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2016 Annual Budget City of Troy, Ohio

Fiscal Year January 1- December 31

Table of Contents

I.

Budget Message

II.

2016 Budget in Brief

III.

Budget Details by Fund

IV.

2015 Actual Budget Recap

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TROY OHIO
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Patrick E. J. Titterington

100 S. Market Street, P. 0. Box 3003


Troy, Ohio 45373-7303
phone: (937) 335-1725/ fax: (937) 339-8601
Patrick. Titterington@troyohio.gov

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TO:

Citizens of Troy, Ohio, USA

FROM:

Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

SUBJECT:

2016 CITY OF TROY OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET

On behalf of Mayor Beamish, Troy City Council, former City Auditor John Stickel, and current City
Auditor John Frigge, I am proud to present the 2016 City of troy operating and capital budget, which City
Council passed as Ordinance No. 0-42-2015 on December 7, 2015. This budget determines the number of
employees, the types of services, the capital spending, and the amenities that we will provide this year. The
document that follows is a detailed description of our budget work plan, which was compiled after months
of analysis, discussion, and priority setting. It continues to be our most important policy statement and, given the
most recent assaults on our revenues by our State of Ohio delegation, it will be especially critical to follow. By law,
staff cannot exceed this budget without City Council's prior approval.
Economic development remains our number one priority for, without a robust, thriving, diverse and
sustainable residential, commercial and industrial economy, the City cannot protect the health, welfare and safety of
our stakeholders, nor can we continue the high level, unique quality of life we enjoy. Though our State of Ohio
leaders continue the unconscionable confiscation of our income tax revenues, Troy officials recognize, through our
close alliance with our business community, that attracting and retaining young workers and families to Troy will be
absolutely essential to sustaining and growing our business economy.
To that end, City Council approved and staff has begun constructing three interrelated projects to develop and
redevelop the Great Miami River corridor. The development of Treasure Island Park and the renovation of the
Marina Building are nearing completion, and the expansion and modernization of Hobart Arena should be
completed by year end. The summer of 2016 promises wonderful new events at Treasure Island, as we strive to
connect this park with our historic downtown, creating the riverfront corridor. Other priorities will include assessing
the best use of the new addition to the Paul G. Duke Park and expanding recreational opportunities there and
throughout the City; encouraging the future development of the former Hobart/llW site on West Main Street; and
continuing our multi-million dollar capital infrastructure investment program. Mayor Beamish continues to promote
the maintenance of a well-rounded set of basic services and amenities, all of which has made Troy the unique and proud
community it is today.
Besides our renewed emphasis on economic development, some of the highlights of the 2016 budget include:

Revenues: The City's income tax is projected to increase by 5.3% over 2015 budgeted levels;
Fund Balances: The General Fund balance is projected to decrease due to continued increases in costs of
labor, inflation, and capital infrastructure replacement;
Negotiations: This budget was developed while union negotiations were still underway. Those
negotiations have been completed and we should be grateful for the continued partnership
with our employee groups and the reasonable and responsible increases included in the new
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2016 City of Troy Budget Message


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agreements;

Staffing: The 2015 staffing levels are maintained. However, as demands for service continue to
rise, we will analyze staffing needs throughout 2016;

Operational efficiencies: We will continue to look at operating efficiencies, reorganizations, and


work consolidations that would lead to greater efficiency and cost effectiveness;

Capital: Replacement of essential equipment has been included in various departments,


including a second jet vacuum truck and the replacement of radios for the Police and Fire
Departments, as well as operations staff, so that the radios are integrated with the 911 system;

Downtown: Funds are budgeted to address a parking/traffic study and to construct a new
parking lot on Mulberry Street on land recently purchased by the City;

Utility Funds: Various water and sewer utility projects are included to improve and expand the
system, the construction of the new water tower, and continuing to evaluate the feasibility of
creating a more regional utility for Troy and area customers;

The continued stress placed on the City's finances from the State of Ohio's 2014 (and earlier) actions cannot
be ignored or understated. The significant changes in our municipal income process will continue to divert funds
that our stakeholders pay to support their local services to the state bureaucracy. We expect more loss in General
Fund revenues. However, continued emphasis on our top priorities, projects, programs and investments to
maintain our strong services and quality of should allow the City of Troy to combat this revenue confiscation and,
hopefully, remain in a very strong financial position.
We do recognize that strength does not imply long-term stability, so we must and will continue to evaluate the
most essential services to maximize our return on investment. Due to the loss of income streams and
increases in operating and capital costs, the five-year financial forecast continues to be less than ideal.
In 2017, our General Fund balance is projected to drop below the reserve rates recommended by national
standards. Mayor Beamish and I, with the help of City Auditor John Frigge, will continue focusing on further
streamlining costs and maximizing revenue potential.
The City's outstanding track record on reporting the status of the City's finances continues into 2016, with
the City earning its 25th consecutive Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) recognition for the
Comprehensive Annua l Financial Report (CAFR). This is a testament to the excellence of the operations of
the Auditor's Office and the City departments.
We are committed to meeting the future challenges head on without affecting Troy's basic services and
unique quality of life. Our customers are our citizens, businesses, and visitors and we know very well that
customer satisfaction is the most important gauge of how well our City thrives. Once again, I recognize the
excellent team led by Mayor Beamish and consisting of Council President Martha Baker, City Council, former
Auditor Stickel, current Auditor John Frigge, Law Director Grant Kerber, the administrative staff, every
Department Head, and all of the City employees.

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Directory of 2016 Officials

Mayor
President of Council
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Sixth Ward
Councilmembers-at-Large:

Director of Law
Auditor
Treasurer

Director of Public Service and Safety


Administrative Assistant
Asst. Director of Public Service and
Safety
Development Director
City Engineer
Recreation Director
Fiscal Supervisor
Fire Chief
Police Chief
Interim Park Superintendent
Cemetery Foreman
Director of Golf

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Michael L. Beamish
Martha A. Baker
Thomas M. Kendall
Douglas W. Tremblay
John W. Schweser
Bobby W. Phillips
William C. Twiss
Brock A. Heath
John L. Terwilliger
Robin I. Oda
Lynne B. Snee
Grant D. Kerber
John E. Frigge
Melvin R. Shane

Patrick E. J. Titterington
Sue G. Knight
Thomas C. Funderburg
James A. Dando Jr.
Jillian A. Rhoades
Kenneth E. Siler
Veronica I. Showalter
Matthew E. Simmons
Charles C. Phelps
Jeremy S. Drake
David M. Hastings
Kenneth D. Green

2016 CITY OF TROY BUDGET


Executive Summary

The 2016 City of Troy (henceforth, "City") approved budget is $55,936,570 (without transfers) and is
allocated as follows:
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

$19,107,656
$18,375,264
$18.453.650
$55,936,570

34%
33%
33%

The City uses generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) on an accrual basis, which may be more
complicated and complex than other standards. GAAP requires the City to maintain forty (40) separate
funds. Each of those funds must end each year, by law, with a positive balance, called its cash fund
balance. An unencumbered fund balance is the amount that is not otherwise already obligated for a
municipal purpose.
On January 1, 2016, the City's total all funds cash fund balance was $86,967,561. Of that seemingly large
balance, $5,500,115 was encumbered for specific purposes and approximately $4,791 ,663 must be
reserved as a requirement of debt service bonding.
Some funds have restrictions on their individual balances and revenues. Particularly, these are:
1) When the City sold its electric utility to the Dayton Power and Light Company in 1969, the $12
million proceeds were deposited into a new fund called the Investment Fund for Capital
Improvement. City Council and the public at that time were united in their resolve that this
money not be spent but, rather, be leveraged in ways to improve the City's quality of life. As a
result, a policy was established whereby the principal and 25% of the annual interest earned in
the Fund cannot be spent. The remaining 75% of interest is transferred annually into the
General Fund to support services and capital needs.
In 2002, Council passed an Ordinance requiring that Council cannot change that policy by
emergency vote or without reading an Ordinance three separate times. Any change to that
policy would require the interest earnings of this Fund to be distributed based on an Ordinance
adopted by Troy City Council upon creation of the Fund.
By January 1, 2016, the principal balance in the Fund had grown to $33,180,085. While that
amount is counted as part of "how much money Troy has in the bank", the funds are not
available to be "spent". For 2016, $322,500- representing 75% of the estimated interest to be
earned in this Fund in 2016 -will be transferred to the General Fund. It is noted that this
amount is considerably less than in prior years, but is reflective of the extremely low rate of
interest being earned.
2) Enterprise Funds (i.e. Water, Sewer, Cemetery, Street, etc.) are similar to private business
operations in that they have specific revenue sources, namely charges to customers for
services rendered which, as a result, can only be used for the operation of those Enterprise
Funds.
The City, like most other municipal budgets, includes a category of "transfers" within many of its funds.
GAAP allows, in specific circumstances, funds to be moved from one fund to another to meet expenditure
obligations in order that all funds remain balanced. In some cases, transfers are subsidies of one City fund
by another City fund. This is how the City meets the requirement that all funds have a positive balance at
year end. As an example, the General Fund must transfer $600,000 in 2016 to balance the Street Fund. It
should be noted that while transfers can be made to Enterprise Funds, Enterprise Funds are statutorily
prohibited from transferring money to other funds.
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2016 City of Troy Budget

When added to the total budget (as required by GAAP), transfer amounts inflate the totals. With transfers,
the City's total expenditure budget becomes $78,891 ,570. This inflated expenditure amount is because
transfer amounts are "counted" twice. An expenditure for the fund that provides the "transfer" monies is
also reflected as an expenditure for the budget fund that "spends" the monies.
A rather alarming trend that has developed over the past several years and is projected to worsen over the
next few years is the fact that in several key City funds, including the General Fund, required expenditures
that are greater than projected revenues . This creates what's known as deficit spending, forcing the City to
use fund balances to make sure that all funds end 2016 with a positive balance. In 2015, 77% of the
budget was expended; however, much of this low figure can be attributed to bond proceeds that will be
expended in 2016. While the City has taken several steps to adjust revenue sources, staffing levels, and
service budgets, this will need to be continually monitored in the future along with how the City continues to
address services to the community.
On the following pages are narratives to further explain the funds or City operations.

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2016 City of Troy Budget

1st rd
CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No.

o-42-2015

ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING FUNDS NECESSARY FOR THE


VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO, FOR THE YEAR 2016

BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, at least two-thirds of the
members duly elected thereto concurring as follows:
SECTION I. That from and out of the monies and balances known to be in the funds of the
City of Troy, Ohio, which funds are listed in the sections below, and from all the monies anticipated to come
into such funds during the year 2016, there is appropriated funds to fulfill the objects and purposes for which
the City of Troy, Ohio must provide, the sums set forth in Section II through Section XLI .
FUND
SECTION II.
GENERAL FUND

TOTAL

TRANSFER

$ 18,524,497

$6,581,500

SECTION Ill.
STREET DEPARTMENT FUND

$ 1,529,098

$ None

SECTION IV.
STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND

94,480

$ None

SECTIONV.
INCOME TAX DEPARTMENT FUND

$ 1,190,830

$13,550,000

I:

SECTION VI.
CEMETERY FUND

363,702

$ None

SECTION VII .
SAFETY-INCOME TAX FUND

None

$ 2,500,000

SECTION VIII.
MUNICIPAL REAL PROPERTY FUND

64,435

$ None

SECTION IX.
MIAMI CONSERVANCY DISTRICT FUND

80,600

$ None

SECTION X.
RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FUND

147,639

$ None

SECTION XI.
PARK & RECREATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

55,070

$ None

SECTION XII.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND

390,494

$ None

SECTION XIII.
PARKING & DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND

145,430

$ None

SECTION XIV.
DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND

19,250

$ None

SECTION XV.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND

11 ,000

$ None

SECTION XVI.
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND $

351,500

$ None

SECTION XVII.
BOND RETIREMENT FUND

$ 2,813,091

$ None

SECTION XVII I.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

$ 9,268,500

$ None

SECTION XIX.
OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION FUND

605,000

$None

TIF 2003 FUND

147,600

$ None

SECTION XXI.
TECHNOLOGY FUND

205,000

$ None

SECTION XXII.
STOUDER EQUIPMENT & PLAYGROUND FUND

2,130

$ None

SECTION XXIII.
THE PAUL G. DUKE TRUST FUND

None

$ None

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SECTION XX.

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SECTION XXIV.
CEMETERY TRUST FUND

6,400

$ None

SECTION XXV.
CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND

29,550

$ None

SECTION XXVI.
UNCLAIMED FUNDS FUND

None

SECTION XXVII .
TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND

None

$ None

SECTION XXVIII.
HOBART ARENA FUND

$ 1,559,225

$ None

SECTION XXIX.
MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FUND

$ None

SECTION XXX.
STORMWATER UTILITY FUND

$ 1,378,453

$ None

SECTION XXXI.
WATER DEPARTMENT FUND

$ 9,466,004

$ None

SECTION XXXII.
SEWERAGE SYSTEM FUND

$ 6,326,424

$ None

SECTION XXXIII.
PARKING METER FUND

71 ,228

$ None

SECTION XXXIV.
MIAMI SHORES GOLF CLUB FUND

817,430

$ None

SECTION XXXV.
IMPREST CASH FUND

1,000

$ None

SECTION XXXVI.
INVESTMENT FUND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

None

$ 322,500

SECTION XXXVII.
BOARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS FUND

None

$ None

SECTION XXXVIII.
ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND

8,500

$ None

SECTION XXXIX.
FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW FUND

None

$ None

FEMAFUND

None

$ None

SECTION XLI.
EQUITABLE SHARING FUNo

None

$ None

263,010

432

SECTION XL.

SECTION XLII. That the Auditor of the City of Troy, Ohio, is authorized and directed to
draw and issue his warrants upon the Treasurer of the City of Troy, Ohio, for payment of any of the
appropriations set forth in Section II through Section XLI upon receiving proper certification and vouchers
therefor approved by the officials or boards of the City of Troy, Ohio, authorized by law to approve the same,
or upon passage of an Ordinance or Resolution of this Council to make such expenditures; provided,
however, that no warrant may be drawn, issued or paid for salaries or wages except for persons employed
of, and in accordance with, laws and ordinances .
SECTION XLIII.

That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by law.

Adopted:

December 7. 2015

Approved:

December 7, 2015

Attest:

Martha A. Baker
President of Council

Michael L. Beamish
Mayor

Sue G. Knight
Clerk of Council

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City of Troy
2016 Total Budget Recap
December 31, 2015
Beginning
Balance

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101 GENERAL FUND


SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
202 STREET FUND
203 STATE HIGHWAY FUND
204 INCOME TAX FUND
20S CEMETERY FUND
207 SAFETY- INCOME TAX FUND
218 MUNICIPAL REAL PROPERTY FUND
219 MIAMI CONSERVANCY DIST. FUND
225 RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FUND
228 PARK & REC. CAP. IMP. FUND
230 COMMUNITY DEV. BLOCK GRT. FUND
231 PARKING & DOWNTOWN IMP. FUND
235 DRUG lAW ENFORCEMENT FUND
236 lAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND
24S SM BUSINESS DEV R-LOAN FD
SUBTOTAL
332 BOND RETIREMENT FUND
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUNDS
441 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
442 OH PUBLIC WORKS COMM (OPWC)
444 TIF 2003 FUND
447 TECHNOLOGY FUND
SUBTOTAL
TRUST FUNDS
623 STOUDER PLYGR. EQUIP FUND
630 THE PAUL G. DUKE TRUST FUND
671 CEMETERY TRUST FUND
672 CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND
673 UNClAIMED FUNDS
674 TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND
SUBTOTAL
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
707 HOBART ARENA FUND
708 MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FUND
709 STORMWATER UTILITY FUND
710 WATER FUND
711 SANITARY SEWER FUND
712 PARKING METER FUND
713 MIAMI SHORES FUND
SUBTOTAL
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
820 IMP REST CASH FUND
842 INV. FUND FOR CAP. IMP. FUND
SUBTOTAL
91S BD OF BLDG STANDARD FUND
916 ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND
917 FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW FUND
918 FEMA FUND
919 EQUITABLE SHARING FUND
SUBTOTAL
GRAND TOTAL

Revenues

Revenue

Total

Total

Transfers

Revenue

Resources

10,198,S26.62

6,829,463.00

16,372,932.00

1,213,531.52
133,917.36
9,826,562.78
295,932.59
832,107.89
226,178.07
35,815.59
267,158.78
101,131.45
234,806.09
248,516.29
25,S06.94
23,361.64
198,426.07
13,662,953.06
385,439.62

975,000.00
78,000.00
13,769,000.00
151,500.00
2,300,000.00
1,750.00
49,042.00
131,550.00
3,050.00
188,000.00
. -15,000.00

600,000.00
0

7,583,491.17
265,466.27
354,639.05
181,641.63
8,385,238.12

725,000.00
200,000.00
110,000.00
1,035,000.00

13,964.10
111,841.14
292,470.26
963,932.33
4,452.93
1,105.23
1,387,765.99

Total

Expense

Balance

Transfers

Expenses

18,524,497 .oo

23,202,395.00

33,400,921.62

0
0
0
0
81,500.00
881,500.00
3,000,000.00

1,575,000.00
78,000.00
13,769,000.00
351,500.00
2,300,000.00
1,750.00
49,042.00
131,550.00
3,050.00
188,000.00
15,000.00
0
2,000.00
191,700.00
18,655,592.00
3,000,000.00

2,788,531.52
211,917.36
23,595,562.78
647,432.59
3,132,107.89
227,928.07
84,857.59
398,708.78
104,181.45
422,806.09
263,516.29
25,506.94
25,:!.61.64
390,126.07
32,318,545.06
3,385,439.62

1,529,098.00
94,480.00
1,190,830.00
363,702.00
0
64,435.00
80,600.00
147,639.00
55,070.00
390,494.00
145,430.00
19,250.00
11,000.00
351,500.00
4,443,528.00
2,813,091.00

1,259,433.52
117,437.36
22,404,732.78
283,730.59
3,132,107.89
163,493.07
4,257.59
251,069.78
49,111.45
32,312.09
118,086.29
6,256.94
14,361.64
38,626.07
27,875,017.06
572,348.62

1,025,000.00
900,000.00
0
0
1,925,000.00

1,750,000.00
900,000.00
200,000.00
110,000.00
2,960,000.00

9,333,491.17
1,165,466.27
554,639.05
291,641.63
11,345,238.12

9,268,500.00
605,000.00
147,600.00
205,000.00
10,226,100.00

64,991.17
560,466.27
407,039.05
86,641.63
1,119,138.12

90
0
1,500.00
30,000.00
500
5
32,095.00

90
0
1,500.00
30,000.00
500
5
32,095.00

14,054.10
111,841.14
293,970.26
993,932.33
4,952.93
1,110.23
1,419,860.99

2,130.00
0
6,400.00
29,550.00
0
38,080.00

11,924.10
111,841.14
287,570.26
964,382.33
4,952.93
1,110.23
1,381,780.99

1,031,427.91
102,347.10
1,528,284.90
6,852,228.43
4,541,715.45
70,730.67
91,614.26
14,218,348.72

998,400.00
226,550.00
1,270,000.00
7,908,000.00
5,549,000.00
20,300.00
639,280.00
16,611,530.00

500,000.00

0
0
0
25,000.00
250,000.00
775,000.00

1,498,400.00
226,550.00
1,270,000.00
7,908,000.00
5,549,000.00
45,300.00
889,280.00
17,386,530.00

2,529,827.91
328,897.10
2,798,284.90
14,760,228.43
10,090,715.45
116,030.67
980,894.26
31,604,878.72

1,559,225.00
263,010.00
1,378,453.00
9,466,004.00
6,326,424.00
71,228.00
817,430.00
19,881,774.00

970,602.91
65,887.10
1,419,831.90
5,294,224.43
3, 764,291.45
44,802.67
163,464.26
11,723,104.72

3,000.00
33,180,085.09
33,1B3,085.09
0
1,764.85
8,000.00
0
36,323.68
46,088.5:!.
81,467,445.75

0
440,000.00
440,000.00
0
7,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
440,000.00
440,000.00
0
7,000.00

3,000.00
33,620,085.09
33,623,085.09
0
8,764.85
8,000.00
0
36,323.68
53,088.53
147,151,057.75

1,000.00

2,000.00
33,620,085.09
33,622,085.09
0
264.85
8,000.00
0
36,323.68
44,588.53
91,214,487.75

0
2,000.00
110,200.00
17,774,092.00
0

200,000.00
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
22,954,432.00

7,000.00
42,729,180.00

7,000.00
65,683,612.00

14,876,424.62

1,000.00
0
8,500.00
0
0
0
8,500.00
55,936,570.00

Unenc
Balance
6,581,500.00
59,964,563.13
0

0
13,550,000.00
0
2,500,000.00
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

16,050,000.00
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

432.00
0
1,000.00
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

322,500.00
322,500.00

1,259,433.52
117,437.36
8,854,732.78
283,730.59
632,107.89
163,493.07
4,257.59
251,069.78
49,111.45
32,312.09
118,086.29
6,256.94
14,361.64
38,626.07
11,825,017.06
572,348.62
64,991.17
560,466.27
407,039.05
86,641.63
1,119,138.12
11,924.10
111,841.14
287,570.26
964,382.33
4,520.93
1,110.23
1,380, 780.99
970,602.91
65,887.10
1,419,831.90
5,294,224.43
3,764,291.45
44,802.67
163,464.26
11,723,104.72
2,000.00
33,297,585.09
33,299,585.09

0
0

264.85
8,000.00
0
36,323.68
44,588.53
68.258.919.75

0
0
0

22,954,4:!.2.00

CITY OF TROY BUDGET-ESTIMATED


Figures pulled from BPREP report EXP-Compare
rEipresen(budget yearapprop(w/o carryovers) -

Figur~ue~~ude Flu~:;:~;;;e~;ounts

-~

. .

p Personal s6rvice,;_l6th<>r EXpE>ns9s


I

101.101 ~Generalov't
1.!
101.102 !City Council
I
101.103 - 1Mayor - - ;
101.104
~ Auditor
-. .
..
1_()1.1 05 .1"!easurer_
101.106 'Law Director
.- iceDire_Ctar
101.-1Q! __ jse.--rv
101.108 !Engineering
--- !
101.1Q9 _:civil Service1Q1 .113 . f=>ersonn_~l
_
.114 -r
!Human Relatinn!';
---101
--. -101.118 -MIS
101.125 ___ City B~~utif: ation
1_()1.216 - fire Dept
101.217 . ~oljce Dept
101.440 P<:!rkDept
101.441
Recreation
------- 101.445 ----4-Lincoln
Com
nunJ~y C~nt~r_ _ _
--- - -- -101 . ~~4: _ . Plan11i119 C nmission
101.555 Electrical
101 .55.6 -- tAdmistrativ 3oard
101.558 _ 12_~\f~OPf'!l_~ Dep_!__
101.559
Architectura
:::>_esig_n Board
------ ------ -101.635_ .Refus~ Dep

jl

2016

-~ !
97,420 :
40,967
276,0651
-- - ;
___,_834 :
145,677 I
430.!939_!
584,461 f
_4,61(.
_1 71,?95

1)i7,_o1~- ~-3,370
13,250
94,725----

_ - --~50

234,730

2-6,3o-.~o ,

169,350
1),80_Q_ __
35,210 ;

---

Page 10

-Operatin9

~9,200

4 ,'_]_,]__72
5,1 9,65_~ ;
6,479 i
-35
8,277_ !
- -

647,0~_1

5 2,414

7..1_~00 ~
-

. 480
--

30 9~471 i
2~~79 .
---

.
516,~_~ ; __
359,325
'
-76,0~_Q__,_-

24,200
11,875
139,3oo :_ _j,3Q_Q___
. 1~'L_350
.

- i

------1---

1/3o/2o16

75,Q_QO _ _ _ 16~.!_614
-
- --- - 7'1_,600

855,804
.
.
434,341__,__
24,200
12.-355 .
448,771 I
-- 1 .~00 .
4_()2,229
I

----

87_,~0

_5,4~2_,073

155,000___
131,000
'
r- -

5,_Z_Q1,5_~~

,_

986,804
- --

- --

!!~4.~

24,200
12,355
20,000-- t- --- -468,771
- -.-----~--- ___ 1_, 3QQ
_402,229
--r----- -

---

2 6.~ool---_~1 ,8?0 ~-

-~1-,138,_450 :__ _ __

_ t =---.1 :1}~.{~o

l
- --

---

Subtotal General Fund :

_Total

5,54~,5~~ -

'

- - - - f ---

_ 1}0S,Q_1.8
3,000
103,790
.. --- ,..
. 54~217 - +~------ -- - 370,790
.. - .......
.
___ 5,~84
380,407
~
. - -. - - ~. 5Z_,2~~
753,811
--~--== _} 6.419
. __ ___ _20~,505

5,374,863 .
_

-28~000 ___ _

1,27?,618
100,790
-5i(217
370,796-
- - .
_ _3~84 .
380,407
457,_239
753,811 1
_--1-,410
206.!_@5
9_1_&1_4

71 ,600

- i

Budget_~ i::apit0f 8ud99i

--===--=--=~

:=-

.I

13,189,298 '

4,835,989

Page 1

18,025,287

499,210

---

--

18,524,497

Cul t ice/ Budget Rep o r ts.x lsx 2016 Est

CITY OF TROY BUDGET-ESTIMATED


Figures pulled from BPREP report EXP-Compare
represent budget yearapproP{w!o carryovers f

~igu~~ue~~ud:u~:;:~:~;~ounts

__
--

---

202
203
-

20~-205....
207
218

--~. Street D~pt.

___
i State Highway
~~_lncomeTe1x_
Cemetery -- --+-- --+Safety Income Tax
Munc. Real Property
-

--t

--

-- -

L I

! __._Person-al
~

VI.
'

----

:
~

--

2016

'

se~ices ~Qt_tler_Exr>~rises

---- ----

_ _-~ - -- _ __

Oper~~jng_f?u(!_gei_: Capit~l_uj_9ei

_:

704,523 ~.
53,380
,
-- r

769.5.7L
41,100
-- - -

- -

~31,15Q .
173,419
.
- - -----

339,58_Q__:_
188,583
-

-~ ~otal

'

1,47.~098-:

. -- -=-~1 ,5?_~.098-

55,009

94,480
-

------

:!J7Q_J~O
362,002
--- - - --

94,480--

-----t--- - - -

--- -

1_0,1_90 _ ---- ~.1~0,830 _


1,700 - ---- - - - --363,702
----

---+i_ _ _ _
.

--

64,435

64,435- - - - - --

64,435
80,600
147,639
55,070
390,494

Page 11

-=.
_!

231- - Parking/Downtown lmprov

85,0-00 ~--- -14S-, 430-

60,430 , - - - -60,-430 .

-23s
Dru_g La~~nf~~emeil(==f
--
--2.~sq :
2,2so
236
La~,AJ Enfo!cen1ent ____ _ __ ___;__
_1__1_,000
_ 11 ,000
2j5 _! Sm ~usin~~~ Dev R _Lo_an_Fd
~51 ,50Q___
_ 351,500
__ 332 __ _~~ond __l3etir~_!llen!_fun_Q___ ~- - - ___ _j_ __ 2,813,091 _L
_ _ ___6_813,09 ~
_ __44
..1 _ ! <;;_?pita I J'Il.pro.Y_
ement .
~ll_expens~ relatedt.o this fund shou.ld _be con_side.red capital budget .
.
__ 442 _ _Ohi<? _pub I!_~_ W<?rks <;;omm
. All expense related to this fu12_d shoul~ be considered capit~_!_!>_udget _
I_
444 -- -- 1iT---IF
2003---- Fund
. All expense
related - to--- --this fund
should
be considered
capital budget
,
-- ---- - - -
--- --- - - -447_ _ __,'Technology
Fund
All
expense
related
to
this
fund
should
be
considered
capital
budget
I
_____
-- -- ----.,.... - ----------------,- - - -- --- -- - - . - --
I

- --

-H-

-- -

---

- -
- i

t/3o/Zo t6

6,400 l

_
2~.~_
5o

___j l}n~19Jme_9__funds_ _

67 4
Tri-Centennial Fund
7oi -- : j::fobartAre-n a - - ---

130

=- ~_rx __: c~~eie~_~nd<?wm_


en__t
6?~

623--- - - r;:
.Stouder
- Trust
- -- - -- -- 630
Paul G. Duke Trust
671 - ! Cemetery Trust -_

-l

479,6os i

1~.goo

j_ ____ _ 11_,00Q
~- ----+-

2,81~.0_91

__

- -

- 2,000

--I

- - --

---

2,130

6,400 --------~---- e:400

2~__!?sQ --

__- _ __ _ _ __
1,o11,52a l
{491,125 - - --

Page 2

}51_,50Q

9 ,268_,?_.00_ _ _ _ _ -~ .~~ ,5.QQ


60~,0QQ -- - - _6p5..!0_0Q_
147,600
147,600
---205,000
205,000
--- t- -- - - - --- - - --

130
- -

- --~ - ! 9~ ??0

::=:---

68,1oo

-29__! 55o

-~-

- - ---

1,559,225

Cul tice/ Budget R eports.xlsx :2ot6 Est

CITY OF TROY BUDGET-ESTIMATED

2016
Figures pulled from BPREP report EXP-Compare
represent budget yea-r approp-(w/o carryovers)- - -- - +-+--- - - -- - -+--- - - - - - - -+- - - - - -- -+-- - - -- - ----1-- - ----

Figures exclude Fund Transfer Amounts

__

Fund___ ] Departm~r-,t

_ 708 ---~ Munic!~al S~i~_ming Pool


__ 709 _ ; tormw~ter Ut1hty

__

~94,528

i
I :

-- ~ I

--

?_11.670 __ _Sewe~__/\df!li1~
711.671
iSewerBiii&Coll.
. . - . - - - --- 711.6~:?_ _j Se1Afe~Piant
711.673 Sewer Maint.

274,766
111,168
1
- - - +

Page 12

I i

-~---=--su~to_fcil SeiJI.I~r FLm_d f :-.


- -

. -- -- -

__}12 - -~Elrking __~eter_


713 __ __Miam_L~hores
820
lmprest Cash

_______

_ __ ,

--- --

'

-+---!1

=-~{{=1-~~:~~~~:Jc~:d!c~p-~ lmpro~

--

---- ---

80~,776 )

-----+;

274,76_6
_1.:1J,1hl
820,30? :
_4p8,84? 1
1_,615,083

~- - --

- - -

-~- - -

__ _ _ _ _ _ __

-- -

917_ ; Fir~_ IQ~uran~~ Esc~ow_ Fd _

_ _

. __

1,655~783 ~~-

100..!.9 99 1
1,021,185
498,550

1.41.'!92 __
_1}97,392

~.001,751

4,61_6,8~4__ ___

- ---

-- --

__
1 ,_274~6_
42 ;
100,999
;
--

1,51:~,408

193,875
?.86-1, 126
I

7,21Q_

~65,975

- :

_1

-~:~~~ -~

..

--

--

--- ---1

Jotal -

- - --

+--+-

=~ ~.~~ .____TRANSFEj t
!

/3o/Zo16

18,375,264

~o j

22,955;oo.o:OQJ.
'

+ - ~:~-~~
-

t- -

19,1QJ,656__
34% -

_
______ _
71_,228
_45__.325 - - - 8_17,430

II:
,

- -------+

--

__ 1 ._~49~408
219,692
- --- ----_ },554_,636_
1,002,688
- 6,326,424

__ __

-- ~- -- - -

--

--= ==:1.655,7~3

- - - --

772,~05 .

i:~~6 :

~~378,45~ -

--- -- - --

212,167
---- - ----

:?63,0J 0

- - -_
__ 7,525 _____ ~19,692
171,.?_15 -- 2,Q12,797
4,670,430 __ __
!),77,822
4,849, 170 ;____
9,466,004

zt228

__ _Totll __ _

7,525
-- - - - -2,0~7,36 .
1,45_?,2~9- ___
347,258 ;
655,430
4,206)1_~--- --- 2, 120,20~ ~- - -

1,2~_1 ,610

,__

64,01_8
306,130

~12,1_Z____

--

- J __ __ __ _

_ _ __

263_,01 0
_ ,-- - 9~0.]13_ _ _ __ _397_,_!_40 ,.-----

_1,381,01~

__

_ _~

153,383
1:345,093
--

!_41 ,8~Q !
286, 18_~ --

710.6E)~ ___! Wa:~_r_ Piant


710.663 ~'!j_ater Distribllti()_11 ___ __ _ ___ _ !
_ _ _ __ _
__ __Sub~tal V'{_at~r Fund - I

1- - -

_ __ ,

-~1, 180 !

___J__

710.~6_1 ['{'{ater~_i!I&Coll.

~ Personal Seryic~s :~!her Expens~s--;- Operating B!.!9.!1et -:-Capi!_~! Budget __ --'--

_)vat~_r__Adm!ns.-

710.660

_ _ ___

--

r----- -- - - --

37_,_482,9?Q_ __ _ 18,4-53,50 6]~- l3%;-

-:

--

- 55,.!36,~_?0 _
- -- - 1QO%_

-~78,89{5~

TOTAL WITH TRANSFERS

'

Page 3

Cultic."/ Budget Repo .rs.xlsx Zo16 Est

CITY OF TROY BUDGET

2015
Figures pulled from BPREP report EXP-Compare_ __ _ -+- +-- - -represent budget year a-pprop (wio .carryovers)
__
L _
Figures exclude Fund Transfer Amounts

__ _Fund_~ Qepartment

___ 101.1.91 --\-<?ene~IGo_\'J

+-+

101.118-) AJ_- - --- ~


101.125 !City Beautification

!
;

Page 13

]~]:~~!- ~~~~~%~~~~~7~~;enter
101.555 - i Eiectrical--- -r - ------ ------ -- ---- -101.556 Admistrative Board

-r-+
1

1/3o/2o16

12,-576,997

.~~:~~~

__ ~--- ____ ~~~~~j


-r ----- -

322,240 __ _______ -;-- - - - 322)40


-- 5}~92____
5:B92

-- ~= ~=-~ _348,203

348,2Q_3 _
461,839
738,563 .

26~1-1_~ -=--- --

---+-

...~,646 ___

~;:~~~

---

840,946

4,266,308

Page 4

--

----

----

- - - --

-- -

-- ---

- --- ---

- - -- -

--

---- - -

-- -

800
-

--

i- --

1,058,354

--

439,257

-- - - -

---- --- - -

1,041,020

~~:6~~

- - 412,942

32,363 _. _____ _ _

- --- --~ - --

16,843,304

--\-

1,057,554
- - - ---

- - -----

5,~18,735
841,971

2;83~-~--==~ ~~ ~-,8~9

- - - - - --

-- - --

109_,902 _ _ _

- -.
40_,8~1_ -

~59,26_1 ~
--

72,479

41~,066 ~
412,942

- -----

_Ll_3,3~~ ~-=- 5,YQ)-,155

- - -

5,_?_1~,7~~ ;__
841,971 ,

~~}~~

==~

461,839
744,3S4
- 26,116
138,519

1_ ;~19 =:~-=== 91,?65

72,479

107,083T

r- --

- --- -

46~..!29_?
342,506 ,
54,893 :

- -- --

5,791

138,519

565,9~---~06_5,8_17 -

Subtotal General Fu-nd 1 ....,.,-

1,_041.4I f:-_- ___ _ 20.969 . ___ 1,295,388

36,615
72,479 '

: - i-

216,6_08-+'-

'

-Ope~ti~gBu~get _~_ Ca_~ltal Budg~t-=+--~-=- Total

--- -

305,859 .
- - - -- 1
-

24f,63~
'- ---

- -- _

'

3,022

47~

~~~~~;~
-~~~vh~!~-~~~~t!~~n-Board- -R
----- ---- - -- --- ----- --- -- ----r--- - -- ---r----

-21.~1?

.1= =-=-=-----

- ---+- _ __

29,832 .
169,634

- .
4!499,866
4,75Q,438 i
499,465 .
35B,16i

_ _

2~6,Q~L

80,993 1
- SO-

53,o~Il

. ~olice D(3pt
Park Dept

_~:;~~ :

1?2,169 :
432,007
-568,929 :
__4:~99
135,497
- - ----=-r

__

--T----

1,041,335

_ 101.216 ~fFire_gept -~ -

241246 ;

'

- 10 1.635 __\ Refu_se D~~t

- --

;~:~~~ -

l f
-

~lRecr<3~tion __ _

-~-; 5,842 '

, _101.1Q_6 - Lav,,-Director
Service Director
Engineering
101.109 __(;ivii- se~ice
101 .113 Personnel
1o1.114 --1 Human Re-lations

101.2!_7
101.440
1Q1.441

_ 84

101.104 - -~ Auditor
- -101.105- - iTreasure_r__

~~- P~rsc:m~ervi<?es+ O!her Exp13nses-

--

~ ~~ : }6; _
i~i~:ro~~cil

- - - - - + --

17,884,324

C ul tice/ Budget Repor ts.xlsx 2015 Actual

CITY OF TROY BUDGET

2015
Figu~~~~l_ed from BPRE~ report EXP-Co~p_a_
re_ _ _ _ +-+---represent budget year approp (w/o carryovers)
__
Figures exclude Fund Transfer Amounts
.

\ De~artme11t

Fund_

r
I

- - --

- ---- -

--+

__ ______ _, __

: Other

~_J___ __

Ex_eense~_Tope~ati!la_Bu_<!get -: f~apital_Budgit --+ -

-- - -- --

Recre8tionalf0r0gra~

225 __
__
228 _ _: ~ark& _f3_~gCap1taUmpi"Q'{___
230
iComm. Dev. Block Grant
Page 14

-~ :~

--

- --

----- -

57,893
76,102
----

6,796__

121,928

-----

6~~358 ____ _
347,504______

1_f}~_!~44
-

83,55f ~--- - 1,417:861

85,752.----~- - --

_349,789-

- -

T-

1,334,311

- --- .

~~8,569 :
18~ 160

.. .

642,138
32,334

- 53,419

-- --

57,893
--- - - - -76,102
--- -

- --

--

----r

--

260,250

~=~-- 128,724
1~

260,250

_._----- _-_ ~

- ~:=_:_ :_

- - ---

57,893
---76,102

---+---- --- ---

1~ --

260,250

---

- -- - - + - - - - ----

_ 128,724

__:!1 __

---

J,419 -~ -- _____ fl89,777


-~,494 __ _______350,998

---- - 85,752

--~-- ---

1
1

- - T ofal

'

-692,173

204 _ _ _[ lnC()f!l~ Tax_


____
205 __ :c_~!:lletery __ ~ Income
Tax
207 _ ___,_Safety
____
------------ 218
~ Munc. Real Property
219 _ __._IMiami
Conservancy
--_ ___
--- -- - ----- --

-- -

}'er~on~l ser-Vices

i
-

~t-~

202
Street Dept
203 ---;-State Highway
--- -

- - - - - , - - -- - - - - - - - +--- - -- - -- -+- -

231 __ _ParkiQ_g~Downto\IVn 1!:11Pf9V


32
32 ---~-- 19,7_!30 - - - -- 19,792
235 _ -~~-l!9 La\IV~~11forc~_ment_ _
_-__
_ -.
-~-:: __ ,74~- -- -- ~ __ 6,748
_ 236 -~ j L~IJV-~nforc~ment ___
~--+_2,549 _
_6~49
8,1_47 , ___ _ _ 10,696
ISm Business Dev R Loan Fd
.
11 ,223 :
11 ,223

11 ,223
245
-
I
-83-5 ,269 '
835 ~269
835,269
- 332-- - Bond -RetirementFund-~ Capitallm_~qve~~~
nt _
All e~~ense__r~lated to~thls fu~d sh_ould ~~considered capital_budg~t
;
-3,994:,~40 -~- _--=---=- ~~994,3_~40
- 441
442 _ Q~~O Public _Works ~omm
. AU~xpens~ related to _this fund should be co_nsidered CC!_pital budQet
----L361,728 . ____ }61 ,7?8
All expense related to this fund should be considered capital budget
I
156,940
156,940
444
TIF 2003 Fund
447 __ ; Technglogy_~nd
+-r~ll exp_~!elate~ this ~sh()_~~e co_n~ered ~ital ~~_et _
92,9_96 ---- ____ 92,906

-=
-

--- ~~~
-

- -L-

----

- --

_j _
_

~ ~:ou~~~J~~~t_T~st

671 - - 1' Cemetery


Trust
--- ---672 _ _Ceme~_ry Endo~me.!!!__ _
I Unclaimed Funds
673
674_:= :rrf fenten_!!laJ ~~~.
707
i Hobart Arena

/3o/Zo16

- -

- --

--

-- -

--

--

- -

'

~-

3,137
--22,939

3,137
--22,939

-~ --- -

--- -

- --

-1,99~-=~=---=- 1~997

2 _ _ _ _ __

- --- ---

--

______;___ _ _ _ __
-

440,300

957,522

Page 5

1 ,397,822

-----

3,510

--

1,401,332

Cultice/ Budget R e ports.xls" 2015 Actual

CITY OF TROY BUDGET

2015
Fi(l~res_p~~~d from BPR~~eport EXP-Compare_ _ _ _ +-+-- - - - - - ----+
represent budget year approp (w/o carryovers)
Figures exclude Fund Transfer Amounts
-1

_Fund

Dep9rtment

--

~- ;~~ :~~~;~~~~e~8~~~ng_ PoQ1_


710.660

\water Admins.

;~ ~ ::~ -~~:::;-g:~}coll~
_11 o.663

Page 15

711.672
711.673

~~ewer Pj~mt

.
3

!~~::~~

~ -~
:
I
1

[SewerMaint.
SL&>tot<&_Se~rF~~ l

272,832

_ ~1~::;j :

~~~--- ~ ~~:~w~:f~

~~:~~~~-- --~~~~:~
1,420,000

~;f~~;

1,825,605

1.~~N~F-=- :=_ 49,:~; =:.= :_=_~ i .!!i::

:=-=

-1-

45,419 !

33~281+

9:294~

_4:~8.1~3

:-~-

-18,298,Q43::
46%
-----

--+---!

_1~:~~~
36%
:
- --!-I

16,933,360.30 ;

Page 6

176,128

2.~50,682
420,983
___ 4,401,820

-t- ---

1~~j~~ -:

6,500
11,734

-+---

~-

14.154J1~_: _ _ 3J_.45~~6Q_~~---- -~._95~}46 ~=-

TRANSERSIT=

54,713 - -

1.~54,027

54,713
- -- -- -- 7~~.414_~- - - - 69,392------- 865,807

____ __ !fetal

/3o/2o16

236_,219
- -- 1,129,752

132,774

- - ----+

1,692,831

. --

5,855 341,618 -

2 .:~~:~~L__ 4,~6i~~~ = ~~~::~:-~ ~~ :J~~;~~~

- - 842 - TinvestmentFund/Cap. lmprov J__j_ _____ _

==-=i--=

-=-=

Total

268,34Q
1,279,83_L
1,548,175
5,~52 _
106,066
69,116
175,181 [
946
73_0-,948_
1.45~_.319_ _
2.1_84,2~8 - - - -- 66,4_15
157,853 :
95,316
253,169
167,814
+ - - - -1.?63,20_Z__._ _ _ ~972 ~~6 __ _ 4_~60,7'~3 - --24_:1_,027
1

--__---__J.
. ~~;-- ;~~ef~~~~~:~s_cr:WFd 1+
712 - i Parking-Meter

- - - - - - -

-J= Personal Services _-Q_ther~?Spens~s-=-Q_~E}rafu!g ~~dgef~ CPita1_!3udg~t

raterD;Stl~~:~~alll/aiefFlJTl-,t= i.:~~~!}}t-

7~ _1.670 __] SeiJ\I~r Ad~!ns. _


711.671 SewerBiii&Coll.

- ~ --

==- _-

82% - -- - - 18% :

--

- --- -

--

=-3~.41},5o~

- -

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TOTAL WITH TRANSFERS

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Fund Index
101

General Fund
101 General Government
102 City Council
103 Mayor
104 Auditor
105 Treasurer
106 Law Director
107 Service Director
108 Engineering
109 Civil Service
112 Planning
113 Human Resources
114 Human Relations Commission
115 MIS
125 City Beautification Committee
216 Fire
217 Police
440 Park
441 Recreation Department
445 Lincoln Community Center
551 Plumbing Board
552 Electrical Board
553 Heating Board
554 Planning Commission
555 Electrical
556 Administrative Board/BZA
558 Development
559 BAR
635 Refuse Collection
675 Storm Sewer

202

Street Fund

203

State Highway Fund

204

Income Tax Fund

205

Cemetery fund

207

Safety-Income Tax Fund

218

MRP Fund

219

Miami Conservancy District Fund

225

Recreational Program Fund

228

Park & Recreation Cap. Imp. Fund

230

Community Dev. Block Grant Fund

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231

Parking & Downtown Imp. Fund

235

Drug Law Enforcement Fund

236

Law Enforcement Trust Fund

245

Small Business Dev. Rev. Loan Fund

332

Bond Retirement Fund

441

Capital Improvement Fund

442

Ohio Public Works Commission Fund

444

TIF 2003 Fund

447

Technology Fund

623

Stouder Playground Fund

630

Paul G. Duke Trust Fund

671

Cemetery Trust Fund

672

Cemetery Endowment Fund

673

Unclaimed Funds Fund

674

Tri -Centennial Fund

707

Hobart Arena Fund

708

Municipal Swimming Pool Fund

709

Storm Management Utility Fund

710

Water Fund

711

Sewer Fund

712

Parking Meter Fund

713

Miami Shores Golf Fund

727

Stadium Fund

820

Imprest Cash Fund

842

Investment Fund for Cap . Imp. Fund

915

Board of Building Standards Fund

916

Enterprise Zone Fund

917

Fire Insurance Escrow Fund

918

FEMA Fund

919

Equitable Sharing Fund

GENERAL FUND (Fund 101)


This fund is the chief operating fund of the City of Troy. It is the fund with the least restrictions on the use
of the revenue for expenditures.
Revenues
The General Fund includes all general revenue sources (property taxes, licenses, permits, and
fines) not required to be accounted for in another fund . The General Fund historically received
revenues from the "Local Government Funds" (LGF), which are tax dollars the State of Ohio had
committed to share with other governmental agencies based on specific formulas. Commencing in
2011, the State of Ohio reneged on this commitment and is retaining a considerably larger portion
of the LGF to help balance its budget -- resulting in an annual decrease of approximately $400,000
to the City of Troy in this revenue source. (2016 est. revenue does not show a decrease over
2015). The historical information regarding the Local Government Funds is discussed below:
o

Local Government Fund: Created along with the statewide sales tax in 1935, the
size of the LGF was traditionally based on a 4.2% share each of sales and use
taxes, personal income taxes, corporate franchise taxes, and public utility excise
taxes. The fund also receives 2.646% of the kilowatt-hour tax created with electric
utility restructuring. Distribution amounts to local entities varied under a complex
formula that is heavily influenced by the value of property located in municipalities.

Local Government Revenue Assistance Fund (LGRAF): Created in 1989 as a


result of efforts to adjust the LGF distribution formula, the LGRAF historically
shared 0.6% of the five major taxes mentioned above and 0.387% of the kilowatthour tax. The distribution formula is based on population only.

As previously discussed, the General Fund also receives 75% of the interest revenue from the
Investment Fund for Capital Improvement, as well as transfer revenues (as previously discussed in
this document) from other funds such as the Income Tax Fund.
Many of the individual General Fund budgets are of a "service" or "administrative" nature and
generate limited or no revenue. Where individual General Fund budgets do generate revenue
(i.e., EMS fees, law offense fees, fees for permits issued), the revenues are consolidated with all
other General Fund revenues and may not specifically be allocated to the revenue source.
Expenditures
Troy's General Fund expenditure budgets include the major departmental operations of economic
development, public safety (Police and Fire/EMS), Parks, Recreation, some public works areas
(i.e. , Engineering, Refuse Collection, Electrical, etc.), those considered administrative (i.e ., Service
Director, Human Resources, Civil Service, etc.), and funds allocated to elected offices (i.e., Mayor,
Director of Law, Auditor, City Council, and Treasurer).
Troy's General Fund also subsidizes several other traditionally non-General Fund operations that
are unable to support themselves. These transfers are to the Street Fund, Cemetery Fund, Hobart
Arena Fund, Capital Improvement Fund, Bond Retirement Fund, the Ohio Public Works
Commission Fund, and the Miami Shores Golf Course Fund. A transfer to the Swimming Pool
Fund is not budgeted for 2016.
2016 Projected Revenues & Transfers , General Fund
$ 23,202,395
2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfers, General Fund $ 25.105,997
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance $ (1,903,602)
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services (salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Transfers
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
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$13,189,298
$ 4,835,989
$ 6,581,500
$
499,210

52.5%
19.3%
26.2%
2.0%

Total
DISCUSSION OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE GENERAL FUND

$25,105,997

The General Fund is made up of a number of accounts including:

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
101.101
This is the account for general administrative operations not allocated elsewhere. It includes nearly all the
costs for maintaining and operating City Hall. The agencies the City supports (i.e., Public Access, Civic
Band , concerts, etc.) are funded here, as are fireworks for the Fourth of July. Transfers (subsidies) to other
funds also come out of General Government.
CITY COUNCIL
101.102
This account provides for the salaries of the City's legislative branch, the nine members of Council, as well
as the President of Council and the Clerk of Council. There are minimal other expenses. With the election
for terms commencing January 1, 2015, the members of Council increased from seven to nine. State Law
requires that when the population of a statutory city exceeds 25,000, two additional Wards are added with
representatives elected from each of those new Wards. Based on the 2010 census, Troy's population was
25,058. The incumbents for 2016 are:
President of Council
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Sixth Ward
Councilmembers-at-Large:

Martha A. Baker
Thomas M. Kendall
Douglas W. Tremblay
John W. Schweser
Bobby W. Phillips
William C. Twiss
Brock A. Heath
Robin I. Oda
Lynne B. Snee
John L. Terwilliger

MAYOR
101.103
The Mayor is the elected Chief Executive Officer of the City, elected for a four-year term. Michael L.
Beamish has been the Mayor of the City of Troy since January 2004. This account provides for his salary
and benefits, travel expenses on behalf of the City, and the routine office expenses to carry out his duties.
AUDITOR
101.104
The City Auditor is elected for a four-year term as the chief fiscal officer of the City. John D. Stickel has
been the Auditor of the City of Troy since June 2011. The Auditor's Office is responsible for overseeing
that expenditures are in compliance with statutory procedures, handles investments, and monitors fund
balances. This account funds the salaries and benefits of the City Auditor and three full-time deputy
auditors. It also funds routine office expenditures and costs associated with outside audit related services.
TREASURER
101.105
The salary of elected City Treasurer Melvin R. Shane is reflected in this budget, along with very minimal
operational costs. The position of Treasurer serves as a "check and balance" for the position of Auditor.
The position is elected for a four-year term. Mr. Shane's term commenced January 1, 2014.
LAW DIRECTOR
101.106
The Director of Law is the elected legal official and advisor for the City. The position is elected for a fouryear term. This account funds the salaries of the elected Director of Law, Grant D. Kerber, and a secretary.
It also includes funds for public defenders, outside attorneys (if deemed necessary by the Director of Law),
and standard office/operational costs. Mr. Kerber's term commenced January, 2016.

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SERVICE DIRECTOR
101.107
This is the budget of the Office of the Director of Public Service and Safety. The Director of Public Service
& Safety is Patrick E. J. Titterington, who was appointed by Mayor Beamish on January 2, 2007. This
budget also includes the Administrative Assistant, and two clerical support staff positions. The Director is
the Chief Administrative Officer of the City, the appointing authority for nearly all City positions, and the
City's contracting/purchasing official. In addition to the salaries, benefits, and training/travel for all the
office staff, expenses include routine office operational costs.
ENGINEERING
101.108
The Engineering budget and department was combined with the Planning (1 01.112) budget and
department in 2009, and includes Engineering Technicians, Planning and Zoning Manager, Zoning
Inspectors, and the Operations Superintendent who oversees the operations at the Central Maintenance
and Service Facility. There is also funding for engineering and planning co-ops/interns who assist the
office on a seasonal basis. All aspects of planning, zoning, code enforcement, property maintenance, and
nuisance complaints, as well as the employees who handle these responsibilities, are supervised by the
City Engineer. The 2016 Engineering Budget includes half the personnel costs for the position of Assistant
City Engineer, which position was created mid-2013 rather than funding the Operations Superintendent
position.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
101.109
As required for a statutory city, the Mayor appoints three Civil Service Commissioners. By law, no more
than two Commissioners can be affiliated with one political party.
Each Commissioner is compensated
the amount of $100 per year. The Commission employs a part-time secretary, and is responsible for
carrying out the requirement of the Ohio Revised Code that certain positions be filled on a competitive
basis. Some work associated with the Civil Service Commission, such as receiving applications, is
performed by the City's Human Resources Office. Aside from routine office expenditures, the largest
expenditure for this budget is $9,700 for testing materials.
PLANNING DEPARTMENT
101.112
In 2009, this department/budget was combined with the Engineering Department/Budget.
HUMAN RESOURCES
101.113
This office administers the personnel regulations and bargaining unit agreements. The department
includes the Assistant Director of Public Service and Safety and clerical support. Other than the personnel
costs, the budget includes needed training for staff members and standard office expenditures.
MIS
101.118
This department is currently staffed by an MIS Director, MIS Technician, and a GIS Technician. The MIS
Director and Technician are responsible for maintaining the City's technology, state-of-the-art technology
communication tools, the City's entire computer network, including 11 servers, 133 computer workstations,
93 laptops and tablets, 151 cellular accounts (including regular cell phones, smart phones, and air cards),
all networking hardware, and all computer software. The entire salary of the GIS Technician is allocated
to other funds, and portions of the salaries for the MIS Director and Technician are allocated to other
departments and funds to reflect that the amount of work the MIS staff devotes to those areas.
CITY BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE
101.125
This is a 13-member committee of City residents established under City Ordinance charged with
coordinating the City's annual Arbor Day event, maintaining a number of plantings in the downtown and
throughout the community, replacing and adding to the annual Christmas decorations, and beautifying new
public areas as the budget allows. The 2016 budget includes the final year of a five-year phased project
to replace the City's network of Christmas lighting with energy efficient LED lighting, and funding to provide
flower baskets for the new decorative light poles installed between the north end of the Adams Street
Bridge and Staunton Road .

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FIRE DEPARTMENT
101.216
This is one of the two safety departments of the City, and is one of the larger budgets, at $5.46 million in
2016. The department is responsible for fire protection, fire safety education and inspection, and
emergency medical service for the citizens of Troy. In addition, through contractual arrangements, the
Troy Fire Department provides fire and paramedic-level EMS services to the residents of Concord
Township, Staunton Township and Lostcreek Township. There are 3 Fire Department management
positions (1 Fire Chief and 2 Assistant Fire Chiefs), 3 supervisory positions of Platoon Commander, 32
funded firefighters/EMS, and a secretary funded from this budget, along with their benefits. Personnel
costs account for 87% of the departmental budget. The operational and maintenance costs for three fire
stations are covered by this budget as well as mandatory training for fire fighting and EMS certifications.
Revenues generated by the Fire Department for the township fire contracts and EMS services are part of
the General Fund revenues. The City contracts with a company for the collection of EMS transport fees,
and the fee charged by the company is charged to the Fire Department budget. The 2016 Budget includes
modifications to the 2013 tanker truck and the purchase of power cots/chairs based on approval of grants
for partial funding.

POLICE DEPARTMENT
101.217
The second of the two safety departments of the City, the Troy Police Department is an accredited
department embracing the community-oriented policing concept. It is also one of the larger budgets at
approximately $5.7 million in 2016. Personnel costs make up a major portion of the budget, 88%. The
Department is comprised of a Chief of Police, 3 Captains, 6 Sergeants, 33 budgeted patrol officers, and 1
clerical support staff position . A custodian and secretary position are filled from a temporary agency to
provide budgetary savings. The Department is responsible for the protection of the City of Troy and the
enforcement of many of the City's Ordinances. The Police Department provides a number of educational
services for the community. Three police officers are dedicated to the Troy City Schools for the DARE and
School Resource Officer programs. Dispatching is handled by the Miami County Communications Center.
This budget includes funds for training, much of which is mandated. Revenues generated by violations of
law are deposited into the General Fund. The 2016 Budget includes funds to replace three marked
cruisers with SUVs and replace an unmarked vehicle.

PARK DEPARTMENT
101.440
This department is responsible for maintaining and improving 27 parks with a total of 321 acres. The
budget includes a Superintendent, six other full time employees, one of which is an arborist position
established in lieu of filling of a Foreman position. Several part-time employees are utilized from a
temporary agency for the heavy mowing months. The departmental work includes: removal of curb lawn
trees where appropriate; maintenance of park shelters, ball fields, soccer fields, recreational trails, and
tennis courts; levee mowing; snow removal; mowing of various City properties; responsibility for the Tree
City USA program; and maintenance of playground equipment. Some work is contracted out, such as
some tree spraying, field maintenance, and tree removal as necessary. The tree removal work includes
the removal of all ash trees from City parks and other City property due to the Emerald Ash Borer disease.
The Park Department is also responsible for the maintenance, storage and setup of the Showmobile, the
portable stage unit purchased for the City of Troy by the Troy Foundation in 1999. There are no charges
associated with the use of Troy's acres of parkland, green space and recreational trails. 2016 projects
includes work on the recreational trail, and an annual expenditure to replace and nurture approximately 35
trees. The Park Department is under the statutory jurisdiction of the Board of Park Commissioners.

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101.441
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
This department is responsible for managing and scheduling a multitude of year-round recreational
programs, scheduling the fields and areas where the programs are held, and operating the Troy Aquatic
Park. The budget funds the Recreation Director and Assistant and one clerical support staff, as well as the
part-time and temporary staff who run the programs. Staff has implemented an on line reservation system
for park shelters and many of the programs for which the Recreation Department is responsible. Funding
support for the Troy Recreation Association for the REC is included in this budget.

The Recreation Department is under the jurisdiction of the Troy Recreation Board. This Board is
permissive under State Law, by provisions of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). The City Recreation Board
was established by local ordinance. Following the ORC, there is a five-member Board, two members who
are appointed by the Board of Education and three members by the Mayor. This recognizes the
relationship between the City and the Board of Education, and the use of City property by the School.

101.445
LINCOLN COMMUNITY CENTER
Under an arrangement that has existed for decades, the City pays some of the utility costs for the Lincoln
Community Center, which is located on Ash Street. Funds to help maintain the structure are also
budgeted each year. This is in addition to funding that may qualify through the Community Development
Block Grant Fund (CDBG). The employees of Lincoln Community Center are not City employees. The
City does not schedule or operate the programs of the Center. However, the Center's Director works with
the City's Recreation Director for the scheduling of City programs held at Lincoln Community Center.
101.551
PLUMBING BOARD
101.552
ELECTRICIAN'S BOARD
101.553
HEATING & AIR COOLING CONTRACTOR'S BOARD
These were three separate Boards established to test for local licenses. The Boards have now been
eliminated with the licensing handled by the State.
101.554
PLANNING COMMISSION
This Commission is established by State Statute.
Membership consists of the Mayor, four citizens
appointed by the Mayor, the President of the Board of Park Commissioners, and the Director of Public
Service and Safety. The Commission is responsible for establishing a Comprehensive Plan to help
determine growth of the Community. It also recommends to Troy City Council on matters such as final
plats, proposed annexations, and changes to the zoning code. The Commission is the final determiner on
matters such as preliminary plats and historic district applications. The budget of the Planning
Commission mainly reflects office supplies and the City's membership in the regional planning agency, the
Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission.
101.555
ELECTRICAL DIVISION
The Electrical Division has three employees who are required to hold specific electrical licenses. The
Division is responsible for the electrical needs of City facilities, maintaining the system of traffic lights,
placing and removing most of the Christmas lighting/decorations, coordinating the downtown banner
program, and the electric needs for the many special events (concerts, festivals, especially the Troy
Strawberry Festival, etc.) that take place annually on public property. In addition to staff, budgeting for
2016 includes continues the LED upgrades to intersection traffic signals.
BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS (OR ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD) 101.556
The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) is a volunteer group appointed by the Mayor that hears appeals
citizens may file from decisions of the City's zoning administrator. By Ordinance, one member of the Troy
Planning Commission is a member of the BZA.

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101.558
DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
The Development Department consists of a Director, an Assistant Development Director and a portion of
the cost of an intern. The budget includes the City's Enterprise Zone functions, and the City's business
retention and expansion programs. Other than an occasional use of a consultant, the budget is primarily
for staff compensation, required travel and training. The Development Department works very closely with
the Troy Development Council regarding the City's economic development efforts. The City's funding to
Troy Main Street and the Troy Development Council (except for some funding from the Water and Sewer
Funds) is included in the Development budget.
REFUSE COLLECTION DIVISION
101.635
This division consists of one-half of a foreman salary and funding for two other staff members responsible
for picking up residential refuse each week. In 2011, the City implemented a program of utilizing
temporary agency workers to assist with refuse collection, thus helping to reduce cost in the budget. In
addition to staff costs, this budget pays the fees to Miami County for placing the residential refuse in the
County "transfer station", which is budgeted at $375,000. The budget also funds the contracted curbside
recycling program (budgeted at $312,000 for 2016) and paying a contractor to operate the City's Dye Mill
Road facility. The budgeted amount for recycling reflects a reduction from prior years based on a contract
that changed from the residents using bins for recycling to using larger carts that allow for automated
collection by the recycling contractor.
101.675
STORM SEWER DIVISION
This budget fund is no longer used. In 2008 it was moved to the new Storm Management Utility Fund 709.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS
GENERAL FUND
101.000.4110
101.000.4111
101.000.4113
101.000.4117
101.000.4118
101.000.4121
101.000.4131
101.000.4132
101.000.4140
101.000.4141
101.000.4142
101.000.4143
101.000.4144
101.000.4145
101.000.4154

101.000.4210
101.000.4211
101.000.4213
101.000.4252

101.000.4311
101.000.4333
101.000.4335

101.000.4411
101.000.4413
101.000.4414
101.000.4415
101.000.4418
101.000.4419
101.000.4425
101.000.4426
101.000.4427

101.000.4510
101.000.4551

101.000.4601
101.000.4612
101.000.4613
101.000.4614
101.000.4615
101.000.4621
101.000.4645
101.000.4649

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

REAL ESTATE PROPERTY TAXES


PUBLIC UTIL PERSONAL PROP TAX
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX
PROPERTY TAX-POLICE PENSION
PROPERTY TAX-FIRE PENSION
PROPERTY TAXES
MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX
MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX
HOTEL/MOTEL TAX
TRAILER TAX (MOBILE HOME TAX)
OTHER LOCAL TAXES
LOCAL GOVT. REVENUE ASSISTANCE
LOCAL GOVT FUND-COUNTY
LOCAL GOVT FUND-STATE
ESTATE TAX
CIGARETIE TAX
LIQUOR TAX
MOTOR VEH LIC-PERMISSIVE TAX
STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

1,062,764.96
26,966.63
277.8
151,008.52
151,008.53
1,392,026.44
0
0
217,647.69
13.53
217,661.22
0
702,174.00
129,351.01
172,668.43
987.18
33,055.40
24,092.91
1,062,328.93

1,077,469.48
28,973.92
4 3.91
145,014.75
145,014.72
1,396,516.78
0
0
293,298.07
12.53
293,310.60
0
532,635.21
105,420.86
226,318.25
1,267.46
35,757.75
315.17
901,714.70

1,029, 722.21
31,945 .89
12.94
139,368.38
139,368.36
1,340,417. 78
0
0
321,446.33
10.63
321,456.96
0
523,305.79
104,143.87
21,835.03
1,199.42
33,917.10
0
684,401.21

1,048,715.00
29,500.00
0
137,400.00
137,400.00
1,353,015.00
0
0
289,900.00
10
289,910.00
0
578,850.00
81,800.00
1,950.00
1,185.00
32,725.00
0
696,510.00

1,048, 715.19
29,500.94
0
137,411.39
137,411.42
1,353,038.94
0
0
289,929.27
10.7
289,939.97
0
578,859.44
81,837.03
1,950.00
1,186.62
32,728.50
0
696,561.59

1,036,882.00
33,605.00
0
131,409.00
131,409.00
1,333,305.00
0
0
250,000.00
0
250,000.00
0
583,195.00
100,000.00
0
1,000.00
33,000.00
0
717,195.00

TOTAL TAXES

2,672,016.59

2,591,542.08

2,346,275.95

2,339,435.00

2,339,540.50

2,300,500.00

LICENSES
VENDOR'S LICENSES
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
LICENSES
PERMITS/APPEALS
PERMITS

1,300.00
0
1,170.35
2,470.35
33,090.30
33,090.30

800
0
2,025.00
2,825.00
25,025.75
25,025.75

1,900.00
0
979.97
2,879.97
32,196.81
32,196.81

2,000.00
0
1,350.00
3,350.00
39,745.00
39,745.00

2,200.00
0
1,350.00
3,550.00
41,115.11
41,115.11

15,000.00
0
1,000.00
16,000.00
25,000.00
25,000.00

TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS

35,560.65

27,850.75

35,076.78

43,095.00

44,665.11

41,000.00

FEDERAL GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL-FEDERAL
STATE HOMESTEAD/ROLLBACK
STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL-STATE

0
0
164,968.29
61,034.54
226,007.63

6,202.43
6,202.43
166,056.38
66,891.88
232,948.26

0
0
158,394.76
40,176.95
198,571.71

0
0
158,185.00
7,590.00
166,255.00

0
0
158,188.32
7,592.85
166,264.17

0
0
157,763.00
0
157,763.00

TOTAL INTERGOVENMENTAL

226,007.63

239,150.69

198,571.71

166,255.00

166,264.17

157,763.00

REPORT COPIES
WEED CUTIING
CITY AMBULANCE SERVICE
RURAL FIRE CONTRACT
MISCELLANEOUS
INSPECTIONS
SOLID WASTE BAGS
CURBSIDE RECYCLING
CURBSIDE RECYCLING PENALTY
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

4,629.31
5,653.50
976,151.74
458,017.66
5,612.80
0
7,712.23
1,427,289.08
27,557.24
2,912,623.56

4,738.50
15,519.74
918,381.17
516,111.00
7,816.82
0
6,211.2S
1,490,949.07
27,632. 21
2,987,359. 76

7,990.60
11,835.28
974,863.90
569,996.00
5,750.00
0
7,909.75
1,535,498.21
27,645.87
3,141,489.61

2,880.00
13,400.00
953,775.00
623,880.00
7,170.00
0
9,655.00
1,575,540.00
27,730.00
3,214,030.00

2,960.74
13,414.04
1,055,530.81
623,882.00
7,196.11
0
9,656.30
1,617,158.21
28,396.79
3,358,195.00

4,000.00
7,000.00
1,000,000.00
575,000.00
2,500.00
0
7,500.00
1,500,000.00
25,000.00
3,121,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

2,912,623 .56

2,987,359.76

3,141,489.61

3,214,030.00

3,358,195.00

3,121,000.00

MUNICIPAL COURT FINES


MUNC COURT FINES & FORFEITURES
PARKING FINES
PARKING FINES

30,035.00
30,035 .00
0
0

28,863.60
28,863.60
0
0

27,118.50
27,118.50
0
0

27,285.00
27,285.00
0
0

27,286.00
27,286.00
0
0

27,000.00
27,000.00
0
0

TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

30,035.00

28,863.60

27,118.50

27,285.00

27,286.00

27,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
RENTS/LEASES
SALE OF ASSETS
CABLE TV FRANCHISE
WITNESS FEES
OTHER REVENUES
SPEC ASSESSMENTS- CO AUDITOR
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

100,092.46
100,092.46
24,421.90
64,803.22
175,078.15
2,400.00
266,703.27
1,866.39
1,866.39
63,579.34
10,356.76
73,936.10

70,659.93
70,659.93
24,471.72
49,506.00
174,171.46
2,466.24
250,615.42
2,547.47
2,547.47
70,512.15
164,990.68
235,502.83

105,950.15
105,950.15
24,865.72
37,766.99
165,639.83
2,316.20
230,612.74
3,896.20
3,896.20
57,170.00
53,845.51
111,015.51

124,940.00
124,940.00
21,300.00
57,020.00
162,000.00
2,310.00
242,630.00
1,225.00
1,225.00
474,085.00
27,155.00
501,240.00

129,532.89
129,532.89
21,307.31
57,023.24
162,000.97
2,557.10
242,888.62
1,228.31
1,228.31
474,087.85
27,176.39
501,264.24

85,000.00
85,000.00
24,000.00
0
165,000.00
2,000.00
191,000.00
0
0
420,000.00
10,000.00
430,000.00

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

442,598.22

559,325.65

451,474.60

870,035.00

874,914.06

706,000.00

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2013

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS
101.000.4712
101.000.4921
101.000.4922
101.000.4924
101.000.4925
101.000.4927
101.000.4928
101.000.4929

SALE OF NOTES
TOTAL PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
PROSECUTOR REIMBURSEMENT
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
INTRA GOVERNMENTAL REVENUE

101.000.4937

REIMBURSEMENTS
PETTY CASH ADJ/IMPR5T CASH RTN

101.000.4990

OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES


OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE
TOTAL GENERAL FUND

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

120,000.00
26,458.46
433,018.14
620,489.73
0
0
15,371,492.S9
15,371,492.59

0
24,719.74
122,100.00
57,689.02
351,982.32
735,128.08
4.35
4.35
16,361,164.28
16,361,164.28

0
0
12,106.68
150,369.94
0
30,403.88
124,200.00
188.33
361,395.68
678,664.51
0
0
16,363,679.14
16,363,679.14

0
0
13,84S.OO
55,380.00
0
47,390.00
124,200.00
12,440.00
356,725.00
609,980.00
0
0
13,400,630.00
13,400,630.00

15,991,982.32

17,096,296.71

17,042,343.65

14,010,610.00

14,010,626.51

16,849,132.00

============== ============== ============== =======;;;======

===============

;;;;::::::::===========

20,821,491.35

23,202,395.00

0
0
4,792.63
1,748.47

0
0
16,636.88
162,000.12

0
34,472.03

22,310,823.97

23,530,389.24

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23,242,350.80

20,670,745.00

0
0
13,848.87
5S,380.40
0
47,394.19
124,200.00
12,442.75
356,729.20
609,995.41

0
0
0
0
0
0
124,200.00
2,000.00
350,000.00
476,200.00

0
0
13,400,631.10
13,400,631.10

0
0
16,372,932.00
16,372,932.00

General Government

5202

REPRODUCTION/PRINTING
4,500 Includes $4,000 newsletter printing (send post card to direct to e-newsletter)

5332

ATTORNEYS
125,000 Routine as needed, including labor counsel

5379

INTRA GOV'T BILLING


335,768 Miami County Health District (1.51% Increase)

5382

SUPPORT AGENCIES
2,500 Cincinnati Symphony
6,500 Civic Band , not to exceed amount, matches other funds they raise
9,000

5399
31,500
84,000
125,000
5,000

OTHER EXP
Fire works
Misc. as needed
ABC & related downtown/Riverfront initiatives
Possible Health Clinic Set up (1/5 also in HR 101.113, Tax 204, Water B&C 710.661,
Sewer B&C 711.671)

245,500
5501
600,000
200,000
81 ,500
3,000,000
1,025,000
900,000
500,000
0
25,000
250,000
6,581,500

GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS


Transfers out:
Street Fund
Cemetery Fund
Small Bus. Development Revolving Loan Fund
Bond Retirement
Capital Improvement Fund
OPWC
Hobart Arena
Pool
Parking Meter
Miami Shores
* Flow Through from CDBG (230)

2015 Budget
3,890,557

2016 Budget % Difference


7,886,518 50.67%

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To Fund #
202
205
245
332
441
442
707
708
712
713

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.101.5101
101.101.5102
101.101.S143
101.101.S144
101.101.S149
101.101.S1S1
101.101.5161
101.101.S162
101.101.S164
101.101.516S
101.101.S166

101.101.S201
101.101.S202
101.101.S203
101.101.S207
101.101.S213
101.101.S231
101.101.S239
101.101.S241
101.101.S243
101.101.S244
101.101.S2S1
101.101.S2S3
101.101.5254
101.101.S2SS

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES/WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PER$ PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8S.SS
8S.SS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8S.44
8S.44

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8S.2
8S.2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
84.04
84.04

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONEL SERVICES

8S.SS

8S.44

8S.2

84.04

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

602.61
7,742.38
0
89.8S
976.6S
221
0
9,632.49
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

291.22
9,798.S3
0
0
994.23
0
6S6.01
11,739.99
0
0
0
0
0
0
8S.2
0
8S.2

7.99
10,778.80
0
0
3,027.30
0
S0.03
13,864.12
0
0
0
0
0
0
S3.S
0
S3.5

600
7,000.00
0
200
1,000.00
0
200
9,000.00
0
SOD
0
500
0
0
0
0
0

211.26
2,014.S9
0
199.99
2,066.34
0
0
4,492.18
0
0
0
0
0
0
S7.7
0
57.7

600
4,SOO.OO
0
200
1,SOO.OO
0
0
6,800.00
0
SOD
0
SOD
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

9,632.49

11,82S.19

13,917.62

9,SOO.OO

4,S49.88

7,300.00

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.101.5302
101.101.5309
101.101.5311
101.101.5312
101.101.5313
101.101.5316
101.101.5317
101.101.5321
101.101.5322
101.101.5323
101.101.5324
101.101.5331
101.101.5332
101.101.5333
101.101.5334
101.101.5335
101.101.5336
101.101.5337
101.101.5338
101.101.5339
101.101.5341
101.101.5342
101.101.5345
101.101.5351
101.101.5352
101.101.5359
101.101.5361
101.101.5363
101.101.5364
101.101.5367
101. 101.5369
101.101.5371
101.101.5372
101.101.5374
101.101.5376
101.101.5379
101.101.5381
101.101.5382
101.101.5383
101.101.5384
101.101.5386
101.101.5387
101.101.5389
101.101.5395
101.101.5398
101.101.5399

RENT/LEAS E OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
STREET LIGHTING
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEA LS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPME NT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
ATTORNEYS
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
MUTUAL AID CONTRACT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT COSTS
FILING FEES
WITNESS FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP.
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
ELECTION EXPENSE
DELINQUENT TAX ADVERTISING
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
PRISONER MA INTENANCE
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRA GOVERNMENTAL BILLG
POSTAGE
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

14,115.00
14,115.00
1,539.70
87,225.08
38,142.81
51,189.90

11,475.00
11,475.00
1,082.05
70,087 .01
36,779.79
54,789.57

16,605.00
16,605.00
541.16
70,693.10
36,741.71
53,687.20

14,000.00
14,000.00
1,500.00
75,000.00
33,000.00
53,000.00

14,040.00
14,040.00
2,616.06
94,359.60
36,773 .76
66,339.22

14,000.00
14,000.00
1,500.00
75,000.00
33,000.00
53,000.00
0
162,500.00
100
150
1,800.00
4,700.00
6,750.00
65,000.00
125,000.00
32,000.00
7,500.00
0
15,000.00
0
40,000.00
28,000.00
312,500.00
0
400
100
500
0
0
30,000.00
30,000.00
25,000.00

178,097.49
1,226.67

162,738.42
9,533.75
150
2,094.54
6,052.90
17,831.19

161,663.17
1,168.42

162,500.00
100
150
1,800.00
4,700.00
6,750.00
65,000.00
125,000.00
32,000.00
7,500.00

200,088.64
4,228.43
0
3,562.00
5,924.90
13,715.33
51,712.50
86,624.39
32,349.00
0

0
2,987.88
5,072.90
9,287.45

23,711.30
31,447.00
7,500.00

82,069.75
30,914.00
23,500.00

0
4,890.28
3,004.90
9,063.60
0
30,276.25
31,242.00
23,500.00

17,072.50

13,349.00

17,334.00

15,000.00
0
40,000.00
28,000.00
312,500.00

13,632.00

46,442.59
19,899.27
146,072.66

30,803. 26
20,611.46
201,247.47

41,187.03
24,605.12
168,144.40

192.5
56
248.5

140
24

164

336
15.9
351.9

400
100
500

34,576.52
4,205.51
223,099.92
0
196
6
202

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

33,083.22
33,083 .22
8,972.02

36,179.09
36,179.09
5,266.65

7,642.41
7,642.41
17,995.00

34,000.00
34,000.00
25,000.00

18,611.01
18,611.01
377.74

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

8,972.02

5,266.65

0
0
17,995.00

0
0
0
0
25,000.00

377.74

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

25,140.12

44,980.10

20,510.77
0
346,281.34
366,792.11
6,286.13
58,500.00
39,743.58

27,000.00

313,096.39
338,236.51
6,878.49
105,000.00
37,010.38

341,259.13
386,239.23
8,534.13
98,500.00
40,350.16

0
17,762.77

330,657.00
357,657.00
6,000.00
21,500.00
40,500.00

330,656.24
348,419.01
16,601.79
21,000.00
39,717.62

0
0
0
0
25,000.00
0
0
25,000.00
0
335,768.00
360,768.00
7,300.00
9,000.00
40,500.00
0
14,000.00

18,484.68

13,979.49

14,000.00

7,925.06

29,000.00

45,243.69

29,000.00

28,670.54
'0

29,027.37

16,576.28
0
36,928.46

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

88,085.46
284,129.55

185,049.63
375,440.78

157,464.96
315,499.41

115,500.00
226,500.00

81,730.74
212,218.90

245,500.00
345,300.00

1,012,242.40

1,196,581.83

1,063,757.00

1,139,407.00

1,030,772.55

1,257,318.00

PRINCIPAL PYMT-BONDS
DEBT SERVICE- PRINCIPAL PYMTS

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL DEBT SERVICES

TOTAL SERVICES
101.101.5413

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

101.101.5501
101.101.5502
101.101.5511
101.101.5512
101.101.5522
101.101.5524
101.101.5525
101.101.5527
101.101.5535
101.101.5541
101.101.5542

101.101.5601
101.101.5602
101.101.5631
101.101.5632
101.101.5633
101.101.5637
101.101.5639

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


ADVANCES TO FUNDS
TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND-PRIOR YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
REMIITANCE/ REVENUE COLLECTED
ACCRUED INTEREST
REMIITANCE OF STATE SALES TAX
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS
DAMAGE CLAIMS
JUDGEMENTS/DAMAGES/DISTRIBUTN
REIMBURSEMENTS
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

3,333,118.14
0
3,333,118.14
215.26
0
215.26
0
0
0
26,824.31
26,824.31
0
0
0
0
0

4,642,482.32
0
4,642,482.32
495.36
0
495.36
0
41.01
0
0
41.01
0
0
0
0
0

5,133,554.44
0
5,133,554.44
173.15
0
173.15
0
0
261.89
0
261.89
0
0
0
0
0

3,201,500.00
336,000.00
3,537,500.00
0
0
0
0
10,000.00
150
40,000.00
50,150.00
0
0
0
0
0

3,196,729.20
336,000.00
3,532, 729.20
38.63
3,201.09
3,239.72
0
2,771.86
1.04
0
2,772.90
0
0
0
0
0

6,581,500.00
0
6,581,500.00
200
2,000.00
2,200.00
0
10,000.00
200
0
10,200.00
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

3,360,157.71

4,643,018.69

5,133,989.48

3,587,650.00

3,538,741.82

6,593,900.00

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENT
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
359.94
359.94

0
0
0
0
0
0
226.01
0
226.01

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

230,000.00
0
230,000.00
0
0
0
0
25,000.00
25,000.00

229,236.75
7,190.00
236,426.75
0
0
0
0
17,541.95
17,541.95

0
0
0
0
0
0
3,000.00
25,000.00
28,000.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

359.94

226.01

255,000.00

253,968.70

28,000.00

4,382,478.09

5,851,737.16

6,211,749.30

4,991,557.00

4,828,116.99

7,886,518.00

TOTALGENERALGOVT

Page 29

Council
101 .102
5101
70,560
8,400
3,600
82,560

5321/5322

5639

2015 Budget
102,561

SALARIES
9 Council members @ $7,840
Council President
Clerk
Total

T&T
1,400 Misc. as needed
OTHER EQUIPMENT
3,000 As needed
2016 Budget % Difference
103,790 1.18%

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WU
COMBINED
EXPENSES

WG
COMBINED
EXPENSES

WM
COMBINED
EXPENSES

W~

CURRENT
BUDGET

W~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

W~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

CITY COUNCIL
OFFICIAL- MARTHA BAKER
101.102.5101
101.102.5141
OTHER COMPE~
101.102.5151
101.102.5153
101.102.5161
101.102.5162
101.102.5164
101.102.5166
101.102.5169

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


SALARIES/WAGES WITH PERS
SALARIES NON-PENSION EMPLOYEES
SATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE-SOCIAL SECURITY
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
PRESCRIPTION DRUG-BENEFIT
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.102.5201
101.102.5202
101.102.5239

101.102.5321
101.102.5322
101.102.5323
101.102.5324
101.102.5339
101.102.5342
101.102.5363
101.102.5381
101.102.5384
101.102.5386
101.102.5389
101.102.5395
101.102.5399

101.102.5633
101.102.5639

57,689.99
57,689.99
7,649.09

57,689.99
57,689.99
7,649.09

72,988.17
72,988.17
7,649.09

72,988.00
72,988.00
7,649.00

72,988.17
72,988.17
7,649.09

74,160.00
74,160.00
8,400.00

8,076.67
474.24
16,200.00
84

8,749 .79
474.24
16,873.12
84

9,366.83
474. 24
17,490.16
67.75

10,220.00
475
18,344.00
69

10,218.45
474. 24
18,341.78
69

10,500.00
490
19,390.00
70

2,088.40
943.32

1,846.22
942.82

1,975.59
1,164. 65

2,620.00
1,170.00

2,704.41
1,164.49

2,600.00
1,200.00

3,115.72

2,873.04

3,207.99

3,859.00

3,937.90

3,870.00

77,005.71

77,436.15

93,686.32

-------95,191.00

95,267.85

97,420.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0

70.55

45.4

100

300
300

0
0

0
0

100

0
70.55

45.4

300
400

34.29
34.29

300
400

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

300

70.55

45.4

400

34.29

400

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
FILING FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

435.62

303.98

735.74

155

161.56

435.62

458.98

897.3

5,000.00
400
150
400
5,950.00

2,164.80

0
0
0

1,000.00
400
150
400
1,950.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

600
600

79.42
121.12

18

0
0

113

TOTAL SERVICES

556.74

571.98

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

933.89

1,822.32

- - - -0

77,862.45

79,012.57

96,453.22

102,561.00

TOTAL CITY COUNCIL

0
41.7

0
0

0
0

Page 31

0
0

0
150

0
2,314.80

0
0
600
600

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

1.88

300

49

300

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

1.88

120
420

49

120
420

899.18

6,970.00

2,363.80

2,970.00

933.89
933.89

1,822.32
1,822.32

0
0
0

0
0
0

3,000.00
3,000.00

3,000.00

97,665.94

103,790.00

Mayor
101 .103
5101

5239

5321/5322

5384

2015 Budget
58,468

SALARIES
22,057 Mayor
OTHER SUPPLIES
4,150 City Promotional Items
TRAVEL
5,050 Incl. Mayors & Managers,
Trade Mission
MILEAGE
700 Reimburse daily mileage

2016 Budget % Difference


54,217 -7.84%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

MAYOR'S OFFICE
OFFICIAL- MICHAEL BEAMISH
101.103.5101
101.103.5151
101.103.5161
101.103.5162
101.103.5164
101.103.5166

101.103.5201
101.103.5202
101.103.5207
101.103.5239

101.103.5316
101.103.5321
101.103.5322
101.103.5323
101.103.5324
101.103.5381
101.103.5384
101.103.5389
101.103.5395
101.103.5399

101.103.5541

101.103.5631
101.103.5637
101.103.5639

FT/PT/EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

21,519.00
21,519.00
3,012.64
3,012.64
84
13,035.06
614.99
237.54
13,971.59

21,519.00
21,519.00
3,244.40
3,244.40
84
13,498.40
462.79
227.65
14,272.84

21,519.00
21,519.00
2,780.88
2,780.88
67.75
14,104.13
474.76
227.91
14,874.55

21,519.00
21,519.00
3,015.00
3,015.00
69
18,518.00
735
312
19,634.00

21,519.00
21,519.00
3,012.64
3,012.64
69
14,458.37
527.25
222.29
15,276.91

22,057.00
22,057.00
3,090.00
3,090.00
70
14,720.00
710
320
15,820.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

38,503.23

39,036.24

39,174.43

44,168.00

39,808.55

40,967.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

11.49
401.56
383.97
0
797.02

82.04
939.59
0
5,139.95
6,161.58

124.66
347.12
0
3,774.92
4,246.70

200
700
300
4,150.00
5,350.00

57.98
1,172.98
132.99
34.29
1,398.24

200
700
300
4,150.00
5,350.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

797.02

6,161.58

4,246.70

S,350.00

1,398.24

5,350.00

TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
3,558.8S
50
0
385
3,993.85
344.8
824.85
0
0
1,884.25
3,053.90

0
0
1,115.98

0
0
6,050.00
150
500
6,750.00
500
700
0
0
1,000.00
2,200.00

0
0
3,577.24
55
52
435
4,119.24
393.85
505.65
339.02
0
1,537.20
2,775.72

0
0
5,000.00

155
435
1,755.98
198.1
494.15
0
0
976.91
1,669.16

0
0
488.26
50
185.56
435
1,158.82
427.25
500.82
0
0
1,809.60
2,737.67

150
500
5,700.00
500
700
0
0
1,000.00
2,200.00

TOTAL SERVICES

7,047.75

3,425.14

3,896.49

8,950.00

6,894.96

7,900.00

REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

46,348.00

48,622.96

47,317.62

58,468.00

48,101.75

54,217.00

TOTAL MAYOR

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so

so

so

Aud itor
101 .104
5101

SALARIES
56,725 Auditor
46,510 Deputy Aud itor
46,510 Deputy Auditor
44,720 Deputy Auditor
194,465
3,445 Opt out payment- Health Ins.
197,910

5335

EDP CONSULTANTS

18,000 Routine, GASB34, electronic Pos

2015 Budget
370,130

2016 Budget% Difference


370,790 0.18%

Page 34

WU
COMBINED
EXPENSES

WB
COMBINED
EXPENSES

WM
COMBINED
EXPENSES

W~

CURRENT
BUDGET

W~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

W~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

AUDITOR'S OFFICE
OFFICIAL-JOHN STICKEL

101.104.5101
101.104.5143
101.104.5144
101.104.5149
101.104.5151
101.104.5161
101.104.5162
101.104.5163
101.104.5164
101.104.5166

101.104.5201
101.104.5202
101.104.5207
101.104.5231
101.104.5239

101.104.5309
101.104.5316
101.104.5321
101.104.5322
101.104.5323
101.104.5324
101.104.5333
101.104.5334
101.104.5335
101.104.5338
101.104.5339
101.104.5359
101.104.5363
101.104.5381
101.104.5384
101.104.5386
101.104.5389
101.104.5395
101.104.5398
101.104.5399

101.104.5631
101.104.5633
101.104.5637
101.104.5639

172,990.60
172,990.60
0
0
0
0
23,3B.71
23,3B.71
253
32,978.79
3,475.00
5,887.00
2,348.08
44,941.87

197,910.00
197,910.00
0
0
0
0
27,710.00
27,710.00
280
41,050.00
0
6,235.00
2,880.00
50,445.00

264,608.04

299,221.91

287,905.00

241,246.18

276,065 .00

1,667.28
0
1,240.18

2,907.46

1,500.00
0
1,000.00
0
150
2,650.00

604.71
0
1,561.76
0
686.02
2,852.49

1,700.00
0
1,400.00
0
150
3,250.00

188,118.36
188,118.36
25,283.44
11,371.20

5,567.32
2,575.04
47,617.93
259,050.51
1,267.34

185,537.04
185,537.04

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

0
0
0
0

25,895.54
25,895.54
336
39,139.57
0

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

2,185.10
0
107
3,559.44

1,220.09
0
839.77
11.82
442.72
2,514.40

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

3,559.44

2,514.40

2,907.46

2,650.00

2,852.49

3,250.00

187.02
187.02
0
0

153
153
0
0
225.47
100
216.56

4,338.00
1,583.19
14,594.49
65,735.68
0
0
1,470.71
1,470.71
1,309.78
124.32
0
0
0
0
475
1,909.10

175
175
0
0
200
300
300
300
1,100.00
47,000.00
0
10,000.00
0
17,000.00
74,000.00
0
0
1,500.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
150
600
0
0
50
500
2,800.00

150.54
150.54

200
200
0
0
250
125
300
300
975
50,000.00
0
18,000.00
0
18,000.00
86,000.00
0

1,650.02
1,650.02
1,211.35
156.51
511.2
0
0
0
450
2,329.06

153
153
0
0
70
365
215
275
925
39,900.00
0
4,338.00
0
B ,865.00
58,103.00
0
0
1,480.75
1,480.75
1,272.12
U4.3
378
0
0
0
435
2,209.42

64,119.37

62,871.17

70,085.52

79,575.00

78,140.92

91,475.00

RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

101.104.5541

36,654.64
24,334.22
24,334.22
259.5
39,876.90
2,000.00
4,847.17
3,131.12
50,114.69

200,260.00
200,260.00
0
0
0
0
28,040.00
28,040.00
276
47,614.00
2,000.00
6,810.00
2,905.00
59,605.00

188,462.78
188,462.78
0
0
0
0
28,263.99
28,263.99
336
40,497.90
0
4,411.79
2,635.58
47,881.27

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

no
100
151.25
275
656.25
40,395.00
0
5,548.00
0
B ,354.02
59,297.02
0
0

0
0

275

817.03
45,220.00
0

0
0

52
1B
216.56
275
656.56
42,750.00
0
0

16,167.12
15,628.75
74,545.87
0
0
922.01
922.01
1,330.86
100.08
0
0
0
0
435
1,865.94

1,500.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
150
600
0
0
50
500
2,800.00

REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
1,991.10
0
1,991.10

0
0
0
0

0
0
4,1B.99
0
4,113.99

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

1,991.10

4,113.99

328,720.42

329,993. 61

376,328.88

370,UO.OO

322,239.59

370,790.00

TOTAL AUDITOR 'S OFFICE

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Treasurer
101.105
SALARIES
4,918 Salary of Treasurer

5101

2015 Budget
5,989

2016 Budget % Difference


5,984 -0.08%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

TREASURER
OFFICIAL- MELVIN SHANE

101.105.5101
101.105.5151
101.105.5164
101.105.5166

101.105.5201
101.105.5202
101.105.5239

101.105.5309
101.105.5321
101.105.5322
101.105.5323
101.105.5324
101.105.5359
101.105.5381
101.105.5399

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

4,917.27
4,917.27
688.44
688.44
157.89
71.28
229.17

4,917.27
4,917.27
745.81
745.81
138.94
71.28
210.22

4,917.27
4,917.27
631.07
631.07
148.68
71.28
219.96

4,918.00
4,918.00
689
689
160
72
232

4,917.27
4,917.27
688.44
688.44
164.92
71.28
236.2

4,918.00
4,918.00
689
689
155
72
227

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

5,834.88

5,873.30

5,768.30

5,839.00

5,841.91

5,834.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

67.5
67.5
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

-40
-40
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

100
100
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

100
100
0
0
0
50
50
0
0
0
0
0

117.5

10

50

150

50

150

5,952.38

5,883.30

5,818.30

5,989.00

5,891.91

5,984.00

RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
POSTAGE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES
TOTAL TREASURER

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Law Director
101 .106

5101

5332

2015 Budget
353,291

SALARIES
56,725 Law Director
36,777 Secretary
93,502

217,200 Public Defender, Assistant Law Directors,


Prosecutorial Services (Change in '07,
has some Gen. Fund offsetting revenue)
($120,000 is flow through) ($3,000 increase)

2016 Budget % Difference


380,407 7.13%

Page 37

mu
COMBINED
EXPENSES

m8
COMBINED
EXPENSES

mB

mM
COMBINED
EXPENSES

CURRENT
BUDGET

mB
CURRENT
EXPENSES

m~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

LAW DIRECTOR
OFFICIAL- GRANT KERBER

101.106.S101
101.106.S141
101.106.S143
101.106.S144
101.106.S149
101.106.S151
101.106.S153
101.106.S161
101.106.S162
101.106.S163
101.106.S164
101.106.5166

101.106.S302
101.106.5309
101.106.S316
101.106.5321
101.106.5322
101.106.5323
101.106.S324
101.106.5332
101.106.5338
101.106.5339
101.106.5341
101.106.5342
101.106.S363
101.106.5381
101.106.S384
101.106.5389
101.106.539S
101.106.S399

101.106.S637
101.106.5639

8 ,095.00
140
29,430.00
S,200.00
2,950.00
1,360.00
39,080.00

121,016.00

122,168.55

145,677.00

600
2S

269.81
0

2S

so

so

604.81

SS1.23
0
0
SS1.23

67S

269.81

7S

473.87

604.81

5S1.23

67S

269.81

7S

0
4,447.75
4,447.75
S17.32
517.32
65
600
6,017.17
1,20S.OO
7,887.17
206,341.8

0
4,42S.76
4,42S.76
S17.32
517.32
433.99
800
6,028.84
1,205.00
8,467.83
210,S41.8
0
450
210,991.8
0
160
160
273.31
273.31
47.25
122.91
0
0
0
170.16

0
4,SOO.OO
4,SOO.OO
7SO
7SO
1,SOO.OO
2,SOO.OO
4,000.00
1,300.00
9,300.00
214,200.00
0
1,000.00
21S,200.00
400
200
600

0
4,346.28
4,346.28
S17.32
S17.32
67S.11
1,800.00
6,333.49
430
9,238.60
210,S41.8

100
0
0
750

300
728.1

100
0
0
7SO

36,777.00
36,777.00
SS,341.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

SS,341.00
4,637.30
3,402.93
8,040.23
85.S
14,503.46
2SO
2,644.20
1,290.66
18,823.82

SS,341.00
S,1SO.OO
3,43S.OO
8,S8S.OO
88
14,700.00
1,000.00
3,13S.OO
1,340.00
20,38.00

SS,341.00
S,310.30
3,402.23
8,712.S3
168
11,998.69
0
2,716.68
1,2S7.74
16,141.11
113,919.44

11S,9S5.91

118,094.77

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

473.87
0
0
473.87

604.81
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.106.S201
101.106.5202
101.106.5239

36,749.44
36,749.44
S5,341.00
0
0
0
S5,341.00
S,86.17
3,401.94
8,S38.11
88
14,610.89
2,SOO.OO
2,991.52
1,299.S9
21,S40.00

3S,889.72
3S,889.72
5S,341.00

34,489.44
34,489.44
SS,341.00
0
0
0
SS,341.00
S,191.88
3,403.02
8,S94.90
168
8,643.66
0
2,450.99
1,267.92
17,S30.S7

FT/PT/EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
SALARIES NON-PENSION EMPLOYEES
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE-SOCIAL SECURITY
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BEN EFITS

33,724.80
33,724.80
SS,341.00
0
0
0

-----

93,502.00
93,502.00
0
0
0
0
0

8,095.00
0

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ATIORNEYS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT COSTS
FILING FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

300
206,641.8
200.86
819.S
1,020.36
3S3.1
3S3.1
4S
450.96
0
0
26.81
S22.77

0
4,3S3.00
4,353.00
S17.32
S17.32
91.53
400
S,229.73
1,205.00
6,926.26
208,441.8
0
S60.44
209,001.S7
134.7
147.34
282.04
374.73
374.73
46
215.34
0
0
0
261.34

TOTAL SERVICES

221,389.60

221,716.26

22S,OOS.S1

231,600.00

22S,764.5S

234,6SS.OO

1,2S8.00

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

338,276.98

343,6S1.S1

3S3,291.00

348,202.91

380,407.00

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL LAW DIRECTOR

1,258.00
1,258.00
337,040.91

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soo
soo
150

soo

0
210,S41.8
5

61
66
327.12
327.12
S0.3
377.8
0
0

4,SOO.OO
4,500.00
7SO
7SO
1,SOO.OO
2,SOO.OO
4,000.00
1,300.00
9,300.00
217,200.00
0
1,000.00
218,200.00
400
2SS
6S5

sao
sao
1SO

sao

Service Director
101.107
5101

SALARIES
147,216 Director
70,155 Adm . Asst.
91,698 Secretary and Clerk
309,069
10,000 Intern
319,069

5321/5322

T&T
10,000 ICMA, OCMA, Misc. as needed,
Trade Mission

2015 Budget
465,140

2016 Budget% Difference


457,239 -1 .73%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SERVICE DIRECTOR
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.107.5101
101.107.5104
101.107.5143
101.107.5144
101.107.5149
101.107.5151
101.107.5161
101.107.5162
101.107.5163
101.107.5164
101.107.5166

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE EXEMPT FROM FLSA
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.107.5201
101.107.5202
101.107.5203
101.107.5207
101.107.5231
101.107.5239
101.107.5251
101.107.5254
101.107.5255

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

101.107.5309
101.107.5316
101.107.5321
101.107.5322
101.107.5323
101.107.5324
101.107.5338
101.107.5339
101.107.5352
101.107.5359
101.107.5363
101.107.5364
101.107.5367
101.107.5369
101.107.5381
101.107.5384
101.107.5386
101.107.5387
101.107.5389
101.107.5395
101.107.5398
101.107.5399

RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

101.107.5631
101.107.5633
101.107.5637
101.107.5639

292,499.18

315,207.69
500
315,707.69

327,258.44
500
327,758.44

318,939.00
500
319,439.00

322,453.05
500
322,953.05

319,069.00
500
319,569.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

40,876.42
40,876.42
336
51,715.23

46,079.19
46,079.19
336
49,475.51

41,247.13
41,247.13

44,725.00
44,725.00
276
57,800.00
1,000.00
10,865.00
4,635.00
74,576.00

44,069 .75
44,069.75
276
48,214.19
2,250.00
9,837.56
4,406.18
64,983.93

44,700.00
44,700.00
280
49,100.00
2,600.00
10,055.00
4,635.00
66,670.00

292,499.18

8,104.43
3,998.61
64,154.27

7,243.09
4,326.56
61,381.16

397,529.87

423,168.04

430,274.74

438,740.00

432,006.73

430,939.00

1,082.39
1,346.33

911.23
1,027.27

1,380.17
1,574.14

1,200.00
1,000.00

1,833.91
2,675.83

1,200.00
1,000.00

597.89

872.15

425.22

800

374.95

800

0
0

182.94
3,209.55

2,810.65

107.22
3,486.75

200
3,200.00

137.98
5,022.67

200
3,200.00

0
0
0
0

30.5

0
0
0
0

91.5

86.75

0
0
0
0

3,301.05

2,897.40

3,486.75

3,200.00

5,053.17

3,200.00

64.53
64.53

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

8,380.67
277
931.11
2,845.32
12,434.10

2,973.66
295.75
950.62
3,531.81
7,751.84

8,381.80
400
1,375.10
2,893.89
13,050.79

8,200.00
1,800.00
1,100.00
2,500.00
13,600.00

7,615.78
1,055.00
949.94
2,423.97
12,044.69

8,200.00
1,800.00
1,100.00
2,500.00
13,600.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,609.00

900

288.41

1,900.00

2,323.60

1,900.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
100

0
0

100

1,609.00
393.16
344.66

900
791.59
14.69

288.41
485.26
291.54

2,000.00
500
100

2,323.60
319.72
236.33

2,000.00
500

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

189.95

256

200

281.47

200

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

8,571.49
9,309.31

7,622.23
8,618.46

6,090.63
7,123.43

6,800.00
7,600.00

9,552.85
10,390.37

6,800.00
7,500.00

23,430.94

17,270.30

20,462.63

23,200.00

24,778.65

23,100.00

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

91.5

86.75

14
14

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL SERVICE DIRECTOR

271
47,041.63
1,000.00
8,433.94
4,522.60
61,269.17

249.99

30.5

19.99
19.99

0
0

952.87

249.99

952.87

0
0
0
0

249.99

952.87

424,261.86

443,585.73

455,176.99

465,140.00

461,838.55

457,239.00

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Engineering
101 .108
5101
45,250
45,000
80 ,826
70,325
65,332
96,508
403,241
12,500
415,741
5,000
7,800
6,900
435,441
2,000
437,441

SALARIES
50% City Engineer (25% ea. Water & Sewer Adm)
50% Asst. City Eng. (25% ea. Water & Sewer Adm)
Project Manager
1 Engineering Technician
Planning & Zoning Manager
2 Zoning Inspectors

90,500
90,000

Co-op ($12,500 for co-op in Water & Sewer)


Summer Intern (for Planning)
1/2 Intern share with Development Office Budget
Health Insurance Opt Out
OT (some reimbursed by TSF)

City Engineer & Asst. City Eng. funded 25% each from Water & Sewer Funds
(changed from 50% each in 2013 when Asst. City Engineer position created)
Clerks funded from Water & Sewer Funds
GIS Technician funded from Water & Sewer Funds starting 2008
1 Engineering Technician moved to 709 Fund (Storm Water) during 2009

5321/5322

5331

T&T
2,400 Engineering and Planning Seminars/Workshops
ARCHITECTS/ENGINEERS
30,000 Routine/Misc.
20,000 W . Main@ Elm/Adams Traffic Study
50,000 (Some design work in-house with Asst. City Eng. position filled)

5339
27,000
23,000
1 ,000
5,000
56,000

2015 Budget
729,409

MISC. SERVICES
Property Mtn. Mowing
If needed, demo/asbestos removal for 2 properties (could be assessed against property tax)
As needed
Misc. Construction testing (soil borings , concrete testing , etc.)

2016 Budget %Difference


753,811 3.24%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES

101.108.S101
101.108.S102
101.108.S104
101.108.S143
101.108.Sl44
101.108.S149
101.108.S1S1
101.108.S161
101.108.S162
101.108.S163
101.108.S164
101.108.S166

101.108.S201
101.108.S202
101.108.S207
101.108.S213
101.108.S231
101.108.S239
101.108.S241
101.108.S243
101.108.S2S1
101.108.S2S4
101.108.S2SS

101.108.S302
101.108.S309
101.108.S313
101.108.S316
101.108.S321
101.108.S322
101.108.S323
101.108.S324
101.108.S331
101.108.S334
101.108.S336
101.108.5338
101.108.S339
101.108.S3S2
101.108.S3S9
101.108.S361
101.108.S363
101.108.5364
101.108.5367
101.108.S369
101.108.5381
101.108.5384
101.108.S386
101.108.S387
101.108.S389
101.108.S39S
101.108.S398
101.108.S399

419,610.64
8S8.7S

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE EXPEMT FROM FLSA
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

375,768.07
1,774.97
0
377,S43.04
43,043.94
23,183.04
0
66,226.98
53,42S.67
53,425.67
490
67,301.82
0
11,547.88
6,146.43
85,486.13

334,825.00
457.5
500
33S,782.50
0
2,246.93
0
2,246.93
49,909.47
49,909.47
430.5
S4,568.03
0
11,191.27
4,691.65
70,881.45

sao

sao

sao

420,969.39
0
0
0
0
S3,145.16
53,14S.16
400.63
43,632.73
1,SOO.OO
8,77S.24
5,906.83
60,21S.43

434,178.00
19,827.00
1,974.00
0
21,801.00
60,78S.OO
60,78S.OO
41S
SS,80S.OO
1,SOO.OO
1S,60S.OO
6,620.00
79,94S.OO

419,281.S4
19,S60.11
1,098.02
0
20,6S8.13
S6,641.9S
56,641.9S
408.14
4S,866.S1
7,116.6S
12,777.17
6,179.17
72,347.64

43S,441.00
2,000.00
500
437,941.00
0
0
0
0
61,245.00
61,24S.OO
420
56,415.00
8,300.00
13,800.00
6,340.00
85,275.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

582,681.82

458,820.35

534,329.98

596,709.00

568,929.26

584,461.00

1,401.85
1,362.75
4,162.31
0
0
430.56
7,357.47
1,629.21
654.61
2,283.82
960.47
8,4S3.3S
0
9,413.82

1,783.97
141.51
2,941.76
0
81.96
1,388.01
6,337.21
742.47
761.81
1,S04.28
1,065.74
6,553.31
0
7,619.05

2,304.98
433.64
3,200.76
0
386.8S
1,332.61
7,6S8.84
1,9S4.14
199.93
2,1S4.07
86.74
6,S82.83
0
6,669.57

1,SOO.OO
500
1,700.00
0
0
7SO
4,4SO.OO
1,2SO.OO
600
1,8SO.OO
0
10,000.00
0
10,000.00

1,602.94
214.S4
1,372.34
0
0
1,044.00
4,233.82
746.99
476.1
1,223.09
291.88
3,S95.80
0
3,887.68

2,250.00

1,750.00
400
8,000.00
0
8,400.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

19,055.11

15,460.54

16,482.48

16,300.00

9,344.S9

16,100.00

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

6,068.04
100.38
6,168.42
0
0
0
70.88
1,313.60
164.96
2,627.00
4,176.44
24,01S.OO
0
0
0
24,093.39
48,108.39
0
4,0S3.96
4,053.96
0
13,686.77
1,192.86
297.94
0
15,177.57
8,04S.38
313.91
2,341.90
0
801.S8
0
0
2,626.80
14,129.S7

S,369.99
0
S,369.99
0
0
0
164.S
990
218.1S
2,638.00
4,010.6S
4,779.00
0
0
0
20,694.77
2S,473.77
0
16,3S8.35
16,3S8.3S
236.79
13,723.99
8,819.29
39.98
4,900.00
27,720.05
3,10S.40
244.08
820.S4
0
462.94
0
0
11,282.17
1S,91S.13

4,808.15
0
4,808.1S
0
0
0
8S8.1
1,653.18
5S6.75
2,339.00
S,407.03
7,672.36
0

6,100.00
100
6,200.00
0
0
0
1,200.00
1,000.00
500
2,SOO.OO
S,200.00
20,000.00
0
0
0
36,000.00
S6,000.00
0
4,000.00
4,000.00
0
1S,OOO.OO
8,600.00

6,100.00
100
6,200.00
0
0
0
1,200.00
1,200.00

308.94
10,460.41

0
0
3,000.00
16,400.00

5,771.9S
0
S,771.9S
0
0
0
1,079.S7
1,60S.OO
4S3.96
3,136.00
6,274.S3
47,181.00
2,2S7.S2
0
0
76,225.72
12S,664.24
0
5,002.SS
S,002.SS
0
2,887.99
S,3S9.90
0
0
8,247.89
S,14S.81
0
1,333.S6
0
1,04S.14
0
0
1,803.60
9,328.11

TOTAL SERVICES

91,814.3S

94,847.94

87,729.86

111,900.00

160,289.27

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING$
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

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0
0
33,482.71
41,15S.07
0
2,143.80
2,143.80
0
18,190.00
5,401.33
0
164.07
23,755.40
9,023.11
193.76
934.6
0
0
0

432,828.00
850

sao
0
24,100.00
10,000.00
400
2,SOO.OO
0

sao

416,826.S1
1,95S.03

sao
1,700.00
0
0
1,500.00
5,950.00
1,250.00

sao

sao
2,750.00
S,6SO.OO
50,000.00
2,SOO.OO
0
0
S6,000.00
108,500.00
0
5,000.00

s,ooo.oo
0
4,000.00
7,000.00

sao
0
11,SOO.OO
10,000.00
400
2,500.00
0
500
0
0
3,000.00
16,400.00
153,2SO.OO

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.108.5511

101.108.5631
101.108.5632
101.108.S633
101.108.S637
101.108.5639

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE

0
0

24
24

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

24

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
3,666.94
0
3,666.94

0
29,457.48
0
2,857.39
10,753.57
43,068.44

0
0
11,132.43
2,662.18
699
14,493.61

0
0
4,500.00
0
0
4,500.00

0
0
3,256.75
2,534.33
0
5,791.08

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

3,666.94

43,068.44

14,493.61

4,500.00

5,791.08

697,218.22

612,221.27

653,035.93

729,409.00

744,354.20

753,811.00

TOTAL ENGINEERING DEPT

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Civil Service
101 .109
5101

SALARIES
3,575 Secretary
300 Commission members
3,875
Misc. Serv.
9,700 Tests, Including Promotional
300 As needed
10,000

5339

2015 Budget
15,960

2016 Budget% Difference


16,410 2.74%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION


OFFICIAL- MARYLYNN MOUSER
101.109.S101
101.109.51S1
101.109.5164
101.109.5166

101.109.5201
101.109.5202
101.109.5231
101.109.5239

101.109.5321
101.109.5322
101.109.5324
101.109.5339
101.109.5343
101.109.5363
101.109.5381
101.109.5384
101.109.5386
101.109.5395
101.109.5399

101.109.5637
101.109.5639

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PER$


SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSIONS
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

3,643.01
3,643.01
S07.74
S07.74
114.87
52.8
167.67

3,700.79
3,700.79
64S.63
64S.63
102.94
53.63
156.57

3,795.14
3,795.14
487.19
487.19
111.9
54.96
166.86

3,87S.OO
3,875.00
S4S
S4S
130
60
190

3,874.9S
3,874.9S
540.32
540.32
127.28
56.16
183.44

3,87S.OO
3,875.00
S45
54S
130
60
190

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

4,318.42

4,502.99

4,449.19

4,610.00

4,598.71

4,610.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

50
0
0
0
50

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

50

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT REPORTER FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
822
822
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,248.00
0
102
1,350.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
756.8
0
204
960.8

0
0
0
0
9,147.50
9,147.50
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,000.00
0
92.5
1,092.50

0
200
0
200
10,000.00
10,000.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,000.00
0
100
1,100.00

0
0
0
0
20,195.52
20,195.52
0
0
0
0
0
0
284.57
0
1,037.00
1,321.57

0
200
0
200
10,000.00
10,000.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,000.00
0
600
1,600.00

TOTAL SERVICES

2,172.00

960.8

10,240.00

11,300.00

21,517.09

11,800.00

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

523
0
523

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

523

7,013.42

5,463.79

14,689.19

15,960.00

26,115.80

16,410.00

TOTAL CIVIL SERVICE

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wu

W12
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

w~

WM
COMBINED
EXPENSES

CURRENT
BUDGET

w~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

w~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

PlANNING DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- PlANNING DIRECTOR
101.112.5101
101.112.5102
101.112.5143
101.112.5144
101.112.5149
101.112.5151
101.112.5161
101.112.5162
101.112.5164
101.112.5165
101.112.5166

101.112.5201
101.112.5202
101.112.5207
101.112.5231
101.112.5239
101.112.5251
101.112.5254

101.112.5302
101.112.5316
101.112.5321
101.112.5322
101.112.5323
101.112.5324

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PER$
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PER$ PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHILCLES

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

101.112.5352
101.112.5359

CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE

101.112.5363
101.112.5364
101.112.5369

MAINT. MACH/EQUIP.
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

101.112.5381
101.112.5384
101.112.5386
101.112.5387
101.112.5389
101.112.5395
101.112.5398
101.112.5399

POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL PlANNING DEPARTMENT

101.112.5334
101.112.5338
101.112.5339

101.112.5511

101.112.5631
101.112.5632
101.112.5633
101.112.5637
101.112.5639

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0
0

0
0
0

Human Resources
101.113
5101

SALARIES
53,783 Asst SD (50% of salary, 25% in each Water
Fund 710.660 and Sewer Fund 711 .670)
3,985 Sec (1 mo.)
37,962 Clerk-Typist A (11 mo)
95,730
29,860 Retirement payout
125,590

100%
107,566

5338

PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT


16,000 Part time from temp agency

5399

OTHER EXPENSES FOR OPERATION


5,000 Possible Health Clinic Set up (1/5 also in 101 .101 , Tax 204, Water B&C 710.661,
Sewer B&C 711 .671)
10,000 Training software
15,000

2015 Budget
138,656

2016 Budget % Difference


206,505 32.86%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- THOMAS FUNDERBURG
101.113.5101
101.113.5102
101.113.5143
101.113.5144
101.113.5149
101.113.5151
101.113.S161
101.113.5162
101.113.5163
101.113.5164
101.113.5165
101.113.5166

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.113.5201
101.113.5202
101.113.5207
101.113.5239

101.113.S302
101.113.5309
101.113.5316
101.113.5321
101.113.5322
101.113.5323
101.113.5324
101.113.5336
101.113.5338
101.113.5339
101.113.5363
101.113.5369
101.113.5381
101.113.5384
101.113.5386
101.113.S389
101.113.S39S
101.113.5399

98,170.19

99,945.58

101,082.00

103,183.73

92,034.70

98,170.19

99,945.58

101,082.00

103,183.73

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

95,730.00
22,650.00
7,210.00

12,863.18
12,863.18
126
11,271.80

14,454.51
14,454.51
126
11,649.91

12,656.44
12,656.44
101.56
12,082.52
500
2,844.33

14,155.00
14,155.00
104
13,800.00
41,500.00
3,440.00

14,117.56
14,117.56
103.44
12,389.67
1,100.00
3,176.49

2,765.88

2,490.93

0
0

95,730.00

0
29,860.00
13,410.00
13,410.00
115
22,495.00
3,900.00
3,960.00

1,296.99
15,460.67

1,391.46
15,658.30

1,404.33
16,932.74

1,465.00
60,309.00

1,426.52
18,196.12

1,825.00
32,295.00

120,358.55

128,283.00

129,534.76

175,546.00

135,497.41

171,295.00

1,301.54
496.18
383.5

913.63
522.31
162.66

767.61

1,000.00
750
500

863.66
527.46

1,000.00
750
500

2,250.00

1,391.12

2,250.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

2,181.22

1,598.60

189.48
957.09

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

2,181.22

1,598.60

957.09

2,2SO.OO

1,391.12

2,250.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

60

0
0
0
0
0
0

99.43

80

100

so

100
100

410
410

160
240

320
380

160
260

0
0
149.43

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

1,692.25
1,692.25

518.75
518.75

398.7
398.7

500
500

1,260.15
1,260.15

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

100

0
0

1,000.00

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

101.113.S631
101.113.5633
101.113.5637
101.113.5639

92,034.70

14.34
14.34

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

220.96

2,337.55

0
0

0
0

220.96

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

800.25

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL PERSONNEL DEPT

0
0

100

0
1,000.00

0
160
360

0
16,000.00
500
16,500.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

221.23

1,100.00

221.23

15,000.00
16,100.00

758.75

778.7

1,860.00

1,630.81

32,960.00

810.81

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

800.25

185
995.81

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

800.2S

995.81

125,677.S7

131,636.16

131,270.55

179,656.00

138,519.34

206,505.00

Page 47

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

HUMAN RELATIONS COMM


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR

101.114.5201
101.114.5202

101.114.5309
101.114.5321
101.114.5339
101.114.5381
101.114.5384
101.114.5399

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL HUMAN RELATIONS COMM

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MIS

101 .118
5101

SALARIES
25%
23,619 MIS Director
13,230 MIS Technician
36,849

100%
94,476
52,920

* 25% EA MIS, WATER ADM, SEWER ADM, STORM WATER

5207

5321/5322

5339

5633

2015 Budget
91,547

COMPUTER SUPPLIES
15,000 Software license renewals for Symantec Endpoint,
GoToMyPC, Cisco, backup, Malware
10,000 Routine as needed
25,000
T&T
2,000 Training and recertification as needed
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
1,500 As needed
3,000 On line backup
4,500
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
25,000 Dispatch Radios

2016 Budget % Difference


166,614 45.05%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

MIS
OFFICIAL- RICHARD OAK
101.118.5101
101.118.5102
101.118.5104
101.118.5143
101.118.5144
101.118.5151
101.118.5161
101.118.5162
101.118.5163
101.118.5164
101.118.5166

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE
SALARIES & WAGES W/PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER COMPENSATIONS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.118.5201
101.118.5204
101.118.5207
101.118.5213
101.118.5231
101.118.5239
101.118.5251
101.118.5254

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIAL & SUPPLIES
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIAL & SUPPLIES

101.118.5309
101.118.5321
101.118.5322
101.118.5323
101.118.5324
101.118.5335
101.118.5339
101.118.5363
101.118.5364
101.118.5381
101.118.5384
101.118.5389
101.118.5399

101.118.5631
101.118.5633
101.118.5637
101.118.5639

22,510.20

30.419.01

39,400.96

36,592.00

37,729.57

36,849.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

22,510.20

30,419.01

39,400.96

36,592.00

37,729.57

36,849.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3,146.69
3,146.69
21
3,372.48

4,374.89
4,374.89
33.25
5,510.14

5,125.00
5,125.00
38
8,267.00
250
1,245.00
530
10,330.00

5,145.60
5,145.60
34.32
7,259.44
1,112.50
1,246.09
503.67
10,156.02

5,160.00
5,160.00
35
7,360.00
1,300.00
1,170.00
540
10,405.00

673.02
307.71
4,374.21

590.55
415.21
6,549.15

5,004.46
5,004.46
33.68
7,053.30
250
856.09
S36.11
8,729. 18

30,031.10

41,343.05

53,134.60

52,047.00

53,031.19

52,414.00

402.01

607.11
33.47
20,497.06

1,033.46
22.87
16,798.59

1,000.00

565.67
25.96
31,978.40

1,000.00

0
17,725.52

0
25,000.00

0
25,000.00

523.32
148.92
18,799 .77
311.97

247.24
412.82
21,797.70
100.95

56.13
197.39
18,108.44

501.26
563.91
33,635.20

700
1,000.00
27,700.00

311.97

100.95

0
0
0

700
1,000.00
27,700.00
300
300

0
0
0

0
0
0

19,111.74

21,898.65

18,108.44

28,000.00

33,635.20

27,700.00

121.89
121.89
2,025.62

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

10

20

99.5
33.95
143.45

138.95
198.5
357.45

1,000.00
1,000.00
300
500
2,800.00
2,000.00
4,500.00
6,500.00
500

0
0
0

RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSH IPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EDP CONSULTANTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP.
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

1,796.26

374.66

1,324.55

TOTAL SERVICES

5,391.60

597.11

0
0

0
0
99.5
2,125.12

1,133.33
1,133.33

79
79

4,646.24
4,646.24

0
215
215
49.71

0
0
0

0
0
0

31.43

51.3

1,746.55

343.23

1,273.25

0
500
200
500
1,000.00

400
198

0
598

0
0
0
0
0
0
124.43

1,000.00
1,000.00
300
500
2,800.00
2,000.00
4,500.00
6,500.00
500

0
500
200
200
1,300.00

1,700.00

2,190.81
66.71
2,381.95

1,700.00

6,328.24

11,500.00

2,979.95

11,500.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

75,000.00

5,375.73

5,224.34

1,918.85

0
0

0
0

1,918.85

75,000.00

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

5,375.73

5,224.34

7,985.84
1,327.07
9,312.91

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

5,375.73

5,224.34

9,312.91

1,918.85

75,000.00

59,910.17

69,063.15

86,884.19

91,547.00

91,565.19

166,614.00

TOTAL MIS

Page 50

City Beautification
101.125

MTN. OTHER
10,000 I-75/SR41- trim, replace , maintenance of trees, shrubs and flowers
19,555 Planting annuals- E Main point, fountain bed, Prouty Plaza, corner parks;
Street planters- library, Summit, City Hall;
Baskets on Market St. Bridge and DT poles, liners for baskets
(includes $2,555 to be spent for flowers if additional baskets added in area of
Adams St. Phase 2 Project)
7,500 Annual beds to be weeded and fertilized by mid-May through Oct.
7,935 Trimming and weeding beds at W. Market, E. Main gazebo, parking lots at Cherry
and Franklin Streets, Senior Citizens, Fountain Area
8,310 Mtn. of Levee beds- incl. replacing plantings in spring, summer, fall (Chaney)
8,000 Christmas lighting - lights for DT trees, replacement lights and ornaments for
large tree, replace bulbs on levee lights, replace garlands and swags as needed,
trees on Prouty Plaza; includes $1,300 for banners/wreaths only related to Tl
4,000 Contractor to place and remove lights on trees on levee
5,000 Phasing in replacement of lights with LED lighting. Current style lights are expected
to be unavailable within 4-5 yr. Total cost est. $25,000. This would be lights for levee,
DT- not large Christmas tree.
70,300

5369

2015 Budget
70,300

2016 Budget % Difference


71,600 1.82%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CllY BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFElY DIRECTOR

101.125.5201
101.125.5202
101.125.5239

101.125.5369
101.125.5381
101.125.5386
101.125.5395
101.125.5399

101.125.5612
101.125.5639

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
214.92
214.92

0
0
2,136.53
2,136.53

0
0
0
0

0
0
1,300.00
1,300.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
1,300.00
1,300.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

214.92

2,136.53

1,300.00

1,300.00

MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
ADVERTISING
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

54,902.10
54,902.10
0
0
0
0
0

76,647.19
76,647.19
0
0
0
0
0

49,936.15
49,936.15
0
0
0
0
0

69,000.00
69,000.00
0
0
0
0
0

72,479.00
72,479.00
0
0
0
0
0

70,300.00
70,300.00
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

54,902.10

76,647.19

49,936.15

69,000.00

72,479.00

70,300.00

STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS


BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

55,117.02

78,783.72

49,936.15

70,300.00

72,479.00

71,600.00

TOTAL CllY BEAUTIFICATION

Page 51

101.216

Fire Department

5101
102,000
176,338
255,767
2,261 ,772
2,795,877
4,500
2,800,377
48,689
6,480
100,000
0
2,955,546
100,000
3,055,546
237,905
3,293,45 1
5243
26,865
1,000
750
500
1,000
30,115
5321 -5322

SALARIES
Chief
Assistant Chief- 2
Platoon Commander- 3
Firefighters- 32 on shifts
Health Ins. Opt. Out
Secretary
EIP
Holiday Pay
PT
OT
Retirement payout for 4

SAFETY CLOTHING EQUIPMENT


Replacement Bunker Gear for 9 @ $2,985
Replacement SCBA Face Pieces if needed
Replacement Helmets if needed
Replacement Hoods if needed
Replacement Gloves if needed
Total

T&T
41 ,166 Paramedic Refresher Class per contract, trench rescue/swift water rescue/
confined space/vehicle & machinery rescue/crash rescue/etc. courses, IAFC/OFC
conferences, Inspection courses, State Certified required classes, staff dev.

5334

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
15,000 Strategic planning process to include feasibility study of Station 1.

5336

HEALTH SERVICES
35,500 Annual physicals, blood work - all present personnel
1,000 Medical testing not covered by Workers Compensation
1,000 Hepatitis B and other immunizations
37,500

5339

MISC. SERVICES
95,000 Contractual Ambulance Billing (has revenue offset)

5361
15,000
8,690
2,940
7,500
15,020
49,150
5367

MTN. OF FACILITIES
Routine with 3 stations
Water Heater Replacement, Sta. 1
Exterior Light Replacement, Sta. 1
Renovations at Sta. 2 -create new clerical area -cost of materials
AC/Fumace Replacement at Sta. 3

MTN. OF COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT


12,750 Routine

5399
2,500
4,000
1,500
2,000
9, 750
2,760
22,510

OTHER EXPENSES FOR OPERATION


Replacement of minor tools
Replacement hose if needed
Replacement nozzles and fittings if needed
Replacement rescue equipment if needed
15 sections of 5" LDH hose
Investigation tools, equipment & evidence collection supplies

5631

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


2,500 Office Fum. For administrative headquarters at Sta . 2
3,200 Replace 9 sets of mattresses/box springs due to end of life
5,700

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
7,000 Mobile EPCR (electronic patient care reporting) & analytlcs for reporting

5639

5361

5631

OTHER EQUIPMENT
19,260 Power cot/chair (Subject to grant applications, $10,700 BWC grant for 1 cot,
$8,600 AFG Grant for 2 cots- City share budgeted for both grants. Cot cost $42,000 ea.)
21,080 New equipment/modifications to 2013 Tanker
6,370 Replace 1 thermal imaging camera
19,600 Replace fitness equipment at all 3 stations
8,200 Boat Trailer, 2-tier to hold flat bottom boat & inflatable zodiac boat
74,510
REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED
MTN. OF FACILITIES
14,400 Station 3, Concrete repairs, apparatus approach (Funded In Fund 218)
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
1,700 Replace 4 recliners at Sta. 2

2015 Budget
2016 Budget
%Difference
5,732,487
5,462,073 -4.95%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

FIRE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- MATI SIMMONS
101.216.5101
101.216.5102
101.216.5111
101.216.5112
101.216.5114
101.216.5115
101.216.5143
101.216.5144
101.216.5149
101.216.5151
101.216.5152
101.216.5161
101.216.5162
101.216.5163
101.216.5164
101.216.5165
101.216.5166

101.216.5201
101.216.5202
101.216.5203
101.216.5207
101.216.5209
101.216.5213
101.216.5231
101.216.5239
101.216.5241
101.216.5243
101.216.5244
101.216.5251
101.216.5253
101.216.52S4
101.216.5255

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ P-F PENSION
OVERTIME W/ P-F PENSION
HOLIDAY PAY W/ P-F PENSION
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE W/ PENSN
SALARIES/WAGES W/ P-F PENSION
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY SHARE-P/F PENSIONS
CITY/S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

44,724.00
0
44,724.00
2,406, 774.68
193,698.03
90,026.09
4,376.54
2,694,875.34
33,975.87
3,203.43
0
37,179.30
6,25 1.93
665,685.31
671,937.24
3,087.00
496,688.89
0
86,415.09
0
37,484.90
623,675.88

45,716.16
0
45,716.16
2,571,332.58
149,489.65
96,142.86
4,398.33
2,821,363.42
0
0
0
0
6,882.11
840,938.17
847,820.28
3,269.00
566,462.27
0
74,385.82
0
39,633.59
683,750.68

47,396.80
0
47,396.80
2,658,571.09
172,268.07
100,162.16
6,996.87
2,937,998.19
41,718.85
6,341.16
0
48,060.01
6,122.84
627,591.08
633,713.92
2,602.00
522,184.18
22,583.33
81,975.81
0
41,780.82
671,126.14

48,689.00
0
48,689.00
2,802,373.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
6,480.00
3,008,853.00
132,000.00
45,000.00
0
177,000.00
6,820.00
723,700.00
730,520.00
2,695.00
537,780.00
46,250.00
110,200.00
0
47,000.00
743,925.00

48,659.54
0
48,659.54
2, 711,007.07
185,218.37
105,654.69
7,373.83
3,009,253.96
55,751.71
16,462.48
0
72,214.19
6,800.68
714,623.26
721,423.94
2,645.00
450,404.87
56,483.36
96,234.22
0
42,547.30
648,314.75

48,685.00
0
48,685.00
2,800,377.00
100,000.00
100,000.00
6,480.00
3,006,857.00
160,905.00
77,000.00
0
237,905.00
6,820.00
745,645.00
752,465.00
2,730.00
451,800.00
71,150.00
106,930.00
0
49,250.00
681,860.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

4,072,391.76

4,398,650.54

4,338,295.06

4, 708,987.00

4,499,866.38

4, 727,772.00

483.84
188.18
9,974.12
5,443 .45
1,758.76
6,844.89
7,188.16
3,531.13
35,412.53
27,219.38
20,377.98
784.82
48,382.18
36,878.49
32,018.84
5,916.10
388.3
75,201.73

S39.05
459.76
11,976.59
2,946.83
1,751.00
6,469.70
10,047.06
5,594.63
39,784.62
29,871.24
15,570.72
306.13
45,748.09
42,293.58
27,025.25
7,129.35
1,435.63
77,883.81

502.22
285.53
11,657.31
3,238.30
900
7,760.17
8,875.96
4,257.68
37,477.17
28,918.65
30,941.55
354.91
60,215.11
7,196.73
27,691.44
5,932.57
368.7
41,189.44

500
500
12,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
6,500.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
38,300.00
28,700.00
34,490.00
1,000.00
64,190.00
0
27,000.00
6,500.00
2,000.00
35,500.00

560.3
60
12,566.12
1,565.13
1,786.01
7,458.82
11,418.50
4,328.29
39,743.17
29,755.08
33,662.69
582.74
64,000.51
3,901.45
22,086.04
4,114.04
1,906.52
32,008.05

500
500
15,000.00
2,000.00
1,800.00
7,500.00
10,000.00
5,000.00
42,300.00
28,700.00
30,115.00
1,000.00
59,815.00
7,500.00
28,350.00
6,850.00
2,000.00
44,700.00

158,996.44

163,416.52

138,881.72

137,990.00

135,751.73

146,815.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

Page 53

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.216.5302
101.216.5309
101.216.5311
101.216.5312
101.216.5313
101.216.5315
101.216.5316
101.216.5321
101.216.5322
101.216.5323
101.216.5324
101.216.5331
101.216.5334
101.216.5335
101.216.5336
101.216.5337
101.216.5338
101.216.5339
101.216.5351
101.216.5352
101.216.5359
101.216.5361
101.216.5363
101.216.5364
101.216.5365
101.216.5367
101.216.5369
101.216.5374
101.216.5381
101.216.5383
101.216.5384
101.216.5387
101.216.5389
101.216.5395
101.216.5398
101.216.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
MUTUAL AID CONTRACT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BIILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

101.216.5511
101.216.5512
101.216.5541

101.216.5611
101.216.5631
101.216.5632
101.216.5633
101.216.5637
101.216.5639

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2,046.00
121.89
2,167.89
7,637.74
38,311.92

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

2,201.00

2,232.00

2,500.00

2,312.52

2,201.00
8,543.66
29,081.78

2,232.00
10,185.03
37,310.16

2,500.00
12,000.00
37,000.00

2,312.52
10,314.80
40,678.64

2,600.00
16,500.00
44,500.00

0
0

0
0

0
61,000.00
13,675.00
27,491.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
46,666.00

2,600.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

45,949.66
22.95
12,825.00
1,860.00
2,047.00
16,754.95

37,625.44
651.71
10,295.00
1,859.68
1,789.50
14,595.89

47,495.19
933.46
15,714.37
1,934.27
2,766.99
21,349.09

49,000.00
5,110.00
10,785.00
2,500.00
2,000.00
20,395.00

50,993.44
3,399.58
6,299.58
2,160.52
2,543.00
14,402.68

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

21,500.00

15,000.00

25,179.89

31,328.10

29,690.60

36,500.00

32,642.26

37,500.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

88,676.85
113,856.74

86,892.36
118,220.46

84,414.55
114,105.15

95,000.00
131,500.00

82,000.28
136,142.54

95,000.00
147,500.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

31,209 .62
31,209.62
11,678.12
6,628.28
29,280.88

26,263.50
26,263.50
11,150.84
8,799.20
60,393.16

10,228.06
10,228.06
13,449.48
11,943.91
144,471.48

25,000.00
25,000.00
33,675.00
13,500.00
95,250.00
2,000.00
12,000.00
1,500.00
157,925.00
2,600.00
2,600.00
500

23,867.13
23,867.13
45,499.09
14,579.36
91,802.96

0
25,000.00
25,000.00
49,150.00
15,000.00
95,000.00
2,000.00
12,750.00
2,000.00
175,900.00
2,600.00
2,600.00
500

10,590.91
18
58,196.19
2,569.42
2,569.42
470.94

8,163.28
589.02
89,095.50
2,549.11
2,549.11
342.3

10,374.85
1,290.63
181,530.35
2,380.87
2,380.87
319.38

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

1,016.81

10,198.96

10,020.61

400
100
5,000.00

0
0

1,500.00
24,830.00
32,330.00

849.13
26,470.18
36,528.08

1,500.00
22,510.00
36,010.00

0
10,207.24
1,485.50
163,574.15
2,000.02
2,000.02
153.95

0
0
0
9,054.82

0
400
100
11,000.00

1,324.82
8,744.07
11,556.64

7,045.75
17,587.01

47.5
19,727.11
30,114.60

282,261.11

308,137.91

409,435.31

421,250.00

429,820.56

497,276.00

3,349.90

3,000.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND-PRIOR YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE
REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

986.63

4,435.31

3,000.00

378.61

3,349.90

986.63

4,435.31

3,000.00

378.61

3,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

3,349.90

986.63

4,435.31

3,000.00

378.61

3,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

7,000.00
605,000.00

7,626.80
596,930.20

5,700.00

0
0

0
0

BUILDINGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL FIRE DEPT

2,899.50
569,109.41

77,625.00

6,862.00

299.97
11,912.55
584,221.43

352.89
12,647.75
90,625.64

28,260.00
640,260.00

5,648.70
33,132.28
643,337.98

7,000.00
74,510.00
87,210.00

6,862.00

584,221.43

90,625.64

640,260.00

643,337.98

87,210.00

4,523,861.21

5,455,413.03

4,981,673.04

5,911,487.00

5,709,155.26

5,462,073.00

6,862.00

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Police Department
101.217
5101
112,570
264,763
488,754
2,231,619
3,097,706
39,062
3,136,768
13,000
132,000
12,000
3,293,768
190,000
3,483,768
107,000
3,590,768

SALARIES
Chief
Captains - 3
Sergeants- 6
Officers - budgeted at 33
Clerk - 1
EIP
Holiday Pay
Opt Out
OT
Retirements- 3

Note- revenue offset of $10,000 from schools for DARE/SRO and


partial grant to offset DARE costs

5321 -5322

T&T
20,000 Training: State Mandated, GALEA Conference, Staff Development,
others as needed. (One time supervisory training budgeted $9,000 in 236 Fund)

5338

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS


60,000 Temp Agency- sec and custodian, plus PT Temp for records at
20 hrs. a week

5361

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
25,000 Routine, as needed

5363

MTN. MACHINERY/EQUIPMENT
11 ,000 Routine
5,000 Mtn. contract for in-Car Video Systems (factory warranty expiring)
16,000

5399

OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS


12,000 National Night Out; crime prevention materials;
prisoner expenses; other items as needed
2,000 Misc.
14,000

5632

VEHICLES
110,000 Replace 3 vehicles per rotation, plus eq.
25,000 Unmarked Vehicle- replace '99 Dodge Intrepid
135,000

5639

5361

5639

2015 Budget
5,776,983

OTHER EQUIPMENT
20,000 Telephone recording system , with new phone system

REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


MTN. OF FACILITIES
20,000 PD exterior foundation repairs, East/West side of building
(Funded in 218 Municipal Real Property Fund)
OTHER EQUIPMENT
7,000 Document shredder, repl. one 30 years old (Funded in 235 Drug Law
Enforcement Fund)

2016 Budget % Difference


5,701,583 -1.32%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

POLICE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- CHARLES PHELPS

101.217.5101
101.217.5102
101.217.5111
101.217.5112
101.217.5114
101.217.5115
101.217.5143
101.217.5144
101.217.5149
101.217.5151
101.217.5152
101.217.5161
101.217.5162
101.217.5163
101.217.5164
101.217.5165
101.217.5166

101.217.5201
101.217.5202
101.217.5203
101.217.5204
101.217.5207
101.217.5208
101.217.5209
101.217.5210
101.217.5212
101.217.5213
101.217.5231
101.217.5239
101.217.5241
101.217.5242
101.217.5243
101.217.5244
101.217.5251
101.217.5252
101.217.5253
101.217.5254
101.217.5255

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ P-F PENSION
OVERTIME W/ P-F PENSION
HOLIDAY PAY W/ P-F PENSION
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE W/ PENSN
SALARIES/WAGES W/ P-F PENSION
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY SHARE-P/F PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

129,002.73
5,649.87
134,652.60
2,629,116.56
136,410.33
120,468.24
10,343.82
2,896,338.95
38,062.24
28,533.72
0
66,595,96
10,664.77
593,138.63
603,803.40
3,318.00
602,697.11
0
93,222.08
0
36,271.04
735,508.23

43,298.62
431.06
43,729.68
2,779,350.08
194,301.41
121,614.32
12,254.67
3,107,520.48
0
2,229.24
0
2,229.24
5,024.71
756,304.70
761,329.41
3,318.00
648,995.35
0
81,392.35
0
38,625.75
772,331.45

38,292.33
0
38,292.33
2,914,589.45
162,570.25
129,590.29
12,723.21
3,219,473.20
43,304.51
25,771.36
0
69,075 .87
4,934.73
548,655.20
553,589.93
2,814.75
619,954.66
26,500.00
89,410.84
0
40,468.36
779,148.61

39,063.00
1,000.00
40,063.00
2,946,640.00
189,000.00
132,000.00
13,000.00
3,280,640.00
97,350.00
31,350.00
0
128,700.00
5,470.00
682,530.00
688,000.00
3,040.00
609,920.00
55,250.00
124,710.00
0
53,185.00
846,105.00

39,036.16
0
39,036.16
2,945,317.24
165,782.28
128,265.20
15,490.11
3,254,854.83
106,393.94
42,505.21
0
148,899.15
5,455.86
622,363.59
627,819.45
2,806.00
479,751.21
50,616.64
103,440.12
0
43,214.92
679,828.89

39,062.00
1,000.00
40,062.00
3,109, 706.00
189,000.00
132,000.00
13,000.00
3,443,706.00
85,000.00
22,000.00
0
107,000.00
5,470.00
671,720.00
677,190.00
3,080.00
520,700.00
72,700.00
113,120.00
0
52,100.00
761,700.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

4,436,899.14

4,687,140.26

4,659,579.94

4,983,508.00

4,750,438.48

5,029,658.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
EVIDENCE
TRAINING SUPPLIES
FOOD
LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE (AUX.)
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS/VEHICLES

1,776.35
1,555.19
0
0
8,433.24
0
174.5
103.3
12,137.70
3,060.62
137.62
1,273.77
28,652.29
31,123.60
950.03
239.8
248.24
32,561.67
4,099.99
0
0
104,879.85
79.84
109,059.68

1,944.91
2,713.63
0
0
5,573.45
0
0
226.53
29,918.23
5,034.67
0
5,108.25
50,519.67
38,179.01
4,853.16
982.33
507.47
44,521.97
1,777.59
0
891.75
83,038.06
0
85,707.40

1,913.82
3,360.94
0
0
10,553.53
0
0
225 .51
20,641.98
6,235.10
0
2,954.54
45,885.42
45,941.42
845.72
0
972.66
47,759.80
2,174.38
0
489.83
77,486.74
0
80,150.95

3,000.00
4,500.00
0
0
7,000.00
0
500
200
19,000.00
5,500.00
125
3,800.00
43,625.00
38,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
500
42,000.00
100
0
600
100,000.00
0
100,700.00

2,995.20
2,456.36
0
0
7,805.59
0
539.74
293.89
20,675.04
5,224.42
53.95
3,906.69
43,950.88
44,511.32
1,654.77
1,000.00
710.33
47,876.42
1,769.51
0
355.38
60,930.95
0
63,055.84

3,000.00
4,500.00
0
0
7,000.00
0
600
250
21,000.00
5,500.00
125
4,000.00
45,975.00
46,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
800
50,300.00
500
0
700
90,000.00
0
91,200.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

170,273.64

180,749.04

173,796.17

186,325.00

154,883.14

187,475.00

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wu
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.217.5302
101.217.5309
101.217.5311
101.217.5312
101.217.5313
101.217.5315
101.217.5316
101.217.5321
101.217.5322
101.217.5323
101.217.5324
101.217.5334
101.217.5335
101.217.5336
101.217.5337
101.217.5338
101.217.5339
101.217.5351
101.217.5352
101.217.5359
101.217.5361
101.217.5363
101.217.5364
101.217.5365
101.217.5367
101.217.5369
101.217.5374
101.217.5381
101.217.5383
101.217.5384
101.217.5387
101.217.5389
101.217.5395
101.217.5397
101.217.5398
101.217.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
MUTUAL AID CONTRACT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFFESIONAL/CONSULTING SVCS
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
MISC. LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPENSE
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

101.217.5539
101.217.5542

101.217.5611
101.217.5631
101.217.5632
101.217.5633
101.217.5637
101.217.5639

6,072.00
315.48
6,387.48
9,776.28
36,985.66

w~

WM
COMBINED
EXPENSES

CURRENT
BUDGET

w~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

w~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

6,000.85

5,258.55

7,000.00

6,000.85
5,745 .16
27,288.22

5,258.55
3,192.56
27,996.87

7,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

46,761.94
6,735.38
4,330.00
2,869.14
2,246.50
16,181.02
4,065.00

33,033 .38
5,507.84
3,517.00
2,760.00
1,198.00
12,982.84
4,195.00

31,189.43
5,980.10
8,125.80
2,760.00
1,324.00
18,189.90
4,486.05

40,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
1,400.00
25,400.00
6,000.00

32,677.86
8,244.33
7,993.00
2,530.50
850
19,617.83
130

36,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
1,500.00
25,500.00
6,000.00

0
0

3,090.34
29,587.52

7,000.00

0
7,000.00
6,000.00
30,000.00

350

865

4,763.00

4,000.00

4,979.18

6,000.00

3S,194.S9
12,601.98
52,211.57

57,321.91
11,346.74
73,728.65

47,424.05
10,607.06
67,280.16

60,000.00
9,000.00
79,000.00

56,738.32
7,658.08
69,505.58

60,000.00
11,000.00
83,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

36,261.42
36,261.42
13,960.21
9,595.45
28,680.46

28,183.59
28,183.59
18,159.48
11,073.02
27,030.13

11,054.49
11,054.49
15,348.19
10,068.47
19,842.29

25,000.00
25,000.00
18,000.00
11,000.00
19,700.00

26,375.59
26,375.59
43,871.84
6,680.07
26,573.60

27,000.00
27,000.00
25,000.00
16,000.00
23,000.00

10,319.95

8,410.82

12,680.71

12,000.00

15,090.04

16,000.00

62,556.07
2,537.25
2,537.25
895.26

64,673.45
2,491.44
2,491.44
753.99

57,939.66
2,349.44
2,349.44
662.3

60,700.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
1,600.00

92,215.55
1,976.49
1,976.49
1,786.98

80,000.00
2,500.00
2,500.00
1,600.00

257.88

20,997.55

23,212.80

27,229.67

750
100
24,000.00

230

0
0
0

750
100
27,000.00

918.09

0
32,428.94

25,101.50

20,400.00

21,050.00

24,000.00

23,608.78

25,000.00

10,161.43
58,073.83

10,173.25
54,540.04

13,830.61
63,030.46

13,100.00
63,550.00

12,988.24
71,042.94

14,000.00
68,450.00

280,970.58

275,634.24

256,292.09

303,150.00

313,411.84

329,450.00

REFUND-PRIOR YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
OTHER DAMAGES
JUDGEMENTS DAMAGES & CLAIMS
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

50
50

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

50

BUILDINGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

49,923.39

225,539.40

120,000.00

100,002.00

135,000.00

134,375.50
22,905.00

18,922.55

999.9

0
0
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES
101.217.5512

W13
COMBINED
EXPENSES

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL POLICE DEPT

0
0
0

0
0

68,845.94

226,539.30

157,280.50

120,000.00

100,002.00

20,000.00
155,000.00

68,845.94

226,539.30

157,280.50

120,000.00

100,002.00

155,000.00

4,956,989.30

5,370,112.84

5,246,948.70

5,592,983.00

5,318, 735.46

5, 701,583.00

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Park Department
101.440
5101
73,185
53,048
53,048
91 ,312
52,166
37,170
359,929
9,000
368,929

5309

5321/5322

5338

OT

RENTS/LEASE -OTHER
3,000 Port-a-lets various recreational programs/spec. events
T&T
Ohio Turf grass Conference for certification
Tree Care Industry Expo for Arborist Certification
Misc. One Day Seminars
Ohio Park & Rec. Conf.
1,700 Total not to exceed this amount- seminars required for certification
PERSONALSERV. CONTRACTS
48,000 Temporary employees through employment services

5339
9,000
2,000
10,000
3,000
7,500
12,000
750
44,250
5361
5,000
4,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
3,500
15,000
39,500
5602

SALARIES
Superintendent
Light Equipment Operator
Park Maintenance Worker
Laborers - 2
Serviceman
Arborist (new position Est in 2014)

MISC. SERVICES
Park Tree Spraying
Transfer Station Fees
Park General Turf Fertilization
Irrigation system services and repairs
Pond treatment (Duke, Kings Chapel , Carriage Crossing)
Park Athletic Turf Fertilization
Shop towels/entrance mats

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Mulch for various parks for safety
Duke Park - Recondition one athletic field
Duke Park- Relamp athletic field lights, repair outages
Duke Park - Repair parking lot lights as needed
Misc. - painting of soccer goals, football goals, fences
Tree Replacement Program (approx. 35 trees)
Paving portions of bike path , pave Archer Park back parking lot

LAND IMPROVEMENTS
6,500 Replace 1" waterline w/4" waterline for restroom at Barn in the Park
(1/2 cost, 50% responsibility of TCT, City staff to install Pro bono)

5611

BUILDINGS
45,000 Archer Park restroom construction - 1/2 cost, half in 228 P&R Cap lmpr.

5632

VEHICLES
60,000 Replace 2001 Dodge Truck w/1-Ton truck, salt box, salt spreader, plow

5633

MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT


8,500 60" zero turn mower
11 ,000 Toro Workman utility vehicle & ballfield groomer to replace JD Gator
19,500

2015 Budget
890,153

2016 Budget % Difference


986,804 9.79%

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2012

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

PARK DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- JEREMY DRAKE
101.440.5101
101.440.5102
101.440.5143
101.440.5144
101.440.5149
101.440.5151
101.440.5161
101.440.5162
101.440.S164
101.440.5165
101.440.5166

101.440.5201
101.440.5202
101.440.5203
101.440.S204
101.440.S20S
101.440.S207
101.440.S213
101.440.S21S
101.440.S231
101.440.S239
101.440.S241
101.440.S243
101.440.S244
101.440.S2S1
101.440.S2S2
101.440.52S3
101.440.S2S4
101.440.52SS

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

371,209.24
7,884.82
379,094.06
0
0
0
0
52,438.96
52,438.96
581
69,934.39
11,826.86
0
4,131.87
86,474.12

290,082.25
9,024.57
299,106.82
41,213.33
17,825.55
0
59,038.88
44,597.93
44,597.93
504
52,420.86
9,941.26
0
4,034.38
66,900.50

336,255.68
10,263.87
346,519.55
0
0
0
0
43,872.12
43,872.12
441
63,329.68
9,051.47
0
4,734.51
77,556.66

356,873.00
9,000.00
365,873.00
0
0
0
0
51,220.00
51,220.00
485
92,035.00
12,440.00
0
5,305.00
110,265.00

362,077.89
10,704.84
372,782.73
0
0
0
0
51,671.75
51,671.75
471.5
58,664.37
10,754.99
0
5,119.84
75,010.70

359,929.00
9,000.00
368,929.00
0
0
0
0
51,650.00
51,650.00
490
58,430.00
11,630.00
0
5,350.00
7S,900.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

S18,007.14

469,644.13

467,948.33

527,358.00

499,46S.18

496,479.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEl-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

97.21
0
0
0
3.98
36S.82
14,400.1S
31.2
4,011.28
24,S21.41
43,431.0S
4,900.00
6S1.16
0
S,SS1.16
1,899.31
S2.46
10,1S7.83
24,289.62
934.98
37,334.20

130.13
0
0
0
2,938.S4
334.02
14,233.22
483.99
8,2S7.84
22,S27.67
48,905.41
4,02S.OO
896.76
0
4,921.76
2,168.28
S4.07
14,683.82
22,764.12
2,843.83
42,S14.12

8S.9S
0
0
0
2,989.43
111.96
14,976.SS
S48.14
13,S72.13
24,967.92
S7,252.08
4,900.00
1,431.39
0
6,331.39
6,0SS.OO
74.93
17,268.02
22,873.98
1,961.40
48,233.33

200
0
0
0
3,000.00

200
0
150
0
3,000.00

8,SOO.OO
23,000.00
S0,700.00
4,900.00
800
0
S,700.00
3,000.00
100
17,000.00
2S,OOO.OO
2,000.00
47,100.00

74.49
0
0
0
2,984.00
323.38
14,78S.07
3S4
8,780.68
21,666.77
48,968.39
4,72S.OO
6S8.6
0
S,383.60
3,180.06
46.1
10,144.43
19,828.12
1,8S1.34
3S,OSO.OS

8,SOO.OO
23,000.00
S0,8SO.OO
4,900.00
800
0
S,700.00
2,000.00
100
17,000.00
2S,OOO.OO
2,000.00
46,100.00

TOTAl MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

86,316.41

96,341.29

111,816.80

103,SOO.OO

89,402.04

102,6SO.OO

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.440.5302
101.440.5309
101.440.5311
101.440.5312
101.440.5313
101.440.5315
101.440.5316
101.440.5321
101.440.5322
101.440.5323
101.440.5324
101.440.5331
101.440.5335
101.440.5338
101.440.5339
101.440.5352
101.440.S3S9
101.440.5361
101.440.S363
101.440.S364
101.440.536S
101.440.S367
101.440.S369
101.440.S381
101.440.5383
101.440.5384
101.440.5386
101.440.5387
101.440.5389
101.440.5395
101.440.S398
101.440.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICil'l
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALl'IINSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICE
TOTAL SERVICES

101.440.5601
101.440.S602
101.440.5611
101.440.5612
101.440.5632
101.440.5633
101.440.S637
101.440.S639

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDG$
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL PARK DEPARTMENT

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

171.6
2,926.86

2,659.01
2,659.01
3,462.55
78,278.22

3,098.46
4,067.78
46,162.86

0
0

0
24.44
51.3
81,816.51

S1.3
50,281.94
131.71
667.51

0
208

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

394.37

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

3,460.96
3,85S.33
5,405.37
54,980.77

300
2,600.00
2,900.00
6,000.00
60,000.00

300
3,554.18
3,854.18
3,957.13
62,375.66

300
3,000.00
3,300.00
6,000.00
70,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

60,386.14
524.05
742

66,000.00
700
1,000.00

53.45
66,386.24

11
818.05

76,000.00
700
1,000.00

390
S98

210
1,009.22

390
1,656.0S

500
2,200.00

500
1,329.05

500
2,200.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

38,511.16
43,194.7S
81,70S.91

77,309.51
69,161.71
146,471.22

46,914.48
45,950.78
92,865.26

46,200.00
44,250.00
90,450.00

48,775.67
43,068.47
91,844.14

48,000.00
44,250.00
92,250.00

10,964.14
10,964.14
25,234.58

3,682.97
3,682.97
70,563.01
530.84
28,279.00
6,386.96

9,000.00
9,000.00
52,020.00

7,427.45

10,000.00
10,000.00

2,945.65
484.8

8,985.20
8,98S.20
36,019.92
71.5
27,922.58
4,325.26

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

28,665.03

68,339.26

34.25
88.73

0
39.83

105,759.81
14.7
37.83

82,270.00
25
4,300.00

80,062.34
19
37.83

69,750.00
25
1,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

1,385.87

1,230.06

1,247.88

1,350.00

1,393.32

1,350.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

88.75
1,S97.60

906.72
2,176.61

688.85
1,989.26

800
6,475.00

749.97
2,200.12

800
3,175.00

208,006.20

280,361.91

270,194.82

259,295.00

253,103.52

256,675.00

0
0

0
0
0
0

6,500.00
6,500.00
45,000.00

79,500.00

31,676.00
31,676.00

9,860.00
9,860.00

0
0
0
0
0

9,002.28
9,002.28

8,925.00
8,925 .00

500
24,750.00
5,000.00

7,427.45
50,028.9S
323.29
2S,650.08
4,060.02

39,500.00
500
24,750.00
5,000.00

0
2,900.00

1,258.00
13,766.00
15,024.00

24,791.19
99.99
2,765.00
27,656.18

2,900.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

46,700.00

46,518.46

11,825.00

131,000.00

8S9,029.7S

892,865.79

861,784.95

890,1S3.00

841,970.74

986,804.00

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0
0

45,000.00
60,000.00
19,500.00

0
0
0
0

0
0

Recreation Department
101.441
5101
102,760
74,547
41 ,820
219,127
41,800

SALARIES
Recreation Director
Assistant Recreation Director
Secretary
PT (Includes Summer Playground Program -offset by United Way funding;
reduced Personal Service Contracts 5338 account and added to PT due to
hiring as employees based on Liquor License requirements)

260,927
1,000 OT
261 ,927

5239

OTHER SUPPLIES & MATERIALS


1 ,000 Routine annual

5338

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS


22,000 PT staffing for programs through Temporary Agency

5382

SUPPORT OF AGENCIES
29,000 Troy REC support
REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED

5101

2015 Budget
440 ,852

30,000.00 Program Coordinator- Add to replace former Clerk Typist position

2016 Budget % Difference


434,347 -1 .50%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

RECREATION DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- KENNETH SILER
101.441.5101
101.441.5102
101.441.5143
101.441.5144
101.441.5149
101.441.5151
101.441.5161
101.441.5162
101.441.S164
101.441.5163
101.441.5165
101.441.5166

101.441.5201
101.441.5202
101.441.5203
101.441.5207
101.441.5214
101.441.5231
101.441.5239
101.441.5251
101.441.5253
101.441.5254
101.441.5255

101.441.S309
101.441.5316
101.441.5321
101.441.5322
101.441.5323
101.441.5324
101.441.5335
101.441.5336
101.441.5338
101.441.5339
101.441.5352
101.441.5359
101.441.5361
101.441.5363
101.441.5364
101.441.5369
101.441.5381
101.441.5382
101.441.5383
101.441.5384
101.441.5386
101.441.5387
101.441.5389
101.441.5395
101.441.5398
101.441.S399

101.441.5511

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

247,483.83
6S3.96
248,137.79

252,129.67
639.62
252,769.29

257,070.99
590.1
257,661.09

266,927.00
1,000.00
267,927.00

265,157.50

260,927.00
1,000.00
261,927.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

34,575.29
34,575.29
252
38,680.17
7,175.65

36,883.04
36,883.04
252
40,041.66
6,472.13

32,957.43
32,957.43
203.25
41,860.91
6,768.79
1,000.00

37,510.00
37,510.00
210
51,110.00
9,110.00
1,000.00

36,697.78
36,697.78
207
42,904.71
7,567.27
2,000.00

37,520.00
37,520.00
210
43,670.00
8,450.00
2,600.00

-11.21
3,423.87
49,520.48

3,470.63
50,236.42

3,542.63
53,375.58

3,885.00
65,315.00

3,633.12
56,312.10

3,900.00
58,830.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

332,233.56

339,888.75

343,994.10

370,752.00

358,167.38

358,277.00

1,470.76
406.84

1,463.97
469.55

1,596.87
408.89

1,500.00
450
100
850
4,000.00
300
1,600.00
8,800.00

1,646.51
387.25

1,500.00
450
100
700
3,700.00
600
1,000.00
8,050.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
RECREATIONALSUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

671.29
3,325.17

966.59
3,709.42

437.07
3,529.51
595
463.81
7,031.15

236.85
6,110.91

806.38
7,415.91

0
0

130.39
1,525.68

0
0

265,157.50

0
579.18
2,419.25
598.27
245.61
5,876.07

0
0

1,211.73

47.79
1,354.47

1,200.00

37.69
762.88

1,656.07

1,211.73

1,402.26

1,200.00

800.57

1,200.00

7,766.98

8,627.64

8,433.41

10,000.00

6,676.64

9,250.00

100.38
100.38

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

15

420

900
600

0
0

900
600

1,200.00

RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

40,604.77

38,480.35

38,001.59

39,400.00

39,127.48

39,200.00

TOTAL SERVICES

58,034.20

49,143.97

45,702.48

60,100.00

48,215.98

66,820.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
2.58
530

470
1,002.58

425
440
69

770
1,190.00

700
2,200.00

600
600

770
2,270.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

13,976.20
1,019.33
14,995.53

6,149.95
1,141.77
7,360.72

4,210.00
881.25
5,091.25

15,000.00
1,000.00
16,000.00

5,500.00
845.98
6,345.98

22,000.00
1,000.00
23,000.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

41.29
1,811.98
1,009.63

1,330.94

0
0

2,862.90
556.34
29,500.00

1,419.64
441
29,000.00

0
0
1,330.94
443.2
31,500.00

1,419.64

350
1,750.00
400

0
0
0
2,027.86
114.66

200
1,750.00
400

2,500.00

2,142.52
200.12
29,000.00

2,350.00
600
29,000.00

BOO
29,000.00

543.9
132

486.4
185

332.71
462

500
600
200
2,000.00

625.81
286.25

500
600
200
2,000.00

1,798.46

1,540.72

1,469.88

0
2,395.30

6,187.21

6,211.89

6,296.00

6,300.00

6,620.00

6,300.00

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2012

101.441.5631
101.441.5632
101.441.5637
101.441.5639

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

CURRENT
BUDGET

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
1,520.00
6,091.00
7,611.00

0
0
199.98
0
199.98

0
0
1,905.74
0
1,905.74

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
2,838.69
0
2,838.69

0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

7,611.00

199.98

1,905.74

2,838.69

405,645.74

397,860.34

400,035.73

440,852.00

415,898.69

434,347.00

TOTAL RECREATION DEPT

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Lincoln Community Center


101.445

5361
500
890
185
240
140
100
80
50
180
100
185
550

MTN . FACILITIES
Galvanized storage shed to store outside mtn. equipment
2 wall mounted fans for gym
Basketball backboard edge padding - safety
4 32 gal. trash toters (ones purchased in 2011 pretty much destroyed)
4 Wilson Wave Basketballs
Garbage disposal for kitchen - do not have one now
60 non-slip sports sheets for gym - clean debris off shoes, keeps from being slick
3 basketball steel chain nets - for outside
Mueller Medi-Kit carry on case -first aid , can take on van and use at LCC
30' ladder for workout, for weight room
Shop Vac - pool area (do not have one)
Desk top computer- main office to manage memberships, donor lists, check in for
after school attendees, employee time records

3,200

2015 Budget

2016 Budget % Difference

24,200

24,200 0.00%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

LINCOLN COMMUNITY CENTER


OFFICIAL - SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.445.5312
101.445.5313
101.445.5361
101.445.5395
101.445 .5399

ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
UTILITIES
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

21,003.86
0
21,003.86
5,266.06
5,266.06
0
0
0

16,118.55
0
16,118.55
1,743.39
1,743.39
0
0
0

19,615.40
0
19,615.40
1,718.59
1,718.S9
0
0
0

21,000.00
0
21,000.00
3,200.00
3,200.00
0
0
0

20,920.96
0
20,920.96
2,668.00
2,668.00
0
0
0

21,000.00
0
21,000.00
3,200.00
3,200.00
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

26,269.92

17,861.94

21,333 .99

24,200.00

23,588.96

24,200.00

TOTAL LINCOLN COMM CENTER

26,269.92

17,861.94

21,333 .99

24,200.00

23,588.96

24,200.00

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

PLUMBING BOARD
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.S51.5141
101.551.5164

SALARIES NON-PENSION EMPLOYEES


OTHER COMPENSATION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

TOTAL PLUMBING BOARD

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

ELECTRICIAN BOARD
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.552.5141
101.S52.5164

SALARIES NON-PENSION EMPLOYEES


OTHER COMPENSATION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

TOTAL ELECTRICIAN BOARD

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2016

201S
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CURRENT
EXPENSES

HEATING BOARD
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.5S3.5141
101.553.5164

SALARIES NON-PENSION EMPLOYEES


OTHER COMPENSATION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

TOTAL HEATING BOARD

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Planning Commission
101.554

5324

2015 Budget
12,785

MEMBERSHIPS
11,550 MVRPC Membership

2016 Budget %Difference


12,355 -3.48%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CURRENT
EXPENSES

PLANNING COMMISSIOIN
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR

101.554.5101
101.554.5151
101.554.5164
101.554.5166

477.25
477.25
56.41
56.41
12.94
6.4
19.34

403
403
80.91
80.91
13.49
5.43
18.92

403
403
51.7
51.7
12.19
5.33
17.52

403
403
57
57
14
6
20

403
403
56.41
56.41
13.52
5.35
18.87

403
403
57
57
14
6
20

553

502.83

472.22

480

478.28

480

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
202.8
202.8

0
0
0
0

0
0
13.25
13.25

25
250
325

0
0
0
0

250
325

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

202.8

13.25

325

325

150
0
200
11,530.00
11,880.00
0
0
0
0
100
0
0
100

0
55
0
11,526.68
11,581.68
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
11,550.00
11,550.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE AND OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

101.554.5201
101.554.5202
101.554.5239

101.554.5321
101.554.5322
101.554.5323
101.554.5324
101.554.5339
101.554.5342
101.554.5381
101.554.5384
101.554.5399

so

25

so

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
FILING FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
100
0
10,119.54
10,219.54
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
11,526.68
11,576.68
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

66.44
0
0
11,526.68
11,593.12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

10,219.54

11,576.68

11,593.12

11,980.00

11,581.68

11,550.00

TOTAL PLANNING COMMISSION

10,975.34

12,079.51

12,078.59

12,785.00

12,059.96

12,355.00

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so

Electrical Department
101.555
5101
78,242
70,110
61 ,544
209,896
14,000
223,896

SALARIES
Foreman
Electrician A
Electrician B
OT

5232

TRAFFIC SIGNALS
20,000 LED Upgrades for intersections (end of life replacement)
Dorset & McKaig , Main & Counts, Main & Crawford ,
Market & Race, Plum & Simpson,
Mulberry & Simpson (May be removed)
30,000 Routine traffic signal parts
50,000

5233

CITY OWNED COMPONENTS


9,000 Light replacements, annual if needed
6,000 Maintain and test 8 warn ing sirens
1,000 Flag replacements as necessary DT/Adams St./
Staunton Rd.
16,000

5321/5322

5339

T&T
4,300 Training to maintain electrical certifications
required by State Law
MISC. SERVICES
5,000 Disposal of fluorescent tube lighting
1,000 Routine
6,000

5361

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
14,000 Routine (Includes $5,000 painting of City-owned
light poles on Market St.)

5632

VEHICLES
20,000 Pickup Trk., replace EL 3, a 2003 S10 Pickup, 13 yr. old vehicle, includes
radio install, light bar, tool box
(Total cost $32,000; $4,000 in each 709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dist. ,
and 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED

5639

2015 Budget
470,763

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33,000 HVAC System at Mtn. Facility
(1/6 cost- split with 101.635 Refuse, 202 Street,
709 Stormwater, 710.663 Water Dist., 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)

2016 Budget % Difference


468,771 -0.42%

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WU
COMBINED
EXPENSES

WM

W13
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

WB
CURRENT
BUDGET

WB
CURRENT
EXPENSES

W~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- liLLIAN RHOADES

101.SSS.S101
101.SSS.S102
101.SSS.S143
101.SSS.S144
101.SSS.S149
101.5SS.S1S1
101.SSS.S161
101.SSS.S162
101.SSS.S164
101.SSS.S16S
101.SSS.S166

101.SSS.S201
101.SSS.S202
101.5SS.S203
101.SSS.S204
101.SSS.S207
101.SSS.S213
101.SSS.S231
101.SSS.S232
101.SSS.S233
101.SSS.S239
101.SSS.S241
101.SSS.S243
101.SSS.S244
101.SSS.S2S1
101.SSS.S2S3
101.SSS.S2S4
101.S5S.S2SS

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CllY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CllY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

197,921.78
13,762.49
211,684.27

203,773.26
14,450.67
218,223.93

211,700.2S
16,101.64
227,801.89

208,818.00
14,000.00
222,818.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

28,99S.92
28,99S.92
2S2
38,696.89
6,118.84

33,349.90
33,349.90
252
40,018.19
S,441.S1

28,467.S9
28,467.S9
203.2S
41,8S6.43
S,982.31

2,914.87
47,982.60

2,988.62
48,700.32

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

288,662.79

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPPLIES/PARTS
CllY OWNED COMPONENTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFElY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

101.SSS.S302
101.SSS.S309
101.SSS.S311
101.SSS.5312
101.SSS.S316
101.SSS.S321
101.SSS.S322
101.SSS.S323
101.SSS.S324
101.SSS.S336
101.SSS.S338
101.SSS.S339
101.SSS.S3S9
101.SSS.S361
101.SS5.S363
101.SSS.S364
101.SSS.S367
101.SSS.S369
101.SSS.5381
101.SSS.S384
101.SSS.S389
101.SSS.S398
101.SSS.S39S
101.SSS.S399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICilY
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
PRINTING EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

0
0

214,103.33
7,S17.83
221,621.16
0
0
0

209,896.00
14,000.00
223,896.00

0
0
0
0

0
31,282.SS
31,282.SS
207
42,902.43
6,8S3.74
0
2,992.47
S2,9SS.64

31,34S.OO
31,34S.OO
210
43,670.00
7,100.00

3,098.7S
S1,140.74

31,200.00
31,200.00
210
SS,080.00
7,220.00
0
3,23S.OO
6S,74S.OO

300,274.1S

307,410.22

319,763.00

30S,8S9.3S

309,471.00

436.49

283.16

179.32

400

309.61

400

33S.32
292.07
S33.17
1,172.76
2,006.07
44,613.83
7,678.69
4,697.4S
61,76S.8S
2,100.00
1,S79.S3

146.7S
1,070.33
256.1S
2,04S.77
2,869.0S
37,582.61
8,680.14
11,283.S3
64,217.49
2,100.00
3,6S4.17

300
2,000.00
1,200.00
2,SOO.OO
1,800.00

300
2,000.00
1,200.00
2,SOO.OO
2,000.00

16,000.00
9,000.00
83,200.00
2,100.00
2,200.00
0
4,300.00
0
2,SOO.OO
3,600.00
0
6,100.00

111.77
1,0S0.93
930.22
1,667.36
2,2SS.83
48,991.2S
7,1S3.96
S,943.S3
68,414.46
2,100.00
2,148.16

11,317.13

7,402.SO

110.13
1,733.81
1,S80.66
1,801.28
1,SS9.37
34,S88.89
11,973.37
8,716.07
62,242.90
2,100.00
2,269.30
0
4,369.30
2S9.71
1,440.62
4,707.S8
0
6,407.91

76,762.S1

77,374.16

73,020.11

381
14.34
39S.34
2,7S9.27
3,641.43

0
0
0

3,679.S3
2,7S3.77
1,S41.67
7,021.69

S,7S4.17
1,0S3.20
1,S74.44
4,774.86

2,807.4S
2,467.48

so,ooo.oo

0
3,2SO.OO
54,230.00

so,ooo.oo
16,000.00
9,000.00
83,400.00
2,100.00
2,200.00

4,248.16
172.32
1,984.5S
1,8U.8S

4,300.00
200
2,SOO.OO
3,600.00

3,969.72

6,300.00

93,600.00

76,632.34

94,000.00

466.S3

sao

183

sao

466.S3
2,676.09
2,647.25

sao

183
2,668.14
2,697.11

sao

3,900.00
3,600.00

3,900.00
3,600.00

6,400.70
23.23
2,313.91
482.46
S82
3,401.60

S,274.93
6S.76
2,869.09
101.9
417
3,4S3.7S

S,323.34
4,2S9.78
S69.89
312
S,141.67

7,SOO.OO
800
3,000.00
400
4,700.00

7,SOO.OO
800
3,500.00
500
400
S,200.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

S,36S.2S
794.77
2,629.99
2S9.4
63S.99
4,320.1S
0

862.63
862.63

1,247.03
1,247.03

2,787.33
2,787.33

0
0

0
0

1,337.86
733.73
S,234.3S

3,601.52
10.8
11,459.16

0
0

0
0

7,30S.94
102.S9

1S,071.48
122.76

0
0
0

sao

0
0

7,400.00
7,400.00

3,U2.23
3,122.23

6,000.00
6,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

7,S88.99
168.8S
9,915.21
0

24,200.00
800
12,000.00

12,786.66
443.69
3,879.47

14,000.00
800
11,000.00

0
0

0
0

17,673.05
17.24

0
37,000.00
200

17,109.82
101.11

2S,800.00
200

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

44.7S
S02.79

0
86.7S
209.S1

0
0
0
0
986.79
1,004.03

100
300

27.7S
3SO.Q9

100
300

18,869.00

2S,2S6.70

32,39S.9S

S7,400.00

30,4SO.S4

4S,300.00

3SS.4S

0
0

Page 68

221.23

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

101.555.5631
101.555.5632
101.555.5633
101.555.5637
101.555.5639

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
4,960.00
0
4,960.00

0
0
880
114.94
8,653.47
9,648.41

0
119,840.55
0
0
600
120,440.55

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
20,000.00
0
0
0
20,000.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

4,960.00

9,648.41

120,440.55

20,000.00

TOTAL ELECTRICAL DEPT

389,254.30

412,553.42

533,266.83

470,763.00

412,942.23

468,771.00

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Administrative Board
101.556
1,300 TOTAL BUDGET
Total budget amount for Administrative Board for
miscellaneous office materials and supplies,
advertising of the Board meetings

2015 Budget
1,300

2016 Budget % Difference


1,300 0.00%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
101.5S6.5201
101.556.5202
101.556.5239

101.556.5321
101.556.5322
101.556.S381
101.5S6.5384
101.556.5386
101.556.5399

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

TRAVEL, LODGING, M EALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
100
0
1,200.00
0
1,300.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
100
0
1,200.00
0
1,300.00

TOTAL SERVICES

1,300.00

1,300.00

TOTAL ADMINSITRATIVE BD

1,300.00

1,300.00

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Development
101.558
5101

5334

5382

2015 Budget
437,750

SALARIES
93,050 Development Director
75,119 Assistant Development Director
168,169
7,800 1/2 intern (half in Planning)
175,969
MGN. CONSULTANTS
5,000 Consultants as needed, including attorneys
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
95,000 TDC ($15,000 also in each Water & Sewer Adm. Funds for TDC)
55,000 Troy Main Street support
150,000

2016 Budget %Difference


402,229 -8.83%

Page 71

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- JAMES DANDO
101.558.5101
101.558.5102
101.558.5104
101.558.5143
101.558.5144
101.558.5149
101.558.5151
101.558.5161
101.558.5162
101.558.5163
101.558.5164
101.558.5165
101.558.5166

101.558.5201
101.558.5202
101.558.5203
101.558.5204
101.558.5207
101.558.5231
101.558.5239
101.558.5243
101.558.5251
101.558.5254
101.558.5255

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PER$


OVERTIME W/ PERS
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE EXEMPT FROM FLSA
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PER$
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PER$ PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

155,359.24

163,715.00

0
0

sao

155,359.24

0
0
0
0
21,709.93
21,709.93
168
26,076.01

2,147.09
33,070.27

2,264.52
33,614.03

2,364.45
36,434.46

2,525.00
42,660.00

2,506.26
39,225.72

2,560.00
40,270.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

210,139.44

221,936.43

229,576.08

241,200.00

247,633.59

240,879.00

267.66

290.62

130.2
19.89

350

0
0
0

116.47
6.88

350

0
0
0
977.39

0
0

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

101.558.5302
101.558.5309
101.558.5316
101.558.5321
101.558.5322
101.558.5323
101.558.5324
101.558.5334
101.558.5336
101.558.5338
101.558.5339
101.S58.5352
101.558.5359
101.558.5361
101.558.5363
101.558.5364
101.558.5367
101.558.5369
101.558.5382
101.558.5381
101.558.5383
101.558.5384
101.558.5386
101.558.5387
101.558.5389
101.558.5395
101.558.5398
101.558.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

164,215.00

171,240.54
48.75
500
171,789.29

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

24,107.40
24,107.40
168
26,997.70

21,352.33
21,352.33
135.5
28,212.74
1,000.00
4,721.77

4,679.17

4,183.81

174,155.00

174,155.00

183,093.47
180
500
183,773.47

175,969.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

24,385.00
24,385.00
140
33,070.00
1,000.00
5,925.00

24,634.40
24,634.40
138
28,577.77
2,500.00
5,503.69

24,640.00
24,640.00
140
28,480.00
3,100.00
5,990.00

0
0

175,969.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

30.92

179.99

200

0
0

0
0
0
0
34.3
184.39

100
650

0
0
0
200

172.66
494.2

303.34

100
650

548.81
174.15

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

170.69

248.94

300

314.68

300

722.96

170.69

248.94

300

314.68

300

1,968.01

664.89

552.28

950

499.07

950

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

214.98
895
808.55
445
2,363.53
3,195.00

205.57
570
448.86
1,450.00
2,674.43
2,093.04

129.48
1,050.00
774.45
1,470.00
3,423.93
3,875.00

300
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,800.00
4,100.00
5,000.00

2,504.76
50
466.74
1,860.00
4,881.50
2,544.00

300
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,800.00
4,100.00
5,000.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
160
4,035.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

5,000.00

2,544.00

5,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

1,245.05

0
0

28.68
28.68

95
3,290.00

2,093.04

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

721.29

293.01

995.03

1,400.00

407.62

1,200.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

721.29
155,000.00

302.19
150,000.00

995.03
150,000.00

1,400.00
150,000.00

407.62
150,000.00

1,200.00
150,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

155,257.49
161,660.99

9.18

257.49

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

693.39

0
0

221.23

100

0
0

100
150,100.00
160,400.00

150,000.00

23.17
150,023.17

150,100.00

14
150,928.62

155,069.66

158,477.13

160,600.00

158,761.74

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

101.558.5511

101.558.5631
101.558.5p32
101.558.5633
101.558.5637
101.558.5639

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
1,375.50
0
1,375.50

0
0
0
99.99
1,105.49
1,205.48

0
0
0
952.87
699
1,651.87

0
35,000.00
0
0
0
35,000.00

0
32,362.50
0
0
0
32,362.50

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

1,375.50

1,205.48

1,651.87

35,000.00

32,362.50

375,143.94

378,876.46

390,257.36

437,750.00

439,256.90

402,229.00

TOTAL DEVELOPMENT DEPT

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW


OFFICIAL- JAMES DANDO
101.SS9.S201
101.SS9.S202
101.SS9.S239

101.SS9.S321
101.SS9.S322
101.SS9.S381
101.SS9.S384
101.SS9.S386
101.SS9.S399

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES
TOTAL BD/ARCHITECTURAL RVW

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Refuse Collection
101 .635
5101

5239

SALARIES
36,016 Foreman 1/2 of Salary, other 1/2 in Street Fund 202
112,514 Truck Drivers/Group leaders- 2
148,530
10,000 OT
158,530
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
7,500 Includes purchase ofT-bags for yard refuse
and liners for Big Belly containers

5338

PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT


97,000 4 temps through Temporary Agency for refuse collection
rather than hiring full time laborers
21,000 1 temp at Dye Mill Road facility
5,000 1/3 share of temp to clean Mtn . Facility (share w/Street and Elec.)
123,000

5339

OTHER SERVICES
312,000 Recycling Contractor
675 Misc.
312,675

5361

5390

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
6,000 Routine
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
375,000 Disposals at Transfer Station
REQUESTED, BUT NOT BUDGETED

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33,000 HVAC System at Mtn . Facility
Street,
(1/6 cost - split with 101 .555 Electrical, 202
707 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dist., 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
NOTE FOR 2017
24,000 Convert 2 older packers to semi-automatic tipper trucks
402,500 Carts (containers) for refuse collection- similar to those for recycling
800,000 3 automated CNG refuse packer trucks

2015 Budget
1,170,602

2016 Budget % Difference


1 '138,450 -2.82%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

REFUSE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES
101.635.5101
101.635.5102
101.635.5143
101.635.5144
101.635.5149
101.635 .5151
101.635.5161
101.635.5162
101.635.5163
101.635.5164
101.635.5165
101.635.5166

101.635.5201
101.635.5202
101.635.5203
101.635.5204
101.635.5205
101.635.5207
101.635.5213
101.635.5231
101.635.5239
101.635.5241
101.635.5243
101.635.5244
101.635.5251
101.635.5252
101.635.5253
101.635.5254
101.635.5255

101.635.5302
101.635.5309
101.635.5311
101.635.5312
101.63S.S313
101.635.S316
101.635.5321
101.635.5322
101.635.5323
101.635.5336
101.635.5338
101.635.5339
101.635.5352
101.635.5359
101.63S.5361
101.63S.S363
101.63S.S364
101.635.S365
101.63S.S367
101.63S.S369
101.635.5381
101.635.5383
101.635.5384
101.635.5389
101.635.5390
101.635.5395
101.635.5398
101.635.5399

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATIONS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

134,131.11
11,689.66
145,820.77

136,709.75
10,456.69
147,166.44

141,872.58
8,778.81
150,651.39

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

20,299.91
20,299.91
210
32,534.70

22,247.00
22,247.00
210
33,693.52

19,305.21
19,305.21
169.44
35,262.53
500
4,153.90

21,546.00
21,546.00
173
44,310.00

1,991.24
40,655.56

2,009.82
39,753.16

2,026.86
42,112.73

2,235.00
51,953.00

1,498.91
33,680.22

2,300.00
35,875.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

206,776.24

209,166.60

212,069.33

227,402.00

216,607.63

216,600.00

321.54

257.43

172.53

400

354.62

400

335.31

146.78

110.17

300

111.78

300

0
0

0
0

0
0

166.14
1,752.01
497.44
7,225.16
10,044.96
1,750.00
1,760.98

80.87
1,404.92
118
5,902.57
7,789.06
1,750.00
1,411.78

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

5,919.62

3,839.82

544
298.57
1,206.47
89.4
1,911.06
4,706.35
1,750.00
1,472.91

143,903.00
10,000.00
153,903.00

0
5,235.00

550
400
2,500.00
300
7,000.00
11,450.00
1,750.00
2,000.00

142,750.32
6,533.64
149,283.96
281.69
12,650.22

0
12,931.91
20,711.54
20,711.54
166.81
25,969.06
1,375.00
4,670.44

208.82
1,662.28

0
7,133.99
9,471.49
1,750.00
1,605.34

148,530.00
10,000.00
158,530.00

0
0
0
0
22,195.00
22,195.00
175
26,850.00
1,550.00
5,000.00

0
550
400
2,500.00
300
7,500.00
11,950.00
1,750.00
2,250.00

3,222.91
25,914.91

3,S10.98
19,207.8S

3,161.78
460.3

3,750.00

3,355.34
124.03

4,000.00
300

25,716.72
1,644.37
193.05
53,469.05

27,908.66
1,187.96

29,908.81
1,158.20

48,304.47

61,398.31

0
0
0

0
0

18,559.97
932.47

31,527.31

32,000.00
2,000.00
300
34,300.00

19,616.47

26,000.00
2,000.00
300
28,600.00

61,860.41

42,478.15

49,500.00

32,443.30

44,550.00

2,759.27
3,641.42

8,880.15
600
9,480.15
2,807.44
2,467.49

2,510.00
2,510.00
2,676.09
2,756.74

5,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
3,600.00

3,862.69
3,862.69
2,668.12
3,326.22

6,800.00
6,800.00
5,000.00
3,600.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

6,400.69

5,274.93

5,432.83

0
0

8,600.00
100
300
125
525

0
0
0
0
0

8,600.00
100
300
100
500

5,994.34

68,217.31
319,761.81
387,979.12

77,080.10
316,S65.98
393,646.08

25
71
96

71
71

0
0
97.5
97.5

85,523.98
306,166.43
391,690.41

108,100.00
330,800.00
438,900.00

104,433.80
283,506.68
387,940.48

123,000.00
312,675.00
435,675.00

5,286.62
5,286.62
1,337.86
248.12
16,099.76

3,802.16
3,802.16
4,S21.61
10.8
20,632.17
1,394.00

1,636.49
1,636.49
6,991.58
43.85
38,499.99

4,000.00
4,000.00
19,500.00
500
41,500.00

3,818.74
3,818.74
12,901.40
61.68
39,705.23

4,000.00
4,000.00
6,000.00
500
40,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

45,535.42
157.19

61,500.00
100

52,668.31
10.11

46,500.00
100

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

17,685.74
18.65

26,S58.58

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

371,412.04

383,869.04

386,969.53

375,000.00

354,066.08

375,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

44.75
371,475.44

75
383,944.04

920.83
388,047.55

100
375,200.00

44.75
354,120.94

100
375,200.00

788,923.61

822,705.94

834,923.70

893,700.00

808,503.00

877,300.00

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
101.635.5Sll

101.63S.5631
101.635.5632
101.635.S633
101.635.5637
101.635.S639

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
219,128.00
0
0
0
219,128.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
800
0
800

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

219,128.00

800

1,057,098.16

1,093, 732.95

1,308,599.18

1,170,602.00

1,058,353.93

1,138,4SO.OO

TOTAL REFUSE DEPT

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Storm Sewer
101.675
With the establishment of the Stormwater Utility
Fund (709) in 2008, this fund is no longer used.

Page 78

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

STORM SEWER DEPARTMENT


OFFICIAL 101.67S.S101
101.67S.S102
101.67S.S143
101.67S.S144
101.67S.S149
101.67S.S1S1
101.67S.S161
101.67S.S162
101.67S.S164
101.67S.S16S
101.67S.S166

MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PER$


OVERTIME W/ PER$
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PER$
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PER$ PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

101.67S.S3S2
101.675.S3S9
101.67S .S361
101.67S.S363
101.675.S364
101.67S.S36S
101.67S.S367
101.67S.5369
101.67S.5381
101.67S.5383
101.67S.5384
101.675.5389
101.67S.5395
101.67S.5398
101.67S.5399

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFFESIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SRVCS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS

101.67S.5336
101.67S.S338
101.675.S339

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

101.67S.S241
101.67S.5243

101.675.5321
101.67S.5322
101.67S.5323
101.675.5324

MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

101.67S.S311
101.675.S312
101.675.S313
101.67S.5316

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIAL & SUPPLIES

101.67S.S203
101.67S.S20S
101.67S.S207
101.67S.S213
101.67S.S21S
101.67S.S231
101.67S.S234
101.67S.S239

101.675.S302
101.675.S309

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO

101.675.52S3
101.67S.S2S4
101.67S.525S

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

101.67S.S201
101.67S.S202

101.67S.S251

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MIANT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

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0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

2013

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

101.675.5622
101.675.5625
101.675.5631
101.675.5632
101.675.5633
101.675.5637
101.675.5639

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SEWER LINES
UTILITY OVERSIZING EXPENSE
OTHER CONSTRUCTION IMPROV
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL STORM SEWER DEPT

0
======;;;=======
21,417,053.30
25,105,997.00

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::::: ======::======= ====:==;;;======;;;; ;;;;:============ ==============

TOTAL GENERAL FUND

19,151,868.17

22,025,636.68

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22,228,290.20

22,386,883.00

STREET FUND (Fund 202)

This fund is established in accordance with Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Sections 4501.04 and 5735.27 for
street construction, maintenance and repairs. The revenue received is not sufficient for the projected
expenditures. As authorized by Council in 2013, commencing in 2014, a license tag fee of $10 per vehicle
will be collected to help fund ongoing roadway maintenance. This fee was implemented for a five-year
period. The Street Fund annually receives a transfer from the General Fund. The 2016 transfer amount is
budgeted at $600,000, but this number may fluctuate. The Street Fund is a Special Revenue Fund.
Revenues
1) All ( 100%) of the regular motor vehicle license fees.
2) Most (92.5%) of the fuel taxes.
Expenditures
The Street Department staff is paid from this fund as well as the costs associated with street
maintenance and improvement.
2016 Projected Revenues & Transfers, Street Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures, Street Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 1,575,000
~ 1,529,098
45,902
$

$
$
~

704,523
769,565
55,000
$ 1,529,098

46.2%
50.3%
3.5%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

STREET FUND

202.000.4151
202.000.4152

202.000.4255

202.000.4311
202.000.4335

202.000.4413
202.000.4418

202.000.4612
202.000.4613
202.000.4615
202.000.4616
202.000.4649

202.000.4 711
202.000.4712
202.000.4921
202.000.4922
202.000.4924
202.000.4925
202.000.4926
202.000.4928
202.000.4990

GASOLINE TAX
MOTOR VEHICLE LIC.-STATE REG.
STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

786,506.46
220,602.20
1,007,108.66

796,323.46
222,440.01
1,018, 763.47

811,221.40
219,175.20
1,030,396.60

810,635.00
227,625.00
1,038,260.00

810,635.82
227,627.91
1,038,263. 73

750,000.00
220,000.00
970,000.00

TOTAL TAXES

1,007,108.66

1,018, 763.47

1,030,396.60

1,038,260.00

1,038,263. 73

970,000.00

STREET OPENING PERMIT


LICENSES AND PERMITS

1,300.00
1,300.00

923.5
923.5

1,063.75
1,063.75

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS

1,300.00

923.5

1,063.75

FEDERAL GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL-FEDERAL
STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL- STATE

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

WEEDCUTIING
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

5,039.81
0
5,039.81

12,167.73
0
12,167.73

4,660.75
0
4,660.75

7,235.00
0
7,235.00

7,235.60
0
7,235.60

5,000.00
0
5,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

5,039.81

12,167.73

4,660.75

7,235.00

7,235.60

5,000.00

RENTS/LEASES
SALE OF ASSETS
WITNESS FEES
JURY FEES
OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

0
0
0
0
0
2,300.00
2,300.00

0
0
0
0
0
1,600.00
1,600.00

0
0
6
0
6
1,830.00
1,830.00

0
0
0
0
0
3,855.00
3,855.00

0
0
0
0
0
3,858.00
3,858.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

2,300.00

1,600.00

1,836.00

3,855.00

3,858.00

0
0
0
421.9
1.26
596.5
0
0
0
1,019.66
500,000.00
500,000.00

0
0
0
1,653.51
9,656.82
178.5
0
0
1,759.70
13,248.53
600,000.00
600,000.00

0
0
0
726.82
8,059.61
75
0
0
142.42
9,003.85
600,000.00
600,000.00

0
0
0
10,665.00
2,800.00
290
0
0
1,045.00
14,800.00
600,000.00
600,000.00

0
0
0
10,669.34
2,809.77
294
0
0
1,046.30
14,819.41
600,000.00
600,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
600,000.00
600,000.00

501,019.66

613,248.53

609,003.85

614,800.00

614,819.41

600,000.00

1,664,150.00

1,664,176.74

1,575,000.00

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
TOTAL PROCEEDS/SALE BOND/NOTES
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS REIMB.
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE

============== =============== ==============

TOTAL STREET FUND

1,516,768.13

1,646, 703.23

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1,646,960.95

============== ============== ==============

Street Fund
202.781
5101
36,016
316,283
54,469
74,340
481,108
1,500
482,608
45,000
437,608
25,000
462,608
2,570
465,178

SALARIES
Foreman 1/2 of Salary other 1/2 in Refuse Budget 101 .635
Lt. Equipment Op. - 6
Paint/Sign Tech
Laborer- 2
Plus Rating
Less amount to State Highway Fund
OT
Retirement
One HEO (Tipps), one LEO (Harbour), and one Laborer (Oliveri)
are Street employees charged to 709 fund
and not included in above employee count or salary figures

5206

ROAD SALT
48,000 Salt for winter, purchase Summer 2016 (share of cost in 203 State Hwy Fund)

5215

STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES


27,850 Routine as needed
7,500 Rental of crack sealer
35,350

5232

TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPPLIES/PARTS


34,000 Paint, sign posts and blanks, barricades, cones, etc.

5317

STREET LIGHTING
360,000 Street Lighting

5361
5,000
6,500
10,000
10,000
300
31,800
5633

5639

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Hoist Maintenance
Misc. - General facility maintenance
General non-facility repairs
Alley Approach work
Brine system maintenance

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


22,000 1/2 cost of $44,000 Case Skid Loader (split 16% 707 Storm Water,
17% 710.663 Water Dist. , 17% 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
12,500 1/2 cost of $25,000 Planer/Asphalt Grinder (split 16% 707 Storm Water,
17% 710.663 Water Dist. , 17% 711 .673 Sewer Mtn .)
12,500 1/2 cost of $25,000 Air Compressor (split 16% 707 Storm Water,
17% 710.663 Water Dist., 17% 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
47,000
OTHER EQUIPMENT
8,000 Retrofit WD Dump Truck w/plow, hydraulics and appurtenances
(Dump truck from Water Distribution)
REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED

5639

2015 Budget
1,600,082

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33 ,000 HVAC System at Mtn. Facility
(1/6 cost split with 101.555 Electrical, 101 .635
Refuse, 707 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dist., 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
2016 Budget % Difference
1,529,098 -4.64%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
STREET FUND
OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES
202. 781.S101
FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
202.781.S102
OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
202.781.S143 TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
202. 781.S144
202. 781.S149
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER CONPENSATION
202.781.S151 CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
202. 781.S161
202. 781.S162
HEALTH INSURANCE
202.781.S163
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
202. 781.S164 WORKERS' COMPENSATION
202.781.5165
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
202.781.5166
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

202. 781.S201
202. 781.S202
202.781.S203
202.781.S204
202.781.S205
202.781.S206
202.781.5207
202.781.S213
202.781.521S
202.781.S231
202.781.S232
202.781.S234
202. 781.S239
202. 781.S241
202. 781.S243
202.781.S244
202.781.52S1
202. 781.S2S2
202. 781.52S3
202. 781.52S4
202.781.52SS
202. 781.S2S6

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

474,591.41
11,8S0.23
486,441.64
33,720.S4
13,390.17
0
47,110.71
68,288.15
68,288.15
8S4
100,738.07
0
16,505.35
0
7,212.74
125,310.16

441,564.49
18,477.07
460,041.S6
0
0
0
0
69,867.04
69,867.04
770
102,797.09
0
13,094.46
0
6,3S3.71
123,015.26

434,139.96
16,S8S.87
4S0,72S .83
0
0
0
0
66,642.78
66,642.78
621.81
114,016.78
1,500.00
12,660.42
0
6,633.22
135,432.23

4S0,742.00
25,000.00
475,742.00
0
0
0
0
66,60S.OO
66,605.00
590
133,170.00
2,000.00
16,175.00
0
6,900.00
158,835.00

4S9,189.91
11,487.31
470,677.22
0
3,342.91
0
3,342.91
6S,78S.S9
65,78S.S9
649.69
119,149.50
12,625.00
13,580.21
0
6,362.49
152,366.89

437,608.00
25,000.00
462,608.00
1,020.00
1,SSO.OO
0
2,S70.00
64,770.00
64,770.00
665
138,850.00
13,500.00
14,800.00
0
6,760.00
174,575.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

727,150.66

652,923.86

652,800.84

701,182.00

692,172.61

704,523.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
CHEMICALS
ROAD SALT
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPPLIES/PARTS
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

352.41
0
33S.35
0
5,092.35
28,068.21
2,201.61
1,222.22
36,741.46
2,429.09
29,1S3.30
0
4,S87.48
110,183.48
7,S83 .33
3,893.14
0
11,476.47
19,3S7.36
17S.18
4S,009.23
9,019.S7
18,644.1S
12,46S.98
104,671.47

294.43
0
146.83
2,341.80
2,256.28
31,357.21
1,047.86
2,0S3.68
34,462.96
3,706.S3
34,302.12
1,S40.80
6,490.91
120,001.41
6,6SO.OO
2,6S1.61
0
9,301.61
26,899 .88
2S2.2S
53,820.46
9,437.89
12,9S1.06
30,860.S8
134,222.12

266.16
0
110.21
0
3,175.00
44,S83.48
195.86
1,40S.06
22,560.24
819.88
32,099.81
132
3,2SS.10
108,602.80
6,82S.OO
1,761.SS
0
8,S86.SS
9,104.31
221.63
47,969.2S
7,444.06
3,903.46
10,202.63
78,84S.34

500
0
400
1,000.00
7,500.00
7S,OOO.OO
2,500.00
2,SOO.OO
31,650.00
3,000.00
39,SOO.OO
0
4,000.00
167,SSO.OO
6,700.00
3,000.00
0
9,700.00
0
2,000.00
S1,000.00
12,000.00
7,000.00
9,000.00
81,000.00

285.21
0
411.78
815.88
2,140.00
3S,240.60
1,047.20
1,662.34
28,360.75
1,641.99
30,797.82
0
8,303.08
110,706.6S
7,17S.OO
3,412.77
0
10,S87.77
S,624.95
300.21
2S,413.S2
4,101.77
6,728.14
7,139.18
49,307.77

500
0
300
1,000.00
7,500.00
48,000.00
2,000.00
2,500.00
35,350.00
3,000.00
34,000.00
0
4,000.00
138,1SO.OO
7,3SO.OO
3,000.00
0
10,350.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

226,331.42

263,S2S.14

196,034.69

2S8,250.00

170,602.19

21S,SOO.OO

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s,ooo.oo
2,000.00
36,000.00
8,000.00
7,000.00
9,000.00
67,000.00

wu
COMBINED
EXPENSES
202.781.5302
202.781.5309
202.781.5311
202.781.5312
202.781.5313
202.781.5315
202.781.5316
202.781.5317
202.781.5321
202.781.5322
202.781.5323
202.781.5324
202.781.5335
202.781.5336
202.781.5338
202.781.5339
202.781.5351
202.781.5352
202.781.5359
202.781.5361
202.781.5363
202.781.5364
202.781.5365
202.781.5366
202.781.S367
202. 781.S369
202.781.5381
202.781.5383
202.781.5384
202.781.S389
202. 781.539S
202. 781.S398
202.781.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP MACH


RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
STREET LIGHTING
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. STREETS
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

202.781.S501
202.781.S511

202.781.S631
202. 781.S632
202.781.S633
202.781.S637
202. 781.S639

w"

W13
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

w~

CURRENT
BUDGET

w~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

w~

EXPENSE
BUDGET

272.73

243.2

300

223.6S

43.02
43.02
2,7S9.33
19,621.2S

272.73
2,807.S1

243.2

300

223.65

300

2,676.11
16,308.98

s,ooo.oo
18,000.00

2,668.14
23,843.79

18,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

1S,036.18

0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

300

s,ooo.oo

360,000.00

333,689.64
189.86

9S
873.S6

9S
2,201.40

100
1,307.39

360,000.00
383,000.00
200
1,600.00
200
150
2,1SO.OO

307,177.71

335,771.83
354,756.92
158.73
961.66
87

1,S6S.OO
97.5
100
1,9S2.36

383,000.00
200
1,600.00
12S
1SO
2,07S.OO

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

24,014.70

13,450.09
982.34

14,868.74

22,000.00

14,432.43

22,000.00
1,SOO.OO
23,SOO.OO

1,401.95
16,270.69

27,SOO.OO

0
368,974.22
391,354.80
89.S6
612
77

336,616.94
354,460.63

0
2,106.40

0
16,181.S3
6S4.07

s,soo.oo

16,83S.60

1,182.03
2S,196.73

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

14,7S8.83
14,7S8.83
11,822.19
690.63
29,342.03
3,472.92

11,967.38
11,967.38

11,000.00
11,000.00
34,000.00
3,000.00
103,800.00
4,000.00

12,703.93
12,703.93
33,349.67

12,000.00
12,000.00

72,8S8.7S
4,88S.76

5,132.86
5,132.86
13,431.72
1,514.33
91,38S.86
3,173.61

1,311.70
67,8SS.47
3,420.00

31,800.00
3,000.00
90,000.00
4,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4S,327.77
18.6S

101,170.2S

109,505.S2
8.38

144,800.00
100

10S,936.84
10.11

U8,800.00
100

0
0

0
0
221.23

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

23,093.20
332.S4

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

113.7S
686.68

89.S
89.S

1,327.S4
1,335.92

300
400

S27.25
7S8.S9

300
400

469,880.26

49S,3S8.62

486,714.24

S6S,1SO.OO

471,S3S.70

SS4,075.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
SS4.28

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

11,9SS.OO
2,245.51

21,948.02

7S,SOO.OO

82,7S0.93

47,000.00

800

1,000.00
22,948.02

0
0

8,000.00

14,200.51

38,930.09
86.49
3,851.83
42,868.41

7S,SOO.OO

83,SS0.93

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

14,200.S1

42,868.41

22,948.02

7S,SOO.OO

83,SS0.93

ss,ooo.oo
ss,ooo.oo

1,437,S62.8S

1,4S4,676.03

1,3S8,497. 79

1,600,082.00

1,417,861.43

1,S29,098.00

TOTAL STREET FUND

Page 86

STATE HIGHWAY FUND (Fund 203)

The State Highway Fund is a related fund to the Streets Fund and exists for the maintenance and repair of
the areas of state highways that are located within Troy's Corporate Limits. The State Highway Fund is a
Special Revenue Fund.
Revenues
The State Highway Fund revenues account for fees collected by the County and remitted to the
City for specific roadway improvements, plus the remainder (7.5%) of the fuel taxes not receipted
to the Street Fund.
Expenditures
Based on the amount of state highways to be maintained, the City funds $45,000 of the personnel
costs of the Street Fund from the State Highway Fund in addition to the operational costs.
2016 Projected Revenues, State Highway Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures, State Highway Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

Page 87

2016 City of Troy Budget

$
$
($

78,000
94.480
16,480)

$ 53,380 56.5%
$ 41,100 43.5%
$ _-0-_
$ 94,480

Page 88

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

STATE HIGHWAY FUND


203.000.4151
203.000.4152

203.000.4601

203.000.4921
203.000.4990

GASOLINE TAX
MOTOR VEHICLE LIC.-STATE REG.
STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

63,770.80
17,886.65
81,6S7.45

64,566.73
18,035.66
82,602.39

65,774.67
17,770.97
83,545.64

65,725.00
18,455.00
84,180.00

65,727.22
18,456.32
84,183.54

60,000.00
18,000.00
78,000.00

TOTAL TAXES

81,657.45

82,602.39

83,545.64

84,180.00

84,183.54

78,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0
0
0

937.58
937.58
0
0

866.04
866.04
0
0

290
290
0
0

290.93
290.93
0
0

0
0
0
0

290

290.93

84,470.00

84,474.47

78,000.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE


TOTAL STATE HIGHWAY FUND

937.58
866.04
============== ==============
81,657.45
83,539.97
84,411.68

==============

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============== ============== ==============

State Highway Fund


203.781
5101

SALARIES
45,000 Transf. From Street Fund (202)
Share of salaries

5206

SALT
32,000 Road Salt - State Highway Share

Expenditures are % of street work on State Highways

2015 Budget
112,590

2016 Budget% Difference


94,480 -19.17%

Page 90

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

STATE HIGHWAY FUND


OFFICIAL- JILUAN RHOADES
203.781.5101
203.781.5102
203.781.51S1
203.781.5164
203.781.S166

203.781.5206
203.781.5215
203.781.5239

203.781.5361
203.781.5369
203.781.5395

203. 781.SS01

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

44,995.00
0
44,995.00
6,479.05
6,479.05
1,444.95
0
1,444.9S

44,998.02
0
44,998.02
6,784.36
6,784.36
1,271.38
0
1,271.38

44,996.38
0
44,996.38
5,814.78
5,814.78
1,360.S6
94.06
1,4S4.62

45,000.00
0
4S,OOO.OO
6,300.00
6,300.00
1,S30.00
660
2,190.00

44,997.18
0
44,997.18
6,298.S1
6,298.51
1,S09.09
613.7S
2,122.84

4S,OOO.OO
0
45,000.00
6,300.00
6,300.00
1,420.00
660
2,080.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

S2,919.00

S3,053.76

52,26S.78

S3,490.00

S3,418.S3

53,380.00

ROAD SALT
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

18,712.14
8,416.96
0
27,129.10

20,904.81
6,218.67
0
27,123.48

29,722.32
5,311.57
0
3S,033.89

50,000.00
9,100.00
0
59,100.00

23,493.73
8,840.00
0
32,333.73

32,000.00
9,100.00
0
41,100.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

27,129.10

27,123.48

3S,033.89

59,100.00

32,333.73

41,100.00

MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

============== ===============

==============

==============

85,752.26

94,480.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS


TOTAL STATE HIGHWAY FUND

==============

========;;;;=====

80,048.10

80,177.24

Page 91

87,299.67

112,S90.00

INCOME TAX FUND (Fund 204)

This fund was established in 1966 for the collection of a .8% municipal income tax on income earned by
Troy residents or earned in Troy by non-residents or businesses. The income tax was levied to provide
funds for the general municipal operations and permanent improvements of the City. The Income Tax Fund
is a Special Revenue Fund .
The City of Troy income tax rate has been amended as follows, with the 1989 and 1993 increases
approved by the voters:
1-1-80 1.00%
7-1-89 1.50%
1-1-93 1.75% (The additional .25% must be used solely for the capital and operating needs of
police, fire and public safety related services.)
The 2013 budget allowed for filling a vacant Account Analyst position for compliance audit based on the
commitment of the Fiscal Manager that the revenues generated by the position would more than offset the
annual personnel/benefit costs of the position.
Revenues
Based on the adopted budget, the total City income tax collection estimated for 2016 is $16 million.
Of that amount, approximately $13.7 million is receipted into the Income Tax Fund, and $2.3 million
is receipted into the Income Tax Safety Fund.
Expenditures
Once the staffing and operational costs of the Income Tax Office have been funded, most of the
balance is transferred to the General Fund to meet the demands on that fund.
2016 Projected Revenues, Income Tax Fund
$13,769,000
2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, Income Tax Fund $14.746,830
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance ($
977,830)
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditure - Improvements
Transfer
Total

Page 92

2016 City of Troy Budget

$
339,580
$
831,150
$
20,100
$ 13.550.000
$ 14,746,830

2.3%
5.7%
0.1%
91.9%

Page 93

2012

2013

2014

2015

2015

2016

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

INCOME TAX FUND


204.000.4121

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

13,640,734.23

13,892,1S2.01

13,930,33S.01

14,865,140.00

15,117,36S.76

13,700,000.00

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

13,640,734.23

13,892,152.01

13,930,335.01

14,865,140.00

15,117,365.76

13,700,000.00

TOTAL TAXES

13,640,734.23

13,892,152.01

13,930,335.01

14,865,140.00

15,117,365.76

13,700,000.00

0.05

2.35

o.os

0.05

75

MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

75.05

2.35

0.05

o.os

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES

75.05

2.35

0.05

o.os

84,938.73

46,009.07

50,139.32

55,230.00

56,562.9S

69,000.00

84,938.73

46,009.07

50,139.32

55,230.00

S6,562.9S

69,000.00

10

204.000.4411

REPORT COPIES

204.000.4418

MISCELLANEOUS

204.000.4601

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS

204.000.4616

JURY FEES

204.000.4649

MISCELLANEOUS

599.57

1,247.90

185

10
18S.99

DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

599.57

1,247.90

195

195.99

85,538.30

46,009.07

51,387.22

55,425.00

56,758.94

69,000.00

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

204.000.4921

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS

0.1

204.000.4922

MICESLLANEOUS REFUNDS

3,408.03

0
3,704.94

0
1,420.00

0
1,420.57

204.000.4925

REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE

REIMBURSEMENTS

0
3,408.13

0
3,704.94

0
1,420.00

0
1,420.57

3,408.13

3,704.94

1,420.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE

==;;;;=========== ===============
TOTAL INCOME TAX FUND

13,726,347.58

13,941,571.56

Page 94

1,420.57
==============
14,921,985.00
15,175,545.32

=============== ==============
13,985,427.22

0
0

==============

13,769,000.00

Income Tax Fund

5101
37,684
25,296
44,758
46,478
43,035
43,035
240,286
3,444
243,730
1,500
245,230

5339
5,000
7,400
1,250
7,200
1,650
22,500
5399

5501

5522

5523

5637

2015 Budget
11 ,741 ,021

SALARIES
Fiscal Manager (1/2 salary in this fund ; bal. split between Water & Sewer B&C)
Account Supv. (1/2 salary in this fund , bal. split between Water & Sewer B&C)
1 Account Analyst A
1 Account Rep. Grandfathered
1 Account Analyst A
1 Account Analyst A added 2013 (for compliance audit; at least 1 00% revenue offset)
Health Ins Opt Out
OT

MISC. SERVICES
Lock Box
CMI Software, Hardware & Database Support
Lowery Printer Mtn. Agree
Hosted Tax Connect, E-Forms, Payments
E-Forms Filing

OTHER EXPENSES
5,000 Possible Health Clinic Set up (1/5 also in 101.101, HR 101.113, Tax 204, Water B&C 710.661,
Sewer B&C 711 .671)
TRANSFER
13,550,000 Transfer to General Fund
REMITTANCE REVENUE COL.
0 EZ compensation to schools
REFUNDS
750,000 Due to large amounts on file
COMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE
20,100 Docuscan. Scan tax forms & correspondence
to attach to each account. Annual Mtn . $1,200

2016 Budget % Difference


14,740,830 20.35%

Page 95

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

INCOME TAX FUND


OFFICIAL- RONNI SHOWALTER
204.11S.S101
204.11S.S102
204.11S.S143
204.11S.S144
204.11S.S149
204.11S.S1S1
204.11S.S161
204.11S.S162
204.11S.S163
204.11S.S164
204.11S.S16S
204.11S.S166

204.11S.S201
204.11S.S202
204.11S.S203
204.11S.S207
204.11S.S231
204.11S.S239

204.11S.S302
204.11S.S309
204.11S.S316
204.11S.5321
204.115.5322
204.115.5323
204.115.5324
204.11S.5332
204.115.5336
204.115.5338
204.115.5339
204.11S.S341
204.11S.S342
204.115.S3S2
204.115.S359
204.115.5363
204.115.5369
204.115.5381
204.115.5384
204.115.5386
204.115.5389
204.115.S39S
204.11S.5399

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

17S,6S1.3S
4,384.64
180,03S.99

2,S40.69
31,S80.28

3,116.37
41,0S0.87

3,268.01
S1,863.3S

3,S40.00
S6,100.00

3,346.94
S6,947.12

3,S60.00
60,01S.OO

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

236,212.02

293,329.80

319,834.78

334,396.00

338,S68.96

339,S80.00

1,629.10
S,112.9S

976.38
3,S49.7S

1,264.83
S,923.14

1,800.00
8,000.00

1,211.99
2,12S.92

1,800.00
8,000.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

1,318.37
213,782.S2
6,039.01
S98.22

0
6,637.23
31,8S9.18
31,8S9.18
399
32,914.30

24,S9S .7S
24,S9S.7S
32S.S
23,S63.44

S,1S0.6S

4,621.20

237,283.3S
4S4.8S
237,738.20

242,616.00
1,SOO.OO
244,116.00

24S,026.26
2,S94.S9
247,620.8S

243,730.00
1,SOO.OO
24S,230.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

30,233.23
30,233.23
338.62
39,811.8S
2,62S.OO
S,819.87

34,180.00
34,180.00
34S
40,91S.OO
3,000.00
8,300.00

0
0
34,000.99
34,000.99
344.88
40,666.7S
S,200.00
7,388.SS

34,33S.OO
34,33S.OO
3SO
40,37S.OO
8,000.00
7,730.00

9S3.16

169.99

0
0

120.S6
49.99
14.99

1,0S4.81
44.79

2,700.00
200

7,69S.21

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ATIORNEYS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT COSTS
FILING FEES
COURT COSTS & FEES
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES
204.115.S501

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

204.11S.5S22
204.115.5523
204.11S.SS24
204.11S.SS27

REMITIANCE/ REVENUE COLLECTED


TAX REFUNDS
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

204.11S.SS31

JUDGEMENTS
JUDGEMENTS/DAMAGES & CLAIMS
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

204.11S.SS42

0
0
0

212,464.1S

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

3,000.00
200

sao

sao

4,7 11.67

162.33
7,S20.29

13,SOO.OO

4,437.S1

13,200.00

7,69S.2 1

4,711.67

7,S20.29

13,SOO.OO

4,437.S1

13,200.00

2,637.16
81.69
2,718.8S

1,890.49

2,009.82

1,890.49

2,009.82

2,SOO.OO
27S
2,77S.OO

1,482.12
113.82
1,S9S.94

2,SOO.OO
27S
2,77S.OO

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

307.74

S10.62
482.S
80.78

sao

418.04

8SO
200

1,833.00
80.78
2S
2,3S6.82

0
0
297.46
17S
90

36S
90

so

S62.46

762.74

1,073.90

1,600.00

0
0
0

3,447.92
18,20S.72
21,6S3.64

0
0
0
22,013.14
22,013.14

1S,86S.8S
1S,86S.8S

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

13,042.84

12,07S.70
77.41

0
0
0

0
0

0
1S,OOO.OO
22,SOO.OO
37,SOO.OO
3,000.00
3,000.00
6,000.00

0
0
0
13,903.46
13,903.46

0
0
0
0
0

7SO
1,000.00
17S

so
1,97S.OO

0
0
1S,OOO.OO
22,SOO.OO
37,SOO.OO
2,700.00
2,700.00
S,400.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

8,912.90
292.43

1S,OOO.OO
2SO

S,864.98
344.09

1S,OOO.OO
300

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

s,ooo.oo

0
0
0
0

13,123.64

12,1S3.11

9,20S.33

15,2SO.OO

6,209.07

20,300.00

38,0S8.S9

36,819.48

28,1S4.90

63,12S.OO

24,06S.29

67,950.00

12,SOO,OOO.OO
12,SOO,OOO.OO

13,SSO,OOO.OO
13,SSO,OOO.OO

13,SSO,OOO.OO
13,SSO,OOO.OO

10,SSO,OOO.OO
10,SSO,OOO.OO

13,SSO,OOO.OO
13,SSO,OOO.OO

80.8

0
0

481,S89.64

784,931.40
24.17

347,0S0.69

10,SSO,OOO.OO
10,SSO,OOO.OO
30,000.00
7SO,OOO.OO

0
0

0
0

0
14,444.44
496,034.08

319,894.19
1,391.72

7SO,OOO.OO

0
0

784,9SS.S7

347,0S0.69

780,000.00

321,28S.91

7SO,OOO.OO

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

12,996,034.08

14,334,9SS.S7

13,897,0S0.69

11,330,000.00

10,871,28S.91

14,300,000.00

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COMBINED
EXPENSES
204.115.5631
204.115.5637
204.115.5639

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL INCOME TAX FUND

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
1,375.55
0
1,37S.55

1,120.00
53.37
2,395.67
3,569.04

3,569.04
1,375.55
=========:::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; =============::;
13,279,375.45
14,673,385.56

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COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

-24
7,182.61
742.5
7,901.11

0
0
0
0

7,901.11

1,419.34

============== ==============

============:==

===============

11,239,777.01

14,740,830.00

14,260,461.77

11,741,021.00

0
1,419.34
0
1,419.34

0
20,100.00
0
20,100.00
20,100.00

CEMETERY FUND (Fund 205)


The City operates two cemeteries, Riverside and Rosehill, at which burial services are provided . Facilities
include a chapel, mausoleum, areas specifically set aside for cremated remains (Cremorials), and the
Veterans Memorial at the entrance to Riverside Cemetery. There are over 2,000 interments in historic five
acre Rosehill Cemetery and approximately 18,910 interments in Riverside Cemetery. The entire size of
Riverside Cemetery is approximately 65 acres. In the late 1990s, additional land (approx. 40 acres)
adjacent to Riverside Cemetery was purchased to further serve the City's cemetery land needs for an
estimated 70 additional years. In recent years, the Cemetery Department has had an increase of burial of
cremated remains. The Cemetery Fund is a Special Revenue Fund.
The Department is supervised by the Foreman . There is a laborer position and part-time staff through a
temporary agency to assist with the mowing, maintenance, and the care taking of the grounds. There is
also a part-time care-taker/office manager position. The Superintendent position has remained vacant
since 2010.

Revenues
Revenues are from the sale of lots, interments and the performance of related cemetery services.
The revenues are not sufficient to fund the costs of operating the cemeteries. Therefore, this fund
receives a transfer subsidy from the General Fund . In 2016, this amount is $200,000.
Expenditures
The expenditures, other than the full time and seasonal staff, are for operations and maintaining
equipment for mowing, maintenance and the digging of graves.
2016 Projected Revenues & Transfer, Cemetery Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures, Cemetery Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

$ 351,500
$ 363,702
$ 12,202

Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

$ 188,583
$ 173,419
$
1,700
$ 363,702

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2016 City of Troy Budget

51.9%
47.7%
0.4%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

CEMETERY FUND
205.000.4418
205.000.4420
205.000.4421
205.000.4422
205.000.4423

205.000.4645

205.000.4921
205.000.4922
205.000.4925
205 .000.4928
205.000.4990

MISCELLANEOUS
CEMETERY-BURIAL CHARGES
CEMETERY-CREMORIAL
CEMETERY-SALE OF LOTS
CEMETERY-MAINTENANCE SERVICES
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

0
108,481.26
0
53,010.00
0
161,491.26

0
104,511.42
0
34,162.50
0
138,673.92

0
105,577.40
0
48,735.00
0
154,312.40

0
89,685.00
0
39,765.00
0
129,450.00

0
98,028.70
0
42,735.00
0
140,763.70

0
105,000.00
0
45,000.00
0
150,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES

161,491.26

138,673.92

154,312.40

129,450.00

140,763.70

150,000.00

DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL DONATIONS/MIS(
MISCELLANEOUS REMIBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMB. PERSONNEL EXPENSE
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

1,535.51
1,535.51
1,535.51
0
0
0
330
330
150,000.00
150,000.00

1,572.25
1,572.25
1,572.25
0
2,847.88
7.61
0
2,855.49
250,000.00
250,000.00

1,834.00
1,834.00
1,834.00
0
5,503.17
33.5
0
5,536.67
200,000.00
200,000.00

1,915.00
1,915.00
1,91S.OO
0
4,700.00
0
0
4,700.00
200,000.00
200,000.00

1,919.00
1,919.00
1,919.00
0
4,700.66
0
0
4,700.66
200,000.00
200,000.00

0
0
0
0
1,500.00
0
0
1,500.00
200,000.00
200,000.00

205,536.67

204,700.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL CEMETERY FUND

150,330.00
252,855.49
::::::::::::;;;;;;;:::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::;;;;:::::::::========
313,356.77
393,101.66

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361,683.07

336,065.00

204,700.66

201,500.00

===:==========:=

===============

347,383.36

351,500.00

Cemetery Fund
205.333
5101
69,981
38,657
108,638
1,800
110,438
14,200
124,638
8,000
132,638

SALARIES
Foreman
Laborer
Plus rating
Part Time (1 year round person) (based on 29 hr. wk.)
OT

5205

CHEMICALS
3,000 Annual amount

5213

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES


2, 700 Replace lighting outside Mtn. Building wiLED lights
1,400 Routine
4,100

5338

5361

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT


78,000 Seasonal workers through employment agency
(Not to Exceed amount)
MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
3,000 Annual

5368

MAINTENANCE OF CEMETERY GROUNDS


12,500 Annual Amount

5399

OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS


12,000 Mainly Indigent Burials and Headstones for Indigents

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
1,700 Cemebase Mapping Software - Map Sect. 3 (multi-year project)

REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


5361

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
5,000 Replace HVAC system of Mtn . Building if completely fails

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
1,000 Replace wagon that transports plywood to protect grounds
2,600 Trakmats to prevent ruts and provide traction (replace slippery plywood)
(Both funded from 672 Cemetery Endowment Fund)

2015 Budget
353,926

2016 Budget % Difference


363,702 2.69%

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COMBINED
EXPENSES
CEMETERY FUND
OFFICIAL- DAVID HASTINGS
205.333.5101
FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
205.333.5102
OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
205.333.5143
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
205.333.5144
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
205.333.5149
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
205.333.5151
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
205.333.5161
LIFE INSURANCE
205.333.5162
HEALTH INSURANCE
205.333.5163
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
205.333.5164
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
205.333.5165
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
205.333.5166
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES
205.333.5201
205.333.5202
205.333.5203
205.333.5205
205.333.5207
205.333.5213
205.333.5215
205.333.5231
205.333.5239
205.333.5241
205.333.5243
205.333.5251
205.333.5253
205.333.52S4
205.333.5255

205.333.5302
205.333.5309
205.333.5311
205.333.5312
205.333.5313
205.333.5316
205.333.5321
205.333.5322
205.333.S323
20S.333.5324
205.333.5338
205.333.5339
205.333.5352
205.333.5359
205.333.5361
205.333.5363
205.333.5364
205.333.5365
205.333.5368
205.333.5369
205.333.5381
205.333.5383
205.333.5384
205.333.5386
205.333.5389
205.333.5390
205.333.5395
205.333.5398
205.333.5399

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

124,666.16
8,157.03
132,823.19
27,944.80
14,472.00

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

100,430.58
8,104.83
108,535.41

120,417.41
8,869.56
129,286.97

124,640.00
8,000.00
132,640.00

9,680.38

0
0

42,416.80
18,617.15
18,617.15
161
24,945.87

9,680.38
16,556.93
16,556.93
126
20,071.73

5,350.34

3,861.60

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

124,977.43
4,359.75
129,337.18
D

0
0

0
0
0

16,773.51
16,773.51
135.5
28,215.07
1,000.00
3,460.71

18,570.00
18,570.00
140
33,066.00
2,500.00
4,510.00

17,830.18
17,830.18
138
28,919.02
2,000.00
4,169.07

124,638.00
8,000.00
132,638.00

0
0
0
0
18,600.00
18,600.00
140
28,480.00
2,600.00
4,200.00

212.18
30,669.39

401.65
24,460.98

772.57
33,5B3 .85

1,925.00
42,141.00

766.2
35,992.29

1,925.00
37,345.00

224,526.53

159,233.70

179,644.33

193,351.00

183,159.65

188,583.00

396.87

154.83
141.08

142.83
225.25

200
200
200
5,000.00
400
700

206.02
83.98
294.45
4,691.00
588.84
1,396.52

200
100
200
3,000.00
500
4,100.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SERVICES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

4,990.99
4,853.72
11,755.10
1,341.66
706.77
2,048.43
8S1.33
614.7
9,275.14
983.26
11,724.43

9,039.23
4,010.73
15,041.21
1,050.00
1,235 .87
2,285.87
174.74
305.53
8,547.21
415.88
9,443.36

8,958.12
5,256.88
20,735.13
1,906.00
964.25
2,870.25
155.96
455.61
8,465.25
265.35
9,342.17

7,000.00
4,000.00
17,700.00
1,400.00
700
2,100.00
200
650
9,000.00
1,000.00
10,850.00

7,610.39
3,254.46
18,125.66
1,400.00
892.51
2,292.51
281.33
1,000.05
6,325.54
116.93
7,723.85

7,000.00
4,000.00
19,100.00
1,400.00
800
2,200.00
200
650
9,000.00
1,000.00
10,850.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

25,527.96

26,770.44

32,947.55

30,650.00

28,142.02

32,150.00

203.99

1,170.90

2,000.00

203.99
1,868.92
4,211.89
3,998.85

1,170.90
2,764.38
4,903.08
3,502.56

300
300
600
2,400.00
5,500.00
5,000.00

1,291.52

21.51
21.51
2,074.23
7,165.80
4,602.01

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. CEMETERY GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

0
0
0

0
0

347.92
1,165.60

331.2S
1,364.09

0
2,749.03
262.97
3,140.05

1,291.52
2,831.44
5,554.58
3,241.14

2,000.00
3,000.00
5,500.00
5,000.00

13,842.04
280.45
116
204
370
970.45
60,052.90
1,487.16
61,540.06

10,079.66

11,170.02

12,900.00
300
400
225
300
1,225.00
82,000.00
2,000.00
84,000.00

11,627.16
642.54
345
210.56
270
1,468.10
72,016.62
816.06
72,832.68

13,500.00
200
400
225
300
1,125.00
78,000.00
2,144.00
80,144.00

365

93.33
210.56
210
513.89
70,186.81
425
70,611.81

204
295
864
72,394.60
448
72,842.60

4,083.64
4,083.64
1,491.48
3,068.43
2,762.85
485
10,203.86

3,802.16
3,802.16
3,109.86
2,420.76
2,697.00
115.89
12,322.35

1,636.49
1,636.49
4,342.66
1,065.73
8,082.81
80
12,058.81

4,000.00
4,000.00
5,500.00
9,000.00
8,700.00
500
15,000.00

3,818.74
3,818.74
6,128.63
30
10,900.87
281.97
15,633.22

4,000.00
4,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
8,700.00
500
12,500.00

18,011.62
562.83

20,665.86
316.28

25,630.01
356.54

38,700.00
400

32,974.69
253.4

25,700.00

0
0
0

33.12

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

400
0
0
0

89.99
305.57

207.98
332.46

103.99
366.75

350.56
183.96

1,100.00
400

0
0
400

208.87
13,638.57
14,805.83

142.B4
15,658.65
16,691.33

523.64
14,896.98
16,247.90

200
17,000.00
18,000.00

223.17
11,178.42
12,189.51

900
12,000.00
14,800.00

113,275.15

125,149.60

126,981.02

159,425.00

136,202.40

141,269.00

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

205 .333.5501

205 .333.5601
205.333.5602
205 .333.5611
205.333.5621
205 .333.5622
205.333.5631
205.333.5632
205.333.5633
205.333.5637
205 .333.5639

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
772.43
0
772.43

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,900.00
0
521.99
0
3,421.99

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119.99
0
0
223.13
0
343.12

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
500
500

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,095.01
399
3,494.01

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,700.00
0
1,700.00

343.12

500

3,494.01

1,700.00

============== ============== ; ; ; ; : ;: : : : : : : : : : :; ; :; ;: : : :;:

::::::::;==========:=

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENT
BUILDINGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
WATER LINES
SEWER LINES
OTHER CONSTRUCTION IMPROV
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL CEMETERY FUND

772.43

3,421.99

==============

==============

364,102.07

314,575.73

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339,916.02

383,926.00

350,998.08

363,702.00

SAFETY-INCOME TAX FUND (Fund 207)

This fund is related to the Income Tax Fund. The Safety-Income Tax Fund directly receives its 0.25%
share of the Income Tax as noted above. This fund was used for the debt for the Police Station and Fire
Station #3, which were paid off in 2005. Funds are transferred to the General Fund to offset the cost of the
nine firefighters hired to staff Fire Station 3 at the time the community voted to increase the tax. The
revenues from the .25% income tax are used for police, fire and EMS activities.
2016 Projected Revenues, Safety-Income Tax Fund
2016 Projected Expenditure- Transfer, Safety-Income Tax Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

$2,300,000
$2,500,000
($ 200,000)

Expenditure Breakdown
There are no direct expenditures from this fund . All proceeds are transferred to the
General Fund as noted above.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND

207.000.4121

207.000.4601
207.000.4613

207.000.4711
207.000.4712
207.000.4990

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX


MUNCIPAL INCOME TAX

2,272,495.88
2,272,495.88

2,313,925.06
2,313,925.06

2,321,416.60
2,321,416.60

2,519,440.00
2,519,440.00

2,519,443.15
2,519,443.15

2,300,000.00
2,300,000.00

TOTAL TAXES

2,272,495.88

2,313,925.06

2,321,416.60

2,519,440.00

2,519,443.15

2,300,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENTS EARNINGS
SALE OF ASSETS
OTHER REVENUES

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
=============
2,313,925.06
2,321,416.60

==============

0
=============
2,519,440.00
2,519,443.15

==========;;;===

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND

::;:;;:;::;;:;;:;;:;;:;::;:;:;::;;:;::;;:; ==============
2,272,495.88

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2,300,000.00

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR

207.216.5501
207.217.5501

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS
TOTAL SAFETY INCOME TAX FUND

2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00
============= ============= ===:========== ==============
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00

==============

==============

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00

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2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00

2,500,000.00
0
2,500,000.00
2,500,000.00

MUNICIPAL REAL PROPERTY FUND (Fund 218)

This fund had been the recipient of 25% of the Inheritance Tax revenues in excess of $2,000. Effective
January 1, 2013, the State of Ohio eliminated all estate tax collections for municipalities. The only
potential revenue is attributed to estates that had not closed.
This revenue source had been used for decades for the acquisition, construction, and/or maintenance of
municipal property or facilities. From the fund balance remaining, $64,400 has been budgeted to address
minimal maintenance at a few City properties during 2016. The lack of this funding source will create
challenges in the future to address needed maintenance.

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2013

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

MUNICIPAL REAL PROPERTY FUND


218.000.4143

218.000.4601
218.000.4613
218.000.4645
218.000.4649

218.000.4990

ESTATE TAX
STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

57,SS6.15
57,556.15

75,439.41
75,439.41

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL TAXES

57,556.15

75,439.41

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
SALE OF ASSETS
OTHER REVENUE
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

2,228.38
2,228.38
0
0
0
13.36
13.36

1,479.18
1,479.18
80,496.91
80,496.91
0
0
0

1,788.74
1,788.74
0
0
0
34.3
34.3

1,520.00
1,520.00
0
0
0
6
6

1,S60.90
1,560.90
0
0
0
6.22
6.22

1,750.00
1,750.00
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

2,241.74

81,976.09

1,823.04

1,526.00

1,567.12

1,750.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0

0
0

5,458.76
5,458.76

0
0

0
0

0
0

5,458.76
0
============== ========;;;;=====
157,415.50
7,281.80
59,797.89

======:::;;;::::::::::::::::::

1,567.12

1,750.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL MUNIC REAL PROPERTY FUND

==============

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0
1,526.00

============== :::;;;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;;;;;;;:::

Municipal Real Property Fund


218.801

5361

2015 Budget
88,200

MAINT. OF FACILITIES
30,000 Routine
20,000 PO Exterior Foundation Repairs
14,400 FD concrete work at Sta. 3 apparatus approach
64,400

2016 Budget % Difference


64,435 -36.88%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
MUNICIPAL REAL PROPERTY FUND
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
218.801.5331 ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
218.801.5361 MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
218.801.5395 CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

218.801.5501
218.801.5524
218.801.5527

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS
TOTAL OTHER DISRBURSEMENTS

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

6,000.00
6,000.00
28,810.07
28,810.07
0
0

0
0
114,185.12
114,185.12
0
0

0
0
28,224.28
28,224.28
0
0

0
0
88,200.00
88,200.00
0
0

0
0
57,858.81
57,858.81
0
0

0
0
64,400.00
64,400.00
0
0

34,810.07

114,185.12

28,224.28

88,200.00

57,858.81

64,400.00

0
0
0
479.05
479.05

0
0
0.7
0
0.7

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
34.19
0
34.19

0
0
35
0
35

479.05

0.7

34.19

============== ============== =============:;; ============== ===========:==


TOTAL MUNICIPAL REAL PROP FU ND

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

35,289.12

114,185.82

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28,224.28

88,200.00

57,893.00

35
==============

64,435.00

MIAMI CONSERVANCY DISTRICT FUND (Fund 219)


This fund accounts for millage levied on property within the City of Troy to recover the unit assessment
established by the Miami Conservancy District and charged to the City of Troy for district costs associated
with flood prevention and control. Based on an opinion received by the Miami County Auditor, the City was
advised that there would not be 2013 revenues as the contributions may be in excess of the ten mill
limitation. However, the Miami County Prosecutor, on behalf of the City of Troy, asked the Attorney
General of the State of Ohio to review that opinion and it was determine that revenues should be attributed
to the City of Troy as they had historically been applied.
2016 Projected Revenues, MCD Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, MCD Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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$ 49,042
$ 80,600
($ 31 ,558)

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2016

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

MIAMI CONSERVANCY DISTRICT FUND


219.000.4110
219.000.4111
219.000.4112
219.000.4113
219.000.4132
219.000.4133

219.000.4333

219.000.4621

REAL ESTATE PROPERTY TAXES


PUBLIC UTIL PERSONAL PROP TAX
REAL PROP TAX-ROLLBACK/HOMESTD
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX
PROPERTY TAXES
TRAILER TAX (MOBILE HOME TAX)
MOTOR HOME TAX
OTHER LOCAL TAXES

30,530.00
755.0S
0
3,950.01
35,235 .06
0.38
0
0.38

0
0
0
1,972.35
1,972.35
0
0
0

29,649 .90
894.44
0
1,971.48
32,515.82
0.3
0
0.3

38,885.00
1,060.00
0
985
40,930.00
0
0
0

38,888.36
1,062.05
0
985.56
40,935.97
0.38
0
0.38

42,983.00
1,345.00
0
0
44,328.00
0
0
0

TOTAL TAXES

35,235.44

1,972.35

32,516.12

40,930.00

40,936.35

44,328.00

STATE HOMESTEAD/ROLLBACK
INTERGOVERNMENTAL-STATE

3,942.38
3,942.38

0
0

3,657.19
3,657.19

4,715.00
4,715.00

4,715.79
4,715.79

4,714.00
4,714.00

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

3,942 .38

3,657.19

4,715.00

4,715.79

4,714.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

SPEC ASSESSNENTS- CO AUDITOR


SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MIAMI CONSERV DIST FUND

0
========;:;=====
39,177.82

============== ==============
1,972.35

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

============== ============== ::::::;;;;;::;::;::;;:;;::;::::::::::::

36,173.31

45,645.00

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

49,042.00

45,652.14

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

MIAMI CONSERVANCY DISTRICT FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE
219.104.5374
219.104.5379

219.104.5512

AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING

610.75
59,131.63
59,742.38

0.17
75,489.68
75,489.85

567.52
75,489.68
76,057.20

600
80,000.00
80,600.00

612.41
75,489.68
76,102.09

600
80,000.00
80,600.00

TOTAL SERVICES
REFUND-PRIOR YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE

59,742.38
0
0

75,489.85
0
0

76,057.20
0
0

80,600.00
0

76,102.09
0
0

80,600.00
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

===============
TOTAL MIAMI CONSERVANCY FUND

============== ==============

59,742.38

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75,489.85

76,057.20

============== ====::;;;;::::====== ::;::;;;::;:;:;;:::;::::::::::::::::::::


80,600.00

76,102.09

80,600.00

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FUND (Fund 225)


The fund was created in 1989 to account for revenues and expenditures related to certain recreational
programs offered to the general public. This is a Special Revenue Fund with revenues received from
those participating in a number of recreational programs, such as Soccer, Girls Softball, Baton,
Cheerleading, and Junior Hockey to name a few. Most expenditures are those associated directly with the
instructors for the programs and minor operational costs such as t-shirts for participants. The 2016 budget
includes funds to purchase a new timing system and two laptops for the box office.

2016 Projected Revenues, Recreational Programs Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, Recreational Programs Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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$151,550
$ 147,639
($ 3,911)

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FUND

225.000.4410
225.000.4418
225.000.4451
225.000.4459

225.000.4601
225.000.4645
225.000.4649

225.000.4921
225.000.4991

VENDING COMMISSIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES
CONCESSIONS
RECREATION FEES/PROGRAMS
LEISURE EVENT RECEIPTS

1,844.39
0
1,844.39
850
129,558.10
130,408.10

1,592.59
0
1,592.59
850
115,696.57
116,546.57

1,306.38
0
1,306.38
1,050.00
137,336.25
138,386.25

1,495.00
0
1,495.00
850
120,205.00
121,055.00

1,588.98
0
1,588.98
850
121,042.14
121,892.14

2,000.00
0
2,000.00
950
115,000.00
115,950.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

132,252.49

118,139.16

139,692.63

122,550.00

123,481.12

117,950.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLEANOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

2,186.71
2,186.71
0
11.84
11.84

1,249.28
1,249.28
0
0
0

1,621.61
1,621.61
0
28.5
28.5

1,605.00
1,605.00
0
7
7

1,654.11
1,654.11
0
7.64
7.64

1,600.00
1,600.00
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

2,198.55

1,249.28

1,650.11

1,612.00

1,661.75

1,600.00

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER
TRANSFERS

7,300.00
7,300.00
0
0

7,640.09
7,640.09
0
0

219.36
219.36
0
0

65
65
0
0

67.51
67.51
0
0

12,000.00
12,000.00
0
0

7,300.00

7,640.09

219.36

65

67.51

12,000.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL RECREACIONAL PROGM FUND

::;::;::;;;;;;;;::;:;;:;;;;::;::;::;::;:::: ==============
141,751.04

127,028.53

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141,562.10

124,227.00

125,210.38

131,550.00

Recreational Programs Fund

225
5101

PT EMPLOYEES
5,600 Part time

5214

RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES
29,000 Various supplies for programs

5338

PERSONAL SERVICES
22,000 Persons hired through personal service
contracts to run programs

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
4,000 2 Laptops for box offices

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
8,000 Dolphin Timing System

This fund is an "in and out" to provide the staff


and supplies for a variety of programs run by
the Recreation Dept.

2015 Budget
138,770

2016 Budget % Difference


147,639 6.01%

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2012

2013

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FUND


OFFICIAL- KENNETH SILER
225.441.5101
225.441.5102
225.441.5151
225.441.5164
225.441.5166

225.441.5201
225.441.5214

225.441.5303
225.441.5338
225.441.5339
225.441.5381
225.441.5386
225.441.5389
225.441.5398
225.441.5399

225.441.5501
225.441.5511
225.441.5524
225.441.5527
225.441.5541

225.441.5637
225.441.5639

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
0
0
0
0
360.26
0
360.26

3,009.95
0
3,009.95
421.41
421.41
325.44
43.69
369.13

3,852.72
0
3,852.72
539.38
539.38
344.67
55.87
400.S4

4,000.00
0
4,000.00
560
560
140
60
200

5,583.22
0
5,583.22
781.63
781.63
350.3
80.96
431.26

5,600.00
0
5,600.00
785
785
190
80
270

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

360.26

3,800.49

4,792.64

4,760.00

6,796.11

6,655.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
28,682.93
28,682.93

0
26,703.70
26,703.70

0
27,991.34
27,991.34

0
32,400.00
32,400.00

0
24,537.85
24,537.85

9
29,000.00
29,009.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

28,682.93

26,703.70

27,991.34

32,400.00

24,537.85

29,009.00

RENT/LEASE OF REAL ESTATE


RENTS/LEASES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
POSTAGE
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

S9,150.00
59,150.00
26,712.56
0
26,712.56
96.78
0
0
0
9,925.50
10,022.28

52,185.22
52,185.22
23,770.32
2,242.52
26,012.84
33.11
462
0
0
9,756.97
10,252.08

54,625.00
54,625.00
23,100.00
2,468.41
25,568.41
52.67
30.84
0
67.56
3,640.75
3,791.82

52,000.00
52,000.00
22,000.00
2,000.00
24,000.00
300
460
0
0
9,000.00
9,760.00

62,530.00
62,530.00
22,659.00
1,366.36
24,025.36
0
0
0
20
6,864.48
6,884.48

51,500.00
51,500.00
22,000.00
2,000.00
24,000.00
100
200
0
75
9,500.00
9,875.00

TOTAL SERVICES

95,884.84

88,450.14

83,985.23

85,760.00

93,439.84

85,375.00

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
1,515.00
1,515.00
0
448
448
7,400.00
7,400.00

0
0
4,062.32
4,062.32
0.65
0
0.65
7,300.00
7,300.00

0
0
2,883.00
2,883.00
0
0
0
9,238.94
9,238.94

0
0
2,800.00
2,800.00
1,000.00
1,050.00
12,000.00
12,000.00

0
0
1,414.00
1,414.00
36.45
0
36.45
2,500.00
2,500.00

0
0
2,000.00
2,000.00
100
500
600
12,000.00
12,000.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

9,363.00

11,362.97

12,121.94

15,850.00

3,950.45

14,600.00

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

3,512.00
0
3,512.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4,000.00
8,000.00
12,000.00

3,512.00

137,803.03

130,317.30

128,891.15

138,770.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL RECREATIONAL PROGRAM FD

so

12,000.00
======:::;=======
147,639.00
128,724.25
0

====;;;;========== ============== ============== ============== ===============

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PARK AND RECREATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND (Fund 228)

This fund was established by Ordinance in 1974 to receive funds paid by developers and/or contractors in
lieu of dedicating public green space. Funds are to be used to acquire or permanently improve parks
and/or recreation facilities. With slowed development and a low amount established for the green space
calculation, revenues are minimal.

2016 Projected Revenues, Park & Rec CIP Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, Park & Rec CIP Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

Page 119

2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 3,050
$55.070
($ 51,990)

Page 120

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

PARK & REC CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

228.000.4335

228.000.4418

228.000.4601
228.000.4612
228.000.4613
228.000.4619
228.000.4645
228.000.4649

228.000.4990

STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL- STATE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
RENTS/LEASES
SALE OF ASSETS
PARK & PLAYGROUND FEES
OTHER REVENUES
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

160.45
160.45
0
0
500
500
1,797.85
0.71
1,798.56

119.34
119.34
0
49,207.00
2,500.00
51,707.00
7,472.26
0
7,472.26

438.92
438.92
0
0
500
500
4,598.01
8.09
4,606.10

495
495
0
0
3,500.00
3,500.00
6,050.00
8,000.00
14,050.00

511.34
511.34
0
0
3,500.00
3,500.00
7,557.75
13,002.48
20,560.23

400
400
0
0
2,650.00
2,650.00
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANOUS

2,459.01

59,298.60

5,545.02

18,045.00

24,571.57

3,050.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
==========;;;;=== ======:;;;;:=:==== ================
59,298.60
5,545.02
18,045.00
24,571.57

==============

OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

============== =============:=
TOTAL PARK & REC CAP IMPROV FD

2,459.01

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0
3,050.00

Parks and Rec Capital Improvement


228.440.
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
5,000 Misc. if needed

5602

5611

BUILD INGS
45,000 Archer Park restroom construction- 1/2 cost, half in
101.440 Park
OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,000 Treasure Island bike racks, equipment (Funded from donations)

5639

2015 Budget
95,300

2016 Budget % Difference


55,070 -73.05%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

20 14

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PARK & REC CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR

228.440.5239

228.440.5339
228.440.5361

228.440.5395

228.440.5524
228.440.5527

228.440.5601
228.440.5602
228.440.5611

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SERVICE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS

0
18.8
18.8

0.04
0
0.04

0
0
0

0
100
100

11.51
0
11.51

20
50
70

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

18.8

0.04

100

11.51

70

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
BUILDINGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES

0
26,148.82
26,148.82
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
5,000.00
5,000.00
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
5,000.00
5,000.00
45,000.00
45,000.00

5,200.00

5,000.00

55,000.00

11.51

55,070.00

EQUIPMENT

228.440.5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL PARK & REC CAP IMPROV FD

26,148.82
===============
26,167.62

============== ==============

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0.04

10,200.00
===============

10,300.00

============== ==============

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT REVOLVING LOAN FUND (Fund 230)


The CDBG fund was established in 1980. Revenues and expenditures are for Federal grants administered
through the State, and are designated for community/environmental improvements under specific
guidelines. The fund also receives loan repayments and other restricted CDBG Program Income and
provides for future loan program disbursements from the Fund Balance.
Expenditures for the annual CDBG Formula Allocation Program grants are included in the Capital
Improvement (Fund 441) budget.

2016 Projected Revenues, CDBG Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, CDBG Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 188,000
$ 390.494
($ 202,494)

Page 124

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND

230.000.4311
230.000.4331
230.000.4335

230.000.4418

230.000.4601
230.000.4602
230.000.4620

230.000.4939
230.000.4990
230.000.4992

FEDERAL GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL-FEDERAL
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL- STATE

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

3,408.00
3,408.00

10,193.00
10,193.00

6,974.25
6,974.25

380
380

384.57
384.57

2,000.00
2,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

3,408.00

10,193.00

6,974.25

380

384.57

2,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INTEREST - REPAYMENT
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
FEES
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

0
43,884.21
43,884.21
2,146.87
2,146.87

0
44,008.86
44,008.86
1,881.65
1,881.65

0
44,343.41
44,343.41
1,185.99
1,185.99

0
38,760.00
38,760.00
110
110

0
38,761.97
38,761.97
112.2
112.2

0
26,000.00
26,000.00
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

46,031.08

45,890.51

45,529.40

38,870.00

38,874.17

26,000.00

288,798.63
288,798.63
14,299.23
0
14,299.23

166,513.77
166,513.77
0
0
0

238,769.75
238,769.75
0
0
0

197,010.00
197,010.00
0
0
0

197,010.45
197,010.45
0
0
0

160,000.00
160,000.00
0
0
0

238,769.75
==========:;;;;::;;;
222,597.28
291,273.40

197,010.45

160,000.00

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:::::::== ====

236,269.19

188,000.00

LOAN PRINCIPAL REPAYMENT


OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
ADVANCES FROM OTHER FUNDS
ADVANCES
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE

303,097.86
==============

TOTAL COMM DEV BLOCK GRT FUND

352,536.94

166,513.77

===============

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197,010.00
236,260.00

============== ==============

CDBG
230
(Loan Program Expenses Only)
5339

MISC. SERVICES
30,500 Design/Engineering if necessary

5379

INTER/INTRA GOVERNMENTAL BILLING


75,000 Reimbursement transferred to GF and then transferred
to Fund 245 - Small Business Dev. Loan Program

5526

LOAN DISBURSEMENTS
283,994 Loans through the year
for approved applications

NOTE: ALL EXPENDITURES FOR ANNUAL CDBG PROJECT


INCLUDING FAIR HOUSING AND CONSULTANT ARE
PAID FROM 441 FUND (CAP IMPR) TO KEEP ALL
EXPENSES TOGETHER; CDBG GRANT REVENUE
DEPOSITED DIRECTLY INTO 441 FUND TO OFFSET EXPENSES

20 15 Budget
751.400

2016 Budget% Difference


390.494 -92.42%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2016

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

COM M UMITY DEVElOPMENT BlOCK GRANT FUND


OFFICIAl- JAMES DANDO
230.SS9.5334
230.SS9.5339
230.5S9.S379
230.5S9.5395

230.SS9.SS0 1
230.5S9.5526

230.SS9.S6S1

230.SS9.5801

MANAGEMENT CONSUlTANTS
MISCEllANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAl/CONSUlTANT SERV
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BilliNG
INTER/INTRAGOVERNMENTAl Bill
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

8,47S.OO
208
8,683.00
123,S18.14
123,518.14
0
0

0
240
240
43,982.32
43,982.32
0
0

0
77.5
77.5
S4,895.68
54,895.68
0
0

900
30,SOO.OO
36,600.00
75,000.00
75,000.00
0
0

0
1,131.0S
1,131.05
50,229.20
50,229 .20
0
0

1,000.00
30,500.00
36,SOO.OO
75,000.00
7S,OOO.OO
0
0

TOTAl SERVICES

132,201.14

44,222.32

S4,973.18

106,400.00

51,360.25

106,SOO.OO

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
lOAN DISTRIBUTION
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS

38,000.00
38,000.00
22S,393.01
22S,393.01

0
0
415,699 .49
41S,699.49

10,000.00
10,000.00
217,675.00
217,675.00

0
0
645,000.00
64S,OOO.OO

0
0
208,889.90
208,889.90

0
0
283,994.00
283,994.00

TOTAl OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

263,393.01

415,699.49

227,67S.OO

645,000.00

208,889.90

283,994.00

GENERAl FIXED ASSETS


INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAl CAPITAl OUTlAY

lOSS ON lOAN
lOSS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAl OTHER FI NANCING USES

============== ============== ===============


TOTAl COMM DEVElOP BlOCK GRANT

39S,S94.1S

4S9,921.81

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282,648.18

============= =========;;;;;;;;;;::;:: ============:::=


7S1,400.00

260,2S0.1S

390,494.00

PARKING AND DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND (Fund 231)


The fund was established in 1981 to receive transfers from the Parking Meter Fund of a share of parking
fines . Funds are to be used for the improvement, maintenance and/or acquisition of parking facilities and
equipment. The 2016 budget includes funds related to a new Mulberry Street Parking Lot (design and part
of the construction cost) as well as funds for a downtown parking/traffic master plan .

2016 Projected Revenues, Parking Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfer, Parking Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 16,500
$ 145.430
($ 128,930)

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

PARKING & DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND


231.000.4551

231.000.4601
231.000.4649

231.000.4937
231.000.4990

PARKING FINES
MUNC COURT FINES & FORFEITURES

21,053.00
21,053.00

15,645.00
15,645.00

2,515.00
2,515.00

22,555.00
22,5S5.00

22,915.00
22,91S.OO

15,000.00
1S,OOO.OO

TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

21,053.00

15,645.00

2,S15.00

22,555 .00

22,915.00

15,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

2,207.63
2,207.63
12.38
12.38

1,344.05
1,344.05
0
0

1,697.86
1,697.86
32.67
32.67

1,43S.OO
1,435.00
6
6

1,474.40
1,474.40
6.42
6.42

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

2,220.01

1,344.05

1,730.53

1,441.00

1,480.82

0
0
0
0

-10
-10
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

-10

PETTY CASH ADJ/IMPRST CASH RTN


OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

============== ============== ============== =============== ============== ===============


TOTAL PARKING IMPROVEMENT FUND

23,273.01

16,979.05

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4,245.53

23,996.00

24,39S.82

1S,OOO.OO

Parking and Downtown Improvement


231.782
5331

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


30,000 Design of Mulberry Street Parking areas
20,000 DT parking/traffic master plan
50,000

5361

MTN . FAC.
10,000 As needed

5651

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


85,000 Share of construction, Mulberry Lot (part in 441 Capital Fund)

2015 Budget
30,410

2016 Budget % Difference


145,430 79.09%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
B'uDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

PARKING & DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFITY DIRECTOR

231.782.5331
231.782.5361
231.782.5395

231.782.5524
231.782.5527

231.782.5633
231.782.5651

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


PROFESSIONAL & CONSULTANT SERV
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
18,437.50
18,437.50
0
0

0
0
10,000.00
10,000.00
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

50,000.00
50,000.00
10,000.00
10,000.00
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

18,437.50

10,000.00

60,000.00

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

0
450.03
450.03

0.75
0
0.75

0
0
0

10
400
410

32.41
0
32.41

30
400
430

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

450.03

0.75

410

32.41

430

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

20,000.00
20,000.00
0
0

19,760.00
19,760.00
0
0

0
0
85,000.00
85,000.00

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

============== =====:::======== ===:;;:==========


TOTAL PARKING/DOWNTOWN IMPROV

450.03

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0.75

18,437.50

20,000.00

19,760.00
==============
30,410.00
19,792.41

==============

85,000.00

==============
145,430.00

DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND (Fund 235)

Established in 1987, this fund receives fines from drug related offenses in which the Troy Police
Department was primarily responsible for arrest and conviction . Funds are used to subsidize the City's
drug law enforcement programs. $17,000 is budgeted to replace a document shredder and five radios.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND

235 .000.4510

235.000.4618

235.000.4921

MUNICIPAL COURT FINES


MUNC COURT FINES & FORFEITURES

125
125

130
130

250
250

220
220

220
220

0
0

TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

125

130

250

220

220

SALE OF CONFISCATED MATERIAL


OTHER REVENUES

11,865.50
11,865.50

0
0

12,526.15
12,526.15

3,175.00
3,175.00

3,178.98
3,178.98

0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

11,865.50

12,526.15

3,175.00

3,178.98

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIBURSEMENTS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

=========:;;:;;;;;;;;;;;; ==========;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;
TOTAL DRUG LAW ENFORCE FUND

11,990.50

130

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==============
12,776.15

============== =============== ======;;;=======

3,395.00

3,398.98

Drug Law Enforcement Fund


235.217
5399

MISC. EQ
2,000 Misc. as needed

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
7,000 Document shredder, repl. one 30 years old
10,000 Radios (5@$2000)
17,000

Fund est. 1987. Fines distributed to City from drug related offenses in which the TPD was primarily responsible
for the arrest/conviction of offender. Fund to be used only to subsidize City's drug law enforcement efforts.

2015 Budget
10,250

2016 Budget % Difference


19,250 46.75%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND
OFFICIAL- CHARLES PHELPS
235.217.5321 TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
235.217.5322 TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
235.217.5395 CONTINGENCY
235.217.5399 OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

235.217.5639

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2,000.00
2,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2,000.00
2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE

793.7
793.7

0
0

161.4
161.4

250
250

0
0

250
250

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

793.7

161.4

250

250

0
0

0
0

0
0

8,000.00
8,000.00

6,748.42
6,748.42

17,000.00
17,000.00

8,000.00

6,748.42

17,000.00

793.7

161.4

10,250.00

6,748.42

19,250.00

TOTAL SERVICES

235.217.5511

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT FD

============== ============== =:============= ============== ============== ====:;;;=========

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LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND (Fund 236)

Established in 1987, this fund receives proceeds from the sale of contraband (i.e., vehicles and personal
property) seized and forfeited as a result of a felony arrest. The funds are expended for complex
investigations, prosecution, technical training, and law enforcement purposes. For 2016, $9,000 is
budgeted for training for Police supervisory staff.

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Page 136

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2016

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND

236.000.4510

236.000.4618
236.000.4649

MUNICIPAL COURT FINES


MUNC COURT FINES & FORFEITURES

1,859.00
1,859.00

1,102.00
1,102.00

3,876.99
3,876.99

490
490

490
490

2,000.00
2,000.00

TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

1,859.00

1,102.00

3,876.99

490

490

2,000.00

SALE OF CONFISCATED MATERIAL


OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

7,873 .00
7,873.00
0
0

0
0
0
0

8,389.47
8,389.47
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

7,873.00

490

2,000.00

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::;;:::; ==============

9,732.00

TOTAL LAW ENFORCE TRUST FUND

8,389.47

==============

==============

12,266.46

490

1,102.00

============== ;: :; ; ; : :; : :; : :; : :; : :; : :;: :: ;: :; : :; : :; : :;

Law Enforcement Trust Fund


236.217
TRAINING
9,000 One Time Training for PD Supervisors

5321/5322

OTHER EXPENSES FOR OPERATION


2,000 Misc.

5399

Fund est. 1987. Revenues from public auction of contraband and personal property seized/forfeited
as a result of felony arrest/prosecution/conviction by TPD. Fund to be used in complex investigations
of prosecutions, technical training, or other appropriate law enforcement purposes.

2015 Budget
15,810

2016 Budget % Difference


11 ,000 -43.73%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST FUND


OFFICIAL - CHARLES PHELPS

236.217.5321
236.217.5322
236.217.5395
236 .217.5399

236.217.5639

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2,000.00
2,000.00

0
0
0
0
2,549.34
2,549.34

9,000.00
0
9,000.00
0
2,000.00
2,000.00

TOTAL SERVICES

2,000.00

2,549.34

11,000.00

OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0

5,295.00
5,295.00

8,882.00
8,882.00

13,810.00
13,810.00

8,146.82
8,146.82

0
0

5,295.00

8,882.00

13,810.00

8,146.82

5,295.00

8,882.00

15,810.00

10,696.16

11,000.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUND

;:; ; ;: :; ;: :; ;: :; : :; : :; : :; : :;;: :; : :; : :; : :; : :; ;: :; : :; ;:; ; ; ; ;: :; : :; : :; : :; : :; : :; : :; : :; ============== ============== ==============:= :; ;: :; : :;: :;: :; : :; : :; ; : :; ; ; ;: :;: :;: :

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SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND (Fund 245)

This fund was established in 2007 with non-federal money for the purpose of establishing a fund that would
meet the needs of smaller businesses. Guidelines for applicants and for loan approvals were approved by
Council. All applications must be reviewed and recommended by the Loan Review Committee and
approved by Troy City Council. As loans are repaid, those repayments are returned to the fund and made
available to loan to other qualified applicants.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND


245.000.4418

642.S
642.5

912
912

7,150.00
7,150.00

365
365

366.61
366.61

s,ooo.oo

INTEREST EARNINGS
INTEREST REPAYMENT
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
FEES
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

0
7,926.55
7,926.55
914
914

0
5,516.08
5,516.08
332.78
332.78

0
15,969.58
15,969.58
134.5
134.5

0
17,215.00
17,215.00
0
0

0
17,218.78
17,218.78
0
0

0
15,000.00
15,000.00
200
200

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

9,483.05

6,760.86

23,254.08

17,580.00

17,585.39

20,200.00

134,808.00
134,808.00
133,018.14
0
133,018.14

85,242.47
85,242.47
51,982.32
0
51,982.32

50,696.63
50,696.63
61,395.68
0
61,395.68

58,180.00
58,180.00
56,725.00
0
56,725.00

58,181.72
58,181.72
56,729.20
0
56,729.20

90,000.00
90,000.00
81,500.00
0
81,500.00

137,224.79

112,092.31
========:::::::;:::::::::::
135,346.39

==============

MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES FOR SVC
TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICES

245.000.4601
245.000.4602
245.000.4620

245.000.4939
245.000.4990
245.000.4992

LOAN PRINCIPAL REPAYMENT


OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
ADVANCES FROM OTHER FUNDS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCE
TOTAL SM BUSINESS DEV RL FUND

267,826.14

========;;;======

==============

277,309.19

143,985.65

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114,905.00
132,485.00

114,910.92

5,000.00

171,500.00

;;;::::::::::::::::::======= :::;;;;;;;;;;;;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::

132,496.31

191,700.00

245

SB DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND

5526

LOAN DISBURSEMENTS

350,000 Loans through year if applications approved

2015 Budget
378,350

2016 Budget% Difference


351 ,500 -7.64%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND


OFFICIAL- JAMES DANDO
245.558.5201

24S.S58.5334
245 .558. 5339
245.558.5379
245.558.5381
245.5S8.5386
245.558.5398
245.558.5399

245.558.5511
245.558.5526

245.558.5801

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES

TOTAL MATERIAL & SPPLIES

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROF/CONSULTANT SERVICES
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
ADVERTISING
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
36
36
0
0
0
0
0
52
52

0
24
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,000.00
100
1,100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
116
116
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,000.00
500
1,500.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

88

24

1,100.00

116

1,500.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUND OF REVENUE
LOAN DISTRIBUTION
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

0
0
30,300.00
30,300.00

0
0
50,000.00
50,000.00

0
0
446,102.25
446,102.25

0
0
350,000.00
350,000.00

0
0
11,107.00
11,107.00

0
0
350,000.00
350,000.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

30,300.00

50,000.00

446,102.25

350,000.00

11,107.00

350,000.00

27,250.00

0
0
0
=======:::====== ==============
30,388.00
446,102.25
50,024.00

27,250.00

==============

=========:::;:;;::::::::.:::

:::::::::::::::::;;;:::::::::::::======

378,350.00

11,223.00

351,500.00

LOSS ON LOAN
TOTAL LOSS ON SALE OFF/A
TOTAL SM BUSINESS DEV RL FUND

===============

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BOND RETIREMENT FUND (Fund 332)

The Bond Retirement Fund is maintained for the accumulation of resources for, and the payment of,
general obligation long-term debt. Payments are for principal, interest and related costs.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

BOND RETIREMENT FUND

332.000.4121

332.000.4601
332.000.4621
332.000.4645
332.000.4649

332.000.4711
332.000.4 712
332.000.4815
332.000.4816
332.000.4990
332.000.4991
332.000.4992

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX


MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL INCOME TAX

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
SPEC ASSESSMENTS- CO AUDITOR
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

0
0
765.82
765.82
0
0.01
0.01

0
0
94.12
94.12
0
0
0

0
0
1,642.98
1,642.98
0
0
0

0
0
145
145
0
0
0

0
0
149.14
149.14
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

765.83

94.12

1,642.98

145

149.14

0
0
0
10,116.94
10,116.94
810,000.00
0
0
810,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
760,000.00
0
0
760,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
730,000.00
0
0
730,000.00

76,935.00
0
0
0
76,935.00
1,075,000.00
0
0
1,075,000.00

76,938.45
0
0
0
76,938.45
1,075,000.00
0
0
1,075,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
3,000,000.00
0
0
3,000,000.00

820,116.94

760,000.00

1,151,938.45

3,000,000.00

1,152,087.59

3,000,000.00

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PREMIUM ON SALE OF BONDS/NOTES
ACCRUED INT. BONDS/NOTES SOLD
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BOND & NOTES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER
ADVANCES FROM OTHER FUNDS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

===========:=== ==============

TOTAL BOND RETIREMENT FUND

820,882.77

760,094.12

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730,000.00

1,151,935.00
==============
731,642.98
1,152,080.00

==============

============== ==============

BOND RETIREMENT FUND 332


332.901
5413

PRINCIPAL PAYMENTS
2,364,252

INTEREST PAYMENTS

5423
488,839

Capital
Investment

1,078,754

Interest

Total

(5413)

(5423)

Debt Service

Maturity

Cemetery Maintenance Building

27,218

5,409

32,627

2024

Elm Street Improvement

35,593

7,070

42,663

2024

Fire Station #2

150,449

29,884

180,333

2024

Pool

235,992

46,876

282,868

2024

Stadium

185,000

33,350

218,350

2022

Riverfront Dev

230,000

340,750

570,750

2040

1,500,000

25,500

1,525,500

2,364,252

488,839

2,853,091

Huelskamp Farm

2015 Budget

Principal

2016 Budget% Difference


2,813,091 61 .65%

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2014

2013

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

BOND RETIREMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE
332.901.5339
332.901.5374
332.901.5395
332.901.5399

332.901.5411
332.901.5413
332.901.5414
332.901.5421
332.901.5423
332.901.5424

332.901.5501

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
38.05
38.05
0
0
0

0
0
4.48
4.48
0
0
0

0
0
82.15
82.15
0
0
0

0
0
100
100
0
0
0

0
0
7.46
7.46
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERIVCES

38.05

4.48

82.15

100

7.46

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
PRINCIPAL PYMT-BONDS
PRINCIPAL PYMT-S/A BONDS
DEBT SERVICE - PRINCIPAL
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
INTEREST PYMT-BONDS
INTEREST PYMT-S/A BONDS
DEBT SERVICE- INTEREST

0
604,825.53
0
604,825.53
0
1S4,229.32
0
1S4,229.32

0
587,387.83
0
S87,387.83
0
170,710.96
0
170,710.96

0
609,87S.37
0
609,87S.37
0
155,972.SO
0
155,972.SO

0
739,338.00
0
739,338.00
0
339,316.00
0
339,316.00

0
619,277.17
0
619,277.17
0
215,984.50
0
215,984.50

0
2,364,252.00
0
2,364,252.00
0
448,839.00
0
448,839.00

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

7S9,054.85

7S8,098.79

76S,847.87

1,078,654.00

835,261.67

2,813,091.00

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
=============
7S9,092.90

==============

======:=:::;;;;;;;::::::::::

758,103.27

765,930.02

TOTAL BOND RETIREMENT FUND

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==-============ ;;;;;;;;::::==========
1,078, 754.00

835,269.13

==============
2,813,091.00

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND (Fund 441)

The Capital Improvements Fund supports major non-utility construction projects for the City. There are no
salaries paid for out of Fund 441. The 2016 budget includes $800,000 for street repairs and paving
(partially funded by the Permissive Tax revenue), $300,000 for the sidewalk program, most of the cost of a
new parking lot on Mulberry Street, $275,000 for a traffic signal at SR 55/Fenner (partially funded by
ODOT), $7,350,000 related to the Hobart Arena renovation portion of the Riverfront Development Plan,
and $200,000 towards a W. Main Street feasibility plan.
The 2016 approved budget for Fund 441 is $9,268,500

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2012

2015

2014

2013

2016

2015

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


441.000.4121
441.000.4154

441.000.4311

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX

0
0

MOTOR VEH LIC-PERMISSIVE TAX

4,642.51

268,381.67

306,310.00

306,313.35

275,000.00

STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

4,642.51

268,381.67

306,310.00

306,313.3S

275,000.00

TOTAL INCOME TAX

4,642.51

268,381.67

306,310.00

306,313.35

275,000.00

FEDERAL GRANTS

INTERGOVERNMENTAL-FEDERAL

0
78,098.00

29,886.00

74,515.00

74,517.00

441.000.4331

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

81,711.20

441.000.4335

STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL- STATE

84,965.63

317,880.00

317,880.98

450,000.00

81,711.20

78,098.00

114,851.63

392,395.00

392,397.98

450,000.00

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

81,711.20

78,098.00

114,851.63

392,395.00

392,397.98

450,000.00

0
0

38,863.25

35,154.22

34,402.45

52,970.00

52,972.62

441.000.4622

SPEC ASSESSMENTS- CO AUDITOR


SPEC ASSESSMENTS- DIRECT PYMTS

13,907.00

52,003.75

1,108.15

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS

38,863.25

49,061.22

86,406.20

52,970.00

54,080.77

441.000.4645

10,000.00

80,000.00

80,000.00

10,000.00

80,000.00

80,000.00

38,863.25

49,061.22

96,406.20

132,970.00

134,080.77

0
0

441.000.4601
441.000.4621

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS

MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
441.000.4711

SALE OF BONDS

10,501,580.00

10,501,580.60

441.000.4712

SALE OF NOTES

PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES

10,501,580.00

10,501,580.60

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS

7,013.97

REIMBURSEMENTS

7,013.97

448,100.00

2,000,000.00

2,541,500.00

490,000.00

0
490,000.00

0
1,025,000.00

441.000.4921
441.000.4990

OPERATING TRANSFERS

441.000.4991

RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER

ADVANCES FROM OTHER FUNDS

336,000.00

0
336,000.00

441.000.4992

448,100.00

2,000,000.00

2,541,500.00

826,000.00

826,000.00

1,025,000.00

11,327,580.00

11,327,580.60

1,025,000.00

12,159,255.00

12,160,372.70

1,750,000.00

TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROV FUND

448,100.00

2,007,013.97

2,541,500.00

==:============

==============

======;;;;=:======

2,138,815.70

3,021,139.50

568,674.45

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Capital Improvement Fund


441

441 .559.5331
441 .559.5334
441.559.5339
441 .559.5361

7,500 CDBG - A&E if needed


5,000 CDBG -Consultants/grant adm/environmental review
2,500 CDBG - Fair Housing Program

0
15,000 CDBG TOTAL

441.840.5651

441 .881 .5331

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


7,350,000 Riverfront Development- Hobart Arena Renovation/Construction
100,000 Recreation Trail Grant- Design/ROW acquisition
7,450,000 TOTAL LEISURE ACTIVITIES FIXED ASSET IMPR
STREETS
200,000 W Main Feasibility Plan
200,000 TOTAL STREET CONSULTANT SERVICES

441.881.5651
800,000
300,000
215,000
10,700
275,000
1,600,700

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


Road paving
Sidewalk Program - Downtown Area
Mulberry Construction ($85,000 in 231 P&DT lmpr Fund)
ODOT N Market (bridge to Staunton)- City Share
SR55/Fenner entrance traffic signal construction
TOTAL STREET FIXED ASSET IMPROVE

9,265,700

All CDBG from Annual CDBG Grant


No project identified in 2015. 2015 funds will be combined
w/CDBG funds for 2016 and project identified that
will be constructed in 2017.
Starting 2014, partially offset by Permissive Tax
$125,000 ODOT Grant Revenue

2015 Budget
9,853,000

2016 Budget % Difference


9,268,500 -6.31%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
441.SS9.5331
441.559.5334
441.559.5339
441.559.5361

2,321.79
8,594.45
2,795.90
13,712.14
92,103.68
92,103.68

6,881.17
3,317.65
2,381.62
12,580.44
91,176.48
91,176.48

206
12,000.00
1,508.88
13,714.88
46,426.60
46,426.60

7,500.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
15,000.00
60,000.00

627.55
6,476.35
2,151.10
9,255.00

7,500.00
5,000.00
2,500.00
15,000.00

60,000.00

0
0

105,815.82

103,756.92

60,141.48

75,000.00

9,255.00

15,000.00

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

14,299.23
14,299.23

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

14,299.23

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

120,115.05

103,756.92

60,141.48

75,000.00

9,255.00

15,000.00

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
TOTAL SERVICES

441.559.5501

441.559.5651

TOTAL CAP IMPROV- CDBG


441.801.5331

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS

441.801.5361

MAl NT. OF FACILITIES


MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

441.801.5601

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,498,124.40
1,498,124.40

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,500,000.00
1,500,000.00

441.801.5633

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

1,500,000.00

1,498,124.40

TOTAL CAP IMPROV-ADMIN

1,500,000.00

1,498,124.40

VEH ICLES
VEHICLES
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL CAPTIAL OUTLAY

TOTAL CAP IMPROV-SECURITY

MAl NT. OF FACILITIES


MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL CAP IMPR- CEMETERY

VEHICLES
EQUIPMENT

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL CAP IMPR-EQUIPMENT

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
LICENSES & PERMITS
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

0
0
0
0

152,491.55

926

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

152,491.55

TOTAL SERVICES
BUILDINGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL CAP IMPR- PARK

441.801.5651

441.816.5632
441.817.S632

441.833.S361

441.835.5632

441.840.5331
441.840.5334
441.840.5361
441.840.5373

441.840.5611
441.840.5651

0
0
0
0
0
0

4,735.47
5,661.47
5,661.47

152,491.55
84,965.50
84,965.50
80,821.00

80,821.00

9,223,000.00
9,223,000.00

1,254,366.69
1,254,366.69

7,450,000.00
7,450,000.00

165,786.50

9,223,000.00

1,254,366.69

7,450,000.00

318,278.05

9,223,000.00

1,260,028.16

7,450,000.00

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COMBINED
EXPENSES
441.863.5332
441.863.5339
441.863.5621
441.863.5622

441.875.5332
441.875.5339

441.875.5651

441.881.S331
441.881.5332
441.881.5339

441.881.5632
441.881.5651

441.901.5374

441.963.5501

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL CAP IMP-WATER LINES

ATIORNEYS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL CAP IMPR-STORM SEWR

34,447.00

0
0

3,500.00

200,000.00

27,467.34

0
0

ATIORNEYS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
WATER LINES
SEWER LINES
OTHER CONSTRUCTION IMPROV

0
0

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

0
0

0
0

0
0

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


ATIORNEYS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV

12,756.58

49,994.38

0
0

0
0

0
0

34,447.00

12,756.58

49,994.38

30,967.34

200,000.00

TOTAL SERVICES

34,447.00

12,756.58

49,994.38

30,967.34

200,000.00

VEHICLES
EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

586,438.98
586,438.98

950,541.42
950,541.42

1,132,287.57
1,132,287.57

1, 771,695.00
1, 771,695.00

1,193,252.91
1,193,252.91

1,600, 700.00
1,600, 700.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

586,438.98

950,541.42

1,132,287.57

1, 771,695.00

1,193,252.91

1,600,700.00

TOTAL CAP IMPROV- STREET

620,885.98

963,298.00

1,182,281.95

1,771,695.00

1,224,220.25

1,800,700.00

AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING

2,029.45
2,029.45

1,789.04
1,789.04

1,686.80
1,686.80

0
0

2,712.50
2,712.50

2,800.00
2,800.00

TOTAL SERVICES

2,029.45

1,789.04

1,686.80

2,712.50

2,800.00

TOTAL CAP IMP - DEBT SERV

2,029.45

1,789.04

1,686.80

2,712.50

2,800.00

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

TOTAL CAP IMPR-WATER DIST

743,030.48

1,068,843.96

1,562,388.28

12,569,695.00

3,994,340.31

9,268,500.00

TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

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OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION FUND (Fund 442)

This special capital projects fund , formerly titled "State Issue II Fund," was established in 1989 for the sole
purpose of accounting for projects totally or partially funded by the Ohio Public Works Commission
(OPWC) for infrastructure improvements. The 2016 budget includes the design of the N. Market Street
Improvement Phase II and the $545,000 of the estimated $1,215,000 cost of the McKaig Road
Improvement Phase Ill (railroad at Monroe Street to alley west of Lake Street).
Funding for the construction will also be from the Storm Water, Water, and Sewer Budgets.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

OHIO PUB WORKS COMM FUND (OPWC)

442.000.4335

442.000.4601
442.000.4622

442.000.4711
442.000.4712
442.000.4921
442.000.4981
442.000.4990
442.000.4992

STATE GRANTS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL- STATE

0
0

0
0

575,000.00
575,000.00

350,000.00
350,000.00

350,000.00
350,000.00

0
0

TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL

575,000.00

350,000.00

350,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
SPEC ASSESSMENTS- DIRECT PYMTS
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
600,000.00
0
600,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
250,000.00
0
250,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
900,000.00
0
900,000.00

600,000.00

250,000.00

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
ADVANCE FROM OTHER FUND
ADVANCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
ADVANCES FROM OTHER FUNDS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL OH PUBLIC WORKS COMM FD

=============== ============== ==============


600,000.00

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825,000.00

900,000.00

=============:=

===::::==========

==============

350,000.00

350,000.00

900,000.00

Ohio Public Works Commission Fund


442

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS


60,000 Design N Market II
(construction in 2017)

881.5331

881.5651

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS - CONST.


545,000 McKaig Ill (net cost from this fund)

Design Total Estimated $120,000, funded $20,000 ea. Storm, Water, Sewer and $60,00(

545,000
210,000
220,000
240,000

$1,215,000 Total Construction Estimate for McKaig Ill, Funded:


Fund 442 for Roadway Work Expenditure
Fund 709 for Storm Water Work
Fund 710.663 for Water Work
Fund 711.673 for Sewer Work
525,000 OWPC Grant Revenue (rec. late 2016 or in 2017)

2015 Budget
1,014,000

2016 Budget % Difference


605,000 -67.60%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
ATTORNEYS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

54,755.00
0
0
54,755.00
0
0

46,959.70
0
0
46,959.70
0
0

10,748.30
0
4,200.00
14,948.30
0
0

75,000.00
0
0
75,000.00
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

60,000.00
0
0
60,000.00
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

54,755.00

46,959.70

14,948.30

75,000.00

60,000.00

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
PRINCIPAL PYMT-S/A NOTES
DEBT SERVICE- PRINCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
INTEREST PYMT-S/A NOTES
DEBT SERVICE INTEREST PYMTS

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

442.881.5501

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE


PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

442.881.5651

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS


GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0
0

0
1,127,879.42
1,127,879.42

0
213,085.67
213,085.67

0
699,000.00
699,000.00

0
361,728.45
361,728.45

0
545,000.00
545,000.00

1,127,879.42

213,085.67

699,000.00

361,728.45

545,000.00

54,755.00

1,174,839.12

228,033.97

774,000.00

361,728.45

605,000.00

442.881.5331
442.881.5332
442.881.5339
442.881.5395

442.881.5411
442.881.5412
442.881.5421
442.881.5422

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL OH PUBLIC WORKS COMM FD

=============== ============== =======;;;;====== =====;;;;======== ============== ==============

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TIF 2003 FUND (Fund 444)

Established in 2003, this fund created the Troy Towne Park TIF Municipal Improvement Tax Increment
Equivalent Fund to monitor capital project funds received and expensed from a Tax Increment Financing
District. This fund has provided the monies for roadway improvements and other enhancements for an
area developed as a mixed use commercial complex north of the West Main Street commercial area
anchored by Kohl's and Wai-Mart. There are no salaries associated with this fund . The TIF 2003 Fund is
a Capital Projects Fund .

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

TIF 2003 FUND


444.000.4119

444.000.4711
444.000.4990
444.000.4921

PYMTS IN LIEU OF TAXES (TIF)

224,298.90

235,542.16

248,789.72

198,385.00

198,388.21

200,000.00

TOTAL TAXES

224,298.90

235,542.16

248,789.72

198,385.00

198,388.21

200,000.00

0
0
1,192.50
1,192.50

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1,192.50

0
==============
198,385.00
198,388.21

==============

SALE OF BONDS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

=========-===== ============== =============;;;


TOTAL TIF 2003 FUND

225,491.40

235,542.16

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248,789.72

==============

200,000.00

TIF Fund
444

801 .5651

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


10,000 As needed

901 .5413

PRINCIPAL PAYMENTS ON BONDS


45,000 Principal

901 .5423

INT. PMTS ON BONDS


87,600 Interest

2015 Budget
176,000

2016 Budget% Difference


147,600 -19.24%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
TIF 2003 FUND
OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
444.801.5205
CHEMICALS
444.801.5206
ROAD SALT
444.801.5215
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
444.801.5232
TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPPLIES/PARTSU
444.801.5234
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
444.801.5235
METER MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
444.801.5236
HYDRANT MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
444.801.5239
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

444.801.5366
444.801.5367
444.801.5369
444.801.5374

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0
0
0
0

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


ATIORNEYS
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONA/CONSULTANT SVCS
MAl NT. STREETS
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOVERMENT BILLING

70,656.25

12,468.75

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

4,862.72
4,862.72

4,898.10
4,898.10

4,906.68
4,906.68

6,000.00
6,000.00

2,305.15
2,305.15

5,000.00
5,000.00

TOTAL SERVICES

82,018.97

17,366.85

4,906.68

16,000.00

2,305.15

5,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

30,000.00
30,000.00

24,635.00
24,635.00

10,000.00
10,000.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


444.801.S331
444.801.5332
444.801.5333
444.801.5334
444.801.5338
444.801.5339

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

6,500.00
77,156.25

0
0

0
0
0
12,468.75

0
0
0

10,000.00
10,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

444.801.5601
444.801.5602

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS

444.801.5611
444.801.5612

BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
WATER LINES
SEWER LINES
UTILITY OVERSIZING EXPENSE
OTHER CONSTRUCTION IMPROV
METERS
HYDRANTS
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

179,604.57
179,604.57

14,470.00
14,470.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

179,604.57

14,470.00

30,000.00

24,635.00

10,000.00

35,000.00
35,000.00
96,600.00
96,600.00

35,000.00
35,000.00
94,500.00
94,500.00

40,000.00
40,000.00
92,400.00
92,400.00

40,000.00
40,000.00
90,000.00
90,000.00

40,000.00
40,000.00
90,000.00
90,000.00

45,000.00
45,000.00
87,600.00
87,600.00

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

131,600.00

129,500.00

132,400.00

130,000.00

130,000.00

132,600.00

TOTAL TIF 2003 FUND

393,223.54

161,336.85

137,306.68

176,000.00

156,940.15

147,600.00

444.801.5621
444.801.5622
444.801.5625
444.801.5634
444.801.5635
444.801.5639
444.801.5651

444.901.5413
444.901.5423

PRINCIPAL PYMT-BONDS
DEBT SVC PYMTS-PIRNCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-BONDS
DEBT SVC PYMT- INTEREST PYMTS

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TECHNOLOGY FUND (Fund 447)

This fund was established in 2008 to receive a portion of the cable TV franchise fees. Expenditures are
related to technology enhancements. Funded projects include the final year's work to update the City's
website, 150,000 to replace radios, and a portion of the GIS vehicle tracking system.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

TECHNOLOGY FUND

447.000.4614

447.000.4649

447.000.4990

CABLE TV FRANCHISE

116,718.78

116,114.31

110,426.55

108,000.00

108,000.66

110,000.00

TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

116,718.78

116,114.31

110,426.55

108,000.00

108,000.66

110,000.00

MISCELLANEOUS

TOTAL DONATIONS/MISC

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

116,718.78

116,114.31

110,426.55

108,000.00

108,000.66

110,000.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS

108,000.66

110,000.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

0
=======;;;;::;:::::::::::::::

TOTAL TECHNOLOGY FUND

116,718.78

=========;;;;;;;;::::::::: ============= =========:::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

116,114.31

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110,426.55

108,000.00

============== ==============

Technology Fund

447

TECHNOLOGY FUND

5207

COMPUTER SUPPLIES
OTHER MATERIAL & SUPPLIES

5239

10,000 Misc. parts and equipment if needed


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

5633

150,000 Police & Fire Radios ($25 ,000 in MIS Fund 101 .118, $10,000 in Drug Law
Enforcement Fund 235)
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE

5637

15,000 Hardware replacements


12,650 3rd and final year of Website Dev.
5,200 GIS vehicle tracking (funds also in Stormwater 709, Water Adm . 710.660,
Sewer Adm . 711 .670)
12,150 As needed
45,000

2015 Budget
152,000

2016 Budget % Difference


205,000

26%

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2016

2015

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

TECHNOLOGY FUND
OFFICIAL - SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR

447.677.5207
447.677.5239

447.677.5339
447.677.5367

44 7.677.5633
447.677.5637

COMPUTER SUPPLIES
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
1,040.93

0
5,964.90

764.58
5,577.12

0
10,000.00

0
4,142.45

0
10,000.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

1,040.93

5,964.90

6,341.70

10,000.00

4,142.45

10,000.00

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP

0
0

17,185.90
2,346.36

28,213.41
0

0
0

16,821.34
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

19,532.26

28,213.41

16,821.34

8,832.28
42,711.04

147.98
40,481.36

55,311.70
14,287.97

187,250.00
92,000.00

0
71,942.45

150,000.00
45,000.00

40,629 .34

69,599.67

279,250.00

71,942.45

195,000.00

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL TECHNOLOGY FUND

51,543.32
===========:====
52,584.25

============== ============== ==============

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66,126.50

104,154.78

289,250.00

============= ===;;;;:;;;;::;::=====

92,906.24

205,000.00

STOUDER PLAYGROUND FUND (Fund 623)

E. G. Stouder established a private trust account to receive interest earnings for city-wide playground
improvements.

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623
5602

2015 Budget
2,130

LAND IMPROVEMENTS
2,000 Misc. Playground Improvements

2016 Budget % Difference


2,130 0.00%

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

STOUDER PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FUND


623.000.4601
623.000.4645
623.000.4649

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

131.59
131.59
0
0.74
0.74

73.7
73.7
0
0
0

93 .84
93.84
0
1.76
1.76

85
85
0
0
0

91.98
91.98
0
0.37
0.37

132.33

73.7

95.6

85

92.35

============= ============= ============= ============== ============;;;:


TOTAL STOUDER PLYGRD EQUIP FD

132.33

73.7

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

95.6

85

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

90
90
0
0
0
90

========:::======

92.35

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

90

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

STOUDER PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
623.440.5239

623.440.5395

623.440.5S24
623.440.5527

623.440.S601
623.440.5602

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

0
26.75
26.75

0.04
0
0.04

0
0
0

50
80
130

2.18
0
2.18

50
80
130

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

26.75

0.04

130

2.18

130

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
2,000.00
2,000.00

0
1,995.00
1,995.00

0
2,000.00
2,000.00

2,000.00

1,995.00

2,000.00

26.75

0.04

2,130.00

1,997.18

2,130.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL STOUDER TRUST FUND

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PAUL G. DUKE TRUST FUND (Fund 630)

This fund was established in 1992 from proceeds received from the Paul G. Duke trust/family and were
used to create the Paul G. Duke Park. From the fund balance, there are small interest earnings that may
be used to enhance this park.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

PAUL G DUKE TRUST FUND


ESTATE TAX
STATE LEVIED SHARED TAXES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL TAXES

630.000.4601

INTEREST EARNINGS

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

100,000.00

100,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

630.000.4645
630.000.4649

INVESTMENT EARNINGS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

630.000.4143

0
0

0
0
0
0

100,000.00

100,000.00

100,000.00

100,000.00

0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

630.000.4711

SALE OF BONDS
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES

0
0

0
0

630.000.4990

OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

TOTAL PAUL G DUKE TRUST FUND

100,000.00

100,000.00

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PAUL G DUKE TRUST FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN SLOGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL PAUL G. DUKE TRUST FUND

630.440.5331

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS

630.440.5395
630.440.5399

PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0

630.440.5501

630.440.5602
630.440.5611
630.440.5612
630.440.5639

0
0

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0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

CEMETERY TRUST FUND (Fund 671)

This fund is related to the Cemetery Fund. Citizens place trust funds with the City so that when the interest
earnings are sufficient from the individual trusts, those interest earnings can be used for items such as
purchasing flowers for specific occasions, paying the City to water plantings in urns, etc.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2016

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

CEMETERY TRUST FUND

671.000.4601
671.000.4645
671.000.4649

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
DONATIONS-MISCELlANEOUS
MISCELlANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELlANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELlANEOUS
TOTAL CEMETERYTRUST FUND

2,336.30
2,336.30
4,939.62
13.27
4,952.89

1,289.05
1,289.05
0
0
0

1,659.22
1,659.22
22,479.22
30.39
22,509.61

1,700.00
1,700.00
0
7
7

7,289.19

1,289.05

24,168.83

1,707.00

==========;;;;===

==============

===============

==============

7,289.19

1,289.05

24,168.83

1,707.00

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

1,500.00
1,500.00
0
0
0

1,755.62

1,500.00

============== ==============

1,755.62

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

1,747.93
1,747.93
0
7.69
7.69

1,500.00

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CEMETERY TRUST FUND


OFFICIAL- DAVID HASTINGS

671.333.5239

671.333.5368

671.333.5524
671.333.5527

671.333.5639

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

MAl NT. CEMETERY GROUNDS


MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

5,658.81
5,658.81

4,454.48
4,454.48

2,922.16
2,922.16

7,500.00
7,500.00

3,137.46
3,137.46

6,000.00
6,000.00

TOTAL SERVICES

5,658.81

4,454.48

2,922.16

7,500.00

3,137.46

6,000.00

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

200
500
700

0
0
0

200
200
400

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

700

400

OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL EQUIPMENT

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2,922.16

8,200.00

3,137.46

6,400.00

TOTAL CEMETERY TRUST

===============

==============

5,658.81

4,454.48

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CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND (Fund 672)

This fund was established by Codified Ordinance Section 935.04 (d). The Ordinance provides for 25% of
the sale of lots to be placed in this fund so that as the fund grows, the interest earnings can be used to
offset a portion of the cost for the operation and maintenance of the cemeteries (or reduce the General
Fund subsidy). As of January 2016, the fund balance is $963,932. Interest earnings are maintained in the
fund to increase the balance. The 2016 budget includes paving of some internal cemetery roadways
(based on a five-year plan), and mower and other equipment replacements .

2016 Projected Revenues & Transfer, Cemetery Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures, Cemetery Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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$ 30,000
$ 29,550
450

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Cemetery Endowment

672
MTN . OF FACILITIES

5361

15,000 Paving some Cemetery roads (approx. 5 year plan to address all roadways)
OTHER EQUIPMENT

5639

1,400 2 replacement push mowers and replacement string trimmers


9,000 One new zero turn mower replace 8 yr. old JD, used to mow Riverside & Rosehill
1,000 Replace wagon that transports plywood to protect grounds
2,600 Trakmats to prevent ruts and provide traction (replace slippery plywood)
14,000

2015 Budget
25,850

2016 Budget %Difference


29,550 12.52%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

201S

2014

2013

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016

201S
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND


672.000.4422

672.000.4601
672.000.464S
672.000.4649

672.000.4990

CEMETERY-SALE OF LOTS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

39,730.00
39,730.00

30,47S.SO
30,47S.SO

24,936.00
24,936.00

2S,100.00
2S,100.00

26,094.00
26,094.00

2S,OOO.OO
2S,OOO.OO

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

39,730.00

30,47S.SO

24,936.00

2S,100.00

26,094.00

2S,OOO.OO

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

7,761.S1
7,761.S1
0
43.9
43.9

4,470.8S
4,470.8S
0
0
0

S,663.46
S,663.46
0
106.16
106.16

S,S6S.OO
S,S6S.OO
0
2S
2S

S,718.61
S,718.61
0
2S.S4
2S.S4

s,ooo.oo
s,ooo.oo

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

7,80S.41

4,470.8S

S,769.62

S,S90.00

S,744.1S

s,ooo.oo

OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
==============
47,S3S.41

==============

===============

34,946.3S

30,70S.62

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL CEMETERY ENDOW FUND

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

30,690.00

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

============== ========:======

===============
30,000.00

31,838.1S

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0
0

2016

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- SVC/SAFETY DIRECTOR
672.333.5361

672 .333.5524
672.333.SS27

672.333.S639

MAl NT. OF FACILITIES


MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

0
0

0
0

14,896.00
14,896.00

15,000.00
1S,OOO.OO

12,675.00
12,675.00

15,000.00
1S,OOO.OO

TOTAL SERVICES

14,896.00

15,000.00

12,67S.00

15,000.00

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

so
sao
S50

0
0
0

so
sao
sso

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

sso

sso

OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL EQUIPMENT

0
0
0

19,383.30
19,383.30
19,383.30

19,168.96
19,168.96
19,168.96

10,300.00
10,300.00
10,300.00

10,263.SS
10,263.SS
10,263.SS

14,000.00
14,000.00
14,000.00

19,383.30

TOTAL CEMETERY ENDOWMENT FUND

:::::==========:;;;== ==============

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34,064.96

2S,8SO.OO

22,938.SS

==============
29,SSO.OO

UNCLAIMED FUNDS FUND (Fund 673)

Established in 1989, revenues are from overpayments to the City.


the payer can provide proof of claim for the funds.

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Refunds are made to the payer when

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Unclaimed Fund
673
TRANSFER TO GEN. FUND
1,000

5501

After 5 years, amount for that year transferred to General Fund

2015 Budget
1,009

2016 Budget% Difference


1,000 -0.90%

2012

2014

2013

201S

ACTUAl

ACTUAl

ACTUAl

ESTIMATED

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

2016

201S
ESTIMATED

ACTUAl
RECEIPTS

REVENUE

UNClAIMED FUNDS
673.000.4935

UNClAIMED FUNDS
OTHER MISCEllANEOUS SOURCES
TOTAl OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

363.93

1,326.17

636.7S

1,14S.OO

1,146.67

sao

363.93

1,326.17

636.7S

1,14S.OO

1,146.67

SOD

363.93

1,326.17

636.7S

1,14S.OO

1,146.67

SOD

============ ============== ============== ============ ============== ========:;;====


TOTAl UNClAIMED FUNDS

363.93

636.7S

1,326.17

2012

2013

1,14S.OO

2014

1,146.67

201S

500

201S

2016

COMBINED

COMBINED

COMBINED

CURRENT

CURRENT

EXPENSE

EXPENSES

EXPENSES

EXPENSES

BUDGET

EXPENSES

BUDGET

UNClAIMED FUNDS
OFFICIAl- JOHN FRIGGE
673.101.5501
673.101.5544

PERNANENT FUND TRANSFERS

578.43

3,034.27

S58.37

1,009.00

1,008.02

432.00

TRANSERS TO OTHER FUNDS

S78.43

3,034.27

SS8.37

1,009.00

1,008.02

432.00

UNClAIMED FUNDS- ClAIMED

REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

TOTAl OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

S78.43

3,034.27

558.37

1,009.00

1,008.02

432.00

TOTAl UNClAIMED FUNDS

578.43

3,034.27

S58.37

1,009.00

1,008.02

1,000.00

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TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND (Fund 674)

Established in 1989 with the balance of the Bicentennial donations, this fund was established to grow to an
amount to offset expenses that may be associated with a Tri-Centennial celebration.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND
674.000.4601
674.000.4649

674.000.4991

INTEREST EARNINGS
MISCELLANEOUS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS

9.07
0.05
9.12

5.1
0
5.1

6.5
0.12
6.62

6
0
6

6.5S
0.03
6.S8

5
0
5

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

9.12

5.1

6.62

6.58

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

RESIDUAL EQUITY TRANSFER


TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND

=============== ============== ============= ==============


9.12

6.62

5.1

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

===:===========

==============

6.58

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND
OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE
674.104.5399

674.104.5524
674.104.5527

OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS

TOTAL SERVICES

ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS


TOTAL TRI-CENTENNIAL FUND

============== ============== ==============


0

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0

HOBART ARENA FUND (Fund 707)

The Hobart Arena was built in 1950 and operated by the Hobart Brothers Company until 1970, after which
time the facility became the property of the City of Troy. The Arena underwent a major renovation and
upgrade from 1997-2001. This renovation effort started with seed money in the form of a $1 million
donation by Robert and Lucia Bravo. A fund raising effort raised an additional $1 .2 million in individual
and corporate donations. The rema in ing costs, including air conditioning the facility and electrical upgrades
were funded by the City. Following a favorable vote in November of 2008, alcohol sales were permitted for
certain events, and commenced in February of 2009. During 2016, the Hobart Arena will be further
renovated and expanded as part of the Riverfront Development Project.
The actual constructed is
budgeted from the Capital Improvement Fund 441. The renovation project will impact activities in and
around the building starting in late spring .

This is an Enterprise Fund.


Revenues
Revenues come from rental and usage rates established by the Troy Recreation Board, including
funds from parking charged for certain events. Ice rental, particularly from the Troy Skating Club,
makes up a significant part of the revenue. Revenues are not sufficient to balance expenditures.
Fund 707 receives a transfer subsidy from the General Fund which is estimated at $500,000 in
2016.
Expenditures
Expenditures are for personnel and the costs to operate and maintain the facility. In the last few
years, the Hobart Arena has started to book more concerts and other major entertainment. These
events bring in profits to the Arena, and economic development to the community. $650,000 is
budgeted for sponsoring events, which expenditure is offset by revenues.

2016 Projected Revenues & Transfer, Hobart Arena Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures, Hobart Arena Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-! mprovements
Total

$ 1,498,400
$ 1,559.225
($
60,825)

$ 479,605 30.8%
$1,011,520 64.9%
$ 68.100 4.3%
$1,559,225

Associated Funds
There are two related funds - Recreation Department Fund (1 01.441) and Recreational Programs
Fund (Fund 225).

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2014

2013

2012

2015

2015

2016

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

ACTUAL

ESTIMATED

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

RECEIPTS

REVENUE

HOBART ARENA FUND


707.000.4135

ADMISSION TAX
OTHER LOCAL TAXES

5,858.19

1,326.90

4,290.32

7,760.00

7,760.17

6,500.00

5,858.19

1,326.90

4,290.32

7,760.00

7,760.17

6,500.00

TOTAL TAXES

5,858.19

1,326.90

4,290.32

7,760.00

7,760.17

6,500.00

2,644.84

2,118.42

2,895.00

2,790.00

2,794.48

3,000.00

S2,174.73

71,157.68

64,978.69

104,290.00

104,290.57

40,000.00

73,276.10

67,873.69

107,080.00

48,161.46

32,185.00

107,085.05
43,579.70

43,000.00

49,309.88

10,350.00

70,000.00

9,944.00

19,050.00
14,775.00

22,057.51

11,482.00

10,500.00
10,375.00

14,777.00

20,000.00

1,504.62

1,535.12

1,644.25

1,635.00

1,754.77

1,900.00

67,016.72

71,720.00

70,099.71

67,645.00

82,168.98

141,900.00

121,836.29

144,996.10

137,973.40

174,725.00

189,254.03

184,900.00

0
641,660.32

0
595,088.92

0
467,990.00

0
504,557.56

600,000.00
195,000.00

707.000.4410

VENDING COMMISSIONS

707.000.4418

MISCELLANEOUS/BEER SALES
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

54,819.57

707.000.4450

ADMISSIONS

43,530.10

707.000.4451

CONCESSIONS

10,500.00

707.000.4455

PARKING

707.000.4457

SALES
LEISURE EVENT RECEIPTS
TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

707.000.4601

INTEREST EARNINGS

707.000.4611

EVENT SALES

615,736.59

707.000.4612

RENTS/LEASES

230,017.34

707.000.4613

SALE OF ASSETS

707.000.4645

OTHER REVENUES
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS

707.000.4649

MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

50,000.00

182,709.72
73

188,266.85

177,240.00

181,269.76

19.8

845,753.93

824,443.04

783,355.77

19
645,249.00

685,847.12

795,000.00

15,000.00

0
0

85.6

15,000.00

85.6

845,753.93

839,443.04

783,441.37

645,249.00

685,847.12

795,000.00

707.000.4711

SALE OF BONDS

707.000.4712

SALE OF NOTES

0
0

0
588.35

39.75

6,095.72

2,335.00

2.58

18.42

5,750.76
0

6
2,336.79

0
590.93

0
6,114.14

PROCEEDS-SALE OF BONDS & NOTES


707.000.4921

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS

3,500.00

707.000.4922

MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS

707.000.4925

REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE

707.000.4928

DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT

5,790.51

707.000.4936

STATE SALES TAX

4,198.80

6,439.32

4,345.00

707.000.4937

PETTY CASH ADJ/IMPRST CASH RTN

0
4,198.80

6,439.32

4,345.00

8,705.00

9,253.21

8,500.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS

600,000.00

808,793.00

501,438.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

TRANSFERS

600,000.00

808,793.00

501,438.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

511,573.51
512,300.00
============== ==============
1,340,034.00
1,807,112.50
1,437,278.60

===============

REIMBURSEMENT

OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES


707.000.4990

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

604,789.73

============:;;;=
TOTAL HOBART ARENA FUND

1,578,238.14

821,346.46

==============

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0
1,255.00

1,255.65

3,595.00

3,598.44

3,500.00

8,705.00

9,253.21

8,500.00

512,851.65

512,000.00
==============
1,395,712.97
1,498,400.00

Hobart Arena
707.445

707

5101
46,764
67,726
64,975
38,085
38,085
50,000
305,635
17,000
13,000
3,500
339,135
10,000
349,135

5239

SALARIES
Office Manager
Operations Manager
Building Supervisor I (Grandfathered position)
Facility Operator I
Facility Operator I
Food and Beverage Mgr.
PT
Addn'l PT for concession operations
Health Ins. Opt Out
OT

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


9,000 Includes $3,000 kitchen and concession start up items

5338

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS


20,000 Routine
15,000 Pay volunteer groups helping w/concessions at large events
35,000

5339

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
10,000 Annual

5361
5,000
2,400
1,000
26,000
34,400
5546

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Installation of well pump
AC unit refrigerant leak repair
Annual table replacement (replace 6-8 a year)
Routine as needed

EVENT RELATED EXPENSES


650,000 Event sponsoring expenses - TO BE OFFSET BY REVENUES

5631
4,000
29,000
3,600
9,000
16,000
61 ,600

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


Office Furn - new adm office and Food & Beverage Mgr.
Tables, chairs, carts for multipurpose room
High top tables for under stairs, off corridor area
Trash cans for corridor (14)
Stage Barricade

5633

MACH INERY & EQ.


3,500 Vending Machine for snacks in corridor

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
3,000 Updated software for AC system
REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED

5637

2015 Budget
1,516,090

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
4,000 2 laptops for box office (funded in 225 Recreational Programs Fund budget)

2016 Budget %Difference


1,559,225 2.77%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPE NSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

HOBART ARENA FUND


OFFICIAL - KENNETH SILER
707 .44S.S101
707.44S.S102
707.44S.S143
707.44S.S144
707.44S.S149
707.44S.S 1S1
707.44S.S161
707.44S .S162
707.44S.S163
707.445.S164
707.445.516S
707.44S.5166

707.445.S201
707.445.5202
707.445.5203
707.445.5205
707.445.5207
707.445.5209
707.445.5211
707.445.5213
707.445.5214
707.445.5231
707.445.S239
707.445.5241
707.445.5243
707.445.S244
707.445.5251
707.44S.5252
707.445.5253
707.445.5254
707.44S.S2SS
707.44S.S269

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PER$


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

279,892.28
12,613.03
292,SOS.31
0
0
0
0
41,181.S6
41,181.S6
392
3S,761.92
0
9,261.S4
219.47
4,143.61
49,778.S4

286,683.44
13,214.55
299,897.99
0
0
0
0
44,366.26
44,366.26
427
36,089.27
0
8,10S.1S
0
4,244.99
48,866.41

289,869.04
14,132.21
304,001.2S
0
0
0
0
38,399.80
38,399.80
333
37,909.01
1,2SO.OO
8,844.91
9.73
4,277.SO
S2,624.1S

27S,80S.OO
10,000.00
28S,80S.OO
0
0
0
0
40,015.00
40,01S.OO
345
41,490.00
2,000.00
9,720.00
0
4,145.00
S7,700.00

323,866.88
13,640.S1
337,S07.39
0
0
0
0
4S,S76.00
4S,S76.00
3S6.S
38,61S.77
3,SOO.OO
9,976.36
101.04
4,667.0S
57,216.72

339,13S.OO
10,000.00
349,13S.OO
0
0
0
0
48,900.00
48,900.00
420
53,98S.OO
11,000.00
11,000.00
100
S,06S.OO
81,S70.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

383,46S.41

393,130.66

39S,02S.20

383,S20.00

440,300.11

479,60S.OO

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BEVERAGE\SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
SUPPLIES FOR RESALE
PRODUCTS PURCHASED FOR RESALE

294
1,514.77
204.5
1,373.71
470.77
537.4
10,637.94
24,314.82
1,624.41
6,554.26
3,824.19
51,350.77
2,602.18
270.1
84
2,956.28
0
2,549.41
0
20.01
3,251.05
S,820.47
660.2
660.2

330.08
70.98
47.35
1,407.00
632.63
139.99
12,652.23
23,376.96
1,541.66
5,685.86
3,562.22
49,446.96
2,903.90
69.29
0
2,973.19
0
2,702.78
0
0
1,S41.68
4,244.46
886.57
886.S7

460.SS
75.97
19.07
2,072.00
924.12
70S
12,S53.28
20,692.22
2,047.94
5,923.22
3,713.15
49,186.52
2,S18.71
382.74
0
2,901.45
0
3,265.38
0
0
3,244.4S
6,S09.83
3S3.2
3S3.2

600
500
150
2,000.00
400
1,000.00
37,000.00
23,000.00
3,7SO.OO
6,000.00
7,800.00
82,200.00
2,900.00
300
200
3,400.00
200
2,900.00
0
0
4,SOO.OO
7,600.00
700
700

S09.7
293.69
302.15
2,416.00
891.41
0
26,886.38
21,587.38
1,002.71
6,461.92
6,495.06
66,846.40
2,S09.02
24.S6
369
2,902.58
0
2,828.34
0
0
2,092.12
4,920.46
9,462.87
9,462.87

300
150
2,000.00
600
7SO
18,000.00
23,000.00
2,500.00
6,SOO.OO
9,000.00
63,300.00
2,900.00
1,100.00
400
4,400.00
200
3,000.00
0
0
3,300.00
6,500.00
16,000.00
16,000.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

60,787.72

S7,5S1.18

S8,9S1.00

93,900.00

84,132.31

90,200.00

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soo

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
707.445 .5302
707.445.5309
707.445.5311
707.445.5312

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY

707.445.5313
707.445.5315

WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING

707.445.5316

TELEPHONE
UTILITIES

707.445.5321
707.445.5322
707.445.5323
707.445.5324

TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS


TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

707.445.5331
707.445.5338
707.445.5339

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS


PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

707.445.5352

PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE

707.445.5359
707.445.5361
707.445.5363
707.445.5364
707.445.536S
707.445.5369
707.445.5373
707.445.5381
707.445.5383
707.445.5384
707.44S.5386
707.445.5389
707.445.5395
707.445.5398
707.445.5399

INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
INTER\INTRAGOVERNMENTAL BILL
LICENSES & PERMITS
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENT
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

707.445.5421

707.445.5511
707.445.5525
707.445.5542
707.445.5546

381.44
88.95
470.39
23,784.41
78,342.26

982.35

0
982.35
18,331.40
110,930.66
8,756.01

9,651.03

2015

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

890.8

SOD

450.81

890.8
31,203.35
92,533.29
10,096.01

500
29,000.00
95,000.00
9,700.00

4S0.81
24,974.41
106,2S9.94
12,703.19

500
30,000.00
97,000.00
10,000.00

500

2,981.33
140,999.40
54.47
94

3,125.02
114,902.72
124.47
927.33

2,898.04
136,730.69
26.08
1,467.38

3,200.00
136,900.00
1,300.00
900

3,596.66
147,534.20

3,100.00
140,100.00
1,300.00

9S.2

900

958
1,106.47

2,632.21
3,684.01

680
2,173.46

1,600.00
3,800.00

977.14
1,072.34

1,000.00
3,200.00

13,952.12
8,601.29
22,553.41

13,875.24

16,866.56
84,068.28
100,934.84

25,000.00
60,000.00
85,000.00

19,260.07
S8,764.82
78,024.89

35,000.00
10,000.00
4S,OOO.OO

14,215.80
28,091.04

6,943 .64
6,943.64
19,537.65
3,880.17

4,885.78
4,885.78
36,668.79
4,581.36

5,000.00

4,907.08
4,907.08
37,008.S8
2,20S.87

5,000.00

0
0

0
0
0

2,102.89
2,102.89
31,021.63
2,405.01
144.14

23,983.99
4,082.00
4,082.00
547.5

41,250.15
4,113.00
4,113.00
938.51

566.17

3,712.31

s,ooo.oo
34,000.00
7,000.00
500
1,SOO.OO

0
2,S73.02

s,ooo.oo
34,400.00

s,ooo.oo
200
2,000.00

37,283.09
4,146.00
4,146.00
578.55

43,000.00
4,500.00
4,SOO.OO
700

41,787.47
4,582.46
4,S82.46
640.82

41,600.00
6,SOO.OO
6,500.00
700

497.28
11,974. 68
269.48

578.06
14,S91.42
113.97

59S.96
19,016.07

7S7.62
18,160.18

600
17,000.00

271.98

500
16,SOO.OO
200

300

3,094.95
841.83
17,225.72

565.81

2,440.12

2,716.58

2,000.00

16,787.77

22,902.68

1,000.00
200
19,100.00

22,27S.20

200
20,800.00

217,876.98

214,184.86

307,164.45

297,800.00

300,634.4S

262,700.00

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
DEBT SERVICE - PRINCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
DEBT SERVICE- INTEREST PYMTS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
REMITTANCE OF STATE SALES TAX
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
EVENT RELATED EXPENSES
REIMB. & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0

118.44
118.44
6,412.26
6,412.26

120
120
6,500.00
6,500.00

0
0

120
120
8,SOO.OO
8,SOO.OO

709,180.47
709,180.47

614,280.92
614,280.92

489,128.03
489,128.03

7SO,OOO.OO
7SO,OOO.OO

S64,198.SS
S64,198.SS

6SO,OOO.OO
6SO,OOO.OO

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

711,661.06

620,811.62

493,248.58

756,620.00

S72,7S4.83

658,620.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

20,475.33
99.99

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

126,410.08
-65.44

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,750.00
1,7S9.96

63,533.80
189,878.44

12,169.06
12,169.06

9,250.00
9,250.00

20,575.32

3,509.96

68,100.00

189,878.44

20,575.32

12,169.06

9,250.00

3,S09.96

68,100.00

1,563,669.61

1,306,253.64

1,266,558.29

1,S41,090.00

1,401,331.66

1,SS9,22S.OO

TOTAL SERVICES
707.445.5411

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

707.445.5611
707.445.5612

BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES

707.445.5631
707.445.5633
707.445.5637
707.445.5639

FURNITURE & FI XTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL HOBART ARENA FUND

2,480.59
2,480.59

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0
4,120.55
4,120.55

8,SS6.28
8,5S6.28

61,600.00
3,SOO.OO
3,000.00

MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FUND (Fund 708)


The first municipal swimming pool was opened in 1972 and seNed the City well with minimal upgrading. In
2004, City Council authorized replacing the pool and funds were included in the 2004 bond issue. The
new pool, the Troy Aquatic Park (TAP), opened the first week of June 2005. A drop slide was added for
the 2011 season . The TAP has been well received by the citizens. Annually, budgets may include
replacement of pool related furnishing and equipment as the TAP ages. The uncooperative weather
conditions the summer of 2014 and 2015 impacted the revenues of all area swimming pools. However,
the fiscal impact on Troy's pool was less severe than experienced by many of our neighbors. This is an
enterprise fund.
Revenues
Revenues are from swimming pool receipts and concession operations. The pool will continue to
consider different hours, adult swim times, and full facility rental to encourage use and promote
revenue.
Expenditures
Expenditures are associated with wages and benefits for seasonal employees and the costs to
operate and maintain the facility. From 1990-2004, this had been a fund that received a transfer
subsidy from the General Fund. No transfer has been required in recent years, including for 2016.
Routine replacement of pool furniture as well as replacing some of the pool mechanisms are
budgeted for 2016.

2016 Projected Revenues, Swimming Pool Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures, Swimming Pool Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel SeNices
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 226,550
$ 263,010
($ 36,460)
$ 121,180 46%
$ 141,830 54%
$

-0-

$ 263,010

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FUND

708.000.4410
708.000.4418
708.000.4450
708.000.4451
708.000.4453
708.000.4458

708.000.4612
708.000.4645
708.000.4649

708.000.4921
708.000.4922
708.000.4925
708.000.4928
708.000.4936
708.000.4990

VENDING COMMISSIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES
ADMISSIONS
CONCESSIONS
MEMBERSHIPS
LESSONS
LEISURE EVENT RECEIPTS

1,128.95
0
1,128.95
88,760.50
48,575.74
73,060.27
13,554.41
223,950.92

1,104.04
0
1,104.04
73,586.00
44,214.94
67,594.59
16,333.85
201,729.38

1,191.13
0
1,191.13
72,668.08
47,572.98
65,409.03
15,629.68
201,279.77

1,950.00
0
1,950.00
80,240.00
47,100.00
60,075.00
18,260.00
205,675.00

1,953.96
0
1,953.96
80,241.10
47,100.79
60,306.12
18,261.80
205,909.81

1,600.00
0
1,600.00
82,000.00
50,000.00
65,000.00
17,000.00
214,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

225,079.87

202,833.42

202,470.90

207,625.00

207,863.77

215,600.00

RENTS/LEASES
OTHER REVENUES
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

4,490.00
4,490.00
0
155
155

13,490.34
13,490.34
0
134
134

6,497.50
6,497.50
0
12,043.06
12,043.06

7,740.00
7,740.00
0
295
295

7,740.00
7,740.00
0
299
299

5,500.00
5,500.00
0
300
300

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

4,645.00

13,624.34

18,540.56

8,035.00

8,039.00

5,800.00

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
STATE SALES TAX
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0
0
0
0
3,475.08
3,475.08
0
0

0
2,087.63
0
0
2,087.63
3,085.96
3,085.96
2,000.00
2,000.00

0
2,013.79
0
0
2,013.79
3,243.92
3,243.92
360
360

0
600
0
280
880
3,525.00
3,525.00
0
0

0
601.23
0
284.6
885.83
3,525.86
3,525.86
0
0

0
2,000.00
0
0
2,000.00
3,150.00
3,150.00
0
0

3,475.08
7,173.59
===;;;;========== ;;;;;;::=========
233,199.95
223,631.35

==============

4,405.00

4,411.69

5,150.00

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


TOTAL MUNIC SWIMMING POOL FUND

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5,617.71

226,629.17

============= =============-= :;;;:============

220,065.00

220,314.46

226,550.00

Municipal Swimming Pool


708.445
5101

5239

SALARIES
101,000 All part time (60-65 persons through the season)
1,100 OT
102,100

OTHER SUPPLIES & MATERIALS


1,800 Routine

5361
1,200
650
4,500
6,500
9,000
21,850

MTN OF FACILITIES
Replace resin tables and chairs
Replace 3 front desk office cha irs
Tile repairs
Annual
Repair leak in main pool line located in pump room

REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


5633

2015 Budget
266,955

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


5,000 VFD motor starter for main pool pump
(requested as contingency in case fails)

2014 Budget %Difference


263,010 -1.50%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

MUNICIPAL SWIMMING POOL FUND


OFFICIAL - KENNETH SI LER

708.44S.S101
708.44S.S102
708.44S.S1S1
708.44S.S164
708.44S.S16S
708.44S.S166

91,862.04
1,254.64
93,116.68
13,109.69
13,109.69
3,119.89
0
1,349.57
4,469.46

89,292.68
1,069.51
90,362.19
12,650.77
12,650.77
2,717.50
0
1,309.64
4,027.14

89,954.45
1,334.07
91,288.52
12,775.28
12,775.28
2,747.31
0
1,323.10
4,070.41

101,000.00
1,100.00
102,100.00
14,140.00
14,140.00
3,47S.OO
0
1,490.00
4,965.00

92,459.66
532.53
92,992.19
13,017.62
13,017.62
3,078.40
0
1,348.44
4,426.84

101,000.00
1,100.00
102,100.00
14,140.00
14,140.00
3,450.00
0
1,490.00
4,940.00

110,695.83

107,040.10

108,134.21

121,20S.OO

110,436.65

121,180.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
SUPPLIES FOR RESALE
PRODUCTS PURCHASED FOR RESALE

222
757.24
153.7
17,868.17
67.69
0
6,846.49
2,680.07
2,723.67
492.89
459.58
89
32,360.50
0
0
0
27,S53.40
27,553.40

180.14
681.05
38.71
17,467.12
781.58
0
3,554.50
3,783.95
1,519.13
1,072.33
147.84
0
29,226.35
0
0
0
23,312.46
23,312.46

130.78
608.89
8.21
16,S73.15
69.98
0
4,561.31
4,103.35
901.24
118.03
0
0
27,074.94
0
0
0
22,861.17
22,861.17

250
700
250
19,000.00
300
200
4,400.00
3,800.00
3,SOO.OO
2,500.00
150
150
35,200.00
0
0
0
28,000.00
28,000.00

55.82
204.73
138.78
15,627.26
28.99
0
3,570.67
4,821.24
1,695.33
1,686.18
0
0
27,829.00
14.37
0
14.37
22,272.46
22,272.46

200
650
700
18,000.00
200
200
4,400.00
4,200.00
2,700.00
1,800.00
500
150
33,700.00
30
0
30
27,000.00
27,000.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

59,913.90

52,538.81

49,936.11

63,200.00

S0,11S.83

60,730.00

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOVERMENTAL
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
8,858.17
19,420.71
18,332.18
1,708.69
48,319.75
0
0
0
22S
22S
3,057.60
2,930.79
5,988.39
0
2,500.00
2,500.00
6,649.56
1,035.50
0
7,685.06
992.25
992.25
250
0
117.66
2,279.35
152.94
0
875.36
17.5
3,692.81

0
360
360
12,656.87
14,133.63
14,698.09
1,749.6S
43,238.24
197.65
772.02
0
242.S
1,212.17
SOD
2,790.07
3,290.07
0
2,060.00
2,060.00
7,757.96
948.98
0
8,706.94
992.25
992.25
0
0
122.04
2,820.00
0
0
1,06S.OO
8.S7
4,015.61

176
0
176
13,463.93
16,866.61
13,354.34
1,707.SO
4S,392.38
0
240
0
317.5
5S7.5
500
1,777.65
2,277.65
0
0
0
27,172.51
782.39
0
27,954.90
992.2S
992.2S
82.07
0
52.08
3,022.00
0
0
50
0
3,206.15

200
0
200
10,500.00
15,000.00
14,000.00
1,700.00
41,200.00
500
600
0
250
1,350.00
500
2,800.00
3,300.00
0
2,000.00
2,000.00
13,300.00
1,200.00
0
14,SOO.OO
1,100.00
1,100.00
200
0
1SO
2,800.00
0
0
1,500.00
0
4,650.00

0
0
0
13,321.61
17,436.13
15,218.45
2,632.96
48,609.1S
0
443.72
0
0
443.72
400
3,161.80
3,S61.80
0
0
0
8,044.74
1,465.96
0
9,510.70
939
939
6.3S
0
59.8
2,346.2S
0
0
835.74
0
3,248.14

200
0
200
12,SOO.OO
16,000.00
14,000.00
1,800.00
44,300.00
SOD
600
0
2SO
1,350.00
500
2,800.00
3,300.00
0
0
0
21,8SO.OO
1,200.00
0
23,0SO.OO
1,000.00
1,000.00
100
0
1SO
2,800.00
0
0
1,SOO.OO
0
4,5SO.OO

TOTAL SERVICES FOR OPERATION

69,403.26

63,87S.28

80,SS6.83

68,300.00

66,312.51

77,7SO.OO

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BE NEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

708.44S.S201
708.44S.S202
708.44S.S203
708.44S.S20S
708.44S.S207
708.44S.S209
708.44S.S213
708.44S.S214
708.44S.S231
708.44S.S239
708.44S.S243
708.445.5244
708.445.5254
708.445.5255
708.44S.5269

708.44S.5302
708.445.5309
708.445.5311
708.445.S312
708.445.S313
708.44S.S316
708.44S.S321
708.44S.S322
708.44S.5323
708.445.S324
708.44S.5338
708.445.5339
708.445.5352
708.445.5359
708.445.5361
708.44S.5363
708.445.S369
708.445.S373
708.44S.5381
708.44S.5383
708.445.S384
708.44S.S386
708.445.5389
708.445.5395
708.445.5398
708.445.5399

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

708.445.5511

708.445.5631
708.445.5633
708.445.5637
708.445.5639

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

140
140
3,448.75

281
281
3,062.75

0
0
3,219.46

300
300
3,000.00

0
0
3,499.26

200
200
3,150.00

0
3,448.75

0
3,062.75

0
3,219.46

0
3,000.00

0
3,499.26

0
3,150.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

3,588.75

3,343.75

3,219.46

3,300.00

3,499.26

3,350.00

BUILDINGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
2,760.53
0
0
2,760.53

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
1,688.99
1,688.99

0
0
0
10,950.00
0
0
10,950.00

0
0
0
5,854.88
0
0
5,854.88

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2,760.53

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
708.445.5525 REMITTANCE OF STATE SALES TAX
OTHER REFUND S & DISTRIBUTIONS
708.445.5535 DAMAGE CLAIMS
JUDGEMENTS/DAMAGES & CLAIMS

708.445.5611

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

1,688.99
10,950.00
5,854.88
0
============== ============== ===:::========== ====;;;;=========
226,797.94
243,535.60
266,955.00
236,219.13
263,010.00

;;;;:;;;;;;;:;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::: ==============
TOTAL MUNC SWIMMING POOL FUND

246,362.27

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STORM MANAGEMENT UTILITY FUND (Fund 709)


Revenues
Revenues consist of monthly charges to customers.
Expenditures
This budget operation was established to address the unfunded mandate from the U. S. and Ohio
Environmental Protection Agencies to develop a Storm Water Management Program to improve
the quality and manage the quantity of storm water runoff during and after earth disturbing
activities. The former expenditures that were part of the General Fund (1 01.675) were moved to
this fund in 2008. Some of the personnel expenses are shared by the Sewer Fund (711 .673). This
709 budget funds 100% of the salary and benefits costs of one Engineering Technician, one-fourth
of the MIS Director and Utility Foremen, two-thirds of the employees that were part of the prior
Sewer Maintenance crew, and 100% of three Street Fund staff members to cover the cost of the
ongoing leaf collection and street sweeping services. The budget also includes maintenance of the
storm sewer system and major projects associated with the improvement of the system.
The 2016 budget includes replacing a share of the costs to replace items including a skid loader,
asphalt grinder, air compressor, and trash pump and one-third of the cost of a jet vac and dump
truck.

2016 Projected Revenues, Storm Management Utility Fund


$ 1,270,000
2016 Projected Expenditures & Transfers Storm Management Fund $ 1.378.453
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
($ 108,453)
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 694,528
$ 286,185
$ 397,740
$1,378,453

50.4%
20.8%
28.8%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

STORMWATER UTILITY FUND

709.000.4428
709.000.4429

709.000.4601
709.000.4649

STORMWATER COLLECTION FEES


STORMWATER COLLECTION PENALTY

1,190,699.13
14,517.02

1,223,884.66
14,112.80

1,280,376.81
15,582.59

1,301,450.00
15,920.00

1,302,244.95
16,202.84

1,250,000.00
12,000.00

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

1,205,216.15

1,237,997.46

1,295,959.40

1,317,370.00

1,318,447.79

1,262,000.00

9,059.90
9,059.90
48.53
48.53

6,635.26
6,635.26
0
0

9,394.34
9,394.34
171.12
171.12

10,110.00
10,110.00
40
40

10,374.66
10,374.66
44.42
44.42

8,000.00
8,000.00
0
0

1,214,324.58

1,244,632. 72

1,305,524.86

1,327,520.00

1,328,866.87

1,270,000.00

0
0
0
0
0

7,962.28
2,806.15
10,768.43
0
0

7,598.16
0
7,598.16
0
0

4,465.00
0
4,465.00
0
0

4,469.33
0
4,469.33
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

7,598.16

4,465.00

4,469.33

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNING
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

709.000.4922
709.000.4928
709.000.4990

MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL STORMWATER UTILITY

10,768.43

==============

===;;;;:;;;;:;;;;::;;:;;;:;;;;::

1,214,324.58

1,255,401.15

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========;;;;===== ============== ==============


1,313,123.02

1,331,985.00

1,333,336.20

0
=====;;;;========:=

1,270,000.00

Stormwater Utility
709.675
5101
73,368
23,619
13,230
1g,923

SALARIES
Eng. Tech (at 100%)
1/4 of MIS Director
1/4 MIS Technician
1/4 of Utility Foreman
Below are 2/3 of the 5 employees that had been Sewer Mtn. (Other 1/31n 711.673 Fund)
1 Senior Serviceman (Taylor)
2 Medium Eq. Operators N (Chamblin & Byrne)
2 Laborers (Prichard & Wise)
3 employees (full salary) from Street Dlv. funded from Stormwater, personnel for street sweeping & leaf collection

42,024
74,782
49,934
148,178
445,058
600 2/3 of Plus Rating
445,658
7,500 2/3 of OT
453,158
32,615 Retirement
485,n3
5331

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS


20,000 N. Market Ph 2 Design (share of $120,000 w/441, 442, 710, 711)

5361
50,000
50,000
10,000
6,000
5,000
2,000
123,000
5390

5632

5633

5639

5651

5632

5639

MTN. OF FACILITIES
Annual system repairs
Annual ditch maintenance
Annual bridge maintenance
Routine annual maintenance
Lift station parts and repairs
Share of repairs of curbs, etc. from repairs (also In Sewer Mtn. and Water Dlst.)

TRANSFER STATION DISPOSAL FEES


15,000 Fees to dump waste from street sweeping to meet unfunded EPA Mandate
that will no longer permit sweeping Items to be taken to Dye Mill Rd. Facility
VEHICLES
4,000 Share of Electrical Dlv. Replacement Pickup Truck ($20,000 101 .555 Electrical, $4,000 each
710.663 Water Dis!. and 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
117,000 1/3 cost of Jet Vac $351,000 (split with 710.663 Water Dlst., 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
43,500 1/3 cost $130,500 dump truck (split with 710.663 Water Dlst., 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
164,500
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
7,040 16% cost of $44,000 Case Skid Loader (split 50% 202 Street,
17%710.663 WaterDist., 17%711 .673 SewerMtn.)
4,000 16% cost of $25,000 Planer/Asphalt Grinder (split 50% Street,
17% 710.663 Water Dlst. , 17% 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
4,000 16% cost of $25.000 Air Compressor (split 50% Street,
17%710.663 Water Dlst.. 17%711.673 Sewer Min.)
15,040
OTHER EQUIPMENT
8,200 6" Trash pump, 1/3 cost of $24,600 (split 1/3 710.660 Water Dlst.. 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
210,000 Share of McKaig 3 project (part In 442 and 710.666 Water Dist)

ITEMS REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


VEHICLES
49,000 1/2 cost of $98,000 camera truck, half In 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33,000 HVAC System at Min. Facility
(1/6 cost- split with 101.555 Electrical, 101.635 Refuse, 202 Street,
710.663 Water Dlst., 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
NOTE - Nothing budgeted for Storm Water for 2016 related to Huelskamp property as that
would be performed with construction.
Personnel Breakdown of Former Sewer Mtn and 3 Street Employees
42,024 2/3 of Sen Service Man (pas. Est 08) (Former Sewer Maintenance)
74,782 2/3 of 2 Med Eq Operators (Former Sewer Maintenance)
49,934 2/3 of 2 Laborer N positions
57,980 HEO (Tipps) Moved From Street for Street Sweeping and Leaf Col. 100%
53,048 LEO (Harbour) Moved From Street for Street Sweeping & Leaf Col. 100%
37,170 Street Laborer (Oliveri) Moved from Streetfor Street Sweeping
and leaf collection (Oliveri Included as of 2015)
100%

2015 Budget
1,165,410

2016 Budget% Difference


1,378,453 15.46%

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63.036
112,1 74
74,901
56,906
53,047
37,170

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

STORMWATER UTILITY FUND


OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES
709.675.5101
709.675.5102
709.675.5143
709.675.5144
709.675.5151
709.675.5161
709.675.5162
709.675.5163
709.675.5164
709.675.5165
709.675.5166

709.675.5201
709.675.5203
709.675.5204
709.675.5205
709.675.5207
709.675.5213
709.675.5215
709.675.5231
709.675.5234
709.675.5239
709.675.5241
709.675.5243
709.675.5251
709.675.5253
709.675.5254
709.675.5255

709.675.5302
709.675.5309
709.675.5311
709.675.5312
709.675.5313
709.675.S316
709.675.5321
709.675.5322
709.675.5323
709.67S.5324
709.675.5331
709.675.5334
709.675.5338
709.675.5339
709.675.5352
709.675.5359
709.675.5361
709.675.5363
709.675.5364
709.675.5365
709 .675.5367
709.675.5369
709.675 .5373
709.67S.5381
709.675.5384
709.675.5389
709.675.5390
709.675.5399

429,908.31
5,686.06
435,594 .37

459,346.61
8,390.19
467,736.80

464,255.00
7,500.00
471,755.00

443,001.84
8,437.83
451,439.67

0
0
0

0
0
0

66,050.00
66,050.00
680
111,340.00

5,705.31
113,066.55

60,097.43
60,097.43
548.84
98,144.14
3,260.00
11,935.45
0
5,599.69
119,488.12

6,845.00
134,905.00

5,945.43
124,526.60

7,040.00
145,310.00

580,545.39

614,834.05

647,322.35

672,710.00

638,863.78

694,528.00

107.18
111.75

116.05
48.91

117.3
84.18

400
300

400
300
1,000.00
1,000.00
700
2,500.00
6,600.00
2,500.00
15,000.00
2,500.00
32,500.00
4,610.00
800
5,410.00
2,500.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
0
13,500.00

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

393,684.38
3,881.96
397,566.34
15,879.16
5,005.50
20,884.66
55,729.51
55,729.51
621.88
87,414.68

12,618.14
0
5,710.18
106,364.88

10,796.68

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES


OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIAL & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLE

115.19
402.21
3,000.00
2,976.08
5,931.26
437.96
13,081.63
5,128.09
131.41
5,259.50
3,317.00
4,412.28
2,243.97
80.79
10,054.04

TOTAL MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP.
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

898.96
898.96
65,274.17
65,274.17
664.65
95,899.91

0
16,040.00

0
0
62,897.51
62,897.51
509.11
100,349.49
3,312.50
14,410.07

445,658.00
7,500.00
453,158.00
29,825.00
2,790.00
32,615.00
63,445.00
63,445 .00
570
112,435.00
9,970.00
15,295.00

14.66
105.72
584.04
2,529.28
10,298.21
826.1
14,522.97
3,507.00
228.22
3,735.22
3,547.76
5,576.57
1,086.53
144.64
10,355.50

374.66
148.93
952.64
959.26
1,693.92
12,975.76
1,127.84
18,434.49
4,445.00
680.58
5,125.58
5,076.24
6,762.87
1,883.87
29.14
13,752.12

1,000.00
700
2,500.00
5,740.00
1,500.00
15,000.00
1,500.00
28,640.00
4,610.00
600
5,210.00
10,000.00
4,000.00
100
14,100.00

277.62
106.16
1,476.34
64.13
720.4
1,662.33
2,013.93
3,800.43
19,921.93
3,654.10
33,697.37
4,109.00
759.94
4,868.94
3,056.51
4,234.07
1,619.67
505.16
9,415.41

28,395.17

28,613.69

37,312.19

47,950.00

47,981.72

51,410.00

167.32

4,733.00

4,724.99

5,500.00

4,645.33

1,000.00

167.32
919.76
10,127.89

4,733.00
935.83
5,946.68

4,724.99
1,061.77
8,034.12

5,500.00
20,000.00
10,000.00

4,645.33
2,668.16
9,238.59

1,000.00
5,000.00
10,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

11,047.65
552.84
857.5
23
7,704.00
9,137.34

6,882.51
158.44
311.66
8,063.34
8,533.44

9,095.89
651.49
354.16
23
9,525.34
10,553.99

0
0

0
0

0
0

30,000.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
100
10,000.00
14,100.00
10,000.00

5,751.33
78.5
5,829.83

10,429.97
146.88
10,576.85

5,971.04
309.98
6,281.02

14,000.00
7,900.00
31,900.00

11,906.75
760.08
900
0
9,590.87
11,250.95
0
2,257.48
2,591.83
717.24
5,566.55

15,000.00
1,000.00
2,500.00
125
10,200.00
13,825.00
20,000.00
2,500.00
14,000.00
7,900.00
44,400.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

61,828.48
960.84
3,007.34
21.08

58,217.17
1,937.08
20,666.32
76.93

134,500.00
1,500.00
0

24,062.94
1,850.54
13,052.35
359.81

123,000.00
1,800.00
12,000.00
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

107,262.77
1,420.00
1,420.00
372.12

65,817.74
1,020.00
1,020.00
101.2

136,000.00
1,500.00
1,500.00
600

39,325.64
15,274.60
15,274.60
283.58

136,800.00
8,000.00
8,000.00
600

0
0
0

80,897.50
1,220.00
1,220.00
552.08
0
0
11,874.34
935.74
13,362.16

0
0

0
0

0
0

20,000.00
150
20,750.00

12,701.05
87.44
13,072.07

15,000.00
150
15,750.00

126,135.55

239,750.00

101,041.89

234,775.00

0
0

0
99,010.35
82.71
8,169.71

0
0
0

43.82
415.94

0
9,213.24
82 .19
9,396.63

135,280.85

106,960.17

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0
0
0

---- ---- ---- -----

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
709.675.5501
709.675.5511
709.67S.5S24
709.67S.S527

709.675.5631
709.67S.5632
709.67S.5633
709.675.S637
709.675.5639
709.675.5651

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

0
0
0
0
0
699.12
699.12

0
0
0
0
3.7
0
3.7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
100
0
100

0
0
0
0
246.61
0
246.61

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

699.12

3.7

100

246.61

0
44,644.59
12,512.52
600
0
57,757.11
0
0

0
58,342.74
20,756.09
5,021.35
1,817.50
85,937.68
317,916.00
317,916.00

0
0
124,963.17
1,081.13
1,644.04
127,688.34
153,768.24
153,768.24

0
12,500.00
14,000.00
5,200.00
0
31,700.00
352,000.00
352,000.00

0
12,436.72
12,797.08
3,418.96
0
28,652.76
312,965.60
312,965 .60

0
164,500.00
15,040.00
0
8,200.00
187,740.00
210,000.00
210,000.00

403,853.68

281,456.58

383,700.00

341,618.36

397,740.00

1,154,265.29

1,092,226.67

1,344,210.00

1,129,752.36

1,378,453.00

FURNITURE & FI XTURES


VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTALSTOWM WATER UTILITY

57,757.11
===============
802,677.64

============== ============== ============;;;;= ============== ===============

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WATER FUND (Fund 710)

The City operates and maintains its own water treatment and distribution system. The water system
consists of the Troy Water Treatment Plant which has a 16 million gallons per day (MGD) design rate.
Current well field wells can produce up to 10 MGD. The plant treats raw ground water using a lime-soda
softening process, which reduces hard raw water to a hardness of approximately 120 PPM (or 7.0 grains)
hardness. The City is pumping an average of 4.17 MGD to its customers. Ten wells throughout the City
can supply up to 10 MGD to the Plant by drawing from the Aquifer, one of the most plentiful underground
water sources in the U.S. Three overhead and one ground level water storage facilities located throughout
Troy can store up to 7.5 million gallons of treated water. Water is pumped from the Plant and storage
facilities through 160 miles of water mains to our approximately 10,775 residential and business
customers. The City has systematically invested in upgrades to the water system to meet demands and
comply with EPA requirements. A new water rate plan was approved by Council that provides for the
following rate adjustments:

Water Rates:

2014
6%

2015
6%

2016
6%

2017
3%

The Water Fund is one of the City's Enterprise Funds where revenues must be spent only on the City's
water treatment and distribution-related expenses. In addition to customers within the Troy city limits, the
City provides water, through an agreement, to the City of West Milton and to rural customers of Miami
County. In 2013, the updating of the Water Master Plan was authorized. From that update, a number of
water line projects were recommended, and a bond issue was approved in 2014 to fund water capital
improvements. The debt service from the bonds will be repaid over 30 years.
The January 1, 2016 unencumbered fund balance is $6,852,228.

Revenues
Water revenues consist of monthly charges to customers. Water usage data is collected through
water meters which electronically transmit readings without being read by Water Department staff,
and billed according to the amount of cubic feet each user consumes. One cubic foot equals
roughly 7.5 gallons of water. Water used by Miami County customers is billed through an
agreement between the City and Miami County. There are also charges for tap-in fees and
delinquent payments.
Expenditures
Expenditures include the staffing, maintenance and capital improvement costs to operate and
improve the treatment plant and distribution system. Included are the personnel costs to administer
the fund, maintain the plant and system, and to collect the revenues.
2016 Projected Revenues, Water Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures, Water Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$ 7,908,000
$9,466,004
($ 1,558,004)

$1,615,083 17.0%
$3,001,751 31.7%
$4,849.170 51.3%
$9,466,004

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2013

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

WATER FUND
710.000.4335
710.000.4336
710.000.4411
710.000.4418
710.000.4431
710.000.4432
710.000.4433
710.000.4434
710.000.4435
710.000.4436
710.000.4439
710.000.4446
710.000.4447

710.000.4601
710.000.4615
710.000.4616
710.000.4649

710.000.4711
710.000.4712
710.000.4815
710.000.4816
710.000.4921
710.000.4922
710.000.4924
710.000.4925
710.000.4926
710.000.4928
710.000.4937
710.000.4990

STATE GRANTS
LOAN PROCEEDS
TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL
REPORT COPIES
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES
WATER SALES
WATER-PENALTY
WATER TAP & SERVICE EXTENSION
DELINQUENT WATER CHARGES
METER SALES
HYDRANT SALES
MISCELLANEOUS WATER SALES
WATER CHARGES
ANALYTIC SERVICES
ELECTRONICS/INSTRUMENTATION
WASTEWATER CHARGES

0
0
0
0
1,650.00
1,650.00
4,809,524.91
56,889.88
116,500.00
117,747.84
5,564.40
11,864.46
28,250.60
5,146,342.09
11,415.00
0
11,415.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVI CE

13,997.83

0
0
0
0
2,485.14
2,485.14
4,708,120.61
51,758.51
126,000.00
105,053.73
3,891.48

0
15,274.25

6,572.68
21,781.95
5,023, 178.96
14,947.00
0
14,947.00

20,980.00
5,346,995.00
13,270.00
0
13,270.00

0
0
0
0
1,689.06
1,689.06
4,995,328.13
54,199.43
148,500.00
116,743.70
2,785.23
25,667.89
21,020.29
5,364,244.67
13,805.64
0
13,805.64

5,159,407.09

4,994,504.84

5,040,611.10

5,361,870.00

5,379,739.37

5,103,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
WITNESS FEES
JURY FEES
OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

48,275.45
48,275.45
0
0
0
3,692.4S
3,692.45

29,629.71
29,629.71

47,295.00
47,295.00

48,467.28
48,467.28

0
0
0
2,138.57
2,138.57

45,802.41
45,802.41
0
0
0
6,932.21
6,932.21

0
65
65
7,985.00
7,985.00

0
69
69
7,987.66
7,987.66

55,000.00
55,000.00
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

51,967.90

31,768.28

52,734.62

55,345.00

56,523.94

55,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
368
0
0
854.61

0
0
0
0
0
7,757.93
20,356.14
0
16.68
0
2,556.28
30,687.03
0
0
0
0

3,891,753.30
0
0

0
0
0
0

2, 750,000.00
0
0
0
2, 750,000.00
0
0

30,687.03

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PREMIUM ON SALE OF BONDS/NOTES
ACCRUED INT. BONDS/NOTES SOLD
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS REIMB.
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
1M PREST PETTY CASH RETURNED
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

0
1,360.00
2,582.61
0
0
0
0
2,582.61

==:::======:=::
TOTAL WATER FUND

5,213,957.60

0
13,997.83
0
1,225.00
1,225.00
4,647,220.98
52,928.12
91,250.00
117,761.92
10,247.09
22,301.33
22,298.32
4,964,007. 76
15,274.25

0
0
0
0
1,605.00
1,605.00
4,987,875.00
53,095.00
144,500.00
113,450.00
2,535.00
24,560.00

0
3,891,753.30
8,310.50
22,073.57

0
9,910.00
21,195.00

0
167.02

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
9,913.93
21,195.99
0
0

0
4,670.66
35,221.75
0
0
0
0

0
30,315.00
61,420.00

0
30,659.60
61,769.52

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

3,926,975.05

61,420.00

============== ============== ==============


5,056,960.15

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9,020,320.77

5,478,635.00

61,769.52

=====;;;;;;;:::======
5,498,032.83

0
0
0
0
0
0
4,800,000.00
50,000.00
110,000.00
100,000.00
3,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00
5,093,000.00
10,000.00
0
10,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2, 750,000.00

==============
7,908,000.00

Water Admin.
710.660
5101
Following are portion:
26,892
22 ,625
22,500
40,626
23,619
13,229
34,644
184,135
6,250
1,656
192,041
500
192,541
13,945
206,486

SALARIES
Match to these salary portions in Sewer Adm .
Asst DPS&S (25%) (50% 101.113; 25% Sewer Adm)
City Engineer (25%)
Asst City Engineer (25%)
2 clerks (50%) (half Sewer Adm .)
MIS Dir (25%) **
MIS Tech (25%) **
GIS Tech (50%) (half Sewer Adm .)
Co-op (50%) (moved from Eng.)
Hlth Ins Opt Out (50%)

100%
107,568
90,500
90,000
81,252
94,476
52,916
68,288
12,500
3,444

OT (50%)

1,000

Ret. Half

27890

City Engineer & Assistant City Engineer funded 50% Engineering (1 01 .108)
and 25% each Water and Sewer Adm .
MIS Dir & Tech funded 25% each MIS (101.118), Water Adm,
Sewer Adm ., Stormwater
5207
700
15,000
1,500
8,800
350
26,350

COMPUTER SUPPLIES
Misc. supplies as needed
Census Agree.
ESRI Agree.
City Wks Agree.
CAD Agree.
(note- half agreement costs in Sewer 711 .671)

5331

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS


20,000 N Market 2 Design share (share budgeted 441 Capitallmpr., 709 Storm ,
(711 .671 Sewer Adm.)
50,000 As needed
75,000 Regionalization Study Assessment Phase II if warranted (1/2 cost, half in Sewer Adm.)
6,000 EHS Tower additional design
109,500 EHS Service Tower Canst. Adm/lnspection
(note- water line construction in 710.663 Water Dist.)
260,500

5379

INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING


150,000 General Fund Offset

5382

5522

2015 Budget
1,855,239

SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES


15,000 TDC
REMITTANCE/REVENUE COLLECTED
5,000 Protection Agreement Reimbursements to other parties

2016 Budget % Difference


1,655,783 -12.05%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

WATER FUND
WATER ADMINISTRATION
OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES
710.660.5101
710.660.5102
710.660.5104
710.660.5143
710.660.5144
710.660.5149
710.660.5151
710.660.5161
710.660.5162
710.660.5163
710.660.5164
710.660.5166

710.660.5201
710.660.5202
710.660.5203
710.660.5207
710.660.5209
710.660.5231
710.660.5239
710.660.5241
710.660.5243
710.660.5251
710.660.5253
710.660.52S4
710.660.5255

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE EXEMPT FROM FLSA
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

162,273.38
233.07
0
162,506.45
0
0
0
0
22,713.13
22,713.13
210
21,694.07
0
4,697.01
2,264.26
28,865.34

172,694.48
1,094.67
250
174,039.15
0
0
0
0
25,45S.63
25,455.63
220.5
24,160.33
0
4,078.50
2,422.35
30,881.68

183,673.84
2,161.42
250
186,08S.26
0
0
0
0
23,646.38
23,646.38
183.53
26,736.53
1,250.00
4,861.07
2,S93.18
35,624.31

192,417.00
500
250
193,167.00
9,915.00
987
0
10,902.00
27,0SO.OO
27,050.00
195
30,675.00
1,250.00
6,935.00
2,965.00
42,020.00

193,496.44
2,733.75
250
196,480.19
9,780.06
549.01
0
10,329.07
26,S76.48
26,576.48
186.96
27,111.70
3,512.50
S,753.85
2,880.93
39,445.94

192,041.00
500
250
192,791.00
10,430.00
3,515.00
0
13,945.00
26,960.00
26,960.00
195
27,220.00
4,1SO.OO
6,510.00
2,995.00
41,070.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

214,084.92

230,376.46

245,3S5.95

273,139.00

272,831.68

274,766.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLE

0
0
0
13,37S.39
0
0
3,489.61
16,865.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

57.3S
0
0
11,902.74
0
0
0
11,960.09
0
0
0
389.25
0
79.06
0
468.31

0
0
0
12,226.00
0
0
0
12,226.00
0
0
0
0
0
84.52
0
84.52

0
0
0
31,300.00
0
0
0
31,300.00
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
100

0
0
0
6,478.31
0
0
0
6,478.31
0
0
0
0
0
98.02
0
98.02

0
0
0
26,350.00
0
0
0
26,350.00
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
100

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

16,865.00

12,428.40

12,310.52

31,400.00

6,576.33

26,450.00

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
710.660.S302
710.660.S309
710.660.S316
710.660.S321
710.660.S322
710.660.S323
710.660.S324
710.660.S331
710.660.S332
710.660.5333
710.660.5334
710.660.S33S
710.660.S338
710.660.S339
710.660.S3S1
710.660.S3S2
710.660.S3S9
710.660.5361
710.660.5363
710.660.5364
710.660.5367
710.660.5369
710.660.5373
710.660.S374
710.660.5379
710.660.5381
710.660.S382
710.660.S383
710.660.S384
710.660.5386
710.660.S387
710.660.S389
710.660.S395
710.660.5398
710.660.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEAlS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
ATIORNEYS
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAl NTENANCE-OTH ER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

710.660.5411
710.660.5413
710.660.5421
710.660.5423

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
PRINCIPAL PYMT-BONDS
DEBT SERVICE- PRINCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
INTEREST PYMT-BONDS
DEBT SERVICE- INTERST PYMTS
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

710.660.S501
710.660.SS11
710.660.SS22
710.660.SS24
710.660.5527

710.660.5601
710.660.5612
710.660.S631
710.660.S632
710.660.S633
710.660.S637
710.660.S639

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1,886.47
1,886.47

2,718.S9
2,718.S9
1S2.SS

2,373.04
2,373.04
17.S

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

42.S
8,718.S4

1S2.SS
146,781.86

196,686.03

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

4S,000.99
S3,719.S3

312.9
147,094.76

0
0
S,072.66

0
42.S

S,072.66

0
0
0
0
0

2016

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

sao

0
0

128.S

SOD
SOD
1,000.00
2,SOO.OO
2,SOO.OO
400
400

200

0
280

200

1,100.00
17S,OOO.OO

408.S
42,SS2.18

260,500.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

2,2S7.SO

2,SOO.OO

0
0

4,2S4.28
200,940.31

3,750.00
178,7SO.OO

9,310.97
S4,120.6S

400
263,400.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

3,802.16
3,802.16
2.7S

1,636.49
1,636.49

s,ooo.oo
s,ooo.oo

0
0
3,818.74
3,818.74

s,ooo.oo
s,ooo.oo

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

1S,176.04
79.6S
1SO,OOO.OO
16S,2SS.69

2.7S
12,394.60
176.6S
1SO,OOO.OO
162,571.2S

17.S

12,432.88
94.19

sao
2,500.00
2,500.00
400
400
100

2,941.01
2,941.01

so
1,0SO.OO

1SO,OOO.OO
162,S27.07

200
1SO,OOO.OO
1S0,200.00

2,S16.36
519.39
1SO,OOO.OO
1S3,03S.7S

so

so

1S,OOO.OO

1S,OOO.OO

1S,OOO.OO

1S,OOO.OO

1S,OOO.OO

so

0
0
0

21.64
0
0
0

1S,OOO.OO
2S

42
0
0

0
0
0

4,288.16

4,163.63

4,SS6.82

4,000.00

0
1,626.62
0

2,42S.OO

3,000.00

0
22,027.82

2,S1S.OO

20,916.78

1,S69.30
1S.S
20,770.07

0
0
0
4,682.74
0
0

22,07S.OO

22,201.74

23,100.00

246,893.63

337,112.13

389,S22.23

360,12S.OO

236,S26.39

446,4SO.OO

400
150,000.00
1S0,400.00

0
0

s,ooo.oo
0
3,000.00

83S,OOO.OO
83S,OOO.OO

770,000.00

93S,OOO.OO

770,000.00

97S,OOO.OO
97S,OOO.OO

93S,OOO.OO
935,000.00

720,080.00
720,080.00

0
226,9S0.02
226,9S0.02

186,400.00
186,400.00

193,216.18
193,216.18

240,77S.OO
240,77S.OO

240,77S.OO
240,77S.OO

182,937.00
182,937.00

1,061,9S0.02

9S6,400.00

1,168,216.18

1,17S, 77S.OO

1,17S,77S.OO

903,017.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

s,ooo.oo

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

s,ooo.oo

100

1,121.95

100

S,100.00

1,121.9S

S,100.00

93S,OOO.OO

REMITIANCE/ REVENUE COLLECTED


ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

9,371.02
9,371.02

16.74

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

9,371.02

77.68

S,100.00

1,121.9S

5,100.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

l26,980.S2
126,980.S2

4,SOO.OO

200.06

1,789.47

S,200.00

200.06

S,936.61
S,426.47
11,363.08

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,789.47

9,700.00

S,793.47

200.06

11,363.08

1,789.47

9,700.00

132,773.99

1,S49,364.6S

1,S47,7S7.7S

1,817,194.35

1,8SS,239.00

1,82S,60S.34

1,6SS, 783.00

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE

LAND PURCHASE
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL WATER ADM INS

60.94
60.94

0
16.74

Page 208

0
0
0
0
3,2S6.7S
2,S36.72

Water Billing/Collection
710.661
5101
18,842
12,648
23,239
21,094

SALARIES
Fiscal Manager
Account Supv.
1 Account Analyst A
1 Account Rep A

1/2 of 50%
1/2 of 50%
100%
100%

151,646
12,000
163,646

75,823
6,000 OT
81,823

Sal & Benefits of Fiscal Manager & Account Supv.


split 50% Income Tax-204 fund, 25% Water B&C 710.661,
and 25% Sewer B&C 711.671 .
Salaries and benefits for all other positions split 50/50
between Water B&C 710.661 and Sewer B&C 711 .671

5338

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS


(1/2 in Sewer B&C)
16,200 1 Temp 40 hrs. week
(1/2 in Sewer B&C)
19,400 1 Temp 40 hrs. week
35,600

5339

MISC. SERVICES
38,000 Outsourcing bill print
2,000 Lock boxing fees
40,000

5363
3,100
2,020
980
900
7,000

MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


CMI Software Support
CMI Hardware maintenance/support
Lowry printer maintenance agreement (Burster)
Hosted Utility Connect/payments

5399

OTHER EXPENSES
5,000 Possible Health Clinic Set up (1/5 also in 101 .101, HR 101 .113 , Tax 204,
Sewer B&C 711.671)

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
7,525 Digital Remittance System (half in Sewer B&C 711 .671)
(Maint. Fee will be $1 ,200 year)

2015 Budget
222,618

37,684
25,296
46,478
42,188

2016 Budget % Difference


219,692 -1.33%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

WATER BILLING/COLLECTION
OFFICIAL- RONNI SHOWALTER
710.661.5101
710.661.5102
710.661.5143
710.661.5144
710.661.5149
710.661.5151
710.661.5161
710.661.5162
710.661.5163
710.661.5164
710.661.5166

710.661.5201
710.661.5202
710.661.5203
710.661.5207
710.661.5231
710.661.5239

710.661.5302
710.661.5309
710.661.5316
710.661.5321
710.661.5322
710.661.5323
710.661.5336
710.661.5338
710.661.5339
710.661.5341
710.661.5352
710.661.5359
710.661.5361
710.661.5363
710.661.5381
710.661.5384
710.661.5389
710.661.5395
710.661.5399

710.661.5542

710.661.5631
710.661.5633
710.661.5637
710.661.5639

75,278.00
6,000.00
81,278.00

76,860.82
4,691.16
81,551.98

75,823.00
6,000.00
81,823 .00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

0
0
0
0

3,318.63
10,553.67
10,553.67
119
10,065.14

0
0
0
0

2,770.00
1,190.00
20,070.00

11,350.92
11,350.92
103.56
13,262.76
500
2,570.77
1,093.79
17,530.88

11,460.00
11,460.00
115
13,500.00
500
2,580.00
1,190.00
17,885.00

108,422.41

112,728.00

110,433.78

111,168.00

2,193.76
938.8

2,200.00
1,425.00

2,247.26
243.84

2,200.00
1,250.00

1,682.42
1,004.79
12,871.35

10,473.94
10,473.94
101.69
12,941.61
250
1,916.79
1,100.65
16,310.74

88,356.18

97,156.61

726.43
79.33

2,081.99
787.9

9,187.91
9,187.91
124.25
8,937.82

11,380.00
11,380.00
110
16,000.00

1,834.36

964.62

1,312.73

1,500.00

972.34
129.37

1,500.00

2,640.12

7.5
3,842.01

109
4,554.29

600
5,725 .00

3,592.81

300
5,250.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

2,640.12

3,842.01

4,554.29

5,725.00

3,592.81

5,250.00

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT COSTS
COURT COSTS & FEES
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

1,573.00
25.09
1,598.09

945.24

1,004.90
22.5
1,027.40

2,100.00
2,100.00

741.07
80.91
821.98

2,000.00
24
2,024.00

0
0

58.77
51.25
40.39
150.41

100
100
115
315

70.02
207
40.39
317.41

100
100
75
275

0
0

0
945.24

0
0
0

0
0

140

0
0

140

25,317.71
39,491.27
64,808.98

25,900.50
34,714.48
60,614.98

25,109.36
33,692.04
58,801.40

28,259.51
35,698.94
63,958.45

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

34,500.00
40,000.00
74,500.00
350
350

35,600.00
40,000.00
75,600.00
350
350

0
0
0
0

423
423
550

423.33
423.33
500

317.5
317.5
1,000.00

8,000.00
8,000.00
2,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

590.4

500

1,000.00

2,000.00

1,046.00

5,000.00
6,500.00

67,420.47

62,623.55

61,296.71

87,265.00

66,461.34

91,749.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

2,486.05
2,486.05
100
100

2,835.85
2,835.85

4,433.74
4,433.74

4,000.00
4,000.00

3,271.31
3,271.31

4,000.00
4,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

2,586.05

2,835.85

4,433.74

4,000.00

3,271.31

4,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
7,525.00

TOTAL SERVICES
710.661.5511

74,234.00
7,403.73
81,637.73

2,290.08
915.1
12,267.25

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

66,887.06
13.96
66,901.02

69,785.05
627.91
70,412.96
3,019.51
299.12

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

40.4

0
0
0
0
0
0
317.5
317.5
1,000.00
46

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
7,000.00
7,000.00
1,500.00

0
0
0

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0

1,120.00

-499

297.7

3,047.56
371.25
2,919.81

12,900.00

473.12

297.7

26.69
194.17
1,340.86

12,900.00

473.12

7,525.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

297.7

1,340.86

2,919.81

12,900.00

473.12

7,525.00

161,300.52

167,798.88

181,626.96

222,618.00

184,232.36

219,692.00

TOTAL WATER BILL & COLL

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Water Treatment Plant


710.662
5101
77,000
70,175
59,946
282,313
61 ,868
551,302
18,000
569,302

5321/5322

240,625
23,000
18,000
21,000
60,000
362,625

18,000
7,500
17,000
30,000
6,500
54,000
8,450
55,000
2,380
198,830

5633
7,000
20,025
7,500
6,500
64,875
4,120
6,695
12,500
25,000
154,215

2015 Budget
2,026,544

CHEMICALS
Pebble Lime
Chlorine Gas
Carbon Dioxide
Lab and Misc.
Air Stripper Sequestrant

MISC. SERVICES
26,500 Analytic Services
32,075 Annuallnspections/Mtn. Agreements, including boiler, instrumentation calibration ,
pest control, generators, alarms, infrared, lab items, etc.
58,575

5361

5637

OT

T&T
6,500 AWWA Mtgs, OTCO, OSHA- required training,
certifications and recertification

5205

5339

SALARIES
Superintendent
Assistant Superintendent
Operations Technician
5 Operators
1 Mechanic

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Clarifier Basins, annual inspections & corrosion control
Valves, Actuators- annual service and repairs
Lab equipment repairs per OEPA survey
Air Stripper Tower cleaning
4 MG reservoir valves -install 2 20"flood control valves
Annual well maintenance cleaning/repairs
Routine annual work on gravel areas & drives, service inspections, level transmitters, substation
Routine, as needed, increased due to plant age
Crane Upgrade Pumproom 5T

MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT


Sludge Lagoon Hydrant installed
C02 tank vaporizer replacement
Generator and Switchgear controls
4MG reservoir flood control
Low Service Pump 2 rebuild, VFD addition, motor
3 Ultrasonic flowmeters
Well control cabinet upgrade
19' Scissor Lift
Expansion of SCADA data acquisition to improve process control

COMPUTER HARDWARE
17,000 Server replacement, rehost of SCADA Software

2016 Budget % Difference


2,012,707 -1%

Page 211

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

WATER TREATMENT PLANT


OFFICIAL- JEFF MONCE
710.662.S101
710.662.5102
710.662.5143
710.662.5144
710.662.5149
710.662.5151
710.662.5161
710.662.5162
710.662.5163
710.662.5164
710.662.5166

710.662.5201
710.662.5202
710.662.5203
710.662.5204
710.662.5205
710.662.5207
710.662.5209
710.662.5213
710.662.5231
710.662.5239
710.662.5241
710.662.5243
710.662.5244
710.662.5251
710.662.5252
710.662.5253
710.662.5254
710.662.5255

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION

509,016.75
15,001.78
524,018.53
61,271.98
30,594.19

OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES


OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

0
91,866.17
73,679.87
73,679.87
707
100,268.08

756
121,961.05

0
14,057.44
7,524.48
122,557.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES


OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES
REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIPMENT/TOOL
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-LIQUID PROPANE
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
13,932.33
7,757.65
144,407.03

552,213.57
18,577.22
570,790.79
0
0
0
0
73,652.28
73,652.28
598.25
120,654.83
7,000.00
14,903.84
7,895.36
151,052.28

812,121.57

783,135.64

800.48

987.3
26.13

0
35.1
0
232,123.72
2,604.00
94.8
11,839.11
26,431.78
1,318.79
275,247.78
6,475.00
2,175.97
0
8,650.97
804.07
131.02
4,516.32
2,023.28

535,477.24
19,923.33
555,400.57

521,484.10

9,085.00
165,360.00

0
44,895.73
74,152.81
74,152.81
575
117,755.02
17,500.00
17,220.99
8,003.18
161,054.19

551,302.00
18,000.00
569,302.00
0
0
0
0
79,710.00
79,710.00
630
122,165.00
22,300.00
17,940.00
8,260.00
171,295.00

795,495.35

872,964.00

819,822.75

820,307.00

1,300.00

956.46
183.9
0

1,300.00
150
125
0
362,625.00
1,500.00
350
11,000.00
17,200.00
5,000.00
399,250.00
6,300.00
3,400.00
200

6,270.82

1,008.59
0
60.95
0
274,796.67
1,246.64
0
9,436.03
21,127.23
10,368.45
318,044.56
6,300.00
6,414.17
0
12,714.17
121.13
19.47
2,981.48
1,990.18
724.98
5,837.24

229,123.33

336,595.97

0
0
0
0
83,328.04
83,328.04

81.26
0
165,675.71
1,440.37
275
11,427.65
28,783.57
3,001.87
211,698.86
5,950.00
5,203.65
0
11,153.65
42.87
0
4,499.97
1,623.28
104.7

0
7,474.69
291,373.44

562,564.00
18,000.00
580,564.00
41,185.00
4,575.00

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0
45,760.00
81,280.00
81,280.00
625
120,355.00
14,000.00
21,295.00

150
125
0
277,400.00
1,500.00
350
11,000.00
17,200.00
5,000.00
314,025.00
6,300.00
10,200.00
200
16,700.00
200
300
5,000.00
2,800.00
700
9,000.00
339,725.00

18,235.92
539,720.02
41,132.37
3,763.36

0
212,381.98
1,416.27
0
9,013.90
16,697.11
4,701.68
245,351.30
6,300.00
10,160.35
0
16,460.35
232.38

9,900.00
300
900
4,400.00
2,800.00
700

0
998.07
1,627.65
29.57
2,887.67

9,100.00

264,699.32

418,250.00

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
710.662.5302
710.662.5309
710.662.5311
710.662.5312
710.662.5313
710.662.5315
710.662.5316
710.662.5321
710.662.5322
710.662.5323
710.662.5324
710.662.5331
710.662.5334
710.662.5335
710.662.5338
710.662.5339
710.662.5352
710.662.5359
710.662.5361
710.662.5363
710.662.5364
710.662.5365
710.662.5367
710.662.5369
710.662.5373
710.662.5381
710.662.5383
710.662.5384
710.662.5386
710.662.5387
710.662.5389
710.662.5395
710.662.5398
710.662.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

710.662.5611
710.662.5612
710.662.5631
710.662.5632
710.662.5633
710.662.5637
710.662.5639

BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL WATER TREATMENT

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

634.19
634.19
13,835.12
216,750.43
156

518.79
456
974.79
19,240.26
171,490.91
163.44

2,912.09
584
3,496.09
19,649.48
195,583.23
173.16

2,800.00
600
3,400.00
25,000.00
186,325.00
230

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

230,741.55
285.42
7,697.13

190,894.61
583.62
3,371.00
57.5
2,050.00
6,062.12
47,287.15

215,405 .87
525.05
2,135.01
453
1,950.00
5,063.06
59,275.84

211,555.00
800
5,000.00
300
3,300.00
9,400.00
1,100.00

243,915.39
732.66
2,294.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

30,133.33
102,097.95
179,518.43

26,950.20
129,825.90
216,051.94

29,000.00
143,725.00
173,825.00

25,490.54
95,982.31
122,472.85

30,950.00
58,575.00
89,525.00

0
2,050.00
10,032.5S

0
0
0
26,238.01
103,945.28
130,183.29

2,220.00
456
2,676.00
17,927.58
225,771.31
181.8
34.7

0
2,603.00
5,629.66
1,000.00

2,800.00
600
3,400.00
24,000.00
215,000.00
230

0
0
239,230.00
1,500.00
5,000.00
300
3,300.00
10,100.00

21,834.18
21,834.18
181,461.85
12,107.62
2,202.10
790.17
856.34
1,235.15
198,653 .23
2,498.00
2,498.00
436.04

13,459.65
13,459.65
528,388.83
19,529.45
1,009.98
1,131.94
99.9
1,925.43
552,085.53
2,333.50
2,333.50
684.14

5,793.17
5,793.17
237,339.25
17,801.05
2,260.46
728.82
22,952.22
839.54
281,921.34
836.25
836.25
626.08

14,000.00
14,000.00
186,325.00
19,000.00
2,300.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
2,100.00
212,725.00
16,200.00
16,200.00
450

11,671.18
11,671.18
90,718.42
7,632.56
1,602.86
166.78

14,000.00
14,000.00
198,830.00
19,000.00
3,000.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
2,100.00
225,930.00
18,000.00
18,000.00
450

0
111.58
100,232.20
17,805.32
17,805.32
350.08

421.25

231.65

134.35

300

135.7

300

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

1,557.41

1,639.38

1,800.00

2,133.03

1,800.00

0
106.5
2,641.90

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

642.05
3,115.25

23.94
2,423.75

200
2,750.00

81.09
2,699.90

200
2,750.00

597,218.89

948,443.88

730,991.47

643,855.00

507,102.50

602,935.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

123.01

50,926.04

177,000.00

154,215.00
17,000.00

94,631.50
145,557.54

0
0

47,812.37
2,010.97

123.01

25,730.65
206.73
34,681.00
60,618.38

177,000.00

49,823.34

171,215.00

123.01

60,618.38

145,557.54

177,000.00

49,823.34

171,215.00

1, 700,836.91

2,021,321.23

2,008,640.33

2,033,544.00

1,641,447.91

2,012,707.00

0
1,678.11

0
0

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0
0

Water Distribution
710.663
5101
39,846
60,611
177, 170
277,627
277,627
7,000
284,627
5215

SALARIES
Foreman (1/2 salary; 1/4 In 709, 1/41n 711 .673)
SWDS - 1
Servicemen - 3

OT

STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES


31,450 Aggregate for road repairs due to main breaks
31,200 Asphalt, repairs due to main breaks, service repairs
62,650

5234

UTILITY LINE MAINTENANCE & SUPPLIES


30,000 Insertion valves for new machine as needed
70,000 Parts associated w/water shut off, updating broken services, new services
40,000 Routine as needed
140,000

5339

MISC. SERVICES
30,000 Leak Detection, Meter Testing, Nono(jfg service repairs
20,000 Valve Exercising Program
50,000

5361
10,000
64,050
32,025
6,000
3,500
115,575
5621

5625

5632

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Misc. Concrete Repairs
Heminger Tower maintenance payment
Bamhart/Stanfleld/Washwater tank maintenance payment
Share in annual maintenance of Mtn. Facility
Downtown fountain & paver repairs as needed

WATERLINES
760,000 Washington Road Water Line Looping, funded by bond proceeds
UTILITY OVERSIZING EXPENSES
15,000 Water Line Oversizing
VEHICLES
4,000 Share of Electrical Dlv. Replacement Pickup Truck ($20,000 101.555 Electrical,
$4,000 each 709 Storm Water and 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
117,000 1/3 cost of Jet Vac $351,000 (split with 709 Storm Water, 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
43,500 1/3 cost $130,500 dump truck (709 Storm Water, 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
12,500 Van for customer service rep (split 1/2 with 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
177,000

5633

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


7,480 17% cost of $44,000 Case Skid Loader (spilt 50% 202 Street,
16% 709 Storm Water, 17% 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
4,250 17% cost of $25,000 Planer/Asphalt Grinder (split 50% Street,
16%709 Storm Water, 17%711.673 Sewer Mtn.)
4,250 17% costof$25,000 AirCompressor(spilt50% Street,
16% 709 Storm Water, 17% 711 .673 Sewer Mtn.)
15,980

5634

METERS
89,250 Half cost of meter replacement program (half in 711 .673)
Includes meters & radio read transmitter devices (yr. 3 of 15 yr. replacement)

5635

HYDRANTS
10,000 For new construction and replacement

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
8,200 6" Trash pump, 1/3 cost of $24,600 (split 1/3 709 Storm Water, 711.673 Sewer Mtn.)

5651
2,750,000
220,000
100,000
25,000
500,000
3,595,000

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


EHS Water Tower on Stanfield Road, additional, funded from new Bond Revenues
Share of McKaig 3 project (part in 442, 709 Storm Water, 711.673 Water Dlst.)
Estimated cost, extend Water Line Huelskamp Farm
Water Line for Archer Park Restroom
Water Line Improvements- Construction

REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33,000 HVAC System at Mtn. Facility
(1/6 cost- spilt with 101 .555 Electric, 101 .635 Refuse, 202 Street,
709 Storm Water, 811.673 Sewer Mtn.)

2015 Budget
4,253,997

2016 Budget %Difference


5,577,822 23.73%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
WATER DISTRI
OFFICIAL-J

710.663.5101
710.663.5102
710.663.5143
710.663.5144
710.663.5149
710.663.5151
710.663.5161
710.663.5162
710.663.5163
710.663.5164
710.663.5166

710.663.5201
710.663.5202
710.663.5203
710.663.5204
710.663.5207
710.663.5209
710.663.5213
710.663.5215
710.663.5231
710.663.5234
710.663.5235
710.663.5236
710.663.5239
710.663.5241
710.663.5243
710.663.5244
710.663.5251
710.663.5253
710.663.5254
710.663.5255

BUTION
ILL RHOADES
FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
. INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

262,221.83
6,737.57
268,959.40
32,327.23
13,845.99
0
46,173.22
37,200.25
37,200.25
364
57,214.08
0
7,337.53
3,558.78
68,474.39

268,486.16
5,532.57
274,018.73
0
0
0
0
41,693.55
41,693.55
378
60,798.46
0
6,828.05
2,988.09
70,992.60

273,577.51
8,130.67
281,708.18
31,198.83
10,397.71
0
41,596.54
36,382.43
36,382.43
293.31
61,005.15
1,000.00
7,203 .18
3,652.31
73,153.95

280,052.00
7,000.00
287,052.00
32,615.00
9,095.00
0
41,710.00
40,190.00
40,190.00
315
79,370.00
3,000.00
11,180.00
4,780.00
98,645.00

275,846.11
8,921.26
284,767.37
0
0
0
0
39,843.69
39,843.69
310.44
64,624.03
6,000.00
8,745.14
3,043.55
82,723.16

277,627.00
7,000.00
284,627.00
0
0
0
0
39,850.00
39,850.00
315
65,750.00
5,200.00
8,970.00
4,130.00
84,365.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

420,807.26

386,704.88

432,841.10

467,597.00

407,334.22

408,842.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
METER MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
HYDRANT MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

326.56
0
335.32
1,000.00
718.07
0
1,206.58
41,823.50
4,877.33
87,496.81
6,274.21
1,815.78
2,368.66
148,242.82
2,800.00
660.58
0
3,460.58
5,401.81
7,710.67
9,376.46
425.89
22,914.83

364.2
0
146.79
0
532.09
0
1,752.11
38,042.55
3,069.14
137,256.11
2,604.65
547.41
2,575.39
186,890.44
3,150.00
485.25
0
3,635.25
4,186.63
6,821.38
10,324.43
1,089.04
22,421.48

261.53
0
110.16
0
106.87
0
1,405.04
57,131.70
4,624.43
132,405.34
6,336.37
7,379.15
2,439.23
212,199.82
3,150.00
1,251.84
0
4,401.84
262.02
11,695.47
8,776.04
5.01
20,738.54

600
0
300
1,000.00
600
0
2,500.00
61,650.00
4,500.00
116,250.00
5,000.00
3,000.00
3,600.00
199,000.00
3,150.00
1,000.00
0
4,150.00
0
15,000.00
12,000.00
0
27,000.00

281.52
0
111.78
1,539.53
485.78
0
1,662.31
47,047.82
3,171.23
134,425.98
620.87
7,172.94
2,682.62
199,202 .38
3,062.50
883.1
0
3,945.60
94.53
6,057.53
5,986.59
0
12,138.65

600
0
300
1,000.00
600
0
2,500.00
62,650.00
4,500.00
140,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
3,600.00
225,750.00
3,150.00
1,000.00
0
4,150.00
150
12,000.00
10,000.00
0
22,150.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

174,618.23

212,947.17

237,340.20

230,150.00

215,286.63

252,050.00

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WU
COMBINED
EXPENSES
710.663.5302
710.663.5309
710.663.5311
710.663.5312
710.663.5313
710.663.5315
710.663.5316
710.663.5321
710.663.5322
710.663.5323
710.663.5324
710.663.5335
710.663.5338
710.663.5339
710.663.5351
710.663.5352
710.663.5359
710.663.5361
710.663.5363
710.663.5364
710.663.5365
710.663.5367
710.663.5369
710.663.5373
710.663.S381
710.663.S383
710.663.S384
710.663.S389
710.663.S395
710.663.S398
710.663.S399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEH ICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

710.663.S512

710.663.S601
710.663.S621
710.663.S62S
710.663.S631
710.663.S632
710.663.S633
710.663.5634
710.663.S635
710.663.S637
710.663.S639
710.663.S651

COMBINED
EXPENSES

W~

CURRENT
BUDGET

WH

W~

CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

4,734.00

S,S8S.99

5,500.00

1,480.32

21.51
21.S1
2,759.30
3,684.02

4,734.00
2,807.46
2,476.1S

S,S8S.99
2,676.14
2,647.23

5,500.00
S,OOO.OO
3,600.00

1,480.32
2, 668.14
2,697.08

1,000.00
5,000.00
3,600.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

6,443.32
534.91
1,372.50
71
541
2,519.41

5,283.61
443.88
S7.9

291
792. 78

2,000.00
100
800
4,400.00

S,36S.22
605.16
3,098.00
97.S
411
4,211.66

5,U5.00
0

S,942.82
34,568.39
40,S11.21

7,000.00
24,4S4.51
31,4S4.51

4,43S.73
23,223.98
27,6S9.71

9,000.00
50,000.00
S9,000.00

8,036.13
61,855.31
69,891.44

13,SOO.OO
50,000.00
63,SOO.OO

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

2S,550.24
2S,550.24
169,810.11
588.13
2,536.50

22,860.82
22,860.82
167,340.29
10.8
14,91S.42

8,804.32
8,804.32
160,S96.92
814.29
18,274.35

22,000.00
22,000.00
128,500.00
1,500.00
22,300.00

18,471.29
18,471.29
103,S80.33
1,457.89
U,S93.48

21,000.00
21,000.00
11S,S7S.OO
1,SOO.OO
20,000.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

10,828.98

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

172,934.74

182,266.S1

137,07S.OO
10,000.00
10,000.00
200

0
0
0
0
0

100

0
0

421.22

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

152,300.00
17,000.00
17,000.00
200

117,631.70

0
0

190,S14.S4
1S,82S.86
15,82S.86
249.78

190.87
190.87

920.84
1,170.62

100
100

146.1
636.91

SOD

436.33

200

248,617.34

247,S83.10

2S7,S00.44

269,300.00

217,487.96

246,SOO.OO

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

REFUND-PRIOR YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE

0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

LAND PURCHASE
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENT
WATER LINES
UTILITY OVERSIZING EXPENSE
OTHER CONSTRUCTION IMPROV
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
METERS
HYDRANTS
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

24,466.7S

16,210.71
6,378.00
22,S88.71

1,400,600.0S

1,200,000.00
1S,OOO.OO
1,21S,OOO.OO

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

23,399.2S
13,856.76
9,319.40
49S.74

36,330.20

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS

18.65

0
0
472.16

0
24,466.75

0
4S,712.81

0
0
7,3SS.79
1,69S.S3

GENERAL FIXED ASSETS


INFRASTRUCTURE

0
0

1,392.SO
48,463.6S
228,SS2.00
228,S52.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

79,230.88

TOTAL WATER DISTRIBUTION


TOTAL WATER FUND

0
1,400,600.0S

89,619.8S
8,703.04
909.9
4,932.2S
140,49S.24
76,346.41

8,600.00
1,500.00

1,000.00

5,323.37
218.7
1,898.33
71
428
2,616.03

TOTAL SERVICES
710.663.SS01

WM

W13
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
12,SOO.OO
9,SOO.OO
89,250.00
10S,600.00

0
0

0
0
10.11

12,436.73
29,084.77
77,433.57
89,631.20
800

8,600.00
1,500.00
2,500.00
125
1,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

760,000.00
1S,OOO.OO
77S,OOO.OO

0
177,000.00
1S,980.00
89,2SO.OO
10,000.00

76,346.41

216,8SO.OO
1,880,500.00
1,880,500.00

209,386.27
133,437.45
133,437.45

8,200.00
300,430.00
3,59S,OOO.OO
3,595,000.00

299,604.36

1,617,441.70

3,312,350.00

342,823.72

4,670,430.00

923,273.71

1,146,839.S1

2,545,123.44

4,279,397.00

1,182,932.53

S,S77,822.00

4,334, 77S. 79

4,883,717.37

6,S52,58S.08

8,390, 798.00

4,834,218.14

9,466,004.00

S4,764.13

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SEWER FUND (Fund 711)


The City operates and maintains its own sewer (sanitary or wastewater) collection and treatment system.
The sanitary sewer system consists of the Troy Wastewater Treatment Plant, which can treat up to 7.0
million gallons of sewage per day (MGD). The Plant treats sewage using a process of aerobic
microorganisms and ultraviolet light, whereby solids are separated out of the water, which is then cleaned
by microscopic living organisms and disinfected by passing through ultraviolet light. The Plant treats an
average of 5.5 MGD from its customers. Wastewater is collected and conveyed to the Plant through
approximately 126 miles of sewer mains from our approximately 10,775 residential and business
customers. Over the last 15 years, the City has systematically invested in upgrades to its wastewater plant
and collection system, to meet future expected demands and to comply with EPA regulations. Those
upgrades have been financed through slight adjustments in monthly rates. The City has systematically
invested in upgrades to the sewer system to meet demands and comply with EPA requirements. A new
sewer rate plan was approved by Council in 2013 that provides for the following rate adjustments:
2014
Sewer: 6%

2015
4%

2016
2%

2017
2%

The 2014 Sewer Fund budget included funds for a Sewer Collection System Master Plan update to help
determine and prioritize needed capital improvements to the collection system and the funding mechanism
to fund the improvements. From that study, a bond issue was authorized in 2014 to fund sewer line regrouting and relining projects. The debt service from the bonds will be paid back over 30 years.
The Sewer Fund is one of the City's Enterprise Funds where revenues must be spent only on the City's
wastewater collection and treatment related expenses. In addition to customers in the Troy city limits, the
City treats wastewater from the adjacent areas of Miami County. The beginning 2016 unencumbered
Sewer Fund balance is $4,541,715.

Revenues
Sewer revenues consist of monthly charges to customers, based on the number of cubic feet of
water consumed in a particular month (see the Revenues section of the Water Fund discussion).
Sewage treated on behalf of Miami County customers is billed through an agreement between the
City and Miami County. There are also charges for tap-in fees and delinquent payments.
Expenditures
Expenditures include the staffing, maintenance and capital improvement costs to operate and
improve the treatment plant and distribution system. Included are the personnel costs to administer
the fund, maintain the plant and system, and to collect the revenues.
2016 Projected Revenues, Sewer Fund
2016 Projected Expenditures, Sewer Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$5,549,000
$6.326,424
($ 777,426)

$ 1,345,093
$ 2,861 '126
$ 2.120.205

$ 6,326,424

21.3%
45.2%
33.5%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

SANITARY SEWER FUND


711.000.4213

711.000.4335
711.000.4336

711.000.4418
711.000.4419
711.000.4441
711.000.4442
711.000.4443
711.000.4444
711.000.4445
711.000.4446
711.000.4447

711.000.4601
711.000.4612
711.000.4613
711.000.4616
711.000.4649

711.000.4711
711.000.4712
711.000.4815
711.000.4816
711.000.4921
711.000.4922
711.000.4924
711.000.4925
711.000.4928
711.000.4937
711.000.4990

MISCELLANEOUS FEES
LICENSES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL LICENSES AND PERMITS

STATE GRANTS
LOAN PROCEEDS
INTERGOVERNMENTAL - STATE

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL

MISCELLANEOUS
INSPECTIONS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICE
SEWER CHARGES
SEWER-PENALTY
SEWER TAP CHARGES
DELINQUENT SEWER
MIPP-INDUST USE DISCHRG PERMIT
ANALYTIC SERVICES
ELECTRONICS/INSTRUMENTATION
WASTEWATER CHARGES

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3,545,547.35
45,918.78
83,630.00
921.9
7,164.80

3,971,797.33
48,S90.32
59,200.00
1,423.28
3,893.40

4,133,014.69
47,581.74
80,400.00
654.71
75

4,199, 720.00
47,995.00
96,430.00
1,045.00
905

4,199,759.96
48,040.57
96,830.00
1,047.33
905.87

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

3,683,182.83

4,084,904.33

4,261, 726.14

4,346,095.00

4,346,583.73

4,204,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

3,683,182.83

4,084,904.33

4,261, 726.14

4,346,095.00

4,346,583. 73

4,204,000.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
RENTS/LEASES
SALE OF ASSETS
JURY FEES
OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

53,535.91
53,535.91

27,498.57
27,498.57

39,937.92
39,937.92

38,220.00
38,220.00

39,077.02
39,077.02

45,000.00
45,000.00

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

3,684.85
3,684.85

1,682.31
1,682.31

240
240
7,721.58
7,721.58

0
0
0
11,665.00
11,665.00

11,665.81
11,665.81

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

57,220.76

29,180.88

47,899.50

49,885.00

50,742.83

45,000.00

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

2,801, 753.30

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

1,300,000.00

105
12,765.00

105
12,768.46

0
0

0
0

600
13,470.00

601.85
13,475.31

0
0
0
0

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PREMIUM ON SALE OF BONDS/NOTES
ACCRUED INT. BONDS/NOTES SOLD
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE CLOTHING ALLOWANCE
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
1M PREST PETTY CASH RETURNED
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL SANITARY SEWER FUND

0
0
0
299.55
295

0
0

18,123.74

2,801,753.30
160.83
17,104.61

0
0
0

0
0
0

18,123.74

17,265.44

0
4,205.00
4,799.55

0
4,100,000.00
43,000.00
60,000.00
1,000.00

0
0
0
1,300,000.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

4,205.00
4,205.00

719
719

0
0
0
0

4,799.55

22,328.74

2,819, 737.74

13,470.00

13,475.31

1,300,000.00

3,745,203.14

4,136,413.95

7,129,363.38

4,409,450.00

4,410,801.87

5,549,000.00

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0
0

Sewer Adm.
711.670
5101
Following are portions:
26,892
22,625
22,500
40,626
23,619
13,229
34,644
184,135
6,250
1,656
192,041
500
192,541
13,945
206,486

SALARIES
Match to these salary portions in Water Adm .
Asst DPS&S (25%) (50% 101 .113, 25% Water Adm.)
City Engineer (25%) *
Assistant City Engineer (25%) *
2 clerks (50%) (half Water Adm.)
MIS Director (25%) **
GIS Technician (50%) (half Water Adm .)
MIS Technician (25%) **
Co-op (moved from Eng.) (50%)
Health Ins. Opt Out (50%)

100%
107,568
90,500
90,000
81,252
94,476
52,916
68,288
12,500
3,444

OT

1,000

Ret. Half

27890

City Engineer & Assistant City Engineer funded 50% Engineering (1 01.1 08)
and 25% each Water and Sewer Adm .
MIS Dir & Tech funded 25% each MIS (1 01.1 18), Water Adm,
Sewer Adm., Storm Water
5207
700
15,000
1,500
8,800
350
26,350

COMPUTER SUPPLIES
Misc. supplies as needed
Census
ERSI
City Works
CAD

5331

ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS


20,000 If needed
20,000 N Market 2 design share (share 441 , 709 Storm Water, 720.660 Water Adm)
75,000 Regionalization Study Assessment Phase II , if warranted (1/2 cost- half in Water Adm .)
115,000

5379

INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING


150,000 General Fund Offset

5382

SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES


15,000 TDC

5522

REMITTANCE/REVENUE COLLECTED
20,000 Protection Agreement Reimbursements to other parties

2015 Budget
1,623,836

2016 Budget % Difference


1 ,549,408 -4.80%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SANITARY SEWER FUND


SEWER ADMINISTRATION
OFFICIAL - JILLIAN RHOADES
711.670.5101 FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS
711.670.5102 OVERTIME W/ PERS
711.670.5104 EDUCATIONAL INCENTICE EXEMPT FROM FLSA
SALARIES AND WAGES WITH PERS
711.670.5143 TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
711.670.5144 TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
711.670.5149 OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
711.670.5151 CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
711.670.5161 LIFE INSURANCE
711.670.5162 HEALTH INSURANCE
711.670.5163 CITY'S CONTRIBUTION TO HSA
711.670.5164 WORKERS' COMPENSATION
711.670.5166 MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

162,274.16
233.1
0
162,507.26
0
0
0
0
22,713.19
22,713.19
210
21,486.04
0
4,691.68
2,265.28
28,653.00

172,695.22
1,094.72
250
174,039.94
0
0
0
0
25,455.30
25,455.30
220.5
23,982.15
0
4,078.52
2,422.89
30,704.06

183,316.68
2,161.58
250
185,728.26
0
0
0
0
23,595.76
23,595.76
183.66
26,736.21
1,250.00
4,861.09
2,588.96
35,619.92

192,417.00
500
250
193,167.00
9,915.00
987
0
10,902.00
27,050.00
27,050.00
195
30,675.00
1,250.00
6,935.00
2,965.00
42,020.00

189,613.69
2,733.95
250
192,597.64
9,780.06
549.01
0
10,329.07
26,033.16
26,033.16
187.08
27,111.68
3,512.50
5,741.88
2,827.21
39,380.35

192,041.00
500
250
192,791.00
10,430.00
3,515.00
0
13,945.00
26,960.00
26,960.00
195
27,220.00
4,150.00
6,510.00
2,995.00
41,070.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

213,873.45

230,199.30

244,943.94

273,139.00

268,340.22

274,766.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

0
0
0
13,375.38
0
0
0
13,375.38
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
11,905.25
0
0
0
11,905.25
0
0
0
389.25
0
79.06
0
468.31

0
0
0
12,226.00
0
0
0
12,226.00
0
0
0
0
0
84.52
0
84.52

0
0
0
31,300.00
0
0
0
31,300.00
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
100

0
0
0
6,628.31
0
0
0
6,628.31
0
0
0
0
0
98.02
0
98.02

0
0
0
26,350.00
0
0
0
26,350.00
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
100

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

13,375.38

12,373.56

12,310.52

31,400.00

6,726.33

26,450.00

711.670.5201
711.670.5202
711.670.5203
711.670.5207
711.670.5209
711.670.5231
711.670.5239
711.670.5241
711.670.5243
711.670.5251
711.670.5253
711.670.5254
711.670.5255

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
711.670.5302
711.670.5309
711.670.5316
711.670.5321
711.670.5322
711.670.5323
711.670.5324
711.670.5331
711.670.5332
711.670.5333
711.670.5334
711.670.5335
711.670.5338
711.670.5339
711.670.53S1
711.670.5352
711.670.5359
711.670.5361
711.670.5363
711.670.5364
711.670.5367
711.670.5369
711.670.5373
711.670.5374
711.670.5379
711.670.5381
711.670.5382
711.670.5383
711.670.5384
711.670.5386
711.670.5387
711.670.5389
711.670.5395
711.670.5398
711.670.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
ATIORNEYS
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
EDP CONSULTANTS
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAl NT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & PARTS VEHICLES
LICENSES & PERMITS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
SUPPORT OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
PHOTOGRAPHY
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

711.670.5411
711.670.5413
711.670.5415
711.670.5421
711.670.5423
711.670.5425

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
PRINCIPAL PYMT-BONDS
PRINCIPAL PYMT-OWDA LOAN
DEBT SERVICE- PRINCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
INTEREST PYMT-BONDS
INTEREST PYMT-OWDA LOAN
DEBT SERVICE- INTEREST PYMTS
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

711.670.5501
711.670.5511
711.670.5522
711.670.5524
711.670.5527

711.670.5612
711.670.5631
711.670.5632
711.670.5633
711.670.5637
711.670.5639

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1,532.79
1,532.79

1,620.76
1,620.76

0
0
0
0
0

1,536.27
1,536.27
17.5

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

0
0

0
0

2,257.50

2,500.00

0
0

0
0

3,750.00
123,750.00

29,310.93
99,894.40

400
117,900.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

2,981.67
2,981.67

5,000.00
5,000.00

11,315.02
11,315.02

5,000.00
5,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
150,000.00
150,100.00

17.5
13,268.10

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

269.48
187,269.48

312.89
116,469.13

347.09
13,615.19

0
0
3,802.16
3,802.16
2.75

42.5
187,000.00

0
11,006.78
11,006.78

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

2.75

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

65.7
150,000.00
150,065.70

90.44
150,000.00
150,090.44

41.88
150,000.00
150,041.88

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

128.5
68,325.97

116,156.24

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET
500
500
1,000.00
1,800.00
1,800.00
400
400
50
200
1,050.00
115,000.00

500
500
1,800.00
1,800.00
400
400
50
200
1,050.00
120,000.00

42.5

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

1,880.69
1,880.69

0
128.5

0
0

0
0

24,835.00

0
0
0
58.79
150,000.00
150,058.79

0
0
0
24,835.00
4,000.00
400
150,000.00
154,400.00

15,000.00
32

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,000.00
100

15,000.00

15,000.00
50

6
0
0
0

2,412.49

2,843.79

3,725.00

3,000.00

4,735.86

5,000.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
100

100

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

6
0
0
0

42

0
0
0

17,477.12

15.5
17,865.29

0
0
0

18,773.00

18,200.00

19,741.86

20,150.00

367,394.37

289,850.53

186,965.51

300,400.00

283,019.26

326,135.00

32.63

0
0

660,174.47

677,612.17
13,586.43
691,198.60

830,124.63
20,379.58
850,504.21

780,723.00
20,711.00
801,434.00

780,722.83
21,047.31
801,770.14

705,668.00
21,389.00
727,057.00

0
660,174.47

136,348.53
136,348.53

127,152.80
12,277.03
139,429.83

137,089.65
12,939.90
150,029.55

175,154.00
12,609.00
187,763.00

175,153.02
12,272.17
187,425.19

163,070.00
11,930.00
175,000.00

796,523.00

830,628.43

1,000,533. 76

989,197.00

989,195.33

902,057.00

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

3,600.00

20,000.00

0
0

894.17

0
0

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
REMITIANCE/ REVENUE COLLECTED
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

10,816.24
20,416.24

0
0

10,816.26

3,600.00

20,000.00

894.17

20,000.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

20,416.24

10,877.20

3,600.00

20,000.00

894.17

20,000.00

STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS


BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

5,936.61
5,426.47
11,363.08

1,789.47

4,500.00
5,200.00

3,256.75
2,594.86

1,789.47

9,700.00

5,851.61

0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

11,363.08

1,789.47

9,700.00

5,851.61

1,411,582.44

1,385,292.10

1,450,143.20

1,623,836.00

1,554,026.92

1,549,408.00

TOTAL SEWER ADMINISTRATION

9,600.00

60.94
60.94
10,800.00
16.26

0
0
0

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0
0

0
0

0
0

20,000.00

Sewer Billing/Collection
711.671
5101
18,842
12,648
23,239
21,094

SALARIES
Fiscal Manager
Account Supv.
1 Account Analyst
1 Account Rep A

1/2 of 50%
1/2 of 50%

37,684
25,296
46,478
42,188

100%

75,823
6,000 OT
81,823

151 ,646
12,000
163,646

Sal & Benefits of Fiscal Manager & Account Supv.


split 50% Income Tax-204 fund, 25% Water B&C 710.661 ,
and 25% Sewer B&C 711 .671 .
Salaries and benefits for all other positions split 50/50
between Water B&C 710.661 and Sewer B&C 711.671
5338

PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS


(1/2 in Sewer B&C)
16,200 1 Temp 32 hrs. week
19,400 1 Temp 40 hrs. week
(1/2 in Sewer B&C)
35,600

5339

MISC. SERVICES
38,000 Outsourcing bill print
2,000 Lockboxing fees
40,000

5363
3,100
2,020
980
900
7,000

MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


CMI Software Support
CMI Hardware maintenance/support
Lowry printer maintenance agreement (Burster)
Hosted Utility Connect/payments

5399

OTHER EXPENSES
5,000 Possible Health Clinic Set up (1/5 also in 101 .101 , HR 101 .113, Tax 204,
Water B&C 710.661)

5637

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
7,525 Digital Remittance System (half in Sewer B&C 711.671)
(Maint. Fee will be $1,200 year)

2015 Budget
221,668

2016 Budget % Difference


219,692 -0.90%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SEWER BILLING/COLLECTION
OFFICIAL- RONNI SHOWALTER
711.671.5101
711.671.5102
711.671.5143
711.671.5144
711.671.5149
711.671.5151
711.671.5161
711.671.5162
711.671.5163
711.671.5 164
711.671.5 166

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

711.671.5201
711.671.5202
711.671.5203
711.671.5207
711.671.5231
711.671.5239

711.671.5302
711.671.5309
711.671.5316
711.671.5321
711.671.5322
711.671.5323
711.671.5336
711.671.5338
711.671.5339
711.671.5341
711.671.5352
711.671.5361
711.671.5363
711.671.5381
711.671.5384
711.671.5389
711.671.5395
711.671.5399

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

711.671.5542

711.671.5631
711.671.5633
711.671.5637
711.671.5639

0
0
0
0
9,187.51
9,187.51
124.25
10,188.52

66,552.32
627.92
67,180.24
3,019.51
299.12

0
3,318.63
10,100.77
10,100.77
119
10,467.62

74,078.42
7,403.94
81,482.36

75,278.00
6,000.00
81,278.00

73,430.50
4,356.17
77,786.67

75,823.00
6,000.00
81,823.00

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

11,380.00
11,380.00
110
16,000.00
2,770.00
1,190.00
20,070.00

10,801.84
10,801.84
103.56
13,262.63
500
2,565.56
1,045.33
17,477.08

11,460.00
11,460.00
115
13,500.00
500
2,580.00
1,190.00
17,885.00

2,286.21
915.3 1
13,514.29

1,682.43
963.09
13,232.14

10,473.89
10,473.89
101.69
12,941.50
250
1,819.04
1,098.69
16,210.92

89,603.06

93,831.78

108,167.17

112,728.00

106,065.59

111,168.00

726.42
79.34

2,081.97
787.91

2,187.71
938.8

2,200.00
1,425.00

1,901.41
243.84

2,200.00
1,250.00

1,834.40

962.12

1,312.77

1,500.00

1,500.00

0
0

697.39
129.37

2,640.16

7.5
3,839.50

108.98
4,548.26

5,125.00

2,972.01

300
5,250.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

2,640.16

3,839.50

4,548.26

5,125.00

2,972.01

5,250.00

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
COURT COSTS
COURT CONSTS & FEES
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE
MAINT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
POSTAGE
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

1,573.00
25.1
1,598.10

945.25

1,004.91
22.5
1,027.41

2,100.00
2,100.00

741.07
80.9
821.97

2,000.00
24
2,024.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

58.77
51.25
40.39
150.41

100
100
115
315

70.02
207
40.39
317.41

100
100
75
275

0
0

0
945.25

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
140

140

25,317.62
39,491.20
64,808.82

25,900.48
34,714.45
60,614.93

25,109.42
33,692.06
58,801.48

34,500.00
40,000.00
74,500.00

28,259.57
35,698.91
63,958.48

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

424
424
550

423.33
423.33
500

317.5
317.5
1,000.00

8,000.00
8,000.00
2,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

35,600.00
40,000.00
75,600.00
350
350

0
40.41

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

590.41

500

1,000.00

2,000.00

1,046.00

5,000.00
6,500.00

67,421.33

62,623.51

61,296.80

86,915.00

66,143.86

91,749.00

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

286.07
286.07
100
100

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

4,000.00
4,000.00

4,000.00
4,000.00

0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

386.07

4,000.00

4,000.00

0
0

1,120.00

-499

0
0

0
0

0
0

497.78

3,047.55
371.25
2,919.80

12,900.00

946.23

7,525.00

12,900.00

946.23

7,525.00

TOTAL SERVICES
711.671.5511

66,887.29
13.97
66,901.26

1,000.00
46

0
0
0

0
0
0
7,000.00
7,000.00
1,500.00

0
0
0

0
0

FURNITURE & FIXTURES


MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

497.78

26.68
194.16
1,340.84

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

497.78

1,340.84

2,919.80

12,900.00

946.23

7,525.00

160,548.40

161,635.63

176,932.03

221,668.00

176,127.69

219,692.00

TOTAL SEWER BILL & COLL

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Sewer Treatment Plant


711.672
5101
79,377
70,931
64,741
129,409
167,508
511 ,966
13,000
524,966
64,400
589,366
5339
13,250
13,250
12,500
7,000
2,160
48,160
5361
15,000
14,000
11,000
10,000
5,000
10,000
2,000
5,000
12,500
10,500
95,000
5363

5399

5632

Retirement

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
MIPP Testing from IU's (reimbursed by industries)
Outside lab analysis for NPDES permit
SCADA system support services
Local Limit Technical Justification Analysis
Misc. ($500 rodent control, annual ADT, Misc.)
(approx. $11 ,500 revenue offset)
MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
Misc. concrete repairs and caulking
Paint interior lining of chemical tanks
Aeration Tank/Primary Clarifier hand rail prep and painting
Relocate SCADA equipment from Nottingham to Traders (Dye Mill Rd .)
Repair erosion at outfall sewer headwall
Misc. maintenance needs
Routine plumbing and electrical needs
Caulk, paint, seal 1500 kva generator
Annual Service Agreements (HVAC,2 generators)
Calibration services, hoist & crane inspections

OTHER EXP FOR OPERATION


645,000 Includes annual sludge management agreement
VEHICLES
35,000 Replace 2002 Dodge pickup/plow w/new pickup & plow (Replace SP1 0)

1,300,000
5,000
64,000
6,250
5,000
11,000
1,391,250

2015 Budget
2,433,170

OT

MAINT OF MACHINERY/EO
28,000 Includes routine repair/replacement of pumps and motors

5633

5637

SALARIES
Superintendent
Assistant Superintendent
Operations Technician
Mechanics - 2
Operators- 3

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


Influent Pump Replacement, #1 through #4 (project to be bonded)
Heating unit replacement at Sludge Management Bldg.
Chain, Flight & Gear Replacement at Primary Clarifiers
Redundant Auto Dialer
Replace sludge handling building hoist
Process Water Pumps

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
17,000 Replace Server (needed for SCADA)

2016 Budget %Difference


3,554,636 31 .55%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SEWER TREATMENT PLANT


OFFICIAL - TIM SNIDER
711.672.5101
711.672.5102
711.672.5143
711.672.5144
711.672.5149
711.672.5151
711.672.5161
711.672.5162
711.672.5163
711.672.5164
711.672.5165
711.672.5166

711.672.5201

711.672 .5202
711.672.5203
711.672.5204
711.672.5205

711.672.5207
711.672.5209
711.672.5213
711.672.5231
711.672.5239
711.672.5241
711.672.5243
711.672.5244
711.672.5251
711.672.5253
711.672.5254
711.672.5255
711.672.5256

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PER$ PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

521,907.32
22,795.98
544,703.30
33,610.49
14,023.49
0
47,633.98
76,892.37
76,892.37
728
85,069.40
0
18,800.38
0
7,500.18
112,097.96

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

527,231.88
17,563.94

115,540.98

6,000.00
17,388.72
0
8,253.22
121,907.51

515,015.00
13,000.00
528,015.00
0
0
0
0
73,925.00
73,925.00
555
89,000.00
13,000.00
17,955.00
0
7,660.00
128,170.00

0
7,347.95
131,035.36

0
8,550.00
142,910.00

781,327.61

791,316.18

776,308.71

730,110.00

730,948.24

805,776.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIPMENT/TOOL
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
TRAINING SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
OTHER CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING$
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

1,904.12
0
0
0
5,544.18
0
0
6,186.59
37,633.22
20,739.75
72,007.86
6,183.34
1,862.24
0
8,045.58
1,415.19

1,754.72

1,513.36
0
0
0

1,800.00
0
0
6,500.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
0
6,500.00
48,000.00

2,052.52

1,800.00

0
0
5,995.00
3,865.70
478.86

0
0
0
6,000.00
1,000.00

0
7,305.51
48,953.85
21,544.68
90,196.12
5,600.00
945.12

0
6,500.00
48,000.00

0
6,545.12
158.84
2,737.46
3,750.56
541.56

0
7,600.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
5,000.00
1,500.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

544,795.82
32,182.82
17,180.56
0
49,363.38
81,616.00
81,616.00
735
90,999.72
0
16,119.65
0
7,686.61

0
0
0
29,703.26
486.61
0
6,081.66
48,777.81
17,433.02
104,237.08
6,825.00
1,395.82
0

529,651.86
14,237.10
543,888.96
31,702.09
8,431.26
0
40,133.35
70,378.89
70,378.89
563.75
89,701.82

6,006.99
0
506.85
6,617.31
49,314.38
19,S28.40
83,487.29

22,500.00

516,173.85
10,222.98
526,396.83
0
0
0
0
73,516.05
73,516.05
552
90,412.94
13,700.00
19,022.47

511,966.00
13,000.00
524,966.00
43,400.00
21,000.00
0
64,400.00
73,500.00
73,500.00
560
98,130.00
17,100.00
18,570.00

22,500.00

822.71

785.51
2,034.61
4,940.92
477.63

295.28

92,300.00
5,600.00
2,000.00
0
7,600.00
2,500.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
2,000.00

0
8,903.16

0
8,238.67

0
8,485.72

14,750.00

0
7,188.42

0
12,500.00

88,956.60

120,696.57

97,398.01

114,650.00

103,929.66

105,900.00

8,220.82

2,562.40
4,102 .86

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5,425.00
0
0
5,425.00
684.18
3,184.27
4,321.99

250

85,800.00
5,600.00
2,000.00

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
711.672.5302
711.672.5309
711.672.5311
711.672.5312
711.672.5313
711.672.5315
711.672.5316
711.672.5321
711.672.5322
711.672.5323
711.672.5324
711.672.5331
711.672.5335
711.672.5336
711.672.5338
711.672.5339
711.672.5351
711.672.5352
711.672.5359
711.672.5361
711.672.5363
711.672.5364
711.672.5365
711.672.5367
711.672.5369
711.672.5373
711.672.5381
711.672.5383
711.672.5384
711.672.5389
711.672.5390
711.672.5395
711.672.5398
711.672.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALlY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

711.672.5601
711.672.5602
711.672.5611
711.672.5612
711.672.5631
711.672.5632
711.672.5633
711.672.5637
711.672.5639

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

461.36
461.36
4,277.23
258,853.95
6,383.08
2,253.26

404
404
4,385.13
221,532.63
7,442.75
2,835.91

404
404
7,732.82
253,492.00
10,794.66
4,182.64

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

500
500
1,000.00
9,000.00
250,000.00
7,000.00
4,500.00

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

404
404
7,127.15
270,661.27
11,127.26
2,819.81

500
500
9,000.00
260,000.00
8,500.00
4,500.00

271,767.52

236,196.42

276,202.12
52.55
1,845.01

270,500.00

291,735.49
45
2,593.95

282,000.00

2,044.26

2,128.02
414

154.99
2,199.25

128
2,025.56

2,542.02

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

11,373.26
36,548.80
47,922.06

37,063.88
32,611.37
69,675.25

0
0

0
0

43,414.86
43,414.86
34,223.63
24,397.02
1,144.55
65.6
1,069.95
835.66
61,736.41
18,657.76
18,657.76
98.02

39,447.40
39,447.40
145,916.70
14,581.25
2,643.23

16,978.59
16,978.59
218,923.47
17,852.27
913.63

0
3,950.00
100
500
4,550.00
185,000.00

0
0
2,638.95
17,210.30

0
2,500.00
100
500
3,100.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

23,645.47
44,252.41
67,897.88

18,500.00
141,100.00
344,600.00

17,796.29
25,115.41
60,122.00

19,000.00
48,160.00
67,160.00

0
0

0
0

39,619.42
39,619.42
206,541.96
26,096.88
1,738.40
153.29
641.97

30,000.00
30,000.00
95,000.00
28,000.00
3,500.00
2,000.00

641.97

855.96

25,000.00
25,000.00
244,350.00
27,800.00
3,900.00
2,000.00
1,000.00

0
0

163,783.15
8,163.40
8,163.40
51.81

238,545.33
8,478.11
8,478.11
780.81

279,050.00
15,960.00
15,960.00
400

235,172.50
13,792.64
13,792.64
512.8

128,500.00
15,650.00
15,650.00
400

0
0

0
0

1,440.62
7,987.90

1,534.29
8,188.44

1,674.38
9,354.78

350
2,000.00
11,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

621,757.25
631,283.79

723,820.10
733,594.64

1,077,443.01

REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

2,074.34
8,425.17

350
2,050.00
11,000.00

0
0

0
0

726,370.49
738,180.46

1,000.00
690,000.00
704,750.00

694,892.33
705,904.64

645,000.00
658,800.00

1,253,806.28

1,348, 712.05

1,645,410.00

1,349,389.64

1,185,710.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

LAND PURCHASE
LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDINGS & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

27,614.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,372.52
40,625.61
41,998.13

2,290.52
764,999.66
794,904.18

19,216.24
17,980.00
67,459.34
104,655.58

10,000.00
4,500.00
40,500.00
55,000.00

16,860.47
8,826.50
40,727.82
66,414.79

35,000.00
1,391,250.00
17,000.00
14,000.00
1,457,250.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

52,323.13

794,904.18

104,655.58

55,000.00

66,414.79

1,457,250.00

2,000,050.35

2,960, 723.21

2,327,074.35

2,545,170.00

2,250,682.33

3,554,636.00

TOTAL SERVICES
711.672.5541

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

TOTAL SEWER PLANT

0
0
10,325.00
10,325.00

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Sewer Maintenance
711.673
5101

SALARIES
19,923 1/4 Utility Foreman (1/4 709, 1/2 Water)
21,012 1/3 Senior Serviceman (est. 08) (2/3 709)
37,391 1/3 of 2 Medium Equipment Operators (2/3 709)
24,967 1/3 of 2 Laborers (2/3 709)
103,293
300 Plus rating
103,593
3,500 OT
107,093
MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES

5361

50,000 Annual system repairs


31,000 Annual routine, if needed, includes root control
7,500 Lift Station parts/repairs
6,000 Share of annual Min. Facility maintenance
2,000 Share of repairs of curbs, etc. from repairs (also In Water Dlst. and Storm Water)
96,500
VEHICLES

5632

4,000 Share of Electrical Dlv. Replacement Pickup Truck ($20,000 101 .555 Electrical,
$4,000 each 709 Storm Water and 710.663 Water Dis!.)
117,000 1/3 cost of Jet Vac $351,000 (split with 709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dis!.)
43,500 1/3 cost $130,500 dump truck (709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dlst.)
12,500 Van for customer service rep (split 1/2 with 710.663 Water Dis!.)
177,000
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

5633

7,480 17% cost of $44,000 Case Skid Loader (split 50% 202 Street,
16% 709 Storm Water, 17% 710.663 Water Dlst.)
4,250 17% cost of $25,000 Planer/Asphalt Grinder (split 50% Street,
16% 709 Storm Water, 17% 710.663 Water Dist.)
4,250 17% cost of $25,000 Air Compressor (split 50% Street,
16%709 Storm Water, 17%710.663 Water Dist.)
15,980
METERS

5634

89,250 Half cost of meter replacement program (half for 711.673)


Includes meters & radio read transmitter devices
(Year 3 of 15 year program)
OTHER EQUIPMENT

5639

8,200 6" Trash pump, 1/3 cost of $24,600 (split 1/3 709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dist.)
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS

5651

240,000 Share of McKaig 3 project (part In 442, 709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dist.)
100,000 Est. extend sewer line- Huelskamp Farm
25,000 Sewer Line for Archer Park restroom
365,000

llCMS REQUESTED BUT NOT BUDGETED


5632

VEHICLES
49.000 1/2 cost of $98,000 camera truck, half In 709 Storm Water

5639

OTHER EQUIPMENT
5,500 Share of cost to replace $33,000 HVAC System at Mtn. Facility
(1/6 cost- split with 101.555 Electrical, 101 .635 Refuse, 202 Street,
709 Storm Water, 710.663 Water Dlst.)

2015 Budget
685,405

2016 Budget %Difference


1,002,688 31.64%

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

SEWER MAINTENANCE
OFFICIAL- JILLIAN RHOADES

711.673.5101
711.673.5102
711.673.5143
711.673.5144
711.673.5149
711.673.5151
711.673.5161
711.673.5162
711.673.5163
711.673.5164
711.673.5165
711.673.5166

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

87,516.52
2,484.11
90,000.63
7,821.08
2,465.39
0
10,286.47
12,703.13
12,703.13
141.12
20,405.27
0
3,429.46
0
1,388.88
25,364.73

100,741.65
3,024.04
103,765.69
0
0
0
0
15,513.21
15,513.21
159.6
23,295.50
0
2,562.01
0
1,431.22
27,448.33

106,963.79
4,783.49
111,747.28
0
0
0
0
14,495.53
14,495.53
128.79
23,556.63
990
2,800.06
0
1,549.62
29,025.10

103,465.00
3,500.00
106,965.00
0
0
0
0
14,975.00
14,975.00
150
27,260.00
2,000.00
3,640.00
0
1,555.00
34,605.00

108,241.25
. 3,340.37
111,581.62
0
0
0
0
15,412.40
15,412.40
129.26
23,884.39
2,000.00
3,336.03
0
1,508.97
30,858.65

103,593.00
3,500.00
107,093.00
0
0
0
0
14,995.00
14,995.00
140
24,990.00
1,735.00
3,375.00
0
1,055.00
31,295.00

138,354.96

146,727.23

155,267.91

156,545.00

157,852.67

153,383.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
NON-CAPITALIZED EQUIP/TOOLS
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
STREET MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
UTIL LINE MAINT SUPPLIES/PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & PARTS VEHICLES
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

214.38
0
223.6
0
0
230.38
804.26
5,972.80
1,032.30
10,572.54
728.29
19,778.55
1,580.25
591.19
2,171.44
7,541.49
8,827.07
4,483.46
161.58
21,013.60

212.94
0
97.86
0
29.34
211.42
1,219.48
5,379.96
1,691.86
12,156.78
1,210.68
22,210.32
868
751.88
1,619.88
3,506.52
11,150.98
2,183.44
289.34
17,130.28

141.44
0
97.2
0
749.34
127.89
1,178.85
8,939.07
2,024.50
4,130.82
2,127.88
19,516.99
1,330.00
1,315.68
2,645.68
6,423.72
8,262.52
2,532.64
38.62
17,257.50

500
0
300
0
2,500.00
700
2,500.00
12,800.00
1,500.00
8,000.00
1,500.00
30,300.00
1,350.00
600
1,950.00
0
10,000.00
5,000.00
200
15,200.00

277.61
0
117.45
1,476.35
64.14
830.39
1,662.32
5,975.53
2,451.46
9,274.45
2,098.23
24,227.93
1,228.50
1,070.60
2,299.10
3,056.51
4,234.07
1,619.67
505.17
9,415.42

500
0
300
1,000.00
2,500.00
700
2,500.00
12,150.00
2,500.00
10,000.00
2,500.00
34,650.00
1,350.00
800
2,150.00
3,000.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
0
14,000.00

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

42,963.59

40,960.48

39,420.17

47,450.00

35,942.45

50,800.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

711.673.5201
711.673.5202
711.673.5203
711.673.5204
711.673.5205
711.673.5207
711.673.5213
711.673.5215
711.673.5231
711.673.5234
711.673.5239
711.673.5241
711.673.5243
711.673.5251
711.673.5253
711.673.5254
711.673.5255

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2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES
711.673.5302
711.673.5309
711.673.5311
711.673.5312
711.673.5313
711.673.5316
711.673.5321
711.673.5322
711.673.5323
711.673.5324
711.673.5331
711.673.5336
711.673.5338
711.673.5339
711.673.5352
711.673.5359
711.673.5361
711.673.5363
711.673.5364
711.673.5365
711.673.5367
711.673.5369
711.673.5373
711.673.5381
711.673.5383
711.673.5384
711.673.5389
711.673.5395
711.673.5398
711.673.5399

RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
NATURAL GAS
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAl NT. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MANTENANCE & REPAIRS
LICENSES & PERMITS
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

711.673.5622
711.673.5625
711.673.5631
711.673.5632
711.673.5633
711.673.5634
711.673.5637
711.673.5639
711.673.5651

334.68
14.34
349.02
1,839.54
2,427.64

2014

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

4,733.00

4,724.99

5,500.00

1,905.26

4,733.00
1,871.64
1,264.76

4,724.99
1,868.94
1,739.19

5,500.00
5,000.00
3,500.00

1,905.26
2,668.16
2,697.07

1,000.00
5,000.00
3,600.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

4,267.18
379.04
2,211.68
47

3,136.40
316.9
588.34

8,600.00
1,200.00
3,000.00

125

2,637.72

76.66
981.9

8,500.00
1,000.00
3,000.00
100
300
4,400.00

5,365.23
782.58
933

114.88
1,830.46

400
4,725.00

0
0
0

0
0
0

3,608.13
1,597.51
2,074.17
47
266.66
3,985.34
9,420.51

0
0

0
0

0
0

156.98
156.98

263.59
263.59

2,000.00
400
2,400.00

1,340.44
898.51
2,238.95

2,500.00
1,100.00
3,600.00

301.39
9,721.90

1,000.00

5,072.66
5,072.66
31,202.87
165.42
16,314.44

3,802.16
3,802.16
76,716.86
1,921.68
18,732.98
42.16

1,636.49
1,636.49
85,313.82
2,556.16
31,170.72
76.93

4,000.00
4,000.00
108,000.00
1,500.00
65,760.00

6,000.00
6,000.00
96,500.00
1,800.00
20,000.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
0

6,318.74
6,318.74
26,884.57
2,131.20
11,779.29
359.82

47,682.73

97,413.68

119,117.63

0
0

0
0

0
0

553.08

202.42

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

175,260.00

41,154.88

118,300.00

0
0

0
0

663.74

600

283.6

600

0
0

100

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

87.68
640.76

149.19
351.61

60,807.05

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

TOTAL SERVICES
711.673.5501

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

SEWER LINES
UTILITY OVERSIZING EXPENSE
OTHER CONSTRUCTIONS IMPROV
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
METERS
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
GENERAL FIXED ASSETS
INFRASTRUCTURE

100

0
0
0

199.99

0
0
0

950.68
1,614.42

200
900

76.5
560.09

150
850

110,682.34

144,408.90

200,960.00

59,373.61

143,075.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

84,360.15

3,515.01

84,360.15

3,515.01

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

12,500.00
9,500.00
89,250.00

12,436.72
9,540.33
77,433.57
622.95

177,000.00
15,980.00
89,250.00

44,644.57

32,842.74
880
11,219.92
260
1,817.50
47,020.16

0
0
1,200.00

0
45,844.57

1,644.04

0
0

137,099.15
89,486.81
89,486.81

111,250.00
171,200.00
171,200.00

100,033.57
67,780.52
67,780.52

8,200.00
290,430.00
365,000.00
365,000.00
655,430.00

0
0

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

130,204.72

50,535.17

226,585.96

282,450.00

167,814.09

TOTAL SEWER MAINTENANCE

372,330.32

348,905.22

565,682.94

687,405.00

420,982.82

1,002,688.00

3,944,511.51

4,856,556.16

4,519,832.52

5,078,079.00

4,401,819. 76

6,326,424.00

TOTAL SEWER FUND

48,324.96
86,220.25
909.9

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PARKING METER FUND (Fund 712)


The first parking meters in Troy were placed on the Public Square in 1948. Over the decades, the number
of metered spaces has increased and included off-street parking lots. In recent years, meters on and in
the general vicinity of the Public Square have been removed and replaced with limited parking areas that
are policed. There are two lots that still have parking meters, and a parking kiosk was installed in the
South Cherry Street lot early in 2015. This is an Enterprise Fund, with the funds only permitted to be used
on parking operations.
Revenues
Revenues are collected from parking meters, parking tickets and fines. Due to the removal of
many parking meters, revenues have decreased to the point where they have been insufficient to
meet expenses. As a result, this fund has been receiving a transfer subsidy from the General Fund
for the past several years. A $25,000 transfer to the Parking Meter Fund is anticipated in 2016.
Expenditures
This fund provides for one employee

2016 Projected Revenues & Transfer, Parking Meter Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures, Parking Meter Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance
Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

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2016 City of Troy Budget

$45,300
$71.228
($ 26,028)

$ 64,018
$ 7,210
$
-0$ 71,228

89.9%
10.1%

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

PARKING METER FUND

712.000.4401
712.000.4418

712.000.4551

712.000.4601
712.000.4612
712.000.4649

712.000.4921
712.000.4922
712.000.4925
712.000.4937
712.000.4990

PARKING METER RECEIPTS


MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICES

12,974.24
0
12,974.24

12,556.26
0
12,556.26

9,656.90
0
9,656.90

25,385.00
0
25,385.00

26,096.58
0
26,096.58

20,000.00
0
20,000.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

12,974.24

12,556.26

9,656.90

25,385.00

26,096.58

20,000.00

PARKING FINES
PARKING FINES

5,100.00
5,100.00

3,800.00
3,800.00

3,175.00
3,175.00

14,225.00
14,225.00

14,345.00
14,345.00

0
0

TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

5,100.00

3,800.00

3,175.00

14,225.00

14,345.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
RENTS/LEASES
OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

230.68
230.68
0
0
1.03
1.03

134.48
134.48
0
0
0
0

336.94
336.94
0
0
6.02
6.02

320
320
0
0
1

332.72
332.72
0
0
1.88
1.88

300
300
0
0
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

231.71

134.48

342.96

321

334.6

300

0
0
0
0
0
0
30,000.00
30,000.00

0
597.71
0
597.71
0
0
30,000.00
30,000.00

0
372.59
0
372.59
0
0
25,000.00
25,000.00

0
0
0
0
10
10
25,000.00
25,000.00

0
0
0
0
10
10
25,000.00
25,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
25,000.00
25,000.00

30,597.71

25,372.59

25,010.00

25,010.00

25,000.00

47,088.45

38,547.45

64,941.00

65,786.18

45,300.00

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
REIMBURSEMENTS
PETTY CASH ADJ/IMPRST CASH RTN
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

30,000.00
===============

TOTAL PARKING METER FUND

48,305.95

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Parking Meter Fund


712.782
5101

2015 Budget
70,420

SALARIES
37,628 Parking Control Officer
795 Health Ins . Opt Out (based on 3 mo.)
38,423

2016 Budget % Difference


71,228 1.13%

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2D12
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2D13
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2D14
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2D1S
CURRENT
BUDGET

2D1S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2D16
EXPENSE
BUDGET

PARKING METER FUND


OFFICIAL - CHARLES W PHELPS
712.782.S1D1
712.782.S1D2
712.782.S143
712.782.S144
712.782.S149
712.782.S1S1
712 .782.S161
712.782.S162
712.782.S163
712.782.S164
712.782.S166

712.782.S2D2
712.782.52D3
712.782.52D5
712.782.52D7
712.782.5231
712.782.S239
712.782.S241
712.782.S2S1
712.782.5254

712. 782.S312
712.782.S321
712.782.S322
712.782.S324
712.782.S338
712.782.S339
712.782.5352
712.782.5359
712.782.5363
712.782.5364
712.782.5369
712.782.5374
712.782.S381
712.782.S383
712.782.S389
712.782.S39S
712.782 .S399

712.782.5SD1
712. 782.S511
712.782.SS24
712.782.5S27

712.782.S632
712.782.S633
712.782.S637
712.782.S639

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W/ PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURANCE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

3S,18D.4D
D
3S,18D.4D
D
D
D
D
4,917.88
4,917.88
84
D
D
9S9 .D9
S1D.19
1,SS3.28

19,3S7.76
D
19,3S7.76
0
D
D
D
3,089.10
3,D89.10
42

810.39
28D.71
1,133.10

58S.3

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

41,6S1.S6

23,S79.96

727.2
D
D
D
D
46.38
773.S8
68D.86
68D.86
D
D
D

446.73
D
D

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
D
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

37,627.DO

37,239.76
D
37,239.76
D
D

38,423.DD
D
38,423.DD
D
S45

585.3

S,300.00
S,3DD.OD
7D
18,S18.DD
D
1,280.DD
SSD
2D,418.DD

0
D
4,66D.D2
4,660.D2
69
2,927.21
D
D
S23.34
3,S19.SS

S4S
S,76D.DD
S,76D.OD
7D
14,72D.OD
2,6DO.OD
1,3DD.DO
60D
19,29D.DD

S8S.3

63,34S.DD

4S,419.33

64,018.DD

8DD
8DO
2SO
D
25D

67D
D
D
D
D
22S.7S
89S.7S
1,23S.3S
1,23S.3S

0
0
0

0
D
D
D
0
1D3.8
103.8
0
0
0
0
0

7DO

0
0
D

7DD
0
D
D
0
D
70D
8DO
8DD
2SD
0
2SD

1,454.44

979.73

103.8

1,7SD.DO

2,131.1D

1,75D.DD

ELECTRICITY
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAl NT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
S2S.43
D
S2S.43
D
D
0
3,988.98
0
0
0
3,988.98

D
D
D
0
0
0
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
D
D
D
D
0
113
4,D11.68
D
D
D
4,124.68

0
D
D
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D
D
D
12S
4,171.34
0
D
D
4,296.34

D
D
D
D
0
0
D
D
D
D
D
D
SOD
SOD
D
1,DDD.DD
D
D
12S
4,2DD.DD
D
0
0
4,32S.DD

D
D
D
0
D
D
D
0
0
0
D
D
2,85D.DD
D
0
2,8SD.DD
D
0
125
4,18D.84
0
0
0
4,30S.84

D
D
0
0
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
5DO
50D
0
1,DOO.OO
0
0
2SO
4,200.00
0
0
D
4,45D.OD

TOTAL SERVICES

4,S14.41

4,124.68

4,296.34

S,32S.DD

7,1SS.84

5,45D.DD

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER RUFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS

D
D
D
D
D
33.71
33.71

D
D
D
0
0.07
D
D.07

0
0
D
0
0
0
0

0
0
D
D
D
0
0

D
D
D
D
7.DS
D
7.DS

D
D
D
D

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

33.71

D.D7

7.05

10

VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

D
0
0
0

2S,OOD.OO

2S,DDD.DO

D
D
D
D
D

0
0
D
D
D

0
0
0

D
D
D
D
D

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

2S,DDD.DD

47,6S4.12

28,684.44

29,98S.44

7D,420.0D

S4,713.32

71,228.DD

REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-GASOLINE
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES

TOTAL PARKING METER FUND

0
0

0
0
0
446.73
S33
S33

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0
0
0

0
37,627.0D
D
0

0
0

0
0
D
D
D
7DD

10

0
10

MIAMI SHORES GOLF FUND (Fund 713)

The City owns and operates a public 18-hole golf course, designed by renowned golf course architect
Donald Ross. In 1996, the City completed the renovation of the back nine holes, at an approximate cost of
$500,000. The club house holds a full-service snack bar, including beer, as well as a banquet facility to
accommodate up to 128 people, and locker rooms. After a 2005 reorganization, a Director of Golf was
hired by the Board of Park Commissioners to supervise all golf course functions. There is a Golf Course
Advisory Board that provides recommendations to the Board of Park Commissioners on various golfrelated issues, but the Park Commission sets all fees. Miami Shores is open nearly all year round,
officially closing only for the months of January and February.
This is an Enterprise Fund where funds must only be used on golfing operations.
The mowing of "roughs" was outsourced in 2011. The Board of Park Commissioners has decided to
continue that mowing contract.
Revenues
Revenues are collected from golf fees, memberships, cart rentals, and the snack bar. In recent
years, due to the debt service for the renovation of the back nine holes and less rounds played,
revenues have not kept pace with expenditures. As a result, this fund has been receiving a
transfer subsidy from the General Fund. The transfer amount is $250,000.
Expenditures
Expenditures include the wages and benefits of five full-time employees and a number of seasonal
employees through a temporary agency. Funds are allocated for the maintenance of the course
and buildings, the maintenance of equipment, supplies for the snack bar, the annual replacement
of equipment associated with the snack bar, and the replacement of equipment as needed. The
2016 budget includes funds to replace a mower/tractor.

2016 Projected Revenues & Transfer, Miami Shores Fund


2016 Projected Expenditures, Miami Shores Golf Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

$ 889,280
$ 817.430
$ 71,850

Expenditure Breakdown
Personnel Services
(salaries and benefits)
Operating Expenses
Capital Expenditures-Improvements
Total

$ 306,130
$ 465,975
$ 45.425
$ 817,430

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2016 City of Troy Budget

37.5%
57.0%
5.5%

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2013

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

MIAMI SHORES FUND


713.000.4410
713.000.4418
713.000.4451
713.000.4452
713.000.4453
713.000.4454
713.000.44S6
713.000.44S7

713.000.4601
713.000.4612
713.000.464S
713.000.4649

VENDING COMMISSIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICE
CONCESSIONS
GREEN FEES
MEMBERSHIPS
CLUB STORAGE
GOLF CART RENTAL
SALES
LEISURE EVENT RECEIPTS

2,000.00
0
2,000.00
82,025.97
292,293.96
115,885.00
1,680.00
13S,963.08
39,89S.77
667,743.78

2,000.00
0
2,000.00
78,214.34
275,208.96
104,685.00
1,620.00
121,406.07
37,012.26
618,146.63

2,000.00
0
2,000.00
74,532.91
261,726.22
98,310.00
1,680.00
119,662.9S
34,121.62
S90,033.70

2,000.00
25
2,025.00
81,260.00
277,965.00
97,920.00
1,680.00
127,670.00
39,94S.OO
626,440.00

2,000.00
25
2,025.00
81,264.94
277,969.45
97,920.00
1,680.00
127,674.11
40,079.3S
626,587.8S

2,000.00
0
2,000.00
80,000.00
290,000.00
100,000.00
1,680.00
12S,OOO.OO
40,000.00
636,680.00

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

669,743.78

620,146.63

592,033.70

628,465.00

628,612.8S

638,680.00

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
RENTS/LEASES
OTHER REVENUES
DONATIONS-MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

944.11
944.11
10
10
0
648.77
648.77

490.43
490.43
0
0
0
0
0

501.74
501.74
10
10
0
7.7S
7.7S

840
840
0
0
0
4
4

866.S4
866.S4
0
0
0
4.72
4.72

600
600
0
0
0
0
0

1,602.88

490.43

S19.49

844

871.26

600

0
0
0
169.26
2S1.43
0
S04.3S
92S.04
16,728.S8
1,121.04
17,849.62
100,000.00
100,000.00

0
0
0
387.9
5,977.47
0
0
6,365.37
15,790.44
1,110.36
16,900.80
151,398.35
151,398.3S

0
0
0
0
11,468.29
917
0
12,38S.29
15,523.78
1,191.S3
16,71S.31
230,216.00
230,216.00

0
0
0
0
1,93S.OO
0
200
2,135.00
16,800.00
175
16,975.00
2SO,OOO.OO
2SO,OOO.OO

0
0
0
0
1,939.96
0
200.9
2,140.86
16,810.92
177.43
16,988.3S
2SO,OOO.OO
2SO,OOO.OO

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2SO,OOO.OO
2SO,OOO.OO

118,774.66

174,664.52

269,110.00

269,129.21

2SO,OOO.OO

790,121.32

795,301.58

898,419.00

898,613.32

889,280.00

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS
713 .000.4711
713.000.4712
713.000.4921
713.000.4922
713.000.492S
713.000.4928
713.000.4936
713.000.4937
713.000.4990

SALE OF BONDS
SALE OF NOTES
PROCEEDS/SALE OF BONDS & NOTES
MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSE PERSONNEL EXPENSE
DAMAGE CLAIM REIMBURSEMENT
REIMBURSEMENTS
STATE SALES TAX
PETrY CASH ADJ./1M PREST CASH RETURNED
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL MIAMI SHORES FUND

============== ==============

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259,316.60
==============

851,869.79

============== ============== ::::;;;;::::;;;;::;;;:::;:::::;;:::::

Miami Shores
713.445
5101
77,259
48,277
77,314
202,850
1,000
203,850

SALARIES
Director of Golf
Groundskeeper
2 laborers
OT *

5338

PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT


84,500 Use of temporary agencies for staffing
(Increase reflects reduction of one FT laborer, and filling w/Temp)

5339

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
43,400 Contract for mowing of rough
4,900 Routine
48,300

5361

MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES
35,000 Grass seed, new trees/landscaping, tree mtn , sand,
and building maintenance; contract aeration; building gutter repairs

5363

MAINTENANCE MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


18,750 Annual amount if needed
10,000 Additional amount based on estimated annual maintenance investment
needed for equipment
21 ,000 Batteries for 30 carts (120 batteries @ $150)
49,750

5633

MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT


Mower unit consisting of:
29,877 JD TerraineCut Front Mower Tractor (mow green banks 3xwk)
15,448 Lastec 100 EF Mower (trade in 2003 Toro)
45,325

5636

GOLF CARTS

REQUESTED, BUT NOT BUDGETED

5602

2015 Budget
864,710

LAND IMPROVEMENTS
200,000 Driving Range- multi-year payback and course revenue enhancement,
to be studied in 2016

2016 Budget% Difference


817,430 -5.78%

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2013

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

MIAMI SHORES FUND


OFFICIAL- KEN GREEN

713.445.5101
713.445.5102
713.445.5143
713.445.5144
713.445.5149
713.445.5151
713.445.5161
713.445.5162
713.445.5163
713.445.5164
713.445.5165
713.445.5166

713.445.5201
713.445.5202
713.445.5203
713.445.5205
713.445.5207
713.445.5210
713 .445.5211
713.445.5213
713.445.5231
713.445.5239
713.445.5241
713.445.5243
713.445.5251
713.445.5253
713.445.5254
713.445.5255
713.445.5269

FT/PT EMPLOYEES W / PERS


OVERTIME W/ PERS
SALARIES & WAGES WITH PERS
TERMINATION PAY-SICK LEAVE
TERMINATION PAY-VACATION
OTHER PERSONNEL SERVICES
OTHER COMPENSATION
CITY SHARE-PERS PENSIONS
CITY'S SHARE PENSION
LIFE INSURANCE
HEALTH INSURNACE
CITY'S CONTRIBUTION HSA
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
MEDICARE
INSURANCE & OTHER BENEFITS

237,079.48
5,434.64
242,514.12
24,370.58
3,598.61
0
27,969.19
33,876.25
33,876.25
406
61,183.83
0
7,930.78
0
3,489.94
73,010.55

252,737.38
2,604.26
255,341.64
0
0
0
0
38,046.08
38,046.08
420
67,471.23
0
7,302.61
0
3,444.53
78,638.37

260,418.35
1,582.13
262,000.48
0
0
0
0
33,896.54
33,896.54
338.75
65,819.11
2,000.00
7,182.72
0
3,533.76
78,874.34

238,460.00
1,000.00
239,460.00
0
0
0
0
33,525.00
33,525.00
345
84,650.00
2,000.00
8,145.00
0
3,475.00
98,615.00

230,838.18
1,196.36
232,034.54
0
0
0
0
32,783.98
32,783.98
293.25
57,865.27
4,000.00
8,182.67
0
3,121.32
73,462.51

202,850.00
1,000.00
203,850.00
0
0
0
0
28,550.00
28,550.00
280
58,860.00
5,200.00
6,430.00
0
2,960.00
73,730.00

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

377,370.11

372,026.09

374,771.36

371,600.00

338,281.03

306,130.00

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


REPRODUCTION/PRINTING/PHOTO
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CHEMICALS
COMPUTER SUPPLIES
FOOD
BEVERAGE\SUPPLIES
BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES
MACH & EQUIP SUPPLIES & PARTS
OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
SAFETY CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT
UNIFORMS & CLOTHING
LICENSED VEHICLE SUPPLY/PARTS
FUEL-DIESEL
FUEL-GASOLINE
NON-LICENSED MACH & EQUIP
SUPPLIES & PARTS VEHICLES
SUPPLIES FOR RESALE
PRODUCTS PURCHASED FOR RESALE

149.96
0
0
43,320.62
939.65
28,060.26
13,557.26
2,900.30
20,924.23
2,843.14
112,695.42
3,438.29
17.96
3,456.25
0
5,683.23
7,185.80
1,016.17
13,885.20
0
0

831.9
0
0
30,455.81
882.91
26,014.12
14,438.36
3,082.74
18,731.32
3,796.64
98,233.80
2,100.00
93.85
2,193.85
0
5,959.41
6,935.17
1,437.06
14,331.64
0
0

755.02
0
0
36,150.88
0
25,499.33
13,120.55
2,069.91
10,895.10
2,375.65
90,866.44
2,800.00
301.07
3,101.07
0
7,149.69
5,461.63
451.88
13,063.20
0
0

1,000.00
0
0
49,500.00
300
30,000.00
15,000.00
2,500.00
18,000.00
3,000.00
119,300.00
2,800.00
500
3,300.00
0
4,500.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
11,500.00
0
0

925.11
0
0
50,172.59
417.38
27,326.96
14,421.06
2,149.01
16,904.03
1,592.36
113,908.50
2,275.00
491.92
2,766.92
0
4,652.17
4,327.85
992.98
9,973.00
0
0

1,000.00
0
0
49,500.00
300
30,000.00
15,000.00
2,500.00
18,000.00
3,000.00
119,300.00
2,800.00
500
3,300.00
0
5,000.00
6,000.00
1,000.00
12,000.00
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

130,036.87

114,759.29

107,030.71

134,100.00

126,648.42

134,600.00

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COMBINED
EXPENSES
713.44S.5301
713.44S.S302
713.44S.S309
713.44S.5312
713.445.5313
713.445.5315
713.445.5316
713.445.5321
713.445.5322
713.445.5323
713.445.5324
713.445.5331
713.445.5333
713.445.533S
713.44S.S336
713.44S.5338
713.44S.S339
713.44S.S351
713.445.5352
713.445.5359
713.445.5361
713.445.5363
713.445.5364
713.445.S36S
713.44S.S369
713.44S.S374
713.445.S381
713.44S.S383
713.44S.S384
713.44S.S386
713.44S.5389
713.445.5390
713.445.5395
713.445.5398
713.445.5399

RENT/LEASE OF GOLF CARTS


RENT/LEASE OF EQUIP/MACH
RENT/LEASE-OTHER
RENTS/LEASES
ELECTRICITY
WATER/SEWER
FUEL OIL-HEATING
TELEPHONE
UTILITIES
TRAVEL, LODGING, MEALS
TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
SUBSCRIPTION/PUBLICATION
MEMBERSHIPS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
ACCOUNTING/AUDITING
EDP CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES
PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
LIABILITY INSURANCE
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINT. MACH/EQUIP
MAINT. LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINT. NON-LICENSED VEHICLES
MAINTENANCE-OTHER
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
AUDITOR/TREAS. FEES
INTER/INTRA GOV'T BILLING
POSTAGE
TAXES & ASSESSMENTS
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT
ADVERTISING
OTHER COMMUNICATION EXPENSE
TRANSFER STATION/DISPOSAL FEES
CONTINGENCY
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
OTHER SERVICES

713.445.5421

713.445.5511
713.445.5524
713.445.5525
713.445.5527
713.445.S542

713.445.5602
713.445.5611
713.445.5612
713.445.5631
713.445.5632
713.445.5633
713.445.5636
713.445.S637
713.445.5639

2014

1,872.82
178.06
675
2,725.88
18,751.71
1,432.44

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2,172.09
36,096.85
378.38
83

2,276.99
22,461.14

450
79.18
720
1,249.18
22,410.04
1,S18.36
2,365.57
2,120.44
28,414.41

199

200

82

1,21S.OO
344.B8
710.8S
2,270.73
31,773.88
2,150.88

1,000.00
800

472

sso

800
1,272.00
24,249.75
1,672.SO
2,688.00
2,553.08
31,163.33

2,350.00
20,000.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
2,000.00
27,500.00

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

1,000.00
800
550
2,350.00
20,000.00
3,000.00
2,500.00
2,000.00
27,500.00

0
0

0
0
0

882.5
1,343.88

1,236.00
1,435.00

1,227.00
1,227.00

1,2SO.OO
1,450.00

1,391.00
1,473.00

1,250.00
1,250.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

1,100.00

1,100.00

1,100.00

1,200.00

72,355.20
53,940.04
127,395.24

61,383.78
54,938.54
117,422.32

63,007.90
56,880.16
120,988.06

94,500.00
48,300.00
144,000.00

1,100.00
146.04
82,850.65
54,291.50
138,388.19

1,200.00
150
84,500.00
48,300.00
134,150.00

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

5,072.66
5,072.66
26,618.66
25,671.50
25,325.65
2,413.07
80,028.88

3,802.16
3,802.16
27,453.27
29,788.12
1,323.00
8,473.65
1,904.36
68,942.40

1,636.49
1,636.49
48,496.27
36,980.21
8,960.68
9,083.81
2,381.20
105,902.17

4,100.00
4,100.00
50,000.00
36,750.00
2,200.00
10,000.00
SOD
99,450.00

3,818.74
3,818.74
41,722.34
35,673.45
6,910.10
14,098.38
1,036.69
99,440.96

4,100.00
4,100.00
35,000.00
49,750.00
6,500.00
10,000.00
500
101,750.00

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

so

50

0
0

0
0

0
0

388.59
1,240.64

402.4
1,935.73

129
1,631.88

soo
1,500.00

202.95
1,631.88

500
1,500.00

0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

957.42
1,201.03
3,787.68

1,048.50
3,386.63

945.18
802.5
3,508.56

1,000.00
1,200.00
4,250.00

935.02
813.74
3,583.59

1,000.00
1,200.00
4,250.00

255,995.92

220,175.53

262,925.87

283,100.00

279,139.81

275,350.00

PRINCIPAL PYMT-NOTES
DEBT SERVICE- PRINCIPAL PYMTS
INTEREST PYMT-NOTES
DEBT SERVICE- INTEREST PYMTS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
ACCRUED INTEREST
REMITTTANCE OF STATE SALES TAX
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS
PETTY CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

40,357.53
40,357.53

38,780.27
38,780.27
0.04
15,938.15

34,227.33
34,227.33

38,000.00
38,000.00
10
17,000.00

37,417.80
37,417.80
24.07
14,903.28

38,000.00
38,000.00
25
17,000.00

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

57,857.68

TOTAL SERVICES
713.44S.S411

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

LAND IMPROVEMENTS
LAND & LAND IMPROVEMENTS
BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BLDGS
BUILDING & STRUCTURES
FURNITURE & FIXTURES
VEHICLES
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
GOLF CARTS
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY
TOTAL MIAMI SHORES FUND

0
16,415.24
84.91
16,500.15
1,000.00
1,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
15,246.15

1S,938.19
1,000.00
1,000.00

1S,246.1S
1,000.00
1,000.00

17,010.00
1,000.00
1,000.00

14,927.35

0
0

17,02S.OO
1,000.00
1,000.00

S5,718.46

S0,473.48

56,010.00

52,345.15

56,025.00

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

54,089.69

39,384.24

199.8

0
0
0
0
51,700.00
18,200.00

0
0
50,799.08
18,502.05
90.99

45,325.00

33,724.40
549.43
537
34,810.83

0
0
0

0
0
0

54,460.27

39,384.24

69,900.00

69,392.12

45,325.00

34,810.83

54,460.27

39,384.24

69,900.00

69,392.12

45,325.00

856,071.41

817,139.64

834,585.66

914,710.00

865,806.53

817,430.00

170.78

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0
0

STADIUM FUND (Fund 727)

During 2009, Troy City Council legislated the transfer of ownership of the Troy Memorial Stadium to the
Troy City Schools. The City will continue to pay the debt from the most recent renovations to the Troy
Memorial Stadium. At the end of 2009 the funds from the remaining stadium fund balance were used to
reduce debt service. The City will have no further expenditures related to the stadium.

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Stadium Fund
727

ZERO EXPENDITURES
FUND BALANCE EXPENDED IN 2009 TO REDUCE DEBT SERVICE
AFTER STADIUM OWNERSHIP TRANSFERRED TO
TROY BOARD OF EDUCATION

2015 Budget

2016 Budget % Difference

0 0.00%

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

201S

2014

2013

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

201S

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

STADIUM FUND
727.000.44S7

727.000.4612

727.000.4922
727.000.4990

SALES
LEISURE EVENT RECEIPTS

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

RENTS/LEASES
OTHER REVENUES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS
REIMBURSEMENTS
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

0
;;;;============;;;;=
0
0

==============

TOTAL STADIUM FUND

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0
============= ==============
0
0
0

============== ==============
0

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

STADIUM FUND
OFFICIAL- SVC SAFETY DIRECTOR
727.44S.5339
727.44S.5352
727.44S.S3S9
727.445.5361
727.445.5395

727.445.5S01

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
CASUALTY INSURANCE
INSURANCE POOL
INSURANCE
MAl NT. OF FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
CONTINGENCY
OTHER SERVICES

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

TOTAL SERVICES
PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL TRANSFERS

============== ==============
TOTAL STADIUM FUND

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0

==============
0

IMPREST CASH FUND (Fund 820)

This fund accounts for the various change funds that are in use throughout the City where revenues are
received.

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2012

2014

2013

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015

2016

2015

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

IMP REST CASH FUND

820.000.4937

1M PREST PEID CASH RETURNED


OTHER MISCELlANEOUS SOURCES
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL 1M PREST CASH FUND

1,200.00
1,200.00

1,050.00
1,050.00

1,200.00

1,050.00

==============

======:========

1,200.00

1,050.00

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

1,000.00
1,000.00

0
0

1,000.00

============== ==============
1,000.00

;;;;:;;;;;;;;:=====;;;:;;;;;;;;

==============

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0

0
0

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

1M PREST CASH FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE

820.104.5501
820.104.5542

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
PEID CASH ESTAB/INCRSD/DECRSD
REIMB & OTHER DISBURSEMENTS
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
1,000.00
1,000.00

0
0
1,000.00
1,000.00

0
0
1,000.00
1,000.00

0
0
0
0

0
0
1,000.00
1,000.00

1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
0
============ ============= ============= ============= =============
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
0

1,000.00

==============
TOTAL 1M PREST CASH FUND

0
0
1,000.00
1,000.00

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INVESTMENT FUND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT (Fund 842)

This fund, established in 1970, accounts for funds received from the sale of the municipal power system to
the Dayton Power and Light Company. The sale of the system was approved by the voters in 1969. The
sale price was $12,500,000. By Ordinance, 75% of the interest earnings are transferred to the General
Fund, and 25% of the interest earnings are retained and reinvested in the fund . As of January 1, 2016,
the fund balance of this fund is $33,180,085 The transfer amount continues to reflect current low interest
earnings.

2016 Projected Revenues, Investment Fund


2016 Projected Transfer, Investment Fund
Projected Addition to (Reduction from) Fund Balance

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$ 440,000
$ 322.500
$ 117,500

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2016

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ESTIMATED
REVENUE

INVEST FUND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


842.000.4601
842.000.4649

842.000.4921
842.000.4938
842 .000.4990

INTEREST EARNINGS
INVESTMENT EARNINGS
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

498,434.11
498,434.11
9,410.00
9,410.00

384,037.59
384,037.59
750
750

422,268.16
422,268.16
3,375.00
3,375.00

404,175.00
404,175.00
16,810.00
16,810.00

414,334.39
414,334.39
16,910.00
16,910.00

440,000.00
440,000.00
0
0

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

507,844.11

384,787.59

425,643.16

420,985.00

431,244.39

440,000.00

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
==============
507,844.11

==============

==============

384,787.59

425,643.16

420,985.00

431,244.39

440,000.00

MISCELLANEOUS REIMBURSEMENTS
REIMBURSEMENTS
ACCRUED INTEREST
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
OPERATING TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS
TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL INVEST FOR CAP IMP FUND

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

============== =============== ==============

2014 ;
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

INVEST FUND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE
842.104.5395
842.104.5399
842.104.5501
842.104.5524
842. 104.5527

CONTINGENCY
OTHER EXPENSE FOR OPERATIONS
SERVICES
PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS
TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
ACCRUED INTEREST
PREMIUM ON INVESTMENTS
OTHER REFUNDS & DISBURSEMENTS
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
0
370,914.16
370,914 .16
0
0
0

0
0
0
281,489.36
281,489.36
125
0.02
125.02

370,914.16

281,614.38

370,914.16

0
0
0
352,500.00
352,500.00
0
0
0

308,804.78
3S2,500.00
===============:;; =============:::
308,804.78
281,614.38
352,500.00

============== ==============
TOTAL INVEST FD FOR CAP IMPROV

0
0
0
308,661.77
308,661.77
143.01
0
143.01

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0
0
0
349,623.08
349,623.08
0
0
0

0
0
0
322,500.00
322,500.00
0
0
0

349,623.08

322,SOO.OO

============== ===============
349,623.08

322,500.00

BOARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS FUND (Fund 915)

Established in 1993, the State requires a 3% fee for the State regulated projects related to building,
electrical, mechanical and fire protection.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

201S

2014
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

201S
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

BOARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS FUND


91S.000.4933

MISCELLANEOUS AGENCY RECEIPTS


OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES

0
0

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

0
;;:;;;;;:;:;:;;:;:;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;

TOTAL BOARD OF BLDG STAND FUND

0
0

0
0

0
0

::::;;:;;;;;:;;;;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;::;::;; ============== ==============

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0

============== ========;;;;=====

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

0
0

201S
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

201S
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

BOARD OF BUILDING STANDARDS FUND


OFFICIAL- JAMES DANDO
91S.SS7.SS01
91S.SS7.SS11
91S.SS7.SS22

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
REFUNDS OF REVENUE
REMITTANCE/ REVENUE COLLECTED
OTHER REFUNDS & DISTRIBUTIONS
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS
TOTAL BD OF BLDG STANDARD FUND

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

==============

==============

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0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
========:;;;:;;;:;;:;;:;;:;;
0
0

============== ============== ==============

ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND (Fund 916)

This fund was established in 1994 to account for fees received and disbursed as agent relative to
enterprise zone activities. Sources of revenue include an application fee of $750 and an annual
recertification fee of the lessor of $750 or 1% of the annual property tax savings up to $2,500.

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916.558

5379

2015 Budget
6,500

INTRA GOVT BILLING


8,500 Administrative Services (Staff Expenses)

2016 Budget % Difference


8,500 23.53%

2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVE NUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ENTERPR~EZONEFUND

916.000.4418

916.000.4617

916.000.4990

MISCELLANEOUS
MISC CHARGES FOR SERVICE

750
7SO

0
0

0
0

1,SOO.OO
1,SOO.OO

1,SOO.OO
1,500.00

0
0

TOTAL CHARGES FOR SERVICE

7SO

1,SOO.OO

1,500.00

ZONING APPLICATION FEES


OTHER REVENUES

9,750.00
9,750.00

6,2SO.OO
6,250.00

6,2SO.OO
6,2SO.OO

6,250.00
6,250.00

6,250.00
6,250.00

7,000.00
7,000.00

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

9,7SO.OO

6,2SO.OO

6,2SO.OO

6,2SO.OO

6,2SO.OO

7,000.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS

500

200

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

SOD

200

10,500.00

6,750.00

6,450.00

TOTAL ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND

0
=============== ===============
7,750.00
7,750.00
7,000.00

============== ============== : : : : : : : : : : :; : ; : :; : : ; : ; : : : : ==============

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

ENTER PRISE ZONE FUND


OFFICIAL - JAMES DANDO
916.SS8.S201
916.SS8.S207

916.SS8.S334
916.SS8.S339
916.S58.5379
916.5SS.S381
916.558.5386
916.558.S398

OFFICE MATERIAL & SUPPLIES


COMPUTER SUPPLIES
MISC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

0
0
0
6,SOO.OO
6,500.00
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
6,SOO.OO
6,SOO.OO
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
8,500.00
8,500.00
0
0
0
0

sao

sao
sao

sao

9,500.00
9,500.00
0
0
0
0

8,000.00
8,000.00
0
0
0
0

SOD
0
500
6,500.00
6,500.00
0
0
0
0

10,000.00

8,500.00

7,000.00

6,SOO.OO

6,SOO.OO

s,soo.oo

REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE

TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
EQUIPMENT

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERV
OTHER INTER/INTRA GOVT BILLING
INTER/INTRAGOVERNEM ENTAL SILL
POSTAGE
ADVERTISING
PRINTING EXPENSE
OTHER SERVICES
TOTAL SERVICES

916.SSS.S511

916.S58.5637

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

============== ============= ============== ============== ============== ==============


TOTAL ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND

10,000.00

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8,500.00

7,000.00

6,SOO.OO

6,SOO.OO

8,500.00

FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW FUND (Fund 917)

This Fund was established in 2005, as required by the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). If a fire insurance claim
meets certain insurance limits set in the ORC, the insurance company must deposit a certain amount with
the City as a guarantee that the property will be restored. The funds received for a property may only be
used for that property. When a qualifying claim is paid, the City becomes the holder of the escrow share
until:
1.

The property owner makes repairs or has the damaged structure appropriately demolished,
at which point the property owner can claim the funds; or

2.

In the event the property owner does not make repairs or does not have the damaged
structure appropriately demolished, the City can use the funds to offset the cost of having
the property demolished. If the Escrow Fund does not cover the City's entire cost,
additional costs could be assessed to the property.

No expenditures are budgeted from this fund.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW FUND


917.000.4649

93,274.64

22,573.74

0
;;;;;;;;;;:=========
0

93,274.64

22,573.74

93,274.64

22,573.74

MISCELLANEOUS
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
TOTAL FIRE INS ESCROW FUND

============:=== ============== ============== ;;:;;============ ==============

2014

2013

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

2016
EXPENSE
BUDGET

FIRE INSURANCE ESCROW FUND


OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE
917.104.5339
917.104.5S11

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANT SERVIC
REFUND-CURRENT YR REVENUE
TOTAL OTHER DISBURSEMENTS

0
0
0
===:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;:;;;:

TOTAL FIRE INS ESCROW FD

700
700
66,472.94

0
0
28,941.70

0
0
11,734.00

0
0
11,733.74

67,172.94

28,941.70

11,734.00

11,733.74

0
0
0
0

============== ============== ;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;:;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;:;;;:::::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;

==============

11,733.74

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67,172.94

28,941.70

11,734.00

FEMA FUND (Fund 918)

As a result of a high wind (hurricane) event on September 14, 2008, the City of Troy qualified for a Federal
Reserve Emergency Management allocation. A condition of receiving these monies was to establish a
separate fund to disperse the monies allocated in that fund.
The City suffered property damage as a result of a two-day June 2012 windstorm event. A reimbursement
was received from FEMA in 2013 related to the 2012 event and those funds were deposited into the FEMA
Fund and then dispersed to the appropriate funds .
No expenditures are budgeted in this fund for this year.

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2012
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

2015

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

FEMA FUND

918.000.4311

FEDERAL GRANTS
TOTAL FEDERAL GRANTS

43,037.00

43,037.00

7,192.00
7,192.00

============== ==============

:::::;;::::::::::::::::;;;;:=::::::::::::::::::

43,037.00

7,192.00

TOTAL FEMA FUND

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

============== ============== ==============

2014

2013
COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

2016

2015
CURRENT
EXPENSES

EXPENSE
BUDGET

FEMA FUND
OFFICIAL- JOHN FRIGGE

918.104.5501

PERMANENT FUND TRANSFERS


TRANSFERS
TOTAL TRANSFERS
TOTAL FEMA FUND

. 7,192.00
7,192.00

0
0

7,192.00
43,037.00
0
============= ============= =============
7,192.00
43,037.00
0

===============

0
0

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43,037.00
43,037.00

0
0

0
0

0
0
============= ===============
0
0
0

EQUITABLE SHARING FUND (Fund 919)

This fund was established by 0-7-2015. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) established a revenue
program (Equitable Sharing Fund) related to supplementing, not supplanting, local Police Department
operations. If monies are recovered or properties sold under DOJ jurisdiction, based on the amount of time
a local Police Detective spent on assisting the DOJ with the particular case, the local community will
receive a share of those monies or sale proceeds. The City established this fund to be able to receive
revenues and then expend those revenues. The fund may not show an initial expenditure as potential
revenues are unknown.

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2012

2014

2013
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2015
ACTUAL
RECEIPTS

2016
ESTIMATED
REVENUE

EQUITABLE SHARING FUND


919.000.4613
919.000.4649

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
36,320.00
36,320.00

0
0
36,323.68
36,323.68

0
0
0
0

36,320.00

36,323.68

36,320.00

36,323.68

S6,869,469.35

59,778,754.70

67,761,323.73

69,092,861.00

69,608,170.33

65,683,612.00

0
0
0
0

SALE OF ASSETS
OTHER REVENUES
MISCELLANEOUS
DONATIONS/MISCELLANEOUS

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

==============

TOTAL EQUITABLE SHARING FUND


GRAND TOTAL ALL FUNDS

============== ============== ============::::;;;: ============== ==============

2014

2013

2012
COMBINED
EXPENSES

2015
CURRENT
BUDGET

COMBINED
EXPENSES

COMBINED
EXPENSES

2016

2015
EXPENSE
BUDGET

CURRENT
EXPENSES

EQUITABLE SHARING FUND


OFFICIAL-CHARLES W. PPHELPS
919.217.5212

917.217.5322

919.217.5632
919.217.5637
919.217.5639

LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLIES


MISC MATERIAL & SUPPLIES

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

TRAINING/REGISTRATION FEES
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

TOTAL SERVICES

VEHICLES
COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
OTHER EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

S1,685,771.34

58,814,546.40

59,491,476.37

73,131,476.00

56,344,866.28

78,891,002.00

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL EQUITABLE SHARING FUND
GRAND TOTAL ALL FUNDS

============== =========== ============== : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ============== =============

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2015 Actual Budget Recap


Fund

Unencumbered
Balance 1/1/15

Revenues

Revenue
Transfers

Total
Revenue

Total
Resources

Less
Expenses

Balance

Less
Transfers

Cash

Release
Encumbered

Deduct Income
Encumbered

Actual Balance

12/31/15

General Fund
Special Revenue Funds
Street Fund
State Highway Fund
Income Tax Fund
Cemetery Fund
Safety-Income Tax Fund
Municipal Real Property Fund
Miami Conservancy Dis!. Fund
Recreational Programs Fund
Park & Rec Cap. Imp. Fund
Community Dev. Block Grant Fund
Parking & Downtown Imp. Fund
Drug Law Enforcement Fund
Law Enforcement Trust Fund
Sm. Business Dev. R-Loan Fund

11 ,307,958

7.420,860

13.400,631

20,821,491

32,129,450

18,472,180

13,657,269

1,050,899
147,878
5,901,477
311,474
812,665
284,753
66,266
271,117
76,571
749,897
239,610
28,856
34,468
327,153

1,064,177
84.474
15,175,545
147,383
2,519.443
1,567
45,652
125,210
24,572
236,269
24,396
3,399
490
75,767

600,000

2,715,076
232,352
21,077,022
658,857
3,332,108
286,320
111,918
396,328
101,143
986,166
264,006
32,255
34,958
459,649

1,473,541
96,109
720,250
353,849

56,729

1,664,177
84,474
15,175,545
347,383
2,519,443
1,567
45,652
125,210
24,572
236,269
24,396
3,399
490
132,496

57,893
76,102
130,139
12
260,250
54,022
6,748
10,696
35,121

1,241,535
136,244
20,356,772
305,009
3,332,108
228,427
35,816
266,188
101,131
725,916
209,984
25,507
24,262
424,528

Sub Total

10,303,084

19,528,345

856,729

20,385,075

30,688,158

3,274,732

27,413,426

68,621

77,088

1,075,000

1,152,088

1,220,709

835,269

385,440

385,440

411,231
517,317
313,191

11,334,373
350,000
198,388

826,000

12,160,373
350,000
198,388

12,571,604
867,317
511,579

5,772,292
606,172
184,655

6,799,312
261,145
326,924

6,799,312
261,145
326,924

2,452,210
260.662
27,715

1,668,030
256,341

7,583,491
265,466
354,639

826,000

Bond Retirement Fund


Capital Improvement Funds
Capital Improvement Fund
Ohio Public Works Comm (OPWC)
TIF 2003 Fund
Sub Total

200,000

3,196,729

10,550,000
2,500,000

13,050,000

10,460,540

315,745

577,759

10,198,527

1,241,535
136,244
9,806,772
305,009
832,108
228.42r
35,816
266,188
101,131
725,916
209,984
25,507
24,262
424,528

71.840
11,772
55,249
6,521

99,844
14,098
35,458
15,597

5,339

7,588

10,527

9,557

23.898

900
250,000

1,213,532
133,917
9,826,563
295,933
832,108
226,178
35,816
267,159
101,131
234,806
248,516
25,507
23,362
198,426

14,363,426

223,679

924,152

13,662,953

491,110
38,533

385,440

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1,241 ,739

11 ,882,761

12,708,761

13,950,500

6,563,120

7,387.381

7,387,381

2,740,587

1,924,371

8,203,596

Technology Fund

356,254

108,001

108,001

464,254

100,752

363,502

363,502

8,504

190,364

181,642

Trust Funds
Stouder Plygr, Equipment Fund
The Paul G. Duke Trust Fund
Cemetery Trust Fund
Cemetery Endowment Fund
Unclaimed Funds
Tri-Centennial Fund

15,869
11,841
293,852
955,033
4,314
1,099

92

92

1,997

1,756
31,838
1,147
7

1,756
31,838
1,147
7

15,961
11,841
295,608
986,871
5,461
1,105

3,137
22,939

13,964
11,841
292,470
963,932
5,461
1,105

13,964
11 ,841
292,470
963,932
4,453
1,105

13,964
11,841
292,470
963,932
4,453
1,105

Sub Total

1,282,008

34,839

34,839

1,316,847

28,073

1,288,774

1,287,766

1,287,766

Enlprise Funds
Hobart Arena Fund
Municipal Swimming Pool Fund
Stormwater Utility Fund
Water Fund
Sanitary Sewer Fund
Parking Meter Fund
Miami Shores Fund
Stadium Fund

1,012,577
128,879
1,485,320
6,303,382
4,823,349
59,658
80,465

895,713
220,314
1,333,336
5,498,033
4,410,802
40,786
648,613

500,000

2,408,290
349,194
2,818,657
11,801,415
9,234,150
125,444
979,079

1,555,458
236,219
1,247,240
6,603,234
6,807,657
54,713
866,755

852,832
112,975
1,571,417
5,198,181
2,426,494
70,731
112,323

852,832
112,975
1,571,417
5,198,181
2,426,494
70,731
112,323

277.683
2,258
132,758
2,291,034
3,044,278

99,087
12,886
175,890
636,987
929,056

25,000
250,000

1,395,713
220,314
1,333,336
5,498,033
4,410,802
65,786
898,613

8,856

29,565

1,031,428
102,347
1,528,285
6,852,228
4,541,715
70,731
91,614

Sub Total

13,893,631

13,047,598

775,000

13,822,598

27,716,229

17,371,276

10,344,952

10,344,952

5,756,866

1,883,469

14,218,349

Internal Service Funds


lmprest Cash Fund
lnv. Fund for Cap. Imp. Fund

3,000
33,098,464

431,244

431,244

3,000
33,529,708

3,000
33,529,708

349,623

3,000
33,180,085

3,000
33,180,085

Sub Total

33,101,464

431,244

431,244

33,532,708

33,532,708

349,623

33,183,085

33,183,085

515
19,734

7,750

7,750

8,265
19,734

1,765
8,000

1,765
8,000

1,765
8,000
36,324

Bd of Bldg. Standard Fund


Enterprise Zone Fund
Fire Insurance Escrow Fund

6,500
11,734

1,008
1,008

FEMA Fund
Equitable Sharing Fund
Sub Total
Grand Total

36,324

36,324

36,324

36,324

36,324

20,249

7,750

7,750

27,999

18,234

9,765

9,765

71,575,007

52,574,810

69,508,170

141 ,083,177

46,663,637

94,419,540

16,933,360

16,597,360

77,822,180

9,765
9,045,381

5,500,115

81 ,367,446