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1 2013 City Budget Overview 1

2 2013 City Budget Overview The Bill Frost Memorial PowerPoint 2

3 3 Review of City Growth and Service Requirements 45,338 51, ,500 1, ,120 14,862 11,417

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5 Property Taxes for Outside Services 25 ¢ of Every Property Tax Dollar Property Taxes for City Services 7 ¢ of Every Property Tax Dollar State of Kansas 1 ¢ City of Manhattan 32 ¢ Riley County 27 ¢ USD ¢ 2012 Property Taxes 5 Down from 2011

6 Changes in Property Taxes 6 Total City Property Taxes

7 7 Property Taxes from City Valuation

8 2013 City Budget Process FundOriginal Request Management Reductions General Fund (Operations)$ 26,848,633($ 892,293) General Fund (CIP)$ 659,466($ 495,533) Bond & Interest Fund$ 24,529, Special Revenue Funds$ 42,112,482($ 547,804) Enterprise Funds$ 31,595,521($ 670,500) 8

9 2013 City Budget Fund2012 Budget 2013 Proposed Budget General Fund$ 24,348,374$ 25,956,340 Special Revenue Funds$ 40,491,909$ 41,564,678 Bond & Interest Fund$ 20,345,757$ 24,529,641 Enterprise Funds$ 28,067,130$ 30,925,021 Total$ 113,253,170$ 122,975,680 9

10 2013 City Budget Fund 2013 Proposed Budget Possible Mill Levy Increase General Fund$ 25,956, Special Revenue Funds$ 41,564, Bond & Interest Fund$ 24,529, Enterprise Funds$ 30,925, Total$ 122,975,

11 General Fund Increases Proposed 2013 General Fund Expenditure Increase (over 2012 budget) Municipal parking lots (new division) $ 140,200 Fire Station No. 5 personnel$ 190,000 New Employee Positions (new and part-time) $ 79,671 Pool seasonal employees$ 124,080 Proposed 2013 salary adjustments$ 341,633 Retirement and service awards$ 162,000 Gas/electric/street lighting increases$ 117,769 Downtown Manhattan Inc.$ 45,000 Other Increases $ 407,613 (commodities, contractual, capital outlay, etc.) Total $ 1,607,966 11

12 General Fund Increases Proposed 2013 General Fund Revenue Increase (over 2012 budget) Beginning Cash Balance$ 200,000 Property Taxes$ 226,104 Sales Taxes$ 494,161 Services and Sales$ 187,654 Fines and Court Costs$ 72,981 Transfers$ 608,500 Recreation Programs and Pools$ 66,928 (revenue deductions) ($ 248,362) Total $ 1,607,966 12

13 Municipal Parking Division Rationale: To establish a ‘budget benchmark’ reflecting the growing costs associated with maintaining several municipal parking areas. Proposed 2013 Budget Municipal Parking Lots (new division) $ 140,200 Note: The anticipated annual cost of the new downtown parking facility is $45,700, which is included in the above budget. 13

14 Municipal Pools 2011 Actual2012 Budget 2013 Proposed Budget Swimming Pool Revenues $ 430,711$ 401,210$ 434,500 Swimming Pool Expense $ 616,216$ 487,330$ 601,700 General Fund Subsidy $ 185,505$ 86,120 (estimated) $ 167,200 (estimated) 2012 Operation Changes: (1) Add Aquatics Supervisor and eliminate three pool manager positions (2) Fee increase for swim lessons (3) Other possible changes based on City Commission input 14

15 Special Revenue Funds Fund2012 Budget 2013 Proposed Budget Employee Benefits$ 1,794,000$ 2,551,000 Kansas Police & Fire (KPF)$ 628,000$ 770,000 General Improvement$ 62,717$ 175,000 Fire Equipment Reserve$ 483,500$ 379,271 15

16 Special Revenue Funds Fund 2013 Proposed Budget Possible Mill Levy Increase Employee Benefits$ 2,551, Kansas Police & Fire (KPF)$ 770, General Improvement$ 175, Fire Equipment Reserve$ 379, Total $ 122,975,

17 Special Revenue Funds (continued) Fund2012 Budget 2013 Proposed Budget Library$ 2,073,910$ 2,177,406 Library Employee Benefits$ 439,800$ 466,200 Riley County Police Department $ 13,054,500$ 14,144,590 17

18 Fund 2013 Proposed Budget Possible Mill Levy Increase Library$ 2,177, Library Employee Benefits$ 466, Riley County Police Department $ 14,144, Total $ 122,975, Special Revenue Funds (continued)

19 Bond & Interest Fund Fund2012 Budget 2013 Proposed Budget Bond & Interest$ 20,345,757$ 24,529, Possible Mill Levy Increase.212 The proposed 2013 increase is due in large part to the reserves that must be maintained for the quality-of-life bond issue.

20 City Budget Property Taxes for Outside Services 2013 Proposed Mill Levies 2012 Actual Mill Levies RCPD Library Library EBF Property Taxes for City Services General Fund Employee Benefit Fund Fire Equipment Reserve General Improvement KP&F Bond & Interest Fund

21 21 Kansas Growth Areas Kansas City Wichita Olathe Overland Park Topeka Junction City Shawnee Lawrence Lenexa Leawood Newton Emporia

22 Kansas Cities of the First Class G.O.Per Capita CityPopulationBondsDebt Kansas City145,786282,040,0001,935 Wichita382,368245,399, Olathe125,872216,402,7601,719 Overland Park173,372197,155,0001,137 Topeka127,473155,070,0001,216 Junction City23,353138,193,9835,918 Shawnee62,20986,165,0001,385 Lawrence87,64385,145, Lenexa48,19083,605,0001,735 Leawood31,86744,112,9001,384 Newton19,13237,794,5141,975 Emporia24,91634,415,0001,381 Manhattan53,40134,340, Hutchinson42,08031,014, Leavenworth35,25127,415, Garden City26,65825,258, Pittsburg20,23322,210,0001,098 Dodge City27,34021,365,000781

23 General Obligation Debt Pattern 23

24 Moody’s Latest Bond Rating 24 “Characteristic of a growing area…” WHAT WOULD CHANGE THE RATING - UP - Substantial growth in the city's tax base - Sustained and significant improvement in General Fund reserves WHAT WOULD CHANGE THE RATING - DOWN - Erosion of the city's tax base - Considerable deterioration in General Fund reserves - Sizeable increases to the already high debt burden

25 S&P’s Latest Bond Rating 25 Revised its Financial Management Assessment from “good” to “strong”…. “…based (in part) on the City’s informal policy of budgeting for a $750,000 general fund cash reserve…which management has adhered to historically….”

26 Airport (Projects: Wildlife Fence, GA Apron, Phase 1 of Parking Lot and Terminal Expansion -- $7,110,468) Budget Impact -- $12,345 Fire (Equipment: TI Cameras, Laptops for Engines, SCBA Masks, Storm Sire, Code Service Truck -- $281,000 ) Budget Impact -- $142,575 Public Works (Equipment: Dump Truck Projects: Pavement Management Survey, North Manhattan Avenue Expansion, GIS Software, Traffic Controllers, Signal Upgrades, Juliette/K-18 Turn Signal -- $905,000) Budget Impact -- $180, Capital Improvement Program

27 Parks & Recreation (Equipment: Pick-up Truck, Utility Vehicle, Stump Cutter, Turf Renovator, Passenger Van Projects: Winter Turf Blankets, City Park Road Repairs, Playground Replacements, Anneberg Lighting, Depot Flooring, Park & Recreation Offices-- $2,065,500) Budget Impact -- $272,250 Community Development (Project: Comprehensive Plan Update -- $142,500 ) Budget Impact -- $42, Capital Improvement Program (continued)

28 Water System (Equipment: Backup Generator, Pick-up Trucks, Service Crane, A/C Unit Projects: Blue Township Waterline, Westwood Waterline Replacement, Rebuild Paint Clarifiers, Rebuild Elevator, Utility Distribution Facility -- $893,000) Budget Impact -- $668,000 Wastewater System (Projects: Seth Child Relief Sewer, Wildcat Creek Lift Station, Wildcat Ridge Replacement, Claflin Replacement -- $1,113,790) Budget Impact -- $237,790 Stormwater System (Projects: College & Kimball Flume, CiCo Tributary Stabilization, Pumps at Levee, Bridge Inspection, Watershed Analysis, Levee Restudy-- $430,000) Budget Impact -- $280, Capital Improvement Program (continued)

29 City Board and Citizen Requests Bike Boulevard Project - ($31,500 Special Street & Highway Fund) Bike Coordinator - ($16,000-$25,000 Denied by Management) Poliska Lane Sidewalk - ($49,000 Denied by Management) Capital Improvement Program (continued)

30 City Board and Citizen Requests Manhattan Core District Streetscape – (Cost Unknown Commission Direction Requested) Pocket Park Sculptures – ($45,000 Commission Direction Requested) Fourth Street Roundabout Sculpture – ($50,000 - $100,000 Commission Direction Requested) Capital Improvement Program (continued)

31 Future Work Session Issues for Consideration Consider appropriate level of property tax funding for 2013 City Budget Consider utility rate increases for 2013 Consider a City resolution establishing an equipment reserve fund Consider a City ordinance allowing health costs to be paid from the Employee Benefit Fund Consider reducing annual property and casualty insurance costs by assuming more risk 31

32 Future Work Session Issues for Consideration Other issues to be researched for the 2nd budget work session? 32

33 Reminder… June 12th Second Budget Work Session on the 2013 City Budget and a Discussion of Utility Rate Increases (Please refer to the updated budget calendar) 33


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