Comparative Statement of Expenditures -- March 2012

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*66.6% of Fiscal Year Completed
*67.43% of Payrolls Processed

FUNCTION FY2011
ACTUALS
FY2012
REVISED BUDGET
FY2012
EXPENDITURES
THRU 3/31/12

% OF
BUDGET
EXPENDED
FY 2011
EXPENDITURES
THRU 3/31/11
EXPENDITURES
% CHANGE
Legislative & Executive $5,076,332 $5,417,296 $4,028,375 74.4% $4,867,824 -17%
Judicial Administration $38,393,185 $39,976,309 $29,420,114 73.6% $28,933,026 2%
             
Staff Agencies            
Information Technology Services $7,181,221 $7,598,174 $5,047,342 66.4% $4,799,744 5%
Management & Budget $1,063,491 1,236,389 735,300 59.5% 820,614 -10%
Finance 9,872,634 11,558,875 7,168,895 62.0% 6,823,869 5%
Real Estate Assessment 1,470,112 1,674,469 1,186,455 70.9% 1,098,582 8%
Human Resources 2,820,166 2,971,676 2,097,682 70.6% 2,071,072 1%
Planning & Zoning 5,335,556 5,623,460 4,174,621 74.2% 4,000,463 4%
Economic Development Activities 3,719,232 4,721,167 3,501,960 74.2% 2,608,238 34%
City Attorney 2,325,670 2,652,088 1,815,180 68.4% 1,732,761 5%
Registrar 1,007,110 1,203,860 839,049 69.7% 815,655 3%
General Services 11,681,427 12,486,884 8,923,799 71.5% 8,934,544 0%
Total Staff Agencies $46,476,619 $51,727,042 $35,490,283 68.6% $33,705,542 5%
             
Operating Agencies            
Transportation & Environmental Services $27,532,364 $28,522,530 $20,846,926 73.1% $19,757,834 6%1
Fire 35,892,427 35,164,700 28,134,884 80.0% 28,339,425 -1%
Police 51,013,585 51,203,943 38,089,270 74.4% 39,630,966 -4%
Emergency Communications 1,842,911 5,687,007 4,823,235 84.8% - -
Code 843,814 923,364 602,106 65.2% 644,895 -7%
Transit Subsidies 8,094,839 8,564,122 5,713,804 66.7% 6,194,210 -8%
Community and Human Services 13,920,947 14,789,220 11,416,331 77.2% 9,510,498 20%2 
Health 7,854,474 8,379,225 6,720,688 80.2% 5,666,899 19%3 
Historic Resources 2,560,919 2,824,565 2,132,893 75.5% 1,928,517 11%
Recreation 19,025,423 19,632,384 13,860,950 70.6% 14,446,024 -4%
Total Operating Agencies $168,581,703 $175,691,060 $132,341,087 75.3% $126,119,268 5%
             
Education            
Schools $167,886,567 $174,956,420 $111,498,310 63.7% $107,783,517 3%
Other Educational Activities 12,229 12,288 9,216 75.0% 9,172 0%
Total Education $167,898,796 $174,968,708 $111,507,526 63.7% $107,792,689 3%
             
Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous            
Debt Service $38,479,349 $43,438,079 $26,393,380 60.8% $21,185,348 24.6%4
Non-Departmental 12,427,609 13,932,749 8,264,4405 59.3% 8,194,179 0.9%
Cash Capital 5,545,000 4,915,986 4,915,986 100.0% 5,545,000 -11.3%
Contingent Reserves - 977,517 - 0.0% - -
Total Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous $56,451,958 $63,264,331 $39,573,806 62.6% $34,924,527 13.3%
             
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $482,878,593 $511,044,746 $352,361,191 68.9% $336,342,876 4.8%
             
Cash Match (Mental Health/Mental Retardation/Substance Abuse,
Human Services, and Library and Transfers to the Special Revenue Fund)
$33,360,416 $51,453,962 $800,000 - - -
Transfer to Housing 1,715,904 1,651,705 984,692 59.6% 1,228,279 -19.8%
Transfer to Library 5,879,455 6,644,953 4,983,715 75.0% 4,702,994 6.0%
Transfer to DASH 8,178,196 8,028,000 6,021,000 75.0% 5,855,842 2.8%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS $532,012,564 $578,823,366 $365,150,598 63.1% $348,129,991 4.9%
             
Total Expenditures by Category            
Salaries and Benefits $181,704,996 $187,885,023 $140,870,276 75.0% $137,949,861 2.1%
Non Personnel (includes all school funds) 350,307,568 390,938,343 224,280,322 57.4% 210,180,130 6.7%
Total Expenditures $532,012,564 $578,823,366 $365,150,598 63.1% $348,129,991 4.9%




Notes

  1. Transportation and Environmental Services: Increased expenditures are primarily related to increased fuel costs and the ability to complete some paving and patching projects earlier in the fiscal year.
  2. Community and Human Services: Increased expenditures are the result of a significant increase in Comprehensive Services Act costs in the 3rd quarter, due to an increase in caseload.
  3. Health:  Increased expenditures reflect a timing difference in payments made to the Commonwealth of Virginia for contract health services.
  4. Debt Service: The increase reflects budgeted debt service for new bonds issued in June 2009 and June 2010. A portion of the interest cost ($1.2 million) is reimbursed from the federal government as part of the Build America Bonds program.
  5. Non- Departmental: Please note that General Fund expenditures do not include the costs for several emergencies.

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