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  • Madam Mayor, Members of Council, and the Public: Tonight we are presenting the City of Duluth’s FY 2001 Proposed Budget. The key participants are generally the departments and the elected officials. The department heads are responsible for building the technical aspects of the budget. The elected officials, on the other hand, give staff policy direction twice. First, through the annual Strategic Planning Conference, and then later during the working sessions of the budget. The citizens give us feedback all through the year, and more specifically during the Public Hearing. Everyone has the opportunity to participate--the elected officials set policy as representatives of the community; the staff provides practical, technical and professional input for the best administration of that policy. We have proivded the Budget At A Glance reference document for the Public. The Mayor and council have a draft document that the slides I am presenting tonight will reference. It contains the Revenues and Expenditures for FY 2001. The final presentation document will be completed no later than 60 days following approval of the Budget. The presentation document not only will include Revenues and Expenditures, but it also will contain Department goals, objectives, and performance measurements.
  • 2009 Budget Presentation

    1. 1. FY 2009 Budget City of Duluth
    2. 2. FY 2009 Budget Totals <ul><li>Expenditures </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Operations $21,059,350 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Capital Improvements 17,511,391 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li> Total Expenditures $38,570,741 </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Revenues </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Revenues, Grants & SPLOST $34,821,277 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>FY 08 Prior Year Reserves 2,666,589 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Prior Year Carry Fwd.Reserves 1,082,875 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Total Revenues $38,570,741 </li></ul></ul>
    3. 3. 2009 General Fund Revenues
    4. 4. 2009 OPERATING REVENUE (Pg 1) Property Tax 5,745,500 Franchise Tax 1,750,000 Alcohol Beverage Tax & Handling Permit 635,500 Insurance Premium Tax 1,210,000 Miscellaneous Taxes 611,000 Occupational Tax 751,200 Inspection Permits 340,450 Police Fines 2,500,000 Police Bonds 500,000 Ticket Add-Ons 1,100,000 Red Light Monitoring System Fines 775,000 Other Police Administrative Income 70,100 Interest earned CD's/Cap.Res/Gen.Fund Ck'ing 236,000 Recreation Programs 207,000 Recycling Proceeds 7,000
    5. 5. 2009 OPERATING REVENUE (Pg 2) Lease of Property – Main St. 61,821 Grid Tower Rental Revenue 30,000 Damage Deposits 15,000 Special Events Sponsors 35,000 DFC Facility Rental 35,000 Proceeds Fall Festival Event 100,000 Veteran Flag Donations 200 Other Income – Admin. 12,600 SPLOST Funding of Debt Payments 2,800,980 Workers’ Compensation Loss Fund 82,400 State Drug Fund 10,000 Federal Drug Fund 100,000     TOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING REVENUE 19,721,751
    6. 6. 2009 Total PDP’s
    7. 7. FY 2009 Operations PDP Expenditures DEPARTMENT PDP DESCRIPTION BUDGET Mayor and Council MC-01-09 Mayor and Council Operations 65,630 MC-02-09 Contingency 250,000 MC-03-09 Debt Service 4,190,620 Total 4,506,250 City Administrator CA-01-09 City Administrator Operations 284,120 CA-06-09 Strategic Planning Conference 11,400 Total 295,520 City Clerk CC-01-09 City Clerk's/Business Office Operations 1,089,180 CC-02-09 City Attorney 88,500 CC-05-09 Human Resources Operations 230,810 Total 1,408,490 Municipal Court CS-01-09 Municipal Court/Judges 558,120 CS-02-09 Court Pass Through and Add-on Fees 1,517,390 Total 2,075,510
    8. 8. FY 2009 Operations PDP Expenditures DEPARTMENT PDP DESCRIPTION BUDGET General Gov't. GG-02-09 Operations of City Hall 372,670 GG-03-09 Solid Waste Management 67,700 GG-05-09 Consolidated Office Supplies 71,000 GG-06-09 Consolidated Computer Maintenance 566,220 GG-08-09 Emergency Repairs & Fuel and Oil 360,000 GG-10-09 Workers' Compensation 82,400 GG-12-09 Landscape Maintenance 174,650 GG-14-09 Employee/Council/Community Relations 170,020   Total 1,864,660     Public Info/Mkting PI-01-09 Public Info/Mkting Administration 502,360 PI-10-09 Downtown Operations 119,440 Total 621,800
    9. 9. FY 2009 Operations PDP Expenditures DEPARTMENT PDP DESCRIPTION BUDGET Planning & Dev. CD-01-09 Planning & Development Operations 835,240 CD-06-09 Street Safety 356,840   Total 1,192,080   Parks & Recreation PK-01-09 Parks & Recreation Operations 788,060 PK-02-09 All City Passive Parks 40,180 PK-03-09 All City Tennis Courts 30,110 PK-04-09 All City Athletic Parks 224,000 PK-08-09 Recreation Program Operations 129,120   Total 1,211,470 Public Works ST-01-09 Public Works Operations 998,020 ST-02-09 Public Works Community Enhancement 30,000 ST-03-09 Maintenance of City Building & Property 86,860   Total 1,114,880
    10. 10. FY 2009 Operations PDP Expenditures DEPARTMENT PDP DESCRIPTION BUDGET Public Safety PD-01-09 Administration Operations 758,030 PD-02-09 Criminal Investigation Division 668,580 PD-04-09 Police Records Division 307,860 PD-07-09 Police Uniform Division 4,064,510 PD-08-09 Police Community Relations/COPS 372,620 PD-15-09 Consolidated Vehicle Maint. Division 134,600 PD-24-09 Police Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund 100,000 PD-25-09 Police State Asset Forfeiture Fund 10,000 PD-48-09 Red Light Monitoring System 352,480   Total 6,768,680         TOTAL GENERAL FUND PDP'S 21,059,350
    11. 11. Capital Improvement Program <ul><li>Definition of a Capital Improvement </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The cost to purchase is generally high ($5,000 or more). </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The purchase does not recur annually </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The useful life is long (generally 3 years or more). </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The item will become part of the City’s fixed asset inventory. </li></ul></ul>
    12. 12. Capital Improvement Project Ranking Process <ul><li>The Budget Committee (City Administrator, Chief of Police, and City Clerk) rank competing capital projects. </li></ul><ul><li>The Mayor and Council consider these rankings and then rank the projects during budget work sessions. </li></ul><ul><li>Funds available for capital improvements are determined by the operations budget and revenue projections. </li></ul><ul><li>Projects whose rankings fall below the available funding cut line are dropped from the budget. </li></ul>
    13. 13. Capital Improvement Projects Funding Criteria <ul><li>The following criteria are used by the Mayor, Council and Budget Committee to rank competing capital projects: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Most directly benefit the community </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Support all or most departments </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Yield the highest return-on-investments </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Maintain the budget committee’s rankings </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Are the least costly, when the project rankings are tied. </li></ul></ul>
    14. 14. Total Expenditures
    15. 15. FY 2009 Capital Improvements PROJECT # DESCRIPTION - RANKED CIP'S BUDGET GG-28-09 City-Wide Software Package 350,000 PD-20-09 Consolidated Vehicle Purchase 300,000 ST-36-09 Bucket Truck 65,000 CD-56-09 Buford Highway Corridor Study 72,415 PK-27-09 S. Hudgens Restrooms/Concessions 371,925 PK-29-09 Taylor Park Playground 250,000 CD-58-09 SR 120 Sidewalks to Monarch School 744, 000 CA-23-09 Living Memorial Fund 75,500 GG-29-09 City Wide Signage 100,000 TOTAL 2,328,840
    16. 16. FY 2009 Capital Improvements PROJECT # DESCRIPTION - CARRY FORWARD BUDGET CA-05-09 City Hall Projects/Church Renovation 970,078 CD-16-09 Sidewalks Pleasant Hill Road 30,000 CD-20-09 Western Gwinnett Bikeway 3,161,214 CD-23-09 Duluth Streetscape/Master Sidewalk Plan 2,392,903 CD-31-09 Rogers Bridge Trail and Trailhead 511,167 CD-41-09 Landscape Medians on PIB 16,000 CD-46-09 120 Realignment 1,570,494 CD-47-09 Hospital Connector Road 2,310,864 CD-52-09 CDBG Improvements – Phase II – b 411,686     TOTAL 11,374,406
    17. 17. FY 2009 Outside Funding Capital Improvements PROJECT # DESCRIPTION - 100% OUTSIDE FUNDING BUDGET CA-24-09 Downtown Parking 1,510,000 CA-37-09 Downtown Redevelopment 421,000 CD-43-09 Greenspace Program 94,086 CD-51-09 Ridgeway Extension 531,000 CD-57-09 Buford Hwy / SR 120 Gateway to Downtown 769,559 PD-60-09 Mounted Patrol 8,500 PD-63-09 COPS Donations 20,000 PD-71-09 Gwinnett County Law Enforcement 10,000 PD-72-09 State Grants 124,000 PD-73-09 Bullet Proof Vest 20,000 ST-32-09 Street Resurfacing 200,000 ST-35-09 Backhoe 65,000 ST-37-09 Full Size Truck 35,000     100% OUTSIDE FUNDING 3,808,145
    18. 18. 2009 Grants Governor’s Local Assistance - Living Memorial Fund 20,000 CA-23 CMAQ/TEA/TIP/HPP – Western Gwinnett Bikeway 2,328,016 CD-20 CMAQ/TE/HPP – Streetscape/Master Sidewalk Plan 1,834,000 CD-23 TEA/DNR - Rogers Bridge Trail and Trailhead 372,000 CD-31 LCI - Hospital Connector Road 1,785,902 CD-47 CDBG - Improvements Phase II – b 258,154 CD-52 CMAQ – Buford Hwy/SR 120 Gateway to Downtown 496,000 CD-57 TIP – SR 120 Sidewalks to the Monarch School 496,000 CD-58 Gwinnett County Law Enforcement Block Grant - COPs 10,000 PD-71 GA. Highway Safety Grant (GOHS) - COPs 44,000 PD-72 GEMA Homeland Security Grant 80,000 PD-72 Federal Bullet Proof Vest Grant 10,000 PD-73     TOTAL GRANTS 7,734,072
    19. 19. 2009 OTHER FUNDING (Pg 1) City Hall Projects/Church Renovation 970,078 CA-05 Living Memorial Fund 55,500 CA-23 Downtown Parking 1,510,000 CA-24 Downtown Redevelopment 421,000 CA-37 Sidewalk Pleasant Hill Road 30,000 CD-16 Western Gwinnett Bikeway 833,198 CD-20 Duluth Streetscape/Master Sidewalk Plan 558,903 CD-23 Rogers Bridge Trail and Trailhead 139,167 CD-31 Landscape Medians on PIB 16,000 CD-41 Greenspace Program 94,086 CD-43 SR 120 Realignment 1,570,494 CD-46 Hospital Connector Road 524,962 CD-47 Ridgeway Extension 531,000 CD-51 CDBG Improvements – Phase II – b 153,532 CD-52 Buford Highway Corridor Study 72,415 CD-56
    20. 20. 2009 OTHER FUNDING (Pg 2) Buford Hwy/SR 120 Gateway to Downtown 273,559 CD-57 SR 120 Sidewalks to the Monarch School 248,000 CD-58 City-Wide Software Package 350,000 GG-28 City Wide Signage 100,000 GG-29 Consolidate Vehicle Purchase 300,000 PD-20 Mounted Patrol 8,500 PD-60 COPS – Donations 20,000 PD-63 Bullet Proof Vest 10,000 PD-73 S. Hudgens Park Restroom/Concession 371,925 PK-27 Taylor Park Playground 250,000 PK-29 Street Resurfacing 200,000 ST-32 Backhoe 65,000 ST-35 Bucket Truck 65,000 ST-36 Full Size Truck   35,000 ST-37 TOTAL OTHER FUNDING 9,777,319

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