City Council August 21, 2012 Budget Presentation

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  • Other major funds Be aware water revenue is budgeted flat. If we continue to have watering restrictions, we will be selling less water. It will be difficult to make the proposed revenue. A budget amendment decreasing revenues and expenditures will have to be considered.
  • FY12 there was a 1 time influx of $500k grant revenue for capital
  • HOT increases due to positive economy
  • Admin includes doling out of HOT dollars. Large increase of HOT funds = increased allocation to subgrantees
  • Positive sales tax experience. Last year $6,986,881 total sales tax revenue. This year $7,538,683 total sales tax revenue – split between ballot and eco dev.
  • Admin = Aprox $210k in staff
  • Lisa Marley
  • FTE = Full Time Equivalents 2012 Budgeted, Authorized positions You’ll note we have fewer employees than all of our benchmark cities except for Odessa. In order to more easily compare apples to apples, we decided to laser in on Odessa. We compared each Odessa service/division to each of our services/divisions.
  • Legal + Municipal Court – Facilities Maint +
  • GIS + Parks – Recreation – d Golf Course +
  • IT + Billing & Receipts +
  • Solid Waste + Stormwater – NFS -
  • Utilities maint –
  • Compared to Odessa’s 918
  • FTE = Full Time Equivalents Odessa staffs Landfill 48 and Golf Course 10 so 918 – 48 – 10 = 860
  • Presented 7-20-10
  • Presented 7-20-10
  • Presented 7-20-10
  • Presented 7-20-10
  • Delegated HR Delegated HR Soft freeze looking in to ELR not recommended All things that are receiving attention
  • City Council August 21, 2012 Budget Presentation

    1. 1. 2012-2013 Budget DiscussionAugust 21, 2012
    2. 2. Calendar
    3. 3. Agenda• Introduction • General Fund Highlights • Summary of Major Funds• Discuss pay plan and living wage• Staffing comparison• Services Reduced in the 2010-11 Budget• Staff recommendation and follow up
    4. 4. Introduction• The 2012-2013 proposed budget includes: • ½ ¢ reduction in property tax rate • Triple street maintenance • Goodfellow Express Route • Modest raises• Where are we now: • Includes the stated goals • Implements the solutions as discussed • Leaves about $215,000 available for other needs
    5. 5. 10 year property tax history
    6. 6. Water Fund Budget FY12 FY13Revenue Water Sales $20,376,000 $20,376,000 Billing & Collection 1,820,000 1,850,000 Other Revenue 1,371,586 1,388,436 23,567,586 23,614,436
    7. 7. Water Fund Budget FY12 FY13Expense Administration $4,816,014 $5,130,285 Supply 6,389,432 4,500,097 Treatment 2,546,830 2,368,955 Distribution 4,037,251 3,904,986 Capital Outlay 1,222,508 1,568,408 Transfers Out 5,836,000 6,141,705 24,398,035 23,614,436Rev. Over/(Under) Exp. (830,449) 0
    8. 8. Water Fund Budget
    9. 9. Water Fund Budget
    10. 10. Waste Water Fund Budget Fiscal Year 12 Fiscal Year 13Revenue Sewer Fees $9,890,000 $9,890,000 Other Revenue 275,600 334,437 10,165,600 10,224,437
    11. 11. Waste Water Fund Budget FY12 FY13Expense Treatment $2,850,827 $2,667,148 Collection 1,326,328 1,328,817 Administration 1,545,936 1,794,910 Capital Outlay 460,000 363,672 Transfers Out 4,069,890 4,069,890 10,252,981 10,224,437Rev. Over/(Under) Exp. (87,381) 0
    12. 12. Waste Water Operating Fund
    13. 13. Waste Water Operating Fund
    14. 14. Storm Water Fund FY12 FY13Revenue Storm Water Fee $2,570,000 $2,586,500 Transfers In 95,000 95,000 2,665,000 2,681,500Expense Personnel 994,523 1,055,454 Operations 486,787 494,322 Capital 1,208,690 1,131,724 2,690,000 2,681,500Rev. Over/(Under) Exp. (25,000) 0
    15. 15. Airport Operating Fund FY12 FY13Revenue Leases/Rentals $1,073,076 $1,150,350 Other Revenue 807,427 376,823 1,880,503 1,527,173Expense Personnel 677,314 690,060 Operations 1,153,734 703,947 Other 97,996 133,166 1,929,044 1,527,173Rev. Over/(Under) Exp. (48,541) 0
    16. 16. Civic Events Fund FY12 FY13Revenue Hotel/Motel Tax $1,390,000 $1,575,000 Venue Revenue 406,400 421,880 Other 45,000 45,000 1,841,400 2,041,880
    17. 17. Civic Events Fund FY12 FY13Expense Coliseum $214,650 $210,667 Convention Center 123,815 144,331 River Stage 7,000 18,200 Pavilion 1,000 1,750 Administration 1,494,935 1,666,932 1,841,400 2,041,880Rev. Over/(Under) Exp. 0 0
    18. 18. Development Corp - Ballot FY13Revenue Sales Tax – Ballot $5,387,391 5,387,391Expenditure Debt service 4,348,188 Admin 69,629 Ballot projects 593,454 Future Projects 376,121 5,387,391
    19. 19. Development Corp – Economic Dev FY13Revenue Sales Tax – Eco Dev $2,095,097 Other 56,195 2,151,292Expenditure Admin 553,789 Affiliations, DSA, Chamber 379,039 Industrial Park, CVCED, BRC, Sports Complex 203,164 BREP 17,500 Future projects 997,800 2,151,292
    20. 20. Employee Raises• Pay plan survey• Living wage
    21. 21. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Abilene Midland Odessa Wichita Angelo FallsFTEs 962.0 1,129.0 1,018.5 918.0 1,232.0
    22. 22. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaCity Council 7 6City Manager’s Office 4 4Public Information 2 1City Clerk 2 2Legal 7 12Municipal Court 34 24Facilities Maint 6 13Comm. & Economic Dev. 4 1Planning 4 4
    23. 23. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaGIS 4.5 7Inspection & Permits 12 15Fire Prevention 8 8Engineering – all 15 20Parks 47 36Recreation 7.5 3Golf Course 0 10Fire 169 163Police 199 216
    24. 24. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaPublic Safety Comm. 25 31Finance 5 6Accounting 7 5Purchasing 2 8Information Technology 6 15Communications 3 3Internal Auditor 1 1Billing & Receipts 8 16Operations Admin 3 2
    25. 25. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaTraffic Operations 12 16Street & Bridge 27 34Solid Waste 0 48Vehicle Maint 19 24Stormwater 22 7Neighborhood & Family Svcs 6 3Code Compliance 7 8Human Resources 5 6Workers Comp. 4 4
    26. 26. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaEmployee Health 1 5Animal Services 12 10Nursing 5 5Water Utilities Admin 3 6Water Conservation 1 0Water Customer Service 14 17Water Treatment 12 12Water Quality Lab 5 10Water Distribution 39 30
    27. 27. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaWastewater Collection 17 13Utilities Maint 20 0Water Reclamation 21 28Construction Mgt 1 0Emergency Mgt 2 0Environmental Health 4 0Crossing Guards 18.5 0
    28. 28. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaTwin Buttes 2 0Lake Operations 11 0MPO 3 0WIC 16.5 0Airport 14.5 0Fairmount Cemetery 6 0State Office Building 2 0Tx Bank Sports Complex 9 0Civic Events 12 0
    29. 29. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaSenior Nutrition 3.5 0Fort Concho 13 0 Total FTEs 962 918
    30. 30. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel ComparisonCity of San Angelo 962LESS Services not offered in Odessa Environmental Health (4) Crossing Guards (18.5) Twin Buttes (2) Lake Operations (11) MPO (3) WIC (16.5) Airport (14.5)
    31. 31. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel ComparisonFairmount Cemetery (6)State Office Building (2)Tx Bank Sports Complex (9)Civic Events (12)Senior Nutrition (3.5)Fort Concho (13)Construction Mgt (1)Emergency Mgt (2)Adjusted Total 844
    32. 32. Survey of Benchmark Cities Personnel Comparison San Angelo OdessaAdjusted 844.0 860.0Total FTEs*
    33. 33. Reduced Services Approved 7-20-10 ManLocation Cost Hours DescriptionBen Ficklin 338 Service as practice field onlySpencer’s Outlook(PD anx.) 149 Natural area; mow edge19th St 64 Natural area; mow edge Natural area; mow edge;Valley view 0 Lake Ops.HUD Homes $3,000 Revenue to be budgeted Make Civic EventsRiver Stage $22,082 responsibility
    34. 34. Reduced Services Approved 7-20-10 ManLocation Cost Hours Description Down-grade to open space; mowNorth Concho $1,500 501 edgeKiwanis 296 Remove from inventory Remove w/long range plan @ Bradford Elementary School andPurkey Park 154 Park amenitiesPete Chapa 205 Remove w/Rio Vista renovatedAve N & Remove vegetation, replace w/xeri-Campus 88 scape
    35. 35. Reduced Services Approved 7-20-10 ManLocation Cost Hours DescriptionVan Buren/Webster& Harrison Webster Remove vegetation, replaceTriangles 104 w/xeri-scape Requires agreementOld Town $3,000 663 amendment Soil sterilizer and/or RoundEl Paseo RR Tracks 133 up apps. League facility; league to payLa Liga Soccer $36,000 water cost29th St Complex 600 Remove most fencing
    36. 36. Reduced Services Approved 7-20-10 ManLocation Cost Hours Description Make Civic EventsConvention Center $12,656 responsibilityUS 87 North 262 Possible TIRZ responsibilityBotanical & Ag inParks $20,000 One time savingsPark Pavilionrental $25,000 New revenue
    37. 37. Notes from City Council• Cost saving suggestion program• Safety incentive program• Hiring freeze, attrition savings• Seasonally adjusted work week• Netting at Texas Bank Sports Complex• Contracting Out Recreation Centers• Electronic Drop Box• Review of Parks
    38. 38. Follow Up• Staff recommends approval of the budget ordinance, second reading and adoption September 4, 2012• Staff will implement: • Reduced tax rate • Street maintenance program • Cuts to services • Ordinances adjusting user fees • Hotel Occupancy Tax allocations
    39. 39. Calendar

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