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  • A General Obligation Bond is a common type of municipal bond that is secured by a local government’s pledge to use legally available resources, including tax revenues, to repay bond holders. Bonds are generally used for public projects including streets, drainage, sidewalk, building and park improvements. General Obligation Bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the City.
  • Creekside Subdivision = 1,932 feetOrgain and Hague area = 334 feetClarks Crossing and Carol Meadows Subdivisions = 1,091 feet                       
  • -Strategic Guide has 13 policy statements-Guides Hutto’s growth to 2030-Bolded Policies are directly related to the bond
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    • 1. City of Hutto, TexasBond Election<br />November 3, 2009<br />
    • 2. Process<br /><ul><li>July: Bond Committee Meetings
    • 3. August 6: City Council orders election
    • 4. November 3: Election Day</li></li></ul><li>Bond Committee Process<br /><ul><li>Reviewed long-range plans
    • 5. Strategic Guide
    • 6. Parks Master Plan
    • 7. Capital Improvements Plan
    • 8. Pedestrian Mobility Plan
    • 9. Planning indicators
    • 10. Survey results
    • 11. Performance measures</li></li></ul><li>General Obligation Bonds<br /><ul><li>What is a GO Bond?
    • 12. Require voter approval
    • 13. Backed by property taxes
    • 14. Why go GO?
    • 15. Voter approval demonstrates desire for project
    • 16. Certificates of Obligation
    • 17. Don’t require voter approval
    • 18. Frequently used for utility and other projects that will have a negligible impact on taxes</li></li></ul><li>Propositions<br />The issuance of $8,500,000 General Obligation Bonds for Street Improvements. <br />The issuance of $3,000,000 General Obligation Bonds for Fritz Park, Future Parks, Park Facilities, and Open Space Acquisition. <br />The issuance of $6,000,000 General Obligation Bonds for Sport Complex Facilities.<br />The issuance of $5,000,000 General Obligation Bonds for a City/YMCA Recreation Center. <br />
    • 19. Proposition 1 - Transportation<br /><ul><li>Recommended Projects</li></li></ul><li>Farley/Taylor Street<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>80 additional parking spaces.</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2009<br />Construction 2010<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Design $289,000<br />Construction 2,462,000<br />Other 0<br />Total $2,751,000<br />
    • 20. Mager Lane Phase I<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Phase I – FM 1660 to Clarks Crossing</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2011<br />Construction 2011<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Design $224,000<br />Construction 1,783,000<br />Other 190,000<br />Total $2,197,000<br />
    • 21. West Street<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Includes sidewalks and curb and gutter improvements</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2012<br />Construction 2013<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Design $80,000<br />Construction 715,000<br />Other 55,000<br />Total $850,000<br />
    • 22. Metcalf<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Includes sidewalks and curb and gutter improvements</li></ul>Estimated Cost:<br />Design $73.000<br />Construction 665,000<br />Other 0<br />Total $738,000<br />Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2013<br />Construction 2014<br />
    • 23. East Street (Farley to Metcalf)<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Approximately 900 feet from Farley to Metcalf
    • 24. Includes:
    • 25. sidewalks
    • 26. curb and gutter improvements</li></ul>Estimated Cost:<br />Design 63,000<br />Construction 539,000<br />Other 0<br />Total 602,000<br />Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2011<br />Construction 2012<br />
    • 27. Jim Cage/Front Street Intersection<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Add turning lane to relieve traffic flow at intersection.</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2012<br />Construction 2012<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Design 25,000<br />Construction 175,000<br />Other 0<br />Total 200,000<br />
    • 28. FM 1660 S. Sidewalk<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>8’ trail along FM 1660 South
    • 29. Approximately 1.7 miles
    • 30. Evans St. to Farley Middle School and Hutto Ray Elementary</li></ul>Estimated Cost:<br />Design 75,000<br />Construction 425,000<br />Other 0<br />Total 500,000<br />Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2012<br />Construction 2012<br />
    • 31. Fencing Along Arterials<br />Possible Areas:<br /><ul><li>Carl Stern = 2,470 feet
    • 32. Front St. = 1,190 feet
    • 33. Creekside Subdivision = 1,932 feet
    • 34. Orgain and Hague Area = 334 feet
    • 35. Clarks Crossing and Carol Meadows Subdivision = 1,091 feet</li></ul>Approximately $55 per linear foot.<br />(depending on material/style) <br />(additional $750 per gate)<br />Estimated Cost - $450,000<br />
    • 36. Proposition 2 – Parks and Park Facilities<br /><ul><li>Recommended Projects</li></li></ul><li>Parks Master Plan – Major Goals(Adopted January 2007)<br />Goal 1: To develop park facilities to serve the existing, as well as the impending growth of the community.<br />Goal 2: To plan park facilities meeting the projected population growth. <br />Goal 3: To determine potential locations for future parkland<br />Goal 4: To preserve adequate open space for the long-term population growth of Hutto. <br />Goal 5: To plan development of recreational facilities with the health safety and well being of the community as a primary consideration. <br />
    • 37. Parks Master Plan - Recommended Actions<br />Revised Parkland Dedication Ordinance (Yr 1)*<br />Develop Hutto Lake Park (Yrs1-3)**<br />Acquire parkland for multiuse sports complex <br />Improve Existing Facilities (Yrs2-4)**<br />Develop 2-4 miles of additional trail (Yrs3-5)**<br />Develop Park for subdivision north of Hutto Elementary (Yrs2-4)<br />*Completed Aug07<br />**In Progress<br />
    • 38. Parks Master Plan - Recommended Actions<br />Develop Community Center & Outdoor Recreational Swim Center (Plan Begin In 3yrs/Open Late 2012)<br />Acquire Parkland in NW Section of Hutto<br />Water Play/Sprayground Facility in NC or SC Section of Hutto<br />Develop 2-4 miles of additional trail<br />Develop acquired Parkland in NW Hutto<br />Expand Sports Complex Facilities<br />
    • 39. Fritz Park Master Plan<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Restore ballfields including concessions and restrooms
    • 40. Add internal walking trail
    • 41. Add additional parking</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2010<br />Construction 2011<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Total $2,300,000<br />
    • 42. Parkland Acquisition<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Set aside funds to purchase park facilities or future parkland as it becomes available</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Purchase ?<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Total 1,000,000<br />
    • 43. Proposition 3 – Sports Complex<br /><ul><li>Recommended Projects</li></li></ul><li>Sports Complex<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Sports complex including soccer, baseball & softball facilities</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2012<br />Construction 2012<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Total 6,000,000<br />
    • 44. Proposition 4 – City/YMCA Rec. Center<br /><ul><li>Recommended Projects</li></li></ul><li>YMCA Market Research identified that Hutto was lacking in selected family recreational needs. The following components are necessary to meet these needs…<br />Indoor Aquatics<br />Child care while using the facility<br />Group Exercise<br />Teen Center<br />Health & Wellness<br />Senior Activities<br />HUTTO<br />Source: YMCA<br />
    • 45. YMCA Recreation Center<br />Comments:<br /><ul><li>Land donated
    • 46. City would own facility
    • 47. YMCA would provide equipment and operate</li></ul>Anticipated Schedule:<br />Design 2011<br />Construction 2012<br />Estimated Cost:<br />Total 5,000,000<br /> 25,000 sq. ft. facility<br />Source: YMCA<br />
    • 48. YMCA Recreation Center<br /><ul><li>City would construct facility, YMCA would supply and operate
    • 49. YMCA would lease facility from City</li></ul>($4.5 million over 30 year lease)<br /><ul><li>City and YMCA would work together to identify programming needs</li></ul>Source: YMCA<br />
    • 50. Hutto’s Debt Outlook<br /><ul><li>Hutto’s Bond Rating (Standard and Poor’s): A+
    • 51. Current outstanding debt:
    • 52. General Fund</li></ul>Principal: $5,133,250<br />Interest: $3,087,371<br />Capital Lease: $252,616<br /><ul><li>Utility Fund</li></ul>Principal: $26,996,750<br />Interest: $22,208,687<br />Capital Lease: $449,095<br />Total Indebtedness: $58,127,770<br />Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 53. Planning Indicators<br /><ul><li>Population</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 54. Planning Indicators<br /><ul><li>Property Value and Tax Rate</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 55. Planning Indicators<br /><ul><li>Tax Rate Breakdown</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 56. Planning Indicators<br /><ul><li>Property Tax Breakdown</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 57. Planning Indicators<br /><ul><li>City conducted its first citizen survey in 2008
    • 58. Survey asked residents to:
    • 59. rate satisfaction with services
    • 60. reasons and means for communicating with the City
    • 61. and top future priorities</li></li></ul><li>2008 Citizen Survey – Top Priorities<br /><ul><li>Top priorities:</li></ul>Business/Economic Development/Job Creation<br />Safety (Police, Fire, EMS, etc.)<br />Grocery Store<br />Roads/Sidewalks/Pedestrian Mobility – Prop. 1<br />Parks/Trails – Prop. 2 & 3<br />Traffic – Prop. 1<br />Recreation/ Sports Facilities – Prop. 3 & 4<br />Lower taxes, fees, and charges<br />Beautification – Prop. 1 & 2<br />Water Quality<br />Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 62. Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 63. Strategic Guide 2030<br /><ul><li>Council Relations
    • 64. Leadership
    • 65. Quality of Life – Prop. 2,3, &4
    • 66. Organization Development Policy
    • 67. Service Delivery
    • 68. Fiscal and Budgetary – All
    • 69. Public Safety
    • 70. Transportation – Prop. 1
    • 71. Education
    • 72. Growth Guidance Plan
    • 73. Infrastructure - All
    • 74. Economic Development
    • 75. Legislative Agenda</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 76. Tax Rate Impact<br /><ul><li>Tax Rate Components
    • 77. Operations and Maintenance
    • 78. Interest and Sinking
    • 79. Assumes 5% annual assessed valuation growth
    • 80. Approximately $.19 I&S Increase over next five years if 5% assessed valuation growth
    • 81. Average home appraised at $132,294 would pay $251 more in property taxes in year 5.</li></ul>Source: City of Hutto<br />
    • 82. Estimated Schedule<br />
    • 83. Questions?<br />

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