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2015 Ocean City municipal budget presentation Feb. 19, 2015

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2015 Ocean City municipal budget presentation Feb. 19, 2015

  1. 1. 2015 Local Municipal Budget2015 Local Municipal Budgetp gp g
  2. 2. 2015 Budget Summary2015 Budget Summary2015 Budget Summary2015 Budget Summary 20152015 20142014 $ Diff$ Diff % Diff% Diff$$ %% RevenuesRevenues Fund BalanceFund Balance 3,350,0003,350,000 2,886,0002,886,000 464,000464,000 16.08%16.08%, ,, , , ,, , ,, Local RevenuesLocal Revenues 15,364,83815,364,838 15,075,87815,075,878 288,960288,960 1.92%1.92% State AidState Aid 2,146,0482,146,048 2,146,0482,146,048 -- 0.0%0.0%, ,, , , ,, , GrantsGrants 674,261674,261 674,261674,261 -- 0.0%0.0% Delinquent TaxesDelinquent Taxes 750,000750,000 750,000750,000 -- 0.0%0.0%qq ,, ,, Library Tax LevyLibrary Tax Levy 3,837,6623,837,662 3,816,7853,816,785 20,87720,877 0.55%0.55% Local Tax LevyLocal Tax Levy 45,894,83845,894,838 44,793,20344,793,203 1,101,6351,101,635 2.46%2.46%yy , ,, , , ,, , , ,, , TotalsTotals 72,017,64772,017,647 70,142,17570,142,175 1,875,4721,875,472 2.67%2.67%
  3. 3. RevenuesRevenuesRevenuesRevenues
  4. 4. 2015 Budget Summary2015 Budget Summaryg yg y 20152015 20142014 $ Diff$ Diff % Diff% Diff AppropriationsAppropriations Salaries & WagesSalaries & Wages 29,562,60029,562,600 28,648,60028,648,600 914,000914,000 3.19%3.19% Other ExpensesOther Expenses 22,417,51222,417,512 22,556,43522,556,435 --138,923138,923 --0.62%0.62% Statutory/DeferredStatutory/Deferred 6,434,8346,434,834 6,129,9826,129,982 304,852304,852 4.97%4.97%Statutory/DeferredStatutory/Deferred 6,434,8346,434,834 6,129,9826,129,982 304,852304,852 4.97%4.97% GrantsGrants 719,835719,835 719,835719,835 -- 0.0%0.0% C i l I F dC i l I F d 1 100 0001 100 000 966 000966 000 134 000134 000 13 87%13 87%Capital Imp. FundCapital Imp. Fund 1,100,0001,100,000 966,000966,000 134,000134,000 13.87%13.87% Debt ServiceDebt Service 10,532,86610,532,866 9,871,3239,871,323 661,543661,543 6.70%6.70%
  5. 5. 2015 Budget Summary2015 Budget Summaryg yg y 20152015 20142014 $ Diff$ Diff % Diff% Diff A i iA i iAppropriationsAppropriations R.U.T.R.U.T. 1,250,0001,250,000 1,250,0001,250,000 -- 0.0%0.0% TotalsTotals 72,017,64772,017,647 70,142,17570,142,175 1,875,4721,875,472 2.67%2.67% Local TaxationLocal Taxation 45,894,83845,894,838 44,793,20344,793,203 1,101,6351,101,635 2.46%2.46% Ratable BaseRatable Base 11,296,344,39811,296,344,398 11,181,508,92911,181,508,929 114,835,769114,835,769 1.03%1.03% Tax RateTax Rate 40.6340.63 40.1040.10 0.5280.528 1.32%1.32%Tax RateTax Rate 40.6340.63 40.1040.10 0.5280.528 1.32%1.32%
  6. 6. AppropriationsAppropriationsAppropriationsAppropriations
  7. 7. 2015 Anticipated Revenues2015 Anticipated Revenuespp 2014 Budget2014 Budget 2014 Realized2014 Realized 2015 Budget2015 Budget LiLi 430 000430 000 421 738421 738 420 000420 000LicensesLicenses 430,000430,000 421,738421,738 420,000420,000 Fees & PermitsFees & Permits 950,000950,000 1,060,1581,060,158 1,000,0001,000,000 llMunicipal CourtMunicipal Court 630,000630,000 596,576596,576 595,000595,000 Int. & Costs on TaxesInt. & Costs on Taxes 255,000255,000 216,140216,140 215,000215,000 Parking RegulationsParking Regulations 2,785,0002,785,000 2,821,8982,821,898 2,785,0002,785,000 Int. on InvestmentsInt. on Investments 5,0005,000 4,6454,645 4,6004,600 Beach FeesBeach Fees 3,900,0003,900,000 4,048,5264,048,526 4,000,0004,000,000 Rent/Sale of PropertyRent/Sale of Property 170,000170,000 172,209172,209 170,000170,000 Airport FeesAirport Fees 135,000135,000 160,912160,912 145,000145,000
  8. 8. 2015 Anticipated Revenues2015 Anticipated Revenuespp 2014 Budget2014 Budget 2014 Realized2014 Realized 2015 Budget2015 Budget Boat Ramp FeesBoat Ramp Fees 32,00032,000 34,10034,100 32,00032,000 Aquatic & FitnessAquatic & Fitness 1,025,0001,025,000 1,048,4721,048,472 1,035,0001,035,000 Smoke DetectorsSmoke Detectors 175,000175,000 192,850192,850 185,000185,000 EMSEMS 630,000630,000 636,370636,370 630,000630,000 State AidState Aid 2,146,0482,146,048 2,146,0482,146,048 2,146,0482,146,048 Construction CodeConstruction Code 950,000950,000 1,228,6201,228,620 1,100,0001,100,000Construction CodeConstruction Code 950,000950,000 1,228,6201,228,620 1,100,0001,100,000 Upper Twp. DispatchUpper Twp. Dispatch 222,789222,789 222,789222,789 222,789222,789 LibLib 222 323222 323 222 323222 323 231 683231 683LibraryLibrary-- Contracted ServicesContracted Services 222,323222,323 222,323222,323 231,683231,683
  9. 9. 2015 Anticipated Revenues2015 Anticipated Revenuespp 2014 Budget2014 Budget 2014 Realized2014 Realized 2015 Budget2015 Budget LibLib 1 593 7661 593 766 1 593 7661 593 766 1 593 7661 593 766LibraryLibrary-- Return to TaxpayerReturn to Taxpayer 1,593,7661,593,766 1,593,7661,593,766 1,593,7661,593,766 OCTD StaffingOCTD Staffing 25,00025,000 -- -- GG 6 4 2616 4 261 6 4 2616 4 261 6 4 2616 4 261GrantsGrants 674,261674,261 674,261674,261 674,261674,261 Hurricane SandyHurricane Sandy 418,500418,500 442,082442,082 418,500418,500 ddCapital FundsCapital Funds 340,000340,000 340,000340,000 400,000400,000 Capital FundsCapital Funds-- NotesNotes 181,500181,500 181,500181,500 181,500181,500 Total Local RevenuesTotal Local Revenues 17,896,18717,896,187 18,465,98318,465,983 18,185,14718,185,147 2014 Excess Revenue2014 Excess Revenue 569,796569,796 Delinquent TaxesDelinquent Taxes 750,000750,000 794,226794,226 750,000750,000
  10. 10. 2015 Increases in Revenues2015 Increases in Revenues0 5 c eases eve ues0 5 c eases eve ues Amount to be raised by TaxationAmount to be raised by Taxation-- CityCity $1,101,635$1,101,635 Fund BalanceFund Balance $464,000$464,000 Misc. Revenues AnticipatedMisc. Revenues Anticipated $288,960$288,960 A t t b i d b T tiA t t b i d b T ti LibLib $20 877$20 877Amount to be raised by TaxationAmount to be raised by Taxation-- LibraryLibrary $20,877$20,877 State AidState Aid $0.00$0.00 Receipts from Delinquent TaxesReceipts from Delinquent Taxes $0.00$0.00Receipts from Delinquent TaxesReceipts from Delinquent Taxes $0.00$0.00 TOTAL BUDGET INCREASETOTAL BUDGET INCREASE $1,875,472$1,875,472
  11. 11. History of Fund BalanceHistory of Fund BalanceHistory of Fund BalanceHistory of Fund Balance 20062006 20072007 20082008 20092009 20102010 Balance 1/1/FYBalance 1/1/FY 4,732,4414,732,441 5,481,8155,481,815 5,340,2215,340,221 4,803,6724,803,672 5,236,4865,236,486 Utilized inUtilized in BudgetBudget 3,185,0003,185,000 3,200,0003,200,000 2,390,0042,390,004 2,067,0002,067,000 2,327,0752,327,075 gg BalanceBalance RemainingRemaining 1,547,4411,547,441 2,281,8152,281,815 2,950,2172,950,217 2,736,6722,736,672 2,909,4112,909,411 % U d% U d 6 30%6 30% 5 3 %5 3 % 44 5%44 5% 43 03%43 03% 44 44%44 44%% Used% Used 67.30%67.30% 58.37%58.37% 44.75%44.75% 43.03%43.03% 44.44%44.44% % Remaining% Remaining 32.70%32.70% 41.63%41.63% 55.25%55.25% 56.97%56.97% 55.56%55.56% Local MunicipalLocal Municipal BudgetsBudgets 52,621,28352,621,283 56,306,98156,306,981 60,097,23060,097,230 62,054,41662,054,416 63,938,94963,938,949 % R i i t% R i i t 2 94%2 94% 4 05%4 05% 4 91%4 91% 4 41%4 41% 4 55%4 55%% Remaining to% Remaining to BudgetBudget 2.94%2.94% 4.05%4.05% 4.91%4.91% 4.41%4.41% 4.55%4.55%
  12. 12. History of Fund BalanceHistory of Fund Balanceyy 20112011 20122012 20132013 20142014 2015*2015* B lB l 5 431 3375 431 337 5 032 6085 032 608 4 638 1614 638 161 5 811 6665 811 666 6 283 1316 283 131BalanceBalance 1/1/FY1/1/FY 5,431,3375,431,337 5,032,6085,032,608 4,638,1614,638,161 5,811,6665,811,666 6,283,1316,283,131 Utilized inUtilized in BudgetBudget 2,550,0002,550,000 2,500,0002,500,000 3,043,7503,043,750 2,886,0002,886,000 3,350,0003,350,000 BalanceBalance RemainingRemaining 2,881,3392,881,339 2,532,6082,532,608 1,594,4111,594,411 2,925,6662,925,666 2,933,1312,933,131 % Used% Used 46.95%46.95% 49.68%49.68% 62.62%62.62% 49.66%49.66% 53.32%53.32% % Remaining% Remaining 53.05%53.05% 50.32%50.32% 34.38%34.38% 50.34%50.34% 46.68%46.68% Local MunicipalLocal Municipal BudgetsBudgets 68,840,92868,840,928 68,021,82568,021,825 70,907,95070,907,950 69,861,68569,861,685 72,017,64772,017,647 % Remaining to% Remaining to B dB d 4.19%4.19% 3.72%3.72% 2.25%2.25% 4.19%4.19% 4.07%4.07% BudgetBudget *Per AFS
  13. 13. History of Fund BalanceHistory of Fund Balanceyy
  14. 14. Fund Balance RemainingFund Balance Remaininggg
  15. 15. How is Fund Balance Replenished?How is Fund Balance Replenished?How is Fund Balance Replenished?How is Fund Balance Replenished?  Collecting Revenues in excess of what isCollecting Revenues in excess of what is Collecting Revenues in excess of what isCollecting Revenues in excess of what is anticipated (MRA)anticipated (MRA)  Misc Revenues Not Anticipated (MRNA)Misc Revenues Not Anticipated (MRNA) Misc. Revenues Not Anticipated (MRNA)Misc. Revenues Not Anticipated (MRNA)  Collecting Taxes in excess of the anticipated %,Collecting Taxes in excess of the anticipated %, k R f U ll d T (RUT)k R f U ll d T (RUT)a.k.a. Reserve for Uncollected Taxes (RUT)a.k.a. Reserve for Uncollected Taxes (RUT)  Receipts from Delinquent Taxes (RDT’s)Receipts from Delinquent Taxes (RDT’s)  Expired Appropriations from 2013Expired Appropriations from 2013  Canceled Appropriations/Accounts from 2014Canceled Appropriations/Accounts from 2014 Canceled Appropriations/Accounts from 2014Canceled Appropriations/Accounts from 2014
  16. 16. Why leave a Fund Balance Reserve?Why leave a Fund Balance Reserve?Why leave a Fund Balance Reserve?Why leave a Fund Balance Reserve?  Stability of future operations and budgetsStability of future operations and budgetsy p gy p g  Fund Balance can be used to fund an unanticipatedFund Balance can be used to fund an unanticipated emergencyemergency  A Reserve Provides Cash Flow for the MunicipalityA Reserve Provides Cash Flow for the Municipality  Revenues are not collected consistently during the fiscalRevenues are not collected consistently during the fiscal yearyear  Payrolls exceed $1 million every 2 weeksPayrolls exceed $1 million every 2 weeks  Th Cit i th p i t f ll t id iTh Cit i th p i t f ll t id i The City is the paying agent for all outside agencies:The City is the paying agent for all outside agencies: County, School, Library, SID’sCounty, School, Library, SID’s  Key indicator to bond rating agenciesKey indicator to bond rating agencies Key indicator to bond rating agenciesKey indicator to bond rating agencies
  17. 17. Total 2014 Tax RateTotal 2014 Tax Rate-- 88.2 Cents88.2 CentsTotal 2014 Tax RateTotal 2014 Tax Rate 88.2 Cents88.2 Cents
  18. 18. What’s a Penny???What’s a Penny???What s a Penny???What s a Penny???  A penny to the Municipal tax rate is a fraction ofA penny to the Municipal tax rate is a fraction ofA penny to the Municipal tax rate is a fraction ofA penny to the Municipal tax rate is a fraction of the ratable base, in 2015 a penny to the O.C. taxthe ratable base, in 2015 a penny to the O.C. tax rate = $1,129,000 (Ratable base is 11.29 billion)rate = $1,129,000 (Ratable base is 11.29 billion)( )( )  1/10 of a penny = $112,9001/10 of a penny = $112,900 ----------------------------------------------------------------------  A penny to a taxpayer = $10 per $100,000 ofA penny to a taxpayer = $10 per $100,000 of property, or $50 for a $500,000 homeproperty, or $50 for a $500,000 homeproperty, or $50 for a $500,000 homeproperty, or $50 for a $500,000 home  The 2015 proposed local tax increase of 0.53 centsThe 2015 proposed local tax increase of 0.53 cents means a $26.50 increase to a $500,000 homemeans a $26.50 increase to a $500,000 homemeans a $26.50 increase to a $500,000 homemeans a $26.50 increase to a $500,000 home
  19. 19. Ratable Trends & Tax RevenueRatable Trends & Tax Revenue R blR bl II L l T RL l T RRatablesRatables IncreaseIncrease Local Tax RateLocal Tax Rate 2003*2003* 7,411,270,1647,411,270,164 129,800,600129,800,600 41.241.2 20042004 7,549,955,6637,549,955,663 138,685,499138,685,499 41.641.6 20052005 7,774,231,8347,774,231,834 224,276,171224,276,171 43.243.2 20062006 8 014 307 3038 014 307 303 240 075 469240 075 469 44 444 420062006 8,014,307,3038,014,307,303 240,075,469240,075,469 44.444.4 20072007 8,249,356,7648,249,356,764 235,049,461235,049,461 46.546.5 2008*2008* 12,740,485,93312,740,485,933 88,478,30088,478,300 33.233.2 *Revaluation/ Reassessment Years 20092009 12,820,330,39212,820,330,392 79,844,45979,844,459 34.934.9 20102010 12,852,616,04612,852,616,046 32,285,65432,285,654 35.935.9 20112011 12 852 929 49212 852 929 492 313 446313 446 33 833 820112011 12,852,929,49212,852,929,492 313,446313,446 33.833.8 2012*2012* 12,171,789,84712,171,789,847 --681,139,645681,139,645 35.635.6 2013*2013* 11,316,442,06511,316,442,065 --855,347,782855,347,782 38.638.6 2014*2014* 11,181,508,92911,181,508,929 --133,933,136133,933,136 40.140.1 2015*2015* 11,296,344,69811,296,344,698 114,835,769114,835,769 40.6340.63
  20. 20. Ratable ChangesRatable ChangesRatable ChangesRatable Changes $11,296,344,698$11,296,344,698 2015 Ratable Base2015 Ratable Base $11,181,508,929$11,181,508,929 2014 Ratable Base2014 Ratable Base $ 114,835,769$ 114,835,769 Increase inIncrease in RatablesRatables $$ -- 3,932,0003,932,000 56 Tax Appeals from 201456 Tax Appeals from 2014, ,, , pppp $$ -- 21,484,10021,484,100 2015 Compliance Plan 5732015 Compliance Plan 573 $ + 7,369,468$ + 7,369,468 Demos/Misc. AdjustmentsDemos/Misc. Adjustments$ 7,369,468$ 7,369,468 e os/ sc. djust e tse os/ sc. djust e ts $ + 132,882,401$ + 132,882,401 Added AssessmentsAdded Assessments $ 114 835 769$ 114 835 769$ 114,835,769$ 114,835,769
  21. 21. 2015 Local Municipal Budget2015 Local Municipal Budget End of RevenuesEnd of Revenues-- Start of AppropriationsStart of Appropriations
  22. 22. 2015 Increases in Expenses2015 Increases in Expensespp Salaries & WagesSalaries & Wages $914,000$914,000 Debt ServiceDebt Service $661,543$661,543 PensionsPensions $349,652$349,652 Capital Improvement FundCapital Improvement Fund $134,000$134,000 Citywide ExpensesCitywide Expenses $89 900$89 900Citywide ExpensesCitywide Expenses $89,900$89,900 Trash/Tipping/RecyclingTrash/Tipping/Recycling $57,900$57,900 Library AppropriationLibrary Appropriation $20,877$20,877 MiscMisc $1,400$1,400 Reserve for Uncollected TaxesReserve for Uncollected Taxes -- UtilitiesUtilities $$--12,00012,000 Workers Compensation InsuranceWorkers Compensation Insurance $$--15,74815,748 General Liability InsuranceGeneral Liability Insurance $$--27,95227,952
  23. 23. 2015 Increases in Expenses2015 Increases in Expensespp FICA/UnemploymentFICA/Unemployment $$--44,80044,800 Departmental OE’sDepartmental OE’s $$--68,30068,300 Health InsuranceHealth Insurance $$--185,000185,000 TOTAL BUDGET INCREASETOTAL BUDGET INCREASE $1,875,472$1,875,472
  24. 24. 2015 Increases in Revenues2015 Increases in Revenues0 5 c eases eve ues0 5 c eases eve ues Amount to be raised by TaxationAmount to be raised by Taxation-- CityCity $1,101,635$1,101,635 Fund BalanceFund Balance $464,000$464,000 Misc. Revenues AnticipatedMisc. Revenues Anticipated $288,960$288,960 A t t b i d b T tiA t t b i d b T ti LibLib $20 877$20 877Amount to be raised by TaxationAmount to be raised by Taxation-- LibraryLibrary $20,877$20,877 State AidState Aid $0.00$0.00 Receipts from Delinquent TaxesReceipts from Delinquent Taxes $0.00$0.00Receipts from Delinquent TaxesReceipts from Delinquent Taxes $0.00$0.00 TOTAL BUDGET INCREASETOTAL BUDGET INCREASE $1,875,472$1,875,472
  25. 25. History of Pension CostsHistory of Pension CostsHistory of Pension CostsHistory of Pension Costs 20042004 20052005 20062006 20072007 20082008 2009200920042004 20052005 20062006 20072007 20082008 20092009 PFRSPFRS Fully FundedFully Funded 423,000423,000 708,521708,521 1,195,0001,195,000 1,783,3161,783,316 2,253,2682,253,268 2,552,6442,552,644 in 2008in 2008 PERSPERS Fully FundedFully Funded in 2009in 2009 76,00076,000 148,628148,628 287,000287,000 374,558374,558 660,558660,558 927,178927,178 CPFRSCPFRS 18,00018,000 1,0001,000 1,0001,000 7,5007,500 7,5007,500 8,8008,800 TOTALSTOTALS 517,000517,000 857,150857,150 1,483,0001,483,000 2,165,3742,165,374 2,921,3262,921,326 3,488,6223,488,622,, ,, , ,, , , ,, , , ,, , , ,, , VarienceVarience +184,000+184,000 +340,150+340,150 +625,850+625,850 +682,374+682,374 +755,952+755,952 +567,296+567,296184,000184,000 340,150340,150 625,850625,850 682,374682,374 755,952755,952 567,296567,296
  26. 26. History ofHistory of Pension CostsPension CostsHistory ofHistory of Pension CostsPension Costs 20102010 20112011 20122012 20132013 20142014 20152015 PFRSPFRS 2,633,4132,633,413 2,941,6372,941,637 2,695,2602,695,260 2,921,0582,921,058 2,642,3662,642,366 2,797,9172,797,917 PERSPERS 1,037,9091,037,909 1,247,5641,247,564 1,337,2451,337,245 1,270,2881,270,288 1,181,3161,181,316 1,355,4171,355,417 CPFRSCPFRS 8,8008,800 8,8008,800 9,6459,645 8,9778,977 -- -- TOTALSTOTALS 3,680,1223,680,122 4,198,0014,198,001 4,042,1504,042,150 4,200,3234,200,323 3,823,6823,823,682 4,153,3344,153,334 PP 5 5%5 5% 14 1%14 1% 3 7%3 7% 3 9%3 9% 0 9%0 9% 0 8%0 8%PercentPercent 5.5%5.5% 14.1%14.1% --3.7%3.7% 3.9%3.9% --0.9%0.9% 0.8%0.8% VarianceVariance +191,500+191,500 +517,879+517,879 --155,884155,884 +158,173+158,173 --376,641376,641 +329,652+329,652
  27. 27. History of Health InsuranceHistory of Health Insurance BudgetedBudgeted ExpendedExpended % Budget% Budget IncreaseIncrease % Expended% Expended IncreaseIncrease 20052005 5 045 0005 045 000 4 409 0184 409 01820052005 5,045,0005,045,000 4,409,0184,409,018 20062006 4,550,0004,550,000 4,542,2714,542,271 --9.8%9.8% 3.0%3.0% 20072007 5,170,0005,170,000 5,485,0055,485,005 13.6%13.6% 20.75%20.75% 20082008 6,019,2006,019,200 6,009,8436,009,843 16.4%16.4% 9.57%9.57% *2009*2009 5,853,0005,853,000 5,256,8695,256,869 --2.76%2.76% --12.53%12.53% 20102010 5,866,0005,866,000 5,631,2905,631,290 0.22%0.22% 7.12%7.12% 20112011 6,115,0006,115,000 5,903,9945,903,994 4.2%4.2% 4.8%4.8% 20122012 6 597 0006 597 000 6 408 8016 408 801 7 9%7 9% 8 6%8 6%20122012 6,597,0006,597,000 6,408,8016,408,801 7.9%7.9% 8.6%8.6% *2013*2013 6,125,0006,125,000 5,973,0895,973,089 --7.15%7.15% --6.8%6.8% 20142014 7,040,0007,040,000 $6,645,284$6,645,284 14.9%14.9% 11.3%11.3%, ,, , $ , ,$ , , 20152015 6,855,0006,855,000 --2.6%2.6% *City Changed Health Benefit Programs
  28. 28. 2013 Debt Service & Capital2013 Debt Service & Capital0 3 ebt Se v ce & Cap ta0 3 ebt Se v ce & Cap ta Bond PrincipalBond Principal $8,410,000$8,410,000pp $ , ,$ , , Bond InterestBond Interest $1,856,400$1,856,400 Interest on Notes (BAN’s)Interest on Notes (BAN’s) $227,757$227,757 Green Acres Trust ProgramGreen Acres Trust Program $38,709$38,709 TOTAL DEBT SERVICETOTAL DEBT SERVICE $10,532,866$10,532,866 5% Down payment for Ordinances5% Down payment for Ordinances-- $1,100,000$1,100,0005% Down payment for Ordinances5% Down payment for Ordinances ability to fund $22 mil in projectsability to fund $22 mil in projects $1,100,000$1,100,000
  29. 29. Total Debt Service AnnuallyTotal Debt Service AnnuallyTotal Debt Service AnnuallyTotal Debt Service Annually YearYear Debt ServiceDebt Service % Increase% Increase  20092009 $7,561,315$7,561,315 6.1%6.1%  20102010 $7,812,967$7,812,967 3.3%3.3%$ , ,$ , ,  20112011 $7,975,087$7,975,087 2.1%2.1%  20122012 $8 320 220$8 320 220 4 3%4 3% 20122012 $8,320,220$8,320,220 4.3%4.3%  20132013 $9,626,599$9,626,599 15.7%15.7%  20142014 $9,871,323$9,871,323 2.5%2.5%  20152015 $10,532,866$10,532,866 6.7%6.7%, ,, , AVERAGE = 5.8%AVERAGE = 5.8%
  30. 30. History of Library AppropriationHistory of Library AppropriationHistory of Library AppropriationHistory of Library Appropriation
  31. 31. History of Full Time StaffingHistory of Full Time Staffing 20032003 20042004 20052005 20062006 20072007 20082008 Administration 1313 1313 1313 1212 1212 12 Community Services 3030 2727 2727 2626 2525 16 Community Development 2020 2020 2020 2121 -- - Planning & Engineering 2626 25Planning & Engineering -- -- -- -- 2626 25 Legal - Statutory Offices 1111 1010 1010 1010 1010 10y Financial Management 1616 1616 1515 1515 1616 15 Police Department 7878 7878 7676 7676 7676 72 Fire & Rescue 6666 6666 6666 6666 6666 64 Public Works 6060 5858 5555 5454 4343 50 G F d d 33 33 33 33Grant Funded 33 33 33 33 -- - TOTAL 297297 291291 285285 283283 274274 264
  32. 32. History of Full Time StaffingHistory of Full Time Staffing 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Administration 12 12 15 15 16 20 15 C i S i 16 16 31 30 30 17Community Services 16 16 31 30 30 - 17 Community Operations - - - - - 81 70 Planning & 25 24Planning & Engineering 25 24 - - - - - Legal - 1 1 1 1 1 1 Statutory Offices 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 Financial Management 15 14 14 13 13 12 13 Police Department 72 72 71 72 71 70 70Police Department 72 72 71 72 71 70 70 Fire & Rescue 64 62 62 61 63 63 63 Public Works 50 50 46 50 50 - - Grant Funded - - - - - - - TOTAL 264 261 250 252 254 256 258
  33. 33. Department of AdministrationDepartment of AdministrationDepartment of AdministrationDepartment of Administration  2015 Budget reflects reorganization changes2015 Budget reflects reorganization changes  Public Relations & Information to CommunityPublic Relations & Information to Community ServicesServices // Economic Development/Environmental to FinanceEconomic Development/Environmental to Finance  15 Full Time Personnel15 Full Time Personnel  3,996 PPT Hours3,996 PPT Hours  OE: up $15,900OE: up $15,900 OE: up $15,900OE: up $15,900  Includes offices of the Mayor, BA, HR,Includes offices of the Mayor, BA, HR, Purchasing IT OEM & Neighborhood &Purchasing IT OEM & Neighborhood &Purchasing, IT, OEM, & Neighborhood &Purchasing, IT, OEM, & Neighborhood & Social ServicesSocial Services
  34. 34. Department of Community ServicesDepartment of Community ServicesDepartment of Community ServicesDepartment of Community Services  ReRe--established for 2015established for 2015 ReRe established for 2015established for 2015  17 Full Time Personnel17 Full Time Personnel 49 466 PPT H (41 000 A F C )49 466 PPT H (41 000 A F C ) 49,466 PPT Hours (41,000 at A&F Center)49,466 PPT Hours (41,000 at A&F Center)  OE: up $31,600OE: up $31,600  Includes: Public Relations & Information,Includes: Public Relations & Information, Recreation & Leisure Programs, POPSRecreation & Leisure Programs, POPSg ,g , Concerts, Music Pier Operations, and A&FConcerts, Music Pier Operations, and A&F CenterCenter
  35. 35. Department ofDepartment of Community OperationsCommunity OperationsDepartment ofDepartment of Community OperationsCommunity Operations  2015 Budget reflects reorganization changes2015 Budget reflects reorganization changesg g gg g g  A&F Center, Recreation & Leisure Programs, &A&F Center, Recreation & Leisure Programs, & Music Pier Operations all go to Community ServicesMusic Pier Operations all go to Community Services  70 Full Time Personnel70 Full Time Personnel  16 466 PPT Hours16 466 PPT Hours 16,466 PPT Hours16,466 PPT Hours  OE: up $22,500OE: up $22,500
  36. 36. Department of CommunityDepartment of Community OperationsOperationsDepartment of CommunityDepartment of Community OperationsOperations  Includes the Divisions of:Includes the Divisions of: Includes the Divisions of:Includes the Divisions of:  Community Operations AdministrationCommunity Operations Administration  Environmental OperationsEnvironmental Operationspp  Facility MaintenanceFacility Maintenance  Field OperationsField Operations  Fleet MaintenanceFleet Maintenance  Planning, Zoning, Municipal Code & LicensingPlanning, Zoning, Municipal Code & Licensing  Planning & Zoning BoardsPlanning & Zoning Boards  Construction CodeConstruction Code  En in rin & Pr j t M n m ntEn in rin & Pr j t M n m nt Engineering & Project ManagementEngineering & Project Management
  37. 37. Department of LawDepartment of LawDepartment of LawDepartment of Law  2015 Budget is down $37 7002015 Budget is down $37 700 2015 Budget is down $37,7002015 Budget is down $37,700  1 Full Time Solicitor and 1 Part Time1 Full Time Solicitor and 1 Part Time ProsecutorProsecutorProsecutorProsecutor  OE: down $38,700 from 2014OE: down $38,700 from 2014  S&W: up $1,000S&W: up $1,000
  38. 38. Department of Financial ManagementDepartment of Financial ManagementDepartment of Financial ManagementDepartment of Financial Management  2015 Budget is down $5002015 Budget is down $500 2015 Budget is down $5002015 Budget is down $500  13 Full Time Personnel, up 1 from 201313 Full Time Personnel, up 1 from 2013 18 200 PPT H18 200 PPT H 18,200 PPT Hours18,200 PPT Hours  OE: up $4,500OE: up $4,500  S&W: down $5,000S&W: down $5,000  Includes Accounting & Payroll Tax AssessmentIncludes Accounting & Payroll Tax Assessment Includes Accounting & Payroll, Tax AssessmentIncludes Accounting & Payroll, Tax Assessment & Collection, Revenue Collection, Beach Fees,& Collection, Revenue Collection, Beach Fees, Parking and AirportParking and AirportParking and AirportParking and Airport
  39. 39. Statutory OfficesStatutory Officesyy City ClerkCity Clerk  3 F ll Time Personnel same as 20143 F ll Time Personnel same as 2014 3 Full Time Personnel, same as 20143 Full Time Personnel, same as 2014  1,040 PPT Hours1,040 PPT Hours  OE: down $26,500 due to non Municipal Election YearOE: down $26,500 due to non Municipal Election YearOE: down $26,500 due to non Municipal Election YearOE: down $26,500 due to non Municipal Election Year  S&W: down $32,000S&W: down $32,000 Municipal CourtMunicipal Court  6 Full Time Personnel, same as 20146 Full Time Personnel, same as 2014 2 912 PPT H2 912 PPT H 2,912 PPT Hours2,912 PPT Hours  OE: same as 2014OE: same as 2014  S&W: up $2 000S&W: up $2 000 S&W: up $2,000S&W: up $2,000
  40. 40. Department of Fire & Rescue ServicesDepartment of Fire & Rescue ServicesDepartment of Fire & Rescue ServicesDepartment of Fire & Rescue Services  2015 Budget is up $132 5002015 Budget is up $132 500 2015 Budget is up $132,5002015 Budget is up $132,500  59 Full Time Firefighters, same as 201459 Full Time Firefighters, same as 2014 3 F ll Ti R EMT’ 20143 F ll Ti R EMT’ 2014 3 Full Time Rescue EMT’s, same as 20143 Full Time Rescue EMT’s, same as 2014  1 Full Time Clerical, same as 20141 Full Time Clerical, same as 2014  OE: up $5,500OE: up $5,500  S&W: up $127 000S&W: up $127 000 S&W: up $127,000S&W: up $127,000  This budget includes Lifeguard Operations &This budget includes Lifeguard Operations & Rescue EMT’sRescue EMT’sRescue EMT sRescue EMT s
  41. 41. Department of Police ProtectionDepartment of Police ProtectionDepartment of Police ProtectionDepartment of Police Protection  2015 Budget is up $27 0002015 Budget is up $27 000 2015 Budget is up $27,0002015 Budget is up $27,000  57 Full Time Officers, down 1 from 201457 Full Time Officers, down 1 from 2014 13 F ll Ti Ci ili 1 f 201413 F ll Ti Ci ili 1 f 2014 13 Full Time Civilians, up 1 from 201413 Full Time Civilians, up 1 from 2014  7,612 PPT Hours7,612 PPT Hours  OE: down $82,000 (no vehicle replacements forOE: down $82,000 (no vehicle replacements for 2015)2015)))  S&W: up $109,000S&W: up $109,000
  42. 42. 2015 Local Municipal Budget2015 Local Municipal Budgetp gp g

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