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170726 Budget Workshop 3

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FY 2017-18 Proposed Budget presentation to Lubbock City Council on July 26, 2017

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170726 Budget Workshop 3

  1. 1. 1
  2. 2. Debt Service Fund Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 2
  3. 3. Outstanding Annual Debt Service City of Lubbock LP&L Moody’s Aa2 A1 Standard & Poor’s AA+ AA‐ Fitch Ratings AA+ A+  ‐  20.00  40.00  60.00  80.00  100.00  120.00  140.00  160.00 $ Millions Total Outstanding Debt Service Principal Interest 3
  4. 4. General Fund Debt Service Funding Ad valorem tax  collections 45% Delinquent Taxes 1% Unallocated GO Bond Interest ‐ TIF 0% Unallocated GO Bond Interest ‐ Gateway 0% Unallocated GO Bond  Interest ‐ Tax Backed 0% Interest Earnings on  Debt Service Cash 0% Transfer from Solid Waste 6% Transfer from Overton TIF 7% Transfer from CBD TIF 2% Transfer from Hotel Tax  Fund 0% Transfer from Gateway 19% Transfer from LP&L  ‐ Citizens Tower 6% Transfer from Water ‐ Citizens  Tower 1% Transfer from  Stormwater (Street  Maintenance) 12% Transfer from General Fund  (Street Maintenance) 0% Refunding 0% Build America Bond  Subsidy 1% Utilization of Net  Assets 0% Highlights • I&S net collections  decreased $495,397 • 1 cent decrease in I&S rate • Reallocation of transfers  and utilization of net assets  (net of refunding revenues)  increased funding by $5.0  million 4
  5. 5. General Fund Debt Service Expenditures 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 ($millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Debt Service - Principal Debt Service - Interest Refunding Bond Sale Charges Highlights • Principal and interest increased  $4.6 million • Addition of debt issued in FY  2016‐17 • 2017 Series tax notes • Other expenditures net of  refunding, principal, and  interest expenses increased  $18,263 5
  6. 6. Investment Pool Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 6
  7. 7. Investment Pool Revenue Highlights • Total interest earnings will  increase $1.8 million • Interest on Operating Funds will  increase $1.0 million • Interest on Bond Funds will  increase $0.8 million Interest Earnings ‐ Consolidated $124,320  57.4% Interest Earnings ‐ Bond Funds $92,300  42.6% 7
  8. 8. Investment Pool Expenditures Highlights • Investment Pool department  expenditures decreased $3,843 • Compensation and Benefits  decreased $1,289 • Supplies decreased $101 • Professional Services & Training  decreased $4,400 • Decline in bank charges and fees  • Scheduled Charges increased  $328 • Amount of interest to be  allocated is $3,055,108  • Compensation $64,566  45% Benefits $26,680  19% Supplies $719  1% Maintenance $45,080  31% Scheduled Charges $6,228  4% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expense Overview Book 1, page 187 Performance measures Book 1, page 188 8
  9. 9. Enterprise Funds Fiscal Year 2017‐18 Operating Budget & Capital Program 9
  10. 10. Staffing 10
  11. 11. Position History by Fund Actual Actual Actual Amended Budget Change FY 2013‐14 FY 2014‐15 FY 2015‐16 FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 from Amended Water/Wastewater 242                 246                 246                 250                 249                 (1)                         LP&L 303                 303                 303                 303                 321                 18                        Storm Water 37                   38                   38                   38                   38                   ‐                      Lake Alan Henry 1                      1                      1                      1                      1                      ‐                      Solid Waste* 112                 112                 113                 113                 ‐                  (113)                    Airport 48                   48                   48                   48                   49                   1                          Cemetery 7                      7                      7                      7                      6                      (1)                         Civic Centers 27                   27                   27                   27                   21                   (6)                         Total Enterprise Funds 777                 782                 783                 787                 685                 (102)                    Enterprise Funds 11
  12. 12. Water/Wastewater Utility 12
  13. 13. Fee Changes – Water/Wastewater Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Water General Base Rate Charge Consumer Metered 0.75” 16.00 18.00 2.00 1.00” 26.71 30.06 3.35 1.50” 53.26 59.94 6.68 2.00” 85.60 96.30 10.70 3.00” 170.64 192.06 21.42 4.00” 266.58 299.88 33.30 6.00” 533.02 599.58 66.56 8.00” 852.86 959.40 106.54 10.00” 1,226.11 1,379.34 153.23 Book 2 ‐ Summary pgs. 28‐29 13
  14. 14. Fee Changes – Water/Wastewater Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Water General  Volume Rate Charge ‐ Consumer Metered 0‐5,000 gallons AWC – 4.76  3.62 3.62 5,001‐10,000 gallons Block 2 – 6.50 6.27 6.27 10,000‐30,000 gallons Block 3 – 7.79 7.52 7.52 30,000 + gallons ‐ 7.71 7.71 Wastewater General Consumer Metered Volume Rate Charge 3.17 3.71 0.54 Sale of Water Effluent Cost per thousand  gallons up to & above  1.25 billion gallons  annually 0.63691 0.643279 .006369 Surcharge BOD per pound .2736 .2954 .0218 TSS per pound .2474 .2640 .0166 Book 2 ‐ Summary pgs. 28‐29 14
  15. 15. Fee Changes – Water/Wastewater Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed  FY 2017‐18 $ Change Water Taps ¾ inch meter 400.00 495.00 95.00 1 inch meter 400.00 495.00 95.00 1.5 inch meter 725.00 950.00 225.00 2 inch meter 800.00 975.00 175.00 Rent‐Telecom Water PS 10 Cell Tower Lease AT&T Wireless 8,640 10,368 1,728 74th & Genoa Cell Tower Lease Sprint 25,000 30,000 5,000 50th & Joliet Cell Tower Lease Sprint 25,000 30,000 5,000 35th & W Cell Tower Lease T‐Mobile 14,400 19,395 4,995 50th & Joliet Cell Tower T‐Mobile 7,500 15,372 7,872 74th & Genoa Cell Tower Verizon 14,400 26,876 12,476 75th & Genoa Cell Tower AT&T ‐ 30,000 30,000 Book 2 ‐ Summary pgs. 28‐29 15
  16. 16. Fee Changes – Water/Wastewater Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Water Microbiology Lab Service Fee Per Sample 27.00 30.00 3.00 Water Pro Rata Various Varies Varies ‐ Wastewater Pro Rata Various Varies Varies ‐ Book 2 ‐ Summary pgs. 28‐29 16
  17. 17. Water/Wastewater Revenue Highlights • Enterprise Fund Fees increased  $40,000 • Interest Earnings increased $310,021 • Rentals increased $8,011 • Junk Sales decreased $66,732 • Metered Sales increased $8,933,748 • Department Operations increased  $362,178 • Misc. Revenues decreased $143,632 • Utilization of Net Assets decreased  $3,187,928 Enterprise Fund  Fees $438,000  0.3% Interest  Earnings $450,000  0.3% Rentals $187,011  0.1% Metered Services $128,643,532  90.2% Department Operations $3,357,438  2.4% Misc. Revenues $197,520  0.1% Utilization of Net Assets $9,345,698  6.6% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, pages 12‐13 Performance measures Book 2, pages 14‐16 17
  18. 18. Water/Wastewater Dept. Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits decreased  $398,940 • Supplies increased $1,374,765 • Maintenance decreased $76,541 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $97,898 • Other Charges decreased $41,134 • Scheduled Charges decreased  $83,232 • Capital Outlay increased $56,500 Compensation &  Benefits $15,700,254  36% Supplies $4,345,137  10% Maintenance $4,150,487  9% Professional  Services/Training $1,894,433  4% Other Charges $127,973  0% Scheduled Charges $17,031,849  39% Capital Outlay $1,009,000  2% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 12 Performance measures Book 2, page 14‐16 18
  19. 19. Water/Wastewater Total Expenditures Highlights • Debt Service decreased $269,488 • Vehicle/ Equipment Debt increased  $190,679 • Indirect Cost Allocation increased  $101,769 • Payment in Lieu of Taxes increased  $446,001 • Franchise Fees increased $475,516 • Transfers to LP&L increased  $1,062,336 • Transfer to CIP increased  $2,308,466 • Transfer to Fleet CIP increased  $517,000 • Transfer to Debt Service Fund  increased $318,644 0.00 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service Payment in Lieu of Franchise Fee Billing & Collections Payment in Lieu of Property Tax Indirect Cost Transfers Miscellaneous 19
  20. 20. Water/Wastewater Util. Department Level Amended Budget % Change EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 from Amended Administration 1,077,040  1,137,134  5.6  Conservation & Education 1,142,053  1,149,074  0.6  Water Pro Rata 117,903  130,143  10.4  Engineering 1,255,626  1,206,206  (3.9) Water Meter & Customer Service 2,098,662  2,074,915  (1.1) Equipment Maintenance 311,876  278,163  (10.8) Distribution & Maintenance 3,618,976  3,602,582  (0.5) Process Control Lab Svcs. 588,576  573,246  (2.6) Pumping & Control              4,289,186  4,016,584  (6.4) Water Treatment                9,317,886  10,401,348  11.6  Production               2,078,180  2,206,437  6.2  Reservoir                3,434,765  3,383,169  (1.5) Water Microbiology Lab 246,511  228,033  (7.5) Water Taps 404,502  450,142  11.3  Wastewater Treatment           6,874,390  6,362,835  (7.4) Collection         1,521,479  1,444,751  (5.0) Land Application               2,683,877  2,366,357  (11.8) Industrial Monitoring 743,993  711,575  (4.4) Laboratory          525,511  517,036  (1.6) Sampling & Monitoring          844,184  834,335  (1.2) Wastewater Pro Rata 45,141  36,714  (18.7) North West Water Rec Plant ‐ 1,024,240  ‐ Sewer Taps 109,502  124,114  13.3  TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT 43,329,818  44,259,134  2.1  Administration 2.6% Conservation &  Education 2.6% Water Pro Rata 0.3% Engineering 2.7% Water Meter &  Customer Service 4.7% Equipment  Maintenance 0.6% Distribution &  Maintenance 8.1% Process Control  Lab Svcs. 1.3% Pumping &  Control              9.1% Water Treatment                23.5% Production               5.0% Reservoir                7.6%Water  Microbiology  Lab 0.5% Water Taps 1.0% Wastewater  Treatment           14.4% Collection         3.3% Land  Application               5.3% Industrial  Monitoring 1.6% Laboratory          1.2% Sampling &  Monitoring          1.9% Wastewater  Pro Rata 0.1% North West Water  Rec Plant 2.3% Sewer Taps 0.3% 20
  21. 21. Lubbock Power and Light 21
  22. 22. Fee Changes – LP&L Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Electric General                          Consumer Metered Base Rate Charge 5.75% increase 5% increase Summary p. 37 22
  23. 23. Lubbock Power & Light Revenue Highlights • General consumers metered  increasing $3.5 million • Purchased power cost recovery  factor (PPRF) increasing $8.97  million • Transfers from other funds  increasing $1.2 million Other $1,679,153  0.6% General Consumer Metered $70,581,947  26.1% PPRF $169,259,694  62.6% FFER $11,226,542  4.2% Power Marketing  Sales $5,842,298  2.2% Fees and Charges $2,855,837  1.1% OWO and SL $927,060  0.3% Transfer ‐ DSF $756,455  0.3% Transfer ‐ OF $1,306,805  0.5% Reimbursement ‐ Util.  Collections $5,921,050  2.2% 23
  24. 24. LP&L Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits increased  $315,897 • Supplies decreased $173,157 • Fuel increased $149,894 • Purchased Power Costs • Energy/ Fuel decreased $4,343,245 • Transmission – SPP increased  $6,719,091 • Capacity – SPP increased $3,922,263 • Maintenance decreased $407,287 • Other Charges decreased $233,790 • Capital Outlay increased $1,515,665 Compensation & Benefits $22,803,191  11% Supplies $1,232,131  1% Fuel $4,774,884  2% Purchased Power Cost $166,597,983  79% Maintenance $2,518,228  1% Professional / Training $5,286,130  2% Other Charges $1,235,094  1% Scheduled Charges $5,419,924  2% Capital Outlay $1,592,000  1% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, pages 33‐34 Performance measures Book 2, page 31 (Objectives 17‐18) 24
  25. 25. LP&L Total Expenditures Highlights • Transfer to debt service reserve  totals $1.68 million • Franchise fee and payment in lieu  of taxes increasing $0.52 million  and $0.12 million respectively • Transfer to electric capital  decreasing $0.28 million • Transfer to WTMPA decreasing  $0.39 million • Transfer to Debt Service totals  $2.48 million for Citizen’s Tower 0.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 200.00 250.00 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 ($millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service Cost of Business Transfers Pmt in Lieu of Taxes Indirect Cost Reimbursements Miscellaneous FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, pages 33‐34 Performance measures Book 2, page 31 (Objectives 17‐18) 25
  26. 26. LP&L Department Level Highlights • Administration increased  $72,882 • Production increased  $7,364,901 • Distribution increased $407,635 • Transmission increased $21,623 • Customer Service expenses  decreased $327,463 Adminisration 2.6% Production 85.5% Distribution 6.2% Transmission 1.0% Customer  Service 4.8% Amended Budget % Change EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT FY 2016‐ 17 FY 2017‐ 18 from  Amended Administration 5,352,454  5,425,336  1.4  Production 173,406,383  180,771,285  4.2  Distribution 12,660,961  13,068,595  3.2  Transmission 2,073,656  2,095,279  1.0  Customer Service 10,426,533  10,099,070  (3.1) TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY  DEPARTMENT 203,919,987  211,459,565  3.7  26
  27. 27. Storm Water  27
  28. 28. Storm Water Revenue Highlights • Interest Earned increased $70,893 • Department Operations decreased  $325,556 • Miscellaneous decreased $24,900 • Utilization of Net Assets increased  $1,776,633 Interest Earnings $84,777  0.3% Department  Operations $23,322,777  92.6% Miscellaneous $100  0.0% Utilization of Net  Assets $1,776,633  7.1% 28
  29. 29. Storm Water Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits decreased  $15,444 • Supplies increased $31,282 • Maintenance decreased $7,377 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $1,010 • Scheduled Charges increased $7,078 Compensation &  Benefits $2,233,592  73% Supplies $206,366  7% Maintenance $326,092  11% Professional  Services/Training $110,801  4% Other Charges $33,560  1% Scheduled  Charges $130,241  4% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 54 Performance measures Book 2, page 55 29
  30. 30. Storm Water Total Expenditures Highlights • Debt Service increased $1,967,868 • Vehicle/Equipment debt increased  $22,666 • Payment in Lieu of Property Tax  increased $11,514 • Franchise Fee decreased $16,278 • Transfer to Storm Water Capital  increased $317,242 • Transfer to LP&L – Collections  increased $266,413 FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 54 Performance measures Book 2, page 55 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service Payment in Lieu of Franchise Fee Collections Payment in Lieu of Property Tax Indirect Cost Transfers Vehicle/Equipment Debt 30
  31. 31. Storm Water Department Level Highlights • Storm Water Utility increased  $39,925 • Street Cleaning decreased  $20,546 • Storm Sewer Maintenance  decreased $2,570 Stormwater Utility           42.5% Street Cleaning                36.2% Storm Sewer  Maintenance 21.3% Amended Budget % Change EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 from  Amended Storm Water Utility             1,252,983  1,292,908  3.2  Street Cleaning                1,122,126  1,101,580  (1.8) Storm Sewer Maintenance 648,734  646,164  (0.4) TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT 3,023,843  3,040,651  0.6  31
  32. 32. Lake Alan Henry 32
  33. 33. Fee Changes – Lake Alan Henry Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Hunting Fees Resident/Non‐Resident/Out of  State Varies Varies Various Entrance Fees Weekday Resident 6.00 8.00 2.00 Weekday Non‐Resident 8.00 10.00 2.00 Weekend Resident 8.00 10.00 2.00 Weekend Non‐Resident 10.00 12.00 2.00 Boat Launching Fees Weekday Resident 5.00 7.00 2.00 Weekday Non‐Resident 7.00 9.00 2.00 Weekend Resident 8.00 10.00 2.00 Weekend Non‐Resident 10.00 12.00 2.00 Summary pgs. 71‐72 33
  34. 34. Fee Changes – Lake Alan Henry Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Camping Fees Weekday Resident 7.00 10.00 3.00 Weekday Non‐Resident 9.00 10.00 1.00 Weekend Resident 10.00 10.00 0.00 Weekend Non‐Resident 12.00 10.00 (2.00) Boat Slip Rental Weekday Resident 6.00 8.00 2.00 Weekday Non‐Resident 8.00 10.00 2.00 Weekend Resident 8.00 10.00 2.00 Weekend Non‐Resident 10.00 12.00 2.00 34
  35. 35. Fee Changes – Lake Alan Henry Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Annual Permit‐Individual Resident 40.00 50.00 10.00 Non‐Resident 55.00 65.00 10.00 Annual Permit‐Family Resident 150.00 180.00 30.00 Non‐Resident 170.00 200.00 30.00 Annual Boat Permit Resident 30.00 40.00 10.00 Non‐Resident 40.00 50.00 10.00 Annual Permit‐Senior Resident 30.00 40.00 10.00 Non‐Resident 35.00 45.00 10.00 35
  36. 36. Lake Alan Henry Revenue Highlights • Fees increased $11,350 • Hunting, Entrance, Boat Launch,  and Camping • Permits increased $42,200 • Individual, Family, Boat, and  Senior Annual • Livestock Grazing increased $3,900 • Restrictive Easement Permit Fee  increased $29,000 Interest $430  0.1% Hunting Fees $13,810  2.1% Entrance Fees $218,000  32.8% Boat Launching Fees $65,000  9.8% Camping Fees $27,000  4.1% Annual Permit $273,000  41.1% Boat Slip  Rentals $1,000  0.2% Livestock  Grazing $5,500  0.8% Restrictive Easement  Permit Fee $60,000  9.0% 36
  37. 37. Lake Alan Henry Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits decreased  $1,278 • Maintenance decreased $1,787 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $2,591 • Scheduled Charges decreased $1,185 Compensation &  Benefits $172,892  46.3% Supplies $10,469  2.8% Maintenance $16,252  4.3% Professional  Services/Train ing $138,160  37.0% Other Charges $300  0.1% Scheduled  Charges $35,605  9.5% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 64 Performance measures Book 2, page 65 37
  38. 38. Lake Alan Henry Total Expenditures Highlights • Transfer to Water decreased $15,349 • Vehicle/equipment debt remained  the same as the prior year  FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 64 Performance measures Book 2, page 65 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Transfer to Water ‐ Debt Svc. Vehicle/Equipment Debt 38
  39. 39. Airport 39
  40. 40. Fee Changes – Airport Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Landing Fees‐Airlines Rate per 1,000 pounds 1.51 2.79 1.28 Landing Fees‐Other Rate per 1,000 pounds 1.89 3.49 1.60 Advertising Percentage of gross revenue 0.30 0.50 0.20 Tenant Parking Fee per employee 50.00 25.00 (25.00) Building Rent Marco Steel 1.2950 1.3222 0.027 Land Rent‐Agriculture Per sq. ft. ¼ cotton  crop ‐1/4 of crop ‐ Land Rent‐Terminal Per sq. ft. 0.1726 0.1762 0.0036 Office Space Rentals‐ Airlines Per sq. ft. 29.23 33.19 3.960 East Terminal Rent Chaparral (per sq. ft) 11.74 12.07 0.3300 Summary p. 88 40
  41. 41. Fee Changes – Airport Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change Hanger & Shop Rent Chapparal 108,302 0.93380 0.95340 0.0196 C&G Avionics 1.13000 1.15370 0.0237 Lubbock Aero (T‐Hangars) 1.54200 1.57440 0.0324 Lubbock Aero 0.34630 ‐ (0.3463) Lubbock Aero (Hangar 20) 1.40700 1.43650 0.0295 Med‐Trans Corp (AeroCare) 1.47000 1.50090 0.0309 Office Space Rentals‐ Other TSA 33.61 33.19 (0.420) Ports to Plains 11.56 11.80 0.243 Globe/Ram 20.19 20.61 0.424 Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, National,  Thrifty 28.52 29.12 0.599 Land Rent‐Fixed Base  Operator Various Varies Varies Various 41
  42. 42. Airport Revenue Highlights • Interest Earned increased  $26,395 • Landing increased $1,210,000 • Terminal increased $100,363 • Parking decreased $56,702 • Industrial increased $1,000 • Agriculture & Rent decreased  $8,000 • Miscellaneous increased $6,000 Interest Earnings $44,844  0.4% Landing $2,760,000  22.5% Hangar  $665,500  5.4% Terminal $4,640,300  37.9% Parking $3,038,041  24.8% Industrial $64,000  0.5% Agriculture & Rent $42,000  0.3% Transfer from PFC Fund $883,377  7.2% Miscellaneous $106,000  0.9% 42
  43. 43. Airport Department Expenditures Highlights • Added additional police officer • Compensation & Benefits  increased $76,881 • Maintenance increased $111,724 • Professional Services/Training  increased $257,585 • Scheduled charges decreased  $183,217 • Capital outlay decreased $377,500 Compensation &  Benefits $3,092,298  41% Supplies $278,406  4% Maintenance $853,549  11% Professional  Services/Training $1,983,635  26% Other Charges $726  0% Scheduled Charges $1,106,920  15% Capital Outlay $222,500  3% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 74 Performance measures Book 2, page 75 43
  44. 44. Airport Total Expenditures Highlights • Debt service decreased $180,049 • Vehicle/equipment debt decreased  $14,621 • Indirect cost allocation increased  $14,511 • Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting transfer  increased $29,440 • Transfer to Capital decreased by  $137,680 FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 74 Performance measures Book 2, page 75 0.00 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service ARFF Indirect Cost Transfers Miscellaneous 44
  45. 45. Airport Department Level Highlights • Aviation Administration decreased  $7,095 • Field Maintenance increased  $305,612 • Aviation Maintenance decreased  $581,213 • Security Access increased $46,324 • Security increased $100,099 • Parking increased $34,701 Aviation Administration 12.5% Field  Maintenance 18.2% Aviation  Maintenance           28.9% Security  Access                14.5% Security                       10.7% Parking                        15.4% Amended Budget % Change EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 from Amended Aviation Administration 946,063  938,969  (0.7) Field Maintenance 1,066,809  1,372,421  28.6  Aviation Maintenance           2,756,857  2,175,644  (21.1) Security Access                1,043,338  1,089,662  4.4  Security                       702,967  803,066  14.2  Parking                        1,123,572  1,158,274  3.1  TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT 7,639,607  7,538,035  (1.3) 45
  46. 46. Transit 46
  47. 47. Fee Changes – Transit Account Description Rate Details Adopted FY  2016‐17 Proposed FY  2017‐18 $ Change City Routes Monthly Pass 50.00 52.50 2.50 Special Services First 3 hours of bus rental 360.00 380.00 20.00 Special Services Hourly bus rental beyond 3  hours 60.00 65.00 5.00 Special Services First 3 hours of van rental 260.00 280.00 20.00 Special Services Hourly van rental beyond 3  hours 60.00 65.00 5.00 Summary p. 100 47
  48. 48. Transit Revenue Highlights • City Transfer increased $400,000 • Department Operations decreased  $30,000 • Advertising increased $125,000 • Tech Sub System increased $25,000 • Ticket & Freight Agent increased  $25,000 • Grants • Section 5307 Federal Grant increased  $13,160 • Section 5307 State Grant – Operating  decreased $15,726 • Prior Year Grant Funding increased  $370,758 City Transfer $2,647,383  20% Department  Operations $1,610,000  12% Advertising $425,000  3% Tech Sub  System $3,703,278  28% Ticket &  Freight Agent $140,000  1% Leasing & Sale  of Buses $5,000  0% EDF Transfer $400,000  3% Grants $4,408,994  33% 48
  49. 49. Transit Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits  increased $584,479 • Supplies decreased $157,108 • Maintenance increased $153,857 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $53,090 • Other Charges increased $44,393 • Capital Outlay decreased $62,500 • Vehicle/ Equipment Debt Payment  increased $315,119 Compensation &  Benefits $8,507,342  65% Supplies $1,336,219  10% Maintenance $1,661,333  13% Professional  Services/Training $700,216  6% Other Charges  $522,468  4% Capital Outlay $296,959  2% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 90 Performance measures Book 2, page 92 49
  50. 50. Transit Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits  increased $584,479 • Supplies decreased $157,108 • Maintenance increased $153,857 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $53,090 • Other Charges increased $44,393 • Capital Outlay decreased $62,500 • Vehicle/ Equipment Debt Payment  increased $315,119 FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 90 Performance measures Book 2, page 92 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Department Expenses Grant Expenses Operating Fund Expenses 50
  51. 51. Cemetery 51
  52. 52. Cemetery Revenue Highlights • Lot Sales increased $10,000 • Grave Services decreased  $10,000 • Mausoleum Sales increased  $2,500 • Transfer from Other Funds  decreased $115,203 • Utilization of Net Assets  increased $58,935 Miscellaneous $20,500  2.8% Lot Sales $200,000  27.3% Grave  Services $200,000  27.3% Mausoleum Sales $4,000  0.5% Transfer from  Other Funds $200,000  27.3% Utilization of Net Assets $108,554  14.8% 52
  53. 53. Cemetery Department Expenditures Highlights • Compensation and Benefits  decreased $88,662 • Maintenance decreased $6,907 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $55,400 • Contracted Mowing Compensation &  Benefits $352,951  54% Supplies $49,151  7% Maintenance $32,305  5% Professional  Services/Trai ning $182,180  28% Scheduled  Charges $38,063  6% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 101 Performance measures Book 2, page 102 53
  54. 54. Cemetery Total Expenditures Highlights • Debt Service payment decreasing  $966 • Vehicle/Equipment debt decreasing  $11,744 FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 101 Performance measures Book 2, page 102 0.00 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.60 0.70 0.80  2012‐13  2013‐14  2014‐15  2015‐16  2016‐17  2017‐18 ($ millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service Vehicle/Equipment Debt 54
  55. 55. Civic Center 55
  56. 56. Civic Centers Revenue Highlights • Auditorium/ Coliseum increased  $19,500 • Civic Center increased $51,000 • Transfers from General Fund  decreased $660,612 • Transfers from HOT Fund increased  $242,508 • Utilization of Net Assets increased  $155,669 Auditorium/Coliseum $200,900  5.8% Civic Center $490,000  14.1% Miscellaneous $42,000  1.2% Transfer from  HOT Fund $1,919,289  55.1% Transfer from Debt Service  Fund $528,565  15.2% Utilization of Net  Assets $305,670  8.8% 56
  57. 57. Civic Centers Expenditures Highlights • Compensation & Benefits  decreased $82,373 • Supplies increased $3,846 • Cleaning Supplies • Maintenance decreased $6,768 • Professional Services/ Training  increased $1,865 • Staff training opportunities • Scheduled Charges decreased  $105,818 Compensation &  Benefits $1,633,377  55% Supplies $84,381  3% Maintenance $320,508  11% Professional  Services/Training $71,780  3% Other Charges $31,079  1% Scheduled  Charges $808,194  27% FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 108 Performance measures Book 2, page 109 57
  58. 58. Civic Center Total Expenditures Highlights • Debt Service increased $1,008 • Vehicle Equipment Debt budgeted at  $8,541; no change from previous year FY 2017‐18 Operating Budget and Capital Program  Expenditure Overview Book 2, page 101 Performance measures Book 2, page 102 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 ($millions) COMPOSITION OF EXPENDITURES Cost Center Level Debt Service Vehicle/Equipment Debt Miscellaneous 58
  59. 59. Civic Centers Department Level Highlights • Municipal Auditorium increased  $48,564 • Civic Center decreased $62,062 • Coliseum decreased $234,182 • Amphitheater increased  $23,911 Municipal Auditorium     6.7% Civic Center                   70.7% Coliseum                       21.6% Amphitheater                   1.1% Amended Budget % Change EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT FY 2016‐17 FY 2017‐18 from  Amended Municipal Auditorium           145,275  193,839  33.4  Civic Center                   2,123,718  2,061,655  (2.9) Coliseum                       862,438  628,256  (27.2) Amphitheater                   6,822  30,733  350.5  TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY  DEPARTMENT 3,138,252  2,914,484  (7.1) 59

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