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Fiscal Year 2013 - 2014

Adopted Budget Fiscal Year 2013 - 2014


City of

 

   

  Lathrop   

Adopted Budget  2013‐2014    SONNY DHALIWAL, MAYOR  OMAR ORNELAS, VICE MAYOR  MARTHA SALCEDO, COUNCIL MEMBER  STEPHEN DRESSER, COUNCIL MEMBER  PAUL AKINJO, COUNCIL MEMBER      Stephen Salvatore, City Manager      Prepared by the Department of Finance  Cari James, Finance Director     


INTRODUCTION 


City of Office of the City Manager

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May 24, 2012      Honorable Mayor, Members of the City Council and Citizens of the City of Lathrop:      The City’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2013/2014 DRAFT budget has been prepared and is presented for your consideration.  With the use of $279,859 in General  Fund  Reserves,  the  DRAFT  budget  is  balanced  and  leaves  an  estimated  fiscal  year  ending  balance  of  $5  million  in  General  Fund  Reserve  (43.7%  of  operational  expenses).    While  the  DRAFT  budget  relies  on  Reserves,  its  reliance  is  greatly  reduced  compared  to  the  last  few  fiscal  years.    This  improvement demonstrates both the efforts of City Staff to minimize expenses and a moderate economic recovery in the area.      For FY 2013/2014, initial estimates of property tax revenue indicate that there will be a slight 2% increase from FY 2012/2013.    Sales tax revenue is  expected to grow by 3%.  Staff continues to monitor this situation with the San Joaquin County Assessor and the State Board of Equalization and will  advise all of the City’s stakeholders if any change is anticipated.    On November 6, 2012, over 77% of the City of Lathrop’s registered voters passed Measure C (Public Safety/Essential City Service).  Measure C funds  will be used  to augment  and enhance police, fire and essential  City services.  All  Measure C expenditures will  be reviewed for  compliance  with  the  Measure  by  the  Measure  C  Community  Oversight  Committee  and  presented  to  the  City  Council  for  approval.    It  is  anticipated  that  Measure  C  will  generate $2 million annually.    After the mid 1990’s and prior to FY 2008/2009, revenues tended upward at varying rates, depending on the stage of the business cycle.  However,  with the onset of the recession from December 2007 to June 2009; City Staff realized in early 2009 that formerly stable revenue sources had become  volatile due to eroding economic conditions.  As a result, Staff has been monitoring revenue and planning for its impact.   For example, on May 16,  2009, the Council adopted a 5‐Year Sustainability Plan that stabilized the City’s finances by cutting departmental costs and lighting the use of  General  Fund Reserve.  The City, adopted a phased approach to achieve significant cost reductions:     Overall budget reductions   Staffing reductions of 20 City staff and 2 Sheriff Office Staff   Implementation of a 10% furlough plan   Re‐negotiation  of  MOU’s  with  the  City’s  labor  –  Existing  MOU’s  were  extended  through  6/30/2014  as  a  part  of  the  end  of  the  furlough  program.  This multi‐phased approach allowed the City to achieve about $3.9 million in annual cost savings, and has actually helped the City maintain its General  Fund Reserves through this difficult four year period.  


In preparing the DRAFT FY 2013/2014 budget, major assumptions, milestones and departmental highlights and critical issues are presented as follows:    I. Major Budget Assumptions:     Labor.    Following  layoffs  in  2009  and  2010  the  City  has  tried  to  maintain  budget  cuts  by  eliminating  or  unfunding  vacant  positions,  particularly in those departments which are fee based.  However, two additional layoffs were necessary in early 2012.    Employee wages  and benefits usually account for the largest portion of a budget.  For this reason, most vacant positions were unfunded.  Staff continues to  be cautious with any new employee additions, due to the additional financial burden placed on the City’s general Fund.  However, due to  the increase in development, additional staff has been hired to facilitate the work responsibilities.  The following positions were adopted  or funded in FY 2012/2013:  Projects and Programs Manager  Senior Planner  Junior Engineer    There were also some unanticipated vacancies.  Upon review of the City’s current needs, Council approved the following staffing changes:    o Reclassifying the Administrative Assistant II to an an Executive Assistant  in Finance  o Unfunding the Principal Engineer and funding the Director of Public Works  o Reclassifying the Office Assistant I/II to a Permit Technician in Community Development   o Reclassifying the Director of Neighborhood and Community Services to the Director of Administrative Services  o Reclassifying the Executive Assistant to an Executive Assistant to the City Manager         Services.  The City is meeting its daily customer service requirements with existing staff members.  In February 2012, the City lifted the  mandatory furlough program and City Hall reopened on Fridays.     Controlling costs in operations and maintenance.  All departments examined their budgets for cost savings during the budget preparation  process.    The  City  will  continue  to  monitor  contracts  and  operations  with  an  eye  towards  savings.    Training  and  Travel  resumed  in  FY  12/13 and will continue into FY13/14.  City staff is also taking advantage of free training opportunities through our Employment Relations  Consortium with Liebert Cassidy Whitmore and through our Risk Management Association.        o o o


Equipment  and  vehicle  costs  were  deferred  or  reduced.    For  example,  the  City  has  a  vehicle  and  computer  replacement  schedule.   Vehicles that are serviceable will be kept for another year and computers will only be replaced when necessary. In the FY 13/14 budget it  is recommended to replace the following equipment and vehicles: 

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Public Works    Utility Vehicle (General Fund)   Parks Vehicle (General Fund)   Scissor Lift (General Fund)  Police    Administrative Vehicle (General Fund)   Black/White (General Fund)   Upgrade Watch Guard In‐Car Video Systems in all Vehicles (General Fund)   Administrative Vehicle (Measure C)   Black/White (Measure C) 

Milestones and Departmental Highlights in FY 2012/2013:  

 

City Manager’s Department.  The City implemented Phase 1 thru 4 of a multi Phase strategy to achieve a sustainable budget.  The strategy  mainly included downsizing, reorganizing and the implementation of a furlough program.  Enough cannot be said about the success in  achieving annual cost savings totaling $3.9 million.      Finance  Department.    The  Department’s  primary  focus  was  financial  sustainability  for  the  General  Fund  and  Utility  Operating  Funds.   Specific  to  sustainability  to  Utility  Operating  Funds,  the  Department    completed  the  City’s  first  debt  refunding  in  over  ten  years  by  refinancing the 2000 Water System Certificates of Participation in FY 11/12 and in doing so, saved approximately $1.7 million over the life  of the new loan.  This savings will help moderate water rate increases in future years. The Department is currently working on refinancing  the  2003  Water  Revenue  Bonds  with  an  estimated  closing  date  of  August  2013.    The  Department  also  updated  the  City’s  long‐range  financial models for the General Fund and Utility Operating Funds utilizing 5 year forecasts for revenues and expenditures.   Lastly, the  Department assisted with the project management of the Measure C Sales Tax Initiative.    Measure C (Public Safety/Essential City Services).  In September 2011, the City Council directed staff to evaluate a local revenue measure  for  the  purpose  of  maintaining  and  enhancing  essential  City  services,  such  as  police  and  fire  protection,  and  youth  and  senior  services  within  the  City.    In  July  2012  Council  approved  placing  a  1%  sales  tax  measure  on  the  November  ballot  for  voter  consideration.    On  November 6, 2012, over 77% of the City of Lathrop registered voters passed Measure C.  Measure C is estimated to produce an addition  $2 million annually.   


  General Fund Reserve.  The reserve can be compared to a savings account in which money is put aside for unforeseen expenses. Given  that economic growth will be moderate over the next couple of years, maintaining as large a reserve as possible is advised. However, Staff  does expect a more robust economic recovery commencing in FY 2014/15.  While this budget utilizes an estimated $279,859 in reserves  to  balance  itself,  the  proposed  budget  ends  the  year  with  a  reserve  of  approximately  $5  million.    This  means  the  City’s  General  Fund  reserves remain in healthy standing.  

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Police Services.  The City contracts with San Joaquin County for Police services.  This budget contains staffing levels identified as core staff  necessary to accomplish the mission of answering community calls for basic policing services.  In addition, the budget includes specialized  services in support of the City’s overall commitment to Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving in the City of Lathrop.  In June  2011, the City extended the current contract with San Joaquin County until June 30, 2016.  In November 2012, Measure C was approved  by  over  77%.    The  FY  13/14  budget  includes  the  addition  of  two  Community  Impact  Team  Officers,  a  School  Resource  Officer  and  an  Administrative Sergeant funded with Measure C revenues.   

Public  Works.    In  addition  to  maintaining  the  City’s  Domestic  Water,  Waste  Water  and  Storm  Drainage  systems,  the  Public  Works  Department  has  worked  to  maximize  existing  funding  and  identify  new  funding  opportunities  that  would  support  and  enhance  the  Lathrop  Community  through  infrastructure  development  this  last  year.  These  opportunities  have  assisted  with  numerous  capital  improvement  projects  under  construction  and  in  design  including,  Louise  Avenue/I‐5  &  Lathrop  Road/I‐5  Improvements  (IMD  Funds),  Lathrop  Generations  Center  (Prop  84  Grant),  Manthey  Road  Bridge  (Highway  Bridge  Replacement  Fund)  and  the  Westerly  Grade  Separation  (Measure  K  and  HRCSA).  Concerted  efforts  have  also  been  made  to  improve  street  and  park  landscapes  and  public  infrastructure.     The Public Works Streets and Utility Division either completed or started the following projects:  o Streets:    Manthey  Road  Bridge  Replacement,  Lathrop  Westerly  Grade  Separation,  Louise  Avenue/I‐5  Improvements,  Lathrop  Road/I‐5  Improvements,  Sidewalk  Repair  and  Trip  Hazard  Program,  Thomsen  Bike  Path,  Curb  Striping  Improvements,  Yosemite  Bypass  and  SSFM  Break,  Mossdale  River  Parks,  Speed  Survey  Study,  City‐wide  Road  Maintenance  Repairs,  and  Traffic  calming  measures throughout the City.   o Water:  Louise  Avenue  Treatment  Facility  (LAWTF)  Improvements,  Phase  1  Well  Modifications,  Well  21  Post  Construction,  Water Meter Improvements and SCADA Modifications.   o Sewer:  WRP‐1 MBR Expansion, Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Facility, Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades, East Side  Wastewater Collection System and Wastewater Pump Station Improvements.     The Public Works Land Development Division also processed and managed the following projects:  o Lathrop  Generations  Center,  Community  Center  Renovations,  Corp  Yard  Facility  including  the  Emergency  Operations  Center,  Storm Water Management Plan, Traffic Calming Measures, ADA Transition Plan and quality review and plan checking services of  subdivisions and other developments within the City.  

 


Parks  and  Recreation.    The  Recreation  Department  assisted  customers  with  the  use  of  City  facilities  (including  facility  rentals,  City  classes,  special events, etc.) which remained consistent with last year’s use of approximately 1,300 reservations (not including City functions). Also, the  Department has successfully added several new classes to the Recreation Division including Dog Obedience and Tiny Toes Gymnastics and will  continue to maintain and expand our programs in the upcoming fiscal year.  Lastly, the Senior Center offered a range of programs from Driver  Safety and Tax Preparation Services to Flu Shots field trips and another successful year for the Annual SAC BBQ Competition.      Department  of  Administrative  Services.    The  Department  of  Administrative  Services  was  created  in  November  2012  and  maintains  the  function of Human Resources, Risk Management and Animal Services.  The Human Resources Department assisted with reorganizations as well  as  several  successful  recruitments.    In  addition  to  completing  background  checks  for  new  staff,  Human  Resources  worked  with  Parks  and  Recreation to complete the background screening for volunteer class instructors and coaches.  Risk Management continues to process claims  for damage to City property.  Animal Services continues to provide protection to pets and wild animals from the dangers they face in the wild  and in their domestic environments.  Additionally, Animal Service Staff works with other organizations to provide low cost vaccination clinics  and pet adoptions to benefit the residents of our community.      Community Development/Code Compliance.    The Building Division continues to provide 99% of plan check in FY 12/13 allowing the City to  keep the majority of the revenue in‐house. Issued over 321 permits which include 140 residential (318% increase over 11/12), 1 commercial, 6  industrial and 25 tenant improvements/change of occupancy. Building Division performed over 4,800 inspections. Planning Division continued  to implement the General Plan, the West Lathrop Specific Plan, Lathrop Gateway Business Park Specific Plan and the Central Lathrop Specific  Plan,  and  began  processing  the  South  Lathrop  Specific  Plan.    For  River  Islands,  $7  million  in  street  improvements  were  reviewed  and  are  currently  under  construction,  $7.5  million  Bradshaw’s  Crossing  Bridge  was  completed  and  their  Development  Agreement  updated.    The  Department  provided  planning  and  building  assistance  to  customers  on  a  host  of  other  projects  including  CNP  bridge  and  warehouse  expansion,  Super  Stores  Industries  Expansion,  and  a  13  million  dollar  upgrade  for  Simplot.  Completed  and  received  annual  recertification  approval for FEMA’s National Flood Insurance rating program. The Code Compliance group processed and abated 171 property maintenance  and public nuisance violations, 6 Business Licensing, 9 Health and Safety – Garbage Service, 13 Vacant & Abandoned Residential,   40 Housing  and  Zoning  violations,    22  Abandoned/  Inoperable  vehicles,  and  3  Encroachment  (Streets,  Sidewalks)  .      Code  opened  a  total  264  cases  in  2012/13 and closed 200.  Also, the group updated existing Municipal Codes and structured the policy and procedures for Fireworks. 

 

     

Fire  District.    On  November  19,  2012,  the  City  Council  approved  an  agreement  with  the  Lathrop  Manteca  Fire  District  allocating  40%  of  Measure C funds to the District.  The Measure C funds will be used to augment and enhance fire protection activities within the City.  The FY  13/14  budget  includes  allocating  Measure  C  funds  to  the  District  to  fund  two  additional  firefighter  position  and  overtime  to  maintain  a  constant three firefighters on duty at both Lathrop stations.   


III. Critical Issues for FY 2013/2014     Even during the economic slowdown, Lathrop continues to grow.  The new population, as of January 1, 2013 is 19,209, which is an increase of 2%.   Growth will continue this year, albeit at a moderate pace, as the recovery begins in earnest.  This will provide an opportunity for the City to continue to  refine its processes, consolidate its gains, and prepare for more development in the future.  These are some of the items that the City will address in  the upcoming fiscal year:     Financial Solvency.  Continue implementing and monitoring the 5‐year sustainability plan so the City can weather the current economic down‐ turn.  Specifically, the most important financial solvency issues facing the City in the upcoming FY 2013/2014 are:     Revenues associated with Property and Sales Tax   Cost Containment of the Lathrop Police Services   Funding the City’s obligations associated with the South County Surface Water Project.     Lathrop Community Complex Project.  A $5 million grant has been secured as the primary funding source for the Lathrop Generations Center  (previously referred to as the Community Complex Project).  This facility will serve the entire Lathrop community, inclusive of a youth & teen  center, Skate Park, library and other indoor/outdoor amenities.  Council, YAC and Staff have been working on the master plan, concept and  design of this project since 2007.  The construction contract was awarded in May 2013.  Construction is expected to start soon and the facility  will open to the public in the fall of 2014.         Public  Safety.    Maintain  safe  streets  so  residents  may  continue  to  be  able  to  walk  out  of  their  houses  free  of  fear.    Therefore,  criminal  activities, specifically gang and drug issues, need to be in the forefront of activities to be addressed.       Business Development.  The City plans to strengthen its ties with existing businesses and reach out to new businesses.  Specifically, the City  needs to retain the viable operations of businesses like Target and explore options to attract new businesses, especially businesses that create  “head of household” jobs and generate tax revenues.       Continue with Levee Upgrades.  In the wake of Hurricane Katrina and State Assembly Bill 5 and State Assembly Bill 5, much attention by the  state and federal governments has been placed on levees.  In recognition of the fact that RD‐17 is one of a few certified levees in the state, the  federal government has fully accredited the levee.  AB 5 and SB 5, however, impose a much higher standard on the levee than the 100 year  accreditation.  They require that the levee have a funding and construction plan in‐place by the year 2015 and implemented by the year 2025.   If not, a building moratorium could be imposed by the State.  Staff, therefore, sees this as one of its priorities in the years to come.     Conclusion of financial analysis for developer fees and credit/reimbursement policies.  The City Council has a policy that development must  pay its own way. To ensure that this remains the case, the City is reviewing its financial systems, development fee structure and credit and  reimbursement policies.  At the conclusion of this process, it is likely that new or different policies or staffing may be recommended.   


City Council & Commissions                 

    

 

City Council   (top left to bottom right)   Steve Dresser, Councilmember  Martha Salcedo, Councilmember  Paul Akinjo, Councilmember  Omar Ornelas, Vice Mayor  Sonny Dhaliwal, Mayor 

  Youth Advisory Commission  Gurpreet Atwal  Cameron Gazaway   Joy Hermosilla  Amara Jackson  Amanjot Khinda  Haley Nieves  Aasin Ortiz  Kultar Ram  Adilene Reyes  Nathaniel Schuler  Amy Thongmanivong  Mauricio Torres  Nicholas Vaughn   

  Planning Commission  Mark A. Elliott     Mac Freeman   Bennie Gatto  Tosh Ishihara   Jose Perez 

Parks & Recreation Commission  Anna Candelaria   Brent Maynor   Ashok K. Ralmilay   Tyler Silva  Jennifer Torres‐O’Callaghan  

Measure C Oversight  Committee   Willie McDaniel   Francisco Diaz   Debra L. Rock  Rev. Lucius Davis, Jr.  Jennifer Torres‐O’Callaghan  

Senior Advisory Committee  Lena M. Evans  George Jackson  Sally Mensing  Marlene R. Taylor  Nellie Zavala  Frances Dixon  Lavon Kay Tindell 

 


City of Lathrop Organization Chart FY 2013-2014

Citizens of Lathrop

Steve Dresser Councilmember

Martha Salcedo Councilmember

Administrative Services

Omar Ornelas Vice Mayor

City Manager

Commissions

City Clerk

Sonny Dhaliwal Mayor

Finance Department

Community Development

Paul Akinjo Councilmember

City Attorney

Public Works

Parks and Recreation

Public Safety


Lathrop, California  

Located in Northern California, 70 miles east of San Francisco, 60 miles  south of Sacramento, 10 miles south of Stockton, and 328 miles from Los  Angeles.    The City of Lathrop was founded on August 1, 1887. Since it was located  by the railroad, it initially came to be known as Wilsons Station. Leland  Stanford is credited as the founder of this city. The city was later named  after his brother‐in‐law, Charles Lathrop.  It was incorporated as a city in  1989.                 

  From 1989 to 2008, Lathrop experienced  major growth and made the Top  Ten Fastest Growing Cities list several years in a row.  Even with develop‐ ment slowing down last year, Lathrop still experienced a 2.0 percent  growth in population, bringing its total population to 19,209.  

Lathrop 


SUMMARIES 


Budget for FIscal Year 2013‐2014

SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED TRANSACTION‐ALL FUNDS FUND NO. FUND NAME

GENERAL 101 GENERAL 105 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL REVENUE 201 MEASURE "C" ‐LMFD 203 GAS TAX 2105 207 TRAFFIC SAFETY 208 STREET EXP. 209 PUBLIC NUISANCE 210 ASSET FORFEITURE 211 MEASURE "K" 212 PUBLIC TRANSIT 213 STATE/ RECYCLING AND RECOVERY (CA 214 LTF‐STREETS & ROAD APPORT (COG) 215 FEDERAL GRANT 216 STIP AUGMENTATION 219 UNIVERSAL HIRING GRANT 222 STATE COPS 223 REGIONAL TRAFFIC 224 HISTORIC LATHROP LOAN FUND 225 TRAFFIC MITIGATION 226 CULTURE LEISURE 227 CITY SERVICES 228 STORM DRAIN CFF 229 ADMINISTRATION 231 ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION CFF 232 W/C LATHROP TRANS. CFF 233 WLSP REGIONAL TRANS. CFF 234 RTIF‐LATHROP LOCAL EAST 235 RTIF‐ SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY 10% 236 RTIF‐ LATHROP LOCAL WEST 237 RTIF‐SAN JOAQUIN COG 239 CLSP SERVICES CFD 240 RECYCLING ‐ 3% ‐ AB 939 249 XROADS STORM DRAIN CAP REPL 250 CROSSROADS STORM DRAIN 251 STORM DRAIN‐SPEC BEN. 252 STREET LIGHTING 253 WOODFIELD LANDSCAPE 255 STONEBRIDGE LANDSCAPE 256 STONEBRIDGE DRAIN/LIGHTING 257 MOSSDALE CFD 258 MOSSDALE LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING 259 MOSSDALE CFD CAPITAL REPLACE 261 MOSSDALE L & L CAP REPLACE 263 HISTORIC LATHROP CFD

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE 7/1/2013

$ 5,301,108 $ 122,470 $ ‐ $ 605,338 $ 57,558 $ 171,786 $ 3,007 $ 760 $ 515,511 $ 26,057 $ ‐ $ 1,118,834 $ ‐ $ 3,079 $ 10 $ ‐ $ 3,700 $ 214,768 $ 73,556 $ 2,355,677 $ 2,898,537 $ 309,225 $ 36,221 $ ‐ $ 866,138 $ 143,066 $ 483,394 $ ‐ $ 1,204,427 $ ‐ $ 376,250 $ 232,922 $ 93,356 $ 21,751 $ 89,828 $ 80,230 $ 10,270 $ 237,596 $ 729,679 $ 587,137 $ 150,878 $ 58,267 $ 38,551 $ 20,124

OPERATING REVENUES

REVENUES CAPITAL REVENUES

11,439,208

234,000 60,200 11,000

5,230,000

300,000

10,855,000

TRANSFER IN

OPERATING EXPENDITURES

3,753,445

13,957,324 112,000

800,000

797,662

400,000 11,766

APPROPRIATIONS CAPITAL REBUDGET IMPROVEMENTS CAP IMPROVE

DEBT SERVICE

TRANSFER OUT

631,850

883,338

5,234,006 7,386 100,074 1,766

77,795 450,569 10,000 760

11,109,217 5,986

20,071 846,099 1,250,000 5,711,501 175,200 100,000

1,478,323 1,250,000 5,711,501 10

175,200 100,000

3,700 30,391 1,443,006 1,590,580 5,021 151,461

345,520 75,000 ‐ 116,395 242,733 151,358 54,764 211,740 205,254 2,034,556 432,898 ‐ ‐ 31,248

50,000 626,250

720,788 113,616 6,837 80,753 586,701 121,130 ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ 38,812 ‐ 17,095 9,013 3,326 3,326 4,093 2,964 5,000 5,000 ‐

5,000 80,753 5,000 121,130 296,737 42,155 ‐ 138,559 192,041 149,349 57,804 175,388 191,445 1,839,607 311,937 ‐ ‐ 25,987

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

48,783 6,267 ‐ 38,399 49,108 20,897 16,242 31,152 56,270 383,187 80,786 4,093 2,964 6,759

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE FUND 6/30/2014 NO.

5,021,249 101 10,470 105 2,338 835,332 32,577 32,143 3,007 ‐ 561,294 ‐ ‐ 486,610.42 ‐ 3,079 ‐ ‐ ‐ 214,768 103,947 3,748,683 3,862,867 314,246 187,682 ‐ 1,586,926 256,682 485,231 ‐ 1,786,128 ‐ 376,250 259,500 93,356 0.08 91,412 78,437 0.78 246,122 690,544 402,992 194,017 59,174 40,587 18,626

201 203 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 219 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 239 240 249 250 251 252 253 255 256 257 258 259 261 263


Budget for FIscal Year 2013‐2014

SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED TRANSACTION‐ALL FUNDS FUND NO. FUND NAME

265 CDBG 266 MOSSDALE STANDBY 2005‐1 270 SCHOLARSHIP 271 DEVELOPER PROJECTS 281 SAYBROOK CLSP LLC 282 GATEWAY 283 WATT (LATHROP II) 284 KB HOME 286 S.LATHROP RICHLAND 288 CROSSROADS RICHLAND 290 PACIFIC UNION HOMES 293 PULTE HOMES 294 FARMWORLD AND ROBINSON 295 RIVER ISLANDS 297 TCN PROPERTIES 298 WATT (LATHROP I) 401 PEGASUS DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL PROJECTS 301 GENERAL 331 STREETS & ROADS 341 PARKS FUND (IN‐LIEU FEES) 391 STORM DRAIN ENTERPRISE FUNDS 540 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY‐CSLP 541 MOSSDALE VILLAGE CFD 2003‐1 560 WATER SYSTEM CAPITAL REPL 561 WATER CONNECTION FEE 562 WATER 564 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY CFF 569 WATER CIP 601 MWQCF COLLECTION SYSTEM 603 WASTEWATER CONNECTION FEE 605 WATER RECYCLING PLANT #1 606 WASTEWATER SYSTEM CAP REPL 607 WATER RECYCLING PNT #1 CAP REPL 608 WW RECYCLING PLANT‐#1 MBR 609 WASTEWATER CIP 610 MANTECA WWTP EXPANSION 611 WW RECYCLED WATER CAP REPL INTER‐GOVERNMENTAL 801 COMPENSATED ABSENCES TOTAL

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE 7/1/2013

$ 2,322 $ 104,877 $ 3,331 $ 571 $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐ $ ‐

OPERATING REVENUES

REVENUES CAPITAL REVENUES

414,476

27,541 ‐

$ 915,584 $ 44,940,257

4,868,781 150,000 70,000 7,500 100 120,000 1,303,666 10,000 1,500 1,000 585,000 30,000 9,000 10,000

$ 3,973,454 $ 3,105,767 $ 255,925 $ 2,607 $ ‐ $ 2,020,103 $ 2,084,117 $ 307,065 $ 3,023,171 $ 238,166 $ 580,077 $ 1,425,221 $ 558,993 $ 846,024 $ 2,787,513 $ 634,555 $ 1,022,934 $ 610,294 $ 4,705 $ 1,191,818

TRANSFER IN

OPERATING EXPENDITURES

APPROPRIATIONS CAPITAL REBUDGET IMPROVEMENTS CAP IMPROVE

150,000 70,000 7,500 100 120,000 1,143,812 10,000 1,500 1,000 585,000 30,000 9,000 10,000 4,573,324 20,151,855

DEBT SERVICE

TRANSFER OUT

29,863 104,841 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

265 266 270 271 281 282 283 284 286 288 290 293 294 295 297 298 401

‐ ‐ 255,925 2,238

301 331 341 391

336,916

‐ 536,711 1,681,326 444,540 3,063,234 254,476 ‐ 1,562,799 662,282 903,206 3,108,936 724,615 620,725 ‐ 4,705 963,470

540 541 560 561 562 564 569 601 603 605 606 607 608 609 610 611

91,926 $ 41,039,632

823,658 801 $ 37,833,824

414,512 3,331 4,869,352

159,854

150,000 1,573,000

8,356,572 21,679,967

40,206 4,655 369

1,213,945 652,430

1,213,945 2,100,869 743,211

34,953 340,420

5,947,395

137,475 581,219 16,310

1,914,593

3,166,204

2,766,759 2,910,559

3,247,677 704,463

2,640,686

4,445,700

1,315,414

104,261 1,186,258

779,376 398,840 163,976 414,476 5,152,981

1,247,920

1,570,221

108,568

$ 27,927,682

$ 38,642,612

$ 41,039,632

$ 28,771,544

$ 6,873,163

$ 33,992,639

1,989,263 1,687 1,024,376 972 349,700 77,417 73,916 494,384 2,161

1,748,605

$ 4,039,381

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE FUND 6/30/2014 NO.


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

GENERAL FUND SUMMARY OF MAJOR SOURCES ACTUALS FY 2011‐2012

PROPERTY TAX SALES TAX TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX FRANCHISE TAX LICENSES AND PERMITS INTERGOVERNMENTAL CURRENT SERVICE CHARGES FINES  USE OF MONEY AND PROPERTY OTHER INDIRECT COST TRANSFER IN TOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING REVENUES

          2,785,042           2,512,565              232,204              679,295              406,819           1,245,922              826,478              110,635                51,155              105,496 3,322,883        12,278,494

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

          2,838,736           2,405,188              340,000              662,000              510,445           1,307,498           1,307,470                91,000                74,274              510,021 3,451,622        13,498,254

          2,878,936           4,477,000              340,000              667,000              440,196           1,164,650           1,036,229                80,000                68,692              286,505 3,753,445        15,192,653


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

GENERAL  FUND REVENUE BY DEPARTMENT

REVENUE SOURCE

ACTUALS FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

ACCOUNT NUMBER CITY MANAGER 101‐1110‐371.90‐00 101‐1120‐341.01‐01

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE SERVICE CHARGES

0 120 120

                 2,000 0 2,000

0 10,000 10,000

CITY CLERK 101‐1210‐371.06‐00 101‐1210‐371.06‐00

PASSPORTS MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

                 3,773                  3,241                  7,014

                 5,000 2,000                  7,000

                 5,000 0                  5,000

CITY ATTORNEY 101‐1310‐341.01‐01 101‐1310‐371.90‐00

SERVICE CHARGES MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

               17,449                      307                17,756

               20,000 500                20,500

               30,000                      500                30,500

FINANCE 101‐1510‐311.01‐00 101‐1510‐311.03‐01 101‐1510‐311.04‐00 101‐1510‐313.01‐00 101‐1510‐313.02‐00 101‐1510‐314.01‐00 101‐1510‐314.01‐01 101‐1510‐319.05‐01 101‐1510‐319.05‐02 101‐1510‐319.05‐03 101‐1510‐319.05‐04 101‐1510‐319.05‐05 101‐1510‐319.05‐07 101‐1510‐322.01‐00 101‐1510‐322.01‐01 101‐1510‐324.03‐00 101‐1510‐331.01‐00 101‐1510‐331.01‐02 101‐1510‐331.02‐00 101‐1510‐341.01‐01 101‐1510‐341.01‐03

SECURED PROPERTY TAXES SB813 CURRENT OTHER PROPERTY TAXES RETAIL SALES TAX SALES TAX IN LIEU TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX LATE FEES FRANCHISE ELECTRIC TAX GAS TAX & SURCHARGE CABLE TAX SOLID WASTE TAX INDUSTRIAL WASTE TAX TELECOMMUNICATIONS BUSINESS LICENSES WEBSITE ADS GARAGE SALE PERMITS VEHICLE LICENSE FEE VEHICLE LICENSE IN LIEU HOME OWNER TAX RELIEF SERVICE CHARGES RETURN CHECK CHARGE

          2,705,633                  2,175                77,234           1,952,031              560,534              193,596                38,608              272,135              137,092                65,694              144,380                37,042                22,952                82,426 15                        70                  9,229           1,091,159                36,071                65,684                  1,170

          2,734,936                43,000                60,800           1,796,053              609,135              340,000 0              250,000              150,000                62,000              150,000                40,000 10,000                80,000 125 100                45,000           1,119,650                35,000                10,000                  1,300

          2,798,936                15,000                65,000           1,850,000              627,000              340,000 0              250,000              150,000                62,000              150,000                40,000 15,000                80,000 0                      100                10,000           1,119,650                35,000                50,000                  1,300


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

GENERAL  FUND REVENUE BY DEPARTMENT

ACCOUNT NUMBER FINANCE (CONTINUED) 101‐1510‐361.01‐00 101‐1510‐363.01‐00 101‐1510‐371.03‐00 101‐1510‐371.90‐00 101‐1520‐379.01‐00

REVENUE SOURCE INVESTMENT EARNINGS SALE SURPLUS PROPERTY STATE MANDATED REIMBURSEMENT MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

ADMINSTRATIVE SERVICES 101‐1440‐333.08‐00 COBRA FEDERAL SUBSIDY 65% 101‐1610‐321.01‐00 ANIMAL LICENSES 101‐1610‐321.03‐00 DANGEROUS ANIMAL PERMIT 101‐1610‐341.01‐01 SERVICE CHARGES 101‐1610‐341.01‐20 UNALTERED IMP ANIMAL FEES 101‐1610‐371.01‐00 OVER COUNTER ANIMAL SHELT 101‐1610‐371.01‐01 FORFEITED SPAY/NEUTER DEP 101‐1610‐371.01‐02 MANTECA SHELTER CREDITS PETSMART 101‐1610‐371.01‐03 101‐1610‐371.90‐00 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 101‐1610‐372.02‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS 101‐1610‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MEASURE C 101‐1910‐313.03‐00

MEASURE C

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  101‐2010‐324.20‐00 HOME OCCUPATION PERMITS 101‐2010‐341.01‐01 SERVICE CHARGES 101‐2010‐341.01‐02 SALES OF MAPS 101‐2010‐341.02‐01 ZONING FEES 101‐2010‐371.90‐00 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 101‐2030‐323.01‐00 CONSTRUCTION PERMITS 101‐2030‐341.02‐02 PLAN CHECK FEES 101‐2030‐341.02‐03 INSPECTION FEES 101‐2030‐341.02‐04 MICROFICHE

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

               17,374                      150                11,660                  3,024 0          7,527,138

               47,400 0 0                      500              192,598          7,777,597

               47,400 0 0                      500 0          7,706,886

7,503                71,618                      350                  1,515                  1,405                  4,034 0                14,851                  5,670 0 0 0              106,946

0                75,000                      500                  2,000 3,000                  4,000 100                10,000                  5,500                      100                      100 52,145              152,445

0                75,000                      500                  2,000                  2,000                  4,000                      100                10,000                  5,000                      100                      100 0                98,800

0 0

0 0

2,000,000 2,000,000

                     795                61,529 22                20,013                43,565              243,195              266,682 4,818                  6,564

                     530                70,000 0                14,871              173,635              350,490                79,000 5,000                  5,000

                 1,060                50,000 0                24,538              105,000              276,276                63,075 5,000                  5,000

ACTUALS FY 2011‐2012


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

GENERAL  FUND REVENUE BY DEPARTMENT

ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (CONTINUED)  101‐2030‐371.04‐00 SMIP EDUCATION FEE 101‐2030‐371.07‐00 BUILDING STANDARDS ADMIN 101‐2030‐371.09‐00 SB‐1186 BUSINESS LICENSE 101‐2060‐341.02‐03 INSPECTION FEES 101‐2060‐341.04‐00 FIREWORKS PERMIT 101‐2060‐351.03‐00 OTHER FINES CULTURE AND RECREATION 101‐3001‐341.01‐01 SERVICE CHARGES PARKS AND RECREATION FEES 101‐3021‐341.01‐04 101‐3021‐362.01‐00 RENT AND CONCESSIONS 101‐3021‐372.02‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS 101‐3021‐372.02‐09 SAC‐CONTRIBUTIONS 101‐3021‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 101‐3030‐341.01‐04 PARKS AND RECREATION FEES 101‐3030‐362.01‐00 RENT AND CONCESSIONS CONTRIBUTIONS 101‐3030‐372.02‐00 101‐3030‐372.02‐02 YAC‐CONTRIBUTIONS 101‐3030‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 101‐3033‐341.01‐04 PARKS AND RECREATION FEES 101‐3036‐341.01‐04 PARKS AND RECREATION FEES 101‐3036‐372.02‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS PUBLIC SAFETY 101‐4010‐333.01‐00 101‐4010‐341.01‐01 101‐4010‐341.01‐05 101‐4010‐351.02‐00 101‐4010‐351.03‐00 101‐4010‐352.02‐00 101‐4010‐363.01‐00 101‐4010‐379.01‐00

ARRA SERVICE CHARGES CADET ACADEMY PARKING VIOLATIONS OTHER FINES IMPOUND VEHICLE FEE SALE SURPLUS PROPERTY EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

                     128                      108 0 8,337 100 26,393              682,249

                     200 100 0 5,000 0 20,000              723,826

                     200 300 105 5,000 0 5,000              540,554

0                  5,574                  1,856                          5                12,706 0                38,529                  6,681                        71                  2,079 0                74,347                11,006                      274              153,128

17,462                  4,360                  1,914                      100                  8,000 4,185                32,455                  4,055 0                  2,000 12,158                69,850                15,940                      100              172,579

0                  4,668                      780                      100                  9,000 0                36,840                  5,243 0                  2,000 0                72,710                14,640 0              145,981

101,960                23,650 1,220                51,464                18,158                14,620 0 0              211,072

107,848              100,281                      700                40,000                16,000                15,000 3,000 0              282,829

0              273,700 700                40,000                20,000                15,000 5,000 90,000              444,400

ACTUALS FY 2011‐2012


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

GENERAL  FUND REVENUE BY DEPARTMENT

REVENUE SOURCE

ACTUALS FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

ACCOUNT NUMBER PUBLIC WORKS 101‐5001‐324.01‐00 101‐5001‐324.02‐00 101‐5001‐341.01‐01 101‐5001‐341.02‐02 101‐5001‐341.02‐03 101‐5003‐341.02‐03 101‐5004‐341.01‐01 101‐5004‐341.02‐02 101‐5005‐379.01‐00 101‐5006‐341.01‐01 101‐5070‐362.01‐00 101‐5070‐379.01‐00 101‐5080‐379.01‐00

ENCROACHMENT PERMITS TRANSPORTATION PERMITS SERVICE CHARGES PLAN CHECK FEES INSPECTION FEES INSPECTION FEES SERVICE CHARGES PLAN CHECK FEES EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT  SERVICE CHARGES RENT AND CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT  EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 

                 1,884                  6,466                44,470 875 715 3,662 82,368 84,654 0 0                25,094 0 0              250,188

                 1,200                  2,500                59,000 0 0              447,412 0              328,250 35,000 16,589                17,905 0 0              907,856

                 2,400                  4,860                  3,000 0 0              179,903                95,500              104,655 5,000 2,000                10,269 34,000 15,500              457,087

TRANSFERS IN 101‐9900‐393.00‐00

TRANSFERS IN

         3,322,883

         3,451,622

         3,753,445

GENERAL FUND BY DEPT. TOTAL

       12,278,494

       13,498,254

       15,192,653


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 105 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND  105‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 105‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 201 LMFD MEASURE C FUND  201‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

1,996 1,000,000 1,001,996

0 116,400 116,400

0 0 0

0 0

0 0

800,000 800,000

3,338 84,990 69,343 114,958 4,000 251,273 0 527,902

0 80,000 50,000 100,000 4,000 180,000 5,000,000 5,414,000

0 80,000 50,000 100,000 4,000 230,000 5,000,000 5,464,000

203 GAS TAX  203‐1510‐361.01‐00 203‐5010‐331.03‐01 203‐5010‐331.03‐02 203‐5010‐331.03‐03 203‐5010‐331.03‐04 203‐5010‐331.03‐05 203‐5010‐331.20‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS GAS TAX STREET & HIGHWAY CODE 2105 GAS TAX STREET & HIGHWAY CODE 2106 GAS TAX STREET & HIGHWAY CODE 2107 GAS TAX STREET & HIGHWAY CODE 2107.5 HUTA 2103 REPLACE PROP 42 PROP 1B STREET & ROAD IMPROVEMENTS

207 TRAFFIC SAFETY 207‐1510‐361.01‐00 207‐4010‐351.01‐00 207‐4010‐379.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS VEHICLE CODE FINES EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

359 41,984 0 42,343

0 32,000 0 32,000

0 32,000 28,200 60,200

208 STREETS 208‐1510‐361.01‐00 208‐5010‐371.90‐00 208‐5010‐379.01‐00 208‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT TRANSFERS IN

1,304 2,466 0 400,500 404,270

0 1,000 0 400,000 401,000

0 1,000 10,000 400,000 411,000

209 PUBLIC NUISANCE 209‐1510‐361.01‐00 209‐2040‐341.02‐03 209‐2040‐371.90‐00 209‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS INSPECTION FEES MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE TRANSFERS IN

11 8,717 1,800 11,470 21,998

0 0 0 25,000 25,000

0 0 0 11,766 11,766

210 ASSET FORFEITURE 210‐1510‐361.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS

6

0

0


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 210 ASSET FORFEITURE (CONTINUED) 211 MEASURE "K" 211‐1510‐361.01‐00 211‐8000‐332.01‐01 211‐8000‐332.01‐03

INVESTMENT EARNINGS MAINTENANCE IMPROVEMENTS LATHROP ROAD GRADE

212 TRANSIT (LTF) 212‐1510‐361.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS

213 STATE RECYCLING/RECOVERY 213‐8000‐331.05‐08 RUBBERIZED ASPHALT GRANT 214 LTF ‐ STREETS AND ROADS 214‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 214‐8000‐332.05‐00 LTF ‐ STREET AND ROADS 214‐8000‐332.07‐00 PED. & BIKE PATH 215 FEDERAL GRANT 215‐1510‐361.01‐00 215‐8000‐333.03‐00 215‐8000‐333.09‐01

INVESTMENT EARNINGS OTHER FEDERAL GRANTS EECBG PROGRAM

216 STIP AUGMENTATION 216‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 216‐8000‐331.05‐10 PROP 84 216‐8000‐331.06‐00 STIP AUGMENTATION GRANT 218 XROADS STREET IMPROVEMENTS 218‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 219 UNIVERSAL HIRING GRANT 219‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 219‐4010‐333.05‐00 OTHER FEDERAL GRANTS

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

6

0

0

964 300,000 0 300,964

0 300,000 10,855,000 11,155,000

0 300,000 10,855,000 11,155,000

4,845 4,845

0 0

0 0

37,689 37,689

37,689 37,689

0 0

1,865 775,768 10,381 788,014

0 589,396 11,700 601,096

0 834,229 11,870 846,099

2 60,058 25,421 85,481

0 2,017,763 61,954 2,079,717

0 1,250,000 0 1,250,000

168 0 577,280 577,448

0 5,000,000 3,609,280 8,609,280

0 4,394,176 1,317,325 5,711,501

228 228

0 0

0 0

8 10,575 10,583

0 162,286 162,286

0 175,200 175,200


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 221 LAW ENFORCE EQUIP PROGRAM 221‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 222 STATE AB1913 222‐4016‐333.02‐00

COPS

223 REGIONAL TRAFFIC IMPACT 223‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 224 LOAN FUND 224‐1510‐361.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS

225 TRAFFIC MITIGATION  225‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 225‐5010‐318.02‐00 LOCAL TRANS. CFF 226 CULTURE & LEISURE 226‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 226‐3040‐318.03‐00 CULTURE AND LEISURE CFF 227 CITY SERVICES 227‐1510‐318.04‐01 227‐1510‐361.01‐00

CITY SERVICES INVESTMENT EARNINGS

228 STORM DRAIN CFF 228‐1510‐361.01‐00 228‐5020‐318.04‐02 228‐5020‐318.04‐86 228‐5090‐318.04‐02

INVESTMENT EARNINGS STORM DRAIN ‐ EAST SIDE ZONE 35 SERVICE COMMERCIAL STORM DRAIN ‐ WEST SIDE

229 ADMINISTRATION CFF 229‐1510‐318.04‐03 CITY ADMIN CFF 229‐1510‐318.04‐05 RTIF ADMIN CFF 229‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

6 6

0 0

0 0

100,000 100,000

100,000 100,000

100,000 100,000

801 801

0 0

0 0

694 694

0 0

0 0

2,985 4,709 7,694

0 224,818 224,818

0 30,391 30,391

5,836 378,213 384,049

0 293,940 293,940

0 1,443,006 1,443,006

200,611 9,466 210,077

949,186 0 949,186

1,590,580 0 1,590,580

1,520 0 0 4,905 6,425

0 17,502 42,947 0 60,449

0 5,021 0 0 5,021

29,695 2,930 157 32,782

60,237 5,356 0 65,593

133,019 18,442 0 151,461


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 230 SJC MULTISPECIES HABITAT 230‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 231 ENVIRO.  MITIGATION CFF 231‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 231‐5010‐318.04‐04 ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION 232 W/C LATHROP TRANS. CFF 232‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 232‐5010‐318.02‐00 LOCAL TRANS. CFF 233 WLSP REGIONAL TRANSPORT CFF 233‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 233‐5010‐318.01‐00 REGIONAL TRANS. CFF 234 RTIF ‐ COG 234‐1510‐361.01‐00 234‐5010‐318.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS REGIONAL TRANS. CFF

235 RTIF‐ SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY 235‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 235‐5010‐318.01‐00 REGIONAL TRANS. CFF

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

12 12

0 0

0 0

50 2,558 2,608

0 0 0

0 0 0

1,967 169,697 171,664

0 110,700 110,700

0 720,788 720,788

312 19,807 20,119

0 14,450 14,450

0 113,616 113,616

1,496 3,556 5,052

0 71,713 71,713

0 6,837 6,837

11 19,235 19,246

0 24,692 24,692

0 80,753 80,753

236 RTIF LATHROP 236‐1510‐361.01‐00 236‐5010‐318.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS REGIONAL TRANS. CFF

3,873 158,563 162,436

0 109,775 109,775

0 586,701 586,701

237 RTIF‐SJCOG 15% 237‐1510‐361.01‐00 237‐5010‐318.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS REGIONAL TRANS. CFF

17 28,853 28,870

0 37,038 37,038

0 121,130 121,130

239 CSLP CFD 2006‐2 239‐1510‐361.01‐00 239‐5066‐341.01‐01

INVESTMENT EARNINGS SERVICE CHARGES

1,440 254,698 256,138

0 360,492 360,492

0 345,520 345,520


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER 240 RECYCLING AB939 240‐1510‐361.01‐00 240‐5040‐319.05‐06 240‐5040‐331.05‐09

REVENUE SOURCE INVESTMENT EARNINGS RECYCLING AB939 TAX BEVERAGE RECYCLING GRANT

249 XROAD STORM DRAIN CAP REPLACE 249‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 250 CROSSROAD STORM DRAIN 250‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 250‐5021‐355.01‐01 CROSSROAD STORM DRAIN FEE 250‐5021‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 250‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

745 71,779 5,320 77,844

0 60,000 5,000 65,000

0 70,000 5,000 75,000

306 306

0 0

0 0

274 113,394 0 0 113,668

0 113,395 0 8,795 122,190

0 113,395 3,000 38,812 155,207

251 STORM DRAIN 251‐1510‐361.01‐00 251‐5020‐355.01‐02 251‐5020‐379.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS STORM DRAIN FEE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

317 239,619 0 239,936

0 238,983 0 238,983

0 238,983 3,750 242,733

252 STREET LIGHTING 252‐1510‐361.01‐00 252‐5012‐355.01‐10 252‐5014‐355.01‐11 252‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS LIGHT DISTRICT FEE ZONE 2 LIGHTING ZONE 2 INDUSTRIAL TRANSFERS IN

492 100,463 43,589 41,822 186,366

0 100,572 43,589 24,577 168,738

0 103,587 47,771 17,095 168,453

65 54,764 20,287 75,116

0 54,764 0 54,764

0 54,764 9,013 63,777

435 231,656 0 0

0 231,665 0 0

0 203,229 3,450 5,061

253 WOODFIELD LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 253‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 253‐5062‐355.01‐15 LANDSCAPE MAINT‐WOODFIELD 253‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 255 STONEBRIDGE LANDSCAPE MAINT. DISTRICT 255‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 255‐5060‐355.01‐18 STONEBRIDGE ‐LANDSCAPING 255‐5060‐362.01‐00 RENT AND CONCESSIONS 255‐5060‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 255 STONEBRIDGE LANDSCAPE MAINT. DISTRICT (CONTINUED) 255‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 256 STONEBRIDGE DRAINAGE/ LIGHTING DISTRICT 256‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 256‐5061‐355.01‐20 STONEBRIDGE‐DRAIN/LIGHTING 256‐5061‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 256‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 257 MOSSDALE CFD 257‐1510‐361.01‐00 257‐5063‐318.07‐00 257‐5063‐355.01‐13 257‐5063‐362.01‐00 257‐5063‐379.01‐00 257‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS MOSSDALE MAINT DIST FEE MOSSDALE CFD RENT AND CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT TRANSFERS IN

258 MOSSDALE LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING 258‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 258‐5064‐355.01‐14 MOSSDALE LANDSCAPE & LIGH 258‐5064‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 258‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 259 MOSSDALE CFD CAP REPLACE 259‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 259‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 261 MOSSDALE DRAIN/LT CAP RPL 261‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 261‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 263 HISTORICAL LATHROP CFD 263‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 263‐5065‐355.01‐19 HISTORIC LATHROP CFD 2005‐1 263‐5065‐355.01‐23 HISTORIC LATHROP CFD 2005‐1  ZONE 2

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

3,017 235,108

3,168 234,833

3,326 215,066

2,424 231,399 0 3,017 236,840

0 231,408 0 3,168 234,576

0 203,004 2,250 3,326 208,580

1,755 49,221 1,838,507 0 0 0 1,889,483

0 42,683 1,896,509 0 0 8,000 1,947,192

0 89,469 1,934,330 4,350 6,407 4,093 2,038,649

312 432,862 0 0 433,174

0 432,862 0 0 432,862

0 432,862 36 2,964 435,862

78 23,001 23,079

0 37,422 37,422

0 5,000 5,000

99 5,000 5,099

0 5,000 5,000

0 5,000 5,000

95 16,065 13,500

0 16,065 13,500

0 17,748 13,500


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 263 HISTORICAL LATHROP CFD (CONTINUED) 265 C.D.B.G. 265‐1510‐361.01‐00 265‐3001‐333.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CDBG

266 MOSSDALE STANDBY 2005‐1 266‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 266‐5034‐344.01‐36 MOSSDALE STANDBY 2005‐1 270 SCHOLARSHIP 270‐1510‐361.01‐00 270‐3001‐333.01‐02 270‐3001‐372.02‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS COMMUNITY CENTER CONTRIBUTIONS

271 DEVELOPER PROJECTS 271‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 271‐8000‐372.01‐00 DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS 281 SAYBROOK CLSP LLC 282‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 282‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

29,660

29,565

31,248

7 0 7

0 27,541 27,541

0 27,541 27,541

534 584,012 584,546

0 565,608 565,608

0 414,476 414,476

49 0 3,175 3,224

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1,894 1,520,605 1,522,499

0 3,717,400 3,717,400

0 4,868,781 4,868,781

0 0 0

0 100,000 100,000

0 150,000 150,000

282 GATEWAY 282‐1510‐361.01‐00 282‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

260 17,975 18,235

0 35,000 35,000

0 70,000 70,000

283 WATT LATHROP II 283‐1510‐361.01‐00 283‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

34 0 34

0 7,500 7,500

0 7,500 7,500

284 KB HOME 284‐1510‐361.01‐00 284‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

10 0 10

0 100 100

0 100 100


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 286 S LATHROP RICHLAND 286‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 286‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 288 CROSSROADS RICHLAND 288‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 288‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 290 PACIFIC UNION HOMES 290‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 291 CROSSROADS CREA INVESTORS 291‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

386 0 386

0 5,000 5,000

0 120,000 120,000

159 154,650 154,809

0 1,346,050 1,346,050

0 1,303,666 1,303,666

0 0

10,000 10,000

10,000 10,000

22 22

0 0

0 0

293 PULTE HOMES 293‐1510‐361.01‐00 293‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

789 0 789

0 1,500 1,500

0 1,500 1,500

294 FARMWORLD 294‐1510‐361.01‐00 294‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

2 0 2

0 500 500

0 500 500

295 RIVER ISLANDS 295‐1510‐361.01‐00 295‐8999‐371.91‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

849 524,850 525,699

0 561,205 561,205

0 585,000 585,000

60 0 60

0 500 500

0 500 500

9,472 9,472

30,000 30,000

30,000 30,000

40

0

0

296 ROBINSON PROPERTY 296‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 296‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 297 TCN PROPERTIES 297‐8999‐371.91‐00

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS

298 WATT LATHROP I 298‐1510‐361.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 298 WATT LATHROP I (CONTINUED) 298‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 299 RICHLAND COMMUNITIES 299‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 401 PEGASUS DEVELOPMENT 401‐8999‐371.91‐00 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 301 GENERAL CIP 301‐1510‐361.01‐00 301‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS TRANSFERS IN

331 STREETS AND ROADS CIP 331‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 331‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

0 40

9,000 9,000

9,000 9,000

190,864 190,864

20,000 20,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

10,000 10,000

15,423 1,356,293 1,371,716

0 5,623,920 5,623,920

0 4,573,324 4,573,324

9,752 5,563,383 5,573,135

0 25,630,681 25,630,681

0 20,151,855 20,151,855

341 PARK‐IN‐LIEU FEES 341‐1510‐361.01‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS 

1,819 1,819

0 0

0 0

391 STORM DRAIN CIP 391‐1510‐361.01‐00 391‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS TRANSFERS IN

1,164 63,000 64,164

0 0 0

0 0 0

56 515 571

0 0 0

0 0 0

444 4 6,608 7,056

0 0 1,220,654 1,220,654

0 0 1,213,945 1,213,945

6,373

0

0

463 SEWER ASSESSMENT DIST #1 463‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 463‐6560‐355.01‐00 SANITARY SEWER AD#1 540 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY‐CSLP 540‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 540‐5050‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 540‐5090‐318.04‐20 WATER CONNECTION 541 MOSSDALE VILLAGE CFD 2003‐1 541‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 541 MOSSDALE VILLAGE CFD 2003‐1 (CONTINUED) 541‐5050‐355.01‐21 CFD 2003‐1 560 WATER CAPTAL REPLACEMENT  560‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 560‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 561 WATER CONNECTION FEES 561‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 561‐5050‐318.04‐20 WATER CONNECTION CFF‐ EAST SIDE 561‐5090‐318.04‐20 WATER CONNECTION CFF‐ WEST SIDE 561‐5090‐318.04‐60 MERCHANT BUILDERS 562 WATER 562‐1510‐361.01‐00 562‐1510‐374.01‐00 562‐5050‐341.01‐01 562‐5050‐345.01‐10 562‐5050‐345.01‐12 562‐5050‐345.01‐20 562‐5050‐345.01‐30 562‐5050‐345.01‐40 562‐5050‐345.01‐41 562‐5050‐345.01‐50 562‐5050‐361.01‐00 562‐5050‐361.02‐00 562‐5050‐371.90‐00 562‐5050‐379.01‐00 562‐5090‐318.04‐20 562‐8000‐372.01‐00 562‐8000‐375.01‐00 562‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS LATE CHARGES SERVICE CHARGES SERVICE CHARGES RECONNECTION FEES CONSTRUCTION WATER FIRE SERVICE CHARGE SCSWSP FACILITIES CHARGE SCSWSP FIXED CHARGES MISCELLANEOUS  INVESTMENT EARNINGS SPECIFIC INVESTMENT INVESTMENT EARNINGS MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WATER CONNECTION CFF DEVELOPER CONTRIBUTIONS WELL 21 CONSTRUCTION TRANSFERS IN

564 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY CFF 564‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

1,008,738 1,015,111

702,288 702,288

652,430 652,430

6,774 304,592 311,366

0 324,509 324,509

0 340,420 340,420

632 2,845 43,107 18,176 64,760

0 72,889 31,900 0 104,789

0 29,870 107,605 0 137,475

14,332 60,705 6,332 3,801,754 61,890 11,660 250,722 557,740 806,143 1,138 2 108,372 3,565 0 307,611 188,763 0 1,194,459 7,375,188

10,400 72,081 0 3,875,045 60,000 17,000 193,707 490,095 995,752 0 0 0 0 56,663 0 159,622 581,219 1,962,392 8,473,976

10,400 63,000 0 3,982,478 60,000 7,000 193,301 557,362 900,000 0 0 0 0 14,000 0 159,854 581,219 1,914,593 8,443,207

692

0

0


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 564 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY CFF (CONTINUED) 564‐5050‐318.04‐21 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY‐ EASTSIDE 564‐5090‐318.04‐21 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY‐ WESTSIDE 565 SRF LOAN 569‐9900‐393.00‐00

TRANSFERS IN

569 WATER CIP 569‐1510‐361.01‐00 569‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS TRANSFERS IN

601 MWQCF COLLECTION SYSTEM 601‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 601‐1510‐374.01‐00 LATE CHARGES 601‐5030‐344.01‐10 WASTEWATER CHARGES 601‐5030‐344.01‐12 LOT SEGREGATION 601‐5030‐344.01‐20 WASTEWATER CO‐GEN 601‐5030‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT  601‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 603 WASTEWATER CONNECTION FEES 603‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 603‐5030‐318.04‐50 SEWER CONNECTION‐EAST SIDE 603‐5090‐318.04‐50 SEWER CONNECTION‐WEST SIDE 603‐5090‐318.04‐60 MERCHANT BUILDERS 605 XROAD RECYCLING PLANT #1 605‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 605‐1510‐374.01‐00 LATE CHARGES 605‐5031‐344.01‐30 XROADS WASTEWATER CHARGES 605‐5031‐344.01‐35 XROADS STAND BY 605‐5032‐371.90‐00 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 605‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

12,042 11,513 24,247

36,901 0 36,901

16,310 0 16,310

0 0

597,575 597,575

0 0

5,600 7,147,122 7,152,722

0 3,192,096 3,192,096

0 2,766,759 2,766,759

5,351 53,292 2,358,645 0 437,416 0 14,000 2,868,704

5,000 49,366 2,460,592 1,200 131,220 56,664 95,123 2,799,165

5,000 50,000 2,713,038 1,200 135,821 5,500 0 2,910,559

3,227 124,750 2,352 23,186 153,515

0 118,725 1,900 0 120,625

0 97,712 6,549 0 104,261

1,881 (30,557) 1,192,557 (32,570) 0 0 1,131,311

13,504 0 1,170,284 30,345 33,600 0 1,247,733

5,000 0 1,140,913 30,345 10,000 0 1,186,258


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OTHER FUNDS ACCOUNT NUMBER REVENUE SOURCE 606 WASTEWATER CAPITAL REPLACEMENT 606‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 606‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 607 XROADS WASTEWATER CAPITAL  REPLACEMENT 607‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 607‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 608 MBR#1 WASTE RECYCLING PLANT 608‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 608‐1510‐374.01‐00 LATE CHARGES 608‐5034‐344.01‐10 WASTEWATER CHARGES 608‐5034‐371.90‐00 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 608‐5034‐379.01‐00 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT 608‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 609 SEWER CIP 609‐1510‐361.01‐00 609‐9900‐393.00‐00

INVESTMENT EARNINGS TRANSFERS IN

610 MANTECA WWTP EXPANSION 610‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 610‐5030‐391.00‐00 PROCEEDS FROM ISSUANCE 610‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 611 RECYCLED WATER CAPITAL REPLACEMENT 611‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS 611‐9900‐393.00‐00 TRANSFERS IN 621 MOSSDALE VILLAGE AD IMPROVEMENT  FUND 621‐1510‐361.01‐00 INVESTMENT EARNINGS

TOTAL OTHER FUNDS GRAND TOTAL REVENUES

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED EST. REVENUES FY 2012‐2013

EST. REVENUES FY 2013‐2014

8,023 346,728 354,751

0 390,854 390,854

0 398,840 398,840

1,382 163,267 164,649

0 168,088 168,088

0 163,976 163,976

3,784 22,176 946,323 12,411 0 575,837 1,560,531

5,000 11,440 1,050,000 12,420 0 571,579 1,650,439

3,500 25,000 1,200,000 12,420 7,000 414,476 1,662,396

7,173 1,035,108 1,042,281

0 1,320,350 1,320,350

0 5,152,981 5,152,981

82 75,140 5,196 80,418

0 94,789 0 94,789

0 0 0 0

4,038 0 4,038

0 0 0

0 108,568 108,568

3 3

0 0

0 0

42,090,873 54,369,367

94,763,775 108,262,029

92,417,273 107,609,926


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT

CITY COUNCIL

ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012 61,153

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013 60,382

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014 53,382

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014 53,382

CITY MANAGER City Manager Economic Development Total City Manager

436,265 19,651 455,916

396,444 870,662 1,267,106

407,208 112,000 519,208

407,208 112,000 519,208

CITY CLERK

137,208

150,220

184,907

184,907

CITY ATTORNEY

466,382

452,019

451,218

451,218

1,072,180 1,035,978 2,108,158

1,077,213 969,475 2,046,688

1,141,717 805,941 1,947,658

1,141,717 805,941 1,947,658

189,502 435,382 261,865 886,749

185,730 500,700 361,634 1,048,064

160,285 513,400 326,738 1,000,423

160,285 513,400 326,738 1,000,423

0 0 0

0 0 0

1,200,000 797,662 1,997,662

1,200,000 797,662 1,997,662

370,723 452,135 144,985 17,879 985,722

600,866 537,745 195,779 23,894 1,358,284

576,421 588,398 121,122 10,000 1,295,941

576,421 588,398 121,122 10,000 1,295,941

FINANCE Accounting Information Systems Total Finance ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Personnel Central Services Animal Services Total Administrative Services MEASURE C GF ‐Essential City Services LMFD Total City Manager COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  Planning Building Code Compliance Public Nuisance Total Community Development


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

CULTURE AND RECREATION Administration Senior Center Recreation Programs Kid Club & Day Camp Sports, Fitness & Outdoor Programs Library Total Culture and Recreation

259,399 160,232 283,199 261,859 68,037 10,614 1,043,340

423,082 180,374 202,522 293,158 66,409 10,741 1,176,286

435,974 177,105 201,821 296,097 66,511 10,886 1,188,394

435,974 177,105 201,821 296,097 66,511 10,886 1,188,394

PUBLIC SAFETY Police Administration Traffic Safety Assest Forfeiture Universal Hiring Grant State COPS Total Public Safety

3,829,610 33,287 0 10,575 100,000 3,973,472

4,407,837 41,120 1,200 162,286 100,000 4,712,443

4,383,568 77,795 760 175,200 100,000 4,737,323

4,383,568 77,795 760 175,200 100,000 4,737,323

714,429 139,873 259,234 211,946 397,177 226,568 206,008

444,105 505,725 465,504 329,544 333,003 225,048 189,731

454,211 177,320 392,986 185,450 229,891 202,233 212,534

454,211 177,320 392,986 185,450 229,891 202,233 212,534

228,858 14,703 25,000

393,987 32,491 25,000

424,104 26,465 20,071

424,104 26,465 20,071

0 5,986 0 8,978

5,000 24,692 354,676 37,038

5,000 80,753 5,000 121,130

5,000 80,753 5,000 121,130

PUBLIC WORKS Administration PW Construction Management PW Land Development Eng City Hall PW Utility Engineering Building Maintenance Parks & Landscaping Maintenance Transportation Services Streets Maintenance Street Trees & Landscaping Public Transit RTIF  Lathrop Local ‐East San Joaquin Co 10% Lathrop Local‐West SJCOG 15%


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

PUBLIC WORKS (CONTINUED) CLSP Services CFD Solid Waste Mgmt (Recycling) Crossroad Storm Drain Zone 1 Storm Drains City Zone 1 Street Lighting Residential Industrial Street Lighting Woodfield Landscape Maintenance Stonebridge Landscape Maint Stonebridge‐Drainage & Lighting Mossdale Services CFD Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Historic Lathrop CFD Total Public Works

261,303 24,463 100,934 125,441 65,594 33,117 53,122 132,468 154,689 1,353,448 346,968 25,294 5,115,601

310,534 48,598 142,459 190,424 102,158 52,525 60,830 170,475 185,326 1,766,638 328,103 29,666 6,753,280

296,737 42,155 138,559 192,041 96,383 52,966 57,804 175,388 191,445 1,839,607 311,937 25,987 5,958,157

296,737 42,155 138,559 192,041 96,383 52,966 57,804 175,388 191,445 1,839,607 311,937 25,987 5,958,157

UTILITIES Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 Water Connection Fees Water Services MWQCF Collection System Sewer Connection Fees Xroad Recycling Plant#1‐Treatment Xroad Recycling Plant#1‐ Collect Syst. Xroad Wastewater Capital Replacement WW Recycling Plant‐1 MBR Total Utilities

24,614 0 3,537,883 1,834,594 72,254 595,731 118,858 36,039 1,116,439 7,336,412

35,560 0 3,811,974 2,214,302 0 671,757 143,821 0 1,637,243 8,514,657

34,953 0 3,166,204 1,748,605 0 659,042 120,334 0 1,570,221 7,299,359

34,953 0 3,166,204 1,748,605 0 659,042 120,334 0 1,570,221 7,299,359

0 15,238 27 0 110 7,590

100,000 35,000 7,500 100 5,000 1,346,050

150,000 70,000 7,500 100 120,000 1,303,666

150,000 70,000 7,500 100 120,000 1,303,666

DEVELOPER PROJECTS Saybrook CLSP LLC Gateway Watt (Lathrop II) KB Home South Lathrop‐Richland Crossroads Richland


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012 DEVELOPER PROJECTS (CONTINUED) Pacific Union Homes Pulte Homes Farm World River Islands Robinson Property TCN Properties Watt (Lathrop I) Richland Communities Pegasus Development Total Developer Deposits TOTAL EXPENDITURES

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

888 206 0 358,544 0 16,823 0 0 0 399,426

10,000 1,500 500 401,583 500 30,000 9,000 20,000 0 1,966,733

10,000 1,500 500 425,146 500 30,000 9,000 0 10,000 2,137,912

10,000 1,500 500 425,146 500 30,000 9,000 0 10,000 2,137,912

22,969,539

29,506,162

28,771,544

28,771,544


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

61,153 436,265 137,208 466,382 1,072,180 1,035,978 189,502 435,382 261,865 0 370,723 452,135 144,985 259,399 160,232 283,199 261,859 68,037 10,614 3,829,610 714,429 139,873 259,234 211,946 397,177 226,568 206,008 12,091,943

60,382 396,444 150,220 452,019 1,077,213 969,475 185,730 500,700 361,634 0 600,866 537,745 195,779 423,082 180,374 202,522 293,158 66,409 10,741 4,407,837 444,105 505,725 465,504 329,544 333,003 225,048 189,731 13,564,990

53,382 407,208 184,907 451,218 1,141,717 805,941 160,285 513,400 326,738 1,200,000 576,421 588,398 121,122 435,974 177,105 201,821 296,097 66,511 10,886 4,383,568 454,211 177,320 392,986 185,450 229,891 202,233 212,534 13,957,324

53,382 407,208 184,907 451,218 1,141,717 805,941 160,285 513,400 326,738 1,200,000 576,421 588,398 121,122 435,974 177,105 201,821 296,097 66,511 10,886 4,383,568 454,211 177,320 392,986 185,450 229,891 202,233 212,534 13,957,324

19,651

870,662

112,000

112,000

0

0

797,662

797,662

GENERAL FUND  City Council City Manager City Clerk City Attorney Finance Information Systems Personnel Central Services Animal Services Measure C ‐ Essential City Services Planning  Building  Code Compliance Culture and Recreation Administration Senior Center Recreation Programs Kid Club & Day Camp Sports, Fitness & Outdoor Programs Library Police Administration Public Works Administration PW Construction Management PW Land Development Eng City Hall PW Utility Engineering  Building Maintenance Parks & Landscaping Maintenance TOTAL GENERAL FUND 101

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND 105 LMFD ‐ MEASURE C FUND 201


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (CONTINUED) TRAFFIC SAFETY FUND 207 Streets  Street Trees & Landscape STREETS FUND 208

33,287 228,858 14,703 243,561

41,120 393,987 32,491 426,478

77,795 424,104 26,465 450,569

77,795 424,104 26,465 450,569

17,879

23,894

10,000

10,000

0

1,200

760

760

PUBLIC TRANSIT FUND 212

25,000

25,000

20,071

20,071

UNIVERSAL HIRING GRANT FUND 219

10,575

162,286

175,200

175,200

STATE COMMUNITY OPTION FUND 222

100,000

100,000

100,000

100,000

RTIF‐LATHROP LOCAL ‐ EAST FUND 234

0

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,986

24,692

80,753

80,753

0

354,676

5,000

5,000

8,978

37,038

121,130

121,130

261,303

310,534

296,737

296,737

24,463

48,598

42,155

42,155

CROSSROADS STORM DRAIN FUND 250

100,934

142,459

138,559

138,559

STORM DRAINS FUND 251

125,441

190,424

192,041

192,041

Street Lighting Residential Industrial Street Lighting STREET LIGHT FUND 252

65,594 33,117 98,711

102,158 52,525 154,683

96,383 52,966 149,349

96,383 52,966 149,349

PUBLIC NUISANCE FUND 209 ASSEST FORFEITURE FUND 210

RTIF‐SAN JOAQUIN CO 10% FUND 235 RTIF‐LATHROP LOCAL ‐ WEST FUND 236 RTIF‐SJCOG 15% FUND 237 CLSP SERVICES CFD FUND 239 SOLID WASTE FUND 240


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (CONTINUED) WOODFIELD PARK FUND 253 STONEBRIDGE ‐ LANDSCAPING FUND 255

53,122 132,468

60,830 170,475

57,804 175,388

57,804 175,388

STONEBRIDGE ‐ DRAIN & LIGHT FUND 256

154,689

185,326

191,445

191,445

1,353,448

1,766,638

1,839,607

1,839,607

346,968

328,103

311,937

311,937

25,294

29,666

25,987

25,987

0

100,000

150,000

150,000

15,238

35,000

70,000

70,000

27

7,500

7,500

7,500

0

100

100

100

110

5,000

120,000

120,000

CROSSROADS RICHLAND FUND 288

7,590

1,346,050

1,303,666

1,303,666

PACIFIC UNION HOMES  FUND 290

888

10,000

10,000

10,000

PULTE HOMES FUND 293

206

1,500

1,500

1,500

FARMWORLD FUND 294

0

500

500

500

358,544

401,583

425,146

425,146

0

500

500

500

16,823

30,000

30,000

30,000

MOSSDALE CFD FUND 257 MOSSDALE LANDSCAPE & LIGHT FUND 258 HISTORIC LATHROP CFD FUND 263 SAYBROOK CLSP LLC FUND 281 GATEWAY FUND 282 WATT (LATHROP II) FUND 283 KB HOME FUND 284 S. LATHROP‐RICHLAND FUND 286

RIVER ISLANDS FUND 295 ROBINSON PROPERTY FUND 296 LUCKEY/TCN PROPERTIES FUND 297


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND ACTUAL FY 2011‐2012

AMENDED BUDGET FY 2012‐2013

CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDED FY 2013‐2014

CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED FY 2013‐2014

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS (CONTINUED) WATT (LATHROP I) FUND 298

0

9,000

9,000

9,000

RICHLAND COMMUNITIES FUND 299

0

20,000

0

0

PEGASUS DEVELOPMENT FUND 401

0

0

10,000

10,000

3,541,184

7,426,515

7,514,861

7,514,861

24,614

35,560

34,953

34,953

0

0

0

0

WATER FUND 562

3,537,883

3,811,974

3,166,204

3,166,204

MWQCF COLLECTION SYSTEM FUND 601

1,834,594

2,214,302

1,748,605

1,748,605

72,254

0

0

0

Crossroads Recycling Plant #1 Treatment Crossroads Recycling Plant #1 Collect Syst. WATER RECYCLE PLANT #1 FUND 605

595,731 118,858 714,589

671,757 143,821 815,578

659,042 120,334 779,376

659,042 120,334 779,376

CROSSROAD WASTEWATER CAP REPL 607

36,039

0

0

0

1,116,439

1,637,243

1,570,221

1,570,221

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS

7,336,412

8,514,657

7,299,359

7,299,359

GRAND TOTAL

22,969,539

29,506,162

28,771,544

28,771,544

TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUES

ENTERPRISE FUNDS MOSSDALE VILLAGE CFD 2003‐1 FUND 541 WATER CONNECTION FEES FUND 561

SEWER CONNECTION FUND 603

WW RECYCLING PLANT‐1 MBR FUND 608


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

CITY MANAGER Budget Analyst I/II City Manager Executive Assistant Senior Administrative Assistant

CITY CLERK City Clerk Senior Administrative Assistant

CITY ATTORNEY City Attorney Legal Secretary

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

0.50 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.50

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

1.00 0.00 1.00

1.00 0.50 1.50

1.00 0.50 1.50

1.00 1.50 2.50

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 13.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 13.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 13.00

FINANCE Accountant I/II Accounting Manager Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician Administrative Assistant I/II Budget Manager Budget Analyst I/II Director of Finance Executive Assistant  Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Manager Information Technology Technician Office Assistant I/II Special Districts Manager


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Animal Services Assistant Animal Services Officer Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Neighborhood & Community Services Senior Administrative Assistant

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  Building Inspector I/II/III Chief Building Official Code Compliance Officer I/II/III Director of Community Development/City Engineer Management Analyst I/II Office Assistant I/II Permit Technician Principal Planner Senior Administrative Assistant Senior Planner

CULTURE & RECREATION Administrative Assistant I/II Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Neighborhood & Community Services Facility Supervisor Parks and Recreation Administrator Parks and Programs Manager Recreation Coordinator Recreation Leaders Recreation Supervisor Senior Center Manager

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

1.00 2.00 0.60 0.00 0.80 0.00 4.40

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.50 0.00 0.50 4.20

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.70 0.00 0.50 4.40

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 8.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

1.00 0.90 0.00 0.20 1.66 1.00 0.00 0.00 3.70 2.00 1.00

1.00 0.80 0.50 0.00 0.66 1.00 1.00 0.00 3.70 2.00 1.00

0.00 0.80 0.30 0.00 0.66 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.70 2.00 1.00


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

CULTURE & RECREATION (CONTINUED) Senior Recreation Leaders

PUBLIC SAFETY Administrative Assistant I/II Police Office Supervisor Criminal Research Analyst Contractual Services Chief of Police Deputy Sheriff II for Community Resource Officer Deputy Sheriff II for School Resource Officer Deputy Sheriff II's for Investigations Deputy Sheriff II's for Patrol Lieutenant to serve as Supervisor Sergeant to serve as Supervisor

PUBLIC WORKS Administrative Assistant Budget Analyst I/II Construction Inspector I/II Director of Public Works Executive Assistant Junior Engineer Maintenance Worker I/II Meter Reader Principal Engineer Public Works Superintendent Senior Civil Engineer Senior Maintenance Worker Solid Waste & Recycling Coordinator

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

3.75 15.21

3.75 15.41

3.75 15.21

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 23.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 22.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 22.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

PUBLIC WORKS (CONTINUED) Utility Operator I/II/III

PARK MAINTENANCE Maintenance Services Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Parks

MEASURE C Essential City Services (1) Office Assistant I/II (2) Facility Supervisor Contractual Services Deputy Sheriff II for Community Impact Team Deputy Sheriff II for School Resource Officer Sergeant to serve as Supervisor Lathrop Manteca Fire District Firefighters/Engineers Total City Staff positions Total Contractual positions TOTAL FUNDED POSITIONS

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

5.00 18.00

5.00 18.00

5.00 18.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

1.00 1.20 2.20

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

2.00 1.00 1.00 4.00

0.00

0.00

2.00

69.61 23.00

70.11 22.00

72.31 28.00

92.61

92.11

100.31

(1) 1.00 FTE Office Assistant I/II in Culture and Recreation Department (2) 1.20 FTE Facility Supervisor in Culture and Recreation Department


Total City Budget by Fund Type Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Wastewater Operations  (WPR #1) 1,129,076  1% Wastewater Operations  (MWQCF) 2,772,981  2%

Wastewater Operations  (MBR #1) 2,064,605  2% Wastewater  Capital 6,252,496  5%

Water Capital 7,439,814  7%

Compesanted Absences 91,926  0%

General Fund Special Revenue Funds

General Fund 15,472,512  14%

Construction Funds Water Operations Water Capital

Water Operations 8,403,144  7%

Wastewater Operations (MWQCF) Wastewater Operations (MWQCF) Special Revenue Funds 39,285,036  34%

Construction Funds 31,804,769  28%

Wastewater Operations (WPR #1) Wastewater Operations (MBR #1) Wastewater Capital Compesanted Absences


General Fund Anticipated Revenues Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Use of Money & Property Other   $68,692  $286,505  Fines & Forfeitures 0% 2% $80,000  1%

Property Tax Sales & Use Tax

Licenses & Permits $440,196  3%

Service Charges $1,036,229  7% Motor Vehicle in Lieu $1,164,650  8%

Measure C ‐ Sales Tax Property Tax $2,878,936  19%

Franchise Fees $667,000  4%

Operating Transfer In Hotel Tax Franchise Fees

Sales & Use Tax $2,477,000  16%

Hotel Tax $340,000  2%

Licenses & Permits Motor Vehicle in Lieu Service Charges

Operating Transfer In $3,753,445  25%

Measure C $2,000,000  13%

Fines & Forfeitures Use of Money & Property Other


General Fund Expenditures Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Assessment Districts $83,338  1%

Debt Service $631,850  4% Culture and Recreation $1,188,394  8%

Measure C $1,559,046  10% Adminstrative Services $1,000,423  7%

Finance & Information Technology $1,947,658  14%

General Government $1,096,715  7%

Culture and Recreation Public Works  Community Development

Public Works  $1,854,625  14%

Public Safety General Government

Community Development Community Development $1,285,941  10%

Finance & Information Technology Adminstrative Services

Public Safety $4,383,568  32%

Measure C Debt Service Assessment Districts


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 


City Council Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                       ‐

$                  2,000

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$                       ‐

$                  2,000

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$                30,882 $                10,400 $                      ‐ $                19,100 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                60,382

$                       36,882 $                         2,900 $                             ‐ $                       13,600 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                      53,382

$                 36,882 $                   2,900 $                        ‐ $                 13,600 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 53,382

$                 30,937 $                 13,897 $                       ‐ $                 16,319 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $                 61,153


City Council   

Description of Division  The Mayor and City Council consist of the Mayor and four Councilmembers and acts as the policy‐making body for the City of Lathrop.  The goal of the Council is to govern the City in a manner that is both responsive to the needs and concerns of the City residents and is  financially sound. The City Council enacts and enforces ordinances and regulations that concern municipal affairs, subject only to the  limitations and restrictions of the State Constitution. The City Council, as a body, supervises and provides guidance for the activities of  the City. The City Council members are the elected representatives of the citizens of Lathrop. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013   Financial Solvency.  Continued to monitor the 5‐year budget model which projects revenues and expenses into the future.  The model is an essential aid in guiding the annual budget and ensuring financial sustainability. 

 Promote  Business  Development. Due to the downturn in the economy in residential construction, considerable time has  been spent working on solutions to various challenges. 

 Promote Community Values.  Create an environment where children and seniors are valued and nurtured, where the City  values  civic  engagement  and  promotes  community  involvement.    Reinforce  a  sense  of  community  by  focusing  on  community events and community safety.    

Work Plan 2013/2014   Financial Solvency.  Continue to maintain the 5‐year survival plan to ensure the City’s sustainability.     Promote Business Development.  Promote equitable and sustainable development in residential construction, commercial  construction and industrial construction. 

 Promote  Community  Values.    Continue  to  create  an  environment  where  children  and  seniors  are  valued  and  nurtured,  where  the  City  values  civic  engagement  and  promotes  community  involvement.    Reinforce  a  sense  of  community  by  focusing on community events.  1.  Continue to explore resident cost reduction options   2.  Continue to maintain Parks, Recreation and Community Services      


City Council   

 Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued) 

 Capital Improvement Program. Focus on projects that benefit the community as a whole, such as: the Community  Pool, the City Library, Lathrop’s Generation Center and Skate Park.  These projects work well with Council’s work  plan to reinforce the sense of community theme by focusing on community projects and leisure programs.     Capital Requests      None    Significant Operating Changes 

 

 

 

 In this year’s budget, the committee funds (listed below) will continue to be budgeted  in trustee accounts in order  to  reduce  staff  time  required  to  manage  the  funds  and  to  track  both  contributions  and  expenses    within  one  account.   1.  2.  3.  4.  5.     

         

July 1st Celebration  Parade Committee  Lathrop Days  Beautification Day  Mayor’s Art Show 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1110‐411

Department: Division:

City Council City Council

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA Total

$                 16,440 13,053 1,444 $                 30,937

$                18,000 11,500 1,382 $                30,882

$                       18,000 17,500 1,382 $                       36,882

$                 18,000 17,500 1,382 $                 36,882

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2038 COMMUNITY PROMOTIONS 2039 JULY 1ST CELEBRATION 2040 PARADE COMMITTEE 2041 HISTORICAL LATHROP 2042 LATHROP DAYS 2043 BEAUTIFICATION DAY 2044 MAYOR'S ART SHOW 2065 PRINTING Total

$                         63 0 10,801 241 950 (993) 1,091 1,620 124 $                 13,897

$                      600 9,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 800 $                10,400

$                         1,000 1,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 $                         2,900

$                   1,000 1,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 $                   2,900

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$                         42 894 0 0 0 0 316 11,342 3,725 $                 16,319

$                      500 800 0 0 300 0 500 12,000 5,000 $                19,100

$                            500 500 0 0 100 0 500 7,000 5,000 $                       13,600

$                       500 500 0 0 100 0 500 7,000 5,000 $                 13,600

 TOTAL $                 61,153

$                60,382

$                      53,382

$                 53,382

InterGov. Contract Services 2530 LATHROP‐MANTECA FIRE DISTRICT Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3043 BADGES & NAME PLATES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3047 AWARDS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total


City of Lathrop – City Manager’s Office FY 2013/2014

City Manager

Executive Assistant to the City Manager


City Manager Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                       120

$                      ‐

$                       10,000

$                 10,000

$                       120

$                      ‐

$                      10,000

$                 10,000

$             331,519 $                34,800 $                      ‐ $                  9,500 $                20,625 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             396,444

$                    345,408 $                       34,800 $                             ‐ $                         9,000 $                       18,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    407,208

$               345,408 $                 34,800 $                        ‐ $                   9,000 $                 18,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               407,208

$               275,189 $                 25,808 $                       ‐ $                   5,539 $               129,729 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               436,265

Departmental Staffing Budget Analyst I/II City Manager Executive Assistant Senior Administrative Assistant Total City Manager FTE

2012‐2013 Budget

1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 3.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00


City Manager  Description of Division   

 

 

The City Manager’s Office administers City projects, programs, efficient and effective municipal services to the citizens of Lathrop.  The City Manager provides policy recommendations to the City Council, leadership  and direction for the operation and management  of all City departments except the City Attorney’s office.  The City Manager's Office provides for the effective implementation of the  Mayor and Council’s policies and priorities.  Functions of the City Manager’s Office include:  Legislative Affairs, Project Management,  Economic Development, and Business Development. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Sustainable Budgeting.  The City has been monitoring revenue reductions and planning for its impact for the last several  years.   We have adopted a phased approach to achieve significant cost reductions including ; overall department budget  reductions, staffing reductions, renegotiation of MOU’s with the City labor units and the temporary implementation of  the furlough program from 2009 to 2012.  With the efforts made to date, the City continues on the path toward long‐ term sustainability. Staff continues to work to control expenditures and reduce operating costs. The current estimated  unassigned General Fund balance as of the end of FY 2017/18 is estimated at $5 million.    

Work Plan 2013/2014  The City’s focus for FY 13/14 and beyond is to promote the following  four (4) objectives important to the success of our City. These  objectives will be the foundation to improve our community’s financial and social health: 

 Managing  City  functions  using  sound  business  principles.  Being  a  well‐run  city  is  due  in  large  part  to  our  history  of  thoughtful, long‐range financial planning. For the 15th consecutive year, Lathrop has been awarded the highest form of  recognition  in  governmental  budgeting  for  its  comprehensive  annual  financial  report  (CAFR).  We  are  a  full  service  city  that strives to be proactive and responsive to our community’s needs and that depends upon strong partnerships. Our  ongoing  focus  is  to  maintain  a  balanced  budget  and  continue  to  focus  on  maintaining  service  levels  consistently  throughout the recent recession.   

 Providing Exception Service. As important as finding fiscal stability and strengthening our relationships and partnerships  is providing exceptional service . The most important asset the City has is its staff. Over the past few years our staff has  become increasingly customer‐oriented, delivering better and more cost effective services to our residents, businesses  and  development  community.  In  FY  13/14,  the  City’s  focus  will  be  on  providing  exceptional  service  to  our  residents,  businesses and development community. To accomplish this, City staff will need to continue to make improvements in  the timeliness, quality and responsiveness of what they do, while also focusing on the business goals of efficiency and  productivity.  


City Manager   

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)   Deliver  sustainable  development.  We  all  know  that  the  world  has  changed  significantly  in  the  ten  years  since  most  of  Lathrop’s  development  was  entitled.  Development  has  become  much  more  cost‐conscious,  much  more  difficult  to  finance, and much more defined by near term market realities.  Now economic conditions are starting to improve locally  and  the  City  of  Lathrop  is  seeing  stable  property  tax,  increasing  sales  tax  receipts,  more  optimism  from  our  local  businesses and development  community, and some increased interest from commercial, industrial and even residential  developers.  

 Infrastructure.  A  key  component  of  assisting  Economic  Development  is  to  be  prepared  and  ready  to  go  when  the  economy improves.  Staff’s priority; therefore, is focused on finding cost efficient options for wastewater capacity during  FY 13/14.   

Capital Requests  None   

Significant Operating Changes  None   

Staffing Summary FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)       Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Budget Analyst I/II 

0.50 

0.00 

0.00 

City Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Executive Assistant to the City Manager 

0.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

1.00 

0.00 

0.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.50 

2.00 

2.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2009 SETTLEMENTS 2060 ADVERTISING 2061 MARKETING 2065 PRINTING Total Materials & Supplies OFFICE SUPPLIES 3010 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4020 CONTINGENCY ACCOUNT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐1120‐412

Department: Division:

City Manager City Manager

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$               227,595 0 120 (47,982) 27,104 15,305 35,047 630 3,602 4,761 5,587 1,085 2,335 $               275,189

$             231,710 0 750 0 32,041 12,229 37,497 636 3,425 5,400 4,558 1,085 2,188 $             331,519

$                    252,925 0 0 0 31,745 8,901 34,800 598 4,410 5,400 3,966 868 1,795 $                    345,408

$               252,925 0 0 0 31,745 8,901 34,800 598 4,410 5,400 3,966 868 1,795 $               345,408

$                 18,554 0 7,200 0 54 $                 25,808

$                20,000 0 14,400 0 400 $                34,800

$                       20,000 0 14,400 0 400 $                       34,800

$                 20,000 0 14,400 0 400 $                 34,800

$                       395 865 4,279 $                   5,539

$                   1,500 1,400 6,600 $                   9,500

$                         1,000 1,400 6,600 $                         9,000

$                   1,000 1,400 6,600 $                   9,000

$                   1,400 128,329 $               129,729  TOTAL $                436,265

$                       ‐ 20,625 $                20,625 $              396,444

$                             ‐ 18,000 $                       18,000 $                     407,208

$                        ‐ 18,000 $                 18,000 $                407,208


Economic Development Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund Economic Development Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$           1,001,996

$             116,400

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$           1,001,996

$             116,400

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$                       ‐ $                 19,651 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $                 19,651

$                      ‐ $                91,789 $                      ‐ $                  1,000 $                      ‐ $             777,873 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             870,662

$                             ‐ $                       92,000 $                             ‐ $                       20,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    112,000

$                        ‐ $                 92,000 $                        ‐ $                 20,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               112,000


Economic Development  Description of Division         

The  Economic  Development  division  is  a  newly  integrated  fund  responsible  for  administering  projects  that  create  an  environment  where jobs are created, to attract and retain wealth and income growth into the Lathrop Community.  The City’s focus is to attract  development and business projects aimed to increase the City’s economic assets.  Functions of the Economic Development division  include:  Development Projects, Revitalization, and Community Investments. Currently the City’s Development Group is serving as the  Economic Development Team.    

Work Plan 2013/2014  As  we  continue  to  face  economic  uncertainty,  the  City  remains  committed  in  providing  responsible  and  fiscally  sound  development.    The  City  Manager’s  Office  is    dedicated  to  provide  the  best  possible  service  to  Lathrop’s  residents  and  businesses.  The City will continue to involve pertinent stakeholders in determining the best course of action to addressing  the  pressing  matters  and  plans  for  Lathrop’s  future.  The  City’s  focus  for  FY  13/14  and  beyond  is  to  promote  the  following   objectives important to the success of  our City. These objectives will be the foundation to improve our community’s financial and  social health: 

 Develop  Strategies  to  support  City’s  utility  infrastructure  projects.  The Development Group will play a key role in the  City’s business efforts focused on building and developing utility resources for the promotion of City‐wide development  and future growth. 

 Work  with  Federal,  State  and  County  advocacy  groups  to  identify  economic  indicators,  development  and  funding  opportunities  .  As  important  as  finding  fiscal  stability  and  strengthening  the  City’s  utility  infrastructure  is  leveraging  partnerships with economic related organizations and agencies aimed towards the City’s financial growth. 

Capital Requests  None   

Significant Operating Changes  None   

Staffing Summary FY 2013/2014  None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Total Materials & Supplies 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Capital Outlay 5035 LAND Total

Economic Development 105‐1130‐412

Department: Division:

Economic Development Economic Development

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                 19,651 $                 19,651

$                91,789 $                91,789

$                       92,000 $                       92,000

$                 92,000 $                 92,000

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ 1,000 $                   1,000

$                       15,000 5,000 $                       20,000

$                 15,000 5,000 $                 20,000

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$             777,873 $             777,873

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$             870,662

$                    112,000

$               112,000

0

 TOTAL $                 19,651


City of Lathrop – City Clerk’s Office FY 2013/2014

City Clerk

Senior Administrative Assistant (.50)


City Clerk Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                   7,014

$                  7,000

$                         5,000

$                   5,000

$                   7,014

$                  7,000

$                         5,000

$                   5,000

$               129,274 $                   5,294 $                       ‐ $                   2,640 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               137,208

$             120,010 $                25,000 $                      ‐ $                  3,605 $                  1,605 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             150,220

$                    169,602 $                         9,805 $                             ‐ $                         3,800 $                         1,700 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    184,907

$               169,602 $                   9,805 $                        ‐ $                   3,800 $                   1,700 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               184,907

                      0.50                       1.00 1.50

                              0.50                               1.00 1.50

0.50 1.00                        1.50

Departmental Staffing Senior Administrative Assistant 0.00 City Clerk                        1.00 Total City Clerk FTE 1.00


City Clerk  Description of Division  The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for records management, legislative history, and elections. Some of the duties include: 

 Coordinating City‐Wide Records Management Program, including creation, maintenance and disposition of records and  maintenance of Municipal Code, City Council Handbook of Rules and Procedures and various logs and publications 

 Preparing  legislative  documentation  for  Regular  Meetings,  Special  Meetings  and  Study  Sessions  of  the  City  Council,  including agendas, agenda packets, minutes, resolutions, ordinances and miscellaneous legal notices pursuant to State  law

 Conducting General and Special Municipal Elections called by the City Council and serving as the Elections Official  Administering campaign and economic interest reporting, maintaining Conflict of Interest Code and serving as the Filing  Official / Officer, pursuant to State law

 Managing contracts, bonds, bid openings, Board / Commission / Committee recruitments and legal noticing     Serving as Public Information Officer   Processing passports   Providing notary services   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Conducted 2012 General Municipal Election   Conducted biennial review of Conflict of Interest Code   Continued to preserve all vital records of the City of Lathrop  Continued organizing and streamlining processes of the City Clerk’s Office   Provided passport services  

 


City Clerk  Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Coordinate City‐Wide records disposition to be conducted annually   Continue to preserve all vital records of the City of Lathrop   Implement Contract Management and Tracking Program   Continue to provide passport services to the public   Continue to provide notary services to the public   Continue to organize and streamline processes of the City Clerk’s Office  

Capital Requests  None   

Significant Operating Changes  None 


City Clerk   

 Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

  Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

City Clerk 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

0.00 

0.50 

0.50 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.00 

1.50 

1.50 

 

   

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2057 ELECTIONS 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING Total Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5012 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT Total

General Fund 101‐1210‐411

Department: Division:

City Clerk City Clerk

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                 76,691 0 17,488 8,933 5,050 15,944 199 2,611 1,101 434 823 $               129,274

$                84,502 0 0 10,013 3,826 16,600 200 2,300 1,264 434 871 $             120,010

$                    116,675 250 0 14,644 4,120 26,100 289 3,955 1,726 651 1,192 $                    169,602

$               116,675 250 0 14,644 4,120 26,100 289 3,955 1,726 651 1,192 $               169,602

$                   2,992 0 2,302 0 $                   5,294

$                   4,500 15,000 5,000 500 $                25,000

$                         4,500 0 5,000 305 $                         9,805

$                   4,500 0 5,000 305 $                   9,805

$                   1,618 141 295 586 $                   2,640

$                   1,650 500 255 1,200 $                   3,605

$                         1,650 200 450 1,500 $                         3,800

$                   1,650 200 450 1,500 $                   3,800

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   1,605 $                   1,605

$                         1,700 $                         1,700

$                   1,700 $                   1,700

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$             150,220

$                    184,907

$               184,907

 TOTAL $               137,208


City of Lathrop – City Attorney’s Office FY 2013/2014

City Attorney

Legal Secretary


City Attorney Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                 17,756

$                20,500

$                       30,500

$                 30,500

$                 17,756

$                20,500

$                      30,500

$                 30,500

$               393,263 $                 47,509 $                       ‐ $                 10,551 $                 15,059 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               466,382

$             314,559 $             100,000 $                      ‐ $                11,400 $                26,060 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             452,019

$                    322,468 $                    100,000 $                             ‐ $                       11,400 $                       17,350 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    451,218

$               322,468 $               100,000 $                        ‐ $                 11,400 $                 17,350 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               451,218

                       1.00                        1.50 Total City Attorney FTE 2.50

                      1.00                       1.00 2.00

                              1.00                               1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00                        2.00

Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

Departmental Staffing City Attorney Legal Secretary

2012‐2013 Budget


City Attorney   

Description of Division    The City Attorney is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the City Council. Under policy direction, the City Attorney is charged with  the task of advising the City Council, City Manager, other Administrative Staff, and various boards and commissions of the City on all legal  aspects  of  municipal  operations.    The  City  Attorney  represents  the  City  in  civil  and  criminal  actions;  prosecutes  violations  of  City  ordinances; and drafts necessary legal documents, including ordinances, resolutions and contracts.  The City Attorney attends all regular  and  special  City  Council  meetings  and  Planning  Commission  meetings,  and,  when  necessary,  Council  Committee  meetings  and  other  advisory body meetings. The attorney‐client relationship is established for the City by advising members of the City Council and Staff in all  city‐related  matters.    Other  services  of  the  City  Attorney  include  coordination  with  the  City  Manager,  Department  Heads  and  general  staff.  The City Attorney also provides advice regarding relevant laws and supervises the work of outside counsel handling litigation and  other matters.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013  During  the  last  year,  the  City  Attorney’s  Office  has  processed  numerous  public  records  requests,  liability  claims  and  Municipal  Code  violations.    The  Office  has  also  assisted  the  City  in  resolving  several  law  suits  and  drafting  several  agreements  including:  1.)  UPRR  agreement to contribute approximately $1.4 Million to Roth Road/I‐5 Interchange, 2.) County reimbursement to  the City of $161,964 on  property  tax  administration  overcharges  and  3.)  Sales  Tax  settlement  resulting  in  payment  to  City  of  approximately  $1.7  Million.    In  addition, the City Attorney’s office has worked with the City’s development team to implement ongoing projects as directed by Council.   

Work Plan 2013/2014  The  City  Attorney  intends  to  continue  to  support  development  of  Lathrop  through  necessary  review,  consideration,  and  analysis  of  adopted or currently proposed projects.  Such support will include representation of the City during proceedings and litigation.  The City  Attorney also is committed to increasing the work output of the City Attorney’s Office and thereby limiting the cost of outside counsel.     

 


City Attorney   

 

 

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

 

   

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

         

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

City Attorney 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Legal Secretary 

1.50 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.50 

2.00 

2.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1310‐411

Department: Division:

City Attorney City Attorney

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               204,391 27,984 15 52,650 26,520 14,935 49,965 552 3,933 5,211 3,719 1,302 2,086 $               393,263

$             170,849 31,397 500 0 30,481 11,649 52,117 555 3,800 5,400 4,354 1,302 2,155 $             314,559

$                    230,366 0 500 0 28,913 8,111 38,024 568 4,410 5,400 3,641 868 1,667 $                    322,468

$               230,366 0 500 0 28,913 8,111 38,024 568 4,410 5,400 3,641 868 1,667 $               322,468

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2065 PRINTING Total

$                 47,509 0 $                 47,509

$             100,000 0 $             100,000

$                    100,000 0 $                    100,000

$               100,000 0 $               100,000

$                       987 0 5,850 900 2,814 $                 10,551

$                   1,000 0 6,500 900 3,000 $                11,400

$                         1,000 0 6,500 900 3,000 $                       11,400

$                   1,000 0 6,500 900 3,000 $                 11,400

15,059 $                 15,059

26,060 $                26,060

17,350 $                       17,350

17,350 $                 17,350

 TOTAL $               466,382

$             452,019

$                    451,218

$               451,218

Materials & Supplies OFFICE SUPPLIES 3010 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total


City of Lathrop – Finance Department FY 2013/2014

Director of Finance

IT Manager

Special Districts Manager

Accounting Manager

Executive Assistant IT Technician

Accountant I/II

Accounting Specialist I/II/ Technician (4)

Budget Analyst I/II

Budget Manager


Finance and Information Technology Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$           7,527,138

$          7,777,597

$                 7,706,886

$           7,706,886

$           7,527,138

$          7,777,597

$                 7,706,886

$           7,706,886

$           1,148,017 $               400,959 $                       ‐ $               184,535 $               231,402 $               143,245 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $           2,108,158

$             901,988 $             586,087 $                      ‐ $             247,039 $             209,125 $             102,449 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $          2,046,688

$                 1,130,536 $                    456,450 $                             ‐ $                    173,050 $                    127,622 $                       60,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,947,658

$           1,130,536 $               456,450 $                        ‐ $               173,050 $               127,622 $                 60,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,947,658

                      1.00                       1.00                       4.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00 0.00 0.00                       1.00                       1.00 0.00 0.00                       1.00 13.00

                              1.00                               1.00                               4.00 0.00 1.00                               1.00                               1.00                               1.00 0.00                               1.00                               1.00 0.00 0.00                               1.00 13.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 1.00                      13.00

Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

Departmental Staffing Accountant I/II Accounting Manager Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician Administrative Assistant Budget Analyst I/II Budget Manager Director of Finance Executive Assistant Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Manager Information Technology Technician Office Assistant I/II Senior Administrtive Assistant Special Districts Manager Total Finance FTE

                       1.00                        1.00                        4.00 0.00 0.00 1.00                        1.00 0.00                        1.00                        1.00                        1.00                        1.00 0.00                        1.00 13.00


Finance   

Description of Division    The  Accounting  Division  prepares  utility  bills,  collects  revenue,  invests  City  funds,  coordinates  the  City  budget,  issues  financial  reports,  issues  and  administers  debt,  administers  City  purchasing,  processes  City  payroll,  and  pays  City  bills  in  accordance  with  fiscal policies and internal controls.     

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Updated long‐range financial planning utilizing  five year forecasts for budget process   Provided quarterly General Fund updates to Council and City employees   Received the GFOA Award of Excellence in Financial Reporting   Provided customer service to utility residential customers and businesses   Prepared Cost Plan in compliance with AB 938 in order to recover overhead from state and federal grants   Assisted departments with grant administration   Attended 2 X 2 meetings between City of Lathrop and LMFD   Assisted with the project management of the Measure C Sales Tax Initiative   Coordinated  surplus equipment disposal and sale.   Administered employee benefits beginning October 2012.   Began implementation and training of new Enterprise Resource System (ERP).   Reviewed water and sewer rates and determined that a 2014 rate increase was not necessary.       


Finance   

   Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Water and Wastewater Rate Studies.  Continue to explore cost reduction opportunities keeping rate increases at     

a minimum and operating utilities at a fiscally responsible level.  Five Year Financial Plan.   Continue to update and revise  the model as needed for long‐range financial planning.   Policies  and  Procedures.    Review,  update  and  create  financial  policies  which  promote  financial  solvency  and  budget sustainability.     Special Financing Districts.  Manage the City’s debt and maintenance districts.   Bond  refunding.  Refinance  the  2003  Water  Revenue  Bonds.  This  will  reduce  debt  service  cost  and  assist  in  keeping water rate increases to a minimum. 

 

Capital Requests    None   

Significant Operating Changes   


Finance   

Staffing FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

 

Staffing Summary 

  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Accountant 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Accounting Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

0.00 

1.00 

0.00 

 

Budget Analyst I/II (confidential) 

0.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Budget Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Director of Finance 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Executive Assistant 

0.00 

0.00 

1.00 

Office Assistant I/II 

1.00 

0.00 

0.00 

Special Districts Manager 

0.54 

0.54 

0.54 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

6.54 

7.54 

7.54 

     

   

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1510‐412

Department: Division:

Finance Accounting

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1048 ANNUAL BILINGUAL PAY 1049 SDI 1099 EXPENSE VARIANCE Total

$               422,459 221 137,343 0 50,025 28,778 81,414 1,194 11,553 0 7,111 2,838 193 3,423 (8) $               746,544

$             473,687 1,100 0 0 63,350 24,218 90,669 1,275 10,392 0 8,510 2,838 200 4,207 0 $             680,446

$                    636,800 1,600 0 0 79,924 22,471 121,933 1,540 16,030 0 9,105 3,272 200 3,120 0 $                    895,995

$               636,800 1,600 0 0 79,924 22,471 121,933 1,540 16,030 0 9,105 3,272 200 3,120 0 $               895,995

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2020 SALES TAX AUDIT 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 93,248 4,551 0 7,197 0 613 $               105,609

$             121,637 64,000 100 13,500 1,000 800 $             201,037

$                       84,800 24,000 100 11,000 1,000 500 $                    121,400

$                 84,800 24,000 100 11,000 1,000 500 $               121,400

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                   8,362 70 206 3,248 179 732 226 $                 13,023

$                   8,824 0 300 176 500 2,100 5,100 $                17,000

$                         9,000 0 300 0 500 1,950 6,600 $                       18,350

$                   9,000 0 300 0 500 1,950 6,600 $                 18,350


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4041 RENTS 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐1510‐412

Department: Division:

Finance Accounting

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$               153,923 0 23 53,058 $               207,004

$             150,000 0 0 28,730 $             178,730

$                       90,000 0 0 15,972 $                    105,972

$                 90,000 0 0 15,972 $               105,972

 TOTAL $           1,072,180

$          1,077,213

$                 1,141,717

$           1,141,717


Information Technology     

Description of Division    The  Information  Technology  Division  (IT)  provides  information  technology  services  to  the  public,  City  Council,  and  all  City  departments.    IT  provides  the  support  and  leadership  required  to  ensure  that  the  full  benefit  of  the  City’s  investments  in  technology is realized. IT supports approximately 100 users who depend on the 140 computers, 20 servers, 100 telephones,  10  Routers,  10  Data  Switches,  internal  and  external  network  security,  10  voice/data  circuits  and  a  number  of  information  systems  located across the city.  IT also began to support the Lathrop‐Manteca Fire District technology systems and supports the public  facing  information  systems  including  Channel  97  and  the  City’s  website  which  receives  an  average  of  approximately    210  visits  each day.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Completed 4,400 Help Desk support requests    Completed porting of the New Corporation Yard surveillance system   Performed a security audit with the aid of an external technology company   Developed a RFP for ERP (Enterprise Resource Plan) system   Implemented 90% of the security audit recommendations   Deployed  20 new systems    Designed the Disaster Recovery Plan infrastructure to leverage the New Corp Yard site   Implementation of Virtual system to reduce energy consumption and received over $3,000 from PG&E   Continued maintenance of the City’s website 


Information Technology     

  Work Plan 2013/2014    The highest priority of the Information Technology Division:     Continue the Annual security audit    Implementation of the security audit recommendations   Continue maintenance of the City’s website   Consolidation of servers into new technology to reduce cost and implementation of the DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan)   Implementation of the DRP at the new Corp Yard    Migration  of  the  email  system  to  new  software  to  accommodate  the  DRP  and    meet  the  records  retention  requirements    Development and support of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) infrastructure     Implementation of Wireless to replace carriers circuits to reduce approximately $24,000 annually    Continue system refresh to reduce costs and labor   Design and Implementation of Wireless Wide Area Network    Work Plan Maintenance Contracts    Chameleon           $8,500  Chameleon  is  Animal  Service’s  case  management  system  which  tracks  both  service  requests  and  registered  animals  in  Lathrop.  Additionally Chameleon ties to Pet Harbor, an online animal shelter that allows people to view lost or adoptable animals. This is the  annual software license and support renewal.     HTE          $70,000  The City utilizes the HTE system for general financial operations, utility billing, human resources functions, permitting, work orders  and  budgeting.  HTE  costs  include  the  yearly  software  license  renewal,  as  well  as  the  maintenance  and  technical  support  agreement.   


Information Technology 

  Various Contract Renewals        $194,500    Software & Hardware contract renewals to maintain systems functionality and cost reduction for the following:     Service Desk Maintenance $3,500 — Software licensing compliance     Telephone Maintenance $15,000 — Software licensing compliance     Server Maintenance $10,000   AutoCad Civil 3D license renewal $4,000—every other year   GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Maintenance cost of $15,000     Imaging Laser Fiche system at a cost of $9,000 — Software licensing compliance     Permit soft — permit tracking  maintenance and hosting at a cost of $18,000    Microsoft License  at a cost of $21,000 — Software licensing compliance     Internet DNS Maintenance  $1,000   ASCAP‐Music fees — $2,000 — Software licensing compliance     New World Maintenance support at a cost of $45,000 — Software licensing compliance     Phone Switch/Firewall/Router/Switches Maintenance $21,000 — Software licensing compliance     Email System Archiver & OS $15,000 — Software licensing compliance     Offsite Data Backup—Barracuda $15,000    Professional Services   

External Security Audits        $15,000  An  external  security  audit  is  planned  for  the  2013‐2014  budget  cycle.  This  audit  covers  the  labor  of  an  independent  outside  consultant  to  test  internal  and  external  Network,  Email  and  Active  Directory  security  of  the  City’s  computing  systems  and  recommend necessary changes as well as a design of the recommendations. This  approach is considered to be a best practice in  the  industry  because  of  the  costs  associated  to  own  the  tools  as  well  as  the  experience  necessary  to  evaluate  the  data,  and  compliance with the Grand Jury report.     

 

 

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued) 


Information Technology   

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)    Exchange and A.D. Upgrade                $20,000  The  Current  servicer  software  is  “end  of  life”  and  for  security  purposes  it  needs  to  be  replaced.  This    cost  includes  software  licenses and the migration of current system.   

Printer Maintenance Support         $25,000  The  Information  Technology  department  performed  a  four  month  study  of  all  the  printers  and  copiers  in  the  City.  After  this  evaluation,  we  invited  the  three  companies  that  are  currently  providing  the  support    of  these  devices,    to  submit  a  one  year  contract proposal to provide supplies (paper not included), maintenance and support. After evaluation of the submitted costs,  we  selected    the  company  that  would  provide  the  best  service  with  the  best  price  to  the  City.  With  this  newly  proposed  maintenance  contract,  the  City  has  reduced  costs  by  approximately  $15,000  annually  and  a  significant  amount  of  labor  from  staff to repair the devices including the ordering process of supplies (paper not included).    Enterprise Resource Planning System RFP (CIP GG1109)      $600,925  The  City  currently  has  and  supports  three  different  computer  software  systems  with  very  limited  integration  between  them,  which generates a significant amount of manual labor. Several benefits could be achieved with an Enterprise Resource Planning  system.  For  instance,  the  manual  labor  for  integration  is  eliminated.  Additionally,  Citizens  and  Businesses  would  have  the  capability  to  review  and/or  make  payments  to  accounts  via  the  internet  for  business  licenses,  vendor  purchase  orders,  and  invoicing. The project will bring all three systems together with  new technology and in the process save the City approximately  $1.2 Million over 10 years in annual maintenance costs.    Maintenance and Repair requests.  Emergency Hardware / Software        $23,500  Emergency hardware and software covers unanticipated but necessary purchases of equipment or repairs to equipment. Most  of the network infrastructure are out of warranty for fiscal year 13/14. 


Information Technology 

 Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)    Telecommunication   Voice and Data          $125,000  The City has six data circuits and three voice circuits. The data circuits are used to connect all the sites to give the users  access to    functionality  such as email, internet, Finance System, phone system, and many others.  The above amount  also  includes  costs  for  60  cellular  phones,  internet  circuit,  and  a  multitude  of  dedicated  phone  lines  for  alarms,  water  pumps and other systems.     

Capital Requests   

Equipment Replacement   Replacement of systems         $60,000  Currently the City  expends approximately $30,000 a year for data connections between sites. The proposed infrastructure  will replace these connections and have a return on investment within two years. After completion, the City will reduce its  annual telecommunication charges by $30,000.   

Significant Operating Changes      none    


Information Technology   

  

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

 

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

   

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Information Technology Analyst 

1.00 

0.00 

0.00 

Information Technology Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Information Technology Technician 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

3.00 

2.00 

2.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1520‐412

Department: Division:

Finance Information Technology

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1048 ANNUAL BILINGUAL PAY 1049 SDI Total

$               205,218 696 100,715 0 24,138 13,590 46,334 552 3,933 0 3,151 1,302 0 1,844 $               401,473

$             129,603 1,000 0 0 27,798 10,631 41,428 555 3,800 0 3,546 1,302 0 1,879 $             221,542

$                    163,901 500 0 0 20,571 5,785 34,800 408 4,410 0 2,331 868 0 967 $                    234,541

$               163,901 500 0 0 20,571 5,785 34,800 408 4,410 0 2,331 868 0 967 $               234,541

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 34,586 225,186 341 0 0 35,237 $               295,350

$                41,300 306,000 0 250 2,000 35,500 $             385,050

$                       36,300 273,000 0 250 2,000 23,500 $                    335,050

$                 36,300 273,000 0 250 2,000 23,500 $               335,050

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3015 DUPLICATING COSTS 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3053 PHONE SERVICES 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       300 30,546 0 45 24,864 115,399 160 198 $               171,512

$                      500 25,000 0 500 52,379 148,000 160 3,500 $             230,039

$                            500 25,000 0 500 0 125,000 200 3,500 $                    154,700

$                       500 25,000 0 500 0 125,000 200 3,500 $               154,700


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1520‐412

Department: Division:

Finance Information Technology

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Fixed Charges 4041 RENTS 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                 22,168 0 2,230 $                 24,398

$                25,000 0 5,395 $                30,395

$                       15,000 0 6,650 $                       21,650

$                 15,000 0 6,650 $                 21,650

Capital Outlay 5010 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 5012 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT Total

$                       ‐ 143,245 $               143,245

$                14,000 88,449 $             102,449

$                             ‐ 60,000 $                       60,000

$                        ‐ 60,000 $                 60,000

 TOTAL $           1,035,978

$             969,475

$                    805,941

$               805,941


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 


City of Lathrop – Administrative Services Department FY 2013/2014 Director of Administrative Services / Interim Director of Parks and Recreation

Human Resources

Risk Management

Senior Administrative Assistant (.50)

Central Services

Emergency Services

Culture and Recreation

Animal Services Division

Animal Services Assistant Animal Services Officer (2)

Budget Analyst I/II (.20)

Budget Analyst I/II (.80) Programs Division Sports, Programs, Classes, Kid Club, Events, Facilities

Projects Division

Projects & Programs Manager (.50) Projects & Programs Manager (.50)

Lathrop Generation Center

Senior Center

Community Center

Construction Mgnt Planning & Design

Parks & Recreation Administrator Inspections Office Assistant Contracts/Specs Recreation Supervisor (2)

Senior Center Manager

Recreation Coordinator

Sr. Recreation Leader (3.75 Facilities Supervisor (.66) +1.20 @ 12/1/13 Recreation Leader 11 = 3.70 FTE


Human Resources Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                       ‐

$                      ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$                       ‐

$                      ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$             119,706 $                52,150 $                      ‐ $                11,250 $                  2,624 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             185,730

$                    136,210 $                       10,600 $                             ‐ $                       10,050 $                         3,425 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    160,285

$               136,210 $                 10,600 $                        ‐ $                 10,050 $                   3,425 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               160,285

0.00                       0.40                         ‐                         ‐                       0.50 0.90

0.00                               0.50                                ‐                                ‐                               0.50 1.00

0.00 0.50 0.00 0.00 0.50                        1.00

$               170,950 $                 13,132 $                       ‐ $                   5,420 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               189,502

Departmental Staffing Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Human Resources Director of Neighborhhod and Comm Serv Senior Administrative Assistant Total Human Resources FTE

2012‐2013 Budget

                       0.50                          ‐                          ‐                        0.70                          ‐ 1.20


Human Resources   

Description of Division  The Human Resources Division includes the duties normally assigned to Personnel, Risk Management, and Safety Coordinator.  This  division  handles  all  recruitment,  examination  and  selection  of  employees;  all  employee  personnel  records,  employee  training,  and  coordinating with CSJVRMA for risk management, safety programs, EAP, liability, property, vehicles, and worker’s compensation.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013             

Recruited  for 7  full‐time positions and 3 part‐time positions through the end of April 2013.  Provided CPR/first Aide training to City staff.  Staff attended various HR workshops offered through our Employment Relations Consortium.  Ongoing update of HR Department web pages.  Processed auto claims and City property damage claims to recover costs to repair damages to City property.   Administered employee benefits prior to transferring function to the Finance Department in October 2012.  Processed renewals of risk and liability program policies.  Continued  department assessment of policies & procedures, updating/reorganizing record keeping procedures, develop  standard forms for City‐wide use.  Coordinated quarterly all‐staff informational meetings.  Coordinated annual employee luncheon and recognition event.  Created Military Leave/Return documents/process; uploaded to website for easy reference.  Organized Management Leadership workshops for the Department Heads, City Manager and City Attorney 

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   Provide safety and customer service trainings.   Continue to handle new and vacant position recruitments as well as other personnel matters.   Reorganize  confidential  employee  record  filing  system  to  better  meet  the  needs  of  the  department  while  remaining   compliant with employment law and records retention.   Continue department assessment and identify best practices.   The HR Department will also continue to research employee programs that would benefit our employees.   Coordinate trainings with department staff.   


Human Resources   

  Capital Requests   

None 

 

Significant Operating Changes   Director  of  Administrative  Services  Classification.    The  Director  of  Human  Resources  position  was  eliminated  and  Human  Resources  functions  were  added  to  the  Director  of  Neighborhood  and  Community  Services  classification;  the  Neighborhood and Community Services Director was renamed the Director of Administrative Services. In addition, as part  of an internal reorganization, a Senior Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the Department and the  Budget Analyst has been relocated to the Finance Department.  The departmental budget and employee benefits are now  managed by the Finance Department.  

   The duties of the Parks and Recreation Director classification continue to be performed by the new Director of  Administrative Services.   Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary 

  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Budget Analyst I/II 

0.50 

0.00 

0.00 

Dir of Administrative Services 

0.70 

0.40 

0.50 

Sr. Administrative Assistant 

0.00 

0.50 

0.50  

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.20 

0.90 

1.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1410‐412

Department: Division:

Adminstrative Services Human Resources

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               102,151 120 25,438 12,158 6,844 18,545 264 2,158 1,635 521 1,116 $               170,950

$                87,349 250 0 9,805 3,746 14,551 192 1,295 1,294 391 833 $             119,706

$                       97,657 250 0 12,257 3,442 17,400 219 2,205 1,530 434 816 $                    136,210

$                 97,657 250 0 12,257 3,442 17,400 219 2,205 1,530 434 816 $               136,210

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2060 ADVERTISING 2062 PHYSICAL/PRE‐EMPLOYMENT 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 10,750 866 1,008 508 0 0 $                 13,132

$                43,950 6,000 1,800 400 0 0 $                52,150

$                         2,000 6,000 2,000 400 100 100 $                       10,600

$                   2,000 6,000 2,000 400 100 100 $                 10,600

$                       123 135 1,868 3,263 0 31 $                   5,420

$                      800 250 1,800 4,500 1,000 2,900 $                11,250

$                         1,000 250 1,800 4,500 1,000 1,500 $                       10,050

$                   1,000 250 1,800 4,500 1,000 1,500 $                 10,050

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   2,624 $                   2,624

$                         3,425 $                         3,425

$                   3,425 $                   3,425

$             185,730

$                    160,285

$               160,285

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3047 AWARDS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

 TOTAL $               189,502


Central Services Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                   7,503

$                      ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$                   7,503

$                      ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

$             112,050 $                  1,800 $                      ‐ $                74,150 $             312,700 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             626,250 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $          1,126,950

$                    112,300 $                         2,900 $                             ‐ $                       75,000 $                    323,200 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    626,250 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,139,650

$               112,300 $                   2,900 $                        ‐ $                 75,000 $               323,200 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               626,250 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,139,650

$                 82,505 $                   9,900 $                       ‐ $                 65,704 $               277,273 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               626,244 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $           1,061,626


Central Services   

Description of Division  The Central Services Division provides a focal point for expenses that overlap one or more departments.  It is more cost‐effective to  budget in a single area than in each department. This division does not include direct services to the public, nor does it include any  staff that is dedicated to this function only.      Included in this budget are the following expenditures: 



City share of retiree medical insurance premiums 



Employee educational assistance program 



City Staff trainings 



Postage and express mail delivery services 



Annual  payment  to  CSJVRMA  for  administration,  risk  management,  liability,  property,  vehicle  and  employee  assistance  insurance coverage 



Annual lease payments for City Hall 

Accomplishments 2012/2013  

As outlined above 

Work Plan 2013/2014  

As outlined above 

Capital Requests  None 

Significant Operating Changes  None 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1440‐412

Department: Division:

Adminstrative Services Central Services

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1025 RETIREMENT‐EMP'RR HEALTH 1026 COBRA INSURANCE PAYMENTS Total

$                 82,092 413 $                 82,505

$             110,700 1,350 $             112,050

$                    112,300 0 $                    112,300

$               112,300 0 $               112,300

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2009 SETTLEMENTS 2065 PRINTING Total

$                       900 9,000 0 $                   9,900

$                      900 0 900 $                   1,800

$                         1,900 0 1,000 $                         2,900

$                   1,900 0 1,000 $                   2,900

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3015 DUPLICATING COSTS 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4031 GENERAL LIAB. INSURANCE 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4041 RENTS 4080 BAD DEBT Total

$                   8,138 55,091 0 0 0 1,481 994 $                 65,704

$                   8,500 57,200 0 300 0 800 7,350 $                74,150

$                         8,000 57,200 0 300 0 800 8,700 $                       75,000

$                   8,000 57,200 0 300 0 800 8,700 $                 75,000

$               212,273 35,000 30,000 0 $               277,273

$             282,700 0 30,000 0 $             312,700

$                    292,700 0 30,500 0 $                    323,200

$               292,700 0 30,500 0 $               323,200

Debt Service 8001 PRINCIPAL 8002 INTEREST Total

$               249,347 376,897 $               626,244

$             626,250 0 $             626,250

$                    626,250 0 $                    626,250

$               626,250 0 $               626,250

 TOTAL $           1,061,626

$          1,126,950

$                 1,139,650

$           1,139,650


Animal Services  Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                 99,443

$             152,445

$                       98,800

$                 98,800

$                 99,443

$             152,445

$                      98,800

$                 98,800

$               210,584 $                 11,689 $                 27,312 $                 11,570 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               261,155

$             198,848 $                15,306 $                75,500 $                19,179 $                     656 $                52,145 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $             361,634

$                    237,483 $                       14,806 $                       51,500 $                       21,579 $                         1,370 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    326,738

$               237,483 $                 14,806 $                 51,500 $                 21,579 $                   1,370 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               326,738

$             361,634

$                    326,738

$               326,738

Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

Animal Services Grand Total

Departmental Staffing Animal Services Assistant Animal Services Officer Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Neighborhood & Com Serv Total Animal Services FTE

$               261,155

1.00 2.00 0.10 0.00 0.10 3.20

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.10 0.00 3.30

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.20 0.00 3.40

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.20 0.00                        3.40


Animal Services   

Description of Division   

Animal Services is comprised of three major program areas: Field, Shelter and Administrative services, responsible for the efficient  and  effective  enforcement  of  all  Federal,  State  and  Local  laws  regulating  animals  and  ownership,  including,  but  not  limited  to,  licensing,  care  and  control  of  animals,  sheltering  of  stray,  unwanted,  injured,  or  sick  animals,  nuisance  abatement,  humane  investigations  and  public  education.    Animal  Services  administers  the  State‐mandated  rabies  program  including  vaccine  clinics,  reporting  bites  and  the  quarantine  of  animals.    Additionally,  Animal  Services  is  responsible  for  maintaining  compliance  with  all  Federal  and  State  laws  regulating  the  animal  welfare  industry,  including  the  Hayden  Bill  which  mandates  numerous  programs  including  spay/neuter  of  all  adopted  animals,  rescue  &  foster,  lost  &  found,  treatment  of  sick/injured  animals  and  longer  stray  holding periods, as well as maintaining compliance with the PETS Act through coordination with county, state and federal agencies  to provide the community with an emergency evacuation plan inclusive of animals in and after a disaster.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013              

Continued Partnership with Pet Smart Adoption Partner Charities  Maintained Lost/Found/Adopt portals via website  Continued agreement with local Veterinarian for spay/neuter of all adopted Lathrop animals  National Night Out participation  Participation in the Lathrop Police Citizen’s Academy  Participation in Junior Police Academy  Participation in approximately 6 adoption rotations at Pet Smart for cats/kittens resulting in at least 60 additional  adoptions.  Staff also volunteered weekend adoptions.  Researched and implemented vaccination on intake policy for shelter animals using UC Davis shelter Medicine  Program guidelines.  Participation in approximately 9 weekend adoptions for dogs resulting in at least 10 additional adoptions  Attended 2013 Animal Care Conference in February which included several training seminars and a Pre‐Conference  Workshop involving recognition of human responses to stressful situations and their impact on officer safety.  Officers  gained valuable knowledge and increased safety awareness.  Tiered licensing fees resulted in more spay/neutered dogs, which directly affects intake of animals.     


Animal Services   

 Work Plan 2013/2014  The highest priorities for the Animal Services Department are to continue and enhance: 

   

Existing adoption program to include an aggressive adoption program for dogs  Existing Spay/Neuter program to include low‐cost services to the community  Low‐Cost Rabies vaccination clinics; increasing the number of clinics  Public education regarding spay/neutering, safety issues, etc.  In coordination and compliance with State Law, develop: 

 Veterinary service contracts for the department   Microchip clinics   Foster and  Volunteer programs   

Capital Requests   

 Miscellaneous Equipment (101‐1610‐412‐3037): $400 is budgeted for miscellaneous equipment.   

Significant Operating Changes   In Fiscal Year 2012/2013, the Animal Services Division was moved from the Neighborhood and Community Services  Department to the Administrative Services Department along with the Human Resources Department and Emergency   Services Division.  The Animal Services Division proposes no significant operating changes for this fiscal year.   

 The Administrative Services Director currently oversees the Human Resources Department, Animal Services  Department and  the Parks & Recreation Department.  The following budgetary allocation is proposed to change as  follows for Fiscal Year 2013/2014:     

FY 2012/2013 

FY 2013/2014 

 

 

 

Human Resources 

40% 

50% 

Animal Services 

10% 

20% 

   

   

   

Parks & Recreation 

50% 

30% 

 


Animal Services   

  

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

   

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

Administrative Services Director 

0.00 

0.10 

0.20 

 

Animal Services Assistant 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Animal Services Officer 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Budget Analyst I/II 

0.10 

0.10 

0.20 

 

Dir of Neighborhood & Com Services 

0.10 

0.00 

0.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.20 

2.20 

2.40 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1610‐412

Department: Division:

Adminstrative Services Animal Services

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1048 ANNUAL BILINGUAL PAY 1049 SDI Total

$                 99,492 1,019 32,193 8,152 11,809 6,659 34,527 273 13,482 1,656 955 193 174 $               210,584

$             115,097 1,350 0 10,000 13,502 5,182 36,179 275 14,065 1,854 955 200 189 $             198,848

$                    139,127 1,400 0 10,000 17,462 4,928 41,760 336 18,982 2,115 1,042 0 331 $                    237,483

$               139,127 1,400 0 10,000 17,462 4,928 41,760 336 18,982 2,115 1,042 0 331 $               237,483

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   8,576 0 0 1,644 1,449 20 $                 11,689

$                10,000 500 50 2,000 2,606 150 $                15,306

$                       10,000 0 50 2,000 2,606 150 $                       14,806

$                 10,000 0 50 2,000 2,606 150 $                 14,806

$                 27,312 $                 27,312

$                75,500 $                75,500

$                       51,500 $                       51,500

$                 51,500 $                 51,500

$                       443 2,671 23 200 4,159 0 355

$                   1,000 2,600 250 200 4,000 200 400

$                         1,000 2,600 250 200 5,000 200 400

$                   1,000 2,600 250 200 5,000 200 400

InterGov. Contract Services 2512 ANIMAL SHELTER/INTERGOVT Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3054 UNALTERED IMPOUND ANIMAL 3055 PERSMART SPAY/NEUTER EXP 3056 FORFEITED SPAY NEUTER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

General Fund 101‐1610‐412

Department: Division:

Adminstrative Services Animal Services

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       259 168 0 2,717 0 305 270 $                 11,570

$                   2,300 225 500 5,000 100 404 2,000 $                19,179

$                         2,300 225 1,000 4,000 2,000 404 2,000 $                       21,579

$                   2,300 225 1,000 4,000 2,000 404 2,000 $                 21,579

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                      656 $                      656

$                         1,370 $                         1,370

$                   1,370 $                   1,370

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                52,145 $                52,145

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$             361,634

$                    326,738

$               326,738

 TOTAL $               261,155


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  


City of Lathrop – Community Development FY 2013/2014

Director of Community Development/City Engineer

Management Analyst I/II

Planning

Building/Code Compliance

Principal Planner

Chief Building Official

Sr. Administrative Assistant Planning (.33) Building (.34) Public Works (.33)

Permit Technician

Sr. Administrative Assistant Planning (.33) Building (.34) Public Works (.33)

Senior Planner Building Inspector III

Building Inspector/ Code Compliance Officer II


Community Development Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Public Nuisance

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$               682,249 $                 21,998

$             723,826 $                25,000

$                    540,554 $                       11,766

$               540,554 $                 11,766

$               704,247

$             748,826

$                    552,320

$               552,320

$               807,093 $               132,086 $                       ‐ $                 12,838 $                 15,826 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $               967,843

$             964,558 $             317,062 $                       ‐ $                23,344 $                29,426 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $          1,334,390

$                 1,000,826 $                    245,275 $                             ‐ $                       19,950 $                       19,890 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,285,941

$           1,000,826 $               245,275 $                        ‐ $                 19,950 $                 19,890 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,285,941

Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

Public Nuisance Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Public Nuisance Total

$                       ‐ $                 17,879 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   3,434 $                 21,313

$                       ‐ $                23,894 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                  1,106 $                25,000

$                             ‐ $                       10,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         1,766 $                      11,766

$                        ‐ $                 10,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   1,766 $                 11,766

Community Development Grand Total

$               989,156

$          1,359,390

$                 1,297,707

$           1,297,707


Community Development Department Budget Summary

Departmental Staffing Building Inspector I/II/III Chief Building Official Code Enforcement Officer I/II/III Director of Com Dev/City Engineer Management Analyst I/II Office Assistant I/II Permit Technician Principal Planner Senior Administrative Assistant Senior Planner Total Community Development FTE

2011‐2012 Actual

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 8.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

2013‐2014 City Council 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00                        9.00


Community Development—Planning   

Description of Division  The Planning Division is responsible for promoting  the City’s development, encouraging new business  and business expansion and  retention,  residential  and  other  appropriate  growth,  preparing  and  implementing  the  General  Plan,  Zoning  and  Subdivision  Ordinances,  and  processing  Specific  Plans,  Plan  Amendments,  Urban  Design  Concepts,  Conditional  Use  Permits,  Site  Plan  Reviews,  Home Occupation Permits, Administrative Permits and other discretionary and non‐discretionary applications.    The  Planning  Division  provides  assistance  to  the  Code  Compliance  program  including  code  interpretations  with  the  objective  of  improving  and  enhancing  the  existing  community.    The  Planning  Division  is  responsible  for  implementing  and  administering  the  Community Development Block Grant Program.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Central Lathrop Specific Plan: master planned community began in 2006.  Project consists of 6,800 dwelling units, approximately  5 million square feet of new retail/office space, the Generation Center, a High School for Lathrop, K‐8 schools, parks, and open  space.  A 62 large lot subdivision was recorded in 2006 and a tentative map for 1,040 single‐family lots within 10 villages was  approved in early 2007.  Manteca Unified School District completed construction of Lathrop High School which opened the fall of  2008.  The City is cooperatively working with the developers to generate residential and retail commercial interest to facilitate  construction on the undeveloped building sites and parcels.  

 River  Islands:  Phase  1  began  in  2007.      The  Phase  1  tentative  subdivision  map  comprised  of  1,350  net  acres  and  created  approximately 4,200 residential parcels, as well as commercial and office space, parks, and public facilities land uses.   The project  developer  completed  improvements  to  Stewart  Road  to  provide  access  to  the  new  Charter  School  and  facilitate  the  first   residential and commercial construction anticipated to begin in 2013.  The Bradshaw Bridge/River Islands Parkway  completed  construction.  The  Charter  School  is  scheduled  to  open  August  2013.    A  Vesting  Tentative  Map  application  and  amended  development agreement for River Islands Phase II large lot parcels was processed and approved. 

 The Mossdale Landing, Mossdale Landing East, and Mossdale Landing South development projects continue to grow.  To date,  approximately 1,940 residential building permits have been issued; 5 in 03/04, 582 in 04/05, 626 in 05/06, 260 in 06/07, 23 in  07/08, 25 in 08/09, 166 in 09/10, 91 in 10/11, 63 in 11/12 and 140 so far in 12/13.  The City experienced  an increase in new  residential  building  permits  over  the  previous  FY.    The  City  is  cooperatively  working  with  the  developers  to  generate  retail  commercial interest to facilitate construction on the undeveloped building sites and parcels.  


Community Development—Planning   

     Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued) 

 Lathrop Gateway Business Park Specific Plan—project EIR and limited entitlements were approved by  Planning Commission and  City Council for a 384‐acre specific plan area with approximately 57 acres of commercial office uses, 168 acres of limited indus‐ trial uses, 83 acres of service commercial uses and the remaining 77 acres in roads, and public facility sites.  On January 23, 2012  the City Council approved partial Annexation of the specific plan area which was approved by LAFCO  on  June 1, 2012. 

 South Lathrop Specific Plan—Richland Development has submitted a Specific Plan and associated applications for approximately  300 acres of land south of Highway 120 to develop as a business/industrial park. 

 Approved new commercial, industrial and residential projects during the 12/13 fiscal year, including but not limited to:   Simplot—Conditional Use Permit approved Fusion Ammonium Sulfate/Nitrate (FASN) production system to provide ad‐ ditional production capability from the existing fertilizer granulation plant.  

 O’Reilly Auto Parts ‐ approved a preliminary site plan to construct a  7,000 s.f. retail store.   Nationwide Fleet Sales, approved re‐occupancy of the former Delta Powersport building.   Antonini Enterprises Trucking Terminal ‐ approved re‐occupancy of the former Home Depot cross‐dock facility.   KT Builders—17 Residential Lots Tract 3600  Architectural Design was approved.   California Natural Products—General Plan, Zoning Map and Text amendment and Site Plan Review.   San Joaquin County Habitat Plan—Annual 2013 Fee Update approved in October 2012.   San Joaquin Enterprise Zone—approved expansion.  Spec Ops Live Play—Temporary Use Permit proposal to operate to operate an ancillary laser tag/gaming business in ex‐ isting space in D’Arcy Business Park.

 Image  Changer  Church—approved  Conditional  Use  permit  for  a  church    to  move  into  17270  Golden  Valley  Parkway.   Preschool  was approved to be located at the same site.

 Approved Conditional Use Permit for a 9,600 s.f. City of Lathrop Generation Community Center to be located on Spartan  Way.

 IN‐N‐Out Burger Facility—Approved the expansion of 25,750  s.f. addition consisting of 18,955 meat processing opera‐ tion, a 3,297 s.f. office area, and 3,496 s.f. utility/mechanical area.


Community Development—Planning   

Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)    Approved several annual events held by the Senior Center, Give Every Child a Chance, Dell’Osso Farms, Eagle’s Nest Harley  Davidson, Guadalupe Church, Lathrop Carnival and Modesto Street Rods. 

 Staff was active in the review and comment on surrounding jurisdiction development and projects including but not limited to;  Manteca  ‐ Several Projects;  San Joaquin County—KSC Travel Center—UPRR Intermodal Facility. 

 FEMA’s Community Rating System— staff completed and received annual recertification approval for FEMA’s National Flood  Insurance Rating Program.   Staff is working with CRS coordinator to maintain our certification. 

 DWR/FEMA Community Assistance Visit – staff met with DWR staff and received input on our Flood Plain Management Ordinance  to maintain National Flood Insurance Program participation. 

 Enterprise Zone—TEA modification and Zone Boundaries processed through Council.   Approved Architectural Design review and pre‐plotting of Phase 1 for William Lyon Homes in Tracts 3468 in Mossdale Village  specific plan area.  Developer expects to complete the 102 lot subdivision this year.  WORK PLAN 2013/2014 

 Provide ongoing support for the Economic Development Team.   The Community Development Department‐Planning Division will continue to implement the General Plan, the West Lathrop  Specific Plan, Lathrop Gateway Specific Plan, the Central Lathrop Specific Plan and process the South Lathrop Specific Plan. 

 Continue to work with the Lathrop Gateway Business Park Specific Plan to find a major anchor or tenant.   Continue to work with LBA Realty and LN Real Estate to find major anchor tenants for their approved but unconstructed  industrial buildings. 

 Continue  to assist and work with Land Park at Lathrop (CLSP), Mossdale Village and River Islands developers to review, process  and implement the Specific Plans.      


Community Development—Planning   

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)   Continue to work with South Lathrop Specific Plan to complete annexation into the City.   Continue to process active current planning projects including but not limited to:   USA Motors, proposal to expand the sales lot.   Pegasus—Tract 3626 Revision—proposal to revise previously approved Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map consisting  of 74 lots for single family housing to become a 48 lot subdivision. 

 Confab facility—General Plan Map amendment, Zoning Map amendment and Lot Merger update.   IS/MND  for  MBR  Plant  Expansion—the  NOC  has  been  noticed,  mailed  and  delivered  to  OPR,  agencies  and  owners  within 300’ radius. 

 Architectural Review of New Residential Homes for River Islands   Architectural Review of New Residential Development for Tract 3600, 3411 and 3338.   Provide Economic Development support including: research, city tours, new business needs analysis, relocation research, and  support to San Joaquin Council of Governments, and demographic research and updates. 

 Effectively manage the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.   Continue to be active in the review and comment on surrounding jurisdiction development and projects including but not  limited to; Manteca—NW Airport Way Master Plan (Center Point industrial project); SJ County—Railroad Intermodal Facility. 

 Continue to promote quality infill development within the existing community, including housing.   


Community Development—Planning   

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)  Capital Requests  None   

 

 

 

 

 

Significant Operating Changes   Continue to work with San Joaquin County and the cities of Tracy, Manteca, Lodi, and Stockton who have been awarded an  Enterprise Zone by the State of California starting in July 2008 and continuing for 15 years.  The State of California will offer  businesses large tax breaks if it is located within the Enterprise Zone.  Each of the cities is required to cover its fair share of the  costs of administering the program and to encourage businesses to locate in their industrial and commercial areas.  The City  has committed to funding San Joaquin County $50,000 for its share. 


Community Development—Planning   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Dir of Com Dev/City Engineer 

0.35 

0.30 

0.30 

Director of Public Works 

0.05 

0.00 

0.00 

Management Analyst I/II 

0.50 

0.45 

0.45 

Principal Planner 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

0.34 

0.34 

0.34 

Senior Planner 

0.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.24 

3.09 

3.09 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐2010‐441

Department: Division:

Community Development Planning

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               181,817 0 12,586 0 21,616 12,098 32,820 0 609 4,471 113 2,677 1,303 1,981 $               272,091

$             265,042 450 0 0 24,230 9,254 32,664 0 585 3,698 120 3,147 929 2,022 $             342,141

$                    283,071 450 0 0 35,528 9,983 50,797 0 699 8,769 0 3,929 1,341 1,754 $                    396,321

$               283,071 450 0 0 35,528 9,983 50,797 0 699 8,769 0 3,929 1,341 1,754 $               396,321

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2002 PLANNING COMMISSION 2004 PERSONNEL 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2069 Total

$                 38,572 720 1,072 45,689 1,116 90 0 $                 87,259

$             174,685 2,000 2,500 60,000 1,000 500 0 $             240,685

$                    100,000 2,000 2,500 60,000 1,000 500 0 $                    166,000

$               100,000 2,000 2,500 60,000 1,000 500 0 $               166,000

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3043 BADGES & NAME PLATES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       638 17 0 36 465 342 2,058 $                   3,556

$                   1,000 100 0 50 50 242 3,420 $                   4,862

$                         1,000 100 0 50 50 490 1,100 $                         2,790

$                   1,000 100 0 50 50 490 1,100 $                   2,790


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4041 RENTS 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐2010‐441

Department: Division:

Community Development Planning

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   6,800 895 122 $                   7,817

$                   7,000 895 5,283 $                13,178

$                         7,200 700 3,410 $                       11,310

$                   7,200 700 3,410 $                 11,310

 TOTAL $               370,723

$             600,866

$                    576,421

$               576,421


Community Development—Building   

Description of Division  The Building Division is responsible for serving the public by ensuring that the safety depicted by the current adopted California  Codes and the Lathrop Municipal Code  are enforced during the construction, use, occupancy and maintenance of buildings and  structures,  and  all  of  their  various  components.    This  is  accomplished  by  providing  examination  of  plans,  calculations  and  specifications,  inspections  of  all  aspects  of  on‐site  construction  and  providing  staff  to  perform  and  manage  the  building  permit  process.    The  staff  carries  on  this  service  after  permits  are  issued  and  finaled  by  maintaining  plans  and  documents  for  future  inquires.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Processed permit applications, performed a variety of plan reviews and issued over 321 permits as of April 23, 2013.   140 Residential    138 Miscellaneous (HVAC, plumbing, electrical, reroof, etc.)   25 Change of Occupancy / Tenant Improvements   1 Commercial (Sales Trailer for River Islands)   6 Industrial (CNP, Simplot,  Antonini, Superstores)   6 Master Plan (Residential) Single Family Dwellings   4 Pools   1 Government (New Generation Community Center)   Processed an additional 6 permit applications, waiting to be issued.   Approved  and  issued  building  permits  and  tenant  improvements  for  businesses  in  the  D’Arcy  Business  Park,  Crossroads Business Park, Savemart Shopping Center, High Five Plaza and the Lathrop Crossing Plaza. 

 Performed plans in‐house  examination  saving in excess of $59,000 and provided 4,709 building inspection (through  April  24,  2013)  services  to  ensure  that  building  and  structures  are  built  to  meet  all  life  safety  and  structural  requirements of the applicable Building and Safety Codes. 


Community Development—Building   

Accomplishments 2012/13 Continued   Provided training for the Building Inspectors to continue their education on the newly adopted California Codes.   Work Plan 2013/2014 

 The Building Division will continue to work together as a team to explore ways to streamline and create more effective  efficiencies within the department. This would include, but not be limited to: 

 Continue to provide technical and educational training for all Building Staff in all areas of the New 2010 California  Code of Regulations, Title 24, and all other related codes and programs.  Building will be looking at training of‐ fered by different jurisdictions that is free or reasonable priced. 

 Use best mix of staffing resources for plan review and inspection services.   Working  with  IT  to  implement  Enterprise  Resource  Project  (ERP).    Implementation  of  the  new  computer  soft‐ ware. 

 Maintain and improve the portion of the City website pertaining to the Building Division which would include but not be  limited to: 

 Providing informational handouts to educate the general public on building code issues.   Providing information on obtaining a permit (i.e. Application, required Plan Check Submittals and licensing verifi‐ cation) 


Community Development—Building   

   Continue to monitor and maintain the cost level of supplies, office equipment, and training and travel to reflect the  temporary increase in permitting, plan checking and inspections. 

Capital Requests   

NONE 

Significant Operating Changes   The State of California has seen a slight increase in residential building.  This has led to an increase of residential home  productions in the City of Lathrop.   

 The  sum  of  $55,300  has  been  budgeted  in  professional  services  for  contract  plan  check  services  for  2012‐13.    The  actual sum of $56,961 has been received to date.  These funds represent 70 percent of the miscellaneous plan check  fees collected by the City.  City staff has been providing approximately 99% of the plan check services for 2012‐2013  allowing the city to keep the majority of the revenues in house. 


Community Development—Building   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)       

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Building Inspector I/II/III 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Chief Building Official 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Code Compliance Officer  

0.00 

0.00 

0.50 

Dir of Com Dev/City Engineer 

0.35 

0.30 

0.30 

Director of Public Works 

0.05 

0.00 

0.00 

Management Analyst I/II 

0.50 

0.50 

0.50 

Permit Technician 

0.00 

0.50 

0.50 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

3.23 

3.63 

4.13 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐2030‐444

Department: Division:

Community Development Building

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               271,168 569 29,250 0 33,302 18,930 53,540 0 834 7,867 113 4,449 1,298 2,216 $               423,536

$             324,730 1,000 0 0 34,793 13,291 46,992 0 755 6,028 120 4,705 1,380 2,132 $             435,926

$                    351,404 1,250 0 0 42,602 11,565 66,624 0 865 11,010 0 5,047 1,792 1,794 $                    493,953

$               351,404 1,250 0 0 42,602 11,565 66,624 0 865 11,010 0 5,047 1,792 1,794 $               493,953

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT Total

$                 13,746 0 0 63 24 1,186 $                 15,019

$                54,800 10,000 5,390 487 0 2,000 $                72,677

$                       63,075 10,000 0 500 0 2,000 $                       75,575

$                 63,075 10,000 0 500 0 2,000 $                 75,575

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       602 9 2,087 0 592 332 979 1,029 $                   5,630

$                   1,000 100 2,000 100 713 1,500 1,191 6,660 $                13,264

$                         1,000 200 2,000 200 800 2,500 1,360 3,700 $                       11,760

$                   1,000 200 2,000 200 800 2,500 1,360 3,700 $                 11,760


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4041 RENTS 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐2030‐444

Department: Division:

Community Development Building

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       895 7,055 $                   7,950

$                      895 14,983 $                15,878

$                            700 6,410 $                         7,110

$                       700 6,410 $                   7,110

 TOTAL $               452,135

$             537,745

$                    588,398

$               588,398


Code Compliance   

 

Description of Division  The Code Compliance Division is responsible for the City of Lathrop’s code enforcement operations.  The Division conducts complex  inspections of residential, commercial, and industrial properties to determine compliance with applicable local and state codes,  laws, regulations and ordinances relating to maintenance of properties and structures.  The Division initiates enforcement actions  and issues citations and notices.  Code Compliance is vital to the protection of the public health, safety, and quality of life for the  citizens of Lathrop.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Provided Code Compliance services for the department.  Staff conducted 264 inspections and closed 200 cases through   March 31, 2013. 

      

   

Business Licensing        Health & Safety—Garbage  Service    Health & Safety—Property Nuisance    Health & Safety—Vacant & Abandoned    Residential          Health & Safety—Vehicle & Boat    Repair           Housing (Heating, Ventilation, Structural,    Sanitation)          Encroachment (Streets, Sidewalks)    Vehicles (Abandoned, In‐Op)      Zoning          

6   9  171  13  2  27   3  20  13 

   Continued implementation of a year‐round weed abatement program. 

 Attended National Night Out and Provided Public Information Regarding Code Compliance, Complaint Procedures and  Policies 

 Attended Citizen’s Police Academy and educated attendees regarding code procedures and common code violations. 


Code Compliance   Accomplishments 2012/2013 Continued 

 We performed a substantial and successful abatement of the Park Street Area.   Revised City Code to reflect changes in fireworks permit process requested by Lathrop Manteca Fire Department (LMFD).  Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue monitoring and updating the existing Municipal Codes.   Implement Council priorities for Code Issues such as prioritizing life and safety issues, neighborhood preservations and no  longer accepting anonymous reports of assumed code violations. 

 Transition the weed abatement program to LMFD, if approved by Council, including       

Maintain a contractor abatement list,  Educate property owners,  Conduct inspections,  Issuing notices and citations as necessary,  Abating property, if needed 

 Provide educational material about code compliance and the importance of keeping their community safe and clean.    Continue attending public forums to educate the public about code compliance.    Continue to keep the neighborhoods free of blight by abating unsafe structures, removing abandoned vehicles, and re‐ moving other items declared a public nuisance. 

 Continue to issue inspection notices and administrative citations.   Work on Code Compliance Policy and Procedures.  Capital Requests   

 

None   

Significant Operating Changes   Personnel for Code has been reduced to 50%. 


Code Compliance   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Code Compliance Officer I/II/III 

1.00 

1.00 

0.50 

 

Dir of Com Dev/City Engineer 

0.00 

0.10 

0.10 

 

Management Analyst I/II 

0.00 

0.05 

0.05 

Office Assistant I/II 

1.00 

0.00 

0.00 

Permit Technician 

0.00 

0.50 

0.50 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.00 

1.65 

1.15 

   

                       

 

Position: 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2012‐2013 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐2060‐447

Department: Division:

Community Development Code Compliance

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 64,999 0 8,842 0 8,204 4,722 19,630 0 202 3,402 1,029 434 2 $               111,466

$             125,498 550 0 0 12,805 5,470 35,690 0 304 3,318 1,771 933 152 $             186,491

$                       76,495 300 0 0 8,099 1,871 19,329 0 190 2,601 1,039 499 129 $                    110,552

$                 76,495 300 0 0 8,099 1,871 19,329 0 190 2,601 1,039 499 129 $               110,552

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                         14 29,324 0 220 250 0 $                 29,808

$                   1,000 0 200 1,000 1,400 100 $                   3,700

$                         1,000 0 200 1,000 1,400 100 $                         3,700

$                   1,000 0 200 1,000 1,400 100 $                   3,700

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       511 204 2,129 0 410 323 0 75 0 $                   3,652

$                      800 387 2,500 50 0 363 100 268 750 $                   5,218

$                            800 400 2,500 50 0 400 100 350 800 $                         5,400

$                       800 400 2,500 50 0 400 100 350 800 $                   5,400


Budget For Fiscal Year 2012‐2013 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4041 RENTS 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐2060‐447

Department: Division:

Community Development Code Compliance

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                         59 0 0 $                         59

$                      100 0 270 $                      370

$                            300 700 470 $                         1,470

$                       300 700 470 $                   1,470

 TOTAL $               144,985

$             195,779

$                    121,122

$               121,122


Public Nuisance   

Description of Division  The Public Nuisance Division activities are performed by the Code Compliance staff, in conjunction with the Planning Division and  the  City  Attorney’s  Office.    The  activity  is  focused  on  the  abatement  of  dilapidated  and  unsafe  structures,  the  removal  of  abandoned vehicles, and other violations that have been declared a Public Nuisance.  The monies from the Public Nuisance fund  are used when all other legal collection avenues have been exhausted and the violation remains.  The fund is intended to be self‐ renewing by reimbursement.   

  Accomplishments 2012/2013     Provided Code Compliance services for the City, including the processing and abatement of approximately:   195 property maintenance and public nuisance violations and abatements thereof   49 Housing and Zoning violations and abatements thereof   20 Vehicle Cases   

Work Plan 2013/2014     This fund provides the fiscal resources for Code Compliance activities, such as demolitions, abatements, boarding‐up  houses, etc.  A lien is placed on the property to recover the costs, and the money is recovered through property taxes. 

 Staff  will  continue  to  respond  on  nights  and  weekends  for  emergency  services  assistance  for  fire  and  damaged  properties.   

  Significant Operating Changes    

Staff time has been cut to 50% 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2012‐2013 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Public Nuisance Fund 209‐2040‐425

Department: Division:

Community Development Public Nuisance

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Contract Services 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER Total

$                 17,879 $                 17,879

$                23,894 $                23,894

$                       10,000 $                       10,000

$                 10,000 $                 10,000

Internal Charges TRANSFERS OUT Total

$                   3,434 $                   3,434

$                  1,106 $                  1,106

$                         1,766 $                         1,766

$                    1,766 $                    1,766

 TOTAL $                 21,313

$                25,000

$                      11,766

$                 11,766


CULTURE AND RECREATION 


City of Lathrop – Culture and Recreation Department FY 2013/2014 Director of Administrative Services / Interim Director of Parks and Recreation

Human Resources

Risk Management

Senior Administrative Assistant (.50)

Central Services

Emergency Services

Culture and Recreation

Animal Services Division

Animal Services Assistant Animal Services Officer (2)

Budget Analyst I/II (.20)

Budget Analyst I/II (.80) Programs Division Sports, Programs, Classes, Kid Club, Events, Facilities

Projects Division

Projects & Programs Manager (.50) Projects & Programs Manager (.50)

Lathrop Generation Center

Senior Center

Community Center

Construction Mgnt Planning & Design

Parks & Recreation Administrator Inspections Office Assistant Contracts/Specs Recreation Supervisor (2)

Senior Center Manager

Recreation Coordinator

Sr. Recreation Leader (3.75 Facilities Supervisor (.66) +1.20 @ 12/1/13 Recreation Leader 11 = 3.70 FTE


Culture and Recreation Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$               153,057

$             172,579

$                    145,981

$               145,981

$               153,057

$             172,579

$                    145,981

$               145,981

$               930,712 $                 65,393 $                       ‐ $                 44,327 $                   2,908 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $           1,043,340

$             984,969 $                72,274 $                      ‐ $             101,423 $                17,620 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $          1,176,286

$                 1,021,417 $                       73,637 $                             ‐ $                       82,765 $                       10,575 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,188,394

$           1,021,417 $                 73,637 $                        ‐ $                 82,765 $                 10,575 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,188,394

                      1.00                       0.80                       0.50 0.00 0.00                       0.66                       1.00                       1.00 0.00                       3.70                       2.00                       1.00                       3.75 15.41

                               ‐                               0.80                               0.30 0.00 0.00                               0.66                               1.00                               1.00 1.00                               3.70                               2.00                               1.00                               3.75 15.21

0.00 0.80 0.30 0.00 0.00 0.66 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.70 2.00 1.00 3.75                      15.21

Total Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

Departmental Staffing Administrative Assistant I/II Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services  Director of Neighborhood & Comm Services Director of Parks and Recreation  Facility Supervisor Parks and Programs Manager Parks & Recreation Administrator Recreation Coordinator Recreation Leaders Recreation Supervisor Senior Center Manager Senior Recreation Leaders Total Culture and Leisure FTE

                       1.00                        0.90 0.00                        0.20 0.00                        1.66 0.00 1.00 0.00                        3.70                        2.00                        1.00                        3.75 15.21


Culture and Recreation—Administration   

  Description of Division  The Administration Division provides direct administration and supervision of other Divisions in the Department including personnel  functions, budget monitoring, and the development and implementation of Department policies and procedures.  This Division also  provides management support for the planning and construction of parks and recreation facilities.  Additionally, this Division helps  support three City Council appointed Commissions and five Citizen Committees.  The Division also produces the quarterly activity  guide, processes program registration and facility bookings.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Provided Staff support to Parks and Recreation Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, Youth Advisory Commission,  Veteran’s  Memorial  Committee,  Lathrop  Celebration  Committee,  Mayor’s  Art  Show  Committee,  Holiday  Parade  Committee, Lathrop Run Committee and Beautification Day Committee. 

 Updated the Mayor’s Committee Handbook for the 2013 Mayor’s Committee Members.   Assisted  the  Youth  Advisory  Commission  sub‐committees  in  preparation  of  the  Lathrop  Community  Complex  Project  (fundraising, policies/rules, etc.). 

 Hired a Projects and Programs Manager in December 2012.   Assisted Public Works in the completion of the Cricket Pitch Construction Project.   Assisted  Public  Works  in  the  completion  of  the  Lathrop  Community  Center  Renovation  Project;  project  construction  took place between August 2012 and February 2013. 

 Assisted  with  the  closure  of  Lathrop  Community  Center  for  renovation;  including  coordination  with  the  Public  Works  and Information Technology Departments for relocation of staff. 

 Continued development of department Policy & Procedures Manual.   Began  development  of  Field  Policy  and  Procedures  for  rental  reservations  and  received  input  from  the  Parks  &  Recreation Commission as well as local leagues that rent City facilities. 

 Assisted with the development of design and construction documents for the Lathrop Generations Center project.  Bids  were received for the project in April 2013 and construction is anticipated to begin in June 2013. 

 Worked with Vermont Systems to set up WebTrac (online activity registration).  Website went live in May 2013.     


Culture and Recreation—Administration   

Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Manage Parks & Recreation Capital Improvement Projects, including:   Lathrop Generations Center GG 04‐01   Continue to review plans and negotiate with Developers for park amenities.   Continue to review the department’s budget, manage the RecTrac software program and finalize department policies  and procedures (i.e. facility rental & special event policies). 

Capital Requests  None 

Significant Operating Changes   Projects and Programs Manager position was approved by City Council in November 2012 and filled in December 2012.   This position was added to assist with capital improvement and development of related projects.  

 In  anticipation  of  the  opening  of  the  Lathrop  Generations  Center,  the  Administrative  Assistant  I  position,  previously  budgeted  under  the  Parks  &  Recreation  Administration  Division,  is  requested  to  be  reclassified  as  a  Recreation  Coordinator position that will be split budgetary between the Recreation Programs Division (50%) & the Sports Division  (50%).   

 Reclassification of the Administrative Assistant to Recreation Coordinator results in the need for an Office Assistant.   Although the Office Assistant will work under the Parks & Recreation Administrative Division, it will be budgeted under  Measure C– Essential City Services. 


Culture and Recreation—Administration  Significant Operating Changes (continued)   The Administrative Services Director oversees the Administrative Services Department and the Parks & Recreation   

Department .  The following budgetary allocation is proposed to change as follows for Fiscal Year 2013/2014: 

        Human Resources    Animal Services      Parks & Recreation      Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

FY 2012/2013 

FY 2013/2014 

40% 

50% 

10% 

20% 

50% 

30% 

     

Staffing Summary  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

0.50 

0.50 

0.00 

Budget Analyst I/II 

0.90 

0.80 

0.80 

 

Dir of Neighborhood & Com Services 

0.20 

0.00 

0.00 

 

Parks & Recreation Administrator 

0.00 

0.50 

0.30 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.60 

1.80 

1.10 

     

       

Position: 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐3001‐461

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Administration

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               142,930 304 35,441 16,937 9,430 37,790 336 1,778 2,109 1,128 1,316 $               249,499

$             310,576 700 0 25,774 9,871 47,654 434 4,500 3,311 1,259 1,948 $             406,027

$                    298,566 650 0 32,627 10,537 55,574 723 9,233 4,370 1,562 2,492 $                    416,334

$               298,566 650 0 32,627 10,537 55,574 723 9,233 4,370 1,562 2,492 $               416,334

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                       140 344 0 4,004 172 628 120 $                   5,408

$                      500 500 300 4,610 400 1,000 300 $                   7,610

$                            500 500 300 4,400 400 1,500 300 $                         7,900

$                       500 500 300 4,400 400 1,500 300 $                   7,900

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3043 BADGES & NAME PLATES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3047 AWARDS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       922 681 151 1,515 205 59 0 0 0 0 $                   3,533

$                      900 700 200 1,500 300 75 100 100 0 1,000 $                   4,875

$                            900 720 200 2,000 300 75 100 100 640 1,000 $                         6,035

$                       900 720 200 2,000 300 75 100 100 640 1,000 $                   6,035


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐3001‐461

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Administration

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       959 $                       959

$                   4,570 $                   4,570

$                         5,705 $                         5,705

$                   5,705 $                   5,705

 TOTAL $               259,399

$             423,082

$                    435,974

$               435,974


Culture and Recreation—Senior Center   

  Description of Division    The Senior Center Division is responsible to meet the recreational, educational, physical and social needs for adults ages 50 or older.   The  budget  provides  funding  for  two  positions,  Senior  Center  Manager  and  Senior  Recreation  Leader,  to  manage  the  facility,  implement  a  variety  of  programs  (activities  and  food  programs),  assist  the  Senior  Advisory  Commission,  produce  a  monthly  newsletter and coordinate volunteers.  The Division monitors the Senior Advisory Commission (SAC) Fund. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013   

 Offered the following programs:   AARP Tax Preparation Service (record number of participants)   Medicare Insurance Seminars   Senior Legal Services (Council for Spanish Speaking)   Flu Shots (Walgreens Drug Store)   Brown Bag, Commodities and Farmer’s Market (offered monthly)   Bread & Pastries Program   Super Senior Karaoke (doubled participation)   Country Breakfast (program grew from 30 guests to 50‐60 guests each month)   Weekly Afternoon Movies   Trips & Tours (added new destinations such as Montery and Feather Falls)   Cooking Class (redeveloped class for more participation)   Computer Class (addition of new instructor and expanded class to include advice on wireless devices such as cell  phones, iPads and Kindles) 

 Organized 2012 4th Annual SAC BBQ Event with the Senior Advisory Commission (July 2012)   Assisted Senior Advisory Commission with Annual Spaghetti Fundraiser 


Culture and Recreation—Senior Center   

 Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued) 

 Redesigned Senior Center Newsletter for easier reading and began printing in‐house for cost savings    Assisted the Senior Advisory Commission with the development of a LED sales booth at the 2012 Lathrop Celebration  Event 

 Hosted the following holiday/special events:    Holiday Boutique, Mid‐day Black & White Bash, Bunny Breakfast, Parking  Lot Sale, Saint Patrick's Day Breakfast, Mother’s Day Luncheon & Father’s Day Luncheon.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Maintain close communication with seniors and the Senior Advisory Commission (SAC).  This includes assisting SAC to  prepare event budgets and develop a more sophisticated approach towards event planning and management. 

 Expanding the Chili Cook‐Off as part of the Lathrop Celebration Event   Introduce new programming ideas in consultation with SAC and the seniors.     Explore  opportunities  to  increase  self‐sustaining  programs  such  as  fee‐for‐service  opportunities  and  Senior  Advisory  Commission (SAC) fundraising.     

Capital Requests   Miscellaneous Equipment (3037)     

      Miscellaneous            Equipment for Update of Senior Center Main Room 

 

Significant Operating Changes    None   

     

    $300  $1,500 


Culture and Recreation—Senior Center   

    

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)                           

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Senior Center Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Senior Recreation Leader 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.00 

2.00 

2.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Department: Division:

General Fund 101‐3021‐463

Culture and Recreation Senior Center

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 80,248 18,727 9,219 5,205 13,331 0 209 2,611 0 1,298 1,019 732 $               132,599

$                89,416 0 10,595 4,072 14,028 0 210 3,050 0 1,443 868 758 $             124,440

$                       91,204 0 11,447 3,241 15,765 0 228 4,410 0 1,404 868 734 $                    129,301

$                 91,204 0 11,447 3,241 15,765 0 228 4,410 0 1,404 868 734 $               129,301

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2003 RECREATION 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                         40 1,184 0 7,304 283 0 $                   8,811

$                      100 1,814 200 6,660 300 1,500 $                10,574

$                            100 1,714 200 4,880 300 0 $                         7,194

$                       100 1,714 200 4,880 300 0 $                   7,194

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3043 BADGES & NAME PLATES 3047 AWARDS 3060 CONTRIBUTION M& O 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       795 1,669 4,787 357 0 0 18 0 10,207 0 $                 17,833

$                      800 1,780 4,500 700 11,300 120 100 150 22,100 780 $                42,330

$                         1,100 2,000 4,500 700 1,800 120 100 150 28,000 790 $                       39,260

$                   1,100 2,000 4,500 700 1,800 120 100 150 28,000 790 $                 39,260


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4080 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐3021‐463

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Senior Center

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       989 $                       989

$                   3,030 $                   3,030

$                         1,350 $                         1,350

$                   1,350 $                   1,350

 TOTAL $               160,232

$             180,374

$                    177,105

$               177,105


Culture and Recreation—Recreation Programs   

  Description of Division    The Recreation Division is responsible for a variety of recreation programs, events, and services.  Programs include:  special interest  classes, special events, teen program and pre‐school programs.  Additionally, the Division assists with program registration, facility  bookings,  and  after  hours  facility  monitoring  including:    Valverde  Park,  Mossdale  Park,  Sangalang  Park,  Park  West,  Lathrop  Skate  Park, Senior Center and Lathrop One Building and all other Parks & Recreation facilities.  The Division advises the Youth Advisory  Commission (YAC) and manages the YAC fund. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013     Held the 2012 Annual Tree lighting event with the Lathrop High School Choir and Band, the Lathrop Area Music Program  (LAMP)  Choir  and  the  Lathrop  Elementary  School  Choir  participation.    This  event  was  held  for  the  first  time  at  the  Manuel Valverde Amphitheatre. 

 The Lathrop Youth Advisory Commission/teen volunteers donated over 2,150 hours assisting with City Special Events,  teen activities and other recreation programs; an increase of 400 hours from FY 2011/2012. 

   The Lathrop Youth Advisory Commission/teen volunteers continued to provide input to city staff and consultants in the  development  of  the  Lathrop  Generations  Center.  The  Youth  Advisory  Commission  held  18  Special  Youth  Advisory  Commission Meetings to accomplish this. 

     Established  several  new  classes  to  the  Recreation  Division  (i.e.  Basic  Dog  Obedience/Puppy  PreSchool  &  Tiny  Toes  Gymnastics). 

 Assisted  the  Beautification  Day  /  Love  Lathrop  Committee  and  Lathrop  Celebration  Committee  with  budget  and  program details. 

 Lathrop Youth Advisory Commission, alongside City Staff, developed a donor brick program for the Lathrop Generations  Center. 

 The Recreation Division maintained classes and administrative functions during the closure of the Lathrop Community  Center for renovation (August 2012‐February 2013).  Classes were held at the Lathrop Senior Center and Lathrop One  facility and staff members were moved to the Lathrop Senior Center and Lathrop City Hall. 


Culture and Recreation—Recreation Programs   

  

Work Plan 2013/2014     Continue to maintain and expand existing programs and services.   Continue  in‐house  training  in  RecTrac  (the  Department’s  facility  &  activity  registration  program)  to  improve  and  streamline class and facility organization.   Assist with Parks & Recreation Capital Improvement Projects, including the Lathrop Generations Center. 

  Capital Requests  

Miscellaneous Class Equipment  (3037)         

Mats/Gymnastics Equipment Replacement  Unanticipated Equipment     

   

   

   

    

$1,500  $1,000 

 

Significant Operating Changes     In  anticipation  of  the  opening  of  the  Lathrop  Generations  Center,  the  Administrative  Assistant  I  position,  previously  budgeted  under  the  Parks  &  Recreation  Administration  Division,  is  requested  to  be  reclassified  as  a  Recreation  Coordinator position that will be split budgetary between the Recreation Programs Division (50%) & the Sports Division  (50%).  It is requested that this position be funded as of July 1, 2013. 

 Also in anticipation of the Lathrop Generations Center opening, the Parks & Recreation Department is requesting to  fund two previously unfunded Facility Supervisor Positions beginning December 1, 2013.  Although these positions  would work under the Parks & Recreation — Recreation Programs division, they are requested to be funded under  Measure C – Essential City Services.  The Facility Supervisor Positions include: 

 Facility Supervisor—Full Time (1.00 FTE)   Facility Supervisor—Part Time (0.20 FTE)   

 

 

 


Culture and Recreation—Recreation Programs   

 Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

     

Position: 

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

0.20 

0.20 

0.00 

Facility Supervisor 

1.66 

1.66 

0.66 

Recreation Coordinator 

0.00 

0.00 

0.50 

 

Recreation Leader 

0.20 

0.29 

0.36 

 

Recreation Supervisor 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

3.06 

3.15 

2.52 

     

           

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐3030‐461

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Recreation Programs

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

$                 96,358 21,646 1,386 64,898 0 11,864 6,692 28,094 0 292 2,215 3,350 1,912 $               238,707

$                37,615 23,904 1,100 0 0 13,863 5,324 29,295 0 294 4,200 3,517 2,307 $             121,419

$                       75,521 22,669 600 0 0 9,527 2,687 19,663 0 188 4,186 2,755 1,877 $                    139,673

$                 75,521 22,669 600 0 0 9,527 2,687 19,663 0 188 4,186 2,755 1,877 $               139,673

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2003 RECREATION 2055 YOUTH/ADULT ACTIVITY 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL Total

$                   4,160 24,176 75 0 6,478 0 $                 34,889

$                   4,250 19,810 2,200 100 7,930 1,200 $                35,490

$                         4,250 25,043 1,900 500 7,400 1,200 $                       40,293

$                   4,250 25,043 1,900 500 7,400 1,200 $                 40,293

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3047 AWARDS 3060 CONTRIBUTION M& O 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                   1,061 1,164 1,981 1,412 250 600 2,476 155 120 $                   9,219

$                   1,100 1,225 2,500 19,658 250 600 8,900 160 1,200 $                35,593

$                         1,100 1,260 2,500 2,500 250 600 8,900 0 1,225 $                       18,335

$                   1,100 1,260 2,500 2,500 250 600 8,900 0 1,225 $                 18,335


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4041 RENTS 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐3030‐461

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Recreation Programs

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ 384 $                       384

$                10,020 0 $                10,020

$                         3,520 0 $                         3,520

$                   3,520 0 $                   3,520

 TOTAL $               283,199

$             202,522

$                    201,821

$               201,821


Culture and Recreation—Kid Club & Day Camp   

Description of Division    The Kid Club & Day Camp Division provides quality recreational and educational programs for children of local residents.  The budget  includes  appropriations  for  staffing,  materials  and  supplies  necessary  to  provide  before  school  programs,  after  school  programs,  summer camps with educational activities and programs and field trips for school age children. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013   Program Average Daily Attendance for the last three fiscal years is as follows:   

 

 

 

             

Before School  ‐  Before School  ‐  Before School  ‐  After School  ‐  After School  ‐  After School  ‐  Camp Themed Weeks 

 

 

 

Community Center  Joseph Widmer School  Mossdale School  Community Center  Joseph Widmer School  Mossdale School       

 

10/11   

11/12   

12/13 

                  

   15     10     13     20     20     20     20 

   15     10     10     20     20     20      20   

   8     8     8     15      20     20     25 

             

             

          

    

 1st year working with Lathrop High School ROP students to train for the  Before and After School programs.   5th year working closely with San Joaquin County Worknet to train personnel for our program.   5th year for the program “Green Machine” that maintains the removal of trash and debris in Valverde Park and teaches  Kid Club participants the importance of taking care of our planet.  Approximately 15 children from the Community Center  Kid Club site participate.  “Green Machine” programs were also added at the Mossdale School and Joseph Widmer, Jr.  School Kid Club sites. 

 5th  year  to  provide  a  facility  for  the  federally  funded  USDA  Snack  Program  at  the  Lathrop  Community  Center;  this  program serves children daily during the school year.  Snacks were also served for the second year at the Joseph Widmer,  Jr. School Kid Club sites.   


Culture and Recreation—Kid Club & Day Camp   

 Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued) 

 USDA  Summer  Food  Program  also  was  utilized  by  the  Kid  Club  program  and  local  community  during  the  summer  months.  Summer Food Program sites were located at the Lathrop Community Center and at Sangalang Park.  Average  Daily Attendance for summer 2012 was:         

     

Breakfast Served Daily    Lunch Served Daily   

30  40 

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to improve customer service and maintain high quality children’s programs for Lathrop residents.   Continue to encourage our participants to make healthy activity choices through our summer camp themes.   Continue  to  encourage  our  participants  to  make  healthy  diet  choices  through  our  educational  programming  in  after  school programs. 

 Continue to teach the children in the community to take pride in their surroundings and environment.   Continue  to  offer  the  community  educational  and  entertaining  programming  through  our  camp  settings  and  before/  after school program settings. 

 Work with Manteca Unified School District to add an additional site for the USDA Summer Food Program at Woodfield  Park. 

Capital Requests   

None 

Significant Operating Changes  None     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Culture and Recreation—Kid Club & Day Camp   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

0.20 

0.20 

0.20 

Recreation Leader 

3.16 

3.01 

2.87 

 

Recreation Supervisor 

0.60 

0.60 

0.60 

 

Senior Recreation Leader 

2.75 

2.75 

2.75 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

6.71 

6.56 

6.42 

     

       

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐3033‐461

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Kid Club & Day Camp

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

$                 59,195 85,407 311 14,172 12,294 6,989 49,954 282 8,595 5,808 4,721 $               247,728

$                78,386 104,131 400 0 14,643 5,660 52,183 284 9,000 6,311 5,135 $             276,133

$                       77,668 103,142 400 0 15,534 4,425 55,926 296 10,920 5,908 5,088 $                    279,307

$                 77,668 103,142 400 0 15,534 4,425 55,926 296 10,920 5,908 5,088 $               279,307

Contract Services 2055 YOUTH/ADULT ACTIVITY 2065 PRINTING Total

$                   7,681 2,662 $                 10,343

$                   8,100 2,970 $                11,070

$                         8,100 2,880 $                       10,980

$                   8,100 2,880 $                 10,980

$                       577 499 1,778 0 550 0 0 $                   3,404

$                      500 525 2,500 200 550 160 1,520 $                   5,955

$                            500 540 2,500 200 550 0 1,520 $                         5,810

$                       500 540 2,500 200 550 0 1,520 $                   5,810

$                       384 $                       384

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$             293,158

$                    296,097

$               296,097

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

 TOTAL $               261,859


Culture and Recreation ‐ Sports, Fitness & Outdoor Programs   

   Description of Division    This is the eighth year for this division in the Parks & Recreation Department.  This Division includes:  youth sports, adult sports,  outdoor programs, and fitness programs.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Offered Pee Wee Sports (ages 4‐7 years) in flag football, soccer, basketball and t‐ball with an average participation of 50  participants per sport.   

 Offered  Youth  Sports  (ages  8‐13  years)  in  flag  football,  soccer  and  basketball  with  an  average  participation  of  40  participants per sport.   

 Offered  Start  Smart  Soccer,  Flag  Football,  T‐Ball  and  Basketball  for  children  ages  3  and  4  years.    This  program  has  the  support and interaction of parents and staff.  Number of participants has grown significantly. 

 Offered Fun Day/Clinics for the following programs:   Pee Wee and Youth Soccer staffed by Challenger Sports at Sangalang Park    Pee Wee and Youth Basketball staffed by local firefighters   Pee Wee and Youth Flag Football staffed by Lathrop Spartans   Pee Wee T‐Ball staffed by Lathrop Little League   3rd Year offering British Soccer Camps staffed by Challenger Sports at Mossdale Park (June 2013)   Offered open gym Monday—Friday at the Lathrop Community Center during the day for the community.   5th year of Adult Coed Softball League.  Work Plan 2013/2014   Maintain high program standards for all Parks & Recreation Sports Leagues.   Increase numbers in Adult Basketball League & Adult Coed Softball participation.   Offer fundamental basketball camps throughout the year.     


Culture and Recreation ‐ Sports, Fitness & Outdoor Programs   

Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)   Offer National Football League (NFL) Punt, Pass and Kick Program.   Offer Running Classes and begin a Running Club.  Capital Requests   Miscellaneous Equipment (3037)   

  Miscellaneous Sports Equipment 

   

   

    $1,000 

Significant Operating Changes     In anticipation of the opening of the Lathrop Generations Center, the Administrative Assistant I position, previously  budgeted  under  the  Parks  &  Recreation  Administration  Division,  is  requested  to  be  reclassified  as  a  Recreation  Coordinator  position  that  will  be  split  budgetary  between  the  Recreation  Programs  Division  (50%)  &  the  Sports  Division (50%).  It is requested that this position be funded as of July 1, 2013.   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

 

  Position Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

0.10 

0.10 

0.00 

Recreation Coordinator 

0.00 

0.00 

0.50 

Recreation Leader 

0.34 

0.40 

0.47 

Recreation Supervisor 

0.35 

0.35 

0.35 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.79 

0.85 

1.32 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Department: Division:

General Fund 101‐3036‐461

Culture and Recreation Sports,Fitness & Outdoor Programs

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

$                 19,527 7,984 109 13,834 3,998 2,302 6,496 93 1,719 591 440 $                 57,093

$                28,245 10,288 225 0 4,155 1,613 4,941 72 1,388 780 792 $                52,499

$                       27,667 10,317 225 0 4,346 1,245 5,091 69 1,684 747 790 $                       52,181

$                 27,667 10,317 225 0 4,346 1,245 5,091 69 1,684 747 790 $                 52,181

Contract Services 2003 RECREATION 2065 PRINTING Total

$                   3,366 888 $                   4,254

$                   4,250 1,390 $                   5,640

$                         4,250 1,160 $                         5,410

$                   4,250 1,160 $                   5,410

$                       257 166 4,834 0 21 1,220 0 $                   6,498

$                      400 175 5,190 0 125 2,040 340 $                   8,270

$                            400 180 4,830 1,000 125 2,040 345 $                         8,920

$                       400 180 4,830 1,000 125 2,040 345 $                   8,920

$                       192 $                       192

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$                66,409

$                      66,511

$                 66,511

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3047 AWARDS 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4080 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

 TOTAL $                 68,037


Culture and Recreation—Library   

       Description of Division   

The Library Division provides staffing and equipment to operate a library branch that is open to the public 25 hours per week.  This li‐ brary branch is made possible through a partnership with the Stockton‐San Joaquin County Public Library system.  The branch is cur‐ rently located at 15461 7th Street, Lathrop.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Lathrop Library Branch has been operating successfully for eight years.   Lathrop Library Branch offered Preschool StoryTime, Puppet  Shows, teen programs, arts and crafts programs and guests  speakers for all ages. 

 The Library Division continued to offer services to Lathrop residents, including partnership of new programs and no‐cost  computer classes. 

 Mobile Library site locations include Mossdale Landing Community Park and the Green Park.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   The Library Division will continue to offer services to Lathrop residents such as:  computer access, circulation of materials  and programming  to Lathrop residents (which includes partnership of new programs).   The Stockton‐San Joaquin County Library will continue to be coordinated with for the planning and design of the Lathrop  Community Complex which includes a new library component.    Capital Requests    None    Significant Operating Changes   The Lathrop Branch Library is currently open to the public 25 hours per week (5 hours per day, Tuesday—Saturday).   


Culture and Recreation—Library   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)  A  Supervising  Librarian  and  a  Stockton  City‐County  employee  will  provide  oversight  of  the  Lathrop  Branch  Library  through  the  Stockton – San Joaquin County Public Library.  A small portion of a City of Lathrop  Recreation Supervisor’s time is budgeted to  assist with coordination of the division.   

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

Recreation Supervisor 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

   

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Position: 

 

   

   

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐3040‐462

Department: Division:

Culture and Recreation Library

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

$                   2,374 12 1,605 341 192 455 8 33 44 22 $                   5,086

$                   3,299 25 0 391 150 469 8 38 49 22 $                   4,451

$                         3,365 25 0 422 119 566 8 46 48 22 $                         4,621

$                   3,365 25 0 422 119 566 8 46 48 22 $                   4,621

Contract Services 2003 RECREATION 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2065 PRINTING Total

$                       800 0 888 $                   1,688

$                      900 0 990 $                   1,890

$                            900 0 960 $                         1,860

$                       900 0 960 $                   1,860

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS Total

$                         74 166 0 0 3,600 $                   3,840

$                      125 175 300 200 3,600 $                   4,400

$                            125 180 300 200 3,600 $                         4,405

$                       125 180 300 200 3,600 $                   4,405

 TOTAL $                 10,614

$                10,741

$                      10,886

$                 10,886


PUBLIC SAFETY 


City of Lathrop – Public Safety FY 2013/2014

Chief of Police

Police Services Manager

Crime and Intelligence Analyst

Administrative Assistant I/II

Lieutenant

Patrol Sergeant

Patrol Deputy (7)

Patrol Sergeant

Patrol Deputy (7)

Resource Team Sergeant

Patrol Deputy C.I.T. (2)

Traffic Deputy

Community Resource Officer

School Resource Officer (2)

Detective


Public Safety Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Traffic Safety Asset Forfeiture Universal Hiring Grant COPS

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$               211,072 $                 42,343 $                           6 $                 10,583 $               100,000

$             282,829 $                32,000 $                      ‐ $             162,286 $             100,000

$                    444,400 $                       60,200 $                             ‐ $                    175,200 $                    100,000

$               444,400 $                 60,200 $                        ‐ $               175,200 $               100,000

$               364,010

$             577,115

$                    779,800

$               779,800

$               329,995 $                 33,863 $           3,381,155 $                 33,054 $                 50,157 $                   1,386 $                       ‐ $                   5,505 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $           3,835,115

$             243,218 $                33,792 $          4,006,061 $                30,810 $                53,956 $                40,000 $                      ‐ $                  5,000 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $          4,412,837

$                    251,264 $                       37,838 $                 3,877,176 $                       32,890 $                       40,900 $                    143,500 $                             ‐ $                         5,600 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 4,389,168

$               251,264 $                 37,838 $           3,877,176 $                 32,890 $                 40,900 $               143,500 $                        ‐ $                   5,600 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           4,389,168

$                      ‐ $                25,800 $                      ‐ $                11,820 $                      ‐ $                  3,500 $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                      ‐ $                19,710 $                60,830

$                             ‐ $                       32,475 $                             ‐ $                       11,820 $                             ‐ $                       33,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         7,386 $                      85,181

$                        ‐ $                 32,475 $                        ‐ $                 11,820 $                        ‐ $                 33,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   7,386 $                 85,181

Total

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

Traffic Safety Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Traffic Safety Total

$                       ‐ $                 22,866 $                       ‐ $                   6,788 $                       ‐ $                   3,633 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   4,996 $                 38,283


Public Safety Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Asset Forfeiture Contract Services $                       ‐ Asset Forfeiture Total $                       ‐

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                  1,200 $                  1,200

$                            760 $                            760

$                       760 $                       760

Universal Hiring Grant InterGov. Contract Services $                 10,575 Internal Charges $                       ‐ Universal Hiring Grant Total $                 10,575

$             162,286 $                  3,389 $             165,675

$                    175,200 $                              10 $                    175,210

$               175,200 $                         10 $               175,210

Community Option for Police ("COPS") InterGov. Contract Services $               100,000 COPS Total $               100,000

$             100,000 $             100,000

$                    100,000 $                    100,000

$               100,000 $               100,000

Public Safety Grand Total

$           3,983,973

$          4,740,542

$                 4,750,319

$           4,750,319

                       1.00                        1.00                        1.00                        1.00                        1.00                        2.00                      15.00                        1.00                        1.00                        2.00 26.00

                      1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                       1.00                     15.00                       1.00                       1.00                       2.00 25.00

                              1.00                               1.00                               1.00                               1.00                               1.00                               1.00                            15.00                               1.00                               1.00                               2.00 25.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 15.00 1.00 1.00 2.00                      25.00

Departmental Staffing Administrative Assistant I/II Chief of Police Crime & Intelligence Analyst Deputy Sheriff II for Com Resource Officer Deputy Sheriff II for School Resource Off Deputy Sheriff II's for Investigations Deputy Sheriff II's for Patrol Lieutenant to serve as Supervisor Police Services Manager Sergeant to serve as Supervisor Total Public Safety FTE


Public Safety—Administration       Description of Division  Mission Statement (Why we are here)   

We, the members of Lathrop Police Services in partnership with our community, will strive to reduce crime, the fear of crime, and  improve quality of life by upholding laws, protecting lives and property, and providing a safe and secure environment for every‐ one.  

Vision (Where we are headed)  The vision of Lathrop Police Services, a division of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, is to be regarded by our community and  our profession as the premier law enforcement agency in the State of California.  

Values (How we do our business)   S afety and security ( Our number one priority to all of our citizens living, working or visiting in the City of Lathrop)  E xcellence ( The quality of being exceptionally good in our service delivery)  R espect ( Willingness to show consideration, appreciation, concern for all people and staff)  V igilance ( Careful attention, alert watchfulness of our community)  I ntegrity ( Honesty and moral soundness)  C ollaboration ( To work together/partnerships)  E thics (A code of behavior, a set of principles of right conduct we model)  Goals (Desired outcome we seek)  To Reduce Crime  To Reduce the Fear of Crime  To Improve the Overall Quality of Life in the Community   To Build and Maintain Effective Partnerships in the City of Lathrop and with all the City Stakeholders 


Public Safety—Administration        Accomplishments 2012/2013     Continued funding of (1) Community Resource Officer and (1) School Resource Officer   Presentation of D.A.R.E. Program to 5th grade students at Lathrop, Widmer and Mossdale Elementary Schools.  Over 300  students made the pledge to stay drug free. 

 Conducted special Traffic Enforcements and directed patrols targeting specific areas of concern.   Participated in National Distracted Driver Campaign “Phone in One Hand / Ticket in the Other”, targeting drivers using  hand‐held  phones  while  driving,  sponsored  by  the  National  Highway  Traffic  Safety  Administration  (NHTSA)  and  the  California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS). 

 Conducted Child Safety Seat Inspections and Installation Training for parents.   21 Neighborhood Watch Groups were active in 2012.  17 Community Members opened their homes to their neighbors  on August 7, 2012 for National Night Out.      

 Local  business  owners  were  introduced  to  “Business  Watch”,  a  crime  deterrent  and  prevention  program  for  their  workplaces. 

 Two sessions of the Annual Junior Police Academy Program were held, with 52 cadets participating.   The Eighth Annual Citizen's Police Academy  welcomed 11 community members as participants.   Second Annual Bicycle Helmet Drive successfully produced enough donations to provide free helmets to Bicycle Rodeo  participants in need. 

 Annual Bicycle Rodeo was held with 51 participants.     File of Life for Senior Citizens.   Community Outreach ‐ Holiday Toy Drives / Canned Food Drives / Clothing Drives    CPTED Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design   Youth Activities Commission   Community Crime Prevention Training, specifically Stranger Dangers for children.   South County Crime Stoppers   


Public Safety—Administration 

 

 Juvenile  Probation  Partnership  ‐    Lathrop  Police  Services  continues  our  partnership  with  the  Juvenile  Probation  Department.    The  full‐time  probation  officer  works  closely  with  our  detectives  and  deputies    to  help  them  in  the  identification and apprehension of subjects involved in gang and drug activities. 

 110 drunk drivers were arrested during calendar year 2012 for DUI (Driving Under the Influence).   A total 610 arrests were made in calendar year 2012.   Lathrop  Police  Services  was  awarded  FIRST  Place  in  the  2011  California  Law  Enforcement  Challenge  by  the  California  Office of Traffic Safety. 

 Impounded or stored a total of 259 vehicles in 2012.  Of these vehicles, 47 were driven by a person with a suspended  Driver’s license, and 32 of the drivers had prior convictions for Driving Under the Influence. 

 Participated in AVOID the 10  DUI Checkpoints and DUI Special Patrols with other San Joaquin County allied agencies.    Participated in numerous County‐wide Probation sweeps with local allied agencies.   Continued  collaboration  with  City  Departments,  including  Code  Enforcement,  Public  Works,  Animal  Control,  Finance,  Parks and Recreation, Community Development and the Lathrop/Manteca Fire District. 

 Presented “Every 15  Minutes” Anti‐Drinking and Driving Program to Lathrop  High School Juniors and Seniors in  March  2013. 

 Established partnerships and made a commitment to School Safety with all Lathrop School Principals, including reviewing  safety plans for improvements and collaborating on training drills. 

 Participated in Lathrop High School Dances, Football Games and Career Day.   Two Lathrop Police Services Deputies were honored by M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) for DUI Arrests.   Lathrop Police Services Deputy received the prestigious County‐Wide IAC Officer of the Year Award .   Violent Crimes down by 9% in 2012.   Property Crime down by 7.85% in 2012.     

 

        Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)   


Public Safety—Administration        Work Plan 2013/14 

 

 

 Continue utilizing Crime Analysis Reports to address hot‐spot crime areas within the City, and deploy officers on regular  patrol, and assign officers  to special operations when necessary, to address these problems proactively.  

 Continue to improve Traffic and Pedestrian Safety by the use of Traffic Enforcements and Public Education.   Continue developing, improving and expanding Crime Prevention Programs within the community.    Expand Neighborhood Watch Programs.   Continue developing the Business Watch Program with local businesses.   Continue Child Safety Restraint Programs for community members, providing free safety seat inspections, proper installa‐ tion assistance, and educational materials on the seatbelt / child safety restraint laws. 

 Work in partnership with other local Law Enforcement Agencies, conducting special sweeps to check on sex offenders,  probationers, and parolees to ensure they are in compliance with conditions of parole and probation 

 Implement the new Bicycle Patrol Policy and re‐introduce Bicycle Patrols in our neighborhoods and community parks.      Capital Requests    In‐Car Video Systems            

Significant Operating Changes   

None 

 

$53,500 


Public Safety—Administration         Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary 

  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Administrative Assistant I/II 

1.00 

1.00   

1.00  

Crime & Intelligence Analyst 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Police Services Manager 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

3.00 

3.00 

3.00 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Chief of Police 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Deputy Sheriff Investigations 

2.00 

       1.00 (1) 

1.00 

 

Deputy Sheriff for Com Resource Officer 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 

 

Deputy Sheriff for Patrol 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

 

Deputy Sheriff for School Resource Officer 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Lieutenant to serve as Supervisor 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Sergeant to Serve as Supervisor 

2.00 

2.00 

2.00 

Total San Joaquin County Positions 

17.33 

16.33 

16.33 

       

Position: 

     

   

San Joaquin County Positions: 

       

(1) One position unfunded in FY 12/13 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐4010‐421

Department: Division:

Public Safety Administration

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1048 ANNUAL BILINGUAL PAY 1049 SDI Total

$               148,275 0 119,696 0 18,187 10,231 24,744 0 431 3,933 2,387 1,302 0 809 $               329,995

$             178,313 800 0 0 21,128 8,096 25,758 0 433 3,800 2,744 1,302 0 844 $             243,218

$                    181,879 800 0 0 22,828 6,439 28,786 0 451 5,320 2,637 1,302 0 822 $                    251,264

$               181,879 800 0 0 22,828 6,439 28,786 0 451 5,320 2,637 1,302 0 822 $               251,264

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2025 BUILD & GROUND MAINT 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   9,150 4,178 5,268 2,862 2,142 0 466 0 6,916 870 2,011 $                 33,863

$                   9,900 0 2,280 5,870 2,142 0 600 0 8,000 2,000 3,000 $                33,792

$                       11,400 0 1,704 6,892 2,142 0 2,700 0 8,000 2,000 3,000 $                       37,838

$                 11,400 0 1,704 6,892 2,142 0 2,700 0 8,000 2,000 3,000 $                 37,838

$           3,057,967 299,538 23,650 $           3,381,155

$          3,635,480 345,481 25,100 $          4,006,061

$                 3,509,147 344,329 23,700 $                 3,877,176

$           3,509,147 344,329 23,700 $           3,877,176

InterGov. Contract Services 2510 SPECIAL CONT/INTERGOV 2511 GOLD RUSH‐POLICE 2514 MOSSDALE LANDING‐POLICE


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3047 AWARDS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3060 M & O CONTRIBUTION 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4041 RENTS 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5010 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total Debt Service 8001 PRINCIPAL Total

General Fund 101‐4010‐421

Department: Division:

Public Safety Administration

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   4,010 8,270 853 0 0 4,913 0 296 0 11,027 754 1,099 150 1,682 $                 33,054

$                   3,800 8,500 850 150 0 500 480 365 100 12,000 720 1,500 350 1,495 $                30,810

$                         3,800 9,000 1,400 100 0 500 480 365 100 12,800 750 1,500 300 1,795 $                       32,890

$                   3,800 9,000 1,400 100 0 500 480 365 100 12,800 750 1,500 300 1,795 $                 32,890

$                       340 49,817 0 0 $                 50,157

$                      800 50,286 0 2,870 $                53,956

$                            800 38,600 0 1,500 $                       40,900

$                       800 38,600 0 1,500 $                 40,900

$                       ‐ 0 1,386 $                   1,386

$                   5,000 0 35,000 $                40,000

$                             ‐ 53,500 90,000 $                    143,500

$                        ‐ 53,500 90,000 $               143,500

$                   5,505 $                   5,505

$                   5,000 $                   5,000

$                         5,600 $                         5,600

$                   5,600 $                   5,600

 TOTAL $           3,835,115

$          4,412,837

$                 4,389,168

$           4,389,168


Public Safety– Traffic Safety   

         Description of Division  A  portion  of  fines  collected  for  the  violation  of  certain  traffic  misdemeanors  are  dispersed  by  law  to  a  “Traffic  Safety  Fund”  established  by  each  city.    These  funds  must  be  used  exclusively  for  official  traffic  control  devices,  the  maintenance  thereof,  equipment  and  supplies  for  traffic  law  enforcement  and  traffic  accident  prevention,  and  for  the  maintenance,  improvements  or construction of public streets, bridges, and culverts within the city.   

       

       

        Accomplishments 2012/2013   

 

  Awarded FIRST Place in the 2011 California Law Enforcement Challenge for Traffic Enforcements    Participated in numerous “AVOID the 10” multi‐agency DUI Enforcements within San Joaquin County    Participated  in  the  Distracted  Driver  Campaign,  “Phone  in  One  Hand,  Ticket  in  the  Other”  special  enforcements,               

sponsored by NHTSA and the California Office of Traffic Safety. 

  Participated in the California Office of Traffic Safety April Distracted Driver Awareness Campaign, “It’s Not Worth It”.       Conducted special patrols in areas for problem speeders, near locals Elementary and High Schools.    1 additional Officer trained as a Certified Child Safety Seat Technician, for a total of 2 Department Technicians.   

        Work Plan 2013/2014   

 

  Continue increased Traffic Enforcement and Public Education with use of one full‐time Motorcycle Officer.         Capital Requests      Replace 2007 Patrol Motorcycle           $30,000       Radar Lidar Equipment                           $3,500   

 

        Significant Operating Changes     

None 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Traffic Safety 207‐4010‐421

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

Department: Division:

Public Safety Traffic Safety

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

0 20,327 2,539 $                 22,866

$                   1,800 0 21,000 3,000 $                25,800

$                         1,800 1,950 25,725 3,000 $                       32,475

$                   1,800 1,950 25,725 3,000 $                 32,475

Materials & Supplies 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH Total

$                       ‐ 2,604 0 2,070 951 1,163 $                   6,788

$                      500 3,000 1,000 2,820 3,000 1,500 $                11,820

$                            500 3,000 1,000 2,820 3,000 1,500 $                       11,820

$                       500 3,000 1,000 2,820 3,000 1,500 $                 11,820

Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                   3,633 0 $                   3,633

$                   3,500 0 $                   3,500

$                         3,500 30,000 $                       33,500

$                   3,500 30,000 $                 33,500

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$                   4,996 0 $                   4,996

$                  4,710 15,000 $                19,710

$                         7,386 0 $                         7,386

$                    7,386 0 $                    7,386

 TOTAL $                 38,283

$                60,830

$                      85,181

$                 85,181

$                       ‐


Public Safety—Asset Forfeiture   

Description of Division  Asset Forfeiture funds that seized as a result of illegal possession, sale or manufacture of illegal drugs or narcotics can be utilized by  police departments to purchase police related equipment    

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

  

There was no activity related to this fund in 2012/2013. 

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   

  

Purchase trading cards for new Lathrop deputies. 

 

Capital Requests   

 

None 

Significant Operating Changes             

None   

     


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Asset Forfeiture 210‐4012‐421

Public Safety Asset Forfeiture

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   1,200 $                   1,200

$                            760 $                            760

$                       760 $                       760

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                   1,200

$                            760

$                       760

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2038 COMMUNITY PROMOTIONS Total

Department: Division:


Public Safety—Universal Hiring Grant  Description of Division  Universal Hiring Grant     

Office of Traffic Safety  ‐ Sobriety Checkpoint Mini‐Grant 

  

Office of Traffic Safety / NHTSA—Distracted Driving High‐Visibility Enforcement Program 

  

Office of Traffic Safety—Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) Grant 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013     

 Received Grant Award in the amount of $12,714  for Distracted Driving Campaign “ Phone in One Hand, Ticket in the  Other” for period December 2012 through June 2013.       Submitted an application for a Sobriety Checkpoint Mini‐Grant which, if awarded, will begin in September 2013.       

Work Plan 2013/2014   Plan and prepare Grant activities for the upcoming fiscal year.   Prepare application for OTS STEP Grant for upcoming fiscal year.   

Capital Requests           

None 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

InterGov. Contract Services 2510 SPECIAL CONT/INTERGOV Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

Universal Hiring Grant 219‐4010‐421

Department: Division:

Public Safety Universal Hiring Grant

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                 10,575 $                 10,575

$             162,286 $             162,286

$                    175,200 $                    175,200

$               175,200 $               175,200

$                        ‐ 0

$                  3,389 0 $                  3,389

$                               10 0 $                               10

$                         10 0 $                         10

 TOTAL $                 10,575

$             165,675

$                    175,210

$               175,210

$                        ‐


Public Safety—COPS   Description of Division  Citizens  Option  for  Public  Safety  (COPS)  ‐  This  fund  was  established  by  legislative  action  to  augment  funding  to  local  law  enforcement.  The Police Chief must submit to the City Council a written request specifying front line law enforcement needs.  A  public hearing must be held in September and the expenditures must be approved by the City Council.    Based on the population of  the City, we are allocated to receive $100,000 from the State for front line Law Enforcement.    

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

  

Received funding for the Community Resource Officer Position  

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   

  

Hold a Public Hearing in September 2013 to request funding for the Community Resource Officer Position 

 

Capital Requests   

 

None 

Significant Operating Changes             

None   

 

   

 


Public Safety—COPS  Staffing Summary FY 2013/2014   

 

 

Staffing Summary 

   

San Joaquin County Positions: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Deputy Sheriff for Com Resource Officer 

0.67 

0.67 

0.67 

Total San Joaquin County Positions 

0.67 

0.67 

0.67 

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

InterGov. Contract Services 2510 SPECIAL CONT/INTERGOV Total

Department: Division:

State COPS 222‐4016‐421

Public Safety COPS

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$               100,000 $               100,000

$             100,000 $             100,000

$                    100,000 $                    100,000

$               100,000 $               100,000

 TOTAL $               100,000

$             100,000

$                    100,000

$               100,000


PUBLIC WORKS 


City of Lathrop Public Works Department FY 2013/2014

Director of Public Works

Sr. Administrative Assistant Public Works (.33) Building (.34) Planning (.33)

Administrative Assistant II

Senior Civil Engineer

Solid Waste and Resource Conservation Coordinator

Operations and Maintenance

Engineering

Budget Analyst I/II (Confidential)

Operations and Maintenance Superintendent

Senior Civil Engineer

Junior Engineer

Construction Inspector I/II

Utility Operator I/II/III (5)

Meter Reader

Maintenance Supervisor for Building and Parks/Street

Maintenance Worker II (2)

Sr. Maintenance Worker (2)


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund Streets Public Transit RTIF‐Lathrop Local Transportation E RTIF‐San Joaquin County 10% RTIF‐Lathrop Local Transportation W RTIF‐SJCOG 15% CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2 Recycling AB939 Tax Crossroad Strm Drain City Zone 1A Storm Drain City Zone 1 Residential Street Lighting Industrial Street Lighting Woodfield Landscape Maintenace  Dist. Stonebridge Landscaping District Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Dist. Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1 Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Dist. Historic Lathrop CFD 2005‐1 Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 Water MWQCF Collection System Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Treatment Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Collection Syst MBR#1 Waste Recycling Plant Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$               250,188 $               404,270 $                       ‐ $                   5,052 $                 19,246 $               162,436 $                 28,870 $               256,138 $                 77,844 $               113,668 $               239,936 $               133,168 $                 53,198 $                 75,116 $               235,108 $               236,840 $           1,889,483 $               433,174 $                 29,660 $           1,015,111 $           7,375,188 $           2,868,704 $           1,131,311 $                       ‐ $           1,560,531

$             907,856 $             401,000 $                       ‐ $                71,713 $                24,692 $             109,775 $                37,038 $             360,492 $                65,000 $             122,190 $             238,983 $             115,259 $                53,479 $                54,764 $             234,833 $             234,576 $          1,947,192 $             432,862 $                29,565 $             702,288 $          8,473,976 $          2,799,165 $          1,214,133 $                33,600 $          1,650,439

$                    457,087 $                    411,000 $                             ‐ $                         6,837 $                       80,753 $                    586,701 $                    121,130 $                    345,520 $                       75,000 $                    155,207 $                    242,733 $                    110,572 $                       57,881 $                       63,777 $                    215,066 $                    208,580 $                 2,038,649 $                    435,862 $                       31,248 $                    652,430 $                 8,443,207 $                 2,910,559 $                 1,176,258 $                       10,000 $                 1,662,396

$               457,087 $               411,000 $                        ‐ $                   6,837 $                 80,753 $               586,701 $               121,130 $               345,520 $                 75,000 $               155,207 $               242,733 $               110,572 $                 57,881 $                 63,777 $               215,066 $               208,580 $           2,038,649 $               435,862 $                 31,248 $               652,430 $           8,443,207 $           2,910,559 $           1,176,258 $                 10,000 $           1,662,396

$         18,594,240

$        20,314,870

$              20,498,453

$         20,498,453


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund General Fund Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Streets Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Street Trees Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$           1,665,610 $               254,342 $                       ‐ $               209,439 $                 25,844 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ GF Total $           2,155,235

$          1,056,887 $             942,897 $                       ‐ $             231,654 $                60,222 $             201,000 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $          2,492,660

$                 1,106,135 $                    418,140 $                             ‐ $                    247,171 $                       28,679 $                       54,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,854,625

$           1,106,135 $               418,140 $                        ‐ $               247,171 $                 28,679 $                 54,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,854,625

$               105,740 $                 81,877 $                       ‐ $                 40,148 $                   1,093 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               112,132 Streets Total $               340,990

$             111,429 $             185,290 $                       ‐ $                59,490 $                37,778 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                99,220 $             493,207

$                    114,591 $                    194,450 $                             ‐ $                       56,480 $                       38,583 $                       20,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       94,637 $                    518,741

$               114,591 $               194,450 $                        ‐ $                 56,480 $                 38,583 $                 20,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 94,637 $               518,741

$                 10,491 $                   4,212 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   4,093 Street Trees Total $                 18,796

$                11,386 $                21,000 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                      105 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   6,893 $                39,384

$                       11,355 $                       15,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                            110 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,437 $                      31,902

$                 11,355 $                 15,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                       110 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,437 $                 31,902


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Public Transit Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 25,000 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ Public Transit Total $                 25,000 RTIF‐Lathrop Local Transportation E Personnel Services $                       ‐ Contract Services $                       ‐ InterGov. Contract Services $                       ‐ Materials & Supplies $                       ‐ Fixed Charges $                       ‐ $                       ‐ Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization $                       ‐ Debt Service $                       ‐ Equipment Replacement $                       ‐ Internal Charges $                       ‐ RTIF‐Lathrop Local E Total $                       ‐ RTIF‐San Joaquin County 10% Personnel Services $                       ‐ Contract Services $                       ‐ InterGov. Contract Services $                       ‐ Materials & Supplies $                       ‐ Fixed Charges $                   5,986 $                       ‐ Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization $                       ‐ Debt Service $                       ‐ Equipment Replacement $                       ‐ Internal Charges $                       ‐ RTIF‐SJC Total $                   5,986

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                       ‐ $                   3,000 $                20,000 $                   2,000 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                25,000

$                             ‐ $                         3,000 $                       15,071 $                         2,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,986 $                      26,057

$                        ‐ $                   3,000 $                 15,071 $                   2,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,986 $                 26,057

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,000 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,000

$                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,000

$                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,000

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                24,692 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                24,692

$                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       80,753 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                      80,753

$                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 80,753 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 80,753


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund RTIF‐Lathrop Local Transportation W Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges RTIF‐Lathrop Local W Total RTIF‐SJCOG 15% Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges RTIF‐SJCOG Total CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2 Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges CLSP Services CFD Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,000 $             349,676 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $             354,676

$                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,000

$                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,000

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   8,978 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   8,978

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                37,038 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                37,038

$                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    121,130 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    121,130

$                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               121,130 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               121,130

$                   4,616 $                 38,189 $               190,589 $                 23,789 $                   4,120 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 33,595 $               294,898

$                   4,906 $                58,597 $             209,100 $                28,462 $                   9,469 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                77,658 $             388,192

$                         5,120 $                       43,108 $                    209,407 $                       32,200 $                         6,902 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       48,783 $                    345,520

$                   5,120 $                 43,108 $               209,407 $                 32,200 $                   6,902 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 48,783 $               345,520


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Recycling AB939 Tax Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Recycling AB939 Total Crossroad Strm Drain City Zone 1A Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges City Zone 1A Total Storm Drain City Zone 1 Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges City Zone 1 Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                   1,231 $                 23,232 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 63,435 $                 87,898

$                   1,383 $                44,315 $                       ‐ $                   2,900 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                13,216 $                61,814

$                       31,105 $                         8,150 $                             ‐ $                         2,900 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         6,267 $                      48,422

$                 31,105 $                   8,150 $                        ‐ $                   2,900 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   6,267 $                 48,422

$                 57,688 $                   7,259 $                       ‐ $                 30,691 $                   5,296 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 36,863 $               137,797

$                69,202 $                27,128 $                       ‐ $                35,050 $                11,079 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                38,057 $             180,516

$                       69,617 $                       20,971 $                             ‐ $                       33,950 $                       11,021 $                         3,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       38,399 $                    176,958

$                 69,617 $                 20,971 $                        ‐ $                 33,950 $                 11,021 $                   3,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 38,399 $               176,958

$                 69,945 $                 19,955 $                       ‐ $                 20,331 $                 15,210 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               132,837 $               258,278

$                82,487 $                42,010 $                       ‐ $                47,028 $                18,899 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                53,358 $             243,782

$                       83,209 $                       38,883 $                             ‐ $                       47,078 $                       19,121 $                         3,750 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       49,108 $                    241,149

$                 83,209 $                 38,883 $                        ‐ $                 47,078 $                 19,121 $                   3,750 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 49,108 $               241,149


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Residential Street Lighting Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Residential Lighting Total Industrial Street Lighting Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Industrial Lighting Total Woodfield Landscape Maintenace Dist. Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Woodfield Landscape Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                   3,731 $                   4,295 $                       ‐ $                 56,637 $                       931 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               120,430 $               186,024

$                   4,040 $                17,093 $                       ‐ $                80,000 $                   1,025 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $             121,387 $             223,545

$                         4,113 $                       24,212 $                             ‐ $                       67,000 $                         1,058 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       13,694 $                    110,077

$                   4,113 $                 24,212 $                        ‐ $                 67,000 $                   1,058 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 13,694 $               110,077

$                   3,731 $                   6,774 $                       ‐ $                 22,145 $                       467 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,377 $                 38,494

$                   4,040 $                28,863 $                       ‐ $                19,000 $                      622 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,648 $                58,173

$                         4,113 $                       29,295 $                             ‐ $                       19,000 $                            558 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         7,203 $                      60,169

$                   4,113 $                 29,295 $                        ‐ $                 19,000 $                       558 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   7,203 $                 60,169

$                   4,937 $                 25,403 $                       ‐ $                 21,434 $                   1,348 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 16,403 $                 69,525

$                   5,902 $                28,477 $                       ‐ $                24,850 $                   1,601 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                12,425 $                73,255

$                         6,087 $                       21,599 $                             ‐ $                       26,050 $                         1,568 $                         2,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       16,242 $                      74,046

$                   6,087 $                 21,599 $                        ‐ $                 26,050 $                   1,568 $                   2,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 16,242 $                 74,046


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Stonebridge Landscaping District Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Stonebridge Landscaping Total Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Dist. Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Stonebridge D & L Total Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1 Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Mossdale Services CFD Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                   5,418 $                 59,362 $                       ‐ $                 63,583 $                   4,105 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 33,645 $               166,113

$                   5,767 $                84,156 $                       ‐ $                75,570 $                   4,982 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                25,622 $             196,097

$                         5,908 $                       82,192 $                             ‐ $                       77,120 $                         4,918 $                         5,250 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       31,152 $                    206,540

$                   5,908 $                 82,192 $                        ‐ $                 77,120 $                   4,918 $                   5,250 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 31,152 $               206,540

$                 79,250 $                 34,933 $                       ‐ $                 37,465 $                   3,041 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 37,607 $               192,296

$                95,933 $                32,126 $                       ‐ $                51,045 $                   6,222 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                49,250 $             234,576

$                       97,062 $                       41,540 $                             ‐ $                       44,645 $                         6,198 $                         2,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       56,270 $                    247,715

$                 97,062 $                 41,540 $                        ‐ $                 44,645 $                   6,198 $                   2,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 56,270 $               247,715

$               176,505 $               100,488 $               918,435 $               143,815 $                 14,205 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               359,126 $           1,712,574

$             200,068 $             295,767 $          1,029,950 $             190,652 $                43,681 $                   6,520 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $             368,754 $          2,135,392

$                    206,055 $                    282,213 $                 1,056,190 $                    209,177 $                       20,472 $                       65,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    383,187 $                 2,222,794

$               206,055 $               282,213 $           1,056,190 $               209,177 $                 20,472 $                 65,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               383,187 $           2,222,794


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Dist. Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Mossdale L & L Total Historic Lathrop CFD 2005‐1 Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Historict CFD Total Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Mossdale Village CFD Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                 26,579 $               174,033 $                       ‐ $               141,932 $                   4,424 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               105,249 $               452,217

$                30,588 $             141,361 $                       ‐ $             150,745 $                   5,409 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                82,658 $             410,761

$                       31,188 $                    117,691 $                             ‐ $                    154,840 $                         5,218 $                         3,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       80,786 $                    392,723

$                 31,188 $               117,691 $                        ‐ $               154,840 $                   5,218 $                   3,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 80,786 $               392,723

$                   1,731 $                   7,976 $                   6,000 $                   6,572 $                   3,015 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   9,721 $                 35,015

$                   2,167 $                13,513 $                   1,500 $                   8,550 $                   3,936 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   4,531 $                34,197

$                         2,252 $                         9,312 $                         1,500 $                         8,550 $                         4,373 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         6,759 $                      32,746

$                   2,252 $                   9,312 $                   1,500 $                   8,550 $                   4,373 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   6,759 $                 32,746

$                       ‐ $                 19,313 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,301 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               389,978 $               414,592

$                       ‐ $                30,060 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                   5,500 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $          2,103,441 $          2,139,001

$                             ‐ $                       29,453 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                         5,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 2,100,869 $                 2,135,822

$                        ‐ $                 29,453 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                   5,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           2,100,869 $           2,135,822


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Water Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges

$               340,481 $               236,036 $                       ‐ $               343,430 $           1,510,170 $                       ‐ $           1,107,766 $           2,214,082 $                       ‐ $           1,155,246 Water Total $           6,907,211

Wastewater‐MWQCF Collection System Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges MWQCF Collection Sys Total Crossroads Recycling Plant#1‐Schreiber Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Schreiber Treatment  Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$             387,332 $             656,643 $                       ‐ $             686,665 $          2,043,744 $                37,590 $                       ‐ $          3,449,467 $                       ‐ $          2,592,956 $          9,854,397

$                    388,155 $                    621,835 $                             ‐ $                    480,250 $                 1,661,964 $                       14,000 $                             ‐ $                 3,247,677 $                             ‐ $                 1,989,263 $                 8,403,144

$               388,155 $               621,835 $                        ‐ $               480,250 $           1,661,964 $                 14,000 $                        ‐ $           3,247,677 $                        ‐ $           1,989,263 $           8,403,144

$               147,358 $                 67,136 $           1,018,899 $                 49,880 $                 15,949 $                       ‐ $               535,372 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               861,886 $           2,696,480

$             176,091 $             137,552 $          1,713,195 $                68,954 $                19,887 $                98,623 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $          1,031,736 $          3,246,038

$                    174,733 $                    141,475 $                 1,338,195 $                       68,800 $                       19,902 $                         5,500 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                 1,024,376 $                 2,772,981

$               174,733 $               141,475 $           1,338,195 $                 68,800 $                 19,902 $                   5,500 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $           1,024,376 $           2,772,981

$                   7,242 $               521,812 $                       ‐ $                 54,316 $                 11,502 $                       ‐ $                       859 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               279,994 $               875,725

$                   7,932 $             587,245 $                       ‐ $                59,200 $                17,380 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $             281,193 $             952,950

$                         7,767 $                    574,690 $                             ‐ $                       59,200 $                       17,385 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    319,047 $                    978,089

$                   7,767 $               574,690 $                        ‐ $                 59,200 $                 17,385 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               319,047 $               978,089


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Operating Expenditure by Fund Crossroads Collection System M & O Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges Schreiber Collection Sys Total WW Recycling Plant#1‐MBR  Personnel Services Contract Services InterGov. Contract Services Materials & Supplies Fixed Charges Capital Outlay Depreciation/Amortization Debt Service Equipment Replacement Internal Charges MBR‐Treatment & Collection Total

Public Works Grand Total

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

$                 50,204 $                 55,125 $                       ‐ $                   1,727 $                 11,802 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                 29,480 $               148,338

$                57,445 $                69,021 $                       ‐ $                   3,750 $                11,105 $                   2,500 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                32,002 $             175,823

$                       57,124 $                       47,350 $                             ‐ $                         3,750 $                       11,110 $                         1,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                       30,653 $                    150,987

$                 57,124 $                 47,350 $                        ‐ $                   3,750 $                 11,110 $                   1,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                 30,653 $               150,987

$               136,598 $               640,174 $                       ‐ $               223,077 $                 90,088 $                       ‐ $                 26,502 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $               357,442 $           1,473,881

$             160,215 $          1,025,386 $                       ‐ $             265,250 $             157,877 $                28,515 $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $             311,887 $          1,949,130

$                    160,647 $                 1,012,955 $                             ‐ $                    266,250 $                    123,369 $                         7,000 $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                             ‐ $                    494,384 $                 2,064,605

$               160,647 $           1,012,955 $                        ‐ $               266,250 $               123,369 $                   7,000 $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $                        ‐ $               494,384 $           2,064,605

$         18,702,341

$        26,029,296

$              23,307,695

$         23,307,695


Public Works Department Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual Departmental Staffing Administrative Assistant  Budget Analyst I/II Construction Inspector I/II Director of Public Works Executive Assistant Junior Engineer Maintenance Worker I/II Meter Reader Principal Engineer Senior Civil Engineer Senior Maintenance Worker Solid Waste & Recycling Coordinator Utility & Streets Maintenance Superintendent Utility Operator I/II/III Maintenance Services Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Parks Total Public Works FTE

0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 20.00

2012‐2013 Budget 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 20.00

2013‐2014 City Manager 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 20.00

2013‐2014 City Council 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00                      20.00


Public Works—Administration   

       

  

Description of Division 

The  Public  Works  Administration  Division  consists  of  the  following  positions:  Public  Works  Director,  Budget  Analyst  I/II,  Administrative  Assistant II, and Solid Waste and Resource Conservation Coordinator. This Division provides management and administrative support to the  other Public Works Divisions, helps administer the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and reviews and assists in the new development  permit processing. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

During the 2012/2013 fiscal year, the Division successfully negotiated and administered various contracts related to public works  operations and /or capital improvement projects, and administered many Public Works functions and activities including;  

 Assisted  with  the  preparation,  processing  and  administration  of  Grant  funding  for  road  rehabilitation  and  bridge  reconstruction. 

 Assisted with the processing of reimbursements for state and federal funds for roadway improvements.   Coordinated  with  City  Attorney’s  office  to  process  auto  claims  and  City  property  damage  claims  to  recover  costs  to  repair  damages to City property such as fire hydrants, streetlights, and sound walls caused by vehicle accidents or vandalism.   

 Administered the budget for the Department’s Operating expenditures and the Capital Improvement Program.   Processed and prepared Department staff reports and presentations to City Council.   Processing of regulatory reporting associated with Domestic and Recycled Water, Waste Water and Storm Drainage as required           

by State and federal permit requirements.  Provided  reports  summarizing  daily  issues  related  to  storm  drain,  parks,  streets,  City  trees,  pump  stations,  and  streetlight  outages. Provided  Management  and  support  to  the  Departments  other  functional  groups,  such  as:  surplus  vehicles,  recording  documents with County Recorder, fire hydrant permits, transportation permits, water system reporting requirements, etc.   Continued the Records Retention Management Program.  Coordinated with the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR)  to provide annual vehicle information to comply with their annual  smog check program audit.   Compiled information related to public information requests.  Efficiently assisted customers with inquiries related to City projects, street trees, City events, etc.  Updated Public Works section of the City website to include capital project information and announcements as needed.   Monitored, tracked and approved electronic timesheets and time‐off requests.  Inter‐departmental training for Code Enforcement and assisted with coverage as needed.  Coordinated bid documents for capital improvement projects. 


Public Works—Administration       

 

 

Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)   

 Participated  in  Community  Outreach  and  Education  at  MUSD  Planet  Party  Day,  Annual  Night  Out  Event  and  Public  Works  Week  event  providing  community  with  information  on  Water  Conservation,  Strom  Water  Runoff  Impacts,  Waste Conservation and Recycling.    Negotiated no rate increase for Senior citizen garbage rates with Allied Waste/Republic Services.    

Work Plan 2013/2014

 

The goal of the Public Works Administration Division is to coordinate and implement the activities in the Public Works 2013 Work  Plan while keeping the City Council and Executive Management informed with project status reports on the operation, safety and  financial status of the Public Works Department.  These include the following :   

 Pursue new FY grant funds from Local, State and Federal programs to assist in financing needed for construction and  operation of public infrastructure facilities, alternative energy options and programs to enhance the community 

 Update Public Works page on City website to include updated information on Solid Waste, Recycling and Storm Water  Pollution information and Sustainable community

 Update Public Works page on City website to include a section to report street light outages.  Implement  the  City’s  new  ADA  Transition  Plan  to  provide  equal  access  to  civic  facilities,  services,  programs  and  activities for individuals with disabilities. 

 Continue to review contracts and agreements for cost saving measures.   Develop programs intended to maximize staff productivity, such as: reports to track street light and pot hole repair  work orders.   

 Pursue modification of electronic timesheets for Operations and Maintenance Staff.   Continue implementing Records Management Program   

Capital Requests   

None 

 

Significant Operating Changes   

None 


Public Works—Administration   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

 

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

Administrative Assistant II 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Director of Public Works 

0.90 

0.90 

1.00 

 

Budget Analyst I/II 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 

 

Solid Waste & Resource Conservation Coord. 

0.50 

0.50 

0.50 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

3.73 

3.73 

3.83 

           


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5001‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works Administration

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1045 AUTO ALLOWANCE 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               237,789 11,711 290,119 27,685 15,831 47,485 674 3,977 2,025 3,844 1,402 2,441 $               644,983

$             236,135 1,750 0 37,654 14,390 57,474 764 4,193 2,160 5,003 1,619 2,685 $             363,827

$                    320,292 1,250 0 37,946 11,303 48,974 705 6,075 0 4,575 1,662 907 $                    433,689

$               320,292 1,250 0 37,946 11,303 48,974 705 6,075 0 4,575 1,662 907 $               433,689

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2065 PRINTING 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 45,133 0 436 17,820 $                 63,389

$                60,497 0 200 100 $                60,797

$                       10,000 500 600 100 $                       11,200

$                 10,000 500 600 100 $                 11,200

$                       480 14 490 40 54 0 258 1,279 $                   2,615

$                      600 100 500 250 100 1,700 536 3,100 $                   6,886

$                            600 100 0 450 100 0 536 3,100 $                         4,886

$                       600 100 0 450 100 0 536 3,100 $                   4,886

$                   1,238 2,204 $                   3,442

$                   1,570 11,025 $                12,595

$                         1,420 3,016 $                         4,436

$                   1,420 3,016 $                   4,436

 TOTAL $               714,429

$             444,105

$                    454,211

$               454,211

Materials & Supplies OFFICE SUPPLIES 3010 3011 POSTAGE 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3047 Awards 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total


Public Works—Construction Management     

  Description of Division 

 

This  division  performs  construction  inspection  of  capital  improvement  projects,  Commercial,  residential,  and  developer  off‐site  improvements; such as, sewer water storm drain, curb and gutter, streets, grading, traffic signals and parks.  Construction Management  Division ensures that the City’s infrastructure is built to the City’s standards and adheres to approved plans and contract documents.  

   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   The  Division  completed  inspections  services  for  a  number  of  private  and  commercial  developments  including  William  Lyon  Homes      

Tract  3468,  Legacy  Homes  Tract  3446,  California  Natural  Products,  Antonini  Enterprises  Tenant  Improvements,    and  Reclamation  District 17 Mossdale Linear Park.  Inspected all Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects, which included Louise Avenue and I‐5 Improvements, Lathrop Road and I‐5  Improvements, Yosemite Bypass and SSFM, LAWTF, and various others.  Completed Standard Operating Procedures processes and manual for Public Works Inspection and field documentation practices.  Completed the storm water inspection certification for the Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI).   Reviewed and inspected Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP).   Management of City Encroachment Permits.   


Public Works—Construction Management  Work Plan 2013/2014     Continue providing Inspection Services for private development.  Inspections of improvements within the City’s right‐of‐ way will be required to ensure that the improvements meet the City Standards.  Ultimately, these improvements will  become a part of the City’s infrastructure.   

 Continue to provide inspection services for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP).  The CIP has identified numerous  projects  including:  Lathrop  Road  Westerly  Grade  Separation,  Manthey  Bridge  Replacement,  City‐Wide  Road  Maintenance and Repairs, Sidewalk Repair Program, etc.  

 Continue to oversee construction projects city‐wide to ensure compliance with the new  SWPPP requirements.   Inspection of  City Encroachment Permits.   Complete Forum workshop on trenching, shoring, and locator training.   Complete the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD Inspector)/Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) certification.    Capital Requests  None   

 

  

 

Significant Operating Changes    None


Public Works—Construction Management   Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Construction Inspector I/II 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

           

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

General Fund 101‐5003‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works Construction Management

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                 64,138 0 39,549 7,888 4,436 14,770 192 2,855 1,023 434 $               135,285

$                76,509 1,500 0 9,066 3,467 16,306 193 2,300 1,137 434 $             110,912

$                       78,040 1,500 0 9,795 2,756 17,400 193 3,500 1,122 434 $                    114,740

$                 78,040 1,500 0 9,795 2,756 17,400 193 3,500 1,122 434 $               114,740

$                       ‐

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

0 0 0 134 24 $                       158

$             383,233 5,000 248 150 400 100 $             389,131

$                       50,000 5,000 0 400 400 100 $                       55,900

$                 50,000 5,000 0 400 400 100 $                 55,900

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       104 0 3,461 0 350 40 0 475 $                   4,430

$                      200 30 3,700 2 650 100 500 500 $                   5,682

$                            200 730 4,000 0 650 100 500 500 $                         6,680

$                       200 730 4,000 0 650 100 500 500 $                   6,680

 TOTAL $               139,873

$             505,725

$                    177,320

$               177,320


Public Works—Land Development  Description of Division   

The Land Development and Transportation Engineering Division provides engineering review and project management services, such  as,  formation  of  financial  districts,  project  plan  review,  permit  processing  and  public  assistance.  The  division  provides  for  the  regulation and control of the design and improvement of subdivisions, redevelopment and real property services within the City. It is  also responsible for overseeing the Capital Improvements for the Transportation system in the City of Lathrop. Land Development  works  closely  with  the  Community  Development  department  to  provide  Public  Works  conditions  of  approval    associated  with  Building and Planning permit applications.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Coordinated with Public Agencies to obtain $58 million dollars in grants for Capital Improvement Projects; such as,   Lathrop Westerly Grade Separation—$16.8M ($10.8M Measure K, $5M Prop 1B HRSCA, $975K UPRR)   Manthey Road Bridge— $41M Highway Bridge Program   Accepted public improvements, including:   Community Center Renovation   Louise Avenue and I‐5 Improvements   Lathrop Road and I‐5 Improvements   Thomsen Road Bike Path, Curb and Striping improvements    Yosemite Bypass and SSFM Break   Mossdale Linear Parks    Speed Survey Study     Implemented Traffic Calming Measures:   Stop Signs  installed at Avon, Shilling, McKee, Independence, Pipestone and Argillite    Speed Humps installed at Crescent Park Circle   Speed Tables/Cushions  installed on Daffodil Hill, Sheltered Cove, Pinewood Drive, Boulder Street    School Zone Signs installed at Spartan Way   No Parking Signs on Dos Reis Road   Channelizers & crosswalk at Lathrop High School Roundabout.    Traffic signals installed at Golden Valley Parkway and Towne Centre Drive.   Traffic signal vehicle detectors at River Islands Parkway and Golden Valley Parkway.   


Public Works—Land Development  Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)        

Completed Citywide Road Assessment and annual road repair program, including restriping of several city streets.   Completed annual Citywide Sidewalk Repair and Trip Hazard Program  Updated the City’s Speed Survey establishing legal radar‐enforceable speed limits for City Streets.   Provided traffic control and traffic control at the railroad crossings on Roth Road, Lathrop Road and McKinley Avenue in  conjunction with Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) reconstruction of the rail crossings.  Renegotiated streetlight and traffic signal maintenance contract      Continued to implement the Wastewater ISU Allocation Policy.  Provided  plan  check  services  for  all  subdivisions  and  other  developments,  including  parcel  and  subdivision  maps,  improvement plans, specific plans, and building permit submittals.  Updated the City Design and Construction Standards. 

 Work Plan 2013/2014    

 Continue  to  provide  quality  review  and  plan  checking  of  all  design  and  improvement  of  subdivisions  and  other          

developments  within  the  City,  including  River  Islands,  Central  Lathrop,  South  Lathrop,  Mossdale  Landing,  Historic  Lathrop, and Crossroads Industrial Park.  Construction Management of the Manthey Road Bridge Replacement.  Construction Management for the Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Separation.  Continue the Citywide Traffic Calming Program.  Work with SJCOG to identify upgrades to the City’s STAA and non‐STAA Truck Routes as part of a County‐wide effort.  Work with SJCOG to identify upgrades to the County‐wide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.  Pavement Management Improvements consistent with the City’s Pavement Management Plan.  Sidewalk Improvements addressing trip hazards.  Initiation of City wide ADA Transition Plan.  Engineering of Harlan Road Street Improvements—South of Roth Road. 

 

Capital Requests   

None   

Significant Operating Changes   

 Addition of a Junior Engineer. 


Public Works—Land Development   

 Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Dir of Com Dev/ City Engineer 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

Junior Engineer 

0.00 

1.00 

0.40 

 

Senior Engineer 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.30 

2.30 

1.70 

     

       

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5004‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works Land Development

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               136,818 63,347 15,491 8,720 20,641 355 2,611 1,997 434 1,484 $               251,898

$             128,668 0 17,539 6,693 21,580 357 2,990 2,240 564 1,427 $             182,058

$                    174,349 0 17,270 6,143 29,580 426 4,914 2,421 738 1,245 $                    237,086

$               174,349 0 17,270 6,143 29,580 426 4,914 2,421 738 1,245 $               237,086

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR Total

$                   4,719 0 0 0 93 0 $                   4,812

$             274,821 0 202 200 650 1,000 $             276,873

$                    145,000 500 0 200 900 1,000 $                    147,600

$               145,000 500 0 200 900 1,000 $               147,600

$                       348 0 309 0 40 559 1,268 $                   2,524

$                      500 0 1,200 250 0 910 898 $                   3,758

$                            500 0 1,400 425 400 1,165 1,000 $                         4,890

$                       500 0 1,400 425 400 1,165 1,000 $                   4,890

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   2,815 $                   2,815

$                         3,410 $                         3,410

$                   3,410 $                   3,410

$             465,504

$                    392,986

$               392,986

Materials & Supplies OFFICE SUPPLIES 3010 3015 DUPLICATING COSTS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

 TOTAL $               259,234


Public Works—City Hall  Description of Division   

The City Hall Division of the Public Works Department provides the operation, maintenance and janitorial services of the City Hall  building.  Associated  building  costs  such  as  utilities  are  budgeted  in  this  division.    City  Hall  represents  our  City,  therefore,  it  is   important that it be well maintained and run efficiently.      

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Awarded contract with Bay Alarm for security, fire alarm and access control services.   Contracted  photographer  to  produce  aerial  artwork  to  be  displayed  on  all  common  areas,  conference  room  and                  

Council Chambers  Interior walls painted and minor wall repairs completed.  Landscape installed in front of the Art Gallery.   HVAC annual maintenance service contracted with FMB.   HVAC main control board replaced.   Serviced and rewired power supply to lobby doors.  Replaced recess lighting, burned out lights and ballasts.  Weather stripping replaced at the employees entrance.   Repaired women restroom.   Installed electric towel dispensers and foam dispensers in restrooms.   Replaced damaged ceiling panels.  Emergency Exit plaques installed.  Roof leak repaired.  Re‐configured cubicles and installed kick plates.  Maintained a safe, clean and efficient operation of the City Hall building. 

   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to maintain a safe, clean efficient operation of City Hall.   Continue routine preventative maintenance for the HVAC unit.        


Public Works—City Hall   

 Capital Requests         

Vehicle Replacement   

$     5,000 

Significant Operating Changes   

None   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary 

  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.07 

0.07 

0.07 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.12 

0.12 

0.12 

   

       

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5005‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works City Hall

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   5,095 101 59,237 513 335 1,420 13 398 83 83 33 $                 67,311

$                   6,969 120 0 658 316 1,802 18 1,152 110 52 47 $                11,244

$                         7,108 120 0 700 252 1,971 18 1,200 107 52 47 $                       11,575

$                   7,108 120 0 700 252 1,971 18 1,200 107 52 47 $                 11,575

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2025 BUILD & GROUND MAINT 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   2,551 3,188 9,190 27,563 1,200 0 0 27 0 2,140 3,963 $                 49,822

$                15,000 4,500 13,271 54,000 1,400 0 100 100 429 2,100 2,250 $                93,150

$                         1,000 4,500 8,000 43,000 1,400 0 100 550 1,000 4,100 2,550 $                       66,200

$                   1,000 4,500 8,000 43,000 1,400 0 100 550 1,000 4,100 2,550 $                 66,200

Materials & Supplies 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH

$                   2,604 1,718 0 147 113 1,445 0

$                   3,600 3,500 500 1,000 300 1,700 37

$                         3,600 3,500 500 1,000 300 2,500 50

$                   3,600 3,500 500 1,000 300 2,500 50


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5005‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works City Hall

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       ‐ 71,432 6,141 13 0 $                 83,613

$                       ‐ 65,000 6,000 38 75 $                81,750

$                             ‐ 71,700 7,000 25 75 $                       90,250

$                        ‐ 71,700 7,000 25 75 $                 90,250

Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES Total

$                 11,200 $                 11,200

$                12,400 $                12,400

$                       12,425 $                       12,425

$                 12,425 $                 12,425

$                       ‐ 0

$                       ‐ 131,000 $             131,000

$                         5,000 0 $                         5,000

$                   5,000 0 $                   5,000

 TOTAL $               211,946

$             329,544

$                    185,450

$               185,450

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES 5036 BUILDING Total

$                       ‐


Public Works—Utility Engineering       

     

Description of Division   

The Utility Engineering Division provides the basis for development and implementation of the utility related projects for the City’s  Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for water, wastewater, and drainage improvements.  It supports utility infrastructure planning,  and compliance with permits administered by state and federal regulatory agencies.  It also provides engineering technical support  and contract administration for the City’s existing utility systems in conjunction with the Public Works Operations and Maintenance  Division.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013   CIP Project Management for the utility related CIP projects for water, wastewater and drainage improvements during FY  2012/13: 

          

Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility  (PW 05‐07)  Phase 1 Well Modifications (PW 05‐07)  Well 21 Post Construction (PW 08‐09)  Water Meter Improvements (PW 13‐08)  Water Master Plan Update (PW 10‐10)/UWMP 2010 (PW 10‐09)  SCADA Modifications (GG 12‐17)  WRP‐1 MBR Expansion (WW 10‐15)  Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Facility Expansion (WW 11‐06)  Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades (WW 12‐07)  East Side Wastewater Collection System (WW 13‐02)  Wastewater Pump Station Improvements (WW 13‐08) 

   Support  for  regulatory  permit  compliance  for  the  City’s  water,  wastewater,  and  drainage  systems.    Activities  included  coordination of monitoring and reporting requirements of the permits, and ongoing planning and implementation of the  City’s  Storm  Water  Management  Plan,  Sewer  System  Management  Plan  and  Urban  Water  Management  Plan  associated  with regulatory permit compliance.    

 Ongoing  efforts  to  improve  utility  accounting  and  asset  management  practices  needed  to  effectively  manage  the  water,  wastewater and storm drainage systems. 


Public Works—Utility Engineering  Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)   

  

Provided engineering technical support and contract administration services for the City’s utility systems.  Contracts include  services  for  wastewater  treatment  plant  operations,  water  quality  monitoring,  wastewater  discharge,  permit  compliance,  SCADA, recycled water farming, and  maintenance contracts.  Update of GIS software and database to reflect current infrastructure for water, sewer, storm drainage and recycled water  facilities.  Ongoing updates to Assessment Management System (SEMS) for Water, Wastewater, Storm Drainage and Recycled Water 

  Work Plan FY 2013/2014     The work plan of the Public Works Utility Engineering Division for the upcoming fiscal year includes the following:     CIP Project Management:  CIP project management for utility related CIP projects planned for fiscal year 2013‐2014:   Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility Improvements (PW 14‐07)   Phase 2 Well Modifications (PW 05‐07)   Well 21 Post Construction  (PW 08‐09)   Water Meter Improvements (PW 13‐08)   Water Master Plan Update (PW 10‐10)/UWMP 2010 (PW 10‐09)   WRP‐1 MBR Expansion (WW 10‐15)   Crossroads Wastewater Treatment Facility Expansion  (WW 11‐06)   Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades (WW 12‐07)   East Side Wastewater Collection System (WW 13‐02)   Wastewater Pump Station Improvements (WW 13‐08)     Utility    Planning:    Continue technical studies and CIP planning for water, wastewater, recycled water and drainage utilities.  Master Plan updates including hydraulic modeling of the utility systems are needed to identify and plan projects . 


Public Works—Utility Engineering    Work Plan FY 2013/2014 (continued)      Regulatory  Permit  Compliance:    Ongoing  monitoring  and  reporting  efforts  needed  to  maintain  compliance  with  following state and federal permits for the water, wastewater, recycled water and drainage systems:   NPDES Phase II MS4, a permit administered by the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) to meet Clean  Water Act requirements for the City’s drainage system    Waste Discharge Requirements permits administered by the RWQCB for the City’s wastewater treatment plants,  wastewater  collection  system,  and  recycled  water  distribution  systems.    This  includes  reporting  spills  to  the  Office of Emergency Services, RWQCB, and San Joaquin County Environmental Health Department or California  Department of Public Health (CDPH)   Water Supply Permit administered by the CDPH   

 Infrastructure  Asset  &  Maintenance  Management:  Develop  and  improve  procedures  for  infrastructure  and  maintenance  management  through  improved  records  and  document  management  systems.    Provide  support  for  ongoing data collection and updates for the GIS and Utility Maps.   

Capital Requests   

 None    Significant Operating Changes   

 Addition of Junior Engineer. 


Public Works—Utility Engineering    Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Junior Engineer 

0.00 

0.60 

0.60 

Principal Engineer 

1.00 

0.00 

0.00 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Senior Engineer 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.02 

1.62 

1.62 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR Total Materials & Supplies OFFICE SUPPLIES 3010 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

General Fund 101‐5006‐442

Department: Division:

Public Works Utility Engineering

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

25012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$               206,544 101,629 23,835 13,396 32,157 545 5,274 3,025 877 2,135 $               389,417

$             208,794 0 27,252 10,399 33,532 548 4,792 3,583 877 2,286 $             292,063

$                    149,277 0 18,736 5,264 28,188 369 4,116 1,994 703 985 $                    209,632

$               149,277 0 18,736 5,264 28,188 369 4,116 1,994 703 985 $               209,632

$                       ‐ 0 0 0 489 0 $                       489

$                10,000 0 302 100 700 500 $                11,602

$                       10,000 500 0 100 1,000 500 $                       12,100

$                 10,000 500 0 100 1,000 500 $                 12,100

$                       394 309 140 192 578 911 $                   2,524

$                      500 1,200 0 0 740 1,798 $                   4,238

$                            500 1,400 900 200 1,015 2,000 $                         6,015

$                       500 1,400 900 200 1,015 2,000 $                   6,015

$                   4,747 $                   4,747

$                25,100 $                25,100

$                         2,144 $                         2,144

$                   2,144 $                   2,144

 TOTAL $               397,177

$             333,003

$                    229,891

$               229,891


Public Works—Building Maintenance  Description of Division   

The Building Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department provides the operation, maintenance and janitorial services for  the  Senior  Center  and  Community  Center  buildings.  Associated  building  costs  such  as  utilities  are  budgeted  through  this  division.  The Senior Center and Community Center are public facilities where members of the community gather, therefore it is important  that both buildings are maintained and run efficiently.    

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Assistance with the establishment of the Emergency Command Center at the New Corp Yard Facility   Assisted  Parks  &  Recreation  with  the  set  up  and  coordination  of  the  following  City  events:  Memorial  Day  Celebration,  

   

Veteran’s  Day  Celebration,  Tree  Lighting  Ceremony,  Volunteer  Recognition  Dinner,  July  1st  Celebration,  National  Night  Out, Lathrop Days Celebration and the Holiday Parade.    Performed Facility Maintenance  including:   Serviced the HVAC unit at the Corporation Yard.   Repairs to the Senior Center lobby light switch, fly fans, curtains, and roof leak repair.    Sewer repairs at the Community Center.   Installed towel and soap dispensers.    Community Center renovation.   Coordinated with janitorial services to complete annual carpet cleaning and floor wax at the Community Center  and Senior Center.    Veteran’s  Memorial  American  and  State  flags  replaced  to  be  in  compliance  with  the  National  Flag  Pole  Code  requirements.      Monitored  building  entrances,  walkways,  parking  lots  and  landscape  islands  to  eliminate  litter,  graffiti  and  safety  concerns.  Assisted with assessment of Code Compliance and ADA compliance items at the Community Center  Coordinate  with  Bay  Alarm  Services  to  provide  security  maintenance  services  at  the  Community  Center,  Senior  Center  and Annex building.  Awarded contract with Bay Alarm for security, fire alarm and access control services.   


Public Works—Building Maintenance   

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Assist other City departments with City events.    Continue  to  monitor  building  entrances,  walkways,  parking  lots  and  landscape  islands  to  eliminate  litter,  graffiti  and  safety concerns. 

 Implementation of SEMS Asset Management program to manage facility maintenance.    Assist with the implementation of the ADA and Code compliance Upgrades at the Community Center.   Assist with finalizing the design criteria for the proposed Lathrop Community Complex providing critical input to day to  day needs for maintenance of the new facility. 

 Continue ongoing facility maintenance and general operations.      

Capital Requests  Scissor Lift    $22,000  Vehicle Replacement   $12,000   

Significant Operating Changes   

              None 


Public Works—Building Maintenance   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)       

Staffing Summary  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.20 

0.20 

0.20 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker  

0.20 

0.20 

0.20 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.40 

0.40 

0.40 

 

Position: 

 

         


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5070‐461

Department: Division:

Public Works Building Maintenance

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 17,211 404 54,287 1,792 1,140 4,967 45 1,594 280 260 94 $                 82,074

$                23,083 400 0 2,255 1,048 6,091 58 3,840 360 174 135 $                37,444

$                       23,544 400 0 2,405 834 6,625 58 4,000 349 174 134 $                       38,523

$                 23,544 400 0 2,405 834 6,625 58 4,000 349 174 134 $                 38,523

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2025 BUILD & GROUND MAINT 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   4,557 10,481 7,420 54,788 789 1,850 5,537 $                 85,422

$                       ‐ 11,300 9,505 29,204 0 1,495 1,400 $                52,904

$                             ‐ 14,600 12,600 28,240 1,000 2,500 3,700 $                       62,640

$                        ‐ 14,600 12,600 28,240 1,000 2,500 3,700 $                 62,640

Materials & Supplies 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER

$                   4,822 482 537 0 232 2,725 0 284 0 37,921 6,913

$                   5,600 1,100 1,500 400 350 3,000 0 900 0 40,000 8,500

$                         6,000 1,100 1,500 400 0 3,000 200 900 150 42,000 8,500

$                   6,000 1,100 1,500 400 0 3,000 200 900 150 42,000 8,500


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4041 RENTS Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES 5036 BUILDING Total

General Fund 101‐5070‐461

Department: Division:

Public Works Building Maintenance

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                         13 0 $                 53,929

$                         88 392 $                61,830

$                            100 350 $                       64,200

$                       100 350 $                 64,200

$                   2,563 2,580 $                   5,143

$                   2,870 0 $                   2,870

$                         2,870 0 $                         2,870

$                   2,870 0 $                   2,870

$                       ‐

$                       ‐ 0 0

0 70,000 $                70,000

$                       22,000 12,000 0 $                       34,000

$                 22,000 12,000 0 $                 34,000

 TOTAL $               226,568

$             225,048

$                    202,233

$               202,233

$                       ‐


Public Works—Park Maintenance   

Description of Division   

The Park Maintenance division mission is to provide clean and safe parks and recreation facilities that enhance the visual appeal of  neighborhoods  and  meet  the  recreational  needs  of  Lathrop’s  residents.    The  work  includes  regular  scheduled  efforts  as  well  as  demand driven responses to recreation programming needs, weather and vandalism; such as, litter removal, restroom maintenance,  playground  maintenance,  athletic  field  maintenance,  irrigation  system  maintenance,  tree  maintenance,  and  community  event  support. This budget reflects the funds needed to maintain Valverde, Milestone, Libby and Skate Parks and street landscaping. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Performed Preventative Maintenance and Repairs including:   Replaced swings and repaired playground spring rider and web climber at Valverde Park.   Skate Park skatelite and drinking fountain repaired.     Libby Park typhoon canopy and spiral slide repaired.    Baseball field maintenance.    Maintained a safe, clean and efficient operation of landscaping at Cambridge and “N” Street and Valverde, Milestone, Libby     

 

and Skate Parks.  Continuous maintenance of the central landscape irrigation control with the Calsense Central Irrigation Control System at  Libby, Milestone,  Armstrong Park, Thomsen Basin Park, Woodfield, Sangalang, Commons Park, Green Park, and River Park  North.   Assisted  Parks  &  Recreation  with  the  set  up  and  coordination  of  the  following  City  events:  Memorial  Day  Celebration,  Veteran’s Day Celebration, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Volunteer Recognition Dinner, Skate Park Competitions, July 1st   Celebration, Lathrop Days Celebration, and the Holiday Parade.  Beautification Day:   Playground fiber replaced to meet City play area requirements.   Replanting at Community Center and compost refurbishment at Valverde park. 


Public Works—Park Maintenance   

Work Plan 2013/2014   

   

Continue inspection and preventative maintenance of park playgrounds and athletic fields. Continue to manage contract for rodent control services for Valverde Park. Continue to manage contract for City park maintenance of 13 City parks.  Continue to contract with County Community Corp. workers during the spring and summer to help maintain pond basins,  right‐of‐way and landscaping.  It is important to maintain City property in light of the increased weed abatement efforts.   Continue  to  maintain  a  safe,  clean  and  efficient  operation  of  landscaping  at  Cambridge  and  “N”  Street  and  Valverde,  Milestone, Libby and Skate Parks.   Secure restroom facilities each night in an effort to provide a safe and clean environment for public use. 

  Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement   

$15,500 

  

Significant Operating Changes   

None   

  


Public Works—Park Maintenance   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.62 

0.62 

0.62 

   

   

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐5080‐461

Department: Division:

Public Works Park & Landscape Maint.

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 27,710 606 50,275 2,917 1,839 7,769 73 2,442 449 399 163 $                 94,642

$                36,840 600 0 3,646 1,673 9,468 93 5,952 573 269 225 $                59,339

$                       37,577 600 0 3,891 1,330 10,285 93 6,070 555 269 220 $                       60,890

$                 37,577 600 0 3,891 1,330 10,285 93 6,070 555 269 220 $                 60,890

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2060 ADVERTISING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   6,835 0 2,010 2,799 2,880 31,360 0 254 2,552 1,560 $                 50,250

$                       ‐ 4,500 2,500 2,800 6,200 36,400 100 1,600 2,500 1,840 $                58,440

$                             ‐ 4,500 2,500 2,800 10,200 36,400 100 1,600 2,300 2,100 $                       62,500

$                        ‐ 4,500 2,500 2,800 10,200 36,400 100 1,600 2,300 2,100 $                 62,500

Materials & Supplies 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS

$                         45 1,421 706 298 6,215 407 3,519 0

$                       ‐ 2,000 1,500 400 10,000 600 3,000 1,000

$                             ‐ 2,000 1,500 400 10,000 600 3,500 1,000

$                        ‐ 2,000 1,500 400 10,000 600 3,500 1,000


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

General Fund 101‐5080‐461

Department: Division:

Public Works Park & Landscape Maint.

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       860 267 0 2,148 43,746 32 140 $                 59,804

$                       ‐ 500 88 2,500 45,600 122 200 $                67,510

$                             ‐ 700 150 2,500 47,600 100 200 $                       70,250

$                        ‐ 700 150 2,500 47,600 100 200 $                 70,250

$                   1,312 0 $                   1,312

$                   4,400 42 $                   4,442

$                         3,350 44 $                         3,394

$                   3,350 44 $                   3,394

0 $                       ‐

15,500 $                       15,500

15,500 $                 15,500

$             189,731

$                    212,534

$               212,534

0 $                       ‐

 TOTAL $               206,008


Public Works—Streets  Description of Division   

The  Street  Division  activities  include  maintenance,  repair,  and  cleaning  of  City  streets  and  rights  of  way.  Including  the  installation,  repair and maintenance of street signs, street striping and pavement markings are also included in this budget.  The Division provides  maintenance  of  81.4  centerline  miles  of  City  streets.  This  work  includes  pot‐hole  patching,  seal  coating  and  overlay  applications,  monthly  street  sweeping,  curbs  and  gutters,  installation  and  maintenance  of  traffic  control  devices  including  traffic  signals,  control  signs,  street  name  signs,  right of way mowing and herbicide application, weather response (sanding, catch basin clearing, gravel street work) and community event support. Accomplishments 2012/2013 

 Striping rejuvenation in critical areas of school crossings and worn areas along heavily travelled roads   Accepted public improvements, including:   I‐5/Louise Avenue Interim Improvements   I‐5/Lathrop Road Interim Improvements    Right of Way Acquisitions related to the Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Separation    Manthey Bridge Replacement Permitting Phase   Implemented Traffic Calming Measures:   Stop Signs  installed at Avon, Shilling, McKee, Independence, Pipestone and Argillite    Speed Humps installed at Crescent Park Circle   Speed Tables/Cushions  installed on Daffodil Hill, Sheltered Cove, Pinewood Drive, Limestone , Granite and Boulder  Street    School Zone Signs installed at Spartan Way.   No Parking Signs on Dos Reis Road   Channelizers & crosswalk at Lathrop High School Roundabout.    Traffic signals installed at Golden Valley Parkway and Towne Centre Drive.   Traffic signal vehicle detectors at River Islands Parkway and Golden Valley Parkway.     Implemented Crescent Park Circle name change to Independence Avenue.    Repaired damaged, cracked and uneven concrete sidewalks throughout the eastern side of the City.   Installed speed limit signs Lathrop Road. 


Public Works—Streets   

Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)   

    

Replaced missing street signs and repaired damaged street signs.  Preventative Maintenance for Heavy Equipment and  vehicles.  Maintained City streets and roadways with existing staff. Graffiti Removal and weed abatement on city right‐of‐ways.    Contract  with  Community  Corp  to  maintain  City  property,  right‐of‐way  and  landscaping  in  light  of  the  increased  weed  abatement efforts.     

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   Construct the Lathrop Road Westerly Grade Separation.    Construction Management for the Manthey Road Bridge Replacement.   Continue the Sidewalk Repair Program to repair or remove and replace damaged, cracked and uneven concrete sidewalks  as needed.  

    

Continue the Citywide Traffic Calming Program.  Continue to implement Pavement Maintenance program  throughout the City prioritizing major arterials and collectors   Initiate the Crossroads Streetlights Improvements   Renewal of Striping in heavily worn areas  Utilize  community  labor  for  right‐of‐way  maintenance  and  trash  removal  through  an  agreement  with  the  San  Joaquin  County Sherriff Community Corps. 

 

Capital Requests   

Battery Back‐ups  Vehicle Replacement                

$10,000  $10,000 

Significant Operating Changes   

None  

 


Public Works—Streets  Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)       

Staffing Summary  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.42 

0.42 

0.42 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.78 

0.78 

0.78 

 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.26 

1.26 

1.26 

 

Position: 

   

         

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Streets 208‐5010‐431

Department: Division:

Public Works Streets

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

20112‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 55,631 3,108 7,547 7,057 3,990 17,010 171 9,692 934 547 53 $               105,740

$                69,356 1,240 0 8,201 3,151 15,580 173 12,096 1,028 547 57 $             111,429

$                       70,743 1,200 0 8,860 2,506 17,250 175 12,275 987 547 48 $                    114,591

$                 70,743 1,200 0 8,860 2,506 17,250 175 12,275 987 547 48 $               114,591

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2029 STREET SWEEPING SERVICE 2030 STREET STRIPING 2031 SIGNAL MAINTENANCE 2036 STREET LIGHT MAINTENANCE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                       250 0 18,488 594 7,228 0 24,420 0 1,500 0 0 0 0 4,557 24,840 $                 81,877

$                   7,000 0 20,550 900 15,600 1,120 39,290 710 1,500 100 100 500 500 6,000 91,420 $             185,290

$                         7,000 0 20,000 900 15,600 40,000 40,000 15,000 1,500 100 350 500 500 6,000 47,000 $                    194,450

$                   7,000 0 20,000 900 15,600 40,000 40,000 15,000 1,500 100 350 500 500 6,000 47,000 $               194,450

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

$                         22 105 665

$                      500 0 700

$                            500 200 700

$                       500 200 700


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3028 PATCHING MATERIALS 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

Streets 208‐5010‐431

Department: Division:

Public Works Streets

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

20112‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   1,300 7,491 1,734 4,973 6,211 650 668 483 0 15,025 103 718 $                 40,148

$                   1,600 14,810 5,100 6,000 7,200 1,000 0 900 100 20,860 150 570 $                59,490

$                         1,600 13,000 5,000 6,000 5,600 1,000 0 900 100 20,860 150 870 $                       56,480

$                   1,600 13,000 5,000 6,000 5,600 1,000 0 900 100 20,860 150 870 $                 56,480

$                   1,093 0 $                   1,093

$                37,673 105 $                37,778

$                       38,473 110 $                       38,583

$                 38,473 110 $                 38,583

$                       ‐

$                       ‐ 0

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                       10,000 10,000 $                       20,000

$                 10,000 10,000 $                 20,000

$               112,132 $               112,132

$                99,220 $                99,220

$                       94,637 $                       94,637

$                 94,637 $                 94,637

 TOTAL $               340,990

$             493,207

$                    518,741

$               518,741

0


Public Works—Street Trees  Description of Division   

The  Street  Trees  &  Landscaping  Division  provides  for  the  planting  and  maintenance  of  street  trees  and  for  the  development  and  maintenance of landscaping within the public right‐of‐way.  The Division removes tree branches and brush that may pose a possible  hazard to pedestrians and vehicular traffic.  Spraying of street trees for insect infestation and pruning street trees as needed is also  provided.

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Tree Maintenance, including:   Trees in various locations throughout the City were trimmed to promote health or removed if they posed a public  safety hazard.   Tree pruning on Towne Centre Dr, Easy St, Brookhurst Blvd., Valverde Park, Stonebridge Way, Thomsen and 5th St.     Herbicide application to reduce mistletoe growth on trees in Valverde Park & Woodfield Park and olive tree growth  on Thomsen Road & 5th Street.     

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue  to  manage  and  trim  City  trees  located  within  the  public  right‐of‐way  and  park  trees  with  City  staff  and  some  contract tree trimming services.    

Capital Requests   

None     

 

  

Significant Operating Changes     Future  needs  for  repair  and  maintenance  of  intersection,  installing  street  signs  and  street  lights  and  tree  spraying  and  pruning  are  demonstrating  a  need  for  a  bucket  truck.    During  Fiscal  Year  2013/2014,  Staff  will  be  evaluating  the  cost  effectiveness of purchasing one versus the continued use of various contractors.  This cost would be split among several  Public Works divisions.      


Public Works—Street Trees   

 

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.04 

0.04 

0.04 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.09 

0.09 

0.09 

   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total Contract Services 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE Total Fixed Charges 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

Streets 208‐5011‐432

Department: Division:

Public Works Street Trees

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   6,591 90 608 801 451 1,286 19 449 104 39 53 $                 10,491

$                   7,760 40 0 920 351 1,220 19 864 116 39 57 $                11,386

$                         7,916 40 0 993 279 1,334 20 575 111 39 48 $                       11,355

$                   7,916 40 0 993 279 1,334 20 575 111 39 48 $                 11,355

$                   4,212 $                   4,212

$                21,000 $                21,000

$                       15,000 $                       15,000

$                 15,000 $                 15,000

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                      105 $                      105

$                            110 $                            110

$                       110 $                       110

$                   4,093 $                   4,093

$                  6,893 $                  6,893

$                         5,437 $                         5,437

$                    5,437 $                    5,437

 TOTAL $                 18,796

$                39,384

$                      31,902

$                 31,902


Public Works—Public Transit  Description of Division    This  Division  provides  a  basic  transportation  system  serving  all  age  groups  with  emphasis  on  elderly  and  handicapped  citizens.   The purpose of the system is to increase the mobility of people by interfacing with neighboring transportation systems wherever  possible.  San Joaquin Regional Transit (SJRTD) has implemented a hopper service which provides faster service to destinations.   Funds  from  this  division  are  available  for  contract  service  to  increase  bus  service  if  needed.  The  Division  also  provides  for  the  maintenance, repair, and upgrade of bus shelters.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Maintained and repaired vandalized bus shelters.   Studied unmet transit needs, maintained communication and coordination with SJRTD.   Utilized some LTF for street maintenance.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to study local transit needs, maintaining communication and coordination with SJRTD.   Revise service as needed to match budget.   Continue to monitor and maintain bus shelters.   Pending Unmet Transit Needs Study in the Fall of 2013, program the remaining LTF.   

Capital Requests   

None     

 

  

Significant Operating Changes    None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Public Transit (LTF) 212‐5013‐433

InterGov. Contract Services 2510 SPECIAL CONT/INTERGOV Total Materials & Supplies 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

Public Works Transit 

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   3,000 $                   3,000

$                         3,000 $                         3,000

$                   3,000 $                   3,000

$                 25,000 $                 25,000

$                20,000 $                20,000

$                       15,071 $                       15,071

$                 15,071 $                 15,071

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   2,000 $                   2,000

$                         2,000 $                         2,000

$                   2,000 $                   2,000

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         5,986 $                         5,986

$                    5,986 $                    5,986

$                25,000

$                      26,057

$                 26,057

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

Department: Division:

 TOTAL $                 25,000


Public Works —RTIF Lathrop Local East   

Description of Division    The City adopted the Regional Traffic Impact Fee (RTIF) fee on December 20, 2005.  The RTIF was created to help fund regional  traffic congestion improvements and related adverse impacts in the County of San Joaquin.  San Joaquin Council of Governments  (SJCOG) manages the RTIF program.  SJCOG’s management costs called Third Party Costs, are paid from fees collected and are  processed through this budget unit.  

  Accomplishments 2012/2013   Collected RTIF from new development projects.    Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to collect RTIF from new development.    Significant Operating Changes  None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

RTIF‐LATHROP LOCAL (EAST) 234‐5010‐481

Public Works Streets

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   5,000 $                   5,000

$                         5,000 $                         5,000

$                   5,000 $                   5,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                   5,000

$                         5,000

$                   5,000

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES Total

Department: Division:


Public Works—RTIF San Joaquin County 10%   

Description of Division    The City adopted the Regional Traffic Impact Fee (RTIF) fee on December 20, 2005.  The RTIF was created to help fund regional  traffic congestion improvements and related adverse impacts in the County of San Joaquin.  Ten percent (10%) of all RTIF funds  collected are transferred to this fund for transfers to the San Joaquin County to mitigate impacts from City projects on County  roads. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013  None   

Work Plan 2013/2014  None   

Significant Operating Changes  None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES Total

RTIF‐San Joaquin County 10% 235‐5010‐481

Department: Division:

Public Works Streets

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   5,986 $                   5,986

$                24,692 $                24,692

$                       80,753 $                       80,753

$                 80,753 $                 80,753

 TOTAL $                   5,986

$                24,692

$                      80,753

$                 80,753


Public Works—RTIF Lathrop Local West   

Description of Division   

The City adopted  the  Regional Traffic Impact Fee  (RTIF) fee on December 20, 2005.  The RTIF was created to help fund regional  traffic congestion improvements and related adverse impacts in the County of San Joaquin.  San Joaquin Council of Governments  (SJCOG) manages the RTIF program. SJCOG’s management costs called Third Party Costs are paid from this budget. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013   Collected RTIF from new development projects.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to collect RTIF from new development projects.   

Significant Operating Changes  None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

RTIF‐Lathrop Local (West) 236‐5010‐481

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

Department: Division:

Public Works Streets

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                   5,000 $                   5,000

$                         5,000 $                         5,000

$                   5,000 $                   5,000

Capital Outlay 5035 LAND Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$             349,676 $             349,676

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$             354,676

$                         5,000

$                   5,000


Public Works —RTIF SJCOG 15%   

Description of Division    The City adopted the Regional Traffic Impact Fee (RTIF) fee on December 20, 2005.  The RTIF was created to help fund regional  traffic congestion improvements and related adverse impacts in the County of San Joaquin.  Fifteen percent (15%) of all RTIF funds  collected are transferred to this fund to transfer to the San Joaquin Council of Governments to mitigate impacts of City projects on  the regional transportation system. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013  None 

  Work Plan 2013/2014  None   

Significant Operating Changes  None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES Total

Department: Division:

RTIF‐San Joaquin COG 15% 237‐5010‐481

Public Works Streets

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   8,978 $                   8,978

$                37,038 $                37,038

$                    121,130 $                    121,130

$               121,130 $               121,130

 TOTAL $                   8,978

$                37,038

$                    121,130

$               121,130


Public Works—CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2  Description of Division   

The Central Lathrop Specific Plan (CLSP) Services CFD fund was established  to fund the activities related to  providing public ser‐ vices, public safety, and to maintain public infrastructure as necessary in the Central Lathrop Specific Plan area. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013       

Streetlight quarterly inspections and routine maintenance and repairs to maintain public safety.   Coordinated with Odyssey Landscape services to maintain public improvements on Golden Valley Parkway.   Provided police services to the Central Lathrop Specific Plan area.  Preventative maintenance performed for the  storm water pump.    Contracted rodent control services for River Island Parkway and Lathrop Road.  Connected Land Park Pump.    

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue to provide police services to the Central Lathrop Specific Plan area.   Maintain a safe, clean and efficient operation of the storm drain facilities, and street lights and traffic signals.  Continue to provide streetlights and landscaping services on Golden Valley Parkway from River Islands Pkwy to Lathrop  Road and Lathrop Road ,  Manthey to Land Park.  

Capital Requests    None     

Significant Operating Changes   This CFD was partially removed from San Joaquin County’s alternative tax payment system (the Teeter Plan) beginning  in FY 2010/11.  It is unknown when or if the district will be reinstated into the system.  Until reinstatement, the City has  curtailed maintenance and operations activities in an attempt to match expenditures with reduced revenues.  Public  safety funding was not affected by the Teeter Plan removal.     


Public Works—CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

 

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Special Districts Manager 

0.04 

0.04 

0.04 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.04 

0.04 

0.04 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Department: Division:

CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2 239‐5066‐436

Public Works CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   3,244 48 366 206 531 9 104 52 17 39 $                   4,616

$                   3,549 0 421 161 558 9 92 59 17 40 $                   4,906

$                         3,620 0 454 128 657 9 140 56 17 39 $                         5,120

$                   3,620 0 454 128 657 9 140 56 17 39 $                   5,120

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   2,848 3,844 4,800 0 900 25,797 $                 38,189

$                   5,196 11,230 4,800 371 1,000 36,000 $                58,597

$                         5,068 11,590 4,800 250 1,000 20,400 $                       43,108

$                   5,068 11,590 4,800 250 1,000 20,400 $                 43,108

$                 51,192 139,397 $               190,589

$             102,700 106,400 $             209,100

$                    100,000 109,407 $                    209,407

$               100,000 109,407 $               209,407

$                       231 14 397 1,519 18,019 3,609 $                 23,789

$                      500 500 1,000 5,000 15,462 6,000 $                28,462

$                            500 500 1,000 5,000 19,200 6,000 $                       32,200

$                       500 500 1,000 5,000 19,200 6,000 $                 32,200

InterGov. Contract Services 2515 CENTRAL LATHROP‐POLICE 2530 LATHROP/MANTECA FIRE DEPARTMENT

Materials & Supplies 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER Total


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2 239‐5066‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works CLSP Services CFD 2006‐2

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                       246 3,811 63 $                   4,120

$                      246 9,021 202 $                   9,469

$                            300 6,530 72 $                         6,902

$                       300 6,530 72 $                   6,902

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$                 33,595 0 $                 33,595

$                77,658 0 $                77,658

$                       48,783 0 $                       48,783

$                 48,783 0 $                 48,783

 TOTAL $               294,898

$             388,192

$                    345,520

$               345,520


Public Works—Solid Waste AB939           

Description of Division   

The  Solid  Waste  Management  Division  is  responsible  for  the  collection  and  disposal  of    industrial,  commercial  and  residential  solid  waste.    In addition, administering the City’s Source Reduction and Recycling (SRRE) Program, and providing technical assistance and  outreach to increase awareness of waste reduction and recycling.   In 1989, Assembly Bill 939, Integrated Waste Management Act, was passed to establish a new direction for waste management and  the decrease in landfill capacity.  Following  AB 939, came the creation of the CA Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB).   The  City of Lathrop is mandated  to  meet solid waste diversion goals of 50%, attend monthly  planning  committees hosted by SJ County  Public Works Division, purchasing of recycled products and waste minimization.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013  Staff has successfully achieved the following:   

 City secured a grant for Rubberized Asphalt through Cal‐Recycle to promote the use of recycled tires in road maintenance       

work.  Provided  cost  effective  "bottle‐shaped"  recycling  containers  to  Mossdale  Elementary,  Lathrop  Elementary  and  Lathrop  High School designated to increase and promote recycling awareness.   The  Division  was  awarded  $5,000  AB  939  Grant,  to  implement  and  continue  the  beverage  container  recycling  and  liter  reduction programs for the City of Lathrop.   Free  electronics  recycling  collection  event  coordinated  with  Onsite  Electronics  Recycling  for  Lathrop  residents  and  businesses to drop off their E‐Waste and Universal Waste. Free  mobile  shredding  service  coordinated  with  Pacific  Storage  to  provide  Lathrop  residents  with  secure  personal  information destruction.  Reached an official waste diversion rate of 80% to maintain compliance with AB 939.  Provided a Solid Waste Recycling Kiosk for questions and concerns for the City events listed below.  The Kiosk included  free give‐a‐way bags for public outreach that included adult and child educational literature on recycling, composting, and  conservation.   Coordination with Allied Waste to provide free compost  for Residents of the Community   National Night Out   National Public Works Week    MUSD Planet Party Day   Love Lathrop—Beautification Day   Carpenter Company Annual Employee Education Fair


Public Works—Solid Waste AB939   

Work Plan 2013/2014   



Senate  Bill  1365,  disposal  of  household  Sharps  waste,  went  into  effect  September  1,  2008.  Further  research  of  grants,  funding, and implementation needs to be conducted by staff to assist residents with the cost of FDA approved containers  and shipping. 

 

Provide a list of San Joaquin County available recycling resources. 

 

Continue to organize and offer residents free e‐waste collection. 

 

Use hands‐on exhibits at city events to educate the public on their essential role in the waste reduction effort.  Continue to participate in City organized events and provide a Solid Waste Recycling Kiosk for outreach and education on  natural resource conservation educational literature, composting, and  recycling.     Complete  the  required  certification  hours  towards  the  Resource  Management  Professional  Certification  with  the  California Resource and   Recovery Association (CRRA).    Organize  various  complimentary  events  for  Lathrop  residents,  such  as:  paper  shredding,  E‐waste  recycling,  and  tire  collection. 



Fulfill  application  requirements  for  the  FY  2012/2013  Department  of  Conservation  Beverage  Container  Recycling  and  Liter Reduction Grant.



Staff  will  continue  to  participate  in  the  San  Joaquin  County  Integrated  Waste  Management  Task  Force  to  obtain  additional information on specialized conservation topics (e.g. Go‐Green alternatives) for City of Lathrop residents.  



Research and propose City Recycling Ordinances for City of Lathrop (e.g. Construction & Demolition Ordinance). 

 

  Capital Requests        

 

 

None 

Significant Operating Changes     

None   


Public Works—Solid Waste AB939   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)      Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Solid Waste & Resource Conservation Coord. 

0.50 

0.50 

0.50 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.50 

0.50 

0.50 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Department: Division:

Recycling AB 939 240‐5040‐451

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

Public Works Solid Waste

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total

0 0 0 0 900 0 331 0 0 $                   1,231

$                      362 0 0 0 0 0 60 375 369 217 $                   1,383

$                       25,674 250 0 3,222 911 0 0 455 376 217 $                       31,105

$                 25,674 250 0 3,222 911 0 0 455 376 217 $                 31,105

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING Total

$                 23,232 0 0 0 $                 23,232

$                43,115 0 200 1,000 $                44,315

$                         6,700 0 200 1,250 $                         8,150

$                   6,700 0 200 1,250 $                   8,150

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

0 0 0 $                       ‐

$                      500 300 500 1,600 $                   2,900

$                            500 300 500 1,600 $                         2,900

$                       500 300 500 1,600 $                   2,900

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                 63,435 $                 63,435

$                13,216 $                13,216

$                         6,267 $                         6,267

$                    6,267 $                    6,267

 TOTAL $                 87,898

$                61,814

$                      48,422

$                 48,422


Public Works—Crossroads Storm Drain City Zone 1A  Description of Division   

The  purpose  of  the  Crossroads  Storm  Drain  Division  is  to  operate,  maintain  and  improve  the  storm  drain  system  in  the  Crossroads  Commerce  Center  (CCC),  formerly  known  for  assessment  district  purposes  as  City  Service  Zone  1A.    City  Zone  1A  includes  approximately 4.5 miles of pipelines, ponds, pumps, pump station facilities and catch basins. Approximately 295 acres of developed  property drains into this system .  

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.    Replaced D’Arcy Storm Drain Pond fence.   Operation and maintenance of storm drain infrastructure with the CCC.   On‐going implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan    Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   

Work Plan 2013/2014     Continue operation and maintenance of storm drain infrastructure with the CCC.   Continue implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.    Continue preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   

  

Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$3,000 

 

Significant Operating Changes   

 None 


Public Works—Crossroads Storm Drain City Zone 1A   

 Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.13 

0.13 

0.13 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.075 

0.075 

0.075 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.46 

0.46 

0.46 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.705 

0.705 

0.705 

     

             


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Crossroads Storm Drain City Zone 1A 250‐5021‐435

Department: Division:

Public Works Crossroads Storm Drain Zone 1A

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 30,874 2,318 2,873 1,745 3,753 2,125 8,588 88 4,389 531 306 98 $                 57,688

$                40,882 1,990 0 1,794 4,725 1,857 10,165 96 6,622 660 306 105 $                69,202

$                       41,697 1,710 0 1,609 5,097 1,476 10,485 101 6,433 611 306 92 $                       69,617

$                 41,697 1,710 0 1,609 5,097 1,476 10,485 101 6,433 611 306 92 $                 69,617

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   3,974 382 495 0 0 0 0 1,849 377 182 $                   7,259

$                   8,462 5,346 710 160 100 100 100 2,600 1,034 8,516 $                27,128

$                         7,255 2,146 710 160 100 100 100 2,600 1,000 6,800 $                       20,971

$                   7,255 2,146 710 160 100 100 100 2,600 1,000 6,800 $                 20,971

$                       ‐

$                      300 100 300 500 1,000 300 7,200

$                            300 100 300 500 1,000 300 6,200

$                       300 100 300 500 1,000 300 6,200

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS

0 23 0 440 198 5,948


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Crossroads Storm Drain City Zone 1A 250‐5021‐435

Department: Division:

Public Works Crossroads Storm Drain Zone 1A

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4041 RENTS 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                         50 0 47 0 23,914 13 58 $                 30,691

$                      150 0 300 200 24,000 300 400 $                35,050

$                            150 0 300 200 24,000 200 400 $                       33,950

$                       150 0 300 200 24,000 200 400 $                 33,950

$                       459 4,805 0 32 $                   5,296

$                      500 5,200 5,120 259 $                11,079

$                            500 5,200 5,120 201 $                       11,021

$                       500 5,200 5,120 201 $                 11,021

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         3,000 $                         3,000

$                   3,000 $                   3,000

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                 36,863 $                 36,863

$                38,057 $                38,057

$                       38,399 $                       38,399

$                 38,399 $                 38,399

 TOTAL $               137,797

$             180,516

$                    176,958

$               176,958


Public Works—Storm Drain City Zone 1   

 

 

 

  Description of Division   

 

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Shilling Storm Drain Pond irrigation controller replaced.    Repaired Milestone storm drain lateral and cleaned wet well.   Libby storm drain lateral repaired.    Replaced level transducer at Louise Pump Station.   SCADA upgrade to move storm to ignition.   Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.   Operation and maintenance of Storm drain infrastructure within Zone 1.   On‐going implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan    Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Continue operation and maintenance of Storm Drain infrastructure with Zone 1.   Continue implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.    Continue preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.    Capital Requests    Vehicle Replacement 

$3,750 

 

Significant Operating Changes   

 None     

 

The purpose of the Storm Drain Division is to operate, maintain and improve the storm drain system in the areas of the City  located  in the City Zone 1 system area encompassing most of the area bound by Louise Avenue to the south, I‐5 to the west, UPRR to the  east and Stonebridge subdivision to the north.  The City Zone 1 storm drainage system includes pipes, ponds, pumps, pump station  facilities and catch basins.  


Public Works—Storm Drain City Zone 1   

 

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary   

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.25 

0.25 

0.25 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.075 

0.075 

0.075 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.49 

0.49 

0.49 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.855 

0.855 

0.855 

     

           

Position: 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Storm Drain City Zone 1 251‐5020‐434

Department: Division:

Public Works Storm Drain City Zone 1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 36,584 2,978 3,657 1,947 4,481 2,539 10,968 106 5,585 631 371 98 $                 69,945

$                48,423 2,230 0 1,932 5,619 2,200 12,655 115 8,062 775 371 105 $                82,487

$                       49,388 1,950 0 1,733 6,063 1,749 13,095 121 7,933 714 371 92 $                       83,209

$                 49,388 1,950 0 1,733 6,063 1,749 13,095 121 7,933 714 371 92 $                 83,209

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   8,450 1,476 495 1,801 5,702 0 0 0 50 0 913 628 440 $                 19,955

$                10,362 8,352 710 2,200 6,205 250 50 100 700 100 1,600 1,656 9,725 $                42,010

$                         9,216 8,252 710 2,200 6,205 250 50 100 700 100 1,900 1,600 7,600 $                       38,883

$                   9,216 8,252 710 2,200 6,205 250 50 100 700 100 1,900 1,600 7,600 $                 38,883

$                       ‐

$                      500 200 500 1,000

$                            500 200 500 1,000

$                       500 200 500 1,000

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART

0 473 565


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Storm Drain City Zone 1 251‐5020‐434

Department: Division:

Public Works Storm Drain City Zone 1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                   1,246 793 3,809 238 0 93 0 8,698 4,264 13 139 $                 20,331

$                   3,000 1,200 8,000 500 0 450 100 23,678 6,650 300 950 $                47,028

$                         3,000 1,200 8,000 500 0 350 100 23,678 6,650 300 1,100 $                       47,078

$                   3,000 1,200 8,000 500 0 350 100 23,678 6,650 300 1,100 $                 47,078

$                   2,389 12,789 32 $                 15,210

$                   2,400 16,240 259 $                18,899

$                         2,400 16,520 201 $                       19,121

$                   2,400 16,520 201 $                 19,121

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         3,750 $                         3,750

$                   3,750 $                   3,750

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$               132,837 0 $               132,837

$                53,358 0 $                53,358

$                       49,108 0 $                       49,108

$                 49,108 0 $                 49,108

 TOTAL $               258,278

$             243,782

$                    241,149

$               241,149


Public Works—Residential Street Lighting  Description of Division   

The Residential Street Lighting Division provides street lighting maintenance for the City streets by contract with Pacific,  Gas and Elec‐ tric Company.  The Residential Street Lighting District is bounded by Louise Avenue to the south, Interstate 5 to the west, Stonebridge  Subdivision  to  the  north  and  the  City  limits  to  the  east.    The  Division  provides  for  the  installation,  maintenance  and  operation  of  streetlights.        

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Repaired several street lights, replaced burnt out bulbs and replaced stolen copper wire.    Streetlight quarterly inspections and routine maintenance and repairs to maintain public safety.   Approximately 500 streetlights are operated and maintained.   Replaced streetlight globe on McKee and Homestead.   

Work Plan 2013/2014     Install new streetlights as new development occurs.    Continue to operate and maintain the existing streetlight system.   Continue to provide streetlight quarterly inspections and routine maintenance services to maintain public safety.     Contingent upon funding for the energy grant, initiate  replacement of existing fixtures with LED energy efficient fixtures.   

Capital Requests   

None   

  

  Significant Operating Changes       

None   

   


Public Works—Residential Street Lighting   

 

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.03 

0.03 

0.03 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Residential Street Lighting 252‐5012‐422

Department: Division:

Public Works Residential

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   2,579 96 297 167 424 7 78 40 13 30 $                   3,731

$                   2,883 0 342 130 445 7 142 46 13 32 $                   4,040

$                         2,940 0 369 104 502 7 105 44 13 29 $                         4,113

$                   2,940 0 369 104 502 7 105 44 13 29 $                   4,113

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2060 ADVERTISING 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   3,644 0 651 $                   4,295

$                   3,913 60 13,120 $                17,093

$                         4,032 60 20,120 $                       24,212

$                   4,032 60 20,120 $                 24,212

Materials & Supplies UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3049 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                 56,637 0 $                 56,637

$                80,000 0 $                80,000

$                       67,000 0 $                       67,000

$                 67,000 0 $                 67,000

$                       899 32 $                       931

$                      903 122 $                   1,025

$                         1,000 58 $                         1,058

$                   1,000 58 $                   1,058

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$                 20,430 100,000 $               120,430

$                21,387 100,000 $              121,387

$                       13,694 0 $                       13,694

$                 13,694 0 $                 13,694

 TOTAL $               186,024

$             223,545

$                    110,077

$               110,077


Public Works—Industrial Street Lighting    Description of Division   

The purpose of the Industrial Street Lighting Division is to provide street lighting for City streets by contract with Pacific, Gas and  Electric  Company  for  electricity  and  under  contract  with  Republic  Electric  for  maintenance  and  repair  of  the  streetlights.    The  Industrial  Street  Lighting  District  is  bound  by  Louise  Avenue  to  the  north,  Interstate  5  to  the  west,  UPRR  to  the  east  for  Zone  A  (Crossroads Commerce Center).  Zone B is bounded by Louise Avenue to the north and McKinley Avenue to the west and Yosemite  Avenue to the south.  Zone C is bounded by Interstate 5 to the west, Roth Road to the north, the Stonebridge Development to the  south and the UPRR to the east.        

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Application for energy grant to replace existing street light fixtures with LED energy efficient fixtures allowing for reduced  maintenance costs.   Provided quarterly inspection for streetlights and signal lights to maintain public safety.    220 Street Lights are maintained in the Industrial Lighting District.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Maintain streetlights and signal lights at an acceptable level.   Continue to provide streetlight quarterly inspection and routine maintenance services to maintain public safety.    Perform maintenance and upgrades to the street lights in Crossroads.   Replace missing street light wire due to vandalism.   Replace  wire in areas of wire theft.  Initiate Upgrades to LED energy efficient fixtures.  Contingent  upon  funding  for  the  energy  grant,  complete    replacement  of  existing  fixtures  with  LED  energy  efficient  fixtures.   

Capital Requests  Street Light Replacement 

 

 

 

Significant Operating Changes                 None 

 

$5,000   

 

  


Public Works—Industrial Street Lighting   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary  Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.03 

0.03 

0.03 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

Industrial Street Lighting 252‐5014‐422

Department: Division:

Public Works Industrial

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                   2,579 96 297 167 424 7 78 40 13 30 $                   3,731

$                   2,883 0 342 130 445 7 142 46 13 32 $                   4,040

$                         2,940 0 369 104 502 7 105 44 13 29 $                         4,113

$                   2,940 0 369 104 502 7 105 44 13 29 $                   4,113

$                   1,357 0 5,417 $                   6,774

$                   1,443 100 27,320 $                28,863

$                         1,495 100 27,700 $                       29,295

$                   1,495 100 27,700 $                 29,295

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2060 ADVERTISING 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total Materials & Supplies UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3049 Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                 22,145 $                 22,145

$                19,000 $                19,000

$                       19,000 $                       19,000

$                 19,000 $                 19,000

$                       435 32 $                       467

$                      500 122 $                      622

$                            500 58 $                            558

$                       500 58 $                       558

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                   5,377 $                   5,377

$                  5,648 $                  5,648

$                         7,203 $                         7,203

$                    7,203 $                    7,203

 TOTAL $                 38,494

$                58,173

$                      60,169

$                 60,169


Public Works—Woodfield Park Maintenance  Description of Division   

Woodfield  Park  is  a  five  acre  neighborhood  park  established  in  a  storm  drain  pond  and  financed  by  assessments  paid  by  the  property  owners  residing  in  the  Woodfield  Landscape  District.    This  budget  insures  that  the  park  is  kept  clean,  safe,  and  visually  appealing.  Maintenance services are provided by a combination of City personnel and contracted services.     

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Performed Preventative Maintenance and Repairs including:   Woodfield Park swings replaced and repaired playground.   Basketball court repainted.     Trees pruned.   Irrigation repairs.    Rodent control maintenance for Woodfield Park.      Maintained a safe and clean park including the basketball court and restroom building.    Continuous maintenance of the central landscape irrigation control with the Calsense Central Irrigation Control  System  at Woodfield.   Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Open and close restrooms daily in an effort to prevent vandalism.   Continue operations to provide the community with a safe and clean recreational area.   

Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement   

$2,500   

 

Significant Operating Changes   

None      

 

  

 

  


Public Works—Woodfield Park Maintenance   

  

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

             

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.03 

0.03 

0.03 

Special Districts Manager 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.06 

0.06 

0.06 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Woodfield Park Maintenance District 253‐5062‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Woodfield Park Maint. District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1012 PART‐TIME SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   2,996 0 61 192 328 197 788 8 265 48 35 19 $                   4,937

$                   3,751 0 50 0 396 170 914 9 503 59 26 24 $                   5,902

$                         3,826 0 50 0 425 135 1,001 9 535 57 26 23 $                         6,087

$                   3,826 0 50 0 425 135 1,001 9 535 57 26 23 $                   6,087

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. ADVERTISING 2060 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   2,005 80 0 18,255 0 0 433 4,630 $                 25,403

$                   1,712 1,700 1,400 13,905 0 60 700 9,000 $                28,477

$                         1,674 2,360 0 13,905 0 60 600 3,000 $                       21,599

$                   1,674 2,360 0 13,905 0 60 600 3,000 $                 21,599

Materials & Supplies 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC

$                       265 323 0 1,125 568 50 51 0 958

$                      650 500 200 1,500 700 0 150 50 1,000

$                            650 500 200 2,500 700 200 150 50 1,000

$                       650 500 200 2,500 700 200 150 50 1,000


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Woodfield Park Maintenance District 253‐5062‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Woodfield Park Maint. District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                 18,053 21 20 $                 21,434

$                20,000 50 50 $                24,850

$                       20,000 50 50 $                       26,050

$                 20,000 50 50 $                 26,050

$                       548 784 16 $                   1,348

$                      600 950 51 $                   1,601

$                            600 950 18 $                         1,568

$                       600 950 18 $                   1,568

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         2,500 $                         2,500

$                   2,500 $                   2,500

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$                 16,403 0 $                 16,403

$                12,425 0 $                12,425

$                       16,242 0 $                       16,242

$                 16,242 0 $                 16,242

 TOTAL $                 69,525

$                73,255

$                      74,046

$                 74,046


Public Works‐Stonebridge Park & Street Landscaping     Description of Division   

The purpose of this division is to provide for the maintenance of the Stonebridge Landscaping District.  Included in the district is Stone‐ bridge  Park,  a  10‐acre  neighborhood  park  with  a  restroom  building,  a  basketball  court  and  approximately  512,000  square  feet  of  street landscaping in public rights of way.  The objective is to provide clean, safe, and visually satisfying street and park facilities. Accomplishments 2012/2013   

 Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.      Performed Preventative Maintenance and Repairs including:   Sangalang Park swing replaced and playground repaired.   Baseball infield mix.     Park irrigation repairs.   Restroom lighting repairs.    Trees pruned on Stonebridge Way.    Hosted annual “Hot Rod” event.   Beautification Day   Playground fiber replaced to meet City play area requirements.   Graffiti removal   Maintained park, restroom building and basketball court in a safe and visually appealing manner.   Maintained a safe, clean operation of the street landscaping.    Continue to maintain central landscape irrigation control with the Calsense Central Irrigation Control System at Sangalang.    Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   Coordinated Odyssey Landscape for Park and Street Landscape Maintenance services.      


Public Works‐Stonebridge Park & Street Landscaping   Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Maintain a safe, clean and efficient operation of Stonebridge Park, new shade structure and restroom building.   Provide any needed repairs in a timely manner.   Open and close restroom building daily.   Maintain a safe, clean operation of the street landscaping.   Continue to manage Sangalang Park Landscape Maintenance contract.     Beautification Day:   Repainted restroom.   Refurbished playground fiber and baseball field infield mix.    

Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$5,250   

 

Significant Operating Changes    None          

 

 

  


Public Works‐Stonebridge Park & Street Landscaping   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

     

   

 

Position: 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Stonebridge Park St. Landscape District 255‐5060‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Stonebridge Landscape District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   3,483 45 221 412 232 669 0 10 238 56 22 30 $                   5,418

$                   3,993 20 0 473 181 640 0 10 334 62 22 32 $                   5,767

$                         4,073 20 0 511 144 734 0 10 305 60 22 29 $                         5,908

$                   4,073 20 0 511 144 734 0 10 305 60 22 29 $                   5,908

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE ADVERTISING 2060 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   1,964 192 0 47,498 8,554 0 0 0 1,154 0 $                 59,362

$                   2,683 400 0 54,500 24,973 100 100 200 1,200 0 $                84,156

$                         2,719 400 0 60,000 16,473 100 100 200 1,200 1,000 $                       82,192

$                   2,719 400 0 60,000 16,473 100 100 200 1,200 1,000 $                 82,192

Materials & Supplies 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS

$                       304 492 0 0 2,096 1,277 136

$                      350 500 500 400 3,500 1,600 500

$                            350 500 500 400 4,000 1,600 500

$                       350 500 500 400 4,000 1,600 500


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

Stonebridge Park St. Landscape District 255‐5060‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Stonebridge Landscape District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                         49 0 2,270 56,918 21 20 $                 63,583

$                      250 50 2,650 65,100 63 107 $                75,570

$                            250 50 2,650 66,100 100 120 $                       77,120

$                       250 50 2,650 66,100 100 120 $                 77,120

$                   2,311 1,762 32 $                   4,105

$                   2,400 2,460 122 $                   4,982

$                         2,400 2,460 58 $                         4,918

$                   2,400 2,460 58 $                   4,918

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

0

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

5,250 $                         5,250

5,250 $                   5,250

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                 33,645 $                 33,645

$                25,622 $                25,622

$                       31,152 $                       31,152

$                 31,152 $                 31,152

 TOTAL $               166,113

$             196,097

$                    206,540

$               206,540

0


Public Works—Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting  Description of Division   

The  purpose  of  the  Stonebridge  Drainage  and  Lighting  District  is  to  operate,  maintain  and  improve  the  storm  drainage  and  street  lighting within the Stonebridge Subdivision. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013        

Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.   Serviced pump station and repaired storm drain pump.  Operation and maintenance of storm drainage infrastructure and streetlights located within the Stonebridge subdivision.   Ongoing implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.   Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations. 

  Work Plan 2013/2014     Continue  operation  and  maintenance  of  storm  drainage  infrastructure  and  streetlights  located  within  the  Stonebridge  subdivision.  

 Continue ongoing implementation of NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.    Continue preventative maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicles and pump stations.   

Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$2,000   

 

Significant Operating Changes   None 

 

  


Public Works—Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary  11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.20 

0.20 

0.20 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.40 

0.40 

0.40 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.19 

0.19 

0.19 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.23 

0.23 

0.23 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.05 

1.05 

1.05 

         

 

 

Position: 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting District 256‐5061‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Dist

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 42,066 2,649 4,309 961 4,893 2,904 13,868 0 120 6,106 708 542 124 $                 79,250

$                56,730 1,710 0 828 6,157 2,578 16,349 0 139 9,934 885 456 167 $                95,933

$                       57,862 1,510 0 743 6,615 2,051 16,382 0 141 10,305 834 456 163 $                       97,062

$                 57,862 1,510 0 743 6,615 2,051 16,382 0 141 10,305 834 456 163 $                 97,062

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 13,968 255 495 8,555 0 0 0 0 0 487 503 10,670 $                 34,933

$                   9,320 400 710 5,187 200 100 100 22 300 1,850 1,145 12,792 $                32,126

$                         7,991 1,100 710 5,187 200 100 100 200 300 1,900 1,100 22,652 $                       41,540

$                   7,991 1,100 710 5,187 200 100 100 200 300 1,900 1,100 22,652 $                 41,540

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART

$                       ‐ 212 271 91

$                      400 300 400 300

$                            400 300 400 300

$                       400 300 400 300


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting District 256‐5061‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting Dist

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       344 298 1,217 50 47 0 33,281 1,588 28 38 $                 37,465

$                   1,000 400 2,700 200 200 200 42,700 1,800 300 145 $                51,045

$                         1,000 400 2,700 200 200 200 36,000 2,100 300 145 $                       44,645

$                   1,000 400 2,700 200 200 200 36,000 2,100 300 145 $                 44,645

$                   2,311 698 32 $                   3,041

$                   2,400 3,700 122 $                   6,222

$                         2,400 3,740 58 $                         6,198

$                   2,400 3,740 58 $                   6,198

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         2,000 $                         2,000

$                   2,000 $                   2,000

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                 37,607 $                 37,607

$                49,250 $                49,250

$                       56,270 $                       56,270

$                 56,270 $                 56,270

 TOTAL $               192,296

$             234,576

$                    247,715

$               247,715

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total


Public Works—Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1   

 

Description of Division   

 

 

The purpose of this division is to operate and maintain the system for: storm drain facilities, parks, street landscaping, signal lighting,  street lighting, police and animal services within the Mossdale area of the City.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013     



      

Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.   Completed  construction of Cricket Pitch.  Linear Parks/dog park  constructed.      Performed Park Preventative Maintenance and Repairs including:   Installation linear park benches, dog park  waste receptacles and pet signs   Replaced tennis court nets.   Replenished baseball infield mix.   Installed swing gate chain link fence at baseball dugouts.   Restroom door repaired.   Irrigation repairs.   Splash pad channel drain replaced.        Performed Preventative Maintenance of heavy equipment and vehicles:   Inland Booster Pump serviced.   CVS and M station wet wells cleaned.   Replaced M1 level transducer.   Replaced M2 UPS.     Serviced generators.   Operation and maintenance of storm drain infrastructure.  Performed inspections, preventative maintenance and repairs of streetlights.  Provided animal control staffing at an effective level for the area.  Ongoing implementation of the NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.  Provided  landscape maintenance services of park and street landscape areas.  Operation and maintenance of park and street landscape area irrigation systems.  Ongoing weed abatement.  Monthly street sweeping.  


Public Works—Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1   

   

Work Plan 2013/2014           

Continue preventative maintenance of heavy equipment and vehicles.  Continued operation and maintenance of storm drain infrastructure.    Continue to perform inspections, maintenance and repairs of streetlights.  Continue to provide animal control staffing at an effective level for the area.  Continued implementation of the NPDES Storm Water Management Plan.  Continue to provide  landscape maintenance services of park and street landscape areas.  Continued operation and maintenance of park and street landscape area irrigation systems.  Continue to maintained  safe and clean parks.   Continue ongoing weed abatement.  Continue monthly street sweeping.  

 

Capital Requests   

PW Vehicle Replacement   PD Vehicle Replacement   

Significant Operating Changes   

 None 

$10,500  $55,000 


Public Works—Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1   

  

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Animal Services Officer 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.15 

0.15 

0.15 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.20 

0.20 

0.20 

 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.22 

0.22 

0.22 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.09 

0.09 

0.09 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.40 

0.40 

0.40 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

2.11 

2.11 

2.11 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

         

         

San Joaquin County Position: 

 

Deputy Sheriff for Patrol 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

Total San Joaquin County Positions 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

   

 

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1 257‐5063‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐13 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 93,324 3,879 7,981 11,039 11,104 6,371 26,873 261 12,810 1,671 981 211 $               176,505

$             115,492 3,170 0 11,610 13,240 5,248 31,049 277 16,879 1,938 916 249 $             200,068

$                    117,797 2,970 0 11,444 14,275 4,174 32,854 290 19,240 1,859 916 236 $                    206,055

$               117,797 2,970 0 11,444 14,275 4,174 32,854 290 19,240 1,859 916 236 $               206,055

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2025 BUILD & GROUND MAINT 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2029 STREET SWEEPING SERVICE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 17,093 5,710 0 0 (6,313) 77,268 0 0 0 0 0 4,199 1,005 1,526 $               100,488

$                13,940 8,910 0 100,308 8,076 131,208 1,260 100 200 200 200 10,666 2,240 18,459 $             295,767

$                       14,700 10,660 0 110,996 11,000 114,488 1,260 100 200 200 200 9,129 2,150 7,130 $                    282,213

$                 14,700 10,660 0 110,996 11,000 114,488 1,260 100 200 200 200 9,129 2,150 7,130 $               282,213

InterGov. Contract Services 2512 ANIMAL SHELTER/INTERGOVT 2514 MOSSDALE LANDING‐POLICE Total

$                 10,621 907,814 $               918,435

$                14,574 1,015,376 $          1,029,950

$                       14,574 1,041,616 $                 1,056,190

$                 14,574 1,041,616 $           1,056,190


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT CAPITAL PROJECT Total

Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1 257‐5063‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Mossdale Services CFD 2004‐1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐13 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                         62 340 1,876 687 4,221 297 5,809 146 0 468 42 40,225 89,463 87 92 $               143,815

$                      200 1,100 800 550 4,380 400 9,700 300 555 2,100 400 49,277 118,640 500 1,750 $             190,652

$                            200 1,100 800 1,250 10,300 400 10,050 300 0 2,500 400 49,277 130,350 500 1,750 $                    209,177

$                       200 1,100 800 1,250 10,300 400 10,050 300 0 2,500 400 49,277 130,350 500 1,750 $               209,177

$                   6,189 7,873 143 $                 14,205

$                   6,200 36,921 560 $                43,681

$                         6,200 14,000 272 $                       20,472

$                   6,200 14,000 272 $                 20,472

$                       ‐ 0 $                       ‐

$                   6,520 0 $                   6,520

$                             ‐ 65,500 $                       65,500

$                        ‐ 65,500 $                 65,500

$               359,126 0 0 $               359,126

$              368,754 0 0 $              368,754

$                     383,187 0 0 $                     383,187

$               383,187 0 0 $               383,187

 TOTAL $           1,712,574

$          2,135,392

$                 2,222,794

$           2,222,794


Public Works‐Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District    Description of Division   

The purpose of this division is to maintain street lights, landscaping, park sites, and street trees within the district.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Upgrade of SCADA firewall promoting security of City communication systems.   Relocated the old Corp Yard SCADA tower to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.   Irrigation  repairs  completed  on  River  Islands  Pkwy,  S3  Pond,  Hidden  Cove,  McKee  Blvd.,  Golden  Valley  Pkwy.,  Golden  Spike, Barbara Terry, Lathrop Road and Towne Centre Drive.    Trees were trimmed to promote health or removed if they posed a public safety hazard.   Reviewed plans for construction and provided inspections.    Quarterly streetlight inspections, maintenance and repairs required to maintain public safety.   Street light knock down repairs on McKee Blvd., Golden Spike and Golden Valley Pkwy due to vehicular accidents.   Replaced missing and damaged street light cast iron split bases.   Coordinated with Odyssey Landscape to provide street landscaping maintenance services.    Maintained safe and clean parks.    Continuous maintenance of the central landscape irrigation control with the Calsense Central Irrigation Control  System.   Preventative maintenance of heavy equipment and vehicles.   

Work Plan 2013/2014     

Maintain a safe, clean and efficient operation of street lights and street trees.  Continue to provide quarterly streetlight inspections, maintenance and repairs required to maintain public safety.  Continue to manage street landscape maintenance contract.    Continue to manage street sweeping contract.  

 

Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$3,000 

 

Significant Operating Change   

None   


Public Works‐Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District   

   Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.07 

0.07 

0.07 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.06 

0.06 

0.06 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.28 

0.28 

0.28 

     

         

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District 258‐5064‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Mossdale L & L District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 16,389 236 1,265 1,898 1,104 3,856 0 46 1,243 265 143 134 $                 26,579

$                20,138 170 0 2,266 913 4,215 0 50 2,250 313 122 151 $                30,588

$                       20,540 170 0 2,440 726 4,613 0 51 2,085 301 122 140 $                       31,188

$                 20,540 170 0 2,440 726 4,613 0 51 2,085 301 122 140 $                 31,188

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2069 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 12,484 2,825 127,687 0 0 0 0 0 554 0 30,483 $               174,033

$                   5,709 4,000 41,019 0 200 200 200 300 600 100 89,033 $             141,361

$                         5,591 4,000 30,000 0 200 200 200 300 900 100 76,200 $                    117,691

$                   5,591 4,000 30,000 0 200 200 200 300 900 100 76,200 $               117,691

$                       ‐

$                      300 100 100 100 500 150

$                            300 100 100 100 500 150

$                       300 100 100 100 500 150

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS

95 43 91 376 57


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District 258‐5064‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Mossdale L & L District

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       842 50 43 0 64,749 75,508 58 20 $               141,932

$                      850 100 200 50 64,000 84,060 100 135 $             150,745

$                         1,200 100 200 50 64,000 87,805 100 135 $                    154,840

$                   1,200 100 200 50 64,000 87,805 100 135 $               154,840

$                   4,329 0 95 $                   4,424

$                   4,500 500 409 $                   5,409

$                         4,500 500 218 $                         5,218

$                   4,500 500 218 $                   5,218

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                         3,000 $                         3,000

$                   3,000 $                   3,000

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$               100,249 5,000 $               105,249

$                77,658 5,000 $                82,658

$                       75,786 5,000 $                       80,786

$                 75,786 5,000 $                 80,786

 TOTAL $               452,217

$             410,761

$                    392,723

$               392,723

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total


Public Works—Historical CFD 2005‐1  Description of Division   

The  purpose  of  this  division  is  to  operate,  maintain  and  improve  the  system  for  the  storm  drain  facilities,  parks,  and  street  landscaping within the Historical Community Facilities District.  Specifically, the District includes the Richmond American Homes  Developments  on  “O”  Street  and  Thompson  Street  and  the  Florsheim  Homes  on  Warren  Avenue.    This  division  is  designed  to  annex all new residential and commercial in‐fill developments east of Interstate 5 and function as the primary funding source for  the services and systems mentioned above.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Maintained the street landscaping, storm drain facilities, and parks in the district to an acceptable standard.   Maintained the central landscape irrigation control with the Calsense Central Irrigation Control System at Armstrong  Park.   Coordinated  with  Odyssey  to  provide  landscape  services  along  O  Street,  Thomsen  Street,  Warren  Avenue,  and  Armstrong Park.     

Work Plan 2013/2014     Maintain a safe, clean and efficient operation of the storm drain facilities, parks, and street landscaping.   Annex commercial properties located along Harlan Road as CFD 2005‐1, Tax Zone 3 .   

Capital Requests   

None   

Significant Operating Changes   

None   


Public Works—Historical CFD 2005‐1   

   Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order) 

   

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

 

11/12 

12/13 

13/ 

 

Maintenance Services Supervisor 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.01 

0.01 

0.01 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

         

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Historical Maintenance CFD 2005‐1 263‐5065‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Historic Maintenance CFD 05‐1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   1,207 0 28 123 76 222 0 3 26 19 13 14 $                   1,731

$                   1,486 10 0 152 67 279 0 4 119 24 9 17 $                   2,167

$                         1,516 10 0 163 54 321 0 4 135 24 9 16 $                         2,252

$                   1,516 10 0 163 54 321 0 4 135 24 9 16 $                   2,252

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2032 PARK MAINTENANCE 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                   3,413 1,440 3,123 0 0 $                   7,976

$                   3,632 1,940 3,355 0 4,586 $                13,513

$                         3,717 1,940 3,355 0 300 $                         9,312

$                   3,717 1,940 3,355 0 300 $                   9,312

$                   6,000 $                   6,000

$                   1,500 $                   1,500

$                         1,500 $                         1,500

$                   1,500 $                   1,500

$                       ‐

$                      200 400 300 7,600 50 0 $                   8,550

$                            200 400 300 7,600 50 0 $                         8,550

$                       200 400 300 7,600 50 0 $                   8,550

InterGov. Contract Services 2530 MANTECA/LATHROP FIRE DEPARTMENT Materials & Supplies 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

87 230 6,255 0 0 $                   6,572


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Historical Maintenance CFD 2005‐1 263‐5065‐436

Department: Division:

Public Works Historic Maintenance CFD 05‐1

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                       215 2,784 16 $                   3,015

$                      300 3,585 51 $                   3,936

$                            300 4,055 18 $                         4,373

$                       300 4,055 18 $                   4,373

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST Total

$                   9,721 $                   9,721

$                  4,531 $                  4,531

$                         6,759 $                         6,759

$                    6,759 $                    6,759

 TOTAL $                 35,015

$                34,197

$                      32,746

$                 32,746


Public Works—Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1   Description of Division       This fund is set up to account for the repayment of CFD 2003‐1’s share of the debt service for revenue bonds issued on July 16,  2003.  The Bond proceeds will be used to fund the City’s share of a water project allotment within the South County Surface Water  Supply Project, under an agreement with the South San Joaquin Irrigation District. Bond proceeds will also be used for the develop‐ ment and improvement of a water well, water facilities and appurtenances to provide potable water for the City’s Water System.  Most of the properties included in CFD 2003‐1 (Mossdale Village) have been subdivided into single family dwelling unit parcels and  are all subject to the Special Taxes. 

  Accomplishments 2012/2013    None     

Work Plan 2013/2014    None     

Capital Requests   

None     

 

  

Significant Operating Changes    None   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 541‐5050‐501

Department: Division:

Public Works Water

2011‐202 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Total

$                 19,313 $                 19,313

$                30,060 $                30,060

$                       29,453 $                       29,453

$                 29,453 $                 29,453

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES Total

$                   5,301 $                   5,301

$                   5,500 $                   5,500

$                         5,500 $                         5,500

$                   5,500 $                   5,500

$                   1,213 388,765 $               389,978

$                  1,386 620,978 1,481,077 $          2,103,441

$                         2,314 617,478 1,481,077 $                 2,100,869

$                    2,314 617,478 1,481,077 $            2,100,869

 TOTAL $               414,592

$          2,139,001

$                 2,135,822

$           2,135,822

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT 562 CAPITAL PROJECTS Total


Public Works—Water     Description of Division   

 

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

   

Start‐up and Commissioning of the Louise Avenue Water Treatment Facility. 

    

Water Meter Improvements project initiated to replace obsolete residential water meters in older neighborhoods. 

Well 21 Operations Plan and pilot testing/studies for the removal of Arsenic and Uranium .  LAWTF holding tanks sludge removal.    Contracts administered for water tank maintenance, water quality testing, and other services related to operations and  maintenance of the potable water system.  Old Corp Yard SCADA tower relocated to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.  Waterline repairs on Cambridge & Toro, Louise Avenue (McDonalds), Milestone and Easy Street.    Fire Hydrant repair on Golden Spike and Lathrop Road (Tower Mart).   Performed Preventative Maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicle, Booster Stations and City Wells: 

           

Well 21 compressor and D2 pump repair.  Well  6 electrical and awning repairs.    Well  8 valve repaired and electric wiring repaired.  Well 9 backup battery replaced, and gen sets serviced.  Replaced OIT at Well 8, 9, 10 and BPS 2    UPS replaced at Well sites and Booster Stations.    Engine heaters replaced at Well 6, Well 21 and BPS 3.  Backflow prevention assembly repairs.  Blow off repairs.   Booster Pump Station 3 VFD’s replaced.  Cleaned and inspected LAWTF tanks and BPS 1, 2, 3, and 4.   Painted floors and Well 7 & 8 buildings.  

 

The purpose of the Water Division is to provide safe, reliable drinking water to the City’s water utility customers.  The Water  Division operates, maintains and improves the water supply and distribution system.  The City’s water system includes five  active  well  treatment  facilities,  four  water  storage  and  associated  booster  pump  stations,  approximately  50  miles  of  distribution piping and 210 backflow prevention devices. The system is operated under a Water Supply Permit administered  by the California Department of Public Health. 


Public Works—Water  Accomplishments 2012/2013 (continued)   

 Compliance  with  the  City’s  Water  Supply  Permit,  and  state  and  federal  drinking  water  regulations  including  water  quality monitoring and reporting, cross connection control testing, CDPH annual inspection and response, preparation  and distribution of the annual consumer confidence report. 

 Provided safe, reliable drinking water to utility customers.   Provided high quality customer service, including response to customer inquiries about drinking water quality, and the  water system. 

   

Coordinated operations and surface water deliveries with the SSJID.  Ongoing program implementation of the Urban Water Management Plan .  Water Master Plan Update and UMWP 2010 nearly completed.  Review of system wide operations and implement measures to improve efficiency of operations, reducing energy and  operations costs. 

 Operated and maintained the City’s potable water supply and distribution system.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Continue working with consultants and regulatory agency to resolve Well 21 arsenic and uranium water quality issues.   Work  towards  training  of  operators  to  the  T3  level  with  the  goal  of  ultimately  taking  over  responsibility  of  the  new  LAWTF. 

 Continue  review  of  system  wide  operations  and  implement  measures  to  improve  efficiency  of  operations,  reducing  energy and operations costs. 

 Continue to provide safe, reliable drinking water to utility customers.   Continue operation and maintenance of the City’s drinking water supply and distribution system. 


Public Works—Water  Work Plan 2013/2014 (continued)     Continue  tasks  relating  to  compliance  with  the  City’s  Water  Supply  Permit,  and  state  and  federal  drinking  water  regulations. 

 Continue  to  provide  high  quality  customer  service,  including  response  to  customer  inquiries  about  drinking  water  quality, and the water system. 

 Continue  contract  administration  for  water  tank  maintenance,  water  quality  testing,  and  other  services  related  to  operations and maintenance of the potable water system. 

 Continue coordination of operations and surface water deliveries to the City with the SSJID.   Continue to work with water utility customers for calibration and/or replacement of water meters.   Update of the City's Urban Water Management Plan based on the results of the Water Supply Study and 2010 UWMP  Update Guidelines and continue program implementation of the 2005 UWMP. 

  Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$14,000 

 

Significant Operating Changes   

  None 


Public Works—Water   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician 

1.80 

1.80 

1.80 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.15 

0.15 

0.15 

Meter Reader I/II 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.15 

0.15 

0.15 

Special Districts Manager 

0.08 

0.08 

0.08 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

1.27 

1.27 

1.27 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

4.45 

4.45 

4.45 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Water 562‐5050‐501

Department: Division:

Public Works Water

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$               191,349 5,352 22,133 4,684 23,378 13,199 57,596 0 531 17,168 2,924 1,931 236 $               340,481

$             241,755 6,770 0 4,462 28,137 10,987 62,563 0 567 26,206 3,704 1,931 250 $             387,332

$                    245,386 5,570 0 4,001 30,215 8,696 61,605 0 600 26,643 3,286 1,931 222 $                    388,155

$               245,386 5,570 0 4,001 30,215 8,696 61,605 0 600 26,643 3,286 1,931 222 $               388,155

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2004 PERSONNEL 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2060 ADVERTISING 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 80,131 0 62,219 43,338 1,479 17,215 0 482 466 0 5,923 5,528 19,255 $               236,036

$             134,360 271,300 116,034 47,310 1,700 10,570 0 36 850 2,000 11,100 15,196 46,187 $             656,643

$                    135,600 211,500 138,600 43,810 1,700 9,775 1,000 600 850 2,000 10,000 25,700 40,700 $                    621,835

$               135,600 211,500 138,600 43,810 1,700 9,775 1,000 600 850 2,000 10,000 25,700 40,700 $               621,835

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES

$                       887 289 891

$                   1,907 0 1,871

$                         2,100 300 1,750

$                   2,100 300 1,750


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3028 PATCHING MATERIALS 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4012 SCSWSP O&M COSTS 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total

Water 562‐5050‐501

Public Works Water

Department: Division:

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       285 24,508 0 24,674 9,261 547 14,069 851 0 262,918 0 944 3,306 $               343,430

$                   1,000 46,000 0 68,587 16,500 1,500 197,200 2,100 200 342,500 0 1,000 6,300 $             686,665

$                            800 46,000 0 58,000 15,700 1,500 2,000 2,100 200 342,500 0 1,000 6,300 $                    480,250

$                       800 46,000 0 58,000 15,700 1,500 2,000 2,100 200 342,500 0 1,000 6,300 $               480,250

$           1,454,307 38,753 16,983 127 $           1,510,170

$          1,983,637 42,387 17,000 720 $          2,043,744

$                 1,600,000 44,490 17,000 474 $                 1,661,964

$           1,600,000 44,490 17,000 474 $           1,661,964

$                       ‐

$                37,590 0 $                37,590

$                             ‐ 14,000 $                       14,000

$                        ‐ 14,000 $                 14,000

$                       ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

0 $                       ‐

Depreciation/Amortization 7001 DEPRECIATION 7003 CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$           1,049,556                   58,210 $           1,107,766

$                       ‐

$                             ‐

$                        ‐

Debt Service 8001 PRINCIPAL 8002 INTEREST Total

$                       ‐ 2,214,082 $           2,214,082

$          1,278,768 2,170,699 $          3,449,467

$                 1,347,349 1,900,328 $                 3,247,677

$           1,347,349 1,900,328 $           3,247,677

0

0

0


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TRANSFER TO SRF FUND CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

Water 562‐5050‐501

Department: Division:

Public Works Water

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$               850,654 0 0 304,592 $            1,155,246

$              882,243 687,129 597,575 426,009 $          2,592,956

$                 1,021,161 627,682 0 340,420 $                 1,989,263

$            1,021,161 627,682 0 340,420 $            1,989,263

 TOTAL $           6,907,211

$          9,854,397

$                 8,403,144

$           8,403,144


Public Works—MWQCF Wastewater Collection System     

 

Description of Division   

 

The  purpose  of  this  division  is  to  operate,  maintain  and  improve  the  collection  system  for  the  transmission  of  the  City’s  wastewater  to  the  Manteca  Water  Quality  Control  Facility  (MWQCF)  for  treatment  and  disposal.    The  MWQCF  provides  wastewater  treatment  for  the  majority  of  areas  east  of  I‐5  in  Lathrop,  excluding  the  Crossroads  Commerce  Center  area.      The  MWQCF wastewater collection system consists of gravity sewers, sewer force mains, manholes and four sewer pump stations. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Continued implementation of the City’s Sewer System Management Plan as related to the MWQCF wastewater collection        

system.  Completion of CIPs for McKinley Sewer Pump Station and Yosemite Avenue Force Main to MWQCF CIP WW12‐03.  Continuation of Eastside Wastewater Collection System CIP WW 13‐02.  Initiated Wastewater Pump Station Improvements CIP WW 13‐08.  Old Corp Yard SCADA tower relocated to Stonebridge WWPS to improve the SCADA radio telemetry system.  Moved SCADA to ignition.  Purchased TV Inspection equipment and performed TV assessment of sewers   Performed Preventative Maintenance of heavy equipment, vehicle, Pump Stations: 

          

S3 mainline repaired.  Woodfield sewer wet well bypass and relined.    Woodfield flygt pump replaced.  J Street sewer pump replaced.  J Street VFD’s replaced.  Stonebridge VFD’s replaced.  Confined space equipment serviced.  McKinley Avenue flygt pump replaced.  Lathrop Road sewer lateral repaired.  Valley Crossing pump repaired.  Easy Court pump replaced. 


Public Works—MWQCF Wastewater Collection System     

 

Accomplishments 2012/2013 (Continued)      

Operation and maintenance services completed on MWQCF collection system.   Provided safe, reliable sewer service to utility customers.  Coordination with the City of Manteca regarding MWQCF operations and regulatory permit compliance.  Customer service, including response to customer inquires and sewer blockages and/or overflows.   Managed allocation, reallocation and/or transfer of Interceptor System Units (ISUs). 

 

Work Plan 2013/2014   

      

Continue to provide safe, reliable sewer service to utility customers.  Continued operation and maintenance of the MWQCF wastewater collection system.  Continue coordination with the City of Manteca regarding MWQCF operations and regulatory permit compliance.  Continue to provide customer service, including response to customer inquires and sewer blockages and/or overflows.   Continue ongoing implementation of Sanitary Sewer Management Plan.  Continue ongoing management of allocation, reallocation and/or transfer of Interceptor System Units (ISUs).  Continue ongoing project management of CIPs for Eastside Wastewater Collection System (WW 13‐02) and Wastewater  Pump Station Improvements (WW 13‐08) 

  Capital Request   

Vehicle Replacement  $5,500   

Significant Operating Changes   

 None 


Public Works—MWQCF Wastewater Collection System    

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

             

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician 

0.60 

0.60 

0.60 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.16 

0.16 

0.16 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.83 

0.83 

0.83 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.91 

1.91 

1.91 

     

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

MWQCF Collection System 601‐5030‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Wastewater

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 80,467 3,887 9,703 2,612 9,807 5,551 24,945 226 7,893 1,269 829 169 $               147,358

$             106,956 3,820 0 2,668 12,249 4,859 29,587 254 13,026 1,662 829 181 $             176,091

$                    108,695 2,820 0 2,393 13,156 3,851 28,494 267 12,606 1,467 829 155 $                    174,733

$               108,695 2,820 0 2,393 13,156 3,851 28,494 267 12,606 1,467 829 155 $               174,733

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2018 ALARM SERVICE 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2065 PRINTING 2067 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 46,209 701 495 931 0 509 50 0 2,585 1,759 13,897 $                 67,136

$                77,009 9,500 800 1,100 950 400 700 500 5,000 5,283 36,310 $             137,552

$                       73,900 5,200 800 1,100 1,450 900 700 500 5,000 16,125 35,800 $                    141,475

$                 73,900 5,200 800 1,100 1,450 900 700 500 5,000 16,125 35,800 $               141,475

$           1,018,899 $           1,018,899

$          1,713,195 $          1,713,195

$                 1,338,195 $                 1,338,195

$           1,338,195 $           1,338,195

$                       130 325 333

$                   1,000 350 1,000

$                         1,000 350 1,000

$                   1,000 350 1,000

InterGov. Contract Services 2513 SEWER SERVICES/INTERGOVT Total Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3020 MATERIALS & SUPPLIES


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3021 BUILD MAINT MAT & SUP 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3028 PATCHING MATERIALS 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3037 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3050 WATER 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total Depreciation/Amortization 7001 DEPRECIATION Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

MWQCF Collection System 601‐5030‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Wastewater

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ 420 3,273 0 983 4,699 694 668 995 0 35,188 1,742 180 250 $                 49,880

$                       ‐ 600 8,854 1,400 1,100 8,000 1,000 0 1,300 200 39,600 3,000 600 950 $                68,954

$                             ‐ 600 8,700 1,400 1,100 8,000 1,000 0 1,300 200 39,600 3,000 600 950 $                       68,800

$                        ‐ 600 8,700 1,400 1,100 8,000 1,000 0 1,300 200 39,600 3,000 600 950 $                 68,800

$                   3,307 12,642 0 $                 15,949

$                   4,550 15,000 337 $                19,887

$                         4,550 15,000 352 $                       19,902

$                   4,550 15,000 352 $                 19,902

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                98,623 0 $                98,623

$                             ‐ 5,500 $                         5,500

$                        ‐ 5,500 $                   5,500

$               535,372 $               535,372

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

$               515,158 0 346,728 $               861,886

$              577,718 63,164 390,854 $          1,031,736

$                     625,536 0 398,840 $                 1,024,376

$               625,536 0 398,840 $            1,024,376

 TOTAL $           2,696,480

$          3,246,038

$                 2,772,981

$           2,772,981

0


Public Works‐Crossroads Wastewater‐Treatment   

  Description of Division   

 

The purpose of this division is to provide services for operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant serving  the  Crossroads  Commerce  Center  area.    The  Crossroads  wastewater  treatment  facility  is  operated  under  a    contract  with  Veolia  Water  North  America  (VWNA).    The  plant  operations  are  regulated  under  a  Waste  Discharge  Requirements  order  administered by the State Regional Water Quality Control Board. 

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

 Provided  services  and  administered  contracts  for  regulatory  permit  compliance,  operations  and  maintenance,  water  quality testing and groundwater monitoring associated with the Crossroads wastewater treatment plant. 

 Project  management  and  contract  administration  services  for  the    Crossroads  Wastewater  Treatment  Plant  Improvements  CIP  WW  11‐06  to  provide  additional  sewer  treatment  capacity  needed  for  additional  development  to  occur in the CCC.  

 Administered Veolia Water Industrial Pretreatment Program Contract and management of the IPP.    Administered EKI Contract services for SWISS/Hormel wastewater permit requirements to discharge to the wastewater  treatment plant.    

Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Continue  to  provide  project  management  and  contract  administration  services  for  the    Crossroads  Wastewater  Treatment  Plant  Improvements  CIP  WW  11‐06  to  provide  additional  sewer  treatment  capacity  needed  for  additional  development to occur in the CCC.  

 Continue to  provide services and manage contracts for operations, maintenance and regulatory permit compliance  for  the wastewater treatment plant serving the Crossroads Commerce Center. 

 Continue  to  assist  local  and  new  businesses  within  Crossroads  obtain  sewer  capacity  needed  for  development  and/or  expansion. 


Public Works‐Crossroads Recycling Plant #1‐Treatment   

   Capital Requests 

 None    Significant Operating Changes      None    Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

   

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Schreiber 605‐5031‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Xroad‐Treatment Plant

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                   4,782 0 760 0 571 321 483 0 13 164 73 22 53 $                   7,242

$                   5,540 0 0 0 656 251 830 0 13 480 83 22 57 $                   7,932

$                         5,651 0 0 0 709 199 870 0 14 175 79 22 48 $                         7,767

$                   5,651 0 0 0 709 199 870 0 14 175 79 22 48 $                   7,767

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2060 ADVERTISING Total

$               521,812 0 $               521,812

$             587,245 0 $             587,245

$                    574,690 0 $                    574,690

$               574,690 0 $               574,690

$                         20 16 54,230 50 $                 54,316

$                      100 50 59,000 50 $                59,200

$                            100 50 59,000 50 $                       59,200

$                       100 50 59,000 50 $                 59,200

$                 11,502 0 $                 11,502

$                17,275 105 $                17,380

$                       17,275 110 $                       17,385

$                 17,275 110 $                 17,385

$                       859 $                       859

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

Materials & Supplies OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3026 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Depreciation/Amortization 7001 DEPRECIATION Total


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Schreiber 605‐5031‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Xroad‐Treatment Plant

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$               116,726 163,268 $               279,994

$              113,105 168,088 $              281,193

$                     155,071 163,976 $                     319,047

$               155,071 163,976 $               319,047

 TOTAL $               875,725

$             952,950

$                    978,089

$               978,089


Public Works‐Crossroads Wastewater‐Collection    Description of Division   

This  division  provides  services  for  operation  and  maintenance,  and  regulatory  permit  compliance  for  the  wastewater  collection  system, recycled water storage ponds and recycled water land application areas serving the Crossroads Commerce Center.  

Accomplishments 2012/2013   

 Provided services and management of contracts for operation and maintenance, and regulatory permit compliance for  the wastewater collection system, recycled  water storage ponds  and recycled  water land application areas serving the  Crossroads Commerce Center. 

    

Preventative Maintenance for Heavy Equipment, vehicles, and Pump Stations.  Administered contract with EKI for SWISS/Hormel Wastewater permit compliance discharge.  Administered Veolia Water Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) Contract and management of the IPP.  Administered contract and coordinated with J&J Farming Services to dispose of recycled water at LAS 2 and LAS 3. Provided services and administration of contracts with Stantec and Veolia for testing of Land Application Site (LAS) 3 for  suitability as an infiltration basin. 

 LAS 3 fence repair.   

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue  to  provide  services  for  operation  and  maintenance,  and  regulatory  permit  compliance  for  the  wastewater   

collection  system,  recycled  water  storage  ponds  and  recycled  water  land  application  areas  serving  the  Crossroads  Commerce Center. 

     

Continue preventative Maintenance for Heavy Equipment, vehicles, and Pump Stations.   Continue to administer contract with EKI for SWISS/Hormel Wastewater permit compliance discharge.  Continue to administer Veolia Water Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) Contract and management of the IPP.  Continue to administer contract and coordinate with J&J Farming Services to dispose of recycled water at LAS2 and LAS3.


Public Works‐Crossroads Recycling Plant #1‐Collection   

 Capital Requests   

Vehicle Replacement 

$1,000 

 

Significant Operating Changes   

 None   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary 

      Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

Maintenance Worker I/II 

0.10 

0.10 

0.10 

 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

0.16 

0.16 

0.16 

 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.63 

0.63 

0.63 

     

     

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Schreiber 605‐5032‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Xroad Collection System M&O

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1041 DENTAL INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 27,899 926 3,059 555 3,434 1,942 9,570 0 80 1,988 425 273 53 $                 50,204

$                35,888 850 0 506 4,168 1,630 10,049 0 86 3,393 545 273 57 $                57,445

$                       36,407 650 0 454 4,472 1,289 9,719 0 89 3,248 475 273 48 $                       57,124

$                 36,407 650 0 454 4,472 1,289 9,719 0 89 3,248 475 273 48 $                 57,124

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2069 OFFICE EQUIP & REPAIR 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$                 34,825 3,728 0 0 1,361 0 15,211 $                 55,125

$                49,521 3,900 150 100 1,650 0 13,700 $                69,021

$                       25,350 3,900 150 100 1,650 0 16,200 $                       47,350

$                 25,350 3,900 150 100 1,650 0 16,200 $                 47,350

Materials & Supplies 3017 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                       146 217 118 882 50 145 38 131 $                   1,727

$                      150 600 150 2,000 50 300 200 300 $                   3,750

$                            150 600 150 2,000 50 300 200 300 $                         3,750

$                       150 600 150 2,000 50 300 200 300 $                   3,750


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Fixed Charges 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

Xroad Recycling Plant #1‐Schreiber 605‐5032‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works Xroad Collection System M&O

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                 11,802 0 $                 11,802

$                11,000 105 $                11,105

$                       11,000 110 $                       11,110

$                 11,000 110 $                 11,110

$                       ‐ 0 $                       ‐

$                   2,500 0 $                   2,500

$                             ‐ 1,000 $                         1,000

$                        ‐ 1,000 $                   1,000

$                 29,480 0 $                 29,480

$                32,002 0 $                32,002

$                       30,653

$                 30,653

$                       30,653

$                 30,653

 TOTAL $               148,338

$             175,823

$                    150,987

$               150,987


Public Works—MBR Wastewater Treatment  Description of Division   

This division provides wastewater collection, treatment and disposal of treated effluent for the Mossdale and River Islands development  areas  at  the  Membrane  Bioreactor  (MBR)  wastewater  treatment  facility  located  within  the  Crossroads  Commerce  Center  and  its  associated  wastewater  collection  and  recycled  water  systems.      The  treated  water  is    pumped  to  recycled  water  storage  basins  or  agricultural land application sites located in the Mossdale and River Islands development areas.  The MBR facility is operated under a  design‐build‐operate contract with Veolia Water North America (VWNA).  The wastewater collection system consists of gravity sewer  pipelines, sewer force mains, and the Mossdale sewer pump station.  The recycled water system consists of recycled water distribution  pipelines, five recycled water basins, three recycled water pump stations, and numerous urban and agricultural land application areas.     

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Provided ongoing services  and management of contracts for operations, maintenance and regulatory permit compliance for  the MBR wastewater treatment plant and associated wastewater collection and recycled water systems. 

 Provided project management and contract administration services for the  MBR Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements  CIP WW 10‐15 to provide  additional sewer treatment capacity needed for additional development in  the River Islands and  other development projects in the City.  

 Administered Veolia Water IPP Contract renewal and management of the IPP.   Worked with Veolia to perform asset management assessment and 5 year budget to ensure plant health.   Management of IPP and FOGS program including review of monthly reporting systems.   Preventative Maintenance for Heavy Equipment, Vehicles and Pump Stations.   Pond 6 vertical turbine pump repair.    

Work Plan 2013/2014   Continue  to  provide  project  management  and  contract  administration  services  for  the    Crossroads  Wastewater  Treatment  Plant Improvements CIP WW 10‐15.  

 Continue  to  provide  services  for  operations,  maintenance  and  regulatory  permit  compliance  for  the  MBR  wastewater  treatment plant and associated wastewater collection and recycled water systems. 

 Continue to provide ongoing management of contracts for operations and maintenance of the MBR wastewater treatment  plant, wastewater collection system and recycled water systems. 

 Continue program implementation of the City’s Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) as related to the MBR wastewater  treatment plant’s  collection system. 


Public Works—MBR Wastewater Treatment   

Capital Requests     

Vehicle Replacement 

$7,000 

 

Significant Operating Changes      None   

Staffing  FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)     

Staffing Summary     

Position: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

 

Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician 

0.30 

0.30 

0.30 

 

Public Works Superintendent 

0.16 

0.16 

0.16 

 

Senior Maintenance Worker 

0.02 

0.02 

0.02 

 

Special Districts Manager 

0.05 

0.05 

0.05 

 

Utility Operator I/II/III 

1.15 

1.15 

1.15 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

1.68 

1.68 

1.68 

       

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

MBR#1 Waste Recycling Plant 608‐5034‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works MBR#1 Waste Recycling Plant

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI 1049 SDI Total

$                 76,346 5,008 8,399 4,009 9,200 5,189 20,399 211 5,620 1,271 729 217 $               136,598

$                96,437 4,710 0 4,600 11,172 4,380 23,058 228 13,108 1,562 729 231 $             160,215

$                       98,109 4,110 0 4,125 12,022 3,475 23,494 243 12,708 1,429 729 203 $                    160,647

$                 98,109 4,110 0 4,125 12,022 3,475 23,494 243 12,708 1,429 729 203 $               160,647

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2016 CONTRACTS‐OTHER 2027 STREET TREES & LANDSCAPE 2058 COMPUTER TECH SUPP. 2065 PRINTING 2070 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP MAINT 2072 COMMUNICATION EQUIP REPAIR 2075 OTHER MAINT. & REPAIR Total

$               616,444 7,143 5,640 0 0 2,725 2,764 5,458 $               640,174

$             968,337 16,281 6,000 2,500 500 3,000 7,248 21,520 $          1,025,386

$                    951,524 16,281 6,000 5,800 500 5,350 7,300 20,200 $                 1,012,955

$               951,524 16,281 6,000 5,800 500 5,350 7,300 20,200 $           1,012,955

$                       ‐

$                      300 500 5,000 0 5,500 700 750 300 250,000

$                            300 500 5,000 300 6,100 800 750 300 250,000

$                       300 500 5,000 300 6,100 800 750 300 250,000

Materials & Supplies 3010 OFFICE SUPPLIES 3024 AUTO/HEAVY EQUIP PART 3026 OTHER‐MAINT. & REPAIR 3030 CHEMICALS 3033 GAS/DIESEL/OIL/LUBRICANTS 3035 SHOP TOOLS 3040 UNIFORM/PROTECT CLOTH 3045 REFERENCE BOOKS 3049 UTILITIES‐ GAS ELECTRIC

98 1,265 0 4,656 1,045 248 0 215,434


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

MBR#1 Waste Recycling Plant 608‐5034‐452

Department: Division:

Public Works MBR#1 Waste Recycling Plant

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

Materials & Supplies (CONTINUED) 3510 MEMBER. DUES/SUBSCRIPT 3520 TRAINING & TRAVEL Total

$                         38 293 $               223,077

$                      700 1,500 $             265,250

$                            700 1,500 $                    266,250

$                       700 1,500 $               266,250

Fixed Charges 4010 FIXED CHARGES 4040 SPECIAL FEES 4080 BAD DEBT 4090 COMPENSATED ABSENCES Total

$                   1,182 84,856 3,971 79 $                 90,088

$                   3,737 133,550 20,000 590 $             157,877

$                         3,737 99,190 20,000 442 $                    123,369

$                   3,737 99,190 20,000 442 $               123,369

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                28,515 0 $                28,515

$                             ‐ 7,000 $                         7,000

$                        ‐ 7,000 $                   7,000

Depreciation/Amortization 7001 DEPRECIATION Total

$                 26,502 $                 26,502

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                             ‐ $                             ‐

$                        ‐ $                        ‐

Internal Charges INDIRECT COST CAPITAL REPLACEMENT Total

$               357,442 0 $               357,442

$              305,887 6,000 $              311,887

$                     385,816 108,568 $                     494,384

$               385,816 108,568 $               494,384

 TOTAL $           1,473,881

$          1,949,130

$                 2,064,605

$           2,064,605

Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 5030 VEHICLES Total

0


MEASURE C 


Measure C Budget Summary 2011‐2012 Actual

2012‐2013 Budget

2013‐2014 City Manager

2013‐2014 City Council

Operating Revenues by Fund General Fund ‐ Measure C Lathrop Manteca Fire ‐ Measure C Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                 1,200,000 $                    800,000 $                 2,000,000

$           1,200,000 $               800,000 $           2,000,000

Departmental Operating Expenditure by Deparment General Fund ‐ Essential City Services ‐ Measure C Personnel Services InterGov. Contract Services Capital Outlay GF Essential City Services Total

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    116,285 $                    552,761 $                       90,000 $                    759,046

$               116,285 $               552,761 $                 90,000 $               759,046

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ LFMD Total $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    397,662 $                    400,000 $                    797,662

$               397,662 $               400,000 $               797,662

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                 1,556,708

$           1,556,708

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    440,954 $                         2,338 $                    443,292

$               440,954 $                   2,338 $               443,292

LMFD ‐Measure C  InterGov. Contract Services Capital Outlay

Total

Funbd Balance General Fund ‐ Essential City Services ‐ Measure C LMFD ‐Measure C 

Measure C Staffing Deputy Sheriff for Community Impact Team Deputy Sheriff for School Resource Officer Facility Supervisor Firefighter/Engineers Office Assistant I/II Sergeant to Serve as Supervisor Total Community Development FTE

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

2.00 1.00 1.20 2.00 1.00 1.00 8.20

2.00 1.00 1.20 2.00 1.00 1.00                        8.20


Measure C—Essential City Services   

Description of Division  In  September  2011,  the  City  Council  directed  staff  to  evaluate  a  local  revenue  measure  for  the  purpose  of  maintaining  and  enhancing essential City services, such as police and fire protection, and youth and senior services within the City.  In July 2012,  Council approved placing a 1% sales tax measure on the November ballot for voter consideration.  On November 6, 2012, over 77%  of the City of Lathrop registered voters passed Measure C (Public Safety/Essential City Services).     On November 19, 2012, the City Council approved an agreement with Lathrop Manteca Fire District allocating 40% of Measure C  funds to the District.  The Measure C funds will be used to augment and enhance fire protection activities within the City.    The remaining 60% of Measure C funds will be used by the City to maintain and enhance police and other essential City services.   All  Measure  C expenditures will be reviewed  by the  Measure C Community  Oversight Committee and recommended  to  the City  Council for approval.    Measure C went into effect on April 1, 2013.  The City will begin receiving revenue from Measure C in September 2013.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013     Measure C was passed by over 77% on November 6, 2012.    Established Community Oversight Committee     Work Plan 2013/2014   

 Police ‐ Restore 4 unfunded sworn positions:                   

     

     

2 Community Impact Team Deputies to combat street‐level crimes and create a proactive supplement to  patrol activities, utilizing an intelligence based reaction team focused on criminal street gangs and drug  traffickers. 

       

       

1 Administrative Sergeant to provide direct supervision to the Resource Officers, Traffic Officers and   Investigations Officers, as well as general supervision to the dayshift patrol officers.   This position   also assists with administrative functions to allow management to focus on developing a public safety   services plan for the anticipated future growth of the City. 


Measure C—Essential City Services   

Work Plan 2013/2014 continued         

     

1 School Resource Officer to promote a safe environment for school and student success, focusing   on prevention, intervention and outreach. 

 

 Other Essential City Services ‐ Parks & Recreation Positions 

       

In anticipation of the opening of the Lathrop Generations Center, the Parks & Recreation Department is requesting to  fund two previously unfunded Facility Supervisor positions and fund an Office Assistant position resulting from the re‐ classification of the Administrative Assistant to Recreation Coordinator.  Although the facility is not anticipated to open  until the fall of 2014, these positions will be filled in December 2013 in order to cross train prior to the opening of the  Lathrop Generations Center.     Facility Supervisors — 2 Positions (1.0 FTE & 0.2 FTE)    The two facility supervisor positions are requested to be funded as of December 1, 2013; these positions include:     Facility Supervisor — Full Time (1.0 FTE)   Facility Supervisor — Part Time ( 0.20 FTE)     Office Assistant ‐ 1 Position (1.0 FTE)  The Parks & Recreation Department is proposing to reclassify their Administrative Assistant position  to a  Recreation Coordinator  and this reclassification will leave a need for an Office Assistant.  Although the Office  Assistant will work under the Parks & Recreation Administrative Division, it will be budgeted under Measure C–  Essential City Services. 

Capital Requests   

 Police   Patrol Vehicle for Community Impact Team Officers   Vehicle Sergeant   

 

   

   

$55,000  $35,000 


Measure C—Essential City Services   

Staffing FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

 

Staffing Summary 

 

Position: 

     

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Facility Supervisor 

0.00 

0.00 

1.20 

Office Assistant I/II 

0.00 

0.00 

1.00 

Total Full Time Equivalents 

0.00 

0.00 

2.20 

San Joaquin County Positions: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Deputy Sheriff for Com Impact Team 

0.00 

0.00 

2.00 

Deputy Sheriff for School Resource Officer 

0.00 

0.00 

1.00 

Sergeant to Serve as Supervisor 

0.00 

0.00 

1.00 

Total San Joaquin County Positions 

0.00 

0.00 

4.00 

               

   


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

General Fund 101‐1910‐412

Department: Division:

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Personnel Services 1011 REGULAR SALARIES 1013 OVERTIME 1014 VACATION/SICK LEAVE 1015 STAND BY  1020 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYER 1021 RETIRE‐PERS EMPLOYEE 1040 HEALTH INSURANCE 1042 LIFE INSURANCE 1044 WORKER'S COMP INSUR 1046 FICA 1047 SUI Total InterGov. Contract Services 2516 MEASURE C /INTERGOV

Capital Outlay 5030 VEHICLES Total

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

Measure C Essential City Services

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED $                 60,952 5,272 0 0 7,650 2,182 34,800 157 2,730 1,287 1,255 $               116,285

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                       60,952 5,272 0 0 7,650 2,182 34,800 157 2,730 1,287 1,255 $                    116,285

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    552,761 $                    552,761

$               552,761 $               552,761

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       90,000 $                       90,000

$                 90,000 $                 90,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                    759,046

$               759,046

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Measure C—Lathrop Manteca Fire District   

In  September  2011,  the  City  Council  directed  staff  to  evaluate  a  local  revenue  measure  for  the  purpose  of  maintaining  and  enhancing essential City services, such as police and fire protection, and youth and senior services within the City.  In July 2012,  Council approved placing a 1% sales tax measure on the November ballot for voter consideration.  On November 6, 2012, over 77%  of the City of Lathrop’s registered voters passed Measure C (Public Safety/Essential City Services).     On November 19, 2012, the City Council approved an agreement with Lathrop Manteca Fire District allocating 40% of Measure C  funds to the District.  The Measure C funds will be used to augment and enhance fire protection activities within the City.    All Measure C expenditures will be reviewed by the Measure C Community Oversight Committee     Measure  C  went  into  effect  on  April  1,  2013.    The  City  and  the  Lathrop  Manteca  Fire  District  will  begin  receiving  revenue  from  Measure C in September 2013.   

Accomplishments 2012/2013   Measure C was passed by over 77% on November 6, 2012.    Agreement was approved with Lathrop Manteca Fire District to receive 40%   Established Community Oversight Committee     Work Plan 2013/2014     Fund 2 firefighter positions and fund overtime to maintain a constant 3 firefighter on duty at each station 24/7:             

 

         

The first year allocation is to maintain two firefighters not funded under the Safer Grant. These     firefighters were hired to establish the staffing levels desired by the City in an effort to increase the   number of firefighters closer to the level required by NFPA 1710. This is required in order to enhance the  preservation of life, property and the environment within the City of Lathrop.    


Measure C—Lathrop Manteca Fire District   

Capital Requests   

 Heavy Rescue Unit and Equipment       

     

Heavy Rescue is needed to respond to specialized emergencies including:  Confined Space, Hazardous   Materials, Trench Rescues ,Dive Rescues and Urban Search &Rescue (USAR).  This unit has specialized   equipment for mitigating these types of emergences.   

 

Significant Operating Changes    Through the staffing of two additional firefighters, the safer grant funded firefighters and the additional overtime, the  District will be able to maintain the staffing level of six firefighters on duty 24/7 in the City of Lathrop. This will allow the  Lathrop Manteca Fire District to achieve the staffing levels in the City of Lathrop that are provided in neighboring cities.   In addition,  the District will be able to maintain the enhanced ISO rating that was earned from the Insurance Services  Office in May of 2013. The staffing levels provided by the District to the City of Lathrop prior to the Measure C funding  would have dropped staffing levels to two firefighters per station which is significantly below the national standards.     The new Heavy Rescue Unit and Equipment will allow the District to provide an enhanced level of public safety to the  community.    The  new  apparatus  and  equipment  will  allow  the  District  to  respond  to  residents  and  businesses  with  specialized emergency in needs immediately.   


Measure C—Lathrop Manteca Fire District   

Staffing FY 2013/2014 (in alphabetical order)   

           

Staffing Summary  Lathrop Manteca Fire District Positions: 

11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

Firefighters/Engineers 

0.00 

0.00 

2.00 

Lathrop Manteca Fire District Positions 

0.00 

0.00 

2.00 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

LMFD Measure C 201‐1920‐412

2011‐2012 ACTUAL InterGov. Contract Services 2516 MEASURE C /INTERGOV

Capital Outlay 5020 MACHINES & EQUIPMENT Total

Department: Division:

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

Measure C Lathrop Manteca Fire District

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL ADOPTED

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    397,662 $                    397,662

$               397,662 $               397,662

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                       ‐ $                       ‐

$                    400,000 $                    400,000

$               400,000 $               400,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                    797,662

$               797,662


DEVELOPER PROJECTS 


Developer Projects—Saybrook CLSP LLC   

Description of Developer Project  The  project  consists  of  approximately  1,525  acres  located  north  of  Mossdale  Village  on  the  west  side  of  I‐5.   The  property  was  annexed into the City of Lathrop in 2005.  The project land uses include 468 acres of low‐density residential, 305 acres of medium  density residential, and 49 acres of high density residential.  Other uses include extensive commercial development, a High School  site for Lathrop, K‐8 schools, community and neighborhood parks, a site for a future civic center, levees and open space.  A tentative  map is approved for 1,040 single‐family lots within 10 villages.  The only current development activity occurring  within the project is  the New Generation Community Center which will begin construction in 2013.  

The  City  is  reviewing  a  restructuring  of  CFD  2006‐01  and  02  to  help  this  project  begin  construction.    Saybrook  is  processing a transfer of the Development Agreement to allow them to continue to develop this area.  Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.   

Professional Services — $100,000   

Specialized Legal Services 

$100,000 

 

General Fund Salaries — $50,000   

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$50,000 

 

Capital/Projects — $157,920   

Annual SSJID Fixed O & M 

$157,920 

 

Debt Service — $575,360  2003 COP Bond Payment (94% of Future) 

$573,360 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Developer Projects Saybrook CLSP LLC

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       ‐

$                50,000 50,000 $             100,000

$                    100,000 50,000 $                    150,000

$               100,000 50,000 $               150,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$             100,000

$                    150,000

$               150,000

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

Saybrook CLSP LLC 281‐8999‐471

$                       ‐ 0


Developer Projects—Gateway Business Park   

Description of Developer Project  This  approved  project,  located  in  the  City’s  Sphere  of  Influence,  is  south  of  the  existing  city  limits  adjoining  McKinley  Avenue  and  North of State Route 120. The approved specific plan includes office, retail and industrial use on 213.5 acres.  On January 23, 2012  the City Council approved partial Annexation of the specific plan area which was approved by LAFCO on June 1, 2012.  The developer  is actively pursuing commercial and industrial builders. 

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.    Professional Services — $50,000   

Contracts 

$50,000 

 

  General Fund Salaries — $20,000         

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$20,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Gateway Business Park 282‐8999‐471

Department: Division:

Developer Projects Gateway Business Park

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                   1,883 13,355 $                 15,238

$                15,000 20,000 $                35,000

$                       50,000 20,000 $                       70,000

$                 50,000 20,000 $                 70,000

 TOTAL $                 15,238

$                35,000

$                      70,000

$                 70,000


Developer Projects—Watt (Lathrop Marketplace II)   

Description of Developer Project  Lathrop Marketplace II consists of a 51 acre commercial property located at the northeast corner of Golden Valley Parkway and  River  Islands  Parkway.   Total  building  area,  when  the  shopping  center  is  completed,  will  be  approximately  702,835  square  feet  consisting of nine (9) buildings.  Golden Valley Parkway is complete for commercial access to this property.  Although, there is no  commercial development activity at this time, interest does appear to be picking up.   However, this project is within CLSP and is  subject to the liens from CFD 2006‐01.  Restructuring of this CFD is delaying construction on this site.   Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.   

Professional Services — $5,000   

Specialized Legal Services 

$5,000 

 

General Fund Salaries — $2,500   

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$2,500 

 

Capital/Projects — $6,294               

Annual SSJID Fixed O & M 

$6,294 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Watt (Lathrop Marketplace II) 283‐8999‐471

Developer Projects Watt (Lathrop Marketplace II)

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

27 $                         27

$                   5,000 2,500 $                   7,500

$                         5,000 2,500 $                         7,500

$                   5,000 2,500 $                   7,500

 TOTAL $                         27

$                   7,500

$                         7,500

$                   7,500

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

$                       ‐


Developer Projects—South Lathrop Richland   

Description of Developer Project  This  proposed  project,  located  in  the  City’s  Sphere  of  Influence,  is  south  of  State  Route  120,  connected  to  the  City  by  the  undercrossing  at  Guthmiller.  The  proposed  specific  plan  will  include  office,  retail  and  industrial  use  on  300  acres.    Richland  has  submitted a Specific Plan and associated applications for approximately 300 acres. 

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.   

Professional Services — $100,000   

Professional Services 

$100,000 

 

General Fund Salaries — $20,000                   

General Fund Salaries 

$20,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

South Lathrop Richland 286‐8999‐471

Developer Projects South Lathrop Richland

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       ‐ 110 $                       110

$                   2,500 2,500 $                   5,000

$                    100,000 20,000 $                    120,000

$               100,000 20,000 $               120,000

 TOTAL $                       110

$                   5,000

$                    120,000

$               120,000


Developer Projects—Crossroads Richland   

Description of Developer Project  Located on a site south of Louise Avenue between Howland and Harlan Roads, Crossroads is an industrial/commercial area comprised  of  450  acres  of  industrial  property,  zoned  Limited  Industrial  (IL)  and  48  acres  of  Highway  Commercial  (HC)  zoned  land.   The  commercial area contains the 138,000 square foot Lathrop Business Park.  Adjoining the Lathrop Business Park are several restaurants  and a hotel. The Industrial area includes several leading manufacturing and distribution facilities.  A 517,300 s.f. speculation industrial  warehouse/distribution building on a 29 acres site at the south end of Harlan Rd. received planning approval.   Building Permit has  been submitted to date and is ready to issue.   In‐n‐Out are looking to expand their operations. The City , Richland Planned Communities, and business owners are exploring options  for a sewer plant expansion to promote growth.    

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.   

Professional Services — $5,000   

Specialized Legal Services 

$5,000 

 

General Fund Salaries — $2,500   

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$2,500 

 

Capital/Projects — $1,296,166   

Water CFF Credit Reimbursements 

$56,056 

 

Sewer CFF Credit Reimbursements 

$482,351 

 

Storm Drain CFF Credit Reimbursements 

$302,789 

Transportation CFF Credit Reimbursements  $454,970 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Crossroads Richland 288‐8999‐471

Department: Division:

Developer Projects Crossroads Richland

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

$                       ‐ 2,326 $                   2,326

$                   5,000 2,500 $                   7,500

$                         5,000 2,500 $                         7,500

$                   5,000 2,500 $                   7,500

Capital Outlay 5041 CAPACITY REIMBURSEMENT Total

$                   5,264 $                   5,264

$          1,338,550 $          1,338,550

$                 1,296,166 $                 1,296,166

$           1,296,166 $           1,296,166

 TOTAL $                   7,590

$          1,346,050

$                 1,303,666

$           1,303,666


Developer Projects—Pacific Union Homes   

Description of Developer Project  The project is being developed as a mixed‐use master planned development located on the west side of Interstate 5, east of the San  Joaquin River, north and south of River Islands Boulevard. The site consists of approximately 316 acres within the Mossdale Village  portion  of  the  West  Lathrop  Specific  Plan  area.   The  property  is  located  within  the  Mossdale  Landing  Urban  Design  Concept.   The  project land uses include 929 low‐density lots, 179 medium density lots, one K‐8 elementary school site, a 20‐acre community park,  four neighborhood parks, bike trails and bike paths, the River Linear Park, and a fire station site.  Vacant padded subdivision lots have  been purchased by major developers and construction of new homes is anticipated to continue this year. 

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.    General Fund Salaries — $10,000   

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$10,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Contract Services 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

Pacific Union Homes 290‐8999‐471

Developer Projects Pacific Union Homes

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       888 $                       888

$                10,000 $                10,000

$                       10,000 $                       10,000

$                 10,000 $                 10,000

 TOTAL $                       888

$                10,000

$                      10,000

$                 10,000


Developer Projects—River Islands   

Description of Developer Project  The  River  Islands  at  Lathrop  project  will  be  developed  as  a  mixed‐use  residential/commercial  development  on  4,995  acres  on  Stewart Tract, west of Interstate 5 and the San Joaquin River.  The project includes, among other uses, 11,000 residential units, an  approximately  325‐acre  employment  center;  a  45‐acre  town  center;  schools,  various  single‐boat  and  multi‐boat  docks;  golf  courses; more than 260 acres of parkland; more than 600 acres of lakes, waterways, and canals; over 600 acres of open space; and  necessary public facilities and infrastructure to support the project.  A current tentative map of 4,284 units in Phase 1 of the plan  is  approved.      Bradshaw  Crossing  Bridge  has  been  completed.    The  developer  anticipates  starting  residential  and  commercial  development in late 2013.  Road improvements are being completed for access to the new Charter School to open in August of  2013.      

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.   

Professional Services — $155,146 

 

 

 

 

Contracts 

$150,146 

 

Plan Check & Inspections 

$100,000 

iGATE Contribution 

$    5,000 

 

Pond E 

$     6,900 

 

MBR #1—Wastewater Standby Charge  $155,016 

General Fund Salaries — $270,000     

 

 

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

  $   20,000 

Billable Police Services 

  $250,000 

  Debt Service — $159,854   

 

2000 COP Water Bond Payment (32.69%)  $159,854 

  Capital/Projects — $100,000 

 

Annual SSJID Fixed O & M 

$534,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Department: Division:

River Islands 295‐8999‐471

Developer Projects River Islands

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE 2091 POLICE SERVICES Total

$                 11,442 47,564 299,538 $               358,544

$                55,000 20,000 326,583 $             401,583

$                    155,146 20,000 250,000 $                    425,146

$               155,146 20,000 250,000 $               425,146

Debt Service 8001 PRINCIPAL 8002 INTEREST Total

$                 63,746 125,017 $               188,763

$                81,398 78,224 $             159,622

$                       92,578 67,276 $                    159,854

$                 92,578 67,276 $               159,854

 TOTAL $               547,307

$             561,205

$                    585,000

$               585,000


Developer Projects—TCN Properties   

Description of Developer Project  The Mossdale Landing project site is located within the Mossdale Village area of the West Lathrop Specific Plan, bordered on the  west  by  the  San  Joaquin  River  and  on  the  south  by  the  southern  boundary  of  the  Mossdale  Landing  Urban  Design  Concept.   The  proposed  project  is  approximately  137  acres  and  consists  of  241  low‐density  lots,  151  medium  density  lots,  one  K‐8  elementary  school site, a village commercial area that will contain 122 high‐density residential units as well as retail, a service commercial area,  bike trails and bike paths, and a portion of the River Linear Park open space area.  The Mossdale Landing South project is a proposed  project by TCN Properties consisting of approximately 104 acres within the Mossdale Village area of the West Lathrop Specific Plan  (WLSP).   The  project  site  is  located  west  of  Interstate  5  and  south  of  the  Mossdale  Landing  and  Mossdale  Landing  East  projects.  Most of the vacant padded subdivision lots have been repurchased by major developers, and construction of new model  complexes  have  been  completed  and  multiple  phases  have  begun.    No  commercial  development  activity  is  currently  occurring,  although interest does appear to be picking up. 

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.    Professional Services — $20,000  

 

 

 

Specialized Legal Services 

$10,000 

 

Professional Services 

$10,000 

  General Fund Salaries — $10,000   

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$10,000 

  Capital/Projects — $14,000       

Annual SSJID Fixed O & M 

$14,000 

 

 

 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

TCN Properties 297‐8999‐471

Developer Projects TCN Properties

2011‐2012 ACTUAL

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       ‐ 16,823 $                 16,823

$                20,000 10,000 $                30,000

$                       20,000 10,000 $                       30,000

$                 20,000 10,000 $                 30,000

 TOTAL $                 16,823

$                30,000

$                      30,000

$                 30,000


Developer Projects—Watt (Lathrop Marketplace I)   

Description of Developer Project  The  Watt‐McKee  property  is  a  portion  of  the  Mossdale  Landing  East  Project.   Watt‐McKee  controls  the  27  acres  of  Highway  Commercial property located at the southwest corner of Louise Avenue/ River Islands Parkway and I‐5.  Lathrop Market Place is  anchored  by  Target  and  plans  for  an  additional  anchor  and  several  freestanding  commercial  and  retail  businesses  totaling  300,000  square  feet  are  approved.    No  commercial  development  activity  is  currently  occurring,  although  Watt  is  actively  pursuing development opportunities.     

Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.    Professional Services — $5,000   

Specialized Legal Services 

$5,000 

 

General Fund Salaries — $4,000  Billable Staff Time for work on Project   

$4,000 

  Capital/Projects — $3,000     

Annual SSJID Fixed O & M 

$3,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

Watt (Lathrop Marketplace I) 298‐8999‐471

Developer Projects Watt (Lathrop Marketplace I)

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED

$                       ‐

$                   5,000 4,000 $                   9,000

$                         5,000 4,000 $                         9,000

$                   5,000 4,000 $                   9,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                   9,000

$                         9,000

$                   9,000

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

$                       ‐ 0


Developer Projects—Pegasus   

Description of Developer Project  The Developer is looking at several locations to develop in the Mossdale Village area: 

 Tract 3626 Pegasus has submitted a pre‐application for a revision to Tract 3626 proposing a 48 lot subdivision.   208 Unit Apartments:  Staff has been working with Pegasus to work out details to construct the portion of Golden Valley  Parkway from Brookhurst to Saddler Oak. 

 Towne Centre, east of City Hall:  Pegasus is processing a retail/residential mixed use project.   Sprayfield on Golden Valley Pkwy (GVP) at Towne Centre Drive:  Pegasus is pursuing a retail use if they can relocate the  sprayfield. 

 Golden Valley Parkway South of Towne Centre Drive:  Pegasus is pursuing construction of a new retail building.  Description of Developer Project Funds  This fund accounts for revenue and expenditure activities related to the development project.    Professional Services — $5,000   

Contracts 

$5,000 

  General Fund Salaries — $5,000         

Billable Staff Time for work on Project 

$5,000 


Budget For Fiscal Year 2013‐2014 Fund Title: Fund/Division Number: 

2012‐2013 AMENDED BUDGET

2011‐2012 ACTUAL Contract Services 2001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2090 GENERAL FUND SALARY CHARGE Total

Department: Division:

Pegasus Development 401‐8999‐471

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

2013‐2014 CITY MGR RECOMMENDED

2013‐2014 CITY   COUNCIL APPROVED $                   5,000 5,000 $                 10,000

$                 10,000

$                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                         5,000 5,000 $                       10,000

 TOTAL $                       ‐

$                       ‐

$                      10,000

0

0

Developer Projects Pegasus Development


FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL TABLES 


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE BALANCES BY DEPARTMENT General Fund 101 Information Systems  Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$               117,675 0 0 $               117,675

Building  Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 22,201 0 0 $                 22,201

Code Compliance Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                    8,906 0 0 $                    8,906

Police Administration  Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$               103,583 0 (90,000) $                 13,583

Public Works Administration  Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 49,171 0 (27,000) $                 22,171

Park Maintenance Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 38,175 0 (27,500) $                 10,675


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE BALANCES BY DEPARTMENT General Fund 101 (CONTINUED) Total General Fund Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$               339,711 0 (144,500) $               195,211

Traffic Safety 207 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 28,723 0 0 $                 28,723

Streets 208 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 21,028 0 (10,000) $                 11,028

Crossroads Storm Drain 250 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                    7,535 0 (3,000) $                    4,535

Storm Drain 251 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 17,541 0 (3,750) $                 13,791

Stonebridge Landscape District 255 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                    5,061 0 (5,061) $                        ‐


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE BALANCES BY DEPARTMENT Stonebridge Drainage/Lighting District 256 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 70,244 0 (2,250) $                 67,994

Mossdale CFD Maintenance 257 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                    6,407 0 (6,407) $                        ‐

Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District 258 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                         36 0 (36) $                        ‐

Water 562 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 39,973 0 (14,000) $                 25,973

Sewer 601 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 59,091 0 (5,500) $                 53,591

Sewer West I‐5  608 Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$                 30,419 0 0 $                 30,419


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT RESERVE BALANCES BY DEPARTMENT Grand Total Beginning Balance 13/14 13/14 Reserves 13/14 Expenses Ending Balance 13/14

$               625,769 0 (194,504) $               431,265


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS

General Fund   101 Operating Transfers In City Services 227 Administration CFF  229 Scholarship Fund 270 Historic CFD 263 Compensated Absences 801 Total Operating Transfers In Operating Transfers Out Measure C LMFD 201 Public Nuisance 209 Subsidy Xroad Storm Drain 250 General Benefit Steet Lights 252 Subsidy Residential Steet Lights 252 Subsidy Woodfield Park 253 General Benefit Stonebridge Landscaping 255 General Benefit Stonebridge Drain/Lighting 256 General CIP 301 Streets CIP 331 Total Operating Transfers Out Measure C LMFD 201 Operating Transfers In General Fund 101 Gas Tax Fund  203 Operating Transfers Out Streets Fund   208 Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331 Total Operating Transfers Out Streets Fund   208 Operating Transfers In Gas Tax 2105 Fund   203

BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

626,250 55,000 7,500 0 0 688,750

626,250 0 7,500 1,500 143,805 779,055

626,250 0 3,331 1,500 91,926 723,007

0 (3,384) 0 (16,193) (25,629) (11,323) (3,017) (3,017) (318,500) (500) (381,563)

0 (25,000) (8,795) (16,672) (7,905) 0 (3,168) (3,168) (66,673) 0 (131,381)

(800,000) (11,766) (38,812) (17,095) 0 (9,013) (3,326) (3,326) 0 0 (883,338)

0

0

(200,000) 0 (200,000)

(200,000) (606,342) (806,342)

200,000

200,000

800,000

(200,000) (5,033,000) (5,233,000)

200,000


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Streets Fund   208 (CONTINUED) Measure "K" Fund   211 Total Operating Transfers In Public Nuisance 209 Operating Transfers In General Fund 101 Measure "K" Fund   211 Operating Transfers Out Streets Fund   208 Streets & Roads CIP Funds   331 Total Operating Transfers Out

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

200,000 400,000

200,000 400,000

200,000 400,000

3,384

25,000

11,766

(200,000) (54,217) (254,217)

(200,000) 0 (200,000)

(200,000) (10,909,217) (11,109,217)

0 0

(37,689) (37,689)

0 0

LTF ‐ Streets & Roads Fund   214 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301 Streets & Roads CIP Fund   331 Storm Drain CIP Fund 391 Total Operating Transfers Out

0 (1,184,199) 0 (1,184,199)

(5,000,000) (1,145,090) 0 (1,145,090)

(29,148) (1,448,613) 0 (1,477,761)

Federal Grant    215 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301 Streets & Roads CIP Fund   331

(128,120) (1,476,213)

(61,954) (2,017,763)

0 (1,250,000)

0

(5,000,000)

(4,394,176)

State/Recycling and Recovery Grant Fund   213 Operating Transfers Out Streets & Roads CIP Fund   331 Total Operating Transfers Out

STIP Augmentation  216 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

(3,609,280)

(3,079,677)

(1,317,325)

(386,100)

0

(3,700)

(1,393,000)

0

0

Culture & Leisure  226 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301

(200,000)

0

(50,000)

City Services  227 Operating Transfers Out General Fund 101 General CIP Fund  301 Water Improvement  CIP Fund 569 Total Operating Transfers Out

(626,250) (200,000) 0 (826,250)

(626,250) 0 0 (626,250)

(626,250) 0 0 (626,250)

Storm Drain  CFF  228 Operating Transfers Out Storm Drain CIP Fund 391

(174,266)

0

0

(55,000) 0

0 (70,000)

0 0

STIP Augmentation  216 (CONTINUED) Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331 Regional Traffic Mitigation Fund 223 Operating Transfers Out Streets & Roads CIP Fund  331 Traffic Mitigation Fund   225 Operating Transfers Out Streets & Roads CIP Fund   331

Administration CFF  229 Operating Transfers Out General Fund 101 General CIP Fund  301 Xroad Storm Drain 250 Operating Transfers In General Benefit 101 & Subsidy

0

8,795

38,812


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Street Lights 252 Operating Transfers In General Benefit 101 & Subsidy Operating Transfers Out Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331

41,822

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

24,577

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

17,095

0

(100,000)

0

Woodfield Park 253 Operating Transfers In Subsidy General Fund 101

11,323

0

9,013

Stonebridge Landscaping 255 Operating Transfers In General Benefit 101

3,017

3,168

3,326

Stonebridge Drainage/Lighting 256 Operating Transfers In General Benefit 101

3,017

3,168

3,326

0

0

4,093

(23,001) (90,000) (113,001)

(37,422) (90,000) (127,422)

0

0

(5,000)

(5,000)

Mossdale CFD  257 Operating Transfers In Mossdale CFD Cap Replace 259 Operating Transfers Out Mossdale CFD Cap Replace 259 Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331 Total Operating Transfers Out Mossdale Landscape & Lighting 258 Operating Transfers In Mossdale L & L Cap. Replace 261 Operating Transfers Out Mossdale L & L Cap. Replace 261 Mossdale CFD Capital Replace  259 Operating Transfers In

(5,000) (90,000) (95,000)

2,964 (5,000)


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Mossdale CFD Capital Replace  259 (CONTINUED) Mossdale CFD 257 Operating Transfers Out Mossdale CFD 257

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

23,001

37,422

0

0

5,000

5,000

0

0

(2,964)

Historical CFD 2005‐1 263 Operating Transfers Out General Fund 101

0

(1,500)

(1,500)

CDBG 265 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301

(12,748)

(27,541)

0

(800,000)

(571,579)

(414,476)

(7,500)

(7,500)

(3,331)

0 (3,764,031) 0 (950,000) (4,714,031)

0 (2,739,120) 0 (560,440) (3,299,560)

(100,000) (100,000) 0 (4,668,781) (4,868,781)

Mossdale L & L Cap. Replace  261 Operating Transfers In Mossdale Landscape & Lighting 258 Operating Transfers Out Mossdale Landscape & Lighting 258

Standby District 266 Operating Transfers Out MBR Recycled Plant Fund 608 Scholarship Fund 270 Operating Transfers Out General Fund 101 Developer Projects Fund 271 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301 Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331 Storm Drain CIP Fund 391 WasteWater CIP Fund 609 Total Operating Transfers Out

5,000 (4,093)

5,000


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS

General CIP Fund  301 Operating Transfers In General Fund 101 Gas Tax Fund 203 LTF‐Streets & Roads Fund 214 Federal Grant Fund 215 STIP Augmentation Fund 216 Culture & Leisure Fund 226 City Services Fund  227 Administration CFF Fund 229 CDBG Fund 265 Developer Projects Fund 271 Park‐In‐Lieu Fund 341 Water Fund 562 Wastewater Fund 601 Recycled Water Fund 608 Total Operating Transfers In Streets & Roads CIP Fund   331 Operating Transfers In General Fund 101 Gas Tax 2105 Fund 203 Measure "K" Fund   211 State/Recycling and Recovery Fund 213 LTF‐Streets & Roads Fund  214 Federal Grant Fund  215 STIP Augmentation Fund 216 Regional Traffic Impact  Fund   223 Traffic Mitigation Fund   225 Industrial Lighting Dist. Fund 252 Mossdale CFD 04‐1 Fund 257 Developer Projects Fund 271 Total Operating Transfers In

BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

318,500 0 0 128,120 0 200,000 200,000 0 12,748 0 0 0 0 0 859,368

66,673 5,000 35,000 61,954 5,000,000 0 0 70,000 27,541 0 55,000 61,663 59,164 2,500 5,444,495

0 0 29,148 0 4,394,176 50,000 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 4,573,324

500 0 54,217 0 1,184,199 1,476,213 3,609,280 386,100 1,393,000 0 90,000 3,764,031 11,957,540

0 601,342 0 37,689 1,110,090 2,017,763 3,079,677 0 0 100,000 90,000 2,739,120 9,775,681

0 5,033,000 10,909,217 0 1,448,613 1,250,000 1,317,325 3,700 0 0 90,000 100,000 20,151,855


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Park‐In‐Lieu Fees 341 Operating Transfers Out Streets & Roads CIP Fund 331

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

0

(55,000)

0

174,266 0 174,266

0 0 0

0 0 0

Surface Water Supply CSLP 540 Operating Transfers Out Water Fund  562

(1,219,114)

(1,220,654)

(1,213,945)

Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 541 Operating Transfers Out Water Fund 562 Water CIP Fund   569 Total Operating Transfers Out

(618,818) (1,034,502) (1,653,320)

(620,978) (1,481,077) (2,102,055)

(617,478) (1,481,077) (2,098,555)

Storm Drain CIP  391 Operating Transfers In Storm Drain CFF Fund 228 Developer Projects Fund 271 Total Operating Transfers In

Water System Capital Replacement   560 Operating Transfers In Water Fund   562 Operating Transfers Out Water Fund   562 Water CIP Fund   569 Water Fund   562 Operating Transfers In Surface Water Supply CSLP Fund 540 Mossdale CFD 2003‐1 Fund 541 Water Capital Replacement Fund  560 Total Operating Transfers In Operating Transfers Out

304,592

324,509

0

0 (250,000)

(83,170) (30,000)

(83,170) (658,000)

1,219,114 618,818 0 1,837,932

1,220,654 620,978 83,170 1,924,802

1,213,945 617,478 83,170 1,914,593


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS

Water Fund   562 (CONTINUED) General CIP Fund  301 Water System Capital Replacement Fund 560 SRF Loan Fund 565 Water CIP Fund 569 Total Operating Transfers Out SRF Loan   565 Operating Transfers In Water Fund  562 Operating Transfers Out Wastewater CIP Fund   609

BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

0 (304,592) (600,000) (623,356) (1,527,948)

(61,663) (324,509) (597,575) (625,466) (1,609,213)

0 0 0 (627,682) (627,682)

597,575

0

(6,954,107)

(736,349)

0

1,034,502 250,000 623,356 6,954,107 8,861,965

1,481,077 30,000 625,466 736,349 2,872,892

1,481,077 658,000 627,682 0 2,766,759

Wastewater Fund   601 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301 Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund 606

0 (346,728)

(59,164) (390,854)

0 (398,840)

Wastewater Connection Fees   603 Operating Transfers Out Wastewater CIP Fund   609

(786,449)

0

0

Water Recycling Plant #1   605 Operating Transfers Out Water Recycle Plant #1 Cap Replace Fund 607

(163,268)

(168,088)

(163,976)

Water CIP Fund   569 Operating Transfers In Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 Fund  541 Water Capital Replacement Fund  560 Water  Fund  562 SRF Loan Fund  565 Total Operating Transfers In

600,000


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Wastewater Capital Replacement   606 Operating Transfers In Wastewater Fund  601 Operating Transfers Out Wastewater CIP Fund  609

346,728

Water Recycling Plant #1 Cap Replace   607 Operating Transfers In Water Recycling Plant #1 Fund   605 Operating Transfers Out Wastewater CIP Fund   609 WW Recycled Water 608 Operating Transfers In Standby District Fund 266 Operating Transfers Out General CIP Fund  301 Recycled Water Capital Replacement Fund 611 Wastewater CIP Fund   609 Operating Transfers In Developer Projects Fund  271 Wastewater Connection Fees Fund   603 Wastewater Capital Replacement Fund 606 Xroad Capital Replacement Fund  607 Wastewater CIP Fund 610 MBR Capital Replacement Fund  611 Total Operating Transfers In Recycled Water Capital Replacement 611 Operating Transfers In Recycled Water Fund 608 Operating Transfers Out Wastewater CIP Fund   609

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

390,854

398,840

(25,000)

(75,000)

163,268

168,088

163,976

(30,000)

(30,000)

(73,500)

800,000

571,579

414,476

0

0 0

(2,500) 0

0 (108,568)

950,000 786,449 0 30,000 0 30,000 1,796,449

560,440 0 25,000 30,000 0 30,000 645,440

4,668,781 0 75,000 73,500 0 335,700 5,152,981

0

0

108,568

(30,000)

(30,000)

(335,700)


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ OPERATING TRANSFERS BUDGETED FY 2011‐2012 Compensated Absences Fund   801 Operating Transfers Out General Fund 101

NET OPERATING TRANSFERS

0

                             ‐

BUDGETED FY 2012‐2013

BUDGETED FY 2013‐2014

(143,805)

(91,926)

                          ‐

                         ‐


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ INDIRECT COST REIMBURSEMENTS FUND NAME General    101 Gas Tax 2105    203 Traffic Safety   207 Streets   208 Public Nuisance 209 Measure "K"    211 Transit 212 LTF ‐ Streets & Roads    214 Federal Grant   215 Stip Augmentation    216 Xroad Maintenance 217 Xroad Street Improvements 218 Universal Hiring Grant 219 Auto Theft    220 CA Law Enforcement  221 State "COPS" 222 Historic Lathrop Loan 224 Administration C.F.F.   229 CLSP 2006‐2 239 Recycling AB 939   240 Crossroads Storm Drain Cap Replace  249 Crossroads Storm Drain     250 Storm Drain    251 Street Lighting   252 Woodfield    253 Stonebridge Landscaping   255 Stonebridge Drainage & Lighting   256 Mossdale CFD 257 Mossdale Landscape/Lighting 258 Mossdale CFD Capital Replace  259 Mossdale Drain/Light Cap Replace   261 Historical Lathrop CFD   263 Standy District 2005‐1 266 Developer Projects 271

BUDGET FY 2011‐2012 2,628,133 (937) (4,996) (77,584) (3,434) (3,519) 0 (1,157) 0 0 0 (159) 0 0 0 0 (221) (15) (33,595) (63,435) 0 (36,863) (59,924) (25,807) (14,789) (33,645) (32,993) (246,125) (100,249) 0 0 (3,721) (674) (587)

BUDGET FY 2012‐2013 2,660,689 (786) (4,710) (106,113) (1,106) (236) 0 (804) 0 0 0 0 (3,389) 0 0 0 (193) (55) (77,658) (13,216) 0 (38,057) (53,358) (27,035) (12,425) (25,622) (49,250) (241,332) (77,658) 0 0 (3,031) (37) (710)

BUDGET FY 2013‐2014 3,030,438 (1,006) (7,386) (100,074) (1,766) 0 (5,986) (562) 0 0 0 0 (10) 0 0 0 0 0 (48,783) (6,267) 0 (38,399) (49,108) (20,897) (16,242) (31,152) (56,270) (288,187) (75,786) 0 0 (5,259) (36) (571)


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS ‐ INDIRECT COST REIMBURSEMENTS FUND NAME General Government CIP 301 Streets CIP 331 Park & Lieu Fees 341 Federal EPA Grant 353   Storm Drain CIP 391 Future Surface Water Supply 540  Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 541 Water System Capital Replacement   560 Water Connection Fees   561 Water   562 Surface Water Supply CFF   564 Water CIP   569 Wastewater    601 Wastewater Connection Fees   603 Water Recycling Plant #1   605 Wastewater Capital Replacement   606 Water Recycling Plant #1 Cap Repl    607 WW Recycled Water   608 Wastewater CIP 609 WWTP Expansion   610 Recycled Water Cap Replacement   611 WRP#2 CIP 623 NET REIMBURSEMENT TRANSACTIONS

BUDGET FY 2011‐2012 0 0 (906) 0 (221) (1,310) (1,213) (1,303) (938) (850,654) (207) (2,552) (515,158) (670) (146,207) (1,903) (162) (357,442) (1,748) (292) (818) 0 0

BUDGET FY 2012‐2013 0 0 (710) 0 (247) 0 (1,386) (1,705) (178) (882,243) (183) (2,322) (577,718) (596) (145,107) (1,971) (287) (305,887) (1,974) (470) (924) 0 0

BUDGET FY 2013‐2014 (40,206) (4,655) 0 0 (369) 0 (2,314) (2,041) 0 (1,021,161) 0 (1,687) (625,536) (972) (185,724) (2,417) (416) (385,816) (2,161) 0 (1,216) 0 0

All of the City's General Government programs are initially accounted and budgeted for in the General Fund.  However, these support service programs also  benefit the City's special revenue and agency funds, and accordingly, transfers are made from these funds to reimburse the General Fund for these services.  These transfers are based on a Cost Allocation Plan prepared for this purpose which distributes these shared costs in a uniform consistent manner in with  generally accepted accounting principles.  Copies of the most current Cost Allocation Plan are available for review in the Finance Department.  


REFERENCES 


RESOLUTION NO. 13-13-3595 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LATHROP ADOPTING THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014, ESTABLISHING THE NUMBER OF POSITIONS IN THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS OF THE CITY AND ALSO ADOPTING THE FINAL GANN LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2013 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2014 WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Lathrop has duly considered the financial needs of the City of Lathrop for fiscal year 2013-14; and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates those General Fund anticipated expenditures, which total $15,472,512 and estimated revenues which total $15,192,653;and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates those Special Funds anticipated expenditures, which total $39,210,990 and estimated revenues which total $42,369,932;and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates those Capital Improvement Program anticipated expenditures, which total $31,804,769 and estimated revenues which total $24,725,179;and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates those Enterprise Funds anticipated expenditures, which total $28,062,116 and estimated revenues which total $25,258,385; and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates those Compensated Absences Funds anticipated expenditures, which total $91,926; and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which establishes the total number of Authorized Regular Positions by Department (Exhibit “A”) which includes 100.31 funded positions; and WHEREAS, the budget document and itemized details are filed with the City Clerk of the City of Lathrop; and WHEREAS, Under California Law, the City of Lathrop annually calculates the Final Gann Appropriation Limit; and

Resolution No. 13-3595

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RESOLUTION NO. 13-3594 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LATHROP ADOPTING THE WOODFIELD LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014 WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Lathrop has duly considered the financial needs of the City of Lathrop for fiscal year 2013-14; and WHEREAS, the City Council has caused a budget to be prepared which incorporates the Woodfield Landscape Maintenance District budget with anticipated expenditures of $74,046 and estimated revenues of $63,777; and WHEREAS, the budget document and itemized details are filed with the City Clerk of the City of Lathrop; and WHEREAS, the Woodfield Landscape Maintenance District budget was removed from the overall budget for separate consideration due to a potential conflict of interest of two Council members; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council does hereby adopt the City of Lathrop 2013-14 Woodfield Landscape Maintenance District budget.

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WHEREAS, the Final Gann Limit has been calculated for fiscal year 2013-2014 to be $98,612,134 (see Exhibit “B”); and WHEREAS, the Certification of Assessment and Special Assessment Charge Agreement are required by San Joaquin County and are to be signed by the City each year (see Exhibit “C”); and WHEREAS, the above appropriations are approved as the budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 and the City Manager is hereby authorized to transfer appropriations within the department budgets provided no change is made in the amount provided for any one department; WHEREAS, due to a potential conflict of interest of two Council members separately by council prior to its resolution;

Woodfield was considered

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED City Council does hereby exclude the previously approved Woodfield Landscape Maintenance District Budget and adopts the remaining City of Lathrop 2013-14 budget and approves the thereon listed appropriations and general fund subsidy; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council does hereby approve the authorized regular positions by department as listed in the budget and approves the Final Gann Limit for 2013-14 as identified above.

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Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

CITY MANAGER Budget Analyst I/II City Manager Executive Assistant Senior Administrative Assistant

CITY CLERK City Clerk Senior Administrative Assistant

CITY ATTORNEY City Attorney Legal Secretary

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

0.50 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.50

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00

1.00 0.00 1.00

1.00 0.50 1.50

1.00 0.50 1.50

1.00 1.50 2.50

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 13.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 13.00

1.00 1.00 4.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 13.00

FINANCE Accountant I/II Accounting Manager Accounting Specialist I/II/Technician Administrative Assistant I/II Budget Manager Budget Analyst I/II Director of Finance Executive Assistant  Information Technology Analyst Information Technology Manager Information Technology Technician Office Assistant I/II Special Districts Manager

EXHIBIT "A"


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Animal Services Assistant Animal Services Officer Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Neighborhood & Community Services Senior Administrative Assistant

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  Building Inspector I/II/III Chief Building Official Code Compliance Officer I/II/III Director of Community Development/City Engineer Management Analyst I/II Office Assistant I/II Permit Technician Principal Planner Senior Administrative Assistant Senior Planner

CULTURE & RECREATION Administrative Assistant I/II Budget Analyst I/II Director of Administrative Services Director of Neighborhood & Community Services Facility Supervisor Parks and Recreation Administrator Parks and Programs Manager Recreation Coordinator Recreation Leaders Recreation Supervisor Senior Center Manager

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

1.00 2.00 0.60 0.00 0.80 0.00 4.40

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.50 0.00 0.50 4.20

1.00 2.00 0.20 0.70 0.00 0.50 4.40

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 8.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 9.00

1.00 0.90 0.00 0.20 1.66 1.00 0.00 0.00 3.70 2.00 1.00

1.00 0.80 0.50 0.00 0.66 1.00 1.00 0.00 3.70 2.00 1.00

0.00 0.80 0.30 0.00 0.66 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.70 2.00 1.00

EXHIBIT "A"


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

CULTURE & RECREATION (CONTINUED) Senior Recreation Leaders

PUBLIC SAFETY Administrative Assistant I/II Police Office Supervisor Criminal Research Analyst Contractual Services Chief of Police Deputy Sheriff II for Community Resource Officer Deputy Sheriff II for School Resource Officer Deputy Sheriff II's for Investigations Deputy Sheriff II's for Patrol Lieutenant to serve as Supervisor Sergeant to serve as Supervisor

PUBLIC WORKS Administrative Assistant Budget Analyst I/II Construction Inspector I/II Director of Public Works Executive Assistant Junior Engineer Maintenance Worker I/II Meter Reader Principal Engineer Public Works Superintendent Senior Civil Engineer Senior Maintenance Worker Solid Waste & Recycling Coordinator

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

3.75 15.21

3.75 15.41

3.75 15.21

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 23.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 22.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 15.00 1.00 2.00 22.00

0.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00

EXHIBIT "A"


Budget for Fiscal Year 2013‐2014

AUTHORIZED REGULAR POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT

PUBLIC WORKS (CONTINUED) Utility Operator I/II/III

PARK MAINTENANCE Maintenance Services Supervisor Senior Maintenance Worker Parks

MEASURE C Essential City Services (1) Office Assistant I/II (2) Facility Supervisor Contractual Services Deputy Sheriff II for Community Impact Team Deputy Sheriff II for School Resource Officer Sergeant to serve as Supervisor Lathrop Manteca Fire District Firefighters/Engineers Total City Staff positions Total Contractual positions TOTAL FUNDED POSITIONS

2011‐12 BUDGET

2012‐13 BUDGET

2013‐14 BUDGET

5.00 18.00

5.00 18.00

5.00 18.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

1.00 1.00 2.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

1.00 1.20 2.20

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

2.00 1.00 1.00 4.00

0.00

0.00

2.00

69.61 23.00

70.11 22.00

72.31 28.00

92.61

92.11

100.31

(1) 1.00 FTE Office Assistant I/II in Culture and Recreation Department (2) 1.20 FTE Facility Supervisor in Culture and Recreation Department

EXHIBIT "A"


CITY OF LATHROP PROPOSITION 4 APPROPRIATION GANN LIMIT CALCULATIONS 1993‐94 GANN LIMIT 1994‐95 GANN LIMIT 1995‐96 GANN LIMIT 1996‐97 GANN LIMIT 1997‐98 GANN LIMIT 1998‐99 GANN LIMIT 1999‐00 GANN LIMIT 2000‐01 GANN LIMIT 2001‐02 GANN LIMIT 2002‐03 GANN LIMIT 2003‐04 GANN LIMIT 2004‐05 GANN LIMIT 2005‐06 GANN LIMIT 2006‐07 GANN LIMIT 2007‐08 GANN LIMIT 2008‐09 GANN LIMIT 2009‐10 GANN LIMIT 2010‐11 GANN LIMIT 2011‐12 GANN LIMIT 2012‐13 GANN LIMIT 2013‐14 GANN LIMIT

........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ........................................................................ ......................................................................... ......................................................................... ......................................................................... ......................................................................... .........................................................................

  8,510,002 11,278,952 12,215,015 13,253,291 14,010,054 17,745,134 22,910,743 30,292,149 34,068,671 41,338,925 46,340,935 49,037,977 51,774,296 61,109,202 71,980,529 80,085,537 82,111,701 81,627,242 87,006,477 91,800,534 98,612,134

2013‐14 CALCULATION The City will use the percentage change in per capita income to  calculate the Final Gann Limit.  ADJUST FOR CHANGE IN POPULATION  Based on California Department of Finance Information  Increase 2.18%  Adjust for Change in California Per Capita Income  Per Capita Income Change:  5.12%  Adjust by the Above Factors:  Population 1.0218 x Per Capita 1.0512=1.0742  $91,800,534 x 1.0742 = $98,612,134  If you have any questions, contact Cari James in the Finance Department. 

EXHIBIT "B"


REFERENCE MATERIALS 

 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET PROCESS 

Budget Basis of Accounting     The City’s budget is prepared on a modified accrual basis of accounting for all funds, including proprietary funds.  Capital outlays and debt service principal  payments are budgeted as expenditures.  Debt proceeds, capital grants, inter‐fund transfers and inter‐fund loans are budgeted as revenues.  For accounting  purposes,  however,  these  transactions  are  reported  at  year‐end  on  the  full  accrual  basis  of  accounting  in  proprietary  funds  in  the  City’s  Comprehensive  Annual Financial Report (CAFR).    Upon approval of the City Manager, encumbrances may be carried forward to the next fiscal year.    Appropriations are adopted for the general, special revenue and capital project funds.  Annually appropriations are adopted separately for each project as  shown in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) schedules.  Funding sources are shown on the schedules as well.    Budget Level of Control    The budget level of control is at the detail expenditure level.  Once the budget is adopted, the City Council by affirmative vote of a majority of the Council,  upon the recommendation of the City Manager, may by resolution make additional or supplementary appropriations from unexpended and unencumbered  funds set aside in the reserves in the City budget. The City Manager is authorized to approve transfers of appropriations between expenditure accounts in  the operating budget within the same department and within the same fund.    Budget Process    The annual City budget process is as follows:      The City Council approves the budget calendar        December        Departments estimate revenues and expenditures        January    for FY 2013‐2014 through June 30th     


REFERENCE MATERIALS 

 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

BUDGET PROCESS                                                               

Indirect Cost Plan 

 

 

 

January 

City Manager reviews Non‐218 Assessment District  Budgets 

 

 

 

February 

  Finance prepares beginning estimated fund balances 

 

 

 

February 

Departments prepare Capital Improvement Program  With funding sources 

 

 

 

February 

City Council adopts Landscape and Lighting   Non‐218 Assessment District Resolution of Intent  

 

 

 

March 

City Manager reviews Capital Improvement 

 

 

 

March 

Departments prepare estimated revenues 

 

 

 

March 

City Council reviews Capital Improvement  Program 

 

 

 

March 

  Departments prepare estimated appropriations 

 

 

 

March 

 


REFERENCE MATERIALS 

 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

BUDGET PROCESS                                                     

Parks & Recreation Commission reviews  Recreation budget 

   

   

   

April   

 

 

 

April 

 

 

 

May 

Preliminary Budget Delivered to  City Council 

 

 

 

May 

City Council reviews Preliminary   Budget and Capital Improvement Program 

 

 

 

June 

City Council adopts Final Budget 

 

 

 

June 

City Council adopts Final Gann Limit 

 

 

 

June 

  Planning Commission reviews Capital   Improvement Program for conformity  with General Plan      City Council holds public hearing for  Non‐218 Assessment Districts 

 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  General Fund 101    The general fund accounts for the financial resources not required to be accounted for in another fund.   This fund consists primarily of general government type activities.    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS     Special revenue funds account for the financial activity of specific revenues that are legally restricted to expenditure for particular purposes.    Gas Tax Fund 203    To account for revenues apportioned to the City under the Streets and Highway Code, Sections 2105, 2106, 2107, and 2107.5 of the State of  California, which are legally restricted for the acquisition, construction, improvement and maintenance of public streets.     Traffic Safety Fund 207    To account for the fines and forfeitures received under Section 1463 of the Penal Code, which are restricted for the use of official traffic control  devices and for some street construction purposes.     Local Street Fund 208    To account for revenues and expenditures for the City’s street division.     Public Nuisance Fund 209    To account for revenues and expenditures for code compliance activities.        


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Asset Forfeiture Fund 210    To  account  for  revenues  obtained  from  the  sale  of  forfeited  property  in  drug  related  cases.  These  funds  can  only  be  used  by  the  police  department for police‐related equipment.    Measure “K” Fund 211    To account for revenues generated from a ½ cent sales tax for local street repairs. These funds are restricted for maintenance and construction  on street‐related projects.    Public Transit Fund 212    To account for local transportation funds received for transit purposes from San Joaquin County Council of Governments.    Streets & Roads Local Transportation Funds 214    To account for the local transportation funds received for street and road purposes from the San Joaquin County Council of Governments.     Federal Grant Fund 215    To account for federal grant revenues and expenditures.    STIP Augmentation Fund 216    To account for revenues and expenditures for transportation projects included in the State Transportation Improvement Program.    Universal Hiring Grant Fund 219    To account for the State of California Office of Traffic Safety “Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP)” Grant. 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Auto Theft Fund 220    To account for the revenues and expenditures for the auto theft fund. These funds can only be used for the purpose of deterring, investigating  or prosecuting vehicle theft crimes.     State COPS Fund 222      To account for California State Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund (SLESF) grants. Funds received in fiscal year 2012‐13 must be spent  by June 30, 2013.    Regional Traffic Impact Fund 223    To account for the financial resources collected from regional traffic impact capital facility fees.     Historic Lathrop Loan Program (HLLP) Fund 224    To account for loan activity for the Historic Lathrop Loan Program.    Traffic Mitigation Fund 225    To account for the financial resources collected from traffic mitigation capital facility fees.     Culture & Leisure Fund 226    To account for the financial resources associated with the capital facility fees for the Library, Cultural Center, Park Improvements to Community  Center and Neighborhood Parks.        


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  City Service Fund 227    To account for the financial resources associated with the capital facility fees for City Hall, Corporate Yard, Animal Services Facility and the Police  Station.     Storm Drain Capital Facility Fee Fund 228    To account for capital facility fees collected from storm drains.    Administration Fund 229    To account for a percentage of all capital facility fees collected for the staff to manage/administer capital facility fees.     Environmental Mitigation CFF Fund 231    To account for capital facility fees collected for the brush rabbit habitat mitigation.     W / C Lathrop Transportation CFF Fund 232    To account for capital facility fees collected for local and regional road and freeway projects in West Central Lathrop.    WLSP Regional Transportation CFF Fund 233    To account for capital facility fees collected for regional road and freeway projects in the West Lathrop Specific Plan area.     Regional Transportation Impact Fee (RTIF) Funds 234‐237    To  account  for  capital  facility  fees  collected  for  regional  projects  in  San  Joaquin  County.  A  portion  of  the  fees  collected  are  payable  to  San  Joaquin County & San Joaquin County of Governments. 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Central Lathrop Specific Plan (CLSP) Services CFD Fund 239    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with the CLSP Community Facilities District 2006‐2.    AB939 Recycling Fund 240    To account for the financial resources associated with the preparation, implementation and administration of the City’s Integrated Solid Waste  Management Plan in accordance with AB939.    Crossroads Storm Drain Capital Replacement Fund 249    To account for revenues and expenditures related to capital replacement expenditures within the Crossroads Subdivision.    Crossroads Storm Drain Fund 250    To  account  for  revenues  and  expenditures  related  to  the  maintenance  and  operations  of  the  storm  drains  and  improvements  within  the  Crossroads Subdivision.     Storm Drain Benefit Assessment District Fund 251    To  account  for  revenues  and  expenditures  associated  with  the  maintenance  and  operations  of  storm  drains  for  residential,  commercial  and  industrial areas within Historic Lathrop.    Street Light Fund 252    To  account  for  revenues  and  expenditures  associated  with  the  maintenance  and  operations  of  street  lighting  for  residential,  commercial  and  industrial areas within Historic Lathrop.     


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Woodfield Landscape Maintenance Fund 253    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with specific park maintenance and operations within the Woodfield Landscape District.     Stonebridge Landscape Maintenance Fund 255     To account for revenues and expenditures associated with specific park maintenance and operations within the Stonebridge Landscape District.     Stonebridge Drainage and Lighting Fund 256    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with the storm drainage and lighting  activities within the Stonebridge District.     Mossdale CFD Fund 257    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with the Mossdale Community Facilities District 04‐1.     Mossdale Landscape and Lighting District Fund 258    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with the lighting and landscaping activities within the Mossdale District.     Mossdale CFD Capital Replacement Fund 259    To account for revenues and expenditures related to capital replacement expenditures within the Mossdale Community Facilities District 04‐1.     Mossdale Landscape & Lighting Capital Replacement Fund 261    To account for revenues and expenditures related to capital replacement expenditures within the Mossdale Landscape & Lighting District.     


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Historic Lathrop CFD Fund 263    To account for revenues and expenditures associated with the Historic Lathrop Community Facilities District 2005‐1.     Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Fund 265    To account for the annual federal grant that provides for development of a viable urban community.     Mossdale Standby 2005‐1 Fund 266    To account for standby charges related to the Operation and Maintenance of the Wastewater Recycling Plant‐1 MBR.    Scholarship Fund 270    To  account  for  the  revenues  provided  by  businesses/organizations  to  provide  assistance  with  tuition  of  qualified  parks  and  recreation  participants.    DEVELOPER PROJECT FUNDS    Developer project funds account for revenues and expenditures related to capital projects funded by developers.     Developer Project Fund 271    To account for the deposits held for multiple developers in accordance with agreements with the City.    Gateway Business Park Fund 282    To account for the deposits held for South Lathrop LLC Gateway Business Park in accordance with agreements with the City.    


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Watt / Lathrop Marketplace II Fund 283    To account for the deposits held for Watt / Lathrop Marketplace II in accordance with agreements with the City.     KB Homes Fund 284    To account for the deposits held for KB Homes in accordance with agreements with the City.     South Lathrop Richland Fund 286    To account for the deposits held for South Lathrop Richland in accordance with agreements with the City.     Crossroads Richland Fund 288    To account for the deposits held for Crossroads Richland in accordance with agreements with the City.     Pacific Union Homes Fund 290    To account for the deposits held for Pacific Union Homes in accordance with agreements with the City.     Pulte Homes Fund 293    To account for the deposits held for Pulte Homes in accordance with agreements with the City.     Farmworld Fund 294    To account for the deposits held for Farmworld in accordance with agreements with the City.      

 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  River Islands Fund 295    To account for the deposits held for River Islands in accordance with agreements with the City.     TCN Properties Fund 297    To account for the deposits held for TCN Properties in accordance with agreements with the City.    Watt / Lathrop Marketplace I (Mossdale) Fund 298    To account for the deposits held for Watt / Lathrop Marketplace I (Mossdale) in accordance with agreements with the City.     Richland Communities‐CLSP Fund 299    To account for the deposits held for Richland Communities in accordance with agreements with the City.     CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS    Capital  project  funds  account  for  the  financial  resources  to  be  used  for  the  acquisition  or  construction  of  major  facilities  other  than  those  financed by proprietary funds.     General Fund 301    To account for the expenditure of funds for projects funded from the General Fund.     Streets and Roads Fund 331    To account for capital project expenditures related to streets and roads occurring over more than one Fiscal Year.  There is more than one fund  used to fund this account. 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Park In‐Lieu Fund 341    To account for revenues and expenditures that can legally be made under the Quimby Act. The revenue is collected from residential developers  to offset the impact on parks and can only be used for new park development.    Storm Drain Fund 391    To account for capital project expenditures related to storm drain improvements occurring over more than one Fiscal Year.     ENTERPRISE FUNDS    Enterprise funds account for the financial activity related to services provided to those living within the city limit. The primary source of revenue  is collections for the services provided.     Surface Water Supply – CLSP Fund 540    To account for capital facility fees collected for Central Lathrop’s share of the debt service payment for the 2003 COPs.     Mossdale Village CFD 2003‐1 Fund 541    To account for the Community Facilities District share of the debt service payment for the 2003 COPs    Water System Capital Replacement Fund 560    To account for revenues and expenditures for capital replacement improvements to the water system.     Water Connection Fee Fund 561    To account for capital facility fee revenues and expenditures related to the expansion of the water system.  


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Water Fund 562    To account for the activities associated with the production and distribution of potable water by the City to its’ residents and businesses.    Surface Water Supply CFF Fund 564    To account for capital facility fee revenue and expenditures related to the surface water projects.    State Revolving Fund 565    To account for the loan that the safe drinking water state revolving fund approved.     Water Capital Improvement Program Fund 569    To account for capital project expenditures related to water system improvements occurring over more than one fiscal year.     MRWQCF Collection System Fund 601    To account for the activities associated with operating and maintaining the City’s wastewater collection system, and the treatment and disposal  of wastewater at the Manteca Regional Water Quality Control Facility.    Wastewater Connection Fee Fund 603    To account for capital facility fee revenues and expenditures related to the expansion of the wastewater system.     Crossroads Recycling Plant Fund 605    To account for the activities associated with operating and maintaining the City’s wastewater collection system, and the treatment and disposal  of wastewater at the Water Recycling Plant #1 Schreiber. 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget   FY 2013‐2014                

 

FUND DESCRIPTIONS  Wastewater System Capital Fund 606    To account for revenues and expenditures for capital replacement improvements to the wastewater facilities related to the MRWQCF.     Crossroads Recycling Plant #1 Capital Replacement Fund 607    To account for revenues and expenditures for capital replacement improvements to the wastewater facilities related to the Water Recyling Plant  #1 Schreiber.     MBR #1 – Wastewater Recycling Plant Fund 608    To account for the activities associated with operating and maintaining the City’s wastewater collection system, and the treatment and disposal  of wastewater at the Water Recycling Plant #1 – MBR.    Wastewater Capital Improvement Projects Fund 609    To account for capital project expenditures related to wastewater system improvements occurring over more than one fiscal year.     Phase III Manteca RWQCF Expansion Fund 610    To account for proceeds received from the issuance of bonds for the installation of a sewer collection system in the City for Phase III Capacity  from the City of Manteca Regional Water Quality Control Facility.     Wastewater Recycling Plant #1‐MBR Capital Replacement Fund 611    To account for revenues and expenditures for capital replacement improvements to the  wastewater facilities related to the  Water Recycling  Plant #1‐MBR.     


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget  FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET GLOSSARY 

Adopted Budget ‐ The official budget as approved by the City Council at the beginning of each fiscal year (July 1).    Adoption ‐ Formal action by the City Council that set the spending limits for the fiscal year.    Amended Budget ‐ The official budget as adopted and as amended by the legislative body through the course of a fiscal year.    Appropriation  ‐  A  legal  authorization  granted  by  the  City  Council  to  make  expenditures  and  to  incur  obligations  for  specific  purposes.    An  appropriation is usually limited in amount and as to the time when it may be expended.    Assessments ‐ Levies that pay for improvements directly benefiting the property owners.    Audit – An examination of the City’s financial records by an independent auditing firm of Certified Public Accountants.  The auditors render an  opinion whether the financial statements fairly represent the City’s financial position as of the end of the fiscal year.  In conjunction with their  audit,  the  independent  auditor  issues  a  Management  Letter  stating  the  adequacy  of  the  City’s  internal  controls  as  well  as  recommending  improvements to the City’s financial management practices.    Basis of Accounting ‐ A term used to refer to the timing of recognition of revenues, expenditures and related assets and liabilities in the financial  statements.      Beginning/Ending Fund Balance – Financial resources available to finance appropriations.    Budget ‐ A financial plan listing proposed operational expenditures and revenue estimates for a specified time period.  The budget is proposed  until it has been approved and adopted by the City Council.  Lathrop’s budget encompasses one fiscal year.    Budget  Message  ‐  A  message  from  the  City  Manager  to  the  City  Council.    The  message  provides  an  overview  of  the  budget  and  contains  recommendations by the City Manager.   


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget  FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET GLOSSARY  Budgetary Control ‐ The level at which expenditures and revenues are controlled in the budget.  The City Council adopts a budget at the detail  line item level.  The City Manager is authorized to approve transfers of appropriations between expenditure accounts in the operating budget  within the same department and within the same fund.  Other changes require City Council approval.    Capital Expenditures ‐ A budget category that budgets all equipment having a unit cost of $3,000 or more.    Capital  Improvement  Plan  (CIP)  –  A  plan  to  provide  for  the  maintenance  or  replacement  of  existing  public  facilities  and  assets  and  for  the  construction or acquisition of new ones.  The plan sets forth each project as well as resources available to finance the project.  Examples include  road grade separations, master plan update, and water and wastewater line replacements.    Capital Lease ‐ An agreement that conveys the right to use property, plant or equipment, usually for a stated period of time.    Debt Service ‐ The payment of principal and interest on borrowed funds such as bonds, notes or loans.    Department ‐ An organizational unit comprised of divisions or programs.  This basic organizational unit of government is functionally unique in  its delivery of services.    Division ‐ An organizational component of a department.    Encumbrance – Commitments related to unperformed (executed) contracts for goods or services which are a legal obligation.  An encumbrance  reserves a portion of fund balance.    Enterprise Fund ‐  An accounting entity that is financed and operated in a manner similar to private business enterprises where the intent of the  governing body is that the cost of providing goods and services to the general public on a continuing basis is financed or recovered primarily  through user charges.  The City’s enterprise funds include Water and Sewer.    Expenditures – The outflow of funds paid or to be paid for an asset or goods and services obtained regardless of when actually paid.    Fiscal Year – The beginning and ending period for recording financial transactions.  Lathrop’s budget year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30. 


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 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget  FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET GLOSSARY  Fixed Assets – Assets such as land, buildings, equipment, and improvements having a useful life in excess of one year and a cost in excess of  $3,000.    Full Time Equivalent Position (FTE) ‐ A part‐time position converted to the decimal equivalent of a full‐time position based on 2,080 hours per  year.  For example, a person working 20 hours per week would be equivalent to 0.5 of a full‐time position.    Fund ‐ An accounting entity that records all financial transactions for specific activities or government functions.  The six generic fund types are:   General, Special Revenue, Capital Project, Enterprise, Internal Service, Trust and Agency.    Fund Balance ‐ The amount of financial resources available for use.    Generally Accepted Financial Procedures (GAAP) ‐ Uniform minimum standards and guidelines for financial accounting and reporting.     General Fund ‐ The primary fund of the City used to account for all revenues and expenditures related to municipal services and maintenance.   General Fund resources can be used for any legitimate governmental purpose with the exception of subvention or grant revenues restricted for  specific purposes.    General  Obligation  Bond  ‐  A  bond  requiring  a  2/3  vote  of  the  registered  voters  and  backed  by  the  full  faith,  credit  and  taxing  power  of  the  municipality.  This type of bond is generally repaid from taxes and other general revenues.    Grant ‐ A contribution by a government or other organization to support a specific purpose, activity or facility.    Infrastructure  ‐  Facilities  upon  which  the  continuance  and  growth  of  a  community  depend  such  as  roads,  water  and  wastewater  treatment  plants and distribution lines, and public buildings.    Inter‐fund Transfers ‐ Payments from  one fund to  another fund, primarily for work or services provided.  The receiving fund  must spend the  transferred money in a way that complies with any restrictions placed on the money when it was originally received by the paying fund.   


REFERENCE MATERIALS 

 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget  FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET GLOSSARY  Internal Service Fund – A fund used to account for the goods and services provided to other departments or agencies of a government on a cost‐ reimbursement basis.    Intergovernmental Revenue ‐ Revenue collected by one government and distributed to another level of government(s).    Municipal Code ‐ A collection of City Council approved ordinances currently in effect.  The Code defines City policy with respect to areas such as  planning, building codes, zoning, water, wastewater, public protection, licensing, fees, and other City measures.    Operating Budget – The portion of the budget that pertains to daily operations providing basic governmental services.      Operating Expenditures ‐ Expenditures for materials, supplies and services that are ordinarily consumed within a fiscal year.    Ordinance ‐ A formal legislative enactment by the City Council that has the full force and effect of law within City boundaries unless pre‐empted  by a higher form of law, such as State statute or constitutional provision.  An ordinance has a higher legal standing than a resolution.    Personnel ‐ A budget category used to account for employee compensation including wages, salaries and fringe benefits, such as health, life and  disability insurance, retirement and car allowance.    Property Tax ‐ An “ad valorem” tax on real property, based upon the value of the property.      Reimbursement – A repayment of expenditure through a billing, contract or agreement with a third party.    Reserve ‐ An account used to indicate that a portion of a fund’s balance is legally restricted for a specific purpose and is, therefore, not available  for general appropriation.    Resolution ‐ A special order of the City Council having a lower legal standing than an ordinance.    Resources ‐ Total amounts available for appropriation including estimated revenues, fund transfers and beginning fund balances.   


REFERENCE MATERIALS 

 City of Lathrop    Adopted Budget  FY 2013‐2014                

 

BUDGET GLOSSARY  Revenues ‐ Amounts received by the City from taxes, fees, permits, licenses, interest, or from other governments during the fiscal year.    Revenue  Bond  ‐  A  bond  usually  issued  to  construct  a  project  that  will  produce  revenues  pledged  for  the  payment  of  related  principal  and  interest.    Special Revenue Fund ‐ A fund used to account for specific revenues that are legally restricted in use to expenditures for specific purposes.    Subventions  –  Revenues  collected  by  the  State  (or  other  level  of  government)  paid  to  the  City  based  on  a  formula.    The  major  subventions  received by the City from the State of California include motor vehicle‐in‐lieu and gasoline taxes.    Taxes – Compulsory charges levied by a government for the purpose of financing services performed for the common benefit.  This term does  not include specific charges made against persons or property for current or permanent benefits such as special assessments.  Neither does the  term include charges for services rendered only to those paying for such services.    User Charges – The payment of a fee for direct receipt of a public service by the party benefiting from the service. 


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