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CITIZEN REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2020


CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 1


Revenue Sources Taxes

$12,058,040

Licenses/Permits

$756,518

Intergovernmental

$2,736,081

Charges for Services

$22,026,633

Fines/Forfeitures

$762,441

Investment

$74,508

Donations

$80,750

Other Service Charges

$813,383 0

5,000,000

Total: $39,384,354 10,000,000

15,000,000

20,000,000

25,000,000

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 2


Use of Property Tax Property Tax Collected: $7,451,432

Department of Public Works

Department 9.9%of Public Works 9.9%

Houston County E-911

2.2%

Debt Services Debt Services

14.4%14.4%

$738,701 $1 66

$1,073,132

36

,1

ergency Services .9% Perry Fire & Emergency Services

$1,333,607

Total $7,451,432

17.9% $4,139,856 Perry Police Department

55.6%

Perry Police 55.6% CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 3


General Government Costs Policy Formulation

$320,197

Senior Management

$1,311,408

Elections

$33,060

Department of Administration

$614,352

Information Technology

$181,858

Employees Health/Dental

$2,743,103

Perry Municipal Court

$688,962 0

1,000,000

Total: $5,892,940 2,000,000

3,000,000

FINANCE DEPARTMENT Equipment Equipment PurchaseDebt Service

3.9%

3.9%

1.1% ($7,067)

791 $ 23,

Total $617,593

$586,735 Operating

95%

Operating 95% CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 4


Beginning in March 2020, the City was significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor's stay in place order, extra pay costs for directly impacted employees, and loss of certain revenues impacted the budget.

Retained the prior fiscal year's property tax millage rate.

Conducted a special election to replace Mayor Faircloth who resigned mid term.

Conducted a special runoff election for District 2 Post 2.

Completed a sale agreement with the Houston County Board of Commissioners to purchase the former courthouse. It will be used for a City Hall and Municipal Court.

Hired a Communications Administrator to coordinate public awareness, announcements, and information.

Actions

Provided time extensions to residents and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 stay in place order.

Established the Finance Department. CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 5


Public Safety Costs PERRY POLICE DEPARTMENT

$48

47

,1

72 $3

3 8,12

Equipment Equipment 6.5% 6.5%

Debt Services Debt Service 8.6% 8.6%

Total $5,704,325

$4,844,055 Operating Operating 84.9% 84.9%

PERRY FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

DebtDebt Service Service

7.8% 7.8%

6 1,52

$29

Total $3,715,140

$3,423,614 Operating

Operating 92.2% 92.2%

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 6


$166,136 HOUSTON COUNTY E-911 (CITY PORTION)

Total Public Safety Costs: $9,585,601

Offered first fire safety poster contest for elementary school children.

Approved speed detection system for school zones in the city.

Assaults, burglaries, arrests, and accidents decreased in Fiscal Year 2020 compared to Fiscal Year 2019.

Approved policy to annually invoice properties with no water service for fire service and stormwater service fees.

Actions CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 7


Public Works Costs DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Debt Service

Debt Service 12.6%

12.6%

TREE BOARD

Equipment

ment Purchase 2.2% 2.2% ($129,437)

$11,900

3

3,82 $74

$450 ARBOR PROGRAM

Total $5,889,345

Operating

Total Public Works Costs: $5,901,695

$5,016,085

85.2%

Operating 85.2%

Actions Approved revised, specialized solid waste collection plan for downtown district. Named newest passive parks Heritage Oaks Park and Legacy Park.

Adopted park classifications, descriptions, and uses policy.

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 8


Health/Welfare Costs Senior/Disabled City Utility Payment Assistance

$98,450

Perry Volunteer Outreach

$4,166 Total: $102,616

0

25,000

50,000

75,000

100,000

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 9


Recreation/Leisure Costs DEPARTMENT OF LEISURE SERVICES Deb Service Debt Service 2.9% 12.6% $19,882

Total $689,828

Operating

$669,946

97.1% Operating 97.1%

$23,699 PERRY PUBLIC ARTS COMMISSION

$2,487 RECREATION DONATION ACCOUNT

Total Recreation/Leisure Costs: $720,336

Actions Appointed new Director of Leisure Services Youth t-ball, spring soccer, spring baseball, camps, and track/field cancelled due to COVID-19.

$4,322 YOUTH PROGRAM SUBSIDIES CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 10


Housing/Economic Development Costs DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Operating

97.8%

Debt ServiceDebt Service 2.2% 2.2% ($25,098)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Debt Service 6.4%

Debt Service

6.4% Operating

8 $8,19

Total $1,150,556

93.6%

Total $128,027

$1,125,458

$119,829

Operating 97.8%

Operating 93.6%

Planning Commission

$5,848

HC Land Bank

$6,035

HC Development Authority

$58,370

Housing Rehabilitation

$531,633

Tourism Promotion

$368,520

Tourism Development

*Paid through grant money

$90,271

Special Events Support

$83,364 0

200,000

400,000

600,000 CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 11


Housing/Economic Development Costs ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS Perry Area Chamber of Commerce

$6,434

Mid GA Clean Air Coalitiion

$3,504

21st Century Partnership

$10,404

Perry/HC Airport Authority

$44,400

GA Nat'l Fairgrounds

$54,702

0

$75,923 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PERRY

Total: $119,444

20,000

40,000

60,000

Total Housing/Economic Development Costs: $2,722,765

$96,700 MAIN STREET PROGRAM

$8,074 OUTREACH PROGRAM

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 12


Actions Reduced Perry Service area size by downsizing a portion of the Woodlands subdivision

Updated Main Street logo.

Developed Downtown District natural gas usage incentive program.

After a moratorium, adjusted development requirements for conservation subdivisions.

Downtown Development Authority cleared utility pole restrictions and sold its first parcel for redevelopment.

Approved hotel incentive program for new hotel on the Georgia National Fairgrounds' site.

Set criteria for murals in the City after a moratorium.

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 13


Utilities Costs WATER & SEWERAGE Administration

$124,616

Meters

$1,146,196

Water Provision

$1,221,885

Wastewater Treatment

$1,674,904

Distribution & Collection

$1,478,408

Depreciation

$1,576,790

Equipment

$124,426

Debt Services

$1,064,518

0

Total: $8,411,743

500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000

NATURAL GAS Administration

$151,490

Operations

$607,547

Product Supply

$1,852,674

Depreciation

$86,270

Debt Service

$14,051

0

Total: $2,712,032

500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 $1,064,518

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 14


$1,150,944 JOINTLY OWNED NATURAL GAS PARTNERSHIP

Total Utility Costs: $12,274,719

Amended water/sewer ordinance to address construction requirements.

Increased size of water meter installation crew due to demand growth. Approved a ten year complete change out program for all water and natural gas meters.

Actions CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 15


Community Facilities Improvement Costs Streets/Sidewalks

$463,792

Buildings

$626,568

Parks

$2,402,987

Water/Sewer

$7,427,486

Natural Gas

$586,909

Solid Waste Transfer Station

$37,459 0

Total: $11,545,201 2,500,000

5,000,000

7,500,000

Actions Approved Hill Road stormwater drainage project.

Approved Wingfield Way sidewalk improvements.

Began City's natural gas main upgrade. CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 16


Uses Comparison General Government

$6,507,533

Public Safety

$9,585,601

Public Works

$5,901,695

Health/Welfare

$102,616

Recreation/Leisure

$720,336

Housing/Economic Development

$2,722,765

Utilities

$12,274,719

Community Facilities

$11,545,201 0

2,500,000

5,000,000

7,500,000

10,000,000

12,500,000

Total Costs: $49,360,466

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 17 CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020


Fund Status GENERAL FUND Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$18,185,519

$18,610,592

$1,396,803

$4,228,616

CONFISCATED ASSETS Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$27,132

$48,124

-

$175,558

Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$153,913

$153,813

$100

$100

Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$128,362

$128,362

-

-

Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$225,792

$216,787

$120

$9,125

CDBG-2017

CDBG-2019

CHIP-2019

MUNICIPAL COURT TECHNOLOGY Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$104,571

$96,032

$75,718

$84,259 CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 18


Fund Status FIRE PROTECTION UTILITY DISTRICT Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$2,247,092

$1,971,313

$40,405

$356,533

HOTEL/MOTEL Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$895,703

$466,705

$(402,725)

$78,805

CONSTRUCTION FUNDS SPLOST 18 Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$1,491,639

$833,605

$33,749

$914,436

GENERAL CAPITAL Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$58.00

$419,623

$418,093

$(4,306)

PERRY PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

-

$2,735,803

$2,735,803

-

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 19


Fund Status LOCAL MAINTENANCE & IMPROVEMENTS GRANT Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$254,610

$216,651

$22,842

$280,778

GEFA LOAN AWSRF Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

-

$7,328,221

$7,328,221

-

PROPRIETARY FUNDS WATER & SEWERAGE SYSTEM REVENUE Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$8,356,851

$9,004,186

$(208,260)

$4,141,871*

NATURAL GAS SYSTEM REVENUE Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$4,595,176

$4,138,924

$(808,738)

$1,352,545*

SOLID WASTE SYSTEM REVENUE Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$2,113,618

$2,247,362

$186,052

$475,363*

20TIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 20


Fund Status STORMWATER UTILITY DISTRICT REVENUE Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$748,100

$786,706

$8,113

$108,294*

GEFA ENERGY LOAN REVENUE Revenue

Expenditures

Other Financing

Fund Balance

$61.00

$1,165

$(50)

$68,451*

*CASH BALANCE

CITIZEN REPORT FY 2020 | 21

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