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10-19-09 Town Council Packetoat SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT N0.1 AGENDA OCTOBER 19, 2009 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE— ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THEIR STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 3:30 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: RESOLUTION NO. 1, SERIES OF 2009 — AMENDING THE 2009 GID BUDGET Time: 5 Minutes) A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2008 BUDGET FOR THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and approve Resolution No.1, Series of 2009 Marianne Rakowski, GID Advisory Board Member Page 1 Tab A) Item No. 3: RESOLUTION NO. 2. SERIES OF 2009 — ADOPTING THE 2010 GID BUDGET Time: 5 Minutes) A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE 2010 BUDGET AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.1 ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and approve Resolution No. 2, Series of 2009 Marianne Rakowski, GID Advisory Board Member Page 5 Tab B) Item No. 4: APPROVAL OF GID MEETING MINUTES FOR: JUNE 1, 2009 AND JULY 20, 2009 Page 10 Tab C) Item No. 5: ADJOURNMENT SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING OCTOBER 19, 2009 10-19-09 TC Agenda Page 2 of 4 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 8, SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE BY ADDING SECTIONS 10-30, 10- 43, 10-44, 10-45, 10-46, 10-47, 10-141, 10-142 and 10-143 TO CHAPTER 10 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL GENERAL OFFENSES IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND AMENDING SECTIONS7- 90 AND 126 OF CHAPTER 7 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPLA CODE REGARDING ANIMAL REGULATIONS Time 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny Second reading of Ordinance No. 8 Series of 2009 Art Smythe ............................ Page 16 TAB D) Item No. 5: DISCUSSION WITH JAZZ ASPEN SNOWMASS — JIM HOROWITZ Time: 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discussion with Jim Horowitz regarding Labor Day Festival No Packet Information Item No. 6: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE 16, SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE CONSENTING TO THE IMPROVEMENT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY PURPOSES TO ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE TOWN BY THE COUNTY OF PITKIN Time: 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny, Ordinance No.16, Series of 2009 — consenting to the improvements for renewable energy Dylan Hoffman ...................... ....Page 22 TAB E) 10-19-09 TC Agenda Page 3 of 4 Item No. 7: RESOLUTION NO. 23, SERIES OF 2009 — APPROVING THE 2010 BUDGET A RESLOUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2010 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2010 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO THE VARIOUS FUND FOR THE 2010 BUDGET YEAR. Time: 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Resolution No. 24, Series of 2009. Marianne Rakowski ............... Page 25 TAB F) Item No. 8: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE N0. 12, SERIES OF 2009 — AMENDING THE 2009 BUDGET AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2009 BUDGET FOR ALL FUNDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Time: 10 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2009. Marianne Rakowski................ .Page 150 TAB G) Item No. 9: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 15, SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED BY THE SHORT TITLE 7-2009 REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE" Time 10 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny First Reading Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2009. Marianne Rakowski/Russ Forrest.........Page 152 (TAB H) Item No.10: RESOLUTION NO. 28, SERIES OF 2009 —TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ASPEN SCHOOL DISTRICT IGA/ EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT Time: 30 minutes) A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ESTABLISH A LAND USE REVIEW PROCESS REGARDING AN EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT PROPOSED BY THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny Resolution No. 28, Series of 2009 John Dresser/Russ Forrest ..... ....Page 202 TAB 1) 10-19-09 TC Agenda Page 4 of 4 Item No. 11: UPDATE ON BASE VILLAGE FINANCIAL SITUATION Time: 30 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Receive Input Dwayne Romero .................... No Packet Information Item No. 12: MANAGER'S REPORT Time: 10 minutes) Russell Forrest.......................... Page 219 TAB J) Item No. 13: AGENDA FOR NEXT TWO TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS Page 222 TAB K) Item No. 14: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: APRIL 20, 2009 AND JUNE 15, 2009 Page 225 TAB L) Item No. 15: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Page 241 TAB M) Item No. 16: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes (excluding items 1-3 and 15 -16) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. r/ 4 MEMORANDUM TO: General Improvement District Board of Directors FROM: Marianne Rakowsi, Finance Director DATE: October 19, 2009 SUBJECT: GID Resolution No. 1, Amending the 2009 budget and appropriating funds for the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1. I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and approve Resolution No. 1, Series of 2009. A Resolution amending the 2009 budget and appropriating funds for the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1, of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. 11. DISCUSSION ISSUES The 2009 budget (Attachment A) is revised to record a decrease in interest income and specific ownership revenues. The amended budget also decreases the operating and maintenance services to reflect lower costs for the snowmelting of Lower Carriageway/Wood Road. The change in fund balance with the above adjustments is an increase of$106,841. The GID advisory board unanimously approved the revised 2009 revised budget. 111. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS Adoption of Resolution No. 1, Series of 2009. SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.I TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. 1 SERIES OF 2009 A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE 2009 BUDGET FOR THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1, OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO. WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No.I has directed the General Improvement District No. 1 Advisory Board to prepare and submit a 2009 revised budget to the Board of Directors by December 31, 2009; and WHEREAS, the Advisory Board has submitted a 2009 revised budget to the Board of Directors on October 19, 2009; and WHEREAS, interest income and specific ownership revenues have decreased from budget and expenditures for snowmelting Lower Carriageway/Wood Road are lower than budgeted for 2009. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No.I of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Adoption That the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1 of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado 2009 budget be adjusted to the 2009 revised budget, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. Section Two: Appropriation That the 2009 revised budgeted revenue is hereby appropriated for expenditure during the 2009 budget year. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1 of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 19th day of October, 2009 with a motion made by seconded by The motion was approved by a vote of_in favor to_opposed. 09-01 SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 Bill Boineau, Chairperson ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Secretary GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BUDGET DETAIL- 2010- 2014 09 revised budget adjusted beg bal to show 2008 ending fund balance Beginning Fund Balance 270, 090. 01 S 397, 481 $ 486, 887 $ 492, 802 S 361, 606 f 267, 818 $ 176, 105 REVENUES 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Description Actual Budget Revised Budge Budne Budget Budget AXE Property Taxes- OperaOng S 335, 728. 60 $ 449, 146 $ 449, 329 $ 225, 826 $ 225, 826 $ 230, 343 $ 230, 343 Interest Income 10, 729. 26 $ 5. 00D S 2, 585 $ 5, 000 $ 2. 850 $ 1, 420 $ 50 Specific Ownership 14, 484. 60 S 21. 559 S 19, 313 $ 9, 711 $ 9. 711 $ 9, 905 $ 9, 905 Sub- Total S 360, 942. 46 S 475, 705 f 471, 227 $ 240, 537 $ 238, 387 $ 241, 668 $ 240, 298 TUtallRevenues l$1 360' 94214611fIIIIIIIIIIIII1 475r7051 1$ 47,7r 227/ 1$ X2401537 M$ 2381387A§ S 241F66SESi24012988 EXPENDITURES PURCHASED SERVICES AccounOng/ Administration 2, 550. 00 $ 2. 627 $ 2, 627 $ 2. 705 $ 2, 786 $ 2, 870 S 2, 956 Audit 3, 500. 00 $ 3. 605 $ 3, 605 $ 3, 713 $ 3, 825 $ 3, 939 $ 4, 057 Collection Fees- Prop Taxes ( 5% of prop taxes) $ 16, 795. 89 $ 22, 457 $ 22, 466 $ 11, 291 S 11, 291 $ 11, 517 $ 11, 517 Legal 3, 135. 00 $ 3. 090 $ 2, 500 $ 2, 575 S 2. 652 $ 2, 732 $ 2, 814 Sub- Total 25, 981 $ 31, 779 $ 31, 198 f 20, 285 S 20, 555 S 21, 058 $ 21, 345 OPERATING 8 MAINTENANCE Insurance 4, 176 $ 4, 176 $ 4, 593 $ 5, 052 $ 5, 558 S 6. 113 Sky Cab- operating costs 26, 319. 98 $ 225, 000 $ 237, 965 $ 150, 000 $ 1D0, 000 $ 90, 000 $ 70, 000 Snowmelting- Lower Carnageway/ Wood Rd 89, 844. 87 $ 226, 270 $ 193, 973 S 196, 855 $ 206, 567 $ 216, 765 $ 227, 473 Sub- Total 116, 165 $ 455, 446 $ 436, 114 S 351, 448 $ 311, 619 $ 312, 323 $ 303, 586 T617liE nditures 142514611$ 487i225=$ 467+ 31211Si37. 1 733=$ 1332W74M$ 5 333r38lM$ 324r9318 Ending Fund Balance 488, 886. 73 $ 385, 961. 32 $ 492, 802. 00 $ 361, 605. 63 $ 267, 818. 13 $ 176, 104. 86 S 91, 471. 58 2008 2009 20D9 2010 2011 2012 2013 YEAR- END Fund Balance Actual Buda sed Budge Budge Budget Budget RESERVE( 10% of Revenues) 36, 094. 25 $ 47, 570. 50 $ 47, 122. 70 S 24, 053. 65 $ 23, 838. 65 $ 24, 166. 77 $ 24. 029. 77 FUNDS AVAILABLE 452. 792. 48 $ 338. 390. 82 $ 445, 679. 30 $ 337, 551. 98 $ 243, 979. 47 $ 151, 938. 08 $ 67, 441. 80 TOTAL Year- end Fund Balance 488, 886. 73 S 385, 961. 32 f 492, 802. 00 $ 361, 605. 63 $ 267, 818. 13 $ 176, 104. 86 $ 91, 471. 58 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Assessed Values- Per Metro District 5/ 6108 17, 829, 606 24, 995, 972 $ 37, 908, 936 $ 40, 932, 143 $ 40, 932, 143 Mills- 211 a g 6 Property Tax Collection- 356, 592 149, 976 $ 227, 454 $ 245, 593 $ 245, 593 Actual Assessed Values- 22, 457, 660 37, 637, 670 increase 5, 662, 530 15, 180, 210 increase 33. 72% 67. 60% MEMORANDUM TO: General Improvement District Board of Directors FROM: Marianne Rakowsi, Finance Director DATE: October 19, 2009 SUBJECT: GID Resolution No. 2 Adopting the 2010 budget and appropriating funds for the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1. 1.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: A Resolution summarizing revenues and expenditures for the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1, of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, and adopting a budget and appropriating sums of money for the calendar year beginning on the first day of January, 2010 and ending on the last day of December, 2010. II. DISCUSSION ISSUES The 2010 budget (see attached) projects operating expenditures for legal, administration, audit, insurance, snowmelting and sky cab operating costs for a total budget amount of 371,733. These expenditures are supported by property taxes assessed on the General Improvement Districts area and year-end carryover. The fund balance for 2010 is projected to be $361,606 (See Attachment A). The mill levy for this district was 20 mills for 2007, 2008 and 2009. In 2010 and thereafter the budgeted mill levy is 6 mills in accordance with the approved ballot language. The amount budgeted for the Sky Cab operations in 2010 is $150,000, a decrease of 87,965 from 2009 revised budget. Is it Council's desire to continue with the same Winter after-ski sky cab hours as last season? The GID funded the following: January I" through April 12` from 4:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. The estimated cost for this service is 99,775. The GID advisory board unanimously approved the adoption and appropriation for the 2010 and further recommends that the Board of Directors discuss the Sky Cab summer operating hours in the Spring of 2010. III. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS Adoption of Resolution No. 2, Series of 2009. SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.1 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. 2 SERIES OF 2009 A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1, OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, AND ADOPTING A BUDGET AND APPROPRIATNG SUMS OF MONEY FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2010 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2010. WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No.t has directed the General Improvement District No. 1 Advisory Board to prepare and submit a proposed budget to the Board of Directors by December 31, 2009; and WHEREAS, the Advisory Board has submitted a 2010 proposed budget to the Board of Directors on October 19, 2009; and WHEREAS, projected expenditures have been budgeted with projected revenues and fund balance so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No.I of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Adoption That the 2010 budget be adopted, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. Section Two: Appropriation That the 2010 budgeted revenue is hereby appropriated for expenditure during the 2010 budget year. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Snowmass Village General Improvement District No. 1 of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 19th day of October, 2009 with a motion made by seconded by The motion was approved by a vote of_ in favor to_opposed. 09-02 SNOWMASS VILLAGE GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 Bill Boineau, Chairperson ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Secretary GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BUDGET DETAIL- 2010- 2014 09 revised budget adjusted beg bal to show 2008 ending fund balance Beginning Fund Balance 5 270, 090. 01 $ 397, 481 S 488, 887 $ 492, 802 S 361, 606 S 267, 818 S 176, 105 REVENUES 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Description Actual Budget Revisedsed BudoM Buda M Butloet Budget TAXES Property Taxes- Operating 335, 728. 60 $ 449, 146 S 449, 329 $ 225, 826 $ 225, 826 $ 230, 343 $ 230, 343 Interest Income 10, 729. 26 S 5, 000 S 2. 585 S 5, 000 $ 2, 850 $ 1, 420 $ 50 Speck Ownership 14, 484. 60 $ 21, 559 S 19, 313 $ 9, 711 $ 9, 711 $ 9. 905 $ 9, 905 Sub- Total S 360, 94246 $ 475, 705 $ 471, 227 $ 240, 537 $ 238, 387 $ 241, 668 $ 240, 298 T61allRevenues l$ X3601942! 461151111111111111 475r 7051IS Q, 422711$ X240' 537M$ 2381387M$ 241r668M$ 24012989 EXPENDITURES PURCHASED SERVICES Accounting/ Administration 2, 550. 00 $ 2, 627 $ 2, 627 $ 2, 705 $ 2, 786 $ 2, 870 $ 2, 956 Audit 3, 500. 00 $ 3, 605 S 3, 605 $ 3, 713 $ 3, 825 $ 3, 939 $ 4, 057 Collection Fees- Prop Taxes S% of prop taxes) $ 16. 795. 89 $ 22, 457 $ 22, 466 $ 11, 291 $ 11, 291 $ 11, 517 $ 11, 517 Legal 3, 135. 00 $ 3, 090 S 2, 500 $ 2, 575 $ 2, 652 S 2, 732 $ 2. 814 Sub- Total 25, 981 $ 31, 779 S 31, 198 $ 20, 285 $ 20, 555 $ 21, 058 S 21, 345 OPERATING d, MAINTENANCE Insurance 4, 176 S 4, 176 $ 4, 593 $ 5, 052 $ 5, 558 $ 6. 113 Sky Cab- operating costs 26, 319. 98 $ 225, 000 $ 237, 965 $ 150, 000 $ 100, 000 $ 90, 000 $ 70, 000 Snowmelting- Lower Carriageway/ Wood Rd 69, 844. 87 $ 226, 270 $ 193, 973 $ 196. 855 ,$ 206, 567 $ 216, 765 $ 227, 473 Sub- Total 116, 165 $ 455, 446 $ 436, 114 $ 351, 448 $ 311, 619 $ 312, 323 $ 303, 586 iTdtallEz nditures i1 42 514 61 1$ 487x225M$ 467H; 12115 37. P733USi332t174E$ 333r381M$ 32419312 Ending Fund Balance 488, 886. 73 $ 385, 961. 32 S 492, 802. 00 $ 361, 605. 63 S 267, 818. 13 $ 176, 104. 86 $ 91, 471. 58 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 YEAR- END Fund Balance Actual Bud a Revised Budget Budget Budget Budget RESERVE( 10% of Revenues) 36, 094. 25 $ 47, 570. 50 $ 47, 122. 70 S 24, 053. 65 $ 23, 838. 65 $ 24, 166. 77 $ 24, 029. 77 FUNDS AVAILABLE 452, 792. 48 $ 338, 390. 82 $ 445, 679. 30 S 337, 551. 98 $ 243, 979. 47 $ 151, 938. 08 S 67, 441. 80 TOTAL Year- end Fund Balance 488, 886. 73 $ 385, 961. 32 $ 492, 802. 00 S 361, 605. 63 S 267, 818. 13 $ 176, 104. 86 $ 91, 471. 58 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Assessed Values- Per Metro District 5/6/ 08 17, 829, 606 24, 995, 972 $ 37, 908. 936 $ 40, 932, 143 $ 40, 932, 143 Mills- 20 g a Property Tax Collection- 356, 592 149. 976 $ 227, 454 $ 245, 593 $ 245, 593 Actual Assessed Values- 22, 457, 460 37, 637. 670 increase 5, 662, 530 15, 180, 210 increase 33. 72% 67. 60% Sky Cab Operating Costs 2010 O erations Winter non-ski hours(Jan 1-April 111 Plus:1 hrlday Per hour rate Hours per day #of days Start uplshut down Total#of hours $139.74 Mon through Sun 4:00 p.m:10:00 p.m. 6 101 101 707 98,796 Summer(June 17-Sept 71 Saturdays only 11:00 a.m.-9:00 P.M. 0 0 0 0 0 Chili Pepper-Saturday 11:00 a.m:11:30 p.m. 0 0 0 0 0 Thursday concerts 9:00 p.m.-10:00 P.M. 0 0 0 0 0 Winter non-ski hours(Nov 25-Dec 311 Mon through Sun 4:00 p.m:9:00 p.m. 5 37 37 222 31.022 TOTALS 138 138 929 129,819 2010 Budget $ 150,000 Balance 20,181 Option Add Cost per day-Summer 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 10 1 1 11 1,537 2009 rate 135.67 3%increase 2010 rate 139.74 1 2 SNOWMASS VILLAGE 3 GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.1 4 AGENDA 5 JUNE 1, 2009 6 7 Board Member Boineau called to order the meeting of the Snowmass Village 8 General Improvement District No. 1 on Monday June 1, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. 9 10 Item No, 1 ROLL CALL 11 12 BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, 13 Markey Butler and Arnie Mordkin 14 15 BOARD MEMBER ABSENT:None 16 17 STAFF PRESENT: Russ Forrest, Town Manager; Hunt Walker, 18 Public Works Director; Marianne Rakowski, 19 Finance Director; Chris Conrad, Planning 20 Director, David Peckler, Transit Manager 21 22 PUBLIC PRESENT: Edgel Pyles, Joan Bemis, Marty Pickett, 23 James Light, Jeanie Woods, Randy Woods, 24 Hunt O'Hanian, Doug Casebeer, Robin 25 Riggs, Tom Yocum, Greg Woods and other 26 members of the Public interested in today's 27 Agenda items 28 29 Item No. 2: DISCUSSION OF THE GID FUNDING OF THE SKITTLES LIFT 30 RELATING TO THE HOURS OF OPERATION 31 32 At 6:32p.m. 33 Town Manager Russ Forrest explained the need for the Board of the GID to convene 34 to Executive Session to discuss new information regarding the running of the Skittles 35 this summer. 36 Mayor Bill Boineau made the motion to approve the GID convening into Executive 37 Session. Arnold Mordkin seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote 38 of 3 in favor to 0 opposed. 39 06-01-09 GID Page 2 of 3 40 Voting Aye: John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, and Markey Butler. 41 42 Voting Naye: None. 43 44 At 6:59 p.m. 45 46 The GID Board reconvened to the Regular Meeting. 47 At the May 18th, 2009 GID meeting, the GID directed staff to negotiate for a summer 48 easement from the Timbermilll Building's owner. Staff and the legal Counsel for the 49 property owner have had several discussions. the property owner is not willing at 50 this time to provide a permanent summer easement. The owner is willing to discuss 51 an agreement for summer usage in 2009. The property owner is willing to accept 52 $4,000 for a summer access agreement. The GID Board is not willing to accept this 53 offer and is asking staff and Counsel to keep negotiating. 54 Marketing Director Susan Hamley is requesting to run the skittles when Estate 55 Planning meeting is Thursday and Friday, June 11 and 12, 2009. They have an 56 opening reception from 6- 7:30 p.m. Thursday and a wine tasting from 5 - 6:30 p.m. 57 Friday. Given the current Skittles proposed start date of the 17th being a 58 Wednesday, staff is requesting to run the Skittles on Thursday and Friday, June 11 59 and 12, and then start for the summer on the following Friday which is the 19th, a 60 weekend versus mid-week. The GID Board denied this request. 61 Town Manager Russ Forrest explained that attachment A includes the budget and 62 future cash flow for the schedule approve by the Town Council that includes 63 operating seven days a week during the summertime period. The GID advisory 64 board has received preliminary information from the merchants in Base Village on 65 their days of operation. Related is attempting to confirm hours and days of 66 operations from their tenants but it appears most businesses will not be operating in 67 Monday and Tuesday's during the summer. The Advisory Board would like to 68 express the concern that the revenue projections for the GID most likely will not 69 improve in the next two years and the Skittles operations will have to be significantly 70 reduced in 2010 to maintain a balanced budget. In addition if gas prices increase the 71 operation of the Skittles will have to be further reduced to ensure there are adequate 72 resources available to pay for snowmelt operations on Lower Carriage Way. 2013 73 also projects a negative fund balance (no reserves). 74 Don Schuster a owner in the GID District and operator of Sneaky's and the Tree 75 house representing the Aspen Skiing Company stated he is in agreement with 76 operating the Skittles 7 days a week. 77 John Wilkinson made the motion to approve reconsider the usage to no days this 78 summer. Mayor Bill Boineau seconded the motion. 79 80 Voting Aye: None. 81 82 Voting Naye: None. 83 06-01-09 GID Page 3 of 3 84 At 7:18 p.m. 85 86 Markey Butler made the motion to adjourn The GID Board Meeting. Reed Lewis 87 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 88 opposed. 89 90 Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, Markey Butler, and 91 Arnold Mordkin. 92 93 Voting Naye: None. 94 95 Submitted by: 96 97 98 99 100 Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk I SNOWMASS VILLAGE 2 GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO.1 3 MINUTES 4 JULY 20, 2009 5 6 G.I.D. Board Member Bill Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of the 7 General Improvement District No. 1 at 4:00 P.M. 8 9 DISCUSSION ITEMS 10 I 1 Item No. 1: ROLL CALL 12 13 G.I.D BOARD MEMBERS Mayor Bill Boineau, Reed Lewis, and 14 Markey 15 PRESENT: Butler 16 17 G.I.D BOARD MEMBERS John Wilkinson and Arnold Mordkin 18 ABSENT: 19 20 STAFF PRESENT: Russ Forrest, Town Manager; Hunt 21 Walker, 22 Public works Director; David Peckler, 23 Transportation Director; Donna J. Garcia- 24 Spaulding, Deputy Town Clerk; Marianne 25 Rakowski, Finance Director; Doug 26 Goldfluss, I. T. Specialist; Beth Albert, Sr. 27 Marketing Manager; Chris Conrad, 28 Planning Director; Jim Wahlstrom, 29 Senior Planner; and Kiesha Techau, 30 Group Sales Coordinator 31 32 PUBLIC PRESENT:Michael Kaplan, David Perry, Steve 33 Sewell, Ann Larsen, Scott Stedman, 34 Steve Alldredge, Don Schuster, Bob 35 Kaufman, Dave Belleck, Randy Woods, 36 Patrick Rawley, Bryan Peterson, Jeanne 37 Woods, Regina de Wettr, Robert de 38 Wetter, Marsha Donell, Stan Clauson, S. 39 R. Mills, and other members of the public 40 interested in today's Agenda items. 41 42 Item No. 2: UPDATE ON SKITTLES USAGE 43 44 The Town Manager Russ Forrest provided a report showing ridership of the 45 skittles to date. He reported that staff conducted a survey relating to what 46 businesses are opened on Monday and Tuesday, with up-dates through last 47 Thursday, July 16, 2009. 48 07-20-09G.1.D. Minutes Page 2 of 3 49 The G.I.D. Board, staff and Forrest discussed the packet attachment, as well as 50 the G.I.D. Budget. Staff requested direction from Town Council regarding 51 whether to continue to run the skittles according to the current seven days per 52 week schedule for the summer season or reduce the days and/or hours for the 53 lift. 54 55 The Finance Director Marianne Rakowski and Mayor Boineau discussed the 56 costs involved in running the skittles per day and determined that if Mondays and 57 Tuesdays were cut out we would realize a cost savings of approximately 58 $17,000. 59 60 Council member Butler requested that staff investigate why Sneaky's Restaurant 61 is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Mayor Boineau stated approval of closing 62 on Mondays and Tuesdays, since the majority of businesses are closed on these 63 two days. Councilman Reed Lewis reported that he walked around the business 64 area on Monday and Tuesday and found that there was scarcely anyone around. 65 66 Keith Long of the Aspen Sports Store reported that he is closed Mondays and 67 Tuesdays due to the lack of guests on those days and that he is open on the 68 weekends. He stated that the shops cannot afford to be open if nobody is going 69 to be around. He suggested floating the Mondays and Tuesdays to save costs 70 and requested that staff let customers know what the hours of operation will be 71 with signage. Lastly, he requested that skittles run over the Labor Day weekend. 72 73 Aspen Skiing Company Representative Steve Sewell stated that they are opened 74 August 1st and 2nd and it is going to be a big mountain weekend with hiking and 75 biking; Sam's Knob Restaurant will be opened. The following weekend, the 76 mountain will open for the Blast the Mass event and they will only allow 77 hikers/foot traffic and Sam's Knob will be opened. Sewell reported that the 12- 78 hours of Snowmass is the event that happens the weekend after Labor Day, 79 which is an endurance race that benefits Aspen Buddy Program. 80 81 Council Member Butler requested that the Burlingame remain open during the 82 12-hours of Snowmass because this is the same weekend that the Oktoberfest 83 special event takes place. Sewell requested that the skittles definitely run this 84 weekend since it will be very busy. 85 86 After further discussion, Council Member Butler made a motion to close the 87 skittles on Mondays and Tuesdays and move that money to the weekend of the 88 12-hours of Snowmass for one day on Saturday and stay open for the Monday of 89 Labor Day weekend. The motion was seconded by Council Member Lewis. The 90 motion passed unanimously with 3 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Members 91 Mordkin and Wilkinson were absent. 92 07-20-09G.I.D. Minutes Page 3 of 3 93 Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, Reed Lewis and Markey Butler. 94 95 Voting Nay: None. 96 97 Item No. 3: ADJOURNMENT 98 99 There being no further discussion, Council Member Lewis made the motion to 100 adjourn the G.I.D. Meeting, seconded by Council Member Butler. The motion 101 passed unanimously with 3 in favor and 0 opposed. Council Members Mordkin 102 and Wilkinson were absent. 103 Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, Reed Lewis and Markey Butler. 104 105 Voting Nay: None. 106 107 Respectfully Submitted By: 108 109 Donna J. Garcia-Spaulding, CMC 110 Deputy Town Clerk 111 112 113 NOTE: Council took a 5-minute break and convened to the Regular 114 Town Council Meeting at 4:30 p.m. MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Art Smythe, Police Department DATE: Oct. 19, 2009 SUBJECT: Ordinance No. 8, Series of 2009 amending Chapter 10 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code regarding General Offenses and Chapter 7 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code regarding Animal Regulations I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: The Police Department is submitting these Municipal Code amendments and additions for second reading. II.BACKGROUND In conjunction a re-codification process being performed by the Town Clerk's Office, the Police Department recently conducted a review of the chapters in the Municipal Code that related to our area of operational responsibility. After completing this review, which included input from the officers, it was determined that some changes and additions to the chapters dealing with General Offenses and Animal Regulation would be appropriate and we are submitting these for approval. Adoption of this Ordinance will enhance the Code's compatibility with operational practices and allow for the local enforcement of certain offenses that are of local concern. III. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS Chapter 10 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, General Offenses and Chapter 7, of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, Animal Regulations. IV. DISCUSSION ITEMS/ CHANGES This Ordinance is being submitted for second reading. The language in Section 10-43 Assault Prohibited and Section 10-46 False Identification Prohibited, has been amended per Town Council direction. V. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS This Ordinance has been reviewed by the Town Attorney and staff recommends approval. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 08 SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE BY ADDING SECTIONS 10-30, 10-43, 10-44, 10-45, 10-46, 10-47, 10-141, 10-142 AND 10-143 TO CHAPTER 10 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING ADDITIONAL GENERAL OFFENSES IN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND AMENDING SECTIONS 7-90 AND 126 OF CHAPTER 7 OF THE SNOWMASS VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING ANIMAL REGULATIONS WHEREAS, The Town of Snowmass Village has enacted regulations regarding general offenses committed in the Town; and WHEREAS, The Town of Snowmass Village Police Department has recommended to the Town Council that additional general offenses be established; and WHEREAS, The establishment of such offenses will allow the local enforcement of certain offenses that are of local concern or are offenses and that are violations of the State of Colorado but are not violations of the Municipal Code; and WHEREAS, The Town Council finds the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, as follows: 1. That the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding the following Section to Chapter 10 General Offenses, Article II Offenses Relating to Streets and Public Places which Section shall read as follows: Sec. 10-30 Abandonment of Motor Vehicles Prohibited a) Any person who abandons any motor vehicle upon a street, roadway, right-of-way or any other public property or on private property without the expressed consent of the owner or person in lawful charge of such property commits the violation of abandonment of a motor vehicle. b) To abandon means to leave a thing with the intention not to retain possession of or assert ownership over it. It is prima facie evidence of the necessary intent that: 1 I. The motor vehicle has been left for more than seven (7) days unattended and unmoved; or 2. License plates or other identifying marks have been removed from the motor vehicle; or 3. The motor vehicle has been damaged or is deteriorated so extensively that it has value only for junk or salvage; or 4. The owner has been notified by the Police Department to remove the vehicle and it has not been removed with three (3) days after notification. 2. That the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding the following Sections to Chapter 10 General Offenses, Article III Offenses Against Public Peace, Order and Safety, which Sections shall read as follows: See. 10-43 Assault Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly or recklessly cause bodily injury to another person or with criminal negligence the person causes bodily injury to another person by means of a deadly weapon. Sec. 10-44 Trespass Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person without legal privilege to enter on or remain on the premises of another or refuse to remove himself or herself from the premises when requested to do so by the owner or person having lawful control thereof. Sec. 10-45 Theft Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to commit a theft. A person commits theft when he or she knowingly obtains or exercises control over a thing of value of another without authorization or by threat or deception, and: 1. Intends to deprive the other person permanently of the use or benefit of the thing of value; or 2. Knowingly uses, conceals or abandons the thing of value in such manner as to deprive the other person permanently of its use or benefit; or 3. Uses conceals or abandons the thing of value intending that such use, concealment or abandonment will deprive the other person permanently of its use or benefit; or 4. Demands any consideration to which he or she is not legally entitled as a condition of restoring the thing of value to the other person. b) For purposes of this Section, the value of the thing involved shall be less than five hundred dollars. 2 Sec.10-46 Criminal Mischief Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly damage the real or personal property of another person. b) For purposes of the Section, the aggregate damage to the real or personal property shall be less than one thousand dollars. Sec.10-47 False Identification Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to offer or use any document, card, license, or any evidence of identification of age of such person for the purpose of making sales or purchases, cashing checks, gaining admission to any place, or for any other purpose where such identification is false, fraudulent, incorrect, forged or altered, or misrepresents such person or his age, or does not belong to such person. b) It shall be unlawful for any person to provide any other person with any form of false identification which is to be used to misrepresent age or for any other unlawful purpose. Sec. 10-48 Urinating In Public Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to urinate in any public way or place that is open to or used by the public except rest rooms or toilets which are provided for this purpose. b) That the Snowmass Village Municipal Code is hereby be amended by adding the following Sections to Chapter 10 General Offenses, Article VIII Regulations Regarding Peddlers, Solicitors, Transient Merchants and the Posting of Handbills, which Sections shall read as follows: Sec. 10-141 Peddlers and Solicitors Prohibited From Going On To Private Residences; exemption. a) It shall be unlawful for solicitors, peddlers, hawkers and transient merchants to go in or upon private residences in the Town, not having been requested or invited to do so by the owner or occupant of such private residences, for the purpose of soliciting orders for the sale of goods, wares, services and merchandise, or for the purpose of selling or disposing of the same. 3 b) This section shall not be applicable to persons representing local schools, charitable, or civic enterprises. See. 10-142 Selling In Public Parks, Parking Lots and Rights of Way Prohibited; Exemption a) It shall be unlawful for a person to occupy any public street, sidewalk, path, right of way, park, or parking lot for the storage, display, or sale of goods, services, or merchandise. b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any activity for which a Temporary Use Permit, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 16 of this Code, has been issued. See. 10-143 Distribution and Posting of Handbills Prohibited; Exemption a) It shall be unlawful for any person to place or attach any handbill, sign, pamphlet, advertisement, or similar item to or upon any private or public property, building, structure, or vehicle without the expressed permission of the owner thereof. b) The provisions of this section shall not prohibit the installation of bulletin boards specifically designed for the placement of such notices upon private or public property with the consent of the owner thereof, c) That Sections 7-90 and 7-126, Chapter 7 Health, Sanitation and Animals, Article V Animals of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code are hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 7-90. Vicious animals. Vicious animals are prohibited. Upon issuance of a summons and complaint to the owner of a vicious animal, the vicious animal may be impounded as a public nuisance or the owner shall be ordered to confine the animal in a manner that protects public safety pending final disposition of the charge. Upon conviction of the owner, and the exhaustion of any right the owner has to appeal, the court may order that the owner's vicious animal be destroyed by lethal injection administered by a licensed veterinarian. Sec. 7-126. Dogs; exemptions from license. a) Dog licenses shall not be required if the owner resides less than fifteen (15) consecutive days in the Town and does not own real property in the Town, provided that a valid certificate of vaccination properly issued by the authorities in the regular place of residence of the owner, and a valid proof of licensing, exist for the dog. 4 b) An owner of a dog breeding operation licensed by the State of Colorado, shall not be required to obtain a dog license for each dog owned provided that a certification of vaccination for all of the dogs that are six (6) months of age and older is submitted to the Animal Control Department on an annual basis. d) If any provision of this Ordinance or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on First Reading on October 5, 2009 upon a motion by Council Member Mordkin, the second of Council Member Lewis, and upon a vote of five (5) in favor and none (0) opposed. READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village on Second Reading on October 19, 2009 upon a motion by Council Member the second of Council Member and upon a vote of_ in favor and opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 5 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Sustainability Committee Recommendation DATE: October 19, 2009 SUBJECT: ORDINANCE NO. 16, SERIES OF 2009 — CONSENTING TO THE IMPROVEMENT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY PURPOSES TO ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITHING THE TOWN BY THE COUNTY OF PITKIN I. PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Council is asked to conduct a First Reading of Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2009, consenting to the improvement for renewable energy and energy efficiency purposes to any residential or commercial property within the Town by the County of Pitkin. II.BACKGROUND The purpose of this Ordinance is to allow the Town of Snowmass Village to opt in to the local improvement district for the Energy Smart Loan Program. On September 1, 2009 the Pitkin Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution referring ballot measure 1A. The question to be posed to the voters on November 3, 2009 will be the authority for Pitkin County to issues bonds in the amount of $7 million to create the "Energy Smart Local Improvement District" arising under Section 20 of Article X of the State Constitution. If Referendum 1A passes, Pitkin County will create the Energy Smart Loan Program. This program will provide low interest loans to property owner to make energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements to their properties. The loans would then be repaid as a special assessment to the owner's property taxes. . This Ordinance allows the Town of Snowmass Village to opt in to this program, thereby making the loans available to the property owners within the Town's municipal boundary. IV Staff Recommendations: Approve, Modify or Deny First Reading of Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2009 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 16 SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO, CONSENTING TO THE IMPROVEMENT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY PURPOSES TO ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE TOWN BY THE COUNTY OF PITKIN. WHEREAS, pursuant to part 6 of article 20 of title 30, Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended (hereinafter the "Act"), Pitkin County has authorized a local improvement district for the purpose of encouraging, accommodating, and financing Energy Efficiency Improvements and Renewable Energy Improvements (both as defined in the Act); and WHEREAS, Pitkin County via the Pitkin County Energy Smart Local Improvement District (the "District") desires to encourage, accommodate and provide financing for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Improvements ("EE/RE") (the "Project") pursuant to the Act for the purpose of accomplishing the Project, including paying all costs necessary and incidental thereto; and WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, (the "Council") approved Resolution No. 26, Series of 2009 in support of "Referendum 1A" that creates the energy smart loan program and support from the Snowmass Sustainability Committee, and WHEREAS, this Council finds that giving such consent to allow such participation is in the best interests of the residents and property owners of the Town, the Council finds as follows: Section 1. The Town hereby consents, as provided in Section 30-20-603(1)(a), Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, to energy efficiency and renewable energy systems and improvements being installed upon any private property within the Town through Pitkin County's Energy Smart Local Improvement District, pursuant to the Act, in order that owners of properties located anywhere within the Town may voluntarily agree to participate in the District's program. Section 2. Any future consents that may be necessary or desirable for properties hereinafter included within the Town of Snowmass Village may be given by ordinance or resolution as this Council in its discretion determines. Section 3. The officers of the Town shall take such other steps or actions necessary or reasonably required to carry out the terms and intent of this Ordinance and Consent. Section 4. If any section, paragraph, clause, or provision of this Ordinance shall for any reason be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforceability of such section, paragraph, clause, or provision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this Ordinance. Section 5. All actions not inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance heretofore taken by the Council and the officers of the Town regarding this matter hereby are ratified, approved, and confirmed. Section 6. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect fifteen (15) days after approval at second reading. INTRODUCED, READ, AND APPROVED, as amended, on First Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 19'" day of October 2009, upon a motion made by Council Member and the second by Council Member upon a vote of_in favor and _opposed READ, APPROVED AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on this 2nd day of November 2009, upon a motion made by Council Member and the second by Council Member upon a vote of_ in favor and_opposed TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Russ Forrest, Town Manager Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director DATE: October 19, 2009 SUBJECT: Adopting and appropriating funds for the 2010 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village I.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review and approve Resolution No. 23, Series of 2009. A Resolution adopting and appropriating funds for the 2010 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village II. BACKGROUND Following the budget meeting on October 7, 2009, the following changes/adjustments were made to the 2010 proposed budget: A. General Fund Added $21,000 back to Health and Human Services Grants (leaving it at the 2009 funding level) Transfers in from the RETT Fund and the Road Fund were adjusted to reflect the changes in personnel costs Individual departments were adjusted to reflect the changes in personnel costs. FTA Grant funding and Highway Users revenues were increased to reflect updated numbers. B. Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Changes were made to increase the FTA grant revenues by $113,000 to reflect updated numbers and personnel changes are reflected in the transfer out numbers C. Road Fund Budget numbers reflect Scenario 42, thus leaving the Road mill levy unchanged from 2009. Transfer out numbers were adjusted to reflect reduced personnel costs. D. Excise Tax Fund Expenditures for Phase 2B were increased by $12,428 to account for higher tap and design fees. Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Council adopts the budget by resolution. This resolution adopts and appropriates funds for the 2010 budget. The Financial Advisory Board reviewed the budget on September 16, 2009 and recommends adoption of the 2010 budget. Below is a summary of all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village. Town of Snowmass Village All Funds - Budget Summary - 2010 Fund Beginning Balance Revenues Expenditures Transfers Other Ending Balance General Fund 5,680,993 $ 9,064,122 $ (12,585,839) $ 3,323,512 $ (61,000) $ 5,421,788 Debt Service Fund $24 $ 2,040,635 $ (2,040,635)24 Lottery Fund 55,371 $ 21,605 76,976 RETT Fund 3,138,337 $ 1,663,613 $ 849,459) $ (1,398,553) 2,553,938 Road Fund 561,858 $ 3,577,012 $ (1,600,945) $ (1,954,959) 582,966 Excise Tax Fund 3,659,299 $ 2,460,600 $ 1,500) 6,318,399 Marketing Fund 261,003 $ 3,067,097 $ (3,020,147)307,953 Group Sales Fund 318,449 $ 1,091,007 $ (1,207,733)201,723 CIP Fund 30,000) $30,000 Reop Fund Housing Fund 879,503 $ 1,243,260 $1,163,818) 52,497) $ 906,448 Mtn View I Fund 1,887,570 $1,001,160 $ 926,790) 5,450) $ 1,956,490 Mtn View II Fund $ 150,846 $ 245,415 $ 214,438)181,823 TOTAL Funds $ 16,793,253 $ 25,475,526 23,641,294) $ 118,947) $ 18,508,538 V. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FINDINGS Adoption of Resolution No. 23, Series of 2009. Note: A copy of the 2010 budget is available at the Town Clerks office. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 23 SERIES OF 2009 A RESOLUTION SUMMARIZING EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND ADOPTING A BUDGET FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 2010 AND ENDING ON THE LAST DAY OF DECEMBER, 2010 AND APPROPRIATING SUMS OF MONEY TO THE VARIOUS FUNDS FOR THE 2010 BUDGET YEAR. WHEREAS, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village has appointed Russell Forrest, Town Manager to prepare and submit a proposed budget to the Town Council by December 31, 2009; and WHEREAS, Russell Forrest, Town Manager has submitted a proposed 2010 budget to the Town Council on October 7, 2009; and WHEREAS, projected expenditures have been budgeted with projected revenues so that the budget remains in balance, as required by law; and WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village has made provision therein for revenues and fund balance in an amount equal to or greater than the total proposed expenditures as set forth in said budget; and WHEREAS, the 2010 Highway User Tax and County Road and Bridge Funds will be expended on road projects in the Public Works Road Division; and WHEREAS, upon due and proper notice, published and posted in accordance with the law, said revised and proposed budget was open for inspection by the public at the Town Clerk's office, a Public Hearing was held on October 19, 2009, and interested taxpayers were given the opportunity to file or register any objections to said revised and proposed budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: That the estimated expenditures for 2010 for each fund are as follows: General Fund 12,646,839 Housing Fund 1,216,315 Debt Service Fund 2,040,635 Mountain View Fund 932,240 Lottery Fund 0- Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 2,248,012 Road Mill Levy Fund 3,555,904 Mountain View Phase II Fund 214,438 Excise Tax Fund 1,500 09-23 Page 2 Marketing & Special Events Fund 3,020,147 Capital Improvement Fund 30,000 Group Sales Fund 1,207,733 REOP Fund 0- Total Fund Expenditures 27,113,763 Section Two: That the estimated revenues including carryover for each fund are as follows: General Fund 18,068,627.00 Housing Fund 2,122,763.00 Debt Service Fund 2,040,659.00 Mountain View Fund 2,888,730.00 Lottery Fund 76,976.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 4,801,950.00 Road Mill Levy Fund 4,138,870.00 Mountain View Phase II Fund 396,261.00 Excise Tax Fund 6,319,899.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund 3,328,100.00 Capital Improvement Fund 30,000.00 Group Sales Fund 1,409,456.00 REOP Fund 0- Total Fund Revenues 45,622,291.00 General Fund Carryover 5,680,993.00 Sources other than property tax 12,068,125.00 General Property Tax 319,509.00 Total General Fund 18,068,627.00 Housing Fund Carryover 879,503.00 Sources other than property tax 1,243,260.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Housing Fund 2,122,763.00 09-23 Page 3 Debt Service Fund Carryover 24.00 Sources other than property tax 0- General Property Tax 2,040,635.00 Total Debt Service Fund 2,040,659.00 Mountain View Fund Carryover 1,887,570.00 Sources other than property tax 1,001,160.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Mountain View Fund 2,888,730.00 Lottery Fund Carryover 55,371.00 Sources other than property tax 21,605.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Lottery Fund 76,976.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Carryover 3,138,337.00 Sources other than property tax 1,663,613.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund $ 4,801,950.00 Road Mill Levy Fund Carryover 561,858.00 Sources other than property tax 124,400.00 General Property Tax 3,452,612.00 Total Road Mill Levy fund 4,138,870.00 Mountain View Phase lI Fund Carryover 150,846.00 Sources other than property tax 245,415.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Mountain View Phase II Fund $ 396,261.00 09-23 Page 4 Excise Tax Fund Carryover 3,859,299.00 Sources other than property tax 2,460,600.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Excise Tax Fund 6,319,899.00 Marketing & Special Events Fund Carryover 261,003.00 Sources other than property tax 3,067,097.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 3,328,100.00 Capital Improvement Fund Carryover 0- Sources other than property tax 30,000.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Capital Improvement Fund 30,000.00 Group Sales Fund Carryover 318,449.00 Sources other than property tax 1,091,007.00 General Property Tax 0- Total Group Sales Fund 1,409,456.00 REOP Fund Carryover 0- Sources other than property tax 0- General Property Tax 0- Total REOP Fund 0- 09-23 Page 5 Section Two: That the following sums are hereby appropriated from the revenue of each fund, to each fund, for the purposes stated: General Fund Operating Expenditures 11,915,235.00 Capital Expenditures 731,604.00 Capital Reserves 453,445.00 Emergency Contingency 291,562.00 General Reserve 4,676,781.00 Total General Fund 18,068,627.00 Housing Authority Fund Operating Expenditures 612,818.00 Debt Service 551,000.00 Capital Expenditures 52,497.00 Bond Reserve 300,000.00 Capital Reserve 236,750.00 Unappropriated Reserve 369,698.00 Total Housing Fund 2,122,763.00 Debt Service Fund Debt Service 2,035,635.00 Debt Service Reserve 24.00 Operating Expenditures 0- Total Debt Service Fund 2,040,659.00 Mountain View Fund Operating Expenditures 375,430.00 Debt Service 551,360.00 Capital Expenditures 5,450.00 Bond Reserve 528,000.00 Capital Reserve 452,441.00 Unappropriated Reserve 976,049.00 Total Mountain View Fund 2,888,730.00 09-23 Page 6 Lottery Fund Operating Expenditures 0- Capital Expenditures 0- Unappropriated Reserve 76,976.00 Total Lottery Fund 76,976.00 Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund Operating Expenditures 2,218,012.00 Capital Expenditures 30,000.00 Undesignated Reserve 238,709.00 General Reserve 1,775,000.00 Capital Equipment Reserve 540,229.00 Total Real Estate Transfer Tax Fund 4,801,950.00 Road Mill Levy Fund Operating Expenditures 2,049,011.00 Capital Expenditures 1,506,893.00 Undesignated Reserve 582,966.00 Total Road Mill Levy Fund 4,138,870.00 Mountain View Phase 11 Fund Operating Expenditures 63,733.00 Capital Expenditures 0- Debt Service 150,705.00 Capital Reserve 81,837.00 Unappropriated Reserve 99,986.00 Total Mountain View Phase 11 Fund 396,261.00 Excise Tax Fund Operating Expenditures 1,500.00 Capital Expenditures 0- Unappropriated Reserve 6,318,399.00 Total Excise Tax Fund 6,319,899.00 09-23 Page 7 Marketing & Special Events Fund Operating Expendtiures 3,020,147.00 10% Reserve 306,710.00 Unappropriated Reserve 1,243.00 Total Marketing & Special Events Fund $ 3,328,100.00 Capital Improvement Fund Operating Expenditures 0- Capital Expenditures 30,000.00 Capital Improvement Fund 30,000.00 Group Sales Fund Operating Expenditures 1,207,733.00 10% Reserve 109,101.00 Unappropriated Reserve 92,622.00 Group Sales Fund 1,409,456.00 REOP Fund Operating Expendtiures 0- Unappropriated Reserve 0- Total REOP Fund $ 0- Section Four: Direction 1. That the 2010 Town of Snowmass Village Budget be adopted, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 19th day of October, 2009 with a motion made by seconded by The motion was approved by a vote of_ in favor to opposed. 09-23 Page 8 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon, Town Clerk Memo To:Town Council Through: Hunt Walker From Andy Wodine, Parks 8 Recreation Director CC: Date: 10/12/2009 Re:Recreation Town Council Budget Questions The following are responses to the questions asked by Town Council at their budget meeting on 10/7/09: 1. Tennis Court Fees - Currently the Recreation Department does charge for tennis court reservations. If a guest would like to reserve a court at a specific time, we charge the individual $15.00 to reserve the court time. However, if the courts are not reserved, they are available on a first come first serve basis. 2. Recreation Center, 7:00am opening - The cost savings of opening at 7:00am would be 5,070.00 per year. 3. Fee Increase -With the current economics of the valley, we concluded that a membership fee increase was not a good decision at this time. We feel that a Non- Resident fee decrease will increase revenue and reduce the subsidy to the community. 4. Concession Fee Increase —After the recommendation from Council last week, we have increased fees on the concession items we currently sell at the Recreation Center. 5. Non-Resident Subsidy—The current subsidy per household is $245. $121,765 of the 499,986 total subsidy is the non-resident portion. 1 v; oo 008 TOWN OF SN0WMA55 VILLAGE Go GENERAL FUND - BUDGET SUMMARY a 4°D$ Nose: Mua4 vmimcs fgares are mfw k r W N 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2017 20rt BUDGET SVMMA$ IY ACTUAL BUDGET RM5ED Voelaw D VW0, c4 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING CARRYOVER S 4. 73D918. 56 S 5, 994, 261. 56 S 5, 994, 261. 56 f 000 $ 5680, 992. 56 $ ( 3132b90) $ 5, 421, 787. 56 $ 5, 079. 21156 $ 5, 045. 766. 56 $ 5, 129, 34556 OPERATING REVENUES S 14332, 749. 13 $ 12641, 08500 I 123% 53700 S ( 334, 54800) $ 12, 207, 63100 $ ( 98, 903. 00) $ 11, 942900. 0 $ 12107, 12800 $ 12. 014, 18200 $ 12, 428, 223 0 Cougar CasryoMt.-- d, I. Hall poy t, S %, 0000 $ 90900 UO $ 180, 00000 $ 9000000 S 180. 000. 0 S 9D. 00. 0 $ 90. 00000 $ 9) 00 00 Base Vlq- Per FIA- Operosm9 Revenue! S 202, 83800 $ E ( 202. 83800) S S S Base Vlg- Per FIA- OMrmlrg Expend S ( 152, 692. 00) $ 152, 69200 $ OPERATING EXPENOITIRFS 12943b91. 03) $ ( 13, 067, 29990) $ ( 12, 615, 31800) $ 451, 981. 00 $ ( 12, 585, 83900) $ 29, 47900 $ ( 12424, 57600) $ ( 12, 280, 57300) $ ( 12, 070. 60300) $ ( 12, 555, 26400) Nn Ops , av Revs/ Eq S1. 489, 058. 10 It ( 2861068, 00) $ ( 278. 781. om $ 67. 28700 S ( 198, 205. 00) $ 20576. 00 E ( 702. 576. 00) It ( 87." 5. 00) S 77, 529. 00 S ( 37. 041. 00) Cq iral Owlay Netopowh Rev Eq-. In. Cynd s1, 09. 055. 10 $ ( 2". 363. 00) s ( 218. 73100) $ 67. 28700 S ( 195. 203. 0) S 20, 57600 s ( 702. 576, 00) S ( 87," 5. 00) s 73, 579. 00 s ( 37. m, om TOWN HALL IMPACTS TOWN HALL- ADDITIONAL COSTS To Hall- Trmsf4 O ( design) 252, 640. 91 Ta Hall- A.V. casts/ moving cWs7FFE 166, 328. 34) $ ( 25, 00000) $ ( 25. 000.( 0) $ 25, 00000 ONE- TIME REVENUES ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 6 CONSTRUCTN MIT 491.% 767) S ( 159, 486. 00) S ( 159. 4880) $ It ( 61, 00. 00) $ 9848800 $ ( 40. 0000) $ ( 40. 000. 00) $ ( 40000. 0) $ ( 40, 000. 0) Cmym Canyon 190, 0D090 $ 90000. 00 $ 90. 00000 I 90. 000. 0) $ 9D. a0D90 $ 9090090 $ 90900. 00 NET REVENUIVEXPENDITURES 225, 655, 1) $ ( 94488. 00) it ( 94, 488. 0) I 61. 000. 0) $ 33, 4880 $ ( 40. 0009) $ 50. 000. 00 $ 50, 00090 $ 50. 000. 00 ENDING CARRYOVER 5, 994. 261.% S 5, 613, 705. 56 $ 500, 99256 $ 67287. 0 $ 5421, 787. 56 $ ( 259, 205. 0) $ 5, 079. 211. 56 $ 5, 05. 76656 S 5, 12934556 $ 5, 142304% BVDGET APPROPRIATIONS 2003 x009 2009 2009 to 2010 2011 2012 M13 2074 mid, nRMSan REVISED Varlmae PROPOSED YOH., PROPOSE n PROPOSE PROPOSE Q PROPOSE DESI6NATIO WkESERVES:INVENTORY 134, 393. 20 $ 130, 000 $ I090. 0 $ 130, 0090 $ 130. 00. 0 $ 130. 0000 $ 130. 000 00 $ 130, 00. 0 PREPAID EXPENSES 65, 361, 32 $ 50. 000 $ 50, 00. 0 $ 50, 0000 $ 50. 00. 0 $ 50. 00. 0 $ 50. 00. 0 $ - 50000. 0 EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY S 34065328 E 291. 55200 S 29156200 $ 291, 5620 $ 291562. 0 S 291562. 0 S 291, 562. 0 $ 291, 5620 CAPITAL EQUIP RESERVE f 399, 78600 $ 473, 2440 3 453," 50 $ ( 19. 799. 0) $ 453." 30 $ 453, 4450 $ 453, 4450 S 4534450 $ 453, 4450 TOWN HAIL COP{ OU6AR CANYON S 540, 000. 0 $ 630, 00. 0 $ 63000. 0 $ 630, 00. 0 $ 630, 00. 0 $ 720. 00. 0 S 810, 00. 0 S 9000. 0 COMP PLAN RESERVE 3 61, 4880 $ f f TOWN HALL RESERVE 250000 $ S CONTIN6ENC/- 15% OF OPERATING REV 2, 149, 912. 37 $ 1. 940, 088. 45 $ 1, 859, 480. 55 $ ( 80, 607. 90) $ 1958, 145. 10 $ ( 1, 33545) S 1, 818, 30. 0 $ 1, 829, 569. 20 $ 1, 815627. 30 $ 1, 877, 73345 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS: 3, 716594. 17 $ 3, 514, 894. 45 S 3. 411, 487. 55 $ ( 10, 40690) $ 3, 413, 152. 10 $ ( 1, 33545) $ 3, 373, 3070 $ 3474, 57620 $ 3, 550, 634, 30 $ 3, 702, 740. 45 FUNDS AVAILABLE: 2277, 667. 39 $ 2, 098, 811. 11 $ 2, 26650511 $ 167. 693% $ 2008, 63546 $ ( 257, 869. 55) $ 1. 705. 90456 $ 1. 571, 19036 $ 1, 578, 711. 26 $ 1439, 5011 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 6 FUNDS AVAILABLE 5, 994, 261. 56 $ 5, 613, 705.% $ 5, 688992. 56 $ 67, 2870 $ 5, 421, 78756 $ ( 259, 205. 0) $ 5, 079, 211. 56 $ 5, 045. 766. 56 $ 5, 129, 34536 $ 5. 14230456 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 06: 22: 48 BUDGHf PREPARATION WORWHERT PAGE L PROGRAM 0 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCO@TCING PERIOD 09/ 2009 SAO 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 3014 ! 0 N a 2008 2009 REVIS® 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED 07 0 ACLOIINT I2IMBER ACLOIRII OECRI PITON AC BWET BE ... VARACE••• BUIX' ET BUDGET 6EET UET 0O O GEt1ERN PLAID Nnl N TAKES A 001- 0000- 300. 01- 01 PROPERTY TAPS 304, 124- 119, 509- 319, 509- 0 89, 509- D 320. 000- 320, 000- 320, 000- 320, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 02 SPECIFIC OWIlERS11IP 227. 963- 222, 697- 222, 697- 0 222, 697- 0 225. 000- 225, 000- 225, 000- 225, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 03 COMM SALES TAX 2, 638, 777- 2. 160. 732- 2, 077, 856- 82, 836- 2, 077, 896- 0 2. 119, 459- 2, 183, 038- 2. 248, 529- 2, 315, 985- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 04 TOWN SALES TAE 1, 391, 205- 1, 163, 643- 1, 131, 316- 32, 327- 1, 131, 316- 0 1. 153, 943- 111881561- 1. 224, 218- 1, 260, 944- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 05 FRAI4CBISE/ O PATION TAK 504, 686- 477, 987- 409, 626- 11, 639 503, 895- 1,, 269 521. 511- 539. 785- 550. 678- 518, 231- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 06 DELIIIQ= M TAKES- INTEREST 319- 15- 15- 0 15- 0 15- 15- 15- 15- REVENUE 5, 067, 674- 4, 344, 503- 4, 241, 059- 103, 524- 4, 255, 328- 14, 269 4, 339. 941- 4, 456. 399- 4, 576. 440- 4, 700, 175- TAKES 5, 067. 674- 4, 344. 583- 4, 241, 059- 103. 524- 4, 255, 328- 14, 269 4, 339. 943- 4, 456, 399- 4. 576. 44D- 4, 700. 175- IIIITRGOVElUME1Tt' AL REV6= 001- 0000- 300. 02- 01 CIGAREITH TM 20, 432- 19, 499- 18. 259- 1, 240- 18, 259- 0 18. 442- 18, 442- 18. 442- 18, 442- 001- 0000- 100. 02- 02 ADDITIONAL MVSO 11, 174- 12. 087- 12, 881- 0 12, 857- 0 12, 887- 12, 887- 12, 887- 12, 887- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 03 HIGHWAY USEEB TAX 99. 129- 96. 569- 103, 469- 6, 900 114, 641- 11, 172 114. 641- 114, 641- 114, 641- 114, 641- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 04 COM2 ROAD 6 BRIDGE 35, 541- 35. 816- 35, 816- 0 35, 816- 0 35, 816- 35, 816- 35, 816- 35, 816- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 05 SCATS GRANT- DUL M$ MRCEME 0 51000- 5, 000- 0 1, 500- 1. 500- 3, 500- 0 31500- 3, 500- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 12 RTA SERVICE COJCE 385, 365- 317, 000- 317, OOD- 0 317, 000- 0 326. 510- 336, 305- 346, 394- 356, 786- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 15 FTA- 5311 RURAL OPR GFIOTP 129, 107- 163. 000- 163, 000- D 184, 000- 21, 000 172, 900- 178, 100- 103, 400 188, 900- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 21 VALE GRAIN' 3, 389- 3. 400- 3, 400- 0 3, 400- 0 31400- 3. 400- 3, 400- 3, 400- 001- 0000- 300. 02- 26 BULLETPROOF VEST GFA11T 11109- O D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 685. 246- 653, 171- 658. 031- 51660 689, 503- 30, 672 688, 096- 699, 591- 718, 480- 734, 372- INTERfAV8RIA21JCAL REVENUE 605, 246- 653. 171- 658. 831- 5, 660 689, 503- 30, 672 688, 096- 699, 591- 718. 480- i34. 372- LICENSES/ PERMITS 001- 0000- 300. 03- 01 LIQUOR LICENSE 12. 083- 12. 513- 10, 223- 2. 290- 10, 262- 39 10, 487- 13. 337- 13. 787- 14, 237- 001- 0000- 100. 03- 02 BUSINESS/ SALES TAX LICENS 61, 050- 53, 125- 67, 778- 14, 653 73. 215- 5. 457 74, 105- 74, 955- 75, 380- 76, 230- 001- 0000- 300. 03- 04 B1 / COITCAACTOR LICEISES 26. 020- 25, 000- 18. 000- 7, 000- 18. 000- 0 15, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 03- 05 BUILDLVG PERMITS 1, 167. 342- 309. 927- 410. 000- 100, 073 257, 400- 152, 600- 159, 900- 140, 000- 140, 000- 140, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 03- 06 ELBCIRICAL PERMITS 177, 702- 70. 000- 15. 000- 55, 000- 40. 000- 25, 000 20, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 03- 08 Ajgp TAGS 525- 610- 610- 0 600- 10- 600- 600- 600- 600- 001- 0000- 300. 01- 09 ALARM PERMITS 20. 509- 21. 00D- 21, 000- 0 21, 000- 0 21, 000- 21, 000- 21, 000- 21, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 03- 10 ROAD CUI PERMITS 3, 800- 31OOD- 1, 200- 1, 800- 11500- 300 1, 500- 11500- 11500- 1, 500- REVENUE 1, 469, 031- 495, 175- 543. 811- 48, 636 421, 997- 121, 814- 301, 692- 278, 392- 279, 267- 280, 567- LICENSES/ PERMITS 1, 469, 031- 495. 175- 543. 811- 40, 636 421, 997- 121, 819- 301, 692- 278, 392- 279, 267- 280, 567- C GE3 MR SERVICES 001- 0000- 300. 04- 01 COURT PEES 460- 500- SDO- 0 400- 100- 400- 400- 400- 400- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 02 PLAMIING DEPT FEES 201, 924- 250, 000- 175, 000- 75, 000- 125, 000- 501000- 125, 000- 115, 000- 125. 000- 125, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 03 BLDG PLAN CHECK FEES 602, 924- 319, 009- 266, 000- 53, 009- 167, 310- 98, 690- 103, 000- 89, 000- 89. 000- 89, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 05 TRRNS/ PARKING REVENUE PEE 302, 592- 250. 000- 275. 000- 25, 000 275, 000- 0 302, 000- 302, 000- 332. 500- 332, 500- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 06 SPECIAL BUS RIMS 71, 581- 58. 500- 77, 000- 18, 500 85, 500- 8. 500 85, 500- 85. 500- 103, 027- L03, 027- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 07 PUBLIC 110RRS MISC 24. 363- 7, 000- 8. 500- 1, 500 81000- 500- 8. 000- 81000- 81000- 8, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 09 RECREATION PEES 49, 977- 46. 350- 75, 000- 28, 650 75, 000- D 75, 000- 75, 000- 75, 000- 75, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 11 SECURITY SERVICES PERFORM 27. 108- 20. 000- 28. 000- 0 28, 000- 0 28, 000- 28, 000- 28. 000- 28, 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 12 SOLID WASTE PEES 611500- 23. 000- 23, 000- 0 23, 000- 0 23. 000- 23. 000- 23. 000- 23, 000- 001- 0000- 30D. 04- 13 SOLID WASTE HOMEOWNER PEE 180, 256- 254, 000- 251, 941- 2, 059- 251. 991- 0 251, 941- 251, 941- 251, 9,1- 251, 941- 001- 0000- 300. 04- 14 REAR UIND ACC0LEM FEES 349, 313- 419, 025- 428, 753- 9. 728 428, 753- 0 428. 751- 428, 79- 428, 753- 428, 753- PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 22: 48 BUDGET PREPAFATION WORKSHEET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTn2G PEIfI00 09/ 3009 vp0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Imo y a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROIOSED PROPOSED 09 ACCOW" IND1B0t ACCOMM DESCRIPTION ACPIW, BUDGET BtAXPTI - VARIADL - BBDGEF •. rVARIANCgr•• Bf1DfiET BUOCEP BUDGET BUCGEI Q 001- 0000- 300, 04- 15 CURBSIDE ACCOUNT FEES 54. 425- 55, 006- 66. 702- 11, 696 66, 702- 0 66, 702- 66, 702- 66. 102- 66. 702- N 001- 0000- 300, 04- 16 ROLL OFF ACCO@TP FEES 97, 593- 135, 232- 97, 241- 37, 991- 97, 241- 0 97, 241- 97, 241- 97, 241- 97, 241- 0 001- 0000- 300, 04- 1] SOLID WASTE- FUEL SURCRARG 85, 408- 39, 548- 0 39, 548- 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 04- 10 AEU NEW REGISTRATIONS 415- 11000- 400- 600- 400- 0 400- 400- 400- 200- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 21 COUSIDO- A PARE FEES 1, 400- 515- eDQ- 205 1, 200- 400 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 238- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 22 ROUSING- ADMIIRS] 3tATION PE 21, 851- 33, 388- 22, 280- 0 22, 957- 669 23, 645- 24, 355- 25, 085- 25, 838- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 35 SAIOIER CHARGE 5. 005- 31500- 31500- 0 3, 500- 0 3, 500- 3, 500- 3, 500- 3. 500- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 36 OVERWEIGHT V ICLE CHARGE 5. 150- 4, 000- 5. 750- 1. 750 4, 000- 1, 750- 4, 000- 41000- 4, 000- 4, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 37 ATTORNEY PEES 118. 828- 56. 275- 56. 275- 0 40, 000- 16, 275- 43. 000- 46, 000- 49, 000- 52. 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 30 POOL 6 REC LTR MEEBEFSSIP 354, 017- 296. 640- 296, 640- 0 325, 000- 28, 360 325. 000- 325. 000- 325, 000- 325. 000- 001- 0000- 300. 04. 40 REC CTR CLAESEE/ TRAINER 69, 856- 41, 715- 70, 000- 28. 285 75. 000- 5. 000 15, 000- 75, 000- 75. 000- 15, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 45 MARKETING- SPECIA3. EVENTS 20, 505- 22, 66D- 22, 660- 0 22, 660- 0 22, 660- 22, 660- 22, 660- 22, 660- 001- 0000- 300, 04- 48 E% TEPNAI. SHOP LABOR O 0 8, 826- 8, 826 8, 826- 0 8, 826- 8, 826- 81826- 8, 826- REVENUE 2, 706. 051- 2, 333,] 63- 2, 259,]] 6- 3, 98]- 2, 135, 390- 124, 386- 21101, 168- 210911478- 2, 143, 235- 211461988- CHARGES FOR SERVICES 2, 706, 051- 2, 333, 763- 2, 259,]] 6- 73, 987- 2, 135. 390- 124, 386- 2. 101, 768- 2, 091, 478- 2. 143, 235- 2, 146, 988- PINES ANO FORFEITS 001- 0000- 300, 05- 01 MOVING VIOLATIONS 4, 260- 3, 500- 1, 930- 1, 500- 3, 400- 1, 470 3, 400- 3, 400- 3, 400- 3, 400- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 02 PARKING VIOLATIOIIS 66. 323- 46.] 50- 34, 097- 12, 653- 47, 000- 12, 903 47, 000- 47, 000- 47, 000- 47, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 04 ANIMAL FUMS 5. 385- 11400- 150- 1, 250- 1, 200- 1. 050 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 05 COURT PITIES 1, 215- 11500- 11500- O 11200- 300- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 05- 06 MISC PINES 2, L00- 3, 000- 3, 000- 0 2, 500- 500- 2, 500- 2, 500- 2, 500- 2, 500- REVENUE 79, 203- 56, 150- 40, 600- 15, 473- 55. 300- 14, 623 55, 300- 55, 300- 55, 300- 55, 300- PINES AND FORFEITS 79, 283- 56, 150- 40, 677- 15, 473- 55. 300- 14, 623 55, 300- 55, 300- 55, 300- 55, 300- CONTRIBUTIONS 001- 0000- 300, 06- 02 SKI CORD CONIRIBUTIONS 933, 020- 774, 152- 889, 742- 115, 590 907, 537- 1],] 95 939. 300- 972, 176- 1, 006. 202- 1, 041, 419- 001- 0000- 300, 06- 05 ANIMAL WITCROL- gOOPfLONS 25- 100- 100- 0 50- 50- 50- 50- 50- 50- 001- 0000- 300, 06- 40 SLY CRS COMM EIDIA[ K:g FUND 85, 642- 78, 735- 88. 619- 9, 904 91. 791- 3, 102 94, 952- 98, 275- 101, 715- 105, 375- 001- 0000- 3D0. 06- 51 COVGAR CAI3YO N 180. 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 06- 54 EOTC- COMP PLAN 3],] 19- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 1, 236, 406-. 852, 987- 978. 481- 125, 494 999, 328- 20, 847 1, 034, 302- 1, 070. 501- 1, 10], 96]- 1, 146. 744- CONTRIBUTIOITS 1, 236. 406- 852, 987- 998, 481- 125, 494 999, 328- 20, 847 1. 034, 302- 1, 070, 501- 1, 107, 967- 1, 146, 744- MSSCELLAIIEOU3 001- 0000- 300, 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 106, 450- 135, 000- 53. 640- 81, 360- 55, 000- 11360 56, 650- 58, 350- 60, 100- 61, 903- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 02 PENALTY & INTEREST 16, 296- 2, 200- 2, 200- 0 2, 200- 0 2, 200- 2, 200- 2, 200- 2, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MISCELIANEOUS IDCOME 39. 042- 40. 744- 51, 250- 10, 506 43,] 00- 7, 550- 45, 811- 46, 361- 47, 752- 49, 185- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 06 MISC. POLICE REVENUE 5, 423- 4, 200- 4, 200- 0 4, 200- 0 4, 200- 4, 200- 4, 200- 4, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 00 TRAIiSMITTER SITE PEES 35, 043- 35. 040- 35. 040- 0 35, 040- 0 35, 040- 35. 040- 35, 040- 35, 040- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 08 RENT . EMPLOYEE E, USIE, 9. 366- 9. 647- 9. 647- 0 9, 937- 290 10. 205- 10, 480- 10. 763- 11. 054- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 09 EMPIATBE HOUSING RESERVE 1. 200- 1, 200- 1. 200- 0 1, 200- 0 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 10 ACCTS PAYABLE- WRTI- B OFFS 3. 861- 0 8, 334- 8. 334 0 0. 334- 0 0 0 0 001- 0000- 300, 07- 41 CC 860 1EEITYAL INCOME 19, 817- 20, 412- 20. 412- 0 21, 024- 612 21, 655- 22, 304- 22, 973- 23, 663- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 74 RENT PROCESSING FEE 2, 100- 1, 550- 21350- 600 2, 500- 150 2, 625- 2, 750- 2, 800- 2,8]5- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 82' RODEO COVMISSIONS 0 10, 000- 10. 000- 0 10, 000- 0 10, 000- 10, 000- 10, 000- 10, 000- 001- 0000- 300, 07- 89 RECREATION = CONCESSION 20. 508- 19, 800- 191000- 0 22, 000- 2, 200 22, 000- 22, 000- 22, 000- 22, 000- 001- 0000- 300: 07- 91 RENT- TOWN HALL 74, 647- 1221316- 121. 593- 723- L19, 275- 2, 318- 120. 155- 120, 328- 121, 186- 122, 707- PRIIPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 22: 48 BBIDGeT PRRPARATION 41pRRSNESI PAGE 3 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACYWIIN' B1G PpfIOD 09/ 2009 d A Q 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 IA a 2008 3005 ReVLS® 2009 PROPoSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPoSBO PROPOSED PROPo.^+[ D 40 O ACCOIIM' NUMBER ACCOBIif OESIXI P' IZOII ALTUAI, BVIX. EI BUOCET ••• VAAIAIR.- E••. BDIX' ET • e• VAAIANCB••• BODGflT BUIX' fiT BUDGET 8UCG61' p 4D O M N N REVENUE 333, 953- 402, 109- 339, 666- 62, 443- J 13. 590- 331, 941- 335, 213- 340, 214- - 46, 020- W Ism I- HCOUS 133. 953- 402, 109- 339, 666- 62. 443- 326, 096- 13, 590- 331, 941- 335, 213- 340, 214- 346', 029- ISPERS FROM OTHER Fu= 001- 0000- 300, 08- 04 T SPER ID REST MM 1. 192, 514- 1, 529. 916- 1, 563, 509- 33, 991 1, 368, 553- 194, 954- 1, 223, 945- 1, 240. 640- 1, 255. 369- 1, 210, 718- 001- 0000- 300, 08- 06 TRANSP IN- ROAD mm 1. 947, 930- 11969. 931- 1, 699, 229- 292, 702- 1. 954, 959- 299, 730 1, 864, 213- 1, 898. 314- 1, 536, 612- 1, 745, 932- 001- 0000- 300, 00- 23 TRANSFERS IN- CAP PRp. 9ECT5 252. 641- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RRV& 3. 173, 085- 3, 499. 647- 3, 240, 936- 258, 911- 3, 323, 512- 82, 796 3, 089. 950- 3. 118, 954- 2, 791, 979- 3, 016. 650- TRA1MF PROM dIHER PfAI0 3, 173, 005- 3, 499, 647- 3, 240, 936- 258, 911- 3, 323, 512- 82, 776 3, 089, 958- 3. 118, 954- 2, 791, 979- 3. 016, 650- O MM PIIW= 11G SOURCPS 001- 0000- 300, 09- 01 PALSB AIAW@- BUPGLAEY PE8 150- 500- 500- 0 300- 200- 300- 350- 350- 400. 001- 0000- 300, 09- 02 FALSE AIJfP14S- PIKE PEPS 350- 31000- 3, 000- 0 900- 2. 100- 900- 950- 950- 1. 000. REYE92U8 500- 3. 500- 3. 500- 0 1, 200- 2, 300- 1, 200- 1. 300- 1, 300- 1, 400. OI' RER PIIWICUG S .. CPS 500- 3, 500- 3, 500- 0 1, 200- 2, 300- 1, 200- 1, 300- 11300- 1, 400- SALR OP ASSETS 001- 0000- 300, 10- 01 SALE OF ASE - POLICE 11, 611- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RnV 11, 611- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SALE OF ASSETS 11, 611- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENURS 14, 962, 840- 12, 641, 085- 12, 306, 537- 334, 548- 12, 209, 634- 98, 903- 11, 942, 000- 12, 107, 128- 12, 014, 182- 12, 428, 223- REV@ s 14, 962, 840- 12, 641, 085- 12. 306, 537- 334, 548- 12, 209. 634- 98, 903- 11, 942, 000- 12, 109, 128- 12, 014, 182- 12, 428, 223- GENERAL POND 14, 762, 840- 12, 641, 085- 12, 306, 537- 334, 548- 12, 207. 634- 90, 903- 11, 942, 000- 12, 107, 128- 12, 014, 182- 12, 428. 223- I ___-.-- ------ _..-----. GENERAL FUND 14, 762, 840- 1216411085- 12. 306, 539- 334, 548- 12, 207, 634- 98, 903- 11, 942, 000- 12. 107, 128- 12, 014, 182- 12, 428, 223- GENERAL FUND 14, 762, 840- 12, 641, 085- 12, 306, 537- 334, 548- 12. 209, 634- 98, 903- 11, 942, 000- 12. 107, 128- 12, 014, 182- 12, 428, 223- PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUlY3EF PREPARATION 4 P3U^ EEEI PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM603L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCON m PERIOD 09/ 2009 p0 3009 3010 2011 2012 2017 2014 ip d 2008 3009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PP. OPoSED PROPOSED PROPoSBD PROPo9E0 O 0O ACCONII' NM RR ACCOIINI' DESCRIPTI0I1- ACTUAL BUDGET V= IX ••• VARLANCE• • UU RT ••• VARIA[ iCR••• BUIX BNDGZI BU RT B Cf N b Imp O_ GEIIRIGL mw A N 1pkRl MW IL A TOMN COUNCIL EEPmW= RES ATR MR PEES PEASOIWXL SERVICES 001- 0100- 403. 01- 01 PAYROLL 107, 656 118. 815 117. 103 1, 712 116. 478 625 116, 478 116,. 98 116. 418 116, 408 001- 0100- 403. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEIIEFIT4 29. 338 32. 912 32. 594 318 36. 007 3, 413- 37, 165 38, 936 40, 760 42, 639 001- 0100- 403. 01- 10 TP VIPG/ REGIS TIONS 75 1. 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 11000 1, 000 1, 000 11000 001- 0100- 403. 01- 12 TRAVEL 605 11000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 MPENDITURE 137, 674 153, 727 151, 697 2, 030 154, 405 2, 788- 155. 643 157, 414 159, 238 161. 117 PERSONNEL SERVICES 137, 674 153. 727 151. 697 2. 030 154, 485 2, 788- 155, 643 157, 414 159, 238 161, 117 PURCR m SERVICES 001- 0100- 403. 02- 35 LEGAL PEES/ SPECIAL COIPISL 33, 038 11, 000 11. 000 0 11, 000 0 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 11. 000 EEPEIMITURE 23, 038 11, 000 11, 000 0 11, 000 0 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 11, 000 I- ------------ PURCI M SERVICES 23. 038 11, 000 11, 000 0 11, 000 0 11, 000 11, 000 11. 000 11. 000 OPERATD* 6 XA[ NIBIWiCR 001- 0100- 403. 04- 06 IX . MR1. 10ERSBIPS, BUBSCRPN 0 500 250 250 500 250- 500 500 500 500 REPENDITURB 0 500 250 250 500 250- 500 500 500 500 OPBRATIIIG . RA11= 1 OICE 0 500 250 250 500 250- 500 500 500 500 ATIORNEY FEES 160, 712 165, 227 162, 947 2, 260 165, 985 3. 038- 167, 143 168, 914 170, 738 172, 617 PREPARED 10109109, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION MOP. ILST@ET PAGE 2 PROGRAM Q 601L MR FISCAL VEAR 2010 ACCONLPING PERIOD 09/ 2009 N N 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 d 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPo w 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACGYJLRTP IILMER ACGOM" DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUD(' E.T •• VARW4CE••• BUDGET ..• VARWICE••• BUWEf BOIX' ET BIWr7r BITGET 0 1D< D N IVM1 CWltCIL r L) N PER90MIEL SERVLCF A 001- 0100- 405. 01- 01 PAYROLL 62, 100 68, 400 68, 400 0 68. 400 0 68. 400 68, 400 68. 400 68, 400 001- 0100- 405. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 4, 925 51363 51253 130 5. 253 0 51253 5. 253 5, 253 5, 253 00L- 0100- 405. 01- L0 TRAZNLIiGJREGISTRATI0305 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 S00 S00 001- 0100- 405. 01- 12 I VEL 171 11500 L, 500 0 1. 500 0 11500 1. 500 1, 500 1, 500 ESPEIIDI' M1E 67, 196 75. 163 75. 653 110 75. 653 0 95. 653 05, 653 75, 653 75, 653 PERSOMMI, SERVICES 67, 196 75, 763 75, 653 110 75, 653 0 75. 653 75, 653 75, 653 75, 653 PIIRLTL M SERVICES 001- 0100- 405. 02- 08 COMSULTA 520 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0100- 405. 02- 14 COIL CT SERVICES 77, 061 84, 950 81, 200 3, 750 81, 200 0 81, 200 81, 200 81, 200 81. 200 001- 0100- 405. 02- 43 TEL. EPROI) E 1, 172 11000 11000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 1, 000 11000 001- 0100- 905. 02- 70 PUBLIC RELATIONS 10, 119 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EIPEIB3ITURE 88, 932 66, 050 82. 300 31750 82, 300 0 82, 300 82, 300 82. 300 82, 300 PMLCIN. SED SERVICES 88, 932 86. 050 82. 300 3, 750 82, 300 O 82, 300 82, 300 82, 300 82, 300 OPERATING s MAIINTNANCE 001- 0100- 405. 04- 06 DUES. MFNBER9IIP. SUBSCRPTli 11, 515 13, 750 L1. 500 3. 750- 17, 500 0 17, 500 17, 500 17, 500 171500 001- 0100- 405. 04- 12 MISCELLAUEOUS 5. 360 2, 000 2, 000 D 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 EXPEM) ITURE 20, 875 15. 750 19, 500 31750- 19, 500 0 19, 500 19, 500 19, 500 19. 500 OPERATING 6 MAINC@4RNC8 20. 675 15, 750 19, 500 31750- 19, 500 0 19, 500 1915DO 19, 500 19, 500 10MN COMICIL 171, 003 177. 563 177, 453 210 177, 453 0 177, 453 177, 453 177, 453 177, 453 PASPARED 10) 09j 09. 08: 19: 52 HVLGST 4REPFRA' RON YRIAASNE¢ f PAGE ] PROGRAM G 601L MR FISCAL VLAR 2010 ACC0 PERIOD 00/ 2009 b m O m a n zoos zolo zola 2012 2013 2014 c 2008 2009 REVISED 2005 PROPOSID 2010 PROPOSED PROP0 FP. O405EH PROPOSED J O O ARVIRSP tRl M AC wm OESCRIPTIOR ACITIAL BUCLEI' BUq' FP ••• VARI E— BOOGSI •.. VARIAIi ... BiIIX HOCGgt BUCGHT BVf%' E'1' 4C O GRAIlI' 96 OONA' ITOtiS j W N GRAIlIS 6 EONAT2019$ 0 001- 0100- 406. 05- 02 DONATIONS- GRNERA3. 10, 012 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0100- 406. 05- 20 CDI JITE PICNIC 7, 041 6, 500 6, 500 0 0 6. 500 0 0 0 0 S PH ITORE 17, 853 6. 500 61500 0 0 61500 0 0 0 0 GRANTS G MIATIONS 17, 853 6. 500 61500 0 0 6. 500 0 0 0 0 GRAITPS L DOIWTIONS 17, 853 6, 500 6. 500 0 0 6. 500 0 0 0 0 BEPENDITIELEB 355. 568 349, 290 346. 900 2, 390 343. 438 3, 462 344, 596 346, 369 348. 191 350, 070 I--- TORN COUNCIL 355, 568 349. 290 346, 900 2, 390 343, 438 3, 462 344, 596 346, 367 348, 191 350, 070 1V9Ri COUNCIL 155, 568 349, 290 346, 900 2. 390 343. 438 3. 462 344, 596 346, 367 348, 191 350, 070 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 80DGET PREVA TI0111gRA500E' f FME 4 PROGRAM ( 601L R FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACC911 Iln PERIOD 09/ 2009 o m0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m 0 c 2008 2009 REVLSPD 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED P" MSED PROPOSED PROPOSED 0 O ACCONR 131001ER ACCODNP= E IPT1021 ACTIQ• L BUMET B[ RIGEI' ••• vARWKR••• BUIX' ET +•• vARIU2CE••• BI RT BD EM BDD' vET SO ET 0l IOIPN MNIAGER W N TOMI MA2IAGER A EEPENDIWRES ADMINIS TION PER TVML SERVICES 001- 0200- 407. 01- 01 PAYROLL 259, 326 285, 365 233, 066 52, 299 122, 833 105, 233 76. 724 06, 724 96, 724 76, 724 001- 0200- 402. 01- 08 P4YROLL- OVERTIME 589 210 326 116- 210 116 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 402. 01- 09 PAYROLL- EENEPITS 105, 084 119, 81L 102, 916 16, 895 60. 346 42. 520 43. 294 50, 235 56, 869 63. 702 001- 0200- 407. 01- 30 TRAIUINO/ R8OISPRATIONS 345 160 500 340- 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0200- 402. 01- 12 TRAVEL 573 11000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 500 500 500 500 EEPRNDIT x 365. 917 406, 546 337, 808 68, 738 189, 889 147. 919 121. 518 122, 959 134, 593 141. 426 PER OTRL SERVICES 365. 912 406, 546 337, 808 68, 738 189. 889 147, 919 121. 518 127, 959 134, 593 141, 426 PUR0] 1ASED SEP- VICCS 001- 0200- 407. 02- 14 Ob2REAC1' SERVICE 5, 163 0 10, 000 10, ODO- 0 10, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 402. 02- 43 TELEPEONH 2, 370 11500 2, 450 950- 11500 950 11500 11500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0200- 402. 02- 76 EOVLO EE RELATIONS 8. 347 8, 945 91000 55- 9, 000 0 91000 9, 000 91000 9, 000 EEPEMITURE 15, 880 10. 445 21, 450 11, 005- 10, 500 10, 950 10. 500 10, 500 10, 500 10. 500 PLAI E ED SERVICES 15, 880 10, 445 21, 450 11, 005- 10, 500 10, 950 10, 500 10, 500 10, 500 10, 500 OPERATING F MAlNT CE 001- 0200- 402. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 592 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 402. 04- 06 DUPS, N¢ hBERSSIP9. SUB5CRPN 2, 725 1, 500 1, 500 0 2, 000 SOD- 2, 000 21000 21000 2, 000 001- 02DO- 407. 04- 12 MISCELLNaEWS 2, 897 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0200- 402. 04- 15 PP. 19G 40 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 407. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 129 500 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 402. 04- 50 PUELIC RELATIONS 620 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E PENDI7VRE 8. 053 2. 100 1, 600 500 2, 100 500- 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 OPERA? L1G 6 NART2' HWICE 8, 053 2. 100 1, 600 500 2, 100 500- 2. 100 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 ADMINIS TION 389, 850 419. 091 360, 658 58, 233 202, 489 158, 369 134, 118 140, 559 147, 193 154, 026 PRRPAR® 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUD PREPARATIOII i RE HB PAGB 5 PROGRAM G11601L MR FISCAL YG 2010 ACCUBi U' PERIOD 09/ 2009 A O d m 2D09 3010 2011 2012 3013 2034 b N d 2008 2009 REVISBD 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ACWU2> F 1N M A Ulm DESCRIPTIOlI A BllD(' `•• VARW=... 80DG. -- VARIARCE•'• BDDGBT BUDGET BDDGB BLDG D w w ADVISORY BOARDS wN N J PURC1L156D smvl ES p 001- 0200- 409. 02- 14 COVERAGE SRRVICB 3. 452 1. 100 1, 701 601 11100 601 11100 1, 100 11100 1, 100 BEPERDITURB 3. 452 1. 100 11701 601- 1. 100 601 1, 100 1, 100 11100 1. 100 PURCRASBD SFRVICBS 3. 452 11100 1, 701 601- 1. 100 601 1. 100 1, 100 11100 1, 100 OPERATIRG 6N IT1 uwms 001- 0200- 409. 04- 12 MISCELLANEWS 170 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 BRPEROI77RtE 170 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 OPB TI12G I MAItTEB CB 170 SOD 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 ADVISORY BOARDS 3, 622 11600 2, 201 601- 11600 601 1, 600 1. 600 1, 600 1, 600 BRPWOITURES 393. 472 420. 691 363. 059 57, 632 204, 089 158, 970 135. 718 142, 159 148, 793 155, 626 c J PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 HIR] GET PREPARATIOII NORXSHEET PAGE 6 PROGRIW ( 01L FOR FISCAL YPAR 2010 ACCWR UVG PERIOD 09/ 2009 vm0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m N d 20DS 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED 01 O ACCOUIiI' NlL m ACCOUITP DESCRIFTION ACI' IIAL BUDGSI a= GET ••• VARLVICE`•• BUWBT `+• VARIA1iC8'•• BIIIWBT BUDGET BUPOET BUDGED p w fO O N 8XP8NDI' NEES W N 001 41TY RELATIONS PERSONNEL SERVICES A 001- 0200- 411. 01- 01 PAYROLL 74, 595 79, 896 67, 195 12, 661 78, 306 11, 111- 98, 306 78, 306 78. 306 78, 306 001- 0200- 411. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTI. Z 1, 728 800 1, D99 299- 0 11099 0 0 0 0 O01- 0200- 411. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 28, 953 32, 172 34. 518 2, 346- 44, 597 10, 079- 44, 597 44, 597 44, 597 44, 597 001- 020D- 411. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 425 35 35 0 35 0 35 35 35 0 001- 0200- 411. 01- 12 TRAVEL 279 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPEIDITURE 105, 980 112, 883 102, 047 10, 036 122, 938 20, 091- 122, 938 122, 938 122, 938 122, 903 PERSONDIEL SERVICES 105, 980 112, 883 1D2, 847 10, 036 122, 938 20, 091- 122, 938 122, 938 122, 938 122, 903 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0200- 411. 02- 14 COIR CT SERVICE 28, 535 15. 000 15. 000 0 15. 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15. 000 15, 000 001- 0200- 411. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 28. 535 15, 250 15. 250 0 15, 250 0 15, 250 15, 250 15. 250 15. 250 PURCHASED SERVICES 28, 535 15, 250 15. 250 0 15, 250 0 15, 250 15, 250 15. 250 15, 250 OPERATING 6 MAINf03AI2CE 001- 0200- 411. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 14, 589 71500 13, OOD 5. 500- 7, 500 51500 7, 500 71500 7, 500 7, 500 001- 0200- 411. 04- 07 EQVIPMENI 289 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0200- 411. 04- 12 NISCELL MOUS 993 0 0 0 500 500- 500 500 500 500 001- 0200- 411, 04- 15 PRINTING 41560 10. 000 31500 6, 500 9, 000 5. 500- 9. 000 9, 000 9, 000 9. 000 001- 0200- 411. 04- 28 OFFICE SUPPLIES 56 L0O 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPENDITURE 20. 495 17, 600 16, 600 1. 000 17, 100 500- 17, 100 17, 100 17. 100 17, 100 BPERATIIG 4 MAIMENANCE 20, 495 17. 600 16, 600 11000 17, 100 500- 17. 100 17, 100 17, 100 17, 100 COIR 177 REIATIONS 1551010 145, 733 134, 697 11, 036 155, 208 20. 591- 155, 288 155. 288 155, 288 155, 253 EXPENDITURES 155, 010 145. 733 134, 697 11, 036 155, 208 20, 591- 155, 288 155, 288 155, 288 155, 253 TOWN MANAGER 548, 482 566. 424 497, 756 60, 668 359, 377 138, 379 291, 006 297, 447 304, 081 310, 879 TOWN MANAGE¢ 548, 482 5661424 497, 156 68, 668 359, 377 138, 379 291, 006 297, 447 304, OB1 310, 879 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PRBPAR CI, WOE KffP PMTS ) PROGRAM GM601L FOR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 0912009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 0 2014 m 0m 2008 2009 REVIS® 2009 PROPOSED 3010 PROPOSED PROPoSED PROPOSES, PROPOSED O ACNUl t] UM8O2 ACCOUS D85CRIPTION BUDGET m O BUDGE BUDGBI N 2 BUDGET BUCGEI r O O TOY TI CLHRR r p 4D O N ONN GLERE E% PENDIT xs GBNEML A 111ISIRATION A PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0300- 414. 01- 01 PAYROLL 3), 6)2 36, 04) 26, 203 9, 844 34, 819 001- 0300- 414. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 328 0 0 8, 616- 34, 819 39, 819 34, 819 34, 819 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEIEPITS 11. 699 6, 586 7, 516 930- 14, 945 7, 429- 14, 945 14; 945 14. 945 14, 945 001- 0300- 914. 01- 10 TRAINIIIG/ REDISTMTIONS 99 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 01- 12 TRAVEL 92 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ESPEIMITURE 50, 865 42, 633 33. 719 B. 914 49, 764 16. 045- 49, 764 49. 764 49, 764 49. 064 PEISOIO) 8L SERVICES 50. 865 42, 633 33, 719 8. 914 49, 764 16. 045- 49, 764 49, 764 49. 764 49, 764 PURCHA w SERVICES 001- 0300- 414. 02- 03 BUILDING- CIE IM 43. 067 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 02- 04 BUILDING- MAI14TEiANCR 1), 104 34, 200 28, 900 51300 34, 200 5, 300- 34, 200 34, 200 34, 200 34, 200 001- 0100- 414. 02- 14 CON CT SERVICE 4, 627 7, 5D0 3. 850 3, 650 31850 0 3. 850 3, 850 31850 3, 850 001- 0300- 414. 02- 27 EQUIP/ m IIS AGP 0 1, 230 1, 230 0 1, 230 0 1, 230 1. 230 1. 230 1, 230 001- 0300- 414. 02- 28 EQUIP/ MAINE AGREEMIn/ COPY 13. 042 8, 050 8. 050 0 8, 050 0 8. 050 8. 050 8, 050 81050 001- 0300- 4L4- 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 427 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 02- 39 POSTAGE 15, 979 16, 128 16, 000 120 16. 000 0 16. 000 16, 000 16, 000 16. 000 001- 0300- 414. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 96. 643 101, 846 101. 846 0 101. 846 0 101, 846 101, 846 101, 846 101, 046 001- 0300- 414. 02- 44 == IES 54. 508 110, 716 65, 000 45,) 16 50, 000 15, 000 52. 500 55. 125 57, 881 60,)) 5 001- 0100- 414. 02- 63 BOARDS/(? JM1I59ION5 DINIIER 5, 952 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 001- 0300- 414. 02- 64 HOLIDAY PARTY 12, 648 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 02- 76 E. NPWYEE RRLATIONS 8. 628 2, 930 2, 920 10 3, 355 435- 3, 975 91500 5. 735 5, 765 001- 0100- 414. 02- 77 EQUIP MNPN AGRHEHI / PAE 0 594 594 0 594 0 594 594 594 594 001- 0300- 414. 02- 79 LEASED RQUIPMEIS 19. 010 17, 705 1),) 05 0 17, 705 0 17, 705 1),) 05 17. 705 17, 705 EXPENDITURE 291, 715 300, 899 246, 095 54, 004 236, 830 9, 265 239. 950 248, 100 247, 091 250, 015 PURCHASED SERVICES 291, 715 300, 899 246, 095 54, 804 236, 830 9, 265 239. 950 248, 100 247, 091 250, 015 OPERATING 6 MAIN IkNCE 001- 0300- 414. D4- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENPS 360. 674 661. 425 681, 425 0 683. 225 1, 800- 684. 425 680, 025 680. 225 604, 825 001- 0300- 414. 04- 06 0UES, MEMEERSHIPS, S, SSMR 85 165 165 0 165 0 165 165 165 165 001- 0300- 414. 04- 07 EQUIPMES 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 04- 09 INSURANCE 43. 396 53. 813 53, 694 119 59, 061 5. 369- 59. 063 59, 063 59. 063 59. 063 001- 0300- 414. 04- 12 MISCBLI TEOUS 14, 214 6. 474 6. 474 0 6, 474 0 6. 474 6. 474 6. 474 6. 474 001- 0300- 414. 04- 15 PRIIMLIn 1, 713 51000 5. 000 0 5, 000 0 5. 000 5, 000 5. 000 5, 000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 24 SUPPIIES- NPFEg 1, 813 100 125 25- 0 125 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 414. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OPPICH 8, 209 3, 000 4, 000 1, 000- 3. 000 1, 000 3, 000 3, 000 3. 000 31000 001- 0300- 414. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 7, 924 14, 731 1. 182 7, 549 7, 541 359- 7. 918 8, 319 8, 739 9, 167 001- 0300- 414. 04- 37 VEHICLE INSURANCE 369 269 253 16 278 25- 269 269 269 269 001- 0300- 414. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 4, 803 3, 800 4. 725 925- 4, 725 0 3, 800 4, 725 4, 725 4. 725 001- 0300- 414. 04- 39 VEHICLE LABOR 0 0 6. 850 6, 850- 6, 850 0 6. 050 6, 050 6. 850 6, 850 001- 0300- 414. 04- 98 CONTRA ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 6. 850- 6, 850 6, 850- 0 61850- 6, 850- 61850- 6, 850- EXPENOL7URE 441, 150 768, 777 763. 043 5, 714 169, 471 6, 420- 770. 114 767, 035 ) 6), 651 772, 688 OPRRATING 6M EITI' LIWICE 443, 150 768, 777 763, 043 5. 734 769, 471 6. 428- 770. 114 767, 035 767. 651 7)2, 688 PREPARED 10/ 09( 09. 08: 19: 52 BlR] GHT 4R4PARATIdO 910AH5% EffP PAGH B PROQNM f 601L MR PIBGL YHAR 2010 ACY ING PHRI00 09/ 2009 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ( p N d 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 40. 040580 40. 040540 40. 040% 430 PR0P09HD 0 O ACCOUIif Ill m ACGDIB71' OESQtIPIION ACTIAI. BOIX' HT NUIX' 4'I ••• VARIANCE•`• BVDGET ••• VARIANC4••• BBO BDO( BOLGHT 80OIiE' 1' N 1p b GPLTAL N DO1- 0300- 414. 06- OS CASE PtHl601SaS 4, 121 0 1, 600 1, 600- 12. 300 10, 700- 28, SB7 53, 272 22, 400 D A H PRNDITORH 4, 121 0 1, 600 1, 600- 12, 300 10. 700- 28, 587 53. 272 22, 400 0 I- CAPITA{, 4, 121 0 1, 600 1. 600- 12, 300 101700- 28, 587 53, 272 22, 400 0 GQIHINI. A[ P4NISTRATION 789, 851 1, 112, 309 1. 044, 457 67. 852 1, 068, 365 23. 908- 1, 086, 415 1. 118, 171 1, 006. 906 1, 072, 467 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 19: 52 BUW PREPARATION MORESHSHT PA 9 PROGRNI f 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACOC Itn PERIOD 09/ 2009 O d 0 d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROMSED PROPOSED PROPOSED r O O ACCOONT tRMBER ACCOIRR' DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGB' E ••• VARLYICE•'• BD[ GEP • e• VARWICE••. BLW BUDGET 88CG8' f BUM W 4D i0 O N N LEGISLATNE SUPPORT w PBRSONIiEL SERVICES a 001- 0300- 416. 01- 01 PAYROLL 58, 047 83, 704 220 11. 601 12, 103 86, 251 19, 650- 86, 251 86, 251 86, 251 86. 251 001- 0300- 416. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVHRTIME 3. 676 230 220 0 220 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 416. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BHNEPITS 22, 129 29, 772 26. 951 2, 821 36, 261 9. 310- 38, 271 41, 345 44, 512 4),) 74 001- 0300. 416. 01- 30 T 11111G 1RE0ISTRATIONS 281 0 800 800- 0 800 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 416. 01- 12 TRAVEL 1, 434 0 400 400- 0 400 0 0 0 0 EEPENDITUP. H 84. 567 113, 696 99, 972 13, 724 122, 732 22, 760- 124, 522 127, 596 130. 763 134, 025 PSRSOIRUIL SERVICES 84, 567 113, 696 99. 972 13, 724 122. 732 22, 760- 124, 522 127, 596 130. 763 134, 025 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0300- 416. 02- 14 CONTRACT SBRVIC S 240 4, 400 3, 400 11000 3. 400 0 3, 400 3, 400 1. 400 3. 400 001- 0300- 416. 02- 23 ELECTIONS 2, 982 819 1, 172 353- 21019 847- 819 2. 019 819 2, 019 001- 0300- 416. 02- 28 EQVIPM8fT1'/ MAINT AGRESMENT 0 11650 1, 650 0 1, 650 0 1, 650 1. 650 11650 11650 001- 0300- 416. 02- 37 MICROPILMIIIG 940 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BHPEMDITURE 4, 162 6. 869 6, 222 647 7. 069 847- 5. 869 7, 069 5, 869 7, 069 PURCHASED SERVICES 4, 162 6. 869 6, 222 647 71069 B47- 5. 869 71069 51869 7, 069 OPERATING 4 MAI24TEI4NICE 001- 0300- 416. 04- 30 LEGAL NOTICES 6, 099 5, 700 5, 700 0 5, 700 0 5. 700 5, 700 5, 700 5. 700 001- 0300- 416. 04- 12 MISCBIIAMEWS 331 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 001- 0300- 416. 04- 15 PRIId1' ING 559 49 100 51- 100 0 100 loo 100 100 001- 0300- 416. 04- 17 RENRD RBTEMC1011 1. 285 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 416. 04- 10 REFMtE LIBRARY 1. 097 54 54 0 0 54 0 0 0 0 P PENDITIIRE 9, 371 6. 053 6, 104 51- 6. 050 54 61050 6. 050 61050 6, 050 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 9. 371 6, 053 6, 104 51- 6, 050 54 6, 050 6. 050 6, 050 6, 050 LEGISLATIVE SUPPORT 98. 100 126, 618 112, 296 14, 320 135. 851 23, 553- 136, 441 140, 715 142, 682 147, 144 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BD KT PREPARATION EORK. SBEET PAGE 10 PROGRAM GM601L MR PISGL YP 2010 ACCOUN m PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 G C 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 MMSED 2010 PROPOSED PROOSED PROPOSED PROWSPD ACGWNP kR ER ACWUW DESCRIP ON ACIiPL BDIX- ET BDIX' E'f `•• VARLA[ w'Y••• BUOCB- P ••• VARWiCE••• BUDGET BIIDGEP BUDGET BUD(: HT A( O 4D O N T0121 n. wr yl N PERSOIORL SERVICES A 001- 0300- 418. 01- 01 PAYROLL 60, 638 38. 248 57, 126 18, 870- 49, 594 7, 532 49, 594 49, 594 49. 594 49, 594 001- 0300- 918. 01- 06 PAYROLL- OV@tTIMP 942 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 418. 01- 09 PAYROLL- B[ NEP115 21. 361 13, 281 20, 950 7, 669- 20. 375 575 20. 375 20, 375 20. 375 20. 375 001- 0300- 418. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 787 D 800 B00- 1, 200 400- J00 300 300 11000 001- 0300- 418. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 324 0 1, 300 1, 300- 1, 700 400- 1. 300 11300 11300 0 EXPENDITURE 86, 052 51, 529 80, 176 28. 649- 72, 869 7, 307 71. 569 71, 569 71, 569 70, 969 PO 2WEL SERVICES 86, 052 51, 529 80, 176 28, 649- 72, 869 7, 307 71, 569 71. 569 71, 569 70, 969 OPERATING 6 MA MDVV10E 001- 0300- 418. 04- 06 dIe4, ME11BERSHIPS, SOBSOtPT 2, 005 50 1, 550 1, 000- 1, 550 0 11550 11550 11550 1, 550 001- 0300- 418. 04- 07 EODIPM M 276 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0300- 418. 04- 12 MISCBLLWIEWS 441 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 EXPENDITURE 2, 722 950 11950 11000- 1195D 0 11950 1, 950 1, 950 1, 950 OPERAT X3 6 MAINTENANCE 2, 722 95D 1, 950 1, 000- 1, 950 0 1, 950 11950 1, 950 11950 DOIUITIONS 001- 0300- 418. 05- 18 00NATIONS- TIPPS 1, 247 0 0 0 B00 800- 0 800 0 800 CPENDLILRH 1. 247 0 O 0 800 800- 0 800 0 800 DURATIONS 1, 247 0 0 0 800 B00- 0 B00 0 800 CAPITAL 001- 0300- 418. 06- 02 HARDWARE 0 600 600 0 600 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 600 600 0 600 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 600 600 0 600 0 0 0 0 0 TONN C K 90, 021 53, 079 82. 726 29. 647- 76. 219 6, 507 73. 519 74, 319 13, 519 3,] 19 EXPENDIYURE. a 977, 972 1, 292. 006 1. 239. 481 52, 525 1, 280, 435 40, 954- 1, 258, 375 1. 333. 205 1. 303, 107 1, 293, 330 TONN CLERK 977, 972 1, 292, 006 1, 239. 481 52, 525 1, 280, 435 40, 954- 1, 298, 375 1, 333, 205 1, 303. 107 1, 293, 330 TOWN CLERK- 977, 972 1, 292, 006 11239, 481 52. 525 1, 280, 435 40, 954- 1, 298, 375 1. 333, 205 1. 303. 107 1, 293, 330 PRSPAR® 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGET FAEPARATIOl 4pRRSHEEI PAGE 11 PROGRAM GN601L MR FfS YEAR 2010 ACCOUNRNG PERIOD 09/ 2009 N O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Q2 O d 2008 2009 RBVISEO 2009 PROPOSED 3010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O p O ACCOUfR NIMBER ACCDUISI DPSCItIYIION ACTUAI. B[ IIX' ET BIACa6T ••. VAAIA[ iCC••• BUDGEf ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDf' EP BUDGET BUIX. BT O 1p 0O N N PI PIlVWN W PI1DYiC8 8% P81iDZTUR85 A ACMINISIAATIOH PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0400- 423. 01- 01 PAYROLL 344. 049 360, 926 359, 662 1. 264 357, 438 2, 224 357, 438 352, 438 357, 438 357. 438 001- 0400- 423. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 17, 335 0 519 519- 0 519 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 423. 01- 09 PAYROLL- B@2PTTS 121, 298 147, 209 136, 436 10. 773 153. 571 17, 135- 159. 672 169. 006 178, 620 128, 620 001- 0400- 423. 01- 10 TMIIIIt4O/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 820 1, 000 21090 1, 090- 2, 090 0 2. 090 2, 090 2, 090 2, 090 001- 0400- 423. 01- 12 TRAVEL 81994 4, 500 5, 466 966- 51466 0 5. 466 5. 466 5. 466 5. 466 6%P @] DITURE 493. 996 513, 635 504, 123 9. 462 518, 565 14. 392- 524, 666 534. 000 543, 614 543. 614 PERSAWEL SERVICES 493, 996 513, 635 504, 173 9, 462 518, 565 14, 392- 524. 666 534, 000 543. 614 543. 614 PURCHMM SERVICES 001- 0400- 423. 02- 01 AUDIT 13. 384 27, 563 27, 512 51 28, 000 488- 28, 500 29. 000 29, 500 30, 000 001- 0400- 423. 02- 06 CVLLEOTIOII PEES 46. 193 47, 610 46. 609 1, 001 46. 609 0 46. 609 46. 609 46, 609 46, 609 001- 0400- 423. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 1. 962 5, 297 6, 723 1, 426- 6. 723 0 6, 723 6. 223 6, 723 6, 723 001- 0400- 423. 02- 29 EOUIPMIOTT REPADLS 53 50 0 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 423. 02- 37 MICROFILMING 6. 696 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPmITURE 68. 288 80, 520 80, 844 324- 81, 332 488- 81, 832 82. 332 82, 832 83, 332 PURCHASED SERVICES 68. 286 80, 520 80. 844 324- 81, 332 488- 81, 832 82, 332 82, 832 83. 332 OPERATING 6 MAINP@N lce 001- 0400- 423. 04- 06 ODES. M BERSNIPS, SUSSCNTN 1, 290 500 1, 233 733- 1, 233 0 1, 233 1, 233 1, 233 1, 233 001- 0400- 423. 04- 12 MISCHLLANEOUS 4, 030 2, ODD 21330 330- 2, 330 0 2, 330 2, 330 2, 330 2, 330 001- 0400- 423. 04- 15 PRINTING 3. D10 31500 2, 171 1, 329 2, 171 0 2, 121 2, 171 2, 121 2, 171 001- 0400- 423. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 6, 439 3, 250 4, 693 1, 443- 4, 963 270- 4, 963 4, 963 4, 963 4, 963 001- 0400- 423. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 41351 2, 050 1, 334 216 1, 334 0 1, 334 1, 334 1, 334 1, 334 EXPENDITURE 19, 62D 11, 300 11, 761 461- 12, 031 270- 13. 031 12, 031 12, 031 12, 031 OPERATNNG 6 MARiIENANCE 19, 620 11, 300 11, 261 461- 12. 031 210- 32. 031 12, 031 12. 031 12. 031 CAPITAL 001- 0400- 423. 06- 01 CASH PURCi W 12, 575 0 1, 473 1, 473- 0 1, 473 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 12, 575 0 1, 413 1. 473- 0 1, 473 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 12, 515 0 1, 473 1. 473- 0 1, 473 0 0 0 0 ADMINISTRATION 594. 479 605, 455 598, 251 7, 204 611, 928 13. 677- 618, 529 628, 363 638, 477 638, 977 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BliOf- ET PREPARATION MORILSHPEL PAGE 12 PRQ' DWI O4601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOU31T133G PERIOD 09/ 2009 V. l1O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 40 N a 2008 2009 RBVI9¢ 0 2009 PP. OMSRD 2010 PROPOSED PWMS¢ D PROWS¢ O PROPOSED 0 O ACCOUNT 1HM A mm DZ^ IPTION ACfIRL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VMLVK- E••• BUD(' 6p ••• VAItIANC¢••• HI2G6I BUIX` BT BULLET BODGBT pl( AD D O N PZRUONNEL W N PBRSOM76L SERVICES 001- 0400- 424. 01- 01 PAYROLL. 34, 709 54, 872 50. 430 4, 447 50, 161 269 0. 161 50, 161 50, 161 50, 161 A 001- 0400- 424. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIMI 59 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 424. 01- 09 PAYROLL- 9ENIPITS 22, 472 27. 225 36, 281 91056- 41, 532 5, 251- 41. 532 41, 532 41, 532 41, 532 001- 0400- 424. 01- 10 TRAINING/ R13GISTRATIONS 70 250 0 250 500 500- 500 500 500 500 001- 0400- 424. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 500 0 500 1, 000 1, 000- 1. 000 11000 1, 000 11000 8% p¢ NDITUR6 57, 310 82, 852 86, 711 3, 859- 93, 193 6, 482- 93. 193 93, 193 93, 193 PERSOIH38L SERVICES 57, 310 82, 852 86, 711 3, 859- 93, L93 6, 482- 93. 193 93. 193 93. 193 93, 193 1M36 m SERVICES 001- 0400- 424. 02- 08 COMS TA13T 1, 675 0 1, 250 1, 250- 1, 250 0 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 P¢ NDITURI 11675 0 L. 250 1, 250- 1, 250 0 1. 250 11250 1, 250 1, 250 PVRC3IASPD SERVICES 1, 675 0 1. 250 1, 250- 1, 250 0 1. 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 OPERATIM 6 RALIRBIWICE 001- 0400- 424. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 13, 871 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 424. 04- 06 DUBS. MBt• ID¢ RSNIPS, SIIIISCRTN 0 0 230 230- 230 0 230 230 230 230 001- 0400- 424. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROC83SIHG 699 592 547 45 547 0 547 547 547 547 001- 0400- 424. 04- 28 I PLIES- OFFICE 287 309 157 152 157 0 157 157 157 157 EEPEINITDRE 14, 857 901 934 33- 934 0 934 934 934 934 OPH TING 6 MADTTEII m 14, 857 901 914 33- 934 O 934 934 934 934 PERSOtML 73, 842 83, 753 88. 895 5, 142- 95, 377 6, 482- 95, 377 95, 377 95, 377 95, 377 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGBE PREPA TION WORESRM PAGE 13 PP.O( DiAM ( GO1L MR FISCAL YEAR IOL0 AQ Il9G PERIOD 0912009 O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 N d m O 2008 IO09 RNISED 2009 PROPoS® 2010 PROPoSHD PBO PROPOSED PERIGS® p p ACCYAItlI' NIY9LR ACCGUNP OP, SLAIPLION ACTf1AL BUDGEP BUDGET ••• VAP, IAI. C%••• BDMET ••• VARIALCB••• 0UIX' H'I EUIXi6f BUIX' 8T BIRIGBT G A3 iD IIIPORINTIDII SYSLEHS O N f W N PERSO. SIL Silt Il ES O 001- 0400- 425. 01- 81 PAYROLL 46, 074 68, 143 71, 671 3, 528- ] 0.6] 5 996 0,6] 5 0,6) 5 0,6] 5 0.6]5 001- 0400- 425. 01- 08 PAYROLL- 0V021' IME 4, 029 509 350 159 0 350 0 0 O 0 001- 0400- 425. 01- 09 PAYROIZ- BENEFITS 19, 619 30. 927 21, 782 9, 145 22, 396 614- 22, 396 22, 396 22, 396 22, 396 001- 0400- 425. 01- 10 TRAINING 1, 592 0 225 225- 0 225 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 425. 01- 12 TRAVRL 217 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 71, 551 99, 579 94, 020 5, 551 93. 071 95) 93, 0]1 93, 071 93, 071 93, 071 I- P8IISOIEIEL SERVICES 71, 551 9915] 9 94, 028 51551 93, 071 957 93, 071 93, 071 93, 071 93, 071 PUR( 9AS® SERVICES 001- 0400- 425. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 33. 353 11000 61000 5. 000- 5, 000 11000 5, 000 51000 5, 000 5, 000 001- 0400- 425. 02- 28 EOMP@ M REPAIRS 836 1. 000 3, 600 21600- 3, 600 0 3, 600 3, 600 3, 600 31600 001- 0400- 425. 02- 36 SOFTwA0. 8jE($ lIP Y IW 41, 816 63, 596 57, 614 5, 982 63, 086 5. 472- 66. 240 69, 552 73. 030 76, 681 001- 0400- 425. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 822 1. 000 582 418 480 102 480 480 480 480 001- 0400- 425. 02- 44 SOP9ARE LICMISING 20 11000 400 600 1, 000 600- 11000 1, 000 1, 000 11000 EXPENDITURE 70, 90] 67. 596 68, 196 600- 73. 166 4, 970- 76. 320 79, 632 03, 110 06, 761 PURCHASED SERVICES 78. 907 67, 596 68, 196 600- 73. 166 4, 970- 76. 320 79, 632 83. 110 86, 761 OPERATING 6 NAIITE ICE 001- 0400- 425. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 8, 435 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0400- 425. 04- 06 DUES, mEKBERSHIPS A SUB SC 100 100 18] 87- 100 07 100 100 100 100 001- 0400- 425. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 157 250 212 38 200 12 200 200 200 200 001- 0400- 425. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PP. 00ESSIIIG 673 1. 000 500 500 1. 000 500- 11000 11000 1, 000 11000 EXPENDITURE 9, 365 1. 350 899 451 1, 300 401- 11300 1, 300 1, 300 1, 300 OPERATING 6 RALIPP TCE 9, 365 11350 899 451 1, 300 401- 1. 300 1, 300 1. 300 1, 300 CAPITAL 001- 0400- 425. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 34, 573 15, 000 14, 653 347 10, 000 4, 653 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 MPENDITURB 34, 573 15. 000 14, 653 347 10. 000 4, 653 10. 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 I--- ___.._ ------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ CAPITAL 34, 573 15. 000 14, 653 347 10, 000 4, 653 10, 000 10. 000 10, 000 10, 000 INFORMATION SYS'] HM. 9 194, 396 103, 525 177, 776 5, 749 177, 537 239 180, 691 184. 003 187, 481 191, 132 EXPEIVDITURSS 862, 711 8721733 864. 922 1, 811 804, 842 19, 920- 894, 597 90],] 43 921, 335 925, 486 PI2IAllm 662, 717 872, 733 864, 922 7. 811 884, 842 19, 920- 894, 597 907. 743 921, 335 925, 486 I -------------- PINANCB 862, 717 872, 733 864. 922 7. 81L BB4, 842 19, 920- 094, 597 907, 743 921, 335 925, 486 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION i RRSREET PAGE 14 PROGRAM GM601L MR PISCn•, YEAR 2010 ACCOUNMVI PERIOD 09/ 2009 A O d d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 40 m a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PftOPo58D PROFOSEO PROPOSED PROPOSED O SED O ACWUtrI' [ TIMBER ACCVUITI' DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BOIX' EI BDOGET ••• VARIAI. YE••• EUIX' LT "• VARWICE••' BUDGET BDDG6 BUDGET OUWET O PIAMTRIG O N N W PI. AIRTIIIG E% PmmIwRE8 A A MI11ISTRAT10ll PER. SOMINE, SERVICES 001- 0500- 432. 01- 01 PAYROLL 147, 658 153, 802 146, 164 7, 638 145, 810 354 145, 810 145, 810 145, 810 145. 810 001- 0500- 432. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 981 0 1, 157 1, 157- 215 882 275 275 275 275 001- 0500- 432. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEN6PITS 64, 258 60, 287 60, 895 600- 66, 701 5. 806- 66, 701 66. 701 66, 701 66. 701 W( PEIlDITURE 213, 097 214, 089 208, 216 5, 873 212, 786 4, 570- 212, 786 212, 786 212. 786 212, 786 PE IO4EL SERVICES 213. 897 214, 089 208, 216 5, 873 212, 756 4, 570- 212, 786 212. 786 212, 706 212, 786 PUR29 = SERVICES 001- 0500- 432. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 0 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 001- 0500- 932. 02- 28 EQUIP/ MAINE I: GREP297T/ COPY 6,6. 5 5, 650 51650 0 51650 0 5, 650 5. 650 51650 5, 650 001- 0500- 432. 02- 32 PREIWP/ SNIPPING ( GBS 133 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EYPENDITURE 6. 778 5, 800 5, 800 0 5, 800 D 51800 5. 800 5. 800 5, 800 PURCHAS® S® VICES 6, 778 5. 600 5, 800 O 5, 000 D 5. 800 5. 000 5, 800 5, 800 OPERATING L MAINTEIWTCE 001- 0500- 432. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 393 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- 432. 04- 06 DUE3. 11E6BERSHIPS. SUBSCitPI' 897 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- 432. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 938 750 750 O 750 0 750 750 750 750 001- 0500- 432. 04- 14 PLAIMLNG COM4 EXPENSES 1, 049 475 475 0 475 0 475 475 475 475 001- 0500- 432. 04- 15 PRIITELNG 591 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- i]2. Oi- 2H SUPPLZBS- OPP3C8 61806 1, 100 1, 100 0 1, 100 0 1. 100 1, 100 1, 100 1, 100 EXPENDITURE 10. 674 2, 325 2, 325 0 2, 325 0 2, 325 2, 325 2. 325 2, 325 OPERATING 6 MAINIEIWICE 10, 674 2, 325 2, 325 0 2. 325 0 2, 325 2, 325 2, 325 2, 325 CAPITAL 001- 0500- 432. 06- 01 CASH PUROIIL58S 230 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- 432. 06- 09 SOFTWARE 520 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 750 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 750 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ADe62NI5TRATION 232, 099 222, 214 216, 341 51813 220, 911 4, 570- 220. 911 220, 911 220, 911 220, 911 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08; 19: 52 BI ET PREPARATIOtI RORFSH8 PAGE 15 PROGR I 6011 MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTI3A3 PERIOD 09/ 2009 7730 2009 2010 3011 3013 3013 3014 b 0 d 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSW PROPOSED PROPOSED 0 O ACC[ lUH1' I.'{ p1B0t ACWLIIII O85CRI2? IOII ACMtL D1R%: ET BUIX- ET ••• VA IANCE••• BV NT ••• VARIANCE.•. BUDGRT BLRICCP B ET BDIX. LR' w( p O O N ZOIlIt2G/ TONG RANGE PLAN W N PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0500- 433. 01- 01 PAYROLL 180. 744 203. 529 174, 034 29, 495 71, 396 102, 638 11, 396 71, 396 71. 396 71, 396 001- 0500- 433. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OV81iTINE 2. 710 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0500- 433. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 68, 925 96, 787 14, 971 21, 816 31, 035 43. 936 34, 242 41, 680 48, 310 55, 139 001- 0500- 433. 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 2. 793 1. 500 11500 0 1. 500 0 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0500- 433. 01- 12 TRAVBL 1, 554 2, 200 2, 200 0 2, 200 0 2. 200 2, 200 2, 200 2, 200 EXPENDITDRE 256, 726 304. 416 253, 105 5L, 311 106, 531 146, 574 109, 738 117, 176 123, 806 130, 635 PERSONNEL SERVICES 256, 726 304, 416 253, 105 51, 311 106, 531 146. 574 109, 738 117, 176 123, 006 130, 635 PURCBABED SERVICES 001- 0500- 433. 02- 08 CONSULTANT 830 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0500- 433. 02- 14 CON CT SERVICE 0 300 300 0 35. 300 35, 000- 300 300 300 300 EXPElDITURE 830 300 300 0 35. 300 35, 000- 200 300 300 300 PDTt2 ED SERVICES 830 300 300 0 35. 300 35, 000- 300 300 300 300 OPERATING 6 NAIITfENANCE 001- 0500- 433. 04- 06 DUES, NERBE" HIPS, SUBSCRP11 356 11000 11000 0 1. 000 0 1. 000 1. 000 11000 11000 001- 0500- 433. 04- 15 PRINTING 226 100 100 O 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0500- 433. 04- 18 REFERENCE LIBRARY 76 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0500- 433. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 0 11000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 11000 EXPENDITURE 658 2. 200 2. 200 O 2, 200 0 2. 200 2, 200 2, 200 2, 200 OPeRATItm 6 NAImmwiCE 658 2. 200 2, 200 0 2, 200 0 2. 200 2. 200 2, 200 2, 200 ZONIRS/ LONG RANGE PL l 258. 214 306, 916 255, 605 51. 311 144. 03L 111, 574 112, 238 119, 676 126, 106 133. 135 EXPENDITURES 490, 313 529. 130 471, 946 57, 184 364, 942 107, 004 333, 149 340, 587 347, 217 354, 046 PIAHNING 490, 313 529, 130 471, 946 57, 184 364, 942 107, 004 333. 149 340, 587 347. 217 354. 046 PLANNING 490. 313 529, 130 471, 946 57. 184 364, 942 107, 004 333, 149 340, 587 347, 217 354, 046 PREPARED 10/ 09109. 08: 19: 52 BIIC4ET PREPARATION M ESHECT PALL 16 PROGRAM GM6011, MR FISCAL YEAP. 2010 ACYOI MU4G, PERIOD 09/ 2009 9 p O A N a 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 201a W O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NO g N ACCOUIII' 1IlmSm A 03mm OZS IPT1011 ACITIAL BUI% iL BUDGET ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET ••• VARIANCE'- LUDGET BUDGET BUM. ET BUWBT O N N PUBLIC SAPITY w PUBLIC SAFETY A EXPCINITURLS A INISTRATION PERSONNEL SRRVICES 001- 0600- 440. 01- 01 PAYROLL L91, 019 109, 945 188, 247 11698 161, 974 26, 273 161, 974 161, 974 161, 974 161, 974 001- 0600- 447. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 6, 088 800 2, 000 1, 200- 11000 L, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0600- 447. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEIN: PITS 67, 481 69, 801 78, 701 8, 820- 73, 968 4, 933 73. 968 73, 968 73, 968 71, 968 001- 0600- 447. 01- LO TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 200 525 325- 100 425 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 447. 01- 12 TRAVEL 1, 411 B00 100 700 700 600- 700 700 700 700 EOEPEIR3ITURE 266, 799 261, 626 269, 573 7, 947- 237, 742 3L. 831 237, 742 237, 742 237, 742 237, 742 PERSOIMI, SERVICES 266, 799 261, 626 269, 573 7, 947- 237, 742 31, 031 237. 742 237, 742 237. 742 237. 742 PURL ml) SERVICES 001- 0600- 447. 02- 07 CO6 UQITIOII SMVIC S 125, 000 130, 000 138, 000 8, 000- 133, 900 4, 100 137. 917 142, 054 146, 315 150, 704 001- 0600- 447. 02- 20 EQUIP/ HAIRY a REEMNT/ COPY 712 360 360 0 360 0 360 360 360 360 001- 0600- 447. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 0 50 25 25 25 0 25 25 25 25 001- 0600- 447. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 398 160 250 90- 160 90 160 160 160 160 001- 0600- 447. 02- 37 MICROPIINING 744 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0600- 447. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 7, 592 4, 000 4. 100 100- 4, 000 100 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 0600- 447. 02- 43 TE MOI2 8, 815 6, 200 6. 200 0 6. 200 0 6. 200 6, 200 6, 200 6, 200 001- 0600- 447. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 142 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 pIPE1NIITURE 143, 403 140, 770 " 81935 81165- 144, 645 4, 290 148, 662 152, 799 157, 060 161, 449 PURCHASED SERVICES 143, 403 1401770 148, 935 81165- 144. 645 4, 290 148, 662 152, 799 157. 060 161, 449 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0600- 447. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 407 100 50 50 100 50- 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 447. 04- 06 W13S,! ffiffi HIPS, SUBSCR714 775 465 615 150- 465 150 465 465 465 465 001- 0600- 447. 04- 09 111SURA1C 81011 8. 912 7, 225 1, 587 8. 812 1. 587- 81812 8, 812 8. 812 8, 812 001- 0600- 447. 04- 12 MISCELLANLOUS 2, 013 800 B00 0 800 0 800 800 800 Soo 001- 0600- 447. 04- 15 PRIRTING 640 250 700 450- 250 450 250 250 250 250 001- 0600- 447. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- DATA PROCESSING 646 500 500 O 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0600- 447. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 2, 694 1, 000 11000 0 1. 000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0600- 447. 04- 34 WIFOEMS 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 16, 080 12, 927 10. 890 1, 037 11, 927 1. 037- 11. 927 11. 927 11, 927 11. 927 OPERATNNG I MAINTEIIANCE 16, 080 11. 927 10, 890 1, 037 11. 927 1, 037- 11. 927 11, 927 11, 927 11, 927 CAPIrAL 001- 0600- 447. 06- 01 CASN PURCILASES 31, 057 0 541 541. 0 541 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 31, 057 0 541 541- 0 541 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 31, 057 0 541 541- 0 541 0 0 0 0 ADMINISTRATIOR 457, 339 414, 323 429, 939 15, 616- 394, 314 35, 625 390. 331 402, 468 406. 729 411, 118 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BODG6T PREPARATIOl: MORESNEBT PASS 11 PROSNAM 616011 FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCDIAWTIM PERIOD 09/ 2009 p O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 b N C 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ACCYJVITT N{E® SA ACCOUfTT DFECRIPTIOII ACTUAL BUIX' PT BUIX- 81' •+• VARWHY••• BOIXi81' •+• VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUD3ST 1D D O N PATROL r W N PEILSONNEL SERVICES a 001. 0600- 448. 01- 01 PAYROLL 505, 585 564. 035 532, 181 31, 554 488, 852 43, 629 488, 852 480. 852 988, 852 488, 852 001- 0600- 448. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 104, 324 49, 853 66, OOD 16, 147- 66. 000 0 66. 000 66. 000 66, 000 66. 000 001- 0600- 448. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BCIIEFITS 225, 285 240, 004 244, 409 3, 595 248, 107 3, 778- 260, 078 278, 271 297, 009 316. 310 001- 0600- 448. 01- 30 TRASIIING/ REGISTRATIONS 7, 337 1. 500 1, 500 0 1, 500 0 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0600- 448. 01- 12 TRAVEL 1, 750 2. 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 EEPENDIT K 844, 281 865. 892 846, 890 19, 002 807, 039 39, 851 616, 930 837. 123 855. 061 875. 162 PERMNMEL SERVICES 844, 281 665. 692 846, 890 19, 002 807, 039 39, 651 818. 930 837, 123 855, 861 675. 162 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 448. 02- 14 CYIR1RAp' SERVICE 5, 723 6. 500 6, 200 300 6. 300 100- 6, 300 6, 300 6, 300 6, 300 001- 0600- 448. 02- 29 6QUIPME2U REPAIRS 0 50 25 25 50 25- 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 448. 02- 34 IAB MORE 305 350 500 150- 350 150 350 350 350 350 001- 0600- 440. 02- 40 PROPESSIOUAL 5, 774 3. 000 3, 000 0 3, 000 0 3. 000 3. 000 3, 000 3. 000 001- 0600- 446. 02- 41 RADIOS- RHPAIRS 1. 677 800 800 0 800 0 800 800 800 800 001- 0600- 448. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIR$ 2. 443 1. 931 1, 931 0 1, 931 0 1, 931 1, 931 1, 931 1, 931 E% PRIM17TURB 15, 922 12, 631 12, 456 175 12, 431 25 12, 431 12, 431 12, 431 12. 431 PUIICI3ASED SERVICES 15, 922 12. 631 12, 456 175 12. 431 25 12, 431 12, 431 12, 431 12, 431 OPERATING 6 MAIU77DARICE 001- 0600- 448. 04- 05 SUPPLIES CRIME/ ANIMAL EIJ 1, 376 300 200 100 200 0 200 300 300 300 001- 0600- 44a04- 26 SUPPLIES- LAB 176 700 500 200 500 0 00 700 700 700 001- 0600- 448. 04- 20 SUPPLIES 437 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0600- 448. 04- 34 1RIIFORMS 9. 731 2. 000 3. 200 1, 200- 2, 000 1, 200 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS A OIL 16, 849 20. 219 15, 000 5, 219 17, 000 2. 000- 17, 000 17, 000 17, 000 17, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 36 VEHICLE- HQUI 11853 1. 000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 11000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 37 VEHICL8- INSUWUIC6 1, 036 1, 140 1, 140 0 1, 140 0 1, 140 1, 140 1, 140 1, 140 001- OGDO- 448. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 14, 040 3, 619 61100 2, 481- 5. 000 11100 5, 000 51000 51000 5, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 39 VBMICLE- IABOH 0 0 14, 790 14. 790- 15. 000 210- 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 001- 0600- 448. 04- 98 CO1N0U4 ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 14, 790- 14, 790 15, 000- 210 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- EFPRNOITIR2E 46. 102 26, 978 27, 140 1, 838 26, 840 300 26, 840 27. 140 27, 140 27, 140 OPERATING 6 MAIITTENANCE 46. 102 26, 978 27, 140 1, 838 26, 840 300 26, 840 27, 140 27, 140 27, 140 CAPITAL 001- 0600- 446. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 11, 446 2, 000 1, 000 11000 2, 000 11000- 136, 550 2, 00D 21000 2, 000 EXPENDITURE 11, 446 2, 000 11000 1. 000 2, 000 11000- 136, 550 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 CAPITAL 11, 446 2, 000 11000 1, 000 2. 000 11000- 136, 550 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 PATROL 917, 751 909, 501 887, 486 22, 015 848, 310 39, 176 994, 751 878. 694 897. 432 916, 733 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATI011 MER. SHEET PAGE 18 PROGRAM CN601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACLUUNS! TlG PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 b H G 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACYtlUNT 1t0® ER ACC( Aft" DESCEIPTIOU ACPUAL BUDGET' BDDGBP ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET ••• VARIANCE••• BuIX BUDGET' BUDBEP BUEtOEP N 1D 4D T J NW CODs ENPORC @HINT' W PHRSOHIiEL SERVICES 001. 0600- 449. 01- 01 PAYROLL 128, 737 119. 862 120, 159 217- 119, 809 350 119, 809 103, 751 103, 751 103, 751 a 001- 0600- 449. 01- 06 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 10, 115 4. 500 4, SD0 0 266 4, 234 266 266 266 266 001- 0600- 449. 01- 09 PAYP- OLL- BENEFITS 55. 871 50. 853 44, 963 5, 930 47, 999 3. 036- 47, 999 41, 616 41, 616 41, 616 001- 0600- 449, 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 389 600 250 350 600 350- 600 600 600 600 001- 0600- 449. 01- 12 TRAVEL 169 10D 50 50 100 50- 100 100 100 100 EEPR1IDi8 196, 281 175, 975 169, 922 6. 053 168. 774 1, 146 168, 774 146, 333 146. 333 146, 333 PeTU501DTE6 SERVICES 156, 281 175. 975 169, 922 6, 053 168. 794 1, 148 168. 774 146. 333 146, 333 146, 333 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0600- 449. 02- 29 RQUIP6re REPAIRS 0 700 300 400 500 200- 500 500 500 500 001- 0600- 449. 02- 40 PROPRSSIONAL SRRVICES 343 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0600- 449. 02- 41 RADIOS- AEPALRS 700 300 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 449. 02- 44 UTILITIES- SHELTER 464 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0600- 449. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 1PENDITURR 1, 507 1, 750 1, 350 400 1, 550 200- 1, 550 11550 1, 550 1, 550 PURCHASED SERVICES 1, 507 11750 1, 350 400 1, 550 200- 1, 550 11550 1, 550 11550 OPERATING S MATNTENANCE 001- 0600- 449. 04- 05 SUPPLIES CRIME/ ANIMAL EDU 1, 150 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 449. 04- 11 LICENSE TAGS 72 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 449. 04- 15 PRINTING 21169 300 100 i00 300 200- 300 300 300 300 001- 0600- 449. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 193 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 449. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 896 300 300 0 300 D 300 300 300 300 001- 0600- 449. 04- 35 VEAICLR- GAS 6 OIL 3, 903 41500 4, 000 500 4, 000 0 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 4, 500 001- 0600- 449. 0436 VEHICLE- EOUIPMETTT 747 251 275 24- 251 24 251 251 251 251 001- 0600- 449. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE L38 152 152 0 152 0 152 152 152 152 001- 0600- 449. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 4, 572 11000 1. 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0600- 449. 04- 39 VEHICLE- TABOR 0 0 6, 078 6. 078- 6, 100 22- 61100 61100 6, 100 61100 001- 0600- 449. 04- 43 HUPPLIES- SHELTER 98 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0600- 449. 0446 SUPPLIES- FOOD 12 70 70 0 70 0 70 70 70 10 001- 0600- 449. 04- 98 CONTRA ACCT - VEHICLE LEE 0 0 6. 078- 6. 078 61100- 22 6, 100- 6, 100- 6, 100- 6, 100- R% PENOITURE 13. 950 7. 173 6, 497 676 6, 673 176- 7, 173 7, 173 7, L73 7. 173 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 13, 950 7, 173 6. 497 676 6, 673 176- 7, 173 7, 173 7, 173 7, 173 CAPITAL 001- 0600- 449. 06- 01 CASH PUIRCHMES 1, 395 0 O 0 0 0 0 22, 350 0 0 E% PENOITUR38 1. 395 0 O 0 0 0 0 22, 350 0 0 CAPITAL 1, 395 0 0 0 0 0 0 22. 350 0 0 CODE ENPORCEHln T 213. 133 184, 898 177, 769 7, 129 176, 997 772 117, 497 177, 406 155, 056 1551056 E% PEIUDITURES 1, 588, 223 11506. 722 1. 495. 194 13, 528 1, 419, 621 75. 513 11570. 579 1, 458, 568 1, 459, 217 1, 482. 907 PREPAR® 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUD PREPARATIIMi NOAKSHREI PAGE 19 PROORN4 ( 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOU" Iln PERIOD 09/ 2009 do 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m d 2000 2009 REVISCD 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED FROPOS80 PROPOSED PROPOSED 0 0 p ACCOUIff IRR m AC( Un OESCRIPTI021 ACTUAL BINCEI' BOC(' CT •.. VMWiCEr•. BUIGET •• rVARINiCE••• EUD08T BUCGEP BVCGBT BUOGEP N ( p W 0 C[P @2DITVRES N y N COURT P@tiONNEL BRRYLCRS A 001- 0600- 450- 01- 01 PAYROLL 19. 018 24, 097 21, 995 2. 122 0 21, 975 0 0 0 0 001- 0600- 450. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 0 0 0 0 300 300- 300 300 300 300 001- 0600- 450. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 12, 998 8, 903 14, 397 5, 474- 0 14, 377 0 0 0 0 001- 0600- 450. 01- 10 TRAIN@] / REGISTRATIONS 215 50 50 O 50 0 50 50 50 50 001- 0600- 450. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 200 200 O 200 0 200 200 200 200 EIP@EIITURE 32. 23L 33, 250 36, 602 3, 352- 550 36, 052 550 550 550 550 PERSO302EL SERVK 8 32, 231 33, 250 36, 602 3, 352- 550 36, 052 550 550 550 550 Puffl 9® SERVLC 001- 0600- 450. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 11, 125 15, 000 15, 000 0 15. 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 001- 0600- 450- 02- 29 E9UIPM REPAIRS 0 50 25 25 50 25- 50 50 50 50 EXPENDITURE L1, 125 15, 050 15, 025 25 15, 050 25- 15, 050 15, 050 15. 050 15, 050 PURCHASED SERVICES 11, 125 15, 050 15, 025 25 15, 050 25- 15, 050 15, 050 15. 050 15, 050 OPERATING 6 MAINP@L1NCE 001- 0600- 450. 04- 06 OUE9, ML^ 1BERSHIPS, SUBSCRTR 0 200 100 100 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 450. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 35 35 0 35 0 35 35 35 35 001- 0600- 450. 04- 15 PRINEING 0 70 70 0 70 0 70 70 70 70 001- 0600- 450. 04- 25 SUPPLIES- MTA PROCESSSNG 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0600- 450. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 284 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 ELPEN0I7IN. E 284 505 405 100 405 0 405 405 405 405 OPBP, ATIL. G 6 MAINP2 CE 284 505 405 100 405 0 405 405 405 405 COURT 43, 640 48, 805 52, 032 3, 227- 16, 005 36, 027 16, 005 16, 005 16, 005 16, 005 EXPEIOITURES 43, 640 48. 805 52, 032 3, 227- 16, 005 36, 027 16. 005 16. 005 16, 005 16. 005 PUBLIC SAPE' IR 1, 631, 063 1, 557, 527 1, 547, 226 10, 301 1, 435. 626 111, 600 1, 586. 584 1, 474, 573 1, 475, 222 1, 498. 912 PUBLIC - SAFETY 1. 611, 863 1, 557, 527 1, 547, 226 10, 301 1, 435. 626 111, 600 1, 586, 584 1, 474, 573 1, 475, 222 1, 498, 912 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BLN PREPARATIWI 9gRFSBHEf PAGE 20 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUEYD] G PERIOD 09/ 2009 0 d N N a 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 U3 2014 W O 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOS® PROPOSED L a AC Lurr TUBER ACCOIRSP DESCRIPPION AC BUDGED BDDGET •.. VDiIN, CE"• ODLGEP ••+ VARIANCE+" BUDGET BDOGEP BNWET BUDGED d N v N PUBLIC WORKS TMffiII' DEPAR ADMI111STgATION A EiCP INISREBACMINIBTRATIONPHRSOMML SERVICES 001- 0701- 452. 01- 01 PAYROLL 166, 090 162, 445 160, 093 2, 352 159, 237 056 159. 237 159, 237 159, 237 159, 237 001- 0701- 452. 01- 06 PAYROLL- CLHMIING 9, 669 0 0 D 0 0 0 D 0 0 001- 0701- 452. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 109 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0701- 452. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 54, 692 52, 554 54, 746 2. 192- 57, 141 2. 395- 58, 746 61, 201 63, 730 66, 335 001- 0701- 452. 01- 10 TRAZflLNG/ RPGISTRATLONS 310 0 20 20- 200 180- 200 200 200 200 001- 0701- 452. 01- 12 TRAVBL 72 0 166 166- 300 34- 200 200 200 200 L3% PENDI' ILlt¢ 230, 942 214, 999 215, 025 26- 216, 778 1, 153- 218, 303 220, 838 223, 367 225, 9]2 PERSONNEL SERVICES 230, 912 214. 999 215, 025 26- 216, 718 1, 753- 218. 383 220, 838 223, 367 225, 972 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0701- 452. 02- 14 OONLRAL SERVICE 3, 025 3, 550 3, 550 0 3, 550 0 3. 550 3. 550 3. 550 3. 550 001- 0701- 452. 02- 29 EOUIFtl Uo REPAIRS 0 350 300 50 350 50- 350 350 350 350 OD1- 0701- 452. 02- 43 TELEPBONE 339 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 300 001- 0701- 452. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 6IPEHDITUR6 3, 364 4, 400 4, 350 Sp 4, 400 50- 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 PURCHASED SERVICES 3, 364 4, 400 4, 350 50 4. 480 50- 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 4, 400 OPERATING 6 MAINP@ ) M 001- 0701- 452. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 12, 764 2, 000 3, 400 1, 400- 0 3. 400 0 0 0 0 001- 0703- 452. 04- 06 DUZS. NEMEERSHIPB, SUBSCRIP 137 94 94 0 94 0 94 94 94 94 001- 0701- 452. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 180 0 69 89- 0 89, 0 0 0 0 001- 0701- 452. 04- 23 CLEANING SUPPLIES 658 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0701- 452. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 000 11000 1, 448 448- 1, 000 446 1, 33 1, 000 1. 000 11003 001- 0701- 452. 04- 05 VEHICLE- GAB S OIL 687 11313 630 683 1, 313 603- 1, 3113 1, 313 1, 313 1, 313 001- 0701- 952. 04- 06 VEHILH-¢ QUIPMENT 0 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 001- 0701- 452. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSIHtABCH 117 129 110 19 121 11- 121 121 121 121 001- 0701- 452. 04- 38 VEHICLH- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 940 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 001- 0701- 452. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LABOR 0 0 1, OOD 1, 000- L. 000 0 11000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0701- 452. 04- 98 COH' 1RA ACC - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 1. 000- 11000 11000- 0 1, 000- 1. 000- 11000- 1, 000- EXPENDITURE 16, 699 5, 286 6, 521 1, 235- 3. 270 3, 243 3, 278 3, 278 3, 278 3, 278 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 16, 699 5, 206 6, 52L L, 235- 3, 278 3, 243 3, 278 3, 278 3, 278 3, 270 CAPITAL 001- 0701- 452. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25, 238 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 D 0 0 0 D 0 25, 238 0 CAPITAL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25, 238 0 ALNINISPRATION 251, 005 224, 685 225, 896 1, 211- 224, 456 1, 440 226. 061 228, 516 256, 283 233, 650 EXPEND1TURE9 251, 005 224, 685 225, 096 1, 211- 224, 456 1, 440 226, 061 228, 516 256, 283 233. 650 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 HU[ G8R PREYAYATIOD HOWSIIYET PMi6 31 PROGRAM ( 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCONM= PERIOD 09/ 2009 b. m O d N a 2009 2010 2011 2612 2013 261+ 0 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROMSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROBOB® ACCOUfR IANBER ACC mn DESCRIPTION ACISIAL BUDGET Ell R, ••• VARWICE•'• BUp' @t ••• VARWICE'•• BUDGET HUDGR' P BUDGET HUDGEI' 41 tD ID O N IP LJ N AIMIID: STRATIp2] 251. 005 221, 685 2ZBIB96 11211- 324, 156 1, 110 226. 061 228. 516 256, 283 233, 650 O PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUfIGBT PREPAMTI0II MORRS7IE2P PAGE 22 PRO( BUW 6] 46011, POE FISCAL I 2010 ACCYMTIDG PMTOD 09/ 20D9 ro m O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m 0 n O O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROMSED PROPoSED PROMSED N O O AC wm 1RRIBER A M" DESMIE ION AC1' IAL B= ET BUDGET ••• VARINICE••• BUOGEF ••• VAAIAI ... BUOGLT BM% iBP BILIX BUDGET mow O N W N TRAII6MATATI0N EEP @yZ7VR85 P AOMINISTMTION PERSOM7EL SeRVICE6 001- 0702- 454. 01- 01 PAYRDLL 132, 150 132, 996 136, 298 3, 302- 137, 850 1. 552- 137, 850 137. 850 137, 850 137, 850 001- 0702- 454. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 315 11000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0702- 454. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 40, 100 58, 560 55, 108 3, 082 60, 144 4, 666- 60. 144 60, 144 60, 144 60. 144 001- 0702- 454. 01- 30 TRAINING/ RMISTMTIOIIS 150 500 420 80 350 70 420 420 420 42D 001- 0702- 454. 01- 12 TM L 3, 266 21000 950 11050 11500 550- 1, 500 1, 500 2, 500 2, 500 E% PENDITURE 103, 981 195, 056 194, L46 910 200, 844 61698- 200, 914 200, 914 201. 914 201, 914 PE3L9O1 L SERVICES 183. 981 195, 056 194, 146 910 200, 844 6, 698- 200, 914 200. 914 201, 914 201, 914 PURpU = 58RVICTS 001- 0702- 454. 02- 14 C' ONffiACT SMVIG 319 2, 750 2, 220 530 2, 220 0 2, 220 2. 220 2, 220 2, 220 001- 0702- 454. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT - REPAIRS 0 100 D 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0702- 454. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CBARGPS 394 331 445 114- 445 0 445 445 445 445 001- 0702- 454. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3. 678 3. 899 3, 899 0 3, 899 0 3, 899 3, 899 3. 099 55. 000 001- 0702- 454. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 423 336 400 64- 400 0 400 400 400 400 001- 0702- 454. 02- 44 NPILITIES 999 L, 270 1, 27D 0 1, 334 64- 1, 401 1, 471 1, 544 1, 621 EXPENDITURE 5, 813 81686 8. 234 452 8. 298 64- 8, 365 8, 435 8. 508 59, 686 I- ------------ PURCHASED SERVICES 51613 8. 686 8, 234 452 8. 296 64- 8, 365 8, 435 81508 59. 686 OPERATING c MAINFENl1 001- 0702- 454. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMOTT 26, 883 32, 808 30. 056 2, 752 30, 950 902- 31, 980 32, 939 33, 927 34, 945 001- 0702- 454. 04- 06 DUES, MRMBERSHP, SUBSCRP 1. 798 2. 057 2, 057 0 2, 057 0 2, 119 2, 119 2, 119 2, 119 001- 0702- 454. 04- 07 EQUIPMEN3 769 691 611 80 716 105- 716 716 716 716 001- 0702- 454. 04- 08 P 1111 E 30 450 762 312- 400 362 400 400 400 40D 001- 0702- 454. 04- 12 MISCBLLAHF W 446 555 1. 400 845- 375 1, 025 375 375 375 375 001- 0702- 454. 04- 24 SUPPLIES- COFFEE 0 0 D 0 1, 141 1, 141- 1, 141 1, 141 1, 141 1, 141 001- 0702- 454. 04- 25 SUPPLIES/ DATA PROCESSING 0 LBS 0 185 160 160- 850 250 250 250 OD1- 0702- 454. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFPICE 1, 325 1, 412 1, 556 144- 1, 450 106 1, 450 1, 450 1, 450 1, 450 8% PQiDITURE 31. 251 38. 158 36, 442 1. 716 37. 257 815- 39. 031 39, 390 40, 378 41, 396 0PEMTN2G 6 MAII41' ENANCB 31, 251 38, 158 36. 442 1. 716 37, 257 815- 39, 031 39, 390 40, 370 41, 396 CAPITAL 001- 0702- 454. 06- 01 CASH PIEL SHS 1. 495 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPMN ITURR 1. 495 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 11495 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ADMINISTMTION 222, 540 241, 900 238. 822 3. 07B 246, 399 7, 577- 248, 310 248, 739 250, 800 302, 996 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 00: 19: 52 BU UT PREPARATION MORFSHEET PAOB 23 PROGRAM GM601L FOR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUTTRM PERIOD 0912009 O 0 O 3009 2010 2011 3012 2013 2014 d 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O 0 ACCUNNI' IRRIDER ACC17DN1' DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUY1GEl BUDCET '•• YARIANLB••• BU ET ••` VARWICR`•• BU RT BDDL¢ T BU ET BU ET V Imp l,O O N BU3 PROGRAM f.J PCKSO1RTEL SERVICES O 001- 0702- 455. 01- 01 PAYROLL 1. 151, 400 1, 124, 184 1, 16, 406 32, 302- 1, 100, 852 45. 634 1, 100, 852 1. 100, 853 1, 100. 852 1, 100, 853 IA 001- 0702- 455. 01- 02 PAYROLL- SPECLS/ RBCVR' D 10, 666 22, 284 26, 800 31516- 36, 800 0 26, 800 26. 800 36. 800 26, 800 001- 0702- 455. 01- 03 PAYROLL- SPECIALS DONAT7fD 10, 110 12, 338 4, 086 8, 241 4, 309 123- 4, 209 4, 209 4, 209 9, 209 001- 0702- 455. 01- 06 PAYROLL- OT/ SPECIALS DONAT B 1, 500 11500 0 500 11000 500 500 500 500 001- 0702- 455. 01- 07 PAYROLL- OT/ SPECIALS 2, 443 7, 688 91688 0 8, 149 461- 8, 149 8, 149 8. 149 8, 149 OD1- 0702- 455. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 68, 573 56. 205 75, 953 19, 748- 70, 510 5, 443 70. 510 70, 510 70. 510 70. 510 001- 0702- 455. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BKNEPI15 532, 193 557. 757 561, 490 3. 933- 583. 489 2L. 999- 603, 003 612, 060 663. 613 695, 280 001- 0702- 455. 01- 10 TRAINRIG/ REGISTRATIONS 826 687 450 237 400 50 400 400 400 400 001- 0702- 455. 01- 12 TRAVHL 1. 190 1, 425 660 565 11865 1. 025- 11085 11805 1, 885 1, 885 001- 0702- 455. 01- 76 RPTA BUS PASSES- e PWYEE 61160 10, 800 5, 664 5, 136 6, 912 1, 248- 6, 912 6, 912 6, 912 6, 912 EXPENDITURE 1, 791, 569 1, 795, 858 11830, 977 35, 119- 11803, 706 27, 271 1, 823, 220 1, 853, 077 1, 883, 830 1, 915, 505 PERSOSIBL SERVICES 1, 791, 569 1, 795. 858 1, 830, 977 35, 119- 1, 803. 706 27, 271 1, 823, 220 1, 853, 077 1, 883. 830 1, 9151505 PI1RI11 w SERVICES 001- 0702- 455. 02- 04 BUILDING MALIITeIIANCE 33, 159 23. 600 23. 000 600 25, 300 2. 300- 26. 565 27, 893 29, 288 30. 752 001- 0702- 455. 02- 14 LtlH1' eACT SO4VICE 48, 804 55, 839 52, 472 3. 367 55. 979 3, 507- 55. 979 55, 979 55, 979 55, 979 001- 0702- 455. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPRIG CHARGES 722 1, 060 725 335 850 125- 850 850 850 850 001- 0702- 455. 02- 40 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 91895 10, 195 9, 234 961 10, 669 1. 435- 11, 202 11, 202 11. 539 11, 539 DOS- 0702- 455. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 462 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 O 21000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 001- 0702- 455. 02- 44 UTILITIES 3, 854 5, 220 5, 220 0 5, 481 261- 5, 755 6, 043 6, 345 6. 662 001- 0702- 455. 02- 46 v¢ 3ILCL¢- REPAIRS 28, 088 20, 500 22, 900 21200- 22, 700 0 22, 700 22, 700 22, 700 22, 700 EXPENDITURE 124, 904 118, 414 115, 351 3, 063 122, 979 7. 628- 125, 051 126, 667 128. 701 130, 482 PURCHASED SERVICES 124, 984 118, 414 115, 351 3, 063 122, 979 7, 628- 125. 051 126. 667 128. 701 130. 482 OPERATING 6 MAINT@W] CE 001- 0702- 455. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 15, 712 4, 420 3, 920 500 4, 720 800- 4, 720 4, 720 4, 720 4, 720 001- 0702- 455. 04- 07 EQUIPRRVP 144 4, 494 31850 644 1, 924 11926 1, 924 1, 924 1, 924 1, 924 001- 0702- 455. 04- 12 MISCELLN SOUS 3, 106 2. 875 2, 325 550 2. 475 150- 2, 475 2, 475 2, 475 2, 475 001- 0702- 455. 04- 15 PRRITING 30, 928 7, 900 11, 009 3, 109- 11, 150 141- 11. 150 11. 150 11, 150 11, 150 001- 0702- 455. 04- 20 SIGNS 0 750 150 0 750 0 150 750 750 150 001- 0702- 455. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- C1.P. A[ 1LIn O 50 50 0 50 0 5D 50 50 50 001- 0702- 455. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 8. 602 0 0 0 3, 000 3. 000- 3. 000 3. 000 3, 000 31000 001- 0702- 455. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 217, 958 166. 726 149, 806 16, 920 153. 224 31418- 171, 541 180, 118 189, 124 198, 580 001- 0702- 455. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQVIPM@ 3, 852 3. 395 31395 0 4, 113 718- 4, 113 4, 113 4, 113 4, 113 001- 0702- 455. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 12, 590 13. 812 12, 809 11003 14, 090 1, 281- 14, 372 14, 803 15, 099 15, 552 001- 0702- 455. 04- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS S SUPPLIES 135, 994 302. 828 125, 523 22, 695- 131, 797 6, 274- 137, 297 137, 297 137, 297 137, 297 001- 0702- 455. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LAPAR 0 0 242, 250 242, 250- 242, 250 0 242, 250 242. 250 242, 250 242, 250 001- 0702- 455. 04- 98 CONTRA ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 242, 250- 242, 250 242, 250- 0 242, 250- 242, 250- 242, 250- 242. 250- EXPENDITURE 408. 886 307, 250 313, 437 61107- 327, 293 13. 856- 351, 392 360, 400 369, 702 379, 611 OPERATING FM IIM I CE 408, 886 307, 250 313, 437 6, 187- 327, 293 13. 856- 351, 392 360, 400 369, 702 379. 611 CAPITAL 001- 0702- 455. 06- 01 CABH PURL SES 2, 424 1, 500 1, 160 340 0 11160 0 0 0 0 001- 0702- 455. 06- 07 RADIOS ( QVRR $ LOO) 0 1, 000 21000 1, 000- 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 2, 424 2, 500 3, 160 660- 1, 000 2, 160 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 PREPAREB 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 19: 52 EUCG4t PREPARATIal YpRRSfEE PAGE 24 PROGRAM G 601L POR PIS YEAR 1010 ACC " IUD PERIOD 09/ 2009 v A O m m C 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ry p 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROP05ED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED N O O ACCDUIlI' DUMOER ACMmn OE$ mrI l012 ACN BIIIX' ES BUIIG2T •.. VARWiCE.•• BUDGET •- VARW2CE"' BUDGET EIICCB' I BUIX. 4I BIIIX' ET m i O N N CAPITAL 2, 424 2, 500 1. 160 660- 1, 000 2, 160 1, 000 11000 1. 000 1, 000 BUS PROGRIW 2. 327, 863 2, 226, 022 2, 262. 925 38, 903- 2, 254, 978 7, 940 2, 300, 663 2. 341, 144 2, 383. 233 2, 426. 598 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BWGf PREPARATION NDRRSNEBT PAGE 25 PROGRAM 46011 MR EISGL. YBPR 2010 ACLbl0lfI11G PERIOD 09/ 2009 vp0 2009 2010 3011 2033 3013 2014 t0 N 0- 2008 2009 Rwtsm 2009 PROPOS® 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED 00 ACY' ONSI N@E3ER ACCOmff DESCRIPTION AC( tAL BDIX- EI BI] DGET ••• vARZPICE••• C BUC4L' 1' •' VARIANCE••• BIIIX- ET BUDGET BIIIX' ET BUDGET b IUD w PARKING PROGRAM W N PERSOIODIL SERVICES 001- 0702- 456. 01- 01 PAYROp 31, 303 26, 565 24, 970 1. 595 24. 574 396 24, 574 24, 574 24, 574 24, 574 A 001- 0702- 456. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OWRTIMR 0 1, 200 1, 200 0 1, 200 0 1, 200 1. 200 1, 200 1, 200 001- 0702- 456. 01- 09 PAYROLL- GENRE 11, 940 19, 115 12, 722 6, 393 L4, 769 2, 047- 14, 769 14, 769 14, 769 14, 769 BEPENDITURB 43, 243 46, 880 38, 892 7, 988 40, 543 1, 651- 40, 543 40. 543 40. 543 40. 543 I--- -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ ___-...__--- _---____---- PERSONNEL SERVICES 43, 243 46, 880 38, 892 7. 988 40, 543 1. 651- 40, 54) 40. 543 40, 543 40. 543 P[Ri( m SERVICES 001- 0702- 456. 02- 14 00tN7ACT SERVICE 1, 350 2, 000 0 2, 000 500 500- 500 SOD 500 S00 001- 0702- 456. 02- 32 PRESGBT S SKIPPING 65 75 75 0 75 0 75 85 85 95 EEPEIWITURE 1, 415 2, 075 75 2. 000 575 500- 575 585 505 595 PURCNASED SERVICES 1, 415 2, 075 75 2. 000 575 500- 575 505 585 595 OPERATING 6 MAUIf' @W. CE 001- 0702- 456. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 267 500 500 0 SOD 0 11000 11000 11000 1. 000 001- 0702- 456. 04- 08 FURNITURE 0 200 0 200 0 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0702- 456. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 100 100 0 100 0 500 S00 500 700 001- 0702- 456. 04- 20 SIGNS 163 250 250 O 250 0 300 350 350 350 001- 0702- 456. 04- 30 SUPPLIES- PARKING 8, 543 9. 641 9. 566 75 9, 575 9- 91575 9. 575 9, 575 9, 575 IXPMWIWRB 8, 973 10, 691 10, 416 215 10. 425 9- 11. 575 11, 625 11, 625 11, 825 OPERATING 6 MAIIII' BN m 8, 973 10, 691 10, 416 275 10, 425 9. 11, 575 SL, 625 11, 625 11. 825 PARRR PROGRAM 53. 631 59, 646 49, 383 10, 263 51, 543 2, 160- 52, 693 52, 753 52, 753 52, 963 PREPARED 10/ 09109, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION NORFSNEBT PAGE 26 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOVMII4G PERIOD 09/ 2009 v. Z1 O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2011 2014 N a. 2008 2009 REVI$ SD 2OD9 PROPOSED 2010 PRONSED PROPOSED PROPoSED PROPOSED 07 O ACCOONF tN! @ER ACCODNF DESCRIPTION ACTUAL pDEGET BlICG6f •'• VARIANCE••• BUM. EF •.. VARIANCE••• BUCCRT B= 327P B1 I,r B1 ET O a 4 PARCEL C w N PERSOXIML SERVICES 001- 0102- 457. 01- 01 PAYROLL 44, 016 e4, 809 44. 325 564 43. 642 683 43. 642 43, 642 43. 642 43, 642 A 001- 0702- 457. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 2, 15E 2, 500 2, 500 0 2. 500 0 2. 500 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 001- 0702- 457. 01- 09 PAYROLL. BEIBFITS 21, 939 29, 563 24, 918 4, 645 26, 124 1, 206- 26, 124 26, 124 26. 124 26, 124 EXPENDITURE 68, 713 76. 952 73, 741 5. 209 72. 266 523- 22, 266 72, 266 72. 266 72, 266 PERSOIDNEL SERVICES 68. 713 76, 952 71. 743 5, 209 72, 266 523- 72. 266 72, 266 72, 266 72, 266 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0702- 457. 02- 03 BUI3. DIlG- CLEA1lI11C/ PARCL C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3, 250 001- 0702- 457. 02- 04 BLDG MAINFEI4ANCE 9, 488 3. 600 7, 000 31400- 3, 250 3, 750 3, 250 3, 250 3, 250 3, 250 001- 0702- 457. 02- 14 CVNFRACY SERVICE 5, 772 7, 523 5, 523 21000 7, 743 2, 220- 7, 743 7, 743 7, 743 7, 743 001- 0702- 457. 02- 29 EQUIPMEI" REPAIRS 628 1, 000 1, 200 200- 765 435 765 765 765 765 001- 0702- 457. 02- 32 PRRIGHT 6 SHIPPIIW 108 440 490 0 500 60- 500 500 500 500 001- 0702- 457. 02- 44 UPILITIES 102, 893 105. 299 82, 25D 23, 049 86, 363 4, 113- 90, 681 95, 215 99, 976 104. 975 001- 0702- 457. 02- 72 SRELL/ MALL MAINTR12R22CE 2, 525 2, 121 2, 020 101 2, 121 101- 2. 121 2. 121 2, 121 2, 121 EXPENDITURE 122, 014 119, 983 98, 433 21, 550 100, 742 2, 309- 105. 060 109. 594 114, 355 122. 604 PURCHASED SERVICES 122, 014 119, 983 98. 413 21, 550 100. 742 2, 309- 105. 060 109. 594 114, 355 122, 604 OPERATING 6 MAIITIENANCE 001- 0702- 452. 04- 07 RQUIPMEIJP 400 850 850 0 430 420 500 500 500 500 001- 0702- 452. 04- 09 INSURANCE 16, 623 10. 500 6, 679 3, 821 7, 681 1, 002- 7. 835 7, 991 81151 8. 314 001- 0702- 457. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0702- 457. 04- 20 SI @NS 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0702- 457. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUZLOING 5, 857 2. 715 2, 115 0 2, 335 380 2, 335 2, 335 2, 335 2, 335 001- 0702- 457. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 7, 271 8, 620 61000 2, 620 6, 130 130- 6. 130 6, 130 6, 130 6, 130 001- 0702- 457. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- L TDSCAPING 216 200 200 0 425 225- 425 425 425 425 001- 0702- 457. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOIS 114 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0702- 457. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 117 350 350 0 350 0 350 350 350 350 EXPENDITURE 30, 598 23. 735 17, 294 6, 441 17, 851 552- 10, 075 18. 231 18) 91 18. 554 OPERATING L MARITENANCE 30. 598 23, 735 17, 294 6. 441 17, 851 557- 18. 075 18, 231 18, 391 18, 554 PARCEL C 221, 325 220, 670 187, 470 31, 200 190. 859 3. 389- 195, 401 200. 091 205. 012 213, 424 EEPRNDITUR85 2, 825. 359 2, 746, 238 2. 738, 600 7, 638 2, 743, 779 5, 179- 2, 797. 067 2, 042, 727 2, 891, 798 2, 995, 981 TRANSMRTATION 2, 825, 359 2. 746, 238 2, 73B, 600 7, 638 2. 743, 779 5, 179- 2, 797, 067 2, 842, 727 2, 891, 798 2, 995, 981 PRBPARSD 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 19: 52 laD PREFARATIIAi MORFSHI= PAGE 27 PROGRAM 471601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 1CCWITII9G PERIOD 09/ 2009 9. T1 O 07 m 6 2005 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 2008 2009 REY2SXD 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROMISED PROPOSED j ACUlrr MR ACOUMn DESCRIPTION BUT BT BUDGET BUDG4 BUBCT 4D w W N FACILITY MAI171' EIU0ICE EXPBFIDINAES O 11APERSOMICR PBRSOHIOIL SERVICES 001- 0703- 460. 01- 01 PAYROLL 0 170, 326 175, 226 4, 900- 144, 571 30. 655 144, 571 144, 571 144, 571 144, 511 001- 0703- 460. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 0 0 SOD SOD- 375 125 375 375 375 375 001- 0703- 460. 01- 09 PAYROLL - BEHEPITS 0 83, 463 88. 735 5, 272- 83, 796 4, 939 86, 600 91, 092 95. 637 100. 318 001- 0703- 460. 01- 10 T 141 76/ Re3IS1RATIONS 0 0 0 0 2, 000 2, 000- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2. 000 EXPENDITURS 0 253. 789 264. 461 10, 672- 230. 742 33, 719 233, 626 238, 038 242, 583 247, 264 PERSONNEL SERVICES 0 253. 789 264. 461 10. 672- 230. 742 33, 719 233, 626 238, 038 242, 583 247. 264 PURQHASED SERVICES 001- 0703- 460. 02- 14 0ON1' R SERVICE 0 21900 51600 2, 700- 2, 500 3, 100 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2. 500 001- 0703- 460. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 0 360 720 360- 720 0 720 720 720 720 BXPEEITURE 0 3, 260 6, 320 3, 060- 3, 220 3. 100 3, 220 3, 220 3, 220 3. 220 PURCHASED SERVICES 0 3, 260 6, 320 31060- 3,- 20 31100 3, 220 3, 220 3, 220 3, 220 OPERATING s MAINfBiWNCE 001- 0703- 460. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 197 197 0 197 0 197 197 197 197 001- 0703- 460. 04- 23 SUPPLIES- CLEA141M 0 12, 750 12, 750 0 12, 750 0 12, 750 12, 750 12. 750 12, 750 001- 0703- 46D. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 0 432 432 0 432 0 432 432 432 432 001- 0703- 460. 04- 34 @IIPORMS 0 775 775 0 775 0 775 775 775 775 001- 0703- 460. 04- 35 VEHICLE GAS 6 OIL D 31288 1, 800 1, 988 11800 0 1, 800 1, 800 1. 800 11800 001- 0703- 460. 04- 36 VEHICLE EQUIPMENP 0 0 150 150- 150 0 150 150 150 150 001- 0703- 460. 04- 37 VEHICLE INSURANCE 0 112 267 155- 294 27- 294 294 294 294 001- 0703- 460. 04- 38 VEHICLE PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 0 659 1, 000 341- 600 400 600 600 600 600 001- 0703- 460. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LABOR 0 0 4. 000 4, OD0- 2, 500 1, 500 2, 500 2, 500 21500 21500 001- 0703- 460. 04- 98 002IIRA ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 4, 000- 4. 000 2, 500- 1, 500- 2. 500- 2, 500- 21500- 2, 500- EXPENDITURE 0 18, 213 17. 371 842 16, 998 373 16, 998 16, 998 16. 998 16, 998 OPERATING 6M 1" 124WCE 0 18. 213 17. 371 842 16, 998 373 16. 990 16, 998 16, 998 16, 998 LASH PURCHASES 001- 0703- 460. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 11600 0 1, 6DO 30. 000 30, 000- 0 0 18, 464 0 EXPENDITURE 0 1, 600 0 1, 600 30, 000 30, 000- 0 0 18. 464 0 CASH PURCHASES 0 11600 0 11600 30, 000 30, 000- 0 0 18, 464 0 I------- ------------ _..._____-- __.--------- MAINTENANCE 0 276, 862 288, 152 1L, 290- 280, 960 7, 192 253. 844 258, 256 281, 265 267, 482 E% PEEITURBS 0 276, 862 288, 152 11. 290- 2BO. 960 1, 192 253, 844 258, 256 201. 265 267, 482 FACILITY MAIRTENANCE 0 276. 862 288, 152 11, 290- 280, 960 7, 192 253. 844 258, 256 281. 265 267, 482 PRLPARED 10/ 09109, 05: 19: 52 BDDGET PREPARATI011 NORRSBEET PAGE 2B PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YH 2010 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 vp0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m p a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED AC Dm" DIRIDER ACCDU[ Tf DESCRIP IOM ACNAL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET ••• VARWICE••• BULLET BUDGET BD ZT BU ET N ID ROAD 1 N 7XPmmIwRAS STREET MARELNG/ sEGIiS A P® L XIML SERVICES 001- 0704- 474. 01- 01 PAYROLL 26. 077 17. 472 25, 525 5, 053- 17. 075 51450 17, 075 17, 075 17. 075 17, 075 001- 0704- 474. 01- 08 PAYR0LL- OVERTIME 994 1, 545 11545 0 1, 545 0 11545 1, 545 1, 545 1, 545 001- 0704- 474. 01- 09 PAYR0LL- BnF3FI S 91849 10. 608 13. 129 21521- 11, 581 1, 548 11. 581 11, 581 11. 581 11, 561 EXPENDITURE 37, 720 29, 625 4D, 199 10. 514- 30, 201 91996 30. 201 30. 201 30. 201 30. 201 PERSONNEL SRRV10E9 37, 720 29, 625 40, 199 10, 574- 30. 201 91998 30, 201 30. 201 30. 201 30. 201 PURCBASED SERVICES 001- 0704- 474. 02- 14 CO2T1- RACT SERVICE 37, 188 32, 500 34. 000 1. 500- 34, 000 0 34, 000 34. 000 34. 000 34, 000 PEID3ITURE 37, 188 32, 500 34, 000 1. 500- 34, 000 0 34, 000 34, 000 34, 000 34, 000 PURIG m SERVICES 37, 180 32, 500 34, 000 11500- 34, ODD 0 34, 000 34, 000 34, 000 34, 000 OPERATING E MAINT0IANCE 001- 0704- 474. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 001- 0704- 474. 04- 20 SIGNS- N 5, 037 5, 200 51200 0 5. 200 0 5, 200 5, 200 5. 200 5. 200 001- 0704- 474. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 4, 110 4, 800 41800 0 4, 00D 0 4, 800 4. 800 4, 800 4, 800 001- 0704- 474. 04- 32 SUPPLIES-- IDOLS 1. 646 1, 300 1. 300 0 1. 300 0 11300 1, 300 1. 300 1, 300 001- 0704- 474. 04- 42 SIGNS- RZP 4, 187 61500 61500 0 6, 500 0 6, 500 6. 500 6, 500 6, 500 EXPENDITURE 15, 760 18. 400 18, 400 0 18, 400 0 18, 400 18, 400 181400 18, 400 OPERATING 6 MAII= 1E CB 15, 780 18. 400 10. 400 0 18, 400 0 181400 18. 400 18. 400 18. 400 STREET d XNG/ SIGNS 90, 688 80. 525 92, 599 12, 014- 82, 601 91998 02, 601 82, 601 82, 601 82, 601 O: x PREPA 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BVDGBI PREPARATION I P. 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OGRAM ( 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AC MnIVG PERIOD 0912009 p Q ED N 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2 O LL 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED W O O ACCOUNP N{ R40ER ACCONNF DESCRIP ION ACTUAL BOO BUDGET ••• VARIAIlC6••• BODGv ••• VARIANCE••' B i BDIX: CI' 8GOG8T BDOGE' I' W 1G fG 0 N i W N 52WN REIgVAL PERSONNEL SERVICES A 001- 0] 04- 4]5. 01- 01 PAYROLL 110. 467 129, 298 134, 766 4. 530 126, 358 1, 590- 126, 358 126, 358 136, 358 136, 358 001- 0] 04- 4]5. 01- 08 PAYROLL- DVBRTIME 69, 184 36, 675 36, 6]5 0 36, 615 0 36, 675 36. 675 36, 675 36, 675 001- 0704- 175. 01- 09 PAYROLL- B[ 3ISPITS 73, 510 79. 398 15, 512 3, 881 86, 913 11. 394- 86, 911 86, 911 86. 911 86, 911 001. 0] 04- 4] 5. 01- 10 1 IIING 973 1. 600 11600 0 1, 600 0 1, 600 1, 600 1, 600 11600 001- 0] 04- 4]5. 01- 12 TR WL 6. 733 4, 200 4, 200 0 4, 200 0 4, 200 4, 200 4, 200 4, 20D 8EP@03ITORE 260. 867 251, 171 242, 760 8, 411 255, 744 12. 984- 255. 144 255, 744 255, 744 255, 144 PERSONNEL SBRVICBS 260, 867 251, 171 242, 960 8, 411 255, 744 12, 984- 255, 744 255, 744 255. 744 255, 444 PIRtCHASED SMVICBS 001- 0704- 475. 02- 14 CONTRACT SMVICE 40, 937 36, 643 36, 643 0 36, 643 0 36. 60 36, 643 36, 643 36, 643 001- 0704- 475. 02- 15 CONTRACT SVC- SMELT RD 26. 510 29, 500 29, 500 0 29, 500 0 29. 500 29. SOO 29, 500 29, 500 003- 0704- 475. 02- 45 MILITIES- SIMRLT RD 416, 009 548, 818 375, ODO 173, 818 393, 750 18, 750- 393, 750 393, 750 393, 750 393, 750 001- 0704- 4] 5. 02-] 2 SBELL MALL MAIITE @BADGE 0 1. 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0704- 475. 02- 73 SOONMELT ROAD RECEIVABLE 109. 777- 12L. 920- 97, 500- 24, 420- 102, 375- 41875 102, 375- 102, 375- 102, 375- 102, 375- EEPENDITURE 373, 679 494, 101 344, 643 149, 458 350, 528 13, 875- 350, 518 358, 510 358. 518 358, 518 PUROBAS® SERVICES 373, 679 494. 101 344, 643 149, 458 358, 518 13, 875- 358, 518 358, 518 358. 518 358, 518 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 001- 0704- 475. 04- 03 S Iln MATER? 30, 582 29, 706 33, 206 31500- 33, 206 0 33, 206 33. 206 33. 206 33, 206 001- 0704- 475. 04- 12 MISCRLLANEWS 0 425 425 0 425 0 425 425 425 425 001- 0704- 475. 04- 26 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 76 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 001- 0704- 475. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- 7 IS 1, 305 625 625 0 625 0 625 625 625 625 001- 0704- 475. 04- 34 NIIIPORMS 4, 051 4. 000 4, 000 0 4, 000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 001- 0704- 475. 04- 47 SAFETY/ FIRST AID 4, 006 4, 120 4, 120 0 4, 120 0 4. 120 4, 120 4, 120 4, 120 EEPEMDLTORE 4D, 020 38. 976 42, 476 3, 500- 42, 476 0 42, 4]6 42, 476 42, 476 42, 476 OPERATING 6 MAIWfENANCE 4D, 020 38. 976 42, 476 31500- 42, 476 0 42, 476 42, 476 42, 476 42, 476 SNOR REMOVAL 674, 566 784. 248 629, 879 154, 369 656. 738 26. 859- 656, 738 656. 738 656, 730 656, 738 PREPARED 1009/ 09, 08: 19: 52 E 37 PREPAPATIOD RORFSHBEN PASS 30 PROGRAM G' M601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCq{ RILVG PERIOD 09/ 2009 9 p O d 0 C 3009 2010 2011 2013 3013 2014 m O 2008 2009 REVISIIJ 2OD9 PROMSED 2010 PROMSED PROMSED PROPOSED PROMSED ( J ACCOku" IRIMHER ACCOUT" DESCRIPTION AC BULLET BUIX- ET ••' VARIANCE••` BUDGET •" VARWICE'•• BUDGET BUDGET BUTGEP BUDGET A W V@1ICLE/ EQUIPNEN' 1' M2R' N J W N PERSOIDBSL SERVICES 001- 0704- 477. 01- 01 PAYROLL 40, 966 38. 440 39. 386 946- A 7, 566 1, 820 33, 566 31. 566 37. 566 37. 566 001- 0704- 477. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 4, 350 1, 030 1, 030 0 1, 030 0 1, 030 1, 030 11030 11030 001- 0704- 433. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BBNEpTTS 22, 90 23, 222 25, 225 2, 003- 25, 363 138- 25, 363 25, 363 25, 363 25. 363 EXPENDITURE 68, 259 62, 692 65. 641 2, 949- 63, 959 1. 602 63. 959 63, 959 63, 959 63. 959 PE' IHTBL SERVICES 68, 259 62, 692 65, 641 2. 949- 63, 959 1. 682 63, 959 63. 959 63, 959 63. 959 PURCH w SERVICES 001- 0704- 407. 02- 29 EQUIPNIDYI- REPAIRS 0 625 625 0 625 0 625 625 625 625 001- 0704- 437. 02- 32 FREICEI/ SHIPPING CHARGES 39 500 S00 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0704- 473. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 756 825 025 0 825 0 825 825 825 825 001- 0704- 473. 02- 46 VEHICLE- P. EPAIRS 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 0 1. 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1. 000 EXPElmil' URE 1, 795 2, 950 2, 950 0 2. 950 0 2. 950 2, 950 2, 950 2, 950 PURCHASED SERVICES 1, 795 2, 950 2, 950 0 2, 950 0 2, 950 2, 950 2, 950 2. 950 OPERATING 6m& JN7E13A13CE 001- 0704- 433. 04- 12 MISCELLAI4WUS 204 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 350 250 001- 0704- 437. 04- 16 RADIOS SIB 1, 250 1, 250 0 1, 250 0 1, 250 1. 250 1. 250 11250 001- 0304- 477. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 0 575 575 0 575 0 575 575 535 535 001- 0704- 473. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 73, 098 70. 995 43, 078 27, 917 45, 232 2, 154- 45, 232 45, 232 45, 232 45, 232 001- 0704- 473. 04- 36 VEHICLE- EQUIPHENT 34, 943 20, 835 26, 949 6, 114- 20, 835 6. 114 20, 035 20, 835 20, 835 20, 835 001- 0304- 477. 04- 97 VEHICLE- IIiSUPANCH 7, 991 0. 791 1. 730 1, 061 8. 503 773- 8. 503 8, 503 8, 503 8. 502 001- 0304- 477. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PAR7S 6 SUPPLIES 78. 426 51, 450 53. 620 2, 170- 20, 620 25. 000 28. 620 28, 620 20. 620 28. 620 001- 0704- 477. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LADOR 0 0 54, 000 54, 000- 54, 000 0 54, 000 54. 000 54, 000 54. 000 001- 0704- 477. 04- 98 CON' 3' RT ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 54, 000- 54, 000 54, 000- 0 54, 000- 54, 000- 54, 000- 54, 000- REPENDITURE 195. 540 154, L46 133, 452 20, 694 105, 265 20. 187 105, 265 105. 265 105, 265 105, 265 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 195, 540 154. 146 L33. 452 20, 694 105. 265 28. 187 105. 265 105, 265 105, 265 105, 265 CAPITAL 001- 0704- 473. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASRS 0 210, 633 187, 378 23, 255 439, 670 252. 292- 343, 981 359, 333 0 220, 609 EXPENDITURE 0 210, 633 1071378 23, 255 439, 670 252. 292- 343, 901 359, 333 0 220, 609 CAPITAL 0 210. 633 187, 378 23, 255 439. 670 252. 292- 143, 981 359, 333 0 220, 609 VEHICLE/ EQUIPM n MND3 265. 594 430. 421 389, 421 41, 000 611, 844 222, 423- 516, 155 531, 507 172, 174 392, 783 PREPARED 10/ 09109, 08: 19: 52 BU UT PREPARATIWi i RRSHEET PAGE 31 PROGRAH GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUIITING PERIOD 09/ 2009 d d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 N p d 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPoSED 2010 PROPoS¢ D PROPOSED PROPoSED PROPOSED ACCOUtdI' IEFIOER ACCOUNT D65CRIPIIOry ACTDAL BUWET BUDGET •" VARIANCE••• BUDGET `•+ VARIANCE••• B0 GET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET N T N r STREET MAIfNTSW1C6 W N PERS01RML SERVICES 001- 0109- 4]8, 01- 01 PAYROLL 152, 949 146, 7]1 125, 914 20, 857 143. 433 17, 519- 143, 433 143, 433 143, 433 143, 433 A 001- 0704- 478- 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 17, 193 22, 323 22, 323 0 22, 323 0 22, 323 22, 323 22, 323 22, 323 001- 0704- 478. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEIMPITS 72. 512 89, 573 72, 478 L2, 095 97, 727 25, 249- 9],] 27 97, 727 9], 727 9],] 27 001- 0704- 478- 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 11570 11] 00 1, 700 0 1, 700 0 1, 700 1, 700 11] 00 1, 700 001- 0704- 478. 01- 12 TRAVEL 2, 543 1, 200 1. 200 0 1, 200 0 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 EXPENDITURE 247, 367 261, 567 223, 615 37, 952 266, 383 42, 268- 266, 383 266. 183 266, 183 266, 383 PERSONNEL SERVICES 247, 367 261, 567 223, 615 37, 952 266, 383 42, 768- 266, 383 266, 383 266, 383 266, 383 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0704- 478. 02- 14 CONIRACT SERVICE 7, 339 16, 000 11600 14, 400 1, 600 0 1, 600 1, 600 11600 1, 600 001- 0704- 478. 02- 43 TELBPH0NE 11208 2, 580 2, 100 400 2, 100 0 2, 100 2, 100 2. 100 21100 001- 0104- 479. 02- 44 VPILITIES 9, 474 5, 150 51150 0 5, 150 0 5, 150 5, 150 51150 . 5, 150 EXPENDITURE 18, D21 23, 730 81850 14, 080 8, 850 0 8, 850 8. 050 0, 850 8, 850 PURCHASED SERVICES 10, 021 23, 730 01850 14, 080 8, 850 0 8, 850 81850 8. 850 81850 OPERATING fi MAINC@WSCE 001- 0704- 478. 04- 12 MISCELL UEOUS 2, 420 1, 200 1, 200 D 1. 200 0 1, 200 11200 1, 200 1, 200 DO1- 0704- 478. 04- 13 PAVIIIG/ RA MATRRIALS 15. 502 16, 000 16, 000 0 16, 000 0 16, 000 16, 000 16, 000 16, 000 001- 0704- 478. 04- 14 ROAD MATERIAL TRASH 0 5, 500 5, 500 O 51500 0 5. 500 5, 500 5. 500 5, 500 001- 0704- 478. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 919 1, 500 1. 500 0 11500 0 11500 11500 1, 500 1, 500 001- 0704- 478. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TV 628 700 700 0 700 - 0 700 700 700 700 OD1- 07Di- 478. 04- 44 SUPPLIES- STRRST LIG S 3, D94 2, 600 2, 600 0 2, 600 0 2, 600 2, 600 2, 600 2, 600 EXPENDITURH 22, 563 27, 500 27. 500 0 27, 500 0 27, 500 27, 500 27, 500 27, 500 OPERATING 6 MAINPENANCE 22, 563 27, 500 27, 500 0 27, 500 0 27, 500 27, 500 27, 500 27, 500 CAPITAL 001- 0704- 478. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 11589 1, 645 1, 645 0 1, 645 0 31000 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 11589 1, 645 1, 6a5 0 1, 645 0 3, 000 0 0 0 CAPITAL 11589 1, 645 1, 645 0 1, 645 0 3, 000 0 0 0 STREET MAINTENANCE 289, 540 314, 442 261, 610 52, 832 304, 378 42, 768- 305, 733 302, 733 302, 733 302, 733 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION NORRSHRRT PAGE 32 PROGRAM GH601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 vA0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 WS 0 G 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROWSED 01 D ACCOUNT 1lIR0RR A= tTI' OESCRIPITON AC BUDGET BUDGET +" VARIANCE"+ BUDGET "• VARIANCE••' BODCET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET T alD O N COIMUNITY SHRVICE WW N PERSONNEL SERVICES 001- 0704- 409. 01- 01 PAYROLL 17, 612 11, 492 18, 933 1, 461- 14, 225 4, 908 14, 225 14. 225 14, 225 14. 225 a 001- 0704- 479. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 876 1, 648 L, 648 0 1, 648 0 1, 648 1. 648 1, 646 1. 648 001- 0704- 479. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 9. 337 10, 614 1L, 221 607- 11, 586 365- 1 , 586 11, 556 11, 556 11, 586 EIXPENDITURB 27, 025 31, 002 9- 27, 459 4, 341 277, 459 27, 459 27, 459 27, 459 PERSONNEL SERVICES 27, 825 29, 734 31, 002 2, 068- 27, 459 4, 343 27, 459 27, 459 27, 459 27, 459 OPERATING 6 MAINTEVA ICE 001- 0704- 479. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 373 525 525 0 525 0 525 525 525 525 EP®.' DITURE 373 525 525 0 525 0 525 525 525 525 OPERATING b MAINTENANCE 373 525 525 0 525 0 525 525 525 525 C LAITY SERVICE 28.. 190 30, 259 32, 327 2, 068- 27, 984 4, 343 27, 984 27, 984 27, 984 27, 984 EXPENDITURES 1, 348, 586 1, 639, 895 1, 405, 936 234, 059 1, 603, 545 277, 709- 1, 589, 211 1, 601, 563 1, 242. 230 1, 462, 839 ROAD 1, 348, 586 1, 639, 095 1, 405, 836 234, 059 1, 683, 545 277, 709- 1, 589, 211 11601, 563 1, 242, 230 1. 462, 839 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 0110G8T PREPAPATION NORISEEBT PAGE 33 PROORIW GM601L POR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AC VTII* PERIOD 09/ 2009 Um C) 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 tp N O. 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSM PROMISED RROPOS® PROPOSED m O ACCOIR>' P NIMBER AC tPTI DESCRIPTION AC1VA1. BUDGET BDECET +•• VARI CE... EMS" "• VARIANCE"• BUDSEP BUECET BUDGET BUOGEP W O O 0 O O N SOLID NAS1' E W N EXPENDITURES TRASH PICKUP A PBR90Mml, SERVICES 001- 0205- 485. 01- D1 PAYROLL 184, 055 172, 950 165, 489 1, 261 100, 675 5, 106- 190, 605 170. 675 270, 675 120, 675 001- 0705- 485. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 30. 757 22, 570 19, 719 9, 851 13, 420 6, 291 13. 426 13, 428 13, 428 13, 428 001- 0705- 485. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BBNEPITS 86, 821 97, 242 90, 168 7. 074 102. 960 17, 792- 111, 994 118, 165 124. 522 131. 069 001- 0705- 485. 01- 10 TPAIN[ IIG/ REGISTRATIONS 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 001- 0205- 485. 01- 12 TRAVRL 22 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 RXPENDIIURB 301. 655 298, 062 275, 876 22. 106 292, 563 16, 687- 296, 597 302, 768 309, 125 315, 672 PERSOtMEL SERVICES 301. 655 298, 062 275, 876 22, 186 292, 563 16, 687- 296. 597 302, 768 309, 125 315, 672 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0705- 485. 02- 14 CONIBACT SERVICE 14. 911 2, 500 3, 000 500- 2. 500 500 2, 500 2, 500 2. 500 2, 500 001- 0705- 485. 02- 22 DUMP PEES 143, 055 132. 047 140, 468 8. 421- 140, 468 0 140, 468 140. 468 140. 468 140. 468 001- 0705- 485. 02- 23 DUMP PEES/ TIRES 1, 250 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 21500 21500 2. 500 2, 500 001- 0205- 485. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 439 475 475 0 475 0 425 475 475 475 EXPENDITURE 159. 655 L37, 522 146, 443 8, 921- 145, 943 500 145. 943 145, 943 16. 943 145, 943 PURCHASED SERVICES 159. 655 137, 522 146, 443 8, 921- 145, 943 500 145. 943 145, 943 145. 943 145, 943 OPERATING 6 MAL2PP@IAHCE 001- 0705- 485. 04- 06 DUE6, ME003ERSHIPS, SUBSCAZP 0 160 160 0 160 0 160 160 160 160 001- 0705- 485. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 214 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0705- 485. 04- 22 SIWRLIES- BUILDING 350 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 001- 0705- 485. 04- 20 BlIPPLIES- OFFICE 208 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0705- 485, 04- 32 SBPPLIES-'] COLS 614 500 1, 000 500- 11000 0 1, 000 1. 000 11000 1. 000 001- 0705- 485. 04- 34 U112PORMS 2, 355 3, 000 31000 0 3. 000 0 3. 000 31000 3, 000 3, 000 EXPENDITURE 3. 741 4, 860 5, 360 500- 5, 360 0 5. 360 5, 360 5. 360 5, 360 OPERATING a MA11TIENANCE 3, 741 4, 860 5, 360 500- 5, 360 0 5, 360 5. 360 5, 360 5. 360 CAPITAL 001- 0705- 485. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 11, 044 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2. 000 EXPENDITURE 11, 044 2, 000 21000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2. 000 CAPITAL 11, 044 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 TRASH PICKUP 476, 095 442, 444 429, 679 12, 765 46, 866 16, 187- 449. 900 456. 071 462, 428 468, 975 PREP 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BEoDGET PREP oll WOMSHECT RAGE 34 FRO 601L MR Fl YEAR 20LO COURI71Ho PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ms 2008 2009 R ISED 2009 PROPOSM 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED Mons= PROMSED 0 0 f u mm DOSCRIPTION A B rr BIJOoRT ... VMIAICZ... BIJDGET stjos EtYDGET BIJDG w< s VERI=PlotSOMML SERVICES 001- 0705- 486. 01- 01 PA ROIZ 8. 674 11. 516 10. 401 11115 IL. 378 977- 11. 376 11, 370 11. 370 11, 378 001- 0705- 486. 01- 08 PAYMLL- O Tl 1. 506 2. 144 1. t54 990 1, 183 29- 11183 1. 183 1, 183 1. 183 001- 0705- 486. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BEUMFITS 5. 112 61501 6, 087 14 7, 188 1. 101- 7, 186 7. 188 71180 7. 188 EXPENDITI; Rs 15, 292 20. 161 17, 642 2, 519 19. 749 2, 107- 19, 749 19, 749 19, 749 19. 749 PERSOks L SERVI S 15, 292 20. Lfii 1?. 642 2, 53.9 19, 749 2. 107- 19, 749 19. 749 19. 749 19, 749 PMCHMSD smvl 001- 0705- 486. 02- 41 RADIOS- REV 0 100 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 EXPEUTD171JR0 0 100 too 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 I---- ------------ PUR ksm SERVICES 0 100 100 0 100 a 100 100 100 100 OPERATING . NAI 4CB 001- 0705- 406. 04- 35 VEHICW- GM & OIL 39, 272 45. 451. 24, S31 20. 920 2S. 758 1, 227- 25, 758 25. 758 25, 758 25, 758 001- 0705- 486. 04- 36 ICLB- EQUXP" 558 300 300 0 300 0 300 300 300 3DO 001- 0705- 4a6. 04- 37 VERICLS- IK M 2, 018 2. 220 1. 894 326 2, 083 109- 2, 145 2, 210 2, 344 2. 344 001- 0705- 486. 04- 3B VRHICLH- P & PDIHS 40. 977 15, 000 is. 000 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 15. 000 15. 000 15. 000 002- 0? 05- 486. 04- 39 VEII- LXBOR 0 0 is, 000 ls 000- 20, 000 5, 000- 20. 000 2o' Qoo 20. 000 2G. 000 001- 0705- 486. 04- 98 CVI A VXHICLE R 0 0 is, 000- 15. 000 20, 000- 5, 000 20, 000. 20, 000- 20, 000- 20, 000- RXPENDIWRH 82, 825 62. 971 42, 725 2L, 246 43, 141 1, 416- 43, 203 43, 268 43, 402 43, 402 OPHFikTirm . W` TNI CE 82, 825 62. 971 41, 725 21, 246 43, 141 1, 16- 43. 203 43. 268 43, 402 43. 402 IT" 001- 0705- 486. 06- 01 MR S 0 0 0 0 172, 182 1?2, 182- 165. 550 0 0 168. 412 DITURR 0 0 0 0 172, 182 172. 182- 16S. 550 0 0 168, 412 0 0 0 0 172, 182 172, la2- 165. 550 0 a 168, 412 VE111CLE IRTEHANCE 98, 117 83, 232 59, 467 23, 765 235, 172 175. 705- 228 602 63, 117 63, 251 231 663 PREPMM 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 800062 PR 33PARATIw M0RE. 9HIRT PAGE 35 PROGRAM @ 601L MR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOU2TPOG PnIOD 09/ 2009 N O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 N G 6 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PRO1b5m 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PI: OMISRD PR0PO p ACL m M0146ER ACCtlUKC DESCRIPTION ACTIRL BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARIAI B..• BUDGET •.• VARLWCE•• e BUL(: EI BUDGET BUDGET BUOGEP 40 p 40 N N W RECYCLING PE IMZRL SERVICES A 001- 0005- 180. 01- 01 PAYROLL 24, 144 25, 136 27, 745 2, 409- 25. 032 2, 713 25, 032 25, 032 25, 032 25, 032 001- 0705- 488. 01- 08 PAYRO"- OVEIPIIME 4. 031 4, 288 3. 428 060 3. 514 86- 3. 514 3; 514 3. 514 3, 514 001- 0705- 488. 01- 09 PA".. OLL- BENEPIT9 16, 153 14, 276 19. 496 5. 220- 15. 865 3, 631 15. 865 15, 865 15. 865 15, 865 EAPEUDITORE 44, 931 43. 900 50, 669 6, 769- 44. 411 6, 258 44, 411 44, 411 44. 411 44, 411 PERSOIIIIEL SERVICES 44. 931 43, 900 50, 669 6. 769- 44, 411 6, 258 44. 411 44, 411 44. 411 44, 411 OPERATING 6 MAIHT61KNC6 001- 0705- 488. 04- 77 RECYCLING EDUCATION 48 0 11000 11000- 1, 000 0 11000 11000 11000 1, 000 6% PENDLTURE 48 0 1, 000 1, 000- 11000 0 1. 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 OPH TL2AG 6 mlfm21N4CE 48 0 1. 000 1. 000- 1, 000 O 1, 000 11000 1. 000 1, 000 CAPITAL 001- 0705- 488. 06- 01 CASH PURL ES 4, 134 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 E% PENDITURE 4. 134 500 500 0 500 0 500 S00 500 500 CAPITAL 4, 134 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 RECYCLING 491113 44, 400 52. 169 11769- 45, 911 6, 25B 45, 911 45, 912 45, 911 45, 911 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 WOO= PREPARAIION MBEP 1I PAGE 36 PROGRAM GN601L MR P15CAL YEAR 2010 ALR% RI n PERIOD 09/ 2009 0A0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 40 H 2008 2009 REVISM 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED m O AGCOUIfP NILIBER ACCOU" DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUDGET BUM. FI ••` VARIAIICE••• BUDGET ••` VARIANCE•" BIIIX- ET BUDGET BUDGET BUW- SI' 0 40 0 O N P. OLWPP W N PBRSOI018L SERVICES 001- 0705- 489. 01- 01 PAYROLL LB, 598 20. 730 21, 039 1, 007- 20. 481 1, 256 20. 481 20, 481 20, 481 20. 481 A 001- 0705- 489. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 250 11225 400 825 410 10- 410 410 410 410 001- 0705- 489. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BIQRVTT 8. 023 11, 543 12, 475 932- 12, 844 369- 12, 844 12, 844 12, 844 12, 844 MPEOVITURE 26. 891 33, 498 34, 612 1, 114- 33, 735 877 33. 735 33. 935 33, 735 33. 735 PERSONNEL SERVICES 26, 871 33, 498 34. 612 1. 114- 33, 735 877 33, 735 33, 735 33. 735 33, 735 PIDICNAB® SERVICES 001- 0705- 489. 02- 16 CONP6 JM CE] TI'81I 6, 284 9. 170 8, 699 471 8. 699 0 8, 699 8, 699 8. 699 8, 699 001- 0705- 489. 02- 17 PARCEL C 10, 091 11, 645 12. 623 978- 12, 623 0 12, 623 12, 623 12, 623 12, 623 001- 0705- 489. 02- 18 TIMBEBMILL 3, 307 3, 668 2, 527 1, 141 2, 527 0 2, 527 2, 527 2. 527 2, 527 001- 0705- 409. 02- 21 MISCELLANEOUS ROLLS 15, 665 6. 114 15, 000 6, 886- 15, 000 0 15. 000 15, 000 15. 000 15, 000 001- 0705- 489. 02- 65 SILVm! IREE 1, 029 10, 148 10, 521 373- 10, 521 0 10, 521 10, 521 10, 521 10, 521 001- 0705- 409- 02- 66 SIX) M S CLUB 5, 935 6, 725 7, 731 1. 006- 7, 731 0 7. 731 7, 731 7, 731 7, 731 001- 0705- 489. 02- 67 ASPEII SEIING COMPANY 9, 769 11. 004 13, 595 2, 591- 13. 595 0 13. 595 13, 595 13. 595 13, 595 001- 0705- 489. 02- 68 CRESIVOOD 6. 064 6, 725 7, 603 878- 7. 603 0 7, 603 7, 603 7, 603 7, 603 001- 0705- 489. 02- 69 BASE VILLAGE 902 11, 660 10, 026 1, 634 10, 026 0 10, 026 10, 026 10. 026 10, 026 EEPENI3ITUBE 65, 846 76, 859 88, 325 11, 466- 88. 325 0 88, 325 88, 325 88. 325 88. 325 PURCHASED SERVICES 65, 8x6 76, 859 88, 325 11, 466- 88, 325 0 88, 325 88, 325 88, 325 88. 325 OPERATING 6 HAINPENANCE 001- 0705- 489. 04- 12 MISCELL, IEOUS 59 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 001- 0 705- 489. 04- 23 SUPPLIBS- CLEA1ING 0 200 200 0 200 0 200 200 200 200 EIPEIDITURE 59 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 OPERATING S MAINITNANCE 59 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 ROLLOPP 92, 776 1101757 123, 337 12, 580- 122, 460 877 122, 460 122, 460 122. 460 122, 460 EIPEND3TUEE, a 716, 101 680, 833 664, 652 16. 181 849, 409 184, 757- 046. 873 687, 559 694, 050 869, 009 SOLID WASTE 716. 101 680, 833 664, 652 16, 181 849, 409 184, 757- 846, 873 687, 559 694, 050 869, 009 PREPARED 10/ 09109, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION WO XE8 PADS 37 PROGRAH ( 601L MR FlS YPAR 2010 ACC01R7. un PERIOD 09/ 2009 D; o 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 0 a 0 2008 2009 REVIS® 2009 PFoO m 2010 PROPOS® PP. OMSM PROPOS® PROPOSED O O AGLtlU1IP IIVIfBHf ACNUNf DBSCRIPTI021 ACTIPL DDDGCI ELEIGCI' `•• VARIAIA' 8••• BDU: 41' ••• VARIANCE••• BDE(- ET 8DDG8' 1' BUDGET BUIX' ET MOP W V RPESIDIT w FLEET M, ZM3 EN1' a PBRSOPMEL SERVIaS 001- 0706- 491. 01- OL PAYROLL 38, 525 44, 466 51, 909 7, 241- 44, 039 6. 970 44, 739 44, 139 44, 739 44, 739 001- 0706- 491. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVEILTIME 1, 937 0 451 451- 451 0 451 451 451 0 001- 0706- 491. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 12, 343 16, 325 17, 819 1, 494- 16, 902 917 16. 902 16, 902 16, 902 16, 902 001- 0706- 491. 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 0 200 200- 0 200 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 491. 01- 12 TRAVEL 209 0 150 150- 0 150 0 0 0 0 MPEIN3ITORE 53, 014 60. 791 70, 329 9, 538- 62, 092 0, 237 62. 092 62, 092 62, 092 61, 641 PERSONNEL SERVICES 53, 01. 60, 791 70, 329 9, 538- 62, 092 8. 237 62. 092 62, 092 62, 092 61, 641 PURCHASED 502VICES 001- 0706- 491. 02- 14 03NFPAGT SERVICE 175 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 491. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIR 164 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EIP81N1ITNRE 339 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I_ ____________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ______________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ PGREBAF. ED SERVICES 339 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OP® TING I MAINTENANCE 001- 0706- 491. 04- 06 IMS, MEMBEFSRIPS. SOBSCR3P 420 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 491. 04- 28 SU PLISS- O1710E 952 6m 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 E1( P82N7IT 1, 372 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 OPO TING 6 MAINTENANCE 1, 312 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 FL= M11AGEMENT 54, 725 61, 391 70, 929 9, 538- 62, 692 8. 237 62, 692 62, 692 62, 692 62, 241 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 38 PROGRAM GM6014 FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 O 2009 1010 2011 2012 2011 2014 U3 O 2 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ACTWL BUDGET BUDGET •.- VARIANCE--. BUDGET •.. VARIAHCE• r• O BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET N co w O N N) VESICLE MAI2NT @W2CE L) N PERSONNEL SERVICES A 001- 0706- 492. 01- 0 PAYROLL 235, 549 261, 279 211, 516 22, 163 255, 655 14, 139- 355. 655 355, 655 255, 655 255, 655 001- 0706- 993. 01- 094 PAYROLL- HATER 6 SAIIITAN 3, 690- 400- 0 400- D 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 492. 01- 05 PAYROLL- S• MASS WILDCAT 2, 103- 400- 0 900- 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 492. 01- 06 PAYROLL- BILLED OUT 32, 304- 15, 000- O 15, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 492. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 22, 656 2, 450 5, 363 2, 913- 3, 897 1, 466 3. 897 3, 897 3, 897 3, 897 001- 0706- 492. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENRFITS 94, 607 113, 127 90, 604 14, 523 114, 006 15, 402- 118, 018 124, 157 130, 480 136, 993 001- 0706- 492. 01- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 6, 64E 2, 493 2, 493 0 2, 493 0 2, 493 2, 493 2, 493 2. 493 001- 0706- 492. 01- 12 TRAVEL 11916 2, 557 2. 557 0 2, 557 0 2, 557 2, 557 2, 557 2, 557 EXPE3EITURB 329, 279 369. 106 350. 533 378, 608 28, 075- 382, 620 - 88. 159 395. 082 401, 595 PERSONNEL SERVICES 324, 279 369, 106 350. 533 18. 571 378, 608 28, 075- 382, 620 380. 759 395. 082 401, 595 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0706- 492. 02- 14 COT CT SERVICE 9, 129 2; 922 2. 922 0 2, 922 0 2, 922 2. 922 2, 922 2, 922 001- 0706- 492. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT- REPAIRS 765 1, 602 1. 602 0 1, 602 0 1, 602 1, 602 1. 602 1, 602 001- 0706- 492. 02- 32 PREIGBT/ SHIPPING CHARGES 0 84 84 0 84 0 04 09 84 84 001- 0706- 492. 02- 41 RADIOS- REPAIRS 179 179 179 0 179 0 179 179 179 179 001- 0706- 492. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 561 179 179 0 179 0 179 179 179 179 E% PCIEITVIU 5, 629 41966 4, 966 0 9, 966 0 4, 966 4, 966 4, 966 4, 966 PURCHASED SERVICES 5, 629 4, 966 4. 966 0 4, 966 0 41966 4. 966 4, 966 4, 966 OPERATING 6 MAINTR1WiCR 001- 0706- 492. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 307 306 306 0 306 0 306 306 306 306 001- 0706- 492. 04- 23 SUPPLIRS- CLEANING 2, 680 0 000 800- 800 0 800 800 800 800 001- 0706- 492. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 358 450 450 0 450 0 450 450 450 450 001- 0706- 492. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 6. 072 1, 822 3, 000 1, 178- 31000 0 3. 000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0706- 492. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 5, 209 2, 329 21329 0 2, 329 0 2, 339 2, 329 2, 329 2, 329 001- 0706- 492. 04- 35 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 3, 410 2, 056 11497 559 1, 572 75- 1, 572 1, 572 1, 512 1, 572 001- 0706- 492. 04- 36 VRRICLE- EOUIPM® NT 368 299 299 0 299 0 299 299 299 299' 001- 0706- 492. 04- 37 VEHICLE- INSURANCE 54 59 79 20- 07 8- 07 87 07 87 001- 0706- 492. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARTS L SUPPLIES 1, 429 530 30 0 530 0 530 530 530 530 001- 0706- 492. 04- 39 VEHICLES- LABOR 0 0 1, 500 11500- 11500 0 11500 11500 1, 500 11500 001- 0706- 492. 04- 45 SUPPLIES- VEHICLE HARDWARE 6. 795 8, 034 8, 034 0 8, 034 0 8, 034 81034 8, 034 B4O34 001- 0706- 492. 04- 98 CONTRA ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 0 1, 50D- 11500 1, 500- 0 11500- 11500- 1, 500- 11500- EXPENDITURE 26, 690 15, 885 17, 324 1, 939- 17, 407 83- 17, 407 17, 407 17, 407 17, 407 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 26, 690 15, B85 17, 324 1, 439- 17, 407 83- 17, 407 17, 407 17, 407 17, 407 CAPITAL 001- 0706- 492. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 28, 707 28, 707- 19, 176 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 28, 707 28, 707- 19, 176 0 0 0 CAPITAL 0 0 0 0 28, 707 2B, 707- 19, 176 0 0 0 VEHICLE MAINTEIWNCE 356, 598 389. 957 372, 023 17, 134 429, 688 56, 865- 424. 169 411, 132 417, 455 423, 968 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGL+ T PREPARATIOII MORRSRRBC PAGE 39 PROCRM GM60IL MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACIXARTIDG PERIOD 09/ 2009 vAO 0 0 P. 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Q d 2008 2009 EVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED ACYVURf IMIDER ACLOUNP DESCRIPTION ACTWI. BUDGET BUDGSI ••• VARINiCB••• BUDGET ••• VmL,, RE••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET n BUDG4l O N BUILDLIG 6 GROUNDS T W N PERSONNEL SERVZCRS A 001- 0706- 493. 01- 01 PAYROLL 119, 005 29, 591 27, 350 2. 193 30, 041 2, 643- 30, 0 30, 041 30, 041 30, 041 001- 0706- 491. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 2, 632 0 50 50- 50 0 5050 50 50 50 001- 0706- 493. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 57, 614 11, 838 10, 439 11399 12, 008 1, 569- 12, 008 12, 008 12. 008 12, 008 EXPENDITURE 179, 251 41, 429 37. BB7 3, 542 42, 099 4, 212- 42. 099 42, 099 42, 099 42, 099 PERSONNEL SERVICES 179, 251 41. 429 37, 887 3, 542 42, 099 4, 212- 42, 099 42, 099 42, 099 42, 099 PURCBASED SERVICES 001- 0706- 493. 02- 04 BUILDING- MAINTENA[ ICB 15, 512 8, 540 8. 540 0 81540 0 8, 540 8, 540 8. 540 8, 540 001- 0706- 493. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 4, 144 10. 197 10. 197 0 10, 197 0 10, 197 10, 197 10. 197 10, 197 001- 0706- 493. 02- 29 EQUIPM - REPAIRS 1. 823 4, 371 4. 371 0 4, 371 0 4, 371 4, 371 4, 371 4, 371 001- 0706- 493. 02- 43 TS ZFHONE 360 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 02- 44 UTILITIES 18. 604 771BB7 77, 000 807 00, 050 3, 850- 80. 850 80, 850 00. 850 80, 850 EXPENDITURE 100, 443 100. 995 100, 108 887 103, 958 3. 850- 103. 958 103, 958 103. 958 103, 958 PURC1 w SERVICES 100, 443 100, 995 100, 108 887 103, 958 3. 850- 103. 958 103, 958 103, 958 103, 958 OPERATING b MAIRTEw: CE 001- 0706- 493. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 651 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 22 SVPPLIES- BUILDING 10, 810 51300 5, 300 0 5, 300 0 5. 300 5, 300 5, 300 5. 300 001- 0706- 493. 04- 23 SVPPLI85- CLEANING 14, 386 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- 70OLS 667 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 34 HNIFOBMS 681 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 35 VEHICLE - GAS 6 OIL 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 36 VEHICLE - EQUIPhUU" 156 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0706- 493. 04- 37 VEHICLE - INSURANCE 101 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 27, 464 5. 300 5, 300 0 51300 0 5. 300 5, 300 5, 300 5, 300 OPERATING s MAINFE NCB 27, 464 51300 51300 0 5, 300 0 5. 300 5, 300 5, 300 5. 300 CAPITAL 001- 0706- 493. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASSS 30, 512 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPEIDITURB 30, 512 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I- ------------ CAPITAL 30, 512 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BUILDING 6 GMMDS 337, 670 147, 724 143, 295 4, 429 151, 357 8, 062- 151, 357 151, 357 151, 357 151, 357 EXPENDITURES 748, 993 599, 072 587, 047 12, 025 643. 737 56, 650- 638. 218 625, 181 631, 504 637, 566 I ____________ ___________ I -------------- ------------ .________. --- ------------ ____________ ------------ ---.-------- SHOP 748, 993 599. 072 587. 047 12, 025 643. 737 56. 690- 638. 218 625, 181 631, 504 637, 566 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION WORKSHEET PAGE 40 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACLtlUNILiG PERI00 09/ 2009 vz0 2009 2010 3011 2012 2013 2014 40 N a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PP. OPOSBD 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PMPUSED PROPOSED O A= MM JD , B ACNDIIP OESCRIPPIGN ACNAL BUDGET BUCGEf' •.• VARIAIICE••• BUD GET ..` VARINCE... BUBT BUIXET BGEI p BBDf EI L fD 4p PARES Alm TRAILS MADMUZC W N ESP@4DITURES PARRS AND TRAILS a PER M1EL SERVICES 001- 0707, 494. 01- 06 PAYROLL- SEASONAL 191, 518 151, 325 138, 735 12, 590 94, 982 63, 753 74, 982 94, 982 74, 982 74, 982 001- 0707- 494. 01- 08 PAYROLL - OVEPTIMH 8, 233 0 2. 701 2, 701- 0 2, 701 0 0 D 0 001- 0707- 494. 01- 09 PAYROLL - BHdLPTTS 75, 592 54, 014 61. 676 7, 662- 40. 647 21, 029 40. 647 40, 647 40, 647 40, 647 001- 0707- 494. 01- 10 TRAINING/ R& GISTRATION$ 180 1, 554 1, 554 0 1, 554 0 1, 554 1, 554 1, 554 1, 554 001- 0707- 494. 01- 12 TRAVEL 0 2. 575 0 2, 575 0 0 0 0 0 0 EKPEIIlD 275, 523 209. 468 204, 666 4, 802 117, 183 87, 483 117, 183 117, 183 117, 103 117, 183 I--- •------_ I--- ------------ -------- ----- '_---- I----- --__--------•- ------------ ------------ ------------ -----.------ PERSOITREL SERVICES 275, 523 209, 468 204, 666 4, 802 117, 103 87, 483 117, 183 117, 183 117, 183 117, 183 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0707- 494, 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 94, 984 80, 000 80, 000 0 65. 000 15, 000 20, 348 25. 348 30, 348 35. 348 001- 0707- 494. 02- 32 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING CBARGPS 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 02- 41 RADIO- REPAIRS 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 1. 645 1, 200 2, 400 1. 200- 1, 600 600 1. 800 11600 11800 1, 800 001- 0707- 494. 02- 44 UTILITIES 6, 674 3, 492 65. 000 61, 508- 5, 000 60. 000 5, 000 5, 000 5. 000 5, 000 001- 0707- 494. 02- 46 VEEICLS- REPAIRS 0 SOB 508 0 508 0 508 508 508 508 001- 0707- 494. 02- 47 REED COlMOL 36, 769 20, 000 10, 000 10, 000 0 10. 000 0 0 0 0 EEPEMTI . E 140, 198 105, 200 157, 908 52, 708- 12, 308 85. 600 27, 656 32, 656 37, 656 42, 656 PURCH m SERVICES 140, 178 105, 200 157, 908 52, 708- 72, 308 85, 600 27. 656 32, 656 37, 656 42, 656 OPERATING 6 NAINTEIIANCE 001- 0707- 494. 04- 01 ADVERTISING 0 1, 300 0 1, 700 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494, 04- 06 DUES, MHMBERSHIPS, SUBSCRPN 0 325 325 0 0 325 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 12 MISCHLLANEOUS 2, 169 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 13 PAVING- RAM MAT BIALS 64, 102 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 15 PRIATING 10, 438 0 0 0 10, 609 10, 609- 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 82, 744 66, 950 30, OOD 36, 950 10, 000 20, 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 123 129 129 0 129 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494, 04- 32 SUPPLIES- 7K)O S 5, 726 2, 186 0 2, 186 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 04- 35 VENICLR- GAS 6 OIL 18. 684 12, 307 10, 734 1, 573 2, 683 8, 051 2, 683 2, 683 2, 681 2. 683 001- 0707- 494. 04- 37 VEHICLR- INSUB U 660 2, 076 619 L, 451 619 0 619 619 619 619 001- 0101- 494. 04- 38 VBHICLB- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 19. 707 4, 635 3. 582 1, 053 896 2, 686 896 896 896 896 001- 0707- 494. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LABOR 23, 035 11, 943 12, 000 57- 2, 110 9, 890 21110 2, 110 2, 110 21110 001- 0707- 494. 04- 98 COlR ACCT - VEHICLE LBR 0 O 12, 000- 12, 000 2, 110- 9, 890- 21110- 2, 110- 2, 110- 2, 110- EXFENDITURH 227, 988 101, 851 45. 389 56, 462 24, 936 20, 453 4. 198 4, 198 41198 4, 198 OPHRATIIR3 6 MAIMEIUJICE 227, 988 101, 851 45, 389 56. 462 24, 936 20. 453 - 4, 198 4, 198 4, 198 4, 198 CAPITAL OITPLAY 001- 0707- 494. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 51, 400 0 0 0 4, DOU 4, 000- 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 06- 02 TRAIL SIGNS 942 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 494. 06- 03 BALLPIELD ENHANCENRIIIS 5, 976 3. 000 3, OOD 0 10, 000 7, 000- 0 0 0 0 EEPBNDITURH 58, 318 31000 3, 000 0 14, 000 11, 000- 0 0 0 0 I------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ CAPITAL OUTLAY 58, 318 3, 000 3, 000 0 14, 000 11, 000- 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 B ET PRRPARATIOD MORI EET PAGE 41 PROGRAM 6 601L MR PISGW YEAR 2010 AGCW MI PERIOD 09/ 2009 w O m ^ a 2009 2010 2031 2012 2013 2014 H CID 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PP. OPOS® 3010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROP058D PBO ET ACNUI} I DIMBER ACCtlUNf DRSQtI PI' I021 ACMfL BOIX' R BUIX' FI' r.. VARIA[] C[•• r 9UIX: EP . rrVARINiC6rr• BODG@I BOCGRT BUDGET BUDGfiT P D O ANN PARKS A[iD TRAILS 02, 00] 419, 519 410, 963 8. 556 228, 427 182, 516 149. 037 154, 037 159. 037 164. 037 W A EXPENDITURES 702, 007 419, 519 410, 963 8, 556 228, 427 182, 536 149, 037 154, 037 159. 037 164, 037 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PP. EPAPATIQII WORKz3lRRT PAGE 42 PROGRAM f 601L MR flsC YEAR 2010 ACOOUArzDG PERIOD 09/ 2009 0; 0 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ImO y 2 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED m 0 ACCOlR1P NUMBER ACCbmn DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET BUDGET •'• VAP. IlNCE•'• BO EP ... vmIANCR•'• BOOGLT BUDGET BU RT BUDGET c T a 4D EINDITURES W N RECREATION PP. CGRAM PERSOIOIEL SERVICPS p 001- 0707- 505. 01- 01 PAYROLL 36, 914 49. 235 62, 050 12, 815- 64, 348 2, 298- 64, 348 64, 348 64, 348 64, 348 001- 0707- 505. 01- 08 PAYROLL - OVERTIME 1, 870 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 505. 01- 09 PAYROLL - BENEPITS 26, 645 37, 366 43, 372 6. 006- 46, 784 3, 412- 46, 784 46, 78a 46, 704 46. 784 001- 0707- 505. 01- 12 TRAVEL 735 500 500 0 500 0 S00 WO 500 500 E% PE. T= kE 66, 164 87. 101 105, 922 18, 821- 111, 632 5. 710- 111, 632 111, 632 111, 632 111, 632 PERSOIWEL SERVIC 66, 164 87. 101 105. 922 L8, 821- 111, 632 5. 710- 111, 632 111. 632 111, 632 111. 632 PVRCIU m SERVICES 001- 0707- 505. 02- 13 CO2TIR2CT LABOR 2, 545 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 505. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 8, 896 8, 500 81500 O 8, 500 0 8, 500 8, 500 8, 500 8, 500 001- 0707- 505. 02- 24 EQUIPMENT- LEAS® 0 0 0 0 109 309- 309 309 309 309 001- 0707- 505. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 309 309 0 0 309 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 11, 441 81809 8. 809 0 8, 809 0 81809 0. 809 81809 8. 809 PURCRASED SERVICES 11, 441 81809 B, B09 O 8. 809 0 81809 8, 809 8, 809 8, 809 OPERAT rI 6 MAIIl UU4CE 001- 0707- 505. 04- 01 ADVERTISIIRl 2, 900 7, 725 7, 725 0 7, 725 0 7, 725 7. 725 7, 725 7. 725 001- 0707- 505. 04- 07 EQUIPMENT 399 21150 21150 O 2, 150 0 21150 2, 150 2, 150 2. 150 001- 0707- 505. 04- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 1, 432 515 515 0 515 0 515 515 515 515 001- 0707- 505. 04- 22 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 0 51000 5. 000 0 5, 000 0 51000 51000 5, 000 51000 001- 0707- 505. 04- 27 SUPPLIES- WTDSCAPING 0 515 515 0 515 0 515 515 515 515 001- 0707- 505. 04- 52 SUPPLIES- YOM PROGRAM 7, 224 5, 750 51750 0 5, 750 0 5, 750 5. 750 5, 750 51750 001- 0707- 505. 04- 53 SUPPLIES- ADULT PROGRAMS 0 2, 500 2. 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500 2. 500 001- 0707- 505. 04- 54 SUPPLIRS- SPECIAL EVENTS 700 2, 500 2, 500 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2. SG0 2, 500 2, 500 BY. PESIDSTURE 12, 655 26. 655 26, 655 O 26, 655 0 26, 655 26. 655 26, 655 26, 655 OPERATING & M WPEIUUICE 12, 655 26, 655 26, 655 0 26. 655 0 26, 655 26, 655 26, 655 26, 655 I--- ____________ -------- I--- -------------- ------------ -------------- ------------ ____________ ------------ ------------ RECREATION PROCRhM 90, 260 122, 565 141, 386 18, 821- 147, 096 51710- 147, 096 147, 096 147, 096 147, 096 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATION YpRRSl< 3E PAGE 43 PROGRAM GM601L MR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCO UING PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2011 2014 f0 N n 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PRONSED 2010 PROMSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED m 0 ACCONR' NUMBER ACCtlU1N' OE9CPI MION ACTUAL BOOGET BUIXaET "• VFItIA[ 10E•'• BUDGET '•• VARWSCB"' BUIXRT BODCET BUDGET BUDGET V co TG RODEO PROPERTY O N N W PURCBAS® SERVICES A 001- 0101- 506. 02- 10 UTILITIES 5, 534 0 0 O D 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0004- 506. 02- 14 CONTPAPI SVC 10, 038 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 15, 572 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PURCHASED SERVICES 15, 572 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING i MAIN W2CE 001- 0707- 506. 04- 50 GROUNDS T I= UUJCE 3. 129 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HXPBNDITURE 3. 729 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 MAINTRl m 3, 729 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RODEO PROPERTY 19, 301 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D D PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARATIOI! WORT EET PAGE 44 PROGRAM Q 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AQW VIG PERIOD 09/ 2009 9 p O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2011 bM G 0) O 2098 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSEP A O ACNUNP NUMBER ACCOMM DESCRIPTION AC BU XT BUDGET ••• VAAW CE••• BDDGET a.• VARWICEr•. BUDGET BUDGET WDGHT HUIX' ET m b O N N POOL A2ID PI17lESS CBNTEft 0 PERSONNEL SERVICES A 001- 0707- 507. 01- 08 PAYROLL 118, 354 3]], 65 286, 202 51, 151 3 . 0 58. 100- 291. 805 291, 885 291. 805 291, 805 L 001- 0707- 507. 01- 08 PAYROL - OVERTIMC 4, 734 00 0 0 1. 500 1, 500- 11500 11500 1', 500 1. 500 001- 0707- 507. 01- 09 PAYROLL BE1lEPITB U7. 050 138, 519 145. 892 7, 372- 168. 278 22, 387- 165, 266 168, 153 168, 578 169, 020 001- 0707- 507. 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 757 2. 060 2, 060 0 2, 060 0 21060 2, 060 2, 060 2, 060 001- 0707. 507. 01- 12 TRAVEL 330 11000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1. 000 11000 1, 000 11000 EXPENDITURE 462, 232 479, 238 435, 153 44, 085 517. 228 82. 075- 461. 711 464, 598 465. 023 465. 465 PERS0IN7EL SERVICES 462, 232 479, 238 435, 153 44, 085 517, 228 02, 075- 461, 711 464, 598 465, 023 465. 465 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 0707- 507. 02- 00 CONSULTANT 0 2, 122 2, 122 0 2, 100 22 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 001- 0707- 507. 02- 09 CONSULTANT- ENGINEER 0 1, 061 1, 061 0 11000 61 1. 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 001- 0707- 507. 02- 13 CONTR LABOR 961036 541000 10, 000 16, 000- 70, 000 0 70. 000 70, 000 70. 000 70. 000 001- 0707- 507. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 78, 906 22, 375 30, 000 7. 625- 30. 000 0 30, 000 30, 000 30. 000 30, 000 001- 0707- 507. 02- 29 RQUIPMIDIT REPAIRS 10. 268 3. 183 3, 103 0 3. L00 83 3, 100 3. 100 3, 100 3, 100 001- 0707. 507. 02- 32 PRBZGB 0 530 530 0 550 20- 550 550 550 550 001- 0707- 507. 02- 43 TELEPHO22E 11518 2, 122 2, 122 0 2, 100 22 2. 100 2, 100 2, 100 2, 100 001- 0707. 507. 02- 44 UTILITIES 76, 501 100, 000 103, 000 3, 000- 108, 000 5, 000- 91. 000 91, 000 91, 000 91, 000 001- 0707- 507. 02- 80 BANK PEES 10, 934 81000 8, 000 0 8, 000 0 81000 B. 000 8, 000 8, 000 EXPENDITURE 214, 963 193. 393 220, 018 26, 625- 224, 850 4, 832- 207. 850 207, 850 207, 850 207, 850 I -------------- ____ ------- -------------- ------------ ____________ ------------ ------------ PURCHASED SERVICES 274. 963 193, 393 220. 018 26, 625- 224, 850 4, 832- 207, 850 207. 850 207, 850 207, 850 OPERA= m s MAI11T 4CE 001- 0707. 507. 04- 01 ADVERTISLEG 9, 959 9, 500 9, 500 0 9. 500 0 91500 9, 500 9, 500 9. 500 001- 0707- 507. 04- 06 DUES, BIE6® ERSHIPS S SUBSCR 360 _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 09 TNSl3RANCE 22, 022 0 19, 192 19, 192- 21. 111 11919- 21, 111 21, 111 21. 111 21, 111 001- 0707- 507. 04- 12 MISCBLLAN60US 351 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0707- 507. 04- 15 PRIN[ ING 2, 00E 3. 183 3, 183 0 3, 100 83 31100 31100 3, 100 31100 001- 0707- 507. 04- 22 SUPPLIES BUILDING 4. 671 3. 090 31090 0 3. 000 90 31000 3, 000 3, 000 3, 000 001- 0707- 507. 04- 23 i PLIES CLE 414 2, 447 825 825 0 825 0 825 825 825 825 001- 0707- 507. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 1, 114 3, 090 3, 090 0 3, 000 90 3, 000 31000 3. 000 3. 000 001- 0707.- 507. 04- 32 SUPPLIES TCOIS 311 2, 122 2, 122 0 2, 100 22 2, 100 2, 100 2. 100 2, 100 001- 0707- 507. 04- 34 UNIFORMS 2, 052 2, 575 2, 575 0 2, 500 75 2, 500 2, 500 2. 500 2, 500 001- 0707- 507. 04- 35 VEHICLE GAS 6 OIL 737 402 324 78 325 1- 325 325 325 325 001- 0707- 507. 04- 37 VEHICLE - INSURANCE 112 212 105 101 116 11- 116 116 116 116 001- 0707- 507. 04- 38 VEHICLE PARTS s SUPPLIES 546 212 212 0 212 0 212 212 212 212 001- 0707- 507. 04- 39 VEHICLE LABOR 11810 1, 000 11000 0 11000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 001- 0707- 507. 04- 40 SUPPLIES POOL 21, 561 41, 375 41, 375 0 41. 300 75 41, 300 4¢, 300 41, 300 41, 300 001- 0707- 507. 04- 41 SUPPLIES FITNESS CENTER 5, 110 25, 000 25, 000 0 25, 000 0 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 001- 0707- 507. 04- 52 SUPPLIES YOUTH PROGRAM 0 11500 11500 0 1, 500 0 1, 500 11500 11500 11500 001- 0707- 507. 04- 53 SUPPLIES ADULT PROGRAM 0 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 11000 11000 11000 11000 001- 0707- 507. 04- 54 SUPPLIES SPECIAL EVERT 495 1, 000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1. 000 1, 000 11000 11000 001- 0707- 507. 04- 55 SUPPLIES- CONCESSION 11. 908 10. 609 10, 609 0 10, 600 9 10, 600 10. 600 10. 600 10, 600 001- 0707- 507. 04- 98 CONTRA ACCT - VEHICLB LER 0 0 11000- 11000 1, 000- 0 1. 000- 1, 000- 11000- 1, ODO- EXPENDITURE 87, 714 106, 695 124, 702 18, 007- 126. 189 1, 487- 126, 189 126, 189 126, 189 126, 189 OPERATR7G 6 MAINTENANCE 87, 714 106, 695 124, 702 18, 007- 126. 189 1, 487- 126, 189 126, 189 126, 189 126, 189 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPMATIOB MORPSll86T PAGE 45 PROGRA CHGOIL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AOOOU1ryT PERIOD 09/ 2009 0 v O d N D y 6 2009 2010 2011 2013 3033 2014 m O 2008 2009 RLVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSE www AC m WHELK ACEIRIP OESI PITOU AGTfAL BUDGET BUDGET •'• VARlAl2CE••• EODGEP ••• VARIAN••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET W N G PITAL 001- 0707- 502. 06- 01 CAS13 PURL SSS 61, 346 21. 000 15, 000 91000 17, 000 21000- 0 0 0 0 A KXPMMITURE 61, 346 24, 000 15, 000 9. 000 17. 000 2, 000- 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 61, 346 24, 000 15100D 9, 000 17, 000 21000- 0 0 0 0 POOL AND PITUESZ OTTER 886, 255 803. 326 294, 893 8, 453 885, 267 90, 394- 795, 250 798, 632 799. 062 799. 504 EEPRmlWRES 995, 816 925. 891 936, 259 10, 368- 1, 032, 363 96, 104- 942, 816 945. 233 946, 158 946. 600 PARES ABD TRAILS RAIRTEO 1, 697, 823 1, 345. 410 1, 347, 222 1, 812- 1, 260, 790 86, 432 1, 091, 883 1, 099, 720 11105, 195 1, 110, 637 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PRIPAPATION MR IET PAGE 46 PROGRAM Q 601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCWMTII. G PERIOD 09/ 2009 v,' o0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2008 2009 REVISYD 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PRDMS3 01 O ACCOUNI"!] UMBER ACCO n DESCRIPTIOI! ACPIWL BDIX N=,, •'• VARIANCE••• BUCGEP ••• VARWi .. r BU w BUDGET OUDCET BUW OID D ONI- TI CAPTTAL/ RIPEIRIIT M N N J ONE- TIME EX VRES O!!E- TIME fAPITAL/ E% PENDIT A POR( 1I w SERVICES 001- 0' 108- 510. 02- 20 HISTORICAL PRESRVATION PJ 9. 710 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 520. 02- 22 CONSULTANT- CAMP PLAN 83. 566 61, 488 61, 488 0 0 61. 488 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 02- 24 LEGAL/ COIURACT SVC- TIMBER 21. 035 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 114, 311 61, 480 61, 488 0 0 61. 488 0 0 0 0 WRCHASED SERVICES 114, 311 61, 480 61, 488 0 0 61, 488 0 0 0 0 GRANTS 6 MHATIONS 001- 0708- 510. 05- 10 MARE ING mw/ SlI m CtlN 22, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 05- 13 CULTURAL ARTS 33, 000 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 070B- 510. 05- 14 HEALTH 6 HUMAN SERVICES 83, 095 61, 000 61, ODD 0 61, 000 0 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 40. 000 PJIPC3IDITURB 138, 099 61, 000 61. 000 O 61, 000 0 40. 000 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 GRANT' Ss L ImTIONS 138, 095 61, 000 61, 000 0 61, 000 0 40, 000 40. 000 40, 000 40. 000 CAPITAL OVTLAY 001- 0708- 510. 06- 31 PLIWICE- HARWARE/ S' OPIIIARB 22, 750 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 07D8- 510. 06- 35 ARTS BOARD- CASH PURCHASES 0 25. 000 25, 000 0 0 25. 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 37 T. MAlAGER - TECH/ EPPC IM 44, 303 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0700- 510. 06- 78 SHOP- TIRE BAIJWCEH 7, 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0700- 510. 06- 79 SHOP- TIRE MA Ul6 0 12, 000 12. 000 0 0 12. 000 0 0 0 0 001- 0708- 510. 06- 91 CROSSINGS 828 13, 167 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPmmITUR8 87, 395 37. 000 37, 000 0 0 37. 000 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL OUTLAY 87, 395 37. 000 37, 000 0 0 37. 000 0 0 0 0 ONM- TIME CAPITAL( EXPETMIT 339, 801 159. 488 159. 488 0 61, 000 98, 488 40. 000 40, 000 40, 000 40. 000 EXPENDITUReS 339. 001 159, 488 159, 488 0 61, 000 98. 488 40, 000 4D, 000 40, 000 40, ODO OIM- TIME CAPITAL/ EXPEIMp 339, 001 159, 488 159, 488 0 61, 000 90. 488 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 40. 000 PUBLIC NORES DEPAR7T 7, 927, 668 7. 672. 483 7, 416, 893 255, 590 7, 747, 676 330, 783- 7, 403, 157 7. 383, 572 7, 142, 325 7, 617. 164 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARA OB XORISREZT PAGE 47 PROGRIJI G 601L MR PISCAI. YEAR 2010 ACCU@lPIBG PERIOD 09/ 2005 SAO 2009 2ULO 2011 2012 2013 2014 tC N 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PRONSED PROPOSED PROPOS® PROMSED 0 O ACMONP II BER AC= W" DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUD(' ET BUG- EP '•• VARWICE•`• BUDGEP `•` VARWICE•" BUDGET BUDGET BUDGSP BUDGET p N r OTHER EXPENDITURES w N OTHER EXPENDINRES EXPBIIDITVREB a OTHER EXPENDITURES OTHER RXPETIDII ES 001- 0900- 499. 09- 11 NRIIE OPTS/ ACCTS REC 3, 159 0 13. 925 13, 925- 0 13. 925 0 0 0 0 001- 0900- 499- 09- 26 EMPLOYEE HSO RESRVE USED 2, 608 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0900- 499- 09- 49 TONN HALL - PPE 166, 328 25. 000 25, 000 0 0 25. 000 0 0 0 0 BXPmwITURE 172. 095 25, 000 38. 925 L3, 925- 0 38, 925 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 172. 095 25, 000 38. 925 13, 925- D 38. 925 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 172, 095 25, 000 38, 925 L3, 925- 0 38. 925 0 0 0 0 EXPRIMITURES 172, 095 25, 000 38, 925 13, 925- 0 38, 925 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDPNRES 172, 095 25. 000 38, 925 13. 925- 0 38, 925 0 0 0 0 PRXPA 10109109, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPA TI011 XOR EET PAGE 48 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACLWRN' ING PERIOD 09/ 2009 0.; Q 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 6 2008 2009 RE IEm 2009 DROWSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PP. OIOSED PROPOSED 400 AGCOIRlf 1101IDER ACLtl " DESCRIPPION ACNAL BUDGET BIIDGEI ••• VARIANCE••• BpDGEI ••• VARIANCE••• BUDLBT BWCET BUDGET SB HT N w w O N J N COIlSTNCT[ ON MITIGATION RXPEI2DITUR65 A CO20STRUCPION MITIGATION PURCII m SERVICES 001- 0901- 508. 02- 14 CONIRACP SERVICES 120, 939 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 090L- 506. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 513 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 121, 452 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PURCHASED SERVICES 121. 452 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 MAIIRBNAIICE 001- 0901- 508. 04- 01 ADVERTISIM 5, 842 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0901- 508. 04- 12 MISCRI.' I US 969 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0901- 508. 04- 15 PALING 15. 398 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0901- 508. 04- 28 OFFICE SUPPLIES 555 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 001- 0901- 508. 04- 56 MITM1 I0I EMAIL BLASTS 4, 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 26, 964 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 MAIIIIENANCR 26. 964 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 001- 0901- 508. 06- 01 f , PIRtCNA6ES 3, 750 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 EXPENDITURE 3, 750 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 3, 750 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CONS[ EDCEION MITIGAT[ ON 152. 166 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 152, 166 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I ------------ ---------.---- --------- -- -------------- -------- --- ------------ --- -------- MNSTRUCTIONi MITIGATION 152. 166 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 b ER EXPENDITURES 324, 261 25, 000 38, 925 13, 925- 0 38, 925 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 19: 52 BUDGET PREPARA91011 xORPSREET PAGE 49 PROGRAM Q 601L MR PISCAL YEAR 2010 A= XRRTINI PERIOD 09/ 2009 SAO 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Ldp Nj 6 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROWSEO PROPOSED N G ACCOUNT NUME812 MODUl P DRSCRIPII011 AC BUDGET BUDGET • erVARIANCE• rr EIIEGEI ••• VARW] CErr• BUDGET BUD3TR BULLET BUDGET O W 4D w BUILDING DEPARTMENT W BUILDING DEPARTMSIll'ESPEIMPPURES p BUILDING SERVI= 3 PER. 90MZL SERVICES 001- 1000- 436. 01- 01 PAYROLL 203, 951 290, 223 285, 681 4, 536 193, 191 112, 516 173, 171 173, 171 173. 171 1]3,1]1 001- 1000- 436. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 1, 410 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 1ODO- 436. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 80, 743 07. 872 81, 526 6, 346 49, 172 32, 354 51, 732 55. 648 59. 601 63, 836 OD1- 1000- 436. 01- 30 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 1, 403 11000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 11000 1, 000 001- 1000- 436. OL- 12 TRAVEL 4, 178 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 EXPEIR3ITURE 371, 685 379. 595 368, 713 10. 882 223. 843 144, 870 226. 403 230. 319 234, 352 238, 507 PERSOMMI, SERVICES 371, 685 379. 595 368, 713 10, 882 223. 843 144, 870 226, 403 230, 319 234. 352 238, 507 PURCHASED SERVICES 001- 1000- 436. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 3, 239 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 11000 1, 000 001- 1000- 436. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 163 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 1000- 436. 02- 46 VEHICLE- REPAIRS 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 EXPENDITURE 3, 402 1. 250 1. 250 0 1, 250 0 11250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 PURCHASED SERVICES 3, 402 1, 250 1, 250 0 1, 250 0 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 1, 250 OPERATING 4 HAINT® TANCE 001- 1000- 436. 04- 06 WES ! ffi038Ru^ RIPS SUBSCIPT 910 11000 11000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 1. 000 11000 001- 1000- 436. 04- 15 PRINTING 1, 037 11000 1, 000 0 1. 000 0 11000 1, 000 1, 000 11000 001- 1000- 436. 04- 18 REFERENCE LIBRARY 653 500 500 0 500 0 S00 500 500 500 001- 1000- 436. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 2, 512 1. 500 1, 500 0 1, 500 0 1, 500 1, 500 1. 500 1, 500 001- 1000- 436. 04- 32 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 832 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001- 1000- 436. 04- 35 VEHICLE- G 6 OIL 1, 243 1, 914 929 985 975 46- 1. 024 1, 075 1, 129 1, 185 001- 1000- 436. 04- 37 vEHICLE- INSURANCE 168 105 l85 0 185 0 185 105 185 185 001- 1000- 436. 04- 38 VEHICLE- PARIS 6 SUPPLIES 703 250 680 430- 250 430 250 250 250 250 001- 1000- 436. 04- 39 VEHICLE- LABOR 0 0 1, 295 L, 195- 510 685 510 510 510 510 001- 1ODO- 436. 04- 98 COIITRA A= I - VEHICLE LEE 0 D 11195- 1, 195 510- 685- 510- 510- 510- 510- EXPENDITURE 81050 6. 349 5, 794 555 5. 410 384 5. 459 5, 510 5. 564 51620 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 8, 058 6, 349 5, 794 555 5, 410 384 5. 459 51510 5, 564 5, 620 CAPITAL 001- 1000- 436. 06- 01 CASH PURCHASES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27, 959 0 EXPENDITURE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27. 959 0 CAPITA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20. 959 0 BUILDING SERVICES 303, 145 307, 194 375, 157 11, 437 230, 503 145, 254 233, 112 237, 079 269, 125 245, 377 EXPENDITURES 383, 145 387. 194 375, 757 11, 437 230, 503 145, 254 233. 112 237. 079 269, 125 245, 377 BUILDING DEPARTMENT 303, 145 387. 194 375, 757 11, 437 230, 503 145, 254 233. 112 237, 079 269. 125 245. 377 PREPARED 10109109, 08: 19: 52 BUDG6P PP. EPARATIOl3 MORESREE]' PAGE 50 PROGRAM 0 601L PoR FISCAL YP 2010 ACCWMVM PERIOD 09( 2009 2009 2010 A a 2011 2012 2U13 201, ( 0 H a 3008 3009 REVISED 2009 PROPoSED 2010 PROPoS® PROPoS® PROPoSED PROPOSED 0 O FCCOVIlI [ i1RO0A A[ N1R2C OESCAIVIIOI! AC' NAL BIIDOET BUDGET • rrVARG[! CE••• BIIOGE' f ••• VARIA[ ICE"' B[ IWET 0UIX' 4I 8UOG3T BUDG4P ( A fON O N r EUILOIUG DEPAZD( M 383, 145 30], 194 395. 05] 11, 43] 230. 503 145, 254 233. 112 237. 079 269, 125 245. 370 + GE1lERAI. YVMD 13. 501, 909 13, 251, 781 12. 799. 806 451, 981 12, 646. 839 152, 967 12, 464. 576 12, 320, 573 12, 110. 603 12, 595, 264 9AOmma m m woo TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE oN N W N DEBT SERVICE FUND A BUDGET SUMMARY 2010 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 21, 451. 42 $ 19, 072, 42 $ 13, 920. 56 ($ 5, 151. 86) 23. 56 ($ 13, 897. 00) 23. 56 23. 56 23. 56 23. 56 REVENUES 1, 992, 605. 90 $ 2, 003, 020. 00 $ 2, 008, 195. 00 $ 5, 175. 00 $ 2, 040, 635. 00 $ 32, 440. 00 $ 1, 583, 761. 00 $ 1, 122, 733. 00 $ 1, 132, 426. 00 $ 1, 139, 545. 00 EXPENDITURES ($ 2. 000, 136. 76) ($ 2, 022, 092. 00) ($ 2022, 092. 00) 0. 00 ($ 2, 040, 635. 00) ($ 18, 543. 00) ($ 1, 583, 761. 00) ($ 1, 122, 733. 00) ($ 1, 132, 426. 00) ($ 1, 139, 545. 00) ENDING BALANCE $ 13, 920. 56 0. 42 23. 56 23. 14 23. 56 0. 00 23. 56 23. 56 23. 56 23. 56 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 09: 23: 02 BUDGET PREPARATIOII 4gP. P- SBEET PAGE 1 PROGRNI GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUWING PERIOD 0912009 77 Q m O 4] N d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2033 2014 Or O 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED 00C)T b b ACCOI MDl03ER ACCOU DESCRIPTION AC11W. BUDGET BUDGET ••• VARW E••, E000EI ••• VARIAMCE••• BO ET BUDGET BIIDG4I OVOGET 0 N r 4 N DEBT SERVICE MID TAPS a 003- 0000- 300. 01- 01 PROPERTY TARES 1, 992, 059- 2. 002. 720- 2, 003, 410- 690 2, 040, 635- 37. 225 1, 503, 761- 1. 122, 233- 1, 132, 426- 1. 139, 545- REVENUE 11992, 059- 2, 002, 220- 2, 003, 410- 690 2. 040, 635- 32, 225 1, 583. 261- 1. 122. 733- 1. 132, 426- 1, 139. 545- TAXES 11992. 059- 2, 003, 72D- 2, 003, 410- 690 2, 040, 635- 32, 225 1, 583, 761- 1. 122, 233- 1, 132, 426- 1, 139, 545- MISCELLAI2EOUS 003- 0000- 300. 07- 04 MISCBLLAREWS I32UME 0 0 4, 225- 4, 725 0 4, 725- 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 300. 07- 55 IW' EREST INCOME - BOND PN 547- 300- 60- 240- 0 60- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 547- 300- 4, 285- 4, 485 0 4, 785- 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 547- 300- 4, 285- 4, 485 0 4, 785- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 1, 992, 606- 2. 003, 020- 2, 008. 195- 5, 175 2, 040, 635- 32, 440 1, 583, 761- 1. 122. 733- 1, 132, 426- 1, 139, 545- REVENUES 1, 992. 606- 2, 003. 020- 2, 008, 195- 5, 175 2, 040, 635- 32, 440 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- 1, 132, 426- 1. 139, 545- DMT SERVICE MW 1, 992, 606- 2, 003, 020- 2, 008, 195- 5, 175 2, 040, 635- 32, 440 1, 503, 761- 1. 122, 733- 1, 132, 426- 1, 139, 545- DEBT SERVICE Plain 1, 992, 606- 2, 003. 020- 21008. 195- 5, 175 2. 040, 635- 32, 440 1, 583, 761- 1. 122, 733- 1, 132, 426- 1, 139, 545- DEBT SERVICE PIRID 1, 992, 606- 2, 003. 020- 2, 008, 195- 5, 175 2. 040, 635- 32, 440 1, 583, 761- 1, 122, 733- 1, 132. 426- 1, 139. 545- PREPARED 10109/ 09. 08: 20: 05 BUDGET PREPARATION MOFILSTIECt PAGE 1 PROGRAM 46011 MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOIRITING PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 GO N d 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSE 2010 PROPOSED PROPoSED PROPOSED momsED 0 O ACCONII 12NO3ER ACCDWM DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUDGET BUDGET' •+• VARIANCE`•+ BUDGET ` r+ VAR , CR••• BUD06T EUIX. ET BUDGET BUDGET J tap 4p DEBT SERVICE FURD V N A EXPENDITURES ERPEUDI1VRE5 DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES 003- 0000- 400. 30- 02 PRINCIPAL- OPS FACILITY 415, 000 460. 000 460, 000 0 495. 000 35, 000- 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 03 PRINCIPAL- ROAD BOOM 30, 000 30. 000 30, 000 0 35. 000 5, 000- 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 06 INTEREST- ROAD BOND 6, 745 4, 615 4, 615 0 2, 405 2, 130 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 08 INTEREST- OPS FACILITY 73, 638 51, 132 51, 332 0 26, 607 24, 725 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 12 OPERATIONS PAC BANK PEES 903 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 0 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 21 PRINCIPAL- DROS` E BONDS 310, 000 330, 000 330, 000 0 350, 000 20, 000- 370. 000 190, 000 410, 000 440, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 22 INTEREST- DROSI' E BOIES 284, 544 267. 627 267, 627 0 249, 613 10. 014 231, 273 211, 583 190, 513 168, 195 OOS- 0000- 400. 30- 23 PANE FeES- DROSTe 300 11000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 11000 1, 000 1, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 24 PRINCIPAL RODEO BONDS 410, 000 425, 000 425, 000 0 445, 000 20, 000- 465, 000 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 25 INTEREST RODEO BONDS 00, 150 62, 118 62, 110 0 42, 700 19, 338 22, 088 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 26 BANK FEES R0OM BOIES 150 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 0 0 0 003- 0000- 400. 30- 29 POOL BRIE BARK PEES ISO 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 1, 000 11000 003- 0000- 400- 30- 30 PRINCIPAL- POOL ROITDS 140. 000 145, 000 145, 000 0 155, 000 10. 000- 165. 000 170. 000 180, 000 190, 000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 31 INTOIEST POOL BONDS 97, 000 90. 000 90, GOD 0 82, 750 71250 75, 000 66. 750 58. 250 49. 250 003- 0000- 400. 30- 32 PRINCIPAL- REC CIR BONDS 0 0 D 0 0 0 100, 000 135, 000 150, 000 1551000 003- 0000- 400. 30- 33 INTEREST- REC CTR BONDS 151, 400 151, 400 151, 400 0 151, 400 0 151, 400 146, 400 140. 663 134, 100 003- 0000- 400. 30- 34 BANE PEES- REC CTR BONDS ISO 1, 000 11000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1. 000 1, 000 EXPENDITURE 2, 000. 130 2, 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2, 040. 635 18, 543- 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 1, 132, 426 1, 139. 545 DEBT SERVICE EXPEDITURES 2, 000, 138 2. 022, 092 2. 022, 092 0 2. 040, 635 18, 543- 1, 583. 761 1, 122, 733 1. 132, 426 1, 139, 545 EXPENDITURES 2, 000, 138 2, 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2, 040, 635 1B, 543- 1. 583, 761 1, 122, 733 1, 132, 26 1, 139, 545 EXPENDITURES 2, 000, 138 2, 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2, 040, 635 18, 543- 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 731 1, 132, 426 1, 139. 545 r DEBT SERVICE FUND 2, 000. 138 2, 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2. 040, 635 18, 543- 11583, 761 1, 122, 733 1, 132, 426 1. 139, 545 r. DEBT SERVICE MID 2, 000. 138 2, 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2, 040, 635 18, 543- 1, 583, 761 1, 122, 733 1, 132, 426 1, 139, 545 DEBT SERVICE PLAID 2, 000. 138 2. 022, 092 2, 022, 092 0 2, 040, 635 18, 543- 1, 583, 061 1, 122, 733 1, 132, 426 1, 139, 545 9A0m m m m c m o TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE LOTTERY FUND w " BUDGET SUMMARY 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 128, 035. 75 $ 34, 302. 75 $ 33, 797. 89 504. 86) $ 55, 370. 89 $ 21, 573. 00 $ 76, 975. 89 $ 98, 805. 89 $ 121, 076. 89 $ 144, 015. 89 REVENUES 25, 762. 14 $ 26, 38000 $ 21, 573. 00 ($ 4. 807. 00) 421, 605. 00 32. 00 $ 21, 830. 00 $ 22, 271. 00 $ 22, 939. 00 $ 23, 627. 00 EXPENDITURES 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Tmfr- cap Pmj- Entryway ($ 120, 000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDING BALANCE 33, 797. 89 $ 60, 682. 75 $ 55, 370, 89 ($ 531186) $ 76, 975. 89 $ 21, 605. 00 $ 98, 805. 89 $ 121, 076. 89 $ 144, 015. 89 $ 167, 642. 89 PRBPA 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 23: 15 BtIDGBT PRRPARATI011 RORFS11E87 PAGE 1 PROGRNI Q601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACWVII3' IPG PERIOD 0912009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 3014 tG 0403 6 2008 2009 RSVISBD 2009 PROPoS® 2010 PP. OPoS® PPAPOSBD PROPoSeD PROPOSED dt ACLVUITl tRA188A ACCO{ Mf DBSQt[ PTIOt] AC{ yAy gDDGBi BDWI[ P .•. VARIAR( e... BU RT ••• VARWICR••• Bi ET BG RT BU RT BI XT W, pfO O N L/ J1T81tY mm tJ N itTl' BP. GOVQUMB nP RRV81Rt8 005- O000- 30012- 07 1pIT8RY R4 BIiUE 22, 822- 25, 780- 21, 155- 4, 625- 21, 155- 0 21, 366- 21, 794- 22, 447- 23, 121- a 22, 822- 25, 780- 21, 155- 4, 625- 21, 155- 0 21, 366- 21, 794- 22, 447- 23. 121- MMI V ttLEWS RCV @lU8 22, 022- 35, 780- 21, 155- 4, 625- 21, 155- 0 21, 366- 21, 794- 22, 447- 23. 121- MI$ CBLLANEOU9 005- 0000- 300, 07- 01 1R1' 614EST I18. CM8 2, 940- 600- 418- 182- 450- 32 464- 4]7- 492- RBV© RIe 506- 2, 940- 600- 418- L82- 450- 32 464- 477- 492- 506- US 2, 940- 600- 418- 182- 450- 32 464- 477- 492- 506. REV@RI85 25, 762- 26. 380- 21, 573- 9, 807- 21, 605- 32 21, 830- 22, 271- 22, 939- 23, 627- 8808 WES 25. 762- 26, 380- 21, 573- 4, 807- 21, 605- 32 21, 830- 22, 271- 22, 939- 23, 627- LOT188Y mo 25, 762- 26, 380- 21, 573- 4, 007- 21, 605- 32 21, 830- 22, 271- 22, 939- 23, 627- 25, 762- 26, 3B0- 21, 573- 4, 007- 21, 605- 32 21, 830- 22, 271- 22, 939- _.________________ ____________ ______________ _____ 23_ 62. Y 23, 627- IATTBRY " PUt 25, 762- 26, 3B0- 21, 573- 9, 807- II, 605- 32 21, 830- 22, 271- 22, 939- 23. 627- PREPAR® 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 20: 30 eUOGET PREPARA Ql MOP. ESMEE PAOB 1 PROGRAM Q 601L POR PISC YEAR 2010 ACCg MnM PERIOD 0912009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROmsm 2010 P" MS® PROPoSED PR SBD PROmsm m D A= M" RII M ACMU" DESOIIPTIOR ACIIIAL 8DIX BODGES ••• VA1[ IAI] CE••• BDOGB' 1' ••• VARWICR++• BOIX. BT B0DC8T BOP. EP BO n Q{ p w D N LOT y PUIID N A EZ3EROITORRs MPB1M1 Es WTfERY EEPERDIT ES 005- 0000- 400. 45- 04 SYDe Ei- Cep Pr. j- EDtr . Y 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EEPEIIDIT 120, 000 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LOTTERY MPEROITORES 120, 000 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 BSPERDIOVRP. S 120, 000 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 EEPE1R1IltRUS 120, 000 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 I RY PURR 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WITERY Pt MO 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IAITBRY MM 120, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLA REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TA) d m 0 n Wre: MirMS viareet4aerarsude wsbk BUDGET SUMMARY Q O of 0 C3 0 a y N P 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIMON Actual WDGET 6- 15- 09 REVISED Vmimrce PROPOSED Variance PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 8, 379, 496. 01 $ 5, 582, 871. 99 $ 5. 582. 87199 0. 00 { 3, 138, 336. 99 ($ 2, 444, 535. 00) $ 2. 553. 937. 99 $ 1, 666, 279. 99 $ 1. 274, 207. 99 $ 1. 372, 661. 99 Revvues 3, 142, 124. 87 $ 651, 677. 35 $ 919, 951. 00 $ 266, 273. 65 $ 1. 137, 113. 00 $ 217, 162. 00 $ 1, 435, 750. 00 $ 1, 711, 523. 00 $ 2, 212, 318. 00 $ 2, 413, 138. 00 Expenditures 1. 924, 678. 40) $ ( 3, 137, 638. 00) 11 ( 3, 149. 952. 00) ($ 12, 314. 00) $( 2, 218, 012. 00) $ 931, 940. 00 $ ( 2, 293, 408. 00) $ ( 2, 073, 595. 00) $ ( 2, 083, 864. 00) $ ( 2, 169, 639. 00) Transfer out - Capital Projects Fund 4. 804, 485. 09) $ ( 413. 485. 00) $ ( 422, 534. 00) ($ 9. 049. 00) $ ( 30. 000. 00) $ 392, 534. 00 $ ( 30, 000. 00) $ ( 30. 000. 00)'$ ( 30, 000. 00) $ ( 30. 000. 00) Town Hall - Landscaping 113, 000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Base Village - Revenues 903, 414. 60 $ 340, 000. 00 $ 208, 000. 00 ($ 132, 000. 00) $ 526, 500. 00 $ 318, 500. 00 $ Bess Village - Expenditures 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 YEAR END CARRYOVER 5, 582, 871. 99 $ 3, 023, 426. 34 $ 3, 138. 336. 99 $ 114, 910. 65 $ 2. 553. 937. 99 ($ 584, 399. 00) $ 1, 666. 279. 99 $ 1, 274. 207. 99 $ 1. 372. 661. 99 $ 1, 585, 960. 99 Appropriation from 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Year End Carrvaver Actual BUDGET 6- 15- 09 REVISED Variance PROPOSED Varionc e PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED Capital Equipment Reserve 782, 393. 00 $ 790, 229. 00 $ 790, 229. 00 0. 00 $ 540, 229. 00 ($ 250, 000. 00) $ 540, 229. 00 $ 540, 229. 00 $ 540, 229. 00 $ 540, 229. 00 Vehicle Replacement Reserve 431, 000. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Interfund Receivable 569, 082. 58 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Cerrtirgenry 2. 000, 000. 00 $ 2. 000. 000. 00 $ 2. 000. 000. 00 0. 00 $ 1. 775, 000. 00 ($ 225. 000. 00) $ 900. 000. 00 $ 550. 000. 00 $ 650. 000. 00 $ 875, 000. 00 Fads Available 1, 800, 396. 41 $ 233, 197, 34 $ 348. 107. 99 $ 114, 910. 65 $ 238, 708. 99 ($ 109, 399. 00) $ 226, 050. 99 $ 183, 976. 99 $ 182, 432. 99 $ 170, 731. 99 Year End Appropriation 5, 582, 871. 99 $ 3, 023, 426. 34 $ 3, 138. 336. 99 $ 114. 910. 65 $ 2, 553. 937, 99 ($ 584, 399. 00) $ 1, 666, 279. 99 $ 1, 274, 207. 99 $ 1, 372. 661. 99 $ 1, 585, 960. 99 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 23: 27 BIILGBT PREPARATIOR MOREStlzh PA[ iE 1 PROGRAM GM601L MR FlS YEAR 2010 AttGUNTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 p Q 0 0 d 1009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m O 2008 2009 REVISMD 2009 PROMSM 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOBBD CIO O ACCOIIIiI' liI m ACComa DESQ1I 101; ACTDAL BUDGET BUIX- 6T •.. VARLO] CE•'• BUDGET ••• VARIAIICE••• BU ET BIWET BIR) GB] BUDGET N ( D W N RPAL ESTATE TRA WER TAX TN[ Bi p 006- 0000- 300. D1- 09 RP ESTATE IRNISMR TAX 3, 652. 567- 193, 055- 689. 113- 296, 058 689. 113- 0 1. 100, 000- 11500. 000- 21000. 000- 2. 200, 000- 006- 0000- 300. 01- 14 80.5E VILLt GE REV = S 0 528, 272- 0 528, 272- 0 0 0 0 0 0 RRVp 3. 652. 567- 921, 327- 689. 113- 232, 214- 689. 113- 0 1. 100, 000- 1. 500, 000- 21000, 000- 2. 200. 000- TAXES 3, 652, 567- 921, 327- 609, 113- 212, 214- 669, 113- 0 . 1, 100, 000- 1. 500, 000- 2. 000. 000- 2, 200. 000- II]1' ERRCDVMMEMt RE = 006- 0000- 300. 02- 14 PTA- 5309 CAPITAL GRANP 195. 483- 142, 622- 210. 338- 67, 716 185, 000- 25, 338- 185, 000- 185, 000- 185, 000- 185, 000- 006- 0000- 300. 02- 15 PTA- 5311 RURAL OPR GRANf 0 0 0 0 238, 000- 238, 000 125, 000- 0 0 0 REVENUE 195, 483- 142, 622- 210, 338- 67, 716 423. 000- 212, 662 310. 000- 185, 000- 185, 000- 105. 000- INTERGDV® DMeN REVENUE 195. 403- 142, 622- 210. 138- 67, 716 423, 000- 212, 662 310, 000- 105, 000- 1851000- 185, 000- MISCELLAl] PAUS 006- 0000- 300. 07- 01 INTEREST INCOME 197. 490- 116, 000- 20, 500- 95, 500- 25. 000- 4, 500 25. 750- 26. 523- 27, 318- 28, 138- RE ME 197. 490- 116, 000- 20, 500- 95. 500- 25. 000- 4, 500 25, 750- 26, 523- 27, 318- 28, 138- I- ------------ ------------ MISCELLANEWS 197. 490- 116, 000- 20, 500- 95, 500- 25, 000- 4, 500 25, 750- 26, 523- 27, 318- 28, 139- REVENUES 4, 045. 540- 1, 179, 949- 919. 951- 259. 998- 1, 137, 113- 217, 162 1. 435, 750- 1, 711, 523- 2. 212, 318- 2, 413, 139- REVENUES 4, 045, 540- 11119, 949- 919. 951- 259, 998- 1, 137, 113- 217, 162 1, 435, 750- 1, 711, 523- 2, 212, 318- 2. 413, 138- REAL ESTATE TRNISPER TAX 410451540- 1, 119. 949- 919. 951- 259. 998- 1, 137, 113- 217, 162 1, 435, 750- 1. 711, 523- 2. 212. 318- 2, 413. 138- REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TM 4, 045, 540- 1, 179, 949- 919, 951- 259. 998- 1, 137, 113- 217, 162 1. 435, 750- 1, 711, 523- 2. 212. 318- 2, 413, 138- REAL ESTATE TRAI4SPER TAX 4. 045, 540- 1, 179. 949- 919. 951- 259. 990- 1, 137, 113- 217, 162 1, 435, 750- 1. 711, 523- 2. 212, 318- 2, 413. 138- PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08 20: 44 BUOGE' I PREPARATIou woP. HEFT PAGR 1 PR06. 7iN1 GH601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACLYMIt= UG PERIOD 09/ 2009 13Q 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 01 N P1 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROMSEO m O ACCOUW NUNBER ACCONTT DESCRIPTION ACIVIJ. BUDGET HIHIGET ••+ VARIANCE•'• BUDGET ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 4y lD ID cm a RPAL ESTATE NSPOt TAE O TRA y N J O N p EEPEnDirUREE BRPIDiD11VRE5 RETT EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 50- 14 BUSES 6 EQUIPMENT 698, 743 1, 527, 922 1, 517, 395 10, 527 840. 459 676. 936 1, 009. 663 826, 955 772, 492 078. 121 006- 0000- 400. 50- 16 MISCBLLANEODS 36 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 61 TRNISPEIt OVI'- G.P--- TRANSP 0 548. 116 560, 941 20, 825- 579, 918 5. 977- 599. 017 608. 025 617, 327 622, 336 006- 0000- 400. 50- 62 TPJUtSPER OUT- G.F--- LNDSCP 721, 308 419. 519 410, 963 8, 556 228, 427 182, 536 149. 037 154. 037 159, 037 164, 031 006- 0000- 400. 50- 63 RODEO IMPROVE6 S 0 40, 000 40. 050 50- 0 40, 050 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 89 TUUISP STATIOI2/ G N 0 20. 000 25, 000 5, 000- 0 25, 000 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 50- 98 Tranfr- CrP- Tra110 50, 019 30, 000 30, 000 0 30, 000 0 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 30, 000 006- 0000- a00. 50- 99 Trnsfa- CLV- Bus Stops 0 20, 000 0 20, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1, 470, 105 2, 605. 557 2, 592, 349 13, 208 1, 673, 804 918. 545 1, 787, 712 1, 619, 017 1, 578, 861 1, 699, 394 RETT EXPENDITURES 1, 470. 105 2. 605. 557 2. 592, 349 13, 208 1, 673. 804 918, 545 1. 787,] 1] 1, 619, 017 1, 578, 861 1, 699, 394 RETT EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 51- 01 Trnsfr- ClP- Entry Iep 4,] 24, 166 363, 485 392, 534 29, 049- 0 392, 534 0 0 0 O 006- 0000- 400. 51- 03 rRANSP- G. P--- POOL/ REC CTR 451, 207 562, 081 583, 603 21, 522- 565. 208 18. 395 475. 691 4]8, 578 479. 003 479, 445 006- 0000- 400. 51- 08 Trnft- CIF- Tranlit Center 30. 300 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 51- 50 BUS STOP NAINTBIIANCE 9, 828 0 0 O 51000 5, 000- 15. 000 6. 000 61000 16, 000 006- 0000- 400. 51- 53 TTMOCr Wt- CIP- T. Hit 113, 000 0 O 0 D B D a o D E% PEIR) ITURE 5, 328, 501 925, 566 906, 131 50, 511- 208 405, 929 490. 691 484. 57E 485, 003 495, 445 RE= Exp. rTURES 5, 320, 501 925, 566 976, 137 50, 5]1- 570, 208 405, 929 490, 691 484, 578 485, 003 495, 445 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 006- 0000- 400. 52- 03 TRNISPORTATION XIOSX 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 50, 000 0 006- 0000- 400. 53- 10 Trenait Office- B.V. 0 20. 000 0 20. 000 0 0 20, 000 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 11 T N PARR STATION 15. 463 0 4, 000 41000- 4, 000 0 0 0 0 5. 000 006- 0000- 400. 52- 12 PARCEL ' C'- AIR SYSTEM 3, 401 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 15 TRAIISP- V ICLE 21, 727 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 18 TRANS- VARIABLE MSG/ GPS 0 0 0 0 0 0 25, 000 0 0 0 006- 0000- 400. 52- 20 Bua Turnaround 2. 967 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 43, 55E 20. 000 4, 000 16, 000 4. 000 0 45, 000 0 50, 000 51000 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 43, 558 20, 000 4, 000 16, 000 4, 000 0 45, 000 0 50, 000 5, 000 EXPENDITURES 6, 842, 164 3, 551, 123 3, 572, 486 21, 363- 2, 248, 012 1, 324, 474 2, 323, 408 2, 103, 595 2, 113, 864 21199, 839 EXPENDITURES 6, 842, 164 3. 551, 123 3, 572, 486 21, 363- 2, 248, 012 1, 324, 474 2, 323, 408 2, 103, 595 2, 113, 864 2, 199. 039 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAY 6. 842, 164 3. 551, 123 3. 572, 486 21, 163- 2, 248. 012 1, 324, 474 2, 323, 408 2. 103. 595 2, 113, 864 2, 199. 839 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAX 6, 042, 164 3, 551, 123 3. 572, 486 21, 363- 2, 248. 012 1, 324, 474 2, 323, 40B 2. 103, 595 2, 113. 864 2. 199. 639 m m O w N d Go pp TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE CA O 1D ROAD MILL LEVY FUND 0 Notc AlinA. wwncs( gust arc vr( aw. 96k MEET SUMMARY A 2006 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 W12 2013 2014 DESCR2ERON ACTUAL BU06ET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 4390, 908. 30) ( 552. 169. 66) ( 552, 169. 6{) 0. 00 $ 561, 851, 36 $ 611, 348. 00 $ 562. 966. 36 $] 29, 56). 36 $ 638, 523. 36 $ 1. 969. 485. 36 REVENUES 2, 60], 362. 62 S 3, 112, 161. 00 $ 2, 232, OT7. 00 ($ 360. 081. 00) $ 3, 522. 012, 00 $ 39, 935 00 S 3, 521. 912. 00 $ 3. 176, 221. 00 $ ], 1)8, 539. 00 $ 3, 562, 115, 00 EXPENDITURES 2. 264, 945. 96) $ ( 2, 626. 318. 00) $ ( 2, 122, 729. 00) SW3, 53. 00 $ ( 3, 555, 901. 00) ($ 1, 133, 125. 00) $ ( 3, 226, 311. 00) $ (] 019, 26500) $ ( 2, 30, 5/7. 00) $ ( 5. 169, 969. 00) YEAR BID CARRYOVER SY, 489. 64) $ 436. 35].] 6 $ 561, 85856 $ 123, 505. 00 $ 582966. 36 $ 21, 101. 00 $ 3N. 562. 36 $ 636, 523. 36 $ 1, 969, 185. 36 ApPap * W Ervin 2006 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Ys9. End C,n , ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED SNOWAIELT ROAD RESERVE'— .—_ 50. 00 0. 00 J SO, 00 0. 00 — $ 0. 00 0. 00 !$ 0. 00 0. 00 50. 00 000 INTERFUNO PAYABLE 5569, 062. 56) 50, 00 0. 00 50. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 000 MOD UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE 516, 592. 91 $ 136,] 3. 36 $ 561, 858. 36 3123. 505. 00 S632. 964. 36 $ 21, 108. 00 $ 379. 562. 36 $ 438, 523. 36 $ 1. 969. 485. 36 $ 81. 961. 36 Y. EM APP' W9 52. 489. 64) $ 458, 353. 36 $ 561, 83.% $ 123, 505. 00 $ 682. 966. 36 $ 21, 101. 00 $ 3". 561. 36 $ 31, 523. 36 $ 1, 969, 115. 36 561,% 1. 16 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 24: 00 B= ET PREPARATION WMSR88T PA z 1 PROGRAM GM601L MR PISC YEAR 2010 ACCOUflI' IMG PERIOD 0912009 X O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m N C 2008 2009 REVISM 2009 PROPOSED 2030 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ARYNAII' IMIBER ACLOUtIt pESCAIPI' IOp AC BUDGET BUIX' E1' ••• VARWICE••• BUDf. BT '•• VARWICE••• BUDGET BBDGEI B12IXET BUDGES 0 tp O O N WAD MILL LEVT PURO W N TAERS s 007- 0000- 300. 01- 01 PROPE' R1T TAEE9 2, 534, 656- 2. 576. 687- 2, 576. 683- 0 3, 452, 612- 88. 925 3, 453. 612- 3. 452, 612- 3. 452, 612- 3, 556, 190- REVEIM 2, 524, 656- 2,5] 6. 66]- 2, 576. 687- 0 3, 452. 612- 88, 925 3. 452, 612- 3, 452. 612- 3, 452, 612- 3, 556, 190- TAXES 2, 524,. 656- 2,5] 6. 68]- 2,5] 6, 68]- 0 3, 452, 612- 875. 925 3. 4S2, 612- 3. 452, 612- 3, 452, 612- 3, 556, 190- LICEI2SES/ PERMITS 007. 0000- 300. 03- 30 ROM CUP PERMITS 16. 050- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVEIp3E 16, 050- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I--- __._... U== SES/ PERMITS 16, 050- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CNARGRS MR SERVICES 007- 0000- 300. 04- 19 OCCUPMCY ASSESSMEzI 391409- 519, 474- 155. 000- 364, 474- 114, 400- 40, 600- 62, 000- 15. 000- 15, 000- 15. 000- REVENUE 39, 409- 519, 474- 155. 000- 364, 474- 114, 400- 40, 600- 62, 000- 151000- 15, 000- 15, 000- CHARGES MR SERVICES 39, 409- 519, 474- 155, 000- 364, 474- 114. 400- 40. 600- 62. 000- 15, 000- 15, 000- 15. 000- MI. 9CELLAMEOVO 00]- 0000- 300. 0]- 01 IYRERESp IISCOMR 23. 252- 21, 000- 5, 390- 151610- 10, 000- 4, 610 10. 300- 10. 609- 10, 927- 11, 255- REVEIM 23, 252- 21, 000- 5. 390- 15, 610- 10, 000- 4, 610 10, 300- 10, 609- 10, 927- 111255- MISCELLAITEWS 23, 252- 21, 000- 5. 390- 15, 610- 10. 000- 4, 610 10. 300- 10, 609- 10. 927- 11, 255- REVEIR38S 2. 603, 367- 3, 117, 161- 2,] 3], 077- 380, OB4- 3, 577, 012- 839, 935 3. 524, 912- 3. 478, 221- 3, 478. 539- 3, S82, 445- REVENUES 2, 603, 367- 3. 117. 161- 2, 737. 077- 380, 084- 3. 577, 012- 839, 935 3. 524. 912- 3, 478, 221- 3. 478, 539- 3, 582, 445- MO MILL LEVY MID 2, 603. 367- 3, 117, 161- 2, 137, 077- 300, 084- 3. 577, 012- 839, 935 3, 524, 912- 3. 478, 221- 3,4] 8, 539- 3. 582, 445- ROM MILL LEVY FUND 2, 603, 367- 3, 117, 161- 2, 737, 077- 300, 084- 3.5]], 012- B39. 935 3, 524, 912- 3, 470, 221- 3, 478, 539- 3. 582, 445- ROAD MILL LEVY PUND 2, 603. 367- 3. 117, 161- 2,] 3], 077- 380, 084- 3. 577, 012- 839, 935 3, 524. 912- 3. 478. 221- 3. 478. 539- 3. 582, 445- 4. PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 21: 11 BVDf. E'I PREPARATION WRRSREET PAGR I PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCgNIPINB PERIOD 09/ 2009 v Z1 0 2009 2010 2031 2012 2013 2014 Imp N l 1008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPoSED 2010 PROPOSED DROWSED PROWS® PROWS® 00 ACCOUNT 17UMBER ACCOUNT' DESCRIPTION ACIVAL BUDGET BUDGED ••• VARWICE•+• BUD38T ••• VARWICE••• Bur: BUDGET BUD34I U ET q a o O N N ROAD MILL LEVY pUND W A 8EP@2DITVRES ESP@B3ITURES ROAD FUND EKP @IDIT' UR85 007- 0000- 400. 55- 01 @1GINEERUR: EXPEMUITURE. 4 18, 471 30, 000 19. 445 10, 555 25. 000 5, 555- 25, 000 25, 000 25. 000 25, 000 007- 0000- 400. 55- 04 COLLECTION PER 50, 810 51, 533 51, 533 0 69, 052 17, 519- 69, 052 69, 052 69. 052 71, 124 007- 0000- 400. 55- OS MISCELLANEOUS 6, 450 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 55- 06 T SF@R OUT- GENERAL PURR 1, 147, 930 2, 048, 565 1, 677, 229 371, 336 1, 954, 959 277, 730- 1, 864, 213 1, 878, 319 1, 536, 612 1, 745, 932 007- 0000- 400. 55- 09 WAY FINDING SIQJS 0 8. 000 8. 000 0 100, 000 92, 000- 100, 000 0 0 0 007. 0000- 400. 55- 90 PROJECIS 0 488, 220 10. 000 478, 220 513, 000 503, 000- 513, 000 513. 000 513, 000 424, 000 EXPENDITURE 1, 823, 661 2, 626. 318 1, 766. 207 860, 111 2, 662. 011 895. 804- 2, 571, 265 2. 485, 371 2, 143, 664 2, 266, 056 ROAD PLAID BXPENDIT 1, 823, 661 2, 626, 310 1, 766. 207 860, 111 21662. 011 895. 804- 2, 571, 265 2. 485. 371 2, 143, 664 2, 266, 056 ROAD EXPEIRJITURPS 001- 0000- 400. 56- 02 BRUSH CREEK LANE 0 0 1, 108 11108- 0 1, 108 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 03 BRUSH CREEK ROAD 25, 524 0 44, 483 44, 483- 0 44, 403 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 09 OWL CREEK ROAD 3, 621 0 100, 000 100, 000- 0 100, 000 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 11 SNOWMASS CLUB CIRCLE 0 0 26, 676 26, 678- 0 26, 678 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 17 NEADOW ROAD 35, 252 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 29 DBKR RIDGE LAIDS 4, 910 0 508 508- 0 508 0 0 0 p 007- 0000- 400. 56- 34 MAPLE RIDGE LANL 46, 412 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 007- 0000- 400. 56- 36 RIDGE ROAD 109, 714 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 41 CAMPGROUND LAIR2 16, 765 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 007- 0000- 400. 56- 54 CARRIAGERAY/ SNOWMELT ROAD 131, 826 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 57 UPPER CRP31 00 LAKE 0 0 1, 296 1, 296- 0 1, 296 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 64 ALPINE LANE 7, 504 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 65 BRIDGE LANE 1, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 66 CREEK LJU* 4, 950 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007. 0000- 400. 56- 67 BDGEWOOD LAMB 2, 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 69 HIDDEN LANE 1, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 72 SPANIUN LANE 1. 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 75 WOOD ROAD 51000 0 49. 931 49. 931- 0 49. 931 0 0 0 0 O07- 0000- 400. 56- 78 1.0'1' S 26. 532 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 85 HANKRIDGE 0 O 3, 456 3, 456- 0 3, 456 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 56- 94 ASPHALT PATCHING 0 0 51000 5, 000- 0 5, 000 0 0 0 O EXPENDITURE 423, 510 0 232, 460 232, 460- 0 232, 460 0 0 0 0 ROAD EXPENDITURES 423, 510 0 232, 460 232, 460- 0 232, 460 0 0 0 0 ROAD EXPENDITURES 007- 0000- 400. 57- 33 SNOWMELT ROAD HARD GUSTS 0 0 0 0 350, 000 350, 000- 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 54 TWO CREEKS DRIVE 0 0 34, 224 34, 224- 0 34, 224 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 57 PINECRESP DRIVE 17, 778 0 59, 838 59, 838- 0 59, 838 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 67 CRACK SEAL 0 0 10. 000 10, 000- 0 10. 000 0 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 71 BC/ WOOD RD ROUNDABOIN 0 O 0 0 0 0 623. 152 0 0 0 007- 0000- 400. 57- 72 BC/ OWL CAR ROUNDABOIN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31000, 000 007- 0000- 400. 57- 74 BUS STOPS 0 0 2010OD 20, 000- 0 20, 000 0 0 0 0 MEPARM 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 21: 11 BUDGET PRZFA TIO[ 1 MOR EE,I PAGE 2 PRO(. FAM GM601L MR PI$ CAL YEAR 2010 ACNI Mlle PERIOD 09/ 2009 D O 0 L 2009 3010 3031 3012 2017 2011 N m O 2008 2009 REVISER 2009 PROPOSE[) 2010 PROPOSED PROPoSHO PROPOSED PMMSW 04 O 0 AC mm[ N[ 1BER ACmO DESa[ IPTI011 ACNAL BU ZT BURLEY •'• VARSAI2Y+•• BVD[: CI' ••• VARIADCEr.+ OOWET BUDGET BUDGET B RT O N W N 007- 0000- 400. 57- 75 MIME BOILER MAIITR7CE 0 0 0 0 30, 030 30, 030- 30, 076 30, 030 30, 030 90. 030 J 007- 0000- 400. 57- 76 BRIDGH NAIRTEIORICE 0 O 0 0 76. 107 96. 776- 96, 176 97. 776 9>,» 6 96, 776 A 006- 0000- 100. 57- 77 TIENAII. MAI[>[ EIWICE O O 0 0 6, 106 76. 107- 76, 306 76, 107 76, 107 76. 107 007- 0000- 400. 57- 78 = WALL REPLA® l " 0 0 0 0 339, 980 339, 980- 329, 981 329. 981 0 0 CXPEMDIT 17, 770 0 124, 062 124, 062- 093, 893 769. 831- 1, 157, 046 533, 894 203, 913 3. 203. 913 ROM EEP6RI`= E5 17, 670 0 124, 062 124, 062- 091, 893 769, 831- 1, 157, 046 533, 894 203, 913 3. 203. 913 R% PENDI7 s 2. 264, 949 2, 626, 318 2, 122. 729 503, 589 3, 555. 904 1, 433. 175- 3, 728, 311 3, 019. 265 2, 347, 577 5. 469. 969 EXPENDITURES 2, 264, 949 2, 626. 318 2. 122, 729 503, 589 3. 555, 904 1, 433, 175- 3, 728, 311 3, 019, 265 2, 347, 577 5, 469. 969 ROM MILL LEVY PU107 2, 264, 949 2, 626, 318 2. 122, 729 503, 589 3, 555, 904 1, 433. 175- 3. 720, 311 3, 019, 265 2, 347. 577 5. 469. 969 I---- ------------ ------------ ------------ ROM MILL LEVY MID 2, 264. 949 2. 626. 310 2, 122, 729 503, 589 3, 555, 904 1, 433.. 75- 3, 720. 311 3. 019. 265 2, 347, 577 5, 469. 969 ROAD MILL LHVY M,, 2, 264. 949 2, 626, 310 2, 122, 729 503, 589 3, 555, 904 1, 433, 175- 3, 728, 311 3. 019, 265 2, 347, 577 5, 469. 969 TOWN OF SNOWMASS MIAGE EXCISE TAX FUND v O a m BUDGET SUMMARY m o 3 0 rJ N 2008 2009 2009 S 2010 f 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIDTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 4, 748, 143. 51 $ 4, 565, 844. 05 § 3, 292, 886. 98 ($ 1272, 957. 07) $ 3, 859, 299. 06 $ 566, 412. 08 $ 6, 318, 399. 06 $ 7, 119, 899. 06 $ 7, 922, 944. 06 $ 8, 727, 580. 06 REVENUES 1, 458, 733. 49 $ 1, 090, 000. 00 $ 840, 354. 37 ($ 249, 64563) $ 808, 000. 00 ($ 32, 354. 37) $ 801, 500. 00 $ 803, 045. 00 $ 804, 636. 00 $ 806, 275. 00 Trernfe in - CID( Vppsr Ksaros) 11163. 17 0. 00 ODD 000 000 0. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 CORE Sant 0. 00 0. 00 $ 90. 0000D f90, 0000D 0. 00 ($ 90. 000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Sale of CC 925 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 000 $ 800, 000. 00 $ 800. 000. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Rodeo Plan Hanes- Phosa I only $ 2, 276, 19421 $ 1, 705, 084. 34 $ 3, 274, 642. 71 $ 1, 569, 558. 37 0. 00 ($ 3, 274, 642. 71) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Radea Plan Hanes- Phosa 2 000 W000 51694, 016. 00 $ 1, 694, 016. 00 $ 852, . W ($ 841, 416. 00) 0. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 EXPENDITURES 30, 410. 00) 0. 00 ($ 307, 337. 00) ($ 307, 337. 05) ($ 1, 500. 00) $ 305, 837. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 CC Tawnha AssessR 534, 236. 25) ($ 440, 411. 00) ($ 513, 911. 00) ($ 73, 50000) 0. 00 $ 513, 911. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 - 0. 00 Rodeo Plots Hanes- Phone I only ($ 3, 795, 854. 08) ($ 884, 853. 00) ($ 976, 3030D) ($ 91, 450. 00) 0. 00 $ 976, 303. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Rodeo Plats Heroes- Phase 2 6000 000 ( E3. 399, 348. OD) ($ 3, 349, 348. 0)) O. OD $ 3, 349, 348. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Trarefv od- CID( Rodeo Names) 806, 306. 17) ($ 111, 357. 00) ($ 153, 702. 00) ($ 42, 3450)) 000 $ 153, 702. 00 000 000 0. 00 0. 00 Trwm; far oat- CIP( br Site) 34, 540. 90) ($ 145, 000. 00) ($ 32, 000. 00) $ 113, 000. 00 000 $ 32, 000. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDING BALANCE 3292. 886. 98 $ 5, 779, 307. 39 $ 3, 859, 299. 06 ($ 1, 920, 008. 33) $ 6, 318, 399. 06 $ 2, 459, 100. 00 $ 7, 119, 899. 06 § 7, 922, 944. 06 $ 8, 727, 580. 06 $ 9, 533, 655. 06 Appropriotion from 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Year End Cmrvover REVISED BUDGET Revised VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE 3, 292, 886. 98 $ 5, 779, 307. 39 $ 3, 859, 299. 06 ($ 1, 920, 008. 33) $ 6, 318, 399. 06 $ 2. 459, 100. 00 $ 7, 119, 899. 06 $ 7922, 944. 06 $ 8, 727, 580. 06 $ 9, 533, 855. 06 Veer End Appropriation 3, 292, 886. 98 1 $ 5, 779, 307. 39 $ 3, 859, 299. 06 ($ 1, 920, 008. 33) $ 6, 318, 399. 06 $ 2, 459,! 00. 00 $ 7. 119, 899. 06 $ 7, 922, 944. 06 $ 8, 727, 580. 06 $ 9, 533, 855. 06 PREPARED 10/ 12/ 09, 11: 52: 01 B rr PREPARATIoll MRKS8EET PACE 1 PRO(.' NA,Y 61601E FOR FIsG YEAR 2010 ACYVVlffING PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 0 2008 2009 RLVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOS® PROPOSED PROPOSED b , 4 O O ACCOUNT NLptBER ACCOIMI' DESCRIPTION AClIWL BIIDGCP BUDGET •.• VARIm=..• BUDGET ... VARIAI. CE••• 80008T R= m BUIX' 8'L BUDGEF w10N EXCISE TAX PIND o.. N N W TAXES 021- 0000- 300. 01- 07 aao- 3o0.o. 0101- 07 excise TAX 1. 3461565- 1, 000, 000. eoo. BOO- 200, 000- 750. 000- 50, 000- 750. 000- 950. 000- 750, 000. 750, 000- ' p REVENUE 1, 346. 565- 1, 000. 000- 800, 000- 200, 000- 150, 000- 50, 000. 050. 000- 950. 000- 950, 000- 250, 000- TAXES 1, 346. 565- 11000, 000- 800, 000- 200, 000- 950. 000- 50, 000- 950. 000- 050, 000- 750, 000- 750, 000- coN IB= O115 021- 0000- 300, 06- 57 CORE GRANT 0 O 90, 000- 9D, 000 0 90, 000- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 0 0 90, 000- 9D. 000 0 90, 000- 0 0 0 0 COIFIRIBETIIONS 0 0 90, 000- 90, 000 0 90. 000- 0 0 0 0 MISCEL1filiE0US 021- 0000- 300, 07- 01 IISTflIEET I32COUS 112, 169- 90. 000- 20, 822- 69, 178- 50, 000- 29. 178 51, 500- 53, 045- 54, 636- 56. 275- 021- 0000- 300, 07- 95 RENTAL INCOME 0 0 19. 532- 19, 532 81000- 11, 532- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 112, 169- 90. 000- 40, 354- 49. 646- 58, 000- 17, 646 51, 500- 53, 045- 54, 636- 56, 275- I........ ---__'.__-- MISCELW MUS 112, 169- 90. 000- 40, 354- 49, 646- 58, 000- 17, 646 51, 500- 53, 045- 54, 636- 56. 275- 7RANSFERS PROM OTNER FUND 021- 0000- 300, 08- 23 TRANSFRRS IN- CAP PRWECTS 11, 163- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 11, 163- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTNER FUND 11, 163- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SALE OR ASSETS 021- 0000- 300, 10- 05 SALE PROCEEDS- Phase I 2, 276. 194- 1, 705, 004- 3, 274, 642- 11569, 558 0 3. 274, 642- 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 300, 10- 08 SALE OF ASSETS 0 0 0 0 800, 000- 000, 000 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 300, 10- 10 SALES PROCEEDS- Phase II 0 0 1, 694, 016- 1, 694, 016 852, 600- 041, 416- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 2. 276. 194- 1, 705, OB4- 4, 968, 658- 3, 263. 574 1, 652, 600- 3. 316, 058- 0 0 0 0 SALE OF ASSETS 2, 276, 194- 1, 705. 004- 4, 968, 658- ;, 263. 574 11652. 600- 3, 316, 058- 0 O O 0 REVENUES 3. 746, 091- 2, 795. 084- 5, 899. 012- 3, 101. 928 2, 460. 600- 3, 430. 412- 801. 500- 803. 045- 804, 636- 806. 275- REVENUES 3. 746. 091- 2. 795. 004- 5, 099, 012- 3, 103, 928 2. 460, 600- 3. 438, 412- 801. 500- 803, 045- 804, 636- 806, 275- EXCISE TAX FUND 3. 746. 091- 2. 795. 084- 5, 899, 012- 3, L03, 920 2. 460, 600- 3. 438. 412- 801. 500- 603, 045- 804, 636- 806. 275- EXCISE TAX PUN0 3, 746. 091- 2, 795, 084- 51899, 012- 3, 103, 928 2, 460, 600- 3. 438, 412- 801, 500- 803, 045- 804, 636- 806, 275- EXCISE TAX FU 3, 746, 091- 2, 795, 084- 5, 899, 012- 3, 103, 928 2, 460, 600- 3. 438, 412- 001, 500- 803, 045- 804, 636- 806. 275- PREPARED 10/ 12/ 09, L2: 46: 42 BUDGET PREPARATION WRESUEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM f 6011 MR FlS YEAR 2010 ACCOIP. RING PERIOD 09/ 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED d N 0 N a AR n NOHBER ACNIINI' DESCRITCION ACNAl- BUDGE! BI ] Fr •+' VARIANCE••• BUDGES •" VARLANCE"' BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET 01 O GO V O O EXCISE TAX FUND O' D O N 6J W N RXPRNDITUBEB A EXPENDITURES PUR( ED SERVICES 021- 0000- 40D. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICES 30, 410 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 RXP@NITURE 30, 410 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 PURCHASED SERVICES 30, 410 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 021- 0000- 400. 04- 12 HISCEL BONS 0 0 6, 720 6. 720- 1. 500 5. 220 0 a 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 04- 40 H011EONNPAS ASSESSMENT 534, 236 440, 411 513, 911 73. 500- 0 513. 911 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 534. 236 440, 411 520, 631 80. 220- 1. 500 519. 131 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 HAINTENANCE 534, 236 440. 411 520, 631 80. 220- 1. 500 519, 131 0 0 0 0 CAPITAL 021- 0000- 40D. 06- 38 PURCHASE OF CC TOVnhLAes 0 0 300, 611 300. 617- 0 300, 617 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 39 RODEO PLACE HONES 3, 795. 854 804, 853 976, 303 91, 450- 0 976, 303 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 41 Phase 2A- CO05u1tants 0 0 69, 501 69. 501- 0 69, 501 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 42 Phase 2A - Develpnam Chrg 0 0 44, 101 44, 101- 0 44, 101 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 43 Phase 2A - Site/ COnstrctn 0 0 1, 933, 420 1, 933, 420- 0 1, 933, 420 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 44 Phase 2A - Other Cost- ROI 0 0 8, 000 81000- 0 8. 000 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 46 Phase 2A - Owners Rep 0 0 66, 473 66, 413- 0 66, 473 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 47 Phase 2A - Contingent, 0 0 105, 675 105, 675- 0 105, 675 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 4B Phase 2A - Miscellaneous 0 0 4, 000 4. DOO- 0 4, 000 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 5L PHASE 2B - CONSULTANTS 0 0 58, 000 58. 000- 0 50, 000 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 53 PHASE 2B - SITE/ CONSTHUIN 0 0 1. 033, 118 1, 033. L78- 0 1, 033, 178 0 0 0 0 021- 0000- 400. 06- 61 PHASE 2C - CONSIE. TA S 0 8 27, ODO 27. 000- O 21, 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1. 795, 854 684, 853 4. 626, 268 3, 741, 415- 0 4, 626. 268 0 0 0 0 CAPS" 3, 795, 854 884, 853 4. 626. 268 3, 741, 415- O 4, 626. 268 0 0 0 0 7RNISFER OUT 021- 0000- 400. 00- 22 Trnsf- Cap PZOj- Housing 840. 847 256. 357 185, 702 70. 655 0 185. 702 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 840. 847 256, 357 185. 702 70, 655 O 185. 702 0 0 0 0 T ISPER ow B40, 847 256, 357 185, 702 70. 655 0 185. 702 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURES 5. 201. 347 1. 501, 621 5, 332, 601 3, 750. 980- 1, 500 5, 331, 101 0 0 0 0 RXPENDITURES 5. 201, 347 1, 581, 621 5. 132, 601 3. 750, 900- 11500 5, 331, 101 0 0 0 D EXCISE TAX P[R] O 5, 201, 347 1, 581, 621 5, 332, 601 3. 750, 980- 11500 5, 331, 101 0 0 0 0 EXCISE TAX FUND 5, 201, 347 1, 581, 621 5. 332, 6D1 3. 750, 980- 11500 5. 331. 101 0 0 0 0 vm0 f0 00 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE 0° CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM W N BUDGET SUMMARY o' 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 1, 679, 422. 54 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 REVENUES 5, 901. 223. 54 $ 811, 357. 00 $ 608, 236. 00 $ 203. 121. 00 $ 30, 000. 00 $ 578, 236. 00 $ 30, 000. 00 $ 30, 000. 00 $ 2. 530, 000. 00 $ 15, 930, 000. 00 EXPENDITURES 7, 5B0, 646. 08) ($ 811, 357. 00) ($ 608, 236. 00) ($ 203121. 00) ($ 30, 000. 00) ($ 578, 236. 00) ($ 30, 000. 00) ($ 30, 000. 00) ($ 2, 530, 000. 00) ($ 15, 930, 000. 00) Tmmfa/ RETT 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDING BALANCE 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 50. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 24: 51 BUDGET PREPARATION BORIi RBT PAGE 1 PRO( JtAM Q1601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AC nING PERIOD 09/ 2009 N N 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m O 2 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED V O ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOMn D85CRIPTION ACI' INW BDDGCf BUOCEP .. rVARINICE r.. gpprgT •• rVARINiCB• rr BOEGET BUTGEP BVDLEI BULGE[ N CAPITAL IMPROV@1FIT PROCH N ull' 85[ GOVERIMBNIAL Rzwn. E a 023- 0000- 300, 02- 17 60] C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6, 400, 000- 023- 0000- 300, 02- 23 PTA- 5309 GRANT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7, 000, OOD- REVENUE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13, 400, 000- INI' EPtCAVEPUM @IIAL REVENUE 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 13, 400. 000- MISCELLMIPAUS 023- 0000- 300, 07- 55 INTEREST INCOME - BOND PN 22, 891- 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 22, 091- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELLANEOUS 22, 891- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTRER POND 023- 0000- 300, 08- 04 TRANSFER IN RETT MR7 4, 774, 185- 555, 000- 422, 534- 132, 466- 3D, 000- 392, 534- 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- 30, 000- 023- 0000- 300, 08- 21 T VSPER IN P- PPERY FUND 120, 000- 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 08- 22 TRANSFER IN - EXCISE TAX 840, 847- 256. 357- 105, 702- 70, 655- 0 185, 702- 0 0 2, 500. 000- 2, 500. 000- 023- 0000- 300, 08- 27 TRANSPBR IN RETP TRNISIT 30, 300- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 300, 08- 30 TRANSPRR IU RETT- WN NGl. 7 113, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REV8 5, 878, 332- 811, 357- 608, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 578, 236- 30, 000- 30. 000- 2, 530, 000- 2. 530, 000- TRANSFERS PROM (/ BIER MID 5. 878. 332- 811, 357- GD8, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 578, 236- 30. 000- 30. 000- 2, 530, 000- 2, 530, 000- REVSNUES 5, 901, 223- 0111357- 600, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 578. 236- 30, 000- 30. 000- 2. 530, 000- 15, 930, 000- REVENUES 5. 901. 223- 811, 157- 600, 136- 203. 121- 30. 000- 578. 236- 30, 000- 30, 000- 2, 530, 000- 15. 934, 000- CAPITAL IMPROV @d' NT PR0474 5, 901. 223- 811, 357- 608, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 578, 236- 30, 000- 30, 000- 2, 530, 000- 15, 930, ODO- CAPITAL IMPROVeNLRIT PROCH 5, 901, 223- 811. 357- 600, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 570, 236- 30, 000- 30, 000- 2, 530. 000- 15, 930, 000- CAPITAL IMPROV TP PRCQ 5, 901, 223- 811, 357- 608, 236- 203, 121- 30, 000- 578, 236- 30, 000- 30, 000- 2, 530. 000- 15, 930. 000- PREPARED 10/ 12109, 13: 55: 23 BUDGET PREPARATION WORESLIEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM IX4601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOUTRDIG PERIOD 0912009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PRONSED PMKISED PROPOSED 00 6 ACNULR NUMBER ACCOURI' DPSCILIPTIOP ACNAL RU E7I BUOGL? ••• VARZARCE••. 8OI38T ••• VARIAI: CR••• B SRI BU n BUDGET BIR: GET 61 O CAPITAL IMPROVEMENP PRd W w O N GfN EXPENDITURES A EXPENDITURES CAPITAL OVPLAY 023- 0000- 530. 06- 01 TRAIL ADDITIONS 50, 019 50, 000 30, 000 20, 000 30. 000 0 30, 000 30. 000 30. 000 30, 000 023- 0000- 530. 06- 02 BUS SOOP IMPROVEMENTS 0 80. 000 0 80. 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 05 ENTRY CIVIL WO COS15 23, 147 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 06 TORN HALL- SOFT LOSTS 74, 939 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 10 P PWYEE HOUSING 806. 306 111, 357 L53. 702 42, 345- 0 153. 702 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 17 BRU CRK STREAM RES30RATDI 204, 951 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 20 E Y CIVIL- HARD COSTS 409, 374 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 21 E Y PARKS/ TRAILS W" 83, 474 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 30 GYM - SOFT COSTS 48, 610 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 31 GYM - HARD COSTS 3, 107, 843 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 33 MALL TRANSIT- PLAN s ESIGI 4, 300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 34 MALL TRANSIT- TART] STATION 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13, 400, 000 023- 0000- 530. 06- 38 TORN RALL- HARD COSTS 425, 342 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 40 ENTRY PARRS/ TRAILS HARD 1, 937, 790 425, 000 392, 534 32, 466 0 392, 534 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 42 IRPRR KEARNS DWI= PRS 205 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 06- 45 EMP HOIISIM- GRAN SITE 34. 541 145. 000 32, 000 113. 000 0 32, 000 0 0 2. 500. 000 2. 500. 000 EXPENDITURE 7, 290. 841 811, 357 608. 236 203. 121 30. 000 570, 236 30, 000 30. 000 2. 530. 000 15, 930, 000 CAPITAL OUI] AY 7. 290. 841 811, 357 608. 236 203, 121 30, 000 578, 236 30. 000 30. 000 2, 530. 000 15. 930. 000 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUND 023- 0000- 530. 08- 02 T SPER OVI- GEN® tAL PUIID 252, 641 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 023- 0000- 530. 08- 03 TRANSPBR 07I- EXCISE TX PM 11. 163 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 HXPERDIT E 263, 004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FIHiD 263, 804 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENOI7VRES 023- 0000- 530. 09- 11 WRITB/ OPP ACCTS REC 26, OOD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 26, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER EXPENDITURES 26. 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RXPENDITURES 7, 580, 645 811, 357 608. 236 203, 121 30, 000 578, 236 30, 000 30, 000 2. 530. 000 15, 930, 000 EXPENDITURES 7, 580, 645 B1L, 357 608, 236 203, 121 30, 000 578. 236 30, 000 30, 000 2, 530, 000 15, 930, 000 CAPITAL IMPROVEMEW PR009 7, 580, 645 611, 357 608, 236 203, 121 30. 000 578, 236 30, 000 30, 000 2, 530, 000 15, 930, 000 CAPITAL IMPROVEME7I PROC44 7. 580. 645 811, 359 608. 236 203, 121 30, 000 578. 236 30, 000 30, 000 2. 530, 000 15. 930, 000 CAPITAL IMPROVRMHAT PROGM 7. 500. 645 811, 357 608, 236 203, 121 30. 000 578, 236 30. 000 30, 000 2. 530, 000 15. 930, 000 T1 A 0 m m u a 4 m 0 TOWN OF SNOWMA55 VILLAGE p° m° O N MARKETING AND SPECIAL EVENTS FUND w BUDGET SUMM MARY a 2008 2OD9 2009 5 2010 S 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESOlIPTION Actual BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 624, 696. 44 $ 433, 40622 $ 433, 406. 22 0. 00) $ 261, 003. 22 ($ 372, 403. 00) $ 307, 953. 22 $ 365, 969. 22 $ 507. 225. 22 $ 724, 723. 22 REVENUES 3895, 648. 76 $ 3, 156, 607. 00 $ 3, 065, 097. 00 ($ 91, 51000) $ 3, 067, 097. 00 $ 2, 000. 00 $ 3, 136, 953. 00 $ 3, 233, 499. 00 $ 3, 337, 641. 00 $ 3, 440, 457. 00 EXPENDITURES 4, 086, 940. 98) ($ 3, 270, 000. OD) ($ 3, 237, 500. 00) $ 32, 500. 00 ($ 3, 020. 147. 00) $ 217, 353. 00 ($ 3, 078, 937. 00) ($ 3, 092243. 00) ($ 3, 120, 143. 00) ($ 3, 143, 097. 00) ENDINB BALANCE 433, 406. 22 $ 320, 013. 22 $ 261, 003. 22 ($ 59, 010. 00) $ 301, 953. 22 $ 46, 950. 00 $ 365, 969. 22 $ 507, 225. 22 $ 724, 723. 22 $ 1, 022, 083. 22 Appropriation from 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Year End Corrvouer Actual BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED RESERVE( 10% of R.. a z) $ 389, 564. 88 $ 315, 660. 70 $ 306, 509. 70 ($ 9, 151. 00) $ 3D6. 709. 70 200. 00 $ 313, 695. 30 $ 323, 349. 90 $ 333, 764. 10 $ 344, 045. 70 UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE 43. 841. 34 $ 4, 352. 52 ($ 45, 506. 48) ($ 49, 859. 00) $ 1, 243. 52 $ 46, 750. 00 $ 52, 273. 92 $ 183, 875. 32 $ 390, 959. 12 $ 678, 037. 52 Yw End Appropriation $ 433, 406. 22 $ 320, 013. 22 $ 261, 003. 22 ($ 59, 010. 00) $ 307, 953. 22 $ 46, 950. 00 $ 365, 96922 $ 507225. 22 $ 724. 723. 22 $ 1, 022. 083. 22 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 29: 37 BUEGE' I PREPARATION MORICSHEET PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOIDTTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 d N O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 m H G 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ACCOUNT NUMBER ACC W`T DESCRIVTioll ACNAL BUDGES BUDGET ••• VARWICE••• EUDG61' ••• VARWICE'•• BOIX' 4I BDO(. BUDGET BUIX- EP C 90 w O N MARAETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS W N TAKES P 022- 0000- 300. 01- 04 TONL2 SALES TAK 3, 478, 011- 2, 909, 10]- 2, 828, 000- 01, 107- 2, 828, 000- 0 2. 804, 856- 2, 971, 402- 1, 060. 544- 3, 153, 360- REVENUE 3, 478. 011- 2, 909, 107- 2, 828. 000- 61, 107- 2. 828, 000- 0 2, 884, 856- 2, 971, 402- 3, 060. 549- 3. 152, 360- TAKES 3,4] 8. 011- 2, 909. 107- 2. 828, 000- 61, 101- 2, 828. 000- 0 2, 884, 856- 2. 971, 402- 3. 060, 544- 3. 152, 360- CHARGES MR SERVICES 022- 0000- 300, 04- 24 ARTS 6 CRAFTS SHON ( 1ST) 6, 715- 6. 000- 6, 000- 0 6, 000- 0 6, 000- 6. 000- 61000- 6, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 28 w LWN FESTIVAL 71050- 11000- 2, 000- 11000 2, 000- 0 2, 000- 2, 000- 4, 000- 5, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 29 CHILI PEPPER 6 BREW PEST 142, 550- 155, D00- 196. 000- 91000- 160. 000- 14, 000 165, 000- 170. 000- 175, 000- 180. 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 31 WELLNESS 15, 433- 0 8, 000- 8, OD0 0 81000- 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 300, 04- 33 ORYORERP 3, 000- 2, 000- 2, 000- 0 2, 000- 0 2, 000- 2, 000- 5, 000- 5, 000- 022- 0000- 300, 04- 34 G3 BIM RACE 10. 490- 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 D D 022- 0000- 300, 04- 39 ADVERTISING HOTEL ( b- OP 33. 643- 0 2, 000- 2, 000 0 2. 000- 0 0 0 0 REVENUE 218, 881- 164, 000- 166, 000- 2, ODO 170, 000- 4, 000 175. 000- 180. 000- 190, 000- 196. 000- CHARGES MR SERVICBS 218, 881- 164, 000- 166, 000- 2, 000 170, 000- 4, 000 175, 000- 180. 000- 190, 000- 196, 000- COLTLRIBITTIONS 022- 0000- 300, 06- 56 S1T GIC METG PLAN 9, 387- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REJEVITE 9, 387- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 mtT RIBI7TIOHS 9. 387- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MISCELi. AN US 022- 0000- 300. 07- 01 I] TIEREST INCOME 16, 941- 22, 500- 2, 09]- 20, 403- 2, 097- 0 2, 097- 2, 097- 2, 097- 2, 097- 022- 0000- 300, 07- 84 DONATIONS SIA096R CONCERTS 145. 518- 60. 000- 60, 000- 0 65, 000- 5, 000 70, 000- 75, 000- 80, 000- 851000-. 022- 0000- 300. 07- 87 W2NTRR EVENTS 13. 910- 1, 000- 2, 000- 1, 000 2, 000- 0 51000- 5, 000- 5, 000- S. D00- 022- 0000- 300. 07- 88 GENERAL SMNSORSHIPS 0 0 7. 000- 7, 000 0 7, 000- 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 300, 07- 94 HL THE MASS 13, 000- 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 REOENUB 189, 369- 83. 500- 71, 097- 12, 403- 69, 097- 2. 000- 77, 097- 82. 097- 87, 097- 92. 097- MISCELLANEOUS 189, 369- 83, 500- 71, 097- 12. 403- 69, 097- 2, 000- ]], 097- 82, 097- 87, 097- 92, 097- RRVENUES 3, 895. 648- 3. 156, 607- 3, 065. 097- 51. SL0- 3, 067, 097- 2, 000 31136. 951- 3. 231, 499- 3. 337, 641- 3, 4901457. REV8NU68 3. 895, 648- 3, 156. 607- 3. 065, 097- 91, 510- 3. 067, 097- 2. 000 3, 136, 953- 3. 233. 499- 3. 337, 641- 3, 440, 457- MARKR nC/ SPECIAL EV @TTS 3. 895, 648- 3, 156. 607- 3. 065, 097- 91, 510- 3, 067, 097- 2, 000 3, 136. 953- 3. 233, 499- 3. 337, 641- 3, 440. 457- MARR73' 1' 11A;/ SPECIAL EVPTTS 3. 895. 648- 3, 156, 607- 31065, 097- 91, 510- 3, 061. 097- 2, 000 3, 136. 953- 3, 233, 999- 3, 337, 641- 3, 440, 457- MAR= T=/ SPECIAL EV @TTS 3, 895. 648- 3. 156, 607- 3, 065. 097- 91, 510- 3, 06], 09]- 2, 000 3, 136. 953- 3, 233. 499- 3. 137. 641- 3. 440, 957- PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 21: 37 BUDGET PREPARATION WORRSHEET PAGE 1 PRCGTAM GM601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOIBTTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 o AO 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 GO N a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O ACC gR If LRMOER ACC OUN T DE CRIPTIOV ACT UAL BUDGRt BDIX. ET ... VARIANCE••. BUDGET OUDCET BUDGET BUDGET' q[ gyp BUDGET .. VARIAMCB••• MARAEIING/ SPECIAL EVENTS W N A EXPENDITURES EEPEIMITURES PER IO EL SERVICES 022- 0000- 520. 01- 01 PAYROLL 368. 239 455. 000 443, 254 11, 416 462, 614 19, 423- 162, 617 462, 611 462, 611 462, 672 022- 0000- 520. 01- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 5. 204 1. 000 51000 4, 000- 51000 0 5, 000 5. 000 51000 51000 022- 0000- 520. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEPITS 140. 347 174. 000 170. 594 3, 406 192, 817 22, 223- 198, 602 206. 546 214. 808 223. 400 022- 0000- 520. 01- 10 TRAINING 4, 250 6. 000 51000 1, 000 51000 0 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 022- 0000- 520. 01- 12 TRAVEL 20, 321 18. 000 12, 000 6, 000 12, 000 0 12. 000 12, 000 12, 000 12. 000 E. XPENDITURE 538. 361 651. 000 635, 848 18, 152 677, 494 41, 646- 682, 279 690, 223 698, 485 107, 077 PERSONNEL SERVICES 536, 361 654. 000 6351848 18, 152 611, 494 41, 646- 602, 219 690, 223 698, 485 707, 011 PURCHASED SERVICES 022- 0000- 520. 02- 01 AUDTT 1, 648 2. 000 1, 000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 14 CONTRACT SERVICE 32. 116 25, 000 30, 000 5. 000- 25, 000 5, 000 - 25, 000 25. 000 25, 000 25, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 29 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 0 0 0 0 11000 1, 000- 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 7, 088 8. 000 7, 000 11000 7, 000 0 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 7, 000 022- 0000- 520. 02- 44 UTILITIES 1, 354 2. 000 21000 0 2. 000 0 2, 000 2. 000 2, 000 2, 000 EXPENDITURE 42, 206 37, 000 41, 000 4, 000- 37, 000 4, D00 36, 000 36. 000 36, 000 36, 000 PURCHASED SERVICES 42, 206 37. 000 41, 000 4, 000- 37. 000 4, 000 36, 000 36, 000 36. 000 36, 000 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 022- 0000- 520. 04- 02 BUILDING LEASE PAYMENTS 67, 567 80, 000 80. 000 0 00, 000 0 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 80, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 06 DUES MEMEERSHIPS 6 SUB+^ 1, 595 11000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 11000 11000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 09 INSURANCE 15 0 14 14- 15 1- 20 20 20 20 022- 0000- 520. 04- 12 MISCELLJ4iOUS 8, 200 15, 000 151000 0 15, 000 0 15. 000 15, 000 15. 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 26 SUPPLIES- EVENTS 21. 223 15, 000 16, 000 1. OD0- 14, 000 2, 000 14, 000 15, 000 15. 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 28 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 20, 849 22. 000 14, 000 81000 14, 000 0 14, 000 14, 000 13, 000 13, 000 022- 0000- 520. 04- 38 VEHICLE PARTS 6 SUPPS 564 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 39 VEHICLE LABOR 638 0 638 638- 638 0 638 0 638 0 022- 0000- 520. 04- 40 4OSTAGE 28. 739 50. 000 35, 000 15, 000 35, 000 0 35, 000 35, 000 35. 000 35. 000 EXPENDITURE 149, 390 183. 000 161, 652 21, 348 159, 653 11999 159, 658 160, 020 159. 658 159, 020 OPERATING 6 MAINTENANCE 149. 390 183. 000 161, 652 21, 348 159, 653 1, 999 159, 658 160, 020 159, 658 159, 020 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 022- 0000- 520. 08- 02 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 9, 864 7. 000 8, 000 11000- 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 022- 0000- 520. 08- 06 FNRNY HILL SODDING 3. 847 81000 7, 000 11000 8, 000 11000- 8, 000 81000 81000 8, 000 022- 0000- 520. 08- 10 TEN' PURCUA E 5. 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 18, 711 15. 000 15, 000 0 12, 000 3, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 ONE- TIME EXPENDITURES 18, 711 15. 000 35, 000 0 12, 000 3, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 OTHER COSTS 022- 0000- 520. 10- 31 A/R WRITEOFPS 3, 212 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 3. 212 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER COSTS 3, 212 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 21: 37 BUDGET PREPARATION WORRSREET PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L FOR PlS YEAR 2010 ACCOUNTING PERIOD 09/ 2009 bA 2009 2030 2011 2012 2013 2014 N 0 6 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED p cO ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT DESCRIPIIOH ACIVIW BBBCET BUDGBT r.• VARIANCE••• BBLC' EF BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET V! O 4C MARKETING W N 022- 0000- 520. 11- 05 SIGNAGE 25. 399 15, 000 15, 000 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 A 022- 0000- 520. 11- 08 PRRIIIUMS 31, 205 25, 000 25. 000 0 25, 000 0 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 20 RESPAACH. MESSAGING 8, 134 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 21 WINTER MARKETING V24, 156 600, 000 575, 000 25, 000 520. 000 55. 000 550. 000 550, 000 560, 000 565-, 000 022- 0000- 520. 31- 34 GROUP SALES MARKETING 49, 973 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 35 GUEES7 SERVICES TRAINING 26, 250 10, 000 15, 000 5, 000- 15. 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 54 PHOTOGRAPHY 27, 010 10, 000 8, 000 2, 000 81000 0 B4O00 8, 000 81000 E, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 55 TELEVISION 17, 093 5, 000 4, 000 11000 0 4, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 57 SUMMER MARKETING 546, 293 475, 000 481, 000 6, 000- 445, 000 36, 000 460. 000 465, 000 470, 000 475, D00 022- 0000- 520. 11- 58 RRC OCCUPANCY PROTECT 0 10, 000 10, 000 0 10, 000 0 10, 000 10. 000 10. 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 60 ONLINE MARKETING 162, 206 80, 000 93, 000 13, 000- 60, 000 33, 000 60, 000 60, 000 60. 000 65, 000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 61 SPONSORSHIP TOOLS 10, 526 6, 000 6, 000 0 6, 000 0 6, 000 61000 61000 61000 022- 0000- 520. 11- 62 DAV SPONSORSHIP 10, 000 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 64 FRONTIER 15, 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 11- 65 ACRA ASS AMBASSADOR 30. ODO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r EXPENDITURE 1, 683. 245 1, 236. 000 1, 232, 000 4, 000 1, 104, 000 128. 000 1. 149, 000 1, 154, 000 11169, 000 111841000 MARKETING 1, 683. 245 1, 236, 000 1, 232, 000 4, 000 1, 104, 000 128, 000 11149, 000 1, 154, 000 1, 169, 000 1, 184, 000 SPECIAL EVENTS 022- DOOD- 520, 12- 02 ARTS S CRAFTS SROW ( 1ST) IO' ODO 8. 000 8, 000 0 5, 000 3, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 04 BLAST THE MASS 81099 15. 000 15, 000 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 07 BALLOON FESTIVAL 58. 200 45, 000 45, 000 0 45, 000 0 45, 000 45, 000 45, 000 45, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 09 SUMPHR EVENT CONTRACTOR 46. 140 40, 000 40. 000 0 30, 000 10, 000 30, 000 25, 000 25, 000 25, 000 022- 0000- 520, 12- 10 FREE COISCERT SERIES 222, 860 150, 000 LSO, 000 0 150, 000 0 150. 000 150, 000 150, 000 150, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 11 JAZZ ASPEN/ SMASS LABOR pY 200, 000 175. 000 175, 000 0 150, 000 25, 000 150, 000 1501000 150. 000 150. 000 022- 0000- 520, 12- 14 CRILI PEPPER S BREW PEST 170, 250 220. 000 223, 000 3, 000- 220, 000 3. 000 220, 000 220, 000 225, 000 225, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 15 FAMILY PEST 20. 000 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 16 JULY 4TH ACTIVITIES 50, 000 16, 000 15, 000 1, 000 10, 000 51000 10, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 20 SMALL SEASONAL ACTIVITIES 35, 277 25, 000 70, 000 45, 000- 65, 000 51000 65, 000 65, 000 65, 000 65, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 23 JAS BLOCK PARTY 1, 249 2, 000 21000 0 2, 000 0 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 33 GARLIC 4 PUPPET FAIR 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 34 WELLNESS EXPERIENCE 70, 073 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 37 OKIOBERFEST 20, 000 12, 000 10, 000 2, 000 10, 000 0 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 10, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 38 WINTER EVENTS 189, 036 180, 000 150, 000 30, 000 120, 000 30. 000 120. 000 120. 000 120, 000 120, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 39 TRANSPORTATION 14, 918 20, 000 27, ODO 7, 000- 20, 000 7, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 20, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 49 FALL IN LOVE/ RIDE PR CURE 2, 344 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 54 CHAIRLIFTS 69, 418 30. 000 34, 000 4, 000- 50. 000 16, 000- 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 57 MASSIVE MUSIC 6 MOVIES 50, 250 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 62 FANNY HILL STAGE 0 0 L, 000 11000- 0 11000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 64 WINTER X GAMES 85, 000 85, 000 85, 000 0 50, 000 35, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50, 000 50. 000 022- 0000- 520. 12- 67 STAGE SET/ STRIKE 15, 880 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 68 TOWN SERVICES 19, 595 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 69 G3 TRAIL RACE 36. 499 14, 000 14, ODO 0 0 14, 000 0 0 0 0 022- 0000- 520. 12- 70 DISC GOLF EVENT 2, 208 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 1. 397. 337 1, 037, 000 1. 064, 000 27, 000- 942, 000 122. 000 942, 000 942, 000 947, 000 947, 000 SPECIAL EVENTS 1, 397. 337 1, 037, 000 1. 064, 000 27, 000- 942, 000 122, 000 942, 000 942, 000 9471000 9471000 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 21: 37 BUDGET PREPARATION PRY HEFT PAGE 3 PROGRAM d601L POE FISCAL YEAR 2010 AGCOI Mnf PERIOD 09/ 2009 D p O d 0 c 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 2008 2009 REVIEP. D 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOS= V O ACYUIRlI' IB m AC WM DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUDGET 0U0(' EP ••• VARIAIiC6•• r BUDG6T •• rVARIAt10E• r• BUEGET RBBGEI BUDGET BUDGET O N N W PVBLZG RBLATSONS 022- 0000- 520. 13- 01 PUBLIC RELATIONS 222, 874 70, 000 50, 000 10, 000 50, 000 0 60. 000 60, 000 60. 000 60, 000 A 022- 0000- 520. 13- 02 REBATE 31, 606 38, 000 38, 000 0 33, 000 0 38. 000 38, 000 38. 000 38, 000 EXPENDITURE 254, 400 108, 000 88, 000 20, 000 88. 000 0 98, 000 98, 000 98, 000 98, 000 98. 000 98, 000 98, 000 98. 000 PENDITURES 4, 086, 942 3. 270, 000 3, 237, 500 32, 500 3, 020. 147 217. 353 3, 070. 937 3, 092, 243 3, 120, 141 3. 143, 097 SXPMMITDRE9 4, 086, 942 3. 270, 000 3, 237, 500 32, 500 3. 020, L47 217, 353 3, 078, 937 3, 092. 243 3. 120, 143 3. 143. 097 MARR81' R2G{ SPECIAL E ns 4. 086, 942 3. 270, 000 31237. 500 32, 500 31020. 147 217, 353 3. 018, 937 3, 092, 243 3, 120, 143 31143, 097 r• MAREETING/ SPECIAL EVENTS 4, 086, 942 3, 270. 000 3. 237, 500 32, 500 3. 020, 147 217, 353 3, 078. 937 3, 092, 243 3. 120. 143 3. 143. 097 MAPXETING/ SPECIAL EvE= s 4, 086, 942 3, 270. 000 3, 237, 500 32, 500 3. 020, 147 217, 353 3, 078. 937 3, 092, 243 3, 120, 143 3, 143, 097 vz0m o 0ma 00 TOWN OF SNOWMA55 VILLAGE ma O W N GROUP SALES BUDGET 2010 a 2008 2009 2009 5 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION Actual BU06ET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 296, 128. 61 $ 563, 355. 90 $ 563, 355. 90 0. 00 $ 318, 448. 90 ($ 244, 907. 00) $ 201, 722. 90 $ 237, 388. 90 $ 294, 847. 90 $ 374, 189. 90 REVENUES 1, 377, 341. 01 $ 1, 152, 708. 00 $ 1, 121. 677. 00, ($ 31, 031. 00) $ 1, 091, 007. 00 ($ 30, 670. 00) $ 1, 114, 662. 00 $ 1, 147, 742. 00 $ 1, 181, 814. 00 $ 1, 216, 908. 00 EXPENDITIRES 1, 110. 113. 72) ($ 1, 499, 562. 00) ($ 1. 366, 584. 00) $ 132, 978. 00 ($ 1, 207, 733. 00) $ 158, 851. 00 ($ 1, 078, 996. 00) ($ 1, 090, 283. 00) ($ 1102, 472. 00) ($ 1, 115, 089. 00) ENDING BALANCE 563, 355. 90 $ 216, 501. 90 $ 318, 448. 90 $ 101, 947. 00 $ 201, 722. 90 ($ 116, 726. 00) $ 237, 388. 90 $ 294. 847. 90 $ 374, 189. 90 $ 476, 008. 90 Appropriation from 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Yaw End Ca" r Actual BUD6ET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED RESERVE( 10% of Roma ) 137, 734. 10 $ 115. 270. 80 $ 112167, 70 ($ 3103, 10) $ 109, 100. 70 ($ 3, 067. 00) $ 111, 466. 20 $ 114, 774. 20 $ 118, 18140 $ 121, 690. 80 UNAPPROPRIATED RESERVE - $ 425, 621. 80 $ 101, 23110 $ 206, 281. 20 $ 105, 050. 10 $ 92, 622. 20 ($ 113, 659. 00) $ 125, 922. 70 $ 180, 073. 70 $ 256, 008. 50 $ 354, 318. 10 Yew End App- op' iution 563, 355. 90 $ 216, 501. 90 $ 318446. 90 $ 101, 947. 00 $ 201, 722. 90 ($ 116, 726. 00) $ 237, 388. 90 $ 294, 847. 90 $ 374, 189. 90 $ 476, 008. 90 PRCPA 10/ 09/ 09, 11: 15: 29 BUIXiB' P PRBPARA w WORR5HL8- I PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AO LON73' I11G PERIOD 09/ 2009 vv0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED Go ARONlI' NIDIBER Amoum DE. 9OIIPTION AC BUDGET BUDGET ••` VARIANCE..• BUDGEP ••• VARIANCE••• BUDGET SUVGs SUDG8' I BUDGET W a Q 0 N-' GROUP BALES W N TAXES 024- 0000- 300, 01- 30 LODGING TAXES 1. 353, 968- 1, 096. 208- 1. D77, 507- 16, 701- 1,0]), 507- 0 1, 099, 057- 1, 132, 029- 1, 165. 989- 1, 200. 969- A REVENUE 1, 353, 968- 1, 096. 208- 1. D77, 507- 16, 701- 1,0)), 509- 0 1, 099, 057- 1, 132, 029- 11165. 989- 11200. 969- TAXES 1, 353, 968- 1, 096, 208- 1,0]), 501- 18, 701- 1, 07), 50]- 0 1, 099, 057- 1, 132, 029- 1. 165, 989- 11200, 969- M15CELP. ANBUUS 024- 0000- 300. 07- 01 ItII EST INCOME 13, 805- 10, 500- 31170- 7, 330- 3. 500- 330 3, 605- 3, 713- 3. 025- 3, 939- 024- 0000- 300, 07- 02 PENALTY 6 UII ES 7, 521- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 300, 07- 04 14ISCELLANEOUS II3C Z 649- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 300, 07- 86 BEDFORD LEASE 0 30, 000- 30, 000- 0 0 30, 000- 0 0 0 O 024- 0000- 300, 07- 92 HOTEL ' CO- OP' 1, 399- 16, 000- 11, 000- 5, 000- 10, 000- 1, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- 12, 000- REVENUE 23. 314- 56. 500- 44, 170- 12, 330- 13, 500- 30. 670- 15, 605- 15. 713- 15. 825- 15, 939- MISCELLANEOUS 23. 314- 56, 500- 44, 170- 12, 330- 13, 500- 30. 690- 15, 605- 15, 713- 15, 825- 15. 939- REVBtN6^+ 1, 377, 342- 1, 152, 708- 1, 121, 677- 31, 031- 1. 091, 007- 30, 670- 1. 114, 662- 1, 14],) 42- 1, 181. 814- 1, 316, 908- REVEIRBS 1, 377, 342- 1, 152, 708- 1, 121, 677- 31, 031- 1, 091. 007- 30, 670- 1, 114, 662- 1, 14],) 42- 1, 181, 814- 1, 216, 909- GROUP SALES 1,3]], 342- 1, 152, 708- 1, 121, 677- 31, 031- 1, 091, 007- 30, 6]0- 1, 114, 662- 1, 14],) 42- 1, 181, 814- 1, 216, 908- GROUP SALES 1, 377, 342- 1, 152. 706- 1, 121, 677- 31, 031- 1, 091, 007- 30, 670- 1, 114, 662- 1, 147, 742- 1, 181, 814- 1, 216. 908- GROUP SALES 7], 342- 1, 152, 105- 1, 121, 671- 31, 031- 1, 091. 00)- 30, 670- 1, 114, 662- 1. 14],] 42- 1, 181, 814- 1, 216, 908- PREPARED 10/ 09109. 09: 22: 13 BUIXEP PREPARATIOY MORRSRECY PAGE 1 PROGEW GM6011, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCOLIMIMI PERIOD 09/ 2009 d d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 431 W CL 3000 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED d O ACCOUNT' NUMBER ACCONIC DESCRIPTION ACTUAL. BNlD81' BIIDCET ••• VARIANCE••' BUDG4I ••• VARIANCE•'• BUDGB' P BUDCEP BI1IX' ET 0UC38T 1D( D GROUP SALRS W A ESPEIwINRES espEmx7tmEs PERSI( OWL SERVICES 024- 0000- 520. 01- 01 PAYROLL 384, 449 486, 021 513, 337 27, 316- 503. 899 9, 438 503, 099 503, 899 503, 899 503, 899 024- 0000- 520. 01- 00 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 9, 597 12. 000 12. 000 0 12. 000 0 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 12, 000 024- 0000- 520. 01- 09 PAYROLL- BENEFITS 181. 462 215. 521 207, 496 0, 025 233. 320 25, 824- 240, 320 249, 932 259, 930 270, 327 024- 0000- 520. 01- 10 TRAINING 0 30. 000 30, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15. 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 024- 0000- 520. 01- 12 TRAVEL 42, 035 74. 000 70, 000 4, 000 70. DOD 0 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 40, 000 EXPENDITURE 617, 50 817, 542 032, 833 15. 291- 834, 219 1, 386- 811, 219 820, 031 830, 829 841, 226 PERSOSRIEL SERVICES 617, 543 817, 542 832, 813 15, 291- 834, 219 1, 386- 811, 219 820, 831 030, 829 841, 226 PURCHASED SERVICES 024- 0000- 520. 02- 01 AUDIT 1, 648 1, 730 L, 730 O 1, 782 52- 1, 871 1, 965 1, 965 2, 063 024- 0000- 520. 02- 14 CONPFACP SERVICE 12, 253 33, 500 33, 500 O 33. 500 0 34, 170 34, 853 35, 550 36, 261 024- 0000- 520. 02- 29 EQIQPM M REPAIRS 731 1, 000 1, 000 0 1, 000 0 1, 000 11000 11000 1. 000 024- 0000- 520. 02- 43 TELEPHONE 5, 572 14, 000 14, 000 0 14. 000 0 14, 280 14, 566 14, 857 15, 154 024- 0000- 520. 02- 44 UTILITIES 51299 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 02- 79 LEASED EQUIP 6. 577 10. 000 10, 000 0 10. 000 O 10, 000 10. 000 10, 000 10. 000 ESPEEITURE 32, 000 60. 230 60, 230 0 64282 52- 61. 321 62, 384 63, 372 64. 478 PURCHASED SERVICES 32, 080 60, 230 6D, 230 O 60. 282 52- 61, 321 62. 384 63. 372 64, 478 OPERATING a MAIlTIB1W110E 024- 0000- 520. 04- 01 ADVERPISIIR3 21, 477 5, 000 51000 0 0 5, 000 0 0 D 0 024- 0000- 520. 04- 02 BUILDING 12EASE PAYME7PS 38, 712 66, 462 66, 462 0 67, 432 970- 68, 656 69, 268 70, 471 72, 505 024- 0000- 520. 04- 06 DUES A ZRSHIPS 6 SUBS 13, 166 20. 000 15, 000 5. 000 15, 000 0 15, 000 - 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 09 IIISURANCE 542 596 327 269 300 27 300 300 300 300 024- 0000- 520. 04- 12 MISCELITWSOUS 3, 890 3, 732 3, 732 0 2, 500 1, 232 2, 500 2, 500 2. 500 21500 024- 0000- 520. 04- 15 PRIIJPING 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 04- 20 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 2, 923 8, 000 8, 000 0 8, 000 0 81000 81000 81000 8, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 40 POSTAGE 81559 15, 000 15, 000 0 15, 000 0 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 024- 0000- 520. 04- 78 BEDFORD LEASE 153. 044 90, 000 90, 000 0 0 90. 000 0 0 0 0 EXPENDITURE 242, 333 208, 790 203, 521 5. 269 108, 232 95, 289 109, 456 110, 068 111, 271 113, 385 OPERATING 6 MAIN121UNCH 242, 333 208, 790 203, 521 5. 269 108, 232 95, 289 109, 456 110, 068 111, 271 113. 385 ONE- TIME H% PENDITUPHS 024- 0000- 520. 08- 02 OFFICE EQUIPMENT 22, 794 8, 000 12, 000 4. 000- 2, 000 10, 000 2. 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 E% PELYETURE 22, 794 8. 000 12, 000 4, 000- 2, 000 10, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 0NE- T2ME EIPEO3I71) RES 22, 794 8, 000 12, 000 4, 000- 2, 000 10, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 MARRRf' ING 024- 0000- 520. 14- 19 INPE= 9, 570 60, 000 30, 000 30, 000 10. 000 20, 000 5. 000 5. 000 51000 S. ODD 024- 0000- 520. 14- 61 COLLATERAL 14, 395 40, 000 10, 000 30. 000 10, 000 0 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 5, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 62 IUNSTRY PRIM' ADS 64, 035 100, 000 100, 000 0 70. 000 30. 000 30, 000 30. 000 30, 000 30, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 63 TRADE SPEWS 37, 545 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 024- 0000- 520. 14- 65 PAM TRIPS 13, 102 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 22: 13 BUDGET PREPARATION 4gRESREe' 1' PAGE 2 PROGRAM( 601L FOR FlS YEAR 2010 ACCUIR4TING PERIOD 09/ 2009 Qa 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 O1 O 2008 2009 RNISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED FROFOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED G1 O Q AGCOUNf N{ D03CIt A mmm DESIXIPPION ACITAI, BVD(- ET RUDfET ••• VARLINCE••• BI3IXiET ••• VARWICE••• BUCGBT BDDGB' I' BDDGET BUDGET N O W O N N W 024- 0000- 520. 14- 67 COLLATEBAI. PROOIKTION 5. 902 25. 000 81000 17, 000 0. 000 0 8, 000 81000 0, 000 8, 000 024- 0000- 520. 14- 60 NSTOMOt GIFTS 3. 343 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 024- 0000- 520. 14- 69 C 10" AiT61TAI11 31. 212 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P3( PENDITURE 179, 164 225. 000 148. 000 77, 000 90, 000 5D. 000 48, 000 48, 000 48, 000 40. 000 MARRLrlm 179. 164 225, 000 140, 000 72, 000 98, 000 50, 000 48, 000 40, 000 48. 000 48, 000 CL3O. T1' INEERACTION 024- 0000- 520. 15- 63 2RADE SRONS 0 40, 000 40, 000 0 40, DO0 0 22. 000 22, 000 22, 000 21, 000 024- 0000- 520. 15- 65 PAM TRIPS 0 45, 000 20, 000 25, 000 15, 000 5, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 15, 000 024- 0000- 520. 15- 68 CLIOIT/ PUBLIC REIATIONS 0 30, 000 20, 000 10, 000 20. 000 0 51000 5. 000 5. 000 5, 000 024- 0000- 520. 15- 69 NIOTT U3CAL ENTO( TAJMM 0 65, 000 30, 000 35. 000 30, 000 0 51000 5, 000 5, 000 5. 000 eEPOmITllRE 0 180, 000 110, 000 70, 000 105. 000 51000 47. 000 47, 000 47, 000 46, 000 CLIE1Tf I1I3ERACIION 0 100, 000 110, 000 701000 105. 000 51000 47, 000 47, 000 47, 000 46, 000 OI71ER EXPO ITMES 024- 0000- 520. 16- 01 BRIM- DPP$/ ACC' TS RECEV L 16, 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O( PENDIT 16, 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTNER 0 P0iDITURES 16. 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OIPENDITURES 1, 110, 114 1, 499, 562 1, 366. 584 132, 978 1, 207, 733 158, 851 1. 070. 996 1. 090. 283 1, 102, 472 1, 115. 089 eXPENDITURES 1, 110, 114 1, 499, 562 1, 366, 584 132, 978 1, 207, 733 158, 051 1, 078. 996 1, 090, 283 1, 102, 472 1, 115, 089 GROUP SALES 1, 110, 114 1, 499, 562 1, 366, 584 132, 970 1, 207, 733 158, 051 1, 078, 996 1. 090, 283 1. 102, 472 11115. 009 GROUP SALES 1, 110. 114 1, 499. 562 1. 366, 504 132, 978 1. 207, 733 158, 051 1, 078. 996 1, 090. 283 1, 102, 472 11115, 089 G wp SALES 1, 110, 114 1, 499, 562 1, 366, 584 132, 978 1, 207, 733 158, 851 11078, 996 1, 090, 283 1, 102. 472 111151089 vp0 0 m n 0 0 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE w 0°yN REOP FUND BUDGET SUMMARY 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL PROPOSED REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CARRYOVER 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 REVENUES D. DO 0. 00 $ 32, 691. 00 $ 32, 69100 0. 00 ($ 32, 691. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 EXPENDITURES 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 32691. 00) ($ 32, 69100) 0. 00 $ 32, 691, 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Trnfr- Cap Pmj- En" ay 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ENDIW BALANCE 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 oDo 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 10: 22: 21 E[ IlE' 3L PREPARATI011 MORICS} ILLT PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACN3DLLIl3G PERIOD 0912009 d m 0 0 d 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 201 0 O O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOS® PROPOS® PROPOSED PROWBeO Too p b ACLdRFf NUMBCR ACCOIRLE DSIPI022 BUE VRNC ••• BU6 EE t0 0 y N REIffiMABLE MlE OPFSS C13ARGES MR SERVICES A 026- 0000- 300. 01- 46 RE3IENABLB @2ERGY OFFSE 0 0 32, 639- 32. 639 0 32. 639- 0 0 0 0 REPM= 0 0 32, 639- 32, 639 0 32, 639- 0 0 0 0 BARGES FOR SERVICES 0 0 32, 639- 32, 639 0 32, 639- 0 0 0 0 MLSME MOOS 026- 0000- 300. 07- 01 IN REST I3IMV 0 0 52- 52 0 52- 0 0 0 0 REVE[ 3UE 0 0 52- 52 0 52- 0 0 O 0 MISCELLANEOUS 0 0 52- 52 0 52- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 0 0 32, 691- 32, 691 0 32, 691- 0 0 0 0 REVENUES 0 0 32, 691- 32, 691 0 32, 691- 0 0 0 0 RENEWABLE ENERGY OFFSET 0 0 32, 691- 32, 691 0 32, 691- 0 0 0 0 RENEWABLE ENERGY OFFSEF 0 0 32, 691- 32, 691 0 32, 691- 0 0 0 0 RENE " H ENERGY OFFSET D 0 32, 691- 32, 691 0 32, 691- 0 0 0 0 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 10: 22: 34 B1)IX: e'I PREPARATIOIi WORXSi3E8' 1' PAGE 1 PRO' RAM ( 601L MR PIBW. YEAR 2010 ACCOUMnn FMIOD 09/ 2009 13 X m 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 S 0 4 2ODS 2009 REVISED 20D9 PROPOSED 2010 PRO3VSED PROPoSED PROMSED PROMSED 00 ACLOVIT3' INMBER ACLUUIlf OESIXIPCIOtI ACRNL BlD%'. ET BIIDCFI' ••• VARIABLE••. BD ET •.. VARIADCE••• BUDGET BU ET BUDGET BIIDf. BT N( p tD ELBE LE ENERGY OFFSET O Y N J O EXPENDLTURES EXPEMTI RES OPERATIIiD s HAINCEtU1dC8 026- 0000- 520. 01- 12 MISCELLANEOUS 0 0 32, 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 RXPENDITURE 0 0 32. 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 OPERATING 6 MAINPPNADCE 0 0 32. 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 EEPMMITURES 0 0 32. 691 32. 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 RXPBIIDITURES 0 0 32. 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 REI3 ABLE EIIERGY OFFSET 0 O 32, 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0, 0 0 RENEWABLE ENERGY OFFSET 0 0 32, 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 RENEWABLE OSERGY OFFSET 0 0 32, 691 32, 691- 0 32, 691 0 0 0 0 TlAO m m 0 n 00 woo 2010 HOUSING DEPARTMENT o'( p 1p OPERATING SUMMARY w N P 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE $ 926, 548. 00 $ 788, 030. 00 $ 856, 595. 00 $ 68, 565. 00 $ 879, 503. 00 $ 810, 938. 00 $ 906, 448. 00 $ 957, 746. 00 $ 1. 000155. 00 $ 1, 122725. 00 OPERATING REVENUE 1242, 788. 00 $ 1, 268, 140. 00 $ 1247, 712. 00 ($ 20. 428. 00) $ 1, 243. 260. 00 ($ 4, 452. 00) $ 1, 266, 120. 00 $ 1, 288, 989. 00 $!, 312, 167. 00 $ 1, 335, 595. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 612, 423. 00) '($ 635, 764. 00) ($ 611, 204, 00) $ 24, 560. 00 ($ 612, 818. 00) ($ 1. 614. 00) ($ 643, 412. 00) ($ 643, 120. 00) ($ 615245. 00) ($ 629, 799. 00) DEBT SERVICE 549, 200. 00) ($ 548, 600. 00) ($ 548, 600. 00) 0. 00 ($ 551, 000. 00) ($ 2, 400. 00) ($ 551, 000. 00) ($ 553, 600. 00) ($ 548, 400. 00) ($ 550, 800. 00) NET OPERATING REVENUE/ EXPENDITURE 81, 165. 00 $ 83, 776. 00 $ 87, 908. 00 4, 132. 00 $ 79, 442. 00 ($ 8, 466. 00) $ 71, 708. 00 $ 92, 269. 00 $ 148, 522. 00 $ 154, 996. 00 Capital Reserves Used 42, 390, 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 52. 497. 00) ($ 52, 497. 00) ($ 20, 410. 00) ($ 49, 860. 00) ($ 25, 952. 00) ($ 67, 826. 00) Interim Renovations 108, 728. 00) ($ 269, 256. 00) ($ 265, 000. 00) $ 4, 256. 00 0. 00 $ 265, 000. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 Trmnfer in - Mountain View I 0. 00 $ 200, 000. 00 $ 200, 000. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 200, 000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE 856, 595. 00 $ 802. 550. 00 $ 879, 503. 00 $ 76, 953. 00 $ 906. 448. 00 $ 26, 945. 00 $ 957, 746. 00 $ 1, 000, 155. 00 $ 1. 122, 725. 00 $ 1, 209, 895. 00 HOUSING DEPARTMENT FUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013, 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BOND RESERVE FUND 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 0. OD $ 300, 000. 00 0. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 $ 300, 000. 00 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 212, 530. 00 $ 253. 292. 00 $ 253, 292. 00 0. 00 $ 236, 750. 00 ($ 16, 542. 00) $ 250, 837. 00 $ 232, 048. 00 $ 240, 263. 00 $ 203, 495. 00 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 344, 065. 00 $ 249. 258. 00 $ 326, 211. 00 $ 76, 953. 00 $ 369. 698. 00 $ 43, 487. 00 $ 406, 909. 00 $ 468, 107. 00 $ 582, 462. 00 $ 706, 400. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 856, 595. 00 $ 802, 550. 00 $ 879, 503. 00 $ 76, 953. 00 $ 906, 448. 00 $ 26, 945. 00 $ 957. 74600 $ 1, 000, 155. 00 $ 1. 122, 725. 00 $ 1, 209. 895. 00 vm0 dA f0 al 0 G O 2009 HOUSING DEPARTMENT m IP FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE a N y N J a 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REVENUE/ V( PENDITURE 81, 165. 00 583776. 00 $ 67, 908. 00 4132. 00 $ 79442. 00 ($ 8, 466. 00) $ 71, 708. 00 $ 92, 269. 00 $ 148, 522. 00 $ 154, 996. 00 Capital Rett ConlTibution 26. 895. 00) ($ 40, 762. 00) ($ 40762. 00) 0. 00 ($ 35, 955. 00) $ 4, 807. 00 ($ 34, 497. 00) ($ 31, 071. 00) ($ 34167. 00) ($ 31, 058. 00) NET OPERATING BALANCE 54. 270. 00 $ 43, 014. 00 $ 47, 146. 00 4, 132. 00 $ 43, 467. 00 ($ 3, 659. 00) $ 37, 211. 00 61, 198. 00 $ 114, 355. 00 $ 123. 938. 00 4ou tw& aCIIT iT,x009. 00,. v z o m m m m n m a zm{ tme mi tm/ LL/ rm/ mle mla mia x001 mJl bll 0011 0019 on ml! zOn mtl mlf ml. 00100 p fG W] NY MNJK • 11giJ1aY YgRy1 NW/ LL i IIIWF[ r yp{ i . gyl. 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BDDGET B[ ET BDDGET 4D N N HOUSIIIG DEPARTT4ffiIP W MISCELLANEOUS P 002- 0000. 300. 07- 0 I11TCBL INCOME 26, 43]- 30. 000- 51422- 24, 510- 10, 000- 4, 570 10, 300- 10, 609- 10. 927- 11. 255- 002- 0000- 300. 0]- 044 MISCELLANEOVS INCO6IH 2, 833- 600- 600- 200- 600- 0 600- 600- 600- 00- 003- 0000- 300. 07- 11 LABOR/ MATHt LAL/ SUPPLIES 345- 500- 500- O 500- 0 500- 500- 500- 500- 002- 0000- 300. 07- 12 WTE PEES 1, 445- 11000- 1, 300- 300 1, 200- 100- 1. 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 1, 200- 002- 0000. 300. 0]- 13 L WRY 14, 692- 14, 100- 14. 100- 0 14, 300- 200 14, 300- 14. 300- 14, 300- 14. 300- 002- 0000. 300. 0]- 16 APPLICA 0M PEES 1, 360- 1. 000- 1, 200- 200 1, 000- 200- 1, 000- 1, 000- 11000- 1, 000- 002- 0000- 300. 0]- 18 RE9n:. v PEES 2, 000- 2. 000- 3, 000- 1. 000 2, 500- 500- 2, 500- 21500- 2, 500- 2, SOO- 002- 0000-, 300. 0]-] 3 PARSING PEES 1, 750- 11500- 1. 500- 0 1, 500- 0 1, 500- 1, 500- 1, 500- 1, 500- REVEEDE 50, 842- 50, 900- 27, 622- 23. 278- 31, 600- 3, 978 31, 900- 32, 209- 32, 527- 32, 855- MISCELLANEOUS 50. 842- 50, 900- 27, 622- 23. 278- 31, 600- 3, 976 31, 900- 32, 209- 32, 527- 32, 055. REL REVEIRIB 002- 0000. 300. 11- 02 REITIS- BRUEH GREEK 155. 580- 159, 780- 159. 700- 0 159, 780- 0 162, 840- 165. 900- 168, 960- 172, 020- 002- 0000. 300. 11- 03 RENTS- CREER92DE 500, 455- 511, 980- 511, 430- 550- 506, 460- 4, 970- 515, 880- 525. 300- 535, 020- 544, 740- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 04 REMTS- PALISADES 215, 924- 222, 000- 224, D40- 2. 040 224, 040- 0 228. 120- 232, 200- 236, 200- 240, 600- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 05 REMS- VILLAS IRIRTH 319, 988- 327, 480- 324. 840- 2, 640- 325, 380- 540 331, 380- 337. 380- 343, 380- 349, 380- 002- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACANCY FAC R 0 4, 000 0 4. 000 4, 000 4, 000- 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 4, 000 RSVEIME 1, 191, 947- 1. 217, 240- 11220, 090- 2, 850 11211, 660- 8. 430- 11234, 220- 1, 256, 780- 1, 279. 640- 1, 302, 740- RSMTAL HEMS= 1. 191, 90- 1, 217, 240- 1, 220, D90- 21850 1, 211, 660- 8. 430- 1, 234, 220- 1, 256. 780- 1,2] 9, 640- 1, 302, 740- REVENUES 1, 242, 789- 1. 260, 140- 1, 247, 712- 20, 428- 1, 243. 260- 4, 452- 1, 266. 120- 1, 280. 989- 1, 312, 167- 1, 335, 595- REVENUES 1, 242, 7B9- 1. 268, 140- 1, 247, 712- 20, 428- 1, 243, 260- 4, 452- 1, 266. 120- 1, 286. 989- 1, 312, 167- 1, 335, 595- HOUSING DRPAED4Eln 1, 242, 789- 1. 268, 140- 1, 24],] 12- 20. 428- 1, 243, 260- 4, 452- 1, 266. 120- 1. 288. 989- 1, 312, 167- 1, 335. 595- HOUSING DEPARIMERP 1. 242. 789- 1. 268, 140- 1, 247,] 12- 20, 428- 1, 243, 260- 4, 452- 1, 266, 120- 1, 208. 989- 1, 312, 167- 1, 335, 595- HOUSING DEPARTMEM 1, 242, 789- 1. 268. 140- 1, 247, 712- 20. 428- 1, 243, 260- 4, 452- 1, 266, 120- 1, 288, 989- 1, 312, 167- 1, 335, 595- PREPARED, 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 27: 19 BUDGET PREPAI 71012 WOEKSREPT PAGE 1 PROGRAM GN601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCBUNPING PERIOD, 09/ 2009 p Q 6 0 N n 0 2009 2010 2011 2011 2013 2014 m 2008 2009 REVISE 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOS® O O ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT D, ESCRLPILON BVC. ET BUDGET - VARIANCE- BUDGET BUDGET BUIXET O D 7 I o N N W NWSING OEPARTICIIIT a' HE" xKITURESAPARTMENT C PRRONIEL SERVICES 002- 0000- 495. 20- 01 PAYROLL 177, 586 209, 114 184, 904 24, 130 176. 732 8. 252 176. 732 V6, 732 176. 732 176, 732 002- 0000- 495. 20- 02 PAYROLL- MAID 0 0 21791 2, 791- 2, 791 0 2, 791 2, 791 2, 791 2, 791 002- 0000. 495. 20- 03 PAYROLL- RECEPTIONIST 24, 725 26, 266 33. 499 7, 211- 16. 974 31475- 36. 974 36, 914 36. 91, 36. 914 002- 0000. 495. 20- 04 PAYP. OLL- SNOWREt VAL 13, 151 7, 500 5, 305 2, 195 81000 2, 695- 8. 000 8. 000 81000 81000 002- 0000. 495. 20- 05 PAYROLL- GPDUINSK88PER 7, 167 9, 082 11, 565 21483- 91276 2, 289 9. 276 9, 276 9, 276 91276 002- 0000. 495. 20- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 2, 481 1, 650 4, 800 3, 150- 2, 000 2, 800 2, 000 2, 000 21000 2, 000 002- 0000. 495. 20- 09 PAYROLL- BENBPITS 89, 515 95, 520 97, 679 2, 359- 125. 070 27, 191- 128. 822 133. 975 139, 334 144, 907 002- 0000. 495. 20- 10 TRAINING/ REGISTRATIONS 0 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 20- 12 TRAVEL 390 300 200 LOO 300 100- 300 300 300 300 EYPENDITURS 315, 017 349, 832 341, 423 8, 409 361, 543 20, 120- 365. 295 370. 448 375. 807 381, 300 PERSONNEL SERVICES 315, 017 349, 832 341, 423 8, 409 361, 543 20, 120- 365, 295 370, 440 375, 807 381, 380 PURCHASED SERVICES 002- 0000495. 21- 01 AUDIT 3, 327 3, 427 3, 421 0 3, 530 103- 3, 635 3, 745 3, 857 3, 973 002- 0000- 495. 21- 02 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 10, 926 11, 254 11, 254 0 11, 592 336- 11, 940 12, 298 12, 667 13, 041 002- 0000- 495. 21- 03 PROFESSIONN SERVICES 8, 501 2, 675 2, 500 175 2, 600 100- 2, 600 2, 600 2, 600 2, 600 002- 0000- 495. 21- 04 CARPSI LABOR 21608 2, 575 2, 200 375 2, 400 200- 2, 400 2, 400 2, 400 2, 400 002- 0000- 495. 21- 05 CARPET CLEANING 590 11900 11900 0 2, 000 100- 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 2, 000 002- 0000- 495. 21- 06 COITTRACT SERVICE 14, 096 2, 000 11500 500 2, 000 500- 21000 21000 2. 000 2, 000 002- 0000495. 21- 07 DRAPERY CLEANING 0 225 ISO 75 175 25- 175 175 175 175 002- 0000- 495. 21- 08 FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINT 1, 325 1, 000 11000 0 1, OOD 0 11000 1, 000 1, 000 11000 002- 0000- 495. 21- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS 0 350 325 25 325 0 325 325 325 325 002- 0000- 495. 21- 10 PAINTING/ EXT. BRUSH CREEK 0 0 0 0 22, 000 22, 000- 0 0 0 0 002- 0000495. 21- 12 PAINTING/ EST. C.S. 0 0 0 0 0 0 43, 125 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 13 PAItIITNG/ EXT. PAL. 21, 999 0 0 0 0 0 O 32, 000 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 14 PAINTING/ EST. V.N. 0 36, 000 36, 000 0 0 36, 000 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 21- 15 SIDING REPAIR 850 300 175 125 300 125- 300 300 300 300 002- 0000- 495. 21- 16 TRASH PICKUP 16, 676 20. 556 20, 500 56 20. 500 0 20, 500 20, 500 20. 500 20, 500 002- 0000- 495. 21- 17 FREIGHT/ SHIPPING 0 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 002- 0000- 495. 21- 19 TRUSTEE FEES/ WNDS 3. OD0 3. 500 3. 300 200 3, 300 0 3, 300 3, 300 3, 300 3, 300 002- 0000- 495. 21- 20 POSTAGE 11 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 002- DODO- 495. 21- 21 TELEPHONE 1, 017 950 950 0 980 30- 980 980 980 980 002- 0000- 495. 21- 22 UTILITIES- BRUSH CRK ELECT 5, 120 5, 460 5, 400 60 51670 270- 5, 840 6, 015 6, 196 6, 382 002- 0000- 495. 21- 23 WILITIES- CREEKSIDE ELECT 2, 317 3, 120 2, 800 320 2, 940 140- 3, 028 3, 119 3, 213 3. 309 002- 0000- 495. 21- 24 UTILITIES- PALISADEH ELECT 3, 765 3, 952 5, 800 1. 848- 4, 500 1, 300 4, 635 4, 774 4, 917 5, 065 002- 0000- 495. 21- 25 UTILITIES- V. NORTR ELBCCRC 2, 245 2, 392 2, 350 42 2, 468 118- 2, 542 2, 618 2, 696 2, 777 002- 0000- 495. 21- 26 UTILITIES- BRUSH CK GAS 11, 013 29, 900 16, 000 111900 161800 800- 17, 304 17. 823 10. 358 18, 909 002- 0000- 495. 21- 27 VTILTTSES- V. NORTH GAS 15, 835 30, 550 19, 000 11, 550 19, 950 950- 20, 549 21, 165 21, 800 22, 454 002- 0000- 495. 21- 28 W6 S - BRUSH CREEK 8, 146 8, 091 81100 9- 81505 405- 8, 760 9, 023 9, 294 9, 572 002- 0000- 495. 21- 29 W6 S - CHBEKSIDE 17, 027 15, 383 16, 000 617- 16, 800 800- 17, 304 17, 823 18, 358 18, 909 002- 0000- 495. 21- 30 W6 S - PALISADES 8, 259 8, 912 8, 912 O 9, 357 445- 9. 638 9, 927 10, 225 10, 532 002- 0000- 495. 21- 31 W6 S - VILLAS NORTH 12, 069 10, 291 10, 300 9- 10, 815 515- 11, 139 11, 474 11, 818 12, 172 002- 0000- 495. 21- 33 BACKFLOW TESTS 0 1, 200 11200 0 1, 200 0 1, 200 1, 200 1, 200 11200 002- 0000- 495. 21- 34 8 10 REPAIRS 110 350 300 50 300 0 300 300 300 300 PRBPARM 10109109, 08: 27: 19 ff [ RT PREPARATIO[ l MREBHE% 1' PAGE 2 PROGRAM GM601L MR FlS YEAR 2010 AMXXR" IAG PERIOD 09/ 2009 0; 0 O DO 0 2009 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O a 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 FP. OPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSM PROPOSED PROPOSED b O O ACC Om" MIMDSER A OlgaI DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUIX' Ei HUOGBT •.. VARIANCE••• E= 3EI gUWET BVMEC BUDGET BpDGBT W iD IG 0 N N W 002- 0000- 495. 21- 36 MEND LOMROL 0 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 ESPOIDITURE 170, 9L2 206, 963 ' 181. 993 24. 970 172, 657 9. 336 197, 169 189, 534 161. 129 164. 8)1 A PURCHASED SERVICES 710, 912 206, 963 181. 993 24, 970 1]2. 65) 9, 336 197, 169 109, 534 161, 129 164, 831 OPERATING 6 MALIR' g1UNCE 002- 0000- 495. 22- 01 A ZRTISUIG 594 2, 900 1. 200 300- 3. 000 200 3. 000 3. 000 3. 000 3. 000 002- 0000- 495. 22- 02 CARPEL RRPIACEMENT 6. 058 4, 000 6. 000 2. 000- 5. 000 1. 000 5. 000 51000 5. 000 5. 000 002- 0000- 495. 22- 03 DUBS, MEMBIRSHIPS, SUBSCRRT 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 002- 0000- 495. 22- 05 EQUIP M- OFFICE 170 400 400 0 400 0 100 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 21- 07 [ NSURANCE- BRUSH CREEK 4, 087 4, 49] 3, 609 888 3, 970 361- 4, 089 4. 213 4, 138 4. 468 002- 0000- 495. 22- 08 L[ ISURANCE- CRSgI( SIDE 16, 594 18. 253 14. 649 3. 604 16. 114 1, 465- 16. 597 17, 095 17, 608 18, 136 002- 0000- 495. 22- 09 INSIR NCE- PALISADES 3. 778 4, 157 3. 333 824 3. 666 333- 3, 776 3, 889 4. 006 4, 126 002- 0000- 495. 22- 10 IDSURANCB- VILLAS pOgTH 9. 508 10. 460 8. 394 2, 066 9. 233 839- 9. 510 91795 10, 089 10, 392 002- 0000- 495. 22- 11 MISCELLA[ l S 76 100 9. 125 9, 025- 100 9. 025 100 100 100 100 002- 0000- 495. 22- 12 TBNNIT PARTY 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 13 PRDSIII; G 121 150 150 0 150 0 150 1S0 150 150 002- 0000- 495. 22- 14 PMH RESALE EXPENSES 1, 752 300 1. 500 1, 200- 500 1. 000 S00 500 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- LS SUPPLIES- CIF IM 6 900 800 100 900 100- 900 900 900 900 002- 0000- 495. 22- 16 SUPPLIES- LAN3ISCAPDIG 555 500 600 L00- 500 100 500 500 500 S00 002- 0000- 495. 21- 17 SUPPLIES- O" ICR 440 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 22- 10 SUPPLIES- NAIRL' @WiCB 7• 011 8, 000 8. 000 0 8. 500 500- 0. 500 8, 500 8. 500 8, 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 20 SUPPLIES- PAIIMMG 1, 547 2, 000 2, 000 0 2, 000 0 21000 2. 000 2. 000 2. 000 002- 0000- 495. 21- 21 SUPPLIES- PLOl03I23G 703 800 900 100- 900 0 900 900 900 900 002- 0000- 495. 22- 22 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 558 500 500 0 500 0 500 SOU 500 500 002- 0000- 495. 22- 23 SUPPLIES- LAUNDRY 126 ISO 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 002- 0000. 495. 22- 24 PARTS 6 APPLI ICE 352 700 600 100 650 50- 650 650 650 650 002- 0000. 495. 22- 25 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 902 BOO 800 0 000 0 800 800 600 800 002- 0000- 495. 22- 26 VEHICLE- GAS S OIL 3, 077 4, 000 4, 000 800 4, 200 200- 4, 326 4, 456 4, 589 4, 727 002- 0000- 495. 22- 27 vEHICL¢- EQU3PIM1ESif 610 800 800 0 800 0 800 800 800 800 002- 0000- 495. 22- 28 VEHICLE- LIISURAI3CE 154 169 145 24 160 15- 165 170 175 180 002- 0000- 495. 22- 29 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 11833 2, 300 2. 500 200- 2. 300 200 2, 300 2, 300 2, 300 2, 300 002- 0000- 495. 22- 30 VEHICLE- REPAIRS LABOR 1, 607 1, 400 2. 200 800- 1, 800 400 1, 800 1. 800 1. 800 1. 800 002- 0000- 495. 22- 34 U[ IIFORHS 1. 256 1, 300 1. 300 O 1, 300 0 1. 300 1, 300 1. 300 1. 300 EXPRIMITURH 64, 362 71. 286 76, 605 5. 319- 68, 543 8. 062 69. 663 70. 018 72, 005 7], 229 OPERATING 4 MAINTENANCE 64, 362 71. 286 76, 605 5. 319- 68, 543 8, 062 69, 661 0, 818 72, 005 13, 229 CAPITAL 002- 0000- 495. 24- 01 CASH PORC SRS 0 3, 572 3, 572 0 4, 500 928- 7, 085 6. 145 2. 104 5, 684 002- 0000- 495. 24- 02 APPLIAIICE REPWSQ14H37T 1. 200 1, 236 1. 236 0 1. 300 64- 1, 300 1. 300 1, 300 1, 300 002- 0000- 495. 24- 03 ROOF REPAIRS 8, 355 500 4. 000 31500- 1, 000 3. 000 11000 1. 000 1. 000 1. 000 002- 0000- 495. 24- 04 DRAPES S BLINDS REPLCE3, 12T 780 1, 000 1, 000 0 11000 0 1, 000 1. 000 1, 000 1. 000 002- 0000- 495. 24- 08 SIX3HBLOWER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1, 500 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 24- 10 LAMI MOWER 925 0 0 0 900 900- 0 0 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 24- 15 RADIO REPLACPMHn 403 475 75 0 475 0 0 475 0 475 002- 0000- 495. 24- 16 LAHUSCAPING- TREH9 0 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 002- 0000- 495. 24- 19 ASPHALT REPAIR 450 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 HXPENDITURE 12, 113 7, 683 11, 183 3. 500- 10, 075 1, 108 1L, 285 12, 320 6, 304 10, 359 CAPITAL 12. 113 7, 683 11, 183 3. 500- 10, 075 11108 11, 285 12, 320 6, 304 10, 359 r• APARTMENT MGMT/ METH 562, 404 635, 764 611, 204 24, 560 612, 018 1, 614- 643, 412 643, 120 615, 245 629, 799 EXPENDITURES 562, 404 635, 764 611, 204 24. 560 612, 018 1, 614- 643, 412 643, 120 615. 245 629, 799 PARFARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 26: 53 BUDGET PREPAP OII WRESHEHT PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM601L POP. PLSrA• YEAR 2010 ARd MDE PERIOD 09/ 2005 TJ O d '^ a 0 2009 2010 3011 2013 2013 3019 N 00 2008 3009 REVISED 3009 PROPOSED 2010 PROMS® PROPoE® PROPOSED PROPoSEn 4O O O ACCON>• 1' [ iNNBER ACCtlNII' DESCRIPTIOI! ACTUAL BUDGET RIIDGES ••• VMLAtIC¢••• BADGES' ••• VARIANCE•'• BN1Ci6f BWGST BU G69' BUDGM A' D W N HOUSING DRPART " J 003- 0000- 495. 38- 02 DBPRECIATIp1f- DRUS11 CREEK 1. 225 600 600 0 600 0 600 600 600 600 A 002- 0000- 495. 28- 03 DEPRECIATIONI- CRHHRSLDE 2, 35] 2, 357 18, 690 16, 333- 2, 357 16, 333 2. 357 948 0 0 002- 0000- 495. 28- 04 DEPRECIATION- PALISADRS 1, 822 1, 822 11822 0 1. B22 0 1, 822 1, 822 1, 822 1, 822 002- 0000- 495. 28-- 05 DEPRECIATION- VlLV RORTH 59, 848 3, 365 31365 0 3. 365 0 3. 365 3, 365 3. 365 3, 365 002- 0000- 495. 28- 06 DEPRECIATION- HOUSING EFPN 4, 966 4, 966 4, 966 0 4, 966 0 4, 966 4, 966 4, 966 4, 966 002- 0000- 495. 28- 10 DEPRECIATION- VEHICI S 5, 895 4, 608 4, 608 0 4, 608 0 4, 608 4, 608 91608 4, 608 002- 0000- 495. 20- 31 AMORTIZATION 12, 042 12, 042 12. 043 0 12, 042 0 12, 042 12, 042 12, 042 12, 043 EEPENDIS 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16. 333- 29, 760 16, 333 29, 760 28, 351 27, 403 27, 403 NOII- OPERATING 6"[ PE[ ISES 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16, 333- 29, 760 16, 333 29. 760 28, 351 27, 403 27, 403 APARTMENT M / M l 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16. 333- 29, 760 16. 333 29, 760 28, 351 27. 403 27, 403 P@IDITURES 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16, 333- 29, 760 16, 333 29, 760 28, 351 27. 403 27, 403 HOUSING DSPARSHelp' 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16, 333- 29, 760 16. 333 29, 760 28, 351 21, 403 27, 403 HOUSING DEPARTMEITT 92, 155 29. 760 46, 093 16, 333- 29, 760 16, 333 29, 760 20, 351 27, 403 27, 403 HOUSING DEPARTMENT 92, 155 29, 760 46, 093 16. 333- 29, 760 16, 333 29, 160 28. 351 27, 403 27, 403 0A0d 6„ MOVMAIN Y[ EW EMPiDYEE Ilp15IPK- RENTAL PROTECT m o a 2030 SVMMA0. Y SHEET waa D ID y N J J a 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 AMA au kEV15E VARIANCE PROW VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINNING FUNDS AVAILABLE 1, 891, 086. 00 $ 1, 948. 311. 00 $ 2. 007, 607. 00 $ 59. 296. 00 $ 1, 887. 570. 00 ($ 120, 037. 00) $ 1. 956, 490. 00 $ 1, 554, 623. 50 $ 1, 654. 022. 00 $ 1 763 933 00 OPERATING REVENUES 1, 007, 388. 00 $ 1034, 460. 00 $ 980, 733. 00 ($ 53, 7270)) $ 1001160. 00 $ 20. 427. 00 $ 1, 019. 200, 00 $ 1, 035, 256. 00 $ 12052, 329. 00 $ 1, 070, 379. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL EXPEND 299. 843. 00) ($ 323. 267. 00) ($ 346, 960. 00) ($ 23. 69300) ($ 375, 430. 00) ($ 28, 470. 00) ($ 430, 946. 00) ($ 383, 710. 00) ($ 389, 608. 00) ($ 395, 715. 00) DEBT SERVICE 549810. 00) ($ 553, 810. 00) ($ 553, 810. 00) 000 ($ 551360. 00) $ 2450. 00 ($ 552. 547. 50) ($ 552147. 50) ($ 552, 810. 00) ($ 553, 810. 00) NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 157735. 00 $ 157, 383. 00 $ 79. 963. 00 ($ 77420. 00) $ 74370. 00 ($ 5, 59300) $ 34706. 50 $ 99398. 50 $ 10991100 $ 120854. 00 TRANSFER OVT- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 0. 00 0. 00 000 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0.00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 TRANSFER OVT- H0USING RENOVATIONS 0. 00 ($ 200. 000. 00) ($ 200. 000. 00) 0. 00 0. 00 $ 200, 000. 00 0. 00 0.00 0. 00 0. 00 CAPITAL RESERVES USED 41214. 03) 0. 00 0. 00 000 ($ 5450. 00) ($ 5. 450. 00) ($ 436573. 00) 0.00 0. 00 0. 00 YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE 2, 007, 607. 00 $ 1. 905. 694. 00 $ 3, BB7. 570. 00 ($ 16. 124. OD) $ 1. 956, 490. 00 $ 68. 920. 00 $ 1, 554, 623. 50 $ 1, 654, 022. 00 $ 1, 763. 933. 00 $ 1, 884. 787. 00 MOVMAIN VIEW FUNDS AVAILABLE SVMMARY 2008 n20e 09R 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 BUb6ET DESCRIPTION ACTUAL REVI5F VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BOND RESERVE FUND 528, 000. 00 $ 5ZB, 000. 00 $ 528. 000. 00 30. 00 $ 528, 000. 00 0.00 $ 528. 000. 00 $ 528000. 00 $ 528, 000. 00 $ 528, 000. 00 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 336, 459. 00 $ 365. 418. 00 $ 398, 074. 00 $ 32656. 00 $ 452, 441. 00 $ 54367. 00 $ 40, 066. 00 $ 106, 37400 $ 172. 682. 00 $ 243, 190. 00 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 1143, 149. 00 $ 1. 012276. 00 $ 961496. 00 ($ 6D 78000) $ 9T604900 $ 14, 55300 $ 986, 557. 50 $ 019648. 00 $ 106325100 $ 1,1/ 3597. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 2, 007. 607. 00 $ 1. 905, 694. OD $ 1. 887, 57000 ($ 10. 124. 00) $ 1. 956, 490. 00 $ 68. 920M $ 1, 554. 623. 50 $ 1. 654. 022. 00 $ 1 763 933 00 $ 1. 884, 787. 00 0A0 d A 10 N 4 D O MOUNTAIN VIEW DEBT RATIO COVERAGE PER BOND DOCVMENTS m O N N W J A 2006 20D9 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DEBT RATIO CALCULATION ACTUAL BUDGET WISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PR PQ OSEU DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT 549, 810. 00 $ 553, 81D, 00 $ 553, 8100D 0.00 16551, 36D. 00 ($ 2. 450. 00) $ 552, 547. 50 $ 552, 147. 50 $ 552, 810. 00 $ 553, 810. 00 DEBT COVERAGE RATIO( 105%) 27, 490. 50 $ 27, 690. 50 $ 27690. 50 000 $ 27568. 00 122. 50) $ 27627. 38 $ 27, 607, 38 $ 27, 640. 50 $ 27, 690. 50 DEBT COVERAGE CALCULATION OPERATING REVENUES 1, 007, 388. 00 $ 1, 034, 460. 00 $ 980, 733. 00 ( 1653, 727. 0)) 51, 001160. 0D $ 20, 427. 00 $ 1018, 20D. 00 $ 1, 035. 256. 00 $ 1, 052329. 00 $ 1070, 379. 00 OPERATING/ CAPITAL E% PENOITVRE5 299. 843. 00) ( 16323, 267. 00) ( 5346, 96000) ($ 23, 69300) ($ 375, 430. 00) ($ 28, 470. 00) ($ 430. 946. 00) ($ 383. 710. 00) ($ 389, 608. 00) ($ 395, 715. DO) LESS: CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 0. 00 0. 00 0.00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 50. 00 0.00 0.00 0. 00 DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT 549, 810. 00) ($ 553, 810. 00) ($ 553, 81000) DOD ($ 551, 360. 00) $ 2. 450. 00 ($ 552, 547. 50) ($ 552147. 50) ($ 55251000) ($ 553830. 00) OPERATING BALANCE 157, 735. 00 $ 157. 383. 00 $ 79. 963. 00 ($ 77, 42000) $ 74, 370. 00 ($ 5, 593. 00) $ 34. 706. 50 $ 99, 398. 50 $ 109, 911. 00 $ 120, 854. 00 DEBT COVERAGE REQVIRED 27. 490. 50) ($ 27. 690. 50) ($ 27, 690. 50) 000 ($ 27, 568. 00) 122. 50 ($ 27, 627. 38) ($ 27, 607. 38) ($ 27, 640. 50) ($ 27, 690. 50) BALANCE REMAINING 130, 244. 50 $ 129, 692. 50 $ 52, 272. 50 ($ 137, 688. 50) $ 46, 802. 00 ($ 5, 170. 50) $ 7. 079. 13 $ 71, 79113 $ 82, 270. 50 $ 93J63. 50 vp0 coma 0 0 MOUMAIN VIEW EMPLOYEE HOUSING- RENTAL PROJECT u 0 G mD FUNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE p W N A 2006 2009. 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL By PEYISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PRMSEO PROPOSED PROMSE0 PRQPgyE() NET OPERATING REV/ E%P 5157, 73500 $ 157, 38300 $ 79, 963. 00 ($ 77. 420. 00) $ 74, 370. 00 ($ 5, 593. 00) $ 34, 706. 50 $ 99, 398. 50 $ 109, 911. 00 $ 120, 654. 00 CPPid Reserve Conviwli. 5395600) ($ 61, 615. 00) ($ 61, 615. 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SwLI Ifl2 Xom 1 vno Wm Ha mo MOUNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE ro 0 0 FUND REQUIREMENTS CP 2010- 2014 n' A PURCHASE SALVA6E 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT DATE VALUE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Mountain View 49, 106 2011 41, 081 2, 675 $ 0 $ 0 $ 43, 756 2, 675 $ 0 $ 0 $ 46, 431 0 $ 2. 675 $ 46, 431 $ 0 Mountain View 61, 950 2026 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ C 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 BOILER Mountain View Laundry 7, 450 2010 5, 450 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 450 0 $ 2, 000 $ 5, 450 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ O Replacement 8, 010 2025 0 0 $ O $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 534 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Replacement 16, 200 2008 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Replacement 17, 720 2013 $ 800 0 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3. 384 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 6, 768 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 152 Replacement 21, 000 2018 $ EDO 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ D $ D 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 PAINTIN6- EXTERIOR Re- paint 154, 000 2011 61, 600 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 92, 400 30, 800 $ 0 $ 0 $ 123, 200 0 $ 30, 800 $ 123, 200 $ 0 Re- paint 169, 400 2016 0 O $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 ROOFS Mountain View Roof Repair 5, 000 2007 0 O $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 M. V. Roof Replacement 220, 000 2011 175, 000 15, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 190, 000 15, 000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 205, 000 0 $ 15, 000 $ 205, 000 $ 0 Replacement 230, 010 2028 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 13, 530 Vehicle Replacement 2102000 F350 35, 500 2011 $ 5, 500 $ 25, 588 3, 156 $ 0 $ 0 $ 28, 744 2, 078 $ D $ 0 $ 30, 822 0 $ 2, 078 $ 30. 822 $ 0 replacement 49, 000 2020 $ 6, 50() 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 4. 250 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 250 2331997 W2500 38, 500 2011 $ 4. 000 $ 27, 740 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 27, 740 3380 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3t, 120 0 $ 3, 380 $ 31, 120 $ 0 replacement 47, 000 2018 $ 6, 000 0 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 100 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 100 0 $ 0 '$ 0 $ 4, 100 WATER HEATER REPLACEMENT Mountain View 36, 800 2008 0 O $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Replacement 31, 500 2023 0 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2, 500 2. 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 5, 000 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 7, 500 a=c:: ce==_= a, . c==_ 441=.s GRAND TOTAL 336, 459 61, 615 $ 0 $ 0 $ 398, 074 59, 817 $ 2, 000 $ 5, 450 $ 452, 24, 198 $ 53, 933 $ 436, 573 $ 40, 066 Mountain Vim roof repair$ 5, 000 dollars was paid from the 2007roof replacement reserve balance and the roof replacement was postponed umil 2010 Vehicle nvplacement was funded in the 2007 Housing Resena ve Fund. ON 0 mm Ip N n m D MOVNTAIN VIEW I RESERVE FUND REQUIREMENTS OWN 2010- 2014 A PUR04A5E SALVAGE 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2074 2014 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT DATE VALUE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE RESERVE CASH RESERVE RESERVE BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE CONTRIBUTION OUTLAY USED BALANCE ASPHALT Mountain View 49. 106 2011 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ o 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Mountain View 61, 950 2026 0 4. 130 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4, 130 4, 130 $ 0 $ 0 ; 8, 260 4, 130 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 390 BOILER Mountain View Laundry 7, 450 2010 - 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 SO Replacement, 8, 010 2D25 534 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1068 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1, 602 534 $ 0 $ 0 $ 2, 136 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Replacement 16, 200 zoos ; Boo 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ o 0 $ o $ 0 ; o Replacement 17, 720 2013 $ 800 $ 10, 152 3, 364 $ 0 $ 0 $ 13, 536 3, 384 $ 0 $ 0 $ 16, 920 3, 384 $ 0' $ 0 ; 20, 304 Replacement 21. 000 2018 $ 800 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 4. 200 $ 0 $ 0 $ 4. 200 PAINTING- EXTERIOR Re- paint 154, 000 2011 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Re- point 169, 400 2016 0 33, 880 ; 0 $ 0 $ 33, 880 33, 880 $ 0 $ 0 $ 67, 760 33, 880 $ 0 $ 0 $ 101, 640 ROOFS Mountain View Roof Repair 5, 000 2007 0 0 $ D $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 M.V. Roof Replacement 220, 000 2011 0 0 $ D $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Replacement 230, 010 2028 13, 530 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 27. 060 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 40, 590 13, 530 $ 0 $ 0 $ 54, 120 Vehicle Replacement 210 2000 F350 38, 500 20t1 $ 5, 500 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 replacement 49, 000 2020 $ 6, 500 $ 4, 250 4, 250 $ 0 $ 0 $ 8, 500 4, 250 ; 0 $ 0 $ 12, 750 4250 $ 0 $ 0 $ 17, 000 233 1997 W2500 38, 500 2011 $ 4, 000 0 0 $ D $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 replacement 47, 000 2018 $ 6, 000 $ 4, 100 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 8, 200 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 300 4, 100 $ 0 $ 0 $ 16, 400 WATER HEATER REPLACEMENT Mountain View 36, 800 2008 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Replacement 37, 500 2023 7, 500 2. 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 10, 000 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 $ 12, 5011 2, 500 $ 0 $ 0 ; 15, 000 GRAND TOTAL 40, 066 66, 308 $ 0 $ 0 $ 106, 374 66. 308 $ 0 $ 0 $ 172, 682 70, 508 $ 0 - $ 0 $ 243, 190 Mountain View roof repair$ 5, 000 dollars was paid from the 2007roof replacement reserve balance and the roof replacement was postponed until 2010 Vehicle mplac rnentwas funded in the 2007 Housirg Reserve ve Fund. PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 26: 10 BUDGET PREPARATION MORYMEET PAGE I PROGRAM 6M601L FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AOCOUNTN4G PERIOD 09/ 2009 V; a Q b N a 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 2008 20D9 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROMSED o O O ACCtlUNI' tRMBER ACCVIRII' DESCRIPTION ACIVAL BUDGET BIIDGBT '•• VARWICE• rr BUDGET •` r VARWiCE•'• BUDGET BUOGHT BUDGET BUDGET OWN MOOR fl view I MISCEI. I- pLIEOUS a 004- 0000- 300. 07- 04 MISCR ST INCOME 18, 022- 60, 000- E, B65- 51, 135- 18. 000- 9, 135 10. 540- 19, 096- 19, 669- 20, 259- 004- 0000-) 00. 07- 04 MIBCELLNIEOV4 [ NLO6fE 1, 449- 200- 11000- 800 500- 500- 500- 500- 500- 500- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 11 LABOR/ MATERIAL/ SUPPLIES 1, 016- 700- 900- 200 700- 200- 700- 700- 700- 700- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 12 LATE PEES 3, 830- 2, 000- 2. 000- 0 2, 000- 0 2. 000- 2, 000- 21000- 2. 000- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 13 LAUf83RY 15. 847- 19, 800- 19, 000- 800- 19. 800- 800 19. 000- 19. 800- 19. 000- 19. 600- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 18 RESALE PEES 1, 500- 2, 000- 2, 000- 0 2. 000- 0 2. 000- 2, 000- 2, 000- 1. 000- 004- 0000- 300, 07- 7J PARKING PERS 1, 055- 600- 600- 0 600- 0 600- 600- 600- 600- REV0INE 72, 719- 05, 300- 34, 365- 50, 935- 43. 600- 9, 235 44, 140- 44, 696- 45. 269- 45, 859- MISCELLANEOUS 72, 719- 85. 300- 34, 365- 50, 935- 43, 600- 9, 235 44, 140- 44, 696- 45, 269- 45, 859- REM REVENUE 004- 0000- 300, 11- 01 RENTS- MOUTPXU3 VLER 934. 669- 951, 660- 946, 360- 5, 292- 960, 060- 13, 692 976, 560- 993, 060- 1, 009, 560- 1, 027, 020- 004- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACANCY FACMR 0 2, 500 0 2, 500 2, 500 2, 500- 21500 2. 500 2, 500 2. 500 REVENUE 934, 669- 949, 160- 946, 368- 2, 792- 957, 560- 11, 192 974. 060- 990, 560- 1: 007, 060- 1. 024, 520- RENTAL REVEtN6 934, 669- 949, 160- 946, 360- 21792- 957, 560- 11, 192 974, 060- 990, 560- 1, 007, 060- 1, 024, 520- REVENUES 1, 007, 388- 1, 034, 460- 980, 731- 53, 727- 1, 001, 160- 20, 421 1, 018. 200- 1, 035, 256- 1, 052, 329- 1. 010. 379- REVENUES L. 007, 388- 1, 034, 460- 980, 733- 53, 727- 1. 001, 160- 20. 427 1, 018. 200- 1, 035. 256- 1, 052, 329- 1, 070. 379- MOUNTAIN VIEW I 1, 007, 388- 1, 034, 460- 980, 733- 53, 727- 1. 001. 160- 20, 427 1. 018. 200- 1, 035, 256- 1. 052, 329- 1. 070, 379- MOUNTAIN vim I 1. 007, 380- 1, 034, 460- 980, 733- 53, 727- 1, 001, 160- 20, 427 11018. 200- 1, 035, 256- 1, 052, 329- 1, 070, 379- MOUNTAIN VIEW I 1. 007, 388- 1, 034, 460- 980, 733- 53, 727- 1, 001, 160- 20, 427 11018. 200- 1, 035, 256- 1, 052, 329- 1, 070, 379- PREPARM 10109/ 09, 08: 26: 18 BIIDLEP PREPARATION WDRRSHEBT PAGE 1 PROL GM601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCtl3D Xi PERIOD 09/ 2009 u p O N W a 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 FEOPoSED 20LO PROPOSED PROPOSED PP. OPoSED PROPoSED ACCWNI• 1I m ACCODNP DESCRIPTION ACTIAL BUDGET EUDGEY BDLG= •.• VARIPIICB••• BUDGEI BUDGET DDDGET BVDGEI' H lD iD NOUflTAIN VIEM I p N EXPEI83IT11RES A MOGNI' AIII vxEW PERSO) ASEL SERVICES 004- 0000- 497. 35- 01 PAYROLL 54. 012 69, 346 78, 681 91335- 93. 833 15, L52- 93, 833 93, 833 93, 833 93, 833 004- 0000- 491. 35- 03 PAYROLL- RBCEPTI031LBT 24, 940 26. 261 33, 338 1, 091- 36, 974 3, 636- 36, 974 36, 974 36, 974 36, 974 004- 0000- 497. 35- 04 PAYROLL- SNOWREMOVAL 91 O85 5, 800 61290 490- 6. 500 210- 6, 500 61500 6, 500 6, 500 004- 0000- 497. 35- 05 PAYROLL- GROUNDSKEEPER 71315 9. 082 11, 590 2, 508- 9. 216 2, 314 9, 276 9, 276 9. 276 9. 276 004- 0000- 497. 35- 08 PAYROLL- OVERTIME 2, 370 1, 280 11280 0 1. 300 20- 1, 300 1, 300 1. 300 1, 300 004- 0000- 497. 35- 09 PAYR0LL- BENEFITS 31. 601 43, 566 57, 674 14, 108- 74, 199 11, 125- 77, 043 80. 125 83. 330 86, 663 004- 0000- 497. 35- 10 TRAINING/ RRGISTRATIONS 0 250 250 0 250 0 250 250 250 250 004- 0000- 497. 35- 12 TRAVEL 94 175 175 0 175 0 175 175 175 175 EEPEIIDLTURE 129. 417 155, 766 189, 278 33, 512- 223. 107 33. 829- 225, 351 228, 433 231. 638 234, 971 PERSOIUnL SERVICES 129, 417 155, 766 189. 278 33. 512- 223, 107 33, 829- 225, 351 228, 433 231, 638 234, 971 PURCHASED SERVICES 004- 0000- 497. 36- 01 AUDIT 2, 466 2, 540 2, 540 0 2, 616 76- 2. 695 2, 776 2, 859 2, 945 004- 0000- 497. 36- 02 A INIST TIVE PEES 10, 925 11, 253 11. 253 O 11, 591 338- 11, 938 12, 296 12, 665 13, 045 004- 0000- 497. 36- 03 PROPESSIONAL SERVICES 2, 494 1, 963 1, 963 0 11900 63 1. 900 1, 900 11900 1, 900 004- 0000- 497. 36- 04 CARPET LABOR 7, 626 6, 180 61180 0 6, 200 20- 6. 200 6, 200 6, 200 6, 200 004- 0000- 497. 36- 05 CARPET CLEANING 1, 510 2, 060 11800 260 1, 900 100- 11900 1, 900 11900 11900 004- 0000- 497. 36- 06 CONTRACT SERVICES 21, 713 800 600 200 700 100- 700 700 700 700 004- 0000- 497. 36- 07 DRAPERY CLEANING 0 103 80 23 100 20- 100 100 100 100 004- 0000- 497. 36- 08 FIRE CXTIUIDISHER MAINS 698 500 500 0 525 25- 525 525 525 525 004- 0000- 497. 36- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS 165 300 200 100 300 100- 300 300 300 300 004- 0000- 497. 36- 15 SIDING REPAIRS 29 200 150 50 200 50- 200 200 200 200 004- 0000- 497. 36- 17 PREIGIIT/ SKIPPING CHARGES 0 25 25 0 25 0 25 25 25 25 004- 0000- 497. 36- 19 TRUSTEE FEES/ BONRS 150 1, 000 1, 000 - 0 1. 000 0 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 1, 000 004- 0000- 497. 36- 20 POSTAGE 21 15 15 0 15 0 15 15 15 15 004- 0000- 497. 36- 21 TELEPHONE 764 1, 300 1, 100 0 1, 125 25- 1, 125 11125 1, 125 1, 125 004- 0000- 497. 36- 22 UTILITIES- MV ELECTRIC 8, 110 8, 320 8, 320 0 8, 736 416- 8. 998 9, 268 91546 9, 832 004- 0000- 497. 36- 26 WILTTIES- BN NATURAL GAS 2, 398 7, 973 3, 000 4, 973 3, 150 150- 3. 245 3, 342 3, 442 3, 545 004- 0000- 497. 36- 28 WATER 6 SANITATION- M.V. 29, 017 28, 114 28, 114 0 29, 520 1, 406- 30, 405 31, 317 32, 257 33, 225 004- 0000- 497. 36- 33 WEED CON CL 0 500 450 50 500 50- 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 497. 36- 34 BACKFLIK TRSTS 0 900 900 0 950 50- 950 950 950 950 004- 0000- 497. 36- 35 TRASH FEES 13, 382 14, 850 14, 850 0 14, 950 100- 14, 950 14, 950 14. 950 14, 950 EXPENDITURE 101, 468 88, 696 83, 040 5, 556 86. 003 2, 963- 87, 671 89, 389 91, 159 92, 982 PURCHASED SERVICES L01, 468 88. 696 83, 040 51656 86, 003 2, 963- 87, 671 89, 389 91, 159 92, 982 OPERATING L MA1111• 211WCE 004- 0000- 497. 37- 01 ADVERTISING 2, 849 2, 700 2, 700 0 2, 000 100- 2, 800 21800 2, 800 2, 800 004- 0000- 497. 37- 02 CARPET 7, 580 7, 000 7, 000 0 7, 000 0 6. 000 7, 000 7, 000 71000 004- 0000- 497. 37- 03 DUES, MEMERSHIPS, SUBSCRPT 82 45 45 O 45 0 45 45 45 45 004- 0000- 497. 37- 05 EQUIPMENT- OFFICE 0 2, 500 2, 400 100 150 2, 250 150 150 ISO 150 004- 0000- 497. 37- 06 IIISDI3ANCE 26, 492 29. 141 23, 377 5. 764 25. 715 2, 338- 26, 486 27, 281 28. 099 28. 942 004- 0000- 497. 37- 11 MISCELEANEOUS 443 100 2, 600 2, 500- LOD 21500 100 100 100 100 004- 0000- 497. 37- 13 PRINTING 121 150 150 0 150 0 150 150 150 150 004- 0000- 497. 37- 15 SUPPLIES- CLEANING 407 800 800 0 B00 0 800 800 800 800 004- 0000- 497. 37- 16 SUPPLIES- LANDSCAPING 1, 011 550 625 75- 600 25 600 600 600 600 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 09: 26: 18 Bll00ET PREPARATION FVPXS w PAGE 2 PROGRAM GK601L MR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACLgU Ulln PERIOD 09/ 2009 9 TIQA 2 2009 2010 2011 2013 3013 2014 Dl O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED O O ACL00" 1D 21R ACCOUln DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BN E:r BI1CC' CI • e• VARIANCBe•• gDMigP ••• VARIANCE"• BU w BDOCET BUDGET BUEGSI' W N' D O w N 004- 0000- 497. 37- 17 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 353 350 250 100 300 50- 300 300 300 300 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 18 SUPPLIES- MAIITI' BIWiCE 7, 605 7. 250 7. 250 O 7, 400 150- 7, 400 9, 40D 7. 400 400 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 20 SUPPLIES- PAINTING I, I6B 1, 900 1, 800 100 1, 800 0 1, 800 11800 11800 1, 800 ? 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 21 SUPPLIES- PLLP® ING 430 650 600 50 65D 50- 650 650 650 650 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 22 SUPPLIES- TOOLS 997 450 450 O 450 0 450 450 450 450 004- 0000- 497. 37- 23 SUPPLIES- LAURDRY 171 450 450 0 450 0 450 450 450 450 004- 0000- 497. 37- 24 PART/ APPLIANCES 619 500 300 200 400 100- 400 400 400 400 004- 0000- 497. 37- 25 SUPPLIES- BUILDING 599 4, OOD 4, 000 0 1, 000 3. 000 800 800 800 900 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 26 VEHICLE- GAS 6 OIL 2, 348 51500 3. 000 2, 500 3, 150 150- 3, 245 3, 342 3. 442 11545 004- 0000- 497. 37- 29 VEHICLE- IIISURANCE 154 169 145 24 160 15- 165 170 175 180 004- 0000- 497. 37- 29 1RIIMR24S 708 11000 L, 000 0 1, 000 0 11000 11000 11000 11000 004- 0000- 49]. 3]- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 1, 564 11500 2, 000 1, 300- 1, 500 1. 300 1, 500 11500 11500 11500 004- 0000- 497. 37- 31 VEHICLB- REPAIRS LABOR 820 1. 400 1, 000 400 1, 400 400- 1, 400 11400 11400 1. 400 8% PPIR) ITURS 56, 521 68, 105 62, 742 5, 363 57, 020 5. 722 56, 691 58, 588 59. 511 60, 462 OPSEATING 1 NAINT® IANCIt 56, 521 68, 105 62. 742 5, 363 5], 020 5. 722 56, 691 58, 508 59, 511 60, 462 CAPITAL 004- 0000- 497. 39- 03 LANDSCAPING 181 400 400 0 400 0 400 400 400 400 004- 0000- 497. 39- 04 APPLIANCE REW. AC@41DN' 4. 638 2, 200 2. 200 0 2, 300 100- 2, 300 2, 300 2. 300 2, 300 004- 0000- 497. 19- 05 ASPHALT REPAIR L4. 000 600 0 600 600 600- 600 600 600 600 004- 0000- 497. 39- 06 ROOF PHPALF$ 146 3. 000 5. 000 3, 000- 1, 000 4, 000 1, 000 11000 11000 1, 000 004- 0000- 497- 39- 08 CASH PVRCflA5E6 0 0 0 O 2, 0011 2, 000- 53, 933 0 0 0 004- 0000- 497. 39- 13 DRAPES 6 BLINDS REPI. CEIRTT 0 1, 000 800 200 1, 000 200- 11000 11000 1. 000 11000 004- 0000- 497. 39- 24 SOFFIT REPAIRS 0 500 500 0 500 0 500 500 500 500 004- 0000- 491. 39- 25 C R REPAIRS 0 31000 3. 000 0 1, 500 1, 500 11500 11500 1. 500 11500 004- 0000- 497. 39- 27 HIRE PAIR REPAIRS 5,9' 10 0 0 O 0 D 0 0 0 0 SXPElIDITURE 24, 935 10,] 00 11, 900 1, 200- 9, 300 2, 600 61, 233 7, 300 7, 300 7, 300 CAPITAL 24, 935 10, 700 11, 900 1, 200- 9, 300 2, 600 61, 233 7. 300 7, 300 7, 300 MOIRrAIII VIEW 312, 341 323, 267 346, 960 23. 693- 375, 430 28. 470- 430, 946 383, 710 389. 608 395. 715 EY. PEINITUR86 312, 341 323, 267 346, 960 23. 693- 375. 430 29. 470- 430, 946 383, 730 309. 608 395, 715 NOIRTTAIN VIEW I 3L2, 341 323, 267 346, 960 23. 693- 375, 430 28, 470- 430, 946 383, 710 ' 309. 608 395, 715 VGUNTAILi VIEW 1 312. 341 323, 267 346, 960 23, 693- 375, 430 29. 470- 430, 946 303. 710 389, 608 395. 715 MOUNTAIN VIEW I 312, 341 323, 267 346, 960 23. 693- 375. 430 29. 470- 430, 946 383, 710 389. 608 395, 715 PREPARED 10/ 09109, 08: 26: 02 BUDG27r PREPARATION WORKSRE6' L PAGE I PROGRAN GN601L MR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCONRING PERIOD 09/ 2009 X 0 O N 2009 2010 3011 2012 3013 3014 p p 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROMS= PROPOSED PROPOSED O ACCONIL IR14ffiER ACCONR' OHSCRIPTION ACIT1At. BUDGET_ BUDGET r.• VARIANC%•.. HUDGHT ••* VARIANCB.. e BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET P N p 4W wN WAftnXLN VIEW I P SIPEi. IlIITOR85 MOUNTAIN VIEW lm- OPERATING EXPENSES 004- 0000- 490. 43- 02 DEPRECIATION- WU VIEW 262, 543 262, 543 262. 543 0 263. 543 0 262, 543 362, 543 262, 50 262, 543 004- 0000- 497. 43- 03 AHORITZATIOIO/ ISSUE S DISC 34, 959 34, 959 34, 959 0 34. 959 0 34, 959 34, 959 34, 959 34, 959 EXPENDITURE 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 297. 502 0 297. 502 297. 502 297, 502 290. 502 NON- OPERATING MPENSES 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 291, 502 0 291, 502 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 NONIIAIN VLEW 297. 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 291, 502 0 291, 502 297. 503 297, 502 297, 502 IXPENDITURES 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 297, 502 0 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 WOUNIAIN VIEW I 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 297, 502 0 297, 502 297, 502 291, 502 297, 502 NONRAIN VI% W I 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 297, 502 0 297, 502 297. 502 297, 503 297, 502 NONIPAR2 VI% W I 297, 502 297, 502 297, 502 0 297. 502 0 297, 502 297, 502 291, 502 297, 502 MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE 11 D 0 O d ( p G b EMPLOYEE HOUSING RENTAL PROJECT 00 12010 SUMMARY SHEET o e N N r O W N 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ACTUAL BU D§ REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED BEGINUMN& FUNDS AVAILABLE 133, 641. 00 $ 122, 881. 00 $ 124, 682. 00 $ 1, 801. 00 $ 150, 846. 00 $ 26, 164. 00 $ 181, 823. 00 $ 184, 985. 00 $ 210, 463. 00 $ 203, 240. 00 REVENUES 240. 781. 00 $ 247, 465. 00 $ 244, 781. 00 ($ 2, 684. 00) $ 245, 415. 00 634. 00 $ 249, 548. 00 $ 253, 682. 00 $ 257, 817. 00 $ 261955. 00 OPERATINr/ CAPITAL EXPEND 90, 273. 00) ($ 77. 018. 00) ($ 63, 212. 00) $ 13, 806. 00 ($ 63, 733. 00) ($ 521. 00) ($ 67, 566. 00) ($ 68, 134. 00) ($ 76, 305. 00) ($ 71152. 00) DEBT SERVICE 159, 467. 00) ($ 155, 405. 00) ($ 155, 405. 00) 0. 00 ($ 150, 705. 00) $ 4, 700. 00 ($ 155, 905. 00) ($ 155, 570. 00) ($ 159, 935. 00) ($ 158, 560. 00) NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 8, 959. 00) $ 15, 042. 00 $ 26, 164. 00 $ 11, 122. 00 $ 30, 977. 00 $ 4, 813. 00 $ 26077. 00 $ 29, 978. 00 $ 21, 577. 00 $ 32243. 00 TRANSFER IN- MOUNTALN VIEW 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 aoo CAPITAL RESERVES USED 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 0. 00 ($ 22, 915. 00) ($ 4, 500. 00) ($ 28, 800. 00) ($ 1, 400. 00) YEAR END FUNDS AVAILABLE BALANCE $ 124, 682. 00 $ 137, 923. 00 $ 150, 846. 00 $ 12 923. 00 $ 181, 823. 00 $ 30, 977. 00 $ 184, 985. 00 $ 210, 463. 00 $ 203, 240. 00 $ 234, 083. 00 MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE II FUNDS AVAILABLE SUMMARY 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BV16F REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 53115. 00 $ 65, 625. 00 $ 67, 476. 00 $ 1, 851. 00 $ 81, 837. 00 $ 14, 361. 00 $ 71, 158. 00 $ 80, 081. 00 . $ 58, 650. 00 $ 72, 519. 00 UNAPPROPRIATED FUNDS 71, 567. 00 $ 72, 298. 00 $ 83, 370. 00 $ 11, 072. 00 $ 99, 986. 00 $ 16, 616. 00 $ 113, 827. 00 $ 130382. 00 $ 144, 590. 00 $ 161, 564. 00 ENDING FUNDS AVAILABLE 124, 682. 00 $ 137, 923. 00 $ 130, 846. 00 $ 12, 923. 00 $ 181, 823. 00 $ 30, 977. 00 $ 184, 985. 00 $ 210, 463. 00 $ 203, 240. 00 ( 234, 003. 00 0AO MOUNTAIN VIEW - PHASE 11 w o. m o IFVNDING FOR CAPITAL RESERVE o m Of N p W N a 2008 2009 2009 ZOIO 2011 2012 2013 2014 DESCRIPTION ACTUAL BUDGET REVISED VARIANCE PROPOSED VARIANCE PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED NET OPERATING REV/ EXP 8, 959. 00) $ 15, 042. 00 $ 26164. OD $ 11122. 00 $ 30, 977. 00 $ 4, 813. 00 $ 26, 077. 00 $ 29, 978. 00 $ 21, 577. 00 $ 32243. 00 Capitol Reserve Contribution 6, 750. 00) ($ 12, 510. 00) ($ 14, 361. OD) ($ 1, 851. 00) ($ 14, 361. 00) 0. 00 ($ 12, 236. 00) ($ 13, 423. 00) ($ 7, 369. 00) ($ 15269. 00) NET OPERATING BALANCE 15, 709. 00) $ 2, 532. 00 $ 11, 803. 00 $ 9, 271. 00 $ 16, 616. 00 $ 4, 813. 00 $ 13, 841. 00 $ 16, 555. 00 $ 14, 208. 00 $ 16, 974. 00 OD' O9SGGZt OOOOrISZt 00' OOYC6Z$ 00' O2rEK$ I 00' 010' 6[ 25 0009D' 6EIS 92 1290 W ONVIK I 101 W00969$ 00' 010' 1$ % M'1 0000Y99$ 00' sOE1S % 601 00003' 99S M09E' It X161 00000NS MGIE' IS XOU' D 0000' 295 00' 0IEit % M'2 00000' 29$ OOOIrIS 6 WOOM" z 291 000z3G95 OOm6$ % G9"1 woov 9t MGM % 091 00000H 000165 Y06' 1 ODOW215 OO' G60 X000 00' mr31$ 00000$ % EE'z 0009r2tt 000003 6 W' 000030 3N0 1 9s'1 0 OK2, 13 DO09" % 9G1 00 MV0015 O00s91 % 6G'I 0006roM 00' 0993 % 191 00000' 9[!$ 000r9t 1000 DG- 036' EEIt MOM i % Ota 00' 026' 1115 DOOM 01 0102115 t----------------.----------.---------- ----------------.-------------------- -------------------------------------_.----------------._...-------------- -------.------------------ ---------- U] WE 3110060 li2 CFR 31100N1 SL930 '%! 2f 3' 0019II 96282 ' S] 96t 3110s0 616, 80 ' 11" 61 3WWN1 51265 ' ION! 3NOON2 lw9 SI1NI1 3215IINfl tY( MW A% U6WM % T'( WW A% LLNOW % V" W1Y AM12g01 % lvR v A111NOW % 1Y v Al8WY1 % IYRNY 4111N0Y1 0 91m 9103 91m Etm Elm Elm 210? z1m 3102 Tim IIm I1m 0102 0102 0102 total! 6002 6002 Ot02 - 6002 a 3Wiintus iwu II M31A NMVIMIOW MoN a6 a opog-o m 2 0 =Owm 0 no_ vv0 d ^ a mo oa Mountain View 11 u N Snowmass Village Housing Department 2010. 2014 A Replacement Replacement Salavage 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 Expense Year Value Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance ASPHALT Mountain View 11 25, 040. 00 2011 18, 665. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 SOHO $ 0. 00 $ 20, 790. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 50. 170 replacement 31, 305. 00 2026 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 SO. Oo $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 BOILER Mountain View II Laundry $ 1, 500. 00 2014 5900. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 000. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 100. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 200. 00 Replacement 1, 800. 00 - 2029 0. 00 $ O. DD $ 0. 00 50. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Building Boilers 15, 000. 00 2019 6, 750. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 30. 00 $ 7, 500. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 8, 250. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 9, 000. 00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Mountain View ll 6, 500. 00 2012 $ 600. 00 $ 1, 600. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 S0. 0D $ 2, 700. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 3, 600. 00 5900. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 4, 500. 00 Mountain View 11 7, 476. 00 2018 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 PAINTING Painting Schedule 36, 000. 00 2013 0. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 09 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 14, 400. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 21, 600. 00 Painting Schedule 40, 000. 00 2018 0. 00 $ 0. D0 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 ROOFS Mountain View ll 48, D02. 00 2015 25, 000. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 $ D. 00 $ 28, 266. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 SD. OD $ 31, 572. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 34, 858. 00 GRAND TOTAL 53, 115. 00 514, 361, 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 67, 476. 00 $ 14, 361. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 81, 837. 00 $ 12, 236. 00 $ 2, 125. 00 $ 22, 915. 00 $ 71, 158. 00 vA0 00 om oo Mountain Vlew II e N Snowmass Village Housing Department 2010. 2014 A Replacement Replacement Salavage 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 2014 Expense Year Value Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Reserve Cash Reserve Reserve Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance Contribution Outlay Used Balance ASPHALT Mountain View 11 25, 040. 00 2011 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 replacement 31, 305. 00 2026 0. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 $ 0. 00 $ D. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 4, 174. 00 $ 2, 087. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 6. 261. 00 BOILER Mountain View It Laundry $ 1, 500. 00 2014 1, 200. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 300. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 400. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 1, 400. 00 $ 0. 00 Replacement 1, 800. 00 2029 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Building Boilers 15, 000. 00 2019 9, 000. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. D0 $ 9, 750. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 10, 500. 00 $ 750. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 11, 250. 00 LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT Mountain View 11 6, 500. 00 2012 $ 600. 00 $ 4, 500. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 900. 09 $ 4, 500. 00 $ OAO $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Mountain View It 7, 476. 00 2018 $ 600. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 146. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 1, 146. 00 $ 1, 146. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 2, 292. 00 PAINTING Painting Schedule 36, 000. 00 2013 21, 600. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 28, 800. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 28, 800. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 Painting Schedule 40, 000. 00 2018 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 8, 000. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 8, 000. 00 ROOFS Mountain View II 48, 002. 00 2015 34, 858. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 38, 144. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 41=, 430. 00 $ 3, 286. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 0. 00 $ 44, 716. 00 GRAND TOTAL 71, 158. 00 $ 13, 423. 00 $ 900. 00 $ 4, 509. 00 $ 80, 081. 00 $ 7, 369. 00 $ 7, 200. 00 $ 28, 800. 00 $ 58, 650. 00 $ 15, 269. 00 $ 100. 00 $ 1, 400. 00 $ 72, 519. 00 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 26: 45 BULLET PREFA TION WORlSREET PAGE I PRIX. RAM C14601L MR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ACCO " DII PERIOD 09/ 2009 O 2009 2010 0 w a 2011 2012 2013 2014 03 0 2008 2009 R". SVD 2009 PP. OPOSEO 2010 PROPOSED PROP05ED PROPOSED PROMSBD + O( 0 AC[ DVNx IU MR ACCONII' DESatIPI' IOP AC BUOD4I BI VT ••` VARIASICE••• BU ET - VARWiCE••• BU ET BUDGET BI ET BUDGET 0 N i MOUxIAVI vxEN Ix O " Z MIS@LLA= m 008- 0000- 300, 07- 01 11PTEI4E4T XOMHE 3, 864- 31900- 816- 3, 084- 1, 750- 934 1. 803- 1, 057- 1, 912- 11970- A 008- 0000- 300, 07- 04 MIS( PLIAMECUE INCOME 5- 25- 25- 0 25- 0 25- 25- 25- 25- 008- 0000- 300. 07- 11 TABOR/ MATERIAL/ SUPPLIES 0 100- 50- 50- 100- 50 100- 100- 00- 00- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 12 IATE PEeS 325- 400- 450- 50 400- 50- 400- 400- 400- 400- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 13 LAUNDRY 41162- 3. 900- 3, 800- 100- 41000- 200 41000- 4. 000- 4, 000- 4, 00- 008- 0000- 300, 07- 73 PARAlI1G PEES 600- 600- 600- 0 600- 0 600- 600- 600- 600- REVENUE 8, 956- 81915- 51741- 3, 1B4- 6, 075- 1, 134 6. 928- 6, 982- 7, 037- 71095- MISCELW Wus 8. 956- 8, 925- 5, 741- 3, 184- 6, 875- 1, 134 6, 928- 6. 982- 7, 037- 7, 095- Mn REVENUE 008- 0000- 300, 11- 06 VACA14C9 PAL10R 0 500 0 500 500 500- 500 500 500 500 008- 0000- 300, 11- 07 REN S- MOIRnI l VIEW iI 231, 825- 239, 040- 239, 040- 0 239, 040- 0 243. 120- 247, 200- 251, 280- 255, 360- REVENUE 231, 825- 238. 540- 239, 040- 500 238, 540- 500- 242. 620- 246, 700- 250, 780- 254, 860- RENTAL REVm= 231, 825- 238, 540- 239. 040- 500 238. 540- 500- 242. 620- 246, 700- 250, 780- 254, 860- REVENUES 240, 781- 247, 465- 244, 781- 2, 684- 245. 415- 634 249, 540- 253, 682- 257, 817- 261, 955- REV8NUE5 240. 781- 241, 465- 244, 1B1- 216% 1- 2451415- 634 249, 540- 253. 602- 257, 017- 261, 95S- M m" AIN VIEW II 240. 781- 247, 465- 244, 781- 2, 684- 245, 415- 634 249. 548- 253, 682- 257, 817- 261, 955- MOUNTAIN VIEW II 240, 781- 247, 465- 244, 781- 2, 684- 245, 415- 634 249. 548- 253, 682- 257, 817- 261, 955- MOUNIAIN VIEW II 240, 781- 247, 465- 244, 781- 21684- 245, 415- 634 249, 548- 253. 682- 257. 817- 261, 955- PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 08: 26: 27 BUDGET PREPARATION 4gP. E5 ZT PAGE 1 PROGRAM GM6011, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 ALYCUITIING PERIOD 0912009 0 O El O 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 O 3008 2009 REVIS® 2009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED, PROPOSED r O O ACCOU)" UR EER ACCOUVT OESCRIFITON ACfIW. BUDGET BUDG6' I ••` VARINJCB"` DUDGEP ^•` VARIANCE"• BUDGET EUWHP BUDGET BU RT i0 O MOU1J• fAIN VIEM II W N EEPENDITVRES A MOIN VIEM II PERSPER501IIIHL 58RVIC85 008- 0000- 500. 35- 04 PAYROLL- SIAJM REMOVAL 3, 141 1, 400 1, 300 100 1. 400 100- 1, 400 1. 400 1. 400 1, 400 000- 0000- 500. 35- 06 PAYROLL- MA23iIElWICE MAN 5, 240 3. 527 2, 023 1, 504 J. 484 1, 461- 3, 484 3, 484 3, 404 3, 484 008- 0000- 500. 35- 08 PAYROLL - O.T. 165 220 200 20 300 100- 300 300 300 300 006- 0000- 500. 35- 09 PAYROLL- 8El1EPITS 1, 463 1, 547 SOB 639 1, 619 711- 1, 660 1. 734 1, 804 1, 876 EXPENDITURE 10, 009 6, 694 4, 431 2. 263 6, 803 2, 372- 6, 852 6, 918 6. 988 71060 PER VUEL SERVICES 10, 009 6, 694 4, 431 2, 263 6. 803 2, 372- 6, 852 6, 918 6, 988 7, 060 PURCRASED SERVICES 008- 0000- 500. 36- 01 AUDIT 655 675 675 0 695 20- 716 738 760 763 008- 0000- 500. 36- 93 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 6, 005 2, 524 2, 500 24 2, 600 100- 2. 600 21600 2. 600 2. 600 008- 0000- 500. 36- 04 CARPET LABOR 0 618 600 18 650 50- 650 650 650 650 008- 0000- 500. 36- 05 CARPET CLEAHIIAI 0 515 400 Il 500 100- 500 500 500 500 008- 0000- 500. 36- 06 COM7tACP SeRVICVICH 225 0 O 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 008- 0000- 500. 36- 07 DRAPERY CLEAVING 0 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 008- 0000- 500. 36- 08 FIRE EITIDGUISRRR MINT. 0 155 L50 5 150 0 150 150 ISO 150 008- 0000- 500. 36- 09 FORMICA REPAIRS O 75 75 0 75 0 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 36- 19 TRUSTEE PEES/ BONDS 150 225 200 25 200 0 200 200 200 200 008- 0000- 500. 36- 21 TELEPHONE 857 1, 400 1, 400 0 1, 440 40- 1, 440 1, 440 1, 440 1, 440 008- 0000- 500. 36- 22 UTILITIES - ELECTRIC 2, 331 2, 303 2, 400 97- 2, 520 120- 2, 596 2, 613 2, 754 2, 836 008- 0000- 500. 36- 26 UTILITIES - lIATURAL GAS 15. 638 33, 175 19, 000 14. 175 19, 950 950- 20, 948 21, 995 23, 095 24, 249 008- 0000- 500. 36- 28 MATER 6 SANITATION 8, 035 8, 275 8, 275 0 B. 689 414- 8, 949 9, 218 9, 494 9, 779 OOB- 0000- 500. 36- 29 TRASH PEES 4, 086 5, 170 5, 170 0 5, 250 BO- 5. 250 5, 250 5, 250 5, 250 008- 0000- 500. 36- 34 I4ACEPLON TESt$ 0 425 425 0 425 0 425 425 425 425 RIIPENDITURE 38, 784 55. 585 41, 320 14. 265 43. 194 1. 874- 44, 549 45. 964 47, 443 48. 987 PURCHASED SERVICES 38. 704 55. 585 41, 320 14. 265 43, 194 1, 874- 44, 549 45, 964 47, 443 40, 987 OPERATIBG S MAIITPENNNCE 008- 0000- 500. 37- 01 ADVERTISING O 75 75 0 75 0 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 37- 02 CARPET 0 1, 300 1, 250 50 11300 50- 1, 300 1, 300 11300 1, 300 008- 0000- 500. 37- 06 INSURANCE 9, 949 10, 945 8, 641 2, 304 91505 864- 9, 790 10, 084 10, 386 10, 698 008- 0000- 500. 37- 11 MISCL+ LLANEOUS O 50 4, 850 4, 800- 50 4,- 000 50 50 5p 50 008- 0000- 500. 37- 15 SUPPLIES- CLEANING O 175 175 0 175 0 175 175 175 175 008- 0000- 500. 37- 16 SUPPLIES- LAINDSCAPRNG 600 300 300 0 325 25- 325 325 325 325 008- 0000- 500. 37- 17 SUPPLIES- OFFICE 49 50 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 008- 0000- 500. 37- 18 SUPPLIES- N UII NAVCE 542 500 500 0 600 100- 600 600 600 600 008- 0000- 500. 37- 20 SUPPLIES- PAIMI NG O 300 300 008- 0000- 500. 37- 22 SUPPLIES- PLUKBING 0 100 350 0 200 100- 200 200 200 200 250- 200 150 200 200 200 200 008- 0000- 500. 37- 22 SUPPLI85- 10OTS 72 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 008- 0000- 500. 37- 23 SUPPLIES- LAUNDRY 63 50 50 0 75 25- 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 37- 24 PARTS- APPLIANCES O 100 100 0 150 50- 150 150 150 150 008- 0000- 500. 37- 25 SUPPLIES/ BUILDING 34 100 100 0 75 25 75 75 75 75 008- 0000- 500. 37- 26 VEHICLE- GAS d OIL 691 425 425 0 446 21- - 460 473 408 502 008- 0000- 500. 37- 28 VEHICLH- INSURANCE 154 169 L45 24 160 15- 165 170 175 180 008- 0000- 500. 37- 30 VEHICLE- PARTS 6 SUPPLIES 98 100 150 50- 150 0 150 150 150 150 HIIPENDITURE 12. 252 14, 739 17, 461 2, 722- 13, 736 31725 14, 040 14, 352 14, 614 15. 005 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09, 00: 26: 27 EUCCET PREPARATIOR MORP3M1IECV PAGE 2 PR0GRN1 ( 601L POR FISCAL YW 2010 ACLOIDITLIG PERIOD 09/ 1009 J Q O A O N O 3009 3010 2011 3012 2013 1014 0 O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PROPoS® 3010 PROPoSED PROPoS® PR SCD PR Msm o b ACCOUIIf MD10ER ACCtlUITI' OESCRI PITON ACTUAL BUD:+ E'I BIO3GFC .•• VARWICE.'• BUIXiEC •• r VARIAIR' E... 9UOf: E'f BUIX' 8T BUCGBT 0UIX' @I N N N O_ W N OPBRATmn i MAI2IIpWICE 12, 252 14. 739 11. 461 2, 122- 13, 936 3. 725 14, 040 14, 352 14, 674 15, 005 CAPITAL OUTLAY P 008- 0000- 500. 39- 01 fA^. N fVRCW... ES 8, 230 0 O 0 0 0 2. 125 900 7, 200 100 EIPmmlT 8, 230 0 0 0 0 0 2. 125 900 7, 200 100 CAPITAL OVIWY 8, 230 0 0 0 0 0 2, 125 900 1, 300 100 WMffARI VIES II 69, 275 17. 010 63. 212 13, 606 61, 733 521- 61, 566 68. 134 16, 105 71, 152 EIPEDDITURES 69, 375 77. 018 63, 212 13, 806 63. 733 521- 67, 566 68, 134 76, 305 71, 152 Pp@IIAI31 VIEY II 69, 275 77, 018 - 61, 212 13, 806 63. 733 521- 67. 566 68, 134 76, 305 71. 152 PgLE 121 VIER II 69, 275 77, 018 63, 212 13, 806 63, 733 521- 67, 566 68. 134 76, 305 71. 152 1111MOI AID VIER II 69, 275 77, 018 63, 212 13, 806 63, 733 521- 67, 566 68, 134 76, 305 71, 152 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 26: 37 BNWBT PREPARATION WOR35BSEL PAGE 1 PROfRIJf G 601L PR PISCAL YEAR 2010 ACWMMVG PBRIOO 09/ 2009 O. x O wwa 5009 2030 2013 2012 2017 2014 m O 2008 2009 REVISED 2009 PPAPOBEO 2010 PwO w PROPOS® PROPOSED PROPOBEB : to p ACCtl01If IvP m ACN m BEB( 1fIPL1012 ACNAL BMtET B0 GE7I •" V118JN=... BBBGEL ••• VARLARC$••• BU Vt BBl n BU ltI BU XT P fO W N O W N MIEil' ALI VIEY IL B% PENOITGRPS 0 M WtAIN VIEW II AMORTIZATION MPQ12S8 000- 0000- 500. 42- 01 AMORTIZATION 3, 876 3, 876 31676 0 3, 876 0 31876 3, 876 3, 876 3. 876 MPENBITGRE 3, 876 3, 876 3. 876 0 3. 876 0 3. 876 3, 876 3, 876 3, 076 AMORTIZATION EXPENSE 3, 076 3, 876 3, 876 0 3, 876 0 3, 076 3. 876 31876 3, 876 PREPARED 10/ 09/ 09. 08: 26: 37 BMOFP PREPARATION WONESHKS PAGE 2 PRGGRAM f 601E MR PISGL YEAR 2010 ACCOIESPIIIG PERIOD 09/ 2009 A O m 0 2009 2010 3011 2013 2013 3018 O O 2008 2009 REVISED 3009 PROPOSED 2010 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROP05ED PROPOSED r O O ACCOIRdI' NUMBBR ACCOUNf DESCRIPTION ACNAL BUCLBT Bl1IX: Sf rr rVARIFIICY••• BVDGHT r• rVARIANCBr•' BUDGET BUI%'% P BUDGET BUDGET oa W N IR11. 43- 01ADSPR 6 TISH5 008- 0000- 500. 13- 01 DEPRECIATION- BUILDIEGS 113. 507 113. 507 113, 507 O 313, 507 0 113, 507 113, 507 113, 507 113, 507 YYPEIIDZIVPY 113. 507 113, 507 113, 507 0 111. 507 O 113, 507 113, 507 113, 507 113, 507 a 1ION- OpERATING ETPRNS3S 113, 501 113. 507 113, 507 0 113, 507 0 113, 507 113. 507 113, 507 113, 507 NOWIPAIN VIEW II 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 0 1V, 383 0 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 1F® BD- VRES 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 0 117, 383 0 117. 383 117, 383 117, 303 117, 383 BOUNPAl13 VIEW II 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 0 117. 383 0 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 117. 383 IBOID7 i VIEW 1I 117, 383 117, 183 117, 383 O 117, 383 O 117, 393 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 r..... ggIR7TAIN VIeW II 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 0 117, 383 0 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 117, 383 MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director Russ Forrest, Town Manager DATE: October 19, 2009 SUBJECT: First Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2009 Amending the 2009 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village 1.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: First Reading of an Ordinance amending the 2009 Budget for all funds of the Town of Snowmass Village 11. BACKGROUND A. Per the Home Rule Charter, the Town Council adopts the budget by resolution, but any amendments to the original budget must be by ordinance. This ordinance amends the 2009 budget and authorizes the appropriation of those funds. The Financial Advisory Board reviewed the budget on September 16, 2009 and recommends adoption of the 2009 revised budget. 2009 General Fund Budget Summary 2009 revised operating revenues are projected lower than budget by$334,548. The revised revenues reflect a decrease in sales tax revenues, building department fees and transfers in. 2009 revised operating expenditures are projected lower than budget by $451,981 as a result of lower fuel costs, utilities and personnel costs. The 2009 revised budget is projected to end the year with an additional $67,287 in fund balance. 111. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Adoption of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2009. Note: Copy of the 2009 revised budget is available at the Town Clerks office. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 12 SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2009 BUDGET FOR ALL FUNDS FOR THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE. WHEREAS,the Town Manager, has submitted a 2009 Revised Budget;and WHEREAS,the 2009 budget,revenues and expenditures have varied from budgeted amounts;and WHEREAS, sales tax revenues,planning and building department fees and transfers in from other funds are revised lower than budgeted and General Fund expenditures were revised lower due to decreases in personnel costs, vehicle gas&oil, and utilities;and WHEREAS,the Town of Snowmass Village Home Rule Charter requires adjustments to the budget when circumstances change relating to the budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village,Colorado: Section One: Revised Budget That the Town of Snowmass Village 2009 budget be adjusted to the 2009 revised budget, a true and accurate copy of which is attached hereto. Section Two: Appropriation That the 2009 revised budgeted revenue is hereby appropriated for expenditure during the 2009 budget year. Section Three: Effective Date This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption in accordance with Article X, Section 9.11 (c)of the Home Rule Charter. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on first reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 19th day of October,2009 with a motion made by and seconded by and by a vote of_in favor to_opposed. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on second reading by the Town Council of Snowmass Village, Colorado on the 2nd day of November,2009 with a motion made by and seconded by and by a vote of_in favor to_opposed. A roll call was taken,those in favor were those opposed were TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda Coxon,Town Clerk MEMORANDUM TO: Snowmass Village Town Council FROM: Marianne Rakowski, Finance Director Russ Forrest, Town Manager DATE: October 5, 2009 SUBJECT: Consideration of Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2009 1.PURPOSE AND ACTIONS REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: First reading of Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2009 to refinance existing bonds to obtain a lower interest rate. Action Needed: Approval of First reading of Ordinance No. 15 , Series of 2009. 11. BACKGROUND Staff began working with Russ Caldwell of DA Davidson to look for opportunities to refinance existing bonds to achieve a lower interest rate, lower bond payments and a net savings to the Town. Calvin Hansen of Sherman and Howard is acting as the Towns Bond Counsel. The Droste bonds and the Mountain View 11 bonds both were eligible to be refunded under the above criteria. The Droste bonds have an estimated net PV savings of$571 K and the Mountain View 11 bonds have an estimated net PV savings of$89K. Staff informed the FAB of the refinancing during the FAB Budget Meeting. The maturity dates of both bonds remain the same. 111. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends approval of Ordinance No. 15, Series of 2009. STATE OF COLORADO COUNTY OF PITKIN SS. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE The Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado met in public, regular session in full conformity with law and the ordinances and rules of the Town in the Council Chambers, Snowmass Village Town Hall, 16 Kearns Road, in the Town, on Monday, October 19, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. Upon roll call the following were found to be present, constituting a quorum: Present: Mayor: Bill Boineau Members: Markey Butler Reed Lewis Arnold Mordkin John Wilkinson Absent: There were also present: Town Manager: Russell Forrest Finance Director: Marianne Rakowski Town Clerk: Rhonda B. Coxon Town Attorney: John C. Dresser, Jr. Thereupon, the following proceedings, among others, were had and taken. The following ordinance was then introduced, Copies of which had previously been distributed to each Council member and to those persons in attendance at the Council meeting, whereupon the ordinance was read by title only: 001920.020/P U B F I N/1 018172.3 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 15 SERIES OF 2009 AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED BY THE SHORT TITLE "2009 REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE"; AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO TO CONTRACT AN INDEBTEDNESS ON ITS BEHALF AND UPON ITS CREDIT BY THE ISSUANCE OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED $5,415,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFUNDING THE TOWN'S OUTSTANDING MULTIFAMILY HOUSING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 1998 AND ITS OUTSTANDING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 1999A AND SERIES 19996; PROVIDING DETAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS, THEIR FORM, THEIR SALE AND FUNDS RELATING THERETO; PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF GENERAL AD VALOREM TAXES TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE TAKEN AND RELATING TO SUCH BONDS; AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado (the "Town") is a municipal corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Colorado (the State") and in particular under the provisions of Article XX of the Constitution of the State and the Charter of the Town (the "Charter"); and WHEREAS, the Town has previously issued its Multifamily Housing General Obligation Bonds, Series 1998 (the "Series 1998 Bonds") which are currently outstanding in the principal amount of $1,110,000; and WHEREAS, issuance of the Series 1998 Bonds was approved at a Town election held on November 4. 1997 in accordance with Section 10.5 of the Town's Home Rule Charter (the Charter"); and WHEREAS, the Series 1998 Bonds maturing on and after November 15, 2008 are subject to redemption on November 15, 2007 or on any date thereafter at a redemption price equal to 100% of the principal amount of the Bonds redeemed plus accrued interest thereon to the redemption date without premium; and WHEREAS, the Town has previously issued its General Obligation Bonds, Series 1999A the "Series 1999A Bonds") which are currently outstanding in the principal amount of 3,845,000 and its General Obligation Bonds, Series 1999B (the "Series 1999B Bonds") which are currently outstanding in the principal amount of $990,000; and WHEREAS, issuance of the Series 1999A Bonds and the Series 1999B Bonds were approved at a Town election held on November 3, 1998 in accordance with Section 10.5 of the Charter; and WHEREAS, the Series 1999A Bonds and Series 1999B Bonds maturing on and after December 15, 2010 are subject to redemption on December 15, 2009 or on any date thereafter 2 001920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 at a redemption price equal to 100% of the principal amount of the Bonds redeemed plus accrued interest thereon to the redemption date without premium; and WHEREAS, the Town Council (the "Council") has determined that it is in the best interests of the Town and its citizens to issue its general obligation refunding bonds, in two series, for the purpose of refunding all of the outstanding Series 1998 Bonds maturing on and after November 15, 2010 and all of the outstanding Series 1999A Bonds and Series 1999B Bonds (together, the "Refunded Bonds") and to exercise its prior redemption options; and WHEREAS, the Council has determined, and does hereby declare: A. The projects financed with the proceeds of the Refunded Bonds serve a valid governmental purpose and are necessary and in the best interests of the Town; and B. The Town shall issue its "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2009A" and its `Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 20096" (together, the "Bonds") for the purpose of refinancing the Refunded Bonds (the "Refunding Project") and paying the cost of issuance of the Bonds; and C. Pursuant to Article X, Section 20(4) of the State Constitution, the Bonds may be issued without an election if they are issued at a lower interest rate; and D. The Town hereby determines that subject to the parameters set forth herein the Bonds shall be issued at a lower interest rate; and E. All action preliminary to the authorization of the issuance of the Bonds has been taken; and WHEREAS, the Council has determined, and hereby determines, that the Bonds shall be sold to the Purchaser in accordance with the terms hereof and the Sale Certificate described herein, and that such sale is to the best advantage of the Town; and WHEREAS, the Council hereby adopts the provisions of the Supplemental Public Securities Act, Article 57 of Title 11 of Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, in connection with the issuance of the Bonds; and WHEREAS, there have been filed with the Town Clerk: i) the form of Bond Purchase Agreement (the 'Bond Purchase Agreement') between the Town and the Purchaser; ii) the form of Preliminary Official Statement (the "Preliminary Statement') for the Bonds; iii) the form of the Continuing Disclosure Agreement (the "Continuing Disclosure Agreement') to be executed by the Town in connection with the issuance of the Bonds; iv) the form of the Paying Agent and Registrar Agreement between the Town and the American National Bank (the 'Paying Agent Agreement'); and 3 001920.020/P U B F I N/1 018172.3 v) the form of the Escrow Agreement between the Town and American National Bank (the "Escrow Agreement'). NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE: Section 1. Short Title. This ordinance shall be known as and may be cited by the short title "2009 Refunding Bond Ordinance" (the "ordinance"). Section 2. Definitions. The terms defined in this section shall have the designated meanings for all purposes of this ordinance and of any ordinance amendatory hereof or supplemental hereto, or relating hereto, except where the context by clear implication otherwise requires: a) Beneficial Owner means any person for which a Participant acquires an interest in the Bonds. b) Bond Fund means the special account known as the "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds Series 2009 Bond Fund" created in Section 13 hereof. c) Bonds means the Series 2009A Bonds and the Series 2009B Bonds as issued pursuant to this ordinance. d) Charter means the home rule charter of the Town as from time to time amended. e) Code means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as in effect on the date of delivery of the Bonds. f) Continuing Disclosure Agreement means the Continuing Disclosure Agreement dated as of November 1, 2009 between the Town and American National Bank, which enables the Purchaser to comply with:Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities and Exchange Commission. g) Council means the Town'Council of the Town, which is its governing body exercising legislative powers, and any successor governing body of the Town. h) County means Pitkin County, Colorado. i) Depository means any securities depository as the Town may provide and appoint, in accordance with the guidelines of the Securities and Exchange Commission, which shall act as securities depository for the Bonds. Q) DTC means The Depository Trust Company, New York, New York, and its successors and assigns. k) Escrow Agent means American National Bank, and its successors and assigns. 4 001920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 1) Escrow Fund means the special account known as the "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds Series 2009 Escrow Fund" created in Section 13 hereof. m) Federal Securities means bills, certificates of indebtedness, notes, bonds or other obligations which are direct obligations of, or the principal and interest of which obligations are unconditionally guaranteed by, the United States of America (or an ownership interest in any of the foregoing). n) Fiscal Year means the 12 months commencing on the first day of January of any calendar year and ending on the last day of December of the same calendar year. o) Official Statement means the final Official Statement prepared in connection with issuance of the Bonds. p) Outstanding means, as of any date of calculation, all Bonds theretofore executed, issued and delivered by the Town except: 0) Bonds theretofore canceled by the Town, by any paying agent or otherwise on the Town's behalf, at or before such date; ii) Bonds in lieu of, or in substitution for which, other Bonds shall have been executed, issued and delivered by the Town and authenticated by the Paying Agent unless proof satisfactory to the Paying Agent is presented that any such Bonds are duly held by the lawful registered owners thereof; or iii) Bonds deemed to have been paid within the meaning of Section 19 hereof. q) Participant means any broker-dealer, bank or other financial institution from time to time for which DTC or another Depository holds the Bonds. r) Paying Agent or Registrar means American National Bank, in Denver, Colorado, or its successors and assigns, acting as registrar, transfer agent and paying agent for the Bonds. s) Preliminary Official Statement means the Preliminary Official Statement with respect to the Bonds. t) Purchaser means D.A. Davidson & Co. u) Record Date means the close of business on the first day (whether of not a business day) of the calendar month in which any interest payment is due on the Bonds. v) Refunding Project means the refunding of all of the outstanding Series 1998 Bonds maturing on and after November 15, 2010 and of all of the outstanding Series 1999A Bonds and Series 1999B Bonds. w) Registered Owner or registered owner means the registered owner of any Bond as shown on the registration records kept by the Paying Agent. 5 001920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.} W S&P means Standard & Poor's, a Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. y) Sale Certificate means a certificate executed by either the Mayor or the Town's Finance Director dated on or before the date of delivery of the Bonds, setting forth (i) the date of the Bonds and the maturities of the Bonds of each series, (ii) the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds of each series, (iii) the rates of interest on the Bonds, (iv) the amount of principal of the Bonds of each series maturing on each date, (v) the price at which the Bonds will be sold and (vi) whether the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be secured by a municipal bond insurance policy, all subject to the parameters and restrictions contained in this ordinance. z) Series 1998 Bonds means the Town's outstanding Multifamily Housing General Obligation Bonds, Series 1998. aa) Series 1999A Bonds means the Town's outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Series 1999A. bb) Series 1999B Bonds means the Town's outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Series 19998. cc) Series 2009A Bonds means the "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2009A" as issued pursuant to this ordinance. dd) Series 2009B Bonds means the "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 200913" as issued pursuant to this ordinance. ee) Special Record Date means a special date fixed by the Paying Agent to determine the names and addresses of registered owners for purposes of paying interest on a special interest payment date for the payment of defaulted interest. ft) State means the State of Colorado. gg) Supplemental Act means the Supplemental Public Securities Act, constituting Title 11, Article 57, Part 2, C.R.S. hh) Term Bonds means Bonds that are payable on or before their specified maturity dates from sinking fund payments established for that purpose and calculated to retire such Bonds on or before their specified maturity dates. ii) Town means the Town of Snowmass Village, a municipal corporation located in the County and the State, and being a political subdivision of the State, or any successor municipal corporation. Section 3. Authority for this Ordinance. This ordinance is adopted by virtue of the Town's powers as a home rule city operating pursuant to Article XX of the State Constitution, the Charter and the Supplemental Act. Pursuant to Article XX of the State Constitution and the Charter, all statutes of the State which might otherwise apply in connection with the Refunding Project and the Bonds, excepting the provision of the Supplemental Act, are hereby superseded. 6 001920.020/PU BFIN/1018172.3 Section 4. Authorization. For the purpose of providing funds to defray the costs of the Refunding Project, including the costs of issuance of the Bonds, the Council, on behalf of the Town and upon the credit thereof, shall issue its "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2009K and its 'Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2009B" in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $5,515,000. Proceeds of the Series 2009A Bonds shall be allocable to the refunding of the Series 1999A Bonds and the Series 1999B Bonds. Proceeds of the Series 2009B Bonds shall be allocable to the refunding of the Series 1998 Bonds maturing on and after November 15, 2010. The Bonds are issued pursuant to the Charter and the provisions of the Supplemental Act, which recital shall be conclusive evidence of their validity and the regularity or their issuance Section 5. Bond Details. The Bonds shall be issued in fully registered form in denominations of $5,000 and any integral multiple thereof (provided that no Bond may be in a denomination which exceeds the principal coming due on any maturity date and no individual Bond may be issued for more than one maturity). The Bonds shall be dated as of their date of delivery. The Series 2009A Bonds shall be lettered "R" and shall be numbered separately from 1 upward and the Series 2009B Bonds shall be lettered "RR" and shall be numbered separately from 1 upward. The Bonds shall mature, be payable, bear interest (computed on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months) payable to the registered owners of the Bonds from their date to maturity and be sold, all as provided in the Sale Certificate; provided that (i) the Bonds shall not be subject to redemption prior to maturity at the option of the Town, (ii) the Bonds shall mature no later than December 15, 2019, (iii) the net effective interest rate on the Bonds shall not exceed 5.00°/x, (iv) the net interest cost of the Bonds shall not exceed $1,650,000, (v) the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds shall not exceed $5,515,000, (vi) the purchase price of the Bonds shall not be less than 99% of the original principal amount of the Bonds, and (viii) there must be a net present value savings. Interest on the Bonds shall be payable to the registered owners of the Bonds from their date to maturity or prior redemption at the rates per annum set forth in the Sale Certificate, payable semiannually on June 15 and December 15 in each year, commencing June 15, 2010, except that Bonds which are reissued upon transfer, exchange or other replacement shall bear interest from the most recent interest payment date to which interest has been paid, or if no interest has been paid from the date of the Bonds. The Bonds shall mature serially on December 15 as provided in the Sale Certificate. The principal of any Bond shall be payable to the registered owner thereof as shown on the registration records kept by the Registrar upon maturity or prior redemption of the Bonds upon presentation and surrender at the principal office of the Paying Agent. If any Bond shall not be paid upon such presentation and surrender, it shall continue to bear interest at its stated interest rate until the principal thereof is paid in full. Payment of interest on any Bond shall be made to the registered owner thereof by check or draft mailed by the Paying Agent, on each interest payment date (or, if such interest payment date is not a business day, on the next succeeding business day), to the registered owner thereof at his or her address as it last appears on the registration records kept by the Registrar on the Record Date, but any such interest not so timely paid shall cease to be payable to the person who is the registered owner thereof at the close of business on the Record Date and shall be payable to the person who is the registered owner thereof at the close of business on a Special Record Date for the payment of any such defaulted interest. Such Special Record Date shall be fixed by the Registrar whenever moneys become available for payment of the defaulted interest, and notice of the Special Record Date shall be given to the registered owners of the Bonds not less than ten days 7 001920.020/PUB 17IN/1018172.3 prior thereto by first-class mail to each such registered owner as shown on the Registrar's registration records on a date selected by the Paying Agent, stating the date of the Special Record Date and the date fixed for the payment of such defaulted interest. The Paying Agent may make payments of interest on any Bond by such alternative means as may be mutually agreed to by the registered owner of such Bond and the Paying Agent. All such payments shall be made in lawful money of the United States of America, without deduction for services of the Registrar or Paying Agent. Section 6. Prior Redemption. a) The Bonds are not subject to optional redemption prior to maturity by the Town. b) The Term Bonds, if any, shall be subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption at the times, in the amounts, and at the prices set forth in the Sale Certificate. On or before the thirtieth day prior to each sinking fund payment date, the Registrar will proceed to call the Term Bonds (or any Term Bond or Bonds issued to replace such Term Bonds) for redemption from the sinking fund on the next December 15, and give notice of such call without further instruction or notice from the Town. At its option, to be exercised on or before the sixtieth day next preceding each sinking fund redemption date, the Town may (a) deliver to the Registrar for cancellation Term Bonds of such series then subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption on such date in an aggregate principal amount desired or (b) receive a credit in respect of its sinking fund redemption obligation for any Term Bonds of such series then subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption on such date, which prior to said date have been redeemed (otherwise than through the operation of the sinking fund) and canceled by the Registrar and not theretofore applied as a credit against any sinking fund redemption obligation. Each Term Bond so delivered or previously redeemed will be credited by the Registrar at the principal amount thereof on the obligation of the Town on such sinking fund redemption date and the principal amount of Term Bonds to be redeemed by operation of such sinking fund on such date will be accordingly reduced. The Town will on or before the sixtieth day next preceding each sinking fund redemption date furnish the Registrar with its certificate indicating whether or not and to what extent the provisions of (a) and (b) above are to be availed with respect to such sinking fund payment. Failure of the Town to deliver such certificate shall not affect the Registrar's duty to give notice of sinking fund redemption as provided in this Section. c) In the case of Bonds of a denomination larger than $5,000, a portion of such Bond ($5,000 or any integral multiple thereof) may be redeemed, in which case the Registrar shall, without charge to the Owner of such Bond, authenticate and issue a replacement Bond or Bonds of the same series for the unredeemed portion thereof. d) Notice of any redemption shall be given by the Paying Agent in the name of the Town by sending a copy of such notice by first-class, postage prepaid mail, not more than 60 days and not less than 30 days prior to the redemption date to the Purchaser and to each Registered Owner of any Bond all or a portion of which is called for redemption at his or her address as it last appears on the registration books kept by the Registrar. Failure to give such notice 'by mailing to the Registered Owner of any Bond or to the Purchaser, or any defect therein, shall not affect the validity of the proceedings for the redemption of any other Bonds. All official notices of redemption shall be dated and shall state: 8 001920.020/PUBFIN/1 018172.3 1) CUSIP numbers of Bonds to be redeemed; 2) the redemption date; 3) the redemption price; 4) if less than all Outstanding Bonds are to be redeemed, the identification of the Bonds (and, in the case of partial redemption, the respective principal amounts and interest rate) to be redeemed; 5) that on the redemption date the redemption price will become due and payable upon each such Bond or portion thereof called for redemption, and that interest thereon shall cease to accrue from and after said date; and 6) the place where such Bonds are to be surrendered for payment of the redemption price, which place of payment shall be the office as shall be designated by the Paying Agent. Prior to any redemption date, the Town shall deposit with the Paying Agent an amount of money sufficient to pay the redemption price of all the Bonds or portions of Bonds which are to be redeemed on that date. Official notice of redemption having been given as aforesaid, the Bonds or portions of Bonds so to be redeemed shall, on the redemption date, become due and payable at the redemption price therein specified, and from and after such date (unless the Town shall default in the payment of the redemption price) such Bonds or portions of Bonds shall cease to bear interest. Upon surrender of such Bonds for redemption in accordance with said notice, such Bonds shall be paid by the Paying Agent at the redemption price. Installments of interest due on or prior to the redemption date shall be payable as herein provided for payment of interest. Upon surrender for partial redemption of any Bond, there shall be prepared for the Registered Owner a new Bond or Bonds of the same series, maturity and interest rate in the amount of the unpaid principal. All Bonds which have been redeemed shall be cancelled and destroyed by the Registrar and shall not be reissued. In addition to the foregoing notice, further notice may be given by the Paying Agent in order to comply with the requirements of any Depository holding the Bonds but no defect in said further notice nor any failure to give all or any portion of such further notice shall in any manner defeat the effectiveness of a call for redemption if notice thereof is given as above prescribed. Section 7. Execution and Authentication. The Bonds shall be executed in the name of the Town by the manual or facsimile signature of the Mayor of the Town, shall be sealed with the manual or facsimile impression of the seal of the Town, and shall be attested by the manual or facsimile signature of the Clerk of the Town. The Bonds bearing the manual or facsimile signatures of the officers in office at the time of the signing thereof shall be the valid and binding obligations of the Town notwithstanding that before the delivery of the Bonds or before the issuance of the Bonds upon transfer or exchange, any or all of the persons whose signatures appear on the Bonds shall have ceased to fill their respective offices. The Mayor and the Clerk of the Town shall by the execution of a signature certificate pertaining to the Bonds adopt as and for their respective signatures the facsimiles thereof appearing on the Bonds. The Mayor and the Clerk of the Town may each adopt as and for his or her facsimile signature the facsimile 9 00 1 920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 signature of his or her predecessor in office in the event that such facsimile signature appears upon any of the Bonds. No Bond shall be valid or obligatory for any purpose unless the certificate of authentication, substantially in the form hereinafter provided, has been duly manually executed by the Paying Agent. The Paying Agent's certificate of authentication shall be deemed to have been duly executed by it if manually signed by an authorized representative of the Paying Agent, but it shall not be necessary that the same representative sign the certificate of authentication on all of the Bonds issued hereunder. By authenticating any of the Bonds initially delivered pursuant to this ordinance, the Paying Agent shall be deemed to have assented to the provisions of this ordinance. Section 8. Registration, Transfer and Exchange of Bonds. Records for the registration and transfer of the Bonds shall be kept by the Registrar. Upon the surrender for transfer of any Bond at the Paying Agent, with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the Paying Agent duly executed by the registered owner or his duly authorized attorney, the Paying Agent shall authenticate and deliver in the name of the transferee or transferees a new Bond or Bonds of the same series and of a like aggregate principal amount and maturity bearing a number or numbers not previously assigned. Subject to Section 9 hereof, Bonds may be exchanged at the Paying Agent for an equal aggregate principal amount of Bonds of the same series and maturity of other authorized denominations. The Paying Agent shall authenticate and deliver a Bond or Bonds which the registered owner making the exchange is entitled to receive, bearing a number or numbers not previously assigned. The Paying Agent may impose reasonable charges in connection with exchanges or transfers of Bonds, which charges (as well as any tax or other governmental charge required to be paid with respect to such transfer) shall be paid by the registered owner requesting such exchange or transfer. The person in whose name any Bond shall be registered on the registration records kept by the Registrar shall be deemed and regarded as the-absolute owner thereof for the purpose of making payment thereof and for all other purposes; and payment of either principal or interest on any Bond shall be made only to or upon the written order of the registered owner thereof or his legal representative, but such registration may be changed in the manner and subject to the conditions and limitations provided herein. All such payments shall be valid and effectual to discharge the liability upon such Bond to the extent of the sum or sums so paid. If any Bond shall be lost, stolen, destroyed or mutilated, the Paying Agent shall, upon receipt of such evidence, information or indemnity relating thereto as the Town and the District may reasonably require, authenticate and deliver a replacement Bond or Bonds of the same series and of a like aggregate principal amount and of the same maturity bearing a number or numbers not previously assigned. If such lost, stolen, destroyed or mutilated Bond shall have matured or is about to become due and payable, the Paying Agent may pay such Bond in lieu of replacement. Whenever any Bond shall be surrendered to the Paying Agent upon payment thereof, or to the Paying Agent for transfer, exchange or replacement as provided herein, such Bond shall be promptly canceled by the Paying Agent, and counterparts of a certificate of such cancellation shall be furnished by the Paying Agent to the Town. 10 001920.020/PU BFIN/1 018172.3 Section 9. Book Entry. a) Notwithstanding any contrary provision of this ordinance, the Bonds of each series shall initially shall be evidenced by one Bond for each maturity and interest rate in denominations equal to the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds of such series, maturity and interest rate. Such initially delivered Bonds shall be registered in the name of "Cede & Co." as nominee for DTC, the Depository for the Bonds. The Bonds may not thereafter be transferred or exchanged except: 7) to any successor of DTC or its nominee, which successor must be both a "clearing corporation" as defined in Section 4-8-102(a)(5), Colorado Revised Statutes and a qualified and registered "clearing agency" under Section 17A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended; or 2) upon the resignation of DTC or a successor or a determination by the Council that DTC or such successor or new Depository is no longer able to carry out its functions, and the designation by the Council of another Depository institution acceptable to the Council and to the Depository then holding the Bonds, which new Depository institution must be both a "clearing corporation" as defined in Section 4-8-102(a)(5), Colorado Revised Statutes and a qualified and registered "clearing agency" under Section 17A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, to carry out the functions of DTC or such successor new Depository; or 3) upon the resignation of DTC or a successor or new Depository under clause (2) of this paragraph (a), or a determination of the Council that DTC or such successor or new Depository is no longer able to carry out its functions, and the failure by the Council, after reasonable investigation, to locate another qualified Depository institution under clause (2) to carry out such depository functions, or upon determination by the Council that use of a Depository is no longer in the best interests of the registered owners of the Bonds. b) In the case of a transfer to a successor of DTC or its nominee as referred to in clause (1) or (2) of paragraph (a) hereof, upon receipt of the Outstanding Bonds by the Registrar together with written instructions for transfer satisfactory to the Registrar and Paying Agent, a new Bond for each maturity of the Bonds then Outstanding shall be issued to such successor or new Depository, as the case may be, or its nominee, as is specified in such written transfer instructions. In the case of a resignation or determination under clause (3) of paragraph (a) hereof and the failure after reasonable investigation to locate another qualified Depository institution for the Bonds as provided in clause (3) of paragraph (a) hereof, and upon receipt of the outstanding Bonds by the Registrar, together with written instructions for transfer satisfactory to the Registrar, new Bonds shall be issued in authorized denominations as provided in and subject to the limitations of Section 8 hereof, registered in the names of such persons, as are requested in such written transfer instructions; however, the Registrar and Paying Agent shall not be required to deliver such new Bonds within a period of less than 60 days from'the date of receipt of such written transfer instructions. c) The Town, the Registrar and the Paying Agent shall be entitled to treat the registered owner of any Bond as the absolute owner thereof for all purposes hereof and any applicable laws, notwithstanding any notice to the contrary received by any or all of them and the Town, the Registrar and the Paying Agent shall have no responsibility for transmitting payments or notices to the Beneficial Owners of the Bonds held by DTC or any successor or new depository named pursuant to paragraph (a) hereof. 11 001920.020/P U B I'I N/1018172.3 d) The Town, the Registrar and the Paying Agent shall endeavor to cooperate with DTC or any successor or new Depository named pursuant to clause (1) or (2) of paragraph (a) hereof in effectuating payment of the principal amount of the Bonds upon maturity when due by arranging for payment in such a manner that funds representing such payments are available to the Depository on the date they are due. e) Upon any partial redemption of any of the Bonds, Cede & Co. (or its successor) in its discretion may request the Town to issue and authenticate a new Bond or shall make an appropriate notation on the Bonds indicating the date and amount of prepayment, except in the case of final maturity, in which case the Bond must be presented to the Registrar prior to payment. The records of the Paying Agent shall govern in the case of any disputes as to the amount of any partial prepayment made to Cede & Co. (or its successor). Section 10. Negotiability. Subject to the registration provisions hereof, the Bonds shall be fully negotiable and shall have all the qualities of investment securities, and the registered owner or owners thereof shall possess all rights enjoyed by the holders of investment securities under the provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code. Section 11. Form of Bonds Certificates and Registration Panel. The Bonds, Paying Agent's certificate of authentication, form of assignment and legal opinion certificate shall be in substantially the following forms with such omissions, insertions, endorsements and variations as to any recitals of fact or other provisions as may be required by the circumstances, be required or permitted by this ordinance, or be consistent with this ordinance and necessary or appropriate to conform to the rules and requirements of any governmental authority or any usage or requirement of law with respect thereto: 12 001920.020/P U U F I N/1 018172.3 Form of Bond) UNLESS THIS BOND IS PRESENTED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEPOSITORY TRUST COMPANY, A NEW YORK CORPORATION ("DTC"), TO THE TOWN OR ITS AGENT FOR REGISTRATION OF TRANSFER, EXCHANGE, OR PAYMENT, AND ANY BOND ISSUED IS REGISTERED IN THE NAME OF CEDE & CO. OR IN SUCH OTHER NAME AS IS REQUESTED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC (AND ANY PAYMENT IS MADE TO CEDE & CO. OR TO SUCH OTHER ENTITY AS IS REQUESTED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF DTC), ANY TRANSFER, PLEDGE, OR OTHER USE HEREOF FOR VALUE OR OTHERWISE BY OR TO ANY PERSON IS WRONGFUL INASMUCH AS THE REGISTERED OWNER HEREOF, CEDE & CO., HAS AN INTEREST HEREIN. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF COLORADO COUNTY OF PITKIN TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BOND SERIES [2009A] [2009B] No. [R-_j [RR-_ INTEREST RATE MATURITY DATE DATED AS OF CUSIP December 15, _ 2009 REGISTERED OWNER: PRINCIPAL AMOUNT: DOLLARS On the faith, credit and behalf of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado (the "Town), the Town Council of the Town (the "Council") hereby acknowledges the Town indebted and promises to pay to the Registered Owner specified above, or registered assigns, the Principal Amount specified above, on the Maturity Date specified above and to pay interest thereon on June 15 and December 15 in each year commencing June 15, 2010, at the Interest Rate per annum specified above, until the Principal Amount is paid or payment has been provided therefor. This bond will bear interest payable to the Registered Owner at the Interest Rate specified above from the most recent interest payment date to which interest has been paid, or, if no interest has been paid, from the date of this bond. The principal of this bond is payable upon presentation and surrender hereof at the principal office of the Town's Paying Agent (the Paying Agent"), presently American National Bank, in Denver, Colorado. If this bond shall not be paid upon such presentation and surrender, it shall continue to bear interest at the Interest Rate specified above until the principal hereof is paid in full. Interest payable to the Registered Owner of this bond will be paid on each interest payment date (or, if such interest payment date is not a business day, on the next succeeding business day), by check or draft mailed by the Paying Agent to the person in whose name this bond is registered on the registration records of the Town maintained by the registrar (the "Registrar"), presently American National Bank, in Denver Colorado, at the address as it last appears thereon at the close of business on the first day (whether of not a business day) of the calendar month in which any interest payment is due 13 001920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 the "Record Date"). Any such interest not so timely paid shall cease to be payable to the person who is the registered owner hereof at the close of business on the Record Date and shall be payable to the person who is the registered owner hereof at the close of business on a Special Record Date, as defined in the ordinance adopted by the Council on November 2, 2009 authorizing this bond (the "Bond Ordinance"), for the payment of any defaulted interest. Such Special Record Date shall be fixed by the Paying Agent whenever moneys become available for payment of the defaulted interest, and notice of the Special Record Date shall be given to the registered owners of the bonds of the series of which this is one (the "Bonds") not less than ten days prior thereto. The Paying Agent may make payments of interest on this bond by such alternative means as may be mutually agreed to by the registered owner hereof and the Paying Agent. All such payments shall be made in lawful money of the United States of America without deduction for the services of the Registrar or Paying Agent. The Bonds are not subject to optional redemption prior to maturity by the Town. Insert Term Bond provisions here as determined pursuant to the Sale Certificate.] The Bonds are issued in fully registered form, in denominations of $5,000 and any integral multiple thereof (provided that no bond may be in a denomination which exceeds the principal coming due on any maturity date and no individual bond may be issued for more than one maturity). The Town, the Registrar and the Paying Agent may deem and treat the person in whose name this bond is registered as the absolute owner hereof for the purpose of making payment and for all other purposes. The Bonds are not transferable or exchangeable, except as set forth in the Bond Ordinance. The Bonds are issued by the Town, upon its behalf and upon the credit thereof, for the purposes of defraying wholly or in part the costs of refunding the Town's outstanding Multifamily Housing General Obligation Bonds, Series 1998 maturing on and after November 15, 2010 and the Town's outstanding General Obligation Bonds Series 1999A and Series 1999B (the Refunding Project"), and paying certain costs associated with the issuance of the Bonds, all under the authority of and in full conformity with the Charter of the Town, the Constitution and laws of the State of Colorado and pursuant to the Bond Ordinance duly adopted by the Council and made a law of the Town prior to the issuance of this bond. The Bonds are also issued pursuant to Title 11, Article 57, Part 2, C.R.S. (the "Supplemental Act"). Pursuant to Section 11- 57-210 of the Supplemental Act, this recital shall be conclusive evidence of the validity and the regularity of the issuance of the Bonds after their delivery for value. It is hereby certified, recited and warranted that all the requirements of law have been complied with by the proper officers of the Town in the issuance of this bond; that the total indebtedness of the Town, including that of this bond, does not exceed any limit of indebtedness prescribed by the Charter of the Town or the Constitution or laws of the State of Colorado; and that provision has been made for the levy and collection of annual taxes sufficient to pay the interest on and the principal of this bond when the same become due. The full faith and credit of the Town are hereby irrevocably pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and the interest on this bond. 14 001920.020/P U B F IN/1 018172.3 This bond shall not be valid or obligatory for any purpose until the Paying Agent shall have manually signed the certificate of authentication hereon. 15 00 1 920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Town has caused this bond to be signed and executed on its behalf by the facsimile signature of its Mayor; has caused the facsimile of the seal of the Town to be affixed hereon and has caused this bond to be executed and attested with the facsimile signature of its Town Clerk, all as of the date specified above. FACSIMILE SEAL) Facsimile Signature) Mayor Attest: Facsimile Signature) Town Clerk End of Form of Bond) 16 001920.020/P U B F I N/1018172.3 Form of Certificate of Authentication) This is one of the Bonds described in the Bond Ordinance, and this bond has been duly registered on the registration records kept by the undersigned as Paying Agent for the Bonds. Date of Authentication: By Authorized Representative End of Form of Certificate of Authentication) 17 001920.020/1'UBFIN/1018172.3 Form of Assignment) For value received, the undersigned hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto the within bond and all rights hereunder and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints to transfer the same on the records of the Paying Agent, with full power of substitution in the premises. Dated: Signature Signature Guaranteed: Name and address of transferee: Social Security or other tax identification number of transferee: NOTE: The signature to this Assignment must correspond with the name as written on the face of the within bond in every particular, without alteration or enlargement or any change whatsoever. End of Form of Assignment) 18 001920.020/P U U F I N/1 018172.3 Form of Legal Opinion Certificate) STATE OF COLORADO COUNTY OF PITKIN SS.LEGAL OPINION CERTIFICATE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE I, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado (the Town"), do hereby certify that the following legal opinion of Sherman & Howard L.L.C., Attorneys at Law, Denver, Colorado, to wit: Insert opinion in submargins, including complimentary closing and Vs/ Sherman & Howard L.L.C.") is a true, perfect and complete copy of a manually executed and dated copy thereof on file in the records of the Town and that the opinion was dated and issued as of the date of delivery of and payment for the Bonds of the series of which this bond is one. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have caused to be hereunto set the facsimile of my signature and the facsimile of the seal of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado. Facsimile Signature) Town Clerk FACSIMILE SEAL) End of Form of Legal Opinion Certificate) 19 001920.020/NUBFIN/1018172.3 Section 12. Delivery of Bonds. When the Bonds have been duly executed and authenticated, they shall be delivered to the Purchaser on receipt of the agreed purchase price. The Paying Agent initially shall register the Bonds in the name of "Cede & Co." on behalf of DTC. The funds realized from the sale of the Bonds shall be applied solely for the purposes set forth in Section 13 hereof and for no other purposes. Neither the Purchaser nor the registered owners shall be responsible for the application or disposition by the Town, or any of its officers, of any of the funds derived from the sale of the Bonds. Section 13. Disposition of Bond Proceeds: Other Town Moneys. The net proceeds of the Bonds, including without limitation the accrued interest on the Bonds, shall be deposited promptly by the Town and shall be accounted for in the following manner and are hereby pledged therefor: a) Accrued interest, if any, received in respect of the Bonds shall be credited to the fund hereby created and designated as the "Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, General Obligation Refunding Bonds Series 2009 Bond Fund" to be applied to the payment of interest on the Bonds as the same shall become due. b) An amount sufficient, together with available Town moneys, if any, to effect the Refunding Project shall be deposited in a fund hereby created and designated as the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado General Obligation Refunding Bonds Series 2009 Escrow Fund." The Escrow Fund shall be held by the Escrow Agent and disbursed pursuant to the Escrow Agreement to effect the Refunding Project. c) An amount equal to the remaining proceeds of the Bonds shall be deposited in a separate account to be applied to defray the costs of issuance and sale of the Bonds. d) After completion of the Refunding Project and payment of all issuance expenses, or after adequate provision therefor is made, any unexpended balance of the proceeds of the Bonds shall be deposited in the Bond Fund. Section 14. Payment of Principal and Interest: Ad Valorem Tax Covenant. If necessary, prior to the collection of taxes for such purpose, the principal of and interest due on the Bonds shall be paid from the general fund of the Town or from any funds of the Town available for that purpose. There shall be levied on all taxable property in the Town at the time and in the manner provided by law, in addition to all other taxes, direct annual taxes sufficient to reimburse said fund or funds and to pay the principal of and the interest accruing on the Bonds promptly as the same shall become due and such taxes, when collected, shall be applied solely for the purpose of the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds, respectively, or to reimburse such funds, and for no other purpose whatever until the indebtedness so contracted under this ordinance shall have been fully paid, satisfied and discharged. Said taxes when collected shall be used solely for the purpose of paying the principal of and interest accruing on the Bonds as the same respectively mature, provided that nothing herein contained shall be construed as to prevent the application of any other funds belonging to the Town and available for that purpose, and upon such payments being made, the levy or levies herein provided may thereupon to that extent be diminished. Said direct annual taxes levied to pay said principal and interest shall be in addition to any and all other taxes levied to effect the purposes of the Town. The sums herein provided to pay the interest on the Bonds and to discharge the principal thereof for each year shall be included in the annual budget to be adopted and passed by the Council in each year respectively. No statutory or constitutional provisions enacted after the 20 001920.020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 issuance of the Bonds shall in any manner be construed as limiting or impairing the obligation of the Town to levy ad valorem taxes without limitation of rate and in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Bonds when due. The Bonds shall constitute the general obligations of the Town and the full faith and credit of the Town are hereby irrevocably pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds. The foregoing provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be the certificate of the Council to the Board of County Commissioners of the County showing the aggregate amount of taxes to be levied for the purposes aforesaid by the Board of County Commissioners of the County from time to time, as required by law, for the purpose of paying the principal of the Bonds and the interest thereon as the same shall hereafter become due. Section 15. Tax Levy. It shall be the duty of the Council annually at the time and in the manner provided by law for levying other taxes, if such action shall be necessary to effectuate the provisions of this ordinance, to ratify and carry out the provisions hereof with reference to the levy and collection of taxes; and the Council shall require the officers of the Town to levy, extend and collect such taxes in the manner provided by law for the purpose of payment of the principal of the Bonds and the interest accruing thereon. Such taxes, when collected, shall be kept for and applied only to the payment of the principal of and the interest on the Bonds as herein specified. Section 16. Covenants with Bondholder. a) The Town covenants for the benefit of the registered owners that it will not take any action or omit to take any action with respect to the Bonds, the proceeds of the Bonds, any other funds of the Town or the facilities to be financed with the proceeds of the Bonds if such action or omission (i) would cause the interest on the Bonds to lose its exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes under Section 103 of the Code, (ii) would cause the interest on the Bonds to lose its exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes under Section 55(b)(2) of the Code except to the extent such interest is required to be included in the adjusted current earnings adjustment applicable to corporations under Section 56 of the Code in calculating corporate alternative minimum taxable income, or (iii) would cause interest on the Bonds to lose its exclusion from Colorado taxable income or Colorado alternative minimum taxable income under present State law. The foregoing covenant shall remain in full force and effect notwithstanding the payment in full or defeasance of the Bonds until the date on which all obligations of the Town in fulfilling the above covenant under the Code and State law have been met. b) The Town covenants for the benefit of the owners of the Bonds that it will comply with the Continuing Disclosure Agreement in accordance with its terms. Any registered owner, or, so long as the Bonds are registered in the name of the Depository, any Beneficial Owner, may take such actions as may be necessary and appropriate, including seeking mandate or specific performance by court order, to cause the Town to comply with its obligation under this subsection; provided that the Town shall incur no pecuniary liability for failure to comply with this subsection. Section 17. Investment of Funds. Any moneys in any fund or account established by this ordinance may be deposited, invested or reinvested in any manner permitted by law. Such deposits or investments shall either be subject to redemption at any time at face value by the holder thereof at the option of such holder, or shall mature at such time or times as shall most nearly coincide with the expected need for moneys from the fund or account in question. Such deposits or investments of moneys in any such fund or account shall be deemed at all times to 21 001920.020/P U B F I N/1 018172.3 be a part of the applicable fund or account. The income or losses accruing on such deposits or investments in any such fund or account shall be deemed to be part of the applicable fund or account. Section 18. Successor Registrar or Paving Agent. The Registrar or Paying Agent and any successor Registrar or Paying Agent may at any time resign from its duties by giving thirty days' written notice by registered or certified mail to the Town and the registered owner of each Bond as shown by the registration records, but such resignation shall not take effect until the appointment of a successor Registrar or Paying Agent, as applicable, by the registered owners of the Bonds or by the Town. The Registrar or Paying Agent may be removed at any time by the Town or by an instrument or concurrent instruments in writing delivered to the Registrar or Paying Agent and to the Town and signed by the registered owners of at least a majority in aggregate principal amount of outstanding Bonds. In case the Registrar or Paying Agent shall resign or be removed, or be dissolved, or shall be in course of dissolution or liquidation, or otherwise become incapable of acting hereunder, or in case it shall be taken under the control of any public officer or officers, or of a receiver appointed by a court, a successor may be appointed by the registered owners of at least a majority in aggregate principal amount of outstanding Bonds by an instrument or concurrent instruments in writing signed by such registered owners, or by their attorneys-in-fact duly authorized, a copy of which shall be delivered personally or sent by registered mail to the Town. In case of any such vacancy, the Town, by an instrument executed, attested and sealed on behalf of the Town, shall appoint a temporary Registrar or Paying Agent, as applicable, to fill such vacancy until a successor Registrar or Paying Agent shall be appointed by the registered owners in the manner above provided, and such temporary Registrar or Paying Agent so appointed by the Town shall immediately and without further act be superseded by the Registrar or Paying Agent, as applicable, appointed by the registered owners; provided, however, that, in the event the temporary Registrar or Paying Agent appointed by the Town shall not be superseded by a Registrar or Paying Agent, as applicable, appointed by the registered owners within three months from the effective date of appointment by the Town, the Registrar or Paying Agent appointed by the Town shall be deemed to be the Registrar or Paying Agent, as applicable. The same entity may be appointed to serve as both Registrar and Paying Agent hereunder. Section 19. Defeasance. When the principal and interest due in connection with any Bond have been duly paid, all obligations hereunder with respect to such Bond shall be discharged, and such Bond shall no longer be deemed to be outstanding for any purpose of this ordinance. Payment of such Bond or any portion thereof shall be deemed made when the Town has placed in escrow with a commercial bank exercising trust powers, an amount sufficient including the known minimum yield from Federal Securities in which such amount may be wholly or in part initially invested) to meet all requirements of principal of and interest on such Bond as the same becomes due to maturity. The Federal Securities shall become due or be callable at the option of the holder at or prior to the respective times on which the proceeds thereof shall be needed, in accordance with a schedule agreed upon between the Town and such bank at the time of creation of the escrow. In the event that there is a defeasance of only part of the Bonds, the Paying Agent shall, if requested by the Town, institute a system to preserve the identity of the individual Bonds or portions thereof so defeased, regardless of changes in Bond numbers attributable to transfers and exchanges of Bonds and the Paying Agent shall be entitled to reasonable compensation and reimbursement of expenses from the Town in connection with such system. 22 001920.020/1'U B17IN/1 018172.3 Section 20. Escrow Fund Sufficiency. If for any reason the amount in the Escrow Fund shall at any time be insufficient for the purposes of Section 13(b) hereof and of the Escrow Agreement, the Town shall forthwith, from moneys available therefore, deposit in the Escrow Fund such additional moneys as shall be necessary to permit the payment of the bond requirements of the Refunded Bonds as provided in the Escrow Agreement. Any excess proceeds released from the Escrow Fund may be used for any public purpose. Section 21. Redemption of the Refunded Bonds. The Council has elected and does hereby declare its intent to exercise on the behalf and in the name of the Town its option to redeem the Series 1998 Bonds maturing on and after November 15, 2010 on the date provided in the Escrow Agreement and to redeem the Series 1999A Bonds and the Series 19998 Bonds on the date provided in the Escrow Agreement. The Town hereby authorizes and directs the Escrow Agent acting as paying agent and registrar for the Refunded Bonds to give notice of refunding and defeasance of the Refunded Bonds to the registered owners of the Refunded Bonds in accordance with the provisions of the ordinances authorizing the issuance of the Refunded Bonds. Section 22. Delegation of Powers. The Mayor or the Chief Financial Officer have the authority to accept the proposal of the Purchaser to purchase the Bonds and to execute the Sale Certificate and the Bond Purchase Agreement, as well as the authority to make determinations in relation to the Bonds contained in the Sale Certificate subject to the parameters and restrictions contained in Section 5 of this ordinance. The Mayor, Clerk and other officers of the Town hereby are authorized and directed to take all action necessary or appropriate to effectuate the provisions of this ordinance including without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the original or additional printing of the Bonds (including the opinion of bond counsel thereon) in such quantities as may be convenient, the execution of the Paying Agent Agreement, the Escrow Agreement, the Sale Certificate, the Continuing Disclosure Agreement, the execution of such certificates as may be required by bond counsel or the Purchaser relating to the execution of the Bonds, the tenure and identity of the Town officials, the assessed valuation and indebtedness of the Town, the receipt of the Bond purchase price and the absence of litigation, pending or threatened, if in accordance with the facts, affecting the validity thereof and the absence and existence of factors affecting the exclusion of interest on the Bonds from gross income for federal income tax purposes. The approval hereby given to sign the various documents referred to above includes an approval of such additional details therein as may be necessary and appropriate for their completion, deletions therefrom and additions thereto as may be approved by bond counsel prior to the execution of the documents. The execution of any instrument by the appropriate officer of the Town herein authorized shall be conclusive evidence of the approval by the Town of such instrument in accordance with the terms hereof. Section 23. Supplemental Ordinances. The Town may, without the consent of or notice to the registered owners, adopt one or more ordinances supplemental hereto, which supplemental ordinances shall thereafter form a part hereof, for any one or more of the following purposes: a) To cure any ambiguity, or to cure, correct or supplement any formal defect or omission or inconsistent provision contained in this ordinance, to make any provision necessary or desirable due to a change in law, to make any provisions with respect to matters arising under this ordinance, or to make any provisions for any other purpose if, in each case, such provisions are necessary or desirable and do not materially adversely affect the interests of the owners of the Bonds; 23 00 1920.020wuoFINn 018172.3 To qualify this ordinance under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939. Section 24. Charter Information. Pursuant to Section 10.12 of the Charter, the Council hereby makes the following declarations. a) The total valuation for assessment of the taxable property within the Town, as shown by the last assessment thereof, is $515,189,480. b) The amount of the Town's total bonded indebtedness outstanding and unrefunded as of the date hereof is $19,045,000; should the Bonds proposed herein be issued, the Town's total bonded indebtedness outstanding will be not greater than $18,945,000 and its total outstanding general obligation indebtedness will be not greater than $13,000,000 provided, that the Town also will have outstanding certain limited tax bonds in the principal amount of$3,745,000, which amount is in addition to the $13,000,000). c) The percentage of debt to assessed valuation (including the Bonds) is 3.7%. d) The Bonds are to be rated "_" by S&P. e) The maximum annual debt service on the Bonds shall not exceed representing _% of the Town's 2009 budgeted general fund expenditures of all Town Funds). The Town intends to pay the Bonds from ad valorem tax revenues. f) The Bonds are issued to reduce debt service on the Refunded Bonds and reduce the burden on taxpayers. Section 25. Approval of Preliminary Official Statement and Authorization of Final Official Statement. The distribution and use of the Preliminary Official Statement is hereby ratified, approved and confirmed. The Purchaser is authorized to prepare or cause to be prepared, and the Mayor is authorized and directed to approve, on behalf of the Town, a final Official Statement for use in connection with the offering and sale of the Bonds. The execution of a final Official Statement by the Mayor shall be conclusively deemed to evidence the approval of the form and contents thereof by the Town. Section 26. Parties Interested Herein. Nothing herein expressed or implied confers any right, remedy or claim upon any person, other than the Town, the Council, the Registrar, the Paying Agent, the Escrow Agent and the registered owners of the Bonds. All the covenants, stipulations, promises and agreements herein contained by and on behalf of the Town shall be for the sole and exclusive benefit of the Town, the Council, the Registrar, the Paying Agent, the Escrow Agent and the registered owners of the Bonds. Section 27. Ratification. All action heretofore taken (not inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance) by the Council, the officers of the Town and otherwise taken by the Town directed toward the Refunding Project and the sale and delivery of the Bonds for such purpose hereby is ratified, approved and confirmed, including, without limitation, the distribution of the Preliminary Official Statement and the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute the final Official Statement in substantially the form of the Preliminary Official Statement presented to the Council and the Purchaser is authorized to distribute the final Official Statement. 24 001920.020/PUB PIN/1018172.3 Section 28. No Recourse Against Officers and Agents. Pursuant to Section 11-57- 209 of the Supplemental Act, if a member of the Council, or any officer or agent of the Town acts in good faith, no civil recourse shall be available against such officer, or agent for payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds. Such recourse shall not be available either directly or indirectly through the Council or the Town, or otherwise, whether by virtue of any constitution, statute, rule of law, enforcement of penalty, or otherwise. By the acceptance of the Bonds and as a part of the consideration of their sale or purchase, any person purchasing or selling such Bonds specifically waives any such recourse. Section 29. Limitations on Actions. Pursuant to Section 11-57-212 of the Supplemental Act, no legal or equitable action brought with respect to any legislative acts or proceedings of the Town in connection with the authorization and issuance of the Bonds, including but not limited to the adoption of this ordinance, shall be commenced more than thirty days after the authorization of the Bonds. Section 30. Repealer. All bylaws, orders, resolutions and ordinances, or parts thereof, inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent only of such inconsistency. This repealer shall not be construed to revive any such by-law, order, resolution or ordinance, or part thereof, heretofore repealed. Section 31. Severability. If any section, subsection, paragraph, clause or other provision of this ordinance for any reason is invalid or unenforceable, the invalidity or unenforceability of such section, subsection, paragraph, clause or other provision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this ordinance. Section 32. Ordinance Irrepealable. After any of the Bonds are issued, this ordinance shall constitute an irrevocable contract between the Town and the registered owners of the Bonds and this ordinance shall be and shall remain irrepealable until the Bonds shall be fully paid, canceled and discharged, except as herein otherwise provided. Section 33. Effective Date and Publication. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect fifteen (15) days after final passage and adoption by the Council as required by the Charter. This ordinance following first reading shall be published by title and summary thereof in a newspaper of general circulation in the Town. After introduction and adoption at second reading, the ordinance shall be published a second time by title and summary thereof in a newspaper of general circulation in the Town, and a true and accurate copy of the ordinance shall be posted in the office of the Town Clerk for 30 days. Such notices shall be in substantially the following form: 25 001920,020/PUBFIN/1018172.3 Form of Publication) OFFICIAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN [that on 2009, the Town Council approved upon first reading an ordinance titled as follows] [that on 2009, the Town Council adopted an ordinance titled as follows]: AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED BY THE SHORT TITLE "2009 REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE'; AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO TO CONTRACT AN INDEBTEDNESS ON ITS BEHALF AND UPON ITS CREDIT BY THE ISSUANCE OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS IN THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED $5,415,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFUNDING THE TOWN'S OUTSTANDING MULTIFAMILY HOUSING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 1998 AND A PORTION OF ITS OUTSTANDING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 1999A AND SERIES 199913; PROVIDING DETAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS, THEIR FORM, THEIR SALE AND FUNDS RELATING THERETO; PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY OF GENERAL AD VALOREM TAXES TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE TAKEN AND RELATING TO SUCH BONDS; AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO. The proposed Ordinance provides for the issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds secured by the Town's full faith and credit and general taxing power. [The Ordinance will be before the Town Council on second reading for approval on 2009.] [The Ordinance has been adopted after second reading, in accordance with the Town Charter, and will become effective fifteen (15) days after adoption.] IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado has caused this notice to be dated this 2009. SEAL) s/ Rhonda B. Coxon Town Clerk Snowmass Village, Colorado End of Form of Notice) 26 001920.020/PUB FIN/1 018172.3 INTRODUCED AND APPROVED this 2009 on first reading. Mayor SEAL) Attest: Town Clerk 27 001920.020/P U B P M/1018172.3 Whereupon it was duly moved and seconded that the foregoing ordinance be now approved upon first reading. The question being upon the adoption of said motion and the approval of the ordinance on first reading, the roll was called with the following result: Those Voting Yes: Those Voting No: Those Absent: The presiding officer thereupon declared that there having been an affirmative vote of a majority of the members of the Council present, the ordinance was approved on first reading. Mayor SEAL) Attest: Town Clerk 28 001920.020/PUUFIN/1018172.3 INTRODUCED, APPROVED and ADOPTED this _ ' 2009. Mayor SEAL) Attest: Town Clerk 29 001920.020/PU B FIN/1 018172.3 Whereupon it was duly moved and seconded that the foregoing ordinance be now approved and adopted upon second reading. The question being upon the adoption of said motion and the approval and adoption of the ordinance on second reading, the roll was called with the following result: Those Voting Yes: Those Voting No: Those Absent: The presiding officer thereupon declared that there having been an affirmative vote of a majority of members of the Council present, the ordinance was approved and adopted on second reading. Mayor SEAL) Attest: Town Clerk 30 001920.020/PU 6FIN/101 8172.3 STATE OF COLORADO COUNTY OF PITKIN SS. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE I, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado (the Town"), do hereby certify: 1.The foregoing pages numbered -1- through -28-, constitute a true, correct, complete and compared copy of the proceedings of the Council insofar as such minutes relate to an ordinance designated by the short title "2009 Refunding Bond Ordinance", a copy of which is set forth in such minutes. 2.The ordinance was published by title and summary in Snowmass Sun, being a newspaper published and of general circulation in the Town on 2009 after first reading and on__, 2009 after adoption. 3.The Mayor and other members of the Council were present at such meetings and voted on the passage of the ordinance as in such minutes set forth. All members of the Council were given due and proper notice of the meetings. Such meetings were public meetings. 4.No other proceedings were adopted nor was any other action taken or considered at such meetings pertaining to the ordinance or the Bonds therein authorized. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of the Town on this 2009. Town Clerk SEAL) 31 001920.020/PU B FIN/1018172,3 Attach Affidavits of Publication, by Title and Summary, of 2009 Bond Ordinance) 32 001920.020/PUBFIN/10181723 cAdocuments and settings\rcoxon\local settings\temporary internet files\content.outlook\fwzuxnnd\2009 refunding bond ordinance.doc 001920.020/PUBF IN/1018172.3 SOURCES AND USES OF FUNDS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Sor.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Sor.2009B Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Dated Date 11119/2009 Delivery Date 11/19/2009 Ser.2009A Sor.20098 Refunding Refunding Sources: Bonds[1] Bonds[2] Total Bond Proceeds: Par Amount 4,440,000.00 975,000.00 5,415,000.00 Premium 272,110.75 62,086.35 334,197,10 4,712,110.75 1,037,086.35 5,749,197.10 Ser.2009A Ser.20098 Refunding Refunding Uses: Bonds[1] Bonds[2] Total Refunding Escrow Deposits: Cash Deposit 0.87 0.80 1.67 SLGS Purchases 4,633,847.00 1,015,043.00 5,648,890.00 4,633,847.87 1,015,043.80 5,648,891.67 Delivery Date Expenses: Underwriter's Discount 44,400.00 9,750.00 54,150.00 Legal&OS 24,598.34 5,401.66 30.000.00 Rating 6,149.58 1,350.42 7,500.00 Escrow Verifying Agent 2,254.85 495.15 2.750.00 Paying Agent 819.94 180.06 1,000.00 78.222.71 17,177.29 95,400.00 Other Uses of Funds: Contingency 4017 4,865.26 4.905.43 4,712,110.75 1,037,086.35 5,749,197.10 Notes: 7]Current Refunding of the Ouslanding Callable Series 1999A&B G.O.Bonds. 2]Current Refunding of the Outstanding Series 1998 G.O.Multi-Family Housing Bonds. Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson&Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refill 09:09CR9899) Page 1 SUMMARY OF FINANCING RESULTS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Sor.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.2009B Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumos'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Bond Escrow Negative Not Series Bond Par Yield Contingency Yield Arbitrage Savings 1015/09:Ser.09 Cuff Rate of 99A&B GOs AA Rid 4,440,000.00 2.843% 40.17 0.029% 11,263.21 570,639.83 1015109:Ser.09 Curt Role of 98MF GOs AA Rod 975.000.00 2.564% 4,865.26 0.030% 2.479.12 89,263.54 5,415,000.00 4,90543 13,742.33 659,903.37 Aggregate: Arbitrage Yield 2.800053% Escrm Yield 0.029057% Oct 5,2009 1:56 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 2 SUMMARY OF REFUNDING RESULTS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.2009B Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumos'AA--'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Dated Date 11119/2009 Delivery Date 11119/2009 Arbitrage yield 2.800053% Escrow yield 0.029057% Bond Par Amount 5,415,000.00 True Interest Cost 2.987638% Net Interest Cost 2.917793% All-In TIC 3.132220% Average Coupon 4.000000% Average Life 5.703 Par amount of refunded bonds 5,515,000.00 Average coupon of refunded bonds 5.524516% Average life of refunded bonds 5.782 PV of prior debt to 11119/2009 @ 2.800053%6,404,195.04 Net PV Savings 659.903.37 Percentage savings of refunded bonds 11.965610% Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD 6nmmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 3 SAVINGS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999ASB G.O.Bonds Ser.20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Present Value Prior Refunding Annual to 11119/2009 Date Debt Service Debt Service Savings Savings @ 2.8000529% 12/15/2009 124,806.25 124,806.25 124,806.25 124,555.86 06115/2010 150,158.75 123,943.34 26,215.41 25,859.47 1211512010 600,158.75 568.300.00 31,858.75 58,074.16 31,205.18 0611512011 138,588.75 99,100.00 39,488.75 37,850.55 12115/2011 618,588.75 594,100.00 24,488.75 63,977.50 23,408.73 06/15/2012 126,076.25 89,200.00 36,876.25 34,374.64 12/15/2012 631,076.25 609,200.00 21,876.25 58,752.50 20,373.17 06/15/2013 112,723.75 78,800.00 33.923.75 30,752.73 12/1512013 647,723.75 613,800.00 33,923.75 67,847.50 30,587.07 06/15/2014 98,377.50 68,100.00 30.277.50 26,691.94 12/15/2014 668,377.50 633,100.00 35,277.50 65,555.00 30,927.59 06/15/2015 83,002.50 56,800.00 26,202.50 22,463.28 12/1512015 673,002.50 636,800.00 36,202.50 62,405.00 30,864.05 06/15/2016 66,680.00 45,200.00 21,480.00 17,906.88 12/15/2016 691,680.00 645,200.00 46,480.00 67,960.00 38,472.87 06/15/2017 49,395.00 33,200.00 16,195.00 13,127.31 12/15/2017 709,395.00 663,200.00 46,195.00 62,390.00 37,192.53 0611512018 31,134.38 20,600.00 10,534.38 8,300.22 12/1512018 566,134.38 525,600.00 40,534.38 51,068.76 31,496.78 06115/2019 15,991.25 10,500.00 5,491.25 4,208.00 12/1512019 580,991.25 535,500.00 45,491.25 50,982.50 34,379.09 7,384,062.51 6,650,243.34 733,819.17 733,819.17 654,997.94 Savings Summary Dated Date 11/19/2009 Delivery Date 11/19/2009 PV of savings from cash flow 654,997.94 Plus:Refunding funds on hand 4,905.43 Net PV Savings 659.903.37 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.DaAdson a Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 4 SAVINGS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified SERIES 2009A BONDS Present Value Prior Refunding Annual to 11/1912009 Date Debt Service Debt Service Savings Savings @ 2.8000629% 12/15/2009 124,806.25 124,806.25 124,806.25 124,555.86 06/15/2010 124,806.25 101,626.67 23,179.58 22,813.68 12/15/2010 474,806.25 448,800.00 26.006.25 49,185.83 25,242.33 0611512011 115,636.25 81,600.00 34,036.25 32,580.32 12/15/2011 485,636.25 466,600.00 19,036.25 53,072.50 17,970.37 06115/2012 105,791.25 73,900.00 31,891.25 29,689.92 12115/2012 495,791.25 478,900.00 16,891.25 48,782.50 15,508.19 06/15/2013 95,256.25 65,800.00 29,456.25 26,670.97 12/15/2013 505,256.25 480,800.00 24,456.25 53,912.50 21,838.01 06/15/2014 84,097.50 57,500.00 26,597.50 23,42211 12115/2014 524,097.50 497,500.00 26,597.50 53,195.00 23,098.72 06/15/2015 72,037.50 48,700.00 23,337.50 19,987.73 12115/2015 527,037.50 498,700.00 28,337.50 51,675.00 23,934.95 06115/2016 59,157.50 39,700.00 19,457.50 16.207.65 12/15/2016 539,157.50 504,700.00 34,457.50 53,915.00 28,306.01 06/15/2017 45,570.00 30,400.00 15,170.00 12,289.73 12/1512017 555,570.00 520,400.00 35,170.00 50,340.00 28,099.02 06/15/2018 31,134,38 20,600.00 10,534.38 8,300.22 1211512018 566,134.38 525,600.00 40,534.38 51,068.76 31,496.78 06/15/2019 15,991.25 10,500.00 5,491.25 4,208.00 1211512019 580,991.25 535,500.00 45,491.25 50,982.50 34,379.09 6,128,762.51 5,487,826.67 640,935.84 640,935.84 570,599.66 Savings Summary Dated Date 11/192009 Delivery Date 11/19/2009 PV of savings from cash flow 570,599.66 Plus:Refunding funds on hand 40.17 Net PV Savings 570,639.83 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 5 SAVINGS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumos'AA--'Undertying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified SERIES 20098 BONDS Present Value Prior Refunding Annual to 11/1912009 Date Debt Service Debt Service Savings Savings @ 2.8000529% 05/1512010 25,352.50 25,352.50 25,010.18 06/15/2010 22,316.67 -22,316.67 21,964.39 11/15/2010 125,352.50 125,352.50 121,952.59 12/1512010 119,500.00 -119,500.00 8,888.33 -115,989.75 05115/2011 22,952.50 22,952.50 22,021.66 0611512011 17,500.00 -17,500.00 16.751.42 11/15/2011 132,952.50 132,952.50 125,799.36 12/1512011 127,500.00 -127,500.00 10,905.00 -120,360.99 05/15/2012 20,285.00 20,285.00 18,928.62 06/15/2012 15,300.00 -15,300.00 14,243.90 1111512012 135,285.00 135,285.00 124,496.01 12/1512012 130,300.00 -130,300.00 9,970.00 -119,631.03 05/15/2013 17,467.50 17 467.50 15,852.53 06/15/2013 13,000.00 -13,000.00 11,770.77 11/15/2013 142,467.50 142,467.50 127,510.35 12/15/2013 133,000.00 -133,000.00 13,935.00 -118,761.30 05/15/2014 14,280.00 14,280.00 12,604.33 06115/2014 1000.00 -10,600.00 9,334.50 11115/2014 144,280.00 144,280.00 125,591.32 12/1512014 135,600.00 -135,600.00 12,360.00 -117,762.45 0511512015 10,965.00 10,965.00 9,412.91 061151'2015 6,100.00 -8,100.00 6,937.36 11115/2015 145,965.00 145,965.00 123,573.71 1211512015 138,100.00 -138,100.00 10,730.00 -116.644.62 05/15/2016 7,522.50 7,522.50 6,280.61 06/152015 5,500.00 -5.500.00 4.581.37 11/15/2016 152,522.50 152,522.50 125,584.24 12/15/2016 140,500.00 -140.500.00 14,045.00 -115,417.38 05/1512017 3,825.00 3,825.00 3,105.95 06/15/2017 2,800.00 -2,800.00 2,268.37 11/1512017 153.825.00 153,825.00 123,183.35 12/15/2017 142,800.00 -142,600.00 12,050.00 -114,069.63 1,255,300.00 1,162,416.67 92,883.33 92,663.33 84,398.26 Savings Summary Dated Date 11/192009 Delivery Date 11/192009 PV of savings from cash flow 84,398.28 Plus:Refunding funds on hand 4,865.26 Net PV Savings 89,263.54 Oct S.2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.DaNdson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Relg 09:09CR9899) Page 6 BOND PRICING TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Maturity Premium Bond Component Date Amount Rate Yield Price Discount) 10/5109:Ser.09 Curr Refg of 99A&B GOs AA Rtd,Serial Bonds: 1211512010 360,000 4.000% 1.300%102.864 10,310.40 12/15/2011 385,000 4.000% 1.520%105.039 19,400.15 1211512012 405,000 4.000% 1.840%106.422 26.009.10 12/15/2013 415,000 4.000% 2.110%107.336 30.444.40 12115/2014 440,000 4.000% 2.410%107.547 33,206.80 12115/2015 450,000 4.000% 2.660%107.466 33,597.00 12/15/2016 465.000 4.000% 2.890%107.052 32,791.80 12/15/2017 490,000 4.000% 3.110%106.308 30,909.20 12/1512018 505,000 4.000% 3.280%105.608 28,320.40 12/1512019 525,000 4.000% 3.390%105.166 27,121.50 4,440,000 272,110.75 1015/09:Ser,09 Curr Refg of 98MF GOs AA Rld,Serial Bonds: 12115/2010 100,000 4.000% 1.300%102.864 2,864.00 12/1512011 110,000 4.000% 1.520%105.039 5,542.90 12/15/2012 115,000 4.000% 1.840%106.422 7,385.30 12/1512013 120,000 4.000% 2.110%107.336 8,803.20 12115/2014 125,000 4.000% 2.410%107.547 9,433.75 12/1512015 130,000 4.000% 2.660%107.466 9,705.80 1211512016 135,000 4.000% 2.890%107.052 9,520.20 12115/2017 140,000 4,000% 3.110%106.308 8,831,20 975.000 62,086.35 5,415,000 334,197.10 Dated Date 11/19/2009 Delivery Date 1111912009 First Coupon 06/15/2010 Par Amount 5,415,000.00 Premium 334,197.10 Production 5,749,197.10 106.171692% Underwriter's Discount 54,150.00 -1.000000% Purchase Price 5,695,047.10 105.1716924E Accrued Interest Net Proceeds 5,695,047.10 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 7 BOND DEBT SERVICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999ASB G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA.'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified SERIES 2009A BONDS Dated Dale. 11/19/2009 Delivery Date 11/19/2009 Period Annual Ending Principal Coupon Interest Debt Service Debt Service 06115/2010 101,626.67 101,626.67 1211512010 360,000 4.000%88,800.00 448,800.00 550,426.67 06/15/2011 81,600.00 81,600.00 12/15/2011 385,000 4.000%81,600.00 466,600.00 548,200.00 06/15/2012 73,900.00 73,900.00 12/1512012 405,000 4.000%73,900.00 478,900.00 552,800.00 06/1512013 65,800.00 65,600.00 12/1512013 415,000 4.000%65,800.00 480,800.00 546,600.00 0611512014 57,500.00 57,500.00 12115/2014 440,000 4.000%57,500.00 497,500.00 555,000.00 0611512015 48,700.00 48,700.00 12/15/2015 450,000 4.000%48,700.00 498,700.00 547,400.00 0611512016 39,700.00 39.700.00 12/1512016 465,000 4.000%39,700.00 504,700.00 544,400.00 06/15/2017 30,400.00 30,400.00 12/1512017 490,000 4.000%30,400.00 520,400.00 550,800.00 06/15/2018 20,600.00 20,600.00 12/1512018 505.000 4.000%20,600.00 525,600.00 546,200.00 06/1512019 10,500.00 10,500.00 12/1512019 525,000 4.000%10,500.00 535,500.00 546,000.00 4,440,000 1,047,826.67 5,487,826.67 5,487,826.67 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snmrrass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 8 BOND DEBT SERVICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Undorying Rating(UP(,Bank Qualified SERIES 20098 BONDS Dated Date 11/192009 Delivery Date 111192009 Period Annual Ending Principal Coupon Interest Debt Sorvice Debt Service 06/15/2010 22,316.67 22,316.67 12/15/2010 100.000 4.000%19.500.00 119,500.00 141,816.67 06/1512011 17,500.00 17,500.00 12/15/2011 110,000 4.000%17,500.00 127,500.00 145,000.00 06/15/2012 15,300.00 15,300.00 121152012 115,000 4.000%15,300.00 130,300.00 145,600.00 06/15/2013 13,000.00 13,000.00 12/1512013 120,000 4.000%13,000.00 133,000.00 146.000.00 06115/2014 10,600.00 10,600.00 12115/2014 125,000 4.000%10,600.00 135,600.00 146,200.00 06115/2015 8,100.00 8,100.00 12/15/2015 130,000 4.000% 8,100.00 138,100.00 146,200.00 06/15/2016 5,500.00 5,500.00 12/15/2016 135.000 4.000% 5,500.00 140,500.00 146,000.00 06115/2017 2,800.00 2,800.00 121152017 140,000 4.000% 2,800.00 142,800.00 145,600.00 975.000 187,416.67 1,162,416.67 1,162,416.67 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snmmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 9 AGGREGATE DEBT SERVICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A 8 20098 Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumos'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Period Series 2009A sedee 2009B Sense 1998 Series 1999A&B series 2002 sense 2004 Series 2009 Umfunnsd Aggregate Ending We Bonds Role Bonds MFGO Bonds GO Bonds GO Bonds GO Bonds GO Bonds Bonds 311 Debt Service 12/152009 155.405 133.81313 487.117.50 235,000 151400.00 339.006.88 1,501,742.51 12/15!2010 550,426.67 141,81887 487.780A0 237.750 151400.00 1,589,17394 12115/2011 548,200,00 145,000.00 487.087.50 240,WD 251,400.00 1,671,687.50 12/152012 552,800.00 145,600.00 236.750 281400.00 1,216,550.W 12/151013 540.600.00 148.000.00 238,250 290,662.50 1,221,512.50 12/152014 555,000.00 146,200.00 239,250 289,100.00 1.229.550.00 12/15!1015 547400.00 146.200.00 239,750 292,125.00 1,225,475.00 12/158016 544,400.00 146.000.00 239,750 293,875.00 1.224,02800 12/152017 550,800.00 145.600.00 239,250 291,000.00 1,226,650.00 121151018 546,200.00 173,250 292,000.00 1,011450.00 121151019 546,000.00 292,500.00 836,50000 121152020 292,500.00 292,500.00 121152021 292,525.00 292.525.00 1211521122 292.075.00 292.075.00 121152023 291,150.00 291,150.00 121151024 289,750.00 289,750.00 121lWD25 292.25000 292.250.00 12/152026 294.00000 294,000.00 5487,828.67 1,162,416.67 155,405 133.813.13 1.461,985.D0 2,319,000 4.921.112.50 339,OD6.88 15.980.565.65 Note: 1111ndudoa Debt Senior on Unretunded 1991 6 1998 G.O.Bonds,shot Debt Sernce on the Non-Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds, Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Domdson&Co Quantitative Group-MD Snmmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9B99) Page 10 ESCROW REQUIREMENTS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.2009B Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Period Principal Ending Interest Redeemed Total 12/15/2009 124,806.25 124,806.25 12121/2009 9,230.71 5,515,000.00 5,524,230.71 134,036.96 5,515,000.00 5.649,036.96 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Relg 09:09CR9899) Page 11 SUMMARY OF BONDS REFUNDED TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A 6 20098 Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Maturity Interest Par Call Call Bond Date Rate Amount Date Price 6/1/98:Ser.98 MFH GO(callable 11/15/07 @ 100): 98 11/15/2010 4.800% 100,000.00 12/21/2009 100.000 11/15/2011 4.850% 110,000.00 1212112009 100.000 11/15/2012 4.900% 115,000.00 1212112009 100.000 TERM 11/1512017 5.100% 685,000.00 12/21/2009 100.000 1,010,000.00 11115199:Ser.1999A&B GO(callable 12/15/09 @ 100: ASERIAL 12115/2010 5.100% 280,000.00 12/2112009 100.000 12/15/2011 5.200% 295,000.00 12/21/2009 100.000 12/15/2012 5.300% 310.000.00 12/21/2009 100.000 12/1512013 5.350% 325,000.00 12121/2009 100.000 1211512014 5.400% 350,000.00 12/21/2009 100.000 ATERM19 12115/2019 5.625% 2,020,000.00 1212112009 100.000 BTERM19 12115/2019 5.800% 925,000.00 122112009 100.000 4,505,000.00 5,515,000.00 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 12 PRIOR BOND DEBT SERVICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA.'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified SERIES 2009A BONDS Period Annual Ending Principal Coupon Interest Debt Service Debt Service 12/15/2009 124,806.25 124,806.25 124,806.25 06/1512010 124,806.25 124,806.25 12115/2010 350,000 124,806.25 474,806.25 599,612.50 06/15/2011 115,636.25 115.636.25 12115/2011 370,000 115,636.25 485,636.25 601,272.50 06/15/2012 105,791.25 105,791.25 12/15/2012 390,000 105,791.25 495,791.25 601,582.50 06/15/2013 95,256.25 95,256.25 12/1512013 410,000 95,256.25 505,256.25 600,512.50 06/15/2014 84,097.50 84,097.50 12/1512014 440,000 84,097.50 524,097.50 608,195.00 06/1512015 72,037.50 72,037.50 1211512015 455,000 72,037.50 527,037.50 599,075.00 06/1512016 59,157.50 59,157.50 1211512016 480,000 59,157.50 539,157.50 598,315.00 0611512017 45,570.00 45,570.00 12115/2017 510,000 45,570.00 555,570.00 601,140.00 06115/2018 31,134.38 31,134.38 12/15/2018 535,000 31,134.38 566,134.38 597,268.76 06115/2019 15,991.25 15,991.25 12/15/2019 565,000 15,991.25 580,991.25 596,982.50 4,505,000 1,623,762.51 6,128,762.51 6.128,762.51 Oct 5,2009 1:56 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Rail;09:09CR9899) Page 13 PRIOR BOND DEBT SERVICE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 20098 Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA=Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified SERIES 20098 BONDS Annual Period Debt Ending Principal Coupon Interest Debt Service Service 06/1512010 25,352.50 25,352.50 12/15/2010 100,000 4.800%25,352.50 125,352.50 150,705 06/1512011 22,952.50 22,952.50 12/1512011 110,000 4.850%22,952.50 132,952.50 155,905 0611512012 20,285.00 20,285.00 1211512012 115,000 4.900%20,285.00 135,285.00 155,570 06/15/2013 17,467.50 17,467.50 12/15/2013 125,000 5.100%17,467.50 142,467.50 159,935 06/1512014 14,280.00 14,280.00 12/15/2014 130,000 5.100%14,280.00 144,280.00 158,560 06/15/2015 10,965.00 10,965.00 12/1512015 135,000 5.100%10,965.00 145,965.00 156.930 06/15/2016 7,522.50 7,522.50 1211512016 145,000 5.100% 7,522.50 152,522.50 160,045 06/15/2017 3,825.00 3,825.00 12/1512017 150,000 5.100% 3.825.00 153,825.00 157,650 1,010,000 245,300.00 1,255.300.00 1,255,300 Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Quantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9899) Page 14 ESCROW STATISTICS TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO General Obligation Refunding Bonds,Series 2009A&2009B Ser.2009A Current Refunding of Callable 1999A&B G.O.Bonds Ser.2009B Current Refunding of Outstanding 1998 MF G.O.Bonds Assumes'AA-'Underlying Rating(S&P),Bank Qualified COMBINED BOND SCHEDULES Modified Yield to Yield to Perfect Value of Total Duration PV of 1 by Receipt Disbursement Escrow Negative Cost of Escrow Escrow Coat (years) change Dale Date Cost Arbitrage Dead Time 1015109:Ser.09 Curr Reig of 99A&B GOs AA Rtd: BP 4,633.847.87 0.088 40.97 0.028939% 0.028939% 4,622,584.66 11,263.21 10/5109:Ser.09 Cur Relg of 98MF G03 AA Rtd: BP 1,015,043.80 0.089 9.02 0.029594% 0.029594% 1,012,564.67 2,479.12 0.01 5,648,891.67 50.00 5,635,149.33 13,742.33 0.01 Delivery date 11/1912009 Arbitrage yield 2.800053% Oct 5,2009 1:58 pm Prepared by D.A.Davidson 8 Co Ouantitative Group-MD Snowmass Village CO Refg 09:09CR9699) Page 15 TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANAGER SUBJECT: RESOLUTION #28, 2009 : INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT IGA) WITH THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TO ESTABLISH A LAND USE REVIEW PROCESS REGARDING AN EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT PROPOSED BY THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT DATE: October 19, 2009 1.PURPOSE The purpose of the proposed IGA is to define a process for reviewing and commenting on the proposed Aspen School District's affordable housing project on Owl Creek Road. Resolution 28, Series of 2009 would authorize the approval of a new proposed IGA that was the subject of discussion between the Town Council and the Aspen School Board on October 12, 2009. 2.BACKGROUD In November of 2008, the voters of Pitkin County approved a ballot initiative to fund housing for Aspen School District employees. In the summer of 2009 the School District began discussing the acquisition of a site adjacent to Anderson Ranch and Fairway III on Owl Creek Road for the purposes of building an affordable housing project for District employees. The District, after reviewing the Town's development review process, indicated that it would not go through the Town's land use review process but would rather follow the process outlined in the State Statute C.R.S. § 22-32-110 and 124. Under this statute the School District has the authority to acquire land and construct necessary buildings and structures. After several discusions with the Town Council the two parties (Town and School District) agreed to the concept of developing an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) to allow the Town to review and comment on the proposed project. On October 5'h the Town Council determined that the School District should commit to a deed restriction on the land prior to approving an IGA. On October 12'', a special meeting of the Town Council occurred with the Aspen School Board to discuss the IGA and specifically a deed restriction on the proposed project site. Staff has attempted to address the primary point of this discussion in the Declaration of Covenants that is an attachment to the proposed IGA. 3. ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL The Town Council is requested to consider approval of Resolution 28, Series of 2009 that would authorize the execution of the new proposed IGA. SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 28 SERIES OF 2009 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ENTRANCE INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE ASPEN REA SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ESTABLISH A LAND USE REVIEW PROCESS REGARDING AN EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT PROPOSED BY THE ASPEN REA SCHOOL DISTRICT WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village (the "Town") and the Aspen RE-1 School District (the "School District") are both political subdivisions of the State of Colorado; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 29-20-105, local governments are authorized and encouraged to cooperate or contract with other units of government; and WHEREAS, the people of the State of Colorado have authorized political subdivisions to cooperate with each other and contract in matters set out in this Agreement through the Colorado Constitution, Article XIV, Section 18(2)(A), Article XX and Article XI, Section 7; and WHEREAS, the Town wishes to ensure compliance insofar as feasible with the adopted plan of the community as reflected in the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan and the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, specifically Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions and Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards; and WHEREAS, the Town and School District desire to cooperate with respect to managing the physical growth of the Town of Snowmass Village, identifying and mitigating impacts caused by the project, and giving its elected officials and citizens the opportunity to read, review, discuss, comment and understand the Project; and WHEREAS, a majority of the electors in the Snowmass Village precincts voted to approve additional School District indebtedness for the purpose of providing affordable housing for District Employees in the School District's bond election in November 2008; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 22-32-110 and 124, the School District has the authority to acquire land and construct necessary buildings and structures; and WHEREAS, The Intergovernmental Agreement (the "IGA") is designed to provide the framework for a coordinated and expedited land use review process specific to and limited to the development of the Project, to ensure insofar as feasible that the plans and procedures undertaken by the School District are supported by the Town Council, the neighbors and the community, to protect the legal rights of the School District to 09-28 Reso Page 2 of 2 develop property in an expedient manner, to protect the legal rights of the Town to establish an efficient development review process, provide for participation, protect the quality of life, provide for orderly development of the Town, to implement the Comprehensive Plan insofar as feasible, and to promote the interest of the Town in ensuring that the Project conforms to community development standards insofar as feasible; and WHEREAS, the Town Council desires to approve the entrance into the IGA. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado as follows: 1. Intergovernmental Agreement To Establish A Land Use Review Process Regarding An Employee Housing Project Proposed By The Aspen Re-1 School District. The Intergovernmental Agreement with the Aspen RE-1 School District to establish a land use review process regarding an employee housing project proposed by the aspen re-1 school district, Exhibit 1 attached hereto is hereby approved and adopted by the Town. 2. Direction to Mayor. The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Intergovernmental Agreement approved by this Resolution on behalf of the Town. 3. Severability. If any provision of this Resolution or application hereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect any other provision or application of this Resolution which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and, to this end, the provisions of this Resolution are severable. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, on this 19th day of October, 2009 by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado on a motion made by Council Member seconded by Council Member and by a vote of in favor and _opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE Bill Boineau, Mayor ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ESTABLISH A LAND USE REVIEW PROCESS REGARDING AN EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT PROPOSED BY THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT This INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT ("IGA") is made and entered into this 19th day of October, 2009, (the "Effective Date") by and between the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE (the "Town"), a Colorado home rule municipality, and the ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, (the "School District") (collectively, the "Parties"). The subject of this agreement is an employee housing development (the Project") to be located on property owned by the School District on Owl Creek Road the "Property") within the Town. RECITALS WHEREAS, the Town and the School District are both political subdivisions of the State of Colorado; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 29-20-105, local governments are authorized and encouraged to cooperate or contract with other units of government; and WHEREAS, the people of the State of Colorado have authorized political subdivisions to cooperate with each other and contract in matters set out in this Agreement through the Colorado Constitution, Article XIV, Section 18(2)(A), Article XX and Article XI, Section 7; and WHEREAS, the Town wishes to ensure compliance insofar as feasible with the adopted plan of the community as reflected in the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan and the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, specifically Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions and Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards; and WHEREAS, the Town and School District desire to cooperate with respect to managing the physical growth of the Town of Snowmass Village, identifying and mitigating impacts caused by the Project, and giving its elected officials and citizens the opportunity to read, review, discuss, comment and understand the Project; and WHEREAS, a majority of the electors in the Snowmass Village precincts voted to approve additional School District indebtedness for the purpose of providing affordable housing for District Employees in the School District's bond election in November 2008; and 1 WHEREAS, the School District desires to ensure that the proposed housing for District employees be retained in the School District's inventory as affordable, rental housing for the foreseeable future; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 22-32-110 and 124, the School District has the authority to acquire land and construct necessary buildings and structures. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions, and agreements made by the parties as set forth herein, the parties agree and contract as follows: ARTICLE I PURPOSE, SCOPE AND TERM 1.1 Purpose. The purposes of this Agreement are: (1) to provide the framework for a coordinated and expedited land use review process specific to and limited to the development of the Project; (2) to ensure insofar as feasible that the plans and procedures undertaken by the School District are supported by the Town Council, the neighbors and the community; (3) to protect the legal rights of the School District to develop property in an expedient manner; (4) to protect the legal rights of the Town to establish an efficient development review process, provide for participation, protect the quality of life, provide for orderly development of the Town, to implement the Comprehensive Plan insofar as feasible; and (5) to promote the interest of the Town in ensuring that the Project conforms to community development standards insofar as feasible. 1.2 Scone. The terms and provisions of this Agreement shall apply only to the Project. 1.3 Term. The term of this Agreement commences on the Effective Date and shall remain in effect through final completion of the Project, unless terminated by either party in accordance with Section 3.1 of this Agreement. ARTICLE II SUBMITTAL ELEMENTS AND REVIEW PROCESS SUBMITTAL ELEMENTS 2.1 Site Plan and Submittal Elements: The School District shall submit to the Town the site plan as currently provided in C.R.S. § 22-32-124 Additionally, the Town and School District agree that the site plan and project submittal shall include the following elements: 2 a) Name, address, telephone number and power of attorney. The applicant's name, .address and telephone number. If the applicant is to be represented by an agent, a letter signed by the applicant granting power of attorney to the agent shall be submitted, authorizing the agent to represent the applicant and stating the representative's name, address and phone number. b) Legal description. The legal description and street address, if such exists,of the parcel on which development is proposed. c) Disclosure of ownership. A current certificate from a title insurance company or attorney licensed in the State which shall set forth the names of all owners of property included in the application and shall include a list of all mortgages,judgments, liens, contracts, easements or agreements of record that affect the property. At the Town's option, the holders or owners of such mortgages, judgments, liens, contracts, easements or agreements of record that affect the property may be required to consent to the application before it is acted upon by the Town. d) Written description. A written description of the proposal and an explanation, in written, graphic or model form. e) Vicinity map. An eight and one-half inch by eleven inch 8%z"x 11") vicinity map locating the subject parcel within the Town. f) Development plan, which shall include the following: 1. General, The property boundaries of the site, title of the proposed development, date of preparation, bar-type or graphic scale, north arrow (designated as true north) and legal description of the property. 2. Proposed development. The plan shall show the proposed dimensions and locations of all buildings, public and private roadways, existing and proposed utility lines and fire hydrants, service areas, emergency vehicle access areas, parking facilities, pedestrian pathways, trails and use areas, common open areas, public open spaces, public transportation facilities, drainage facilities and detention areas, snow storage/removal areas, trash storage areas and other information necessary to allow detailed review of the project design. Existing and proposed contours shall be shown at two-foot intervals, or less. . 3. Topography/Height, The site plan showing both existing topography and proposed grading. Plan shall show both the horizontal and vertical location of driveways, parking areas, walkways, stairs, retaining walls and patios relative to Mean Sea Level Elevation (MSLE). A roof plan showing ridge elevations 3 shall be overlaid on the site plan. MSLE roof ridge heights shall be provided. 4. Surrounding structures. The plan shall depict structures and landmarks within three hundred (300) feet of the site, so as to show the relationship of the proposed development to its surroundings. 5. Chart. The preliminary plan shall contain a chart of proposed land uses by acreage, including the percentage of land coverage by each type of use, together with a detailed listing of the following development parameters: a) Dimensions. Proposed square footage and height of buildings. b) Dwelling units. Proposed number of bedrooms; square footage of dwelling units by type of unit; proposed number of dwelling units per acre. c) Floor area. Proposed maximum allowable floor area FAR). d)Parking. Proposed number of parking spaces. e) Open space. Proposed amount of open space. g) Architectural Elevations. Elevations at a vertical scale of not less than one-eighth inch equals one foot ('/8"= 1') or larger of all significant facades of the proposed buildings, Building elevations shall be of sufficient detail to indicate building openings, alternate materials proposed for the roof and exterior of the buildings, decks and other architectural features of the buildings, including chimneys and mechanical areas and features affecting the roof lines of all proposed buildings. h) Architectural Floor plans. Proposed floor plans drawn at a scale of one-eighth inch equals one foot (1/8" = 1') or larger of all floors of the proposed buildings showing all living, sleeping, cooking, bathroom, and storage areas. Typical floor plans with a floor layout plan may be substituted. i) Landscape plan. A general landscape plan, depicting the type, amount, size, species and location of all plant materials. The plan shall show the location of all existing trees with a trunk circumference of fourteen (14) inches or more measured four and one-half (4'/Z) feet above the ground and shall indicate which trees are proposed to be removed. Where large groves of trees are to remain undisturbed, single trees need not be located. 0) Solid waste disposal plan. A proposed solid waste disposal plan, including the anticipated volume (cubic yards) of solid waste that will be generated by the development, proposed trash container size and location of said facilities. k) Water supply and sewage disposal. The applicant shall obtain from the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District a confirmation that, based upon the data submitted for this review, the District be able to provide service for the project as 4 proposed. 1) Clearing, grading and drainage plans. A report identifying plans for clearing, grading and drainage including: 1. Limits of clearing. The location and defined limits of all clearing and/or removal of vegetation cover. 2. Grading plan. Existing and proposed grades at a contour interval of two (2) feet or less, based on field survey controls, including location with proposed grades and elevations for all buildings, roads, walks, storm sewers and other drainage structures and devices, retaining walls and other landscape features. The plan shall provide designs for sediment control devices to be employed, including specifications of how graded areas will be stabilized and re-vegetated after construction is completed. m) Transportation impact analysis. The TIA report will be based upon the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004, a copy which was forwarded by the Town Engineer to the School District for use by reference. The applicant shall submit the following information in a manner that reasonably permits the Town to evaluate the impacts of the proposed development: 1. Daily traffic counts. All total daily traffic counts shall be actual machine counts and not based on factored peak hour sampling. All traffic counts will be based upon the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 2. Trip generation rates. The applicant shall use a 5.0 vehicle trips/dwelling generation rate to calculate the development's impact on the Town road network. The Planning Director may, upon request by the applicant, accept different trip generation rates than that, considering whether any special transit features are planned for the development, or if there are unusual land use, occupancy or other features of the development. 3. Existing conditions. The report shall be based upon the Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 4. Anticipated ridership. A determination of the anticipated public transportation ridership, using data supplied by the Town's Transportation Department for similar projects with the Town. 5. Trip generation and design hour volumes. A summary table shall be provided listing each type of land use, the number of units or the amount of nonresidential square footage involved, the average trip generation for each use (total daily traffic and a.m. and p.m. peaks) and the resultant total 5 trips generated. 6. Trip distribution. The direction of approach for site-generated traffic shall be presented in the report. The technical analysis steps, basic methods and assumptions used shall be clearly stated. 7. Trip assignments. Internal trips shall not exceed ten percent 10%) without analytical support to demonstrate how the larger figures were determined. Non-generated passerby traffic reductions in generation volumes may be considered if applicable. 8. Existing and projected traffic volumes. The report shall include the following illustrations: a) Peak hour traffic. Illustrations of current a.m. and p.m. peak hour site traffic (in and out), including turning movements. b) Future peak hour traffic. Illustrations of future a.m. and p.m. peak hour site traffic (in and out), including turning movements for current conditions and future buildout of the project in comparison with the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004., c) Not applicable 9. Capacity analysis, The report shall include a comparison of the site in order to identify the incremental impacts to all public street intersections impacted by the proposed development and for the private property identified in the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 10. Conclusions. The report shall contain a clear and concise executive summary, describing the study's findings, including any incremental impact over the current use. If the analysis indicates an incremental impact on the levels of service, a description of possible improvements shall be included in the executive summary. n) Geologic report. A report evaluating geologic and soils conditions, including: 1. Potential geologic hazards. A site specific analysis of the geologic characteristics on, or in the vicinity of, the site that could have a significant impact on the proposed development shall be conducted. It shall be prepared by a geologist or engineer who is qualified to map and evaluate geologic hazards and to assess their potential impacts on the development. It shall discuss any recent activity associated with the geologic hazards and shall provide an expert opinion as to the degree of severity of the potential geologic hazards. It shall also include recommendations as to how the 6 development will avoid or mitigate any dangers posed to life or property from these hazards. 2. Soils study. A study prepared by a qualified professional describing existing surface and sub-surface soil characteristics on the site, and evaluating the suitability of such soils for the planned construction. o) Construction management plan. A detailed construction management plan describing development phasing, construction schedules and measures for mitigating impacts associated with all aspects of the project. 2.2 Declaration of Covenants. The School District shall, upon approval of this Agreement by both parties, deliver to the Town a fully executed and acknowledged original of the Declaration of Covenants attached as Exhibit"A"hereto. REVIEW PROCESS 2.3 Public Notification. A notice and display ad will be published in the Snowmass Sun the cost of which will be shared equally by the Town and the School District, generally describing the development proposal and providing a meeting schedule. The notice and display ad will run in the editions published October 14, 21, and 28, 2009. 2.4 Planning Commission. Provided the submittal elements contained herein are timely satisfied, on October 21, 2009, the Planning Commission will review the School District's submittal package, hear testimony and provide comments and direction to Town staff regarding their recommendations and concerns. The Town staff agrees to provide a written summary of the Planning Commission's comments or a copy of any Resolution adopted by the Planning Commission to the School District by October 23, 2009. 2.5 Planning Commission Report to Town Council. The Planning Commission will transmit a written summary of the Planning Commission's comments or a copy of any Resolution adopted by the Planning Commission to the Town Council for consideration by the Town Council during the October 26, 2009 Town Council meeting. The Town Council will then conduct a hearing to hear testimony and review the development submittal. A resolution may be adopted by the Town Council to adopt any findings and make recommendations. The Town Council may continue the review to the Town Council meeting on November 2, 2009 to further hear testimony, resolve any requests for additional information and adopt a resolution. Any duly adopted resolution of the Town Council, regardless of the date adopted, will be provided to the School District no later than November 10, 2009. 2.6 Joint Meeting of the Town Council and the School District Board. The Town Council and the School District Board shall meet on November 16, 2009 as part of 7 the regularly scheduled Town Council meeting to discuss any findings or recommendations contained in the resolution of the Town Council that the School District has given written notice to the Town that the School District will not incorporate into the project in an effort to resolve such issues; provided, however, that such informal discussions shall not modify or extend the time periods or procedures established by C.R.S. 22-32-124. In the event all the comments and recommendations contained in the resolution of the Town Council will be incorporated into the Project, the School District shall give written notice advising the Town accordingly and the Joint Meeting shall be cancelled. 1 ARTICLE III MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 3.1 Termination. This Agreement may be terminated by either party for any material breach that has not been cured as provided herein. The party alleged to be in breach of the Agreement shall first be given a reasonable opportunity to cure the breach after receiving notice stating the substance of the breach from the other party. For purposes of this section, reasonable opportunity to cure shall mean cure within fifteen 15) days of the effective date of such notice. 3.2 Amendments. This Agreement may be amended only by mutual agreement of the parties and shall be evidenced by a written instrument authorized and executed with the same formality as accorded this Agreement. 3.3 Notices. Any notice required by this Agreement shall be in writing. If such notice is hand delivered or personally served, it shall be effective immediately upon such delivery or service. 3.4 Govemina Law. This Agreement and the rights and obligations of the parties hereto shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado. 3.5. Severability. If this Agreement, or any portion of it, is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of the Agreement. 3.6 No Implied Representations. No representations, warranties, or certifications, express or implied, shall exist as between the parties, except as specifically stated in this Agreement 3.7 No Third Party Beneficiaries. None of the terms conditions, or covenants in this Agreement shall give or allow any claim, benefit, or right of action by any third person not a party hereto. Any person other than the Town or the School District receiving services or benefits under this Agreement shall be only an incidental beneficiary. 8 3.8 Integrated Agreement and Amendments. This Agreement is an integration of the entire understanding of the parties with respect to the matters stated herein. 3.9 Approvals. Each party represents and warrants to the other that this Agreement has been duly approved in accordance with the law and the applicable procedures of each party, and that no further action is necessary to make this Agreement binding upon them. The persons whose signatures appear below are the duly authorized representatives of each party, empowered to bind their respective parties to the terms hereof. 3.10 Supremacy. Neither the Town nor the School District concedes supervening authority of the other over any matter. The Town acknowledges the existence of C.R.S. § 22-32-110(1)(b) and 124 and that the proposed project will be located within the territorial limits of the School District. The School District acknowledges that the Town is a Colorado home rule municipality, the existence of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code and the proposed project will be located within the territorial limits of the Town. 3.11 Waiver. Both parties agree that by entering into this Agreement neither party has waived or released any rights. Both parties further agree that by jointly undertaking the review process contained in this Agreement that neither party has waived, released or consented to any acts, omissions or non-compliance by the other that may have occurred or have not occurred prior to the date of the Agreement. 3.12 Time Limits. Except for provisions in Section 2.1 related to notice or otherwise required by statute, any failure of either party to give notice or take action within the time limits specified herein shall not affect that party's right to undertake whatever action it is otherwise authorized by law to take. 3.13 Utility Costs. The School District shall be responsible for payment of applicable utility fees and charges associated with the construction or expansion of new residential buildings. 3.14 Review Fees. The School District shall not be required to pay, directly or indirectly, any of the other usual Town fees for plan processing, plan review, plat review, plat application, annexation application or processing, building permit, service expansion fees or any Town tax on building materials incorporated into construction projects, excepting the School District shall be responsible for fees charged by consultants not employed by the Town but rather engaged by the Town for this specific land use review process in an amount not to exceed $2,500.00. 3.15 Dispute Resolution. In the event any dispute arises between the parties concerning the interpretation, implementation or application of this Agreement that cannot be resolved between the School District's Land Use Planner and the Town's Director of Planning or designee, either party may then submit such dispute to the 9 Superintendent of the School District and Town Manager. This dispute resolution process shall not suspend or otherwise affect the other time lines in this Agreement or as provided by law nor be a condition precedent to either party timely exercising any rights. EFFECTIVE AS OF THE DAY AND YEAR FIRST WRITTEN ABOVE. ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT ASPEN, COLORADO By: Charla Belinski President, Board of Education ATTEST: Laura J. Kornasiewicz Secretary, Board of Education TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By: Russell W. Forrest, Town Manager ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 10 DECLARATION OF COVENANTS THIS DECLARATION OF COVENANTS is made by the Aspen RE-1 School District, a Colorado school district, whose address is 0235 High School Road, Aspen, Colorado 81611, hereinafter referred to as the "Declarant," for the benefit of the Town of Snowmass Village, a Colorado home rule municipal corporation, whose address is Post Office Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615, hereinafter referred to as the Town." WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, Declarant is the owner of certain real property situate in the Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, to wit: See Legal Description in Exhibit "A"which is attached hereto and made a part hereof" commonly referred to as 5131 Owl Creek Road, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615, and hereinafter referred to as the "Property"; and WHEREAS, a residential housing project, hereinafter the "Project", is proposed to be located and constructed on the Property; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the Declarant to preserve its flexibility in the management of its assets in compliance with its fiduciary duty to the taxpayers of the School District; and WHEREAS, the Declarant desires to maintain its ability to use best management practices and sound judgment in the management of the Project; and WHEREAS, the Declarant desires to encumber the Property with restrictive covenants for the benefit of the Town on the terms and conditions as hereinafter set forth. NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the adequacy and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, Declarant hereby declares, restricts and encumbers the Property by the establishment of the following restrictive covenants that will run with the land for the benefit of the Town, in perpetuity, restricting the use and enjoyment of the Property, as follows: 1. Ownership of Property. For so long as the Property is owned in fee simple by the Declarant, the Declarant may use the Property for any school district purpose permitted by Colorado law, specifically including, but not limited to, providing affordable housing for Declarant's teachers and other employees. 2. Conveyance of Property. In the event Declarant determines, pursuant to its fiduciary duty, best management practice and/or sound judgment, to convey, transfer, sell or otherwise dispose (which shall include long-term lease defined as longer than 3 years) of the Property, the Declarant shall comply with the 1 following restrictive covenants prior to such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property: a) In the event the Property is to be conveyed, transferred, sold or otherwise disposed to a teacher or other employee of the Declarant, prior to such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property, Declarant shall further restrict the Property, by recording a deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land for the benefit of either the Declarant, the Town or both with the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado and burdening the Property to such a grantee, that such grantee may only convey, transfer, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the Property to another teacher or other employee of Declarant. Declarant may reserve unto itself a right of first refusal to purchase the Property from such a grantee in the event such a grantee desires to sell the Property. Declarant may also grant a secondary right of first refusal to purchase the Property to the Town. Declarant may encumber the Property in any other manner consistent with its fiduciary duty, best management practice and/or sound judgment, so long as such encumbrance is not inconsistent with any restrictive covenants contained herein. b) The Property may be conveyed, transferred, sold or otherwise disposed to a third party grantee that is unaffiliated with or unrelated to Declarant provided that prior to any such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property, the Declarant further encumbers the Property by recording a deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land for the benefit of the Town with the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado, burdening the Property to such a third party grantee in a manner that such a third party grantee may only use, convey, transfer, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the Property to or by a qualified applicant for affordable housing, as such qualifications are then in place by either the Aspen/Pitkin County Housing Authority or the Town of Snowmass Village Affordable Housing rules and regulations and such qualified applicant is employed within the territorial limits of the Aspen RE-1 School District. c) In the event the Property is to be conveyed, transferred, sold or otherwise disposed to a third party grantee that is unaffiliated with or unrelated to Declarant and such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property is proposed to be made without recording a deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land for the benefit of the Town with the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado, burdening the Property to such a third party grantee in a manner that such a third party grantee may only convey, transfer, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the Property to an qualified applicant for affordable housing, as such qualifications are then in place by either 2 the Aspen/Pitkin County Housing Authority or the Town of Snowmass Village Affordable Housing rules and regulations and such qualified applicant is employed within the territorial limits of the Aspen RE-1 School District, then such a third party grantee shall not acquire the right to occupy the Property and shall, prior to occupancy of the Property, comply with the then current Snowmass Village Municipal Code requirements and land use approvals necessary to receive a Certificate of Occupancy issued by the Town. 3. Covenant to Run with the Land. These covenants shall run with the land and be binding upon Declarant and its successors, transferees and assigns. The covenant shall also be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Town and be a burden upon the Property. 4. Duration. Each provision contained in these Covenants which is subject to the laws and rules sometimes referred to as the rule against perpetuities or the rule prohibiting unreasonable restraints on alienation shall continue and remain in full force and effect for the period of twenty-one (21) years following the death of the survivor of Samuel J. Dresser and the now living children of said person or until this Agreement is terminated as hereinafter provided, whichever first occurs 5. Modification or Amendment. This Declaration may not be amended or modified by the Declarant without the prior written consent of Town or its successors in interest. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Declarant has executed this Declaration of Covenants on October 2009. ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Charla Belinski, President of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District ATTEST: Laura J. Kornasiewicz, Secretary of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District ACKNOWLEDGMENT PAGE FOLLOWS 3 ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATE OF COLORADO } ss: COUNTY OF PITKIN The foregoing Declaration of Covenants was executed and acknowledged before me by Charla Belinski, as President of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District and attested to by Laura J. Kornasiewicz, Secretary of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District on the day of October, 2009. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. NOTARY PUBLIC My commission expires: 4 LTG Policy No. LTFX62002209 Our Order No. Q62002209 EXHIBIT"A"LEGAL DESCRIPTION LOT 1, PARCEL 6, FILING NO. 1, SNOWMASS CLUB SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED APRIL 23, 1980 IN PLAT BOOK 9 AT PAGE 46. LESS AND EXCEPT THAT PART DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: A PARCEL of LAND SITUATE WITHIN SECTION 1,TOWNSHIP 10 SOUTH, RANGE 86 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN,PITKIN COUNTY COLORADO, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT WHENCE THE WITNESS CORNER TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 85 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN BEARS N. 18 DEGREES 12 MINUTES 07 SECONDS E. A DISTANCE OF 1978.76 FEET, SAID POINT BEING COMMON TO LOT 1 AND 2, PARCEL 6, FILING NO. 1,THE SNOWMASS CLUB SUBDMSION; THENCE S. 00 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 58 SECONDS E. A DISTANCE OF 45.02 FEET,TO THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF OWL CREEK ROAD; THENCE ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY THE FOLLWING 4 COURSES, S. 87 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 12 SECONDS W. A DISTANCE OF 79.05 FEET TO THE POINT OF NON-TANGENT CURVATURE; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE BEING CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH A DISTANCE OF 88.44 FEET, SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL THENCE S. 29 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 40 SECONDS W. 13.80 FEET; ANGLE OF 05 DEGREES 54 MINUTES 06 SECONDS,A RADIUS OF 858.61 FEET, THE CHORD OF WHICH BEARS N. 81 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 57 SECONDS W. A DISTANCE OF 88.40 FEET;THENCE N. 84 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 00 SECONDS W. A DISTANCE OF 55.86 FEET,TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE ALONG THE lARCOFACURVETOTHELEFTADISTANCEOF24.62 FEET, SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 03DEGREES 03 MINUTES 17 SECONDS, A RADIUS OF 461.81 FEET, THE CHORD OF WHICH BEARS N. 85 DEGREES 54 MINUTES 41 SECONDS W. A DISTANCE OF 24.61 FEET;THENCE ALONG THE COMMON LINE OF LOTS 1 AND 2, PARCEL 6,FE.ING NO. 1,THE SNOWMASS CLUB SUBDMSION THE FOLLOWING 2 COURSES, N. 02 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 43 SECONDS E. A DISTANCE OF 25.00 FEET;THENCE N. 89 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 02 SECONDS E. A DISTANCE OF 245.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. COUNTY OF PITKIN, STATE OF COLORADO TO: SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL FROM: RUSS FORREST, TOWN MANAGER SUBJECT: MANAGER'S REPORT DATE: October 19, 2009 Reminder of Special Meeting on October 26, 2009 Council agreed to schedule a special meeting on October 26`" to review of edits on the Comprehensive Plan. Pending Strategic Actions Last Updated — September 24, 2009 Staff Action Status Date to follow-up w/ Contact I I I Council Land Use Comp. Plan Comprehensive Completed sections with edits will be Will be scheduled Team Plan Update forwarded to Council and staff will provide a with Council until memo on a chapter that highlights major approved. Ongoing changes in each chapter prior to it being discussed with the Town Council John Dresser Demolition Council asked that an ordinance be prepared November 2, 2009 to provide a period of time to review demolition permits before demolition of a building occurred. Council agreed that staff should develop language for future PUDs to identify critical integral components of a PUD that must continue to exist over time. In addition, John Wilkinson requested that staff bring back a land mark ordinance for discussion in the future. Jason Tree Ordinance Frame goals and provide alternative November 16, 2009 approaches to tree protection. Staff has several ordinance examples available for Council. Trees on single-family lots are protected through the Snowmass HOA, which does regulate tree removal. Most PUDs in Snowmass have Landscape Plans that provide some level of protection from tree removal. Other Land Use Other Land Use Code Improvements should Code Issues also be considered with the completion of the Comprehensive Plan. Staff would recommend having a work session with Council to review potential code changes. Housing Housing Draw Site/Land On February 17 the Town Council asked that Department Inventory a Land Inventory to identify potential housing sites be completed after the Town completes is June budget review. This project would cost approximately $16,000 based on a proposals from Design Workshop. No funding is currently appropriated for this project. Housing Housing Lottery/ The Housing Committee has received Committee has Department Guidelines direction from Council on housing policy completed it review issues to review. They had an initial of the high priority discussion with Council on July 27`h to the issues identified by discuss lottery process. The Council asked the Town Council that a follow-up discussion be scheduled. Housing Housing Policy The consultant has completed a rational Department nexus study and can begin to work with the November 16, 2009 Town on a new housing policy. The Planning Commission is also reviewing housing goals as part of the Comp. Plan review. Staff will schedule two agenda items based on the input from Council on October 6 (these could be on the same dates) which would be 1) policy discussion to modify the current land use code related to affordable housing; and 2) a review of deed restriction policy. Housing Excise Tax Schedule a work session to discuss the November 16, 2009 Excise Tax and its application Joe C Natural Disasters On 11/3/08 Council asked that staff further November 16, 2009 Terri and Cost evaluate criteria for allowing some costs from Everest) Recovery in Deed property damage incurred by natural disasters Restricted For in deed-restricted homes to be recovered Sale Housing upon the resale of the home. Examples of criteria discussed included: cap on recovery based on a % (percent) value of the home and requirements for comprehensive insurance. Budget/Finance Finance Monitoring Council will begin to consider the 2010 October 19, 2009 Department Revenue budget on October 19th and consider an ordinance on that same date for a final updated budget for 2009 Environment/Sustainability 3rd DRAFT SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING OCTOBER 26; 2009 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Time:120 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Review red-lined version of all Chapters; final review. Comp Plan Team (Russ Forrest, Chris Conrad, Lesley Compagnone, Jason Haber, David Peckler) Page (TAB ) Item No 5: MANAGERS REPORT Time 10 minutes) Russ Forrest Item No.6: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approximately 2 hours excluding items 1-3 and 5- 6) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. 5th DRAFT SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING NOVEMBER 2, 2009 PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE — ITEMS COULD START EARLIER OR LATER THAN THE STATED TIME CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5-minute time limit) Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Item No. 4: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 16, SEREIS OF 2009 Time: 15 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve. Modify or Deny second Reading of Ordinance No. 2, Series 2009 consenting to the improvement for renewable energy. Dylan Hoffman Item No. 5: SECOND READING — ORDINANCE NO. 12, SERIES OF 2009 — AMENDING THE 2009 BUDGET Time: 10 Minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify or deny Second Reading of Ordinance No. 12, Series of 2009. Marianne Rakowski Item No. 6: SECOND READIING -ORDINANCE NO. 15 SERIES OF 2009 -AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED BY THE SHORT TITLE "2009 REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE" Time 15 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny Second Reading of Ordinance No. 14, Series of 2009. Marianne Rakowski/Russ Forrest Item No 7: FIRST READING - ORDINANCE NO. 13, SERIES OF 2009 — AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING DEVELOPMENT ON SLOPES GREATER THAN THIRTY PERCENT (30%) WITHIN LOT 1, RODEO PLACE SUBDIVISION Time: 30 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Discussion and approval with conditions or denial of First Reading. 11-02-09 TC Agenda Page 2 of 2 Chris Conrad Item No . 8: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 11. SERIES OF 2009 STONEBRIDGE CONDOMINIUMS MINOR AMENDMENT TO A FINAL PUD Time: 60 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, modify, or deny the First Reading of Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2009 Chris Conrad Item No. 9: CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 14 , SERIES OF 2009—Snowmass Club Employee Housing: Consideration of a Minor PUD Amendment for a proposed employee housing unit at the Snowmass Club Jim Wahlstrom Item No . 10: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 3, SERIES OF 2009 ADDRESSING HISTORICAL PRESERVATION Time: 30 minutes) ACTION REQUESTED OF COUNCIL: Approve, Modify or Deny Ordinance No. 3, Series of 2009 John Dresser ...............................Page (TAB--) Item No. 11: MANAGER'S REPORT Time: 10 minutes) Russell Forrest.......................... Page (TAB--) Item No. 12: AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Page (TAB--) Item No. 13: APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR: Page (TAB--) Item No. 14: COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Page (TAB--) Item No. 15: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Total time estimated for meeting: Approximately 3 hours excluding items 1-3 and 15 —17) ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, APRIL 20, 2009 Mayor Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council at 4:04 PM. on Monday, April 20, 2009. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, and Markey Butler Arnold Mordkin arrived at 5:00 P.M. STAFF PRESENT: Russ Forrest, Town Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; Jim Wahlstrom, Senior Planner; Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director; Lesley Compagnone, Public Relations; John Dresser, Town Attorney; David Peckler, Transportation Director; Bob Nevins, Town Planner; Terry Everest, Housing Secretary; Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk; and Donna J. Garcia- Spaulding, Deputy Town Cleric PUBLIC PRESENT:Jim D'Agustino, Steve Alldredge, Scott Stenman, Mak Keeling, Grant Melius, Steve Stay, Joe Krabacher, Greg Rulon, Chris Kelly, Greg Woods, and other members of the public interested in today's Agenda items. Item No. 2: PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS There were no Public Non-Agenda Items Item No. 3: COUNCIL UPDATES Ski Season Council Member Butler commented that it was a fabulous ski season and she commended the Town staff for stepping up to the plate by demonstrating excellent customer service. Butler further specifically thanked David Peckler, the Transportation Director and his staff as well as to Aspen Skiing Company (ASC)for doing a fabulous job! 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 2 of 8 Chiara Giammarrusco Council Member Butler honored Chiara Giammarrusco enthusiastic volunteer for many organizations, who felled by cancer April 5, 2009 and others who have moved on to a different place. E.O.T.C. Meeting Council Member Lewis reported that there was an E.O.T.C. meeting last Thursday and was able to extend the free bus service until September 30"'. Council Member Lewis further requested that the Council draft a letter to Board of County Commissioners Member Jack Hatfield regarding his opinion in opposition to this service and explain to him why Council feels that this is appropriate to spend these funds. Council consensus agreed to do so. Council Member Wilkinson noted that "As soon as the voters and citizens of the City of Aspen can agree upon an interim solution where there is a political will for the Town Council in Aspen to mandate that this is going to be an interim solution I will therefore at that point be willing to look at optional funding methods through E.O.T.C. to help fund the interim status. Until then, let's do what works, which is running free buses between Snowmass Village and Aspen." Trails Status Council Member Wilkinson requested an up-date on cleaning the trails. The Public Works Director Hunt Walker stated that the only employee in the Parks & Trails is Pam Mulleavey, who just returned from vacation and she has already been out and about cleaning. Walker stated that he would investigate which trails Mulleavey is working on and report back to Council during the next regular meeting. Police Department Auction Mayor Bill Boineau reported that the Snowmass Village Police Department is having an auction on Wednesday May 6t' in the Town Council Chambers at Noon. They will be auctioning off bikes, skies and winter clothing. Town Clean-up Dav Mayor Bill Boineau reported that the Annual Town Clean-up Day is Friday, May 29th and invited the community at large to get out and support the clean-up efforts in their community. The Mayor stated that everyone will meet at the Recreation Center at 9:00 a.m. and buses will deliver volunteer around the Village. Then there will be a barbeque at 12:00 p.m. at the Rec. Center in appreciation of the volunteers, with fun and games for all ages. This event will take place come rain or shine! Trash Bill Increase Mayor Bill Boineau stated that he received an e-mail from an individual who has only been in the Village for four years regarding the trash bill increase and stated that the Town has implemented a 20% increase for services. Boineau explained 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 3 of 8 that the Town passes along the costs to the community, when the County increases their fees at the dump site. The Public Works Director Hunt Walker stated that he does not operate the Solid Waste Department to make a profit; rather they operate it to break even. T.I.P.S. Certification Class The Mayor reported that the Town Clerk Rhonda B. Coxon and Sergeant Brian Olson will be conducting a T.I.P.S. Certification class for alcohol servers on June 2, 2009 in the Council Chambers from 12:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Participants must pay a $20.00 registration fee no later than May 22, 2009 to hold their R.S.V.P. position. Please call the Clerk's Department at 923-3777 and ask for Rhonda or Donna. Item NoA: DISCUSSION - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLAN Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated that the "Record of Decision" is included in the Town Council Packet regarding the proposed Administrative Modification Regarding Base Village Construction Management Plan (CMP) amendments. Scott Stenman and Dwayne Romero from Related Westpac were present representing the applicant. The applicant and Town Council discussed phasing, roundabout, Wood Road recommendations, Wood Road garage access, fire lane, pedestrian walkways from the Viceroy and next steps. At 5:00 p.m. Council Member Mordkin arrived. Town Council reviewed the entire "Record of Decision" and provided staff with comments and language changes. Item No. 5: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Economic Resource Director Jason Haber presented the first of a series of Construction Updates for the upcoming spring and summer season. He noted that Tim Holiday from the Building Department will serve as the contact for issues related to Construction Management and he can be reached at (970)618- 3118. Haber stated that construction meetings will be held on an as needed basis. Information regarding construction can be found on the Town's web site and by blast emails. Town Council discussed in great length the transit plan for the Viceroy hotel and the Council directed Related Westpac to submit a plan of action to Planning Director Chris Conrad. Item No. 6: COMP PLAN REVIEW-HOUSING CHAPTER 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 4 of 8 Town Manager Russ Forrest stated that at the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on February 16th, 2009 Town Council agreed upon a rough timeline and criteria for reviewing the Update to the Comprehensive Plan. Council will review Chapter 9, Housing and then discuss a revised schedule for reviewing the updates and provide direction to staff. Town Council reviewed the Chapter page by page and made language changes and provided direction to staff. Item No. 8 UPDATE ON RETT FUND & REQUEST FOR FUNDING FOR SUMMER RODEO Public Works Director Hunt Walker stated that the Snowmass Western Heritage Association (SWHA) Board has two requests of Town Council for the long-term future of the Rodeo as well as the 2009 Summer Rodeo. The requests consisted of waiving the $10,000 annual lease fee for the rodeo which is still contained in the 2009 20% hybrid budget and if the Town Council will cover the cost of moving rodeo operations from a location north of the rodeo arena to a site south of the rodeo arena. Tom Yocum and Greg Rulon members of the SWHA board provided a PowerPoint presentation and a map of the current site and the proposed site. Town Council consensus was the relocation was not total fault of the SWHA and the Town should find the money to help with the relocation. There is also concern with the amount of money spent in this area and we should be sure this is the final rendition. Town Council directed staff to find $40,000 from the Town's budget and donate to the SWHA for this Rodeo season. They also noted at the end of the season SWHA should report back to the Council and at that time they will decide if they will waive the $10,000 lease payment. This will be directly related to the success of the Rodeo. Council suggested that the SWHA work with the TOSV Marketing Department on joint marketing for the Rodeo next year. Markey Butler made the motion to approve the authorizing of$40,000, and sign a lease for $10,000 with the option to waive it at the end of the Rodeo season. John Wilkinson seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 5 of 8 At this time the Snowmass Village Town Council went in to Executive Session. Arnold Mordkin made the motion to approve entering into Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402 (4) (b) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45 (c) to specifically for a conference with the Town Attorney for the purpose of receiveing legal advice on a specific legal questions . Reed Lewis seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. Arnold Mordkin made the motion to approve reconvening to the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, April 20th at 2009 Reed Lewis seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. Item No. 7 RODEO PLACE PHASE II AND HOUSING GUIDELINE Town Manager Russ Forrest stated that the Council is requested to review the income restrictions for affordable housing and to respond and/or answer the questions in Section III of the memorandum in the packet beginning on page 44. Town Council provided direction to all the questions presented. Council Member Mordkin recused himself when the questions pertained to this items second topic which was Rodeo Place Housing. Item No. 9 PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 5, SERIES OF 2009 - CONCERNING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT FOR BASE VILLAGE INTERIM BUILDING 7 John Wilkinson made the motion to approve Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2009 0 seconded the motion. Voting Aye: None. Voting Naye: None. 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 6 of 8 Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated this meeting is for the purpose of finalizing the review of the proposed changes in Building 7 related to the proposed interim conditions on the affected site via a Minor PUD Amendment application dated March 5, 2009, in addition to applicant supplements dated March 25, and April 8, 2009, pursuant to Municipal Code Section 16A-5-390, Amendment of Final PUD. He stated Building 7 is proposed on Lot 3 or the original Base Village P.U.D. final Plat, recently re-designated as Lot 3B via a subdivision exemption, and generally situated toward the southeast of the intersection of Wood Road and Lower Carriage Way. Wahlstrom noted that all posting and publishing requirements have been meet and Mayor Boineau opened the Public Hearing at this time. T. Michael Manchester and Scoff Stenman were present on behalf of the applicant and reviewed the changes provided by the applicant based on responses to Town Council requests at first reading of this ordinance. At this time the Town Council reviewed the Ordinance page by page and reviewed the conditions and findings. Mayor Boineau took Public Comment at this time and there being no Public Comment he closed the Public Hearing at this time. Arnold Mordkin made the motion to approve as amended and a roll call vote was taken by the Town Clerk for Second Reading of Ordinance No. 5, Series of 2009. Markey Butler seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 1 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: and Reed Lewis. Item No. 10 PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 04, SERIES OF 2009 - CONCERNING A MINOR PUD AMENDMENT AND OFFICIAL ZONE DISTRICT MAP AMENDMENT REGARDING COUNTRY CLUB TOWNHOMES Reed Lewis made the motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No.4, Series of 2009 at this time the Clerk took a roll call vote. Arnold Mordkin seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 7 of 8 Voting Naye: None. Planner Bob Nevins stated the purpose of tonight's meeting is for Town Council to consider Second Reading of an Ordinance concerning the Country Club Townhomes Minot PUD Amendment and Rezoning application. He stated that all public hearing and public notice requirements have been met by the applicant. Mayor Bill Boineau opened the Public Hearing at this time and there being no Public comment at this time Mayor Boineau closed the Public Hearing. Council Member Wilkinson recused himself from this item. Item No. 11 MANAGER'S REPORT Town Manager Russ Forrest spoke to some items that needed follow up from the from the Pitkin County Commissioners Meeting. The Town Council would like to take a look at maintaining Brush Creek Road. Town Council directed staff to book some extra special meetings to get the Comprehensive Plan reviewed. Item No. 12 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Council Member Mordkin asked that the GID portion be later in the evening instead of 3:00 p.m. as he is unable to attend at that time. Item No. 13 APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES FOR November 17. 2008 AND March 2, 2009 Town Council members reviewed and made language changes to both sets of Minutes. Reed Lewis made the motion to approve the November 17, 2008 Regular Meeting Minutes as amended by Town Council. -1 seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. Markey Butler made the motion to approve the March 2, 2009 Meeting Mintues as amended by Town Council. Reed Lewis seconded the motion. The motion 04-20-09 TC Minutes Page 8 of 8 was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. Item No. 14 COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS There were no Council Comments at this time. Item No. 15 ADJOURNMENT At 10:37 p.m. Mayor Bill Boineau made the motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council. Reed Lewis seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 5 in favor to 0 opposed. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, Markey Butler, Reed Lewis, Mayor Bill Boineau, and John Wilkinson. Voting Naye: None. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk SNOWMASS VILLAGE REGULAR MEETING MINUTES MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:00 P.M. Mayor Boineau called to order the Regular Meeting of Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday, June 15, 2009 at 4:05 p.m. Item No. 1 ROLL CALL COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, and Markey Butler. COUNCIL MEMBERS ABSENT:Arnie Mordkin STAFF PRESENT:Russ Forrest, Town Manager; Hunt Walker, Public Works Director; John Dresser, Town Attorney; Rhonda,B. Coxon, Town Clerk; Jason Haber, Economic Resource Director; Joe Coffey, Housing Manager PUBLIC PRESENT: Madeleine Osberger, LeeAnn Vold, Seth Sachson, Judith Cross, Nancy Nevin, James Ford, Tom Yocum, Bill Fabrocini, Mary Lou Farrell, Rita Farrell, Caroline Gibson, Diane Stine, Austin Coan, James MacEachen, Jerry MacEachen, Catherine Lutz, Sydney Horwitz, Bill Coyan, Kelly Garrett, Randi Bolton, Marion Garrett, Cathy Jandegian, Jeff Jandegian, Annie Seubert, Patrick Seubert, Joe Farrell, Joan Bemis, Robin Riggs, Marty Picket, Randy Woods, Hunter O'Hanian and other members of the Public interested in today's Agenda. Item No. 2 PUBLIC NON-AGENDA ITEMS James Ward and Jacquie Stewart, Snowmass Village residents, asked that the newly appointed Housing committee take a close look the guidelines especially those related to 2 people in a three bedroom. Can you possibly add a layer in the process so the units will not go to Pitkin County as easily? Kay Honigman —Singer, a Snowmass Village Resident, spoke about Base Village and asked if the Town had a lean filed. The Town Manager responded that was not one of 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 2 of 8 the directions of Town Council. She wanted to remind Council that Jim Crown has told us before that he was in it for long haul and we found that not to be true. Tom Yocum, a Snowmass Village Resident, and member of Rotary Club of Snowmass congratulated Markey Butler for completing her year of.President of the Rotary Club of Snowmass. Tom Yocum also noted that the first Rodeo will be held on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. Item No. 3 COUNCIL UPDATES Council Member John Wilkinson noted that the Susan G. Komen Ride for the Cure will start and finish in Snowmass Village and will be held August 21 and 22, 2009. He encouraged participation as it is for an excellent cause. Item No. 4 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE FROM SENATOR GAIL SCHWARTZ Senator Gail Schwartz, a resident of Snowmass Village, provided a legislative update. Issues she discussed included Deed Restricted Employee housing, car registration fees, broadband connectivity, budget cuts and the renewable energy bill which passed: She also touched on Higher Educational and Mental Health Care. Item No. 5 KRABLOONIK DISCUSSION Lee Ann Vold and Bill Fabrocini from Voices for Krabloonik Dogs (VKD)were present today to speak to the current standard of care for the Krabloonik Dogs. Vold reviewed the group's concern with the welfare of Krabloonik Dogs and provided Town Council with background information to date. Due to differences in ideology between Dan MacEachen and both VKD and the Krabloonik Advisory Committee on what is considered humane treatment and proper standard of care of these sled dogs, the VKD is asking for local ordinances regarding tethering and spaying and neutering of the dogs. Bill Fabrocini stated that his goal is to educate the Town Council of the standard of care for these dogs. They feel 5 feet chains for eight months a year is totally inhumane. Sleds dogs are pack animals and thrive on interaction and running in groups. Dan MacEachen the owner and operator of Krabloonik spoke to the VKD agenda items, which included the length of the chains, the current number of dogs, the offer to spay 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 3 of 8 and neuter the animals, watering which occurs twice a day (the skinny dogs get fed twice a days and other dogs once a day). He stated he has visited over 100 kennels and each operation is run differently, he does not claim to be an expert to all sled dogs but noted he is an expert on his dogs. MacEachen stated concern with putting dogs together in pens due to fighting, how to break up the fights and the trust issue with the dogs. If the dogs are put together in pens and they fight they may not work together as a team in the winter. Bruce Harper resident of Garfield County and the race coordinator of the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club spoke to tethering of dogs and he believes an anti-tethering ordinance would have adverse effects on the sled dog community. Randy Goal a resident of Castle Creek and previous resident of Snowmass Village, noted that Stewart Mace turned over the business to MacEachen with the hope that he would maintain a certain level of care for the dogs. In contacting Stewart's daughter Lynn, and asking what she thinks of the Krabloonik situation she stated "it is heart breaking". He asked the Town Council "what would Stewart Mace think" and is this business being on Public Land is it consistent with their vision for the Town of Snowmass Village. Bill Bockstisgel is currently a musher in Snowmass Village and he agrees that tethering the dogs is much better for the dogs than in a pen as they will fight. Joe Farrell a resident of Snowmass Village and the Valley for 35 years spoke to the love and dedication from Dan MacEachen to his dogs. He stated that MacEachen runs the business just as Stewart Mace did. Farrell stated his children have visited the dogs for many years and they are happy well adjusted dogs. Seth Sachson previous musher with Krabloonik and current Director of the Aspen Animal Shelter noted that he has taken in a lot of the retired dogs from Krabloonik. They are in packs of five and they are able to sleep and eat together without fighting. Susan MacEachen Cohen sister of Dan MacEachen stated Dan's dog are his life and he opened the restaurant to support the dogs, not for his gain. She noted there is a difference between a pet and a working dog. Judith Cross stated she works with Dan on some occasions and noted that most visitors find this a unique and extraordinary operation and a lot of what is being talked about today is perception. She stated that Dan is a very generous person and gives more to the community than most people know. Diane Stine a Snowmass Village Resident just wanted to remind everyone that Stewart Mace never took a dog back. 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 4 of 8 Kelly Garret a Snowmass Village resident stated that Krabloonik is a wonderful amenity to the beautiful place we live in and it would be very sad if it was to go away. Mayor Boineau took Town Council Comments at this time. Council Member Butler inquired about the non-profit organization that had been mentioned in the past. Ann Gurchick, from the Friends Aspen Animal Shelter, spoke about the idea of a newly formed non-profit, or the Friends of the Aspen Animal Shelter being involved. She noted that nothing actually happened due to money issues. Council Member Butler spoke about two standards in medical care. She needs more studies and research to be able to make any decision. Council Member Lewis agrees with Council Member Butler's comments and asked how would an ordinance be enforced? He does not like how this issues has divided the town and he does not like be the jury and feels this is not an issue that should be in front of the Town Council. Council Member Wilkinson feels that the state regulates this type of business and we should not be trying to change those regulations. The Department of Agriculture with a entire division to handle these issues and these regulations should be followed and does not feel the Town Council should be regulating at the Municipal level when we have no knowledge of how the business should be run. Mayor Boineau would like to see Dan enhance the lives of the dogs at Krabloonik and he does not feel it is Council consensus to direct staff to put together an ordinance at this time. Mayor Boineau stated that the veterinarians that came to check the dogs said that the dogs are in very good condition. Town Manager Russ Forrest noted that staff put together additional information for the next meeting that includes, a representative from the state, a report from the Advisory Committee, copies of the inspections and suggests that the Town Council do the site inspection before the next meeting. Item No. 6 SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 6. SERIES OF 2009 - AMEND ING THE 2009 BUDGET 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 5 of 8 John Wilkinson made the motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 6, Series of 2009 - Amending the 2009 Budget. A roll call vote was taken at this time. Markey Butler seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin was absent. Voting Aye: Mayor Bill Boineau, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, and Markey Butler. Voting Naye: None. Item No. 7 SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 7 SERIES OF 2009 - EXTENDING THE MORATORIUM Reed Lewis made the motion to approve Second Reading of Ordinance No. 7, Series of 2009 - Extending the Moratorium. A roll call vote was taken at this time. John Wilkinson seconded the motion. The motion was approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin was absent. Voting Aye: Arnold Mordkin, John Wilkinson, Reed Lewis, and Markey Butler. Voting Naye: None. Item No. 8 APPOINTMENT OF HOUSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE Housing Director Joe Coffey stated the Town Council requested him to assemble a new Citizens Housing Advisory Committee to review and discuss some of the current Housing Guidelines. Included in today's packet are four applications from local citizens interested in serving on this committee. Coffey stated he would like to have two members from the previous committee in 2002 and 2003 retained. They would be Robert Goldstein and Rick Griffin. The new applicants are Sally Sparhawk, Drew Detrick, Larry Dempsey and Jessica Granger. Town Manager Russ Forrest stated there is a list of Housing Guideline topics that Staff and the Town Council would like the Housing Advisory Committee to review. Item No. 9 CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING AND DISCUSSION - SNOWMASS CHAPEL At 6:40 p.m. Mayor Boineau opened the continued Public Hearing. Senior Planner Jim Wahlstrom stated the purpose of this meeting would be to follow up 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 6 of 8 on the core issues, concerns or comments expressed by the Town Council or staff at the May 18, 2009 meeting to determine if the applicant or staff has adequately provided supplemental information to the satisfaction if the Council; follow up on any items concerning the Final PUD; review any core issues and determine if additional information or follow-up is desired to adequately review any remaining core issues of the application. On pages 64 through 67 the Town Council, staff and the applicant reviewed and discussed concerns and comments from the Town Council from the May 18th meeting which included, up lighting, construction Management Plan, fencing, Fire District - bridge weight and load capacity, access easements, building efficiency standards,. maintenance building usage, snow melting, employee housing calculation, vesting, transit shelter and Carillons. At 8:36 p.m. Mayor Boineau continued the Public Hearing to next Regular Meeting on July 6th, 2009. Item No. 10 CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING - SNOWMASS CENTER At 8:37 p.m. Mayor Boineau opened the continued Public Hearing and asked for Public Comment at this time, hearing none he accepted the letter of withdrawal from the applicant. At 8:38 p.m. Mayor Boineau closed the Public Hearing. Item No. 11 MANAGER'S REPORT EOTC Retreat Town Manager Russ Forrest noted the EOTC Retreat will be held all day August 6th, 2009 in Snowmass Village. CIVIL Vail Town Manager Russ Forrest stated the Colorado Municipal League is being held this week and Snowmass Village will be represented by the Town Manager, Town Attorney and Town Clerk. Item No. 12 AGENDA FOR NEXT TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Town Manager Russ Forrest noted that the item for the Housing Committee and the Snowmass Chapel will be added to this Agenda. 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 7 of 8 The Town Council asked that three or four Comprehensive Plan Chapters be placed in the packet for the June 27 Special Meeting. Item No. 13 COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMITTEE REPORTS/CALENDARS Mayor Boineau spoke about a letter he received regarding the removal of memorial on Brush Creek road. It is on Town property and CDOT will eventually remove these memorials when they do work on the road. Mayor Boineau would like to do another 360 review for the Town Manager and the Town Attorney. At 8:50 p.m. Mayor Boineau read the Executive Session Language and convened to: Item No. 14 EXECUTIVE SESSION Town Council will now meet in Executive Session pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c), to specifically discuss two items Determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, instructing negotiators pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(e) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(5); and Conferences with an attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pursuant to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(c) and Snowmass Village Municipal Code Section 2-45(c)(2); At 9:13 p.m. Council Member Lewis made a motion to reconvene to the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday June 15, 2009, seconded by Council Member Wilkinson and approved by vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed, Council Member Mordkin was absent. Item No. 15 ADJOURNMENT At 9:14 p.m. Council Member Lewis made a motion to adjourn the Regular Meeting of the Snowmass Village Town Council on Monday June 15, 2009, seconded by Council Member Butler 06-15-09TC Minutes Page 8 of 8 and approved by a vote of 4 in favor to 0 opposed. Council Member Mordkin was absent. Submitted By, Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk MSun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Town Council Special TC Meeting Meeting 4:00 p.m. Budget 8:30 — 3:30 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 EOTC 4:00 p.m. Aspen Council Chambers 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Town Council Meeting 4:00 .m. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Town Halloween Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. Fl Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Town Council Meeting 4:00 p.m. a 1 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 THANKSGIVING Town Hall Offices Closed 29 30 EEO; 94 tL,a TOW OF 5 OWMA S VILLAGE 7 /1 sp cP3 16hf1o7,4e-AAPropeWERNIQMEMBERBER With 30Y.Increase In Marker Value Road Fund 5.0 MILLS 3/4 of add'1 112 ADD'L FAB Rec 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 Town General Fund Levy 0.617 0.461 0.461 0.461 0.461 Road Fund Projects Levy 5.000 5.000 4.680 4.365 4.080 Debt Service(Operations 3.889 2.956 2.956 2.956 2.956 Facility,Droste,Rodeo Levy) REFUND/ABATEMENT 0.003 0.037 0.037 0.037 0.037 Total MITI Levy 9.509 8.454 8.134 7.819 7.534 -All mill levies are subject to change pending final certification from Pitkln Cry. RESIDENTIAL W®15!0riIIZRIFW.COMMERCIAL W®15!0jmIIIZRF,.qE 0011$1!1MIMIV @ 1M1M!V. @I, Residential Commercial 2009 2010 Variance 2009 2010 Variance General Fund $ 49.11 $ 47.70 $ (1.41) General Fund $ 178.93 $ 173.80 $ (5.13) Road Fund $ 398.00 $ 517.40 $ 119.40 Road Fund $ 1,450.00 $ 1,885.00 $ 435.00 Debt Service $ 309.56 $ 305.89 $ (3.67) Debt Service S 1,127.81 $1,114.41 $ (13.40) Refund/Abalem, $0.24 $ 3.83 $ 3.59 Refund/Abatemf $ 0.87 $ 13.95 $ 13.08 TOTAL $ 756.91 $ 874.82 $ 117.91 15.58%TOTAL $ 2,757.61 $3,187.16 $ 429.55 15.58% 314 of ME! 316 01 atltl'1 4,68 mills R.F.. 4.68 mills R.F. ff®1S1MIM!V. @$JMMIM!V. @AJMIM!V$)F3MIM!V I Residential Commercial 2M 2010 Variance 2009 2010 Variance General Fund $ 49.11 $ 47.70 $ (1.41) General Fund $ 178.93 $ 173.80 $ (5.13) Road Fund $ 398.00 S 484.29 S 86.29 Road Fund $ 1,450.00 $1,764.36 $ 314.36 Debt Service $ 309.56 $ 305.89 $ (3.67) Debt Service $ 1,127.81 $1,114.41 $ (13.40) Refund/Abatem. S 0.24 $ 3.8 $ 3.59 Refund/Abatemr S 0.87 $ 13.95 $ 13,08 TOTAL $ 756.91 $ 841.71 S 84.80 11.20^/TOTAL S 2,757.61 S 3,066.52 $ 308.91 11.20% 112 of add'I revenue 112 of atl0'I revenue 4.365 mills R.F d.365 mills R.F t l$JM1MlV=S7!JM1M:V l$7 MIM:V Sif3MlM WWII Residential Commercial 2009 2010 Variance 2009 2010 Variance General Fund S 49.11 S 47.70 S (1.41) General Fund $ 178.93 $ 173.80 $ (5.13) Road Fund $ 398.00 $ 451.69 $ 53.69 Road Fund $ 1,450.00 $1,645.61 $ 195.61 Debt Service S 309.56 S 305.89 $ (3.67) Debt Service S 1,127.81 $1,114.41 $ (13.40) Refund/Abotem- $0,24 $ 3.83 $ 3.59 Refund/Abatemr 0.87 $ 13.95 S 13.08 TOTAL S 756.91 S 809.11 $ 52.20 6.90%TOTAL $ 2,757.61 $2,947.77 S 190.16 6.90% FAB recommendation FAB recommendation 4.08 mills R.E. 4.08 mills R.F,. 190 @I$1Mffljy Q$1l3M1M!V 0 Residential commercial 2009 2010 Variance 2009 2010 Variance General Fund $ 49.11 $ 47.70 $ (1.41) General Fund $ 178.93 $ 173.80 $ (5,13) Road Fund $ 398.00 S 422.20 S 24.20 Road Fund $ 1,450.00 $1,538.16 $ 88.16 Debt Service S 309.56 $ 305.89 $ (3.67) Debt Service $ 1,127.81 $1,114.41 $ (13.40) Refund/Abalem. S 0.24 S 3.83 $ 3.59 Refund/Abatemt $. 0.87 S 13.95 $ 13.08 TOTAL $ 756.91 $ 779,62 $ 22.71 3.00%TOTAL $ 2,757.61 S 2,840.32 $ 82.71 3.00% ROAD FUND-Mill Levy Calculation Assessed Year Valuation Increase(decrease) Increase(decrease) 10 Year Average 1999 222,923,770 2000 279,086,660 $56,162,890 25.19% 2001 282,445,110 $ 3,358,450 1.20% 2002 338,814,130 $56,369,020 19.96% 2003 348,113,370 $ 9,299,240 2.74% 2004 342,709,320 $ 5,404,050) 1.55% 2005 346,214,000 $ 3,504,680 1.02% 2006 369,522,440 $23,308,440 6.73% 2007 373,045,798 $ 3,523,358 0.95% 2008 507,089,270 $ 134,043,472 35.93% 2009 515,189,480 $ 8,100,210 1.60% 9.38% FAB RECOMMENDED 2009 Revenues $2,575,947 9.38% $241,623.83 Additional Revenue 2,817,571 Sept A.V. 690,522,342 A.V. to calculate 690,522.34 Mill Levy Needed 4.080' 2,817,571 Revenue calculated BASED ON CURRENT 5 MILLS Sept A.V. 690,522,342 A.V. to calculate 690,522.34 Mill Levy_ 5.000 3,452,612 $ 876,665 Additional Revenue 3/4 of the 5 mill add'I revenues Sept A.V. 690,522,342 A.V. to calculate 690,522.34 Mill Levy 4.680 3,231,645 $ 655,698 ,Additional Revenue 112 of the 5 mill add'I revenues Sept A.V. 690,522,342 A.V. to calculate 690,522.34 Mill Levy 4.365 3100030 $ 438,183 Additional Revenue 00 9 lbbgloq 1.That Chapter 10 General Offenses shall be amended by adding the following Sections to Article 111 Offenses Against Public Peace, Order and Safety: Sec. 10-43 Assault Prohibited a) It shall be unlawful for any person to strike another person, commit assault upon another person or injure another person. For purposes of this Section, assault shall be defined as the knowing, willful or reckless use of force or violence upon another person. b) It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly,willfully or recklessly strike, use force, violence,or otherwise touch another person with the intent to cause bodily injury or cause bodily injury to such person. UOP S,t 6-y, ff to -16A- 44 bead dlaM,ltw (Ooy October 19, 2009 o6j 1q, aw, Ay P1e14 Town of Snowmass Village Mayor Bill Boineau Members of Town Council: John Wilkinson, Arnie Mordkin, Reed Lewis, Markey Butler Russ Forrest, Town Manager We understand you will be formally approving and adopting the Town's 2010 budget at your next Town Council meeting on October 19th. Further, we've been advised that at your budget meeting on October 7`h a tentative decision was made to take the full 5 Mill Road Fund Property Tax. Consistent with our past advice to Council and other Pitkin County taxing districts, we recommend exercising restraint in light of the economic stresses confronting all full and part-time residents of our community when making decisions concerning the amount of Property Tax for 2010. Most of the taxing districts in Pitkin County appear sympathetic to our concerns and have indicated they will give serious consideration to limiting the amount of Property Tax they take, thus avoiding the "windfall" increase that would otherwise result from property re-valuations as of the height of the speculative real estate market. In consideration of our community's concerns in this regard, the Aspen Valley Hospital Board of Directors met last week and unanimously decided to eliminate any "windfall" increase and adjusted its Mill Levy to collect the same amount it collected in 2009. In our Advisory role we strongly recommend following the advice and recommendation of our Town's Financial Advisory Board that provides a prudent and reasonable formula for determining the Road Fund Mill Levy. By doing so you will eliminate the "windfall" increase which would result from taking the full 5 Mills and still provide additional revenues to be used for "catch up" projects such as tie wall maintenance and replacement and bridge maintenance without causing more hardship on property owners. Respectfully, Part-Time Residents Advisory Board Greer Fox, Chairperson Colleen Doyle Mery Butler John Barrett George Bletsas Victor Rauch Mel Blumenthal tl j3l I!Zq Jk A,940k_ to `AL Ai, Page 1 of 2 Donna Garcia From: Rick Griffin [rick @rickgriffin.net] Sent: Friday, October 16, 2009 11:07 AM To:Donna Garcia; Russell Forrest Subject: FW: Road tax-to be read at Monday's Town Council meeting Donna, If you could distribute to Council and Russ, Fred would appreciate it. I will still be at Council on Monday, and will read this as requested. Thanks for your assistance. Rick Griffin, Broker Off: 1-800-424-4447 Off: 970-923-5800 Cell: 970-379-5800 email: Rick@RickGriffin.net From: fred kucker [mailto:fkucker @ yahoo.com] Sent: Friday, October 16, 2009 9:59 AM To: rick @rickgriffin.net Subject: Fw: Road tax -to be read at Monday's Town Council meeting to be read at monday's Town Council meeting On Fri, 10/16/09, fred kucker <fkucker&ahoo.com> wrote: From: fred kucker <fkucker @yahoo.com> Subject: Road tax -to be read at Monday's Town Council meeting To: rick @rick Date: Friday, October 16, 2009, 9:56 AM Members of the Snowmass Town Council, Unfortunately I am out of town today, otherwise I would make this apeal to you in person. As a member of the Snowmass Financial Advisory Board (FAB) I believe it is my duty to make recommendations to the Town Council that are in the best interest of the residents and second home owners of the Town of Snowmass Village. To that end I, along with other FAB members, unanimously recommended that the Town not take advantage of an unprecedented windfall in Road tax receipts due to an archaic and non-representitive assessment process. Instead we recommended that the Town take a 10 year average of Road tax increases and use that number to set a new, lower millage rate. I understand the Town is contemplating not doing that, and simply let the current millage rate stand, thus taking advantage of an undeserved windfall. If you do that I believe you are doing a significant disservice to the people who elected you. Several months ago I attended a meeting of all the area taxing districts convened by the Snowmass Second Homeowners Ass'n. After listening to all the presentations I made the-following observations. I 10/16/2009 Page 2 of 2 stated that the common theme of all the presentations is that everyone of the taxing districts had needs. I allowed that I, and everyone else in the room, had needs as well. The problem I faced, along with everyone else in the room, is that my house isn't worth what it was a year ago, my assets are not worth what they were a year ago, and my income isn't what it was a year ago. Therefore, I have to forego doing things and spending money on things I would normally do and buy. Again, my belief is that was the status of everyone else in the room. I am not asking you as Council Members to cut back on necessary projects that are normally funded by the Road tax. What I am asking you to do is not take advantage of outrageous windfall generated by the assessment increase. Take a normal and fair increase and learn to live within the means as reflected by such an increase. Failure to do so will further hurt people who are already hurting, and be violative of your duty to serve the best interests of the citizens of this community. Thank you for your consideration of the issues raised in this letter. Fred R. Kucker 10/16/2009 INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT TO ESTABLISH A LAND USE REVIEW PROCESS REGARDING AN EMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT PROPOSED BY THE ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT This INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT ("IGA") is made and entered into this 19th day of October, 2009, (the "Effective Date") by and between the TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE (the "Town"), a Colorado home rule municipality, and the ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, (the "School District") (collectively, the "Parties"). The subject of this agreement is an employee housing development (the Project") to be located on property owned by the School District on Owl Creek Road the "Property") within the Town. RECITALS WHEREAS, the Town and the School District are both political subdivisions of the State of Colorado; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 29-20-105, local governments are authorized and encouraged to cooperate or contract with other units of government; and WHEREAS, the people of the State of Colorado have authorized political subdivisions to cooperate with each other and contract in matters set out in this Agreement through the Colorado Constitution, Article XIV, Section 18(2)(A), Article XX and Article XI, Section 7; and WHEREAS, the Town wishes to ensure compliance insofar as feasible with the adopted plan of the community as reflected in the Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan and the Snowmass Village Municipal Code, specifically Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions and Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards; and WHEREAS, the Town and School District desire to cooperate with respect to managing the physical growth of the Town of Snowmass Village, identifying and mitigating impacts caused by the Project, and giving its elected officials and citizens the opportunity to read, review, discuss, comment and understand the Project; and WHEREAS, a majority of the electors in the Snowmass Village precincts voted to approve additional School District indebtedness for the purpose of providing affordable housing for District Employees in the School District's bond election in November 2008; and I WHEREAS, the School District desires to ensure that the proposed housing for District employees be retained in the School District's inventory as affordable, rental housing for the foreseeable future; and WHEREAS, pursuant to C.R.S. § 22-32-110 and 124, the School District has the authority to acquire land and construct necessary buildings and structures. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions, and agreements made by the parties as set forth herein, the parties agree and contract as follows: ARTICLE I PURPOSE, SCOPE AND TERM 1.1 Purpose. The purposes of this Agreement are: (1) to provide the framework for a coordinated and expedited land use review process specific to and limited to the development of the Project; (2) to ensure insofar as feasible that the plans and procedures undertaken by the School District are supported by the Town Council, the neighbors and the community; (3) to protect the legal rights of the School District to develop property in an expedient manner; (4) to protect the legal rights of the Town to establish an efficient development review process, provide for participation, protect the quality of life, provide for orderly development of the Town, to implement the Comprehensive Plan insofar as feasible; and (5) to promote the interest of the Town in ensuring that the Project conforms to community development standards insofar as feasible. 1.2 Scope. The terms and provisions of this Agreement shall apply only to the Project. 1.3 Term. The term of this Agreement commences on the Effective Date and shall remain in effect through final completion of the Project, unless terminated by either party in accordance with Section 3.1 of this Agreement. ARTICLE II SUBMITTAL ELEMENTS AND REVIEW PROCESS SUBMITTAL ELEMENTS 2.1 Site Plan and Submittal Elements: The School District shall submit to the Town the site plan as currently provided in C.R.S. § 22-32-124 Additionally, the Town and School District agree that the site plan and project submittal shall include the following elements: 2 a) Name, address, telephone number and power of attomey. The applicant's name, address and telephone number. If the applicant is to be represented by an agent, a letter signed by the applicant granting power of attorney to the agent shall be submitted, authorizing the agent to represent the applicant and stating the representative's name, address and phone number. b) Leval description. The legal description and street address, if such exists, of the parcel on which development is proposed. c) Disclosure of ownership. A current certificate from a title insurance company or attorney licensed in the State which shall set forth the names of all owners of property included in the application and shall include a list of all mortgages,judgments, liens, contracts, easements or agreements of record that affect the property. At the Town's option, the holders or owners of such mortgages, judgments, liens, contracts, easements or agreements of record that affect the property may be required to consent to the application before it is acted upon by the Town. d) Written description. A written description of the proposal and an explanation, in written, graphic or model form. e) Vicinity map. An eight and one-half inch by eleven inch 8'/z"x 11") vicinity map locating the subject parcel within the Town. f) Development plan, which shall include the following: 1. General. The property boundaries of the site, title of the proposed development, date of preparation, bar-type or graphic scale, north arrow (designated as true north) and legal description of the property. 2. Proposed development. The plan shall show the proposed dimensions and locations of all buildings, public and private roadways, existing and proposed utility lines and fire hydrants, service areas, emergency vehicle access areas, parking facilities, pedestrian pathways, trails and use areas, common open areas, public open spaces, public transportation facilities, drainage facilities and detention areas, snow storage/removal areas, trash storage areas and other information necessary to allow detailed review of the project design. Existing and proposed contours shall be shown at two-foot intervals, or less. 3. Topography/Height. The site plan showing both existing topography and proposed grading. Plan shall show both the horizontal and vertical location of driveways, parking areas, walkways, stairs, retaining walls and patios relative to Mean Sea Level Elevation (MSLE). A roof plan showing ridge elevations 3 shall be overlaid on the site plan. MSLE roof ridge heights shall be provided. 4. Surrounding structures. The plan shall depict structures and landmarks within three hundred (300) feet of the site, so as to show the relationship of the proposed development to its surroundings. 5. Chart. The preliminary plan shall contain a chart of proposed land uses by acreage, including the percentage of land coverage by each type of use, together with a detailed listing of the following development parameters: a) Dimensions. Proposed square footage and height of buildings. b) Dwelling units. Proposed number of bedrooms; square footage of dwelling units by type of unit; proposed number of dwelling units per acre. c) Floor area. Proposed maximum allowable floor area FAR). d) Parking. Proposed number of parking spaces. e) Open space. Proposed amount of open space. g) Architectural Elevations. Elevations at a vertical scale of not less than one-eighth inch equals one foot ('/8"= 1') or larger of all significant facades of the proposed buildings. Building elevations shall be of sufficient detail to indicate building openings, alternate materials proposed for the roof and exterior of the buildings, decks and other architectural features of the buildings, including chimneys and mechanical areas and features affecting the roof lines of all proposed buildings. h) Architectural Floor plans. Proposed floor plans drawn at a scale of one-eighth inch equals one foot ('/8" = P) or larger of all floors of the proposed buildings showing all living, sleeping, cooking, bathroom, and storage areas. Typical floor plans with a floor layout plan may be substituted. i) Landscape plan. A general landscape plan, depicting the type, amount, size, species and location of all plant materials. The plan shall show the location of all existing trees with a trunk circumference of fourteen (14) inches or more measured four and one-half (4'/z) feet above the ground and shall indicate which trees are proposed to be removed. Where large groves of trees are to remain undisturbed, single trees need not be located. 0) Solid waste disposal plan. A proposed solid waste disposal plan, including the anticipated volume (cubic yards) of solid waste that will be generated by the development, proposed trash container size and location of said facilities. k) Water supply and sewage disposal. The applicant shall obtain from the Snowmass Water and Sanitation District a confirmation that, based upon the data submitted for this review, the District be able to provide service for the project as 4 proposed. 1) Clearing, grading and drainage plans. A report identifying plans for clearing, grading and drainage including: 1. Limits of clearing. The location and defined limits of all clearing and/or removal of vegetation cover. 2. Grading plan. Existing and proposed grades at a contour interval of two (2) feet or less, based on field survey controls, including location with proposed grades and elevations for all buildings, roads, walks, storm sewers and other drainage structures and devices, retaining walls and other landscape features. The plan shall provide designs for sediment control devices to be employed, including specifications of how graded areas will be stabilized and re-vegetated after construction is completed. m) Transportation impact anal. The TIA report will be based upon the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004, a copy which was forwarded by the Town Engineer to the School District for use by reference. The applicant shall submit the following information in a manner that reasonably permits the Town to evaluate the impacts of the proposed development: 1. Daily traffic counts, All total daily traffic counts shall be actual machine counts and not based on factored peak hour sampling. All traffic counts will be based upon the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 2. Trip generation rates: The applicant shall use a 5.0 vehicle trips/dwelling generation rate to calculate the development's impact on the Town road network. The Planning Director may, upon request by the applicant, accept different trip generation rates than that, considering whether any special transit features are planned for the development, or if there are unusual land use, occupancy or other features of the development. 3. Existing conditions. The report shall be based upon the Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 4. Anticipated ridership. A determination of the anticipated public transportation ridership, using data supplied by the Town's Transportation Department for similar projects with the Town. 5. Trip generation and design hour volumes. A summary table shall be provided listing each type of land use, the number of units or the amount of nonresidential square footage involved, the average trip generation for each use (total daily traffic and a.m. and p.m. peaks) and the resultant total 5 trips generated. 6. Trip distribution. The direction of approach for site-generated traffic shall be presented in the report. The technical analysis steps, basic methods and assumptions used shall be clearly stated. 7. Trip assignments. Internal trips shall not exceed ten percent 10%) without analytical support to demonstrate how the larger figures were determined. Non-generated passerby traffic reductions in generation volumes may be considered if applicable. 8. Existing and projected traffic volumes. The report shall include the following illustrations: a) Peak hour traffic. Illustrations of current a.m. and p.m. peak hour site traffic (in and out), including turning movements. b) Future peak hour traffic. Illustrations of future a.m. and p.m. peak hour site traffic (in and out), including turning movements for current conditions and future buildout of the project in comparison with the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004., c) Not applicable 9. Capacity analysis. The report shall include a comparison of the site in order to identify the incremental impacts to all public street intersections impacted by the proposed development and for the private property identified in the "Snowmass Base Village and Outlying Parcels" Transportation Analysis and Parking Management Strategy report dated March 2004. 10. Conclusions. The report shall contain a clear and concise executive summary, describing the study's findings, including any incremental impact over the current use. If the analysis indicates an incremental impact on the levels of service, a description of possible improvements shall be included in the executive summary. n) Geologic report. A report evaluating geologic and soils conditions, including: 1. Potential geologic hazards. A site specific analysis of the geologic characteristics on, or in the vicinity of, the site that could have a significant impact on the proposed development shall be conducted. It shall be prepared by a geologist or engineer who is qualified to map and evaluate geologic hazards and to assess their potential impacts on the development. It shall discuss any recent activity associated with the geologic hazards and shall provide an expert opinion as to the degree of severity of the potential geologic hazards. It shall also include recommendations as to how the 6 development will avoid or mitigate any dangers posed to life or property from these hazards. 2. Soils study. A study prepared by a qualified professional describing existing surface and sub-surface soil characteristics on the site, and evaluating the suitability of such soils for the planned construction. o) Construction management plan. A detailed construction management plan describing development phasing, construction schedules and measures for mitigating impacts associated with all aspects of the project. 2.2 Declaration of Covenants. The School District shall, upon approval of this Agreement by both parties, deliver to an escrow agent to be agreed upon by the School District and the Town a fully executed and acknowledged original of the Declaration of Covenants attached as Exhibit "A" hereto. In the event the parties cannot agree upon an escrow agent, the School District will deliver the fully executed and acknowledged original of the Declaration of Covenants to Stewart Title Company of Aspen, Colorado to act as escrow agent. The parties agree that the escrow agent will be instructed to release the Declaration of Covenants to the School District on a date that is six months from the date that this Agreement is executed by both parties, unless prior to that date the escrow agent receives written notification from the School District that (i) it has received all necessary permits and approvals for the Project from the State of Colorado, in which case the escrow agent will release the Declaration of Covenants to the Town for recording; or (ii) the State has failed or refused to grant approval for the Project in which case the Declaration of Covenants will be released to the School District and shall have no further force or effect. REVIEW PROCESS 2.3 Public Notification. A notice and display ad will be published in the Snowmass Sun the cost of which will be shared equally by the Town and the School District, generally describing the development proposal and providing a meeting schedule. The notice and display ad will run in the editions published October 14, 21, and 28, 2009. 2.4 Planning Commission. Provided the submittal elements contained herein are timely satisfied, on October 21, 2009, the Planning Commission will review the School District's submittal package, hear testimony and provide comments and direction to Town staff regarding their recommendations and concerns. The Town staff agrees to provide a written summary of the Planning Commission's comments or a copy of any Resolution adopted by the Planning Commission to the School District by October 23, 2009. 2.5 Planning Commission Report to Town Council. The Planning . Commission will transmit a written summary of the Planning Commission's comments or a copy of any Resolution adopted by the Planning Commission to the Town Council for 7 consideration by the Town Council during the October 26, 2009 Town Council meeting. The Town Council will then conduct a hearing to hear testimony and review the development submittal. A resolution may be adopted by the Town Council to adopt any findings and make recommendations. The Town Council may continue the review to the Town Council meeting on November 2, 2009 to further hear testimony, resolve any requests for additional information and adopt a resolution. Any duly adopted resolution of the Town Council, regardless of the date adopted, will be provided to the School District no later than November 10, 2009. 2.6 Joint Meeting of the Town Council and the School District Board. The Town Council and the School District Board shall meet on November 16, 2009 as part of the regularly scheduled Town Council meeting to discuss any findings or recommendations contained in the resolution of the Town Council that the School District has given written notice to the Town that the School District will not incorporate into the project in an effort to resolve such issues; provided, however, that such informal discussions shall not modify or extend the time periods or procedures established by C.R.S. 22-32-124. In the event all the comments and recommendations contained in the resolution of the Town Council will be incorporated into the Project, the School District shall give written notice advising the Town accordingly and the Joint Meeting shall be cancelled. ARTICLE III MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 3.1 Termination. This Agreement may be terminated by either party for any material breach that has not been cured as provided herein. The party alleged to be in breach of the Agreement shall first be given a reasonable opportunity to cure the breach after receiving notice stating the substance of the breach from the other party. For purposes of this section, reasonable opportunity to cure shall mean cure within fifteen 15) days of the effective date of such notice. 3.2 Amendments. This Agreement may be amended only by mutual agreement of the parties and shall be evidenced by a written instrument authorized and executed with the same formality as accorded this Agreement. 3.3 Notices. Any notice required by this Agreement shall be in writing. If such notice is hand delivered or personally served, it shall be effective immediately upon such delivery or service. 3.4 Governing Law. This Agreement and the rights and obligations of the parties hereto shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado. 3.5. Severability. If this Agreement, or any portion of it, is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be 8 deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of the Agreement. 3.6 No Implied Representations. No representations, warranties, or certifications, express or implied, shall exist as between the parties, except as specifically stated in this Agreement 3.7 No Third Party Beneficiaries. None of the terms conditions, or covenants in this Agreement shall give or allow any claim, benefit, or right of action by any third person not a party hereto. Any person other than the Town or the School District receiving services or benefits under this Agreement shall be only an incidental beneficiary. 3.8 Integrated Agreement and Amendments. This Agreement is an integration of the entire understanding of the parties with respect to the matters stated herein. 3.9 Approvals. Each party represents and warrants to the other that this Agreement has been duly approved in accordance with the law and the applicable procedures of each party, and that no further action is necessary to make this Agreement binding upon them. The persons whose signatures appear below are the duly authorized representatives of each party, empowered to bind their respective parties to the terms hereof. 3.10 Supremacy. Neither the Town nor the School District concedes supervening authority of the other over any matter. The Town acknowledges the existence of C.R.S. § 22-32-110(1)(b) and 124 and that. the proposed project will be located within the territorial limits of the School District. The School District acknowledges that the Town is a Colorado home rule municipality, the existence of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code and the proposed project will be located within the territorial limits of the Town. 3.11 Covenant Not to Sue. Both parties agree that by entering into this Agreement and so long as this Agreement is in effect, neither party will commence litigation or other adversarial proceedings against the other concerning the Project. 3.12 Time Limits. Except for provisions in Section 2.1 related to notice or otherwise required by statute, any failure of either party to give notice or take action within the time limits specified herein shall not affect that party's right to undertake whatever action it is otherwise authorized by law to take. 3.13 Utility Costs. The School District shall be responsible for payment of applicable utility fees and charges associated with the construction or expansion of new residential buildings. 3.14 Review Pees. The School District shall not be required to pay, directly or indirectly, any of the other usual Town fees for plan processing, plan review, plat review, 9 plat application, annexation application or processing, building permit, service expansion fees or any Town tax on building materials incorporated into construction projects, excepting the School District shall be responsible for fees charged by consultants not employed by the Town but rather engaged by the Town for this specific land use review process in an amount not to exceed $2,500.00. 3.15 Dispute Resolution. In the event any dispute arises between the parties concerning the interpretation, implementation or application of this Agreement that cannot be resolved between the School District's Land Use Planner and the Town's Director of Planning or designee, either party may then submit such dispute to the Superintendent of the School District and Town Manager. This dispute resolution process shall not suspend or otherwise affect the other time lines in this Agreement or as provided by law nor be a condition precedent to either party timely exercising any rights. EFFECTIVE AS OF THE DAY AND YEAR FIRST WRITTEN ABOVE. ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT ASPEN, COLORADO By: Charla Belinski President, Board of Education ATTEST: Laura J. Komasiewicz Secretary, Board of Education TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO By: Russell W. Forrest, Town Manager 10 ATTEST: Rhonda B. Coxon, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: John C. Dresser, Jr., Town Attorney 4851-3554-6884,v. I 11 DECLARATION OF COVENANTS THIS DECLARATION OF COVENANTS is made by the Aspen RE-1 School District, a Colorado school district, whose address is 0235 High School Road, Aspen, Colorado 81611, hereinafter referred to as the "Declarant," for the benefit of the Town of Snowmass Village, a Colorado home rule municipal corporation, whose address is Post Office Box 5010, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615, hereinafter referred to as the Town." WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, Declarant is the owner of certain real property situate in the Town of Snowmass Village, County of Pitkin, State of Colorado, to wit: See Legal Description in Exhibit "A"which is attached hereto and made a part hereof' commonly referred to as 5131 Owl Creek Road, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615, and hereinafter referred to as the "Property"; and WHEREAS, a residential housing project, hereinafter the "Project", is proposed to be located and constructed on the Property; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the Declarant to preserve its flexibility in the management of its assets in compliance with its fiduciary duty to the taxpayers of the School District; and WHEREAS, the Declarant desires to maintain its ability to use best management practices and sound judgment in the management of the Project; and WHEREAS, the Declarant desires to encumber the Property with restrictive covenants for the benefit of the Town on the terms and conditions as hereinafter set forth. NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the adequacy and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, Declarant hereby declares, restricts and encumbers the Property by the establishment of the following restrictive covenants that will run with the land for the benefit of the Town, in perpetuity, restricting the use and enjoyment of the Property, as follows: 1. Ownership of Property. For so long as the Property is owned in fee simple by the Declarant, the Declarant may use the Property for any school district purpose permitted by Colorado law, specifically including, but not limited to, providing housing for Declarant's teachers and other employees, either as rental units, or as individually owned condominium units, subject to deed restrictions between the Declarant and such individual condominium unit owner, as described below. Such deed restrictions may not be released by the Declarant without the written consent of the Town. If such written consent is not given by the Town, any subsequent conveyance, transfer or sale of an individually owned 1 condominium unit must proceed pursuant to Section 2(b) of this Declaration of Covenants. 2. Conveyance of Property. In the event Declarant determines, pursuant to its fiduciary duty, best management practice and/or sound judgment, to convey, transfer, sell or otherwise dispose (which shall include long-term lease defined as longer than 3 years) of the Property or of individual condominium units on the Property, the Declarant shall comply with the following restrictive covenants prior to such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property: a) In the event the individual condominium units on the Property are to be conveyed, transferred, sold or otherwise disposed to a teacher or other employee of the Declarant, prior to such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition, Declarant shall further restrict the individual condominium unit, by recording a deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land for the benefit of the Declarant with the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado and burdening the individual condominium unit to such a grantee, that such grantee may only convey, transfer, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the individual condominium unit to the Declarant, to another teacher or to another employee of Declarant, in the Declarant's discretion. Such deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land, once recorded, may not be released by the Declarant without the written consent of the Town. If such written consent is not given by the Town, any subsequent conveyance, transfer or sale of an individual condominium unit must proceed pursuant to Section 2(b) of this Declaration of Covenants. Further, Declarant may reserve unto itself a right of first refusal to purchase the individual condominium unit from such a grantee in the event such a grantee desires to sell the same. Declarant may, but shall not be obligated to grant a secondary right of first refusal to purchase the individual condominium unit to the Town. Declarant may encumber the Property in any other manner consistent with its fiduciary duty, best management practice and/or sound judgment, so long as such encumbrance is not inconsistent with any restrictive covenants contained herein. b) The Property, or any individual condominium units, may be conveyed, transferred, sold or otherwise disposed to a third party grantee that is unaffiliated with or unrelated to Declarant provided that either: i) prior to any such conveyance, transfer, sale or other disposition of the Property or any individual condominium units, the Declarant further encumbers the Property or such individual condominium units by recording a deed restriction or covenant that runs with the land for the benefit of the Town with the Clerk and 2 Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado; burdening the Property or such individual condominium units to such a third party grantee in a manner that such a third party grantee may only use, convey, transfer, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the Property or such individual condominium units to or by a qualified applicant for affordable housing, as such qualifications are then in place by either the Aspen/Pitkin County Housing Authority or the Town of Snowmass Village Affordable Housing rules and regulations and such qualified applicant is employed within the territorial limits of the Aspen RE-1 School District; or, ii) such a third party grantee shall not acquire the right to occupy the Property or any individual condominium units, and shall, prior to occupancy of the same, comply with the then current Snowmass Village Municipal Code requirements and land use approvals required by the Town for the then current use or any proposed use of the Property. 3. Covenant to Run with the Land. These covenants shall run with the land and be binding upon Declarant and its successors, transferees and assigns. The covenant shall also be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Town and be a burden upon the Property. 4. ,Duration. Each provision contained in these Covenants which is subject to the laws and rules sometimes referred to as the rule against perpetuities or the rule prohibiting unreasonable restraints on alienation shall continue and remain in full force and effect for the period of twenty-one (21) years following the death of the survivor of Samuel J. Dresser and the now living children of said person or until this Agreement is terminated as hereinafter provided, whichever first occurs 5. Modification or Amendment. This Declaration may not be amended or modified by the Declarant without the prior written consent of Town or its successors in interest. SIGNATURE and ACKNOWLEDGMENT PAGE FOLLOWS IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Declarant has executed this Declaration of Covenants on October 2009. 3 ASPEN RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Charla Belinski, President of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District ATTEST: Laura J. Kornasiewicz, Secretary of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District ACKNOWLEDGMENT STATE OF COLORADO } ss: COUNTY OF PITKIN The foregoing Declaration of Covenants was executed and acknowledged before me by Charla Belinski, as President of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District and attested to by Laura J. Kornasiewicz, Secretary of the Board of Education for the Aspen RE-1 School District on the_day of October, 2009. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL. NOTARY PUBLIC My commission expires: 4