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City of Corsicana, Texas

Fiscal Year 2011 Budget


City of Corsicana Annual Budget As Adopted by Mayor and City Council

For Fiscal Year 2011

Connie Standridge, City Manager Virginia (Ginger) Richardson, CPA, CGFO, Director of Finance/City Secretary

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City of Corsicana 2011 Annual Budget

Table of Contents Budget Message and Overview Budget Message and Overview Organizational Chart Principal City Officials

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Summaries Combined Summary Statement

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General Operating Fund 100 Fund Balance Summary Chart: Budgeted Revenues and Expenditures Revenues Chart: Sales Tax and Ad Valorem Tax History Chart: Franchise/Gross Receipts Revenue Comparison Expenditure Summary

13 14 15 19 20 21

Departmental Budgets: Mayor and Council Administration Legal Municipal Court Human Resources Civil Service Tax Finance Police Fire Emergency Management Inspections Planning and Zoning Animal Control Animal Shelter Health Services Information Technology Engineering Street Code Compliance Parks and Recreation Lakes and Grounds Sr Activity Center Swimming Pool Library K Wolens BIC

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 37 39 41 42 43 44 46 47 49 51 52 53 54

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Table of Contents General Operating Fund 100, Continued Departmental Budgets, Continued: Service Center Building Services Non‐Departmental

55 57 59

Utility Operating Fund 501 Working Capital Summary Chart: Budgeted Revenues and Expenses Revenues Departmental Budgets: Sampling & Analysis Overland Flow Wastewater Treatment Plant Wastewater Reclamation Center Navarro Mills Water Treatment Plant Lake Halbert Water Treatment Plant Utility System Maintenance Utility Line Replacement Utility Billing and Collections Non‐Departmental Sanitation Operating Fund 502 Working Capital Summary Chart: Budgeted Revenues and Expenses Revenues Departmental Budgets: Landfill Contract Collections Bulk Solid Waste Pickup Non‐Departmental

61 62 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81

83 84 85 87 89 90 92

Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund 503 Working Capital Summary Chart: Budgeted Revenues and Expenses Revenues Departmental Budgets: Emergency Medical Services Non‐Departmental

93 94 95 96 98

Special Revenue Funds Hotel/Motel Occupancy Fees Fund 201 Airport Operating Fund 202 Cemetery Fund 203

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Table of Contents Special Revenue Funds, Continued Forfeiture Fund 204 Parks and Recreation Special Revenue Fund 205 Parks and Recreation Special Events Fund 206 Library Special Revenue Fund 208 Corsicana/Navarro County Economic Development Fund 212 Police Special Revenue Fund 214 Summer Recreation Program Fund 216 Community Support Services Special Revenue Fund 217 Fire Special Revenue Fund 221 Palace Theater Fund 222 Police LEOSE Fund 225 Sr Activity Center Maintenance Fund 229 Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Infrastructure Fund 230 Municipal Court Technology Fund 231 Municipal Court Building Security Fees Fund 232 Emergency Medical Services Equipment Replacement Fund 239 Corsicana Crossing Maintenance Fund 243 Court Fines/Rules of the Road Fund 244 Court Fines/Judicial Efficiency Fund 246 Court Fines/Child Safety Fund 247

121 123 125 127 129 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 141 149 150 151 154 155 156 157

Construction and Capital Improvements Funds 1999A Revenue Bond Construction Fund 308 ‐ Utilities 2005 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 320 ‐ Governmental 2006 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 324 ‐ Governmental 2007 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 327 ‐ Utilities 2008 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 330 ‐ Governmental 2009 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 331 ‐ Utilities (TWDB) 2010 CO Bond Capital Improvements Fund 332 ‐ Utilities

159 160 161 162 163 164 165

Debt Service Funds Debt Service Listing ‐ All Funds ‐ Current Obligations Debt Service Listing ‐ All Funds ‐ Total Obligations Interest and Sinking Fund 409 ‐ Sanitation Fund Interest and Redemption Fund 411 Interest and Sinking Fund 412 ‐ Utility Fund Reserve Fund 705 ‐ Utility Fund Utility Deposits Fund 706 Reserve Fund 708 ‐ Sanitation Fund

167 168 169 171 175 179 180 181

Personnel Summary of Full Time Personnel

183

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Table of Contents Personnel, Continued Summary of Part Time Personnel Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail by Department Salary Plan Summary

184 185 192

Appendix Notice Required by HB 3195 Resolution 3396 Ad Valorem Tax Rate Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Zone Analysis Sales Tax Receipts 2010 (received through September 2010) Sales Tax Graph (received through September 2010) Utility Fund Transfers to General Fund Sanitation Fund Transfers to General Fund Emergency Medical Services Fund Transfers to General Fund Contracted Services Capital Asset Purchase Requests Capital and/or Maintenance Project Requests Effective Tax Rate Calculation Ordinance to Adopt 2011 Budget Ordinance to Ratify Property Tax Revenue in the 2011 Budget Ordinance to Levy Ad Valorem Taxes for the 2011 Fiscal Year

195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 207 209 211 213 214

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW This adopted budget accommodates City Council priorities, continues to provide the best services available to our citizens and maintains the City’s fiscal integrity. This budget supports adequate public facilities and infrastructure, economic development, and environmental quality while maintaining the character of the community. All budget projections were made based on available revenues and financial policies. Corsicana’s 2011 Annual Budget resources total $46,017,130 with expenditures of $52,947,429 including transfers with the following highlights: The ad valorem tax adjusted taxable value is $1,222,239,080, less taxable property value of the TIF district in the amount of $32,910,564. The tax rate remained at 0.6272 per $100 valuation. Of the total tax rate $0.520791 is dedicated to the General Fund, and $0.106409 is dedicated to the Interest and Redemption (GO Debt Service) Fund. This should produce, at a 98% collection rate, a total of $7,512,566 in ad valorem tax revenue. Included in the Debt Service Funds are principal and interest payments for capital purchases in the amount of $943,610 and capital and/or maintenance projects in the amount of $601,840. During the 2010 fiscal year, circumstances arose which significantly decreased the revenues for both sales tax revenues and franchise tax revenues. Management, with guidance from Council, made tough decisions around the mid-year point. Several personnel positions were eliminated in order to compensate for the decrease in expected revenues. Other cost-saving measures were investigated and implemented, as well. With the major cuts made during fiscal year 2010, the 2011 budget includes a more positive projected outcome for the City. Council goals, presented during pre-budget work sessions, were addressed as follows: • •

Reinstate funding previously cut for street repairs and maintenance in each precinct. Reinstate funding for previously cut part-time personnel at the City’s Animal Shelter. Plans were made to issue previously approved debt for the bond street program and for a new ladder truck for the Fire Department. This debt will be issued during the 2011 Fiscal Year, but the debt service payments will not begin until the following year.

GENERAL FUND 100 During the 2003 budget year, city officials realized that economic trends were down and the city’s budgeted revenue would not be realized. An aggressive annual plan was put into place at

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Financial Overview, continued that time to recover and rebuild the city’s fund balance. The General Fund’s fund balance increased from $50,562 to a projected $2,261,170 at September 30, 2011. The City strives to increase the General Fund’s fund balance by a minimum of $100,000 per year. REVENUES The General Fund provides basic city services that are appropriately supported through tax revenues and user fees. These services include safety services such as police, fire animal services, and inspections. Public services such as libraries, parks and recreation are also offered by the General Fund. In addition, the General Fund provides the management services necessary to insure that public funds are wisely and equitably distributed. The General Fund accounts for approximately 35% of the City’s total revenue. The adopted budget reflects very conservative revenue projections of $16,300,759 based on historical and economic trends, and then adjusted for known events. Total budgeted revenues and other financing sources increased 3% compared to 2010 projected revenues of $15,807,944 and decreased .73% from the 2010 adopted budget of $16,420,851. Property tax, sales tax, franchise fees and transfers from enterprise funds make up the largest portion of the budget at 83%. General Fund Ad Valorem (Property Taxes) Property taxes are levied each October 1 on the assessed value as of the prior January 1 for all real and personal property located in Corsicana. Article 11, Section 5, of the State of Texas Constitution limits the City’s ad valorem tax rate to $2.50 per $100. The City’s tax rate, at $.6272 per $100, is well within the tax limit. This will be the seventh year that the tax rate has remained at $.6272. There are no policies that guide estimated tax rates in future years other than state law. All General Fund property tax revenues (current, delinquent, and penalties) are budgeted to generate $6,423,005, less TIF District Taxes of $206,415 for net revenues of $6,216,590. This accounts for 38% of General Fund revenues. Sales Taxes Sales Tax receipts are the result of a tax levy on the sale of goods and services within the City of Corsicana as authorized by the State of Texas. The maximum sales tax allowed Corsicana is two cents per dollar on all goods and services deemed taxable. The City of Corsicana collects 1½ cents per dollar, and Navarro County collects the other available ½ cent per dollar to equal the maximum sales tax that can be collected by Corsicana. The one-cent general fund sales tax is expected to generate $3,219,742 and the ½ cent additional sales tax for property tax relief is expected to generate $1,660,258. Receipts are projected to be 1% higher than the prior year projected year end. Sales tax is projected to be $4,880,000 or 30% of all general fund revenues.

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Financial Overview, continued

Sales Tax Distribution City of Corsicana General Fund Property Tax Reduction (General Fund) Total City of Corsicana

1.00% 0.50 1.50%

Navarro County

0.50

State of Texas

6.25

Total Sales Tax Rate Charged Within the City of Corsicana

8.25%

Franchise and Other Gross Receipts Taxes The City of Corsicana collects a franchise fee from utility companies operating within the city. Utility companies include gas, electric, cable, and municipal fees from telecommunications companies. Additionally, enterprise funds pay a franchise fee to the City General Fund in the amount of three percent of the enterprise fund’s gross revenues. Currently, these include utility and sanitation services. This represents a fee for the use of city streets and right-of-ways. Total franchise fees are projected at $2,436,125, which represents 15% of general fund budgeted revenues. Receipts budgeted are approximately 15% lower than the previous year’s projected budget of $2,868,172. Other Revenues The General Fund collects fines and fees assessed by the library, municipal court, and inspections departments. Revenues for permits and licenses also generate revenues for the General Fund. Grant revenues for the 2011 budget year include $100,000 for to be received from the COPS hiring program, and will reimburse the City for two police officers salaries for the year. Intergovernmental revenues include reimbursement from the Enterprise Funds to the General Fund for an allocated percentage of services provided and facilities used. Intergovernmental revenues also include the City’s reimbursement from Navarro County for services provided to County residents. These services provided include the library, the animal shelter, and fire and/or arson investigation services. EXPENDITURES General Fund expenditures are projected at $16,114,147 which is a decrease of $265,117 or 1.6% under the previous year’s budget.

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Financial Overview, continued

UTILITY FUND 501 REVENUES The Utility Fund revenues are budgeted conservatively as they fluctuate significantly with changes in the weather. Water sales were down for 2010 due to wet/rainy weather during the summer months. The revenue budget for 2010 was $14,854,498, with a year-end estimate of $13,876,900. The current adopted budget is $14,024,000. EXPENSES Expenses for 2010 were budgeted for $13,451,388 with a year-end estimate of $13,504,358. The current adopted budget is $13,672,411. Included in expenses are transfers to Interest and Sinking for debt and administrative transfers to the General Fund.

SANITATION FUND 502 The City of Corsicana owns and operates a landfill. Landfill fees include charges to private commercial haulers, and includes contractual obligations with Olympic. Disposal fees represent charges for the disposal of refuse collected from Corsicana residents and local businesses. The current adopted revenue budget is $3,182,500 with an expense budget of $3,171,263. Transfers to Interest and Sinking for debt and administrative transfers to the General Fund are included in the expense budget.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FUND 503 This fund accounts for revenues and expenditures for emergency ambulance service for the City of Corsicana and Navarro County. Revenues are budgeted at $4,488,000 with expenses of $4,802,285. Administrative transfers to the General Fund are included in the expense budget.

MAJOR SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Hotel/Motel Occupancy Fees Fund 201 The Hotel/Motel Occupancy Fees Fund was established to account for a hotel/motel occupancy tax allowed by the State of Texas. This tax is levied on the rental rate for a hotel/motel room. Funds that are generated must be expended for items that qualify in accordance with state law such as the promotion of tourism. This income is used in the promotion of tourism for Corsicana. Expenditures include: a) $123,000 to be paid to the Corsicana Development Commission/Chamber of Commerce for tourism; b) contribution of $1,000 to the Navarro County Expo Center; c) contribution to the Christmas Festival of Lights Commission in the

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Financial Overview, continued amount of $1,500; d) $55,008 to operate and maintain the historic Pioneer Village; e) $83,819 to operate the Main Street program; f) $17,478 to operate the advertising/promotions program. Cemetery Fund 203 The City operates three cemeteries that will produce about $62,850 mainly in interment fees and the sale of cemetery lots. The balance of funds needed to operate and maintain the cemeteries are funded through a transfer from the General Fund. Expenditures include funds for street/road maintenance through the cemeteries; mowing, trimming and repairs and upkeep for the appearance of the properties; and administrative services. Per the City’s Code of Ordinances, all interment fees collected are held in an account specifically for maintenance. Corsicana/Navarro County Economic Development Fund 212 This fund was established to account for economic development programs. Currently one employee is funded as the Economic Development Director. Half of the director’s salary is funded by the County. All other expenses are paid by the City. This budget reflects that the City will spend $745,291 in this fiscal year.

CONSTRUCTION AND CAPITAL PROJECTS There are several capital projects currently in progress. These funds are used to finance infrastructure needs and other government services. For more details, please see the information located behind the Construction and Capital Improvements tab.

DEBT SERVICE FUNDS Corsicana has issued various types of long-term debt for the construction and acquisition of capital facilities, infrastructure, and equipment. The city recognizes that debt issuance has an impact on future operating budget. Various funding sources are outlined below: •

General Obligation Bonds are issued with voter authorization for facility and infrastructure projects.

Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds provide funds for improvements to the water and sewer system and to refund prior water and sewer debt issues.

Certificates of Obligation are issued for facility and infrastructure projects but do not require voter authorization and is not used for refunding.

Sales Tax Revenue Bonds are primarily used to finance library, park, and economic development type projects.

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Financial Overview, continued Sanitation Interest and Sinking Fund 409 (Debt Service) The Sanitation Debt Service fund is used to accumulate the resources for and payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for improvements to the landfill. The revenue source is proceeds from sanitation customer user charges collected in the Sanitation Fund through a transfer to this fund. Current obligations, which include principal, interest and fees for this fiscal year, total $111,092. Interest and Redemption Fund 411 (GO Debt Service) This fund accounts for the accumulation of resources for the payment of general long-term debt principal, interest, and related costs. The revenue source is principally ad valorem taxes levied by the City. Current obligations, which include principal, interest and fees for this fiscal year, total $1,238,166. Utility Interest and Sinking Fund 412 (Debt Service) This fund is used to accumulate the resources for and payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for improvements to the water and sewer system. The revenue source is proceeds from water and sewer customer user charges collected in the Utilities Operating Fund through a transfer to this fund. Current obligations, which include principal, interest and fees for this fiscal year, total $4,242,930.

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City of Corsicana

Citizens

Organizational Chart October 1, 2010

City Council C. L. Brown, Mayor Tom Wilson, Council Member Ruby Williams, Mayor-Pro-Tem Stephen G. Andrews, Council Member George Walker, Council Member

Municipal Judge

Police Chief Randy Bratton

Parks and Recreation Director Sharla Allen

Police Services

Parks and

Lakes and Grounds C. I. D.

Communications

Ginger Richardson, CPA, CGFO

Finance Administration

Administration

Patrol

Director of Finance/City Secretary

Swimming Pool

Municipal Bldgs.

Records Pioneer Village Community Services

Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Fixed Assets Payroll

Animal Shelter Animal Control

Terry Jacobson

Connie Standridge

Municipal Court

Economic Development

Sharon Jennings

Lee McCleary

Library Services

Main Street

Chad Freeze

Steve Dieterichs

Human Resources Civil Service Director Jeff Schafer

Promotions/Tourism

Environmental Services Director

Fire Chief Donald McMullan

Larry Murray

Water Treatment

Fire / Rescue Services

Navarro Mills WTP

Public Works Director Ron Lynch

Lake Halbert WTP Wastewater Treatment Overland Flow WWTP

Cust. Accts./Coll. Sampling and Meter Reading Billing

Landfill Operation

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Planning and Zoning Director Paul Ward

Service Center

Planning and Zoning

Fire Investigation

Transportation Services

Inspection

Support Services

Training

Airport

Fire Suppression

Utility Services

Rescue Services

Maintenance

Fire Prevention

Line Replacement

Hazardous Materials

Sanitation

Micah Haden

Inspections

#2 WWTP

K. Wolens BIC

City Prosecutor

Streets

Administration

Budget and Audit Sr. Activity Center

Animal Services

City Attorney

City Manager

Joe "Mike" Russell

Emergency Medical Services

Cemetery Maintenance

Emergency Management

Sanitation Bulk Solid Waste Pickup

Cemetery Sexton Services

Engineering Director Elizabeth Borstad

Engineering Design

Information System/ Technology

Code Compliance Development Construction Projects


City of Corsicana

Principal City Officials October 1, 2010

Elected Officials Mayor *term expires May 2011

C. L. “Buster” Brown

Council Member, Precinct 1

Tom Wilson

*term expires May 2012

Mayor Pro Tem, Precinct 2

Ruby Williams

*term expires May 2012

Council Member, Precinct 3

Stephen G. Andrews

*term expires May 2011

Council Member, Precinct 4

George Walker

*term expires May 2011

City Attorney *term expires May 2011 (appointed to fill term)

Terry Jacobson

Municipal Court Judge *term expires May 2011

Joe “Mike” Russell

City Staff City Manager Director of Finance/City Secretary Economic Development Director Police Chief Fire Chief Public Works Director Director of Environmental Services Engineering Director Parks and Recreation Director Library Director Planning and Zoning Director Human Resources Director Main Street Manager

Connie Standridge Ginger Richardson Lee McCleary Randy Bratton Donald McMullan Ron Lynch Larry Murray Elizabeth Borstad Sharla Allen Chad Freeze Paul Ward Jeff Schafer Steve Dieterichs

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COMBINED SUMMARY STATEMENT BY FUND TYPE

Fund Type and Name

2010 Estimated Balance

Total Revenues

Total Expenditures

2011 Estimated Balance

General Fund 100 ‐ General Operating

$            2,074,932 $         16,300,759 $         16,114,147 $            2,261,544 $            2,074,932 $         16,300,759 $         16,114,147 $            2,261,544

Special Revenue Funds 201 ‐ Hotel/Motel  202 ‐ Airport Operating 203 ‐ Cemetery 204 ‐ Forfeitures 205 ‐ Parks Special Revenue 206 ‐ Parks Special Events 208 ‐ Library Special Revenue 212 ‐ Economic Development 214 ‐ Police Special Revenue 216 ‐ Summer Recreation 217 ‐ Community Support Services 221 ‐ Fire Special Revenue 222 ‐ Palace Theatre 225 ‐ Police Leose Funds 229 ‐ Sr. Activity Ctr. Facility Maint. 230 ‐ TIF 231 ‐ Court Technology 232 ‐ Court Building Security 239 ‐ EMS Equipment Replacement 243 ‐ Corsicana Crossing Maintenance 244 ‐ Rules of the Road Fund 246 ‐ Judicial Efficiency Fund 247 ‐ Child Safety Fund

$                   1,521                    125,460                    83,073                         2,445                    54,195                         6,640                       8,199                          709                    24,914                      15,904                      11,434                         8,385                          999                       1,502                    52,571                   (850,039)                    44,910                      90,996                    159,522                    81,016                    237,545                    23,560                         1,998

$               307,000                  287,550                  142,850                       5,000                    15,000                         7,500                    12,500                    745,161                       8,500                       5,000                       6,800                       3,700                    11,500                         3,300                          ‐                   451,927                    16,000                      12,000                    157,500                          ‐                   100,000                       5,750                       2,500

$               295,171                  278,950                  159,090                       5,000                    47,855                         7,500                    12,500                    745,291                       8,500                    10,000                         6,000                       3,700                    11,500                         3,300                       5,000                  338,945                    15,798                      27,533                    130,000                    81,000                    307,000                    10,000                         2,500

$                 13,350                  134,060                    66,833                         2,445                    21,340                         6,640                       8,199                          579                    24,914                      10,904                      12,234                         8,385                          999                       1,502                    47,571                   (737,057)                    45,112                      75,463                    187,022                            16                    30,545                      19,310                         1,998

$               187,457 $            2,307,038 $            2,512,133 $                (17,638)

Enterprise Funds 501 ‐ Water/Sewer Operating 502 ‐ Sanitation Operating 503 ‐ EMS Operating

$              (551,461) $         14,024,000 $         13,672,411 $              (199,872)                     (9,774)               3,182,500               3,164,863                       7,863                  534,905               4,488,000               4,802,285                  220,620 $                (26,331) $         21,694,500 $         21,639,559 $                 28,610

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COMBINED SUMMARY STATEMENT BY FUND TYPE

Fund Type and Name

2010 Estimated Balance

Total Revenues

Total Expenditures

2011 Estimated Balance

$                 19,850                    36,542                      35,965                 1,950,571                  500,000                  141,926

$               111,092               1,318,811               4,242,930                          ‐                     30,000                            ‐ 

$               111,092               1,238,166               4,242,930                          ‐                           ‐                           ‐ 

$                 19,850                  117,187                    35,965                 1,950,571                  530,000                  141,926

Debt Service Funds, Service Funds 409 ‐ Sanitation I & S (Sanitation D.S.) 411 ‐ G.O. Debt Svc. (General) 412 ‐ W/S I & S (Water/Sewer D.S.) 705 ‐ Utility Reserve Fund 706 ‐ Utility Deposit Reserve Fund 708 ‐ Sanitation Bond Reserve Fund

$            2,684,854 $            5,702,833 $            5,592,188 $            2,795,499

Total All City Funds (Excluding Capital Improvement Funds)

$            4,920,912 $         46,005,130 $         45,858,027 $            5,068,015

Capital Improvements & Construction Funds 308 ‐ 1999A Rev. W/S 320 ‐ 2005 C.O. (General Related) 324 ‐ 2006 C.O. 327 ‐ 2007 C.O. 36" Raw Wtr. Line 330 ‐ 2008 G.O. Bonds 331 ‐ 2009 C.O. Bonds TWDB (Utilities) 332 ‐ 2010 C.O. Bonds (Utilities)

$                 91,965                  561,477                  265,659               1,027,806               1,075,158               1,579,280               2,736,570

$                       ‐                       1,000                          500                       2,000                       2,000                       2,500                       4,000

$                 91,965                  538,750                  250,000               1,029,000               1,076,610               1,575,000               2,528,077

$                       ‐                    23,727                      16,159                            806                          548                       6,780                  212,493

$            7,337,915 $                 12,000 $            7,089,402 $               260,514

Total All City Funds (Including Capital Improvement Funds)

$         12,258,827 $         46,017,130 $         52,947,429 $            5,328,528

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GENERAL OPERATING FUND (100) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$               1,956,299

$               1,844,954

$               1,844,954

$               2,074,558

Taxes

              13,245,452

              14,036,818

              13,163,754

              13,477,715

Licenses and Permits

                   125,058

                   169,225

                   193,103

                   180,650

Service Charges and Rents

                   175,125

                   145,958

                   148,628

                   140,683

Fines and Forfeitures

                   571,806

                   562,000

                   600,934

                   569,500

Other Revenue

                   242,896

                   213,150

                   416,354

                   115,400

Grants and Contribution Revenue

                   501,063

                        3,500

                     39,140

                   106,500

Estimated Balance 10/1 Revenue:

Intergovernment Revenue

                1,150,419

                1,290,200

                1,246,030

                1,710,311

$            16,011,820

$            16,420,851

$            15,807,944

$            16,300,759

General Government

                1,257,099

                1,199,289

                1,127,495

                1,158,494

Judicial

                   371,350

                   406,146

                   396,025

                   420,551

Public Safety

                7,646,181

                7,940,904

                7,423,416

                7,934,403

Community Support Services

                   428,903

                   443,577

                   421,580

                   389,934

Public Works

                2,709,833

                2,889,812

                2,871,576

                3,039,090

Leisure and Cultural

                1,838,288

                1,862,086

                1,657,317

                1,714,018

Building & Equipment Maintenance Building & Equipment Maintenance

                 610,155 610 155

                 591 591,525 525

                   565 565,002 002

                 526 526,469 469

Non‐Departmental

                1,261,356

                1,045,925

                1,115,930

                   931,188

$            16,123,165

$            16,379,264

$            15,578,340

$            16,114,147

Revenue Less Disbursements

$            (111,345)

$                41,587

$              229,604

$              186,612

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               1,844,954

$               1,886,541

$               2,074,558

$               2,261,170

41.77

42.04

48.61

51.22

Total Revenue Disbursements:

Total Disbursements

Operating Days of Fund Balance Fund Balance Goal (90 Days Operating Days) Amount Over (Under) Goal

$

3,975,575

$

4,038,723

$

3,841,235

$

3,973,351

$

(2,130,621)

$

(2,152,182)

$

(1,766,677)

$

(1,712,182)

General Operating funds are used to account for all financial resources except those required to be accounted for in another fund. They are used to account for most of the current operating expenditures of the governments and are made up of a greater number and variety of revenue sources than any other fund. The resources of the General Fund are largely expended and replenished on an annual basis. Basic municipal services such as City administration, police and fire protection, parks and recreation, and libraries are included in this fund. Council has set a minimum goal of adding $100,000 annually to fund balance until the ultimate goal of 90 days operating expenses is reached.

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City of Corsicana General Fund Budgeted Revenues - 2011 Property Taxes 0.65% 0.71% 3.49%

0.86%

Sales Taxes

10.49%

Franchise and Gross Receipts Taxes

1.11% 0.18%

Other Taxes 37.62% Licenses & Permits 14.94%

Service Charges & Rents Fines & Forfeitures Other Revenue Grants & Contributions

29.94%

Intergovernmental

General Fund Budgeted Expenditures - 2011 General Government 3.27%

5.78%

7.19%

2.61% Judicial Police

10.64% Fire 26.93%

Other Public Safety Community Support Services

18.86%

Public Works Leisure and Cultural 2.42%

Building & Equipment Maintenance

20.25%

2.06% Non‐Departmental

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REVENUES 100‐GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

5,983,120 100,000 0 0 (199,474) 5,255,000 400,000 1,230,000 130,000 275,000 454,608 98,564 0 280,000 30,000 14,036,818

5,849,237 93,299 0 0 (199,474) 4,935,845 273,253 1,116,373 122,176 150,266 416,307 93,879 0 280,000 32,593 13,163,754

6,238,005 100,000 0 0 (206,415) 4,880,000 287,000 1,080,000 123,000 150,000 420,650 95,475 0 280,000 30,000 13,477,715

TAXES 41010

PROPERTY TAX‐CURRENT

41160 41460

PROPERTY TAX‐DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAX‐60 DAY ACCRUAL

41610 42010 42210

PROPERTY TAX‐SALE IN LIEU OF TAXES TIF DISTRICT TAXES SALES TAX REVENUE

42370 42410

FRANCHISE‐NATURAL GAS FRANCHISE‐ELECTRIC

42450

FRANCHISE‐TELEPHONE

42490 42570

FRANCHISE‐CABLE TV GROSS RCPTS TAX‐UTILITY FUND

42610 42620 42690

GROSS RCPTS TAX‐SANITATION FUND GROSS RCPTS TAX‐EMS FUND FRANCHISE‐COMM SLD WASTE

42850

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX           TOTAL TAXES

5,642,663 111,617 (9,977) 0 (180,666) 5,034,621 402,084 1,159,710 125,583 157,464 391,863 93,153 0 283,841 33,497 13,245,452

LICENSES & PERMITS 43010 43025   43040 43055 43070 43085

3,230 36,422 2,186 699 9,780 32,774 10,068 2,945 803 3,465 700 728 6,280 1,790 1,300 300 4,490 800 150 270 100 1,677 1,603 578 20 1,900

ELECTRICIAN REGISTRATIONS BUILDERS LICENSES PLUMBERS LICENSES MECHANICAL/HVAC ELECTRICAL PERMITS BUILDING PERMITS

43100 43115 43130

PLUMBING PERMITS MECHANICAL PERMITS FENCE PERMITS

43145 43190

CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY CURB & GUTTER & OTHER PERMITS

43235 43250

WRECKER PERMITS GARAGE SALE PERMITS

43280 43295

SOLICITOR PERMITS SIGN PERMITS

43310

TEMPORARY SIGN PERMITS

43325 43340

BURGLAR ALARM PERMITS CIRCUS/CARNIVAL PERMITS

43355 43400 43490

OIL/GAS WELLS FIRE SUPPRESSION SYS PERMITS HOUSE DEMOLITION PERMIT

43505 43535 43550

ANIMAL LICENSES WINE/BEER OFF PREMISE  MIXED BEV W/FOOD & BEV CERTIFICATE

43565

METAL RECYCLING LICENSE

43625

SPECIAL USE PERMIT ‐ OTHER

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2,000 20,000 1,400 700 45,000 33,800 10,000 4,000 1,000 5,000 800 1,600 11,450 1,550 10,000 2,500 11,500 850 225 300 800 1,500 1,500 1,500 250 0

5,085 12,631 731 2,415 31,048 80,447 12,240 5,960 885 5,905 500 1,275 11,675 2,565 2,878 560 9,290 1,125 225 1,610 0 2,086 1,458 510 0 0

6,000 12,000 0 2,750 32,850 72,700 10,000 6,500 1,000 7,275 500 2,550 11,450 250 0 0 11,000 1,000 225 0 0 1,500 1,100 0 0 0


REVENUES 100‐GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

         TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

125,058

169,225

193,103

180,650

3,475 1,516 1,200 4,300 3,600 0 100 675 3,857 16,200 6,685 95,247 27,000 7,430 660 380 1,893 900 0 8 175,125

4,000 4,000 1,000 6,500 6,000 1,000 200 1,500 0 0 0 98,000 10,000 10,525 0 400 1,893 900 0 40 145,958

2,743 1,576 4,710 630 3,920 0 320 675 2,439 11,709 6,560 91,282 3,000 15,964 550 650 1,893 0 0 6 148,628

4,640 1,200 1,000 600 3,500 0 300 1,000 1,850 10,000 10,000 94,000 0 10,000 300 400 1,893 0 0 0 140,683

86,595 13,549 4,250 430,803 36,609 571,806

87,000 15,000 5,000 420,000 35,000 562,000

82,417 11,430 4,925 458,499 43,663 600,934

85,000 10,500 4,000 435,000 35,000 569,500

0 6,687 12,652 0 1,805 7,996 1,249 5,668 0 0 5,331 4,129 710

0 9,750 17,000 500 3,050 9,350 2,600 5,000 0 0 0 25,000 2,500

210 10,584 17,087 0 1,590 11,018 2,095 3,000 0 490 0 1,825 1,922

0 10,000 18,000 0 1,500 10,000 2,500 1,500 0 0 0 2,400 0

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 43640

PLAT APPLICATIONS

43670 43685

RE‐ZONING APP SITE PLAN APP

43700

SPECIAL USE APP ‐ PRIVATE CLUB

43715 43730 43745

VARIANCE APP ZONING BOARD APPEAL DANCE HALLS/SOCIAL CLUBS

43805 45300 45390 45400 45440 45445 45460 45560 45660 45690 45700 45720 45790

FOSTER CARE INSPECTION FEE CONCESSION STAND‐SWIMMING POOL ENTRANCE FEES‐SWIMMING POOL PARTIES‐SWIMMING POOL RNTL/USER REV‐BLDG LEASES RNTL/USER REV‐WILLSBROS RNTL/USER REV‐RECRTNL FAC RNTL/USER REV‐N/L BLD/RM RNTL/USER REV‐TROLLEY RENTAL LAND LEASE‐E HWY 31 LAND LEASE‐TX MOR PLANNING & ZONING FEES P & Z ‐ ORDINANCES, MAPS           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

FINES & FORFEITURES 41760 43865 43880 44010 44260

AD VAL TAX PENALTY & INT LIBRARY FINES FALSE ALARM FINES MUNICIPAL COURT FINES WARRANT FEES‐CITY           TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

OTHER REVENUE 43495

STREET CLOSURE FEES

43895 43910

ANIMAL IMPOUNDING FEES ANIMAL ADOPTION FEES

43925 44760

CODE ENFORCEMENT CRIMINAL HISTORY

45840

COPY REPRODUCTION REVENUE

45850 45860

FINGERPRINTS & COPIES SIGN LEASING

45890 45930

STREET/CURB CUTS FOR TAPS LIEN‐PAVING

45940

LIEN‐MOWING

45970 46085

LIEN‐DEMOLITION INTEREST INCOME‐BANK

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REVENUES 100‐GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

46160

INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS

49020 49040

ELECTRONIC PMT PROCESSING FEE CREDIT/DEBIT CARD PROCESSING FEE

49060

MISC INCOME

49070 49080

RETURNED CHECK FEES PROCEEDS‐SALE/SALVAGE/AUCTION

49110 49120 49130

WISHING FOUNTAIN‐GOV'T CTR RECYLING‐SCRAP METAL, ETC RECYCLING‐OTHER

49140

VENDING MACHINE INCOME

49150 49160 49190 49200 49230 49240 49250 49260 49310 49320 49420

DEMOLITION INCOME MOWING INCOME TXU AGREEMENT INCOME  OTHER ANIMAL SHELTER REV PR YR REF/REC :REFUNDS PR YR REF/REC :RECOVERIES PR YR REF/REC : REBATES PR YR REF/REC : TML REFUND INSURANCE REFUND‐PARKS INSURANCE REFUND‐POLICE OTHER REVENUE

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

11,530 0 0 (658) 210 9,037 0 226 287 714 2,175 5,744 34,614 1,730 6,632 30,672 382 92,952 0 0 424 242,896

50,000 0 0 1,500 300 1,500 100 1,500 0 1,000 0 0 6,000 1,500 8,500 5,000 1,000 60,000 0 0 500 213,150

1,370 4,286 2,855 6,256 160 263,302 0 886 54 334 0 9,400 6,368 2,658 26 8,553 490 53,163 5,824 0 550 416,354

2,000 7,900 5,400 1,000 100 1,500 0 1,000 100 500 0 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 115,400

296,030 1,783 0 4,876 2,513 49,144 146,718 501,063

0 0 0 2,000 1,500 0 0 3,500

0 615 30,000 6,082 1,971 471 0 39,140

0 0 100,000 5,000 1,500 0 0 106,500

0 0 830,000 218,000 0 25,000 25,000 25,000 27,419 1,150,419

97,300 5,000 854,900 218,000 0 65,000 25,000 25,000 0 1,290,200

97,300 0 854,900 218,000 0 25,000 25,000 25,000 830 1,246,030

0 0 864,303 400,551 369,957 25,000 25,000 25,000 500 1,710,311

16,011,820

16,420,851

15,807,944

16,300,759

       TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

GRANTS, CONTRIBUTION  AND DEBT PROCEEDS 48385 48060

DONATION‐ARTS IN PUBLIC PLACES ANIMAL SHELTER CONTRIBUTIONS

49510 49540 49610 49620

INTERGOV REV‐POLICE DEPT COPS GRANT INTERGOV REV‐HOUSING AUTHORITY GRNT REV‐FED‐BULLET PRF VESTS GRANT REVENUE ‐ OTHER

49670

LINE OF CREDIT PROCEEDS           TOTAL GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REV

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47205

TRANSFER FROM PARKS SP REV FUND

47216 48535

TRANSFER FROM SUMMER REC FUND REIMBURSEMENT‐UTIL OPER FUND

48540 48545

REIMBURSEMENT‐SANITATION FUND REIMBURSEMENT‐EMS FUND

49790 49800 49810

FIRE SVCS CONTRACT FR CNTY LIBRARY SVCS CONTRACT FR CNTY ANIMAL SHELTER CONTRACT FR CNTY

49900

REVENUE‐OTHER AGENC'S/CIT           TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV

FUND 100  TOTAL REVENUES

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CITY OF CORSICANA

Sales Tax History Sales Tax Year Revenues 1999 $   3,901,822 2000 $   4,017,404 2001 $   3,988,777 2002 $   4,049,730 2003 $   3,754,585 2004 $   4,155,215 2005 $   4,506,522 2006 $   4,910,743 2007 $   5,025,852 2008 $   5,306,960 2009 $   5,034,621 2010 * $   4,935,845 2011 ^ $   4,880,000 * Projected Ending Balance ^ Budget

$6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Ad Valorem Tax History ‐ General Fund ‐ Current Ad Valorem Year Revenues 1999 $      2,590,896 2000 $      3,411,659 2001 $      3,709,034 2002 $      3,533,470 2003 $      3,731,512 2004 $      3,895,340 2005 $      4,170,063 2006 $      4,522,412 2007 $      5,104,229 2008 $      5,476,810 2009 $      5,642,663 2010 * $      5,849,237 2011 ^ $      6,238,005 * Projected Ending Balance ^ Budget

$7,000,000 $6,000,000  $5,000,000  $4,000,000  $3,000,000  $2,000,000  $1,000,000  $‐ 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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City of Corsicana Franchise/Gross Receipts Revenue Comparison 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011

FISCAL YEARS 2005

BUDGETED AMENDED ADJ ADOPTED ACTUAL LEVY

2006

2007

2008

2009

Budget 2010

Estimate 2010

Budget 2011

COLLECTIONS

Tax Natural Gas

$

285,057

$

372,575

$

349,092

$

372,614

$

402,084

$

400,000

$

273,253

$

287,000

Electricity

1,196,020

1,243,614

1,923,804

1,239,452

1,159,710

1,230,000

1,116,373

1,080,000

Telephone

129,897

131,761

130,695

128,641

125,583

130,000

122,176

123,000

Cable TV

79,721

73,027

74,937

273,125

157,464

275,000

150,266

150,000

Gross Receipts-Utility Fund

315,937

366,146

342,463

418,026

391,863

454,608

416,307

420,650

Gross Receipts-Sanitation Fund Commercial Solid Waste

82,178 241,395

82,006 252,686

92,948 261,410

104,096 278,840

93,153 283,841

98,564 280,000

93,879 280,000

95,475 280,000

TOTAL

$

2,330,205

$

2,521,816

$

3,175,350

$

2,814,794

$

2,613,698

$

2,868,172

$

1,913,633

$

2,868,172

*Gross receipts taxes (franchise fees) are collected from public utilities for the privilege of providing services within the City's limits.  These fees represent 14.94%  of the General Fund budgeted revenues.  * Gas payments are equal to 4% of their gross receipts and are paid to the City in an annual payment received by March 31st.  * Electric companies make quarterly payments for electric fees, which are based on 4% of  kilowatt hours provided to customers within the City of Corsicana.  * Telephone companies make payments based on a fee per number of access.  These payments are received from numerous companies and are received quarterly, with the exception of a few small companies that pay monthly. *Revenue from the cable company is 6% of gross receipts which is remitted quarterly. * Commercial solid waste franchise fees are equal to 10% of their gross receipts of operations within the City's limits.  This is received monthly.   * Utility and Sanitation fees are determined by city policy.  Our current rate is 3% of gross receipts collected.  This is transferred monthly.

$3,500,000

2007 2008

$3,000,000 $2,500,000 

2005

Budget 2011 2009

2006

Estimate 2010

$2,000,000 $1,500,000  $1,000,000  $500,000  $‐

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CITY OF CORSICANA

2011 PROPOSED BUDGET

GENERAL FUND 100 DEPT NUMBER

E X P E N D I T U R E     S U M M A R Y ACTUAL AMENDED DEPARTMENT 2009 2010

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 010 MAYOR/COUNCIL 020 ADMINISTRATION 050 HUMAN RESOURCES 060 CIVIL SERVICE 070 TAX 080 FINANCE 220 HEALTH SERVICES           TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT

28,818 265,922 64,653 63,563 171,000 572,333 33,000 1,199,289

22,573 251,931 59,847 65,748 163,120 531,277 33,000 1,127,495

27,732 265,805 73,167 65,025 123,250 570,515 33,000 1,158,494

84,973 286,377 371,350

111,754 294,392 406,146

111,785 284,240 396,025

109,695 310,856 420,551

4,186,619 3,159,003 5,598 84,271 210,692 7,646,181

4,297,498 3,340,275 14,933 109,246 178,952 7,940,904

4,050,339 3,087,229 14,258 100,535 171,055 7,423,416

4,338,918 3,263,585 16,475 116,776 198,649 7,934,403

145,783 131,481 151,639 428,903

156,949 118,296 168,332 443,577

153,426 110,460 157,694 421,580

162,627 96,523 130,784 389,934

91,848 573,363 2,044,621 2,709,833

105,229 573,072 2,211,511 2,889,812

103,962 555,031 2,212,583 2,871,576

90,168 562,024 2,386,898 3,039,090

1,012,195 114,450 90,149 121,488 500,006 1,838,288

1,002,577 132,166 92,463 109,000 525,880 1,862,086

884,073 124,259 83,959 84,000 481,026 1,657,317

934,355 129,904 83,418 68,914 497,427 1,714,018

39,031 300,071 271,054 610,155

59,553 307,080 224,892 591,525

59,010 292,348 213,644 565,002

59,425 275,828 191,216 526,469

1,261,356 1,261,356

1,045,925 1,045,925

1,115,930 1,115,930

931,188 931,188

16,123,165

16,379,264

15,578,340

16,114,147

         TOTAL JUDICIAL

         TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES 140 INSPECTION 150 PLANNING AND ZONING 350 CODE COMPLIANCE           TOTAL COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES

PUBLIC WORKS 310 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 320 ENGINEERING 330 STREETS           TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS

LEISURE AND CULTURAL 410 PARKS AND RECREATION 420 LAKES AND GROUNDS 430 SR ACTIVITY CENTER 450 SWIMMING POOL 460 LIBRARY           TOTAL LEISURE AND CULTURAL

BUILDING/EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 510 K WOLENS BIC 530 SERVICE CENTER 540 MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS           TOTAL BUILDING/EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

NON‐DEPARTMENTAL 910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL          TOTAL NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

PROPOSED 2011

26,858 305,981 97,453 85,932 165,090 542,785 33,000 1,257,099

JUDICIAL 030 LEGAL 040 MUNICIPAL COURT PUBLIC SAFETY 110 POLICE 120 FIRE 130 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 210 ANIMAL CONTROL 215 ANIMAL SHELTER

ESTIMATE 2010

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100‐010 MAYOR AND COUNCIL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51210 51530 51610 51750

MEETING ALLOWANCE AUTO ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

6,600 16,500 1,205 0 24,305

6,600 16,500 1,768 0 24,868

6,600 12,083 1,429 10 20,123

6,600 16,500 1,056 26 24,182

93 0 93

500 0 500

500 0 500

500 100 600

2,312 0 148 2,460

3,000 200 250 3,450

1,500 200 250 1,950

2,500 200 250 2,950

26,858

28,818

22,573

27,732

SUPPLIES 52100 53820

CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC. OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52140 52165

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 100‐010 MAYOR/COUNCIL

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100‐020 ADMINISTRATION, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

155,155 64 2,790 957 4,200 900 11,242 24,812 11,112 0 211,233

152,494 0 2,940 1,100 4,200 900 12,365 26,872 12,706 0 213,577

151,907 16 1,960 733 3,500 900 10,916 25,925 12,096 132 208,086

152,493 0 3,084 1,100 4,200 900 12,376 28,364 14,738 205 217,460

606 943 1,032 0 79 0 629 142 3,432

1,500 825 420 0 300 300 1,000 300 4,645

1,500 825 420 0 300 300 1,000 300 4,645

1,500 825 420 0 300 300 1,000 300 4,645

2,389 7,684 389 2,764 37,979 324 36,709 2,685 90,923

3,000 8,500 400 2,500 12,000 3,000 15,000 2,300 46,700

3,000 8,500 400 2,500 10,000 1,500 10,000 2,300 38,200

2,600 8,500 800 2,500 10,000 3,000 13,000 2,300 42,700

0 68 326 394

0 500 500 1,000

0 500 500 1,000

0 500 500 1,000

305,981

265,922

251,931

265,805

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52055 52065 53190 53340 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFF MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR FOOD SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52165 55010 55030 55220 56260

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS GENERAL SERVICES GEN SVCS‐WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54610 54630 54650

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOM EQUIP MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐020 ADMINISTRATION

23


100‐030 LEGAL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51130 51610 51750

SAL & WGS‐ELECTED‐WGS EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

36,000 2,754 0 38,754

36,000 2,754 0 38,754

36,000 2,754 31 38,785

36,000 2,754 41 38,795

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS PROMOTIONAL ADV & MATERIALS EXPENSE FOR JURY POOL LEGAL SVCS‐OUTSIDE COUNSEL LEGAL SVCS‐CONTRACT‐CITY ATTORNEY LEGAL SVCS‐OTHER SVCS CITY ATTORNEY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER           TOTAL SERVICES

219 0 224 10,703 12,000 23,073 0 46,219

2,500 0 1,500 5,000 12,000 52,000 0 73,000

2,500 0 1,500 5,000 12,000 52,000 0 73,000

2,400 0 1,500 4,000 12,000 50,000 1,000 70,900

84,973

111,754

111,785

109,695

SERVICES 52135 52160 52200 55060 55080 55090 55220

TOTAL 100‐030 LEGAL

24


100‐040 MUNICIPAL COURT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51130 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐ELECTED OFFICIAL‐W/TMRS SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

134,784 1,910 48,547 1,873 2,382 1,457 4,025 900 14,242 29,352 29,598 0 269,068

126,466 2,000 55,162 570 2,760 2,200 4,200 900 14,937 31,823 29,774 0 270,792

125,944 0 55,162 137 1,840 1,467 3,500 900 13,216 30,791 29,625 157 262,740

129,788 0 55,162 250 3,120 2,750 4,200 900 15,007 34,394 34,874 240 280,685

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

2,758 5,329 3,295 0 11,382

4,500 7,000 4,500 0 16,000

2,500 9,000 4,500 0 16,000

4,500 8,000 4,500 4,571 21,571

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CLIENT ASST‐COMPUTER SFTWR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

2,703 1,513 0 177 0 0 346 1,038 5,777

2,000 1,500 200 300 100 0 1,000 1,000 6,100

1,000 1,200 100 100 100 0 1,000 1,000 4,500

2,500 1,500 200 300 100 0 1,000 1,000 6,600

0 0 150 150

500 500 500 1,500

500 250 250 1,000

1,000 500 500 2,000

286,377

294,392

284,240

310,856

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52055

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52165 55100 58055 55220 56260

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54630

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER EQUIP           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐040 MUNICIPAL COURT

25


100‐050 HUMAN RESOURCES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

45,490 5,313 1,399 144 3,462 742 4,402 7,929 6,731 0 75,612

33,490 4,800 422 330 2,520 540 3,221 6,700 3,630 0 55,653

33,278 3,282 281 220 2,100 540 2,966 5,961 4,389 34 53,052

34,632 3,744 908 330 2,520 540 3,265 6,826 4,247 55 57,067

619 618 242 1,270 192 3,527 6,469

900 1,000 300 500 0 0 2,700

650 650 300 0 0 0 1,600

650 650 250 500 0 2,000 4,050

929 0 1,340 58 9,384 0 0 2,798 864 15,372

1,500 150 1,000 200 0 200 0 2,500 750 6,300

500 0 1,000 200 70 175 0 2,500 750 5,195

1,400 0 1,200 200 5,650 250 0 2,600 750 12,050

97,453

64,653

59,847

73,167

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52040 52065 52100

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE EDUC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ ‐ COMPUTER HRDWR/SFTW CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52125 52135 52140 52165 55100 58055 55220 56260

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CLIENT ASST‐COMPUTER SFTWR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 100‐050 HUMAN RESOURCES

26


100‐060 CIVIL SERVICE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

10,523 5,448 21 0 441 95 1,161 1,475 (762) 0 18,401

22,327 3,200 576 220 1,680 360 2,170 4,184 2,421 0 37,138

25,130 4,411 384 147 1,400 360 2,346 3,974 1,595 27 39,773

23,088 1,248 605 220 1,680 360 2,081 4,551 2,832 35 36,700

579 304 401 1,283

800 500 400 1,700

800 300 400 1,500

500 300 400 1,200

2,830 714 440 0 2,672 59,417 174 66,247

4,550 900 6,000 100 3,000 10,000 175 24,725

4,550 750 6,000 0 3,000 10,000 175 24,475

4,500 750 6,000 0 5,700 10,000 175 27,125

85,932

63,563

65,748

65,025

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52165 55010 55060 56260

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS GENERAL SERVICES LEGAL SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 100‐060 CIVIL SERVICE

27


100‐070 TAX, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICES 55140 55160

TAX APPRAISAL SERVICES TAX COLLECTION SERVICES           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 100‐070 TAX

28

114,669 50,421 165,090

121,000 50,000 171,000

116,120 47,000 163,120

116,750 6,500 123,250

165,090

171,000

163,120

123,250


100‐080 FINANCE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

290,379 18,190 1,148 5,225 1,017 3,150 675 23,941 45,311 40,024 0 429,060

291,112 10,000 214 5,484 3,850 4,200 900 24,156 50,833 41,834 0 432,583

291,247 4,160 0 3,656 2,567 3,500 900 22,591 48,817 41,842 255 419,535

301,538 7,488 0 5,448 3,850 4,200 900 24,742 55,391 48,998 410 452,965

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE EDUC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ ‐ FURNITURE OTHER‐FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

6,376 5,835 3,918 222 0 3,032 754 0 0 20,136

7,500 6,000 4,000 250 250 2,000 250 50 250 20,550

5,100 4,875 3,300 0 0 400 0 0 240 13,915

5,750 6,000 4,000 0 2,500 1,000 0 0 250 19,500

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISING‐ELECTIONS ADVERTISING‐BUDGET ADVERTISING‐ORDINANCES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BANKING SERVICES GEN SVCS GEN SVCS‐MUNICIPAL CODE UPDATE AUDITING & FINANCIAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER ELECTION: CONTRACT WITH COUNTY ELECTION: TRANSLATION SVCS CONTRACT SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

13,132 795 5,162 1,104 1,257 3,001 2,718 464 0 0 7,547 17,000 276 7,370 7,911 75 0 6,533 74,345

10,000 850 6,150 800 6,000 2,500 3,000 500 0 500 5,000 25,000 400 8,000 14,700 500 2,250 6,100 92,250

6,300 200 2,475 300 1,500 3,000 1,050 375 400 0 3,205 16,000 150 32 3,040 0 0 8,000 46,027

7,500 350 3,000 800 3,500 3,000 3,000 500 1,000 0 5,000 25,000 150 1,000 9,000 250 1,000 8,000 72,050

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOM           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 1,668 17,575 19,243

250 1,700 25,000 26,950

300 500 51,000 51,800

500 500 25,000 26,000

542,785

572,333

531,277

570,515

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52040 52055 52065 52085 53280 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52145 52150 52155 52165 52210 55010 55030 55040 55100 55220 55240 55250 55260 56260

MAINTENANCE 55680 54610 54630

TOTAL 100‐080 FINANCE

29


100‐110 POLICE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51290 51310 51330 51350 51370 51450 51470 51510 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY SENIORITY PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EDUCATION PAY SHIFT PAY OUT OF CLASS PAY HIRING INCENTIVE PAY HIRING REFFERAL PAY UNIFORM PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOCIAL SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

2,335,248 35,724 128,996 39,055 21,063 179,882 17,638 14,637 3,671 6,040 46,000 1,100 29,998 5,653 6,772 213,958 424,576 313,250 0 3,823,262

2,410,217 35,000 90,000 50,214 32,500 204,000 16,500 15,000 4,000 6,000 20,000 1,200 32,250 4,200 7,500 221,826 476,254 353,387 0 3,980,048

2,324,600 35,131 30,163 33,476 21,667 181,750 16,625 16,200 3,630 7,210 18,000 0 32,375 3,500 8,100 203,872 449,189 333,981 21,597 3,741,066

2,420,205 35,000 30,000 42,766 32,450 204,000 16,800 16,200 4,000 6,000 4,000 0 33,750 4,200 9,300 218,689 495,061 413,584 31,913 4,017,918

POLICE‐SPECIAL OPER/TACTICAL OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING EDUC MATERIAL & SUPPLIES NON‐AP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFFICE MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMMUNICTIONS EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE NON‐CAP ACQ‐OTHER CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES LABORATORY SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES ANIMAL FOOD UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY SUPPLIES AMMUNITION & MISC POLICE SUPPLIES INVESTIGATIVE SUPPLIES

8,241 11,630 4,788 3,266 151 4,584 3,342 0 0 1,408 7,004 1,576 3,234 45 222 235 1,279 0 1,292 1,539 24,874 74,978 365 0 7,301 1,087

1,000 10,000 4,500 3,100 200 2,500 3,000 500 0 1,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 500 500 2,500 200 1,500 2,500 14,750 90,000 500 100 6,000 1,100

800 9,500 4,200 3,500 200 6,700 500 500 0 1,200 3,689 1,000 2,500 0 200 450 750 150 1,100 1,100 12,000 89,000 350 100 5,800 1,100

1,000 10,000 4,500 3,500 200 4,000 1,000 500 0 2,000 6,400 8,000 0 0 300 500 1,000 200 1,000 1,200 6,000 90,000 500 100 7,000 1,500

SUPPLIES 51910 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52040 52045 52050 52055 52065 52075 52085 52095 52100 53010 53070 53100 53190 53220 53310 53340 53460 53490 53670 53700

30


100‐110 POLICE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 53820

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

2,712 165,153

2,700 158,150

19,000 165,389

18,000 168,400

41,594 1,252 2,948 2,070 2,430 0 422 14,161 1,100 207 0 7,018 0 0 808 10,766 553 10,550 370 96,250

40,000 500 2,500 1,000 1,500 0 500 13,000 2,500 200 0 4,000 0 0 1,000 6,000 700 11,000 400 84,800

20,000 200 4,000 700 1,200 0 750 12,000 1,000 200 54 2,500 0 0 800 3,000 200 11,000 0 57,604

30,000 300 3,000 1,000 1,200 0 750 12,500 1,500 200 0 2,000 1,000 6,250 1,000 3,000 0 11,000 0 74,700

195 105 2,763 65,604 13,598 0 350 19,339 101,953

500 500 1,000 55,000 12,000 0 500 5,000 74,500

0 0 500 60,000 10,500 0 200 4,500 75,700

0 0 800 60,000 11,000 0 400 5,700 77,900

0 0

0 0

10,580 10,580

0 0

4,186,619

4,297,498

4,050,339

4,338,918

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52175 52190 52270 52375 55030 55010 55100 55105 55108 55130 55220 56010 56260 56385

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS VOLUNTEER & RESERVE SERVICES SHIPPING & FREIGHT SRVICES NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER POLICE‐SPECIAL OPERATIONS WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PRISONER CARE ‐ MEDICAL PRISONER CARE ‐ TRANSPORTS VETERINARY SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐WATER           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54630 54650 54670 54710 54810 55680

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOMM. MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIP MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

CAPITAL 58910

CAP EXP‐MACHINERY & EQUIP ‐ GRANT           TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY

TOTAL 100‐110 POLICE

31


100‐120 FIRE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51290 51310 51330 51370 51510 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY SENIORITY PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EDUCATION PAY OUT OF CLASS PAY UNIFORM PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOS SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

1,712,005 215 115,600 41,174 11,326 212,050 73,788 14,323 10,362 14,577 4,200 3,000 166,438 311,041 237,683 0 2,927,781

1,723,757 0 135,000 42,078 20,900 244,800 80,100 14,100 10,000 15,120 4,200 3,000 175,420 321,510 229,073 0 3,019,058

1,632,521 0 119,900 29,542 13,933 224,100 76,788 16,195 14,857 14,123 3,500 3,000 160,835 300,705 219,851 14,423 2,844,272

1,644,873 0 135,000 43,146 19,250 237,600 76,800 16,620 10,000 13,860 4,200 3,000 168,633 309,433 247,441 20,829 2,950,685

4,408 1,592 134 4,195 30,704 2,422 6,875 3,524 406 718 2,086 416 0 761 0 3,302 254 586 0 16,835 17,047 0 150 944 0 0 476 97,837

4,000 1,500 500 5,500 30,000 500 4,500 5,000 2,000 5,000 3,000 1,000 2,400 1,000 300 0 2,000 750 600 22,000 34,500 2,000 0 1,000 450 650 2,000 132,150

3,000 1,000 500 4,500 18,000 0 2,500 1,000 2,000 1,000 1,000 250 0 1,000 700 0 2,000 750 0 16,000 22,000 1,000 0 0 850 450 2,000 81,500

4,000 1,500 500 5,500 30,000 2,500 4,500 3,000 2,000 2,000 0 6,000 0 1,000 700 0 2,000 750 0 22,000 35,000 1,000 0 1,000 450 800 2,000 128,200

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52040 52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 52075 52085 52100 53010 53070 53130 53190 53280 53310 53340 53460 53520 53610 53670 53700 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING EDUC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQU‐FURNITURE/FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP & DEV NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES MEDICAL AND VET SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES OTHER FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER OTHER‐EDUC & REC SUPPLIES AMMUNITION INVESTIGATIVE SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

32


100‐120 FIRE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52230 52270 52395 55030 55100 55220 55270 56010 56260 56635

TRAVEL AND TRAINING LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERV NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES ‐ OTHER WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SVCS‐OTHER TESTING/LAB SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

5,522 3,220 2,015 706 0 411 3,320 4,210 0 2,585 17 975 13,939 7,495 4,798 49,213

24,000 4,000 4,000 800 100 900 4,500 0 400 3,000 2,000 2,300 13,617 7,150 7,300 74,067

10,000 6,000 4,000 0 0 900 4,500 452 0 1,000 1,000 2,300 14,042 7,026 5,437 56,657

24,000 6,000 4,000 200 0 1,000 4,500 0 0 3,000 2,000 2,000 10,000 7,000 5,500 69,200

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOM MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIP MAINT‐REPAIR‐TEST‐PROT. EQUIP. MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

4,907 23 98 44,936 8,047 5,363 9,672 11,127 84,172

5,000 1,000 2,000 65,000 10,000 8,500 13,500 10,000 115,000

3,500 1,000 800 65,000 8,500 8,500 13,500 4,000 104,800

5,000 1,000 2,000 65,000 10,000 8,500 14,000 10,000 115,500

3,159,003

3,340,275

3,087,229

3,263,585

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54630 54650 54670 54710 54830 55680

TOTAL 100‐120 FIRE

33


100‐130 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SUPPLIES 52015 52020 53790

PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE EMER MGMT MATERIALS/SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

0 0 0 0

0 0 600 600

0 0 0 0

200 0 600 800

0 0 0 2,500 0 3,000 5,500

0 75 3,000 2,500 558 2,000 8,133

0 0 3,000 2,500 558 2,000 8,058

1,200 75 3,000 2,500 700 2,000 9,475

98 0 98

1,200 5,000 6,200

1,200 5,000 6,200

1,200 5,000 6,200

5,598

14,933

14,258

16,475

SERVICES 52115 52135 55220 52235 56010 52395

TRAINING & EDUCATIONAL DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CODE RED: CITY CONTRACT  UTIL‐ELECTRICITY GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54710 54810

MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐130 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

34


100‐140 INSPECTIONS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

74,659 64 36 450 614 840 780 5,678 11,714 6,825 0 101,659

77,319 0 0 750 1,210 840 780 6,209 13,493 13,088 0 113,689

77,275 0 0 766 807 700 780 5,887 13,363 11,691 117 111,386

77,318 0 0 906 1,210 840 780 6,201 14,211 15,325 171 116,962

0 942 62 0 446 0 1,451

300 670 110 0 240 0 1,320

300 670 110 0 240 0 1,320

300 700 200 300 250 450 2,200

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER INSPECTION SERVICES CONTRACT SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

1,373 0 29 0 0 0 0 38 0 8,680 29,359 622 40,102

1,325 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,800 23,345 570 32,040

535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,370 23,345 570 30,820

1,325 200 250 0 100 0 520 0 300 6,000 24,000 570 33,265

MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOM MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

1,398 1,173 2,571

9,900 0 9,900

9,900 0 9,900

9,900 300 10,200

145,783

156,949

153,426

162,627

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART‐TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 53310 53340 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52395 55030 55100 55220 55230 55610 56260

MAINTENANCE 54630 54650

TOTAL 100‐140 INSPECTIONS

35


100‐150 PLANNING AND ZONING, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

71,268 0 0 1,590 1,463 2,520 540 5,860 11,708 18,550 0 0 113,498

69,727 0 0 823 1,018 2,520 540 5,725 12,441 11,032 0 0 103,826

60,171 0 0 549 679 2,100 540 4,862 10,604 12,331 49 6,810 98,694

47,145 0 0 612 605 2,520 540 3,934 9,016 7,706 65 3,405 75,548

988 408 1,630 19 0 0 88 3,132

1,220 420 1,000 235 350 700 525 4,450

1,220 420 957 0 0 700 455 3,752

2,500 850 1,000 250 350 800 825 6,575

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTED SERVICES ‐ OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

1,488 206 500 9,368 237 0 0 908 908 1,139 14,752

1,350 0 120 6,500 240 0 0 510 0 1,000 9,720

954 0 0 5,800 180 0 0 0 0 1,000 7,934

1,800 100 400 6,500 300 0 0 1,000 0 1,200 11,300

COMP & TELECOM EQPT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 98 98

0 300 300

40 40 80

2,800 300 3,100

131,481

118,296

110,460

96,523

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52065 53010 53340 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52395 55100 55220 55610 56260

MAINTENANCE 54630 54650

TOTAL 100‐150 PLANNING AND ZONING

36


100‐210 ANIMAL CONTROL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51310 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

46,251 3,787 1,960 608 0 100 4,015 7,196 8,837 0 72,753

64,187 0 0 336 1,375 0 5,042 10,956 14,770 0 96,666

38,105 22,341 1,006 224 917 600 4,712 9,707 10,565 403 88,580

64,190 0 1,000 528 1,375 600 5,179 11,868 17,317 764 102,821

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HRDWR/SFWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES ANIMAL FOOD UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES AMMUNITION  OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

563 78 126 413 0 559 78 0 34 34 0 168 644 1,992 65 130 649 5,533

800 100 80 500 100 1,000 0 100 500 50 50 200 500 2,500 100 200 600 7,380

100 313 41 103 0 963 0 0 500 85 25 134 850 2,123 50 154 1,797 7,237

600 275 180 400 0 1,000 500 100 0 100 0 200 500 2,500 100 100 1,500 8,055

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES VETERINARY SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

175 0 100 0 588 875 0 200 363 2,302

600 100 100 50 500 100 50 0 600 2,100

724 100 0 0 250 464 250 0 210 1,998

1,050 100 100 50 200 250 250 0 500 2,500

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52045 52055 52065 52085 53070 53190 53220 53310 53340 53460 53670 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52190 55100 55130 55220 56260

37


100‐210 ANIMAL CONTROL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54650 54670 54810 55680

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐210 ANIMAL CONTROL

38

0 0 3,045 110 0 527 3,682

0 0 1,900 100 100 1,000 3,100

0 0 2,261 50 0 409 2,720

0 0 2,200 100 100 1,000 3,400

84,271

109,246

100,535

116,776


100‐215 ANIMAL SHELTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51310 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

78,711 30,666 8,284 734 120 100 9,026 12,632 18,121 0 0 158,393

65,350 33,964 713 360 1,375 0 5,132 11,153 14,775 0 0 132,822

63,225 26,003 1,544 240 917 600 6,936 10,983 11,826 335 2,461 125,071

65,353 33,964 2,000 534 1,375 600 7,943 12,248 17,329 1,173 0 142,519

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFFICE MACHINE NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTW NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE NON‐CAP ACQ‐OTHER MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES ANIMAL FOOD UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES EXP ‐ ANIMAL SHTR GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

1,164 978 24 5,557 0 314 384 149 0 0 70 0 0 9,082 35 929 822 5 1,824 1,653 22,989

900 1,000 100 4,500 200 400 700 500 500 0 0 600 0 8,000 0 600 1,200 30 1,500 1,000 21,730

697 1,083 173 4,500 0 79 0 500 0 0 0 600 0 9,728 24 2,126 172 0 538 3,240 23,461

900 1,450 150 5,000 200 400 700 500 500 100 0 600 0 12,000 50 750 1,750 30 1,500 3,000 29,580

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTECES PUBILC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SHIPPING/FREIGHT SERVICES EQUIPMENT RENTAL MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES VETERINARY SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

1,336 0 100 1,701 78 16 239 999 3,389 4,042 10,337

2,500 200 250 1,000 300 50 500 500 500 400 10,000

1,237 271 50 0 0 0 1,180 1,978 334 2,234 8,491

2,000 350 250 1,000 300 50 1,300 1,500 500 800 10,000

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 52075 52085 52095 53070 53190 53220 53310 53340 53460 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52190 52270 55100 55130 55220 56010

39


100‐215 ANIMAL SHELTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 56260 56635

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS          TOTAL SERVICES

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

404 1,237 23,877

500 2,200 18,900

402 2,209 18,386

500 2,500 21,050

0 0 75 172 5,179 5,426

500 500 200 300 4,000 5,500

0 0 0 244 3,894 4,138

500 500 200 300 4,000 5,500

6 6

0 0

0 0

0 0

210,692

178,952

171,055

198,649

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54670 54810 55680

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MISC‐OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

SUNDRY 52405

CASH OVER/SHORT           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 100‐215 ANIMAL SHELTER

40


100‐220 HEALTH SERVICES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SUNDRY 57385

CONTRIB‐HEALTH SERVICES           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 100‐220 HEALTH SERVICES

41

33,000 33,000

33,000 33,000

33,000 33,000

33,000 33,000

33,000

33,000

33,000

33,000


100‐310 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, CONTINUED  

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51250 51270 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

42,464 366 578 600 3,431 6,664 5,937 0 60,039

41,663 444 550 600 3,310 7,192 5,975 0 59,734

41,502 296 367 600 3,272 7,101 5,944 36 59,117

41,662 516 550 600 3,315 7,597 6,991 55 61,286

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR           TOTAL SUPPLIES

205 3 20,705 20,914

200 50 29,325 29,575

200 50 29,325 29,575

200 50 18,000 18,250

TRAVEL & EDUCATION UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS CLIENT ASSIST‐COMPUTERS           TOTAL SERVICES

2,295 0 5,600 7,895

1,800 300 0 2,100

1,150 300 0 1,450

900 300 0 1,200

MAINT‐COMPUTER/TELECOMM          TOTAL MAINTENANCE

3,000 3,000

13,820 13,820

13,820 13,820

9,432 9,432

91,848

105,229

103,962

90,168

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52065

SERVICES 52115 56260 58055

MAINTENANCE 54630

TOTAL 100‐310 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

42


100‐320 ENGINEERING, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

335,743 0 3,756 2,829 4,200 1,800 25,864 52,744 41,703 0 468,638

333,565 0 4,302 3,850 4,200 2,400 26,647 57,908 42,000 0 474,872

331,996 768 2,868 2,567 3,500 1,800 25,815 56,977 37,553 388 464,231

301,149 0 3,660 3,300 4,200 1,800 24,029 55,071 42,170 530 435,909

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFF MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES OTHER FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

886 769 596 603 433 6,494 0 37 552 2,359 0 695 13,423

1,000 800 300 1,000 2,000 9,000 100 150 400 2,500 200 1,600 19,050

1,000 800 300 0 2,000 9,000 100 150 400 2,500 200 1,600 18,050

1,000 900 300 1,800 2,000 10,600 100 150 400 2,500 200 1,600 21,550

TRAVEL & EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CIVIL SERV‐ENG, ARCH & SURV PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTED SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

3,336 0 235 1,291 3,903 0 0 0 67,539 4,269 3,815 2,476 86,864

3,000 500 500 1,000 1,500 300 100 150 20,000 20,000 25,000 1,800 73,850

3,000 500 500 1,000 1,000 100 100 150 20,000 20,000 19,700 1,800 67,850

3,000 500 500 1,000 1,500 300 100 150 20,000 39,315 31,100 1,800 99,265

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 4,144 229 0 65 4,438

800 3,600 600 150 150 5,300

400 3,600 600 150 150 4,900

800 3,600 600 150 150 5,300

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

573,363

573,072

555,031

562,024

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52045 52050 52065 53010 53280 53310 53340 53460 53820

SERVICES 52115 52125 52130 52135 52140 52165 52190 55100 55110 55220 55610 56260

MAINTENANCE 54610 54630 54650 54670 54710

SUNDRY 59252

TRANSFER TO HOME GRANT FUND           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 100‐320 ENGINEERING

43


100‐330 STREET, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51310 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

535,798 1,626 18,918 12,834 5,893 23 2,059 719 43,761 87,366 97,597 0 0 806,593

545,937 4,000 3,135 12,555 9,350 180 2,100 750 44,219 95,429 100,906 0 0 818,561

531,920 640 2,621 8,370 6,233 0 1,855 750 41,842 91,696 97,557 10,677 6,357 800,520

526,179 4,000 3,000 13,689 8,800 450 2,100 750 42,762 97,300 111,322 14,524 3,179 828,055

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFF MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ HDWR/SFWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRMTS & APPARATUS CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY SUPPLIES SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

980 57 214 0 255 1,002 0 0 0 55 14,216 3,485 41,169 1,570 20,348 1,483 0 4,744 89,579

1,900 400 150 750 3,500 1,500 3,000 0 3,200 350 30,000 4,000 65,000 1,500 22,000 0 0 5,000 142,250

1,000 300 100 750 1,001 1,500 3,000 0 0 350 30,000 3,600 65,000 1,000 19,500 3,000 0 32,000 162,101

1,400 400 150 950 3,250 11,823 3,000 350 3,000 350 30,000 3,700 51,500 1,000 19,000 2,500 15,500 5,000 152,873

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERVICES NON CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTED LABOR

931 0 248 853 218 0 296 3,230 1,178 18,641 3,808

3,000 500 550 1,000 750 200 6,000 2,500 900 15,000 3,000

0 350 550 1,000 750 100 6,000 2,000 900 15,000 2,500

2,500 250 550 750 750 200 5,000 2,500 900 13,750 2,500

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52065 52070 53130 53310 53340 53460 53490 53520 53750 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52230 52270 55010 55100 55220 55260

44


100‐330 STREET, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 55610 56260 56885

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

OTHER CONTRACTED SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐STREET LIGHTS           TOTAL SERVICES

837 2,163 352,718 385,123

15,000 2,300 400,000 450,700

15,000 2,300 400,000 446,450

13,500 2,300 364,970 410,420

MAINT‐STREETS, RDWYS & SDWLKS MAINT‐JOINT & CRACK SEAL MAINT‐SEAL COAT MAINT‐ STREET RECONSTRUCTION MAINT‐SIDEWALKS MAINT‐DIST/COLLECTION SYSTEM MAINT‐STORM SEWERS & DRAINAGE MAINT‐DRAINAGE‐S. 9TH MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐STREET LIGHTS MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

230,413 49,894 55,050 279,520 0 0 43 0 140,816 2,105 4,414 590 480 763,327

220,000 38,889 77,778 233,333 55,000 0 30,000 0 125,000 1,000 5,000 3,000 11,000 800,000

220,000 38,859 77,778 233,333 55,000 1,832 30,000 459 125,000 750 5,000 4,500 11,000 803,512

230,000 50,000 100,000 380,000 55,000 1,300 30,000 0 125,000 250 5,000 4,000 15,000 995,550

2,044,621

2,211,511

2,212,583

2,386,898

MAINTENANCE 54050 54070 54090 54110 54130 54170 54230 54270 54650 54670 54710 54770 54810

TOTAL 100‐330 STREET

45


100‐350 CODE COMPLIANCE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

88,584 0 0 1,050 1,156 840 1,380 7,090 14,078 13,826 0 0 128,004

87,588 0 0 988 1,348 840 1,380 7,088 15,403 14,583 0 0 129,218

73,605 0 0 659 899 700 1,105 5,878 12,755 11,154 120 11,160 118,034

51,615 0 0 792 798 840 780 4,194 9,612 10,105 128 5,580 84,444

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

782 711 1,771 343 17 149 3,495 136 7,405

500 1,200 840 580 30 150 1,030 220 4,550

0 1,200 840 580 0 0 3,691 24 6,335

500 1,400 840 580 100 600 2,000 750 6,770

TRAVEL & EDUCATION SERVICES‐LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRTNS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT LABOR OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

2,079 222 135 394 208 0 948 3,268 6,543 1,291 15,088

1,200 222 135 650 270 0 572 28,345 910 1,100 33,404

664 0 20 650 46 0 0 28,345 910 1,100 31,735

2,300 200 135 675 300 0 1,000 28,500 900 1,100 35,110

745 745 100 0 1,590

3,300 1,060 100 0 4,460

157,694

130,784

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52065 53010 53310 53340 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 55100 55220 55260 55610 56260

MAINTENANCE 54630 54650 54710 54810

0 1,133 10 0 1,143

MAINT‐COMP & TELECOM EQPT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIP MAINT‐ MISC.           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

151,639

TOTAL 100‐350 CODE COMPLIANCE

46

0 1,060 100 0 1,160

168,332


100‐410 PARKS AND RECREATION, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

403,066 57,374 24,730 9,198 3,190 4,200 1,500 37,077 67,556 75,840 0 0 683,731

402,516 50,000 2,993 10,074 7,150 4,200 1,500 36,601 71,227 77,123 0 0 663,384

374,347 27,743 149 6,716 4,767 3,500 1,500 30,407 64,912 69,447 2,500 13,609 599,596

339,805 40,000 5,000 9,804 5,500 4,200 1,500 31,045 64,136 69,657 3,733 6,805 581,185

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING EDUC MATERIALS & SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐ MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFT NON‐CAP ACQ‐RECREATIONAL NON‐CAP ACQ‐OTHER CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC. PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES AG & BOTANICAL SUPPLIES MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES CONCESSION PRODUCTS & SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY  SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES LIGHTING & DECORATIVE SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES FREEDOM FIELD FLAGS/SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

565 130 299 6,895 579 0 1,351 1,234 0 0 0 290 0 0 1,872 0 1,986 16 1,213 23,373 70 0 109 72 2,040 3,300 0 45,396

500 300 300 10,000 1,000 35 1,200 1,000 0 0 0 0 50 250 2,500 100 6,000 100 0 37,000 200 55 100 185 4,000 3,200 0 68,075

500 200 300 7,000 400 35 1,200 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 250 2,500 100 4,000 100 63 27,000 200 55 100 185 4,000 25,000 0 77,188

500 300 300 12,000 1,000 0 2,000 2,500 1,000 0 1,000 500 0 250 2,500 100 6,000 0 2,000 27,500 200 55 150 185 4,000 25,000 2,000 91,040

0

770

0

750

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52040 52045 52050 52055 52065 52080 52095 52100 53010 53040 53070 53130 53250 53310 53340 53460 53490 53520 53550 53640 53820 53845

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL & EDUCATION

47


100‐410 PARKS AND RECREATION, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 52130 52135 52140 52160 52165 52230 52260 52270 55010 55100 55220 56010 56260 56635

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PROMOTIONAL ADV & MATERIALS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERVICES LAND & BUILDING RENTAL NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

590 463 1,260 1,723 682 123 0 0 29 803 576 93,729 1,933 2,348 104,258

300 500 2,850 2,000 1,200 200 800 200 500 1,600 800 95,000 2,500 3,200 112,420

315 500 750 500 700 200 800 200 1,000 600 800 95,000 2,500 3,200 107,065

600 500 2,850 2,000 1,200 200 0 200 1,000 1,600 800 95,000 2,500 3,200 112,400

MAINT‐PARK & REC FACILITIES MAINT‐REC FAC‐RESTROOMS MAINT‐REC FAC‐FIELDS MAINT‐REC FAC‐PARKING LOT MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PARK GROUNDS MAINT‐PARK FAC‐JOGGING PATHS MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PK AMENITIES MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PARKING LOTS MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

319 5,425 10,266 2,282 53,518 13,378 20,429 908 2,514 0 17,643 6,587 16,079 11 4,451 153,811

0 7,500 15,000 2,000 55,500 8,000 16,500 1,000 5,500 250 15,000 448 15,000 500 11,500 153,698

524 3,000 5,000 2,000 40,000 4,000 5,000 1,000 1,500 100 10,000 250 12,000 350 10,500 95,224

4,500 4,500 7,000 2,000 58,230 7,000 16,500 1,000 4,500 250 11,000 500 9,000 750 18,000 144,730

25,000 25,000

5,000 5,000

5,000 5,000

5,000 5,000

1,012,195

1,002,577

884,073

934,355

MAINTENANCE 54310 54350 54370 54390 54410 54430 54450 54470 54570 54610 54650 54670 54710 54810 55680

SUNDRY 59802

TRANS OUT TO SUMMER RECREATION FUND           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 100‐410 PARKS AND RECREATION

48


100‐420 LAKES AND GROUNDS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

31,892 3,137 815 780 578 2,801 5,118 5,904 0 51,026

32,871 7,000 285 858 550 3,180 5,747 5,935 0 56,426

32,701 3,555 0 572 367 2,773 5,591 5,912 307 51,777

32,870 7,000 285 930 550 3,186 6,073 6,955 500 58,349

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT NON‐CAP ACQ‐PARKS PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES AG & BOTANICAL SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES CONCESSION PRODUCTS & SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES LIGHTING & DECORATIVE SUPPLIES SHOP PARTS & SUPPLIES BATTERIES (NON‐VEHICLE) OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

41 0 2,202 100 685 109 0 2,557 0 0 0 418 0 64 5,972 0 0 20 61 118 338 0 598 13,283

50 30 2,500 140 500 300 250 2,450 0 50 500 1,105 35 0 7,800 50 0 50 0 750 350 30 500 17,440

30 0 1,800 75 500 300 250 1,000 12 50 500 1,105 35 0 7,800 50 0 50 35 750 350 30 4,000 18,722

50 30 2,000 140 500 300 250 1,000 0 50 500 1,100 0 200 7,800 50 0 50 35 500 350 50 6,000 20,955

0 0 108 0 274 0

300 50 200 0 300 100

0 0 200 0 231 100

0 50 200 500 300 100

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52080 52095 53010 53040 53130 53250 53310 53340 53460 53490 53520 53550 53640 53730 53760 53820

SERVICES 52115 52165 52270 52395 55100 55260

TRAVEL & EDUCATION PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CONTRACT LABOR

49


100‐420 LAKES AND GROUNDS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 56010 56260

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS          TOTAL SERVICES

15,243 0 15,625

15,500 1,200 17,650

15,500 1,200 17,231

15,500 1,200 17,850

MAINT‐PARK & REC FACILITIES MAINT‐REC FAC‐RESTROOMS MAINT‐REC FAC‐FIELDS MAINT‐REC FAC‐PARKING LOT MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PARK GROUNDS MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PK AMENITIES MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PARKING LOTS MAINT‐PARK FAC‐RV & CAMP MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MARINE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

148 941 10,773 543 10,478 5,961 0 231 594 0 1,197 0 2,157 146 173 1,174 34,516

400 3,500 5,000 500 7,000 5,600 1,000 1,000 1,500 150 3,000 300 3,000 600 500 7,600 40,650

400 3,500 5,000 500 5,429 5,600 1,000 1,000 1,000 100 3,000 300 2,000 600 500 6,600 36,529

500 3,000 4,000 500 5,500 4,000 1,000 1,000 750 100 2,000 300 2,500 600 500 6,500 32,750

114,450

132,166

124,259

129,904

MAINTENANCE 54310 54350 54370 54390 54410 54450 54470 54490 54570 54610 54650 54670 54710 54790 54810 55680

TOTAL 100‐420 LAKES AND GROUNDS

50


100‐430 SR ACTIVITY CENTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750

38,258 20,838 366 558 4,622 6,833 5,927 0 77,403

38,112 16,847 444 550 4,269 6,502 5,959 165 72,848

37,965 13,638 296 367 3,968 6,415 5,932 42 68,623

38,112 10,000 516 550 3,763 6,869 6,975 63 66,848

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTW PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

140 127 1,862 751 0 0 0 0 1,770 30 655 5,335

325 450 2,000 1,000 500 500 100 0 2,100 1,050 1,500 9,525

250 200 1,000 1,000 500 500 100 0 2,000 750 1,100 7,400

150 300 600 1,000 300 500 100 0 2,100 730 1,500 7,280

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTION & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS WEBSITE / INTERNET ACCESS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

180 585 0 0 417 0 62 4,775 523 870 7,411

200 600 100 100 500 155 100 6,200 635 1,500 10,090

100 0 50 100 436 50 100 5,500 600 1,000 7,936

0 300 100 100 500 155 100 6,200 635 1,200 9,290

90,149

92,463

83,959

83,418

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52050 52065 53010 53130 53190 53550 53820

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52165 55030 55100 55220 56010 56260 56635

TOTAL 100‐430 SR ACTIVITY CENTER

51


100‐450 SWIMMING POOL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51090 51230 51610 51630 51750

SAL & WGS‐PART TIME SAL & WGS‐OVERTIME EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

58,610 11,297 5,915 585 0 76,407

54,000 1,500 4,250 0 695 60,445

31,000 1,500 2,486 602 582 36,170

30,000 1,500 2,410 0 379 34,289

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP & DEV NON‐CAP ACQ‐RECREATIONAL AG & BOTANICAL SUPPLIES MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES CONCESSION PRODUCTS & SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES RECREATIONAL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

5 111 47 0 0 284 83 78 5,855 4,013 1,528 495 0 603 13,101

25 110 100 300 250 920 100 100 6,000 5,000 1,625 525 0 600 15,655

25 50 100 185 5,000 10,000 10 10 3,000 2,500 50 100 0 100 21,130

0 30 120 100 50 400 50 50 5,500 4,800 1,500 125 0 400 13,125

TRAVEL & EDUCATION ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL           TOTAL SERVICES

0 132 2,479 8,644 11,255

0 0 2,400 9,000 11,400

0 0 1,700 6,000 7,700

0 0 1,500 7,000 8,500

MAINT‐PARK & REC FACILITIES MAINT‐REC FAC‐POOLS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

14,507 4,923 1,296 20,726

20,000 0 1,500 21,500

10,000 7,000 2,000 19,000

5,000 2,000 6,000 13,000

121,488

109,000

84,000

68,914

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030 52045 52060 52080 53040 53070 53130 53250 53310 53460 53550 53820

SERVICES 52115 52140 55100 56010

MAINTENANCE 54310 54330 55680

TOTAL 100‐450 SWIMMING POOL

52


100‐460 LIBRARY, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750

236,466 28,459 4,764 1,962 20,554 36,924 35,581 0 364,711

235,931 29,000 5,136 3,300 20,914 40,627 35,792 0 370,700

192,843 48,650 3,424 2,200 18,447 32,869 30,109 204 328,746

188,300 50,000 5,388 2,750 18,853 34,441 34,882 307 334,921

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE LIBRARY‐PERIODICALS LIBRARY‐BOOKS LIBRARY‐AUDIOVISUAL           TOTAL SUPPLIES

6,240 2,146 1,724 1,983 1,600 1,489 7,167 36,464 15,237 74,051

6,000 1,500 2,700 2,100 3,000 0 9,000 57,000 14,000 95,300

6,000 1,500 2,700 2,100 3,000 0 9,000 57,000 14,000 95,300

6,000 1,500 2,400 2,100 13,854 0 8,143 57,000 13,000 103,997

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

1,373 856 0 3,020 3,936 1,500 236 1,135 19,515 12,971 44,543

700 1,200 0 2,000 3,780 1,200 0 1,000 21,000 14,000 44,880

700 1,200 0 2,000 3,780 1,200 0 1,000 21,000 14,000 44,880

650 1,200 0 729 3,780 1,200 0 1,000 21,000 14,000 43,559

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MACH & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

307 5,713 0 10,682 16,702

200 4,200 0 10,600 15,000

200 4,200 0 7,700 12,100

200 3,400 750 10,600 14,950

500,006

525,880

481,026

497,427

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52065 52085 58010 58025 58040

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52165 52270 52395 55100 55220 56010 56260

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610 54710 55680

TOTAL 100‐460 LIBRARY

53


100‐510 K WOLENS B I C

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SUPPLIES 52010 52030 53280 53820

48 392 0 0 440

75 800 30 0 905

25 400 10 750 1,185

75 600 0 3,500 4,175

NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

1,852 0 24,907 1,649 28,409

1,800 250 25,000 5,000 32,050

1,700 2,100 25,000 5,000 33,800

1,800 500 25,000 5,000 32,300

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 901 146 9,135 10,182

150 750 698 25,000 26,598

25 700 300 23,000 24,025

150 750 650 21,400 22,950

39,031

59,553

59,010

59,425

OFFICE SUPPLIES CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES OTHER‐FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52270 55220 56010 56635

MAINTENANCE 54610 54710 54810 55680

TOTAL 100‐510 K WOLENS BIC

54


100‐530 SERVICE CENTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

141,845 653 9,817 3,306 2,113 12,143 22,913 28,982 0 0 221,771

143,143 600 428 3,552 2,750 11,512 24,917 30,581 0 0 217,483

128,781 531 59 2,368 1,833 10,205 21,925 27,026 747 11,895 205,371

104,410 1,800 250 3,330 2,200 8,568 19,320 28,459 1,071 5,948 175,356

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIPMENT NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR CHEMICAL SUPPLIES FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GREASES & LUBRICANTS‐SHOP ONLY GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES SHOP PARTS & SUPPLIES AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

2,325 103 7,200 0 997 24 187 12,453 22 977 1,106 260 1,281 14,064 0 775 41,771

2,000 100 7,000 1,000 1,900 2,500 1,000 12,000 0 1,200 3,000 3,500 2,200 9,000 0 1,000 47,400

1,268 100 5,000 500 1,500 2,000 500 12,000 0 1,000 3,000 3,000 2,200 9,000 0 1,000 42,068

1,500 100 6,500 750 12,490 2,500 1,000 12,000 0 1,200 2,000 3,250 2,200 9,000 750 1,000 56,240

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SVCS NON CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER PROPERTY INS (BLDG & CONTENTS) WEBSITE / INTERNET ACCESS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

530 0 0 159 522 1,321 0 0 0 38 548 75 11,819

1,500 100 75 100 500 0 2,000 0 0 150 150 100 12,522

0 100 75 100 500 3,500 2,000 1,162 0 150 150 100 12,522

1,250 100 75 100 500 3,000 2,000 1,200 0 150 1,500 100 10,257

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52065 53130 53280 53310 53340 53400 53460 53730 53750 53820

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52165 52230 52270 52330 55030 55100 55220 55610 56010

55


100‐530 SERVICE CENTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 56260 56635

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS          TOTAL SERVICES

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

1,625 10,097 26,734

2,000 13,000 32,197

2,000 13,000 35,359

2,000 13,000 35,232

0 0 1,049 0 2,118 0 6,628 9,795

0 300 3,000 200 500 1,000 5,000 10,000

0 300 3,000 200 300 750 5,000 9,550

0 300 2,000 200 500 1,000 5,000 9,000

300,071

307,080

292,348

275,828

MAINTENANCE 54290 54610 54650 54670 54710 54810 55680

MAINT‐IMPROVEMENTS (NON‐BUILDINGS) MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐530 SERVICE CENTER

56


100‐540 BUILDING SERVICES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51230 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

44,351 2,311 888 1,108 3,530 7,397 11,744 0 0 71,329

45,097 356 792 1,100 3,623 7,872 11,791 0 0 70,631

36,594 18 528 733 2,877 6,287 9,310 333 6,546 63,227

23,821 250 732 550 1,940 4,445 6,920 360 3,273 42,291

OFFICE SUPPLIES CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE AG & BOTANICAL SUPPLIES MEDICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES SHOP PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

13 7,368 0 0 0 423 215 281 568 0 0 254 9,122

50 8,500 180 100 200 1,000 300 600 300 25 50 150 11,455

50 8,500 40 100 200 400 150 400 0 0 50 2,000 11,890

50 8,500 90 100 200 1,000 300 500 150 25 50 3,000 13,965

TRAVEL & EDUCATION ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERVICES GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

177 0 2,210 2,098 0 0 955 71,435 19,171 8,058 104,104

0 100 2,000 1,800 200 150 800 62,500 18,500 13,000 99,050

150 0 2,000 1,800 270 0 300 75,000 18,500 11,000 109,020

150 100 2,000 1,200 500 600 500 70,000 18,500 13,000 106,550

2,168 7,214 0 0 26,718 59 49,340 1,000

0 3,000 150 156 0 100 40,350 0

0 1,500 150 300 6,900 100 20,557 0

0 1,200 150 160 6,900 0 20,000 0

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52030 52035 52045 52050 52085 53040 53070 53310 53340 53730 53820

SERVICES 52115 52140 52165 52230 55010 55100 55220 56010 56260 56635

MAINTENANCE 54410 54570 54670 54710 54730 54810 55680 58280

MAINT‐PARK FAC‐PARK GROUNDS MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐HVAC AGREEMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

57


100‐540 BUILDING SERVICES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

         TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 100‐540 MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS

58

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

86,499

43,756

29,507

28,410

271,054

224,892

213,644

191,216


100‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51750 51770

WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS/REIMBURSEMENTS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

132,204 19,665 151,869

115,000 10,000 125,000

34,907 0 34,907

0 0 0

POSTAGE & SHIPPING TUITION REMIBURSEMENT BANKING SERVICES NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐COPY MACHINE NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐POSTAGE MACHINE NON CAP LEASE‐COLOR COPIER GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE PUBLIC OFF LIAB INS (ERRORS & OMM) FLEET LIABILITY INSURANCE CRIME COVERAGE FIDELITY PROPERTY INS (BLDG & CONTENTS) MOBILE EQUIPMENT INSURANCE PENALTIES CASH (SHORT) OVER AUDITING & FINANCIAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT SERVICES CONTR SVCS‐CORS IND FOUNDATION CONTR SVCS‐COMM SERV/MAGNET CONTR SVCS‐MENTAL HLTH/RET CONTR SVCS‐CORS EMERGENCY CONTR SVCS‐WEATHER RADAR CONTR SVCS‐ PALACE THEATER CONTR SVCS‐ FREEDOM FIELD CONTR SVCS‐MEALS ON WHEELS LAW ENFORCEMENT LIABILITY AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE INS UTIL ‐ COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

104 6,312 0 14,314 3,525 17,460 23,249 37,318 20,731 1,048 24,812 5,557 235 (10) 79 13,211 0 15,000 5,000 0 3,000 1,500 12,000 2,500 0 17,775 26,156 327 251,201

100 0 0 14,000 3,000 18,000 20,000 28,750 14,400 1,010 18,500 3,525 0 0 1,000 2,500 0 15,000 5,000 5,500 3,000 1,500 0 0 1,500 17,800 21,300 0 195,385

26 0 7,277 8,680 2,070 10,969 21,991 29,149 15,020 947 21,642 5,217 0 (10) 0 7,568 0 15,000 5,000 5,500 3,000 1,500 0 0 1,500 17,759 23,711 566 204,082

0 0 15,000 0 3,600 0 18,750 26,950 13,500 950 18,500 3,525 0 0 1,000 2,500 0 15,000 5,000 5,500 3,000 1,500 0 0 1,500 16,700 21,300 750 174,525

SERVICES 52020 52190 52210 52275 52280 52285 52290 52295 52300 52320 52330 52340 52365 52405 55040 55220 55280 55310 55320 55330 55340 55350 55470 55480 55510 55620 55640 56260

MAINTENANCE 55680

MAINT‐HVAC‐PRIOR YEARS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 0

1,000 1,000

0 0

0 0

0 0 0 0 0 2,764 2,513

19,540 0 0 0 0 0 0

21,400 5,390 1,018 0 0 0 81

21,292 13,509 1,870 9,085 907 0 0

SUNDRY 50385 50430 50610 50585 50765 52515 52520

LINE OF CRD ‐ PRIN & INT ‐ 7TH AVE ESMNT CAPITAL LEASE‐PRIN‐2 RICOH COPIERS CAPITAL LEASE‐INT‐2 RICOH COPIERS 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE PRINCIPAL 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE INTEREST TAXES‐PROPERTY AT 287/BUS 45 TAXES‐FLOOD PLAIN PROPERTY

59


100‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ACCOUNT NUMBER 52525 52565 57760 59201 59203 59212 59244 59503

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

DOWNTOWN TAX INCENTIVE BAD DEBT EXPENSE DONATIONS TO FOOD PANTRY TRANS OUT TO HOTEL MOTEL TRANS OUT TO CEMETERY TRANS OUT TO ECON DEVELOP TRANS OUT TO RULES OF ROAD (INS PROC) TRANS OUT TO EMS           TOTAL SUNDRY

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

8,023 157 3,681 0 20,000 275,000 0 100,000 412,138

15,000 0 0 0 110,000 580,000 0 0 724,540

7,053 0 0 25,000 110,000 707,000 0 0 876,942

15,000 0 0 0 80,000 615,000 0 0 756,663

150,118 296,030 446,148

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1,261,356

1,045,925

1,115,930

931,188

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 58100 58220

CAP EXP‐EASEMENT ACQUISITION CAP EXP‐LAND           TOTAL CAPITAL EXP

TOTAL 100‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

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CITY OF CORSICANA

UTILITY OPERATING FUND (501) CHANGES IN WORKING CAPITAL* ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Working Capital As Previously Reported

$                        77,360

$                      209,429

$                      209,429

$                    (551,461)

Difference

                      (590,483)

                  (1,133,433)

                  (1,133,433)

                                ‐

Revised Working Capital 10/1

$                    (513,123)

$                    (924,004)

$                    (924,004)

$                    (551,461)

Service Charges and Rents

                 12,708,275

                 14,059,198

                 13,576,900

                 13,797,700

Penalty Revenue

                       195,718

                       230,000

                       173,000

                       185,000

Other Revenue

                       136,513

                       565,300

                       127,000

                         41,300

$               13,040,506

$               14,854,498

$               13,876,900

$               14,024,000

                       327,689

                       445,914

                       398,673

                       385,664

Revenue:

Total Revenue Disbursements: 120‐Sampling & Analysis 131‐Overland WWTP

                       254,176

                       276,408

                       260,005

                       281,127

132‐Wastewater Reclamation Ctr.

                    1,481,581

                    1,512,745

                    1,471,934

                    1,461,929

141‐Navarro Mills Plant

                    2,058,744

                    2,219,851

                    2,377,964

                    2,423,181

142‐Lake Halbert Plant

                       654,739

                       765,055

                       700,620

                       737,116

200 Utilit S t 200‐Utility System Maintenance M i t

                   11,838,185 838 185

                  2,119,939 2 119 939

                   2,070,626 2 070 626

                  1 1,996,940 996 940

300‐Utility Line Replacement

                       356,445

                       357,280

                       317,342

                       140,825

400‐Utility Billing

                       491,402

                       493,592

                       463,519

                       486,251

910‐Non‐Departmental

                    5,988,426

                    5,964,369

                    5,443,676

                    5,759,378

Total Disbursements

$               13,451,388

$               14,155,153

$               13,504,358

$               13,672,411

Revenue Less Disbursements

$                   (410,881)

$                     699,345

$                      372,542

$                     351,589

Estimated Balance 9/30

$                    (924,004)

$                    (224,659)

$                    (551,461)

$                    (199,872)

* Working Capital = Current Assets minus Current Liabilities.  Working Capital is a measure of an entity's short‐term financial health.  Positive working capital means that the entity is able to pay off its short‐term liabilities.  Negative working capital means that the entity is unable to meet its short‐term liabilites with its current assets (cash, accounts receivable, or inventory.) This fund was established to account for operations of the water and sewer system. It is operated in a manner similar to private business enterprises where the intent is that the costs (expenses, including debt) of providing goods or services to the general public on a continuing basis are financed or recovered primarily through user charges.

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City of Corsicana Utility Fund Budgeted Revenues - 2011 1.21%

0.02%

1.32% 0.18%

Water User Fees

0.12%

0.08% Wastewater User Fees Other User Fees 29.78% Service Fees Rental Revenue 67.30%

Fines and Forfeitures Interest Income Miscellaneous Revenue

Utility Fund Budgeted Expenses - 2011 2.82%

2.06%

Sampling & Analysis Overland WWTP

10.69% Wastewater Reclamation Ctr. Navarro Mills Plant

42.12% 17.72%

Lake Halbert Plant Utility System Maintenance

5.39%

Utility Billing

14.61% 3.56%

Utility Line Replacement

1.03%

Non‐Departmental

62


REVENUES 501‐UTILITY OPERATING FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

8,848,248 0 0 3,588,137 64,746 48,713 6,798 20,750 9,160 19,823 6,394 3,925 50,908 6,453 31,552 2,669 12,708,275

9,710,932 0 0 4,003,741 13,800 60,000 25,000 60,000 15,000 50,000 7,475 7,500 75,000 10,750 16,500 3,500 14,059,198

9,265,000 0 0 4,069,000 6,500 50,000 7,800 16,000 3,200 25,100 6,700 15,000 54,600 8,500 47,000 2,500 13,576,900

9,438,000 0 0 4,121,000 7,000 49,000 11,000 30,000 8,500 25,000 5,000 7,000 53,000 5,500 35,000 2,700 13,797,700

195,718 195,718

230,000 230,000

173,000 173,000

185,000 185,000

19,931 1,025 5,193 (3,914) 0 29,250 109 12,101 0 72,819 136,513

155,250 0 7,500 500 0 0 200 21,850 380,000 0 565,300

10,000 1,200 3,600 500 300 106,100 100 5,200 0 0 127,000

25,000 1,000 5,700 500 300 0 100 8,700 0 0 41,300

13,040,506

14,854,498

13,876,900

14,024,000

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 45010 45030 45040 45050 45070 45080 45090 45170 45180 45190 45200 45220 45240 45250 45260 45670

USER FEES‐WATER USER FEES ‐ WATER SURCHAR FIRE HYRANT METER USAGE USER FEES‐WASTEWATER USER FEES‐WW‐SURCHARGES USER FEES‐WW‐PRE‐TRTMNT C USER FEES‐CONTRACT PAYMENT SERV FEES‐WATER TAPS SERV FEES‐SEWER TAPS SERV FEES‐SEWER‐LAB CHG SERV FEES‐IND WASTE METER CALIBRATION SERV FEES‐TRANSFER & REC SERV FEES‐COST RECOVERIES SERVICE FEES ‐ OTHER RENTAL ‐ LAND (OVERLAND FLOW)           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

FINES & FORFEITURES 43835

LATE PMT PENALTY FOR A/R           TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

OTHER REVENUE 46160 49060 49070 49080 49120 49130 49140 49170 49480 49620

INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS MISC INCOME RETURNED CHECK FEES PROCEEDS‐SALE/SALVAGE/AUCTION RECYCLING‐SCRAP METAL, ETC. RECYCLING‐BUY BACK PIPE VENDING MACHINE INCOME UTILITIES‐BAD DEBT RECOVERY NOTE PROCEEDS GRANT REVENUE ‐ CAPITAL         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

FUND 501 TOTAL REVENUES

63


64


501‐120 SAMPLING & ANALYSIS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51230

SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY

51310

CERTIFICATION PAY

51350 51530

SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE

51550 51610 51630

CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650 51750

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

144,761 2,792 1,308 2,606 7,575 76 175 638 (6,342) 34,860 38,639 0 227,088

235,879 20,000 5,688 3,300 7,560 0 0 600 20,888 45,392 37,898 0 377,205

211,559 2,313 3,792 2,200 6,360 42 0 375 17,424 37,990 34,827 1,416 318,298

186,907 10,000 4,500 2,750 5,040 0 0 0 16,004 36,678 34,930 2,121 298,930

1,418 1,756 707 1,008 21 780 697 350 189 1,330 0 53 601 4,375 4,596 101 1,551 5,285 237 213 25,267

1,500 1,500 650 1,300 525 800 750 1,000 100 6,550 0 100 650 4,500 5,000 500 1,500 6,000 250 400 33,575

1,500 1,500 650 1,250 300 500 500 500 100 2,000 100 100 650 4,500 5,000 500 1,500 5,000 250 400 26,800

1,500 1,500 650 1,300 400 500 500 500 100 5,000 500 100 650 5,000 5,000 500 1,500 5,000 250 400 30,850

3,394 173 702 179 289 0

4,500 350 610 200 550 400

4,000 641 610 0 550 200

4,500 700 610 200 550 200

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 52070 52075 53070

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTR & APPAR NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES

53100 53130

LABORATORY SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES

53280 53310

OTHER‐FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES

53340 53460

FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES

53820

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION

52130 52135

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS

52140

ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES

52165 52190

PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES

65


501‐120 SAMPLING & ANALYSIS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

55030 55100

WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES

55220 55270 56260

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER TESTING/LAB SERVICES UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

         TOTAL SERVICES

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

0 0 29,209 35,948 1,523 71,417

124 100 1,250 19,000 1,700 28,784

124 100 20,000 20,000 1,700 47,925

124 100 20,000 20,000 1,500 48,484

150 234 1,600 58 1,223 652 3,917

650 500 1,500 1,000 1,500 1,200 6,350

500 300 3,000 250 1,000 600 5,650

500 400 3,000 1,000 1,500 1,000 7,400

327,689

445,914

398,673

385,664

MAINTENANCE 54570 54610

MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

54650 54670 54710

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

55680

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐120 SAMPLING & ANALYSIS

66


501‐131 OVERLAND FLOW WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51090 51230

SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY

51310

CERTIFICATION PAY

51350 51550

SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE

51610

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630 51650

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

131,966 0 1,628 3,906 1,734 3,240 52 600 5,640 24,899 17,819 0 191,485

125,605 100 5,000 4,140 1,650 3,240 125 600 10,746 23,335 18,993 0 193,534

125,122 0 812 2,760 1,100 3,240 54 600 9,784 22,212 17,834 868 184,386

128,633 0 2,500 4,356 1,650 3,840 125 600 10,840 24,844 21,028 1,437 199,853

166 0 270 413 1,364 1,567 298 140 0 85 0 129 9,580 604 12,271 43 186 27,118

250 100 300 500 1,500 3,000 300 250 100 100 1,400 200 11,000 800 20,000 75 200 40,075

150 50 350 500 1,000 2,000 100 250 100 0 0 200 10,000 800 20,000 75 1,000 36,575

250 100 350 500 1,500 3,000 200 250 100 100 1,400 200 11,000 800 18,000 75 1,000 38,825

457 0 75 0 56 525 8,506 0

1,100 125 75 100 300 200 6,500 124

500 125 75 100 100 100 6,500 124

1,000 125 75 100 250 200 6,500 124

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES

52065 52070 52075 52105 53070

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRMTS & APP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP AGGREGATE MATERIAL MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES

53130 53310

CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES

53340 53460

FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES

53820

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION

52130 52135

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS

52165 52190

PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES

52270

NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER

52395 55030

GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS

67


501‐131 OVERLAND FLOW WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

55220 55230

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER INSPECTION SERVICES

56010 56260

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

         TOTAL SERVICES

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

491 0 6,419 356 16,886

1,000 500 8,000 425 18,449

2,195 500 8,000 425 18,744

2,000 500 7,000 425 18,299

6,712 70 2,242 6,641 571 537 1,915 18,687

7,850 100 3,000 9,000 700 1,200 2,500 24,350

6,000 100 2,500 8,000 700 1,000 2,000 20,300

7,850 100 3,000 9,000 700 1,000 2,500 24,150

254,176

276,408

260,005

281,127

MAINTENANCE 54190 54610

MAINT‐SEWER TRTMT PLANTS MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

54650

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT

54670 54710

MAINT‐RADIOS, INSTRUMENTS/APPARATUS MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

54810 55680

MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐131 OVERLAND FLOW WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

68


501‐132 WASTEWATER RECLAMATION CENTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51230

SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250

LONGEVITY PAY

51270

WELL PAY

51310

CERTIFICATION PAY

51350

SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY

51530

AUTO ALLOWANCE

51550

CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE

51610

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

418,210 61,832 7,259 4,489 7,438 2,288 1,208 859 26,129 85,176 53,973 0 668,860

308,309 50,000 7,360 4,180 7,182 2,436 1,260 870 29,200 63,440 48,048 0 522,285

373,880 25,827 4,907 2,787 7,647 2,235 1,050 870 29,957 69,661 57,512 2,640 578,972

365,965 30,000 8,159 5,280 8,442 2,436 1,260 870 32,315 74,060 67,149 4,283 600,219

1,136 121 634 1,495 0 458 181 168 381 0 143 236 0 807 111 0 84,634 263 2,975 15,923 100 0 109,765

1,000 200 1,000 1,500 500 500 350 500 300 200 200 300 300 400 350 200 85,000 300 3,000 22,000 400 200 118,700

1,000 200 1,000 1,500 500 500 150 250 100 200 100 150 150 400 200 0 85,000 300 3,000 22,000 400 200 117,300

1,000 200 1,000 1,500 500 500 250 250 250 200 150 200 300 400 300 200 85,000 300 3,000 20,000 300 200 116,000

4,513 333 150 540

4,200 500 200 1,000

5,000 500 200 500

4,500 500 200 500

SUPPLIES 52010

OFFICE SUPPLIES

52020

POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE

52030

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES

52035

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

52045

NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS

52050

NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP

52055

NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFFICE FURNITURE

52060

NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP

52065

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR

52070

NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRMTS & APP

52075

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP

52085

NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE

52090

NON‐CAP ACQ‐MARINE EQUIP

52095

NON‐CAP ACQ‐OTHER

53070

MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES

53100

LABORATORY SUPPLIES

53130

CHEMICAL SUPPLIES

53280 53310

OTHER‐FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES

53340

FUEL SUPPLIES

53460

GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES

53520

SAFETY SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION

52130

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES

52135

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS

52140

ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES

69


501‐132 WASTEWATER RECLAMATION CENTER, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

52165

PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

52255

SLUDGE DISPOSAL SERVICES

52270

NON‐ CAP LEASE / RENT‐OTHERS

52395

OTHER SERVICES

55030

WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS

55100

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES

55220

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER

55230

INSPECTION SERVICES

56010

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

56260

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

56635

UTIL‐GAS

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

603 0 672 3,953 207 286 51,705 6,432 444,184 2,211 36,533 552,322

800 250 1,000 2,000 410 300 70,000 10,000 460,000 2,300 55,000 607,960

500 150 1,000 1,000 410 302 70,000 0 440,000 2,300 50,000 571,862

800 250 1,000 1,500 410 300 70,000 8,000 460,000 2,300 50,000 600,260

106,108 280 4,540 2,907 25,466 328 10,696 311 150,635

90,000 300 5,000 12,000 25,000 500 128,000 3,000 263,800

90,000 300 5,000 10,000 27,000 500 68,000 3,000 203,800

90,000 200 5,000 12,000 27,000 250 8,000 3,000 145,450

1,481,581

1,512,745

1,471,934

1,461,929

         TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54190

MAINT‐SEWER TRTMT PLANTS

54610

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

54650

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT

54670

MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR

54710

MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

54810

MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER

55680

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS

58160

LAND IMPROVEMENTS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐132 WASTEWATER RECLAMATION CENTER

70


501‐141 NAVARRO MILLS WATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51230

SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY

51310

CERTIFICATION PAY

51350 51530

SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE

51550 51610

CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650 51750

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

430,655 18,779 15,458 4,752 13,242 2,210 1,610 945 26,659 81,525 56,906 0 652,741

397,036 16,000 10,709 5,390 13,236 1,012 1,680 960 33,952 73,783 61,972 0 615,730

413,469 13,843 7,139 3,593 14,361 2,337 1,400 1,035 34,000 76,673 55,230 3,612 626,693

390,115 16,000 10,952 5,390 14,856 2,436 1,680 960 33,843 77,562 68,586 5,880 628,260

835 522 2,638 774 848 309 0 0 243 0 0 696 10,042 355,772 420 1,709 4,945 0 549 196 380,497

1,500 700 2,000 900 1,000 17,000 250 250 3,450 750 350 550 9,500 280,000 500 2,000 10,000 500 250 750 332,200

1,500 500 1,800 600 1,000 17,500 750 200 2,000 250 150 550 10,500 280,000 1,100 2,000 7,000 250 250 1,600 329,500

1,500 500 2,000 900 1,000 17,500 250 250 3,000 750 350 550 10,000 280,000 700 2,000 8,000 250 250 750 330,500

2,949 1,757 0 358 14

3,000 1,100 500 0 500

3,000 1,000 300 0 750

3,000 1,100 400 0 600

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES

52035 52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 52070 52075 53070 53100 53130

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRMTS & APP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES LABORATORY SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES

53280 53310

OTHER‐FOOD & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES

53340 53460

FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES

53520 53820

SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES

52165

PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

71


501‐141 NAVARRO MILLS WATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

52190 52270

SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER

55030

WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS

55100 55110

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CIVIL SERV‐ENG, ARCH & SUPPLIES

55220

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER

55230 55270

INSPECTION SERVICES TESTING/LAB SERVICES

56010 56260

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

56635

UTIL‐GAS

58115

TRA‐WATER RIGHTS           TOTAL SERVICES

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

0 3,532 207 0 0 33,277 0 45,553 400,176 4,974 391 334,048 827,236

100 2,064 300 100 1,000 50,000 2,500 50,000 378,057 5,000 500 500,000 994,721

0 2,064 300 100 1,000 50,000 2,500 50,000 378,057 5,000 500 692,000 1,186,571

100 2,064 300 100 1,000 50,000 2,500 45,000 378,057 5,000 500 720,000 1,209,721

108,883 55,561 0 9,686 4,919 158 1,754 17,310 198,270

140,500 100,000 200 7,000 5,000 2,500 5,000 17,000 277,200

100,000 100,000 200 7,000 5,500 2,500 3,000 17,000 235,200

120,000 100,000 200 6,000 5,000 2,500 4,000 17,000 254,700

2,058,744

2,219,851

2,377,964

2,423,181

MAINTENANCE 54210 54290 54610 54650

MAINT‐WTR PLNTS & PMP FAC MAINT‐RESERVR, ELEV/STORAGE MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT

54670 54710 55680 58160

MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐LAND IMPROVEMENTS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐141 NAVARRO MILLS WATER TREATMENT PLANT

72


501‐142 LAKE HALBERT WATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51230 51250

SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY

51270 51310 51350

WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY

51610 51630

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

239,854 12,195 6,498 2,992 5,348 2,228 9,205 46,055 35,534 0 359,907

225,402 12,000 6,222 3,300 5,040 2,550 19,479 42,314 37,854 0 354,161

224,575 9,470 4,148 2,200 5,580 2,199 18,709 41,257 35,582 2,457 346,178

227,554 12,000 7,392 3,300 5,580 2,550 19,766 45,300 41,952 3,698 369,092

700 6 488 85 190 300 528 84 163 0 687 2,886 110,410 1,113 5,312 624 123,576

970 100 600 150 300 46,500 500 0 300 200 300 4,000 95,000 1,200 4,000 150 154,270

870 0 600 150 100 11,500 250 12 100 100 300 4,000 95,000 1,450 4,000 750 119,182

900 100 600 150 300 9,000 400 0 250 200 300 4,000 95,000 1,200 4,500 250 117,150

1,643 333 232 0 1,329 0 0 2,339 3,460 104,301 355 4,544 118,536

1,650 300 300 250 1,500 124 0 5,000 25,000 115,000 400 7,400 156,924

2,150 400 300 250 1,000 124 35 5,000 15,000 115,000 400 7,400 147,059

1,650 300 300 250 1,250 124 0 5,000 20,000 115,000 400 7,400 151,674

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52060

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP & DEVICES

52065 52075 53070 53100 53130 53310 53340 53460

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER EQUIP MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES LABORATORY SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES

52135 52165

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIO

52270 55030

NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER WEBSITE/INTERNET ACCESS

55100 55220

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER

55270 56010

TESTING/LAB SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

56260 56635

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS          TOTAL SERVICES

73


501‐142 LAKE HALBERT WATER TREATMENT PLANT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

MAINTENANCE 54210

MAINT‐WTR PLNTS & PMP FAC

54290 54530

IMPROVEMENTS (NON‐BUILD) OTHER NON‐CAP. LEASE / RENT

54610

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

54650 54670 54710

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

55680 58160

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐LAND IMPROVEMENTS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐142 LAKE HALBERT PLANT

74

34,634 0 150 0 2,336 5,499 101 0 10,000 52,721

70,000 7,500 500 200 4,000 2,000 500 5,000 10,000 99,700

60,000 5,000 500 200 4,000 1,500 4,500 2,500 10,000 88,200

70,000 7,000 500 200 3,500 2,000 1,000 5,000 10,000 99,200

654,739

765,055

700,620

737,116


501‐200 UTILITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51090 51230

SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270 51310

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY

51530 51550

AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE

51610

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630 51650 51750 51770

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

499,914 15,667 103,722 11,128 6,393 2,460 2,115 1,350 30,586 111,177 92,479 0 0 876,991

530,618 15,000 75,000 12,519 9,350 1,680 2,100 1,350 49,546 105,178 106,778 0 0 909,119

455,701 38,592 40,458 8,346 6,233 1,680 1,855 1,350 41,787 85,515 87,018 6,159 3,500 778,194

499,020 35,000 60,000 9,995 9,350 2,153 2,100 1,350 47,351 102,385 118,265 9,445 6,000 902,414

962 0 22 0 1,724 27,061 2,141 0 2,843 64 35,535 4,461 37,803 2,698 711 2,129 0 3,069 0 0 121,223

2,000 550 200 1,000 500 12,000 6,500 0 2,300 0 11,000 6,000 70,000 4,000 4,000 0 0 5,000 0 0 125,050

1,000 260 200 1,000 500 50,000 6,500 2,300 2,300 0 40,000 3,789 70,000 4,000 4,000 2,500 0 10,000

198,349

2,000 500 200 1,000 500 20,000 6,500 2,300 2,300 0 30,000 6,000 70,000 4,000 4,000 0 10,000 5,000 30,000 200,000 394,300

4,553 100 0 356 1,140

5,500 700 300 300 500

5,500 700 300 300 500

5,500 700 300 300 500

SUPPLIES 52010

OFFICE SUPPLIES

52015 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050 52060 52070

PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP SAFETY EQUIP. & DEVICE NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRMNTS & APPAR

52075 53130 53310 53340

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIPMENT CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES

53460 53490 53520 53750 53820

GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY SUPPLIES SAFETY SUPPLIES AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

53830 53840

SUPPLIES ‐ NON‐CAP METERS SUPPLIES ‐ PIPE, FITTINGS, AND CLAMPS           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION

52130

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES

52135 52140 52165

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

75


501‐200 UTILITY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

52270 55010

NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES

55100 55110

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CIVIL SERV‐ENG, ARCH & SURV

55220 55260 55610

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT LABOR CONTRACT SERVICES‐OTHER

56010 56260

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

29,448 150 850 0 5,490 28,862 7,001 22,601 3,369 103,920

22,000 1,500 1,000 4,000 18,000 20,000 18,000 41,526 2,550 135,876

27,000 1,500 1,000 4,000 18,000 20,000 18,000 41,526 2,550 140,876

25,000 1,500 1,000 4,000 18,000 20,000 18,000 41,526 2,550 138,876

32,337 494,418 38,867 0 750 1,164 0 94,540 17 40,315 23,349 0 2,874 728,632

27,000 512,514 62,000 350 2,500 2,270 0 65,000 2,500 43,260 25,000 1,000 500 743,894

27,000 512,514 62,000 350 2,500 2,270 0 65,000 2,500 43,260 25,000 1,000 500 743,894

30,000 285,000 62,000 350 30,000 2,500 0 70,000 2,500 45,000 25,000 1,000 500 553,850

7,419 0 7,419

0 206,000 206,000

3,312 206,000 209,312

7,500 0 7,500

1,838,185

2,119,939

2,070,626

1,996,940

         TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54050 54170 54190

MAINT‐STREETS, RDWYS & SDWLKS MAINT‐DIST/COLLECTION SYSTEM MAINT‐SEWER TRTMNT PLANTS

54210 54230 54530

MAINT‐WTR PLNTS & PMP FAC MAINT‐STORM SEWERS & DRAINAGE MAINT‐OTHER STRUCTURES

54550 54650 54670 54690 54710 54810 55680

MAINT‐OTH STRUC‐N 13TH @ MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR  JCI‐SERVICE AGREEMENT MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISC OTHER MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 58100 58445

EASEMENT ACQUISITION REPLACEMENT SEWER LIFT STN BUS 45 TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

TOTAL 501‐200 UTILITY SYSTEM MAINT

76


501‐300 UTILITY LINE REPLACEMENT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 128,196 19,399 2,316 1,734 650 10,156 26,870 29,443 0 218,764

137,466 14,000 2,844 2,750 600 12,062 26,211 31,322 0 227,255

122,062 5,064 1,896 1,833 900 9,858 22,009 25,508 1,376 190,507

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

91 0 504 1,888 0 11,121 1,431 15,572 5,587 24 1,170 0 233 37,620

300 50 2,500 4,000 18,000 5,000 2,200 20,000 4,000 1,000 1,000 0 2,500 60,550

300 50 1,500 4,000 18,000 5,000 1,510 20,000 2,500 1,000 1,000 0 2,500 57,360

300 50 2,500 4,000 18,000 5,000 2,200 20,000 4,000 1,000 1,000 2,500 800 61,350

         TOTAL SERVICES

0 60 0 0 14,052 38 100 0 12,998 94 27,341

2,600 200 180 300 15,000 515 3,000 3,000 3,000 530 28,325

2,600 200 180 300 15,000 515 3,000 3,000 3,000 530 28,325

2,600 200 180 300 15,000 515 3,000 3,000 10,000 530 35,325

MAINT‐DIST/COLLECTION SYSTEM MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPAR

50,009 14,798 0

15,000 17,000 150

15,000 17,000 150

15,000 20,000 150

51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51230 51250

SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY

51270 51310 51610

WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630 51650

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SUPPLIES 52010 52020

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE

52035 52045 52050

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP

53130 53310 53340 53460 53490 53520 53750 53820

CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SIGNAGE/SAFETY SUPPLIES SAFETY SUPPLIES AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52140

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES

52165 52270

PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER

55100 55220

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER

55260

CONTRACT LABOR

55610 56260

CONTRACT SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

MAINTENANCE 54170 54650 54670

77


501‐300 UTILITY LINE REPLACEMENT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 54710 54810

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISC OTHER           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 501‐300 UTILITY LINE REPLACMENT

78

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

7,607 307 72,720

8,000 1,000 41,150

8,000 1,000 41,150

8,000 1,000 44,150

356,445

357,280

317,342

140,825


501‐400 UTILITY BILLING AND COLLECTIONS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51090 51230

SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270 51310

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY

51610 51630

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

242,541 3,618 10,353 3,696 2,360 345 13,634 44,680 40,876 0 362,103

233,559 9,000 9,000 4,230 3,850 360 19,890 41,730 44,023 0 365,642

229,676 0 2,815 2,820 2,567 360 17,884 39,538 41,403 848 337,910

224,338 9,000 9,000 5,274 3,850 360 19,264 42,573 48,705 1,387 363,751

1,734 1,575 41,744 0 728 0 0 0 8,974 265 639 4,365 2,452 62,475

2,500 2,000 40,000 0 500 0 500 0 750 1,500 800 4,500 3,500 56,550

1,500 1,400 40,000 0 510 0 502 0 500 1,000 800 4,500 2,500 53,212

2,500 2,000 40,000 0 500 0 500 0 750 1,500 800 4,500 3,500 56,550

1,489 420 0 7,552 25,338 792 0 3,766 9,761 0 2,960 52,078

2,000 400 100 12,000 25,000 800 100 7,500 4,000 500 3,500 55,900

287 400 100 6,000 25,000 800 100 5,000 13,060 500 3,500 54,747

1,000 400 100 1,500 25,000 800 150 7,500 10,000 500 3,500 50,450

1,296

1,000

1,000

1,000

SUPPLIES 52010

OFFICE SUPPLIES

52015 52020 52035

PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 52075 53310 53340

NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFF MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFFICE FURN & NON‐CAP ACQ‐ SAFETY EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMM EQUIP UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES

53820

OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52135 52165

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS/PUBLICATIONS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

52210 52215

BANKING SERVICES UTIL BILLING SERV (DATAPROSE)

52270 55100

NON‐CAP LEASE/ RENT‐OTHER MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES

55220 55280 56010

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACTED SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

56260

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS          TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54610

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

79


501‐400 UTILITY BILLING AND COLLECTIONS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

54630 54650

MAINT‐COMPUTER & TELECOM MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT

54670 55680

MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

10,519 1,089 1,690 150 14,743

10,000 1,800 2,200 500 15,500

12,000 1,800 2,200 500 17,500

10,000 1,800 2,200 500 15,500

1 1

0 0

150 150

0 0

491,402

493,592

463,519

486,251

SUNDRY 52405

CASH OVER/SHORT           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 501‐400 UTILITY BILLING AND COLLECTIONS

80


501‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL, CONTINUED L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

ACTUAL 2009

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51750 WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE 51770 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES SERVICES 52290 52300 52330 52340 55040 55050 55220 55640 SUNDRY 50055 50550 50565 50580 50585 50770 50730 50745 50760 50764 50766 52565 52590 57885 59242 59412 59630

PROPOSED 2011

35,000 1,800 36,800

11,801 0 11,801

0 1,800 1,800

11,575 6,576 29,070 2,868 20,017 0 110,346 8,221 188,673

7,000 5,350 28,200 2,900 25,000 1,500 60,000 7,350 137,300

8,352 5,463 26,017 2,692 23,865 0 65,194 7,403 138,987

7,826 5,119 26,500 2,700 25,000 1,500 75,000 8,000 151,645

124,425 0 0 0 0 0 2,058 1,795 5,785 0 0 (2,074) 125 391,863 135,603 4,265,908 830,000 5,755,488

0 12,641 32,154 38,513 0 0 62 772 4,209 68,611 17,442 2,000 34,225 454,608 0 4,270,132 854,900 5,790,269  

0 12,641 29,969 39,021 0 0 61 703 4,325 0 0 0 700 416,307 0 3,934,262 854,900 5,292,888

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 58280 BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL SUPPLIES

TOTAL 501‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ESTIMATE 2010

42,892 1,373 44,264

GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE FLEET LIABILITY INSURANCE PROPERTY INS (BLDG & CONTENTS) MOBILE EQUIPMENT INSURANCE AUDITING & FINANCIAL SERVICES LEGAL SERVICES‐WATER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE INS           TOTAL SERVICES BOND ISSUANCE COSTS CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BK OF AM CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐CHASE‐07/08‐A CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐CHASE‐07/08‐B 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE PRINCIPAL 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE INTEREST CAP PURCH‐INT‐BK OF AM CAP PURCH‐INT‐CHASE‐07/08‐A CAP PURCH‐INT‐CHASE‐07/08‐B CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐2011 CAP PURCH‐INT‐2011 BAD DEBT EXPENSE MISC OTHER SUNDRY GROSS RCPTS TAX EXPENSE TRANSFER TO FUND 242 TRANS OUT TO W/S I & S ADM CHGS‐PBLE TO GENERAL           TOTAL SUNDRY

AMENDED 2010

0 0

5,988,426

81

0 0

5,964,369  

0 0

5,443,676

0 0 2,490 40,652 3,595 360 0 8 2,695 0 0 0 30,000 420,650 0 4,241,180 864,303 5,605,933 0 0

5,759,378


82


CITY OF CORSICANA

SANITATION OPERATING FUND (502) CHANGES IN WORKING CAPITAL*

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Working Capital As Previously Reported

$               17,182

$                  2,580

$                  2,580

$                     ‐

Difference

             (575,594)

             (317,307)

             (317,307)

                      ‐

Estimated Balance 10/1

$            (558,412)

$            (314,727)

$            (314,727)

$                (9,774)

Revenue: Service Charges and Rents

           3,056,814

           3,200,240

           3,126,643

          3,180,500

Fines and Forfeitures

                       ‐

                   2,600

                       ‐

                      ‐

Other Revenue

                 25,203

                 23,300

                   2,663

                  2,000

$         3,082,017

$         3,226,140

$         3,129,306

$        3,182,500

Total Revenue Disbursements: 100‐Landfill Operations

           1,140,986

           1,348,511

              976,297

          1,348,065

200‐Contract Collections

              598,463

              701,151

              720,000

              720,000

300‐Bulk Solid Waste Pickup

              366,738

              394,776

              381,036

              417,452

910‐Non‐Departmental

              732,145

              778,415

              747,020

              685,746

T t l Di b Total Disbursements t

$         $ 2,838,332 2 838 332

$         $ 3,222,853 3 222 853

$         $ 2,824,353 2 824 353

$        $ 3,171,263 3 171 263

Revenue Less Disbursements

$             243,685

$                  3,287

$             304,952

$               11,237

Estimated Balance 9/30

$            (314,727)

$            (311,440)

$                (9,774)

$                 1,463

* Working Capital = Current Assets minus Current Liabilities.  Working Capital is a measure of an entity's short‐term financial health.  Positive working capital means that the entity is able to pay off its short‐ term liabilities.  Negative working capital means that the entity is unable to meet its short‐term  liabilites with its current assets (cash, accounts receivable, or inventory.)

This fund was established to account for operations of the landfill system. It is operated in a manner similar to private business enterprises where the intent is that the costs (expenses, including debt) of providing goods or services to the general public on a continuing basis are financed or recovered primarily through user charges.

83


City of Corsicana Sanitation Fund Budgeted Revenues - 2011 0.06%

Waste Collection User Fees

8.99% Waste Disposal User Fees 32.99% Spot Truck User Fees

Sanitation Disposal Contract

37.71%

Solid Waste Supplemental Income 20.11% Miscellaneous Revenue 0.14%

Sanitation Fund Budgeted Expenses - 2011 Landfill Operations 21.47%

Contract Collections 42.59%

13.19% Bulk Solid Waste Pickup

22.75%

Non‐Departmental

84


REVENUES 502‐SANITATION FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 45100 45110 49010 45140 45150

USER FEES‐WASTE COLLECTION USER FEES‐WASTE DISPOSAL SANITATION DISPOSAL CONTRACT USER FEES‐SPOT TRUCK SOLID WASTE SUPPLEMENTAL           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

950,759 487,012 1,326,180 3,408 289,456 3,056,814

1,059,000 648,500 1,200,000 6,000 286,740 3,200,240

1,046,515 590,613 1,200,000 4,370 285,144 3,126,643

1,050,000 640,000 1,200,000 4,500 286,000 3,180,500

0 0

2,600 2,600

0 0

0 0

9,999 2,049 0 415 4,065 8,675 25,203

7,000 3,000 0 300 0 13,000 23,300

0 0 0 325 110 2,228 2,663

0 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000

3,082,017

3,226,140

3,129,306

3,182,500

FINES & FORFEITURES 43835

LATE PMT PENALTY FOR A/R           TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

OTHER REVENUE 45940 46160 49060 49070 49080 49160

LIEN‐MOWING INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS MISC INCOME RETURNED CHECK FEES PROCEEDS‐SALE/SALVAGE/AUCTION MOWING‐INCOME         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

FUND 502 TOTAL REVENUES

85


86


502‐100 LANDFILL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010

SALARIES‐FULL TIME

51090 51230

SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270 51310

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY CERTIFICATION PAY

51530 51550

AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE

51610

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE

51630 51650 51750

EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

351,114 0 56,294 6,755 4,796 6,868 1,208 859 29,470 72,449 50,010 0 579,822

325,054 0 50,000 7,210 4,730 7,010 1,260 870 30,310 65,857 54,260 0 546,561

323,534 0 33,882 0 0 7,002 1,050 870 27,931 60,778 49,785 4,616 509,447

326,654 0 40,000 8,081 4,730 7,002 1,260 870 29,728 68,131 60,198 9,511 556,165

3,237 165 241 700 1,111 0 175 0 425 2,660 225 214 2,986 115,895 0 128,034

3,000 200 750 700 1,900 1,000 250 250 500 2,700 400 1,000 3,000 150,000 500 166,150

2,500 200 750 200 1,500 500 100 100 250 4,000 200 1,000 3,000 100,000 250 114,550

2,500 200 500 700 1,900 1,000 250 250 400 3,000 400 1,000 3,000 140,000 500 155,600

4,914 444 457 1,218 257 210 1,950 207 0 0 0

4,000 800 500 1,500 500 200 4,500 400 950 500 500

4,000 800 500 750 500 200 2,500 400 950 250 500

4,000 800 500 1,000 500 200 4,000 400 950 250 500

SUPPLIES 52010 52020

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE

52030 52035 52045 52050 52055 52060 52065 53040

CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURN & FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HDWR/SFTWR AG & BOTANICAL SUPPLIES

53070 53130 53310 53340

MEDICAL & VET SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES

53460

GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION

52130 52135

LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS

52140 52165

ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

52190 52270

SHIPPING & FREIGHT SERVICES NON‐CAP LEASE/RENT‐OTHER

55030 55040

WEBSITE/ INTERNET ACCESS AUDITING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

55100 55110

MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES CIVIL SERV‐ENG, ARCH & SURVEY

87


502‐100 LANDFILL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

55220 56010

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER UTIL‐ELECTRICAL

56260

UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS          TOTAL SERVICES

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

118,139 12,235 3,043 143,074

165,000 15,000 3,200 197,550

100,000 15,000 3,200 129,550

165,000 17,000 3,200 198,300

0 6,217 2,458 191,499 19,147 0 49,637 268,959

500 6,000 500 215,000 15,000 1,250 200,000 438,250

250 6,000 250 190,000 15,000 1,250 10,000 222,750

500 6,000 250 215,000 15,000 1,250 200,000 438,000

21,098 21,098

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1,140,986

1,348,511

976,297

1,348,065

MAINTENANCE 54610

MAINT‐OFFICE EQUIPMENT

54650 54670

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPARATUS

54710

MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

54810 55680 58160

MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐LAND IMPROVEMENTS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

SUNDRY 52580

LANDFILL CLOSURE           TOTAL SUNDRY

CAPITAL 58325 58865

CAP EXP‐STREETS CAP EXP‐MOTOR VEH & EQUIPMENT           TOTAL CAPITAL

TOTAL 502‐100 LANDFILL OPERATIONS

88


502‐200 CONTRACT COLLECTIONS, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICES 52220

SANITATION CONTRACT           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 502‐200 CONTRACT COLLECTIONS

89

598,463 598,463

701,151 701,151

720,000 720,000

720,000 720,000

598,463

701,151

720,000

720,000


502‐300 BULK SOLID WASTE PICKUP, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

178,756 0 14,443 2,388 1,932 0 600 14,264 35,152 40,676 0 288,211

177,076 5,000 15,000 1,825 3,850 0 600 15,516 32,879 43,780 0 295,526

175,745 0 13,795 0 0 0 600 14,431 31,595 41,218 2,882 280,266

178,643 5,000 15,000 3,294 3,850 0 600 15,789 35,309 48,543 5,124 311,152

0 490 12 0 1,333 0 0 2,083 26,015 0 0 797 0 2,655 33,385

500 0 50 500 750 2,000 2,500 3,500 30,000 1,200 250 200 0 3,000 44,450

300 0 50 300 750 2,000 2,500 612 30,000 1,200 250 1,200 0 7,000 46,162

500 0 50 500 1,000 2,000 2,500 3,500 30,000 1,200 250 1,200 4,000 3,000 49,700

0 0 0 220 0 154 200 5,977 0 274 6,824

500 0 250 500 0 0 250 6,000 5,000 500 13,000

300 0 250 500 0 8 250 6,000 5,000 500 12,808

500 1,300 250 500 500 0 250 6,000 5,000 500 14,800

0 36,836 354

150 37,000 150

150 37,000 150

150 37,000 150

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52035 52045 52050 53130 53310 53340 53460 53490 53520 53750 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE MAT. & SUPPLIES‐PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACH & EQUIP CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES GENERAL SAFETY SUPPLIES TRAFFIC SAFETY SUPPLIES SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER AUTO PARTS & SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52140 52165 52270 55010 55100 55220 55260 56260

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS EQUIPMENT RENTAL GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OTHER CONTRACT LABOR UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54610 54650 54670

MAINT‐OFF EQUIP MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐RADIO, INSTR, APPARATUS

90


502‐300 BULK SOLID WASTE PICKUP, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER 54710 54810

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 502‐300 BULK SOLID WASTE PICK‐UP

91

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

1,021 105 38,317

3,500 1,000 41,800

3,500 1,000 41,800

3,500 1,000 41,800

366,738

394,776

381,036

417,452


502‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51750 51770

WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

19,845 7,329 27,174

19,000 7,500 26,500

5,460 0 5,460

0 0 0

FLEET LIABILITY INSURANCE PROPERTY INS (BLDG & CONTENTS) MOBILE EQUIPMENT INSURANCE BAD DEBT EXPENSE AUDITING & FINANCIAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE INS           TOTAL SERVICES

1,190 148 7,667 (532) 4,250 1,490 1,488 15,701

1,670 160 7,700 0 5,000 1,000 1,500 17,030

989 132 7,198 0 5,000 0 1,340 14,659

1,200 200 7,500 0 6,000 1,000 1,500 17,400

SERVICES 52300 52330 52340 52565 55040 55220 55640

SUNDRY 50055 50505 50520 50535 50550 50565 50580 50670 50685 50585 50765 50700 50715 50730 50745 50760 50775 57885 59409 59630

BOND ISSUANCE COSTS CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BNK 1 CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BK OF AM‐05/06A CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BK OF AM‐05/06B CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BK OF AM‐06/07 CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐CHASE‐07/08A CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐CHASE‐07/08B CAP PURCH‐INT‐LASALLE CAP PURCH‐INT‐BNK 1 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE PRINCIPAL 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE INTEREST CAP PURCH‐INT‐BK OF AM‐05/06A CAP PURCH‐INT‐BK OF AM‐05/06B CAP PURCH‐INT‐BK OF AM‐06/07 CAP PURCH‐INT‐CHASE‐07/08A CAP PURCH‐INT‐CHASE‐07/08B CAP EXP‐CAPITAL LEASE NEW GROSS RCPTS TAX EXPENSE TRANS OUT TO DEBT SERVICE ADM CHGS‐PBLE TO GENERAL           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 502‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

92

10,859

0

0

0

0 0 0 0 0 (77) 0 0

0 0 27,418 822 21,528 19,904 0 0

0 0 27,418 822 15,491 22,407 0 0

0 0 28,444 0 1,318 23,311 0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1,027 103

36 7,489 134 950 3,238 0 93,153 355,488 218,000 689,270

0 6,501 4 517 2,176 0 98,564 339,451 218,000 734,885

0 6,501 4 372 2,449 0 92,144 341,294 218,000 726,902

0 5,474 0 5 1,546 0 95,475 111,092 400,551 668,346

732,145

778,415

747,020

685,746


CITY OF CORSICANA

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (503) CHANGES IN WORKING CAPITAL* ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Working Capital As Previously Reported

$     1,124,713

$     1,341,005

$     1,341,005

$                 ‐

Difference

        (1,142,741)

        (1,168,770)

        (1,168,770)

                     ‐

Estimated Balance 10/1

$         (18,028)

$        172,235

$        172,235

$        534,905

Service Charges

      4,323,151

      4,065,000

      4,278,628

      4,238,000

Other Revenue

            26,469

                 500

              1,142

                  ‐

Revenues from Navarro County

         350,000

         350,000

         350,000

         250,000

Revenues from City's General Fund

         100,000

                  ‐

                  ‐

                  ‐

Total Revenue

$    4,799,620

$    4,415,500

$    4,629,770

$    4,488,000

125‐EMS Service

      1,683,064

      1,827,097

      1,777,761

      1,871,828

910‐Non Departmental

      2,926,293

      2,589,903

      2,489,339

      2,930,457

$    4,609,357

$    4,417,000

$    4,267,100

$    4,802,285

Revenue Less Disbursements

$           190,263

$              (1,500)

$           362,670

$          (314,285)

Estimated Balance 9/30

$        172,235

$        170,735

$        534,905

$        220,620

CASH @ 9/30

$       308,742

$       671,412

$       357,127

Revenue:

Disbursements:

Total Disbursements

*Working Capital = Current Assets minus Current Liabilities.  Working Capital is a measure of an entity's short‐term financial health.  Positive working capital means that the entity is able to  pay off its short‐term liabilities.  Negative working capital means that the entity is unable to  meet its short‐term liabilites with its current assets (cash, accounts receivable, or inventory.) NOTE:  We have excluded the ambulance receivables and the related allowances from the working capital calculation as they are so volitile.

This fund was established to account for operations of the EMS (emergency medical services) system. It is operated in a manner similar to private business enterprises where the intent is that the costs (expenses, including debt) of providing goods or services to the general public on a continuing basis are financed or recovered primarily through user charges.

93


City of Corsicana EMS Fund Budgeted Revenues - 2011

5.57%

Service Charges Revenues from Navarro County

94.43%

EMS Fund Budgeted Expenses - 2011

38.98% EMS Services Non‐Departmental 61.02%

94


REVENUES 503‐EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 45730 45770

EMS‐FEES EMS‐SUBSCRIPTION PROGRAM           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

4,266,865 56,286 4,323,151

4,000,000 65,000 4,065,000

4,240,000 38,628 4,278,628

4,200,000 38,000 4,238,000

48 454 (28) 26,000 (5) 26,469

0 500 0 0 0 500

0 110 1,032 0 0 1,142

0 0 0 0 0 0

350,000 100,000 450,000

350,000 0 350,000

350,000 0 350,000

250,000 0 250,000

4,799,620

4,415,500

4,629,770

4,488,000

OTHER REVENUE 46160 45840 49060 49080 49140

INTEREST EARNINGS COPY REPRODUCTION FEES MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE PROCEEDS‐SALE/SALVAGE/AUCTION VENDING AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 49820 47100

EMS‐SVCS CONTRACT W CNTY TRANSFER FROM GENERAL           TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV

FUND 503 TOTAL REVENUES

95


503‐125 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51290 51310 51330 51370 51410 51510 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY SENIORITY PAY CERTIFICATION PAY EDUCATION PAY OUT OF CLASS PAY PM COOR PAY UNIFORM ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

846,167 2,886 91,943 3,176 8,758 17,725 22,644 3,900 1,547 1,800 8,166 65,436 123,337 99,777 0 0 1,297,263

842,819 0 90,000 5,370 12,100 19,200 27,600 5,100 3,000 1,800 8,820 77,573 142,697 138,988 0 0 1,375,067

907,239 0 66,731 3,580 8,067 17,900 25,863 6,263 2,006 1,800 8,783 76,105 143,388 121,353 10,949 0 1,400,025

871,096 0 90,000 5,670 12,100 15,600 33,000 7,500 3,000 1,800 8,820 80,217 147,515 154,206 9,854 0 1,440,378

1,765 812 829 48 338 0 5,986 893 1,000 1,460 105,935 0 0 6,806 49,915 541 176,329

3,500 2,500 1,500 500 2,500 3,250 7,000 3,600 25,500 1,400 80,000 3,400 0 6,000 66,180 0 206,830

1,500 2,500 1,500 500 1,000 1,250 3,000 0 6,000 400 80,000 2,000 0 2,000 58,000 0 159,650

3,000 2,500 1,500 500 2,500 1,800 3,000 12,000 400 0 80,000 2,800 0 8,000 68,000 0 186,000

8,990 4,647 100 728 0 350 1,242 31,975 93,676 7,257

20,000 3,800 100 400 3,000 10,000 2,000 31,800 125,000 6,100

14,000 3,800 100 0 3,000 2,000 4,086 32,250 118,000 7,250

20,000 4,200 100 400 3,000 10,000 2,000 32,250 125,000 7,500

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030 52040 52050 52060 52065 52070 52075 53070 53130 53190 53310 53340 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE CLEANING/JANITORIAL SUPPLIES EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS NON‐CAP ACQ‐MACHINE/ EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐SAFETY EQUIP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐INSTRNTS & AP NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMMUNICATION MEDICAL SUPPLIES CHEMICAL SUPPLIES FOOD SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIAL & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52140 52230 55100 55220 55540 55550 56260

TRAVEL AND EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT SVCS‐MEDICAL DIRECTOR CONTRACT SVCS‐EMS BILLING UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS

96


503‐125 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

148,965

202,200

184,486

204,450

MAINTENANCE ‐ FURNITURE & MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP MAINT‐RADIOS, INST & APPA MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIP MAINTENANCE ‐ BUILDINGS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

155 33,206 5,697 5,170 71 44,299

0 35,000 6,000 2,000 0 43,000

0 30,000 3,000 600 0 33,600

0 35,000 4,000 2,000 0 41,000

CAP EXP‐COMPUTER & TELECOM CAP EXP‐MOTOR VEH & EQUIPMENT           TOTAL CAPITAL

16,208 0 16,208

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1,683,064

1,827,097

1,777,761

1,871,828

         TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54570 54650 54670 54710 55680

CAPITAL 58850 58865

TOTAL 503‐125 E.M.S. (EMER MED SVCS)

97


503‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51750

0 13,251 13,251

27,359 11,000 38,359

0 0 0

0 0 0

5,788 0 0 0 0 5,788

3,700 3,000 5,000 2,000 2,200 15,900

4,176 2,202 0 0 0 6,378

4,000 2,000 5,000 2,000 0 13,000

0 0 1,606 0 285 1,068,768 1,600,086 80,185 0 0 156,325 2,907,254

11,339 1,748 48 0 9 1,232,500 1,046,000 130,000 0 0 114,000 2,535,644

11,338 1,748 48 0 9 1,245,699 952,670 130,000 0 0 141,450 2,482,961

0 0 0 0 0 1,250,000 1,000,000 140,000 0 369,957 157,500 2,917,457

2,926,293

2,589,903

2,489,339

2,930,457

SALARIES & WAGES WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

SERVICES 52290 52300 52330 52340 55640

GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE FLEET LIABILITY INSURANCE PROPERTY INSURANCE MOBILE EQUIPMENT INSURANCE AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE INSURANCE           TOTAL SERVICES

SUNDRY 50475 50550 50655 50685 50730 52530 52565 52575 57885 59630 59239

CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BANC 1 CAP PURCH‐PRIN‐BK OF AM CAP PURCH‐INT‐BANC 1 CAP PURCH‐INT‐BANC 1 CAP PURCH‐INT‐BK OF AM ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENTS (ALL) BAD DEBT EXPENSE ‐ WRITE‐OFF'S DEPRECIATION EXPENSE GROSS RCPTS TAX EXPENSE ADM CHGS‐PAYABLE TO GENERAL FUND TRANS TO EMS EQUIP REPL FUND           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 503‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

98


CITY OF CORSICANA

HOTEL/MOTEL OCCUPANCY FEES FUND (201) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$              66,291

$              57,269

$              57,269

$                1,521

Taxes Service Charges and Rents Other Revenue Donations/Contributions Intergovernment Revenue Total Revenue

             374,282                        ‐                         18                        ‐                        ‐ $           374,300

             449,000                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $           449,000

             313,647                        ‐                   5,725                        ‐                 25,000 $           344,372

             307,000                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $           307,000

Disbursements: Contributions and Special Revenue Pioneer Village Main Street Advertising/Promotion‐Tourism Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

             135,626                 52,792               116,041                 76,549                   2,314 $           383,322

             207,052                 56,202               116,684                 66,802                   2,260 $           449,000

             184,684                 50,412               114,999                 47,955                   2,070 $           400,121

             137,000                 55,008                 83,819                 17,478                   1,866 $           295,171

Revenue Less Disbursements

$              (9,022)

$                   ‐

$           (55,749)

$              11,829

Estimated Balance 9/30

$              57,269

$              57,269

$                1,521

$              13,350

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue:

The Hotel/Motel Occupancy Fees Fund was established to account for financial resources to be used to promote tourism. A tax is levied upon the occupancy of any room or space furnished by any hotel. Revenue from this tax is used by the city to promote tourism. A large portion is allocated to the Chamber of Commerce/Corsicana Development Commission (CDC) for promoting and advertising tourism within the city.

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100


CITY OF CORSICANA Hotel Tax Revenue Analysis - By Property Quarterly Remittances 2004

2005

2006

2007

December

10,173.63

9,299.27

13,226.30

March

12,369.19

9,877.06

8,977.20

June

18,314.12

12,513.58

September

14,737.28

December March

Year-To-Date

2008

2009

2010

2004

11,125.29

7,411.76

10,485.61

5,484.95

18,182.97

9,170.98

15,342.99

14,371.40

1,879.36

1,834.85

1,611.91

2,028.18

2005

2006

2007

9,440.12

4,624.34

10,173.63

9,299.27

13,226.30

11,125.29

6,892.21

4,705.64

22,542.82

19,176.33

22,203.50

21,610.90

9,572.28

11,824.37

5,643.60

40,856.94

31,689.91

40,386.47

30,781.88

10,563.17

11,569.59

8,076.66

55,594.22

47,032.90

54,757.87

3,160.32

2,252.91

1,598.85

1,669.05

469.46

1,879.36

1,834.85

2,444.96

2,401.08

1,760.34

2,737.14

1,081.62

3,491.27

3,863.03

4,469.05

2008

2009

2010

7,411.76

9,440.12

4,624.34

12,896.71

16,332.33

9,329.98

22,468.99

28,156.70

14,973.58

41,345.05

34,038.58

36,233.36

14,973.58

3,160.32

2,252.91

1,598.85

1,669.05

469.46

5,605.28

4,653.99

3,359.19

4,406.19

1,551.08

Corsicana Inn

Econo Lodge (was Royal)

June

2,856.87

2,406.23

3,445.10

2,594.72

2,199.51

2,449.62

September

2,112.99

3,075.95

3,436.93

1,681.47

3,606.84

1,739.45

6,348.14

6,269.26

9,050.38

7,248.71

5,558.70

6,855.81

6,020.13

8,461.13

9,345.21

12,487.31

8,930.18

9,165.54

8,595.26

6,020.13

December

6,085.35

5,464.26

6,082.48

-

-

-

6,085.35

5,464.26

6,082.48

-

-

-

-

March

5,522.87

4,944.65

4,676.73

-

-

-

11,608.22

10,408.91

10,759.21

-

-

-

-

June

9,646.12

5,033.03

1,105.24

-

-

-

21,254.34

15,441.94

11,864.45

-

-

-

-

September

8,246.68

6,275.24

-

-

-

29,501.02

21,717.18

11,864.45

-

-

-

-

December

1,965.28

1,940.49

2,224.65

1,865.20

1,554.13

-

1,965.28

1,940.49

2,224.65

1,865.20

1,554.13

-

-

March

2,110.75

2,095.57

2,093.17

2,145.61

2,263.63

-

4,076.03

4,036.06

4,317.82

4,010.81

3,817.76

-

-

June

2,051.18

2,400.91

2,477.85

2,712.27

2,123.73

-

6,127.21

6,436.97

6,795.67

6,723.08

5,941.49

-

-

September

1,811.51

2,742.68

2,316.55

2,329.72

1,455.32

-

7,938.72

9,179.65

9,112.22

9,052.80

7,396.81

-

-

December

1,152.46

1,226.96

1,220.17

1,328.83

1,448.59

1,006.66

817.89

1,152.46

1,226.96

1,220.17

1,328.83

1,448.59

1,006.66

817.89

March

1,123.08

1,351.70

1,254.12

1,729.04

1,158.02

1,043.88

805.56

2,275.54

2,578.66

2,474.29

3,057.87

2,606.61

2,050.54

1,623.45

Days Inn (Closed)

-

-

Colonial Inn -

Travelers Inn

June

1,185.58

1,152.04

1,088.50

1,432.50

1,109.99

1,551.23

950.81

3,461.12

3,730.70

3,562.79

4,490.37

3,716.60

3,601.77

2,574.26

September

1,337.42

1,043.17

1,419.54

1,404.11

1,487.81

989.13

389.33

4,798.54

4,773.87

4,982.33

5,894.48

5,204.41

4,590.90

2,963.59

Kingsway Inn December

601.06

990.41

1,147.44

859.61

753.98

1,107.07

851.10

601.06

990.41

1,147.44

859.61

753.98

1,107.07

851.10

March

561.45

921.32

1,097.15

868.09

851.89

1,174.06

886.49

1,162.51

1,911.73

2,244.59

1,727.70

1,605.87

2,281.13

1,737.59

June

828.10

1,060.35

1,157.37

980.73

1,452.71

1,250.57

941.01

1,990.61

2,972.08

3,401.96

2,708.43

3,058.58

3,531.70

2,678.60

September

998.91

1,097.45

1,004.22

1,027.48

1,638.82

1,271.25

2,989.52

4,069.53

4,406.18

3,735.91

4,697.40

4,802.95

2,678.60

December

376.52

348.86

442.31

649.11

695.72

705.79

466.74

376.52

348.86

442.31

649.11

695.72

705.79

466.74

March

445.60

347.24

-

226.52

333.79

420.06

408.03

822.12

696.10

442.31

875.63

1,029.51

1,125.85

874.77

Wicklow Inn

June

616.91

738.84

137.22

758.67

529.24

445.74

1,439.03

1,434.94

579.53

1,634.30

1,558.75

1,571.59

874.77

September

315.78

454.79

189.54

460.89

587.05

419.74

1,754.81

1,889.73

769.07

2,095.19

2,145.80

1,991.33

874.77

Totals as of September 13, 2010

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CITY OF CORSICANA Hotel Tax Revenue Analysis - By Property Quarterly Remittances

Year-To-Date

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

December

21,178.44

17,685.25

18,820.29

13,179.95

14,292.70

March

19,736.08

16,451.21

14,999.44

13,257.66

12,858.12

June

23,064.89

19,719.31

19,172.51

18,021.23

September

21,967.79

19,540.04

16,065.07

14,857.61

2009

2010

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

9,676.30

7,158.66

21,178.44

17,685.25

18,820.29

13,179.95

14,292.70

9,676.30

7,158.66

9,450.00

4,138.10

40,914.52

34,136.46

33,819.73

26,437.61

27,150.82

19,126.30

11,296.76

12,227.30

11,450.00

99.18

63,979.41

53,855.77

52,992.24

44,458.84

39,378.12

30,576.30

11,395.94

10,903.76

12,910.67

85,947.20

73,395.81

69,057.31

59,316.45

50,281.88

43,486.97

11,395.94

141.72

Comfort Inn

Magnolia House December

37.68

20.79

260.43

142.07

22.20

156.34

141.72

37.68

20.79

260.43

142.07

22.20

156.34

March

45.95

35.41

172.26

17.59

111.99

245.81

128.70

83.63

56.20

432.69

159.66

134.19

402.15

270.42

June

68.26

115.04

105.22

78.31

158.70

238.50

114.34

151.89

171.24

537.91

237.97

292.89

640.65

384.76

121.62

199.75

49.55

39.15

171.35

114.34

273.51

370.99

587.46

277.12

464.24

754.99

384.76

September Best Western December

-

12,532.63

20,326.12

16,420.95

16,284.92

12,261.32

9,859.68

-

12,532.63

20,326.12

16,420.95

16,284.92

12,261.32

9,859.68

March

-

13,898.12

13,796.55

15,625.25

12,553.77

11,875.10

9,955.60

-

26,430.75

34,122.67

32,046.20

28,838.69

24,136.42

19,815.28

-

17,840.56

19,782.19

19,271.37

12,857.64

12,808.84

14,217.59

-

44,271.31

53,904.86

51,317.57

41,696.33

36,945.26

34,032.87

19,406.89

18,054.05

19,681.31

17,676.71

11,971.99

63,678.20

71,958.91

70,998.88

59,373.04

48,917.25

34,032.87

June September

3,714.00

3,714.00

Holiday Inn December

-

-

1,250.00

30,174.73

30,191.17

16,968.22

18,227.62

-

-

1,250.00

30,174.73

30,191.17

16,968.22

18,227.62

March

-

-

20,803.02

31,396.70

25,741.15

19,704.21

17,981.82

-

-

22,053.02

61,571.43

55,932.32

36,672.43

36,209.44

June

-

-

31,484.49

35,048.47

32,104.67

21,758.92

20,746.96

-

-

53,537.51

96,619.90

88,036.99

58,431.35

56,956.40

September

-

-

28,010.63

34,807.70

32,357.71

22,500.48

-

-

81,548.14

131,427.60

120,394.70

80,931.83

56,956.40

Motel 6 December

-

-

-

11,157.19

7,675.76

10,571.02

6,990.43

-

-

-

11,157.19

7,675.76

10,571.02

6,990.43

March

-

-

-

11,887.94

7,633.05

7,275.42

5,884.48

-

-

-

23,045.13

15,308.81

17,846.44

12,874.91

12,265.06

10,717.81

11,740.79

6,798.39

35,310.19

26,026.62

29,587.23

19,673.30

13,423.07

12,809.97

9,367.42

48,733.26

38,836.59

38,954.65

19,673.30

June

-

-

September

-

-

2,589.44

-

-

-

-

2,589.44

Hampton Inn December

-

-

-

-

2,369.97

17,637.01

15,292.69

-

-

-

-

2,369.97

17,637.01

15,292.69

March

-

-

-

-

13,723.87

17,015.69

13,253.79

-

-

-

-

16,093.84

34,652.70

28,546.48

20,118.77

-

-

-

-

38,857.35

51,379.71

48,665.25

-

-

-

-

61,297.93

69,872.11

48,665.25

June

-

-

-

-

22,763.51

16,727.01

September

-

-

-

-

22,440.58

18,492.40

La Quinta Inn December

-

-

-

-

-

13,732.88

9,746.06

-

-

-

-

-

13,732.88

9,746.06

March

-

-

-

-

-

10,469.16

9,099.07

-

-

-

-

-

24,202.04

18,845.13

June

-

-

-

-

11,554.89

12,302.93

-

-

-

-

35,756.93

31,148.06

Totals as of September 13, 2010

7,177.98

102

7,177.98


CITY OF CORSICANA Hotel Tax Revenue Analysis - By Property Quarterly Remittances 2004

2005

2006

2007

-

-

-

-

September

Year-To-Date

2008

2009

15,973.04

2010

9,696.53

2004

2005

2006

2007

-

-

-

-

Quarterly Remittances Total All Hotels: 1st Fiscal Qtr.

2008

2009

2010

23,151.02

45,453.46

31,148.06

Year-To-Date

2003/04

2004/05

2005/06

2006/07

2007/08

2008/09

43,449.78

51,343.77

68,160.51

89,155.84

84,299.75

94,931.78

2009/10

2003/04

2004/05

2005/06

2006/07

2007/08

2008/09

2009/10

74,646.39

43,449.78

51,343.77

68,160.51

89,155.84

84,299.75

94,931.78

74,646.39

2nd Fiscal Qtr.

43,526.88

51,950.46

70,314.60

90,041.09

84,474.57

88,302.74

68,328.90

86,976.66

103,294.23

138,475.11

179,196.93

168,774.32

183,234.52

142,975.29

3rd. Fiscal Qtr.

58,632.03

62,979.89

98,138.66

102,334.31

114,995.07

103,775.28

86,402.63

145,608.69

166,274.12

236,613.77

281,531.24

283,769.39

287,009.80

229,377.92

4th Fiscal Qtr.

55,363.98

69,178.95

87,506.92

100,275.68

132,678.55

97,550.06

389.33

200,972.67

235,453.07

324,120.69

381,806.92

416,447.94

384,559.86

Distribution Analysis of Quarterly Receipts By Fiscal Quarter Transferred To Chamber

0.43

Less: 2% Collection Fee

0.02

Net Remittance to Chamber y City y Percent Retained By Add: 2% Collection Fee Total Retained By City

Totals as of September 13, 2010

0.57

1st Qtr.

2nd Qtr.

3rd Qtr.

31,991.20

29,283.72

37,029.58

(639.82)

(585.67)

(740.59)

4th Qtr.

Fiscal Y-T-D

166.86 (3.34)

31,351.38

28,698.05

36,288.99

163.52

42,655.19

39,045.18

49,373.05

222.47

639.82

585.67

740.59

3.34

43,295.01

39,630.85

50,113.64

225.81

96,501.93

133,265.32

103


REVENUES 201‐HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX FUND

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX REVENUE HOTEL TAX‐PENALTIES (LATE) ENTRANCE FEES ‐ PIONEER VILLAGE           TOTAL TAXES

369,699 4,583 0 374,282

440,000 4,000 5,000 449,000

307,949 5,698 0 313,647

300,000 2,000 5,000 307,000

0 18 18

0 0 0

5,725 0 5,725

0 0 0

0 0

0 0

25,000 25,000

0 0

374,300

449,000

344,372

307,000

ACCOUNT NUMBER

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

TAXES 42890 42930 45460

OTHER REVENUE 48000 49140

DONATIONS VENDING MACH INCOME         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47100

TRANS  IN FR GENERAL           TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV

FUND 201  TOTAL REVENUES

104


201‐100 CONTRIBUTIONS

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICES 55430 55435 55440 55280

CONTR SVCS‐NAVARRO CTY EXPO CONTR SVCS‐DERRICK DAYS COMMITTEE CONTR SVCS‐FEST OF LIGHTS CONTR SVCS‐OTHER           TOTAL SERVICES

0 0 6,500 0 6,500

4,000 0 5,000 13,000 22,000

4,000 0 5,000 8,000 17,000

1,000 1,000 1,500 8,000 11,500

125,276 1,500 850 1,500 129,126

181,202 1,500 850 1,500 185,052

163,834 1,500 850 1,500 167,684

123,000 1,000 500 1,000 125,500

135,626

207,052

184,684

137,000

SUNDRY 57510 59005 59006 59007

CONTRIB‐CORS DEV COMM TRANS OUT TO SPEC HOLIDAY EVENTS TRANS OUT TO HALLOWEEN EVENTS TRANS OUT TO DERRICK DAYS           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 201‐100 CONTRIBUTIONS AND SPEC EVENT

105


201‐200 PIONEER VILLAGE, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

28,504 780 319 1,873 4,321 5,894 0 41,690

29,376 858 550 2,355 5,118 6,275 0 44,532

29,225 572 367 1,790 4,848 5,900 25 42,726

29,376 930 550 2,360 5,410 6,944 38 45,608

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON CAP ACQ‐OTHER OTHER CHEMICAL/MED/AG SUPPLIES CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIE           TOTAL SUPPLIES

6 97 4 0 917 183 46 1,253

200 150 138 0 500 500 0 1,488

175 0 100 0 535 200 1 1,011

100 50 50 0 500 200 500 1,400

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRTNS, PUBLCTNS GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER GENERAL SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

0 0 0 48 3,475 367 3,891

0 0 0 250 4,000 432 4,682

0 0 0 150 3,000 325 3,475

0 0 0 250 4,500 500 5,250

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES MAINT‐MISCELLANEOUS‐OTHER           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

5,797 29 132 5,958

5,000 0 500 5,500

3,000 0 200 3,200

2,000 250 500 2,750

52,792

56,202

50,412

55,008

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52095 53160 52030 53820

SERVICES 52115 52135 52395 55010 56010 56260

MAINTENANCE 55680 54570 54810

TOTAL 201‐200 PIONEER VILLAGE

106


201‐300 MAIN STREET, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750 51770

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

47,588 64 792 692 4,200 900 4,188 8,375 6,464 0 0 73,263

58,544 0 1,500 550 4,200 900 4,500 9,500 6,402 0 0 86,096

55,451 40 1,456 367 2,917 713 4,563 10,047 6,189 462 7,265 89,469

36,871 0 198 550 0 600 2,924 6,701 6,971 49 14,530 69,394

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON CAP ACQ‐OFFICE MACH & EQUIP CERTIFICATES, AWARDS, ETC OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

1,599 0 245 0 154 845 2,843

2,500 750 238 0 0 1,000 4,488

1,050 50 1,100 0 0 100 2,300

750 500 500 0 150 300 2,200

3,525 752 553 65 1,238 17,388 2,105 0 11,312 980 628 1,389 39,935

2,000 1,200 0 500 500 10,000 0 1,000 5,000 3,000 900 2,000 26,100

837 850 500 100 250 10,844 250 0 6,500 1,000 600 1,500 23,231

1,000 600 0 500 250 5,000 0 0 1,500 1,000 625 1,750 12,225

116,041

116,684

114,999

83,819

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52050 52100 53820

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52160 52165 52400 55010 55220 55280 56010 56260 56635

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRTNS, PUBLCTNS LEGAL ADVERTISING PROMOTIONAL ADV & MATERIALS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS PROGRAM COST‐CHRISTMAS GENERAL SERVICES‐OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACTED SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 201‐300 MAIN STREET

107


201‐500 ADVERTISING/PROMOTIONAL/TOURISM, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090 51230 51250 51270 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT EMPLR‐HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

          20,526            13,980                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐              2,682              3,230              2,937                  ‐           43,354

          29,700                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐              2,300              5,050              6,402                  ‐           43,452

           24,973               5,512                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐               2,332               4,119               4,920                     22             41,878

                ‐            10,000                  ‐                  ‐                  ‐                 765                  ‐                  ‐                    13           10,778

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE & SHIPPING CLEANING & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

               934              1,195              1,276                 130              3,535

            2,050              2,500                 800                 200              5,550

             1,400                   450                   150                    ‐               2,000

               750              1,000                 750                 200              2,700

TRAVEL & EDUCATION CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, & TITLES DUES, SUBSCRTNS, PUBLCTNS PROMOTIONAL ADV & MATERIALS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS MEDICAL/PHYCH SERVICES CONTRACTED SERVICES           TOTAL SERVICES

            1,332              1,093              1,715              8,933                 497                 429            15,660           29,659

            2,800                  ‐              2,000              9,500                 500                  ‐              3,000           17,800

                 577                    ‐               1,250               1,250                   500                    ‐                   500               4,077

                ‐                  ‐                 750              2,500                 250                  ‐                 500              4,000

          76,549

          66,802

           47,955

          17,478

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52030

SERVICES 52115 52130 52135 52160 52165 55100 55280

TOTAL 201‐500 ADVERTISING/PROMOTION TOURISM

108


201‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51750

WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

1,530 1,530

1,460 1,460

0 0

0 0

784 0 784

800 0 800

800 1,270 2,070

800 500 1,300

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

514 52 566

2,070

1,866

SERVICES 52330 55220

PROPERTY INS (BLDG & CONTENTS) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES           TOTAL SERVICES

SUNDRY 50585 50765

2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE PRINCIPAL 2011 ‐ NON‐CAP PURCHASE INTEREST           TOTAL SUNDRY

2,314

TOTAL 201‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

109

2,260


110


CITY OF CORSICANA

AIRPORT OPERATING FUND (202) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$              62,695

$           108,017

$           108,017

$           125,460

Revenue: Service Charges and Rents Fines and Fees Other Revenue Grants and Contribution Revenue Total Revenue

               41,737                        ‐               205,927               421,383 $           669,046

               42,500                        ‐               195,000                 20,000 $          257,500

               35,643                        ‐               227,234                 21,000 $          283,878

               36,000                        ‐               201,550                 50,000 $          287,550

Total Amount Available

$           731,741

$           365,517

$           391,895

$           413,010

Disbursements: Airport Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

             616,964                    6,760 $           623,724

             250,050                   6,925 $          256,975

             261,550                   4,885 $          266,435

             274,250                   4,700 $          278,950

Estimated Balance 9/30

$           108,017

$           108,542

$           125,460

$           134,060

The Airport Operating fund was established to account for the construction and operation of the airport. Revenue consists of hangar rentals, gas sales, and grants. There is no debt associated with this fund.

111


REVENUES 202‐AIRPORT OPERATING FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 45710

RNTL/USER REV‐OTHER           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

41,737 41,737

42,500 42,500

35,643 35,643

36,000 36,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0 0 12,537 193,390 205,927

0 0 0 0 195,000 195,000

0 11,268 0 0 215,966 227,234

0 0 0 0 201,550 201,550

1,646 419,737 421,383

5,000 15,000 20,000

0 21,000 21,000

0 50,000 50,000

669,046

257,500

283,878

287,550

FINES AND FORFEITURES 49040

RESTITUTION          TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

OTHER REVENUE 46010 49060 49080 45870 45880

INTEREST INCOME MISC INCOME PROCEEDS‐SALE/SALVAGE/AUCTION FUEL % IN LIEU OF RENTAL FUEL SALES REVENUE         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REVENUE 49520 49710

INTERGOVERNMENT REV‐STATE GRANT REVENUE‐OTHER           TOTAL GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REV

FUND 202 TOTAL REVENUES

112


MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 202‐100 AIRPORT OPERATING FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SUPPLIES 52010 52020 52065 53430 53460

31 58 53 193,157 0 193,299

100 100 0 185,000 0 185,200

100 100 0 211,000 0 211,200

100 100 0 197,000 0 197,200

462 200 500 28,270 225 8,562 1,114 1,536 254 41,123

500 400 0 15,000 250 9,500 1,000 2,000 1,300 29,950

500 400 0 15,000 250 9,500 1,000 2,000 1,300 29,950

500 400 0 30,000 250 9,500 1,100 2,000 1,300 45,050

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐STREETS, RDWYS & SIDEWALKS MAINT‐MOTOR VEHICLES/HVY EQUIP           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

3,565 0 477 4,041

8,400 10,000 2,000 20,400

8,400 10,000 2,000 20,400

20,000 10,000 2,000 32,000

CAP EXP‐AIRPORT NPE GRANT CAP EXP‐RADIOS, INSTR & APPARATUS           TOTAL CAPITAL

378,501 0 378,501

14,500 0 14,500

0 0 0

0 0 0

616,964

250,050

261,550

274,250

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING EXPENSE NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HRDWR/SFTWR AIRPORT FUEL PURCHASE FBO FUEL PAYMENT %           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52130 52165 55220 52230 56010 56260 56385 56635

TRAVEL & EDUCATION LICENSES & CERTIFICATES PUBLIC AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER JANITORIAL & LAUNDRY SERVICES UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS UTIL‐WATER UTIL‐GAS           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 55680 54050 54650

CAPITAL 58730 58895

TOTAL 202‐100 AIRPORT

NON‐DEPARTMENTAL 202‐910 AIRPORT OPERATING FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SERVICES 55630 52330

AIRPORT LIABILITY INSURANCE REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY INS           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 202‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

113

5,253 1,507 6,760

5,275 1,650 6,925

3,535 1,350 4,885

3,350 1,350 4,700

6,760

6,925

4,885

4,700


114


CITY OF CORSICANA

CEMETERY FUND (203) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$          155,353

$             69,072

$             69,072

$             83,073

Revenue: Licenses and Permits Service Charges and Rents Other Revenue Intergovernment Revenue Total Revenue

                2,400                     640                88,785                20,000 $          111,825

                2,500                     270                97,500              110,000 $          210,270

                3,270                     352                60,820              110,000 $          174,442

                2,500                     350                60,000                80,000 $          142,850

Disbursements: Street Maintenance Cemetery Administration Cemetery Maintenance Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

                   580                19,713              173,033                  4,780 $          198,106

              28,650                21,185              155,525                  4,883 $          210,243

              25,000                17,646              114,432                  3,364 $          160,442

              30,000                11,849              116,961                     280 $          159,090

Revenue Less Disbursements

$           (86,281)

$                    27

$             14,000

$           (16,240)

Designated ‐ Cem Street Mtc

$             65,519

$             65,519

$             65,824

$             60,824

Undesignated

$               3,553

$               3,580

$             17,249

$               6,009

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             69,072

$             69,099

$             83,073

$             66,833

Fund Balance:

This fund accounts for the maintenance and operation of city-owned cemeteries. This is funded by the sale of cemetery lots and transfers from the general fund.

115


REVENUES 203‐CEMETERY FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

           2,400             2,400

           2,500             2,500

             3,270 3,270

2,500 2,500

256 384 640

120 150 270

224 128 352

200 150 350

0 8,365 0 470 26,550 18,450 18,700 16,250 88,785

0 0 0 0 35,850 25,870 19,450 16,330 97,500

0 0 450 0 23,465 11,600 16,695 8,610 60,820

0 0 0 0 20,000 15,000 15,000 10,000 60,000

20,000 20,000

110,000 110,000

110,000 110,000

80,000 80,000

111,825

210,270

174,442

142,850

LICENSES & PERMITS 43190

CURB & MONUMENT PERMIT TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS

SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS 45810 45820

CEMTRY SVC CHG‐OAKWOOD CEMTRY SVC CHG‐WOODLAWN           TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES & RENTS

OTHER REVENUE 46160 48460 48470 49080 49340 49350 45900 45910

INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS CONTRIBUTION REVENUE‐OAKWOOD CONTRIBUTION REVENUE‐WOODLANDS PROCEEDS SALE/AUCTION/SALVAGE SALE‐CEMETERY LOTS‐OAKWOOD SALE‐CEMETERY LOTS‐WOODLAWN INTERMENT FEES‐OAKWOOD INTERMENT FEES‐WOODLAND         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47100

TRANS IN FR GENERAL           TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV

FUND 203 TOTAL REVENUES

116


203‐335 CEMETERY STREET MAINTENANCE

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

MAINT‐STREETS, RDWYS & SDWLKS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

580 580

28,650 28,650

25,000 25,000

30,000 30,000

580

28,650

25,000

30,000

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

MAINTENANCE 54050

TOTAL 203‐335 CEMETERY STREET MAINTENANCE

117


203‐355 CEMETERY ADMINISTRATION

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51230

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250

LONGEVITY PAY

51270 51530 51550

WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE

51610 51630 51650

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750 51770

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE EMPLR‐UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

13,908 0 0 0 0 0 1,049 2,108 2,210 0 0 19,275

13,900 0 160 275 0 0 1,100 2,400 3,150 0 0 20,985

10,792 0 0 0 0 0 814 1,775 1,347 8 2,270 17,006

6,400 0 72 138 0 0 506 1,159 1,731 8 1,135 11,149

0 6 6

200 0 200

0 0 0

0 0 0

432 432

0 0

640 640

700 700

19,713

21,185

17,646

11,849

SUPPLIES 52010 52020

OFFICE SUPPLIES POSTAGE           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52380

ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES           TOTAL SERVICES

TOTAL 203‐355 CEMETERY ADMINISTRATION

118


203‐490 CEMETERY MAINTENANCE

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51090

SALARIES‐FULL TIME SALARIES‐PART TIME

51230

SALARIES‐OVERTIME

51250 51270

LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY

51610 51630

EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

51650

EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL

51750

EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

65,817 12,076 13,597 402 482 7,082 12,208 17,611 0 129,274

65,450 10,000 5,000 650 1,650 6,275 12,000 18,800 0 119,825

32,915 0 915 191 0 2,558 5,487 8,822 584 51,472

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 82 2,134 72 0 234 1,046 4,452 269 2,939 11,229

0 250 400 1,400 400 0 1,000 1,500 2,500 150 1,500 9,100

3 0 0 923 112 0 18 870 1,676 334 529 4,465

0 0 0 0 0 2,600 0 0 0 0 0 2,600

0 182 35 286 112 3,500 2,220 546 6,882

0 2,000 0 350 350 14,500 2,100 700 20,000

0 0 6,500 116 0 0 2,100 700 9,416

0 0 6,500 0 0 0 0 0 6,500

6,486 6,683 0 0 12,480 25,648

3,500 3,000 100 0 0 6,600

1,560 2,519 0 45,000 0 49,079

0 0 0 107,861 0 107,861

173,033

155,525

114,432

116,961

SUPPLIES 52020 52030 52035 52045 52050

POSTAGE CLEANING AND JANITORIAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐OFF MACH & EQUIP

52065 53130 53310

NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTER HRDWR/SFTWR CHEMICAL SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES

53340 53520 53820

FUEL SUPPLIES EXP‐ CEMETERY SAFETY SUPPLIES‐OTHER OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52140 52395

ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTICES OTHER SERVICES

55010 55100

GENERAL SERVICES MEDICAL & PSYCH SERVICES

55220 55260

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT LABOR

56010 56260

UTIL‐ELECTRICAL UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS          TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 54650 54710

MAINT‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIPMENT MAINT‐MACH, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

54810 55680

MAINT‐MISC MAINT‐BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

58160

MAINT‐LAND IMPROVEMENTS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 203‐490 CEMETERY MAINTENANCE

119


203‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51750

WORKERS' COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

1,416 1,416

1,350 1,350

0 0

0 0

8 8

0 0

7 7

0 0

0 3,155 0 201 3,356

0 3,450 0 83 3,533

0 3,272 0 84 3,356

0 279 0 1 280

4,780

4,883

3,364

280

SERVICES 52330

REAL & PERS PROP INSURANCE           TOTAL SERVICES

SUNDRY 50505 50565 50685 50745

CAPITAL LEASE‐PRIN‐BNK 1‐10001 CAPITAL LEASE‐PRIN/07‐08A CAPITAL LEASE‐INT‐BNK 1‐10000121 CAPITAL LEASE‐INT/07‐08A           TOTAL SUNDRY

TOTAL 203‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

120


CITY OF CORSICANA

FORFEITURES FUND (204) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$              10,504

$                2,445

$                2,445

$                2,445

Revenue: Fines and Forfeitures Other Revenue Total Revenue

                  2,829                        ‐ $                2,829

                 2,500                        ‐ $               2,500

               12,750                        ‐ $             12,750

                 5,000                        ‐ $               5,000

Total Amount Available

$              13,333

$                4,945

$             15,195

$                7,445

Disbursements: Forfeitures Total Disbursements

               10,887 $             10,887

                 2,500 $               2,500

               12,750 $             12,750

                 5,000 $               5,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$                2,445

$                2,445

$                2,445

$                2,445

The Forfeitures Fund accounts for police funds that were seized and subsequently awarded to the city through court action.

121


REVENUES 204‐FORFEITURES FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

FINES & FORFEITURES 49020

POLICE FORFEITURES & REC           TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

2,829 2,829

2,500 2,500

12,750 12,750

5,000 5,000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

2,829

2,500

12,750

5,000

OTHER REVENUE 46010 49060

INTEREST INCOME MISC INCOME         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

FUND 204 TOTAL REVENUES

EXPENDITURES 204‐100 FORFEITURES FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

SUPPLIES 52010 52045 52065 52085 52095 53010 53310 53670 53700 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐TOOLS & ACCESSORIES NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTWR NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE/FIXTURES NON‐CAP ACQ‐OTHER PHOTO & VIDEO SUPPLIES UNIFORM SUPPLIES AMMUNITION INVESTIGATIVE SUPPLIES OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

0 0 209 1,134 233 0 0 0 792 0 2,368

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000 0 1,000

383 0 2,247 0 192 0 357 0 3,792 0 6,971

400 0 1,600 0 0 0 500 0 1,000 0 3,500

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS/PUBLICATIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ‐ OTHER           TOTAL SERVICES

1,619 0 6,900 8,519

1,500 0 0 1,500

5,467 312 0 5,779

1,500 0 0 1,500

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

10,887

2,500

12,750

5,000

SERVICES 52115 52135 55220

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 58865

CAP EXP‐MOTOR VEH & HVY EQUIP           TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

TOTAL 204‐100 FORFEITURES

122


CITY OF CORSICANA

PARKS AND RECREATION SPECIAL REVENUE FUND (205) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$            58,545

$            37,839

$            37,839

$            55,145

Revenue: Other Revenue Grants and Contribution Revenue Total Revenue

                    ‐                66,277 $            66,277

                   ‐             112,300 $         112,300

                   ‐             147,275 $         147,275

                   ‐               15,000 $           15,000

Total Amount Available

$          124,822

$          150,139

$          185,114

$            70,145

Total Disbursements

                    ‐                  2,842                      ‐                      ‐                      ‐                  8,287                  5,000                  7,739                  2,072                  2,500                58,250                     293                      ‐                      ‐ $            86,983

                   ‐                 5,000               84,000               13,300                     ‐                     ‐                 5,000                 5,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $         112,300

             11,677                     ‐               84,000               13,300                     ‐                 5,527                 5,000                 1,500                     ‐                    158                     ‐                    207                 7,800                    800 $         129,969

               2,500               10,000                     ‐                     ‐               20,000                     ‐                 5,000                 7,500                 2,155                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                    700                     ‐ $           47,855

Estimated Balance 9/30

$            37,839

$            37,839

$            55,145

$            22,290

Disbursements: 003‐Temple Bethel Donations 005‐Gen. Park Imprv. Donations 008‐FY 2010 Swimming Pool Donations 009‐FY 2010 Sr Activity Ctr Donations 014‐Art in Public Places 018‐Lk. Halbert Imprvmnt. Donations 037‐Fireworks Display 038‐"Hooked" on Fishing 043‐Stewart Memorial 045‐Freedom Field 046‐Mertz Tennis Center 049‐Bunert Pk Garden 051‐Temple Bethel Stained Glass 052‐Hwy 287 Park

This special revenue fund was created to account for projects sponsored by the city. It is funded by donations and other contributions.

123


REVENUES 205‐SPECIAL REVENUE‐PARKS/RECREATION FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REVENUE 48160 48165 48170 48235 48280 48305 48325 48330 48350 48355 48360 48365 48370 48375 48380 48385 48390 48395 48400 48405

TEMPLE BETHEL DONATIONS PIONEER VILLAGE DONATIONS GEN PARK IMPROVE/DONATIONS LAKE HALBERT IMPROVEMENTS DONATIONS‐SR ACTIVITY CTR SKATE PAD FIREWORKS DISPLAY "HOOKED ON FISHING"  STEWART MEMORIAL TREE PLANTING/FULLERTON GARRITTY FREEDOM FIELD PROGRAM MERTZ TENNIS CT BUNERT CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 1ST & 75 RETAINER WALL BUNERT PK GARDEN ART IN PUBLIC PLACES TEMPLE BETHEL DONATION‐STAINED GLASS HWY 287 PARK FY 2010 SWIMMING POOL DONATIONS FY 2010 SENIOR ACTIVITY CTR DONATIONS         TOTAL GRANTS/CONTRIBUTION REV

FUND 205 TOTAL REVENUES

150 0 4,404 11,893 200 0 5,000 7,025 2,055 0 2,600 25,000 0 0 250 7,500 200 0 0 0 66,277

0 0 5,000 0 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84,000 13,300 112,300

14,175 0 2,500 350 100 0 5,000 5,950 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,500 8,500 800 84,000 13,300 147,275

0 0 2,500 0 0 0 5,000 7,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15,000

66,277

112,300

147,275

15,000

DEPARTMENTAL EXPENDITURES 205‐SPECIAL REVENUE‐PARKS/RECREATION FUND DEPT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

0 2,842 0 0 0 8,287 5,000 7,739 2,072 2,500 58,250 293 0 0 86,983

003 TEMPLE BETHEL DONATIONS 005 GENERAL PARK IMPROVEMENTS 008 FY 2010 SWIMMING POOL DONATIONS 009 FY 2010 SENIOR ACTIVITY CTR DONATIONS 014 ART IN PUBLIC PLACES 018 LAKE HALBERT IMPROVEMENTS 037 FIREWORKS DISPLAY 038 "HOOKED ON FISHING" 043 STEWART MEMORIAL 045 FREEDOM FIELD PROGRAM 046 MERTZ TENNIS CENTER 049 BUNERT PK GARDEN 051 TEMPLE BETHEL DONATION‐STAINED GLASS 052 HWY 287 PARK FUND 205 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

124

AMENDED 2010

0 5,000 84,000 13,300 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 112,300

ESTIMATE 2010

11,677 0 84,000 13,300 0 5,527 5,000 1,500 0 158 0 207 7,800 800 129,969

PROPOSED 2011

2,500 10,000 0 0 20,000 0 5,000 7,500 2,155 0 0 0 700 0 47,855


CITY OF CORSICANA

PARKS AND RECREATION SPECIAL EVENTS FUND (206) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                3,331

$                2,572

$                2,572

$                6,640

Revenue: Grants & Contributions Intergovernmental Revenue Total Revenue

                  7,010                    3,850 $             10,860

                 7,000                   3,850 $             10,850

                 5,425                   3,850 $               9,275

                 5,000                   2,500 $               7,500

Total Amount Available

$              14,191

$             13,422

$             11,847

$             14,140

Disbursements: Special Events Total Disbursements

               11,620 $             11,620

               10,850 $             10,850

                 5,206 $               5,206

                 7,500 $               7,500

Estimated Balance 9/30

$                2,572

$                2,572

$                6,640

$                6,640

This special fund was created to account for special events sponsored by the city. It is funded through donations and transfers from the Hotel/Motel fund.

125


REVENUES 206‐SPECIAL EVENTS‐PARKS/RECREATION FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REVENUE 48115

DERRICK DAY DONATIONS         TOTAL GRANTS/CONTRIBUTION REV

7,010 7,010

7,000 7,000

5,425 5,425

5,000 5,000

1,500 850 1,500 3,850

1,500 850 1,500 3,850

1,500 850 1,500 3,850

1,000 500 1,000 2,500

10,860

10,850

9,275

7,500

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47005 47006 47007

TRANS IN‐SPEC HOLIDAY EVENTS TRANS IN‐HOTEL/HALLOWEEN EVENTS TRANS IN‐DERRICK DAYS         TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REV

FUND 206 TOTAL REVENUES

EXPENDITURES 206‐SPECIAL EVENTS‐PARKS/RECREATION FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

005 006 007

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

HOLIDAY SPECIAL EVENTS HALLOWEEN EVENTS DERRICK DAYS EVENTS

FUND 206 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

126

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

6,295 15 5,310

1,500 850 8,500

0 1,638 3,569

1,000 500 6,000

11,620

10,850

5,206

7,500


CITY OF CORSICANA

LIBRARY SPECIAL REVENUE FUND (208) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                7,975

$             10,846

$             10,846

$                8,199

Revenue: Grants and Contribution Revenue Total Revenue

               57,965 $             57,965

                 6,000 $               6,000

               15,588 $             15,588

               12,500 $             12,500

Total Amount Available

$              65,940

$             16,846

$             26,434

$             20,699

Disbursements: Contributions and Donations Tx St Library‐Arch Library Renovations Genealogy Total Disbursements

                  4,429                    8,864                 41,532                       269 $             55,094

                 6,000                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $               6,000

                 6,185                 11,901                        ‐                       149 $             18,235

                 4,500                   8,000                        ‐                        ‐ $             12,500

Estimated Balance 9/30

$              10,846

$             10,846

$                8,199

$                8,199

The Library Special Revenue Fund was created to account for special projects sponsored by the city. It is funded through donations and small grants.

127


REVENUES 208‐SPECIAL REVENUE‐LIBRARY FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REVENUE 48130 48140 48145 49750 49760

LIBRARY DONATIONS NEWSPAPER RESTORATION GENEALOGY DONATIONS GRANT REV‐TX ST LIB/ARCHIVE GRANT‐LIBRARY RENOVATIONS         TOTAL GRANTS/CONTRIBUTION REV

FUND 208 TOTAL REVENUES

8,448 0 25 8,798 40,694 57,965

6,000 0 0 0 0 6,000

4,500 0 0 11,088 0 15,588

4,500 0 0 8,000 0 12,500

57,965

6,000

15,588

12,500

EXPENDITURES 208‐SPECIAL REVENUE‐LIBRARY FUND ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

100‐CONTRIBUTIONS AND DONATIONS 52010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 52085 NON‐CAP ACQ‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES 52135 DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS 52165 PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 55220 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ‐ OTHER 54570 MAINT‐FURNITURE & FIXTURES 54630 MAINT‐COMPUTERS AND TELECOMM EQUIP 55680 MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS 58025 GENEALOGY IMPROVEMENTS      TOTAL 100 ‐ CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS

87 393 700 1,919 0 448 0 624 257 4,429

125 550 700 2,500 0 650 0 875 600 6,000

0 988 750 1,815 795 0 1,755 0 82 6,185

0 0 700 2,000 0 500 0 500 800 4,500

4,356 294 0 3,844 370 0 0 0 8,864

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7,921 606 0 0 0 3,374 0 0 11,901

5,100 390 10 2,500 0 0 0 0 8,000

298 41,234 41,532

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

269 269

0 0

149 149

0 0

55,094

6,000

18,235

12,500

300‐TX ST LIBRARY‐ARCHIVES 51090 SALARIES‐PART TIME 51610 EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE 51750 EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE 52065 CAP ACQ‐COMP HDWR/SFTW 52165 PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 54630 MAINT‐COMPUTERS AND TELECOMM EQUIP 58025 LIBRARY BOOKS 58040 LIBRARY ‐ AUDIOVISUAL      TOTAL 300 ‐ TX ST LIBRARY‐ARCHIVES

500‐LIBRARY RENOVATIONS 52140 ADV & LEGAL NOTICES 55680 MAINT‐BUILDINGS      TOTAL 500 ‐ LIBRARY RENOVATIONS

600‐GENEALOGY IMPROVEMENTS 58025 GENEALOGY IMPROVEMENTS      TOTAL 600 ‐ GENEALOGY IMPROVEMENTS FUND 208 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

128


CITY OF CORSICANA

CORSICANA/NAVARRO COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND (212) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

Estimated Balance 10/1

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$          285,155

$        (103,720)

$       (103,720)

$                  709

Revenue: Other Revenue Grants & Contributions Transfers In From: General/Funding Econ. Dev.‐Reserve Total Revenue

                     13               68,311

                   500               69,340

            60,000              69,199

             60,000               70,161

           275,000                      ‐ $         343,324

           580,000                      ‐ $         649,840

          707,000                     ‐ $        836,199

           615,000                      ‐ $         745,161

Disbursements: Economic Development Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

           187,350             544,849 $         732,199

           152,080             497,308 $         649,388

          147,866            583,904 $        731,769

           155,435             589,856 $         745,291

Revenue Less Disbursements

$           (388,876)

$                    452

$           104,429

$                   (130)

Estimated Balance 9/30

$        (103,720)

$        (103,268)

$                 709

$                  579

This fund supports an employee for economic development through interactions with the business community within the City of Corsicana and Navarro County. The county reimburses the city for half of the director's salary. All other funding is by transfer from the general fund.

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REVENUES 212‐CORSICANA/NAVARRO COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

OTHER REVENUE 46160 46460 49230

INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS INTEREST‐LOAN/MAIN ST PRIOR YEAR RECOVERIES           TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

13 0 0 13

500 0 0 500

0 0 60,000 60,000

0 0 60,000 60,000

0 68,311 68,311

0 69,340 69,340

0 69,199 69,199

0 70,161 70,161

275,000 275,000

580,000 580,000

707,000 707,000

615,000 615,000

343,324

649,840

836,199

745,161

GRANTS & CONTRIBUTION REVENUE 49660 48495

NGIT BLDG‐LOAN CONTRIBUTIONS REV‐COUNTY           TOTAL CONTRIBUTION REVENUE

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47100

TRANS IN FR GENERAL         TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE

FUND 212 TOTAL REVENUES

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212‐100 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, CONTINUED

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

PERSONNEL SERVICES 51010 51250 51270 51530 51550 51610 51630 51650 51750

SALARIES‐FULL TIME LONGEVITY PAY WELL PAY AUTO ALLOWANCE CELL PHONE ALLOWANCE EMPLR‐SOC SEC & MEDICARE EMPLR‐RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLR‐GROUP HEALTH/LIFE DENTAL EMPLR‐WORKER'S COMP INSURANCE           TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES

102,616 270 578 4,200 900 7,924 16,416 6,132 0 139,037

100,302 348 550 4,200 900 8,134 17,673 6,573 0 138,680

99,916 0 0 3,500 900 7,623 17,302 6,136 88 135,466

100,302 420 550 4,200 900 8,137 18,650 7,241 135 140,535

143 0 134 0 0 277

800 800 200 1,000 500 3,300

700 700 200 1,000 500 3,100

800 800 200 1,000 500 3,300

1,564 2,460 561 0 1,711 741 995 0 40,000 0 48,032

900 2,700 0 1,000 1,000 0 4,500 0 0 0 10,100

900 2,500 0 900 1,000 0 4,000 0 0 0 9,300

900 2,700 0 2,500 1,000 0 4,500 0 0 0 11,600

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

187,350

152,080

147,866

155,435

SUPPLIES 52010 52015 52020 52065 53820

OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING SUPPLIES POSTAGE/SHIPPING NON‐CAP ACQ‐COMPUTERS OTHER MATERIALS & SUPPLIES           TOTAL SUPPLIES

SERVICES 52115 52135 52140 52160 52165 55010 55220 55360 55460 56260

TRAVEL & EDUCATION DUES, SUBSCRTNS & PUBLCTNS ADVERTISING & LEGAL NOTIC PROMOTIONAL ADV & MATERIALS PUBLIC & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS GENERAL SERVICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES‐OTHER CONTRACT SERVICES ‐ CNC ECON DEV CONTRACT SERVICES ‐ EQ IND PRTNR‐H UTIL‐COMMUNICATIONS           TOTAL SERVICES

MAINTENANCE 58280

MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

TOTAL 212‐100 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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212‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

MAINTENANCE 54010 55680

MAINT‐NGIT/BLDGS & GROUNDS MAINT‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS           TOTAL MAINTENANCE

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

38,117 0 53,576 37,250 415,625 282 0 0 0 0 0 0 544,849

35,185 132,123 0 0 330,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 497,308

32,253 130,263 0 0 421,388 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 583,904

35,185 129,671 0 0 425,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 589,856

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

544,849

497,308

583,904

589,856

SUNDRY 50370 50385 50415 50595 52455 52460 52485 52490 52495 52500 52505 52510

NOTE/PRINC‐NGIT BLDG‐CAP NOTES PAYABLE PRINCIPAL PAYMENT ‐ LINE OF CREDIT INTEREST PAYMENT ‐ LINE OF CREDIT AGREEMENT‐ECON DEV AGREEMENT‐ECON DEV ‐ PY TAXES‐NGIT‐CISD TAXES‐NGIT‐CITY TAXES‐NGIT‐NAVARRO COLLEGE TAXES‐NGIT‐COUNTY TAXES‐NGIT‐COUNTY ROAD/BRIDGE TAXES‐NGIT‐FLOOD CONTROL           TOTAL SUNDRY

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 58280 58295 58805

CAP EXP‐BUILDINGS & GROUNDS CAP EXP‐NGIT/BLDGS & GROUNDS CAP EXP‐NGIT/FURN & FIXTURES           TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

TOTAL 212‐910 NON‐DEPARTMENTAL

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CITY OF CORSICANA

POLICE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND (214) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$            43,638

$            25,271

$            25,271

$            24,914

Revenue: Other Revenue Police Donations Animal Shelter Donations Total Revenue

0 856 2,537 $              3,393

0 750 2,000 $             2,750

0 2,750 6,775 $             9,525

0 2,500 6,000 $             8,500

Total Amount Available

$            47,031

$            28,021

$            34,796

$            33,414

Disbursements: 100 Police Donations 101 Mounted Patrol Donations 104 Police Explorers 105 Drug Free Youth in Texas 106 Tobacco Grant 2007 201 Animal Shelter Total Disbursements

1,486 0 0 0 0               20,274 $            21,760

750 0 0 0 0                2,000 $             2,750

1,903 0 1,431 0 0 6,548 $             9,883

2,500 0 0 0 0 6,000 $             8,500

Estimated Balance 9/30

$            25,271

$            25,271

$            24,914

$            24,914

This fund accounts for various projects supported by the police department. It is funded through donations.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM FUND (216) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$                  172

$            10,904

$            10,904

$            15,904

              25,000 $            25,000

                5,000 $              5,000

                5,000 $              5,000

                5,000 $              5,000

Total Amount Available

$             25,172

$            15,904

$            15,904

$            20,904

Disbursements: Other Summer Programs Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

              14,268                      ‐ $            14,268

                    ‐                  5,000 $              5,000

                    ‐                      ‐ $                  ‐

              10,000                      ‐ $            10,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             10,904

$            10,904

$            15,904

$            10,904

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 47802 Intergovernmental Revenue Total Revenue

3 910

This fund supports various summer programs such as tennis, kid-fish, etc. and is funded by a transfer from the general fund.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES SPECIAL REVENUE FUND (217) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$               4,874

$              9,134

$              9,134

$            11,434

Revenues: 48055 Grants and Contributions 48475 Donations ‐ Cemeteries Total Revenue

7,350 0 $              7,350

6,300 0 $              6,300

6,350 500 $              6,850

6,300 500 $              6,800

Total ATotal Amount Available

$             12,224

$            15,434

$            15,984

$            18,234

Disbursements: 200 Benevolent Services Total Disbursements

                3,090 $              3,090

                6,300 $              6,300

                4,550 $              4,550

                6,000 $              6,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               9,134

$              9,134

$            11,434

$            12,234

This special revenue fund was created to account for Community Support Services projects sponsored by the city. Included are benevolent services and cemetery projects. It is funded by donations.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

FIRE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND (221) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

48040 49690

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$               6,984

$              9,765

$              9,765

$              8,385

Revenue: Miscellaneous Donations LEOSE Grant Funds Total Revenue

3,170 731 $              3,901

2,000 700 $              2,700

3,035 706 $              3,741

3,000 700 $              3,700

Total Amount Available

$             10,884

$            12,465

$            13,506

$            12,085

Disbursements: Miscellaneous Donations LEOSE Funds Total Disbursements

1,119 0 $              1,119

2,000 700 $              2,700

3,861 1,259 $              5,121

3,000 700 $              3,700

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               9,765

$              9,765

$              8,385

$              8,385

Total Amount Available

1 2

This special revenue fund for the fire department was created to account for special projects and LEOSE funds from the state. Special projects are funded through donations, and LEOSE expenditures are funded by the state for a specific purpose.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

PALACE THEATRE FUND (222) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$                  864

$              5,309

$              5,309

$                  999

                6,000                10,500 $            16,500

                6,000                12,000 $            18,000

                    ‐                  6,085 $              6,085

                2,000                  9,500 $            11,500

Total Amount Available

$             17,364

$            23,309

$            11,394

$            12,499

Disbursements: Palace Theatre Total Disbursements

              12,055 $            12,055

              15,000 $            15,000

              10,395 $            10,395

              11,500 $            11,500

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               5,309

$              8,309

$                  999

$                  999

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 48075 Palace Theatre Contribution 49090 Grants and Contribution Revenue Total Revenue

100

This fund accounts for and tracks the payment of electric service for the downtown Palace Theatre. The city makes a budget approved donation to the account and the balance is reimbursed to the city by the theater.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

POLICE LEOSE FUND (225) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$               3,529

$              1,502

$              1,502

$              1,502

                3,313 $              3,313

                3,000 $              3,000

                3,368 $              3,368

                3,300 $              3,300

Total Amount Available

$               6,842

$              4,502

$              4,870

$              4,802

Disbursements: Police LEOSE Total Disbursements

                5,341 $              5,341

                3,000 $              3,000

                3,368 $              3,368

                3,300 $              3,300

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               1,502

$              1,502

$              1,502

$              1,502

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 49700 Grants and Contribution Revenue Total Revenue

100

The Police LEOSE Fund accounts for expenditures that are funded by the state for Certified Law Enforcement Officer Education.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

SR. ACTIVITY CENTER MAINTENANCE FUND (229) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$             62,202

$            57,571

$            57,571

$            52,571

                    ‐

                     50

                    ‐

                    ‐

$                  ‐

$                   50

$                  ‐

$                  ‐

$             62,202

$            57,621

$            57,571

$            52,571

Tourism/Activity Center Maintenance

                4,631

                5,000

                5,000

                5,000

Total Disbursements

$              4,631

$              5,000

$              5,000

$              5,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             57,571

$            52,621

$            52,571

$            47,571

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 46160 Other Revenue Total Revenue

Total Amount Available

Disbursements: 100

This fund accounts for the maintenance and capital purchases for the Sr. Activity Center. It was originally funded by a grant.

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140


CITY OF CORSICANA

T.  I. F. INFRASTRUCTURE FUND (230) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$          (993,891)

$          (949,283)

$          (949,283)

$          (848,844)

Revenue: Taxes Total Revenue

            377,081 $          377,081

            419,810 $          419,810

            407,216 $          407,216

            435,497 $          435,497

Total Amount Available

$          (616,810)

$          (529,473)

$          (542,068)

$          (413,347)

Disbursements: T.I.F. Frontage Road Total Disbursements

            332,473                       ‐ $          332,473

            314,858                       ‐ $          314,858

            306,777                       ‐ $          306,777

            326,623                       ‐ $          326,623

Estimated Balance 9/30

$          (949,283)

$          (844,331)

$          (848,844)

$          (739,970)

Cash Balance 9/30 Amount owed to General Fund Payable to Developer

$                5,102

$               5,000

$               5,000

$               5,000

$          (671,575)

$          (534,473)

$          (548,433)

$          (418,347)

$          (282,810)

$          (314,858)

$          (305,412)

$          (326,623)

This is a Tax Infrastructure Funding district funded by tax dollars from the City of Corsicana, Navarro County, and Navarro College.

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REVENUES TIF INFRASTRUCTURE FUND 230

ACCOUNT NUMBER

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

TAXES 42050 42090 42130 42170

TAXES‐NAVARRO COUNTY TAXES‐NAVARRO COUNTY/ROAD‐BRIDGE TAXES‐NAVARRO COLLEGE TAXES‐CITY OF CORSICANA           TOTAL TAXES

FUND 230 TOTAL REVENUES

134,817 27,340 34,258 180,666 377,081

152,586 29,904 37,846 199,474 419,810

148,008 29,007 36,711 193,490 407,216

163,096 34,190 37,988 200,223 435,497

377,081

419,810

407,216

435,497

EXPENDITURES TIF INFRASTRUCTURE FUND 230

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

100 ‐ T I F  ADMINISTRATION 50415 50595 52465 55220

CAPITAL LEASE‐PRINCIPAL CAPITAL LEASE‐INTEREST 75% TAXES‐PROJECT COST/CURRENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES          TOTAL 100‐TIF ADMINISTRATION

45,000 2,481 282,811 2,181 332,473

0 0 314,858 0 314,858

0 0 305,412 1,365 306,777

0 0 326,623 0 326,623

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

332,473

314,858

306,777

326,623

110 ‐ FRONTAGE 287 ‐ I45 E. 55220

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES          TOTAL 110‐FRONTAGE 287 ‐ I45 E.

FUND 230 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

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City of Corsicana, Texas Corsicana Tax Increment Financing District Reinvestment Zone, No. 1 As of September 30, 2010 (Projected Balance)

INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS BUDGET VS EXPENDITURES

EXPENDED TO DATE DESCRIPTION

BUDGET

$

BY CITY

1,635,000.00

$

BY CONTRACTORS

1. (a)

Frontage Road, Area A

1. (b)

Frontage Road, Area A

2,600,000.00

2.

Infrastructure Business Park, Area A

4,800,000.00

3.

Property Purchase, Area A (Cors Crossing)

845,000.00

4.

Site Grading, Area A

250,000.00

-

5.

Street Improvements, Area A

100,000.00

-

-

100,000.00

6.

Infrastructure Airport, Area C

1,000,000.00

-

-

1,000,000.00

7.

Infrastructure, Area D

700,000.00

-

467,161.15

8.

Infrastructure, Area B

800,000.00

-

800,000.00

9.

Infrastructure, Area A

1,700,000.00

-

410,356.81

10.

Infrastructure, Area C

1,200,000.00

-

-

1,200,000.00

11.

Frontage Road, Area B

-

-

12.

Infrastructure, Area D (S. 15th)

250,000.00

256,538.49

-

(6,538.49)

13.

Contingencies/Administration

120,000.00

28,136.44

-

91,863.56

16,000,000.00

$

3,287,188.64

1,289,643.19

$

11,324,015.71

143

1,369,792.82 -

223,161.25

-

$

3,653,368.43

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

(96,301.67) (687,188.64)

-

232,838.85

7,670,647.28

$

3,430,207.18

845,000.00

$

-

-

-

$

1,731,301.67

REMAINING BALANCE

26,838.75

-

$

4,675,984.29


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PROJECT PLAN CORSICANA TIF REINVESTMENT ZONE 1 IH-45 has been completed through the Corsicana area for 36 years, but little development has occurred adjacent to the highway – primarily because of a lack of public infrastructure. Even though there are major intersections with SH 31 and US 287, this still has generated only piecemeal development. To make these areas more marketable for development, the City of Corsicana created a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Reinvestment Zone. This TIF Reinvestment Zone will be utilized to fund a series of infrastructure improvements, which are needed to incentivize and accelerate the rate of development in the area. Public infrastructure improvements that the City of Corsicana has determined would stimulate development have been prioritized into four specific areas, three along the IH-45 corridor and the fourth in the Corsicana Airport area. Improvements are generally frontage road improvements along IH-45, water and sewer line installation and the purchase of one parcel pf property in the business park and have an estimated cost of $16 Million. Without the establishment of a TIF Reinvestment Zone and the subsequent expenditures for public infrastructure improvements, that new development over the next 20 years would total only $25.2 million. On the other hand, with establishment of the TIF Reinvestment Zone, and subsequent public infrastructure improvements to provide access and utilities, private development over the next twenty years would total $145.3 million. As set forth in Section 31.011 of the Tax Increment Financing Act of the Tax Code, the Project Plan for Corsicana TIF Reinvestment Zone No. 1, Corsicana, Texas must and does include the following elements: 1. A map showing existing uses and conditions of real property in the Zone and a map showing proposed improvements to and proposed uses of the property. A map in on file showing uses of real property in the City and Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone and a map indicating potential locations of proposed public improvements in the Zone. 2. Proposed changes of zoning ordinances, the master plan of the municipality, building codes, and other municipal ordinances. No changes of zoning ordinances, building codes, or other municipal ordinances are anticipated at this time. 3. A list of estimated non-project costs. Non-project costs within the Zone area are those development costs not paid for by the Zone. These costs will include, but are not limited to, $145 Million of new development. 4. A statement of a method of relocating persons to be displaced as a result of implementing the plan. In the process of developing and redeveloping the Zone, it is not contemplated there will be any voluntary relocations. However, it may be necessary to relocate individuals and businesses through voluntary buyout. In the event that this is required, the City or private developer will follow the procedures that would be used in the development or construction of other public or private improvements outside the Zone.

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FINANCING PLAN CORSICANA TIF REINVESTMENT ZONE 1 The Financing Plan provides information on the projected impact that the Corsicana TIF Reinvestment Zone No. 1 (Zone) could have on the property. It will also describe how that impact could be utilized to enhance the area and region through leveraging the resources of each entity that participate in the project. Below is a summary of the Financing Plan items required by law: 1.

The proposed public improvements in the Zone are as follows: • Capital costs, including the actual costs of the acquisition and construction of public works, public improvements, new buildings, structures, and fixtures; the actual costs of the acquisition, demolition, alteration, remodeling, repair, or reconstruction of existing building, structures, and fixtures; and the actual costs of the acquisition of land and equipment and the clearing and grading of land; • Financing costs, including all interest paid to holders of evidences of indebtedness or other obligations issued to pay for project costs and any premium paid over the principal amount of the obligations because of the redemption of the obligations before maturity; • Any real property assembly costs; • Professional service costs, including those incurred for architectural, planning, engineering, and legal advice and services; • Any relocation costs; • Organizational costs, including costs of conducting environmental impact studies or other studies, the cost of publicizing the creation of the Zone, and the cost of implementing the project plan for the Zone; • Interest before and during construction and for one year after completion of construction, whether or not capitalized; • The amount of any contributions made by the municipality from general revenue for the implementation of the project plan; • Imputed administrative costs, including reasonable charges for the time spent by employees of the municipality in connection with the implementation of a project plan; • The cost of operating the Zone and project facilities; and • Payments made at the discretion of the governing body of the municipality that the municipality finds necessary or convenient to the creation of the Zone or to the implementation of the project plans for the Zone.

2.

Estimated Project Cost of Zone, including administrative expenses. • Project costs are estimated at approximately $ 16 Million. Specific cost estimates are included in Table 1 of the Feasibility Analysis.

3.

Economic Feasibility Study. • An economic feasibility study has been completed and is included as a part of this Financing Plan.

4.

The estimated amount of bonded indebtedness to be incurred. • No bonded indebtedness is anticipated at this time.

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FINANCING PLAN – PAGE 2 CORSICANA REINVESTMENT ZONE NO. 1 5.

The time when related costs or monetary obligations are to be incurred. • Funds will be expended on a “pay-as-you-go” basis.

6.

A description of the methods of financing all estimated project costs and the expected sources of revenue to finance or pay project costs including the percentage of tax increment to be derived from the property taxes of each taxing unit on real property in the zone. • Project costs will be financed using tax increment funds received and no new debt is envisioned at this time. The revenue sources will be the real property taxes captured by the Zone, which will account for 100% of revenues used to fund project costs. For the Financial Plan, it is assumed that all taxing jurisdictions will participate at 100% of their incremental taxable value.

7.

The current total appraised value of taxable real property in the Zone. • The current appraised value of the taxable real property in the Zone is $42 Million using the 2001 values provided by the Navarro Central Appraisal District.

8.

The estimated appraised value of the improvements in the Zone during each year of existence. • The estimated appraised value of the improvements in the Zone per year is listed in the following table.

Table 1 Appraised Value of Existing & New Development Corsicana TIF Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Corsicana, Texas

Year $ M 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

Base Assessed Value $M 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42

New Development Assessed Value $M 13.5 27.1 40.7 54.3 69.9 74.1 80.3 86.6 92.9 99.2 103.8 108.4 113.0 117.6 122.2 126.8 131.4 136.0 140.6 145.3 -

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Total Assessed Value 55.5 69.1 82.7 96.3 109.9 116.1 122.3 128.6 134.6 141.2 145.8 150.4 155.0 159.6 164.2 168.8 173.4 178.0 182.6 187.3 -


FINANCING PLAN – PAGE 3 CORSICANA REINVESTMENT ZONE NO. 1 •

The estimated appraised value of the improvements in the Zone per year is listed in the following table.

Table 2 Annual Incremental Funds Available Corsicana TIF Reinvestment Zone No. 1 Corsicana, Texas

Year $M 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 TOTAL *Based on 100% participation and tax rates of:

Annual Captured Value $K* 13.5 27.1 40.7 54.3 69.9 74.1 80.3 86.6 92.9 99.2 103.8 108.4 113.0 117.6 122.2 126.8 131.4 136.0 140.6 145.3 24,121.1

City - $0.6272; County - $0.6180; and College - $0.1190.

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Annual Tax Increment 173.1 347.4 521.7 696.1 870.4 949.9 1,029.3 1,110.1 1,190.9 1,271.6 1,330.6 1,389.6 1,448.5 1,507.5 1,566.4 1,625.4 1,684.4 1,743.3 1,802.3 1,862.6


CITY OF CORSICANA

MUNICIPAL COURT TECHNOLOGY FEES FUND (231) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$             35,544

$            31,029

$            39,079

$            44,910

              15,948 $            15,948

                4,800 $              4,800

              16,786 $            16,786

              16,000 $            16,000

Total Amount Available

$             51,492

$            35,829

$            55,865

$            60,910

Disbursements: Court Technology Total Disbursements

              12,413 $            12,413

              13,500 $            13,500

              10,955 $            10,955

              15,798 $            15,798

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             39,079

$            22,329

$            44,910

$            45,112

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 44010 Fines and Forfeitures Total Revenue

40

This fund accounts for the collection of a municipal court technology fee. The funds may be used only to finance the purchase of technological enhancements for the municipal court including: computer systems; computer networks; computer hardware; computer software; imaging systems; electronic kiosks; electronic ticket writers; and docket management systems.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

MUNICIPAL COURT BUILDING SECURITY FEES FUND (232) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$             76,480

$            84,246

$            84,246

$            90,996

              12,139                         3 $            12,142

              11,000                      ‐ $            11,000

              12,750                      ‐ $            12,750

              12,000                      ‐ $            12,000

Total Amount Available

$             88,622

$            95,246

$            96,996

$          102,996

Disbursements: Court Security Total Disbursements

                4,376 $              4,376

              28,477 $            28,477

                6,000 $              6,000

              27,533 $            27,533

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             84,246

$            66,769

$            90,996

$            75,463

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 44010 Fines and Forfeitures 46160 Interest Income Total Revenue

40

This fund accounts for the collection of a municipal court building security fee.  The funds may be used only to provide  security services for buildings housing the municipal court, including:  Purchase or repair or X‐ray machines and conveying  systems; Handheld metal detectors; Walkthrough metal detectors; Identification cards and systems; Electronic locking and  surveillance equipment; Baliffs, deputy sheriffs, deputy constables, or contract security personnel during times when they  are providing appropriate security services; Signage; Confiscated weapon inventory and tracking systems; Locks, chains,  alarms, or similar security devices; Purchase or repair of bullet‐proof glass; and  Continuing education on security issues  for court personnel and security personnel.

150


CITY OF CORSICANA

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND (239) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$           243,116

$          159,522

$          159,522

$          159,522

            156,325                     766                10,902 $          167,993

           114,000                     750                      ‐ $          114,750

           141,450                      ‐                      ‐ $          141,450

           157,500                      ‐                      ‐ $          157,500

Total Amount Available

$           411,109

$          274,272

$          300,972

$          317,022

Disbursements: Capital‐Equipment Replacement Transfer to EMS Operating Fund Total Disbursements

                    ‐              251,587 $          251,587

           114,000                      ‐ $          114,000

           141,450                      ‐ $          141,450

           130,000                      ‐ $          130,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$           159,522

$          160,272

$          159,522

$          187,022

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 47503 Transfer from EMS Operating Fund 46160 Interest Income 49710 Grant Revenues Total Revenue

125 910

This fund is used to account for equipment replacement for emergency medical services. It is funded by a transfer from the EMS Operating Fund.

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND 239 SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION

Ambulance

ID

MODEL

PURCHASE LIFE DATE

FY 2011

FY 2012

2006

4

$    57,000

2002

8

     65,000

2009

6

2008

5

2007

4

     57,000

Box‐Equip

2002

8

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

2009

6

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2007

5

     11,000

2008

4

     57,000

Box‐Equip

2002

8

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

2009

6

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2008

5

2010

4

2006 Ford F350 Frazier Built

Box‐Equip Equip‐Defibrillator

budgeted 2008, purchased in 2009

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2007 Ford F350 Frazier Built

2008 Ford F350 Frazier Built

$   57,000

     26,750      11,000

     57,000

     26,750       11,000

     57,000

     26,750      11,000

2010 Ford F350 Frazier Built

     57,000

Box‐Equip

2002

8

Equip‐Defibrillator

2009

6

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2009

5

     11,000

2010

4

     57,000

Box‐Equip

2004

8

Equip‐Defibrillator

2009

6

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2009

5

     11,000

Chassis‐Equip

2009

4

Box‐Equip

2009

8

Equip‐Defibrillator

2009

6

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

2009

5

     11,000

Chassis‐Equip

Ambulance

FY 2017

M‐3

Chassis‐Equip

Ambulance

FY 2016

M‐1

Chassis‐Equip

Ambulance

FY 2015

M‐2

Chassis‐Equip

Ambulance

FY 2014

M‐4

Chassis‐Equip

Ambulance

FY 2013

     65,000

M‐5 2010 Ford F350 FRAZIER

     65,000

M‐6 2009 Ford F350 Frazier Built

EMS PROGRAM LAPTOPS‐AMBULANCE/4 PARAMEDIC 1ST RESP ENGINE/1 PROGRAM ADM @  $4,000 EACH

    57,000

     65,000

4

       8,000

Totals

$  130,000

ANNUAL TRANSFER TO  EQUIPMENT  REPLACEMENT

     57,000

      8,000 $    385,000

$     87,000

    12,000 $    307,500

$     69,000

        8,000 $    114,000

$    141,000

        157,500     206,111    180,111     180,511    164,461     170,561     186,611

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND 239 SCHEDULE DESCRIPTION

FY 2018

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

FY 2023

FY 2024

FY 2025

FY 2026

FY 2027

FY 2028

TOTAL

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

$    57,000

Box‐Equip

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

$   57,000

     26,750

$    57,000

$     285,000

     65,000

       195,000

     26,750

     11,000

         80,250

    11,000

     11,000           44,000

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

     57,000

Box‐Equip

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

     26,750

     57,000

     57,000         285,000       65,000         195,000       26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

     11,000

         80,250       11,000

         44,000

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

     57,000

Box‐Equip

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

     57,000

     57,000         285,000       65,000         195,000       26,750

     11,000

         80,250

    11,000

     11,000           44,000

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

     57,000

     57,000

Box‐Equip

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

     57,000

       228,000       65,000         195,000

     26,750

     11,000

         80,250

     11,000

         33,000

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

     57,000

     57,000

Box‐Equip

     57,000

       228,000

     65,000

Equip‐Defibrillator

     65,000         195,000

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

     26,750

     11,000

         80,250

     11,000

         33,000

Ambulance Chassis‐Equip

   57,000

Box‐Equip Equip‐Defibrillator

     57,000

       228,000

     65,000

       130,000

     26,750

Equip‐Other (Power Cot)

     11,000

EMS PROGRAM LAPTOPS‐AMBUL $4,000 EACH

     12,000 $    136,000

$    167,000

     26,750

         80,250

     11,000

     8,000 $    534,500

$    65,000

    12,000 $    125,000

ANNUAL TRANSFER TO  EQUIPMENT  REPLACEMENT     187,011     213,011

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$     91,000

         33,000

        8,000 $    147,000

$    130,000

     12,000 $    274,500

$    145,000

         88,000 $    396,000

$     3,444,500


CITY OF CORSICANA

CORSICANA CROSSING MAINTENANCE FUND (243) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

Estimated Balance 10/1

ACTUAL

AMENDED

ESTIMATE

PROPOSED

2009

2010

2010

2011

$             90,239

$            86,266

$            86,266

$            81,016

Revenue: 46160 Other Revenue

                     31

                    ‐

                    ‐

                    ‐

Total Revenue

$                   31

$                  ‐

$                  ‐

$                  ‐

Total Amount Available

$             90,270

$            86,266

$            86,266

$            81,016

Disbursements: 100

Maintenance‐Road/Bridge

                4,004

              86,250

                5,250

              81,000

Total Disbursements

$              4,004

$            86,250

$              5,250

$            81,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             86,266

$                    16

$            81,016

$                    16

This fund was created to account for funds received for Corsicana Crossing projects.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

COURT FINES/RULES OF THE ROAD FUND (244) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

Estimated Balance 10/1

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$           149,263

$           251,545

$           251,545

$           237,545

Revenue: 44385 Fines & Forfeitures

            101,943

              89,000

            120,000

            100,000

46160 Other Revenue

                    339

                    400

                     ‐

                     ‐

47100 Transfer from General Fund (Ins Proc)

                     ‐

                     ‐

                     ‐

                     ‐

$          102,281

$            89,400

$          120,000

$          100,000

$           251,545

$           340,945

$           371,545

$           337,545

Total Revenue

Total Amount Available

Disbursements: 110

Police Cars

                     ‐

              75,000

              94,000

              72,000

330

Regal Dr $150,000/Other Street Impr

                     ‐

            218,000

              40,000

            235,000

Total Disbursements

$                   ‐

$          293,000

$          134,000

$          307,000

$           251,545

$             47,945

$           237,545

$             30,545

Estimated Balance 9/30

This fund accounts for the collection of a municipal court rules of the road fee. The funds may be used only to finance the: Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and culverts; Enforcement of laws regulating the use of highways by motor vehicles; and defray the expense of traffic officers. TMCEC states enforcement of laws would include radar, police vehicles, and personnel enforcing traffic laws.

155


CITY OF CORSICANA

COURT FINES/JUDICIAL EFFICIENCY FUND (246) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL

AMENDED

ESTIMATE

PROPOSED

2009

2010

2010

2011

$             13,234

$            18,760

$            18,760

$            23,560

                5,627

                5,250

                6,300

                5,750

Total Revenue

$              5,627

$              5,250

$              6,300

$              5,750

Total Amount Available

$             18,861

$            24,010

$            25,060

$            29,310

                   101

                4,100

                1,500

              10,000

Total Disbursements

$                 101

$              4,100

$              1,500

$            10,000

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             18,760

$            19,910

$            23,560

$            19,310

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 44510 Fines & Forfeitures

Disbursements: 40

Judicial Efficiency

This fund accounts for the collection of a municipal court judicial effieciency fee. The funds are used to promote the efficient operation of the municipal court and the investigation, prosecution, and enforcement of offenses that are within the jurisdiction of the municipal court. (added by the 79th Legislature, 2nd Called Session, in House Bill 11 and applies to conviction of offenses committed on or after December 1, 2005).

156


CITY OF CORSICANA

COURT FINES/CHILD SAFETY FUND (247) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL

AMENDED

ESTIMATE

PROPOSED

2009

2010

2010

2011

$               7,178

$              5,698

$              5,698

$              1,998

                1,019

                   750

                2,100

                2,500

Total Revenue

$              1,019

$                 750

$              2,100

$              2,500

Total Amount Available

$               8,198

$              6,448

$              7,798

$              4,498

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 44635 Fines & Forfeitures

Disbursements: 910

Contr./Children's Advocacy Ctr.

                2,500

                6,000

                5,800

                2,500

Total Disbursements

$              2,500

$              6,000

$              5,800

$              2,500

Estimated Balance 9/30

$               5,698

$                  448

$              1,998

$              1,998

This fund accounts for the collection of a municipal court child safety fee. The funds may be used to finance: A school crossing guard program; Programs designed to enhance child safety, health, or nutrition, including child abuse prevention and intervention and drug and alcohol abuse prevention.

157


158


CITY OF CORSICANA

CONSTRUCTION FUND (308) ‐ UTILITIES (501) SUB‐FUND 1999A REVENUE BOND CHANGES IN FUND RELATIONSHIP ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$       281,389

$         76,128

$         76,128

$         91,965

834 0 $              834

                200 0 $              200

                100             62,685 $         62,785

0 0 $0

Total Amount Available

$       282,223

$         76,328

$       138,913

$         91,965

Disbursements: Misc. Water Line Improvements Sewer ‐ I‐45 South Water ‐ I‐45 South 2nd Avenue Sanitary Sewer Line Post Oak Creek Crossing Lift Station‐I45 Bus. Park Proj. + Adv. Sewer 26th‐29th Sts. 7th Avenue Engineering E. 5th San. Sewer Line Carl White 18" Replacement  Transfer to Fund 253 ‐ City Match Sewer at Oaklawn Phase 2 ‐ Trs to 242 Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62,685 0 75,404 0 68,007 0 $       206,096

0 0 0 0 0 0 47,618 159,400 0 0 0 0 0 $       207,018

0 0 0 35,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,233 0 1,715 $         46,948

0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 41,965 0 0 $         91,965

$91,965

$                   0

Estimated Balance 10/1

Revenue: 46160 Interest Earnings 47332 Transfer from Fund 332 Total Revenue

60 80 90 120 200 210 220 230 240 250 253 750 910

Estimated Balance 9/30

$76,128

($130,690)

This fund accounts for financial resources from the sale of Revenue Bonds used for water and sewer improvements.

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CITY OF CORSICANA

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (320) 2005 C.O. (GENERAL RELATED) CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ****** GRAND TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET ****** ORIGINAL REVISED REVISED REVISED BUDGET 10/01/2007 04/15/2008 08/19/2008

46085 46160 46385 49050 48515 49470

910 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109

REVISED 09/30/2009

ACTUAL 2005

ACTUAL 2006

ACTUAL 2007

ACTUAL 2008

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                  ‐

$      1,231,224

$      1,123,630

$      1,012,028

$         727,823

$         561,934

$         561,934

$       561,477

Revenue: Interest Earnings Interest Earnings Interest Earnings Revenue from Settlement ‐ ETTL Developer Contributions Bond Proceeds Total Revenue

                    1             16,932               4,916                   ‐                   ‐       1,319,018 $      1,340,867

                 159             41,068                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐               9,354 $            50,582

                  ‐              46,911                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐ $            46,911

                 ‐             28,696                   ‐             30,000                   ‐                   ‐ $            58,696

                 ‐               4,591                   ‐                   ‐             23,000                   ‐ $            27,591

                 ‐               3,500                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐ $              3,500

                 ‐               1,129                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐ $              1,129

               ‐             1,000                 ‐                 ‐                 ‐                 ‐ $            1,000

Total Amount Available

$      1,340,867

$      1,281,806

$      1,170,541

$      1,070,723

$         755,413

$         565,434

$         563,064

$       562,477

           59,018                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐             10,858                   ‐             39,767 $         109,642

                  ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    ‐             14,597           121,678               2,051                    ‐             19,851 $         158,176

                  ‐                    ‐                    ‐              26,835                    ‐            107,176                    ‐              12,631                    ‐              11,872 $         158,514

                 ‐                   ‐           327,736                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐             15,165 $         342,901

                 ‐                   ‐               1,639             81,539                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐           105,801               4,500 $         193,479

                 ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐             36,531                   ‐                   ‐           443,219             44,000             15,000 $         538,750

             1,587                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐ $             1,587

               ‐                 ‐                 ‐                 ‐           36,531                 ‐                 ‐        443,219           44,000           15,000 $       538,750

$      1,231,224

$      1,123,630

$      1,012,028

$         727,823

$         561,934

$            26,684

$         561,477

$         23,727

Disbursements: Issuance Costs Finance‐Voting Equipment Street‐Brick Street Project Street‐Downtown Sidewalk Project Street‐W. Park Row Bridge Repl. Proj. Street‐Roane Road Connection Street‐IH45 Frontage Road Buildings‐Gov't Center Renovation Hotel‐Interurban Project Hotel‐Depot Remodel/Visitor's Ctr. Total Disbursements

           70,000           150,000             20,000             50,000             95,000           100,000           500,000           200,000             75,000

           49,663                    ‐           150,000             26,835             50,000           121,773           121,678           647,513           200,000             85,000

           49,663                    ‐           241,678             26,835             50,000           121,773           121,678           555,835           200,000             85,000

           49,663                    ‐           328,754             26,835             50,000           121,773           121,678           468,759           200,000             85,000

           59,018                    ‐           327,736             83,000             36,531           121,773           121,678           468,759           150,000           106,200

     1,260,000

     1,452,462

     1,452,462

     1,452,462

     1,474,695

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds and Other Revenues Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Project Outlays Est. Balance @ 9/30/2011

      1,381,372             (59,018)            145,404       (1,444,031)              23,727

This fund is used to account for resources designated for the following general related projects: finance equipment, street projects, facility renovations, and the interurban project; and to assemble costs related to these improvements. Sources for funds are proceeds from the sale of Certificates of Obligation.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (324) 2006  C.O. CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2007

ACTUAL 2008

ACTUAL (RESTATED) 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$           277,798

$           277,798

$           262,259

                   ‐                      111                      ‐                      ‐                      ‐                      ‐

****** GRAND TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET ******

46085 46160 46385 49230 49470 49620

301 302 303 304 305 306 910

ORIGINAL

REVISED

REVISED

REVISED

BUDGET

10/01/2007

04/15/2008

08/05/2008

ACTUAL 2006

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                    ‐

$        4,110,182

$        3,882,961

$           435,514

Revenue: Interest Earnings Interest Earnings Interest Earnings Refund from TxDOT ‐ I‐45 Frontage Road Proceeds Grant Revenues Total Revenue

                         6                 99,639                 32,417                       ‐           4,110,000                       ‐ $       4,242,062

                     ‐              211,634                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $          211,634

                     ‐              112,372                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                 93,822 $          206,194

                    ‐

                   ‐ 

                 1,895                       ‐              262,473                       ‐              149,629 $          413,997

                    500                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $                  500

$                  111

                    500                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $                  500

Total Amount Available

$        4,242,062

$        4,321,816

$        4,089,155

$           849,511

$           278,298

$           277,909

$           262,759

                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐              131,880 $          131,880

                     ‐              323,346              115,509                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $          438,855

                     ‐           3,492,878                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐              130,876                 29,887 $       3,653,641

            157,500              210,964                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐              208,725                 (5,476) $          571,713

                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                 40,225                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $             40,225

                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐                 13,400                       ‐                       ‐                   2,250 $             15,650

                     ‐                       ‐                       ‐              250,000                       ‐                       ‐                       ‐ $          250,000

$        4,110,182

$        3,882,961

$           435,514

$           277,798

$           238,073

$           262,259

$             12,759

Disbursements: Study‐Corp. of Engineers IH45 Frontage Road Bunert Swimming Pool Beaton Lake Redevelopment Pioneer Village Storage Building NRCS Grant City Match‐Erosion Control Issuance Cost Total Disbursements

        650,000       2,900,000          160,000          200,000            65,000                  ‐          135,000 $    4,110,000

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds Other Revenues Refund from TxDOT Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Project Outlays Est. Balance @ 9/30/2011

        650,000       2,900,000          160,000          200,000            65,000                  ‐          131,648 $    4,106,648

        500,800       2,939,452          160,000          200,000            65,000          149,200          131,648 $    4,146,100

            156,707          3,815,400              115,509              200,000                      ‐              149,200              131,648 $       4,568,464

      4,110,000           243,451           262,473         (131,880)           458,574      (4,929,859) 12,759

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (327) ‐ UTILITIES (501) SUB‐FUND 2007 CERTIFICATES OF OBLIGATION 36" RAW WATER LINE RICHLAND CHAMBERS LAKE

‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

CHANGES IN FUND RELATIONSHIP

46160 49230 46385

100 200 300 910 910

ORIGINAL

REVISED

BUDGET

BUDGET

ACTUAL 2007

ACTUAL 2008

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                     ‐

$    16,564,201

$    15,500,761

$       4,447,062

$       4,447,062

$       1,027,806

Revenue: Interest Earnings Prior Year Recoveries ‐ Navarro Cty Electric Refund Proceeds Total Revenue

            593,387                       ‐        17,000,000 $      17,593,387

           517,474                      ‐                      ‐ $         517,474

            90,563                     ‐                     ‐ $            90,563

             10,000                     ‐                     ‐ $            10,000

               8,000               44,016       (3,000,000) $     (2,947,984)

               2,000                     ‐                     ‐ $              2,000

Total Amount Available

$       17,593,387

$    17,081,675

$    15,591,324

$       4,457,062

$       1,499,078

$       1,029,806

                     ‐              640,703                68,983                       ‐              319,500 $        1,029,186

                    ‐        1,484,806               48,128                      ‐               47,980 $      1,580,914

                   ‐      11,138,327                1,031                     ‐                4,904 $    11,144,263

      3,780,000            800,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $      4,580,000

            50,000              80,000                     ‐            339,021                2,250 $         471,271

      1,029,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $      1,029,000

$      16,564,201

$   15,500,761

$      4,447,062

$        (122,938)

$      1,027,806

$                 806

Disbursements: Pump Stations Raw Water Line/Engineering & ROW Water Treatment Plant Engineering Transfer to Debt Service to Pay Interest Payment Non‐Departmental (Iss. Fees/Legal/Advertising) Total Disbursements

            3,000,000           14,000,000

            1,079,000           13,350,000                 118,150                 339,021                 375,000

$        17,000,000

$        15,261,171

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds Bond Proceeds - Defeased - September 2010 Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Refund from Navarro County Electric Co-op Transfer to Debt Service - Interest Payment, August 2010 Project Outlays Est. Balance @ 9/30/2011

       17,000,000          (3,000,000)             (319,500)           1,211,425                 44,016             (339,021)        (14,596,113)                       806

This fund is used to account for resources designated for the following water related project: 36" raw water line from Richland Chambers Lake to the City's Lake Halbert water treatment plant. Source of funds: proceeds from the sale of Certificates of Obligation.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (330) 2008 G. O. BOND

‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

46160 46385 49470 49710

101 103 104 105 106 108 111 112 113 201 305 910

ORIGINAL

AMENDED

AMENDED

BUDGET

09/30/2009

09/30/2010

ACTUAL 2008

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                   ‐

$       3,049,370

$       2,065,292

$       2,065,292

$       1,075,158

Revenue: Interest Earnings Interest Earnings Proceeds Grant Proceeds ‐ Fire Station (201 below) Total Revenue

             36,650                       91        3,400,000                      ‐ $      3,436,741

              21,075                     ‐                     ‐            148,636 $         169,711

                8,300                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $              8,300

                4,268                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $              4,268

                2,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $              2,000

Total Amount Available

$       3,436,741

$       3,219,081

$       2,073,592

$       2,069,560

$       1,077,158

675              40,285               32,075                      ‐                      ‐                 5,900                      ‐               46,570                      ‐             163,916               52,379               45,572 $         387,371

            595,784              11,053              56,683              81,492              26,484                     ‐                3,478              44,109                3,000            331,705                     ‐                     ‐ $      1,153,789

                    ‐            114,700              17,000        1,003,400            256,000              24,000            111,500            175,100            369,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $      2,070,700

                    ‐              67,052                3,950            753,080            165,611                     ‐                     ‐                4,709                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $         994,402

                    ‐              41,610                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐              24,000                     ‐            642,000            369,000                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐ $      1,076,610

$      3,049,370

$      2,065,292

$              2,892

$      1,075,158

$                 548

Disbursements: E 12TH ST N 24TH ST COLLIN STREET E 13TH AVE/7TH‐BUNERT E 13TH AV/BUNERT‐END ROANE ROAD DOBBINS ROAD FORREST LANE and RELATED UTILITY WORK NAVARRO ROAD FIRE STATION COMM PK/SPRAY PK REC BOND ISSUANCE COSTS Total Disbursements

               770,000                 160,000                    98,000              1,008,550                 260,000                    30,000                 115,000                    90,000                 372,000                 350,000                    60,000                    86,450

               596,459                 160,000                    98,000              1,008,550                 260,000                    30,000                 115,000                 304,419                 372,000                 498,636                    60,000                    45,572

               596,459                 160,000                    92,708                 834,572                 192,094                    30,000                          ‐                 642,000                 372,000                 495,621                    52,379                    45,572

$          3,400,000

$          3,548,636

$          3,513,405

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds Grant Revenues Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Project Outlays Est. Balance @ 9/30/2011

        3,400,000              148,636               (45,572)                64,084         (3,566,601)                      548

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (331) ‐ UTILITIES (501) SUB‐FUND 2009 C. O. BOND ‐ TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

CHANGES IN FUND RELATIONSHIP ACTUAL 2009

ORIGINAL BUDGET

46160 49470

100 910

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                     ‐

$        1,903,521

$        1,903,521

$        1,579,280

Revenue: Interest Earnings Proceeds Total Revenue

                 1,137              1,935,000 $       1,936,137

                  3,850                        ‐ $                3,850

                  1,946                       ‐  $                1,946

                  2,500                       ‐  $                2,500

Total Amount Available

$       1,936,137

$       1,907,371

$       1,905,467

$       1,581,780

                      ‐                  32,616 $             32,616

          1,900,350                       ‐  $       1,900,350

             326,187                       ‐  $           326,187

          1,575,000                       ‐  $       1,575,000

$        1,903,521

$                7,021

$        1,579,280

$                6,780

Disbursements: Expansion and Upgrade of Lake Halbert WTP NON DEPT Total Disbursements

             1,895,000                     40,000 $           1,935,000

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Project Outlays Expected Project Costs less Interest

          1,935,000                (32,616)                    5,583          (1,901,187)                    6,780

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND (332) ‐ UTILITIES (501) SUB‐FUND 2010 C. O. BOND ‐ UTILITIES FUND PROJECTS ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

CHANGES IN FUND RELATIONSHIP ACTUAL 2009

ORIGINAL BUDGET

Estimated Balance 10/1

46160 49470

100 230 250 300 910

$                     ‐

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$                    ‐ 

$                    ‐ 

$        2,736,570

                  4,000                       ‐  $                4,000

Revenue: Interest Earnings Proceeds Total Revenue

$                    ‐

$                    ‐

                  7,000            3,705,000 $       3,712,000

Total Amount Available

$                     ‐

$                    ‐

$       3,712,000

$       2,740,570

                      ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $                    ‐

                      ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $                    ‐

90,020              824,115                       ‐                        ‐                   61,295 $           975,430

             709,980            1,368,097                       ‐                450,000                       ‐  $       2,528,077

$                     ‐

$                    ‐ 

$        2,736,570

$           212,493

Disbursements: Inline Booster Pump Station 7th Ave (Hwy 31) TxDoT Utility Line Relocation E Hwy 31 Water Line (7th Street to IH 45) 26 ‐ 29th Street Sanitary Sewer Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

                800,000               2,003,700                  390,000                  450,000                     61,300 $           3,705,000

Estimated Balance 9/30 Bond Proceeds Issuance Cost Interest Earnings Project Outlays Est. Balance @ 9/30/2011

          3,705,000                (61,295)                  11,000          (3,442,212)               212,493

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DEBT SERVICE LISTING‐ALL FUNDS 2011 CURRENT OBLIGATIONS

Description

Principal

Interest

Total

Agent Fees

Total Allocation By Fund

* * Tax Supported Debt Service‐Fund 411 * * 2004  Refunding Bonds

                     95,000                       11,063                     106,063                    300

                   106,363

2005 Certificates of Obligation (*1)

                     91,695                       42,279                     133,974                    500

                   134,474

2006 Certificates of Obligation

                   120,000                     104,530                     224,530                    700

                   225,230

2006 Refunding Bonds

                           ‐

                   147,920                     147,920                    700

                   148,620

2008 G O Bonds

                   125,000                     119,291                     244,291                    300

                   244,591

2010 G O Refunding Bonds (*2)

                   135,000                       39,963                     174,963                      70

                   175,033

05‐06B Capital Purchases

                     33,280                         6,405                       39,685                     ‐

                     39,685

07‐08A Capital Purchases

                     13,853                               44                       13,897                     ‐

                     13,897

07‐08B Capital Purchases

                     10,269                             681                       10,950                     ‐

                     10,950

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                   117,543                       21,780                     139,323                     ‐

                   139,323

Total Tax Supported Debt

                   741,640                     493,956                  1,235,596                 2,570                  1,238,166

* * Revenue & Self‐Funding Debt Service ‐ Sanitation Fund 409 * * 2005 Certificates of Obligation (*1)

                     38,306                       17,663                       55,969                    210

                     56,179

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                     46,328                         8,585                       54,913                     ‐

                     54,913

                     84,634

                  210

                   111,092

2005 Revenue Refunding Bonds

                   370,000                     249,804                     619,804                    700

                   620,504

2007 Certificates of Obligation

                   540,000                     552,903                 1,092,903                    500                  1,093,403

Total Rev. & Self‐Funding‐Sanitation

                     26,248

                   110,882

* * Revenue & Self‐Funding Debt Service ‐ Utility Fund 412 * *

2007 WW & SS Rev. & Refunding Bonds

                     40,000                     279,329                     319,329                 1,000

                   320,329

2009 Certificates of Obligation (TWDB)

                   100,000                       31,055                     131,055                    500

                   131,555

2010 Certificates of Obligation

                     75,000                     185,521                     260,521                    700

                   261,221

2010 G O Refunding Bonds (*2)

                1,365,000                     345,850                 1,710,850                    630                  1,711,480

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                     88,111                       16,327                     104,438                     ‐

                   104,438

Total Rev. & Self‐Funding‐Utility

                2,578,111                  1,660,789                  4,238,900                 4,030                  4,242,930

Total Fiscal Year 2011

               3,404,385                 2,180,993                 5,585,378                6,810                 5,592,188

(*1)  2005 Certificates of Obligation ‐ split between Funds 411 and 409 (*2)  2010 G O Refunding Bonds ‐ split between Funds 411 and 412

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DEBT SERVICE LISTING‐ALL FUNDS TOTAL OBLIGATION 2011

Description

Principal

Interest

Total

Date of Final Payment

* * Tax Supported Debt Service‐Fund 411 * * 2004  Refunding Bonds

                   405,000.00                       26,362.50                    431,362.50

02/15/2014

2005 Certificates of Obligation (*1)

               1,043,903.20                     347,145.06                 1,391,048.26

02/15/2026

2006 GO Refunding Bonds

               2,625,000.00                     959,630.00                 3,584,630.00

02/15/2026

2006 Certificates of Obligation

               3,590,000.00                 1,689,737.50                 5,279,737.50

02/15/2027

2008 G. O. Bonds

               3,210,000.00                 1,220,001.00                 4,430,001.00

02/15/2028

2010 G O Refunding Bonds (*2)

               1,290,000.00                     210,987.50                 1,500,987.50

08/15/2020

05‐06B Capital Purchases

                   189,187.81                       19,152.59                    208,340.40

12/31/2015

07‐08A Capital Purchases

                     13,852.20                               43.96                       13,896.16

10/31/2010

07‐08B Capital Purchases

                     21,860.40                             950.15                       22,810.55

10/31/2012

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                   634,300.00                       62,310.53                    696,610.53

09/30/2015

Total Tax Supported Debt

            13,023,103.61

             4,536,320.79

           17,559,424.40

* * Revenue & Self‐Funding Debt Service ‐ Sanitation Fund 409 * * 2005 Certificates of Obligation (*1)

                   436,096.80                     145,021.93                    581,118.73

02/15/2026

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                   250,000.00                       24,558.78                    274,558.78

09/30/2015

Total Rev. & Self‐Funding‐Sanitation

                  686,096.80

                 169,580.71

                 855,677.51

* * Revenue & Self‐Funding Debt Service ‐ Utility Fund 412 * * 2005 Revenue Refunding Bonds

               6,020,000.00                 2,080,976.38                 8,100,976.38

08/15/2025

2007 Certificates of Obligation

             13,025,000.00                 5,362,467.50               18,387,467.50

02/15/2027

2007 WW & SS Refunding Bonds

               6,890,000.00                 2,247,027.60                 9,137,027.60

08/15/2022

2009 Certificates of Obligation (TWDB)

               1,935,000.00                     404,917.16                 2,339,917.16

02/15/2028

2010 Certificates of Obligation

               3,705,000.00                 1,551,492.50                 5,256,492.50

08/15/2030

2010 G O Refunding Bonds (*2)

             11,035,000.00                 1,723,350.00               12,758,350.00

08/15/2020

2011 Capital Purchases and Projects (Est)

                   475,475.00                       46,708.34                    522,183.34

09/30/2015

Total Rev. & Self‐Funding‐Utility

$            43,085,475.00 $            13,416,939.48 $            56,502,414.48

Total Fiscal Year 2009/2010

$            56,794,675.41 $            18,122,840.98 $            74,917,516.39

(*1)  2005 Certificates of Obligation ‐ split between Funds 411 and 409

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INTEREST AND SINKING FUND (409) SANITATION DEBT SERVICE CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$            18,466

$            19,848

$            19,848

$            19,850

Revenue: Interest Earnings Transfers In Total Revenue

                   262             355,488 $          355,750

                  512             339,451 $         339,963

                    50             339,915 $         339,965

                   ‐             111,092 $         111,092

Disbursements: 012‐2011 Capital Purchases & Proj 112‐Partial Refunding 2002 114‐C.O.'s 2005 910‐Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

                    ‐                15,508                19,151             319,709 $          354,368

                   ‐             310,843               29,120                     ‐ $         339,963

                   ‐             310,843               29,120                     ‐ $         339,963

             54,913                     ‐               56,179                     ‐ $         111,092

Revenue Less Disbursements

$                  1,382

$                     ‐

$                         2

$                     ‐

Estimated Balance 9/30

$            19,848

$            19,848

$            19,850

$            19,850

The Sanitation Debt Service Fund is used to accumulate the resources for and payment of principal and interest on debt issued for improvements and landfill. Revenue source is proceeds from sanitation customer user charges collected in the Sanitation Fund through a transfer to this fund; and landfill fees collected at the landfill.

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REVENUE SANITATION INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 409 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

OTHER REVENUE 46085 46160

INTEREST INCOME‐BANK INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS           TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

3 258 262

12 500 512

0 50 50

0 0 0

355,488 355,488

339,451 339,451

339,915 339,915

111,092 111,092

355,750

339,963

339,965

111,092

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47502

TRANS IN FR SANITATION OPER         TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE

FUND 409 TOTAL REVENUES

EXPENDITURES SANITATION INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 409 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

409‐012:   2011 CAPITAL PURCHASES & PROJECTS 50585 50765

2011 CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 2011 CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 409‐012

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

46,328 8,585 54,913

0 15,257 251 15,508

304,827 5,716 300 310,843

304,827 5,716 300 310,843

0 0 0 0

0 19,063 88 19,151

10,314 18,596 210 29,120

10,314 18,596 210 29,120

38,306 17,663 210 56,179

319,709 319,709

0 0

0

0 0

354,368

339,963

339,963

111,092

409‐112:   2002 G.O. BONDS‐PARTIAL REFUNDING 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 409‐112

409‐114:   2005 C.O. 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 409‐114

409‐910:   NON‐DEPARTMENTAL 59502

TRANSFER TO SANITATION FUND         TOTAL 409‐910

FUND 409 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

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INTEREST AND REDEMPTION FUND (411) DEBT SERVICE CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$                5,654

$             73,670

$             73,670

$          36,542

Revenue: Taxes Fines and Forfeitures Other Revenue Total Revenue

         1,593,808                 22,098                   2,104 $       1,618,009

         1,400,100                 19,000                   2,250 $       1,421,350

         1,399,196                 19,000                       250 $       1,418,446

      1,299,561              19,000                    250 $    1,318,811

Disbursements: 007‐05/06A Capital Purchases 008‐05/06B Capital Purchases 009‐06/07 Capital Purchases 010‐07/08A Capital Purchases 011‐07/08B Capital Purchases 012‐2011 Capital Purchases & Proj 100‐Tax Collection 110‐2001 Comb. Tax Ref. C.O.'s 111‐2002B C.O.'s 112‐2002 G.O. Refunding 113‐2004 G.O. Refunding 114‐2005 C.O.'s 116‐2006 Refunding Bonds 117‐2006 C.O.'s 120‐2008 C.O.'s 122‐2010 Refunding GO 910‐Non Departmental Total Disbursements

               17,576                 39,684               120,066               166,754                 11,037                        ‐                 13,501                 81,923                 59,831                 61,015               208,458               110,283               106,630               305,970               247,265                        ‐                        ‐ $       1,549,994

                      ‐                 39,685                 20,012               157,439                 14,352                        ‐                 13,000                        ‐                 60,132                 61,603               356,895                 69,702               107,330               306,333               244,233                        ‐                        ‐ $       1,450,716

                      ‐                 39,685                 20,012               166,754                 10,950                        ‐                 11,945                        ‐                 60,132                 61,603               356,895                 69,702               107,330               306,333               244,233                        ‐                        ‐ $       1,455,574

                   ‐              39,685                     ‐              13,897              10,950            139,323                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐                     ‐            106,363            134,474            225,230            148,620            244,591            175,033                     ‐ $    1,238,166

Revenue Less Disbursements

$                 68,015

$               (29,366)

$               (37,128)

$              80,645

Estimated Balance 9/30

$             73,670

$             44,304

$             36,542

$        117,187

The General Obligation Debt Service Fund accounts for the accumulation of resources for the payment of general debt principal, interest, and related costs. The revenue source is principally ad valorem taxes levied by the City.

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REVENUE G.O. INTEREST AND REDEMPTION FUND 411 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

    1,570,763 24,635 (1,590) 1,593,808

    1,380,100 20,000 0 1,400,100

     1,369,206 29,991 0 1,399,196

    1,274,561           25,000                 ‐ 1,299,561

22,098 22,098

19,000 19,000

19,000 19,000

         19,000 19,000

20 2,084 2,104

250 2,000 2,250

0 250 250

               ‐                250 250

1,618,009

1,421,350

1,418,446

1,318,811

TAXES 41010 41160 41460

PROPERTY TAXES‐CURRENT PROPERTY TAXES‐DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAX‐60 DAY ACCRUAL           TOTAL TAXES

FINES & FORFEITURES 41760

AD VALOREM TAX PENALTY & INTEREST         TOTAL FINES & FORFEITURES

OTHER REVENUE 46085 46160

INTEREST INCOME‐BANK INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS           TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

FUND 411 TOTAL REVENUES

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EXPENDITURES G.O. INTEREST & REDEMPTION FUND 411 (DEBT SERVICE) ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

411‐007:  05/06A CAPITAL PURCHASES 50415 50595

05‐06A CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 05‐06A CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐007

17,474 101 17,576

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

30,921 8,762 39,684

32,079 7,606 39,685

32,079 7,606 39,685

33,280 6,405 39,685

116,823 3,242 120,066

19,915 97 20,012

19,915 97 20,012

0 0 0

156,768 9,986 166,754

153,749 3,690 157,439

162,846 3,908 166,754

13,853 44 13,897

9,564 1,473 11,037

12,938 1,414 14,352

9,871 1,079 10,950

10,269 681 10,950

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

117,543 21,780 139,323

13,501 13,501

13,000 13,000

11,945 11,945

0 0

80,000 1,600 323 81,923

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 59,531 300 59,831

0 59,432 700 60,132

0 59,432 700 60,132

0 0 0 0

411‐008:  05/06B CAPITAL PURCHASES 50415 50595

05‐06B CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 05‐06B CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐008

411‐009:  06/07 CAPITAL PURCHASES 50415 50595

06‐07 CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 06‐07 CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐009

411‐010:  07/08A CAPITAL PURCHASES 50415 50595

07‐08A CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 07‐08A CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐010

411‐011:  07/08B CAPITAL PURCHASES 50415 50595

07‐08B CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 07‐08B CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐011

411‐012:  2011 CAPITAL PURCHASES AND PROJECTS 50585 50765

2011 CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 2011 CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 411‐012

411‐100:  INTEREST & REDEMPTION 55160

TAX COLLECTION SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐100

411‐110:  2001 C.O. 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐110

411‐111:  2002B C.O. 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐111

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ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

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411‐112:  2002 REFUNDING‐PARTIAL 50025 50040 55040

57,699 3,266 49 61,015

60,174 1,129 300 61,603

60,174 1,129 300 61,603

0 0 0 0

185,000 23,158 300 208,458

340,000 16,595 300 356,895

340,000 16,595 300 356,895

95,000 11,063 300 106,363

63,995 46,076 212 110,283

24,687 44,515 500 69,702

24,687 44,515 500 69,702

91,695 42,279 500 134,474

0 106,630 0 106,630

0 106,630 700 107,330

0 106,630 700 107,330

120,000 104,530 700 225,230

150,000 155,970 0 305,970

155,000 150,633 700 306,333

155,000 150,633 700 306,333

0 147,920 700 148,620

70,000 177,265 0 247,265

120,000 123,933 300 244,233

120,000 123,933 300 244,233

125,000 119,291 300 244,591

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

70 135,000 39,963 175,033

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1,549,994

1,450,716

1,455,574

1,238,166

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐112

411‐113:  2004 REFUNDING BONDS 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐113

411‐114:  2005 C.O. 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐114

411‐116:  2006 C.O. 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐116

411‐117:  2006 REFUNDING BONDS 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐117

411‐120:  2008 G.O. BONDS 50025 50040 55040

PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐120

411‐122:  2010 REFUNDING GO 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 411‐122

411‐910:  NON DEPARTMENTAL 55040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES         TOTAL 411‐910

FUND 411 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

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INTEREST AND SINKING FUND (412) WATER AND SEWER DEBT SERVICE CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$              31,752

$             35,965

$             35,965

$             35,965

Revenue: Other Revenue Intergovernmental Revenue Total Revenue

                  1,943            4,265,408 $       4,267,350

                 2,500           4,270,132 $       4,272,632

                 1,750           4,273,283 $       4,275,033

                 1,750           4,241,180 $       4,242,930

Disbursements: 012‐2011 Capital Purchases & Projects 105‐1997C Rev. & Ref. Bonds 107‐1999 Rev. Bonds 108‐1999A Rev. Bonds 112‐2002A CO 115‐2005 Rev. Ref. Bonds 118‐2007 CO 119‐2007 Rev. & Ref. Bonds 120‐2008 TWDB CO 121‐2010 CO 122‐2010 Refunding CO 910‐Non Departmental Total Disbursements

                      ‐               127,414               323,570                 12,542               182,425               266,140                       500               282,152                       500                        ‐                        ‐            3,067,895 $       4,263,138

                      ‐               652,360               815,455                        ‐               546,082               622,564           1,316,243               321,629                       700                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $       4,275,033

                      ‐               652,360               815,455                        ‐               546,082               622,564           1,316,243               321,629                       700                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐ $       4,275,033

             104,438                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐               620,504           1,093,403               320,329               131,555               261,221           1,711,480                        ‐ $       4,242,930

Revenue Less Disbursements

$                    4,213

$                  (2,401)

$                        ‐

$                        ‐

Estimated Balance 9/30

$              35,965

$             33,564

$             35,965

$             35,965

The Water and Sewer Debt Service Fund is used to accumulate the resources for and payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for improvements to the water and sewer system. The primary revenue source is proceeds from water and sewer customer user charges collected in the Water and Sewer Operating Fund through a transfer to this fund.

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REVENUE WATERWORKS AND SEWER SYSTEM INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 412 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

OTHER REVENUE 46085 46160

12 1,930 1,943

0 2,500 2,500

0 1,750 1,750

0 1,750 1,750

0 4,265,408 0 4,265,408

0 4,270,132 0 4,270,132

339,021 3,934,262 0 4,273,283

0 4,241,180 0 4,241,180

4,267,350

4,272,632

4,275,033

4,242,930

INTEREST INCOME‐BANK INTEREST INCOME‐INVESTMENTS           TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE 47327 47501 47705

TRANS IN FR 2007 CO BOND FUNDS TRANS IN FR W/S UTILITIES TRANS IN FR W/S RESERVE         TOTAL OTHER REVENUE

FUND 412 TOTAL REVENUES

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EXPENDITURES WATERWORKS AND SEWER SYSTEM INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 412 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

412‐012:  2011 CAPITAL PURCHASES AND PROJECTS 50585 50765

2011 CAP PURCH‐PRINCIPAL 2011 CAP PURCH‐INTEREST         TOTAL 412‐012

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

88,111 16,327 104,438

530 0 126,884 127,414

700 545,000 106,660 652,360

700 545,000 106,660 652,360

0 0 0 0

1,000 0 322,570 323,570

700 510,000 304,755 815,455

700 510,000 304,755 815,455

0 0 0 0

0 0 12,542 12,542

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

300 0 182,125 182,425

700 375,000 170,382 546,082

700 375,000 170,382 546,082

0 0 0 0

300 0 265,840 266,140

700 360,000 261,864 622,564

700 360,000 261,864 622,564

700 370,000 249,804 620,504

500 0 0 500

700 625,000 690,543 1,316,243

700 625,000 690,543 1,316,243

500 540,000 552,903 1,093,403

0 0 282,152 282,152

700 40,000 280,929 321,629

700 40,000 280,929 321,629

1,000 40,000 279,329 320,329

412‐105:  1997C REV/REF BONDS 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐105

412‐107:  1999 REV BONDS 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐107

412‐108:  1999A REV BONDS 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐108

412‐112:  2002A CO 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐112

412‐115:  2005 REV/REF BONDS 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐115

412‐118:  2007 CO 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐118

412‐119:  2007 W/SS REV REF BOND 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐119

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EXPENDITURES WATERWORKS AND SEWER SYSTEM INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 412 (DEBT SERVICE)

ACCOUNT NUMBER

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

L I N E   I T E M   D E T A I L ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

412‐120:  2009 TWDB CO 55040 50025 50040

500 0 0 500

700 0 0 700

700 0 0 700

500 100,000 31,055 131,555

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

700 75,000 185,521 261,221

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

630 1,365,000 345,850 1,711,480

3,067,895 3,067,895

0 0

0 0

0 0

4,263,138

4,275,033

4,275,033

4,242,930

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐120

412‐121:  2010 CO 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐121

412‐122:  2010 REFUNDING GO 55040 50025 50040

AUDITING/FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPAL INTEREST EXPENSE         TOTAL 412‐122

412‐910:  NON DEPARTMENTAL 59501

TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS         TOTAL 412‐910

FUND 412 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

178


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RESERVE FUND (705) WATER AND SEWER CHANGES IN RESTRICTED CASH BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$       1,950,571

$       1,950,571

$       1,950,571

$       1,333,571

Revenue: Other Revenue Intergovernmental Revenue Total Revenue

                    ‐                      ‐ $                  ‐

                   ‐                     ‐ $                 ‐

                   ‐                     ‐ $                 ‐

                   ‐                     ‐ $                 ‐

Total Amount Available

$       1,950,571

$       1,950,571

$       1,950,571

$       1,333,571

Disbursements: Non‐Departmental Total Disbursements

                    ‐ $                  ‐

                   ‐ $                 ‐

           617,000 $         617,000

                   ‐ $                 ‐

Estimated Balance 9/30

$       1,950,571

$       1,950,571

$       1,333,571

$       1,333,571

This fund was established as reserve funding for water and sewer related debt.

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UTILITY DEPOSITS FUND (706) WATER AND SEWER CHANGES IN CUSTOMER UTILITY DEPOSITS

Estimated Balance 10/1

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

$           443,820

$           470,432

$           470,432

$           500,000

                    ‐ $                  ‐

              29,568 $            29,568

              30,000 $            30,000

$           470,432

$           500,000

$           530,000

Increase in Customer Deposits                26,612 $            26,612

Estimated Balance 9/30

$           470,432

This fund was established to account for customer deposits made for utility service.

180


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SANITATION BOND RESERVE FUND (708) CHANGES IN RESTRICTED CASH BALANCE

ACTUAL 2009

AMENDED 2010

ESTIMATE 2010

PROPOSED 2011

Estimated Balance 10/1

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

Revenue: Other Revenue Total Revenue

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

Total Amount Available

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

Disbursements: Total Disbursements

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

                     ‐ $                   ‐

Estimated Balance 9/30

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

$           141,926

This fund was established as reserve funding for sanitation related debt.

181


182


City of Corsicana

Summary of Full Time Personnel * Fund

Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Adopted Amended

Division Department

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Adopted 2011

2 1 1 8 12

3 1 1 8 13

2 1 1 7 11

2 1 1 8 12

2 0.6 0.4 7 10

2 0.6 0.4 7 10

2 0.6 0.4 7 10

2 0.6 0.4 7 10

4 4

4 4

4 4

4 4

4 4

4 4

4 4

4 4

59 38 0 2 5 104

59 38 0 2 5 104

58 38 0 2 4 102

58 38 0 2 4 102

58 38 0 2 4 102

58 38 0 2.5 4.5 103

60 35 3 2.5 2.5 103

59 35 3 2.5 2.5 102

1.4 1.6 1.25 4.25

1.9 0.85 1.25 4

1.9 0.85 1.25 4

1.4 1.35 0.75 3.5

2.2 1.85 2.45 6.5

2.2 1.85 2.45 6.5

2.2 1.85 2.45 6.5

2.2 1.10 1.45 4.8

‐ 7 20 27

‐ 6.5 20 26.5

‐ 6.5 17 23.5

‐ 7 17 24

1 7 17 25

1 7 17 25

1 7 17 25

1 6 16 23

16 ‐ 1 6 0 23

16 1 1 6 0 24

11 1 1 6 0 19

11 1 1 6 0 19

13 1 1 6 0 21

13 1 1 6 0 21

13 1 1 5 1 21

10 1 1 5 1 18

5 2 7

5 2 7

4 2 6

4 2 6

4 2 6

5 2 7

181.3

182.5

169.5

170.5

174.5

176.5

5 2 7 176.5

4 1 5 166.75

1 ‐ ‐ 1 0.75 3 ‐

‐ 1 ‐ 1 0.75 3 ‐

‐ 1 ‐ 1 0.75 3 1

‐ 1 ‐ 1 0.75 3 1

‐ 1 ‐ 1 0.5 3 1

‐ 1 1 1 0.5 3 1

5.75

5.75

6.75

6.75

6.5

7.5

‐ 0 1 1 0.5 3 1 6.5

‐ 1 ‐ 1 0.25 0 1 3.25

8 3 9 9 6 18 0 7 7 67

8 3 9 9 6 18 0 7 7 67

8 3 9 9 6 18 0 5 7 65

8 3 9 9 6 18 0 5 7 65

8 3 9 9 6 18 0 5 7 65

8 3 9 9 6 17 0 5 7 64

6 3 9.6 9.8 6 16 1 5 7 63.4

5 3 9.6 9.8 6 16 1 5 7 62.4

9 8 17

9 7.75 16.75

8 6.75 14.75

8 6.75 14.75

8 7 15

8 7 15

8.6 7 15.6

8.6 7 15.6

25 25

25 25

22 22

19 19

19 19

22 22

109

108.75

101.75

98.75

99

101

296

297

278

276

280

285

22 22 101 284

22 22 100 270

10

10

* General Fund General Government Division Administration Human Resources Civil Service Finance Judicial Division Municipal Court Public Safety Division Police Fire Fire (positions on hold) Animal Control Animal Shelter Community Support Svcs. Division Inspection Planning and Zoning Code Compliance Public Works Division Information Technology Engineering Streets Community and Cultural Division Parks and Recreation Sr. Activity Center Lakes and Grounds Library Library (position on hold) Bldg./Equip. Maint. Division Maintenance Service Center Municipal Buildings

Total General Operating Fund 

* Special Revenue Funds Sr. Activity Center Main Street Tourism Pioneer Village Cemetery Adm. Cemetery Maint. Economic Dev.

Hotel Fund Hotel Fund Hotel Fund Hotel Fund Cemetery Fund Cemetery Fund Econ. Dev. Fund

Total Special Revenue Funds 

* Enterprise Funds Utility Operating Fund Environmental Services and Analysis Wastewater‐Overland Flow Plant WW Reclamation Center Water Treatment Plant‐Navarro Mills Water Treatment Plant‐Lake Halbert Utility System Maintenance Utility System Maintenance (position on hold) Utility Line Replacement  (positions on hold) Utility Billing and Collections Sanitation Operating Fund Landfill Bulk Solid Waste Pick‐Up E. M. S. Operating Fund Emergency Medical Services

Total Enterprise Funds

* Grand Total all Funds Frozen Positions

183


City of Corsicana

Summary of Part Time Personnel * Fund Division Department

Adopted 2004

Adopted 2005

Adopted 2006

Adopted 2007

Adopted 2008

Adopted 2009

Adopted 2010

ADOPTED 2011

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 1 1

0 0.6 0.4 1 2

0 0.6 0.4 1 2

0 0.6 0.4 1 2

0 0.3 0.1 0.6 1

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

7.5 1 8.5

7.5 1 8.5

7.5 2 9.5

7.5 2 9.5

7.5 2 9.5

7.5 2 9.5

7.5 3 10.5

7.5 3 10.5

1 1

1 1

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

2 2

2 2

2 2

2 2

1 1

1 1

1 1

5 2 0 14 3 24

5 2 4 14 4 29

15 2 4 14 4 39

15 1 4 14 4 38

10 1 4 17 4 36

10 1 4 17 4 36

10 1 4 17 4 36

10 1 4 17 4 36

36.5

40.5

52.5

50.5

49.5

48.5

49.5

48.5

4 1 1 2 1 0

4 2 1 2 1 0

0 1 1 2 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 1 0 0 1

9

10

4

1

2

3

3

2

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

0

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

0

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

45.5

52.5

58.5

53.5

53.5

54.5

55.5

53.5

* General Fund General Government Division Administration Human Resources Civil Service Finance Judicial Division Municipal Court Public Safety Division Police Animal Shelter Comm. Supp. Svcs. Division Inspection Public Works Division Streets Community and Cultural Division Parks and Recreation Lakes and Grounds Sr. Activity Center Swimming Pool Library

Total General Operating Fund 

* Special Revenue Funds Sr. Activity Center/Hotel Fund Main Street/Hotel Fund Advertising‐Tourism/Hotel Fund Cemetery Economic Development Library

Total Special Revenue Funds 

* Utility Fund Utility Maintenance

Total Utility Fund 

* Sanitation Fund Bulk Solid Waste Pick Up

Total Sanitation Fund 

* Grand Total all Funds

Summary of Elected Officials Mayor and Council City Attorney (Legal) Municipal Judge (Court)

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

5 1 1

7

7

7

7

7

7

7

7

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CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

General Fund 34 City Manager 24 Grant Writer 24 Sr. Executive Secretary

           1              ‐             1             2

           1              ‐             1             2

          1             ‐            1            2

          1             ‐            1            2

          1             ‐            1            2

          1             ‐            1            2

             1 100‐020 Administration                ‐ 100‐020 Administration               1 100‐020 Administration               2

30 Human Resources Director 28 Human Resources Manager 26 Human Resources Manager

            ‐             1              ‐             1

       0.6              ‐              ‐         0.6

      0.6             ‐             ‐        0.6

      0.6             ‐             ‐        0.6

      0.6             ‐             ‐        0.6

      0.6             ‐             ‐        0.6

         0.6 100‐050 Human Resources                ‐ 100‐050 Human Resources                ‐ 100‐050 Human Resources           0.6

30 Human Resource Manager 14 Director

            ‐             1             1

       0.4              ‐         0.4

      0.4             ‐        0.4

      0.4             ‐        0.4

      0.4             ‐        0.4

      0.4             ‐        0.4

         0.4 100‐060 Civil Service                ‐ 100‐060 Civil Service           0.4

31 30 29 28 28 25 24 24 20 20 19 19 19 14

Finance Dir./City Sec. Finance Dir./City Sec. City Secretary Asst. Finance Director Finance Manager Finance Supervisor Account & Records Tech Account Technician Finance Clerk Deputy City Secretary Account Clerk Records Clerk Secretary/Account Clerk Switchboard Operator

           1              ‐              ‐              ‐             1              ‐              ‐             1             3              ‐             1              ‐              ‐             1             8

           1              ‐              ‐              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             3              ‐             1              ‐              ‐              ‐             7

          1             ‐             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            3             ‐            1             ‐             ‐             ‐            7

          1             ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐            1            1             ‐            3             ‐            1             ‐             ‐             ‐            7

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            3             ‐            1             ‐             ‐             ‐            7

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            3             ‐            1             ‐             ‐             ‐            7

             1                ‐                ‐               1                ‐                ‐               1                ‐               4                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐               7

Total General Government Division

        12

        10

       10

       10

       10

       10

          10

Court Administrator/Court Clerk Court Administrator Chief Clerk Municipal Court Clerk Deputy Clerk Sr. Deputy Clerk Clerk Deputy Clerk

           1              ‐              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             1             4

           1              ‐              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             1             4

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            4

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            4

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            4

          1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            4

             1                ‐                ‐               1                ‐               1                ‐               1               4

           4

           4

          4

          4

          4

          4

            4

           1              ‐

           1              ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

          1            1

          1            1

             1 100‐110 Police               1 100‐110 Police

26 24 21 21 19 19 18 18

Total Judicial Division

31 Chief of Police 24 Records Manager

185

100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance 100‐080 Finance

100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court 100‐040 Court


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

23 22 20 19 19 19 18 17 PCS‐5 PCS‐4 PCS‐3 PCS‐2 PCS‐1 PCS‐1

Records Manager Telecommunicator Records Manager Secretary Telecommunicator Records Clerk Community Service Officer Records Clerk Assistant Chief of Police Captain Sergeant Corporal Police Officer Baliff/Warrant Officer

            ‐              ‐             1             1             8              ‐             1             2             1             1             5             5           32              ‐           58

           1             8              ‐             1              ‐             2             1              ‐             1             1             5             5          32              ‐          58

          1            8             ‐            1             ‐            2            1             ‐            1            1            5            5         32             ‐         58

          1            8             ‐            1             ‐            2            1             ‐            1            1            5            5         32             ‐         58

           ‐            8             ‐            1             ‐            2            1             ‐            1            1            5            5         32             ‐         58

           ‐            8             ‐            1             ‐            2            1             ‐            1            1            5            5         34             ‐         60

              ‐               8                ‐               1                ‐               2                ‐                ‐               1               1               5               5            34                ‐            59

100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police 100‐110 Police

31 28 19 FCS‐5 FCS‐4 FCS‐3 FCS‐1 FCS‐1

Fire Chief Fire Marshal Secretary Assistant Chief  Captain Lieutenant Firefighter Firefighter

           1             1             1             1             4             9           21              ‐           38

           1             1             1             1             4             9          21              ‐          38

          1            1            1            1            4            9         21             ‐         38

          1            1            1            1            4            9         21             ‐         38

          1            1            1            1            4            9         21             ‐         38

          1            1            1            1            4            9         21             ‐         38

             1               1               1               1               4               9            18               3            38

100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire 100‐120 Fire

24 22 20 20 18

Animal Services Manager Animal Control Supervisor Animal Control Supervisor Animal Control Officer Animal Control Officer

‐ ‐            1 ‐             1             2

‐ ‐           1 ‐            1            2

‐ ‐          1 ‐           1           2

      0.5            ‐ ‐            ‐           2        2.5

      0.5 ‐ ‐ ‐           2        2.5

      0.5 ‐ ‐ ‐           2        2.5

         0.5 ‐ ‐ ‐               2           2.5

100‐210 Animal Control 100‐210 Animal Control 100‐210 Animal Control 100‐210 Animal Control 100‐210 Animal Control

24 21 20 17

Animal Services Manager Supervisor Supervisor Animal Care Technician

‐            1 ‐             3             4

‐           1 ‐            3             4

‐          1 ‐           3            4

      0.5            ‐           1           3        4.5

      0.5 ‐           1           3        4.5

      0.5 ‐           1           1        2.5

         0.5 ‐               1               1           2.5

100‐215 Animal Shelter 100‐215 Animal Shelter 100‐215 Animal Shelter 100‐215 Animal Shelter

      102

      102

     102

     103

     103

     103

       102

Total Public Safety Division

30 26 24 19

Planning Director Building Official Inspector Secretary

            ‐              ‐             1          0.4          1.4

            ‐              ‐             1             1             2

      0.2             ‐            1            1        2.2

      0.2             ‐            1            1        2.2

      0.2             ‐            1            1        2.2

      0.2             ‐            1            1        2.2

         0.2                ‐               1               1           2.2

100‐140 Inspections 100‐140 Inspections 100‐140 Inspections 100‐140 Inspections

30 30 28 26

Planning Director Director of Comm. Supp. Svcs. Comm. Supp. Svcs. Mgr. Building Official

            ‐        0.25              ‐              ‐

            ‐       0.25              ‐              ‐

      0.6             ‐             ‐             ‐

      0.6             ‐             ‐             ‐

      0.6             ‐             ‐             ‐

      0.6             ‐             ‐             ‐

         0.6                ‐                ‐                ‐

100‐150 Planning & Zoning 100‐150 Planning & Zoning 100‐150 Planning & Zoning 100‐150 Planning & Zoning

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CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

23 Administrative Assistant 19 Secretary

            ‐          0.6        0.85

           1              ‐       1.25

    0.75        0.5      1.85

    0.75        0.5      1.85

    0.75        0.5      1.85

    0.75        0.5      1.85

              ‐ 100‐150 Planning & Zoning           0.5 100‐150 Planning & Zoning           1.1

30 30 28 24 19

            ‐        0.25              ‐             1              ‐        1.25

            ‐       0.25              ‐             2              ‐       2.25

      0.2             ‐             ‐            2      0.25      2.45

      0.2             ‐             ‐            2      0.25      2.45

      0.2             ‐             ‐            2      0.25      2.45

      0.2             ‐             ‐            2      0.25      2.45

         0.2                ‐                ‐               1         0.25         1.45

       3.5

       5.5

      6.5

      6.5

      6.5

      6.5

         4.8

26 Information Systems Tech.

            ‐              ‐

           1             1

           1            1

           1            1

           1            1

           1            1

              1 100‐310 Information Technology               1

31 30 27 26 26 26 26 23 19 14

Engineering Director Project Supervisor Project Coordinator Survey Party Chief GIS/CAD Technician Information Systems Tech. Chief Design Technician Chief Design Technician Secretary Rod Person

           1              ‐             1              ‐             1             1              ‐             1             1             1             7

           1              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             1             1             6

          1            1            1             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1            7

          1            1            1             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1            7

          1            1            1             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1            7

          1            1            1             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1            7

             1               1                ‐               1               1                ‐               1                ‐               1                ‐               6

100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering 100‐320 Engineering

31 28 26 26 26 23 22 22 21 20 19 16 14

Public Works Director Public Services Superintendent Division Manager Street Maint. Supervisor Transport Support Supervisor Special Equipment Operator Heavy Equipment Operator Transportation Svcs. Supv. Heavy Equipment Operator Crew Chief Secretary Light Equipment Operator Laborer

        0.5          0.5             1             1              ‐             1             2             1              ‐             1             1             6             2           17

       0.5         0.5             1             1              ‐             1             2             1              ‐             1             1             6             2          17

      0.5        0.5            1            1             ‐            1            2            1             ‐            1            1            6            2         17

      0.5        0.5            1            1             ‐            1            2            1             ‐            1            1            6            2         17

      0.5        0.5            1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            1            1            6            2         17

      0.5        0.5            1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            1            1            6            2         17

         0.5           0.5               1               1                ‐               1               1               1               1               1               1               5               2            16

100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street 100‐330 Street

        24

        24

       25

       25

       25

       25

          23

           1              ‐             1             1

           1             1              ‐             1

          1            1             ‐            1

          1            1             ‐            1

          1            1             ‐            1

          1            1             ‐            1

             1               1                ‐               1

Planning Director Director of Comm. Supp. Svcs. Community Support Manager Code Compliance Officer Secretary

Total Community Supp. Svcs. Division

Total Public Works Division

30 28 26 24

Parks & Recreation Director Superintendent Superintendent Assistant Superintendent

187

100‐350 Code Compliance 100‐350 Code Compliance 100‐350 Code Compliance 100‐350 Code Compliance 100‐350 Code Compliance

100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

19 16 15 14

Amended 2011

           1              ‐             2             5           11

           1             2 ‐             7          13

          1            2 ‐            7         13

          1            2 ‐            7         13

          1            2 ‐            7         13

          1            2 ‐            7         13

             1               1 ‐               5            10

22 Patrol Officer

           1             1

           1             1

          1            1

          1            1

          1            1

          1            1

             1 100‐420 Lakes & Grounds               1

24 Activity Director

           1             1

           1             1

          1            1

          1            1

          1            1

          1            1

             1 100‐430 Sr. Activity Center               1

30 28 24 23 22 19 19

Library Director Head of Public Services Head of Public Services Library Technician Head of Technical Services Circulation Clerk Technical Services Clerk

           1             1              ‐             1             1             1             1             6

           1             1              ‐             1             1             1             1             6

          1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            6

          1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            6

          1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            6

          1            1             ‐            1            1            1            1            6

             1               1                ‐               1               1               1               1               6

Total Cultural and Leisure Division

        19

        21

       21

       21

       21

       21

          18

Service Center Supervisor Fleet Maintenance Technician Service Center Specialist Maintenance Service Worker Mechanic Assistant Repairman

            ‐             1             1             1             1              ‐             4

            ‐             1             1             1             1              ‐             4

           ‐            1            1            1            1             ‐            4

           ‐            1            1            1            1            1            5

           ‐            1            1            1            1            1            5

           ‐            1            1            1            1            1            5

              ‐                ‐               1               1               1               1               4

            ‐             2             2

           1             1             2

          1            1            2

          1            1            2

          1            1            2

          1            1            2

             1 100‐540 Municipal Bldgs.                ‐ 100‐540 Municipal Bldgs.               1

Total Bldg./Equip. Maint. Division

           6

           6

          6

          7

          7

          7

            5

Total General Fund

   170.5

   172.5

  174.5

  176.5

  176.5

  176.5

  166.75

19 Curator

           1

           1

          1

          1

          1

          1

             1 201‐200 Pioneer Village

28 Main Street Director 24 Main Street Manager

           1              ‐

           1              ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

             1 201‐300 Main Street                ‐ 201‐300 Main Street

24 Tourism/Econ. Dev.

            ‐

            ‐

           ‐

           ‐

           ‐

           ‐

              ‐ 201‐500 Tourism & Prom.

26 24 19 16 16 14

Secretary Light Equipment Operator Light Equipment Operator Laborer

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

15 Sr. Custodian 14 Custodian

100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation 100‐410 Parks & Recreation

100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library 100‐460 Library

100‐530 Service Center 100‐530 Service Center 100‐530 Service Center 100‐530 Service Center 100‐530 Service Center 100‐530 Service Center

Hotel/Motel Fund

188


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

23 Tourism Manager

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

            ‐

            ‐

           ‐

          1

          1

           ‐

              ‐ 201‐500 Tourism & Prom.

           2

           2

          2

          3

          3

          2

            2

      0.25              ‐              ‐          0.5

            ‐              ‐              ‐         0.5

           ‐             ‐      0.25      0.25

           ‐             ‐      0.25      0.25

           ‐             ‐      0.25      0.25

           ‐             ‐      0.25      0.25

              ‐                ‐                ‐         0.25

            ‐             1             2

            ‐             1             2

           ‐            1            2

           ‐            1            2

          1             ‐            2

          1             ‐            2

              ‐ 203‐490 Cemetery Maint.                ‐ 203‐490 Cemetery Maint.                ‐ 203‐490 Cemetery Maint.

     3.75

       3.5

      3.5

      3.5

      3.5

      3.5

      0.25

33 Director of Economic Development 24 Tourism/Econ. Dev. Mgr.

           1              ‐

           1              ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

          1             ‐

             1 212‐100 Econ. Dev.                ‐ 212‐100 Econ. Dev.

Total Economic Development Fund

           1

           1

          1

          1

          1

          1

            1

           1             1             1             1             1             1             1             1              ‐              ‐             1             1             3             3             8             8

          1            1            1            1             ‐            1             3             8

          1            1            1            1             ‐            1             3             8

           ‐            1            1            1             ‐             ‐             3             6

           ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐             ‐             3             5

              ‐               1                ‐               1               1                ‐                2                5

27 Assistant Superintendent 23 Maintenance Chief 22 Operator

           1             1             1             3

           1             1             1             3

          1            1             1             3

          1            1             1             3

          1            1             1             3

          1            1             1             3

             1 501‐131 Overland Flow               1 501‐131 Overland Flow                1 501‐131 Overland Flow                3

31 28 27 24 23

‐            1             1             1             1

‐            1             1             1             1

‐           1            1            1            1

‐           1            1            1            1

      0.3            1            1            1            1

      0.3            1            1            1            1

         0.3               1               1               1               1

Total Hotel/Motel Fund

Cemetery Fund 30 28 23 19

Director of Comm. Supp. Svcs. Community Support Manager Administrative Assistant Secretary

18 Crew Chief 14 Crew Chief 14 Laborer

Total Cemetery Fund

203‐355 Cemetery Adm. 203‐355 Cemetery Adm. 203‐355 Cemetery Adm. 203‐355 Cemetery Adm.

Economic Development Fund

Utility Operating Fund 31 27 27 25 24 22 22

Environmental Svcs. Director Laboratory Manager Environmental Specialist Asst. Laboratory Manager Indstrial Wste/Bckflow Control Ofcr Executive Secretary Lab Technician

Environmental Svcs. Director Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Plant Technician Maintenance Chief

189

501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A 501‐120 Environmental S & A

501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr. 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr. 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr. 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr. 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr.


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

22 Executive Secretary 22 Operator

‐            5             9

‐            5             9

‐            5             9

‐            5             9

      0.3             5          9.6

      0.3             5          9.6

         0.3 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr.                5 501‐132 WW Reclamation Ctr.            9.6

31 28 27 24 23 22 22 22

‐            1             1             1             1 ‐             1             4             9

‐            1             1             1             1 ‐             1             4             9

‐           1            1            1            1 ‐            1             4             9

‐           1            1            1            1 ‐            1             4             9

      0.4            1            1            1            1        0.4            1             4          9.8

      0.4            1            1            1            1        0.4            1             4          9.8

         0.4               1               1               1               1           0.4               1                4            9.8

27 Assistant Superintendent 23 Maintenance Chief 22 Water Treatment Operator

           1             1             4             6

           1             1             4             6

          1            1             4             6

          1            1             4             6

          1            1             4             6

          1            1             4             6

             1 501‐142 Lake Halbert WTP               1 501‐142 Lake Halbert WTP                4 501‐142 Lake Halbert WTP                6

31 28 26 26 21 20 18 14

Public Works Director Public Services Superintendent Division Manager Supervisor Crew Chief Crew Chief Equipment Operator Repairman

        0.5          0.5             1             1              ‐             4             5             6           18

       0.5         0.5             1             1             4              ‐             5             6           18

      0.5        0.5            1            1            4             ‐            5             6           18

      0.5        0.5            1            1            4             ‐            5             5           17

      0.5        0.5            1            1            4             ‐            5             5           17

      0.5        0.5            1            1            4             ‐            5             5           17

         0.5           0.5               1               1               4                ‐               5                5             17

501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance 501‐200 Utility Maintenance

24 18 17 14

Utility Construction Foreman Equipment Operator Equipment Operator Repairman

           1             2              ‐             2             5

           1             2              ‐             2             5

          1            2             ‐             2             5

          1            2             ‐             2             5

          1            1            1             2             5

          1            1            1             2             5

             1               1               1                2                5

501‐300 Line Replacement 501‐300 Line Replacement 501‐300 Line Replacement 501‐300 Line Replacement

28 25 24 23 21 20 19 19 19 18 18 16

Asst. Finance Director Finance Supervisor Lead Service Technician Customer Service Supervisor Lead Field Service Technician Billing Tech. Senior Customer Service Rep. Cust. Svc. Rep. II Lead Service Technician Cashier Cust. Svc. Rep. I Cust. Svc. Field Technician

           1              ‐              ‐              ‐             1             1             1              ‐              ‐             1             1             1

           1              ‐             1              ‐              ‐             1              ‐             1              ‐             1             1             1

          1             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1             1

          1             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1             1

           ‐            1            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1             1

           ‐            1            1             ‐             ‐            1             ‐            1             ‐            1            1             1

              ‐               1               1                ‐                ‐               1                ‐               1                ‐               1               1                1

501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing 501‐400 Utility Billing

           7

           7

           7

           7

           7

           7

              7

        65

        65

       65

       64

    63.4

    62.4

      62.4

Environmental Svcs. Director Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Plant Technician Maintenance Chief Executive Secretary Lab Technician Water Treatment Operator

Total Utility Operating Fund

190

501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP 501‐141 Navarro Mills WTP


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 Full Time Personnel Schedule Detail By Department Position Pay Grade Pay Position Grade Titles

Number of Personnel         Amended Adopted Amended Adopted Adopted Amended 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Amended 2011

Total Sanitation Operating Fund 31 28 27 24 22 22 19 18

Environmental Svcs. Director Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Site Technician Executive Secretary Heavy Equipment Operator Laborer/Spotter Laborer/Gate Attendant

‐            1             1             1 ‐             3             1             1             8

‐            1             1             1 ‐             3             1             1             8

‐           1            1            1 ‐            3            1             1             8

‐           1            1            1 ‐            3            1             1             8

      0.3            1            1            1        0.3            3            1             1          8.6

      0.3            1            1            1        0.3            3            1             1          8.6

         0.3               1               1               1           0.3               3               1                1            8.6

502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill 502‐100 Sanitation Landfill

30 28 26 21 19 16 14

Director of Community Supp. Svcs. Customer Support Manager Supervisor Crew Chief Secretary Light Equipment Operator Laborer

      0.25              ‐             1              ‐          0.5             2             3        6.75

     0.25              ‐             1              ‐         0.5             3             3        7.75

           ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            3             3             7

           ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            3             3             7

           ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            3             3             7

           ‐             ‐            1             ‐             ‐            3             3             7

              ‐                ‐               1                ‐                ‐               3                3                7

502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste 502‐300 Bulk Solid Waste

Total Sanitation Operating Fund

   14.75

   15.75

       15

       15

    15.6

    15.6

      15.6

           1           18

           1           18

          1           18

          1           21

          1           21

          1           21

             1 503‐125 EMS             21 503‐125 EMS

Total EMS Operating Fund

        19

        19

       19

       22

       22

       22

          22

Total Full Time Personnel Frozen Positions

      276

      279

     280

     285

     285

     283           10

       270             10

Total EMS Operating Fund 18 EMS Clerk CS Firefighter

191


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 SALARY PLAN SUMMARY * * *  S T E P   P A Y   P O S I T I O N S  * * * Grade

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Frequency Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly

Minimum 19,862 1,655 9.549 20,758 1,730 9.980 21,659 1,805 10.413 22,642 1,887 10.886 23,652 1,971 11.371 24,734 2,061 11.891 25,823 2,152 12.415 26,465 2,205 12.724 27,675 2,306 13.305 29,648 2,471 14.254 31,521 2,627 15.154 34,094 2,841 16.391 36,870 3,073 17.726 39,902 3,325 19.184 41,503 3,459 19.953 44,917 3,743 21.595

Maximum 28,017 2,335 13.470 29,281 2,440 14.078 30,552 2,546 14.689 31,939 2,662 15.355 33,363 2,780 16.040 34,890 2,907 16.774 36,426 3,035 17.512 37,331 3,111 17.948 39,038 3,253 18.768 41,821 3,485 20.106 44,463 3,705 21.377 48,093 4,008 23.122 52,009 4,334 25.004 56,286 4,690 27.060 58,544 4,879 28.146 63,360 5,280 30.461

Base 19,862 1,655 9.549 20,758 1,730 9.980 21,659 1,805 10.413 22,642 1,887 10.886 23,652 1,971 11.371 24,734 2,061 11.891 25,823 2,152 12.415 26,465 2,205 12.724 27,675 2,306 13.305 29,648 2,471 14.254 31,521 2,627 15.154 34,094 2,841 16.391 36,870 3,073 17.726 39,902 3,325 19.184 41,503 3,459 19.953 44,917 3,743 21.595

2 YRS 20,557 1,713 9.883 21,485 1,790 10.329 22,417 1,868 10.777 23,434 1,953 11.267 24,480 2,040 11.769 25,600 2,133 12.308 26,727 2,227 12.849 27,391 2,283 13.169 28,644 2,387 13.771 30,686 2,557 14.753 32,624 2,719 15.685 35,287 2,941 16.965 38,160 3,180 18.346 41,299 3,442 19.855 42,956 3,580 20.652 46,489 3,874 22.351

4 YRS 21,277 1,773 10.229 22,236 1,853 10.691 23,202 1,933 11.155 24,255 2,021 11.661 25,337 2,111 12.181 26,496 2,208 12.738 27,662 2,305 13.299 28,350 2,362 13.630 29,646 2,471 14.253 31,760 2,647 15.269 33,766 2,814 16.234 36,522 3,044 17.559 39,496 3,291 18.988 42,744 3,562 20.550 44,459 3,705 21.375 48,116 4,010 23.133

6 YRS 22,021 1,835 10.587 23,015 1,918 11.065 24,014 2,001 11.545 25,104 2,092 12.069 26,223 2,185 12.607 27,423 2,285 13.184 28,630 2,386 13.765 29,342 2,445 14.107 30,684 2,557 14.752 32,871 2,739 15.803 34,948 2,912 16.802 37,801 3,150 18.173 40,878 3,407 19.653 44,240 3,687 21.269 46,015 3,835 22.123 49,800 4,150 23.942

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8 YRS 22,792 1,899 10.958 23,820 1,985 11.452 24,854 2,071 11.949 25,982 2,165 12.491 27,141 2,262 13.049 28,383 2,365 13.646 29,632 2,469 14.246 30,369 2,531 14.601 31,758 2,646 15.268 34,022 2,835 16.357 36,171 3,014 17.390 39,124 3,260 18.809 42,309 3,526 20.341 45,788 3,816 22.014 47,626 3,969 22.897 51,543 4,295 24.780

10 YRS 23,590 1,966 11.341 24,654 2,054 11.853 25,724 2,144 12.367 26,892 2,241 12.929 28,091 2,341 13.505 29,376 2,448 14.123 30,670 2,556 14.745 31,432 2,619 15.112 32,869 2,739 15.803 35,213 2,934 16.929 37,437 3,120 17.999 40,493 3,374 19.468 43,790 3,649 21.053 47,391 3,949 22.784 49,293 4,108 23.698 53,347 4,446 25.648

12 YRS 24,415 2,035 11.738 25,517 2,126 12.268 26,624 2,219 12.800 27,833 2,319 13.381 29,074 2,423 13.978 30,404 2,534 14.618 31,743 2,645 15.261 32,532 2,711 15.641 34,020 2,835 16.356 36,445 3,037 17.522 38,747 3,229 18.629 41,910 3,493 20.149 45,323 3,777 21.790 49,050 4,087 23.582 51,018 4,251 24.528 55,214 4,601 26.545

14 YRS 25,270 2,106 12.149 26,410 2,201 12.697 27,556 2,296 13.248 28,807 2,401 13.849 30,092 2,508 14.467 31,469 2,622 15.129 32,854 2,738 15.795 33,671 2,806 16.188 35,210 2,934 16.928 37,721 3,143 18.135 40,104 3,342 19.281 43,377 3,615 20.854 46,909 3,909 22.552 50,766 4,231 24.407 52,803 4,400 25.386 57,147 4,762 27.475

16 YRS 26,154 2,180 12.574 27,334 2,278 13.142 28,521 2,377 13.712 29,815 2,485 14.334 31,145 2,595 14.974 32,570 2,714 15.659 34,004 2,834 16.348 34,849 2,904 16.754 36,443 3,037 17.521 39,041 3,253 18.770 41,507 3,459 19.955 44,895 3,741 21.584 48,551 4,046 23.342 52,543 4,379 25.261 54,652 4,554 26.275 59,147 4,929 28.436

18 YRS 27,070 2,256 13.014 28,291 2,358 13.601 29,519 2,460 14.192 30,859 2,572 14.836 32,235 2,686 15.498 33,710 2,809 16.207 35,194 2,933 16.920 36,069 3,006 17.341 37,718 3,143 18.134 40,407 3,367 19.427 42,960 3,580 20.654 46,467 3,872 22.340 50,250 4,188 24.159 54,382 4,532 26.145 56,564 4,714 27.194 61,217 5,101 29.431

20 YRS 28,017 2,335 13.470 29,281 2,440 14.078 30,552 2,546 14.689 31,939 2,662 15.355 33,363 2,780 16.040 34,890 2,907 16.774 36,426 3,035 17.512 37,331 3,111 17.948 39,038 3,253 18.768 41,821 3,485 20.106 44,463 3,705 21.377 48,093 4,008 23.122 52,009 4,334 25.004 56,286 4,690 27.060 58,544 4,879 28.146 63,360 5,280 30.461


CITY OF CORSICANA

2010‐2011 SALARY PLAN SUMMARY * * * M A N A G E M E N T    P O S I T I O N S    (NON‐STEP PAY) * * * Grade

30 31 32 33 34

Frequency Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly

Minimum 48,886 4,074 23.503 57,965 4,830 27.868 68,613 5,718 32.987 81,320 6,777 39.096 96,363 8,030 46.328

Maximum 69,809 5,817 33.562 82,774 6,898 39.795 97,979 8,165 47.105 116,124 9,677 55.829 137,607 11,467 66.157

Base 48,886 4,074 23.503 57,965 4,830 27.868 68,613 5,718 32.987 81,320 6,777 39.096 96,363 8,030 46.328

Midpoint 59,348 4,946 28.532 70,370 5,864 33.831 83,296 6,941 40.046 98,722 8,227 47.463 116,985 9,749 56.243

Maximum 69,809 5,817 33.562 82,774 6,898 39.795 97,979 8,165 47.105 116,124 9,677 55.829 137,607 11,467 66.157

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2010‐2011 SALARY PLAN SUMMARY * * * C I V I L    S E R V I C E    P O S I T I O N S * * * P O L I C E Grade

PCS‐A PCS‐B Grade

PCS‐1 PCS‐2 PCS‐3 PCS‐4 PCS‐5

Frequency Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Frequency Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly

Minimum 36,561 3,047 17.577 37,528 3,127 18.042

Maximum 36,561 3,047 17.577 37,528 3,127 18.042

Base 36,561 3,047 17.577 37,528 3,127 18.042

Minimum 40,527 3,377 19.484 46,745 3,895 22.474 54,150 4,513 26.034 59,646 4,971 28.676 62,785 5,232 30.185

Maximum 50,127 4,177 24.100 56,345 4,695 27.089 63,750 5,313 30.649 69,246 5,771 33.291 72,385 6,032 34.800

Base 40,527 3,377 19.484 46,745 3,895 22.474 54,150 4,513 26.034 59,646 4,971 28.676 62,785 5,232 30.185

Minimum 36,561 3,047 12.555 17.577 37,528 3,127 12.887 18.042

Maximum 36,561 3,047 12.555 17.577 37,528 3,127 12.887 18.042

Base 36,561 3,047 12.555 17.577 37,528 3,127 12.887 18.042

Minimum 40,355 3,363 13.858 19.401 47,161 3,930 16.195 22.674 54,599 4,550 18.750 26.250 58,655 4,888 28.200

Maximum 49,955 4,163 17.155 24.017 56,761 4,730 19.492 27.289 64,199 5,350 22.046 30.865 68,255 5,688 32.815

Base 40,355 3,363 13.858 19.401 47,161 3,930 16.195 22.674 54,599 4,550 18.750 26.250 58,655 4,888 28.200

3 YRS 41,727 3,477 20.061 47,945 3,995 23.050 55,350 4,613 26.611 60,846 5,071 29.253 63,985 5,332 30.762

4 YRS 42,927 3,577 20.638 49,145 4,095 23.627 56,550 4,713 27.188 62,046 5,171 29.830 65,185 5,432 31.339

5 YRS 44,127 3,677 21.215 50,345 4,195 24.204 57,750 4,813 27.764 63,246 5,271 30.407 66,385 5,532 31.916

Base With Senority Pay 6 YRS 7 YRS 45,327 46,527 3,777 3,877 21.792 22.369 51,545 52,745 4,295 4,395 24.781 25.358 58,950 60,150 4,913 5,013 28.341 28.918 64,446 65,646 5,371 5,471 30.984 31.561 67,585 68,785 5,632 5,732 32.493 33.070

9 YRS 47,727 3,977 22.946 53,945 4,495 25.935 61,350 5,113 29.495 66,846 5,571 32.138 69,985 5,832 33.647

15 YRS 48,927 4,077 23.523 55,145 4,595 26.512 62,550 5,213 30.072 68,046 5,671 32.714 71,185 5,932 34.224

20 YRS 50,127 4,177 24.100 56,345 4,695 27.089 63,750 5,313 30.649 69,246 5,771 33.291 72,385 6,032 34.800

Base With Senority Pay 6 YRS 7 YRS 45,155 46,355 3,763 3,863 15.507 15.919 21.709 22.286 51,961 53,161 4,330 4,430 17.844 18.256 24.981 25.558 59,399 60,599 4,950 5,050 20.398 20.810 28.557 29.134 63,455 64,655 5,288 5,388 30.507 31.084

9 YRS 47,555 3,963 16.331 22.863 54,361 4,530 18.668 26.135 61,799 5,150 21.222 29.711 65,855 5,488 31.661

15 YRS 48,755 4,063 16.743 23.440 55,561 4,630 19.080 26.712 62,999 5,250 21.634 30.288 67,055 5,588 32.238

20 YRS 49,955 4,163 17.155 24.017 56,761 4,730 19.492 27.289 64,199 5,350 22.046 30.865 68,255 5,688 32.815

F I R E Grade

Frequency

FCS‐A

Annual Monthly Shift Hourly Hourly

FCS‐B

Annual Monthly Shift Hourly Hourly

Grade

Frequency

FCS‐1

FCS‐3

FCS‐4 FCS‐5

Annual Monthly Shift Hourly Hourly Annual Monthly Shift Hourly Hourly Annual Monthly Shift Hourly Hourly Annual Monthly Hourly

3 YRS 41,555 3,463 14.270 19.978 48,361 4,030 16.607 23.250 55,799 4,650 19.162 26.826 59,855 4,988 28.776

4 YRS 42,755 3,563 14.682 20.555 49,561 4,130 17.020 23.827 56,999 4,750 19.574 27.403 61,055 5,088 29.353

5 YRS 43,955 3,663 15.094 21.132 50,761 4,230 17.432 24.404 58,199 4,850 19.986 27.980 62,255 5,188 29.930

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Notice Required by H.B. 3195 (Effective 09/01/2007)

This budget will raise more property taxes than last year’s budget by $152,379 or 3.62%, and of that amount $19,705 is tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the roll this year.

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AD VALOREM TAX RATE BUDGET YEAR OCTOBER 1, 2010 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2011

Net Taxable Value

$          1,222,239,080

Collection Rate

X

Value at Collection Rate

98% $          1,197,794,298

Proposed Tax Rate

X                          0.6272

Revenue Produced at Tax Rate Revenue Produced at Tax Rate

$ $                  7 512 566 7,512,566

Fund

Percentage

Rate

Amount

General Operating Fund

83.03400%

                 0.520791

$                      6,238,005

General Obligation Debt Service Fund

16.96600%

                 0.106409

$                      1,274,561

Total

100.00000%

                 0.627200

$                      7,512,566

    

General Operating Fund

General Obligation Debt  Service Fund

At the collection rate, each cent is worth a total of:

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$        119,779


CITY OF CORSICANA

ANALYSIS OF VALUES AND PROPERTY TAXES TAX INCREMENT FINANCING (T.I.F.) ZONE PREPARED FOR YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 TO BE PAID IN FY 2011

INCREASES IN T.I.F. ZONE VALUES Base Year T.I.F. District Property Values

$              42,656,231

Year 2010

T.I.F. District Property Values ‐ Current Year Net Increase in Property Values in T.I.F. Zone ‐ Current Year

TIF Zone Current Tax Year Amount $              75,566,795   $              32,910,564

AMOUNT TO DEDUCT FOR CAPTURED APPRAISED VALUE History‐to‐Date Captured Property Values Within T.I.F. Zone:

Thru Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

$              42,656,231 $              43,528,681 $              43,401,363 $              43,596,895 $              59,755,367 $              59,934,587 $              63,672,455 $              67,740,000 $              74,459,990 $              75,566,795

Incremental Increase ‐ Captured Property Value ‐ T.I.F. Fund Last Year:

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Amount $                                 ‐ $                   872,450 $                  (127,318) $                   195,532 $              16,158,472 $                   179,220 $                3,737,868 $                4,067,545 $                6,719,990 $                1,106,805

Cumulative Captured Property Values in T.I.F. Zone Prior to:

2010

$              32,910,564 Deduction for 2010

*

Amount Reportable on ETR Worksheet:

$              32,910,564

AMOUNT TO BE TRANSFERRED TO T.I.F. FUND ‐ BY TAXING ENTITY City Current Year (2010) Tax Rates: Property Taxes to be Paid ‐ T.I.F. Fund‐ Fiscal Year 2011:

County **

0.6272

0.6180

$  206,415.06

$  203,387.29

School District N/A $                          ‐

Estimated Combined Total Revenue to TIF‐Fiscal Year 2011

*   Amount of Current Year's Captured Value in T.I.F. Zone  **  County's Tax Rate Excludes Flood Zone

198

Navarro College 0.1190 $                39,163.57

$              448,965.91


City of Corsicana

Sales Tax Receipts 2010 % Diff. w/ Month

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Difference

Prev. Yr.

OCT

280,041.77

289,790.86

365,597.35

270,001.61

349,385.33

261,011.50

274,993.67

315,095.98

357,671.25

371,759.88

386,939.31

406,882.82

383,481.89

(23,400.93)

-5.75%

NOV

266,362.04

238,226.87

281,400.57

295,254.67

314,406.74

256,288.67

270,351.89

314,462.38

359,709.62

351,611.37

380,414.95

388,919.73

344,295.69

(44,624.04)

-11.47%

DEC **

454,470.93

530,534.93

409,333.17

475,521.21

464,727.67

442,600.74

484,975.36

484,592.17

534,100.81

559,780.27

559,943.13

530,813.94

543,334.12

12,520.18

2.36%

JAN

246,155.60

274,624.39

250,313.71

233,332.04

296,581.10

258,205.65

277,314.61

333,934.32

343,296.32

369,431.71

398,089.12

387,572.63

363,968.77

(23,603.86)

-6.09%

March

FEB

244,291.53

253,779.54

266,471.00

266,622.71

253,811.25

248,662.46

327,404.59

316,526.03

353,702.32

345,173.63

333,744.20

343,984.22

329,385.58

(14,598.64)

-4.24%

April

MAR **

383,082.59

418,900.47

429,504.11

413,499.08

510,713.34

368,639.31

423,761.83

432,289.48

487,268.98

522,053.27

480,217.77

472,526.69

496,578.44

24,051.75

5.09%

May

APR

298,086.74

268,144.82

265,632.24

272,314.84

283,666.68

290,596.79

290,922.47

335,194.91

363,380.89

360,476.19

384,614.17

399,578.86

379,377.53

(20,201.33)

-5.06%

June

MAY

268,077.16

258,447.98

312,336.40

298,419.55

305,054.85

293,882.48

301,388.24

329,337.49

401,931.90

407,631.28

391,631.64

358,561.38

395,068.20

36,506.82

10.18%

July

JUN **

401,435.47

465,294.46

434,524.01

394,138.21

292,917.34

372,480.10

392,014.47

489,974.41

478,435.20

459,778.98

603,563.60

492,009.33

471,462.18

(20,547.15)

-4.18%

August

JUL

273,964.40

292,230.93

293,592.73

323,305.66

290,766.72

292,186.83

305,972.61

334,643.39

375,915.70

376,027.51

473,069.48

390,676.19

382,730.52

(7,945.67)

-2.03%

September

AUG

270,932.55

233,814.44

319,270.28

299,767.28

300,121.03

278,350.33

331,750.36

361,317.03

362,402.66

401,486.50

395,913.22

400,512.00

0.00%

October

SEP **

399,698.73

378,032.25

389,428.33

446,600.26

387,577.49

391,680.45

474,364.89

459,154.26

492,927.20

500,641.70

518,819.14

462,583.02

0.00%

November

3,786,599.51

3,901,821.94

4,017,403.90

3,988,777.12

4,049,729.54

3,754,585.31

4,155,214.99

4,506,521.85

4,910,742.85

5,025,852.29

5,306,959.73

5,034,620.81

4,089,682.92

4,488,729.00

4,262,074.00

4,476,458.00

4,072,653.00

4,172,653.00

4,641,296.00

4,950,000.00

5,150,000.00

5,372,803.00

5,255,000.00

5,079,179.00

5,216,314.00

Received In:

BUDGETED AMENDED BUDGET

3,701,134.00

4,935,844.53

(81,842.87)

December January February

-1.96%

(-1.96% of FY 2009 Receipts $5,034,620.81) Anticipated

93.93% of Current Budget

Collections: High Low Average

454,470.93

530,534.93

434,524.01

475,521.21

510,713.34

442,600.74

484,975.36

489,974.41

534,100.81

559,780.27

603,563.60

530,813.94

543,334.12

244,291.53

233,814.44

250,313.71

233,332.04

253,811.25

248,662.46

270,351.89

314,462.38

343,296.32

345,173.63

333,744.20

343,984.22

329,385.58

315,549.96

325,151.83

334,783.66

332,398.09

337,477.46

312,882.11

346,267.92

375,543.49

409,228.57

418,821.02

442,246.64

419,551.73

408,968.29

Comparison to same period in previous year: COLLECTIONS FOR: OCTOBER THROUGH JULY 1997-1998

1998-1999

1999-2000

2000-2001

2001-2002

2002-2003

2003-2004

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

3,115,968.23

3,289,975.25

3,308,705.29

3,242,409.58

3,362,031.02

3,084,554.53

3,349,099.74

3,686,050.56

4,055,412.99

4,123,724.09

77.82% 83.33%

Actual Collection - % of Budget Collected Y.T.D. Target Collection - % of Budget

2007-2008 4,392,227.37

2008-2009 4,171,525.79

2009-2010 4,089,682.92

1,165,317.08 amount required to meet budget 846,161.61 amount required to meet anticipated receipts 582,658.54 average amount required monthly to meet budget

**

End of quarter sales higher because many businesses report quarterly rather than monthly

423,080.80 avg amt required monthly to meet anticipated receipts

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Sales Tax Comparison 2010 700,000

600,000

500,000

400,000

300,000

200,000

100,000

OCT

NOV

2005

DEC **

JAN

2006

FEB

MAR **

2007

200

APR

MAY

2008

JUN **

JUL

2009

AUG

SEP **

2010


CITY OF CORSICANA

Computation Schedule Utility Fund Transfers To General Fund For Fiscal Year 2011

Utility Fund - Gross Receipts Tax Calculation Budgeted Gross Receipts

$

Tax Percentage (.03)

Utility Fund 14,024,000 3.00%

Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Actual Amount Budgeted

$

420,720

$

420,650

Reimbursement - Utility Fund Utility Operating Fund Departmental Budget 2011

Reimbursement Transfer To General Fd

Calc. Percentage

General Fund Departments: 010 City Council

$

27,732

30.00%

265,805

30.00%

79,742

109,695

15.00%

16,454

73,167

23.66%

17,309

570,515

35.00%

199,680

1000 man hrs.

$16/hr.

16,000

90,168

40.00%

36,067

562,024

40.00%

224,810

2,386,898

15.00%

358,035

59,425

5.00%

2,971

530 Maintenance Service Center

275,828

30.00%

82,748

540 Municipal Buildings

191,216

20.00%

38,243

020 Administration 030 Legal 050 Human Resources

(62.4 employees)

080 Finance 120 Fire Department

Hydrant maintenance

310 Information Technology 320 Engineering 330 Street Department 510 K-Wolens

Records storage

Actual Amount Budgeted

201

$

8,320

$

1,080,379

$

864,303


CITY OF CORSICANA

Computation Schedule Sanitation Fund Transfers To General Fund For Fiscal Year 2011

Sanitation Fund - Gross Receipts Tax Calculation Sanitation Fund $ 3,182,500

Budgeted Gross Receipts Tax Percentage (.03)

3.00%

Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Actual Amount Budgeted

$

95,475

$

95,475

Reimbursement - Sanitation Fund Sanitation Operating Fund Departmental Budget 2011

Reimbursement Transfer To General Fd

Calc. Percentage

General Fund Departments: 010 City Council

$

27,732

4.00%

265,805

10.00%

26,581

109,695

3.00%

3,291

73,167

5.82%

4,259

570,515

15.00%

85,577

90,168

10.00%

9,017

562,024

20.00%

112,405

2,386,898

10.00%

238,690

59,425

2.00%

1,189

530 Maintenance Service Center

275,828

5.00%

13,791

540 Municipal Buildings

191,216

2.50%

4,780

020 Administration 030 Legal 050 Human Resources

(15.6 employees)

080 Finance 310 Information Technology 320 Engineering 330 Street Department 510 K-Wolens

Road destruction, Allied Waste/Solid Waste P/U Records storage

Actual Amount Budgeted

202

$

1,109

$

500,689

$

400,551


CITY OF CORSICANA

Computation Schedule Emergency Medical Services Fund Transfers To General Fund For Fiscal Year 2011

E.M.S. Fund - Gross Receipts Tax Calculation Budgeted Gross Receipts

$

E.M.S. Fund 4,488,000

$

134,640

Tax Percentage (.03)

3.00%

Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Actual Amount Budgeted

-

Reimbursement - E.M.S. Fund E.M.S. Operating Fund Departmental Budget 2011

Reimbursement Transfer To General Fd

Calc. Percentage

General Fund Departments:

010 City Council

$

020 Administration 030 Legal

27,732

4.00%

$

1,109

265,805

6.00%

15,948

109,695

4.00%

4,388

050 Human Resources

(22 of 268 employees)

73,167

8.21%

6,006

060 Civil Service

(21 of 100 employees)

65,025

21.00%

13,655

570,515

15.00%

85,577

3,263,585

10.00%

326,359

310 Information Technology

90,168

2.00%

1,803

510 K-Wolens

59,425

1.00%

594

530 Maintenance Service Center

275,828

1.50%

4,137

540 Municipal Buildings

191,216

1.50%

2,868

080 Finance 120 Fire Department

Use of Fire & Rescue Personnel for EMS; housing/utilities/adm.

Actual Amount Budgeted

203

$

462,446

$

369,957


CONTRACTED SERVICES ‐ REQUESTS FOR 2011

Account Title

Account

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

Number

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Requested 2011

Recommended 2011

General Operating Fund Corsicana Industrial Foundation

100‐55320‐910‐00

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

      15,000

Magnet

100‐55320‐910‐00

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

         5,000

Corsicana/Navarro MHMR

100‐55330‐910‐00

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

         5,500

Corsicana Emergency Corp.

100‐55340‐910‐00

         6,000

         3,000

         3,000

         3,000

         3,000

         3,000

         3,000

         3,000

Corsicana Weather Radar System

100‐55350‐910‐00

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

Economic Development

100‐55360‐910‐00

      30,000

      30,000

      30,000

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

CHDO/CNHOC

100‐55370‐910‐00

      10,000

         5,000

         5,000

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Children's Advocacy Ctr. (see below)

100‐55450‐910‐00

             ‐

         5,000

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Palace Theatre (see below)

100‐55470‐910‐00

             ‐

             ‐

         6,000

         6,000

         6,000

         6,000

         6,000

         6,000

Freedom Field (see below)

100‐55480‐910‐00

             ‐

             ‐

         1,500

             ‐

             ‐

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

Humane Society of Navarro County

100‐            ‐910‐00

      20,422

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

STAR Program

100‐            ‐910‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Meals on Wheels

100‐55510‐910‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

         1,500

         1,500

         1,500

Contribution‐Health Services

100‐57385‐220‐00

      31,250

      31,250

      31,250

      31,250

      31,250

      33,000

      33,000

      33,000

       15,000         10,000                ‐            3,000            1,500                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐                ‐            2,500                ‐         33,000

    124,672

    101,250

    106,250

      69,750

      69,750

      73,000

      73,000

      73,000

            65,000

                15,000                    5,000                    5,500                    3,000                    1,500                         ‐                         ‐                        ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                    1,500                  33,000                  64,500

              ‐            5,000

                  1,000                    1,000

          6,500            5,000         15,000            2,500         34,000

                  1,500                    5,000                    2,000                    1,000                  11,500

Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax Fund Navarro County Exposition

201‐55430‐100‐00

             ‐

      25,000

      10,000

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

Derrick Days

201‐55435‐100‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Festival of Lights, Inc.

201‐55440‐100‐00

             ‐

      11,000

      11,000

         6,500

         6,500

         6,500

         6,500

         6,500

Pioneer Village ‐ Reimb Gate Fees

201‐55280‐100‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Palace Theatre 

201‐55280‐100‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

Freedom Field 

201‐55280‐100‐00

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

      36,000

      21,000

         9,000

         9,000

         9,000

         9,000

         9,000

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

             ‐

         2,500

         2,500

         2,500

              ‐                ‐

                  2,500                    2,500

    124,672

    137,250

    127,250

      78,750

      78,750

      84,500

      84,500

      84,500

      99,000

              78,500

Court‐Child Safety Children's Advocacy Center

Total Contracted Services

247‐55450‐910‐00

204


City of Corsicana Capital Asset Purchase Requests (Items Individually Totaling More than $10,000) For All Departments

Account Number Fund Department (58000 - 58999) 58865 100 210 58865 100 210

Department Animal Control Animal Control

Purchase Priority Number 1 2

Overall Priority Number 1 2

Item Description Newer Vehicle Chassis Mount Unit

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

330 330 330 330 330 330 330 330

58865 58865 58865 58865 58865 58865 58865 58865

Streets Streets Streets Streets Streets Streets Streets Streets

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Gradall (street maintenance) 3/4 Ton Pick Up Backhoe (Street Reconstruction) Asphalt Tack Trailer Single Drum Flat Wheel Roller Dump Truck 6-8 Cy(Reconstruction) Trench Roller 11 Wheel Roller (Reconstruction)

100

410

00000

Parks

1

9

Bunert Park Christmas Display

100 100

450 450

00000 00000

Pools Pools

1 2

3 4

Bunert Park - Portable Alarm System Jester Park - Portable Alarm System

239

125

58865

EMS Equipment Replacement

1

1

EMS - 2011 Ford F-350 Type I Ambulance

244

110

58865

Police

1

1

One new police patrol vehicle

501 501

131 131

58865 58865

Overland Flow Overland Flow

1 2

1 2

Chevy 1500 1/2 Ton Pickup John Deere 4x4 Gator Utility Vehicle

501 501

132 132

58865 58865

Wastewater Reclamation Wastewater Reclamation

3 4

3 4

501 501 501 501

141 141 141 141

00000 58865 58865 00000

Navarro Mills WTP Navarro Mills WTP Navarro Mills WTP Navarro Mills WTP

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

501 501

142 142

00000 58865

Lake Halbert WTP Lake Halbert WTP

1 2

1 2

501 501 501 501 501

200 200 200 200 200

58865 58865 00000 58865 58865

Utility System Maintenance Utility System Maintenance Utility System Maintenance Utility System Maintenance Utility System Maintenance

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 5 6

501 501 501 501

300 300 300 300

58865 00000 58865 00000

Utility Line Replacement Utility Line Replacement Utility Line Replacement Utility Line Replacement

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

501

400

58865

Utility Billing

1

1

Price per Item # of items 1 12,000.00 1 12,400.00 Animal Control Capital Request Total 1 321,560.00 1 30,690.00 1 107,635.00 1 16,995.00 1 105,380.00 1 85,030.00 1 33,429.00 1 79,876.50 Streets Capital Request Total 1 16,000.00 Parks Capital Request Total 1 11,500.00 1 11,500.00 Pools Capital Request Total General Fund Capital Request Total

Total Amount Requested 12,000.00 12,400.00 24,400.00 321,560.00 30,690.00 107,635.00 16,995.00 105,380.00 85,030.00 33,429.00 79,876.50 780,595.50 16,000.00 16,000.00 11,500.00 11,500.00 23,000.00 843,995.50

Total Amount Proposed 321,560.00 321,560.00 321,560.00

1 113,675.00 EMS Equipment Replacement Capital Request Total EMS Equipment Replacement Fund Capital Request Total

113,675.00 113,675.00 113,675.00

113,675.00 113,675.00 113,675.00

3 $ 24,000.00 $ Police Capital Request Total Rules of the Road Fund Capital Request Total

1 20,000.00 1 10,000.00 Overland Flow Capital Request Total 3/4 Ton Pickup 1 22,000.00 RTV (Utility Vehicle) 1 14,500.00 Wastewater Reclamation Capital Request Total Electric Actuators & Valves for Sludge Pond 1 34,000.00 RTV (Utility Vehicle) 1 14,500.00 2010 1/2 Ton Pickup 1 20,000.00 Zero Turn Mower 1 14,000.00 Navarro Mills WTP Capital Request Total Lake Halbert WTP - Tube Settlers - Required by 10-Year Plan 1 30,000.00 2010 1/2 Ton Pickup 1 20,000.00 Lake Halbert WTP Capital Request Total Pick Up With Utility Bed, 1 Ton 37,956.00 1 Backhoe 1 101,970.00 Vac-Tron Trailer Mount Vacuum Rig 1 67,980.00 Tractor For Camera 1 67,980.00 Dump Truck 6-8 Yard 1 79,310.00 Utility System Maintenance Capital Request Total Pick Up, 1 ton with utility bed 1 37,960.00 Trench Box 2 10,202.50 Dump truck 6-8 yards 1 82,720.00 Bull dozer used 1 56,650.00 Utility Line Replacement Capital Request Total Vehicle - small truck 1 20,000.00 Utility Billing Capital Request Total

205

72,000.00 72,000.00 72 000 00 72,000.00 20,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 22,000.00 14,500.00 36,500.00 34,000.00 14,500.00 20,000.00 14,000.00 82,500.00 30,000.00 20,000.00 50,000.00 37,956.00 101,970.00 67,980.00 67,980.00 79,310.00 355,196.00 37,960.00 20,405.00 82,720.00 56,650.00 197,735.00 20,000.00 20,000.00

$

72,000.00 72,000.00 72 000 00 72,000.00 34,000.00 34,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 101,970.00 101,970.00 20,405.00 20,405.00 -


City of Corsicana Capital Asset Purchase Requests (Items Individually Totaling More than $10,000) For All Departments

Account Number Fund Department (58000 - 58999)

Department

Purchase Priority Number

Overall Priority Number

Item Description

502

100

58865

Landfill Operations

1

2

Landfill - 140H Cat Motor Grader

502

300

58865

Bulk Solid Waste Pickup

1

1

Bulk Solid Waste - New Truck 4X4, 1 ton Pick Up

Price per Item # of items Utility Fund Capital Request Total

Total Amount Requested 771,931.00

Total Amount Proposed 186,375.00

1 250,000.00 Landfill Operations Capital Request Total 1 27,500.00 Bulk Solid Waste Pickup Capital Request Total Sanitation Fund Capital Request Total

250,000.00 250,000.00 27,500.00 27,500.00 277,500.00

250,000.00 250,000.00 250,000.00

Capital Request Total (All Funds) $ 2,079,101.50 To be Funded by Cash To be Financed

206

185,675.00 1,893,426.50 $ 2,079,101.50

$

943,610.00

$

185,675.00 757,935.00 943,610.00


City of Corsicana Capital and/or Maintenance Project Requests For All Departments

Account Number Fund Department (58000 - 58999) 100 330 00000

Department Streets

Project Priority Number 1

Overall Priority Number 9

Total Price Amount Project Description per Item Requested # of items Downtown Sidewalk Reconstruction - 20% Match for $150K Grant 1 $ 30,000.00 $ 30,000.00 Streets Total 30,000.00 Community Park Hike & Bike Trail Overlay 1 70,000.00 70,000.00 Mertz Tennis Center Lighting Replacement & Addition 1 69,500.00 69,500.00 IOOF Park Sport Lighting - Tennis Court 1 21,500.00 21,500.00 IOOF Park Sport Lighting - Basketball Court 1 15,000.00 15,000.00 IOOF Park Sport Lighting - Volleyball Court 1 14,500.00 14,500.00 Pocket Park Structural Maintenance/Reconstruction 1 44,500.00 44,500.00 Walking Bridge - Cunningham South Hill Park 1 79,500.00 79,500.00 Allyn Park - Additional Lighting for Visitor's Center 1 9,000.00 9,000.00 Allyn Park - Water Fountain (Horse Trough) Renovation 1 12,000.00 12,000.00 Allyn Park - Small Water Reflection Pool 1 12,000.00 12,000.00 Fullerton Garitty Putt-Putt Golf Course 69,000.00 69,000.00 1 IOOF Park - 10-Unit RV Parking; Related Access Road 1 73,000.00 73,000.00 Parks Projects Total 489,500.00 Lake Halbert Park - Sandy Beach Swim Area 1 17,000.00 17,000.00 Lake Halbert Park - Four 10' x 15' Concrete Covered Picnic Areas 1 25,200.00 25,200.00 Lake Halbert Park - Road Mtc. - 4" of Crushed Rock 1 17,000.00 17,000.00 Lakes and Grounds Projects Total 59,200.00 Jester Park Swimming Pool Deck Maintenance/Resurface 1 31,000.00 31,000.00 Bunert Park Swimming Pool Deck Maintenance/Resurface 1 13,700.00 13,700.00 Pools Projects Total 44,700.00 Parking Lot Maintenance and Improvements 1 18,700.00 18,700.00 HVAC Units - Repair or Replacement 1 12,275.00 12,275.00 Loading Docks - Replacement 1 64,200.00 64,200.00 Roof Replacement 1 244 740 00 244,740.00 244 740 00 244,740.00 K-Wolens Building Projects Total 339,915.00 Concrete Parking Lot - Phase 1 of 3 1 15,000.00 15,000.00 Maintenance Service Center Projects Total 15,000.00 Temple Beth-El Dome Repair 1 12,500.00 12,500.00 Government Center - HVAC Replacement 1 10,000.00 10,000.00 Collin Street Annex - HVAC Replacement 1 3,000.00 3,000.00 Temple Beth-El - HVAC Replacement 1 3,000.00 3,000.00 Northrop Grumman Building - HVAC Replacement 1 4,000.00 4,000.00 Government Center - Maintenance - Painting of Offices 1 19,200.00 19,200.00 Government Center - Council Chambers - Update 1 20,700.00 20,700.00 Municipal Buildings Projects Total 72,400.00 General Fund Projects Total 1,050,715.00

Total Amount Proposed $ 30,000.00 30,000.00 244 740 00 244,740.00 244,740.00 10,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 4,000.00 20,000.00 294,740.00

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410 410

00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000

Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks Parks

1 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8

1 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8

100 100 100

420 420 420

00000 00000 00000

Lakes and Grounds Lakes and Grounds Lakes and Grounds

1 2 3

1 2 3

100 100

450 450

00000 00000

Pools Pools

1 2

1 2

100 100 100 100

510 510 510 510

58685 00000 00000 00000

K-Wolens Building K-Wolens Building K-Wolens Building K-Wolens Building

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

100

530

00000

Maintenance Service Center

1

1

100 100 100 100 100 100 100

540 540 540 540 540 540 540

00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000

Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings Municipal Buildings

1 2 2 2 2 3 4

1 2 2 2 2 3 4

201

200

00000

Pioneer Village

1

1

Pioneer Village - Automatic irrigation system

1 11,250.00 Pioneer Village Projects Total Hotel/Motel Fund Projects Total

11,250.00 11,250.00 11,250.00

202 202

100 100

00000 00000

Municipal Airport Municipal Airport

1 2

1 2

Municipal Airport Master Plan Update 90/10 - City Match Municipal Airport - New Hangar Construction

18,000.00 1 1 200,000.00 Municipal Airport Projects Total Airport Fund Projects Total

18,000.00 200,000.00 218,000.00 218,000.00

18,000.00 18,000.00 18,000.00

501 501

132 132

00000 00000

Wastewater Reclamation Wastewater Reclamation

1 1

1 1

Maintenance - #1 Final Clarifier Painted Maintenance - #2 Final Clarifier Painted

501

200

00000

Utility System Maintenance

1

4

Lift Station Package For N Bus 45

62,500.00 62,500.00 125,000.00 226,600.00 226,600.00 351,600.00

62,500.00 62,500.00 226,600.00 226,600.00 289,100.00

207

1 62,500.00 1 62,500.00 Wastewater Reclamation Projects Total 1 226,600.00 Utility System Maintenance Projects Total Utilities Fund Projects Total

-


City of Corsicana Capital and/or Maintenance Project Requests For All Departments

Account Number Fund Department (58000 - 58999) 502

100

00000

Department

Project Priority Number

Overall Priority Number

Landfill Operations

1

1

Project Description Concrete Shop Yard

# of items

Price per Item

1 97,500.00 Landfill Operations Projects Total Landfill Fund Projects Total

Total Amount Requested 97,500.00 97,500.00 97,500.00

Capital Projects Grand Total All Funds $ 1,729,065.00 To be Funded by Cash To be Financed

208

Total Amount Proposed

1,729,065.00 $ 1,729,065.00

$

601,840.00

$

601,840.00 601,840.00


2010 Property Tax Rates in City of Corsicana This notice concerns 2010 property tax rates for City of Corsicana. It presents information about three tax rates. Last year's tax rate is the actual rate the taxing unit used to determine property taxes last year. This year's effective tax rate would impose the same total taxes as last year if you compare properties taxed in both years. This year's rollback tax rate is the highest tax rate the taxing unit can set before taxpayers can start tax rollback procedures. In each case these rates are found by dividing the total amount of taxes by the tax base (the total value of taxable property) with adjustments as required by state law. The rates are given per $100 of property value. Last year's tax rate: Last year's operating taxes

$6,043,090 $1,394,559

Last year's debt taxes Last year's total taxes Last year's tax base Last year's total tax rate

$7,437,649 $1,185,849,649

0.627200 /$100

This year's effective tax rate: Last year's adjusted taxes (after subtracting taxes on lost property)

รท This year's adjusted tax base (after subtracting value of new property)

$7,208,241 $1,190,902,476

= This year's effective tax rate 0.605275 /$100 (Maximum rate unless unit publishes notices and holds hearings.) This year's rollback tax rate: $7,479,583 Last year's adjusted operating taxes (after subtracting taxes on lost property and adjusting for any transferred function, tax increment financing, state criminal justice mandate, and/or enhanced indigent health care expenditures) รท This year's adjusted tax base = This year's effective operating rate x 1.08 = this year's maximum operating rate + This year's debt rate = This year's total rollback rate - Sales tax adjustment rate = Rollback tax rate

$1,190,902,476

0.628060 /$100 0.678304 /$100 0.106409 /$100 0.784713 /$100 0.139045 /$100 0.645668 /$100

Statement of Increase/Decrease If City of Corsicana adopts a 2010 tax rate equal to the effective tax rate of $0.605275 per $100 of value, taxes would decrease compared to 2009 taxes by $210,397. Schedule A - Unencumbered Fund Balances The following estimated balances will be left in the unit's property tax accounts at the end of the fiscal year. These balances are not encumbered by a corresponding debt obligation. Type of Property Tax Fund Balance Debt Service (I&S)

$4,000

Schedule B - 2010 Debt Service

209


The unit plans to pay the following amounts for long-term debts that are secured by property taxes. These amounts will be paid from property tax revenues (or additional sales tax revenues, if applicable).

Description of Debt

Principal or Contract Payment to be Paid from Property Taxes

$95,000 2004 General Obligation Refunding $120,000 2006 General Obligation Refunding $125,000 2008 General Obligation $116,561 2010 General Obligation Refunding $30,000 2002-B Certificates of Obligation $91,694 2005 Certificates of Obligation $0 2006 Certificates of Obligation $33,279 05-06-B Capital Purchases $13,852 07-08-A Capital Purchases $10,268 07-08-B Capital Purchases $59,588 2011 Capital Purchases Estimated $57,954 2011 Capital Projects (Estimated) Total Required for 2010 Debt Service

Interest to be Paid from Property Taxes

Other Amounts to be Paid

Total Payment

$11,063

$300

$106,363

$104,530

$700

$225,230

$119,290

$300

$244,590

$19,116

$700

$136,378

$15,364

$300

$45,664

$42,279

$500

$134,473

$147,920

$700

$148,620

$6,405

$0

$39,684

$44

$0

$13,896

$681

$0

$10,949

$11,041

$0

$70,630

$10,738

$0

$68,692 $1,245,169

- Amount (if any) paid from funds listed in Schedule A - Amount (if any) paid from other resources - Excess collections last year = Total to be paid from taxes in 2010 + Amount added in anticipation that the unit will collect only 98.00% of its taxes in 2010

$0 $0 $0 $1,245,169 $25,412

$1,270,581 = Total Debt Levy Schedule C - Expected Revenue from Additional Sales Tax In calculating its effective and rollback tax rates, the unit estimated that it will receive $1,660,258 in additional sales and use tax revenues.

This notice contains a summary of actual effective and rollback tax rates' calculations. You can inspect a copy of the full calculations at 300 W. 3rd Ave Suite 103, Corsicana, Texas 75110. Name of person preparing this notice: Russell P Hudson Title: Navarro County Tax Assessor/Collector Date Prepared: July 28, 2010

210


ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CORSICANA, TEXAS ADOPTING THE 2011 BUDGET EXPENDTURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2010 AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2011; AUTHORIZING EXPENDITURES AS SET OUT IN SUCH BUDGET AND PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE.

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, has caused to be prepared a proposed budget covering the expenditures for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2010 and ending September 30, 2011, pursuant to the laws of the State of Texas.

T

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas:

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Section 1. The appropriation amounts of each of the following funds for the official budget of the City of Corsicana for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2010 and ending September 30, 2011 are hereby fixed as follows: 100-General Operating Fund 201-Hotel/Motel Tax Fund 202-Airport Operating Fund 203-Cemetery Fund 204-Police Forfeitures Fund 205-Parks Special Revenue Fund 206-Parks Special Events Fund 208-Library Special Revenue Fund 212-Corsicana/Navarro County Economic Development Fund 214-Police Special Revenue Fund 216-Summer Recreation Fund 217-Community Support Services Special Revenue Fund 221-Fire Special Revenue Fund 222-Palace Theatre Fund 225-Police LEOSE Fund 229-Sr. Activity Center Facility Maintenance Fund 230-TIF Fund 231-Court Technology Fund 232-Court Building Security Fund 239-EMS Equipment Replacement Fund 243-Corsicana Crossing Mtc Fund 244-Mun Court Rules of the Road Fund 246-Court Judicial Efficiency Fund 247-Court-Child Safety Fund 308-1999A W/WW Construction Fund 320-2005 C.O. Capital Improvements Fund 324-2006 C.O. Capital Improvements Fund

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$

16,114,147 295,171 278,950 159,090 5,000 47,855 7,500 12,500 745,291 8,500 10,000 6,000 3,700 11,500 3,300 5,000 338,945 15,798 27,533 130,000 81,000 307,000 10,000 2,500 91,965 538,750 250,000


327-2007 C.O. 36� Raw Water Line Fund 330-2008 G.O. Bonds Capital Improvements Fund 331-2009 C.O. Bond – TWDB 332-2010 C.O. Utilities Fund Projects 409-Sanitation Debt Service (Interest and Sinking) Fund 411-G.O. Debt Service (Interest and Sinking) Fund 412-Water/Wastewater Debt Service (Interest and Sinking) Fund 501-Utilities (Water/Wastewater) Operating Fund 502-Sanitation Operating Fund 503-EMS Operating Fund Total

1,029,000 1,076,610 1,575,000 2,528,077 111,092 1,238,166 4,242,930 13,672,411 3,164,863 4,802,285 $

52,947,429

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Section 2. The City Manager is hereby authorized to make intra-departmental and interdepartmental fund transfers within a fund during the fiscal year as becomes necessary in order to avoid the over-expenditure of a particular object code or department.

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Section 3. A true and correct copy of the Official Budget is hereby directed to be filed in the office of the City Secretary, and said Official Budget is made a part of this Ordinance by reference as though fully copied herein verbatim. Section 4. It is being deemed by the City Council that this Ordinance shall go into immediate effect and force after its passage, approval and publication according to law. PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED this the 21st day of September, 2010 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, with the following record vote: C. L. Brown, Mayor: Tom Wilson, Council Member: Ruby Williams, Mayor ProTem: Stephen G. Andrews, Council Member: George Walker, Council Member:

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____

______________________________ C. L. Brown, Mayor

ATTEST: ________________________________________ Virginia Richardson, City Secretary/Finance Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: ________________________________________ Terry Jacobson, City Attorney

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ORDINANCE NO. __________ AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CORSICANA, TEXAS TO RATIFY PROPERTY TAX REVENUE IN THE 2011 ADOPTED BUDGET AND TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT IT RAISES TAX REVENUE AS REQUIRED IN HOUSE BILL 3195 PASSED BY THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE IN 2007.

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, adopted an ordinance on September 21, 2010 approving expenditures for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, pursuant to the laws of the State of Texas.

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WHEREAS, the proposed budget included the following statement: “This budget will raise more property taxes than last year by $152,379, 3.62%, and of that amount $19,705 is tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the roll this year.”

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WHEREAS, adoption of this budget requires a separate vote of the City Council of the City of Corsicana to ratify the property tax increase reflected in the budget. WHEREAS, this vote is in addition to the vote to adopt the budget or a vote required to set the tax rate. WHEREAS, the proposed budget was posted on the City of Corsicana website.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, that this ordinance be passed, approved and adopted this the 21st day of September, 2010 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, with the following record vote: C. L. Brown, Mayor: Tom Wilson, Council Member: Ruby Williams, Mayor Pro Tem Stephen G. Andrews, Council Member: George Walker, Council Member:

________ ________ ________ ________ ________

____________________________ C. L. Brown, Mayor ATTEST:

__________________________________________ Virginia Richardson, City Secretary/Finance Director APPROVED AS TO FORM:

__________________________________________ Terry Jacobson, City Attorney

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ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CORSICANA LEVYING A TAX RATE FOR AD VALOREM TAXES FOR THE USE AND SUPPORT OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT FOR 2011 FISCAL YEAR; PROVIDING FOR REVENUES FOR THE PAYMENT OF CURRENT EXPENSES AND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING FOR A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of the laws of the State of Texas, the City Council has conducted a public hearing for the purpose of considering the Budget for the City of Corsicana, Texas; and

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WHEREAS, the City Council has by ordinance adopted and ratified the budget for the 2011 fiscal year.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas: Section 1.

Section 2.

That there shall be and there is hereby levied and assessed for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2010 and ending September 30, 2011 for the use and support of the municipal government of the City of Corsicana, Texas upon all property of every description subject to taxation by the City of Corsicana, Texas, on January 1, 2010, and not exempt by the constitution of the State of Texas and valid State laws, a tax of $0.6272 per one hundred ($100) dollars valuation of property, said tax being so levied and apportioned to the specific purposes here set forth: 1.

For the maintenance and support of the general government (General Fund), $0.520791 on each one hundred ($100) dollars valuation of property; and,

2.

For the Debt Service Fund (Interest and Sinking) $0.106409 on each one hundred ($100) dollars valuation of property.

THIS TAX RATE WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR’S TAX RATE. THIS TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 3.62 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE MORE TAX REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $11.15.

Section 3.

It being deemed by the City Council that this ORDINANCE shall go into immediate effect after its passage and publication, according to law.

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Section 4.

Should any part of this Ordinance be declared invalid for any reason, that invalidity shall not affect the remainder of this Ordinance, and which remainder shall remain in full force and effect.

PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED this the 21st day of September, 2010 at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Corsicana, Texas, with the following record vote:

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C.L. Brown, Mayor: Ruby Williams, Mayor Pro Tem: Stephen G. Andrews, Council Member: George Walker, Council Member: Tom Wilson, Council Member:

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CITY OF CORSICANA: C. L. Brown, Mayor

ATTEST:

Virginia Richardson, Finance Director/City Secretary

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Terry Jacobson, City Attorney

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