2014 City Budget and Capital Improvement Program First City Budget Work Session.

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Slide 1 2014 City Budget and Capital Improvement Program First City Budget Work Session Slide 2 Population of Metropolitan Areas in Kansas Metropolitan Area (MA) and County April 1, 2010 Census Change April 1, 2010 - July 1, 2012 Percent Change Kansas2,853,11818,1200.6 Kansas City, Kansas MA820,35418,4802.3 Lawrence MA110,8262,0381.8 Manhattan MA92,7195,0915.5 Topeka MA233,8706960.3 Wichita MA630,9195,1860.8 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. Statewide Growth Areas Slide 3 Table 1. The 15 Fastest-Growing Large Cities from July 1, 2011 to July 1, 2012 RankArea NameState Percent Increase 2012 Population 1 San MarcosTexas4.9150,001 2 South JordanUtah4.8755,934 3 MidlandTexas4.87119,385 4 Cedar ParkTexas4.6757,957 5 ClarksvilleTennessee4.43142,519 6 AlpharettaGeorgia4.3761,981 7 GeorgetownTexas4.2152,303 8 IrvineCalifornia4.21229,985 9 BuckeyeArizona4.1454,542 10 ConroeTexas4.0161,533 11 McKinneyTexas3.95143,223 12 FriscoTexas3.92128,176 13 OdessaTexas3.83106,102 14 AuburnAlabama3.7156,908 15 ManhattanKansas3.7156,069 Source: U.S. Census Bureau - Large cities with a population of at least 50,000. Release Date: May 2013 Fastest Growth Areas in the United States Slide 4 City of Manhattan Growth from 1925-2012 Slide 5 130.74 Compared to Salina, it costs about $24 less annually in total property taxes to live in Manhattan. Compared to Lawrence, it costs about $136 more annually to live in Manhattan. About $2.62 a week. City Cost Comparisons (total local mill levies) Slide 6 50.40 43.44 35.40 State of Kansas 1.50 Mill Levy Rates (arrows show trend line) Slide 7 Where Annual City Property Tax Dollars Go (arrows show trend line) Slide 8 Population Growth General Obligation Bonds City Debt and City Growth (arrow shows trend line) Slide 9 G.O. Debt Issued vs. Retired Slide 10 Comparison of G.O. Debt per Capita The statewide average for cities of the first class is $1,199 per capita $845 Slide 11 There were budget reductions of $1,762,322 last year $892,293 cut by City Manager before first budget work session $870,209 cut by the City Commission during budget work sessions Reminder from 2013 Budget Work Sessions Slide 12 2014 Preliminary City Budget 2013 Budget2014 Proposed Budget $ 121,804,142$ 131,109,341 Slide 13 2014 Preliminary City Budget Fund2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget General Fund$ 25,993,571$ 27,687,518 Special Revenue Funds$ 40,809,665$ 43,017,035 Bond & Interest Fund$ 24,495,886$ 27,657,384 Enterprise Funds$ 30,505,020$ 32,747,404 Total$ 121,804,142$ 131,109,341 Slide 14 2014 Preliminary City Budget (continued) Fund 2014 Proposed Budget Property Taxes Levied General Fund$ 27,687,518$ 2,215,823 Special Revenue Funds$ 43,017,035$ 17,672,792 Bond & Interest Fund$ 27,657,384$ 2,023,212 Enterprise Funds$ 32,747,404 N/A Total$ 131,109,341$ 21,911,827 Slide 15 2014 Taxes Proposed 2013 Taxes Levied Mill Levy Change Property Taxes for Outside Agencies RCPD $ 13,437,282 $ 13,007,610(0.34) Library 2,050,839 1,994,8280.01 Library EBF 460,159 431,3880.04 $ 15,684,804 $ 15,433,826(0.29) Property Taxes for City Services General Fund 2,215,823 1,097,9772.30 Employee Benefit Fund 1,041,004 688,3900.71 Fire Equipment Reserve 300,000 50,0000.52 KP&F 383,508 75,0000.65 Bond & Interest Fund 2,023,212 2,505,612(1.15) $ 5,963,547 $ 4,416,9793.03 Property Taxes Levied $ 21,911,827 $ 19,850,805 Possible Mill Levy Rate 46.164 43.423 2014 Preliminary Mill Levies Slide 16 Budgeted General Fund Revenues 2010 2011 2012 2013 Beginning Cash Balance $ 2,085,123 $ 2,085,000 $ 2,300,000 $ 2,500,000 Property Taxes 1,216,944 1,137,977 1,142,977 Sales Taxes and Franchise Fees 10,510,566 10,483,408 10,782,021 11,299,369 Transfers 4,211,056 4,490,102 4,654,748 5,343,264 Totals $ 23,122,213 $ 23,253,312 $ 24,348,374 $ 25,993,571 Slide 17 Proposed General Fund Increases Capital Improvement Fund $ 477,826 Flint Hills MPO 118,655 New Employee Positions 219,238 2014 Salary Adjustments493,211 Employee Health Insurance 93,428 Other Budgetary Increases291,789 (Commodities, Contractual Services, etc.) Totals $ 1,693,947 Slide 18 Select Special Revenue Funds Fund2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Employee Benefits$ 1,842,000$ 2,039,000 Kansas Police & Fire (KP&F) $ 770,000$ 775,000 General Improvement$ 100,000 Fire Equipment Reserve$ 379,271$ 590,818 Industrial Promotion$ 257,400$ 95,000 Slide 19 Select Special Revenue Funds (continued) Fund2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Park Development$ 75,000 Library$ 2,156,028$ 2,220,839 Library Employee Benefits$ 465,088$ 494,159 Riley County Police Department $ 14,144,590$ 14,449,680 Slide 20 Special Revenue Fund Increases Fund2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Special Revenue Funds$ 40,809,665$ 43,017,035 Although there are a number of changes across these funds, the main increase from 2013 to 2014 is attributed to the renewal of the Riley County sales tax within the Economic Development Fund. Slide 21 Special Street & Highway Fund 2011 2012 2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Road material Asphalt$ 3,857$ 0 $ 25,000 Road material Concrete 84,407 89,765 75,000 125,000 Road material Other 12,933 13,975 15,000 Infrastructure Maintenance $836,640$935,879$ 905,867$1,205,867 Slide 22 2010 2011 2012 BudgetActualBudget ActualBudgetActual Beginning Cash Balance 324,595 427,762 300,000 606,048 535,270 784,067 State Highway Maintenance 31,056 33,204 31,000 33,204 31,000 33,227 Gasoline Tax Refund 1,626,170 1,528,722 1,478,000 1,486,386 1,524,180 1,488,393 Investment Interest 6,492 1,983 6,000 3,728 - 3,247 Transfer from Special Revenue 12,716 12,717 Total Revenues 2,001,029 2,098,344 1,827,716 2,202,938 2,103,167 2,337,197 Special Street & Highway Fund Slide 23 Bond & Interest Fund Increase Fund2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Bond & Interest Fund$ 24,495,886$ 27,657,384 Quality-of-Life Cash Reserves $ 4,693,443 $ 6,407,329 Outstanding Bond Principal 9,776,573 10,631,500 Outstanding Bond Interest 3,944,081 4,426,431 Totals $ 18,414,097 $ 21,465,260 Slide 24 Bond & Interest Fund Slide 25 About $23M will be added as General Obligation Bonds this year. Slide 26 Bond & Interest Revenues 2013 Budget 2014 Proposed Budget Beginning Cash Balance$ 4,442,959$ 6,500,000 Ad Valorem Taxes2,505,6122,023,212 Motor Vehicle Taxes180,247200,173 Special Assessments5,793,7375,830,908 Transfers from Other Funds1,981,5842,455,811 Sales Tax Fund Transfers 996,631500,000 Property Tax Relief Sales Tax--------919,100 Other Revenues690,682828,031 Special Election Sales Tax2,501,6812,813,311 STAR Bond Revenue3,641,0843,775,519 TIF A Revenue1,761,6691,811,319 Totals$ 24,495,886$ 27,657,384 Slide 27 2014 2019 Capital Improvement Program Slide 28 2013 Budget Overview General Fund Capital Improvement Spending Population Growth Slide 29 General Fund $ 548,559 Fire Equipment Reserve 232,940 Special Street & Highway 88,700 Park Development 75,000 Special Parks & Recreation 90,800 Special Sunset Zoo 35,000 Other Special Revenue Funds 710,100 Water 742,250 Wastewater 733,250 Stormwater 337,275 Totals $ 3,595,624 2014 CIP Funding Summary Slide 30 2014 Budget Impact General Fund Information Services $ 17,500 Airport $ 55,526 Community Development $ 150,950 Legal Services $ 28,750 Fire Technical Services $ 57,000 Building Maintenance $ 68,000 2014 Capital Improvement Program Slide 31 2014 Budget Impact General Fund (continued) Street $ 42,733 Traffic $ 43,100 City Parks $ 20,000 Sunset Zoo $ 25,000 Animal Shelter $ 40,000 2014 Capital Improvement Program (continued) Slide 32 City Boards and Committee Requests Commission Direction Requested Bike Boulevard Project ($ 31,500 from STP funds) Community House Study ($ 65,000 from General Fund) Annual Sidewalk Fund ($ 50,000 from General Improvement Fund) 2014 Capital Improvement Program (continued) Slide 33 Citizen Requests Commission Direction Requested Pedestrian Crosswalk Signal at Anderson & Hudson ($ 20,000 from Grants) Sidewalk Extension from South-side of Dickens to Georgetown Apts. ($ 101,000, half from City/University and half from General Improvement Funds in 2014 and 2015) 3 rd Street and South Poyntz Parking Lot Improvements ($ 68,869 from Other Sources) 3 rd Street and North Poyntz Parking Lot Improvements ($ 94,427 from Other Sources) All of these Board and Citizen requests are currently budgeted for 2014 but are not recommended by City Management for funding. 2014 Capital Improvement Program (continued) Slide 34 Future Work Session Issues for Consideration Consider appropriate level of capital improvement program funding Consider appropriate level of multi-year street maintenance funding Consider appropriate level of property tax funding for 2014 City Budget Consider utility rate increases for 2014 Slide 35 Future Work Session Issues for Consideration Other issues to be researched for the 2nd budget work session? Slide 36 Reminder June 11th Second Budget Work Session on the 2014 City Budget and a Discussion of Utility Rate Increases (Please refer to the attached budget calendar) Slide 37 Questions?

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