City Council July 20, 2012 Budget Presentation

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  • Recall there is $1.7 available for capital. There is a water operating impact on streets.
  • This is in addition to the $7.5 mill bond scheduled for 2013-2014 for police station remodel and fire station reconstruction. These two bond issuances could be combined for a total of $55,150,000.
  • So far today we’ve discussed capital. Now we’re moving in to the annual O&M budget.
  • MD Discuss additional funding vs. cuts Of course we could also dip into the $1.7 mill capital funds budget.  EXCEL spreadsheet. What does CiCo want to implement? Already populated with staff recommendation.
  • 1. Leave Payoffs is a huge financial burden to the City. $209,910 is no where near enough to address our emergency needs. In public safety alone leave payoffs exceed $209,910. We could double this budget and just begin to address the leave payoffs in public safety. Fire $291,845.79 Police $157,895.46 PSC $3,494.39 = 453,235.64 2. Insurance includes $1.5 mill in retiree health insurance, property insurance, etc.
  • We have more detail available for *ed services including program income, grant revenue. We can discuss in more detail with you if you would like.

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  • 1. Budget DiscussionJuly 10, 2012
  • 2. Calendar
  • 3. Calendar
  • 4. Agenda• Capital & Borrowing Capacity• Operating Budget • Getting Balanced• Tax Supported Services
  • 5. Capital• Recall for the 2011-2012 budget $1,755,191 was approved for capital projects. • $1,000,000 streets maintenance mill and overlay for sections of 14th Street, 19th Street, and Main Street. • $755,191 storm water drainage remediation West Avenue P phase 1.• To continue this commitment to capital improvements, $1,756,529 is proposed in the 2012-2013 budget
  • 6. Capital Borrowing Capacity• Current capital budget $ 1,756,529• LESS $250,000 annually for fire truck replacement• Could use $1,506,529 capital budget for debt service • Assuming 20 years at 4% we could borrow aprox. $20,475,000 principal • Budget impact?
  • 7. Capital Additional Borrowing Capacity• Implement a recurring transfer each year from Water and Wastewater capital• 1/3 of capital budget after debt service payments• Aprox. $2,000,000 annually
  • 8. Capital Borrowing Capacity• Use $1,506,529 current General Fund capital project budget• PLUS $2,000,000 transfer in• Aprox. $3,506,529 million debt service • Assuming 20 years at 4% we could borrow aprox. $47,650,000 principal for street reconstruction and other improvements
  • 9. 2012-2013 Operating Budget GoalsRevenue Under/(Over) Expense (1,075,180)Estimate for Meet & Confer Raises 367,820Estimate for Raises 550,000Street Maintenance – Seal Coat 1,200,000Reduce Property Tax Rate – ½ ¢ 175,000Animal Services Effort 100,000Expanded Level Requests 460,000 Gap/Additional Need 1,777,640
  • 10. 2012-2013 Operating Budget Potential SolutionsFranchise Fees 6% 1,343,165Stormwater Indirect Cost 120,000Hotel Occupancy Tax  Sports Complex 50,000Hotel Occupancy Tax  Fort Concho 50,000User Fees 200,000COSADC pay for Public Info Svcs 10,000TIRZ 465,229Parking meters 340,000Red light cameras 100,000 Total 2,678,394
  • 11. Follow Up• Direction on specific ideas or solutions to follow up on• Implementation
  • 12. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETCITY COUNCIL 0 121,543 121,543CITY MANAGER 0 603,478 603,478LEGAL (INCLUDESPROP MGT.) (73,148) 666,815 593,667PUBLICINFORMATION 0 158,627 158,627CITY CLERK (150) 219,643 219,493CONSTRUCTIONMGT. (90,100) 90,100 0
  • 13. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETECONOMIC DEV. 0 252,396 252,396FINANCE 0 477,723 477,723ACCOUNTING 0 486,480 486,480BILLING & RECEIPTS (563,776) 557,348 (6,428)INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY 0 508,609 508,609PURCHASING (11,000) 140,255 129,255MUNICIPAL COURT (2,843,780) 2,139,112 (704,668)
  • 14. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETHUMAN RESOURCES 0 357,699 357,699PUBLIC SAFETYCOMMUNICATIONS 0 1,216,541 1,216,541CROSSING GUARDS (116,280) 116,280 0FACILITIES MAINT. 0 580,171 580,171LEAVE PAYOFF 0 242,910 242,910INSURANCE 0 2,105,007 2,105,007
  • 15. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETTGC APPRAISALDISTRICT 0 587,764 587,764TAX REBATEAGREEMENTS 0 504,360 504,360TGC MENTALHEALTH UNIT 0 77,278 77,278TGC CRISISINTERVENTION 0 26,132 26,132BANK CHARGES 0 17,000 17,000
  • 16. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETTRANSIT DISTRICT 0 212,996 212,996*CEMETERY 0 16,732 16,732*NUTRITION 0 89,265 89,265EQUIPMENTREPLACEMENT 0 1,201,373 1,201,373CAPITAL PROJECTS 0 1,753,119 1,753,119*TEXAS BANKSPORTS COMPLEX 0 350,000 350,000
  • 17. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NET*FORT CONCHO 0 301,431 301,431GOLF COURSE 0 75,000 75,000*EMERGENCY MGT. 0 15,667 15,667*NURSING 0 178,051 178,051*SOCIAL SERVICES 0 87,704 87,704*STORM WATER 0 95,000 95,000COMM. & ECO. DEV.ADMIN. 0 102,775 102,775
  • 18. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETENGINEERING (55,100) 501,503 446,403PLANNING (21,238) 252,543 231,305GIS (1,000) 255,222 254,222PERMITS & INSP. (563,000) 709,509 146,509OPERATIONS 0 321,689 321,689TRAFFIC/SIGNALS (2,000) 802,993 800,993STREET & BRIDGE (45,000) 2,357,100 2,312,100
  • 19. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETSTREET LIGHTING 0 1,118,829 1,118,829PARKS (278,453) 2,435,547 2,157,094WATER LILY 0 86,100 86,100RECREATION (391,350) 966,054 574,704CODE COMPLIANCE (121,950) 394,597 272,647HEALTH ADMIN. 0 119,765 119,765ANIMAL CONTROL (116,282) 712,612 596,330
  • 20. Tax Supported Services DEPARTMENT REVENUE EXPENSE NETMHMR 0 55,423 55,423POLICE (272,250) 15,162,032 14,889,782FIRE (2,490,000) 13,102,113 10,612,113FIRE PREV (136,000) 633,127 497,127 (8,191,857) 56,718,350 48,526,493* Note: The bulk of * activity is recorded in other funds.
  • 21. Calendar
  • 22. Calendar