Comparative Statement of Revenues -- June 2012

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FY 2012
FY 2012
FY 2012
THRU 6/30/12
% OF
FY 2011
THRU 6/30/11
General Property Taxes       
Real Property Taxes$312,641,695$321,991,875$324,999,992$323,292,510100.4%$311,176,1004%
Personal Property Taxes34,891,94434,600,00037,250,00037,413,753108.1%34,589,6628%
Penalties and Interest2,246,1861,870,0002,125,0001,960,057104.8%2,013,288-3%
Total Gen. Property Taxes$349,779,825$358,461,875$364,374,992$362,666,320101.2%$347,779,0504%
Other Local Taxes       
Local Sales and Use Tax$23,880,909$24,200,000$24,600,000$20,555,62584.9%$19,558,6025%
Consumer Utility Taxes10,812,98911,200,00010,800,0009,444,51584.3%9,893,464-5%1
Communication Sales and Use Tax11,259,53411,600,00011,100,0009,146,84278.9%9,544,896-4%2
Business License Taxes30,444,79831,825,00032,600,00030,865,15997.0%29,584,0264%
Transient Lodging Taxes11,245,20112,500,00011,800,00010,111,51180.9%10,130,6100%
Restaurant Meals Tax16,214,90016,300,00016,500,00014,507,47989.0%14,097,4523%
Tobacco Taxes2,777,0532,900,0002,700,0002,433,15183.9%2,521,246-3%
Motor Vehicle License Tax3,324,9373,200,0003,400,0003,346,455104.6%3,324,7391%
Real Estate Recordation3,668,6633,800,0004,800,0004,549,819119.7%3,346,08236%3
Admissions Tax1,082,6851,100,0001,100,000999,55890.9%956,2275%
Other Local Taxes3,547,6882,705,0003,335,2753,289,642121.6%3,384,951-3%
Total Other Local Taxes$118,259,357$121,330,000$122,735,275$109,249,75690.0%$106,342,2953%
Intergovernmental Revenues       
Revenue from the Federal Government$9,697,509$9,647,640$9,950,206$8,831,32091.5%$9,334,599-5%4
Personal Property Tax Relief from the Commonwealth23,578,53123,578,53123,578,53123,578,531100.0%23,578,5310%
Revenue from the Commonwealth20,452,56919,950,48520,222,48520,338,678101.9%19,635,9244%
Total Intergovernmental Revenues$53,728,609$53,176,656$53,751,222$52,748,52999.2%$52,549,0540%
Other Governmental Revenues And Transfers In       
Fines and Forfeitures$4,472,520$4,878,644$4,594,000$4,779,68298.0%$4,387,6429%
Licenses and Permits2,543,7892,049,9752,313,6502,373,238115.8%2,544,009-7%
Charges for City Services14,939,66814,709,30315,554,30316,874,492114.7%14,765,73914%5
Revenue from Use of Money & Property3,591,3233,570,0003,535,0003,970,471111.2%3,865,4613%
Other Revenue987,727762,000510,0001,176,816154.4%946,23624%6
Transfer from Other Funds1,446,7131,394,9031,666,9031,394,903100.0%-0%
Total Other Government Revenues$27,981,740$27,364,825$28,173,856$30,569,603111.7%$26,509,08715%
TOTAL REVENUE$549,749,531$560,333,356$569,035,345$555,234,20899.1%$533,179,4864%
Appropriated Fund Balance
General Fund
Appropriation of Refunding Bond Proceeds-73,454,82773,454,82773,454,8277 ---
Reappropriation of FY 2011
Encumbrances and Other
Supplemental Appropriations


  1. Consumer Utility Taxes: The decrease in these taxes is primarily due to the relatively mild winter.
  2. Communication Taxes: The decrease in these taxes is primarily attributable to a one time refund issued to a large wireless provider that collected taxes on data services for various wireless devices used by their customers. The total amount of the refund, including interest, was $12.9 million, and the City’s share was $0.3 million.
  3. Recordation Tax: The increase in this tax is primarily the result of the sale and refinancing of a few large commercial properties. Based on current collections, primarily for residential refinancings, staff projects collections will be approximately $4.8 million, an increase of $0.7 million above the previous projection.
  4. Revenue from Federal Government: The decrease in Federal revenue primarily represents the timing of payments for the Federal Prisoner Per Diem.
  5. Other Revenue: The increase in other revenue resulted from sale of surplus property.
  6. Charges for Service: The increase in charges for services is primarily the result of a budgeted increase in meter fees (to $1.75/hour) implemented with the installation of the new multi-space meters midway through FY 2011. In addition, planning permit fees also show increased activity for FY 2012.
  7. Appropriated Refunding Bond Proceeds:  In April, the City sold $63.6 million in refunding bonds used to refund part of Series 2001, 2004A, 2004C, and 2006A bonds. Net proceeds of $73.5 million reflected in the table were used to fund an escrow deposit to be used to pay the old bonds.

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