bond's debt service is currently paid with sales tax and surplus revenue. 1,385,000 2009 Series Certificate of Obligation, dated July 21,2009, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by combination tax and surplus revenue, interest rates from 2.00%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2029. The bond's debt service is currently paid with ad valorem tax and surplus revenue. 14,545,000 2011-A Series Certificate of Obligation, dated July 6, 2011, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by combination tax and surplus revenue, interest rates from 2.00%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 1936. The bond's debt service is currently paid with ad valorem tax and surplus revenue. 13,625,000 2005 Series Certificate of Obligation, dated November 8, 2005, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by pledged sales tax, interest rates from 3.25%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2020. The bond's debt service is currently paid with restricted sales tax. 10,355,000 2008 Series Certificate of Obligation, dated September 11, 2008, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by pledged sales tax, interest rates from 3.50%-5.00%, fmal maturity February 15, 2025. The bond's debt service is currently paid with restricted sales tax. 9,745,000 Total Revenue Bonds Payable Add: Unamortized Bond Premium Total Revenue Bonds Payable, Net $ $ Current Portion, Net Non-current Portion, Net Total Revenue Bonds Payable, Net $ $ 51,450,428 204,178 51,654,606 3,680,428 47,974,178 51,654,606 Note Payable: Section 108 HUD Guaranteed Promissory Note to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, original issue amount of $2,035,000, interest rate of 2.00%5.00%, final maturity August 1, 2030. ~$~==",;1;.!,,9;,;2~8;;;;,~0~0~0= Current portion Non-current portion Total Note Payable $ 107,000 1,821,000 =~$==~1,~9,;;;;2,;;;,8h;'0",;0,,;:;0= 56
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Changes in Long-Term Debt: Balance September 30, 2011 Governmental Activities Compensated Absences Capital Lease Oblig. OPEB Obligation InsuranceClaims Payable Landfill Postclosure Revenue Bonds Payable Note Payable $ 10,085,825 176,756 5,511,925 1,949,935 3,092,496 55,094,134 2,035!000 $ 77,946,071 Additions $ $ 504,465 -02,054,519 2,264,372 196,720 -0-05,020,076 Deductions Balance September 30, 2012 Amount Due in One Year $ $ $ 504,637 496,950 176,756 -01,165,422 -03,439,528 107,000 $ 5,385,656 $ 10,092,736 -07,566,444 3,048,885 3,289,216 51,654,606 1!928!000 77,580,491 -0-01,251,439 -03,680,428 107!000 $5,543,504 Debt Service Requirements to Maturity: For the Year Ending September 30, 201 3 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018-2022 2023-2027 2028-2032 2032-2037 Total $ $ Principal 3,787,428 3,092,000 2,527,000 2,617,000 2,382,000 13,370,000 12,625,000 6,293,000 5!965!000 52,658,428 $ $ Interest 2,271,154 2,131,782 2,026,053 1,924,633 1,821,584 7,418,480 4,269,736 1,81 5 ,973 495,406 24,174,801 Business-Type Activities Long-Term Debt As of September 30,2012, the business-type activities long-term debt consisted of the following: Accrued Compensated Absences: Current Portion Non-current Portion Total Accrued Compensated Absences $ $ 57 108,294 1,438,769 1,547,063
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Revenue Bonds Payable: 2007 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated August 21, 2007, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by utility revenue, interest rates from 4.00%-4.50%, final maturity February 15,2021. $ 8,445,000 2007-A Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated August 21, 2007, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by utility revenue, interest rates from 4.005.25%, final maturity February 15, 2027. 15,780,000 2011 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated April 6, 2011, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by utility revenue, interest rates from 2.00%-5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2023. 12,626,550 2001-B Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated April 6, 2011, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by utility revenue, interest rates from 2.00%-5.00%, final maturity February 15,2023. 12,975,795 2009 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated July 21,2009, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by ad valorem tax revenue, interest rates from 2.00%4.00%, final maturity February 15, 2017. 1,634,500 2011 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated April 6, 2011, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by ad valorem tax revenue, interest rates from 2.00%5 .00%, final maturity February 15, 2023. 376,110 2011 Series General Obligation Refunding Bond, dated April 6, 2011, issued by the City of San Angelo, secured by ad valorem tax revenue, interest rates from 2.00%5.00%, final maturity February 15, 2023 886,545 Total Revenue Bonds Payable Add: Unamortized Bond Premium Total Revenue Bonds Payable, Net $ Current Portion, Net Non-current Portion, Net Total Revenue Bonds Payable, Net Note Payable: $ iii 52,724,500 189,333 52,913,833 $ 2011-B Series Drinking Water SRF Promissory Note to Texas Water Development Board, original issue amount of $120,000,000, secured by utility revenues, interest rates of 0.00%-2.07%, final maturity September 15, 2031. 3,551,627 49,362 1206 52,913,833 $ 114,250,000 Promissory Note to City of San Angelo Development Corp. 397 1 114 $ $ Curren t Portion Non-current Portion, Net Total Note Payable 114,647,114 5,751,765 108 1895,349 114,647,114 iii 58
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Changes in Long-Term Debt: Balance September 30, 2011 Business-type Activities Compensated Absences OPEB Obligation Water Rights Obligation Revenue Bonds Payable Note Payable $ 1,644,251 847,263 11,970,660 56,929,422 120,496,936 $ 191,888,532 Additions $ 225,643 336,581 -0- $ -0-0562,224 Deductions $ 322,831 -0- 1,549,842 4,015,589 5,849,822 $11,738,084 Balance September 30, 2012 Amount Due in One Year $ $ 1,547,063 1,183,844 10,420,818 52,913,833 114,647,114 $ 180,712,672 108,294 -01,702,835 3,419,943 5,751,765 $10,982,837 Debt Service Requirements to Maturity: For the Year Ending September 30, 2013 2013 2015 2016 2017 2018-2022 2023-2027 2028-2032 Total $ $ Principal 9,884,572 10,035,000 10,225,000 10,390,000 10,610,000 51,100,000 38,410,000 26,320,000 166,974,572 Interest 3,178,291 3,036,973 2,871,015 2,685,097 2,487,371 9,091,579 4,159,790 619,532 28,129,648 $ $ Component Units As of September 30,2012, the component units' debt consisted of the following: Accrued Compensated Absences: Fort Concho Museum Curren t Portion Noncurrent Portion Total Accrued Compensated Absences $ Fairmount Cemetery Curren t Portion Noncurrent Portion Total Accrued Compensated Absences $ -0122,472 122,472 $ -066,341 66,341 $ Changes in Long-Term Debt: Balance September 30, 2011 Additions Deductions Balance September 30, 2012 Amount Due in One Year Fort Concho Museum Compensated Absences $ 106,431 $ 16,041 $ -0- $ 122,472 $ -0- Fairmount Cemetery Compensated Absences $ 57,245 $ 9,096 $ -0- $ 66,341 $ -0- Advanced Refunding On April 1, 2011, the City issued $13.7 million series 2011 Sales Tax and Utility System Revenue Bonds with an interest rate of 3.20% to advance refund several bonds from 1998 to 2007, with interest rates ranging from 4.17% to 4.44%. There was no advanced refunding during the year ended September 30,2012. 59
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Defeased Bonds Outstanding The City, through its various public trusts, has in substance defeased a number of outstanding bond issues by placing deposits in irrevocable trusts (escrow accounts) for the purchase of u.s. government securities to pay the principal and interest on the refunded bonds as they become due and payable. For financial reporting purposes, both the defeased bonds outstanding and the escrowed securities have been excluded from the financial statements. As of September 30,2012, there were no defeased bonds outstanding. Landfill Closure and Post-Closure Federal and state laws and regulations require the placement of a final cover on landfills when they stop accepting waste and the performance of certain maintenance and monitoring functions at the site for thirty years after closure. The City owns a landfill site of approximately 275 acres. The operation of the landfill has been contracted out to a private company. The contract operator has agreed, at its own cost, to perform all closure functions in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations and to provide the City with any assurances required to demonstrate its financial ability to carry out these functions. The post-closure care costs are the responsibility of the City. Although those costs will be paid only after the date the landfill stops accepting waste, the City reports a portion of these costs as a liability in general long-term debt. Landfill post-closure care liability at year-end of $3,289,216 represents the cumulative amount to date based on the use of approximately 65.76% of the estimated capacity of the landfill. The City will recognize the remaining estimated cost of post-closure care of $5,001,849 as the remaining estimated capacity is utilized. These amounts are based on expected future costs to perform all post-closure activities based upon the current cost of those activities. Based upon current usage and capacity estimates, the landfill could continue accepting solid waste for approximately 22 more years. Actual costs may differ from the estimated amounts due to inflation and changes in technology and/or applicable laws and regulations between now and the actual date of closure. The City has accumulated $3,289,216 to be used for post-closure care costs, which is reflected as designated fund balance in the general fund. This amount represents the costs applicable to the portion of the landfill capacity utilized since fiscal year 1993. Long-term Water Purchase Contracts The City is obligated to make specific annual payments to the contractors under three unconditional water purchase contracts, whether the City actually receives water or not. These rights are being treated as intangible assets with indefinite useful lives. The contractors obtained permits to impound water from the State of Texas and constructed three dams and reservoirs with financing obtained using water purchase contracts as a basis for obtaining credit and as a means for the payment and security of all bonds issued by the Colorado River Municipal Water District projects. The City is also obligated under these three contracts for annual operating expenses of the projects. Further details of each contract follow: San Angelo Water Supply Corporation Project Name: Twin Buttes Dam and Reservoir (Twin Buttes) - Annual Payments of $450,000 to $470,000 are required through the year 2015 for the retirement of the contractor's debt. Total estimated payments are $16,327,293. The City is contractually obligated to operate and maintain the project storage works and the basic recreational facilities for the useful life of the project. Colorado River Municipal Water District (CRMWD) Project Name: Spence Dam and Reservoir (Spence) - By contract dated August 19, 1997; the City exercised its option to continue receiving water for the entire useful life of the dam and reservoir. Monthly payments of $6,370 from January 1, 1996 through September 30, 2021 are required under the new contract. Payments under the prior contract and the current one will total $3,866,330. Project Name: Freese Dam and Ivie Reservoir (Ivie Reservoir) - Annual payments of $685,255 to $866,852 are required through the year 2016 for the retirement of the contractor's debt. Total estimated payments are $25,544,780. The City is obligated under the contract for 16.54% of annual operating expenses for the entire useful life of the project. 60
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Project Name: Ivie Pipeline - Annual payments of $741,463 to $847,529 are required through the year 2021 for the retirement of the contractor's debt. Total estimated payments are approximately $22,322,669. The City is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the pipeline system to its juncture point just north of the city limits for the entire life of the system as follows: Central Station and System Minimum Electric Power Charges Other Electric 27.78% 3l.25% pro-rata for water received The City's future annual commitments under the contracts are as follows: Fiscal Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018-2021 Total Commitments Twin Buttes $ 470,000 470,000 468,653 -0-0-0$ 1,408,653 Ivie Reservoir Ivie PiEeline SEence 76,440 685,583 $ 470,812 $ $ 500,265 76,440 726,933 774,072 529,278 76,440 564,007 76,440 829,481 -0598,296 76,440 -02,792,779 305,760 $ 5,455,437 $ 687,960 $ 3,016,069 The City paid $ 1, 642,552 under all of these water purchase contracts in the current year. 61 Total $ 1,702,835 1,773,638 1,848,443 1,469,928 674,736 3,098,539 $ 10,568,119
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 IV.I. Fund Balances and Net Assets Fund Balances The following table shows the fund balance classifications as shown on the Governmental Funds Balance Sheet in accordance with GASB Statement 54, Fund Balance Reporting and Governmental Fund Type Definitions: General Fund Nonspendable for: Long-term Receivable Inventory Total Nonspendable Restricted for: Economic Development Grant Expenditures San ta Fe Park Lake Nasworthy Total Restricted Development Corporation $ $ Sales Tax Capital Project Capital Improvement Plan Other Governmental Funds 402,787 1,058,059 1,460,846 $ 166,281 1,067,224 13,925 11,332,835 $ 12,580,265 $ 8,550,947 $ 8,550,947 Committed for: Designated Purposes Total Committed $ 195,409 195,409 $ 701,355 $ 701,355 $ Assigned for: Debt Service Capital Improvements Total Assigned $8,320,135 $8,320,135 $ 1,370,464 $ 1,370,464 Restatements The City restated beginning net assets and fund balances as shown below: Government-Wide $ 157,846,605 ( 225,708) $ 157620897 62 Fund Level $ 157,846,605 Business-Type Activities: Beginning Net Assets as Previously Reported Less: Understatement of Allowance for Doubtful Accounts Beginning Net Assets, as Restated ( 225,708) $ 157,620,897
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 IV.J Segment Information The City issued revenue bonds and certificates of obligation to finance additions and improvements to its Water and Sewer facilities and construction costs and improvements to its State Office Building. Investors in the bonds and certificates rely solely on the revenue generated by the individual activities for repayment. Financial information for the Water and Sewer funds (major funds) is reported separately in the proprietary funds statement of net assets, statement of activities, and statement of cash flows. Summary financial information for the State Office Building fund is presented below: Condensed Statement of Net Assets Assets Current Assets Capital Assets Other Non-Current Assets Total Assets Liabilities Current Liabilities Noncurrent Liabilities Due Within One Year Noncurrent Liabilities Due After One Year Total Liabilities Net Assets Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt Unrestricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ $ $ $ $ ! $ $ Condensed Statement of Revenues. Expenses. and Changes in Net Assets Revenues Pledged for Payment of Bonds and COs Cost of Sales and Services and Administrative Depreciation and Amortization Operating Income Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses) Investment Income Interest Expense Change in Net Assets Net Assets - Beginnin g Net Assets - Ending Condensed Statement of Cash Flows Net Cash Provided (Used) by: Operating Activities Non-Capital Financing Activities Capital and Related Financing Activities Investing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash Cash and Cash Equivalents - Beginning Cash and Cash Equivalents - Ending $ ( ! ($ ! ($ $ $ ($ $ 63 80,274 4,064,634 -04,144,908 202,026 304,572 2,711,385 3,217,983 1,084,755 157,830) 926,925 4,144,908 1,161,119 945,427) 222,982) 7,290) 487 103,929) 110,732) 1,037,657 926,925 429,881 -0475,566) 21,036 24,649) 66,109 41,460
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 V. OTHER INFORMATION V.A. Risk Management The City is exposed to various risks of loss related to torts; theft of, damage to, and destruction of assets; errors and omissions; and natural disasters for which the government carries commercial insurance. The City manages these various risks of loss as follows: Risk Category General/ Professional Liability Workers' Compensation Property Damage Employee/Retiree Health Pollution Liability Retained Risk Deductibles up to $500,000 Commercial Insurance Purchased Up to $10,000,000 Less Deductible $500,000/ Occurrence / Person $10,000 to $25,000 100% of Risk $10,000 $1,OOO,OOO/Occur/Yr. Less Retained Risk Up to $143,503,324 Less Deductibles None $1,000,000 The amount of settlements for each of the past three fiscal years has not exceeded insurance coverage. Coverages have not changed from the prior year. All of the City's funds participate in the employee/retiree health, property and casualty, and workers' compensation programs and make payments to the internal service funds based on actuarial estimates for liability and workers' compensation in amounts needed to pay prior and current year claims and to establish "reserves" for catastrophic losses. The payments for employee/retiree health were the amounts previously paid for commercial insurance coverage. The estimate calculation includes costs such as legal fees and expert witnesses but excludes general administrative and risk management services as well as costs of excess coverages and actuarial fees. The reserves (reported as unrestricted net assets) at year-end were $1,100,401, $1,199,887, and $45,626 for employee/retiree health, property and casualty, and workers compensation, respectively. The claims liabilities reported in the funds are based on an actuarial estimate for property and casualty, workers compensation, and claims payments after year-end for employee/retiree health. The actuarial liabilities are discounted to present value using a 3% annual investment return on assets held in support of the liabilities and are based on industry payments modified by the City's actual experience. Changes in the funds' liabilities for the past two fiscal years were as follows: September 30,2010 FYll Incurred FYll Paid September 30, 2011 FY12 Incurred FY12 Paid September 30,2012 Employee/ Retired Health 259,687 $ 3,353,257 ( 3 1230 1244) 382,700 $ 717,587 ( 329 1958) 770,329 $ Property & Casualty 583,943 $ 56,149 187 1241) ( 452,851 $ 701,954 329 1958) ( 824,847 $ 64 Workers' Coml2ensation $ 1,099,380 479,933 464,925) ( 1,114,388 $ 844,831 505 1506) 1,453,713 ~ $ ( $ ( $ Total 1,943,010 3,889,339 3,882 1410) 1,949,939 2,264,372 1,165 1422) 3,048,889
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 V.B. Commitments and Contingencies Construction Commitments At year-end, the City had the following major projects in progress: Original Project Descri~tions Hickory Water Supply Transmission Funding Source Spent to Contract Date Balance $39,000,000 $21,215,806 $17,784,194 2,729,464 2,797,140 67,676) 12,853,000 1,863,239 10,989,761 14,140,000 5,604,479 8,535,521 1/2 Cent Sales Tax, Water Hickory Water Supply Fund '12 Cent Sales Tax, Water Fund 'h Cent Sales Tax, Water Fund 'h Cent Sales Tax, Water Fund Concho Park & Trail 'h Cent Sales Tax 9,300,000 6,355,184 2,944,816 Hickory Water Supply Hickory Water Supply Pump Station City Hall & Health Building Certificates of Obligation 9,083,000 10,679,800 ( 1,596,800) Terminal Renovations FAA Grants and PFC 5,925,715 659,792 5,265,923 50th Street & Grape Creek 1/2 Cent Sales Tax 3,546,613 3,327,863 218,750 High Service Pump Station Water Fund 3,708,200 2,840,589 867,611 Community Aquatics Facility '12 Cent Sales Tax 2,725,000 2,649,851 75,149 V.C. Federal Assistance Programs Amounts received or receivable from grantor agencies are subject to adjustments by the grantor agencies, principally the federal government, upon review of audit reports on those programs. Any disallowed claims, including amounts already collected, may constitute a liability of the applicable funds. The amount, if any, of expenditures that may be disallowed by the grantors cannot be determined at this time. V.D. Litigation The City is a defendant in several lawsuits. Lawsuits pending on September 30, 2012 represented no material adverse financial impact to the City. Any potential judgments or awards related to these lawsuits are included in the loss reserves and estimated claims payable from the City's Self-Insurance Funds. VI. EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT BENEFITS The City contributes to a single-employer defined benefit pension plan (San Angelo Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund), which covers fire department employees. The City also provides a non-traditional hybrid defined benefit plan through the statewide municipal retirement system (Texas Municipal Retirement System) for the remainder of the City's employees. Additionally, the City provides an alternative to Social Security for part-time, seasonal, and temporary employees and a post-employment health benefit plan. VI.A. Defined Benefit Plan Plan Description The Board of Trustees of the San Angelo Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund is the administrator of a single-employer defined benefit pension plan. This pension fund is a trust fund. The Board acts independently of the governing body of the City. The plan is established under the authority of the Texas Local Firefighters' Retirement Act (TLFFRA). The plan covers current and former firefighters of the City of San Angelo, as well as certain beneficiaries of former firefighters. The plan provides service retirement, death, and disability and withdrawal benefits. These benefits become fully vested after 20 years of credited service. A partially vested deferred benefit is available for firefighters who terminate employment with at least 10, but 65
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 less than 20, years of service. Employees may retire at age 50 with 20 years of service. A reduced early service retirement benefit is available for employees who terminate employment with 20 or more years of service regardless of age. The plan, as amended in September 2007, provides a monthly normal service retirement benefit, payable in a joint and 72% to surviving spouse form of annuity. The monthly benefit is equal to 67.5% of highest 48-month average salary plus $230 per month for each year of service in excess of 20 years for fire fighters hired prior to May 1, 1986. The monthly benefit is equal to 66% of highest 48-month average salary plus $230 per month for each year of services in excess of 20 years for fire fighters hired after April 30, 1986. A firefighter has the option to participate in the Optional Retirement Program (ORP) or the Retroactive Deferred Retirement Option Program (RETRO DROP), which will provide a lump sum benefit and a reduced monthly benefit upon termination of employment. A joint and 100% surviving spouse option is also available instead of the standard joint and 72% to surviving spouse form. Effective January 1, 1997, the plan was amended to provide automatic post-retirement benefit increases of 1.2% per year deferred to begin at age 61 for firefighters retiring after January 1, 1997. In addition, the fund has authority to provide, and has periodically in the past provided for, ad hoc post-retirement benefit increases. An ad hoc post-retirement benefit increase to retirees as on January 1, 2002 was granted. The benefit provisions of this plan are authorized by the TLFFRA. TLFFRA provides the authority and procedure to amend benefit provisions. Annual reports including required supplementary information can be obtained from the Board of Trustees of the San Angelo Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund, P.O. Box 1751, San Angelo, Texas 76902. Funding Policy The contribution proviSIOns of this plan are authorized by TLFFRA. TLFFRA provides the authority and procedure to change the amount of contributions determined as a percentage of pay by each firefighter and a percent of payroll by the City. While the contributions requirements are not actuarially determined, state law requires that each plan of benefits adopted by the plan must be approved by an eligible actuary. The actuary certifies that the contribution commitment by the firefighters and the city provides an adequate financing arrangement. The City's annual pension cost for the current year and related information is as follows: Contribution Rates: City - Firefighters hired before May 1986 City - Firefighters hired before April 1986 Plan Members Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Cost Method Amortization Method Remaining Amortization Period Asset Valuation Method Actuarial Assumptions: Inflation Rate Investment Return Rate Projected Salary Increases Projected Payroll Growth Rate Post-Retirement Cost-of-Living Adjustments 21.65% required 21.65% made 20.20% required 20.20% made 14.20% required 14.20% made 12/31/2011 Latest Actuarial Update Aggregate Entry Age Normal Actuarial Cost Level Percentage of Projected Payroll 49 Years 5 - Year Smoothing Method for All Years 4 .0% 7.9% Graduated scale based on firefighter age 4 .0% 1.2%* * Deferred to begin the January after age 63 for firefighters retiring after January 1, 1997. 66
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Annual Pension Cost and Net Pension Obligation The City's Annual Pension Cost (APC) and Net Pension Obligation (NPO) as of September 30, 2012 are as follows: Annual Required Contribution (ARC) Interest on NPO Adjustment to the ARC Annual Pension Cost (APC) Contributions Made Increase in Net Pension Obligation Net Pension Obligation/(Asset), Beginning of Year Net Pension Obligation/(Asset), End of Year $ $ ( $ $ 2,364,055 50,323 34,436) 2,379,942 1,876,571) 503,371 637,000 1,140,371 Three-Year Trend Information Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2009 2010 2011 Annual Pension Cost Actual Contribution Made Percentage of APC Contributed Net Pension Obligation/ (Asset) $2,002,138 $2,121,769 $2,379,942 $1,844,212 $1,856,260 $1,876,571 92. 1% 87.5% 78.8% $ 371,491 $ 637,000 $1,140,371 VI.B. Hybrid Defined Benefit Plan Plan Description The City provides pension benefits for all of its full-time employees, except fire department employees, through a non-traditional, joint contributory, hybrid defined benefit plan in the statewide Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS), an agent multiple-employer public employee retirement system. The plan provisions that have been adopted by the City are within the options available in the governing state statutes of TMRS. Each of the 837 municipalities have an annual, individual actuarial valuation performed. All assumptions for the December 31, 2010 valuations are contained in the 2010 TMRS Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, a copy of which may be obtained by writing to TMRS, P.O. Box 149153, Austin, TX 787149153 or by calling 800-924-8677. In addition, the report is available on TMRS' website at www.TMRS.com. Benefits depend upon the sum of the employee's contributions to the plan, with interest, and the Cityfinanced monetary credits, with interest. At the date the plan began, the City granted monetary credits for service rendered before the plan began of a theoretical amount at least equal to two times what would have been contributed by the employee, with interest, prior to establishment of the plan. Monetary credits for service since the plan began are a percent (100%, 150%, or 200%) of the employee's accumulated contributions. In addition, the City can grant, as often as annually, another type of monetary credit referred to as an updated service credit, which is a theoretical amount. This amount, when added to the employee's accumulated contributions and the monetary credits for service since the plan began, would be equal to the total monetary credits and employee contributions (accumulated with interest). This is assuming the current employee contribution rate and City matching percent have always been in existence and the employee's salary had always been the average of his salary in the last three years that are one year before the effective date. At retirement, the benefit is calculated as if the sum of the employee's accumulated contributions with interest and the employer-fmanced monetary credits with interest were used to purchase an annuity. The plan provisions are adopted by the governing body of the City, within the options available in the state statues governing TMRS. Plan provisions for the City were as follows: Funding Policy Under the state law governing TMRS, the contribution rate for each city is determined annually by the actuary, using the Projected Unit Credit actuarial cost method. This rate consists of the normal cost 67
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 contribution rate and the prior service cost contribution rate, which is calculated to be a level percent of payroll from year to- year. The normal cost contribution rate finances the portion of an active member's projected benefit allocated annually; the prior service contribution rate amortizes the unfunded (overfunded) actuarial liability (asset) over the applicable period for that city. Both the normal cost and prior service contribution rates include recognition of the projected impact of annually repeating benefits, such as Updated Service Credits and Annuity Increases. Annual Pension Cost and Net Pension Obligation The City contributes to the TMRS Plan at an actuarially determined rate. Both the employees and the City make contributions monthly. Since the City needs to know its contribution rate in advance for budgetary purposes, there is a one-year delay between the actuarial valuation that serves as the basis for the rate and the calendar year when the rate goes into effect. The annual pension cost and net pension obligation, as of September 30,2012 is as follows: Annual Required Contribution (ARC) Interest on Net Pension Obligation Adjustment to the ARC Annual Pension Cost (APC) Contributions Made Increase (Decrease) in Net Pension Net Pension Obligation/(Asset), Beginning of Year Net Pension Obligation/(Asset), End of Year $ $ ( $ $ 6,464,227 161,071 138,457) 6,486,841 5,412,916) 1,073,925 2,301,016 3,374,941 The required contribution rates for the fiscal year ended September 31, 2012 was determined as part of the December 31, 2010actuarial valuations. Information as of the latest actuarial valuation, December 31,2010, follows: December 31,2010 Projected Unit Credit Level Percent of Payroll 27 Years; Closed Period 10-Year Smoothed Market Valuation Date Actuarial Cost Method Amortization Method Amortization Period Asset Valuation Method Actuarial Assumptions: Investment Rate of Return Projected Salary Increases Inflation Rate Cost of Living Adjustments 7.0% Varies by Age / Service 3.0% 1.5% Three Year Trend Information Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2010 2011 2012 Annual Pension Cost Actual Contribution Made Percentage of APC Contributed Net Pension Obligation $6,582,106 $6,404,443 $6,486,841 $5,433,644 $5,251,889 $5,412,916 82% 82% 83% $1,148,462 $2,301,016 $3,374,941 Funding Status and Funding Progress In June 2011, SB 350 was enacted by the Texas Legislature, resulting in a restructure of the TMRS funds. This legislation provided for the actuarial valuation to be completed, as if restructuring had occurred on December 31, 2010. In addition, the actuarial assumptions were updated for the new fund structure, based on an actuarial experience study that was adopted by the TMRS Board at their May 2011 meeting (the review 68
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 compared actual to expected experience for the four-year period of January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2009). For a complete description of the combined impact of the legislation and new actuarial assumptions, including the effects on TMRS city rates and funding ratios, please see the December 31, 2010 TMRS Comprehensive Annual financial Report (CAFR). The funded status as of December 31, 2010, under the two separate actuarial valuations is presented as follows: UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial percentage Actuarial Accrued Valuation Date Liability (AAL) Covered of Covered Value of Funded Unfunded Assets Ratio AAL (UAAL) Payroll Payroll 1 2 4 5 6 3 2-1 1 /2 4/5 185.9% $110,713,017 52. 1% $52,983,086 $28,499,399 12/31/2010(1) $57,729,931 136.7% 76.9% $38,957,149 $28,499,399 12/31/2010(2) $129,794,149 $168,751,298 (1) Actuarial valuation performed under the original fund structure. (2) Actuarial valuation performed under the new fund structure. The schedule of funding progress, presented as required supplementary information following the notes to the financial statements, presents the six-year historical trend information relative to the funding progress and employer contributions. Actuarial valuations involve estimates of the value of reported amounts and assumptions about the probability of events far into the future. Actuarially determined amounts are subject to continual revision as actual results are compared to past expectations and new estimates are made about the future. Actuarial calculations are based on the benefits provided under the terms of the substantive plan in effect at the time of each valuation, and reflect a long-term perspective. Consistent with that perspective, actuarial methods and assumptions used include techniques that are designed to reduce short-term volatility in actuarial accrued liabilities and the actuarial value of assets. The schedule of funding progress, presented as Required Supplementary Information following the notes to the financial statements, presents multi-year trend information about whether the actuarial value of plan assets is increasing or decreasing over time relative to the actuarial accrued liability of benefits. VI.C. Other Post-Retirement Benefits Plan Description In addition to the pension benefits discussed above, the City of San Angelo offers its retirees and their dependents medical and prescription drug coverage for life. The pre-65 retirees can choose from among the three actives plans - the high, medium, or low plan. The post-65 retirees are offered a fully insured Medicare supplement plan with Hartford. The plan was frozen as of January 1, 2000 and only employees hired before then are allowed to participate in the plan and receive the City's subsidy. Thus, the group is closed at this time, and the liability will eventually decrease to zero. The plan is not accounted for as a trust fund, as an irrevocable trust has not been established to account for the plan. The plan does not issue a separate financial report. For the pre-65 retirees, in theory, contributions are such that the City subsidizes the same amount toward coverage regardless of the tier or plan the retiree has chosen. In practice, however, the dependents are actuarially more costly than assumed. Consequently, though the intent of the City is that the dependents pay their full cost, in reality, some of that cost is subsidized by the City and thus generates a liability. This is not true with the post-65 retirees. Their cost is priced appropriately so the dependents do pay full cost, are not subsidized and therefore, there is no GASB liability for them. 69
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Funding Policy The plan premium rates are determined annually in collaboration with an outside employee benefits actuarial and consulting firm, and are approved by the San Angelo City Council. By providing retirees with access to the City's healthcare plans, based on the same rates it charges to active employees, the City is in effect providing a subsidy to retirees. This implied subsidy exists because on average, retiree health care costs are higher than active employee healthcare costs. By the City not contributing anything toward this plan in advance, the City employs a pay-as-you-go method through paying the higher rate for active employees each year. Beginning with fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, the City of San Angelo is required to account for their retiree medical plan using the Governmental Standards Accounting Board Statement Number 45 (GASB 45). Whereas before, these benefits were accounted for on a "pay-as-you-go" basis, now they must be accrued not when they are paid but when they are earned, i.e. during active service. Thus, during each year of active service, a piece of the present value of the future retirement benefit must be accrued so that when the employee reaches retirement age, the benefit is fully accrued. The key actuarial results are as follows: Actuarial Present Value of Benefits Actuarial Accrued Liability Annual Required Contribution Expected Net Benefits Net OPEB Obligation $ 91,017,000 87,443,000 4,733,000 2,555,000 6,413,000 The actuarial present value of benefits is the total cost of the program in today's dollars. The accrued liability is the piece of the present value of benefits that is allocated to prior service. It is the liability that would have been recognized had the City been accounting on a GASB 45 basis all along. That amount is being amortized over time. The annual required contribution (ARC) is the amount the City needs to accrue for the year to cover both the following year of benefit accrual (the normal cost) and the amortization of the accrued liability. The expected net benefits are the projection of medical claims and expenses net of retiree contributions expected during the year. Finally, the net OPEB obligation is the difference between the ARC and the expected benefits. It is the piece of the cumulative ARCs that has gone unfunded. The actuarial accrued liability increased 6% from the prior valuation in 2009 from $82,326,000 to $87,443,000 . .A drop in the census caused an 8% decrease in the liability. The discount rate was increased from 4.25% to 4.5%. This is the long term "unfunded" discount rate. This assumes that general assets will achieve a 1% real rate of return and that the long-term historical inflation rate has been 3.5%. The following table shows the three components of the annual required contribution. The first component is the normal cost. This represents the accrual for the benefits that will be earned by the employees in the coming year. The supplemental cost or unrecognized liability has two components: the initial liability when GASB 45 was first implemented and the gain/loss. The initial liability is the amount that should have been accrued to date by the City when GASB 45 was first adopted. Instead of requiring immediate recognition of this liability, GASB 45 allowed a "catch-up" amortization of this amount over several years. A gain/loss occurs when the actual experience differs from the expected experience either from a change in the experience or a change in the assumptions, method, or plan provisions. In this case, the actual experience produced a liability that was greater than the expected liability thus producing an actuarial loss. The third component of the ARC is the amortization of the net obligation. If the employer does not fully fund the ARC, there is an outstanding obligation at the end of the year. That obligation gets amortized over time, and the amortization then becomes a component of the ARC in the following year. 70
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Year Ended September 30, 2012 Normal Cost Component Normal Cost Supplemental Cost Unrecognized Liability Amortization Amortization of Net OPEB Obligation Net OPEB Obligation (Beginning of Year) Amortization Annual Required Contribution $ 811,276 83,458,379 3,871,267 6,413,223 261,581 4,944,124 $ Annual OPEB Costs and Net OPEB Obligation The following table calculates the OPEB cost and obligation. The OPEB cost is the amount that needs to be funded each year. It consists of the annual required contribution (ARC) plus interest on any outstanding obligation from prior years. The net OPEB obligation is the cumulative difference between the OPEB cost and the employer contribution. It is the amount of the OPEB cost that remains "unfunded." Not fully funding the OPEB cost leads to an increase in the net OPEB obligation at the end of the year. Net OPEB Obligation Annual Required Contribution Interest on Net OPEB Obligation Adjustment to ARC Annual OPEB Cost Employer Contribution Increase in Net OPEB Obligation Net Obligation (Beginning of Year) Net Obligation (Ending of Year) $ $ ( $ Year Ended September 30, 2012 4,944,124 288,595 261,581) 4,971,138 2,554,910) 2,416,228 6,413,223 8,829,451 The City's annual OPEB cost, the percentage of annual OPEB cost contributed to the plan, and the net unfunded OPEB obligation were as follows: Fiscal Year Ending September 30,2010 September 30,2011 September 30,2012 AnnualOPEB Cost $4,575,000 $4,750,328 $4,971,138 Employer Contribution $2,570,000 $2,349,105 $2,554,910 Percentage Contributed 56.2% 49.5% 51.4% Net OPEB Obligation $4,012,000 $6,413,222 $8,829,451 Funded Status The following table shows what percent of the liability is funded and what percent of the covered payroll the unfunded liability represents. Since there is no additional funding required, there are no assets, and consequently, the funded ratio is 0%. Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL) Actuarial Value of Assets Unfunded Actuarial Accrued Liability (UAAL) Funded Ratio Estimated Covered Payroll UAAL as a Percentage of Payroll September 30,2012 $ 89,823,421 -0- $ $ 71 89,823,421 0% 38,358,857 234.2%
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Actuarial valuations involve estimates of the value of reported amounts and assumptions about the probability of events in the future . Examples include assumptions about future employment, mortality, and the healthcare cost trend. Amounts determined regarding the status of the plan and the annual required contributions of the employer are subject to continual revision as actual results are compared to past expectations and new estimates are made about the future. The schedule of funding progress, presented as required supplementary information following the notes to the financial statements, presents multiyear trend information about whether the actuarial value of plan assets is increasing or decreasing over time relative to the actuarial accrued liabilities for benefits. Actuarial Methods and Assumptions Projections of benefits are based on the substantive plan (the plan understood by the employer and plan members) and include the type of benefits in force at the valuation date and the pattern of sharing benefits between the City and the plan members at that point. Actuarial calculations reflect a long-term perspective and employ methods and assumptions that are designed to reduce the short-term volatility in actuarial accrued liabilities and the actuarial value of assets. Significant methods and assumptions used for this fiscal year's valuation are as follows: Actuarial Methods: Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Cost Method Amortization Method Amortization Period Asset Valuation Method September 30, 2011 Projected Unit Credit Level Percentage of Payroll 30 Years (Open) N/A Actuarial Assumptions: Investment Rate of Return Healthcare Inflation Rate Projected Salary Increases Post-Retirement Benefit Increases Healthcare Cost Trend Rate 1% 3 .5% 3% 8% 9 .5% VI.D. Part-Time, Seasonal, and Temporary Employees Alternatives to Social Security Starting May 1, 2007, employees not eligible to participate in TMRS began participating in an alternative to Social Security. Under the Part-Time Alternative Retirement System (PARS) City part-time staff no longer contribute 6.2% of their salary to Social Security. Rather, they contribute 6 .2% of their salary into PARS. The City contributes 1.3% of the employee's salary to that same PARS. The employee's PARS deduction is pre-tax and the contributions are kept in a trust that can either be paid out (with tax penalty) when the employee's employment with the City ends, or rolled into an individual retirement account (IRA). The City's contributions to the PARS accounts in the current year were $7,649. v. NEW ACCOUNTING PRONOUNCEMENTS The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has issued several new accounting pronouncements, which will be effective in subsequent years. A description of the new accounting pronouncements, the fiscal year in which they are effective, and the City's consideration of the impact of these pronouncements are described below: Statement No. 60, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Service Concession Arrangements - GASB No. 60 addresses issues related to service concession arrangements (SCA's) , which are a type of public-private or public-public partnership This Statement applies only to those arrangements in which specific criteria determining whether a transferor has control over the facility are met. Management is still evaluating the effect this Statement will have on the City's financial statements. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30,2013. 72
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Basic Financial Statements For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Statement No. 61, The Financial Reporting Entity: Omnibus - An Amendment ofGASB Statements No. 14 and No. 34 - GASB No. 61 modifies certain requirements for inclusion of component units as if they were part of the primary government (that is, blending) in certain circumstances. Earlier application is encouraged. The City does not believe that the adoption of GASB No. 61 will have a significant impact on its financial statement presentation. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30, 2013. Statement No. 62, Codification of Accounting and Financial Reporting Guidance Contained in Pre-November 30, 1989 FASB and AICPA Pronouncements - GASB No. 62 is intended to enhance the usefulness of its Codification by incorporating guidance that previously could only be found in certain FASB and AICPA pronouncements. The City does not believe that the adoption of GASB No. 62 will have a significant impact on its financial position, activities, or cash flows, or its financial statement presentation. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30, 2013. Statement No. 63, Financial Reporting of Deferred Outflows of Resources, Deferred Inflows of Resources, and Net Position - GASB No. 63 provides financial reporting guidance for deferred outflows of resources and deferred inflows of resources. Previous fmancial reporting standards do not include guidance for reporting those financial statement elements, which are distinct from assets and liabilities. Adoption of this statement will require the City to make changes in its financial statement presentation. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30,2013. Statement No. 65, Items Previously Reported as Assets and Liabilities - GASB No. 65 establishes accounting and financial reporting standards that reclassify, as deferred outflows of resources or deferred inflows of resources, certain items that were previously reported as assets and liabilities and recognizes, as outflows of resources (expenses) or inflows of resources (revenues), certain items that were previously recognized as assets and liabilities. The City has not quantified the effects of adoption of GASB No. 65 on its net position. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30, 2014. Statement No. 68 - Accounting and Financial Reporting for Pensions, an Amendment of GASB Statement No. 27 - GASB No. 68 establishes standards for measuring and recognizing liabilities, deferred outflows of resources, deferred inflows of resources, and pension expenses. GASB No. 68 also details the recognition and disclosure requirements for employers with liabilities to a defined benefit pension plan and for employers whose employees are provided with defined contribution pensions. Defined benefit pensions are further classified by GASB No. 68 as single employer plans, agent employer plans and cost-sharing plans, and recognition and disclosure requirements are addressed for each classification. GASB No. 68 was issued in June 2012, and the City has not yet determined the impact that implementation of GASB No. 68 will have on its net position. The Statement is effective for fiscal years ended September 30,2015. 73
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  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Budgetary Comparison Schedule - General Fund For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Budgeted Amounts Original Final Modified Accrual Actual Amounts Adjustments Variance With Final BudgetPositive (Negative) Budget Basis REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drin k Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeitures Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Ar bitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues EXPENDITURES Current: General Government: City Council City Ma nager Legal Public Information Construction Management Finance Information Services Purchasing Personnel Non-Departmental Total General Government Pu blic Safety: Municipal Court Police Fire Communications School Crossing Guards DARE Program Total Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation: Public Works Traffic Control Signal Control Streets & Bridges Landfill Planning & Zoning Permits & Inspections Total Public Works & Transportation $ 25.203.441 13 .328.503 4.378,434 1.390.000 262 .880 44.307 784,553 $ 25.203.441 13.425.503 4.378 .434 1.390.000 262 .880 44.307 784.553 $ -0- -0- 5.108.966 3 .345.825 5.570.789 3.345.825 25.711.310 15.088.728 3.885.969 2.237.409 210.199 41.804 736.870 -06 .313.944 2 .994 .371 47.072 -0-0- 47.072 63.903 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- 1.364 -0- -0- 400.122 $ 54.294.103 556.894 $ 55.009.698 $ $ $ 121 ;543 $ 617.388 818.024 141.540 252 .288 1.510.860 526,471 196.555 364,785 6,490.000 11 .039.454 $ 127.743 635 .288 938.024 141 .540 252 .288 1.508.143 519.271 281.140 364.785 5.482.249 10.250.471 2 .244.783 14.887.720 13 .753.580 1.230.507 114. 195 2 .858.840 15.202.301 13.787.400 1. 137. 107 114. 195 $ $ $ $ $ -0- -0- $ 32 .230.785 $ 33 .099.843 $ $ $ $ 328.186 329.933 -0- $ -0- 801.584 5.239.698 673.675 1.137.434 717.641 8.898.218 810.836 4 .501 .598 673 .675 1.140,490 731.045 8.187.577 $ 75 $ $ $ 25.794.293 15.088.728 -03 .885.969 -02 .237.409 -0210. 199 -041 .804 736.870 -0-0-0525.929) 5.788.015 -02 .994.371 $ -0- 17.832 -0-0- -0-0- -01.364 -0-0-0748.044 441.945) $ 57.591 .970 1.364 -0- 101,710 $ 634.367 895.838 158.450 364.371 1.432.795 476.578 213.820 349.309 5 .243.434 9 .870.672 $ 2.158.840 $ 16.042.370 14.249.727 1.091 .042 118.511 -033.660.490 $ $ $ 590.852 1.663.225 492 .465) 847.409 52.681) 2.503) 47.683) -0217.226 351.454) 64.904 1.001 -0- 748,044 58.033.915 ($ 323.480 25 831.150 3 .346 .482 1.105.557 1.120.070 715.203 7.441 .967 82.983 $ $ 9 .870.672 -0-0- $ $ 101 .710 634.367 895.838 158.450 364.371 1.432 .795 476 .578 213.820 349.309 5 .243.434 -0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 2.158.840 16.042.370 14.249.727 1,091.042 118.511 -0$ 33.660,490 $ $ 323.480 25 831.150 3.346.482 1. 105.557 1.120.070 715.203 7.441.967 $ 191 . 150 2.582.272 26.033 921 42.186 16 .910) 112.083) 75.348 42 .693 67 .320 15.476 238.815 _$'---_3=-7....:9..:... .7....:9...:.9_ $ ( ( ($ $ ( ( $ 700.000 840.069) 462.327) 46 .065 4 .316) -0560.647) 6 .453 25) 20.314) 1. 155 . 116 431 .882) 20.420 15.842 745.610
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Budgetary Comparison Schedule - General Fund For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Budgeted Amounts Original Final Pu blic Facilities: City Ha ll Total Public Facilities Health & Human Services: Health Department Animal Control Code Compliance Socia l Services Total Health & Human Services Culture, Parks & Recreation: Parks Museum Recreation Golf Course Cemetery River Stage Total Culture, Parks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Reven ues Over (Under) Expenditures Modified Accrual Actual Amounts Adjustments Budget Basis Variance With Final Budget Positive (Negative) $ $ 578,409 578,409 $ $ 611,801 611,801 $ $ 572 ,268 572,268 $ $ -0-0- $ $ 572,268 572,268 $ $ 39,533 39,533 $ 110,506 758,288 400,094 55,423 1,324,311 $ 110,506 737,288 400,094 55,423 1,303,311 $ 96,224 732,193 385,887 55,423 1,269 ,727 $ -0-0-0-0-0- $ 96 ,224 731,875 296,440 55,423 1,179,962 $ 14,282 5 ,413 103,654 -0123,349 3,416,905 -01,014,878 75,000 -0-04,506,783 $ 3,396,905 -01,017,878 93,750 -0-04,508,533 $ 3,454,515 -0851,987 113,750 -0-04 ,420,252 $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ -0-0$ 58 ,577,960 $ -0-0$ 57,961 ,536 $ $ $ -0-0-0- $ $ -0-057,235,376 73,049 $ 2,506,874 $ 2 ,269,730 $ -0- $ $ -0-059,505,106 $ -0-0-0- $ $ $ $ $ -0-0$ 58,651,009 $ $ -0-0$ 60,468,410 $ $ $ $ $ $ 3,060,961 301,431 922,907 113,750 16,732 -04,415,781 $ $ ( $ 335,944 301,431) 94,971 20,000) 16 ,732) -092,752 -0-0$ 57 , 141,140 $ $ -0-0820,396 2,198,252 $ 308,622 -0-0$ 59,339,392 $ -0-01,129,018 ($ 4,356,906) ($ 5,458,712) ($ 1,471,191) ($ 441,945) ($ 1,747,422) $ 3 ,7 11,290 $ 8,361,920 105,750 4,115,858) 4,351,812 1,106,900) $ $ $ 4 ,737,195 $ 144,570 468,715) 4,413,050 $ 2,941,859 ($ -0-0-0-0441,945) ($ 220 ,1 48 127,587 468,715) 120,980) 1,868,402) ($ $ $ 7 ,293 ,760 $ 105,7 50 4 ,095 ,858 ( 11,495,368 $ 7,138,462 ($ ($ 8,141,772) 21,837 3,647,143 4,472,792) 761,502) $ 4,857,541 ( 11 ,996,003 ($ 837,977) 1,944,877) $ 12,610,500 ( 15,552,359 ($ 8,305 ,660) ( 8,747,605) ($ 2,369 ,550) 4,237 ,952) $ 1,531,573 2,293,075 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending 76 ( $ ( ($ ($
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Budgetary Comparison Schedule - (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Major Special Revenue Fund Development Corporation For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Budgeted Amounts Original Final REVENUES Taxes: Sales Charges for Services Investment Income: Interest Total Revenues EXPENDITURES Current: Economic Development Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USESl Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending $ $ 6,664 ,251 604,491 14,150 7 ,282,892 $ 6,664,251 604 ,491 14,150 7 ,282 ,892 $ $ 7,544 ,383 958 ,948 14,676 8 ,518,007 $ $ 880,132 354,457 526 1,235, 115 11,277,473 11,277,473 $ $ 3 ,276,248 3 ,276,248 $ $ $ 8 ,001 ,225 8,001,225 ($ 3,994,581) ($ 3 ,994,581) $ 5 ,241,759 $ 9,236,340 ($ 4 ,220,000) ($ 4 ,220 ,000) ($ 8,214,581) ($ 4,220 ,000) 4,220 ,000) 8 ,214,581) ($ ($ ($ 9,421,149) 9 ,421 , 149) 4,179 ,390) 4 ,351,205) ( 12 ,565,786) ($ 1,271 ,804) 9,486 ,385) $ 14,191 , 183 10,011 ,793 $ $ ($ ($ ( ($ 11,277,473 11 ,277,473 $ Actual Variance With Final Budget Positive (Negative) 77 $ ($ 13 ,641 ,149) 13,641,149) 4,404,809) ($ ($ $ 15,462 ,987 11 ,058 ,178
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Notes to the Budgetary Comparison Schedules For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Required supplementary information includes financial information and disclosures that are required by the GASB but are not considered a part of the basic financial statements. Such information includes budgetary comparison schedules for the General Fund, each major Special Revenue Fund, and the Capital Project Fund with an annual appropriated budget. Budgetary Accounting and Control Prior to the beginning of each fiscal year, the City Manager submits a proposed annual budget to the City Council for the general, special revenue, debt service, permanent fund, enterprise, and internal service funds. The budgets for the enterprise and internal service funds are for internal management purposes. Public hearings are held to obtain Citizen's comments on the proposed budget. The budget is legally enacted prior to October 1 of each year by the adoption of a general appropriations ordinance. Expenditures cannot exceed the total appropriations at the fund total level. Changes in the total budget for a fund can only be made by amendments approved by City Council. Management, without City Council approval, can make changes within and between departments in a fund which does not change the total budget for that fund . Budget amounts shown in the budgetary comparison schedules represent the budget as amended. Project-length financial plans are adopted for expenditure of grants, contributions, and/or long-term debt proceeds in the Community Development and Home Program special revenue funds and the capital projects funds. The Santa Fe Park Trust permanent fund is not budgeted. The City utilizes encumbrances accounting under which purchase orders, contracts and other commitments for the expenditure funds are recorded in order to reserve a portion of the applicable appropriation . Encumbered appropriations at year-end are lapsed, and encumbrances to be honored are reappropriated in the following budget year. Budgetary basis for some funds differs from GAAP in several ways. Governmental funds' budgets do not include certain revenue and expenditure accruals and deferrals. Budgets for the proprietary funds are substantially on a governmental funds modified accrual basis, which differs from the accrual basis required by GAAP. A column for adjustments from GAAP basis to the budgetary basis, where applicable, is provided for the budgetary comparisons. 78
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Funding Progress For the Year Ended September 30,2012 SAN ANGELO FIREMEN'S RELIEF AND RETIREMENT FUND Schedule of Funding Progress (Unaudited) Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Value of Assets 1 Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL) 2 12/31/2011 12/31/2009 12/31/2008 12/31/2006 12/31/2004 12/31/2002 $49,895,449 $47,962,971 $40,665,541 $41 ,777 ,358 $36, 182, 167 $31 ,268,291 $76,889,897 $69,453,814 $66, 145, 185 $53,745,940 $45,461,675 $43,863,045 Funded Ratio 3 1 /2 64.89% 69.06% 61.48% 77.73% 79.96% 71.29% Unfunded AAL (UAAL) 4 2-1 $26,994,448 $21 ,490,843 $25,479,644 $11 ,968,582 $9,279,508 $12,594,754 Covered Payroll 5 $9,556,787 $8,945,509 $8,329,933 $7,536,092 $6,741,906 $6, 196,924 UAALasa percentage of Covered Payroll 6 4/5 282.46% 240.24% 305.88% 158.82% 137.64% 203.24% TEXAS MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM (TMRS) Schedule of Funding Progress (Unaudited) Actuarial Valuation Date 12/31/2010(1) 12/31/2010(2) 12/31/2009 12/31/2008 12/31/2007 12/31/2006 12/31/2005 Actuarial Value of Assets 1 $57,729,931 $129,794, 149 $55,995,595 $55,982,301 $53,863,649 $55,054,967 $52,353,853 Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL) 2 $110,713,017 $168,751 ,298 $108,147,619 $113,592,021 $108,879,362 $89,473,086 $84,552,476 Funded Ratio 3 1 /2 52.1% 76.9% 51.8% 49.3% 49.47% 61.53% 61.92% Unfunded AAL (UAAL) 4 2-1 $52,983,086 $38,957, 149 $52,152,024 $57,609,720 $55,015,713 $34,418, 119 $32,198,623 Covered Payroll 5 $28,499,399 $28,499,399 $28,684,399 $26,985,514 $24,205,889 $23,488,624 $23,015,145 UAALasa percentage of Covered Payroll 6 4/5 185.9% 136.7% 181.8% 213.5% 227.28% 146.53% 139.90% (1) Actuarial valuation performed under the original fund structure. (2) Actuarial valuation performed under the new fund structure. OTHER POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS Schedule of Funding Progress (Unaudited) Actuarial Valuation Date Actuarial Value of Assets 1 Actuarial Accrued Liability (AAL) 2 09/30/2012 09/30/2011 09/30/2010 09/30/2009 $-0$-0$-0$-0- $89,823,421 $87,442,677 $84,537,000 $82,236,000 Funded Ratio 3 1 /2 0% 0% 0% 0% 79 Unfunded AAL (UAAL) 4 2-1 $89,823,421 $87,442,677 $84,537,000 $82,236,000 Covered Payroll 5 $38,358,857 $37,241 ,609 $34,045,000 $33,053,000 UAALasa percentage of Covered Payroll 6 4/5 234.2% 234.8% 248.3% 248.8%
  • Other Supplementary Information
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS General Fund Descriptions For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 GENERAL FUND To account for all financial resources not legally or administratively required to be reported in another fund . It is always a major governmental fund. Under GASB Statement 54, certain funds no longer meet the definition to be presented as Special Revenue Funds. Those funds became accounts of the General Fund for reporting purposes. The General Fund contains the following subfund accounts: Golf Course Subfund - To account for the revenue and expenses associated with the City golf course. Texas Sports Complex Subfund - To account for the revenue and expenses associated with the City's sports complex. Solid Waste Subfund - To account for the City's portion of operating the landfill. Civic Events Subfund - To account for the expenditure of a designated portion of the motel tax and rental and concessions generated by the coliseum and fairgrounds, city auditorium, and convention center. Equipment Replacement Subfund - To account for the purchase of capital equipment for the general fund. General Capital Project Subfund - To account for large capital projects in the general fund . Payroll Subfund - To process payroll and benefits for the entire City. 82
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Balance Sheet - General Fund Accounts For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Golf Course General (Xl w ASSETS Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Property Taxes Sales Taxes Motel Taxes Accounts Less: AlIowance for UncolIectibles Due from Other Governments Due from Other Funds Advances to Other Funds Deferred Charges Restricted Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Property Taxes Total Assets LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Due to Other Funds Due to Other Governments Deferred Revenue Unearned Revenue Deposits Arbitrage Rebates Payable Total Liabilities FUND BALANCES Nonspendable Restricted Committed Assigned Unassigned Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 5,948,414 1,686,460 $ 3,425 1,302,899 Texas Sports Complex -0-0- $ -0-0- Civic Events Solid Waste $ 845,330 115,145 $ Equipment Replacement Street Capital Project Total General Fund PayrolI -0- $ 1,122,058 14,148 281,094 -0- 411 -0-0-0- 40 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 732,120 61,719 $ $ 332,757 $ 8,980,679 2,158,566 6,018 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0-0- -0-0$ 1,038,565 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- $ -0-0150,021 $ 1,024,688 $ 14,188 $ 1,462,216 $ -0-024,469,508 -0- $ 81,991 646,459 $ $ $ 53,259 2,239,897 $ $ 527,086 -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- 8,864,770 6,826,688) 2,590,159 6,871,616 -0- $ 20,447,073 $ $ $ 1,490,316 -035,506 1,235,503 -0- 65,054 -0- $ 2,826,379 $ $ -0-0-0-0- $ 17,620,694 $ 17,620,694 $ 20,447,073 21 159 -0-0-0- 150,000 77,810 -0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0- 262,043 230,690 101,751 -0- -0-0-0-0-0- $ $ -0-0- $ -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0- $ 2,016,536 5,497,754 35,506 1,291,474 10,825 65,054 $ -0-0-0-0- -0- $ 8,917,149 $ $ -0- 332,757 $ -0- 776,522 $ 332,757 112,576 $ 776,522 $ 1,038,565 332,757 $ $ 578,429) 578,429) 150,021 -0- 6,018 $ 1,834,702 262,043 ( 9,151,233 6,826,688) 2,820,849 6,871,616 $ 2,293,156 $ ($ 27,176 1,751,555 -0-0- -0-0- 10,825 728,450 527,086) 527,086) 58,653 4,336 1,302,899 -0-0-0-0-0- $ ($ -0-0-0- -0- -0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- 527,086 -0-0-0- ( 280 -0-0-0- -0-0- 912,112 912,112 $ 1,024,688 $ ( -0-0-0-0- 2,278,968) ($ 2,278,968) $ 14,188 55,971 -0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- 372,486) 372,486) $ 1,462,216 -0-0-0- ( ($ $ $ -0332,757 -0- 15,552,359 $ 15,552,359 $ 24,469,508
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - General Fund Accounts For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Golf Course General Solid Waste Texas Sports Complex Equipment Replacement Civic Events Street Capital Project Total General Fund Payroll REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo $ $ -0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0-0-02,237,409 -0- -0- -0- -0- $ -0-0460,223 -0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0156,951 -0-0- -0- -0- -0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- 714,955 53,631,606 -0-0- -0156,994 -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- 1,364 $ $ -0- 55,358 -0- Interest ~ -0- 210,199 41,804 736,870 -04,190,678 2,994,371 Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: ex> $ -0- Licenses & Permits Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues 25,711,310 15,088,728 3,885,969 $ -0- 920,472 -0- -0- 43 $ $ -0-0- -0- $ 922,983 $ $ -0-0- $ $ -0- 4,070 -0- -0- 63,903 -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0-03,141 592,831 -0-0- 1,364 -0- $ -0- 748,044 58,033,915 -0- $ -0-0- -0-0-0- -0-0585,620 -0- 362 -0-0- -0- 29,948 2,729,139 -0-0- 25,711,310 15,088,728 3,885,969 2,237,409 210,199 41,804 736,870 -06,313,944 2,994,371 -0- -0- -0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- 1,559 2,511 -0- $ -0-0- $ 362 $ $ -0- $ -0-0- -0- $ EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Public Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services $ Culture, Parks, & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 7,701,826 33,660,490 6,313,332 572,268 1,269,727 3,600,509 $ $ $ -0- -0-0-0-0- -0113,750 -0705,993 -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- -053,118,152 78,522 -0-0- $ 113,750 $ -0- 705,993 -0- 1,105,557 -0-0- 1,105,557 321 -0- -0- -0-0- -0- 23,078 -0- -0- -0-0-0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0-0- $ 2,168,846 -0-0-0- -0-0- -0- -0-0- ~- ~- -0- ~- ~- $ -0- $ 53,196,674 $ $ 434,932 ($ 113,750) ($ 548,999) ($ 182,895) $ 560,293 ($ 1,259,403) ($ $ 4,587,195 $ -0- $ 150,000 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ ~- ~- -0-0- 1,259,765 $ $ ~- -0-0- -0- $ -0-0113,750 -0-0- -0- -023,078 931,122 -02,168,846 -0- 9,870,672 33,660,490 7,441,967 572,268 1,269,727 4,420,252 ~- $ -0- $ -0- 57,235,376 2,269,730 -0-059,505,106 $ 705,993 $ 1,105,878 $ 2,168,846 $ 1,259,765 $ 954,200 $ -0-0- 361,369) $ -0- ($ 1,471,191) -0- $ -0- $ 4,737,195 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balances Fund Balances - Beginning Fund Balances - Ending ~~% (468,715) $ 4,142,976 $ 4,577,908 13,042,786 $ 17,620,694 ~ ( -0-0113,750) 413,336) ($ 527,086) $ ($ ~ ( -0150,000 398,999) 179,430) ($ 578,429) $ ($ ~ ~ $ ($ $ -0-0182,895) 959,417 776,522 $ $ $ 120,074 -0- -0-0560,293 351,819 -0- -0- L 912,112 ($ $ 1$ -0-0- $ ( -0361,369) 11,117) -0-0-0- ($ 372,486) $ -0- 120,074 1,139,329) 1,139,639) ($ 2,278,968) $ $ ( $ $ $ 144,570 468,715) 4,413,050 2,941,859 12,610,500 15,552,359
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual INon-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - General Fund For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Golf Course General Texas Sports Complex Variance Positive Budget Actual Variance Variance Budget INegative) Positive INegative) Actual Positive Budget Actual INegative) REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel MLxed Drink Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues $ EXPENDITURES Current: General Government $ Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & HUman Services Culture, Parks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess IDeficiency) of Revenues Over IUnder) Expenditures $ 25,711,310 15,088,728 3,885,969 -0210,199 41,804 736,870 -04 ,190 ,678 2,994,371 40,000 -0-0- Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions U1 $ 55,358 -0-0- -0-0518,494 51,584,822 1,364 -0714,955 53,631,606 1,364 -0196,461 2,046,784 $ 8,409,071 33,099,843 6,513,711 611,801 1,303,311 3,874,132 -0-053,811 ,869 188,226 $ -0-054,000,095 1$ $ $ $ $ 7,701,826 33,660,490 6,313,332 572,268 1,269,727 3,600,509 -0-053,118,152 78,522 507,869 1,663,225 492,465) -052,681) 2,503) 47,683) -0609,293 351,454) $ I $ 707,245 560,647) 200,379 39,533 33,584 273,623 -0-0693,717 109,704 $ -0-053,196,674 $ -0-0803,421 2,415,273) $ 434,932 $ 1,243,363 4,904,777 -0-0- $ 4,587,195 -0- $ -0- 317,582 -0-0- -024,496 468,715) 4,142,976 4,577,908 13,042,786 17,620,694 31,254 3,327,143 3,675,979 4,919,342 7,337,667 12,257 ,009 -0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-093,750 -0-093,750 -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0- -0- $ -0-0- -0-0-0- 15,358 -0- -0- Interest (Xl 25,203,441 13,425,503 4,378,434 -0262,880 44,307 784,553 3,581,385 3,345,825 $ $ -0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-0113,000 -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0156,951 -0- -0-0-0- 43 -0-0- 43 -0-0- -0- -0- -0-0-0$ 113,000 -0$ 156,994 $ -0-0-043,994 -0- $ $ $ $ -0- -0-0- -0-0- $ -0- -0-0- -0- -0- $ -0- $ -0- -0-0-0-0-0705,993 -0-0$ 705,993 -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-043,951 -0- -0-0-0-0-0165,342) -0-0165,342) -0- 113,750 20,000) -0- -0- -0$ 113,750 -0- 1$ 20,000) -0- -0-0-0-0-0540,651 -0-0$ 540,651 -0- -0-093,750 -0-0$ 113,750 1$ -0-020,000) -0-0$ 540,651 -0-0$ 705,993 1$ 1$ 93,750) 1$ 113,750) $ 20,000 1$ 427,651) 1$ 548,999) $ 209,336 -0- 1$ 75,000) -0-0- $ 427,651 -0- $ 150,000 -0- 1$ 277,651) -0-0-0- -0- -0- -0-0-0$ 427,651 $ -027,687 $ 27,687 -0- $ $ -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- 1$ -0-0165,342) OTHER FINANCING SOURCES IUSES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount on Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources IUses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending -0- I $ 1$ $ 55,750 3,795,858) 1,164,669 1,250,604) 5,705,119 4,454,515 $ $ $ -0- $ $ $ $ 75,000 -0-0- -0-0-0$ 75,000 1$ 18,750) I 272,359) 1$ 291,109) $ -0-0$ -01 113,750) $ I 413,336) 1$ 527,086) -0- -0- -0- 1$ 75,000) 1$ 55,000) I 140,977) 1$ 195,977) -0-0- -0- -0$ 150,000 1$ 398,999) I 179,430) 1$ 578,429) 1$ 1$ I 1$ -0-0-0277,651) 68,315) 207,117) 275,432)
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual INon-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - General Fund For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Solid Waste Civic Events Equipment Replacement Vari ance Budget ex> REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo Licenses & Pennits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: Interest Cha nge in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0991,675 -0- Positive (Negative) Actual $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0920,472 -0- $ Variance Positive (Negative) -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-071,203) -0- Budget $ -0-0-01,390,000 -0-0-0-0413,000 Actual $ -0- 3,000 -0-0- 2,511 -0-0- 489) -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0-0-0922,983 -0- -0- -0- -038,400 $ 1,841,400 -0- -0$ 994,675 $ $ $ ($ -071,692) -0-0-02,237,409 -0-0-0-0460,223 -0- $ -0-0-0847,409 Budget $ -0- -0-0-047,223 -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0- Variance Positive (Negative) Actual $ -0- -0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 1,559 -0-0- 1,559 -0-0- 2,000 -0-0- -0-029,948 $ 2,729,139 -0-08,452) 887,739 -0-0-02,000 -0-0-0362 -0- -0-0-0-0- 362 -0-0- -0- ( $ $ $ -0-0-0-0-0- 1,638) -0-0-0- ($ -0-01,638) (j) EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Public Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Parks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount on Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Tra nsfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending -0- -0673,675 -0-0- -0-01,105,557 -0- $ -0- -0-0431,882) -0-0-0-0-0431,882) 679 $ 1,841,400 -0-0-0-0-0-0$ 1,841,400 -0- $ 2,168,846 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0$ 2 , 168,846 -0- -0-0$ 1,841,400 -0-0$ 2,168,846 -0- -0- -0- -0-0$ 673,675 1,000 -0- -0$ 1,105,557 321 -0-0$ 674,675 -0-0$ 1,105,878 ($ -0-0431,203) $ 320,000 ($ 182,895) $ 359,511 $ -0- $ 560 ,293 $ $ -0- $ $ -0-0- $ -0-0-0- -0- ($ -0-0- -0- -0- -0-0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- ( 320,000) ($ 320,000) $ -0( 393,940) ($ 393,940) $ ($ $ -0-0-0182,895) 959,417 776,522 -0320,000) ($ 320,000) $ 39,511 1,353,357 S 1,392,868 -0-0-0- ( $ $ ( ($ -0-0-0170,555) 170,555) 327 ,446) -0- $ -0-0-0-0-0-0- $ $ 1,259,765 -0869 40,770 -0...,."...--:=-,--=0",...($ 327,446) -0-0$ 1,301 ,404 -0-0$ 1,259,765 $ -0-041,639 $ 1,215,185 ($ 1,299,404) ($ 1,259,403) ($ 43,277) $ $ 1,201,373 -0- $ -0- ($ -0-0-0-0-0327,446) -0- -0- -0-0- -0- $ $ $ 869 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0$ 869 1,300,535 ($ -0- -0-0-0560,293 351,819 912,112 -0-0$ -0$ 1,215,185 522,374 $ 1,737,559 -0-0- 50,000 -0- $ 1,251,373 ($ 48,031) 8,008 ($ 40,023) -0- -0- -0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0- 1,201,373) -0-0-0- -0- 120,074 -0$ 120,074 ($ 1,139,329) ( 1, 139,639) ($ 2,278,968) 869 -0-0-0-0-0- 70,074) -0($ 1,271,447) ($ 1,3 14,724) ( 1,147,647) ($ 2,462,371)
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - General Fund For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 Street Capital Project Payroll Variance Variance Budget REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales $ Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Positive (Negative) Actual -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0113,89 1 -0- -0-0- -0-0-0471,729 -0- -0-0-0585,620 -0- 2,072 -0-0- 4,070 -0-0-0- -0- -03,141 592,831 -03,141 119,030 $ 1,998 -0- -0-0- Positive Budget -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0- $ -0-0- -0- -0-0-0-0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0- (Negative) Actual -0-0-0-0- -0-0-0- -0- Investment Income: (Xl ...;J Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues EXPENDITURES Current: Genera l Government Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Pa rks & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures -0- $ 473,801 869) -01,000, 191 -0-0-0-0-0$ 999,322 1,017,113 ($ $ $ -0-023,078 -0- ($ -0- -0-0- $ -023,078 931,122 $ 869) -0977,113 -0-0-0-0-0976,244 85,991 -0-0-0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0- -0- -0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0-0- $ -0- -0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0-0-0- -0- $ -0-0-0-0- $ -0-0-0- $ -0-0-0- --:;$:-2::-,-;;-07:=-,4:-:3"==5:16 $ 954,200 $ 1,062,235 $ -0-0-0- ($ 1,542,634) ($ 361,369) ($ 943,205) $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 1,753,119 -0- $ -0- $ 1,753,1 19 $ -0- $ $ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount on Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Ba lance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending -0-0- -0-0$ 1,753,119 $ 210,485 ( 441,867) ($ 231,382) -0-0- -0-0-0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0-01,753, 119 809,914 430,750 1,240,664 -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0- $ $ -0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- $ -0- -0- -0- $ ($ ( ($ -0- 361,369) 11,117) 372,486) $ $ $ $ $ $ -0- $ $ -0- -0- $ -0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Nonmajor Governmental Fund Descriptions For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS To account for the proceeds of specific revenue sources that are normally restricted or committed to expenditures for specified purposes. Community Development Fund - To account for the expenditure of funds received from the u.s. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under the Community Development Block Grant program. Intergovernmental Fund - To account for funds received from the various federal and state grants. HOME Program Fund - To account for funds received from HUD under the housing rehabilitation and assistance program. Designated Revenue Fund - To account for the expenditure of funds contributed by San Angelo citizens for special purposes. Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Fund - To account for expenditure of property taxes on the increments in real property values over the base values established on January 1, 2006, for public improvements in the Zone or payment of debt service on bonds issued for public improvements. DEBT SERVICE FUND To record the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of, long-term debt principal and interest not serviced by the proprietary funds. Debt Service Fund - To account for the accumulation of resources and payment of principal and interest on general obligation bonds and certificates of obligation and sales tax supported certificates of obligations. Resources are provided by an ad valorem tax levy and transfer of one-half cent sales tax proceeds from the Development Corporation. PERMANENT FUNDS To report resources that are legally restricted to the extent that only earnings, and not principal, may be used for purposes that support the reporting government's programs, that is, for the benefit of the government or its citizenry. Santa Fe Park Trust Fund - To account for trust principal and related investment income. Net earnings up to 7% can be paid to the City to be used for the upkeep and beautification of the park. Earnings in excess of 7% become part of principal. Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund - To account for trust principal, consisting of 20% of all lake lot lease income and the proceeds from the sale of lake lots plus 10% of the annual interest income. None of the principal can be expended without the approval of a majority of the voters in an election for such purpose. 88
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Balance Sheet - Non-Major Governmental Funds September 30, 2012 Special Revenue Funds Community Development 00 ~ ASSETS Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Property Taxes Sales Taxes Motel Taxes Accounts Less: Allowance for Un collectibles Due from Other Governments Due from Other Funds Advances to Other Funds Deferred Charges Restricted Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Total Assets LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Due to Other Funds Deferred Revenue Unearned Revenue Deposits Arbitrage Rebates Payable Total Liabilities FUND BALANCES NonspendabIe Restricted Committed Assigned Unassigned Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ -0-0- Intergovernmental $ 45,349 HOME Program $ -0- -0-0-0-0512,674 11,886) 412 ,573 -0-0-0- Designated Revenue -0-0- -0-0-0- 24,800 -0-0-0- -0-0-0- -0-0- -0- 518 -0-0-0- 932,058 11,886) 664,779 -0-0-0- $ 922 ,629 -01,068,363 $ 1,078,432 39 ,624 2,894 ,299 588,283 77,295 834,722 $ 1,139 $ $ 272,807 $ 444,184 $ $ 18,609 626,995 $ 357,298 $ 12,908 78,340 $ 175 -0- 285,696 $ $ ($ $ -0-0931,300 -0-0-0-0- $ 357,298 $ $ -0-0- $ 17,939) ( 17,939) ($ 913,361 $ -0-0- 84,491) 84,491) $ 272,807 $ $ -0-0-0-0-0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0- 184,955 1,700 -0277,903 $ 175 $ -0- $ -0-0- $ 166,281 -0- 166,281 444,184 195,409 195,584 $ $ $ -0- $ $ $ -0-0133,367 -0- 13,925 -0- $ -0-0-0- $ $ $ 392,629 705,335 133,367 470,651 1,700 2,500 $ 1,703,682 -0- $ 701,355 834,722 2,500 -0- $ $ 10,392 158,870 -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- $ 2,500 2,500 $ -0- $ 11,332,835 -0-0-0- -0-0-0- 13,925 13,925 $ 11,332,835 $ 11,335,335 $ 11 ,346,760 $ 11,349,260 -0- 11,346,760 -0-0-0- -0- $ $ 8 ,006,287 5,116,919 15,078,281 13,925 701,355 $ 6,339,572 5,000,000 $ 11,349,260 $ -0- 1,233,505 195,409 -0102,430) 1,326,484 2 ,894,299 45,349 145,425 6 ,325,647 5,000,000 $ 11,335,335 -0- $ $ -0-0932,058 11,886) 664,779 -0-0lD,088 $ -0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 133,367 $ 9,688 $ $ Total -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 13,925 1,567,815 -0-0- Total Non-Major Governmental Funds 9,688 $ -0- -0- 1,139 -01,067,224 1,068,363 -0-0-0-0-0- $ $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0- $ Permanent Funds Lake Nasworthy Trust -0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ $ 390,129 705,335 -0-0- 186 158,870 470,651 1,700 1,067,224 -0- 195,409 -0- -0-0- $ 10,088 913,361 -0- -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ -0- $ 309 -0- 155,803 39,624 195,584 -0- 45,349 145,425 -0145,425 -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0- 227 ,406 $ Santa Fe Park Trust 157 419,384 -0- Debt SCJVice Total -0- $ -0-0-0-0- 52 -0- Tax Increment Reinv. Zone $ $ -0- 12,580,265 195,409 701,355 lD2,430) 13,374,599 15,078,281
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances Non-Major Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Special Revenue Funds Community DeVelopment REVENUES Taxes: Property $ Motel Licenses & Pennits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Investment Income: 1.0 o EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Public Safety Public Works & Tra nsportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Parks, & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures OTHER FINANCING SOURCES IUSES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balances Fund Balances - Beginning Fund Balances - Ending $ -0-050,742 1,408,168 214,297 Designated Revenue Program $ -0-0-0351,277 446,391 $ -0- $ 434,764 $ Santa Fe Park Trust Debt Service Tota l 434,764 -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- $ 2,879,971 -0-0- 50,742 3,495,356 660,688 -0-0-0- $ $ $ 1$ $ -0- 597 2,773 3,753 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -038,102 -01,774,013 346,298 -06,570 2,026,458 -0- 30,333 -0- $ 30,930 $ -0-0-0437,537 $ 376,631 69,669 16,570 5,108,173 -0- 31,567 10,000 839,235 $ -0- $ -015,025 363 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0-037,873 312,297 7,500 1,442,680 1,800,350 22,941 150,037 -01,973,328 $ $ $ 199 ,3 15) 1$ 85,513 $ -0-0-0- -0139,296 168,368 102,005 1,806,555 -0-0-02,216,224 637,392 -0-02,853,616 $ -0- $ -0- 5,892 5,587 -0-0- $ -0- $ 827,158) $ -0806,850 $ 26,867 83,080 -0-0109 ,947 $ $ -0-0- -0-0-0- -0-0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- $ 79,017) $ $ 1$ -0373,715 $ 453,443) $ 1$ 95,863 17,939) 1$ 368,952 84,491) $ $ $ 32,385 1$ 133 ,896 166,281 $ 274,426 195 ,409 $ -0-0- $ -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0- -031,083 89,274 94,247 -0- -0-0- -0- $ 376,631 69,669 16,570 8,109,721 $ -0- 120,357 $ $ -0- $ ~ $ -0- $ 3,314,735 50,742 3,495,356 691,771 $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0- -~ -0-0- -0~­ ~­ ~- $ -0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- -0- $ -0154,321 168,731 102 ,005 1,850,320 317,884 141,255 2,249,530 4,984,046 743,413 -0- -0- -0- -0- $ -0-0- $ -0- $ -0-0- $ 3,370,218 2,314,013 11,411,690 $ 5,877,496 $ 3,220,181 2,314,013 5,534,194 303,782 1$ 769,323) 1$ 2,653,003) $ -0- $ 120,357 $ 120,357 1$ 3,301,969) 459,228 $ 2,852,869 $ -0- $ -0-0- $ -0-0- $ 3,312,097 133,755 -0- $ -0- $ $ -0-0-0120,357 -0- 150,037 -0- 79,017) $ 373,715 $ 154,321 168,731 102,005 1,850,320 317,884 141,255 2,249,530 4,984,046 743,413 -0- 32,385 1$ -085,513 $ 113,802) 1$ $ -0-0-0-0-0806,850 806,850 -0- -0-0-0-0-0133,755 -0133,755 -0- Total -0-0-0-0- -0- -02,881,191 -0-0-0-031,083 Total Non-M ajo r Governmental Funds 89,274 -0- 1,220 -0- -0- $ -0- 383 $ -0- Permanent Funds La ke Nasworthy Trust -0-0- -0- $ $ -0-0- -0- -0-0- Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues -0-0-01,735,911 -0- HOME Intergovernmental Tax Increment Reinv. Zone -0- -0- -0- -0-0-0-0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0- -0- $ 303,782 1$ 763,442 1,067,224 $ -0-0459,228 310,095) 1,636,579 1,326 ,484 -0- $ 2,852,869 199,866 $ -0-0- $ 501,489 701 ,355 $ 13 ,925 13,925 $ $ $ $ $ -0701,157 80,346) I 620,811 $ 741,168 $ 10 ,591,667 11,332,835 $ -0701 , 157 80,346) 620,811 741 ,168 10,605,592 11,346,760 -0-0- $ 701,157 80,346) 3,932,908 630,939 $ 12,743 ,660 13,374,599 I $
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance ~ Budget and Actual fNon-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Nonmajor Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Intergovernmental Special Revenue Fund Variance Positive Budget Actual (Negative) REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Parks, & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelpment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Debt Service Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Reven ues Over (Under) Expenditures OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount of Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Ou t Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending $ -0-0- $ -0-0-0-0-0- 1,880,009 976,928 -0- -0-0-0-0-0-050,742 1,408,168 214 ,297 -0- $ -0-0-0-0-0-050,742 471 ,841) 762,631) -0- -0-0-0- $ $ 383 -0-0- 306,554 -079,327 3,242,818 346,298 -06,570 2,026,458 $ 383 · -0-0- Designated Revenue Special Revenue Fund Variance Positive (Negative) Actual Budget -0165,510 257 ,028 175,000 1,976,281 16,489 $ $ -0139,296 168,368 102 ,005 1,806,555 ( ($ $ 39,744 -072,757) 1,2 16,360) -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ -0- $ -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 2,250 1,653) 597 -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- 30,333 10,804 -0- -0-0- -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- 19 ,529 -0-017,876 13,054 $ 30,930 $ $ -0- $ -015,025 363 $ $ $ 26,867 83,080 $ $ 116,537 106 , 149 $ -0- $ $ -0- 20,424 8 ,732 $ $ 2,590,308 747,276 $ $ 2,216,224 637,392 $ $ 374,084 109,884 $ $ 35,449 9 ,095 -026,434 72,426 -0-0143,404 189,229 $ -0- $ $ $ -0- $ -0-0-0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0- 26,214 88,660 72,995 169,726 16,489 -0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- 5,892 5,587 20,542 66,839 -0- -0-0- -0- $ -0- $ -0-0-0- $ 3 ,337,584 $ 2,853,616 $ 483,968 $ 332,633 $ 109,947 $ 222,686 ($ 94,766) ($ 827,158) ($ 1,700,328) ($ 319,579) ($ 79,017) ($ 204,810) $ 373,715 -0- $ $ $ -0-0-0- $ ($ 79,017) ($ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0204,810) $ 274,426 195,409 ($ -0- $ 371,117 -0-0-0-0- $ $ -0371,117 276,351 ($ 373,715 453,443) ($ $ 126,703) 149 ,648 ($ 368,952 84,491) ($ 91 2,598 1,697,730) ($ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0319 ,579) 2,407,859) 4,105,589) ( ($ 150,972) 470,551) -0-0-0-0-0- -0-0-0-0- $ 2,598 o $ ( $ -0- -0- -0-0- $ -0- $ ( 160,012) 364,822)
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Nonmajor Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Special Revenue Fund (TIRZ) Varia nce Positive Budget Actual (Negative) REVENUES Taxes: Property Sa les Fra nchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscella neous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture , Parks, & Recreation Economic Development Urba n Redevelpment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Cha rges Tota l Debt Service Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency ) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures $ 465,229 $ -0- 434,764 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0-0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0-0- $ -0- -0- Budget -0- -0- ($ 30,465) -0-0- Debt Service Fund Variance Positive (Nega tive) Actual 2 ,786,446 -0- $ 2,879 ,971 $ 93,525 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- - 0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0-0- -0- -0- 2,773 2 ,773 7,884 1,220 6,664) -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0-0465,229 -0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ -0-0-02 ,794,330 $ 2,881,191 $ 86 ,861 -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ -0-0- - 0- 437,537 ($ -0- $ 27,692) $ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0- -0- -0- -0-0- -0- - 0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 16 ,050 -0- 16,050 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- - 0- -0- -0- -0- 448,895 133 ,755 -0-0- -0- -0- 315, 140 -0331,190 -0- -0- -0- $ -0- -0- -0- $ $ $ -0- $ -0-0- $ $ -0- $ 3 ,291 , 103 2,349 ,796 5 ,640 ,899 $ $ 464,945 -0- $ $ $ -0- 133 ,755 $ $ -0-0- -0- -0- $ $ $ $ -0- $ $ 3,220, 181 2 ,314,013 5 ,534, 194 $ 70,922 35,783 106 ,705 -0- $ -0- -0- $ -0- $ -0-0- $ 464 ,945 $ 133,755 $ 331 , 190 $ 5 ,640,899 $ 5,534,194 $ 106,705 $ 284 $ 303,782 ($ 358,882) ($ 2 ,846,569) ($ 2,653,003) ($ 19,844) $ -0- $ -0- $ $ 2,851 ,569 $ 2 ,852 ,869 $ 1,300 -0- OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Trans fe rs In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount of Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Othe r Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance $ $ Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending ($ -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- - 0- -0- -0- -0- -0- - 0- -0- - 0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- ( -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- $ $ -0- $ 284 303 ,782 ($ 358,882) $ $ 2 ,851,569 5,000 $ $ 2 ,852,869 199,866 ($ -01,300 18,544) 32,589) 32,305) $ 763 ,442 1,067,224 $ 422,331 63 ,449 $ 52,960 57,960 $ 501,489 701,355 $ 187,998 169,454 -0- 92 -0- $
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Nonmajor Governmental Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Lake Nasworthy Trust Permanent Fund Variance Positive Budget (Negative) Actual REVENUES Taxes: Property Sales Franchise Motel Mixed Drink Bingo Licenses & Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines & Forfeits Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Arbitrage Rebate Adjustment Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Program Income Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-019,000 -0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-031,083 -0- $ $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-012 ,083 -0- 98,000 -0-0- $ 89 ,274 -0-0- 8,726) -0-0- -0-0-0117,000 -0-0-0120,357 -0-0-03,357 $ $ EXPENDITURES Current: General Government Pu blic Safety Public Works & Transportation Public Facilities Health & Human Services Culture, Parks, & Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelpment & Housing Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Debt Service: Principal Interest & Fiscal Charges Total Debt Service Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures $ $ $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 -0-0- -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ $ $ $ $ $ -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0- $ $ -0-0-0- $ -0-0 -0- -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 117,000 $ 120,357 $ 3,357 $ $ $ $ -0-0-0-0701,157 80,346) 620,811 741 , 168 $ $ $ -0-0-0-0570,000 78,400) 491,600 608,600 -0-0-0-0131,157 1,946) 129,211 132,568 $ 10,734,888 11,343,488 $ 10,605,592 11,346,760 $ $ -0-0-0- $ $ OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Transfers In Certificates of Obligation Issued Discount of Certificates of Obligation Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending ( ( 93 ( $ $ ( $ 129 ,296) 3,272
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Major Governmental Capital Project Fund Description For the Year Ended September 30,2012 CAPTITAL PROJECTS FUND To account for the acquisition and construction of major capital facilities other than those financed by proprietary funds and trust funds. Capital Improvement Fund - To account for the authorized expenditure of the proceeds of certificates of obligation. 94
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance Budget and Actual (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) - Major Governmental Capital Project Fund For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Actual Budget REVENUES Investment Income: Interest Gifts & Contributions Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues $ $ 11,802 -0-011,802 $ $ Variance With Final Budget Positive (Negative) 20,349 -0-020,349 $ $ 8,547 -0-08,547 EXPENDITURES Current: Health & Human Services Total Current Expenditures Capital Outlay Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures $ $ -0-03,415,378 3,415,378 $ $ -0-01,499,145 1,499,145 $ $ -0-01,916,233 1,916,233 ($ 3,403,576) ($ 1,478,796) $ 1,924,780 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Sale of Capital Assets Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance $ $ ($ 220,873 220,873 3,182,703) $ $ ($ -0-01,478,796) ($ ($ $ 220,873) 220,873) 1,703,907 Fund Balance - Beginning Fund Balance - Ending ( ($ 70,532) 3,253,235) $ 2,849,260 1,370,464 $ 2,919,792 4,623,699 95
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Nonmajor Enterprise Fund Description For the Year Ended September 30, 2012 ENTERPRISE FUNDS To account for any activity for which a fee is charged to external users for goods or services. The City operates four enterprise funds. The Water, Sewer, and Airport enterprise funds are reported as major funds. The remaining enterprise fund is reported as nonmajor and includes the following: State Office Building Fund - To account for the operation of a building, acquired and renovated, primarily to provide a facility for lease to the State of Texas in order for all state offices to be in one location. 96
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Net Assets - Nonmajor Enterprise Funds September 30,2012 State Office Building ASSETS Current Assets: Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Accounts Total Current Assets $ $ Noncurrent Assets: Capital Assets: Land Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery & Equipment Construction in Process Less: Accumulated Depreciation Net Capital Assets Deferred Charges Total Noncurrent Assets Total Assets $ ( $ $ $ LIABILITIES Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Accrued Interest Payable Due to Other Funds Non Current Liabilities Due Within One Year Total Current Liabilities $ 41,460 10,386 68 28,360 80,274 275,412 6,051,542 400,330 19,589 -02,682,239) 4,064,634 -04,064,634 4,144,908 $ $ Non Current Liabilities Due After One Year Total Liabilities 55,052 12,559 134,415 304,572 506,598 2,711,385 3,217,983 Total $ $ $ ( $ $ $ $ 41,460 10,386 68 28,360 80,274 275,412 6,051,542 400,330 19,589 -02,682,239) 4,064,634 -04,064,634 4,144,908 $ 55,052 12,559 134,415 304,572 506,598 $ 2,711,385 3,217,983 NET ASSETS $ Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt Unrestricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets ( $ $ 97 1,084,755 157,830) 926,925 4,144,908 $ ( $ $ 1,084,755 157,830) 926,925 4,144,908
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets Nonmajor Enterprise Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 State Office Building OPERATING REVENUES Charges for Sales & Services: Pledged for Payment of Revenue Bonds: Rents, Leases & Fees Other Unpledged: Other Total Operating Revenues $ $ OPERATING EXPENSES Cost of Sales & Services Administrative Depreciation Amortization Total Operating Expenses Operating Income (Loss) $ $ ($ NON-OPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES) Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Interest Expense and Fiscal Agent Fees Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses) Income (Loss) Before Transfers Transfers In (Out) Total Transfers Change in Net Assets $ 1,161,034 85 945,427 $ -0222,982 -01,168,409 $ 7,290) ($ 945,427 -0222,982 -01,168,409 7,290) $ ($ $ $ ($ 487 -0103,929) 103,442) 110,732) -0-0110,732) $ 1,037,657 926,925 $ 98 1,161,034 85 -01,161,119 $ $ ($ Net Assets - Beginning Net Assets - Ending $ $ -01,161,119 487 -0103,929) 103,442) 110,732) -0-0110,732) 1,037,657 926,925 ( ($ ($ Total ( ($
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Cash Flows - Nonmajor Enterprise Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 State Office Building CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Cash Received from Customers Cash Paid to Suppliers for Goods and Services Cash Paid for Employee Services Cash Paid for Employee Benefits Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities CASH FLOWS FROM NONCAPITAL FINANCING ACTIVITIES Short-Term Interfund Loans Received Net Cash Provided (Used) by Noncapital Financing Activities $ 1,191,808 ( ( ( $ 659,882) 67,563) 34,482) 429,881 Total $ 1,191,808 ( 659,882) 67,563) ( 34,482) ( $ 429,881 $ $ -0- $ CASH FLOWS FROM CAPITAL AND RELATED FINANCING ACTIVITIES Principal Paid on Debt Interest Paid on Debt Disposal of capital asset Net Cash Provided (Used) by Capital and Related Financing Activities -0-0- $ -0- ($ ( 433,015) ($ 106,076) ( 63,525 433,015) 106,076) 63,525 ($ 475,566) ($ 475,566) $ 20,534 502 21,036 24,649) $ 66,109 41 ,460 7,290) ($ 7,290) CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Maturity of Investments Interest Received on Investments Net Cash Provided (Used) by Investing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash $ ($ 20,534 $ 502 21,036 $ 24,649) ($ Cash - Beginning Cash - Ending $ 66,109 41,460 RECONCILIATION OF OPERATING INCOME TO NET CASH PROVIDED (USED) BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES Operating Income (Loss) Adjustments to Reconcile Operating Income to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities: Depreciation Amortization (Increase) Decrease in: Accounts Receivable Increase (Decrease) in: Accounts Payable Compensated Absences Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities ($ 99 222 ,982 -0- 30,689 30,689 $ 181,089 2,411 429,881 $ 181,089 2,411 429,881 $ $ NONCASH INVESTING, CAPITAL AND FINANCING ACTIVITIES Capital Assets Transfers In (Out) Change in Fair Value of Investments 222,982 -0- -0-0- $ $ -0-0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Internal Service Fund Descriptions For the Year Ended September 30,2012 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS To report any activity that provides goods or services to other funds, departments, or agencies of the primary government and its component units on a cost-reimbursement basis. Vehicle Maintenance Fund - To account for fuel, oil, and the maintenance and upkeep on city and school district vehicles. Employee/Retiree Health Fund - To account for health insurance claims and the cost of medical treatment of employees, retirees, and their dependents. Property and Casualtv Insurance Fund - To account for general and automobile liability and property damage coverage for city property and vehicles. Workers Compensation Insurance Fund - To account for workers compensation coverage for city employees. Communications Fund - To account for the operations of the new radio communications system. 100
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO , TEXAS Combining Statement of Net Assets - Internal Service Funds September 30, 2012 Employee/ Retiree Health Vehicle Maintenance ASSETS Curren t Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Receivables: Accrued Interest Accounts Less: Allowance for Uncollectibles Due from Other Funds Inventories Deferred Charges Total Current Assets Noncurrent Assets Capital Assets : Buildings Improvements Other Than Buildings Machinery & Equipment Construction in Progress Less: Accumulated Depreciation Total Noncurrent Assets Total Assets LIABILITIES Current Liabilities: Accounts Payable Due to Other Funds Noncurrent Liabilities Due Within One Year Total Current Liabilities Noncurrent Liabilities Due After One Year Total Liabilities $ $ $ ( $ $ $ $ $ 579,808 21 ,407 89 233,296 -0-0185,751 38,806 1,059,157 $ $ 390,269 $ 3 ,800 468,937 -0827,964) 35,042 $ 1,094,199 $ 265,889 -0-0265,889 353,890 6 19,779 $ 35,042 439,378 474,420 1,094, 199 $ $ $ 1,732,890 299,992 Property & Casualty Insurance Workers' Compensation Insurance Communications $ $ $ 1,718,360 359 , 172 503 119,819 104,852) -0-0-02,048,352 $ 667 6 -0-0-0-02 ,078,205 $ 576 -0-0-0-0-01,614,195 -0-0-0-0-0-02,048,352 -0- $ -0-0-0-0- ( -0- $ 2,078,205 $ -0-06,505 -03,477) 3,028 1,617,223 53,471 -0242 ,913 296,384 581,934 878,318 $ 10,522 -0581,485 592 ,007 979 ,590 1,571,597 -01, 199,887 1,199,887 2,078,205 $ $ $ $ 117,904 365 427 ,041 545,310 402,641 947,951 $ -01,100,401 1,100,401 2,048,352 $ $ $ $ $ 1,294,203 319,416 $ $ ( $ $ $ $ $ 320,217 -0- Total $ 5 ,645,478 999 ,987 12 -0-0-02,628 138,465 461,322 $ 1,847 353 , 121 104,852) -0188,379 177,271 7 ,261 ,231 -05 ,237,312 28,749 -0853 ,951) 4 ,412 , 110 4 ,873 ,432 $ ( $ $ 390,269 5 ,241,112 504,191 -01,685 ,392) 4,450,180 11 ,711 ,411 32,051 $ -0-032,051 $ 51,734 83,785 $ 479,837 365 1,251,439 1,731,641 2,369,789 4,101,430 NET A SSETS Invested in Capital Assets Net of Related Debt Unrestricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ $ $ $ $ 101 $ $ $ $ 3 ,028 42 ,598 45,626 1,617,223 $ $ $ 4,412,110 377,537 4,789,647 4,873,432 $ $ $ 4 ,450 , 180 3,159,801 7 ,609 ,981 11 ,71 1,411
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, EX:Qenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets Internal Service Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Employee/ Retiree Health Vehicle Maintenance Property & Casualty Insurance Workers' Compensation Insurance Communications $ $ Total OPERATING REVENUES Charges for Sales & Services: Sales & Service Other Total Operating Revenues $ $ 4,705 ,035 133,708 4,838,743 $ $ 6,560,996 -06,560 ,996 $ $ 545,626 -0545,626 $ 977,427 -0977,427 $ 648,416 179,942 828,358 $ 13,437,500 313 ,650 $ 13,751,150 OPERATING EXPENSES Cost of Sales & Services: Administrative Depreciation Total Operating Expenses Operating Income (Loss) $ $ ($ 4 ,858,243 $ 14,364 4 ,872,607 $ 33 ,864) $ 5,998,657 $ -05 ,998,657 $ 562 ,339 ($ 783,925 $ -0783 ,925 $ 238 ,299) ($ 1,457 ,550 $ 663 1,458,213 $ 480,786) ($ 5 ,053 -05 ,053 5 ,856 -05,856 4 ,890 -04,890 760,879 $ 13,859,254 524,401 539,428 1,285 ,280 $ 14 ,398,682 456 ,922) ($ 647,532) NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES) Investment Income: Interest Change in Fair Value of Investments Total Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Income (Loss) Before Contributions, Special Items, and Transfers $ $ 979 -0979 ($ 32,885) $ 567,392 ($ $ -0- $ -0-0-0- $ 32,885) $ -0- $ -0-0-0- $ 567 ,392 ($ $ $ $ $ $ $ 232,443) ($ $ 16,934 -016,934 475,896) ($ 456 ,766) ($ 630,598) -0- $ -0-0-0- $ 475,896) ($ -0- $ -0-0-0- $ 456,766) ($ -0-0-0-0630 ,598) $ $ 156 -0156 $ CONTRIBUTIONS AND TRANSFERS Transfers In Transfers Out Gain (Loss) on Sale of Capital Assets Total Contributions and Transfers Change in Net Assets ($ Net Assets - Beginning Net Assets - Ending $ $ 507,305 474,420 $ 533,009 1, 100,401 102 $ -0-0-0- $ -0- $ 232 ,443) ($ 1,432,330 1, 199,887 $ 521,522 45,626 $ 5,246,413 4,789 ,647 8 ,240,579 $ 7 ,609,981
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Cash Flows Internal Service Funds For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Employee/ Retiree Health Vehicle Maintenance CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Cash Received from Customers Cash Received from Other Funds for Interfund SelVices Provided Cash Received from Reinsurance Cash Paid to Suppliers for Goods and SelVices Ca sh Paid for Insura nce Claims and Premiums Cash Paid for Employee SelVices Cash Paid for Employee Benefits Net Ca sh Provided (Used) by Operating Activities CASH FLOWS FROM NON-CAPITAL FINANCING ACTIVITIES Tra nsfers In Transfers Out Short-Term Interfund Loans Received Short-Term Interfund Loans Paid Net Cash Provided (Used) by Non-Capital Financing Activities CASH FLOWS FROM CAPITAL AND RELATED FINANCING ACTIVITIES Acquisition of Capita l Assets Capita l Gra nts Received Proceeds from Sale of Assets Proceeds from Contractual Claim Settlement Net Cash Provided (Used) by Capital and Related Financing Activities $ 4,756,697 $ -0-0-0- ( $ 514, 107) ( 204,418) ( 124,921 $ -0- $ -0-0-0- -0- $ 305 Communications $ $ 545,626 26 ,538) ( 370,914) ( -0- ( -0- ( 148, 174 ($ -0-0-0-0- $ $ -0- -0977 ,427 60 ,594) 730,661) 197,338) 103,725) 114,891) Total $ 11 ,688,194 -0- ( 828,358 -0560,258) ( ( ( $ 131,410) ( 39,011) ( 97 ,679 $ -0- ( -0-0-0-0- $ -0- $ 828 ,358 1,523 ,053 6,702,943) 5 , 125,902) 908,971) 379,194) 922,595 -0-0-0-0- $ -0- $ 305 3 ,792) ($ 14,212) -0-0-0- 305 $ -0- $ 305 $ -0- ($ 7 ,392) $ -0- $ -0- ($ -0-0-0- 3 ,028) ($ -0- -0-0- -0-0-0-0- -0-0- -0-0-0- 7,392) $ -0- $ -0- ($ 3,028) ($ 3 ,792) ($ 14,212) $ 93,631 $ $ -0- $ -0144 144 $ 94,031 $ 1,000,886 -017,234 1,018,120 1,926,808 ($ $ $ 1,020 43,322 $ 160,851 $ Cash - Beginning Cash - Ending $ 418 ,956 579,807 NON-CASH INVESTING, CAPITAL AND FINANCING ACTIVITIES Capital Assets Transfers In (Out) Change in Fair Value of Investments -0- Workers' Compensation Insurance -0- 2, 142,302) ( 4 ,024 ,327) ( 66,116) 32,040) 666 ,712 $ -0-0- CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITES Ma turity of Investments Purcha se of Investments Interest Received on Investments Net Ca sh Provided (Used) by Investing Activities Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash RECONCILIATION OF OPERATING INCOME TO NET CASH PROVIDED (USED) BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES Operating Income (Loss) Adjustments to Reconcile Operating Income to Net Cas h Provided (Used) by Operating Activities Depreciation (Increase) Decrease in Accounts Receivable (Increase) Decrease in Inve ntories (Increase) Decrease in Deferred Revenue Increase (Decrease) in Accounts Payable Increase (Decrease) in Insura nce Claims Payable Increa se (Decrease) in OPEB Obligation Increase (Decrease) in Compensated Absences Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities $ -0-0- 3 ,913,251) ( $ 6 ,931 ,497 Property & Casualty Insurance $ 42,302 -0- -0- 233,099 -05 ,982 239 ,081 387,255 $ $ $ 631,854 -05,059 636,913 518,994 $ $ 775,209 1,294,203 $ $ $ 967,213 1,732,890 $ 1,331 , 105 1,718,360 $ 33,864) $ 562,339 ($ 238 ,299) ($ 14,364 82 ,045) 29 ,548) ($ 5,029 98 ,660 765 ,677 -027,213 -0343,288 327,210) 44 ,341 12 ,565 4 , 176 666,712 $ -0-0-0-014,477 371,996 -0-0148,174 ($ $ -0- 174,854 -0- $ 65,961 15,199 124,921 $ $ $ -0-0- $ $ 103 -0-0- $ $ -0-0- $ $ $ 3 ,718,669 5,645,477 480,786) ($ 456 ,922) ($ 647,532) 663 -0-0-0957 339,775 20,054 4,446 114,891) $ 524 ,401 17,862 97,679 $ 539,428 54 ,832) 30, 190) 343 ,288 123 ,942) 756 , 112 98 ,580 41 ,683 922 ,595 $ $ -0-0- $ $ -0-0- 226,186 320,217 -0-0-0 - -0- ( 642) ( -0- 12 ,980 -0-0- -0-0-
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Agency Fund Description For the Year Ended September 30,2012 FIDUCIARY FUNDS To report assets held in a trust or agency capacity for others and therefore cannot be used to support the government's own programs. Agency funds are custodial in nature (assets equal liabilities) and do not involve measurement of results of operations. CJC Agency Fund - To account for fines and fees collected on behalf of the State of Texas. 104
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statement of Changes in Assets and Liabilities CJC Agency Fund For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Beginning Balance ASSETS Cash Total Assets LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Due to Other Governments Total Liabilities Additions Ending Balance Deletions $ $ 316,970 316,970 $ $ 1,493,557 1,493 ,557 $ $ 1,511,390 1,511 ,390 $ $ 299,137 299,137 $ 54 316,916 316,970 $ 812 1,492,489 1,493,301 $ 706 1,510,428 1,511,134 $ 160 298,977 299,137 $ $ 105 $ $
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Discretely Presented Component Units Descriptions For the Year Ended September 30,2012 DISCRETELY PRESENTED COMPONENT UNITS Additional information for the discretely presented component units referred to in the notes to the financial statements is provided: Fort Concho Museum - To account for the operation of old Fort Concho as a museum. Fairmount Cemetery - To account for funds received from cemetery lot sales and care and for contributions from a trust. 106
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Balance Sheet Discretely Presented Component Units September 30,2012 Fairmount Cemetery Fort Concho Museum ASSETS Cash & Cash Equivalents Investments Accounts Receivable Accrued Interest Inventories Total Assets $ $ LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Unearned Revenue Deposits Due to Primary Government Total Liabilities $ $ FUND BALANCES Assigned Unassigned Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ $ $ 97,820 -0-027 18,724 116,571 $ $ Total 8,984 -051,409 -0-060 ,393 $ $ $ 210 ,414 9,100 17,448 2,365 239,327 $ ( ($ $ 93,123 155,486) 62,363) 176,964 ($ 62,363) 3 ,635 -017,448 2,365 23,448 $ $ 206 ,779 9,100 -0-0 215 ,879 93,123 -093,123 116,571 $ ( ($ $ -0155,486) 155,486) 60,393 $ 106,804 -051,409 27 18,724 176,964 RECONCILIATION OF THE COMPONENT UNITS BALANCE SHEETS TO THE STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS Fund Balances - Component Units $ Capital assets used in component units are not financial resources, and therefore, are not reported in the balance sheets. The net effect - increases (decrease) in net assets - of including capital assets are : Beginning of the Year Cost Beginning of the Year Accumulated Depreciation Current Year Capital Outlay Current Year Capital Transfers Current Year Capital Disposals Current Year Depreciation ($ 155,486) 4,810 ,072 3 ,072 ,227) -0-0-0112,650) Long-term liabilities are not due and payable in the current period, and therefore, are not reported as liabilities in the balance sheets. The net effect - increases (decrease) in net assets - of including long-term liabilities are : Beginning of the Year Balances ( Current Year Change ( Net Assets of Component Units 93 , 123 $ 107 133,241) 31 ,264) 84,464) 19,002) 5,182 ,840 3 ,348,144) -01,220) 8,497 127,385) 372,768 275,917) -01,220) 8,497 14,735) 1,553,813 ($ 169,559) ( ( $ 217,705) 50,266) 1,384,254
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances Discretely Presented Component Units For the Year Ended September 30,2012 Fort Concho Museum REVENUES Charges for Services Investment Income - Interest Contributions from Primary Government Miscellaneous: Gifts & Contributions Other Miscellaneous Total Revenues $ 504,136 240 301,431 Fairmount Cemetery $ 268,023 4,961 16,732 Total 772,159 5,201 318,163 $ $ 42,138 5,196 337,050 $ 44,620 16,247 1,156,390 803,513 803,513 15,827 $ $ $ 334,772 334,772 2,278 $ $ $ 1,138,285 1,138,285 18,105 77,296 93,123 ( ($ 157,764) 155,486) ( ($ 80,468) 62,363) $ 2,482 1l,051 819,340 EXPENDITURES Operating Expenditures Total Expenditures Net Change in Fund Balances $ $ $ Fund Balances - Beginning Fund Balances - Ending $ RECONCILIATION OF THE COMPONENT UNITS STATEMENT OF REVENUES, TO EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES TO THE STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Total Net Change in Fund Balances - Component Units $ 15,827 Depreciation does not require the use of current financial resources, and therefore, is not reported as an expenditure. The current year's depreciation decreases net assets. Current Year Capital Transfers Current Year Capital Disposals 112,650) -0-0- 14,735) 1,220) 8,497 127,385) 1,220) 8,497 31,264) 19,002) 50,266) The long-term liabilities for compensated absences and OPEB liability are not reported in the fund financial statements. The net change in the liabilities increases (decreases) net assets. Changes in Net Assets of Component Units ($ 128,087) 108 ($ 2,278 $ $ 24,182) ($ 18,105 152,269)
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  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO, TEXAS Statistical Section Narrative For the Year Ended September 30,2012 STATISTICAL SECTION This part of the City of San Angelo's comprehensive annual financial report presents detailed information as a context for understanding what the information in the financial statements, note disclosures, and required supplementary information says about the City's overall financial health. Such statistical information includes: Financial Trends - These schedules contain trend information to help the reader understand how the City's financial performance and well-being have changed over time. Revenue Capacity - These schedules contain information to help the reader assess the City's most significant local revenue sources, gas, and sales tax revenues. Debt Capacity - These schedules present information to help the reader assess the affordability of the City's current levels of outstanding debt and the city's ability to issue additional debt in the future. Demograohic and Economic Information - These schedules offer demographic and economic indicators to help the reader understand the environment within which the City's financial activities take place. Operating Information - These schedules contain service and infrastructure data to help the reader understand how the information in the City's financial report relates to the services the city provides and the activities it performs. llO
  • STATISTICAL SECTION (UNAUDITED - for Analytical Purposes Only) This part of City of San Angelo's comprehensive annual financial report presents detailed information as a context for understanding what the information in the financial statements, note disclosures, and required supplementary information says about the City's overall fmancial health. TABLE CONTENTS Financial Trends These tables contain trend infonnation to help the reader understand how the City's financial perfonnance and well-being have changed over time. 1 2 3 4 Entity-wide information: Net assets by component, last ten fiscal years Changes in net assets, last ten fiscal years Governmental Funds Information: Fund balances, last ten fiscal years Changes in fund balances, last ten fiscal years Revenue Capacity These tables contain infonnation to help the reader assess the City's most significant local revenue source, the property tax. Also included is some additional infonnation on sales tax revenue. 5 6 7 8 9 10 Assessed value and actual value of taxable property, last ten fiscal years Direct and overlapping property tax rates, last ten fiscal years Principal property taxpayers, current year and nine years ago Property tax levies and collections, last ten fiscal years Direct and overlapping sales tax rates, last ten fiscal years Sales tax revenue by industry, current year and five years ago Debt Capacity These tables present infonnation to help the reader assess the affordability of the City's current levels of outstanding debt and the City's ability to issue additional debt in the future. 11 12 13 14 Ratios of outstanding debt by type, last ten fiscal years Ratios of net general bonded debt outstanding, last ten fiscal years. Direct and overlapping governmental activities debt Pledged revenue coverage, last ten fiscal years Demographic and Economic Information These tables offer demographic and economic indicators to help the reader understand the environment within which the City's financial activities take place and to help make comparisons over time and with other governments. 15 16 Demographic and economic statistics, last ten calendar years Principal employers, current year and five years ago Operating Information These tabLes contain inJonnation about the City's operations and resources to heLp the reader understand how the City's financial infonnation relates to the services the City provides and 17 18 19 Sources: Full-time equivalent city employees by department, last ten fiscal years Operating indicators, last ten fiscal years Capital asset statistics, last ten fiscal years Unless otherwise noted, the information in these tables is derived from the comprehensive annual financial reports for the relevant year. 111
  • Table I CITY OF SAN ANGELO NET ASSETS BY COMPONENT, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED - accrual basis of accounting) 2011-12 Governmental Activities : Invested in capital a ssets, net of rela ted debt Restricted Unrestricted Total Governmental Activities Net Assets Business-Type Activities: Invested in capital a ssets, net of rela ted debt Restricted Unrestricted Total Business-Type Activities Net Assets Primary Government: Invested in capital a s sets, net of related debt Restricted Unrestricted ::: Total Primary Government Net Assets tv $ $ $ $ $ $ 2010-11 27,779,895 21 ,358,553 11,860,302 60,998,750 $ 111,718,102 57,337,080 (4,216,773) 164,838,409 $ 139,497,997 78,695,633 7,643,529 225,837, 159 $ $ $ $ 2009-10 33,286,143 24,796,775 12,762 58,095,680 $ 133,918,235 9,934,203 13,994,167 157,846,605 $ 167,204,378 34,730,978 14,006,929 215,942,285 $ $ $ $ 28, 137,141 24,383,653 (4,917,254) 47,603,540 Fiscal Year 2007-08 2008-09 $ $ 135,862 , 187 7,845,711 10,016,280 153,724,178 $ 163,999,328 32,229,364 5,099,026 201,327,718 $ $ $ 29,944,984 20,074,040 8,244,853 58,263,877 $ 74,764,222 10,566,326 59,078,105 144,408,653 $ 104,709,206 30,640,366 67,322,958 202,672,530 $ $ $ $ 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 30,724,967 19,037,199 6,957 ,095 56,719,261 $ 26,507,028 15,864,132 7 ,202,670 $ 49,573,830 $ 28,330,227 12,688,330 5,593,038 $ 46,611,595 $ 19,960,051 7,180,821 14,595,484 $ 41 ,736,356 $ 13,255 ,752 12',486,094 11,936,057 $ 37,677,903 $ 13, 196,699 11 ,301,342 7,051,544 $ 31,549,585 92,803 ,487 13,865,935 31,563,088 138,232,510 $ 85 ,210,087 12,379,385 29,870,656 $ 127,460,128 $ 81,539 ,980 12,985,298 29,660,304 $124,185,582 $ 75,946,889 13, 100,290 24,639 ,394 $113,686,573 $ 76,640, 134 13,035,566 23,177,679 $112,853,379 $ 77,484,972 12,852,856 23,343 ,792 $113,681,620 123,528,454 32,903, 134 38,520, 183 194,951 ,771 $111,717,115 28,243,517 37,073,326 $ 177,033,958 $109,870,207 25,673,628 35,253,342 $170,797, 177 $ 95,906,940 20,281,111 39,234,878 $155,422,929 $ 89 ,895,886 25,521,660 35,113,736 $150,531 ,282 $ 90,681 ,671 24, 154, 198 30,395,336 $145,231,205
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO CHANGES IN NET ASSETS, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED . accnJal basis of accounting) 2011·12 2010·11 2009·10 Fiscal Year 2007·08 2008·09 Ta ble 2 2006·07 2005·06 2004·05 2003·04 2002·03 Expenses Governmental Activities: General Government Public Safety Public Works and Transportation Pu blic Facilities Health and Huma n Services Culture Pa rks and Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment and Housing Interest a nd Fiscal Charges Total Governmental Activities Expenses Bus iness· Type Activities: Water Sewer Transit Airport State Office Building Total Business· Type Activities Expenses Total Primary Government Expenses $ 10,863, 197 36,379,803 8,123,640 2 ,468,554 3,288,315 5,999,809 3,463,923 2,163,356 1,878,828 74,629,425 $ 10,965,462 33,867,601 7,863,396 2,261,854 4 , 112,967 4 ,534 ,751 4,193,681 3,084,266 1,371,616 72,255,594 $ 7 ,619 ,436 37,296 ,403 10,034,118 4,315,945 4 ,202 ,814 6 ,016 ,419 4,974,088 2,491,213 2, 110,568 79 ,061,004 $ 7 ,373,754 30,224,043 10,379,312 3 , 135,275 4 ,289,756 4 ,738 ,321 2,683,897 1,338,756 1,202 , 158 65,365,272 $ 14,502,556 7 ,306,901 43,237 2,187 ,103 939 ,674 24 ,979 ,471 $ 87 ,397,413 15,234,350 7 ,9 27,237 1,598,943 2,256 ,649 1, 112,666 28, 129,845 $ 86,356,668 15,969,335 6,942 ,517 1,589,845 2,300,091 891,129 27 ,692 ,917 $ 82,174,422 14,380,330 7,349 ,968 1,530,852 2,708,372 901 ,235 26,870,757 $ 78,461 ,978 13,341,962 7,538,490 1,564,174 2,103,869 977,004 25,525,499 $ 76, 176,217 $ $ $ $ $ 18,985,682 10,742,627 15,680 ,907 9,732,614 17,863 , 109 10,820,699 16,841 ,412 9 ,238,932 4,171,162 1,272,338 35,171 ,809 $ 109,801,234 3,665,909 1,671 ,974 30,751 ,404 $ 103,006 ,998 2,824,518 1,046 ,448 32,554,774 $111 ,615,778 3,881 ,134 1,205,244 31,166,722 $ 100,698,095 15,429 ,289 8 ,545 ,263 105 3 ,070,025 1,049 ,558 28,094,240 $ 93,459 ,512 $ $ $ $ $ $ 7 ,436 ,815 28,997 ,960 9 ,201 ,056 3, 108,835 3,452,185 5,804,458 1,960,406 1,412,580 1,043,647 62,417,942 $ 6,646,545 33,647,466 11 ,465,247 3 ,451,101 3 ,811 ,667 5,495 ,089 2,284,947 1,079,130 1,650,181 69 ,531 ,373 5,601,721 28 ,139,612 8,490,750 2,954 ,406 4 ,246 ,868 4 ,697,648 2,144,479 982 ,640 968,699 58,226 ,823 $ 5,854,484 27,655,766 7 ,487,994 3 ,012,181 3 ,824,289 3 ,726 ,743 1,495 ,253 862 ,935 561 ,860 54 ,481,505 $ 4,446,818 25 ,779 ,775 8 ,293 ,006 3,071 ,593 3 ,667 ,719 3,439 ,283 1,019,779 1,202,719 670,529 51,591,221 $ 4 ,738,257 24,500,893 7,036,097 2,648,543 3,693,045 3,490,526 2,745,469 913,924 883 ,964 50,650,718 Program Revenues ...... ...... W Governmental Activities: Charges for serviees: General Government Pu blic Safety Public Works and Trans portation Pu blic Fa cilities Health and Human Services Culture, Parks and Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment and Housing Operating grants and contributions Capital grants and contributions Total Governmental Activities Program Revenues Business·Type Activities: Water Sewer Transit Airport State Office Building Operating grants and contributions Ca pital grants and contributions Total Business·Type Activities Program Revenues Total Primary Government Program Revenues Net (Expense) I 1,341,469 6 ,877,504 1,156,103 676,062 921 ,127 425,215 272,390 20,114 3,681 ,990 317,708 15,689,682 1,231 ,983 6 ,316, 188 1,061 ,746 620,884 845,948 390,511 250,159 18,472 3, 381 ,480 291 ,777 14,409 , 148 3,261 ,098 6,078 ,350 135,554 410,061 426,735 286,462 35,336 365, 176 6,520,317 1,779,392 691,555 363,074 451,051 311 ,837 5,133,992 1,861 ,205 673,038 322,506 347,718 1,159,488 4,752,694 1,642,716 671,208 500,128 143,914 5 ,413,539 1,311 ,784 17,358,919 3,236 ,474 190,823 13,597,862 186,105 4 ,297 ,830 259 ,401 13,393 ,632 125,420 4 ,124,169 287,822 12,587,358 110,470 3,634,351 482,437 14,000,970 113,860 3,246,392 726,749 12,957 ,149 102,686 3,853,479 933,030 13,608,080 5,344,583 39,595,846 $ 52,989,478 16,292,190 8,880,868 2,813 1,356,901 1,109,857 15,821 2, 188,246 29,846 ,696 $ 42 ,434,054 19,936,227 8,309,329 145,141 1, 152,339 1,113,215 1,099,347 6 ,623,713 38,379,311 $ 52 ,380,281 14,815,466 7,612,387 137,210 1, 141,294 1,094,622 1,095,289 2,921 , 132 28,817,400 $ 41,774 ,549 13,547,924 7 ,556 ,610 134,794 1,200,001 1,076,726 1,374,481 1,896,8 04 26,787,340 $ 40,395,420 13,201,024 7 ,288,448 135,557 1,033,977 1,075,949 1,251 ,441 2,603,058 26 ,589 ,454 $ 41,598,713 $ (51,971 ,640) 11 ,501 ,606 $ (40,470,034) $(49,830 ,584) 4,867,225 $(44,963,359) $(44 ,225,853) 10,249,466 $(33 ,976,387) $(41,524,356) 1,124,483 $(40 ,399,873) $(37,983, 141) (83,417) $(38,066,558) $(35,641 ,459) 1,063,955 $(34,577 ,504) 23,324,070 15,033,265 20,818 ,217 13,585,101 20,719,288 11,721,899 19,609,055 11,555,165 1,437 ,400 1, 161 , 119 1,658 1,117,448 44,455, 156 60,144,838 1,418,125 1,157,281 350 1,715,694 42,648,785 57,057,933 1,455,673 1, 160,080 4,530 4,228,460 41 ,252 ,061 $ 58,610,980 1,777 ,390 1,409 ,987 3,700,086 1,965,685 1,121,358 39,328,650 $ 52,926,512 $ (57,846 ,446) 11 ,897,381 $ (45,949,065) $ (61,702,085) $ (55,933,511) 8,69 7,287 $ (53 ,004,798) 8, 161,928 $ (47 ,771 ,583) $ 1,281,685 5,515,520 1,799 ,980 658 ,943 381 ,891 135,693 1,415,299 4,054,593 1,579,115 567,790 685,412 137,382 2,397,932 97 ,002 3 ,938,920 135,814 15,009 ,259 27 ,301 ,830 13,435,701 $ 423,099 4 ,850,220 1,872,751 480,933 305,963 116,981 1,459 ,598 4,394,736 1,584,130 671,316 463 ,209 145,896 Revenue Governmental Activities Bus iness·Type Activities Total Primary Government Net Expens e $ (58,939,743) 9,283,347 $ (49 ,656,396)
  • CITI OF SAN ANGELO CHANGES IN NET ASSETS, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED - accrual basis of accounting) 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 28,675,344 22,633,111 3,885,969 2,489,412 223,844 28,515,143 20,200,646 3,841,056 1,908,202 342,355 27,818,552 18,757,222 4,947,607 1,709,757 321,794 26,840,692 19,638,399 4,988,087 1,743,442 281,677 264,080 677,892 694,080 2,299,082 61,842,814 589,133 239,334 (154,962) 7,389,201 62,870,108 382,714 3,252,130 162,906 273,971 57,626,653 183,002 129,755 50,245 14,074 Fiscal Year 2007-08 Table 2 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 25,598,986 19,425,593 3,769,280 1,812,447 253,465 24,376,737 18,575,337 3,821,051 1,537,181 277,283 1,834,249 3,475,404 588,859 2,358,788 59,117,071 2,509,201 309,039 713,515 2,391,214 54,510,558 21,507,013 15,149,725 4,090,493 1,197,555 310,724 182,769 1,076,995 340,227 690,383 1,036,925 45,582,809 20,528,231 14,653,758 3,890,397 1,177,516 265,930 186,884 456,818 380,230 1,346,408 1,141,141 44,027,313 20,824,254 13,965,898 3,873,713 1,184,203 271,694 1,146,836 1,900,396 704,084 (1,663,614) 55,579,999 22,452,503 17,265,400 4,611,838 1,390,669 288,251 157,600 2,330,304 158,623 636,209 (190,305) 49,101,092 494,234 333,421 2,053,100 (675,044) 42,325,473 249,049 772,953 1,498,511 1,428,905 1,080,627 741,180 396,317 449,459 53,218 (8,736) 131,053 44,630 1,612 4,456 275,380 577,647 $ 58,204,300 1,114,061 1,878,278 $ 57,458,277 (2 ,358,788) (729,224) $ 58,387,847 (2,391,214) (917,679) $ 53,592,879 (1,023,001) 190,305 249,543 $ 49,350,635 (1,036,925) (291,289) $ 45,291,520 (1 ,141, 141) (744,824) $ 43,282,489 675,044 1,134,980 $ 43,460,453 (4,075,432) 9,274,934 5,199,502 (353,512) 10,040,206 $ 9,686,694 7,145,431 10,772,382 $ 17,917,813 4,679,974 3,949,546 8,629,520 4,875,239 10,499,009 $ 15,374,248 4,058,453 833,194 4,891,647 6,044,172 (828,241) 5,215,931 6,684,014 2,198,935 8,882,949 General Revenues and Other Changes in Net Assets Governmental Activities: Taxes Property Taxes Sales Taxes Franchise Taxes Other Taxes Penalty, Interest and Fees on Delinquent Taxes Unrestricted Grants and Contributions Investment Income Miscellaneous Gain (Loss) on Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Total Governmental Activities Business-Type Activities Investment Income Unrestricted Grants and Contributions Gain (Loss) on Sale of Capital Assets Special Item-Transfer Capital Assets to Concho Valley Transit District Transfers .-. Total Business-Type Activities ~ Total Primary Government $ (2,299,082) (2,065,835) 59,776,979 $ 2,903,071 7,217,512 10,120,583 $ (7,389 ,201 ) (7,245,372) 55,624,736 $ 5,023,662 4,652,009 9,675,671 10,477 Change in Net Assets Governmental Activities Business-Type Activities Total Primary Government $ $ $ $ $
  • Table 3 CITY OF SAN ANGELO FUND BALANCES, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED . modified accnJal basis of accounting) Fiscal Year 2011·12 General Fund: Reserved Unreserved Total General Fund Development Corporation Reserved Unres erved Total Development Corporation Other Governmental Funds: Reserved Unreserved, reported in : Special revenue funds Capital projects fund s Permanent Funds Total Other Governmental Funds Total All Governmental Funds ...... ...... (Jl $ $ 2010·11 $ 15,552,359 15,552,359 $ 10,011 ,793 554,938 12,055,562 12,610,500 2009·10 $ $ 14, 191 , 183 2008·09 $ 10,691 ,521 $ 8,376 ,204 $ 9 ,888 ,063 $ 9,290,055 $ 13,635,280 $ $ $ 516,000 9,681,083 10,197,083 $ 10,011,793 $ 14, 191 , 183 $ 13,635,280 $ $ 13,477,029 $ 12,743 ,660 $ 10,845,080 $ 10,362,082 $ $ 432 ,407 24,851,206 629,266 36,274,961 172,308 19,199,055 844,703 $ 30,104,129 (334,867) 21 ,678,764 677,989 $ 31 ,311,941 $ 57,783,410 $ 50,552,874 $ 49 ,885,228 23,065,198 $ 32,670,287 $ 757,627 19,140,068 8,030 30,750,805 $ 48,629,350 $ 59,471 ,970 $ 50,322 , 195 $ 19,926 ,627 $ $ 94,868 11 ,542 ,429 11 ,637,297 2004·05 $ $ 546,738 9,199,461 9 ,746,199 2003·04 $ $ 1,918,522 8,257,067 10,175,589 2002·03 $ $ 1,769,679 8 ,841,469 10,611 ,148 8,376 ,204 11 ,307, 171 2,943,620 14,250,791 (102,430) 9,690,599 2005·06 $ $ 370, 128 9,387,096 9,757,224 2006·07 483,839 6,773,819 7,257,658 $ 5,936,110 5,936,110 2007·08 10,691 ,521 $ 13,668,562 $ $ $ 8,390,742 19,423 18,882,629 407,026 $ 32,977,640 $ 6,020,839 4,348,630 216,800 18,977,011 6,066,932 5,706,658 127,994 $ 20,031 ,975 $ 44 ,614,937 $ 28 ,723,210 $ $ 8,130,391 30,207,564 $ 7,379,630 $ 5,100,755 2,049,837 67,703 14,597,925 $ 25,209,073
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES, GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNA UDITED . modified accrual basis of accounting) Table 4 2009· 10 2008·09 Fiscal Year 2007·08 2006·07 2005·06 2004·05 2003·04 2002·03 54,701,851 788,344 4,935,935 6,587,116 3,360,423 571,502 1,064,749 72,009,920 $ 53,360,648 749,994 5,802,593 6,507,228 3,376,374 355,807 3,761,586 73,914,230 $ 53,174,028 956,430 2,879,754 6,259,958 2,795,338 1,082,591 2,654,253 69,802,352 $ 50,739,596 824,044 3,745,158 4,795,470 2,963,407 1,704, 198 2,333,272 67,105,145 $ 48,540,214 837,712 3,312,779 4,109,843 3,037,725 2,264,004 1,501,820 63,604,097 $ 46,006,542 854,997 3,363,906 5,952,894 2,913,149 2,099,118 1,141,105 62,331,711 $42,25 1,954 783,365 3,507,513 5,545,553 2,486,834 875,330 1,084,776 56,535,325 $ 40,380,131 801,144 3,718,190 5,599,388 2,263,083 19,597 876,987 53,658,520 $40,114,049 730,224 3,446,716 5,555,105 2,084,766 405,422 1,127,937 53,464,219 9,870,672 33,814,811 7,610,698 674,273 3,120,047 4,748,136 3,417,503 2,249,530 17,642,496 9,213,186 32,602,167 7,424,858 676,047 3,931,698 3,902.,147 4,158,511 3,003,707 15,097,659 6,980,931 32,343,040 9,401,330 2,294,330 3,815,320 4,737,786 4,936,385 2,462,664 9,112,226 7,262,219 31,163,741 10,743,236 2,357,480 3,659,902 4,699,118 2,269,164 1,025,893 9,180,567 7,281,505 28,830,029 9,002,408 2,150,597 4,211,926 4,387,184 2,683,061 1,479,027 14,770,926 5,831,349 27,409,244 8,366,998 2,009,509 3,318,347 4,978,438 1,514,009 1,398,735 8,238,495 5,553,170 26,321,618 7,607,085 2,011,007 4,134,531 4,086,890 3,782,835 997,952 8,161,995 4,931,280 25,283,381 7,534,952 1,993,160 3,661,288 4 ,172,138 1,480,985 852,476 3,095,233 4,945,920 24,274,205 7,356,460 2,215,076 3,623,283 3,125,478 1,096,501 1,245,588 2,340,201 4,476,830 23,246,748 6,562,385 1,960,237 3,621,929 3,266,907 2,729,719 883,581 2,945,218 3,370,218 2,314,013 88,832,397 (13,987,429) 2,679,000 2,211 ,093 84,900,073 (12,890,153) 3,616,500 2,155,932 81,856,444 (7,942,2 14) 5,655,000 1,876,287 79,892,607 (10,090,255) 3,340,000 1,49 1,273 79,627,936 (12,522,791) 4,545,000 1,217,998 68,828,122 (5,224,025) 4 ,654,000 1,099,944 68,411,027 (6,079,316) 6,077,000 582,090 59,663,983 (3,128,658) 5,002,000 761,049 55,985,761 (2,327,241) 4,982,000 918,487 55,594,041 (2,129,822) 12,269,292 11,474,122 13,780,000 3,657,344 2,774,951 16,705,000 6,954,595 9,699,820 6,079,617 20,177,444 5,777,745 5,532,895 4,875,000 5,291,884 845,727 (9,970,210) 3,144,809 870,727 (4 ,084,92 1) 22,039,928 (184,620) 226,361 (3,218,086) 480,999 4,736,320 10,122,204 663,110 717,043 (3,048,240) 13,190,437 769,836 (5,212,196) 12,212,055 690,884 (4 ,976,902) 21,971,043 742,063 (4 ,875,504 ) 1,644,304 1,480,651 (4 ,559,333) 7 ,329,2 13 5,309,999 (5 ,6 18,635) 4,983,248 9,149,775 $ (7,461,215) 6,988,030 $ 15,891,727 $ (1,484,354) 9.6% 12.0% 2011 · 12 2010·11 Revenues Taxes Liscenses and Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Fines and Forfeits Investment Income Other Revenues Total revenues $ 58,034,537 787,612 3,495,356 7,964,663 2,994,37 1 247, 146 1,32 1,283 74,844,968 $ Expenditures ..... ..... 0 General Government Pu blic Safety Public Works and Transportation Pu blic Facilities Health and Human Services Culture, Parks a nd Recreation Economic Development Urban Redevelopment and Housing Capital Outlay Debt service: Principal Interest and fees Total expenditures Excess revenues over (under) expenditures Other financing sources (uses) Transfers In Debt Issue Proceeds Capitalized Leases Sale of Capital Assets Transfers Ou t Tota l other financing sources (u ses) Restatement of beginning fund balance Net change in fund balances Debt service as a percentage of noncapitaJ expenditures $ (I 0,842,620) 8.1% $ 7.1% 7 .8% 704,084 (4,710,195) 15,473,840 $ 5,383,585 10.8% $ 667,646 7.3% $ 9.4% $ 5,001,972 10.7% $" 2,853,426 11.0%
  • Table 5 CITY OF SAN ANGELO ASSESSED VALUE AND ACTUAL VALUE OF TAXABLE PROPERTY, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS; (UNAUDITED) Actual Value Industrial Property Fiscal Year 2002 1,642,575,980 517 ,314,948 33,185,200 509,412,322 2,702,488,450 413,953,414 2,288,535,036 0 .86830 2003-04 2003 1,710,306,345 526 ,359 ,933 36,428 , 198 515,383,506 2,788 ,477 ,982 418,161 ,662 2,370,316,320 0 .86830 2004-05 2004 1,802,674,780 547 ,697 , 120 35,833 ,250 531 ,240,228 2 ,917 ,445,378 439,638,978 2 ,477,806,400 0.86830 2005-06 2005 1,928,569,190 598,462 , 199 34,610,000 532 ,588,016 3,094,229,405 468,965,229 2 ,625,264,176 0.85500 2006-07 -..J Residential Property 2002-03 >-' >-' Tax Year 2006 2 , 153,077,096 637, 153,512 34,613,450 557,811,547 3 ,382,655,605 517 ,486,090 2,865, 169,515 0.85000 2007-08 2007 2 ,286,082,615 694,262,321 34,930,650 549,218,014 3 ,564,493,600 534,674,610 3,029,818,990 0 .84000 2008-09 2008 2 ,502,263,186 708,020,201 30,210,850 585,056,734 3 ,825,550,971 490,009,599 3,335,541 ,372 0 .82750 2009-10 2009 2,759,315,091 724,790,790 29 ,811 ,000 589,244,647 4 , 103, 161,528 582,142,000 3 ,521,019,528 0 .81750 2010-11 2010 2,843,511,067 704,939,433 30,058,400 584,247,824 4 , 162,756,724 561,216,519 3,601,540,205 0.81750 2011-12 2011 2,982,354,709 710,198,077 29,633,750 623,792,545 4 ,345,979,081 584,870,033 3,761 , 109,048 0 .78600 Commercial Property Source: Tom Green County Appraisal District Personal Property Total Less: Exemptions Net Assessed Taxable Value Total Direct Tax Rate
  • Table 6 CITY OF SAN ANGELO DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING PROPERTY TAX RATES LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Fiscal Year City's Direct Tax Rates (Per $100 of Assessed Value) Debt General Service Fund Fund Total Overlapping Rates * Tom San Angelo School Green District County 2002 -03 0 .76844 0 .09986 0 .86830 0.52360 1.56913 2003-04 0.76830 0 . 10000 0.86830 0.52285 1.56750 2004-05 0 .76830 0 . 10000 0 .86830 0 .52285 1.57525 2005-06 0 .76300 0 .09200 0.85500 0 .52285 1.57200 2006-07 0 .75000 0.10000 0 .85000 0.52285 1.44000 2007-08 0 .74000 0 . 10000 0 .84000 0 .52582 1.11000 2008-09 0.73000 0.09750 0.82750 0 .52582 1.11000 2009-10 0.72000 0 .09750 0.81750 0 .52500 1.35250 2010-11 0 .73750 0 .08000 0 .81750 0 .52500 1.31250 2011-12 0 .70600 0.08000 0 .78600 0 .52500 1.28000 * Includes rates for maintenance & operations and debt service. Source: Tom Green County Appraisal District. 118
  • Table 7 CITY OF SAN ANGELO PRINCIPAL PROPERTY TAXPAYERS CURRENT YEAR AND NINE YEARS AGO (UNAUDITED) TaxEa:l::er Walmart, Inc. Ethicon, Inc. Angelo Community Hospital AEP Texas North / WTU Verizon Martier-Hirschfeld Nabors Well Service Sunset Mall Alexander Construction Suddenlink Communications Shannon Medical Center Hirshfeld Steel T.C.A. Cable Town & Country Food Stores TyEe of Business Retail $ Manufacturing Hospital Utility Utility Utility Petroleum Industr: Real Estate Real Estate Cable TV Hospital Manufacturing Utility Retail $ Total Assessed Value Fiscal Year 2011-12 Percent of Total Assessed Assessed Value Rank Value 1 1.48% 55,593,912 39,719,966 2 1.06% 37,165,635 3 0 .99% 4 0.84% 31,609,280 0 .74% 27,677,883 5 27,107,390 0.72% 6 25,726,330 7 0 .68% 8 0 .52% 19,485,250 16,596,324 9 0.44% 14,267,968 10 0.38% 294,949,938 $ 3,761,109,048 Source: Tom Green County Appraisal District. 119 7.85% $ Fiscal Year 2002-03 Percent of Total Assessed Assessed Rank Value Value 24,806,433 5 1.08% 2 .31% 52,871,894 2 1.33% 30,366,790 3 4 1.14% 26,191,440 2.58% 58,960,680 16,567,250 $ 7 0.72% 16,798,298 ll,060,490 9,550,279 9,192,704 256,366,258 6 8 9 10 0 .73% 0.48% 0.42% 0.40% 11.19% $ 2,288,535,036
  • Table 8 CITY OF SAN ANGELO PROPERTY TAX LEVIES AND COLLECTIONS LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Collected within the Fiscal Year of Levy Fiscal Year Taxes Levied for the Fiscal Year Amount Collections Percent of in Subsequent Years Levy Total Collections to Date Percent of Levy Amount 2002-03 19,871,350 19,389,965 97.58% 367,158 19,757,123 99.43% 2003-04 20,581,458 20,105,156 97.69% 410,210 20,515,366 99.68% 2004-05 21 ,514,793 21,102,395 98.08% 386,881 21,489,276 99.88% 2005-06 22,446,045 21,963,206 97.85% 355,408 22,318,614 99.43% 2006-07 24,353,960 23,872,659 98.02% 359,328 24,231,987 99.50% 2007-08 25,450,480 24,896,126 97.82% 381,615 25,277,741 99.32% 2008-09 26,714,703 25,928,360 97.06% 525,376 26,453,736 99.02% 2009-10 27,789,598 26,871,734 96.70% 405,641 27,277,375 98.16% 2010-11 28,319,334 27,606,888 97.48% 261,361 27,868,249 98.41% 2011-12 28,356,670 27,881,820 98 .33% 27,881,820 98.33% Source: Tom Green County Appraisal District. 120
  • Table 9 CITY OF SAN ANGELO DIRECT and OVERLAPPING SALES TAX RATES LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Fiscal Year City Direct Rate Tom Green County State of Texas 2002-03 1.50% 0 .50% 6 .25% 2003-04 1.50% 0 .50% 6.25% 2004-05 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2005-06 l.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2006-07 1.50% 0.50% 6.25% 2007-08 l.50% 0 .50% 6.25% 2008-09 1.50% 0.50% 6 .25% 2009-10 l.50% 0.50% 6 .25% 2010-11 l.50% 0.50% 6 .25% 2011-12 1.50% 0 .50% 6.25% Source: State of Texas Comptroller 121
  • Table 10 CITY OF SAN ANGELO SALES TAX REVENUE BY INDUSTRY CURRENT YEAR AND FIVE YEARS AGO Calendar Year 20 11 TAX LIABILITY Agriculture. Forestry, Fishing, Hunting Mining, Oil and Gas Utilities Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing Information Finance, Insurance Real Estate, Rental, Leasing Professional, Scientific, Technical Admin. Support, Waste Management Educational Services Health Care Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment ,Recreation Accomodation, Food Service Other Services PERCENT OF TOTAL Calendar Year 2006 TAX LIABILITY PERCENT OF TOTAL 19,501 251,891 35,275 385,430 456,152 869,054 9,976,289 71,069 878,873 35,506 210,711 140,913 399,131 3,735 71,754 139,597 2,446,189 635,360 0.11% 1.48% 0.21% 2 .26% 2 .68% 5.10% 58.59% 0.42% 5.16% 0 .21% 1.24% 0.83% 2.34% 0 .02% 0.42% 0.82% 14.37% 3.73% 10,278 158,033 n/a 411,212 531,954 902,534 8,594,013 7,935 738,449 25,877 187,237 181,196 387,224 6,960 78,460 120,400 1,927,279 460,940 0 .07% 1.07% n/a 2.79% 3.61% 6.13% 58 .34% 0 .05% 5 .01% 0 . 18% 1.27% 1.23% 2.63% 0.05% 0.53% 0.82% 13 .08% 3 . 13% 17,026,430 100.00% 14,729,981 100.00% Source: State of Texas Comptroller Note : Calendar year 2011 is the most current year available. 122
  • Table 11 CITY OF SAN ANGELO RATIOS OF OUTSTANDING DEBT BY TYPE, LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Business-type Activities Governmental Activities Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds General Obligation Debt 2002-03 4 ,315,000 5 ,305,000 6 ,225,000 531 ,000 7 ,536 37, 120,000 26,335,000 4 ,637 79,843,173 Percent of Personal Income a 3 .84% 2003-04 4 , 190,000 8 ,520,000 3 , 180,000 341,000 4 ,763 35,745,000 25, 170,000 1,670 77,152,433 3 .53% 874 2004-05 3 ,800,000 6 , 185,000 19,750,000 169,000 1,674 34,310,000 24,285,000 88,500,674 3.84% 1,004 2005-06 3,390,000 4,505,000 17,355,000 32 ,820,000 23,360,000 81,430,000 3.22% 925 2006-07 2 ,965,000 12,215,000 14,995,000 19,605,000 50,830,000 100,610,000 3 .81% 1, 139 2007-08 2 ,520,000 10, 170,000 24,290,000 663, 110 18,110,000 49,260,000 105,013, 110 3 .75% 1,161 2008-09 2 ,080,329 22 ,615,000 23,310,000 507,996 16,545,000 47,524,671 112,582,996 3 .76% 1,225 2009- 10 1,595,592 20,355,000 22,300,000 345,980 14,915,000 45,649 ,408 105,160,980 3 .43% 1, 141 2010-11 1,085,608 18,825,000 35,035 ,000 176,714,392 231,660,000 6 .75% 2 ,486 2011-12 555,428 17,170,000 33 ,725,000 166,974,572 218 ,425,000 6 .21 % 2 ,330 Fiscal Year ...... tv General Obligation Bonds Certificates of Obligation Ad Valorem Sales Tax Supported Tax Supported Loans Payable Capital Leases Loans Payable Capital Leases Total Primary Government Per Capita a 908 VJ Notes: Details of the City's outstanding debt are in the notes to the financial statements. a. See Table 15 for personal income and population data. These ratios are calculated using personal income and population for the prior calendar year.
  • CITY OF SAN ANGELO RATIOS OF NET GENERAL BONDED DEBT OUTSTANDING LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Ad Valorem Tax Supported Fiscal Year Net General Bonded Debt Percent of Actual Value of Taxable Property Per Capita Other General Obligation Debt Business-type Activities Revenue Sales Tax Supported Supported Table 12 Total General Obligation Debt Percent of Actual Value of Taxable Property Per Capita 2002-03 109.37 6 ,225,000 26,335,000 42,180,000 1.56% 479.54 12,710,000 0.46% 143.91 3 , 180,000 25,170,000 41,060,000 1.47% 464.89 2004-05 9,985,000 0 .34% 113.32 19,750,000 24,285,000 54,020,000 1.85% 613.08 2005-06 7,895,000 0.26% 89.70 17,355,000 23,360,000 48,610,000 1.57% 552.30 2006-07 IV 0.36% 2003-04 ...... 9,620,000 15,180,000 0.45% 171.91 14,995,000 50,830,000 81,005,000 2.39% 917.38 2007-08 12,690,000 0 .36% 140.25 24,290,000 49 ,260,000 86,240,000 2.42% 953. 11 2008-09 24,695,329 0 .65% 268.78 23,310,000 47,524,671 95,530,000 2.50% 1,039.73 2009-10 21,950,592 0.53% 238.21 22,300,000 45,649,408 89,900,000 2.19% 975.59 2010-11 19,910,608 0.48% 213.63 35,035,000 176,714 ,392 231,660,000 5.57% 2,485.62 2011-12 17,725,428 0.41% 189.05 33,725,000 166,974,572 218,425,000 5 .03% 2,329.64 -+>-
  • Table 13 CITY OF SAN ANGELO DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES DEBT AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 (UNAUDITED) Debt Outstanding Governmental Unit Debt Repaid With Property Taxes San Angelo Independent School District Tom Green County Grape Creek Independent School District SUbtotal overlapping debt $ 128,690,000 10,475,000 4,975,000 As of 8/31/2012 7/31/2012 8/31/2012 City of San Angelo direct debt Estimated Percentage Applicable a Estimated Share of Overlapping Debt 97 .69% 82 .02% 0.24% $ 51 ,450,428 b Total Direct & Overlapping Debt 125,717,261 8,591,595 11 ,940 134,320,796 $ 185,771,224 Sources: Taxable value used to estimate applicable percentages provided by Tom Green County Appraisal District. Outstanding debt data provided by each governmental unit. Notes: Overlapping governments are those that coincide, at least in part, with the geographic boundaries of the City. This table estimates the portion of the outstanding debt of those overlapping governments that is borne by the residents and businesses of the City. This process recognizes that, when considering the City's ability to issue and repay long-term debt, the entire debt burden borne by the residents and and businesses should be taken into account. However, this does not imply that every taxpayer is a resident, and therefore responsible for repaying the debt, of each overlapping government. a The percentage of overlapping debt applicable is estimated using taxable property values. Applicable percentages were estimated by determining the portion of another governmental unit's taxable value that is within the City's boundaries and dividing it by each unit's taxable value. b See Table 11 for details of the City's direct governmental activities debt. 125
  • Table 14 CITY OF SAN ANGELO PLEDGED-REVENUE COVERAGE LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS, (UNAUDITED) Fiscal Year Utility Service Charges Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds Less: Net Operating Debt Service Available Expenses Revenue Principal Interest Coverage 2002-03 21,003,737 16,108,971 4,894,766 1,405,000 1,920,503 1.47 2003-04 21,591,752 16,173,628 5,418,124 1,375,000 1,858,715 1.68 2004-05 23,598,359 17,873,947 5,724,412 1,435,000 1,800,064 1.77 2005-06 29,657,408 17,636,758 12,020,650 1,490,000 1,735,362 3 .73 2006-07 27,442,047 18,341,620 9,100,427 1,565,000 1,359,424 3.11 2007-08 33,679,319 19,516,252 14,163,067 1,495,000 982,416 5.72 2008-09 34,524,952 17,440,985 17,083,967 1,565,000 910,617 6.90 2009-10 37,806,196 23,878,347 . 13,927,849 1,630,000 835,431 5.65 2010-11 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2011-12 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 126
  • Table 15 CITY OF SAN ANGELO DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS, LAST TEN CALENDAR YEARS (UNAUDITED) Calendar Year 2002 a 87,959 2 ,078,647,088 23,632 Unemployment Rate c 3 .7% 2003 88,322 2,185,262 ,924 24,742 3.0% 2004 88,112 2,302,719,008 26,134 4.7% 2005 88,014 2,532,778,878 28,777 4 .3% 2006 88,300 2,639,198 ,700 29,889 4.2% 2007 90,483 2,803,434 ,789 30,983 3 .8% 2008 91,880 2,997,768,760 32,627 4 . 1% 2009 92,149 3,062,019 , 121 33,229 6 .2% 2010 93,200 3,432,742,400 36,832 6 .5% 2011 93 ,759 3,518,962,788 37,532 4.9% Po~ulation Personal Income Per Capita Income b Sources: a U.S . Census Bureau. b U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis for the San Angelo Metropolitan Statistical Area c San Angelo Chamber of Commerce. 127
  • Table 16 CITY OF SAN ANGELO PRINCIPAL EMPLOYERS, CURRENT YEAR AND FIVE YEARS AGO (UNAUDITED) Employer Goodfellow Air Force Base Shannon Health System San Angelo Independent School Dist. Angelo State University City of San Angelo San Angelo Community Medical Center Tom Green County SITEL, Inc. Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson) Verizon Fiscal Year 2011-12 Percent Number of of Total Employees Rank Employment 4,998 1 11.07% 2,615 2 5.79% 1,971 3 4.37% 1,626 4 3 .60% 875 1.94% 5 842 1.86% 6 733 7 1.62% 710 8 1.57% 523 9 1.16% 504 10 1.12% 15,397 Total San Angelo Employment 34. 10% Fiscal Year 2006-07 Percent Number of of Total Employees Rank Employment 13.47% 6,015 1 4.94% 2,206 2 4 .51% 2,012 3 1,360 4 3.05% 944 7 2.11% 1.60% 715 9 10 1.54% 688 1,350 5 3.02% 841 8 1.88% 2.91% 1,300 6 17,431 44,654 45,151 Sources: San Angelo Chamber of Commerce. Texas Workforce Commission 128 39.03%
  • Table 17 CITY OF SAN ANGELO FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT CITY EMPLOYEES by DEPARTMENT LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Fiscal Year Full-time-Equivalent Employees General Government City Manager Legal, City Clerk Public Information Development Corporation Human Resources Building Maintenance Construction Management Emergency Management City Health Insurance Workers Compensation Administration Finance, Accounting Informa tion Services Communications Purcha sing Municipal Court Wa ter Billing and Receipts Vehicle Maintenance Public Safety Police Public Safety Communications Fire / Ambulance Community Development / Planning Planning Engineering Permits and Inspection Code Compliance Fire Prevention 911 Address ing Tran sit Neighborhood & Family Services Public Works Opera tions Traffic / Signal Street and Bridge Airport Water Sewer Storm Water Health and Social Services Adm inistra tion Animal Control Nursing/Immunization Environmental Health BRLHO Biotcrrorism Pharmacy WIC Social Services Parks and Recreation Parks Texa s Bank Sports Complex Recreation Nutrition Golf Course Civic Events Fort Concho Fairmount Cemetery State Office Building Total Full-time-Equivalents 4 .0 8 .0 2.0 2 .0 5.0 6 .0 1.0 2 .0 1.0 4 .0 4.0 8 .0 2.0 2.0 5.0 3.0 1.0 2.0 6.0 4 .0 13.0 6.0 3 .0 3 .0 34.0 8 .0 19.0 7 .0 9.0 2.0 7 .0 10.0 2 .0 6 .0 10.0 2.0 5.0 9.3 2.0 4.0 9 .3 1.0 4.0 8 .3 1.0 4.0 8 .3 1.0 4.0 8 .5 1.0 5.0 2 .0 5 .0 2.0 5.0 2.0 4.0 2.0 4 .0 2.0 4.0 2.0 4.0 2.0 4.0 2.0 2.0 10.0 4.0 2.0 10.0 3 .0 2.0 11.0 3.0 2.0 9.0 5.0 1.0 3 .0 6 .0 1.0 3.0 6.0 1.0 1.0 6.0 6.0 12.0 6.0 3.0 3.0 32.0 8.0 19.0 14.0 6 .0 3 .0 4 .0 36.0 20 .5 19.0 13.0 6 .0 2.0 3.0 35.5 20 .5 19.0 12.0 6.0 12.0 6.0 12.0 6 .0 11.0 6.0 11.0 5.0 11.0 5.5 3.0 35.5 20.5 20 .0 3.0 34.0 21.5 21.0 3.0 33.0 20.5 21.0 3 .0 31.0 20 .5 21.0 3 .0 30.0 20 .5 21.0 3.0 31.0 20 .5 22 .0 199.0 25.0 169.0 191.0 25.0 169.0 196.0 26.0 169.0 195.0 26.0 169.0 194.0 26 .0 168.0 193.0 26 .0 159.0 201.0 26 .0 154.0 200.0 26 .0 146.0 198.0 26.0 139.0 195.0 26 .0 139.0 12.0 8.0 12.0 7.0 8 .0 0.5 12.0 8.0 12.0 7 .0 8 .0 0 .5 13.0 8.0 12.0 7 .0 8.0 0.5 13.0 8 .0 12.0 7 .0 8 .0 0 .5 11.0 8.0 12.0 5 .0 7.5 0.5 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 12.0 5 .0 6.5 0 .5 12.0 12.0 12 .0 12.0 6.0 6 .0 6 .0 8.0 9.0 6 .5 0 .5 28 .0 8 .0 4 .5 0 .5 28 .0 6 .0 6.5 0 .5 30.0 8 .0 4 .5 0 .5 28 .0 8 .5 3.0 12.0 27.0 14.5 114.0 38.0 24.0 3.0 12.0 27.0 14.5 116.0 38.0 21.0 3.0 12.0 46 .0 13.0 108.0 38.0 3.0 12.0 46 .0 13.0 105.0 38.0 3.0 12.0 42 .0 14.0 103.0 37.0 11.0 12.0 42 .0 13.0 98.3 33.0 10.0 13.0 42.0 14.0 94.3 33.0 10.0 13.0 42.0 14.0 92 .3 34.0 16.0 13.0 39.0 13.0 88 .3 34.0 16.0 13.0 43 .0 15.0 89.8 34.0 12.0 5 .0 4 .0 1.0 16.0 5.0 3.0 1.0 16.0 5 .0 3.0 1.0 16.0 6 .0 3.0 2.0 14.0 6.0 4 .0 3 .0 12 .0 8 .0 10.0 4 .0 12.0 10.0 10.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 6 .0 18.0 6 .0 20.5 6 .0 13.3 7 .0 2.0 12.0 6.0 10.0 7.5 1.2 2.0 14.5 6.0 3.0 12.0 7 .0 10.0 1.0 2 .0 12.0 6 .0 10.0 7 .5 1.2 1.5 2.0 14.5 10.0 1.0 2 .0 14.5 10.0 1.0 2.0 16.5 10.0 47.0 9 .0 10.0 4.7 52.0 7.0 9.0 4.7 53.7 57.7 49.8 44.0 36.0 36.0 35.0 37.0 12.0 13.0 6 .0 2.0 943.7 13.0 13.0 7.0 2.0 941.7 13.0 4.7 3.5 13.0 14.0 7 .0 2.0 969.9 12.0 4.7 3.5 13.0 14.0 9 .5 2.0 968 .9 13.0 4 .7 3 .5 13.0 14.7 9.5 2.0 952.7 23.3 7 .0 3 .5 13.0 13.3 10.0 2.0 941.2 18.5 7.0 3 .5 10 .0 13.3 8.3 2.0 939.9 18.5 7 .0 3.5 10.0 13.3 10.4 2 .0 924.8 22.3 7 .0 3 .5 10.0 13.3 10.4 2 .0 902 . 1 22 .3 7 .0 3.5 10.0 13.3 8 .4 1.0 921.7 Source: City of San Angelo Operating Budget 129
  • Table 18 CITY OF SAN ANGELO OPERATING INDICATORS by FUNCTION / PROGRAM LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) Fiscal Year 2007-08 2006-07 20l1-12 2010-l1 2009-10 2008-09 8,129 8,430 7,800 8,524 9,022 600 992 1,494 1,067 Police Number of Arrests Calls for Service 6,213 89,198 6,741 89,876 8,127 101,003 Fire I Ambulance Fire responses Ambulance Responses Fire Marshall Inspections 6,280 11,658 3,750 6,494 11,325 4,142 Municipal Court Parking Violations Traffic Cases Criminal Cases 1,800 22,872 7,961 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 7,908 7,778 7,788 8,255 8,896 1,100 1,077 1,070 1,075 1,145 932 7 ,725 106,004 9,327 98,472 9,863 100,931 7,037 75,041 5,607 71,894 6,140 70,158 4,810 120,910 6,632 10,571 3,730 6,228 10,135 3,110 6,177 9,791 2,775 6 ,073 9,784 2,175 6,544 9,156 2,275 6,233 8,652 n/a 5,897 8,508 n/a 6,105 8,547 n/a 2,377 22,319 10,321 2,371 23,548 9,206 2,133 21,947 11,893 4,264 24,274 13,095 3 ,665 26,557 14,228 2,716 28,884 17,586 3 ,058 27,612 13,368 2,965 32,085 17,064 2,972 27,627 12,300 32 ,845 31,885 31,721 31,618 31,381 31,449 31,381 31,300 31,010 30,964 11.28 14.00 13.93 13.47 11 .22 12.89 12.98 12.89 13.28 14.25 Sewer Average Daily Treatment (millions of gallons) Number of connections 8.46 30,342 8 .35 29,473 8.22 28 ,920 9.08 28,883 8.44 30,910 9.04 30,812 9 .24 30,501 9.11 30,476 9.47 28,139 9.39 27,792 Parks, Recreation and Nutrition Number of Acres Maintained Number of Meals Served 695 38,873 723 43,061 616 47,316 595 44,478 560 45,631 560 45,137 560 44 ,500 305 45,909 305 46,409 305 46,918 134 0 448 132 0 476 77 37 260 75 37 261 229 40 259 212 33 220 212 38 206 FUNCTION I PROGRAM General Government Building Permits Issued Health and Human Services Animals Registered >--' W 0 Water Number of Customers Average Daily Consumption (millions of gallons) Coliseum, Number Number Number Auditorium, Convention Center of Events-Coliseum of Events-Auditorium of Events-Convention Center Source: City of San Angelo Operating Budget 84 0 590 84 68 351 90 43 381
  • Table 19 CITY OF SAN ANGELO CAPITAL ASSET STATISTICS by FUNCTION / PROGRAM LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS (UNAUDITED) 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 Fiscal Year 2006-07 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 FUNCTION l PROGRAM 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 Public Works Miles of Streets Miles of Alleys Number of Street Lights 539 205 7214 533 205 7119 530 203 6882 526 203 n/a 525 202 n/a 523 202 n/a 521 191 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Water Miles of Water Mains Number of Fire Hydrants 672 2933 656 2713 655 2703 653 2698 651 2651 643 2633 638 2617 636 2485 635 2471 634 2395 Sewer Miles of Storm Sewers Miles of Sanitary Sewers 4 .9 471 4 .9 457 4 .9 456 4 .9 456 4 .9 454 4 .9 451 4 .9 451 4 .9 451 4 .9 451 4 .9 450 Parks Number of Acres Number of Playgrounds Number of Tennis Courts Number of Recreation Centers Number of Sports Complexes 695 26 20 5 5 723 37 20 5 5 616 29 20 5 5 595 29 20 5 5 560 27 20 5 5 560 27 20 5 5 560 27 20 5 5 305 24 27 5 5 305 24 27 5 5 305 24 27 5 5 Number of Fire Stations >-' W >-'
  • City of San Angelo Memo Date: November 14, 2013 To: Mayor and Council Members From: Morgan Chegwidden, Budget Manager Subject: Agenda Item for 11-19-13 Council Meeting Contact: Morgan Chegwidden, 653-6291 Caption: Regular Item Discussion and consideration of the possibility of issuing rebates of Water Fees and any action related thereto. Summary: As stated in the water fee ordinance, during the months of April and November of each year the City Council shall review the financial condition of the Water Operations Fund and determine whether a rebate to water customers is appropriate. If a rebate is determined to be appropriate, such rebate shall be accomplished in May and December or as soon thereafter as practical. The amounts and methodology for providing the rebate shall be determined by the City Council. Staff will present the estimated Water Operations Fund Balance as of September 30, 2013 in an effort to provide Council with the information necessary to form an opinion. The Water Operations Fund estimated fund balance as of September 30, 2013 is $2,766,039. The goal for the Water Operations Fund is 75 days of expense budget, or $5,254,948. Since the estimated fund balance is less than the goal, it would not be fiscally prudent to issue a rebate at this time. The fund balance in this fund is not at a level where staff would recommend a rebate. History: There have been two occasions when this fund balance exceeded ninety days expenditures and Council decided to use that excess. On one occasion the base fees were changed to zero for two months, and for the other occasion the excess was transferred to a capital projects fund to assist with capital improvements. Financial Impact: Reduction in fund balance – depending on the amount directed by City Council Related Vision Item Financial Vision (if applicable): Other Information/ Recommendation: Staff recommends no action at this time. Attachments: N/A Presentation: by Morgan Chegwidden Publication: No
  • Reviewed by Director: Tina Bunnell Approved by Legal: N/A