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2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
2011 income tax presentation tipp city
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  • 1. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS<br />May 3, 2011 Income Tax Levy<br />
  • 2. CURRENT INCOME TAX RATE<br />1.25% - $3,597,652<br />0.80% General Fund - $2,302,497<br />Public Safety (Police, Fire & EMS), Parks, Engineering, Economic Development, Finance & Administration<br />0.20% Capital Improvements - $575,624<br />Maintenance and reconstruction of roads, replacement of vehicles and equipment, police cruisers, ambulances, fire equipment, facilities, and debt<br />0.25% Parks Capital Improvements - $719,530<br />Approved in 2002 for a 10-year period<br />Construction of Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center, ball fields at Kyle Park and other parks improvements<br />
  • 3. CITIZENS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE<br />21 volunteers appointed to serve on CIP Committee to evaluate the long-term capital needs of the City and to make a recommendation on how best to fund those needs<br />Eliminated $2,340,322 in proposed projects<br />Recommended $20,087,762 in items/projects over the next ten years<br />
  • 4. CITIZENS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE<br />Recommended Items/Projects<br />New Ladder Truck<br />Renovation/Expansion of Fire/EMS Station<br />Comprehensive Street Resurfacing Program<br />Franklin Street Reconstruction<br />Dow Street Reconstruction<br />S. Third Street Reconstruction<br />
  • 5. INCOME TAX PROPOSAL<br />Recommended by Citizens Capital Improvement Committee and approved by City Council<br />0.25% income tax increase effective July 1, 2011<br />Dedicated to CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS <br />10-year duration<br />Continuation of current 0.25% Parks CIP income tax effective January 1, 2013<br />Dedicated to CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS <br />10-year duration<br />
  • 6. INCOME TAX PROPOSAL<br />
  • 7. CITY FINANCES“Not like your home finances” <br />
  • 8. TYPES OF FUNDS<br />26 Separate Funds<br />General Fund<br />Special Revenue Funds – 8<br />Swimming Pool Fund<br />Street Repair Fund<br />State Highway Fund<br />Debt Service Funds - 2<br />Bond Retirement Fund<br />Special Assessment Bond Retirement Fund<br />Capital Outlay Funds – 5<br />Capital Improvement Reserve Fund<br />Parks Capital Improvement Fund<br />Enterprise Funds – 7<br />Electric Fund<br />Water Fund<br />Sewer Fund<br />Trust and Agency Funds – 3<br />Medical Reimbursement Fund<br />Contractor’s Maintenance Deposit Fund<br />
  • 9. CITY BUDGET<br />
  • 10. 2010 Expenditures - $28,784,788<br />
  • 11. GENERAL FUND - $5,693,472 <br />
  • 12. GENERAL FUND REVENUE<br />
  • 13. PROPERTY TAXES - Mils<br />City receives less than $0.03 of every property tax dollar paid<br />
  • 14. GF TRANSFERS TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT RESERVE FUND (CIRF)<br />
  • 15. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT RESERVE FUND (CIRF) – 2010 REVENUE<br />0.20% Inc Tax $ 575,624<br />Transfers <br />General Fund $ 137,000 (Hartman Ave.)<br />Grants<br />State $218,760 (Main St. - Streetscape)<br />
  • 16. CIRF - EXPENDITURES<br />2010 Debt Payments = $263,054<br />Police Station<br />Service Center<br />Fire Engine Pumper<br />CR 25-A Widening<br />Kinna Drive Extension<br />
  • 17. CIRF - EXPENDITURES<br />≈$300,000 remaining for<br />Police cruisers<br />Fire equipment<br />Medics<br />Information technology<br />Vehicles & equipment<br />Streets Maintenance and Reconstruction<br />Facilities Maintenance<br />
  • 18. STREETS<br />56 Miles of Street<br />117 Lane Miles<br />Currently resurfaced an average of every 30+ years<br />12-Year Program<br />4.67 Miles Annually<br />$650,368<br />15-Year Program<br />3.73 Miles Annually<br />$519,458<br />20-Year Program<br />2.8 Miles Annually<br />$389,942<br />
  • 19. STREET RESURFACING COSTS<br /><ul><li>2002 $74,241 per mile
  • 20. 2003 $95,038 per mile
  • 21. 2004 $84,796 per mile
  • 22. 2006 $99,820 per mile
  • 23. 2007 $101,017 per mile
  • 24. 2008 $166,667 per mile (N. Hyatt St)
  • 25. 2009 $139,265 per mile (Evanston Rd)</li></li></ul><li>MAXIMIZING GRANT FUNDING<br />City has received over $15,000,000 in grants since 2001 for:<br />Street Improvements<br />Streetscape<br />Parks<br />Prairies/Wellhead Protection<br />Bikeways<br />Utilities<br />
  • 26. STREETSCAPE, PHASE 2 – 2007/2008<br />OPWC Grant $350,000 (33.0%)<br />ODOT (TE) Grant $302,236 (28.5%)<br />ODOT – Paving Grant $109,111 (10.2%)<br />City – Water Fund $137,536 (13.0%)<br />City – Electric Fund $ 77,651 ( 7.3%)<br />City – Sewer Fund $ 84,317 ( 8.0%)<br /> TOTAL $1,060,851<br />
  • 27. N. HYATT STREET, PHASE 2 - 2008<br />OPWC Grant $400,000 (42%)<br />Miami Co Engineer $135,000 (14%)<br />City – Capital Reserve $304,930 (32%)<br />City – Water $ 17,130 ( 2%)<br />City – Sewer $ 86,142 ( 9%)<br />TOTAL $943,202<br />
  • 28. TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT PROJECT – 2010/11<br />OPWC Grant $214,800 (23%)<br />CMAQ Grant $423,700 (46%)<br />Electric $214,250 (23%)<br />Street $ 77,500 ( 8%)<br />TOTAL $930,250<br />
  • 29. City operations<br />
  • 30. FT EMPLOYEES BY FUND<br />
  • 31. FT GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES<br />40.25 Total FT GF Employees<br />19.00 Sworn Police Officers<br /> 3.00 Records Clerks – Police Department<br /> 1.00 EMS Chief<br /> 2.00 Utility Billing Personnel Directly Reimbursed By Utility Funds<br />15.25Non-Safety Personnel Paid Out of General Fund<br />
  • 32. FT GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES BY DEPARTMENT<br />
  • 33. FIRE DEPARTMENT<br />Fire Chief – Part-time<br />Volunteers/Paid On-Call<br />Many firefighters are City employees that are permitted to leave their jobs to answer fire calls, which allows the Fire Department to respond with adequate personnel.<br />Respond to over 430 calls per year<br />ISO Rating = 4, top 11% of fire departments<br />
  • 34. FIRE COSTS<br />$137,106 Fire – 2010 Expenditures<br />- $73,357 Monroe Twp Fire Contract<br />$63,749<br />*$6.91 annual cost per resident<br />
  • 35. Fire Department - Vehicles<br />AgeExpected Life<br />2004 Pumper (twp) 6 30<br />2002 Pumper 7 30<br />1997 Pumper 13 30<br />1994 Grass Truck (twp) 16 * 15<br />1994 Light Rescue 16* 15<br />1992 Tanker (twp) 18 30<br />1983 Pumper/Tanker (twp) 27 * 25<br />1982 Pumper 28 * 25<br />1975 Aerial (ladder) 35 * 30<br />
  • 36. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES<br />1 Full-Time Chief<br />15 Part-Time Paramedics/EMT’s<br />13 Volunteer Paramedics/EMT’s<br />Respond to 1,400 call per year<br />
  • 37. EMS COSTS<br />$731,243 EMS – 2010Expenditures<br />$426,767 EMS Billing – City/Twp<br />$304,476<br />* $33.02 annual cost per resident<br />
  • 38. FIRE/EMS COMPARISONS - 2009<br />
  • 39. PUBLIC SAFETY COMPARISONS - 2009<br />
  • 40. POLICE COMPARISONS<br />
  • 41. Lane Miles Added to City<br /> Street Lane % Full<br />Miles MilesIncTime<br />1970 – Prior 31.7 78.8 -- 3<br />1971 – 1990 38.3 95.1 21% 4<br />1991-2010 59.0 154.2 59% 4<br />
  • 42. Cost Cutting Measures Enacted by City<br />2008 Combined Clerk of Council/CM Secretary Positions - $20,000 annually<br />2010 Combined Street Supt/Parks Supt Positions - $32,000 (GF) $20,000 (Street Fund)<br />2010 PT Engineer Position Eliminated<br /> $27,000<br />2010/11 FT Utility Billing Clerk replaced with PT<br /> $24,600<br />
  • 43. Cost Cutting Measures Enacted by City<br />2010/11 Electric Lineman Position Eliminated - $46,000<br />
  • 44. Questions?<br />

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