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File #: 09-0375    Version: 1 Name: 5/4/09 - Resolution to Adopt A2 City Budget FY 2010
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 5/4/2009 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/18/2009 Final action: 5/18/2009
Enactment date: 5/18/2009 Enactment #: R-09-204
Title: Resolution to Adopt the Proposed Ann Arbor City Budget and Related Property Tax Millage Rates for Fiscal Year 2010
Attachments: 1. Budget Resolution As amended and approved, 2. Resolution to Adopt Proposed A2 City Budget FY 2010.doc
Related files: 09-0510
Title
Resolution to Adopt the Proposed Ann Arbor City Budget and Related Property Tax Millage Rates for Fiscal Year 2010
Memorandum
Attached for your review and action is the proposed fiscal year FY 2010 City Budget that totals $351.8M and is in compliance with the City Charter. This budget resolution reflects the recommended budget delivered to you on April 13, 2009.

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

FY 2010
Recurring Revenues $ 84,495,264
Recurring Expenditures 81,220,056
Non-recurring Revenue 744,625
Non-recurring Expenditures 3,637,821

Net Surplus/(Deficit) $ 382,012

General Fund recurring expenditures decrease by $(2,570,655) (3.1%) compared to FY 2009, and recurring revenues decrease by $(1,716,438) (2.0%). Below is a summary of non-recurring expenditures:

FY 2010
General Fund Expenditures
Non-recurring Items:
Reserve for Pfizer Tax Appeal $ 722,000
Golf Operations Subsidy 689,583
VEBA/Pension Contribution to Match ARC 510,758
Continuation of Supplemental Parks Funding 287,586
Integrated Human Services Funding 250,000
Foreclosure Revolving Trust 100,000
Housing Commission - Supplemental Needs 175,000
Master Plan & Corridor Design Standards 155,000
Code Clean-up (Zoning & Pension) 200,000
Various Capital Imprvmts (Fire/Hydro/Larcom 547,894
Roof/333 Huron/IT)
Total General Fund Non-recurring Expenditures $ 3,637,821
FTEs
The City’s FTEs are proposed to decrease from 800 to 766 in FY 2010:

· 27 FTE’s within the Police Services:
Ø 8 Community Standards (3 vacant),
Ø 6 Command Officers (1 vacant),
Ø 10 Patrol (2 vacant),
Ø 1 vacant Dispatch and
Ø 2 vacant Clerical positions.
· 7 FTE reductions are affected in other operations:
Ø 2 vacant Court positions,
Ø 1 vacant Community Services Planning and Development-GIS support,
Ø 1 Community Services Recreation Facilities staffing,
Ø 1 vacant Treasury,
Ø 1 H...

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