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2011 income tax presentation tipp city

  1. 1. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS<br />May 3, 2011 Income Tax Levy<br />
  2. 2. CURRENT INCOME TAX RATE<br />1.25% - $3,597,652<br />0.80% General Fund - $2,302,497<br />Public Safety (Police, Fire & EMS), Parks, Engineering, Economic Development, Finance & Administration<br />0.20% Capital Improvements - $575,624<br />Maintenance and reconstruction of roads, replacement of vehicles and equipment, police cruisers, ambulances, fire equipment, facilities, and debt<br />0.25% Parks Capital Improvements - $719,530<br />Approved in 2002 for a 10-year period<br />Construction of Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center, ball fields at Kyle Park and other parks improvements<br />
  3. 3. CITIZENS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE<br />21 volunteers appointed to serve on CIP Committee to evaluate the long-term capital needs of the City and to make a recommendation on how best to fund those needs<br />Eliminated $2,340,322 in proposed projects<br />Recommended $20,087,762 in items/projects over the next ten years<br />
  4. 4. CITIZENS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE<br />Recommended Items/Projects<br />New Ladder Truck<br />Renovation/Expansion of Fire/EMS Station<br />Comprehensive Street Resurfacing Program<br />Franklin Street Reconstruction<br />Dow Street Reconstruction<br />S. Third Street Reconstruction<br />
  5. 5. INCOME TAX PROPOSAL<br />Recommended by Citizens Capital Improvement Committee and approved by City Council<br />0.25% income tax increase effective July 1, 2011<br />Dedicated to CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS <br />10-year duration<br />Continuation of current 0.25% Parks CIP income tax effective January 1, 2013<br />Dedicated to CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS <br />10-year duration<br />
  6. 6. INCOME TAX PROPOSAL<br />
  7. 7. CITY FINANCES“Not like your home finances” <br />
  8. 8. TYPES OF FUNDS<br />26 Separate Funds<br />General Fund<br />Special Revenue Funds – 8<br />Swimming Pool Fund<br />Street Repair Fund<br />State Highway Fund<br />Debt Service Funds - 2<br />Bond Retirement Fund<br />Special Assessment Bond Retirement Fund<br />Capital Outlay Funds – 5<br />Capital Improvement Reserve Fund<br />Parks Capital Improvement Fund<br />Enterprise Funds – 7<br />Electric Fund<br />Water Fund<br />Sewer Fund<br />Trust and Agency Funds – 3<br />Medical Reimbursement Fund<br />Contractor’s Maintenance Deposit Fund<br />
  9. 9. CITY BUDGET<br />
  10. 10. 2010 Expenditures - $28,784,788<br />
  11. 11. GENERAL FUND - $5,693,472 <br />
  12. 12. GENERAL FUND REVENUE<br />
  13. 13. PROPERTY TAXES - Mils<br />City receives less than $0.03 of every property tax dollar paid<br />
  14. 14. GF TRANSFERS TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT RESERVE FUND (CIRF)<br />
  15. 15. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT RESERVE FUND (CIRF) – 2010 REVENUE<br />0.20% Inc Tax $ 575,624<br />Transfers <br />General Fund $ 137,000 (Hartman Ave.)<br />Grants<br />State $218,760 (Main St. - Streetscape)<br />
  16. 16. CIRF - EXPENDITURES<br />2010 Debt Payments = $263,054<br />Police Station<br />Service Center<br />Fire Engine Pumper<br />CR 25-A Widening<br />Kinna Drive Extension<br />
  17. 17. CIRF - EXPENDITURES<br />≈$300,000 remaining for<br />Police cruisers<br />Fire equipment<br />Medics<br />Information technology<br />Vehicles & equipment<br />Streets Maintenance and Reconstruction<br />Facilities Maintenance<br />
  18. 18. STREETS<br />56 Miles of Street<br />117 Lane Miles<br />Currently resurfaced an average of every 30+ years<br />12-Year Program<br />4.67 Miles Annually<br />$650,368<br />15-Year Program<br />3.73 Miles Annually<br />$519,458<br />20-Year Program<br />2.8 Miles Annually<br />$389,942<br />
  19. 19. STREET RESURFACING COSTS<br /><ul><li>2002 $74,241 per mile
  20. 20. 2003 $95,038 per mile
  21. 21. 2004 $84,796 per mile
  22. 22. 2006 $99,820 per mile
  23. 23. 2007 $101,017 per mile
  24. 24. 2008 $166,667 per mile (N. Hyatt St)
  25. 25. 2009 $139,265 per mile (Evanston Rd)</li></li></ul><li>MAXIMIZING GRANT FUNDING<br />City has received over $15,000,000 in grants since 2001 for:<br />Street Improvements<br />Streetscape<br />Parks<br />Prairies/Wellhead Protection<br />Bikeways<br />Utilities<br />
  26. 26. STREETSCAPE, PHASE 2 – 2007/2008<br />OPWC Grant $350,000 (33.0%)<br />ODOT (TE) Grant $302,236 (28.5%)<br />ODOT – Paving Grant $109,111 (10.2%)<br />City – Water Fund $137,536 (13.0%)<br />City – Electric Fund $ 77,651 ( 7.3%)<br />City – Sewer Fund $ 84,317 ( 8.0%)<br /> TOTAL $1,060,851<br />
  27. 27. N. HYATT STREET, PHASE 2 - 2008<br />OPWC Grant $400,000 (42%)<br />Miami Co Engineer $135,000 (14%)<br />City – Capital Reserve $304,930 (32%)<br />City – Water $ 17,130 ( 2%)<br />City – Sewer $ 86,142 ( 9%)<br />TOTAL $943,202<br />
  28. 28. TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT PROJECT – 2010/11<br />OPWC Grant $214,800 (23%)<br />CMAQ Grant $423,700 (46%)<br />Electric $214,250 (23%)<br />Street $ 77,500 ( 8%)<br />TOTAL $930,250<br />
  29. 29. City operations<br />
  30. 30. FT EMPLOYEES BY FUND<br />
  31. 31. FT GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES<br />40.25 Total FT GF Employees<br />19.00 Sworn Police Officers<br /> 3.00 Records Clerks – Police Department<br /> 1.00 EMS Chief<br /> 2.00 Utility Billing Personnel Directly Reimbursed By Utility Funds<br />15.25Non-Safety Personnel Paid Out of General Fund<br />
  32. 32. FT GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES BY DEPARTMENT<br />
  33. 33. FIRE DEPARTMENT<br />Fire Chief – Part-time<br />Volunteers/Paid On-Call<br />Many firefighters are City employees that are permitted to leave their jobs to answer fire calls, which allows the Fire Department to respond with adequate personnel.<br />Respond to over 430 calls per year<br />ISO Rating = 4, top 11% of fire departments<br />
  34. 34. FIRE COSTS<br />$137,106 Fire – 2010 Expenditures<br />- $73,357 Monroe Twp Fire Contract<br />$63,749<br />*$6.91 annual cost per resident<br />
  35. 35. Fire Department - Vehicles<br />AgeExpected Life<br />2004 Pumper (twp) 6 30<br />2002 Pumper 7 30<br />1997 Pumper 13 30<br />1994 Grass Truck (twp) 16 * 15<br />1994 Light Rescue 16* 15<br />1992 Tanker (twp) 18 30<br />1983 Pumper/Tanker (twp) 27 * 25<br />1982 Pumper 28 * 25<br />1975 Aerial (ladder) 35 * 30<br />
  36. 36. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES<br />1 Full-Time Chief<br />15 Part-Time Paramedics/EMT’s<br />13 Volunteer Paramedics/EMT’s<br />Respond to 1,400 call per year<br />
  37. 37. EMS COSTS<br />$731,243 EMS – 2010Expenditures<br />$426,767 EMS Billing – City/Twp<br />$304,476<br />* $33.02 annual cost per resident<br />
  38. 38. FIRE/EMS COMPARISONS - 2009<br />
  39. 39. PUBLIC SAFETY COMPARISONS - 2009<br />
  40. 40. POLICE COMPARISONS<br />
  41. 41. Lane Miles Added to City<br /> Street Lane % Full<br />Miles MilesIncTime<br />1970 – Prior 31.7 78.8 -- 3<br />1971 – 1990 38.3 95.1 21% 4<br />1991-2010 59.0 154.2 59% 4<br />
  42. 42. Cost Cutting Measures Enacted by City<br />2008 Combined Clerk of Council/CM Secretary Positions - $20,000 annually<br />2010 Combined Street Supt/Parks Supt Positions - $32,000 (GF) $20,000 (Street Fund)<br />2010 PT Engineer Position Eliminated<br /> $27,000<br />2010/11 FT Utility Billing Clerk replaced with PT<br /> $24,600<br />
  43. 43. Cost Cutting Measures Enacted by City<br />2010/11 Electric Lineman Position Eliminated - $46,000<br />
  44. 44. Questions?<br />

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