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Online Reference 3:  Comparative Statement of Expenditures & Transfers by Function, General Fund For the Periods Ending November 30, 2010, and November 30, 2009

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NOTE:  Click on any highlighted agency or function to view Fiscal Year 2011 Approved Budget information.  See below for charts comparing actual v. budgeted expenditures for both personnel and non-personnel categories.  Click on any highlighted number to view notes or additional information.

*41.67% of Fiscal Year Completed
*40.99% of Payrolls Processed

FUNCTION FY 2010
ACTUALS
FY2011
REVISED
BUDGET
FY2011
EXPENDITURES
THRU 11/30/10

% OF
BUDGET
EXPENDED
FY 2010
EXPENDITURES
THRU 11/30/09
EXPENDITURES 
 % CHANGE
Legislative & Executive  $7,117,967 $7,691,064 $2,922,450 38.0% $2,966,037 -1.5%
Judicial Administration  $37,436,864 $38,723,575 $16,108,820 41.6% $15,770,034 2.1%
             
Staff Agencies            
Information Technology Services  $6,413,983 $7,148,254 $2,747,223 38.4% $2,517,791 9.1%
Management & Budget  1,102,234 1,185,929 435,123 36.7% 458,212 -5.0%
Finance 8,589,975 10,052,825 3,166,308 31.5% 3,416,595 -7.3%
Real Estate Assessment  1,467,395 1,680,223 593,504 35.3% 564,524 5.1%
Human Resources  2,847,170 2,715,276 1,057,147 38.9% 1,142,844 -7.5%
Planning & Zoning  5,453,956 5,450,708 2,153,243 39.5% 2,231,117 -3.5%
Economic Development Activities  3,239,109 3,833,611 1,770,440 46.2% 1,626,274 8.9%
City Attorney  2,294,946 2,998,772 886,763 29.6% 932,243 -4.9%
Registrar  1,014,068 1,128,653 495,519 43.9% 506,153 -2.1%
General Services  11,369,943 11,775,206 4,473,893 38.0% 4,302,976 4.0%

Total Staff Agencies

$43,792,779 $47,969,457 $17,779,163 37.1% $17,698,729 0.5%
             
Operating Agencies             
Transportation & Environmental Services  $26,308,499 $27,729,543 $11,900,940 42.9% $11,442,817 4.0%
Fire and Code Administration  39,338,983 35,977,9781  16,326,953 45.4% 16,344,950 -0.1%
Police and Emergency Communications  51,980,201 52,622,677 21,761,175 41.4%  21,846,903 -0.4%
Transit Subsidies  5,168,369 8,245,933 3,889,743 47.2% 3,852,988 1.0%
Mental Health/Mental Retardation/ Substance Abuse  521,429 509,972 342,569 67.2% 235,668 45.4%
Health   7,598,198 8,108,471 3,573,939 44.1% 3,603,193 -0.8%
Human Services  11,254,019 12,538,147 5,316,332 42.4% 5,565,665 -4.5%
Historic Resources  2,597,967 2,501,575 1,052,549 42.1% 1,076,632 -2.2%
Recreation  18,150,627 19,091,680 8,138,907 42.6% 8,266,817 -1.5%

Total Operating Agencies

$162,918,292 $167,325,976 $72,303,107

43.2%

$72,235,633 0.1%
             
Education            
Schools  $165,555,960 $167,886,5672 $53,661,199 32.0% $53,183,144 0.9%
Other Educational Activities  12,304 12,229 6,115 50.0% 6,152 -0.6%
Total Education  $165,568,264 $167,898,796 $53,667,314 32.0% $53,189,296 0.9%
             
Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous            
Debt Service  $34,844,533 $37,660,704 $7,018,070 18.6% $3,231,945 117.1%3
Non-Departmental  9,042,601 10,381,943 6,117,415 58.9% 7,255,154 -15.7%
Cash Capital  4,295,000 5,545,000 5,545,000 100.0% 4,400,038 26.0%
Contingent Reserves  -     507,314 -      0.0% -      -     
Total Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous $48,182,134 $54,094,961 $18,680,485 34.5% $14,887,137 25.5%
             

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$465,016,300 $483,703,829 $181,461,339 37.5% $176,746,866 2.7%
             
Cash Match (Mental Health/Mental Retardation/Substance Abuse,
Human Services, and Library and Transfers to the Special Revenue Fund)
$41,469,222 $34,257,741 -      -      -      -     
Transfer to Housing  1,471,393 1,601,388 591,967 37.0% 512,407 15.5%
Transfer to Library  6,074,971 6,248,349 2,603,687 41.7% 2,531,440 2.9%
Transfer to DASH  7,907,789 7,807,789 3,253,506 41.7% 3,208,173 1.4%
               TOTAL EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS $521,939,675 $533,619,096 $187,910,499 35.2% $182,998,886 2.7%
             
Total Expenditures by Category            
Salaries and Benefits  $180,224,174 $180,732,360 $74,666,180 41.3% $74,194,980 0.6%4
Non Personnel (includes all school funds) 341,715,501 352,886,736 113,244,319 32.1% 108,803,906 4.1%5

Total Expenditures

$521,939,675 $533,619,096 $187,910,4996 35.2% $182,998,886 2.7%
 

 




Expenditures Charts

 

Personnel Expenditures -- November 2010      

Non-Personnel Expenditures -- November 2010

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Notes

  1. Fire:  The Fire Department is projected to be as much as $0.7 to $1.0 million over budget due to overtime expenditures, primarily due to a large number of firefighter and medic vacancies in the department.  Recruits to fill the vacancies have been hired but are still in training and are not expected to go on the street until late this fiscal year.  The size of the overall deficit may be less if these recruits complete their training sooner. The department will continue to monitor overtime and other expenditures and revise the projections as needed.
  2. Schools:   The City will provide approximately 76 percent of the estimated funds required to operate the City public school system in FY 2011. 
  3. Debt Service:  The increase reflects budgeted debt service for bonds issued in June 2009.
  4. Personnel Expenditures:  Personnel expenditures remain on par with last year.  These personnel expenditures are just slightly higher than the budget primarily because turnover savings are deducted from the budget on the first day of the fiscal year, while the savings are realized during the year.  Also, funds to pay for the implementation of pay adjustments due to the Watson Wyatt Study, which were effective July 1, 2010, were appropriated in the supplemental appropriation ordinance in December and will be reflected in the December report presented next month. They are not reflected in this report through November 30.     
  5. Non-Personnel Expenditures: Non-personnel spending increased 4.1 percent. For most departments, differences in spending patterns for non- personnel this early in the year reflect the timing of bill payments and not necessarily changes in spending patterns.  We are closely monitoring and controlling these expenditures to be at or below budget.
  6. Year-to-Date Expenditures: As of November 30, 2010, actual General Fund expenditures totaled $187.9 million, an increase of $4.9 million, or 2.7 percent, above expenditures for the same period last year.

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