Comparative Statement of Expenditures -- May 2012

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*91.7% of Fiscal Year Completed
*90.421% of Payrolls Processed

FUNCTION FY2011
ACTUALS
FY2012
REVISED BUDGET
FY2012
EXPENDITURES
THRU 5/31/12

% OF
BUDGET
EXPENDED
FY 2011
EXPENDITURES
THRU 5/31/11
EXPENDITURES
% CHANGE
Legislative & Executive $5,076,332 $5,417,296 $4,757,295 87.8% $6,659,378 -29%
Judicial Administration $38,393,185 $39,976,309 $35,889,417 89.8% $35,135,941 2%
             
Staff Agencies            
Information Technology Services $7,181,221 $7,598,174 $6,479,973 85.3% $5,676,838 14%
Management & Budget $1,063,491 1,236,389 891,392 72.1% 962,666 -7%
Finance 9,872,634 11,558,875 8,922,751 77.2% 7,501,551 19%
Real Estate Assessment 1,470,112 1,674,469 1,430,214 85.4% 1,331,277 7%
Human Resources 2,820,166 2,996,676 2,545,355 84.9% 2,544,208 0%
Planning & Zoning 5,335,556 5,623,460 5,031,668 89.5% 4,826,299 4%
Economic Development Activities 3,719,232 4,721,167 4,639,050 98.3% 3,461,202 34%
City Attorney 2,325,670 2,652,088 2,208,440 83.3% 2,074,474 6%
Registrar 1,007,110 1,203,860 1,041,035 86.5% 947,157 10%
General Services 11,681,427 12,486,884 9,963,210 87.8% 10,405,172 5%
Total Staff Agencies $46,476,619 $51,752,042 $44,153,088 85.3% $39,730,844 11%
             
Operating Agencies            
Transportation & Environmental Services $27,532,364 $29,293,959 $26,182,997 89.4% $24,865,457 5%
Fire 35,892,427 35,164,700 33,776,778 96.1% 33,562,950 1%
Police 51,013,585 51,342,298 45,822,998 89.2% 47,658,695 -4%
Emergency Communications 1,842,911 5,945,007 5,672,029 95.4% - -
Code 843,814 923,364 720,536 78.0% 762,339 -5%
Transit Subsidies 8,094,839 8,564,122 7,114,808 83.1% 7,773,648 -8%
Community and Human Services 13,920,947 14,845,827 13,346,834 89.9% 11,650,127 15%1
Health 7,854,474 8,379,225 7,515,068 89.7% 7,500,735 0%
Historic Resources 2,560,919 2,824,565 2,605,016 92.2% 2,311,345 13%
Recreation 19,025,423 19,632,384 16,830,334 85.7% 17,146,027 -2%
Total Operating Agencies $168,581,703 $176,915,451 $159,587,399 90.2% $153,231,323 4%
             
Education            
Schools $167,886,567 $174,956,420 $125,192,701 71.6% $134,990,620 -7%
Other Educational Activities 12,229 12,288 12,288 100.0% 12,229 0%
Total Education $167,898,796 $174,968,708 $125,204,989 71.6% $135,002,849 -7%
             
Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous            
Capital, Debt Service, and Miscellaneous Debt Service $38,479,349 $116,892,906 $27,223,695 23.3% $21,185,348 28.5%2
Expenses on Refunding Bonds - - $759,800 - - -
Non-Departmental 12,427,609 13,408,749 9,905,6993 73.9% 9,853,602 0.5%
Cash Capital 5,545,000 4,915,986 5,084,249 103.4% 5,545,000 -8.3%
Contingent Reserves - 977,517 - 0.0% - -
Total Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous $56,451,958 $136,195,158 $42,973,443 31.6% $36,583,950 17.5%
             
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $482,878,593 $585,224,964 $412,565,631 70.5% $406,344,285 1.5%
             
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 - - - -
Transfer to Housing 1,715,904 2,238,807 2,496,327 111.5% 1,429,812 74.6%
Transfer to Library 5,879,455 6,644,953 5,535,246 83.3% 5,748,313 -3.7%
Transfer to DASH 8,178,196 8,028,000 7,361,676 91.7% 7,159,743 2.8%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS $532,012,564 $653,590,686 $427,958,880 65.5% $420,682,153 1.7%
             
Total Expenditures by Category            
Salaries and Benefits $181,704,996 $187,885,023 $170,061,700 90.5% $164,594,837 3.3%
Non Personnel (includes all school funds) 350,307,568 465,705,663 257,897,180 55.4% 256,087,316 0.7%
Total Expenditures $532,012,564 $653,590,686 $427,958,880 65.5% $420,682,153 1.7%




Notes

  1. Community and Human Services: Increased expenditures are the result of a significant increase in Comprehensive Services Act costs in the third quarter, due to an increase in the department’s caseload.
  2. Debt Service: The increase reflects budgeted debt service for new bonds issued in June 2010 and July 2011 and refunded bonds in April 2012. A portion of the interest cost ($1.2 million) is reimbursed from the federal government as part of the Build America Bonds program.
  3. Non-Departmental: General Fund expenditures do not include the costs for several emergencies.

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