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Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal
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Papenfuse 2014 Budget Proposal

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  • 1. 2014 BUDGET PROPOSAL
  • 2. OVERVIEW • The 2014 Budget Changes (non-public safety) reflect: • Salary increase of $85,616.79 • Salary decrease of $88,500 • Creation of two new positions paid with $94,240 from the Host Fee • Creation of one new position paid with $90,000 from CREDC • Re-classification of six existing positions to reflect new priorities
  • 3. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Director $90,000 Director of Arts, Culture & Tourism $70,000 Director of Building & Housing Development $70,000 Director of Business Development $70,000 Director of Planning $70,000 Director of Sustainability $70,000
  • 4. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • Director of the Department of Community & Economic Development • Salary of $90,000 – fully funded by CREDC • Production Tech Manager for WHGB • Salary of $43,000 – increase of $3,000
  • 5. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • Director of Arts, Culture & Tourism • Salary of $70,000 – formerly Director of Parks & Recreation • Director of Building & Housing Development • Salary of $70,000 – increase of $9,000.10 – formerly Deputy Director of Housing • Director of Business Development • Salary of $70,000 – decrease of $8,000 – formerly Director of Building & Housing • Director of Sustainability • Salary of $70,000 – fully funded by the Host Fee – new position • This person will be the Recycling Coordinator • Director of Planning • Salary of $70,000 – $24,240 funded from the Host Fee – new position • Current planner/zoning officer will report to this position
  • 6. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION • Office of Business Administrator – formerly Office of the Chief of Staff/Business Administrator • Business Administrator • Salary of $79,500 – decrease of $30,500 – formerly COO • Community Services Coordinator • Salary of $50,000 – increase of $9,000 – formerly Assistant to COO • Will implement 311 System
  • 7. MISCELLANEOUS • Director of Financial Management • Salary of $74,950 – increase of $8,000 • Director of Human Resources • Salary of $78,000 – increase of $12,616.69 • Labor Law background • Consolidation of Personnel Officer II & Diversity and Inclusion Officer – savings of $50,000 • Fleet Manager • Salary of $50,000 – increase of $5,000
  • 8. OFFICE OF THE MAYOR • Senior Advisor to the Mayor for Education, Youth & Civic Engagement – formerly Senior Assistant to the Mayor • Salary of $79,500 – increase of $19,500 • Special Assistant to the Mayor – formerly Assistant to the Mayor • Salary of $50,000 – increase of $10,000 • Communications Director • Salary of $79,500 – increase of $9,500
  • 9. SAVINGS • $50,000 from consolidation of positions in Human Resources • $8,000 decrease of the Director of Business Development salary • $30,500 decrease in the Chief of Staff/Business Administrator salary • These savings fully cover $85,616.79 in proposed reorganizational increases
  • 10. PUBLIC SAFETY GRANTS • District Attorney • $25,000 per year for 3 years (2014-2016) • County Commissioners • $12,000 per year for 3 years (2014-2016) • $37,000 per year for 2 years (2017-2018) • Susquehanna Township • Will pay for Chief Robert Martin to consult with Harrisburg Police Chief Tom Carter - 2 days a week for 6 months
  • 11. PUBLIC SAFETY ORGANIZATION • The Bureau of Codes will move under the Department of Public Safety • The current Deputy Director of Codes will be renamed the Codes Administrator and will report directly to the Police Chief
  • 12. DEPARTMENT OF POLICE • Chief of Police • Salary of $94,000 – increase from $87,492.24 • 3 Police Captains • Salaries of $85,000 – increases from $81,525.23 • Community Policing Coordinator • Salary of $65,000 – increase from $50,000
  • 13. DEPARTMENT OF POLICE • Restore the civilianized Atrium Receptionist • Salary of $36,174.45 • Eliminate 1 Parking Enforcement Officer at $36,174.45 • Reclassify Record Center Operator VI making $41,960.70 to a Police Data Technician 1 making $40,738.54 • Reclassify 1 Parking Enforcement Officer making $36,174.45 to a Police Data Technician 1 making $40,738,54 • Reduce salary of already retired officer making $69,000 to that of an entry-level officer making $46,043.68
  • 14. DEPARTMENT OF POLICE • Total increase of $12,326 in expenses, including FICA • Paid for through planned retirements within the police force in 2014
  • 15. NEXT STEPS • January 17th – Finance Director will submit memo outlining changes • January 30th – Budget Review Meeting • Receiver’s team will report • Week of February 3rd – Meetings, if needed • February 11th – City Council vote on proposed budget

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