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1 FY 2015 Tax Levy by Function General Government 6,435,312 16% Public Works 3,755,969 9% Public Safety 9,339,985 22% Education 22,176,902 53%

2 FY 2015 TAX LEVY BREAKDOWN Operating Budgets: General Government 7,957,187 15% Education 28,992,172 54% Police/Fire 11,554,309 22% DPW 5,103,117 9% TOTAL 53,606, % Funding Sources: State Revenue 5,529,364 School Construction Reimbursement 891,901 Estimated Receipts 2,839,033 Medicaid Reimburse 100,000 Reserved Receipts 70,000 Ambulance Receipts 613,225 Cable Receipts for Operating Budget - St. Betterment Receipts 659,967 Septic Betterment Receipts 29,159 CPA Funds 860,020 Free Cash for Operating Budget 1,481,871 Free Cash -articles adding to Budget 419,000 Free Cash for Capital Budget 568,100 Overlay Surplus - Ambulance Receipts for Capital - Cable Receipts for School Capital 30,000 Cable Receipts for I.T. Capital 28,000 Total Other Funding 14,119,640 Total Tax Levied for Depts 41,708,168 Tax Levy per Recap (Revenue Analysis) 41,708,168 Variance -

3 FY 2015 TAX LEVY BREAKDOWN Percentage of Levy: Education 22,176, % Police/Fire 9,339, % DPW 3,755, % General Government 6,435, % TOTAL 41,708, % FY 2015 Tax Rate 9.11 Education 4.84 Police/Fire 2.04 DPW 0.82 General Government 1.41 Total 9.11

4 FY 2015 EDUCATION PORTION OF LEVY Cape Tech Tuition 979,628 School Debt (outside) 1,628,019 FY 2014 School Budget 19,921,400 Custodian/Maint salary (under DPW) 880,214 School related capital under DPW - School Energy Expenses 462,700 School Bldg Maint 347,800 School Grounds Expenses 78,100 School County Retirement 570,185 School Unemployment 46,200 School Health Insurance 3,492,353 School Medicare Penalty 1,520 Group Insurance School 8,500 School Medicare 218,174 Liability Insurance 327,379 School Capital 30,000 TOTAL EDUCATION BUDGETED 28,992,172 Total Education Percentage of Budget 54.00% Education Additions: Education Related Assessments 975,979 Cherry Sheet Offset 246,065 TOTAL ADDITIONS 1,222,044 Education Subtractions: Percentage of Est. Receipts 1,533,078 Cable Receipts for School Capital 30,000 Medicaid Reimbursement 100,000 Cherry Sheet Revenue 4,644,325 School Construction Reimbursement 891,901 Percentage of Overlay Surplus Percentage of Free Cash 800,210 Percentage of Reserved Receipts 37,800 TOTAL SUBTRACTIONS 8,037,314 BALANCE OF EDUCATION TO LEVY 22,176,902

5 FY 2015 POLICE FIRE PORTION OF LEVY Police Salary 3,461,868 Police Expense 363,781 Dispatcher Salary 445,858 Shellfish Propagation 20,000 Police Capital 233,100 Police/Fire Health Insurance 1,500,085 Police/Fire Insurance Stipend 5,000 Police Fire Medicare Penalty 2,160 Police/Fire Group Life 3,876 Police/Fire County Retirement 1,065,998 Police/Fire Medicare 109,591 Police/Fire Unemployment - Liability Insurance 153,429 Fire Salary 3,001,536 Fire Expense 449,505 Fire Capital 210,000 Fire Truck Debt (inside) 165,475 Fire Debt (outside) 363,047 TOTAL POLICE/FIRE BUDGETED 11,554,309 Total Police/Fire Percentage of Budget 22.00% Police/Fire Subtractions: Ambulance Receipts 613,225 Free Cash for Articles adding to operating budget 327,000 Free Cash for Capital Budget 308,100 Percentage of Overlay Surplus - Percentage of Est. Receipts 624,587 Percentage of Free Cash for Operating Budget 326,012 Percentage of Reserved Receipts 15,400 TOTAL SUBTRACTIONS 2,214,324 Balance of Police/Fire to Levy 9,339,985

6 FY 2015 DPW PORTION OF LEVY DPW Salary 1,181,475 DPW Expense 588,380 Bldgs & Grounds 263,000 DPW & Blds/Grounds Capital 260,000 Snow & Ice 116,570 Transfer Station 901,300 Cemetery 15,000 Tree Warden Expense 425 DPW Health Insurance 378,702 DPW Group Life 952 DPW Retirement 272,697 DPW Unemployment 10,800 DPW Health Insurance Stipend - DPW Medicare Penalty 400 DPW Medicare 30,100 DPW Liability Insurance 105,971 Interest Temp Borrowing Inside (Rds) 20,000 St. Betterment Debt (inside) 658,275 Bldg Maint Bond (inside) 145,882 Various Rd Projects Debt (outside) 153,188 TOTAL DPW BUDGETED 5,103,117 Total DPW Percentage of Budget 9.00% DPW Subtractions: Percentage of Est Receipts 255,513 Percentage of Free Cash 133,368 Percentage of Reserved Receipts 6,300 Percentage of Overlay Surplus - Free Cash for Capital Budget 260,000 Free Cash for articles adding to budget 32,000 Street Betterment Reserved Receipts 659,967 TOTAL DPW SUBTRACTIONS 1,347,148 Balance of DPW to Levy 3,755,969

7 FY 2015 GENERAL GOVERNMENT PORTION OF LEVY Moderator 200 Selectmen Elected 10,000 Selectmen Salary 328,494 Selectmen Expense 30,700 Legal/Consulting Expense 240,000 Finance Committee Reserve 100,000 Finance Committee Expense 62,000 Accounting Salary 205,042 Accounting Expense 1,000 Assessors Appointed 3,000 Assessing Salary 224,238 Assessing Expense 5,100 Treasurer/Collector Salary 187,311 Treasurer/Collector Expense 57,000 Debt Service Cost 3,270 Foreclosure Expense 10,000 Human Resources Salary 256,709 Human Resources Expense 56,520 I.T. Salary 161,304 I.T. Expense 178,220 I.T. Equipment Replacement 31,500 I.T. Capital 28,000 GIS Salary 59,780 GIS Expense 13,095 Town Clerk Elected Salary 68,000 Town Clerk Salary 75,068 Town Clerk Expense 8,300 Elections Salary 41,144 Elections Expense 15,800 Conservation Salary 115,006 Conservation Expense 1,280 Herring Warden Expense 500 Planning Board Expense 7,765 Planning Salary 89,829 Planning Expense 4,800 Town Hall Expense 271,500 Building Salary 257,560 Building Expense 6,100 Street Lighting Expense 36,900 Sewer Commission Expense 123 Board of Health Appointed Salary 3,000 Board of Health Salary 204,042 Board of Health Expense 21,890 Council on Aging Salary 205,349 Council on Aging Expense 35,482 Veterans Expense 77,500 Veterans Membership 32,102 Human Services Salary 63,769 Human Services Expense 44,228 Library Salary 369,836 Library Expense 153,777 Recreation Salary 238,606 Recreation Expense 16,320 Historical Salary 5,000 Historical Expense 1,000 Cultural Expense 90

8 FY 2015 GENERAL GOVERNMENT PORTION OF LEVY General Govt Health Insurance 761,600 General Govt Insurance Stipend 3,000 General Government Medicare Penalty 3,920 General Govt Group Life 1,972 General Govt Retirement 588,617 General Govt Medicare 52,195 General Govt Unemployment 3,000 Town Insurance 105,971 General Govt Outside Debt 734,131 General Govt Other Inside Debt 124,948 Additional inside debt budgeted 4,621 CPA Debt (inside) 849,063 GENERAL GOVT BUDGETED 7,957,187 Total General Govt Percentage of Budget 15.00% ADDITIONS: FY 2015 Overlay 394,397 Assessments 586,444 Cherry Sheet Offset 18,138 TOTAL ADDITIONS 998,979 SUBTRACTIONS: Percentage of estimated receipts 425,855 Cherry Sheet revenue 885,039 Percentage of Free Cash 222,281 Free Cash for articles adding to budget 60,000 Percentage of Overlay Surplus - CPA Special Revenue Transfer 860,020 Septic Betterment Receipts 29,159 Cable receipts for Capital 28,000 Percentage of Reserved Receipts 10,500 TOTAL SUBTRACTIONS 2,520,854 TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT LEVY 6,435,312

9 FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN Budget General Govt Public Safety Public Works Education Health Insurance--Town 2,640, ,600 1,500, ,702 Health Insurance--School 3,492,353 3,492,353 TOTAL HEALTH INS 6,132,740 Health Insurance Stipend 8,000 3,000 5,000 - Medicare Penalty 8,000 3,920 2, ,520 TOTAL 6,148,740 Group Life--Town 6,800 1,972 3, Group Life--School 8,500 8,500 TOTAL 15,300 Medicare-Town 191,886 52, ,591 30,100 Medicare-School 218, ,174 TOTAL 410,060

10 FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN HEALTH INSURANCE EXPLANATION: TOWN RELATED: Budgets more than actuals so I took the total amt of actuals, figured out what percentage they were of the whole actual; and then divided up the remainder of the budget by the percentage of each. Removed School Custodians from Town Insurance because they were budgeted under Town, but are education related. 2,697, Town Budget (129,420.00) School Custodians - Amount to cover school budget shortfall 65, Mitigation funds needed for Town budgets (includes Gen Govt, Public Safety & Public Works) 7, Excess mitigation budget over actual amounts needed 2,640, Total Town Insurance Budget to be distributed Monthly Ins Premium % of premium Excess Budget Amt Portion of Mitigation Excess Mitigation Total by Function 643, % General Govt 97,175 19,027 2, ,600 1,267, % Public Safety 190,998 37,397 4,103 1,500, , % Public Works 46,912 9,185 1, ,702 2,232, % 335,085 65,609 7,198 2,640,387 2,640, (2,305,302.00) Includes the mitigation funds *Monthly Ins 2,232,495 + town mitigation & extra 65, ,396* 335, Remainder of budget over actual (must divide this appropriately amont town functions, based on %)

11 SCHOOL RELATED: FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN School Budgeted Amt 3,276,000 Must add school custodial health insurance that is budgeted in Town, as well as amt from town to cover shortfall 3,276, School Health Insurance budget for Object , Amount to cover school custodian health insurance 79, Amount needed to cover mitigation expenses 7, Excess mitigation budget over actual amounts needed 3,492, Mitigation Budget 159,740 Town Portion (65,609) School Portion (79,735) Remaining Budget 14,396 Add 50% of this amt to town & school Health Insurance Reconciliation: Amt per YTD Budget Totals this sheet Variance Town Insurance 2,697,000 2,567,580 School Health 3,276,000 3,405,420 Mitigation 159, ,740 6,132,740 6,132,740 -

12 FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN HEALTH INSURANCE STIPEND: Actual Stipend Total per Payroll worksheet 8,000 Budgeted Amt 8,000 Variance - Total Actual 8,000 General Govt Amt 3,000 38% DPW Amt - 0% Police Amt 5,000 63% To break down budget: 101% Total Budget 8,000 General Govt Portion 3,000 DPW Portion - Police Portion 5,000 TOTAL 8,000

13 GROUP LIFE INSURANCE: FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN TOWN RELATED: Budgets more than actuals so I took the total amt of actuals, figured out what percentage they were of the whole actual; and then divided up the remainder of the budget by the percentage of each. 6, Town Budget 6, Total amt budgeted for Town 1, % General Govt 3, % Public Safety % Public Works 6, % To calculate Town Group Life, used percentages of Health Insurance Budget, by function x the budget SCHOOL RELATED: School Budgeted Amt 8,500 Amt per payroll sheet - Not provided by HR Difference 8,500 Stays with school because that is what it was budgeted for.

14 MEDICARE: Actual Amts per Payroll FY 2015 BENEFIT BREAKDOWN Percentage of budget Extra Divided by % Totals for spreadsheet Town 47,191 13% 5,004 52,195 Public Safety 99,199 27% 10, ,591 DPW 27,406 7% 2,694 30,100 School 197,775 53% 20, ,174 Total 371, % 38, ,060 Budgeted Amt 410,060 Variance 38,489 Total Medicare Budget per YTD report 410,060 Total Medicare Budget per worksheet 410,060 Variance -

15 FY 2015 UNEMPLOYMENT CALCULATION Payment Date Function Amt Pd Percent of Invoice Average Percentage of Invoice Amt of budget 7/25/2014 General Govt 5, % 5% 3, Public Safety 0% - Public Works 41, % 18% 10, School 0.00% 77% 46, Total 46, % 100% 60, Total Invoice 46, /29/2014 General Govt % Public Safety Public Works % School 4, % Total 4, % credit - Total Invoice 4, /19/2014 General Govt 0.00% Public Safety Public Works % School 4, % Total 4, % Total Invoice 4, /7/2014 General Govt % Public Safety - Public Works % School 4, % Total 4, % Total Invoice 4, /21/2014 General Govt % Public Safety % Public Works % School 1, % Total 1, % Total Invoice 1,686.31

16 FY 2015 MEDICARE SURCHARGE CALCULATION Function Amt Pd Percent of Invoice Amt of budget per Function General Govt % 3,920 Public Safety % 2,160 Public Works % 400 School % 1,520 Monthly Total % 8,000 Budget 8, *All invoices are the same so just had to use one to calculate the percentages*

17 FY 2015 TOWN INSURANCE LIABILITY CALCULATION Town Insurance Budget Breakdown: Education 327,379 Public Safety 153,429 Public Works 105,971 General Government 105,971 TOTAL 692,750 Insurance Premium breakdown: Education 275, % Public Safety 129, % Public Works 89, % General Government 89, % Total Premium Invoice 583, % Total Town Insurance Budget 692, Premiums Paid (583,396.00) Remaining budget 109, Remaining budget amount split percentage-wise to category noted above: Education 51, Public Safety 24, Public Works 16, General Government 16, Total 109, Total premiums remaining after school & identifiable public safety 267,720 Divide remaining by each function equally: Function Total for Breakdown General Government 89, ,240 Public Safety 89,240 39, ,207 Public Works 89, ,240 Total 267, ,687

18 BARNSTABLE COUNTY RETIREMENT ASSESSMENT CALCULATION Barnstable County Retirement Breakdown per Payroll Administrator: FUNCTION SALARY AMT PERCENTAGE Education 2,693, % Police & Fire 5,004, % DPW 1,283, % General Government 2,783, % TOTAL 11,763, % Budget Breakdown: TOTAL BUDGET 2,479, Education 570, % Police & Fire 1,065, % DPW 272, % General Government 570, % TOTAL 2,479, % Liuna Surcharge 18, **Add Liuna surcharge to General Government** Total General Government 588, Total Retirement 2,497,497.00

19 FY 2015 DEBT Outside Debt: School Debt $ 1,628,019 Fire $ 363,047 DPW $ 153,188 General Govt $ 734,131 Total Outside Debt $ 2,878,385 DE-1 Adjustments $ (994,202) Total Outside Debt to be Raised $ 1,884,183 Other Inside Debt: Fire $ 165,475 General Govt $ 270,830 Total Inside Debt $ 436,305 CPA Debt: General Govt $ 849,063 St. Betterment Debt: DPW $ 658,275 Total Inside Debt $ 1,943,643 Total Debt Due in FY 15 $ 4,822,028

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