CITY OF SOUTH TUCSON Tentative Budget FY June 26, 2012

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1 CITY OF SOUTH TUCSON Tentative Budget FY June 26, 2012

2 CITY OF SOUTH TUCSON FY FINAL BUDGET Presented to: Jennifer Eckstrom, Mayor Pete Tadeo, Vice Mayor John Felix, Acting Mayor Paul Diaz, Council Member Anita Romero, Council Member Carlos G. Salaz, Council Member Mary Soltero, Council Member By: Enrique Serna, City Manager Ruben Villa, Assistant City Manager/ Finance Director Department Heads: Larry Anderson, Fire Chief Marilyn Chico, Housing Director Angel Lopez, Public Works Director Veronica Moreno, City Clerk Richard Muñoz, Police Chief Joel Gastelum, Planning Director Judge Ron Wilson

3 INDEX Report Page Tentative Budget Comparison to Prior Fiscal Yea 1 This report shows projected increases and decreases compared to the prior year's adopted budget. General Fund Budget Summary 2 This report summarizes general fund revenue categories and city department expenses. It also provides information regarding the actual activity figures as of a current closed accounting period. General Fund Budget Detail 3-32 Both General Fund revenue and expenditure line items are detailed in this report. All other Funds Budget Detail All other Funds' revenue and expenditure line item detail Salary Budget Employee Salary and Benefit costs are detailed in this report. NOTE: the total for each employee does not represent the actual take home pay but the estimated City costs at the of the fiscal year. Salary Allocations Summary Provides a summary of estimated percentage of employee dedicated time per funding source and provide information for each position's projected total salary and benefit costs. Salary Allocations Detail Every employee's estimated allocation and funding source for the total salary and benefits costs are detailed in this report.

4 Tentative Budget Summary FY Approved Prior Tentative Fund Fund Name FY FY /- 100 GENERAL FUND $3,949,294 $4,319,620 $370, HOUSING AUTHORITY - SECTION 8 $853,875 $853,875 $0 216 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT $573,117 $706,170 $133, HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $1,030,231 $1,030,231 $0 235 HURF $358,745 $341,786 -$16, PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND $210,000 $210,000 $0 242 RTA PROJECTS $1,050,000 $2,150,000 $1,100, LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANC $7,000 $7,000 $0 252 YOUTH CENTER OPERATIONS FUND $113,000 $113,000 $0 261 RICO FUND $332,620 $332,620 $0 262 MISC. POLICE GRANTS $0 $200,000 $200, HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $400,000 $400,000 $0 266 STONEGARDEN POLICE GRANT $261,000 $290,000 $29, CNA POLICE GRANT $80,000 $0 -$80, GITEM POLICE GRANT $80, $80, $0 269 COPS (CHRP) POLICE GRANT $55,060 $119,526 $64, CDBG 2006 $714 $0 -$ CDBG 2008 $9,500 $0 -$9, CDBG 2009 $80,500 $80,500 $0 311 CDBG 2010 $182,600 $156,182 -$26, CDBG 2011 $351,800 $187,083 -$164, CDBG 2012 $0 $385,316 $385, EDA GRANT $75,000 $105,000 $30, DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES $0 $0 $0 329 CAPITAL PROJECTS $1,424,000 $1,424,000 $0 334 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $0 $0 $0 335 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $0 $0 $0 340 GRANT OPPORTUNITY ACCOUNT $450,000 $450,000 $0 341 NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT PROG $425,000 $425,000 $0 342 YOUTH ART PROJECTS $50,000 $50,000 $0 355 BIO-TERROR/HOMELAND SEC GRANTS $0 $0 $0 358 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $100,000 $100,000 $0 359 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $15,800 $18,521 $2, EXPLORER PROGRAM $15,000 $15,000 $0 364 BROWNFIELDS 2007 GRANT $228,213 $228,213 $0 365 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $400,000 $400,000 $0 366 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP $300,000 $300,000 $0 402 J.C.E.F FUND $33,000 $33,000 $0 730 VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS RELIEF $9,000 $9,000 $0 Total Tentative $13,504,069 $15,520,643 $2,016,574 Page: 1

5 FY Fund Recap GENERAL FUND 04/30/2012 FY ACTUAL PRIOR BUDGET ADOPTED +/- REVENUES: Taxes 1,755, ,977, ,236, , Intergovernmental Revenues 902, ,138, ,289, , License and Permits 163, , , Fines and Penalties 222, , , Other Financial Services Miscellaneous Revenue 80, , , Charges for Services 114, , , , Transfers TOTAL REVENUES: 3,238, ,949, ,319, , EXPENDITURES: Administration 1, , , City Manager 162, , , , Mayor and Council 26, , , Magistrate Court 160, , , , City Clerk 27, , , , Finance 59, , , , Information Technologies 102, , , , Personnel 9, , , , Planning and Zoning 17, , , , Transportation and Flood Contr 4, , , , Fire Department 255, , , , Voluntary Fire 236, , , , Police 937, ,154, ,244, , Civilian Police 194, , , , Public Works 73, , , , Sanitation 31, , , , Streets Fleet Service 24, , , , Development Services 27, , , , Public Buildings 49, , , , Non-Departmental 193, , , , Debt Service 44, , , Transfers 392, , , , TOTAL EXPENDITURES: 3,034, ,949, ,319, , Net Revenues over Expenditures: 204, Page: 2

6 GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE TAXES Property Taxes 348, , , , Trans Priv (Sales) 1,393,879 1,602,456 1,564,024 ( 38,432) Transient Occupancy Tax 12,789 25,000 25,000 0 TOTAL TAXES 1,755,128 1,977,690 2,236, ,184 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES Urban Revenue Sharing 357, , , , State Sales Tax 366, , ,622 45, Auto Lieu Tax 168, , ,575 ( 9,104) DEA Task Force Exp Reimb 10, ,000 15, Post Training Reimbursements 0 10,000 10,000 0 TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 902,983 1,138,342 1,289, ,142 LICENSE AND PERMITS Occupational Licenses 47,970 90,065 90, Liquor Licenses 18,250 27,000 27, Building Permits 27,379 30,000 30, Business Licenses 9,108 38,500 38, Franchise Fees 58, , , Tobacco License Fee 1,100 1,200 1, Temporary Occupational License 1,182 2,000 2,000 0 TOTAL LICENSE AND PERMITS 163, , ,323 0 FINES AND PENALTIES DSPLY Susp Plate 1,986 1,200 1, Fines and Penalties 92,372 94,500 94, Judicial Collect Enhance 3,673 2,000 2, Defensive Driving Diversion 16,400 15,000 15, Order to Show Cause 1,360 1,000 1,000 0 GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE Page: 3

7 GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE Fill in the Gap -2,426 1,000 1, Community Court 12,424 17,000 17, Default Fee 14,672 8,500 8, Quash Warrant Fee 799 1,200 1, Late Payment Fee 9,989 6,000 6, Time Payment Fee Court Technology Enhancement 14,049 7,000 7, Administrative Attorney Fee Research and Locate Fee Fee for Costs of Encarceration 7,601 10,000 10, Fee for Cost of Attorney 7,172 10,000 10, Local Abstract Fee 13,604 12,000 12, Unclaimed Forfeiture Bonds 100 1,500 1, CASE PROCESSING FEE 12,807 20,000 20, City Code Violation Fines 29 1,000 1, Payment Plan Maint. Fee 15,484 17,000 17, Local Chapter Seven TOTAL FINES AND PENALTIES 222, , ,550 0 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES Interest Revenue 14,067 23,500 23, Seizures 17,961 15,000 15, Miscellaneous Income 12,970 10,000 10, Impound Fees 35,167 55,000 55, Donations 0 2,000 2, Community Activity 0 35,000 35,000 0 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 80, , ,500 0 CHARGES FOR SERVICES Rental Fees 82,324 98,789 98, Refuse Collection Fees 32,312 65,000 25,000 ( 40,000) GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE Page: 4

8 GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE Special Refuse Fees Planning & Zoning Fees 0 2,000 2,000 0 TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES 114, , ,889 ( 40,000) TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE 3,238,814 3,949,294 4,319, ,326 GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND REVENUE Page: 5

9 GENERAL FUND ADMINISTRATION OPERATING EXPENSES Gas, Oil and Tires 1,245 2,000 2, Unemployment Tax 0 7,000 7, Vehicle Repair 217 2,000 2, Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 1,500 11,000 11,000 0 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 1,500 11,000 11,000 0 GENERAL FUND ADMINISTRATION Page: 6

10 GENERAL FUND CITY MANAGER SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 117, ,481 91,373 ( 33,108) FICA 3,082 3,193 5,665 2, State Retirement 736 5,537 11,102 5, Health Insurance 2,269 3,185 3,167 ( 18) Workers Compensation ICMA 401A 0 0 5,815 5, Car Allowance Medicare , TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 124, , ,623 ( 18,551) OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Membership, Dues and Subscript Professional Services 0 6,000 6, Outside Legal Services 2,682 5,000 5, Training and Travel 128 1,000 1, Communications 2,803 6,000 6, Utilities 14, Contracts 15,045 9,500 9, Prisoner Detainment 0 236, , Miscellaneous Expense 429 3,000 3, Publicity Gas, Oil and Tires 937 1,000 1, Vehicle Repair Office Supplies 0 1,500 1, Operating Supplies 0 1,250 1, Community Activities ,000 35,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 37, , ,350 0 GENERAL FUND CITY MANAGER Page: 7

11 GENERAL FUND CITY MANAGER TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 3,000 3,000 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 3,000 3,000 0 TOTAL CITY MANAGER 162, , ,973 ( 18,551) GENERAL FUND CITY MANAGER Page: 8

12 GENERAL FUND MAYOR AND COUNCIL SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 14,629 19,200 19, FICA 907 1,192 1, State Retirement 4,826 5,720 5, Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 20,614 26,463 26,463 0 OPERATING EXPENSES Training and Travel 0 1,258 1, Communications 575 4,000 4, Utilities 3,914 6,750 6, Miscellaneous Expense Publicity 0 3,500 3, Office Supplies 1, Operating Supplies Youth Programs from Donations 0 2,000 2,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 5,625 18,408 18,408 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL MAYOR AND COUNCIL 26,239 45,641 45,641 0 GENERAL FUND MAYOR AND COUNCIL Page: 9

13 GENERAL FUND MAGISTRATE COURT SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 86, , ,722 11, FICA 5,049 7,300 8, State Retirement 8,622 12,658 15,761 3, Health Insurance 7,907 11,391 11,257 ( 134) Workers Compensation Medicare 1,181 1,708 1, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 109, , ,098 15,901 OPERATING EXPENSES Membership, Dues and Subscript Professional Services 7,186 9,000 9, Attorney Services 23,573 25,000 25, Outside Legal Services Training and Travel Communications 1,909 2,400 2, Utilities 1,677 3,150 3, Contracts 7,667 10,000 10, Miscellaneous Expense Office Supplies 2,941 3,000 3, Operating Supplies 4,567 5,000 5,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 50,369 59,600 59,600 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 2,975 2,975 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 2,975 2,975 0 TOTAL MAGISTRATE COURT 160, , ,673 15,901 GENERAL FUND MAGISTRATE COURT Page: 10

14 GENERAL FUND CITY CLERK SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 16,998 34,489 37,997 3, FICA 974 2,139 2, State Retirement 1,717 3,708 4, Health Insurance 1,801 4,028 4,010 ( 18) Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 21,764 44,991 49,671 4,680 OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising 0 4,000 2,000 ( 2,000) Membership, Dues and Subscript Election Fees 0 5,000 5, Training and Travel Communications 1,559 2,000 2, Utilities 2,851 3,300 3, Contracts 359 3,500 3, Miscellaneous Expense Office Supplies Operating Supplies 33 1,000 1,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 5,878 20,225 18,225 ( 2,000) TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL CITY CLERK 27,642 65,929 68,609 2,680 GENERAL FUND CITY CLERK Page: 11

15 GENERAL FUND FINANCE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 16,341 25,781 30,763 4, FICA 2,336 1,599 1, State Retirement 3,911 2,771 3, Health Insurance 2,802 1,893 1,850 ( 43) Workers Compensation ICMA 401A Car Allowance Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 26,720 33,354 40,490 7,136 OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising 185 1,000 1, Membership, Dues and Subscript Professional Fees 18 3,000 3, Audit Fees 24,394 35,000 35, Training and Travel 0 1,500 1, Communications 3,875 4,500 4, Contracts 254 1,200 1, Miscellaneous Expense 1,983 5,000 5, Office Supplies 0 2,000 2, Operating Supplies 1,154 3,700 3,700 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 31,863 57,400 57,400 0 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 576 2,000 2,000 0 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 576 2,000 2,000 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 4,550 4,550 0 GENERAL FUND FINANCE Page: 12

16 GENERAL FUND FINANCE TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 4,550 4,550 0 TOTAL FINANCE 59,159 97, ,440 7,136 GENERAL FUND IT Page: 13

17 GENERAL FUND IT SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 21,384 34,957 41,913 6, FICA 1,267 2,167 2, State Retirement 2,206 3,758 5,093 1, Health Insurance 1,352 3,450 3,417 ( 33) Workers Compensation ICMA 401A Car Allowance Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 27,244 45,809 55,455 9,646 OPERATING EXPENSES Training and Travel Communications 1,249 1,500 1, Contracts 66,708 20,000 60,000 40, Office Supplies Operating Supplies 3,215 2,500 2,500 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 71,238 25,250 65,250 40,000 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 1,946 5,000 5, Improvements 1,752 4,000 4,000 0 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 3,698 9,000 9,000 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 1,540 1,540 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 1,540 1,540 0 TOTAL IT 102,180 81, ,245 49,646 GENERAL FUND IT Page: 14

18 GENERAL FUND PERSONNEL SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 7,536 8,723 9, FICA State Retirement , Health Insurance ( 14) Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 9,375 11,128 12,301 1,173 OPERATING EXPENSES Professional Services Communications Office Supplies Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 2,500 2,500 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL PERSONNEL 9,375 14,398 15,571 1,173 GENERAL FUND PERSONNEL Page: 15

19 GENERAL FUND PLANNING AND ZONING SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 14,479 7,738 10,658 2, FICA State Retirement 1, , Health Insurance 1, ( 4) Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 17,896 9,950 13,564 3,614 OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Membership, Dues and Subscript Legal Services 0 1,500 1, Contracts Miscellaneous Expense Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 100 3,000 3,000 0 TOTAL PLANNING AND ZONING 17,996 12,950 16,564 3,614 GENERAL FUND PLANNING AND ZONING Page: 16

20 GENERAL FUND TRANSPORTION AND FLOOD CNTRL SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 3,730 12,034 10,658 ( 1,376) FICA ( 85) State Retirement 377 1,294 1, Health Insurance 252 1, ( 430) Workers Compensation ( 5) Medicare ( 19) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 4,629 15,478 13,564 ( 1,914) OPERATING EXPENSES Legal Services 0 1,000 1, Training and Travel Operating Supplies 0 2,000 2,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 18 3,500 3,500 0 TOTAL TRANSPORTION AND FLOOD CNTRL 4,647 18,978 17,064 ( 1,914) GENERAL FUND TRANSPORTION AND FLOOD CNTRL Page: 17

21 GENERAL FUND FIRE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 156, , ,331 ( 2,373) Overtime 3,624 12,711 16,221 3, State Retirement 47,518 39,813 40, Health Insurance 6,608 12,833 12,408 ( 425) Workers Compensation 4,900 7,811 7, Uniform/Shoe Allowance 2,818 3,900 3, Medicare 2,175 2,733 2, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 224, , ,520 1,015 OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Membership, Dues and Subscript Professional Fees 1, Training and Travel Physical & Fit Testing Expense 1,559 2,500 2, Insurance 0 5,000 5, Communications 2,282 3,000 2,500 ( 500) Utilities 9,323 10,000 10, Contracts 428 2,000 2, Gas, Oil and Tires 11,671 9,000 15,000 6, Vehicle Repair 2,387 7,000 7, Office Supplies 78 1,000 1, Operating Repairs 0 1,000 1, Operating Supplies 1,493 3,000 2,500 ( 500) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 31,310 44,619 49,619 5,000 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 3,500 3,500 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 3,500 3,500 0 GENERAL FUND FIRE Page: 18

22 GENERAL FUND FIRE TOTAL FIRE 255, , ,639 6,015 GENERAL FUND FIRE RESERVE Page: 19

23 GENERAL FUND FIRE RESERVE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 210, , ,142 1, Overtime 3, FICA 13,267 14,697 14, Workers Compensation 6,563 9,828 9, Medicare 3,103 3,438 3, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 236, , ,250 1,263 TOTAL FIRE RESERVE 236, , ,250 1,263 GENERAL FUND FIRE RESERVE Page: 20

24 GENERAL FUND POLICE DEPARTMENT SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 507, , ,614 51, Overtime 36,007 12,817 11,897 ( 920) FICA 32,138 36,456 39,582 3, State Retirement 209, , ,159 34, Health Insurance 21,097 45,801 45,268 ( 533) Workers Compensation 18,165 28,123 29,951 1, Uniform/Shoe Allowance 6,327 11,912 11, Medicare 7,516 8,522 9, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 837,853 1,000,770 1,090,649 89,879 OPERATING EXPENSES Membership, Dues and Subscript Professional Fees 8,151 10,000 10, Training and Travel Insurance 1,712 5,000 5, Communications 7,794 9,600 9, Utilities 9,506 13,500 13, Contracts 6,577 8,000 8, Miscellaneous Expense 555 1,000 1, Towing and Storage - Impound 0 2,000 2, Gas, Oil and Tires 0 15,000 15, Vehicle Repair 896 2,500 2, Office Supplies 1,271 1,800 1, Operating Repairs 0 1,500 1, Operating Supplies 1,937 6,000 6, Medical Investigating Expense Initial Uniform Issue 2,182 6,000 6, Postage and Shipping 612 2,000 2, Animal Control Expense 57,047 60,000 60, Investigative Expense GENERAL FUND POLICE DEPARTMENT Page: 21

25 GENERAL FUND POLICE DEPARTMENT TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 99, , ,200 0 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 0 1,500 1,500 0 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 0 1,500 1,500 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 7,100 7,100 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 7,100 7,100 0 TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT 937,542 1,154,570 1,244,449 89,879 GENERAL FUND POLICE DEPARTMENT Page: 22

26 GENERAL FUND CIVILIAN POLICE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 87,460 37, ,351 66, Overtime 3, FICA 4,780 2,306 6,408 4, State Retirement 6,039 3,998 12,557 8, Health Insurance 2,170 2,800 5,739 2, Workers Compensation 1, ,778 2, Medicare 1, , TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 106,080 47, ,332 84,723 OPERATING EXPENSES Contracts 88, , ,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 88, , ,000 0 TOTAL CIVILIAN POLICE 194, , ,332 84,723 GENERAL FUND CIVILIAN POLICE Page: 23

27 GENERAL FUND PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 50,458 20,427 12,099 ( 8,328) Overtime FICA 2,975 1, ( 516) State Retirement 3,132 2,196 1,472 ( 724) Health Insurance 2,501 1,745 1,142 ( 603) Workers Compensation 2,187 1, ( 731) Medicare ( 122) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 61,971 27,401 16,377 ( 11,024) OPERATING EXPENSES Advertising Professional Fees 417 1,000 1, Communications 2,440 2,500 2, Utilities 7,383 7,000 9,000 2, Contracts Miscellaneous Expense Office Supplies Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 11,035 12,000 14,000 2,000 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION 73,006 39,471 30,447 ( 9,024) GENERAL FUND PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION Page: 24

28 GENERAL FUND SANITATION SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries FICA State Retirement Health Insurance Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLIES Gas, Oil and Tires 4,511 1,500 0 ( 1,500) TOTAL MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLIES 4,511 1,500 0 ( 1,500) OPERATING EXPENSES Communications Contracts 26,419 7,800 0 ( 7,800) Vehicle Repair 926 1,000 0 ( 1,000) Operating Supplies ( 500) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 27,560 9,300 0 ( 9,300) TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 10,000 65,000 55,000 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 10,000 65,000 55,000 TOTAL SANITATION 31,940 20,800 65,000 44,200 GENERAL FUND SANITATION Page: 25

29 GENERAL FUND STREETS - GF OPERATING EXPENSES Contracts Vehicle Repair Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES TOTAL STREETS - GF GENERAL FUND STREETS - GF Page: 26

30 GENERAL FUND FLEET SERVICE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 16,223 22,274 24,539 2, FICA 999 1,381 1, State Retirement 1,639 2,395 2, Health Insurance 1,179 1,874 1,840 ( 34) Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 20,755 29,149 32,234 3,085 MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLIES Operating Supplies TOTAL MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLIES OPERATING EXPENSES Training and Travel Utilities 4,034 5,850 5, Contracts Vehicle Repair -3 1,000 1, Office Supplies Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 4,082 8,350 8,350 0 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL FLEET SERVICE 24,837 38,399 41,484 3,085 GENERAL FUND FLEET SERVICE Page: 27

31 GENERAL FUND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 13,371 24,345 0 ( 24,345) FICA 830 1,510 0 ( 1,510) State Retirement 0 2,617 0 ( 2,617) Health Insurance 59 2,416 0 ( 2,416) Workers Compensation ( 89) Medicare ( 353) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 14,490 31,330 0 ( 31,330) OPERATING EXPENSES Training and Travel Communications Contracts 12,616 9,500 13,000 3, Vehicle Repair Office Supplies Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 13,053 12,550 16,050 3,500 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT TOTAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 27,543 44,580 16,750 ( 27,830) GENERAL FUND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Page: 28

32 GENERAL FUND PUBLIC BUILDINGS SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 4,335 5,713 4,973 ( 740) FICA ( 45) State Retirement ( 10) Health Insurance ( 2) Workers Compensation ( 63) Medicare ( 10) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 5,419 7,814 6,944 ( 870) OPERATING EXPENSES Professional Services Utilities 3,466 21,000 21, Contracts 16,130 2,000 2, Miscellaneous Expense 0 3,000 3, Operating Repairs 2,713 3,500 3, Operating Supplies 3,868 3,500 3,500 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 26,547 33,000 33,000 0 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 0 3,500 3, Improvements 17,758 5,000 15,000 10,000 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 17,758 8,500 18,500 10,000 TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 3,500 3,500 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 3,500 3,500 0 TOTAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS 49,724 52,814 61,944 9,130 GENERAL FUND PUBLIC BUILDINGS Page: 29

33 GENERAL FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS Employee Benefits-Adjustements 9, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 9, OPERATING EXPENSES Professional Services 0 1,000 1, Insurance 120, , ,000 ( 20,800) HRA Plan 11,274 60,000 60, Communications 9,421 6,500 6, Contracts 39,516 10,000 10, Miscellaneous Expense 0 15,000 15, Operating Supplies 3, TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 184, , ,500 ( 20,800) TRANSFERS OUT Contingency 0 7,500 7,500 0 TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT 0 7,500 7,500 0 TOTAL NON-DEPARTMENTAL 193, , ,000 ( 20,800) GENERAL FUND NON-DEPARTMENTAL Page: 30

34 GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE - SHORT TERM DEBT SERVICE ADMINISTRATION Interest Expense 6,148 16,812 16, Principal Repayment 36,375 53,883 53, Other Fees 2,424 5,000 5,000 0 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE ADMINISTRATION 44,947 75,695 75,695 0 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE - SHORT TERM 44,947 75,695 75,695 0 GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE - SHORT TERM Page: 31

35 GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE - LONG TERM Transfer Out 392, , , ,000 TOTAL 392, , , ,000 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE - LONG TERM 392, , , ,000 GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE - LONG TERM Page: 32

36 HOUSING AUTHORITY - SECTION 8 SECTION 8 HOUSING REVENUE MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES Interest Revenue TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES OPERATING RECEIPTS HUD Contributions 408, , , Unpaid Rent 8, TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS 417, , ,875 0 TOTAL SECTION 8 HOUSING REVENUE 417, , ,875 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - SECTION 8 SECTION 8 HOUSING REVENUE Page: 33

37 HOUSING AUTHORITY - SECTION 8 SECTION 8 HOUSING EXPENSE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 37,637 86,932 50,665 ( 36,267) FICA 2,282 5,390 3,141 ( 2,249) State Retirement 3,438 9,345 6,156 ( 3,189) Health Insurance 4,301 9,665 6,156 ( 3,509) Workers Compensation 881 2,757 1,607 ( 1,150) Medicare 534 1, ( 526) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 49, ,350 68,460 ( 46,890) OPERATING EXPENDITURES-ADMINISTRATI Accounting Fees 3,968 4,000 4, Staff Training 379 2,000 2, Other Administrative Expenses 5,628 3,000 3, Reimbursements 802, , ,415 46,890 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES-ADMINISTRATI 812, , ,415 46,890 TOTAL SECTION 8 HOUSING EXPENSE 861, , ,875 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - SECTION 8 SECTION 8 HOUSING EXPENSE Page: 34

38 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT REVENUE OPERATING RECEIPTS Dwelling Rentals 216, , , Excess Utilities 0 1,000 1, Other Operating Receipts 33, HUD Contributions 494, , , , Non-Dwelling TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS 744, , , ,053 TOTAL LOW RENT REVENUE 744, , , ,053 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT REVENUE Page: 35

39 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT EXPENSE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 114, , ,249 63, FICA 6,727 6,598 10,556 3, State Retirement 9,383 11,441 20,686 9, Health Insurance 10,559 15,318 16, Workers Compensation 2,681 3,374 5,399 2, Medicare 1,573 1,543 2, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 145, , ,623 80,920 OPERATING EXPENSES Miscellaneous Expense 0 5,000 5,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 5,000 5,000 0 OPERATING EXPENDITURES-ADMINISTRATI Legal Expense Audit Fees 0 4,950 4, Accounting Fees 7,228 9,000 9, Travel 0 2,500 2, Other Administrative Expenses 39,195 30,000 30,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES-ADMINISTRATI 46,423 46,950 46,950 0 TENANT SERVICES Recreation, Publications, and 1,664 1,200 1,200 0 TOTAL TENANT SERVICES 1,664 1,200 1,200 0 UTILITIES Water 51,964 45,500 45, Electricity 115, , , Gas 36,738 30,000 30, Other Utility Expense 0 5,000 5,000 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT EXPENSE Page: 36

40 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT EXPENSE TOTAL UTILITIES 204, , ,500 0 ORDINARY MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION Gas, Oil and Tires 0 3,200 3, Materials 44,385 36,000 36, Contract Costs 179,443 66,000 66,000 0 TOTAL ORDINARY MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION 223, , ,200 0 PROTECTED SERVICES Contract Costs 0 22,000 22,000 0 TOTAL PROTECTED SERVICES 0 22,000 22,000 0 GENERAL EXPENSES Insurance 47,543 50,000 50, Payments in lieu of Taxes 0 1,000 1, Collection Loses 0 5,000 5,000 0 TOTAL GENERAL EXPENSES 47,543 56,000 56,000 0 NONROUTINE EXPENDITURES Extraordinary Maintenance 0 6,564 58,697 52,133 TOTAL NONROUTINE EXPENDITURES 0 6,564 58,697 52,133 TOTAL LOW RENT EXPENSE 669, , , ,053 HOUSING AUTHORITY - LOW RENT LOW RENT EXPENSE Page: 37

41 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING AUTH-CFP REVENUE MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES Stimulus 0 241, , CFP 15,138 17,717 17, CFP 0 158, , CFP , , CFP 0 202, , CFP 6, , ,000 0 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 22,295 1,030,231 1,030,231 0 TOTAL HOUSING AUTH-CFP REVENUE 22,295 1,030,231 1,030,231 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING AUTH-CFP REVENUE Page: 38

42 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2007 CFP EXPENDITURE OPERATING EXPENSES Fees & Costs Dwelling Structures 14,964 17,717 17,717 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 15,084 17,717 17,717 0 TOTAL HOUSING 2007 CFP EXPENDITURE 15,084 17,717 17,717 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2007 CFP EXPENDITURE Page: 39

43 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2008 CFP EXPENDITURE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 456 3,134 3, FICA State Retirement Health Insurance ( 163) Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 509 4,266 4, OPERATING EXPENSES Fees and Costs 30 20,000 20, Dwelling Structures 5, , ,361 ( 275) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 5, , ,361 ( 275) TOTAL HOUSING 2008 CFP EXPENDITURE 6, , ,902 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2008 CFP EXPENDITURE Page: 40

44 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2009 CFP EXPENDITURE OPERATING EXPENSES Fees and Costs ,000 20, Dwelling Structures 1, , ,730 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 1, , ,730 0 TOTAL HOUSING 2009 CFP EXPENDITURE 1, , ,730 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2009 CFP EXPENDITURE Page: 41

45 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2009 STIMULUS OPERATING EXPENSES Fees and Costs 0 20,000 20, Dwelling Structures 0 221, ,375 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 241, ,375 0 TOTAL HOUSING 2009 STIMULUS 0 241, ,375 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2009 STIMULUS Page: 42

46 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2010 CFP EXPENDITURE OPERATING EXPENSES Fees and Costs 0 20,000 20, Dwelling Structures 0 182, ,507 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 202, ,507 0 TOTAL HOUSING 2010 CFP EXPENDITURE 0 202, ,507 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2010 CFP EXPENDITURE Page: 43

47 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2011 CFP EXPENDITURE OPERATING EXPENSES Fees and Costs 0 20,000 20, Dwelling Structures 0 205, ,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 225, ,000 0 TOTAL HOUSING 2011 CFP EXPENDITURE 0 225, ,000 0 HOUSING AUTHORITY - CIAP HOUSING 2011 CFP EXPENDITURE Page: 44

48 HURF HURF FUND REVENUE INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES Highway User Fund Revenue 271, , ,786 ( 16,959) TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 271, , ,786 ( 16,959) TOTAL HURF FUND REVENUE 271, , ,786 ( 16,959) HURF HURF FUND REVENUE Page: 45

49 HURF ADMINISTRATION - HURF SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 25,986 16,129 66,494 50, FICA 1, ,122 3, State Retirement 2,618 1,734 8,080 6, Health Insurance 2,385 1,453 7,011 5, Workers Compensation ,185 4, Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 32,885 20,609 90,857 70,248 OPERATING EXPENSES Office Supplies 260 1, ( 700) Operating Supplies ( 400) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 298 1, ( 1,100) TOTAL ADMINISTRATION - HURF 33,183 22,109 91,257 69,148 HURF ADMINISTRATION - HURF Page: 46

50 HURF GENERAL FUND REVENUE SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 56,835 55,102 17,639 ( 37,463) FICA 2,198 3,416 1,094 ( 2,322) State Retirement 1,179 5,923 2,143 ( 3,780) Health Insurance 572 2,943 1,139 ( 1,804) Workers Compensation 318 2, ( 2,276) Medicare ( 543) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 61,616 70,594 22,406 ( 48,188) OPERATING EXPENSES Communications 6,209 13,000 6,000 ( 7,000) Operating Supplies 0 2, ( 1,500) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 6,209 15,000 6,500 ( 8,500) TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE 67,825 85,594 28,906 ( 56,688) HURF GENERAL FUND REVENUE Page: 47

51 HURF SANITATION - HURF OPERATING EXPENSES Operating Supplies TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES TOTAL SANITATION - HURF HURF SANITATION - HURF Page: 48

52 HURF STREETS - HURF SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 68,291 91,746 96,299 4, Overtime FICA 4,215 5,688 5, State Retirement 6,981 9,864 11,700 1, Health Insurance 6,065 9,612 9,565 ( 47) Workers Compensation 1,017 7,244 7, ICMA 401A 0 0 1,108 1, Car Allowance 907 1,123 1, Medicare 986 1,331 1, TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 88, , ,486 7,878 OPERATING EXPENSES Communications 377 3,000 3, Utilities 66,160 77,300 60,000 ( 17,300) Contracts 2,967 2,000 2, Gas, Oil and Tires 5,841 16,000 5,000 ( 11,000) Vehicle Repair 1,400 8,500 8, Office Supplies 0 1,000 1, Operating Repairs 1,392 8,634 1,637 ( 6,997) Operating Supplies 5,675 8,000 6,000 ( 2,000) TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 83, ,434 87,137 ( 37,297) TOTAL STREETS - HURF 172, , ,623 ( 29,419) HURF STREETS - HURF Page: 49

53 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL REVENUE GRANT REVENUES Flood Control District Revenue 0 130, , Revenue - Julian Wash 0 80,000 80, PC09 # Project 4 3, TOTAL GRANT REVENUES 3, , ,000 0 TOTAL PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL REVENUE 3, , ,000 0 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL REVENUE Page: 50

54 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- PW SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 3, FICA State Retirement Health Insurance Workers Compensation Car Allowance Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 3, OPERATING EXPENSES Utilities 15,104 8,000 8, Contracts 9 7,500 7, Gas, Oil and Tires 376 5,000 5, Operating Repairs ,500 94, Operating Supplies ,000 15,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 16, , ,000 0 TOTAL PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- PW 20, , ,000 0 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- PW Page: 51

55 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- JULIAN SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries 36,363 56,492 49,975 ( 6,517) Overtime FICA 2,245 3,504 3,098 ( 406) State Retirement 3,473 6,074 6,072 ( 2) Health Insurance 2,879 5,597 4,976 ( 621) Workers Compensation 526 4,321 3,659 ( 662) ICMA 401A Car Allowance Medicare ( 96) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 46,146 77,090 69,063 ( 8,027) OPERATING EXPENSES Operating Repairs 0 2,000 5,500 3, Operating Supplies ,437 4,527 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 451 2,910 10,937 8,027 TOTAL PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- JULIAN 46,597 80,000 80,000 0 PIMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL FUND PIMA CNTY FLOOD CTRL- JULIAN Page: 52

56 RTA PROJECTS RTA PROJECTS - REVENUES GRANT REVENUES RTA# Speed Alert Monitor 0 60,000 60, Other RTA Funds 0 400,000 1,500,000 1,100, RTA# 37AO - 26TH/10TH HAWK 0 140, , RTA# 41BJ - ST BIKE LANE/GRNWY 0 150, , RTA# 37AP - ADA UPGRADES 0 300, ,000 0 TOTAL GRANT REVENUES 0 1,050,000 2,150,000 1,100,000 TOTAL RTA PROJECTS - REVENUES 0 1,050,000 2,150,000 1,100,000 RTA PROJECTS RTA PROJECTS - REVENUES Page: 53

57 RTA PROJECTS RTA PROJECTS - EXPENDITURES OPERATING EXPENSES Contracts 0 400,000 1,500,000 1,100,000 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 0 400,000 1,500,000 1,100,000 TOTAL RTA PROJECTS - EXPENDITURES 0 400,000 1,500,000 1,100,000 RTA PROJECTS RTA PROJECTS - EXPENDITURES Page: 54

58 RTA PROJECTS RTA# SPEED ALERT MONI SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries FICA State Retirement Health Insurance Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS CAPITAL OUTLAY Construction 0 59,807 59,721 ( 86) TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 0 59,807 59,721 ( 86) TOTAL RTA# SPEED ALERT MONI 0 60,000 60,000 0 RTA PROJECTS RTA# SPEED ALERT MONI Page: 55

59 RTA PROJECTS RTA# ST/6TH PEDESTRI SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries Fica TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS TOTAL RTA# ST/6TH PEDESTRI RTA PROJECTS RTA# ST/6TH PEDESTRI Page: 56

60 RTA PROJECTS RTA# TH/6TH PEDESTRI SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries FICA TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS TOTAL RTA# TH/6TH PEDESTRI RTA PROJECTS RTA# TH/6TH PEDESTRI Page: 57

61 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 37AP - ADA UPGRADES SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries FICA State Retirement Health Insurance Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS CAPITAL OUTLAY Improvements 0 299, ,445 ( 169) TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 0 299, ,445 ( 169) TOTAL RTA# 37AP - ADA UPGRADES , ,000 0 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 37AP - ADA UPGRADES Page: 58

62 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 37AO - 26th/10th HAWK SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries FICA State Retirement Health Insurance Workers Compensation Medicare TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS CAPITAL OUTLAY Construction 0 139, ,445 ( 169) TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 0 139, ,445 ( 169) TOTAL RTA# 37AO - 26th/10th HAWK , ,000 0 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 37AO - 26th/10th HAWK Page: 59

63 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 41BJ - ST BIKE LANE/ GREE CAPITAL OUTLAY Construction 0 150, ,000 0 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 0 150, ,000 0 TOTAL RTA# 41BJ - ST BIKE LANE/ GREE 0 150, ,000 0 RTA PROJECTS RTA# 41BJ - ST BIKE LANE/ GREE Page: 60

64 LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANC LTAF REVENUE CHARGES FOR SERVICES Sun Tran Bus Pass Sales 14,074 7,000 7,000 0 TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES 14,074 7,000 7,000 0 TOTAL LTAF REVENUE 14,074 7,000 7,000 0 LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANC LTAF REVENUE Page: 61

65 LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANC LTAF EXPENSES OPERATING EXPENSES Contracts 13,991 7,000 7,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 13,991 7,000 7,000 0 TOTAL LTAF EXPENSES 13,991 7,000 7,000 0 LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANC LTAF EXPENSES Page: 62

66 YOUTH CENTER OPERATIONS FUND YOUTH CENTER OPERATION REVENUE INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES Pima County Support 0 113, ,000 0 TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 0 113, ,000 0 TOTAL YOUTH CENTER OPERATION REVENUE 0 113, ,000 0 YOUTH CENTER OPERATIONS FUND YOUTH CENTER OPERATION REVENUE Page: 63

67 YOUTH CENTER OPERATIONS FUND YOUTH CENTER OPERATION EXPENSE OPERATING EXPENSES Communications 2, Utilities 18, Contracts 84, , , Operating Repairs 1,659 13,000 13,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 106, , ,000 0 TOTAL YOUTH CENTER OPERATION EXPENSE 106, , ,000 0 YOUTH CENTER OPERATIONS FUND YOUTH CENTER OPERATION EXPENSE Page: 64

68 RICO FUND RICO FUND REVENUES INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES RICO Reimbursements 27, , ,620 0 TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 27, , ,620 0 TOTAL RICO FUND REVENUES 27, , ,620 0 RICO FUND RICO FUND REVENUES Page: 65

69 RICO FUND RICO FUND EXPENSES SALARIES AND BENEFITS Salaries ,668 0 ( 61,668) Overtime 86 1,698 0 ( 1,698) FICA 21 3,928 0 ( 3,928) State Retirement 34 31,848 0 ( 31,848) Health Insurance 1 6,540 0 ( 6,540) Workers Compensation 12 3,030 0 ( 3,030) Uniform/Shoe Allowance 1,174 1,600 0 ( 1,600) Medicare ( 918) TOTAL SALARIES AND BENEFITS 1, ,230 0 ( 111,230) OPERATING EXPENSES Training and Travel ,000 17, Communications 1,506 10,000 10, Contracts 21,060 35,000 35, Miscellaneous Expense 2,464 11,500 11, Towing and Storage 85 3,000 3, Grant Match Expenses 0 2,000 2, Swat Expense 0 5,000 5, Undercover Investigative 0 1,000 1, Gas, Oil and Tires 46,514 60,000 60, Vehicle Repair 17,692 10,000 10, Office Supplies 2,201 3,000 3, Operating Supplies 4,423 10,000 10, Bike Patrol 0 3,000 3,000 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 96, , ,500 0 CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 4,318 30, , , Improvements 0 20,000 20,000 0 RICO FUND RICO FUND EXPENSES Page: 66

70 RICO FUND RICO FUND EXPENSES TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY 4,318 50, , ,230 TOTAL RICO FUND EXPENSES 101, , ,620 0 MISC. POLICE GRANTS POLICE MISC. GRANT REVENUE Page: 67

71 MISC. POLICE GRANTS POLICE MISC. GRANT REVENUE GRANT REVENUES Just Assistance Grant , ,000 TOTAL GRANT REVENUES , ,000 TOTAL POLICE MISC. GRANT REVENUE , ,000 MISC. POLICE GRANTS POLICE MISC. GRANT REVENUE Page: 68

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