City ofBrandon 2012Public Budget   ForumFebruary 6, 2012
Agenda Budget   Overview Revenues Expenses Where your Tax Dollars Go Salaries Infrastructure Cost Cutting Measures ...
Budget Highlights Operating    Budget - $75.2 million Utilities Budget - $16.8 million
Revenues ($millions)        $4.6 , 6%          $2.8 , 4%                                                     Property Taxe...
Expenses ($millions)                                                       Salaries, Wages, &                 $2.6 , 3%   ...
Where Your Tax Dollar Goes                       Debt Servicing   Utilities, $0.03      CapitalMaterials, Supplies,    Cos...
What Makes up the Change inSalaries? $1.0mm   - New Positions $1.0mm - Collective Agreement Increases $700k – Increased...
Infrastructure Highlights $3.6mm   Reserve Allocations for Infrastructure $4.3mm Engineering Services $826k - Street Ma...
Cost Cutting Measures ExpensesReduced to date - $3.6 million Two proposed cost cutting scenarios are  now before Council...
Mill Rate & Assessment Impacts                                          2012 Interim Scenario #1     Scenario #2    Tax Pa...
Next Steps February    7th – Second round of budget    deliberations March     5th – Public Budget Hearing   April 2nd ...
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2012 Proposed Budget - Public Forum

  1. 1. City ofBrandon 2012Public Budget ForumFebruary 6, 2012
  2. 2. Agenda Budget Overview Revenues Expenses Where your Tax Dollars Go Salaries Infrastructure Cost Cutting Measures / Tax Payer Impacts Next Steps Public Forum
  3. 3. Budget Highlights Operating Budget - $75.2 million Utilities Budget - $16.8 million
  4. 4. Revenues ($millions) $4.6 , 6% $2.8 , 4% Property Taxes$7.3 , 10% Government Transfers User Fees and Sales of Goods $39.9 , 53% Other Income $20.6 , 27% Permits, Licenses, and Fees
  5. 5. Expenses ($millions) Salaries, Wages, & $2.6 , 3% $1.6 , 2% Benefits $2.9 , 4% Reserve$4.3 , 6% Appropriations$5.5 , 7% Contract Services Grants and $7.6 , 10% Contributions $41.8 , 56% Materials, Supplies, & $9.0 , 12% Equipment Purchases Debt Servicing Costs Utilities Capital Contributions
  6. 6. Where Your Tax Dollar Goes Debt Servicing Utilities, $0.03 CapitalMaterials, Supplies, Costs, $0.04 Contributions, & Equipment $0.02 Purchases, $0.06AdministrativeSalaries, $0.06 Protective Services Salaries, $0.26 Grants andContributions, $0.07 Operations Development Salaries, $0.16Services Salaries, $0.08 Contracted Reserve Services, $0.10 Appropriations, $0.12
  7. 7. What Makes up the Change inSalaries? $1.0mm - New Positions $1.0mm - Collective Agreement Increases $700k – Increased Casual Labour $600k – Pay Administration Review $530k – Step Change Increases $910k – Changes in Roles, Persons, or Allocations $430k – Miscellaneous $1.2mm - Changes in estimates
  8. 8. Infrastructure Highlights $3.6mm Reserve Allocations for Infrastructure $4.3mm Engineering Services $826k - Street Maintenance $400k - Sewer Mains, $295k – Sewer Services $173k – Hydrants, $99k – Storm Sewers $260k – Surface Drainage $268k – Public Works Supervision $549k – Water Mains, $858k – Water Meters $599k – Water Services, $234k – Water Valves $500k – Drainage, Sidewalks, Street Repairs $150k – Black Farm Study $40k – Asset Management
  9. 9. Cost Cutting Measures ExpensesReduced to date - $3.6 million Two proposed cost cutting scenarios are now before Council; $2.05 million and $3.0 million Proposed cuts include four categories: Internal Service Delivery Salaries Deferred Maintenance & Projects External Services
  10. 10. Mill Rate & Assessment Impacts 2012 Interim Scenario #1 Scenario #2 Tax Payer Impacts 2011 Budget Budget (Cut $2.050mm) (Cut $3.000mm)Assessed Value* $ 200,000 $ 219,600 $ 219,600 $ 219,600Portioning @ 45% $ 90,000 $ 98,820 $ 98,820 $ 98,820Mill Rate 19.969 21.023 19.969 19.480Municipal Tax Due $ 1,797 $ 2,078 $ 1,973 $ 1,925Change due to Assessment* $ 176.13 $ 176.13 $ 176.13Change due to Mill Rate $ 104.19 $ - $ (48.35)Total Change from 2011 $ 280.32 $ 176.13 $ 127.78Per Month Change $ 23.36 $ 14.68 $ 10.65Percentage Change 15.6% 9.8% 7.1%
  11. 11. Next Steps February 7th – Second round of budget deliberations March 5th – Public Budget Hearing April 2nd – Adoption of Financial Plan / 1st Reading of Tax Levy By-law April 16th – 2nd & 3rd Reading of Tax Levy By- law
  12. 12. Public Forum

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