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File #: 18-0619    Version: 1 Name: 5/7/18 Resolution to Adopt Ann Arbor City Budget and Related Property Tax Millage Rates for fiscal year 2019
Type: Resolution Status: Introduced from Staff
File created: 5/7/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/21/2018 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Resolution to Adopt Ann Arbor City Budget and Related Property Tax Millage Rates for Fiscal Year 2019
Attachments: 1. Resolution for FY19 Adopted Budget.pdf, 2. Proposed Budget Amendments for FY19.pdf, 3. FY19 Council Budget Questions - Staff Responses.pdf
Title
Resolution to Adopt Ann Arbor City Budget and Related Property Tax Millage Rates for Fiscal Year 2019
Memorandum
Attached for your review and action is the proposed FY 2019 City Budget that totals $434 million in revenue and $390 million in expenditures and is in compliance with the City Charter. This budget resolution reflects the recommended budget delivered to you on April 16, 2018.

General Fund Activities
This recommended budget holds recurring expenditure levels in line with the projected revenue levels.


General Fund recurring expenditures increased by $1,490,442 (+1.5%) compared to FY 2018's adopted budget, and recurring revenues increased by $811,189 (0.79%). Below is a summary of non-recurring expenditures:

General Fund Non-recurring Expenditures
FY 2019
Mayor-Sister City Celebration
$ 1,000
Human Resources-Ultipro Improvements
9,000
Housing Commission-One-time support
68,000
Community Services-Annexation funding
100,000
Public Services-Streetlights
130,000
Public Services-ADA Accessibility Compliance Study
25,000
Public Services-Barton and Superior Dam work
125,000
Public Services-Fire Stations 1 & 6 Bathroom Renovations
150,000
Non-departmental-Workforce planning carryover funding
262,612
Non-departmental-Update governance plans
500,000
Non-departmental-Carryover for FY18 governance plans
167,200
Total General Fund Non-recurring Expenditures
$ 1,537,812


FTEs
The City's FTEs are proposed to increase from 742, as amended during FY18, to 743 in FY 2019 (excluding transfers between Service Areas and net of incidental changes):

* 2.0 FTE increase in Safety Services, Police
* 1.0 FTE decrease in Safety Services, Fire

As part of the workforce planning initiative, Council is authorizing staff to exceed the authorized 743 FTEs by 10 on a temporary basis.

Millage Rates
The following mil...

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