FY 2007 Budget Memoranda (Category View)

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FY 2007 Budget Memoranda

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BUDGET PROCESS
1 Proposed Schedule and Add/Delete Process for the FY 2007 Budget Deliberations 
14 Expenditure Reduction Options Proposed by City Departments 
90 Add/Delete Menu of Options for Council Consideration
95 Proposed FY 2007 City-wide Communications/Publications Budget
120 Preliminary Add/Delete List for Discussion at April 17, 2006 Budget Work Session
135 Final Add/Delete List for Discussion at April 24, 2006 Budget Work Session
140 Final Adopted Add/Delete List Summary and FY 2007 General Fund Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Adoption Motions

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM EXPENDITURES 
24 Costs Associated with the Addition of an Indoor Pool for the Charles Houston Recreation left 
34 Cost Sharing for Residential Sign Program 
39 Revised CIP Funding Plan Reflecting Revised Funding Needs for Police Headquarters Facility 
44 Funding for Repairs to Mt. Vernon Public Alley 
45 The Use of Unallocated Market Square Renovation Funds for Street Trash Can Replacement and the Postponed Sign Program 
60 Visitors left CIP Funding 
74 Wilkes Street Tunnel Repairs 
99 Trends in CIP Spending Per Capita
100 Trends in the Capital Improvement Program: 1991 - 2006
117 Planning Commission Approval of Proposed FY 2007 - FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
132 Parks and Recreation CIP Reductions
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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FINANCING, DEBT POLICY GUIDELINES 
41 Portion of the CIP Funded by Fees 
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CITIZEN ASSISTANCE 
81 Cost of Cablecast Government Programming
82 Sister Cities Program
83 Legislation Passed by the 2006 General Assembly on Telecommunications Taxes and Cable Television Franchises

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COMPARISONS TO OTHER JURISDICTIONS 
9 Information on Health Benefits Provided to City Employees 
97 Healthcare Savings Ideas from Other Jurisdictions
110 COLA and Merit vs. Inflation
121 Comparison of COLAS Across Jurisdiction
122 Consideration to Convert Part-Time City Council Aide Positions into Full-Time Positions
126 Turnover Rates as Compared with Jurisdictions in the Region

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COURTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS (EXCEPT SHERIFF) 
 
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
78 Economic Development Director Compensation Costs
87 Tourism, Taxes and the Budget
102 Return on Economic Development Investments
105 Plans to Make the Old Town Arts Festival Self-Sustaining

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FINANCE DEPARTMENT 
11 State Reimbursement Under the Personal Property Tax Relief Program 
15 Car Tax Relief Percentages in Other Jurisdictions 
42 Frequently Used Service Hours for Personal Property and the Treasury Division 
52 FY 2006 and FY 2007 Final Revenue Adjustments 
85 Business License (BPOL) Tax Rates in Neighboring Jurisdictions 
134 Restructured Real Estate Tax Relief
139 Additional Income Limits for Real Estate Tax Relief for Limited Income Residents Under the Affordable Housing Ownership Preservation (AHOP) Program

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FIRE 
54 Staffing Ratios and Request for Additional Emergency Rescue Technicians (ERTs) 
101 Funding for Emergency Preparedness Proposed for FY 2007
112 Funding for Emergency Preparedness Outreach Proposed for FY 2007
113 Request for Information on False Fire and Police False Alarms

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GENERAL SERVICES 
36 The Potential impact on Postponement of the Space Management Plan; and a Long Term Strategy to Reduce City-Wide Lease Costs 
43 Energy Conservation Project Payback 
68 Copying/Duplicating Costs 
84 City Vehicle Fleet Size and Growth 
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GRANTS TO NON-PROFITS 
 
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HEALTH 
129 $15,000 Seasonal Pool Inspector for the Alexandria Health Department (AHD)
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HISTORIC ALEXANDRIA 
 
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HOUSING 
76 City and School Employee Homeowner Assistance Program 
124 Additional Options for the Affordable Home Ownership Preservation (AHOP) Program
137 Expanded Options for the Affordable Home Ownership Preservation (AHOP) Program
139 Additional Income Limits for Real Estate Tax Relief for Limited Income Residents Under the Affordable Housing Ownership Preservation (AHOP) Program
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HUMAN SERVICES 
13 Potential Loss of $1.0 Million in the Department of Human Services Regarding Non-receipt of Federal Financial Participation Funds 
25 Funding Levels at St. Martin De Porres Senior left 
48 Parent Leadership Training Institute 
58 Salary Increases Approved for Head Start Employees
61 Moving JobLink to a Rented Facility
72 Funds to Move Child Welfare Staff to Herbert Street Location
96 Supplemental Funding Proposed in the Base Budget for Community Lodging, Inc.
118 Funding for Youth Employment, TEENWORK!
123 Categories of Spending, FY 1991 - FY 2007 and Social Services Spending

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INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (OPERATING AND CAPITAL) 
6 Information Technology Systems Status Report 
66 On-Line Applications for Boards and Commissions and Registration for Recreation Programs 
69 Information Technology Commission Review of the City’s FY 2007 Proposed Information Technology Plan 
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INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
4 VML Legislative Bulletin and Federal United States Conference of Mayors Report 
67 Trends in State and Federal Revenues 
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LIBRARY 
 
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LONG-RANGE BUDGET ISSUES 
36 The Potential impact on Postponement of the Space Management Plan; and a Long Term Strategy to Reduce City-Wide Lease Costs 
53 Rent Increases (Councilman Macdonald’s Request) 
114 Increase in Average Property Tax Bill

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MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET 
49 Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (BFAAC) Review of the FY 2007 Proposed Budget
50 Identification of Options to Reach a General Fund Operating Budget with Five (5) Percent
91 Two Percent Expenditure Reduction Options Proposed by City Departments and Not Recommended
94 Trend in Departmental Savings
106 Costs of Updating the Strategic Plan

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MENTAL HEALTH/MENTAL RETARDATION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE 
 
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OPEN SPACE 
86 Open Space Questions 
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PERSONNEL 
8 Accounting for Post-Employment Retiree Benefits New Mandates from the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB 45) 
9 Information on Health Benefits Provided to City Employees 
17 Proposed Federal Cost of Living Rate
18 Healthcare Open Enrollment
19 Employee Evaluation 
51 Employee Health Care Benefits
64 (1) Self-funding of Employee Health Insurance Costs,
(2) Further Consolidation with the School Employee Health Insurance
65 Number of City Employees Living Within a 25 Mile Radius of City
70 Retiree Health Insurance - Recent Article Concerning Other Jurisdictions
97 Healthcare Savings Ideas from Other Jurisdictions
98 Parking Meters in Eisenhower East
104 Attrition Reductions in Staff
107 Retirement Contributions
110 COLA and Merit vs. Inflation
116 Budget Impact of Holding City Employee Compensation Increases to 3.25%,
3.50%, 3.75%, 4.00%, 4.50% and 5.00%
104 CORRECTED Attrition Reductions in Staff
119 Healthcare Savings from Reduction in FY 2007 MAMSI/United Healthcare (UH) Premiums
121 Comparison of COLAS Across Jurisdiction
122 Consideration to Convert Part-Time City Council Aide Positions into Full-Time Positions
126 Turnover Rates as Compared with Jurisdictions in the Region
133 Healthcare Costs - Employee Cost Sharing Options
138 Tentatively Approved Position Changes

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PLANNING AND ZONING 
108 Using Consultants Instead of Hiring Full-Time Staff for Planning Projects; Cost of Eisenhower West Study and Historic Districts Studies
117 Planning Commission Approval of Proposed FY 2007 - FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

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POLICE DEPARTMENT 
75 Clarification and Further Explanation of Details in Police Section of Budget Document 
113 Request for Information on False Fire and Police False Alarms

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REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENTS AND TAXATION 
2 Calendar Year 2006 Real Estate Property Assessment Report 
3 Real Estate Economics - Trendlines 2006 
5 Residential Assessment Changes by Percentage Increments and Class of Property 
22 Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Benefit 
37 Impact of New Construction 
38 Number of Commercially Taxed Apartments Now Taxed as Residential Condominiums 
40 Changes in Real Estate Tax Base: 1991 - 2006 
55 Real Estate Tax Collection and Sale of Tax Certificates
59 Cleaning in Commercial and Residential Neighborhoods
79 Real Estate Tax Rates
80 Graph Showing Plot of Total Increase in Spending Compared to Increase in Real Estate Tax Value from New Construction
130 Impact on Residential Real Estate Taxes of a Ten Cent Rate Reduction
134 Restructured Real Estate Tax Relief
136 Real Estate Tax Rates

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RECREATION, PARKS AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES/OTHER RECREATION 
24 Costs Associated with the Addition of an Indoor Pool for the Charles Houston Recreation left 
35 Request for Marina Slip Fee Comparison with Other Jurisdictions, Revenue Analysis and Marina Operating Costs 
47 Cost Estimates for a Turf or Artificial Turf Field at Ben Brenman Park 
63 Roving Recreation Leader Positions 
71 Information on Sports Facilities 
115 Information for Special Events
128 Hold on Land and $25,000 in Unallocated Balances for Multi-Purpose, Multi-Generational Recreation Facility in Cameron Station (Ben Brenman Park)
132 Parks and Recreation CIP Reductions
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REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 
 
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REVENUES (OTHER THAN REAL ESTATE TAX) 
4 VML Legislative Bulletin and Federal United States Conference of Mayors Report 
11 State Reimbursement Under the Personal Property Tax Relief Program 
13 Potential Loss of $1.0 Million in the Department of Human Services Regarding Non-receipt of Federal Financial Participation Funds 
15 Car Tax Relief Percentages in Other Jurisdictions 
16 Amount of E-911 Revenue 
26 Business Licensing Trends 
29 Trends in Revenue Estimation
30 Trends in Revenue Growth or Loss
31 Request for Bar Charts of City Revenues
52 FY 2006 and FY 2007 Final Revenue Adjustments
56 Request Information on Animal License Fees
67 Trends in State and Federal Revenues
73 Revenue From Cigarette Tax
77 Parking Fine Increases
92 Inflation and Expenditure Increases Since 1993
111 Potomac Yard Special Tax District
115 Information for Special Events
127 Use of Additional Development Fee Revenue

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SCHOOLS 
10 City Share of Alexandria City Public Schools Operating Budget 
27 ACPS Proposed Teacher Salary Scales
28 Increases in ACPS Proposed Budget
48 Parent Leadership Training Institute
62 Responses to City Council Budget Questions on the School Board’s FY 2007 Approved Operating Budget
89 ACPS Health Insurance Cost

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SHERIFF 
 
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TRANSIT SUBSIDIES 
7 A Proposal to Eliminate WMATA Routes 9B and 10P and Provide Replacement Dash Service 
88 Bus Cost Recovery Rates and WMATA Subsidies 
93 DASH Bus Service Plan
 

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TRANSPORTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 
12 Councilman Macdonald’s Request - Residential Refuse Collection Fee 
20 Citizen Contributions for Traffic Calming
21 School Flashing Signals
23 Ornamental Street Trash Can Replacement Program
32 Use of Monies Allocated for Bike Trails
33 Solar Lighting on Mt. Vernon Avenue
45 The Use of Unallocated Market Square Renovation Funds for Street Trash Can Replacement and the Postponed Sign Program
46 Sidewalk, Curb, and Gutter Program
98 Parking Meters in Eisenhower East
111 Potomac Yard Special Tax District
125 Stormwater Utility
131 Mount Vernon Alley
 

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