Alameda County 2011-12 Proposed Budget Overview

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  • 1. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12  Proposed Budget OverviewSusan S. Muranishi, County AdministratorKai Mander, Principal Analyst 2
  • 2. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011‐12  FY 2011 12 Proposed Budget Overview Economic Update FY 2011‐12 Proposed Budget p g Funding Gap & Balancing Strategies Federal Budget Update Federal Budget Update State Budget Update Pending Factors & Schedule Pending Factors & Schedule 3
  • 3. County Administrator’s Office Alameda County Unemployment Rate  y p y Since Recession Began (not seasonally adjusted)13%12% 10.3%11%10%9%8%7%6% 4.9%5%4%
  • 4. County Administrator’s Office Alameda County Median Home Values y July 2007 – April 2011 650,000  619,000  619 000600,000 550,000 500,000 450,000 400,000 400 000 338,000 350,000 300,000  280,000 250,000 200,000  5
  • 5. County Administrator’s Office Assessment Roll Percent Change Assessment Roll—Percent Change Alameda County18%16%14%12%10%8%6%4%2%0%‐2%‐4% 6
  • 6. County Administrator’s Office Sales Tax Revenues15,000,00014,000,00013,000,00012,000,00011,000,00010,000,000 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11 Proj. 2011‐12  Budget 7
  • 7. County Administrator’s Office Prop. 172 Sales Tax Revenues$125,000,000$120,000,000$115,000,000$110,000,000$110 000 000$105,000,000$100,000,000 $95,000,000 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11  2011‐12  Proj. Budget 8
  • 8. County Administrator’s Office Measure A Revenues—County Share$30,000,000$30 000 000$28,000,000$26,000,000$24,000,000$22,000,000$20,000,000 9 2004‐2005 2005‐2006 2006‐2007 2007‐2008 2008‐2009 2009‐2010 2010‐2011  2011‐2012  Proj. Budget
  • 9. County Administrator’s Office Realignment Revenues210,000,000 200,000,000 190,000,000 180,000,000 170,000,000 160,000,000 150,000,000  2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐2011  2011‐12  10 proj. budgeted
  • 10. County Administrator’s Office Quarterly Interest Rate for  Investment Pool6% 5.0%5%4%3%2%1% 0.4%0% 11
  • 11. County Administrator’s Office Increased Demand for Services Dramatic increase in caseloads for assistance  programs, including:  CalWORKs  Food Stamps  Medi‐Cal  IHSS 12
  • 12. County Administrator’s Office Economic Outlook We have reached bottom, but slow recovery Unemployment to stay high for some time p y y g Home prices have stabilized; sales still low Taxable sales increasingg East Bay will see strong economic growth  again…but when? gSource: Beacon Economics 13
  • 13. County Administrator’s OfficeFY 2011‐2012 Proposed BudgetFY 2011 2012 P dB d 14
  • 14. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011‐12 Proposed Budget ‐ All Funds  p g ($ in millions) 2010 11 2011 12  Increase/  2010‐11 2011‐12 Increase/ Final Proposed (Decrease) % ChangeAppropriation $2,443.4 $2,468.5 $25.1 1.0%/RevenueF.T.E. F TE 9,103.19 9 103 19 9,049.17 9 049 17 (54.02) (54 02) (0.6%) (0 6%)Positions**Full‐time equivalent positions  15
  • 15. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011 12 Proposed Budget  FY 2011‐12 Proposed Budget – General/Grant/Measure A Funds ($ in millions) 2010‐11 2011‐12  Increase/  Final Proposed (Decrease) % ChangeAppropriation $2 101 6 $2,101.6 $2,056.7 $2 056 7 ($44.9) ($44 9) (2.1%) (2 1%)/RevenueF.T.E.  7,287.47 7,232.03 (55.44) (0.8%)Positions**Full‐time equivalent positions  16
  • 16. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011 12 Proposed Budget FY 2011­12 Proposed Budget Appropriation by Major Object – General/Grants/Measure A Funds Other Financing  Salaries &  Uses Benefits Other Charges 3.6% 40.8% 19.8%Fixed Assets 0.3% Services &  Supplies 35.5% Total Appropriation: $2,056.7 million 17
  • 17. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011 12 Proposed Budget FY 2011­12 Proposed Budget Appropriation by Program  General/Grants/Measure A Funds General Health Care Services Government Capital Projects 27.9% 9.4% 0.4% Non Program  Expenditures 2.5% Public Assistance 31.3% Public Protection Contingency &  26.1% Reserves 2.4% Total Appropriation: $2,056.7 million 18
  • 18. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12 Proposed Budget  Funding by Source— General/Grants/Measure A Funds Other Sources,  Property Taxes,  8.1% 14.6% Charges for  Charges for Services, 14.7%Other Taxes,  8.4% State, Federal  and Local  and Local Government  Aid, 54.2% 19 Total Appropriation: $2,056.7 million
  • 19. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011-12 Discretionary Revenue 2011 12 Share of Total General Fund Use of Fund Balance Use of Fund Balance Discretionary  Discretionary $7.1  Revenue Use of FMR 1% $506.9  $56.8  26% 3% Debt Service  Debt ServiceProgram Revenue Revenue $25.4  $1,339.2  69% 1% Total General Fund:  $1,935.4 million 20
  • 20. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011 12 Proposed Budget 2011-12 Discretionary Revenue by Source Vehicle License Fee Other Revenue (ERAF) $34.4  $152.0  7% 30% Interest on  Investments $4.0  1% Sales & Use Tax Property Tax Sales & Use Tax  $12.0  $300.6  (ERAF) 2% 59% $3.9  1% Discretionary Revenue:  $506.9 million 21
  • 21. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12 Proposed Budget Use of Discretionary Revenue by Program Capital Projects Capital Projects General  General 1% Government 10% Debt ServicePublic Assistance 5% 13% Health Care Public Protection 17% 46% Contingency &  Reserve Increase 8% Discretionary Revenue:  $506.9 million 22
  • 22. County Administrator’s Office Community­Based Organizations FY 2011­12 Funding (in millions) 2011‐12 Program ContractsGeneral Government $46.4Health Care $255.1HCSA – Alameda County Medical Center $114.4Public Assistance $69.9Public Protection $4.0Total – CBO Contracts $489.8 242 Contractors 23
  • 23. County Administrator’s OfficeFunding Gap and BalancingStrategiesS i 24
  • 24. County Administrator’s Office Closing the Gap  Closing the Gap General/Grant/Measure A Funds Net  Reductions FTE  ( (in millions) ) Reductions General Government $22.6  6.6 Health Care Services $34.1 11.9 Public Assistance $33.2 60.3 Public Protection $35.9 32.0Subtotal Programs $125.8 110.8Countywide Strategies $12.1  0.0Total $137.9 110.8FTE = Full‐Time Equivalent Positions
  • 25. County Administrator’s OfficeFY 2011 2012  Closing the GapFY 2011‐2012 ‐ Closing the GapOngoing vs. One‐Time Strategies One­ time Ongoing 60% 40% 26
  • 26. County Administrator’s Office Closing the Funding Gap Budget Balancing Strategies Net Reductions  ($ millions)Ongoing Strategies Program reductions $61.1 Program revenue increases $22.4 $22 4 CalWORKs revenue losses ($29.0)Subtotal Ongoing Strategies $54.5MOne­Time Strategies Fiscal Management Reward Savings $56.8 One‐time revenues $9.4 Use of Available Fund Balance $7.1 1% allocation for capital projects $5.0 Use of Prop. 172 Designation $3.0 One‐time appropriation reductions O i i i d i $2.1 $2 1Subtotal One­Time Strategies $83.4M 27Total Balancing Strategies $ 137.9M
  • 27. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011 12 Balancing Strategies FY 2011‐12 Balancing Strategies (in millions) Countywide  Fiscal Mgmt.  Strategies Reward 8% 40% Program Reductions/  Revenue 52% Funding Gap:  $137.9 million 28
  • 28. County Administrator’s Office Countywide Strategies  C t id St t i (in millions)Use of Available Fund Balance  $  7.1Use of 1% of Disc. Revenue for Capital $  5.0TOTAL $12.1 29
  • 29. County Administrator’s Office Fiscal Management Reward Program  Savings (in millions)General Government $17.8  Health CareH lth C $15.5   $15 5Public Assistance $15.0  Public ProtectionP bli P i $   8.5 $ 85 Total: $56.8 million 30
  • 30. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12 Closing the Gap FY 2011 12 Closing the Gap Potential Impacts Reduction of 111 FTEs Adult inmate services, youth services including  supervision and investigations, Public Defender  and District Attorney services State‐imposed cuts to CalWORKs and IHSS will  impact services to public assistance recipients Mental health services, Medi‐Cal claiming,  alcohol and drug services, clinician training Deferred maintenance 31
  • 31. County Administrator’s OfficeFederal Budget UpdateF d lB d U d 32
  • 32. County Administrator’s Office Federal Budget Update FY 2011 Budget FY 2012 Budget FY 2012 B d t Deficit and Debt limit 33
  • 33. County Administrator’s OfficeState Budget UpdateS B d U d 34
  • 34. County Administrator’s Office ERAF Losses by Year (in millions) Cumulative loss: $4.3 Billion$350 $335 $320 $326 $320 $326 $297$300 $273 $263$250 $236 $220 $206$200 $187 $170 $158$150 $140 $147 $129 $130 $135$100 $50 $30 $0 35
  • 35. County Administrator’s OfficeFunding Gaps Since ERAF Intercept (in millions) 36
  • 36. County Administrator’s OfficeALAMEDA COUNTY PROPERTY TAX DISTRIBUTION 37
  • 37. County Administrator’s Office State Budget for FY 2011­12$26.6 billion original funding gap-$13.4 billion in cuts, transfers already adopted-$3.6 billion (higher revenues, higher costs)$9.6 billion remaining gap 38
  • 38. County Administrator’s Office State Budget for FY 2011 12 State Budget for FY 2011­12 Impact from Cuts Already Adopted (partial list) CalWORKs IHSS SSI/SSP Medi-Cal Medi Cal Adult Day Health Program Healthy Families Program 39
  • 39. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12 State Budget $9.6 Billion Gap Remains Governor Veto of Legislature Approved Plan Governor Veto of Legislature Approved Plan Implementation and Funding of Realignment? Phase‐out of Redevelopment Agencies? Ph t fR d l tA i ? Pension reform, spending cap in exchange for  tax extensions? i ? Possibility of all cuts budget 40
  • 40. County Administrator’s Office Pending Factors Federal and State budgets Greater demand for services Greater demand for services Economic downturn impacting revenues and  expenses Retirement and health cost increases 41
  • 41. County Administrator’s Office Budget Hearing Schedule Budget Hearings June 20, 12:30 p.m.  Opening Comments  Health Care Health Care  Public Assistance  Public Protection June 21, 1:30 p.m.  General Government  Other Issues/Final Adjustments / j Budget Deliberations June 22, 11:00 a.m. Budget Adoption June 24, 11:00 a.m. 42
  • 42. County Administrator’s Office FY 2011­12  Proposed Budget OverviewSusan S. Muranishi, County AdministratorKai Mander, Principal Analyst 44